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    DECT6000 System Installation Instructions...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS CONTENTS About this manual General information Installation of a complete new DECT6000 system Tools Introduction Location and number of base stations Location of the DCU Configuration of the DCU DECT6000 Control Unit (DCU) LBB 6721/00 Functional description Controls and connectors Installation 4.3.1...

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    Technical data of the power supply 9.3.4 Configuration repeater Directional antenna LBB 6735/00 9.4.1 Functional description 9.4.2 Connectors 9.4.3 Installation Link card package LBB 6722/00 10.1 Functional description 10.2 Connectors 10.3 Installation 10.3.1 Mounting procedure 10.3.2 Wiring 10.3.3 Configuring the linked system Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 5: About This Manual

    This manual is intended to be used by installers involved in installation and extension of DECT6000 systems. It provides information about determining layout, installation and configuration of a DECT6000 system. Refer to the data sheet for the latest product data.

  • Page 6: General Information

    The flexibility of the DECT6000 system makes it possible to connect external systems, e.g. a nurse call system, a fire alarm system or a building management system.

  • Page 7: Installation Of A Complete New Dect6000 System

    • Tweezers (curved) 3.2 Introduction To set up a new DECT6000 system actions mentioned in this section have to be carried out. When an existing system must be extended some of these actions may not be necessary, e.g. position and mounting of the DCU.

  • Page 8: Location And Number Of Base Stations

    The average coverage area within buildings has a radius of 30-75 metres depending on building material. Use the DECT6000 deployment kit LBB 6738/00 to determine the base station locations.

  • Page 9: Configuration Of The Dcu

    The configuration of the DCU depends on the number of needed base stations and handsets within the DECT6000 system, which is determined by the coverage test. A standard DCU can connect up to 8 base stations. Expansion of the system is possible by installing an extension card into the DCU and/or linking two DCUs to each other (linked system, see chapter 10).

  • Page 10: Dect6000 Control Unit (dcu) Lbb 6721/00

    CHAPTER 4 DECT6000 Control Unit (DCU) LBB 6721/00 4.1 Functional description The DECT6000 Control Unit (DCU) is the heart of the DECT6000 system and is delivered without an ACU. Figure 4.1 DCU with mounting bracket The functions of the DCU are: •...

  • Page 11: Controls And Connectors

    WARNING do not adjust, factory set Battery for clock, estimated life time 10 years Connector for (optional) extension card Base station interconnection PCB RS232 interconnection PCB Jumper 1 (reset) Jumper 2 (master/slave), for settings see chapter 10 Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 12: Installation

    For information about how to install an ACU see chapter 6. 4.3.4 Installing an extension card The DCU can be equipped with an extension card to connect 8 extra base stations. For information about how to install an extension card see chapter 8. Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 13: Wiring

    After installing and wiring the DCU the software configuration has to take place. This has to be done by use of the software installed on the Alphadesk central control PC, described in the “Instructions For Use” of the LBB 6511/00. Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 14: Alphadesk Central Control Pc

    Alphadesk central control PC refer to the “Instructions For Use” of the LBB 6511/00. Features of the basic software package LBB 6511/00 • Integrates the DECT6000 system with DP 6000 paging • Provides paging features to DECT6000 systems • Configuration of DECT6000 control unit (DCU) •...

  • Page 15: Installation

    9-pole D 9-pole D 25-pole D connector connector connector female female female Description Description Not connected Figure 5.2 RS232 9-pole female to 9- or 25-pole female Note The maximum length of the RS232 cable is 3 metres. Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 16: Wiring The Alphadesk Pc To The Dcu When Distance Longer Than 3 M

    5.2.2 Wiring the Alphadesk PC to the DCU when distance longer than 3 m. In case the distance between the Alphadesk central control PC and the DCU is longer than 3 metres, you have to use a modem or RS485 converter. Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 17: Installing An Analogue Connection Unit (acu) Lbb 6725/xx And Lbb 6726/xx

    The Analogue Connection Unit (ACU), which is mounted in the DCU, is an interface unit between the DCU and the telephone exchange (PABX) analogue lines. Each ACU contains 8 analogue lines in which each line represents a DECT6000 handset. The ACU also functions as a galvanic isolation between the DECT6000 system and the PABX.

