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    DCN Wireless Installation and User Instructions Wireless discussion system...

  • Page 3: Important Safeguards

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Important Safeguards en | 3 Important Safeguards Before you install or operate the DCN Wireless digital congress network, you must read the Important Safety Instructions. The Important Safety Instructions are supplied together with the central control unit.

  • Page 4: Disclaimers

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Disclaimers en | 4 Disclaimers CobraNet is a trademark of Peak Audio — a division of Cirrus Logic, Inc. — in the United States and/or other countries. Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

  • Page 5: About This Manual

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | About this manual en | 5 About this manual Signs The Installation and User Instructions shows each admonition with a sign. The sign shows the effect if you Function do not obey the instruction.

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | About this manual en | 6 Electro-static discharges Conversion tables Electro-static discharges can damage electric Length, mass and temperature are in SI units. Refer to components. You must take measures to prevent the data below to change SI units to imperial units.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Table of Contents en | 7 Table of Contents Important Safeguards ..............................3 Disclaimers ..................................4 About this manual .................................5 Table of Contents ................................7 Section 1 - System Design and Planning......................11 1. Wireless network design ................................12 Introduction ....................................

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Table of Contents en | 8 10. DCN-WCCU Wireless Central Control Unit ......................... 32 10.1 Introduction .................................... 32 10.2 Controls, connectors and indicators ..........................32 10.3 Internal settings ..................................33 10.4 Installation ....................................37 10.5 External connections ................................

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Table of Contents en | 9 16.4 Installation ....................................88 16.5 Operation ....................................88 17. DCN-WCH05 Battery Charger ..............................89 17.1 Introduction .................................... 89 17.2 Controls, connectors and indicators ..........................89 17.3 Installation ....................................90 17.4 External connections ................................

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Table of Contents en | 10 Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

  • Page 11: Section 1 - System Design And Planning

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 11 Section 1 - System Design and Planning Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

  • Page 12: Wireless Network Design

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 12 Wireless network design Wireless discussion units that have software version 2.35 or higher have improved signaling and behavior with respect to subscription and connection, which is more in 1.

  • Page 13: Frequency Band

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 13 Frequency band 1.3.1 802.11g specification The wireless network is based on the 802.11g specification for WiFi technology. Devices that comply to the 802.11g specification operate in frequency bands between 2.4000 and 2.4835 GHz.

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 14 figure 1. 1 : WLAN channels figure 1.2: DCN wireless carriers figure 1.3: Example of interference Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

  • Page 15: Dcn Design

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 15 DCN design 2. 1 Introduction The DCN Wireless has three parts: the wireless network, the DCN, and the optical network. This chapter tells how to design the DCN.

  • Page 16: Optical Network Design

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 16 Optical network design Control capacity Each device in the optical network has a number of nodes (refer to table 3.1). The maximum number of 3. 1 Introduction nodes in the optical network is 63.

  • Page 17: Cabling

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 17 3.5.3 Power supply 3.5.4 Overload indication The CCU supplies power for: Each optical network socket of the central control unit • the optical network, and has a red LED that comes on to show that there is a •...

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 18 3.6.3 Optical fiber length 3.6.5 Maximum cable length Because of optical attenuation, the maximum length of The maximum cable length (LBB4416 and GOF) of the optical network cables (LBB4416) is 50 m.

  • Page 19: Example Layouts

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 19 3.6.6 Bending The minimum bend radius of a 90 degree bend in an LBB4416 cable is 110 mm (refer to figure 3.3). A 180 degree bend is the same as two 90 degree bends.

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 20 3.7.2 Basic optical network 3.7.4 Redundant cables Refer to figure 3.5 for an example of a basic optical The example of the extended optical network (refer to network.

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 21 3.7.5 Tap-offs The network splitter (LBB4410/00) lets you make tap-offs (refer to figure 3.8 for an example). Tap-offs cannot be redundant. If the cable between the network...

  • Page 22: Camera Control

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 22 Camera control Infra-red wireless language distribution 4. 1 Introduction The central control unit can automatically point video You can connect the system to an Integrus digital infra-red language distribution system.

  • Page 23: Cobranet

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 23 CobraNet User set-up CobraNet is a standard for the transport of real-time 7. 1 Public areas and walkways digital audio and control data through an Ethernet network.

  • Page 24: Device Set-up

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 24 Device set-up Ventilation Keep a good airflow. Airflow holes are in the front, right and left sides of all 19-inch devices (for example, the 8. 1 General central control unit and the audio expander).

