Yamaha PJP-100H Owner's Manual

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  • Page 2 IMPORTANT SAFTY INSTRACTIONS IMPORTANT SAFTY INSTRACTIONS CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. • Explanation of Graphical Symbols The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert you to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”...
  • Page 3 This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product. 2 IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality shielded cables.
  • Page 4 12 Only voltage specified on this unit must be used. Using this unit with a higher voltage than specified is dangerous and may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury. YAMAHA will not be held responsible for any damage resulting from use of this unit with a voltage other than specified.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION Features ... 2 Supplied Accessories ... 3 Controls and Functions ... 4 PREPARATION Preparation Procedure... 8 Step 1: Connecting this unit... 9 Step 2: Registering the network settings of this unit ... 10 Step 3: Installing this unit in the conference room ...
  • Page 6: Features

    FEATURES This unit is an IP audio conference system that enables simultaneous talk between multiple locations (up to 4 locations for the mesh connection and up to 8 locations for the cascade connection) through networks including the Internet and corporate LAN. Audio conference through networks Audio conference can be held by connecting up to 4 locations for the mesh connection and up to 8 locations for the cascade connection through networks including the Internet and corporate LAN.
  • Page 7: Supplied Accessories

    ■ About this manual • In this manual, the names of the following products are described as follows. – Yamaha PJP-100H: this unit – Yamaha IP Audio Conference System: PJP ® ® – Microsoft Windows : Windows ® ® – Microsoft...
  • Page 8: Controls And Functions

    CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS ■ Top panel 1 Microphone indicators A blue LED lights to indicate the audio pick up area. 2 Display The LCD shows the current status of this unit (page 7). (Cancel) Press the key to cancel a setting without saving it or to return to the previous page.
  • Page 9 ■ Right side panel 1 DC IN 12V terminal Connect the provided AC adapter. 2 AUDIO IN terminal Connect to the line output of an audio equipment or PC. 3 AUDIO OUT terminal Connect to the line input of an audio equipment or PC. Connecting this terminal to a commercially available IC recorder makes it possible to record the audio in the conference.
  • Page 10 Controls and Functions ■ Other 1 Serial label The label carries the following information. • MODEL No.: Model number of this unit. • SER.: Serial number for use in management/ distinction of this unit. 2 SERIAL terminal Reserved for future extension. 3 Arrayed speakers (Bottom panel) Twelve speakers are arrayed on the bottom panel for use in output of the audio from the unit(s) communicating with...
  • Page 11 ■ Display 1 Calling method indicator The indicator shows the connection method used for the current call. • Call by designating the IP address. • Call using a SIP server. 2 IP address The IP address of this unit is displayed. 3 Connection mode indicator The indicator shows the mode of connection with other units.
  • Page 12: Preparation

    PREPARATION PROCEDURE The following preparation steps should be completed before using this unit. Step 1: (page 9) Connecting this unit to the network and turning this unit on ↓ Step 2: (page 10) Registering the network settings of this unit The setting method is variable depending on whether or not the network uses the DHCP server.
  • Page 13: Step 1: Connecting This Unit

    Step 1: Connecting this unit Follow the procedure below to connect this unit to the network, and then connect the AC adapter. Using a LAN cable, connect the LAN port of this unit to the network. Connect the AC adapter to the DC IN 12V terminal.
  • Page 14: Step 2: Registering The Network Settings Of This Unit

    Preparation Procedure Step 2: Registering the network settings of this unit Register the IP address and subnet mask of this unit, and the default gateway and DNS server used by it according to the environment of the LAN in which this unit is accommodated. The operation is different depending on whether or not the DHCP server is used.
  • Page 15: General Settings

    ■ Assigning the IP address manually Follow the procedure below to register the network information manually. Note Before setting the network information, check that this unit is connected properly to the network. If the disconnected icon (page 10) is displayed on the top right of the display, check the LAN cable connection and the condition of the network to which the LAN cable is connected.
  • Page 16 Preparation Procedure Press to select “5. DHCP”, and then press The “DHCP” menu appears. DHCP 1. Enable 2. Disable Press to select “2. Disable”, and then press The “Network Settings” menu reappears. Network Settings 1. IP Address 2. Subnet Mask 3.
  • Page 17 Press to select “3. Default Gateway”, and then press The “Default Gateway” menu appears. Default Gateway ( Use the numeric keys to enter the “Default Gateway” of this unit, and then press The entered “Default Gateway” is registered and the “Network Settings”...
  • Page 18: Step 3: Installing This Unit In The Conference Room

