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SM30
Sound Management System
User Manual
LBB 1280
Philips
Communication &
Security Systems

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  • Page 1 User Manual SM30 Sound Management System User Manual LBB 1280 Philips Communication & Security Systems...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Zone relay module LBB 1287 Control relay module LBB 1288 Programming 14.1 Summary SM30 User Programming 14.2 General 14.3 User programming 14.4 Error messages 14.5 Summary of SM30 Installer programming 14.6 Setup programming 14.7 Installer programming Specifications *Installer supplementary sheets...
  • Page 3: Introduction

    Current program status (e.g. CLEARING MEMORY PLEASE WAIT). Control Centre ‘Error’ indications. At the heart of each SM30 system is the Language selection. Control Centre. This is a self contained Alarm interruption. unit, housing the microprocessor which Power-on delay.
  • Page 4 CALL” must be made in emergencies. unit itself is uncluttered and simple to assemble and use. Signal generator Built into the SM30 Control Centre is a Call Station signal generator, programmed with attention The Call Station is the primary input to the tones and alarm signals.
  • Page 5 7-12 module module Microphone Zone relay input Loudspeaker module module zones 13-18 Microprocessor Optional Control relay Relay board input outputs 1-12 module module Control input module Power supply Displ/keyboard Sound Management SM30 System 4SM30011 Fig. 1 - Block diagram...
  • Page 6: System Operation

    Music routed to any other SM30 is easy to use and logical in its zones will not be affected. operation, but it is perhaps helpful to 5 The processor checks which attention...
  • Page 7: Attention And Alarm Signals

    SIGNALS The Function Keys can also be used to select and broadcast an alarm or attention tone, or Built into the SM30 Control Centre is a activate a pre-recorded message, without any signal generator, programmed with more microphone generated call being made.
  • Page 8 11 Single tone, frequency 1000 Hz, 300 msec on, Station) details the way in which each type 200 msec off and repeating. Signal duration 5 of call, when activated via the Call Station, sec. can be terminated. 12 Slow whoop, sweeping from 500 up to 1200 Hz in 3.5 seconds, followed by Signal description 500 msec silence.
  • Page 9 30 Alternating signal, frequencies of 650 and 49 As signal 48, lasts until second activation. 850 Hz, every frequency lasts 500 msec. 50 Ship alarm. Signal duration 60 seconds. Single tone, frequency 800 Hz, seven times 1 31 As signal 30, lasts until second activation. second on and 1 second off followed by 2 32 STANAG crash alarm.
  • Page 10: Control Centre Lbb 1280 8

    4 CONTROL CENTRE LBB 1280 Programming Keys (fig.4.1C) At the heart of each SM30 sound Ten programming keys are provided on the management system is the Control Centre. front panel. These keys, marked with logical This is a self contained unit, housing the...
  • Page 11 Alpha-Numeric LCD Display (fig.4.1D) The keys are marked as follows: In the normal ‘Run’ mode of the system, the Music Volume up (fig.4.1L) back-lit LCD display indicates the name of Music Volume down (fig.4.1P) the current music source (e.g. “TUNER”, or 0123 Music source Select (fig.4.1M) “MUSIC OFF”), plus the current music Music Mute (fig.4.1Q)
  • Page 12: Control Centre

    4.2 SM30 basic modules remove the mains power cable (cord) from the socket, and carefully insert a medium On delivery the rear panel of the SM30 sized screwdriver under the small lip of the Control Centre (fig.5.1) contains the Line...
  • Page 13: Setting Up The Hardware

    General fitted into their respective slots as indicated in fig.5.1. A survey of configurations with The SM30 Control Centre is delivered with the maximal number of input modules is only the Line Output Module (LOM) and given in the table.
  • Page 14 Opening the housing Removing Module Blank Panels The module blank panels are removed in a WARNING: Before attempting to open similar way, by loosening the cross-head the housing, the mains lead and the 48 V screws a little and sliding the panels DC battery plug should be disconnected.
  • Page 15 “clean” earth may be connected to the Earth Terminal. 48 Volt Emergency Power Supply In situations where the mains power supply is unreliable, and SM30 is used for security/evacuation purposes, an emergency power supply may be used. This can be switched in automatically whenever the mains power fails.
  • Page 16: Lbb 1280

    Certain rules should be observed when ON/OFF switch on the front panel. planning the equipment layout in a rack: 1 To ensure that the SM30 display is clearly The feet of the Control Centre may be visible, and the controls are easy to...
  • Page 17 Connecting amplifiers Instructions For Use for details of this function. The SM30 system is intended for use with 2 2 The output of the amplifier has to be separate amplifiers, or two separate channels connected to the ‘Call’ input on the of a multi channel amplifier.
  • Page 18 SQ45 SM30 Fig. 5.5.1 - Two channel system...
  • Page 19 SQ45 SM30 Fig. 5.5.2 - One channel system...
  • Page 20: Lbb 9568