  • Page 25: Acoustic Feedback

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 25 Acoustic feedback Acoustic feedback (‘howling’) occurs when the sound of the loudspeakers or headphones in the system is sent to the system again by activated microphones.

  • Page 26: Technical Data

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 26 Technical data 9. 1 System electrical and electro-acoustic characteristics 9.1.1 General table 9. 1 : Electro-acoustic characteristics Nominal input level: 85 dB SPL Maximum input level:...

  • Page 27: Environmental Conditions

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 27 9.1.3 Combined devices from input to • Interpreter microphone with transmission link to output interpreter headphones • Delegate microphone with transmission link to • Interpreter microphone with transmission link to...

  • Page 28: Electro-magnetic Compatibility

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 28 Electro-magnetic compatibility table 9.5: Electromagnetic compatibility EMC compatibility: According EMC Directive 2004/108/EC European approvals: CE marking EMC environment: for commercial or professional use EMC emission: According harmonized standard EN 55103-1 (E3) (prof.

  • Page 29: Miscellaneous

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 29 Miscellaneous table 9.7: Miscellaneous Basic standard ESD: According EN 61000-4-2. Contact discharge: 4 kV and air discharge: 8 kV Basic standard mains harmonics and voltage fluctuations, flicker:...

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 30 Intentionally left blank. Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

  • Page 31: Section 2 - Central Devices

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 31 Section 2 - Central Devices Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

  • Page 32: Dcn-wccu Wireless Central Control Unit

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 32 DCN-WCCU Wireless 10.2 Controls, connectors and indicators Central Control Unit 10.2.1 Front view The front of the central control unit (refer to figure 10.1) 10. 1 Introduction...

  • Page 33: Internal Settings

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 33 10.3 Internal settings 10.2.2 Rear view The rear of the central control unit (refer to figure 10.1) 10.3.1 Overview contains: 5 RS232 ports - Connects a PC, remote controllers or...

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 34 17 16 S600 B601 S601 B602 B604 X605 X600 X103 G600 B1000 F100 X1001 X1000 S800 S1000 S500 X155 X104 figure 10.2: Internal settings Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 35 10.3.2 S600 switches table 10. 1 : S600 switches (* = default) Switch Position Description S600-1 Reserved. Do not change the position of this switch. S600-2 Reserved. Do not change the position of this switch.

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 36 10.3.4 Internal back-up battery 10.3.5 Watchdog Use the X600 jumper block to connect and disconnect Use the X605 jumper to enable or disable the watchdog the internal back-up battery of the central control unit of the central control unit (refer to table 10.5).

  • Page 37: Installation

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 37 10.4 Installation 10.5 External connections Install the central control unit in a 19-inch rack system 10.5.1 Power supply or on a flat surface. Four feet and two brackets are...

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    10. 1 1: Optical network connections figure 10.5: DCN Number of connections: 2x proprietary sockets Each DCN socket has a red LED that comes on if there Location: is an overload (refer to figure 10.5 and 3.5.4). Rear side Nodes: table 10.

  • Page 39: Audio Inputs

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 39 10.5.4 Headphones 10.5.5 Audio inputs You can connect headphones to the headphones socket You can connect an external analog audio source to the of the central control unit. The headphones must have a audio inputs of the central control unit.

  • Page 40: Audio Outputs

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 40 10.5.6 Audio outputs You can select the procedure that is used to send audio signals through the central control unit with the audio You can connect an audio recording device or a public routing modes (refer to 10.6.8).

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 41 10.5.7 Fault contact You can select the procedure that is used to send audio signals through the central control unit with the Use the fault contact to send the condition of the central available audio routing modes (refer to 10.6.8).

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 42 10.5.8 RS232 ports You can connect a PC, remote controllers or video cameras to the RS232 ports of the central control unit (refer to the DCN Next Generation Installation and User Instructions).

  • Page 43: Configuration Menu

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 43 10.6 Configuration menu 10.6.1 Overview Use the configuration menu of the central control unit to configure the central control unit and the system (refer to figure 10.12).

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 44 10.6.2 Navigation and operation 10.6.2.6 To open the main menu To open the main menu, push the knob in the Main 10.6.2. 1 Menu items The configuration menu consists of menu items. Refer menu item.

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 45 10.6.2. 1 1 To select a parameter 10.6.2. 1 6 Example 1 Open the correct menu item (refer to 10.6.2.10). For an example, do as follows to select the carrier of the...

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 46 6 Turn the knob clockwise until 4Kd WAP is reached. To return to the main menu: 1 Turn the knob to move the cursor to the main menu number, for example 4.