  • Page 18: Connectors

    On the type of PABX which is used, choose an ACU with loop break circuit LBB 6725 or an ACU with earth circuit LBB 6726. 6.2 Connectors Figure 6.3 Connectors of the ACU DCU slot connector PABX connector 25 pole male. For connections see chapter 6.3.2 Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 19: Installation

    CD-ROM delivered with the DCU Warning Disconnect the main power supply before any work is carried out on the DECT6000 system. Caution When work is carried out on the DCU wear an anti-ESD bracelet to prevent damage to the PCBs.

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    5. Place the ACU in the first available slot (ACU0…ACU7) (see figure 6.5). 6. Screw the ACU to the DCU housing with a Pozidrive size 1 screwdriver and the two supplied screws. 7. Close the DCU. Figure 6.5 Placing the ACU into the DCU Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 21: Wiring Acu-pabx

    (according the pin configuration in Table 6.2) and plug the connector on the PABX connector of the ACU card. Signal Line Signal Line earth earth earth earth earth earth earth earth Not connected Table 6.2 ACU connector Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 22: Software Configuration Of The Acu

    After installing and wiring the ACU card the software configuration has to take place. This has to be done by use of the software installed on the Alphadesk central control PC, described in the instructions for use of the LBB 6511/00. Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 23: Base Station (bs) Lbb 6730/01

    • Supports handover between the RF channels under the same base station • Can handle four DECT speech channels simultaneously • Frame synchronise with other base stations under the same DECT control unit (DCU) Figure 7.1 Base Station Figure 7.2 Normal telephone system Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 24: Connectors

    CHAPTER 7 Terminal strip Terminal strip PABX BS-DCU connection cable ACU-PABX connection cable Figure 7.3 Telephone system integrated with DECT using existing cabling 7.2 Connectors Figure 7.4 Base station connectors Line connector RJ11 connector for communication with DCU. Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 25: Installation

    RJ11 plug and (dis)mounting of the base station. 5. Mount the wall holder using the screws provided. The base station can now simply be attached to the wall holder (push down and click in position). 50 mm Figure 7.5 Mounting the base station Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 26: Wiring

    Table 7.1 and plug the connector on the BS connector of the DCU (see figure 7.7). Signal Signal 4/12 5/13 2/10 6/14 3/11 7/15 9…13 Not connected 22…25 Not connected Table 7.1 Pin configuration of the BS 0-7 and BS 8-15 connector Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 27: Software Configuration Of The Base Station

    This has to be done by use of the software installed on the Alphadesk central control PC, described in the “Instructions For Use” of the LBB 6511/00. Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 28: Installing An Extension Card Lbb 6723/00

    The Extension card, which must be mounted in the DCU, is needed when more than 8 base stations are used within the DECT6000 system. A DCU equipped with an extension card enables up to 8 extra base stations to be connected. Only one extension card can be mounted into a DCU.

  • Page 29: Installation

    CD-ROM delivered with the DCU. Warning Disconnect the main power supply before any work is carried out on the DECT6000 system. Caution When work is carried out on the DCU wear an anti-ESD bracelet to prevent damage to the PCBs.