    LEDs will be music. Since each Call Station Input extinguished. Module will accept two Call Stations, SM30 will accept up to 6 Call Stations in total. Function Keys (fig.6.1K) The 4 function keys are to be programmed Electret condenser microphone with priority;...
  • Page 21 ‘Press-To-Talk’ Key is released. The cycle can be stopped by pressing the ‘Press-To-Talk’ Key a second time. PHILIPS PHI L I P S If this is done during the attention signal, the call stops immediately. If the message is playing, the call will stop at the end of the message.
  • Page 22 A paper template is provided, on which the the Call Station output with the rest of names of the loudspeaker zones can be the SM30 System. See ‘Built-in written. The template has a detachable blank Compressor’ earlier in this chapter.
  • Page 23 1-, then 5. As stated earlier, the Zone Using the Function Key to make a Call Routing Indicator LEDs for these zones Using the Function Key to make a call is will be illuminated. done in the same way as using the Keypad. 2 If the red ‘BUSY’...
  • Page 24: Lbb 1283

    The DIN connections, viewed from the solder side of the cable plugs, are illustrated Each Call Station Input Module allows two in fig.7. SM30 Call Stations to be connected to the Control Centre. SM30 will accept up to 3 Adjustments Call Station Input Modules and/or Microphone Input Modules in total.
  • Page 25: Lbb 1282

    In its down position, it is set for Flat microphones to be connected to the SM30 response. Control Centre. SM30 will accept up to 3 Microphone Input Installation Modules and/or Call Station Input Modules in total. Mounting in the Control Centre...
  • Page 26: Lbb 1284

    Connection of Microphones CONTROL INPUT MODULE The design of SM30 allows a single cable to (CIM) LBB 1284 be used to connect a Microphone to one of the sockets of the Microphone Input Each Control Input Module allows eight Module.
  • Page 27 1-8 can be programmed to The great advantage of the connector block distribute an external audio source is that if, for some reason, the SM30 connected to a Microphone Input Control Centre has to be removed, the block Module to zone 1-36 preceded...
  • Page 28: Lbb 1285

    5-pole 180° DIN socket, provides memory. Messages will remain in memory so phantom powering, so that either a Philips long as the power is turned on. If SM30 is electret microphone or a dynamic switched off, a backup battery will enable...
  • Page 29 If the recording is satisfactory, either move the Message Selection slide switch to position ‘2’, and follow the above steps to record the second message. With the Function switch in its lowest (system) position, the recording is ready to be played back via the system when desired. Recording over an Existing Message When a message is recorded, its time duration is stored in memory.
  • Page 30: Lbb 1286

    LBB 1286/10 through the system. When the Function switch is in its top The ability of SM30 to play music, which is (record) or middle (monitor) position, uninterrupted, even though the system is SM30 will not be able to use the Recorded...
  • Page 31 Control Centre. These keys allow the volume level can be seen on the bottom line operator to select the music source; alter the in the display when SM30 is in its normal music volume level up or down; and mute ‘run’ mode. See installer programming the music signal.
  • Page 32: Lbb 1287

    LBB 1287 outputs in the system. This should be taken into consideration when planning the The SM30 system is intended for use with 2 location of the Zone Relay Module(s) in the separate amplifiers, or two separate channels Control Centre.
  • Page 33 12.2 Coupling Zone Relay Modules extra power amplifiers. This can be done in one of several different ways: When more than 1 Zone Relay Module is Unlinked multiple modules. used in a system, the inputs of the modules Separate amplifiers may be used to feed each may be linked together (fig.12.2), so that the Zone Relay Module.
  • Page 34: Lbb 1288