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 47 10.6.3 Main 10.6.4 Fault status When you start the central control unit, the display first Use the 1 Fault Status menu item to see the condition shows Starting. The display then shows the Main menu messages of the central control unit.

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 48 10.6.5 Monitoring Use the 2 Monitoring menu item to open the Monitoring sub-menu (refer to table 10.22). table 10.22: Monitoring sub-menu (* = default) Menu item Parameter...

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 49 10.6.7 DCN-WAP Enquiry Use the 3B WAP menu item to open the WAP sub-menu. The menu items in this sub-menu give general data about the wireless access point (refer to table 10.23).

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 50 10.6.8 Setup Use the 4 Setup menu item to open the Setup sub-menu. You can use the menu items in this sub-menu to configure the central control unit and the system (refer to table 10.25 and table 10.26).

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 51 table 10.26: Setup sub-menu (* = default) Menu item Parameter Value Description 4I Floor Distr. On*, Off Enables or disables floor distribution (refer to 12.9). 4J Intercom ...

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 52 10.6.10 Intercom Use the menu items in the 4J Intercom sub-menu to identify the location of the chairman and the operator (refer to table 10.28 and 12.10).

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 53 10.6.12 De-init Use the 4L De-initialize menu item in the 4L De-Init sub-menu to erase the addresses of the contribution devices and the interpretation devices (refer to table 10.30 and 12.2).

  • Page 54: Dcn-wap Wireless Access Point

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 54 DCN-WAP Wireless 11.3 Controls, connectors and indicators Access Point The wireless access point contains: 1 Status LEDs - Give information about the condition of the wireless network and the wireless 11.

  • Page 55: Installation

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 55 11.4 Installation 11.4.2 Wall or ceiling You can use the bracket to attach the wireless access 11.4.1 General point to a wall or ceiling. Refer to figure 11.2.

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 56 11.4.3 Tripod 11.4.4 Logo You can use the bracket to install the wireless access You can change the orientation of the logo. Refer to point on an LBC1259/00 Universal Floor-stand. Refer figure 11.4:...

  • Page 57: External Connections

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 57 11.5 External connections 11.6 Configuration 11.5.1 Optical network 11.6.1 Introduction Connect the optical network sockets of the wireless Use the configuration menu of the central control unit to access point to the optical network with optical network configure the wireless access point.

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 58 11.6.3 Carrier 11.6.4 Power value Set the carrier of the wireless access point with the The wireless access point has a typical maximum 4Kd WAP menu item. Adjacent systems must have coverage area of 30 m by 30 m.

  • Page 59: Operation

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 59 11.7 Operation The LEDs on the wireless access point give information about the condition of the wireless network and the wireless access point (refer to figure 11.8 and table 11.4).

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 60 table 11.4: Status LEDs Blue (A) Red (B) Blue (C) Description Flashing (fast) The wireless mode is set to On (refer to table 10.25), and no wireless contribution devices are connected to the system.

  • Page 61: System Configuration

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 61 System configuration 2 Set the value of the parameter in the menu item to Wired. The addresses of all active devices in the DCN are erased. All LEDs on all active devices in 12.

  • Page 62: Wireless Modes

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 62 12.3.4 Off 7 Push the microphone button of each wireless device. When the central control unit gives a subscription to If you set the wireless mode to Off, the wireless network the wireless discussion unit, the LED around the is deactivated.

  • Page 63: Microphone Modes

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 63 12.4 Microphone modes 12.4.3 Override In the Override mode, delegates can activate their 12.4.1 Introduction microphones with the microphone button on their Select the microphone mode with the 4C Mic. Mode contribution device.

  • Page 64: Repetition Rate

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 64 12.5 Repetition rate 12.6.2 Recorder When other wireless networks cause interference, the In the Recorder mode, audio output 2 of the central audio quality can decrease. In some cases, you can...

  • Page 65

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 65 12.6.3 Equalized PA 12.6.4 Insertion In the Equalized PA mode, audio output 2 of the central In the Insertion mode, audio output 2 and audio input 2...

  • Page 66: Attention Chimes

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 66 12.7 Attention chimes 12.6.5 Mix-minus In the Mix-minus mode, audio output 2 and audio input The central control unit can play an attention chime 2 of the central control unit are used to connect 2 when the chairman: systems (refer to figure 12.4).