    Preparation Procedure Step 3: Installing this unit in the conference room After completing the settings, follow the procedure below to install this unit in the place of conference, such as a conference room. ■ About installation environment The speakers of this unit are attached in the downward orientation on the bottom panel. Place this unit horizontally on a desktop without placing any object below this unit.
  • Page 19: Making A Call

    Calling another unit by specifying an IP address Follow the procedure below to specify an IP address to call another unit. Both PJP units should be turned on and connected to the network with a LAN cable. Press repeatedly until the initial display appears.
  • Page 20 Making a Call The following display appears if the call is connected by pressing on the destination unit and conversation becomes available. IP address of this unit Menu :Address IP address of the destination unit Notes • Do not disconnect the LAN cable or power cable during a call. Doing so may cause malfunction.
  • Page 21: Calling Another Unit Using The Address Book

    Calling another unit using the address book Follow the procedure below to call another unit registered in the address book. You can edit and manage the address book with a PC. See “Editing Address Book” (page 33) for details. Press in the initial display.
  • Page 22: Calling Another Unit Using The Call History

    Making a Call Press to select the destination unit, and then press The calling display appears. Online :Cancel The IP addresses of this unit and destination unit appear if the call is connected by pressing destination unit and conversation becomes available. To adjust the speaker volume or disconnect the call, follow steps 4 and 5 in “Calling another unit by specifying an IP address”...
  • Page 23: Call History

    Press to select the destination unit, and then press The calling display appears. Call History Headquater Headquater Branch A :Cancel The IP addresses of this unit and destination unit appear if the call is connected by pressing destination unit and conversation becomes available. To adjust the speaker volume or disconnect the call, follow steps 4 and 5 in “Calling another unit by specifying an IP address”...
  • Page 24: Answering A Call

    Answering a Call Follow the procedure below to answer a call from another unit. While having an incoming call, press When there is an incoming call, the back light of the display lights up and the ringing tone is generated. The display shows the IP address of the unit calling this unit.
  • Page 25: Talking With Multiple Locations

    Talking with Multiple Locations This unit is designed to enable a conference call between up to 4 locations (with the mesh connection). It is also possible to call a new location (branch office or department) during a call. To establish a call involving multiple locations, first connect a call with one of the locations and then call other locations one after another.
  • Page 26: Display And Speaker Output During Multiple Connections

    Talking with Multiple Locations Display and speaker output during multiple connections The information display and speaker output method are variable depending on the settings in “Connection Mode” (page 27) and “Speaker Mode” (page 29). ■ When “Speaker Mode” is set to “Divide” IP address of this unit
  • Page 27: Changing The Speaker Output Positions According To Locations

    Changing the speaker output positions according to locations When the connection mode (page 27) is set to “Mesh” and the speaker mode (page 29) is set to “Divide”, you can change the speaker output positions according to locations. Press during call. The menu screen appears.
  • Page 28: Configuring Settings

    CONFIGURING SETTINGS You can configure the settings of this unit using the operation keys on this unit or the web browser (web menu) on the PC connected to this unit. Notes • Some settings such as registering the names of this unit or the SIP server are available only with the web menu. •...
  • Page 29: Configuring Settings Using The Web Menu

    Change the parameter. The following figure shows an example in which “1. IP Address” is selected. For details on parameters of each menu item, see “Setting Menu List” (page 26). IP Adress ( To confirm the setting, press The setting is saved in this unit. To return to the previous menu without saving the setting Press...
  • Page 30: Setting Menu List

    SETTING MENU LIST This section describes the setting menu items available with this unit. In the following description, the setting is possible using the keys on this unit and Managing address book information ■ Managing the address book You can check the address book in the display of this unit and call an address registered in the address book.
  • Page 31 ■ Configuring the DHCP server settings MIC MUTE Select “Enable” to assign the network information of this unit using the DHCP server or “Disable” to assign the network information manually. The default setting is “Enable”. Using the keys on this unit In the initial display, select “Menu”...
  • Page 32: Configuring Sound Settings