    CONTROL RELAY MODULE (CRM) LBB 1288 The Control Relay module provides SM30 CALL ( ZONE 5,6 ) CALL ( ZONE 1,2,3,4 ) with a set of switching contacts, which can be opened or closed (dependent on the contact, and its terminations) as...
  • Page 35 Input contacts 5 to 8 can be programmed to reason, the SM30 Control Centre has to be activate one, or a group of, Control Relay(s). removed, the blocks have simply to be This means that when the remote switch of unplugged and the wires remain intact.
  • Page 36 PROGRAMMING 14.1 Summary SM30 User Programming program step selection User password CALL STATIONS - number 1-2, 3-4, 5-6 - Keypad 0-6, 7-12, 13-18 - priority number - signal number 00-nn - message number 0,1,2,3,4,1R,2R,3R,4R - control relay number 4-12 - Function key number...
  • Page 37 (programming menus 1 up to 4) of the Programming is carried out using the keys Installer Program, detachable at the rear of on the front panel of SM30 Control Centre. the book. This program is intended, as its A password must be keyed in via the...
  • Page 38 SELECT PROGRAM : CALL STATIONS SELECT ITEM : CALL STATION : X SELECT FUNCTION : SELECT FUNCTION : KEY PAD FUNCTION KEY : F1 - 4 CALLST : X KEYPAD CALLST : X FKEY : X CALLST : X FKEY : X PRIORITY : X MUSIC VOLUME CALL PROGRAMMING...
  • Page 39 14.3 User Programming Signal number “00” means: no signal. If the selected signal number does not exist, 14.3.1 CALL STATIONS the display will show: * NOT EXISTING * Main menu selection SIGNAL : XX Select from the main menu by means of the Pressing any key will return to signal left/right arrow keys: number selection.
  • Page 40 Relay 1 (marked ‘X’) is reserved for the 1.11 F-key Signal number selection activation of error indicators, if a processor failure is detected, and cannot be See program step 1.5. programmed for any other function. Relay 2 (marked ‘X’) is reserved for the 1.12 F-key Pre-recorded Message number activation of error indicators, if a Call selection...
  • Page 41 also be programmed with one of six more broadcasting music. However, adding or functions. The ‘music’ functions are only deleting of zone numbers is possible by available if the Music Input Module is means of the numeric keypad of the Call present.
  • Page 42 MICROPHONES Pre-recorded message number selection Main menu selection This display will be skipped if the Re-corded Select from the main menu by means of the Message Module is not present. left/right arrow keys: Message number can be selected using the MICROPHONES.
  • Page 43 Programming Control Relays This display will be skipped if the Control SELECT PROGRAM : Relay Module is not present in the system. The current setting of Control relays 1-6 is MICROPHONES shown. Shifting the cursor to the right, further than the last position, will display the current setting of relays 7-12.
  • Page 44 14.3.3 CONTROL INPUTS Control input 4 Main menu selection Enables remote select of music source. Pressing the ‘|’ key selects music volume up Select from the main menu by means of the activation, entering ‘O’ continues normal left/right arrow keys: CONTROL INPUTS. call activation (program step 3.8).
  • Page 45 3.12 Call routing to Zones 3.13 Programming Control Relays See program step 1.13. See program step 1.7. SELECT PROGRAM : CONTROL INPUTS SELECT ITEM : CONTROL INPUT : XX 1 - 8 9 - 17 CONTRO L INPU T : XX E NA BLE R EMO TE MUS IC V O LUME: X PRIORITY : X...
  • Page 46 SM30 SYSTEM SPECIFICATION GENERAL The specification relates to a Control Centre with corresponding modules. MICROPROCESSOR HARDWARE EEPROM data storage time : > 10 years RECORDED MESSAGE MODULE data retention : > 30 days audio bandwidth : 320 - 6000 Hz max.
  • Page 47 Click suppression in combination for any module for audio switching : > 60 dB for power on/off switching : > 30 dB mute by on/off switch : > 80 dB Pilot tone 20 kHz sinus asymmetrical volume preset at least : 0.05 - 1 V mute by on/off switch : >...
  • Page 48 M U M MUSI C S M3 0 CONTROL M A X CE NTRE CS T CS M CAL L 1 0 V DL L Limiter L B B 9520/10 Signal 100mV 1 0 m V Noise CS T Noise MI M CS M 100 µ...
  • Page 49 If a Control Relay Module is The current music routing will be displayed. present, an SM30 system fault will Zones which are already selected are deactivate relay 1, providing the possibility indicated on the display by 1, not selected to switch on a remote warning light, buzzer, zones are indicated by a 0.
  • Page 51 SM30 Sound Management System Supplement Instructions for installation LBB 1280 Philips Communication & Security Systems...
  • Page 52: Setup Programming

    CONTENTS page 14.5 Summary SM 30 installer programming 14.6 Setup programming 14.7 Installer programming...
  • Page 53 14.5 Summary SM30 Installer Programming Setup programming steps selection Installer password LANGUAGE SELECT STORE HARDWARE CALL STATION Installer programming stepsselection Installer password POWER-ON DELAY delay time 1-9 sec MUSIC INPUT TEXT music input number 1,2,3 text selection see text LANGUAGE SELECT...
  • Page 54 SETUP PROGRAMMING MAINS "ON" POWER - ON - DELAY "SET-UP MODE" "RUN-MODE" FACTORY SETTING/ WITH / WITHOUT EMPTY MEMORY MUM INSTALLED * SM30 SYSTEM * MEMORY CLEARED SYSTEM IS DOWN ** MUSIC SOURCE ... USER USER INSTALLER INSTALLER PASSWORD SELECT LANGUAGE...
  • Page 55: Installer Programming