  • Page 67: 12. 1 0 Intercom

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Central Devices en | 67 12. 1 0 Intercom 12.10.3 Location of the chairman To identify the location of the chairman: 1 Go to the 4Jb Assign menu item of the configuration menu of the central control unit.

  • Page 68: System Operation

    Off. All wireless discussion units are deactivated. 3 Push the on/off switch of the central control unit. Do as follows: The display goes off. All devices in the DCN and the 1 Push the on/off switch on the central control unit. optical network are deactivated.

  • Page 69: Section 3 - Contribution Devices

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 69 Section 3 - Contribution Devices Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

  • Page 70: Dcn-wdu Wireless Discussion Units

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 70 DCN-WDU Wireless Discussion Units Notee You can change the type of language abbreviation with menu e of the installation 14. 1 Introduction menu of the interpreter desk (refer to Section...

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 71 DCN-WD DCN-WDD DCN-WDV figure 14. 1 : Top views (1) Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 72 DCN-DISDCS DCN-DISCS DCN-DISVCS figure 14.2: Top views (2) Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 73 figure 14.5: Bottom view (2) figure 14.3: Side views figure 14.6: Rear view figure 14.4: Bottom view (1) Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

  • Page 74: Internal Settings

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 74 14.3 Internal settings 14.3.2 Microphone sensitivity When the configuration switches are in the correct 14.3.1 Introduction position (refer to table 14.1), you can adjust the With the configuration switches on the bottom of the microphone sensitivity of the wireless discussion unit wireless discussion unit (refer to figure 14.4, no.

  • Page 75

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 75 14.3.3 Channel/volume restore function 14.3.4 Headphones level reduction When the configuration switches are in the correct When the configuration switches are in the correct position (refer to table 14.1), you can enable or disable position (refer to table 14.1), you can enable or disable...

  • Page 76: Modes

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 76 14.4 Modes 14.4.3 Single delegate When the wireless discussion unit is in the single 14.4.1 Overview delegate mode, it is a delegate device for 1 delegate. With the configuration switches on the bottom of the You can put all types of wireless discussion units in the wireless discussion unit (refer to figure 14.4, no.

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 77 The only difference between a delegate wireless When you put the wireless discussion unit in the dual discussion unit and a chairman wireless discussion unit delegate mode, you must also install the DCN-DISBDD is the priority button on the left of the microphone Buttons (refer to figure 14.9 and section 14.5.2).

  • Page 78: Installation

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 78 14.5.2 Microphone buttons For example, you can use the DCN-DISBCM Buttons (refer to figure 14.8). 14.5 Installation Note Before you install the microphone buttons, make 14.5.1 General sure that the wireless discussion unit operates correctly.

  • Page 79

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 79 14.5.3 Battery Refer to figure 14.11 for instructions that tell you how to install microphone buttons in a wireless discussion unit. Refer to figure 14.12 for instructions that tell you how to install a DCN-WLION Battery Pack in the wireless discussion unit.

  • Page 80: Subscription

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 80 14.6 Subscription 14.5.4 Rims 14.6.1 Introduction Each wireless discussion unit in the system must have a Note Before you install the rim, make sure that the subscription. The central control unit cannot send data wireless discussion units operates correctly.

  • Page 81

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 81 14.6.2 Procedure • If after pushing the microphone button for the first time, the ring around the microphone button is The procedure below is applicable for wireless yellow for 250 milliseconds and then goes off, the discussion devices without a subscription.

  • Page 82: External Connections

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 82 14.7 External connections 14.6.3 Erase the subscription 14.7.1 Headphones You can connect headphones to the headphones socket Note Do not push the de-init button with a sharp of the wireless discussion unit, the headphones must object.

  • Page 83: Operation

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 83 14.8 Operation 14.7.2 External power supply When you remove the battery pack from the wireless discussion unit, you can connect the wireless discussion 14.8.1 Activation unit to a DCN-WPS Power Supply Adapter (refer to figure 14.15).

  • Page 84

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 84 14.8.5 Attendance LED table 14.9: Attendance LED Attendance LED Condition Yellow (flashing) The system requests attendance registration. Yellow (on) The attendance registration is confirmed. 14.8.6 Status LEDs The status LEDs (refer to figure 14.6, no.

  • Page 85: Dcn-micl, Dcn-mics Pluggable Microphones

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 85 DCN-MICL, DCN-MICS 15.2 Controls, connectors and indicators Pluggable Microphones The pluggable microphone (refer to figure 15.1) contains: 1 Indicator ring - Shows the condition of the 15. 1 Introduction microphone (refer to section 15.4).