    Setting Menu List Configuring sound settings ■ Selecting the audio pickup area (microphone mode) You can select the audio pickup area of the microphone during call. The default setting is “Zone”. • Zone: Pick up the audio in large area not only tracking the audio of the talker.
  • Page 33 To specify the area to which this feature is available, use the numeric keys in “Microphone Mode” menu. According to the pressed keys, audio in the area of the following figure is picked up or not. MUTE Microphone indicators (blue LED) of which direction audio can be picked up from light up.
  • Page 34 Using the web menu In the web menu, select “External Input/Output”. Configuring the audio connection function When the PJP-100H is connected with a PC through Ethernet, another PJP-100H unit can be connected to the existing PJP-100H using commercially available audio MIC MUTE cables (stereo mini-jack cables).
  • Page 35: Configuring General Settings

    ■ Configuring the codec You can select a codec from the following options. • G.711 Extension • G.711 µ-law • G.726-40 • G.726-32 • G.726-24 See “Specifications” (page 53) for details about the frequency response and the transmission bandwidth for each codec.
  • Page 36: Storing The Call History

    Setting Menu List Storing the call history ■ Downloading the call history of this unit The call history of this unit can be downloaded as a TSV file. See “Managing the Call History” (page 38) for details. Using the web menu In the web menu, select “Download Call History”.
  • Page 37: Editing Address Book

    You can register up to 16 PJP units in the address book of this unit. The address book can be used to select and call a unit (page 17). To register new PJP units or edit the registered information, use the web menu. Registering a new address In the web menu, click “View/Edit Address Book”.
  • Page 38: Editing An Existing Address

    Editing Address Book Editing an existing address In the web menu, click “View/Edit Address Book”. The “Address Book” window appears. From the address list, click “Edit” for the address you want to edit. The “Edit Address” window appears. Edit the information of the selected address, and then click “Register”.
  • Page 39: Using The Sip Server

    In the “SIP URI” field, enter the SIP address to be set to this unit. Enter the SIP address in the format “sip:(sip address)”. Example: sip:sipuser@yamaha.co.jp Click “Submit”. The setting is registered and the top window of the web menu reappears.
  • Page 40: Display In Sip Server Operation

    SIP address of this unit tokyohq@sales.ya... osaka@sales.yamah... nagoya@sales.yama... tokyo@tech.yamaha... Menu :Address SIP address of the destination unit Other displayed information and speaker modes are identical to those in calls using the IP address (pages 15 and 22).
  • Page 41: Setting Date And Time

    The SNTP server (time distribution server) enables to adjust the date and time information in this unit automatically at constant intervals. Notes • The date and time of this unit cannot be adjusted without a SNTP server. In this case, note that the downloaded call history (page 38) does not show correct date and time data.
  • Page 42: Managing The Call History

    MANAGING THE CALL HISTORY This unit stores the call history of up to 15 events. You can save the call history as a tab-delimited text (TSV format) file by downloading it to the PC. In the web menu, click “Download Call History”.
  • Page 43: Confirming The System Log Message Of This Unit (Syslog)

    Confirming the System Log Message of This Unit (syslog) You can send information or the event which occurs in the system of this unit to another unit as the message (this is called “Syslog”). “Syslog” contains information of such as start/shut down of this unit, login, the activity in normal states, the states of an error.
  • Page 44: Hierarchical Connection Of Multiple Pjp Units (Cascade Connection)

    HIERARCHICAL CONNECTION OF MULTIPLE PJP UNITS (CASCADE CONNECTION) Hierarchical Connection of Multiple PJP Units What is cascade connection ? The cascade connection classifies the PJP units to be involved in a call into the servers and clients, connects each client to a server and establishes the call by interconnecting the servers.
  • Page 45: Configuring The Cascade Settings

    Configuring the cascade settings First configure the setting of cascade server unit, and then configure the settings of the cascade client units. ■ Step 1. Configure the setting of the cascade server. Press in the initial display. The menu screen appears. Press to select “1.
  • Page 46: Updating The Firmware

    5 Limitation of liabilities Under any situation including a negligence of its own, Yamaha will not assume any liabilities on the damage to the customers caused by the present Software Licensing Agreement. 6 Export control...
  • Page 47: Updating The Firmware Automatically

