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  • Page 1 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 | 2007-02 | 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.
  • Page 6 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 ....................................
  • Page 8 DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Table of Contents en | 8 9. Technical data ....................................32 System electrical and electro-acoustic characteristics ....................32 Environmental conditions ..............................33 Safety ...................................... 33 Electro-magnetic compatibility ............................34 Wireless devices .................................. 34 Miscellaneous ..................................
  • Page 9 DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Table of Contents en | 9 15. DCN-MICL, DCN-MICS Pluggable Microphones ........................ 89 15.1 Introduction .................................... 89 15.2 Controls, connectors and indicators ..........................89 15.3 External connections ................................90 15.4 Operation ....................................90 16.
  • Page 10 DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | Table of Contents en | 10 Intentionally left blank. Bosch Security Systems | 2007-02 | 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 | 2007-02 | 9922 141 70691 en...
  • Page 12: Wireless Network Design

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 12 Wireless network design Frequency band 1.3.1 802.11g specification 1. 1 Introduction The wireless network is based on the 802.11g The DCN Wireless has three parts: the wireless specification for WiFi technology.
  • Page 13 DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 13 figure 1. 1 : WLAN channels figure 1.2: DCN wireless carriers figure 1.3: Example of interference Bosch Security Systems | 2007-02 | 9922 141 70691 en...
  • Page 14: Dcn Design

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 14 DCN design Limits Make sure that these limits are not exceeded when you design the DCN: 2. 1 Introduction The DCN Wireless has three parts: the wireless Limit 1: Control capacity network, the DCN and the optical network.
  • Page 15: Control Capacity

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 15 Control capacity Limit 5: Cable lengths Refer to section 2.7: 2.5.1 Active devices • With regenerative tap-offs, the maximum cable length is 250 m from the central control unit to the Active devices are devices that can: furthest device in any branch of the DCN.
  • Page 16 DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 16 2.6.3 Power supplies 2.6.3.3 DCN-EPS 2.6.3. 1 Introduction The devices that supply power to the DCN are the central control unit and the extension power supply DCN-EPS (refer to figure 2.1 and figure 2.2).
  • Page 17: Cable Lengths

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 17 Cable lengths 2.6.4 Overload indication Each DCN socket of the central control unit and 2.7.1 Maximum length extension power supply has a red LED that comes on to show that there is a power overload.
  • Page 18 DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 18 2.7.5.3 Total power consumption 2.7.5.5 Graph Do as follows: The power correction graph (refer to figure 2.3) corrects 1 Find the power consumption of each device from the the power level to compensate for the extension cables.
  • Page 19: Examples

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 19 Examples 2.8.1 Cable lengths DCN-WCCU Legend Regenerative tap-off RS 232 Port 1 Mains Power overload Audio In 1 Audio Out 1 Audio In 2 Audio Out 2...
  • Page 20 DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 20 2.8.2 Power correction DCN-WCCU RS 232 Port 1 Mains Audio In 1 Audio Out 1 Audio In 2 Audio Out 2 RS 232 Port 2...
  • Page 21: Interpretation Devices

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 21 Interpretation devices With an LBB4115/00 Protected Trunk Splitter, you can The maximum number of interpreter desks you can connect two interpreter desks (refer to figure 2.7). If an install in an interpreter booth is six.
  • Page 22: Optical Network Design

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 22 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 23: Cabling

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 23 3.5.3 Power supply 3.5.4 Overload indication The device that supplies power to the optical network is Each optical network socket of the central control unit the central control unit, refer to figure 3.1.
  • Page 24 DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 24 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 25: Example Layouts

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 25 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.
  • Page 26 DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 26 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.
  • Page 27 DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 27 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 28: Camera Control

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 28 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 29: Cobranet

    DCN Wireless | Installation and User Instructions | System Design and Planning en | 29 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.