  • Page 86: External Connections

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 86 15.3 External connections Connect the pluggable microphone to compatible devices with the microphone plug (refer to figure 15.2). figure 15.2: Microphone plug, connection table 15.4: Microphone plug, connection...

  • Page 87: Dcn-wliion Battery Pack

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 87 DCN-WLIION Battery Pack 16. 1 Introduction The DCN-WLIION Battery pack is used with the wireless devices (refer to table 16.4). table 16. 1 : Battery capacity Output voltage: 7.2 V(DC)

  • Page 88: Controls, Connectors And Indicators

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 88 16.3 Controls, connectors and 16.4 Installation indicators Install the charged battery pack in a compatible device The battery pack (refer to section figure 16.2) contains: (refer to table 16.2).

  • Page 89: Dcn-wch05 Battery Charger

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 89 DCN-WCH05 Battery 17.2 Controls, connectors and indicators Charger 17.2.1 Front view The front of the battery charger (refer to figure 17.1) 17. 1 Introduction contains: The DCN-WCH05 Battery Charger charges the 1 Ventilation grilles - Make sure that the DCN-WLIION Battery Packs.

  • Page 90: Installation

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 90 17.3 Installation 17.3.2 Wall You can use the bracket to attach the battery charger to 17.3.1 General a wall. Refer to figure 17.2. TORX 10 Warning Do not open the battery charger. Electrical discharges from the battery charger can kill you.

  • Page 91: External Connections

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 91 17.3.3 Battery When you attach more than one battery charger to the wall, you must make sure that: • The vertical distance between two brackets is at least 340 mm (refer to d1 in figure 17.2).

  • Page 92: Operation

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 92 17.4.2 Loop-through socket With the loop-through socket, you can connect battery chargers in series. • If the power supply is 100 - 127 V(AC), 50 - 60 Hz, you can connect a maximum of 5 battery chargers in series.

  • Page 93: Dcn-wps Power Supply Adapter

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 93 DCN-WPS Power Supply 18.3 External connections Connect the power supply adapter to compatible Adapter devices (refer to table 18.2) with the supplied cable. 18. 1 Introduction The DCN-WPS Power Supply Adapter is used with the wireless devices (refer to table 18.2).

  • Page 94: Dcn-fcwd10 Flight Case For Wireless Discussion Units

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 94 DCN-FCWD10 Flight Case DCN-WFCCU Flight Case for Wireless Discussion for DCN-WCCU and Units DCN-WAP The DCN-FCWD10 Flight Case can accommodate: The DCN-WFCCU Flight Case provides a secure •...

  • Page 95: Ddcn-rcwd10 Roller Case For 10 Wireless Discussion

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 95 DDCN-RCWD10 Roller Case for 10 Wireless Discussion The DCN-RCWD10 Roller Case can accommodate: • a maximum of 10 wireless discussion units with fitted microphones (long or short stem). One extra storage position can be used for a spare unit.

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Contribution Devices en | 96 Intentionally left blank. Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

  • Page 97: Section 4 - Appendices

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Appendices en | 97 Section 4 - Appendices Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

  • Page 98: A Audio Levels

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Appendices en | 98 Audio levels A. 1 DCN-WCCU table A. 1 : Analog line inputs Plug or socket Function Nominal Maximum Floor -12 dBV (- 6, + 6 dB) 12 dBV (- 6, + 6 dB)

  • Page 99

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Appendices en | 99 DCN-DDI table A.5: Dual delegate interface Plug or socket Function Nominal Maximum 8-pole DIN Line in 0 dB -18 dBV (- 3, + 3 dB) 12 dBV (- 3, + 3 dB)

  • Page 100: B Product Index

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Appendices en | 100 Product index B. 1 Central devices table B. 1 : Central devices Product code Product description Refer to DCN-WCCU Central control unit wireless Page 32 DCN-WCCU-UL Central control unit wireless UL...

  • Page 101

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Appendices en | 101 Contribution devices table B.3: Contribution devices Product code Product description Refer to DCN-DDI Dual delegate interface Page 93 DCN-DISBCM Sets of buttons for 10 chairman discussion units Page 70...

  • Page 102: C Statements For Fcc & Industry Canada

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Appendices en | 102 Statements for FCC & Industry Canada Note The Wireless Discussion Units and the Wireless Access Point comply with FCC radiation This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled ICES-003.

  • Page 103: D Declarations

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Appendices en | 103 Declarations Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

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    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Appendices en | 104 Bosch Security Systems | 2007-11 | 9922 141 70691 en...

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