    Updating the firmware automatically Follow the procedure below to install the latest firmware automatically. Notes • Automatic firmware update can be performed only if this unit can be connected to the internet. If not, follow the procedure in “Updating the firmware manually” (page 44). •...
  • Page 48: Updating The Firmware Manually

    The URL to be connected when this unit carries out the firmware update automatically is changed. To use the latest firmware at all times In step 2, select “Yamaha website”. Updating the firmware manually When this unit can not be connected to the internet, you need to download the latest firmware to your PC, and then install it to this unit using TFTP.
  • Page 49 Start “Command Prompt” in the Windows PC which can access the web menu of this unit. When using Windows XP, select the “Start” menu → “All Program” → “Accessories” → “Command Prompt”. Enter and run the following command. tftp -i [IP address of this unit] put [file name of the firmware] Example: tftp -i put pjp_100h_113.bin...
  • Page 50: Troubleshooting

    Refer to the following tables when this unit does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed or if the instruction does not help, contact the nearest authorized YAMAHA dealer or service center. First, check if the microphone indicators light up. If the indicator is turned off, see “Q1: LED indicators do not light up”...
  • Page 51: Q2: Web Menu Setting Is Not Available

    Q2: Web menu setting is not available Problem The web menu cannot be opened. The password for the web menu is entered but it cannot be opened. The settings are returned to the previous settings. Cause The network setting of the PC is inappropriate (when other PCs and network printers in the LAN are also unusable).
  • Page 52: Q3: Call Is Impossible

    Troubleshooting Q3: Call is impossible Problem A call cannot be originated. A call cannot be received. Cause An inappropriate IP address is entered. The IP address of the other unit has been changed. The communication is blocked by a firewall. A network fault occurred.
  • Page 53: Q4: Other Problems

    Problem A call cannot be received. The audio from the other unit cannot be heard. The audio is interrupted. Q4: Other problems Problem The audio output is delayed. The unit generates feedback noises. The password is forgotten. Cause The connection mode settings of this unit and the other unit are different.
  • Page 54: Resetting The Unit

    RESETTING THE UNIT You can restore the factory settings of this unit. Notes Before restoring the factory settings, note the following. • All of the settings that have the default settings are set to the default settings. • The data in the address book (page 33) and call history (page 38) are cleared.
  • Page 55 ■ Resetting using the web menu Follow the procedure below to restore the factory settings using the web menu. In the web menu, click “Restore Factory Settings”. The “Restore Factory Settings” window appears. Click “Restore Factory Settings”. The settings of this unit are reset to the factory settings, and top of the web menu reappears.
  • Page 56: Obtaining The Setting Information For Support On This Unit

    OBTAINING THE SETTING INFORMATION FOR SUPPORT ON THIS UNIT Obtaining the Setting Information for Support on this Unit You can download the setting information and audio characteristic information and save them in your PC for the reference in case of troubles. Note These files are used for support so that you can not check or edit the contents using the normal software.
  • Page 57: Specifications

    General • Dimensions (W x H x D) ... 750 mm x 100 mm x 65 mm (29.5 in. x 3.9 in. x 2.6 in.) • Weight (excl. AC adapter) ... 2.9 kg • Power supply...100 to 240 V AC (50/60 Hz) •...
  • Page 58: Notes For Transfer/Disposal Of This Unit

    NOTES FOR TRANSFER/DISPOSAL OF THIS UNIT Notes for Transfer/Disposal of This Unit Restore the factory settings before transferring or disposing of this unit. Note When transferring this unit, be sure to transfer with the owner’s manual (this manual). The settings stored in this unit include the personal information such as address book or call history data. If this unit is transferred or disposed of without restoring the factory settings, information may be misused by a third party.
  • Page 59 Firmware-Aktualisierung erweitert oder geändert werden. Besuchen Sie die PJP-Website zum Erhalten der neuesten Firmware und Anleitungen. PJP-Website: http://www.yamaha.co.jp/english/product/projectphone/ © 2006 All rights reserved. YAMAHA CORPORATION 10-1 Nakazawa-cho, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 430-8650, Japan As of September, 2006 Printed in Japan WH86130...

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