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    6. Mount the extension card into the DCU main board (see figure 8.4). 7. Screw the extension card connector to the DCU housing (see figure 8.4). 8. Close the DCU. Figure 8.4 Installing an extension card into the DCU Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 31: Connecting Base Station-extension Card

    Line Signal Wire colour Line white/blue white/grey blue/white grey/white white/orange red/blue orange/white blue/red white/green red/orange green/white orange/red white/brown red/green brown/white green/red 9...13 Not connected 22...25 Not connected Table 8.2 Connections of the BS-DCU connection cable LBB 6721/02 Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 32: Software Configuration Of The Extension Card

    This has to be done by use of the software installed on the Alphadesk central control PC, described in the “Instructions For Use” of the LBB 6511/00. Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 33: Repeater Lbb 6734/01 (euro) And Lbb 6734/11 (uk)

    A repeater is a separate unit having no physical connection to the DECT6000 system and is delivered with its own power supply. Communication between the repeater and the DCU is done via one of the four channels of the base station connected to the DECT control unit (DCU).

  • Page 34: Controls And Connectors

    CHAPTER 9 9.2 Controls and connectors Figure 9.3 Repeater controls and connectors Connector for directional antenna Red LED: power on RJ11 power inlet/programming connector Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 35: Installation

    Make sure to leave enough cable length to facilitate (dis)mounting of the repeater. 5. Mount the wall holder using the screws provided. The repeater can now simply be attached to the wall holder (push down and click in position). 50 mm Figure 9.4 Mounting a repeater Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 36: Wiring

    The inset in fig. 9.5 shows the connections of the RJ11 connector of the power supply cable. Figure 9.5 RJ11 connector of the power supply 9.3.3 Technical data of the power supply Input voltage: 230 Vac/50 Hz, 60 mA, 12W Output voltage: 2 x 9 Vdc, 300 mA Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 37: Configuration Repeater

    CHAPTER 9 9.3.4 Configuration repeater Note The repeater must be programmed with the DECT6000 service tool. This programming device must be connected to the power-inlet/programming connector. The hardware package consists of two items, a serial cable and a modular connector adapter Figure 9.6 Connection of the serial cable and modular connector adapter...

  • Page 38: Directional Antenna Lbb 6735/00

    When using a directional antenna the distance between the base station and the repeater can be extended up to 1000 metres. Figure 9.7 Extension of coverage area with directional antenna 9.4.2 Connectors Figure 9.8 Directional antenna with connection cable Connection cable approx. 1 metre Antenna connector Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 39: Installation

    Positioning the directional antenna Connect the directional antenna to the antenna connector of the deployment handset. Use the deployment handset to position the directional antenna in the position with the strongest signal. Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 40: Link Card Package Lbb 6722/00

    ACUs of handsets (ACU x 8) 1 DCU 1 DCU + extension card 2 DCUs (linked system) 2 DCUs (linked system) + 1 extension card 2 DCUs (linked system) + 2 extension cards Table 10.1 DCU configurations Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 41: Connectors

    Connecting two DCUs to each other must be done using a link card package. A sticker on the bracket identifies the master and slave card. master slave Figure 10.2 Link card package 10.2 Connectors Figure 10.3 Link card connectors DCU slot connector Slave/Master connector Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 42: Installation

    CD-ROM delivered with the DCU. Warning Disconnect the main power supply before any work is carried out on the DECT6000 system. Caution When work is carried out on the DCU wear an anti-ESD bracelet to prevent damage to the PCBs.

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    PC, and the slave link card in the other DCU (see figure 10.5). 6. Check if jumper J2 of the master DCU is closed. 7. Open jumper J2 of the slave DCU (see figure 10.6). 8. Close both DCUs. Figure 10.5 Installing a link card inside a DCU Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 44: Wiring

    (figure 10.7). Note The length of the link cable is 1 metre. Do not extend the length of this cable. Master DCU 15-pole D connector Male Slave DCU 15-pole D connector Female Figure 10.7 Link cable Installation Instructions DECT6000...

  • Page 45: Configuring The Linked System

    After installing and wiring the link card package the software configuration has to take place. This has to be done by use of the software installed on the Alphadesk central control PC, described in the “Instructions For Use” of the LBB 6511/00. Installation Instructions DECT6000...

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