    Scrolling through the menu System down can be done with the left/right arrow keys. When an SM30 system is first delivered, the The SM30 system can be programmed now relevant modules have been installed, and by the installer to suit the requirements of the system is switched on, the LCD display the user.
  • Page 56 14.7.5 POWER-ON DELAY This program is intended for battery operated systems where, in order to conserve SELECT PROGRAM : battery power, the amplifier is switched on POWER - ON - DELAY only when a call is made. It causes a time delay (selectable from 1-9 seconds) between pressing the Call Station ‘Press-To-Talk’...
  • Page 57 14.7.6 ALTERNATIVE MUSIC INPUT 14.7.7 SELECTING MENU TEXT LANGUAGE If the music input module is present, the The Setup Program automatically starts with second line of the display shows in the the Select Language menu, see chapter 14.5. normal RUN mode the currently selected If the memory has been already loaded, it is music source and the volume.
  • Page 58 14.7.9 SELECTING AMPLIFIER CONFIGURATION CONFIGURATION To enable the system to check that all The SM30 system is intended for use with 2 modules are communicating with the separate amplifier channels: a music channel processor, the hardware configuration has to and a call channel. It is possible however, to be stored in the memory of the system.
  • Page 59 14.7.10 REMOTE VOLUME CONTROL 10.3 Altering selection MUSIC Selecting STEP or REPEAT can be done This program effects the operation of the with the up/down arrow keys. music volume control, which is activated via the Call Station Function Keys and Control Inputs 1 and 2.
  • Page 60 14.7.11 VOLUME CONTROL ROUTING LIMITS CALL OVERRIDE RELAYS STATION With this function one or more Control This program may be used to prevent Relays (1-12) can be coupled to Zone Relays selection of specific zones via the keypad on (1-6, 7-12, 13-18) for volume override of a Call Station.
  • Page 61 DIRECT ROUTING This program is used to directly activate the SELECT PROGRAM : Zone Relay Module(s) e.g. via an external ROUTING LIMITS fire detection system. Control inputs 1-6, 1-12 or 1-18 can be used to activate loudspeaker zones 1-6, 1-12 SELECT ITEM or 1-18.
  • Page 62: Clearing Memory

    (it will erase all programming) after pressing When the memory is cleared the display will ENTER the display will show: ARE YOU show that the SM30 system is down. The SURE ? installer programming password must be re- PRESS < TO CLEAR...
  • Page 63 15.2 Current mode display ‘Press-To-Talk’ key will broadcast message 2 to zone 4, 5 and 6. The display will show the current mode. 16.1 Main menu selection 15.3 Mode selection Select from the main menu by means of the Selection of the non-interruptable or left/right arrow keys: interruptable mode can be made using the FLEXIBLE KEYS...
  • Page 64 17.1 Main menu selection PROGRAMMING Select from the main menu by means of the The SM30 system with more than 18 left/right arrow keys: loudspeaker zones needs one Module Frame EXTENDED CALL ST. LBB 1291/40 and eventually one or more Extended Call Stations LBB 9568/36 (Call 17.2...
  • Page 65 SE TU P P R OG R AM INSTALLER PASWORD SO FT WAR E VERSION.** S EL ECT PR OG RAM : S EL ECT PR OG RAM : S EL ECT PR OG RAM : S EL ECT PR OG RAM : S EL ECT PR OG RAM : MUSIC INPUT TEXT POWER - ON - DELAY...
  • Page 66 INST AL LE R P RO GR AM S EL ECT PR OG RAM : S EL ECT PR OG RAM : S EL ECT PR OG RAM : S EL ECT PR OG RAM : S EL ECT PR OG RAM : O VER RIDE RE LA YS R OUT IN G LIMITS DIREC T RO UTING...
  • Page 67 INST AL LE R P RO GR AM S EL ECT PR OG RAM : S EL ECT PR OG RAM : S EL ECT PR OG RAM : FLE XIB LE KEYS CT L AL AR M MOD E EXTENDED CALLST CT L AL AR M MOD E SE LE CT IT EM...
  • Page 68 US ER PA SS WO RD SO FT WAR E VERSION.** S EL ECT PR OG RAM : S EL ECT PR OG RAM : MICR O P H O NE S CA LL STA TION S SELECT ITEM : SELECT ITEM : MICROPHONE : X CALL STATION : X...
  • Page 69 U S ER PR O G R AM S EL ECT PR OG RAM : S EL ECT PR OG RAM : S EL ECT PR OG RAM : MICR O P H O NE S C ON TRO L IN PU TS MU S IC R OU T IN G MU S IC R OU T IN G SELECT ITEM :...
  • Page 72 Data subject to changes without notice Printed in the Netherlands 3922 988 33415 20/97...

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    Esiste una versione in italiano del manuale SM30 Sound Management System LBB1280 Philips