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  • Page 1 Language Distribution System Integrus Operation manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    The footprint of the radiator 4.2.3 Ambient lighting 4.2.4 Objects, surfaces and reflections 4.2.5 Position the radiators 4.2.6 Overlapping footprints and black spots Plan an Integrus infrared radiation system 4.3.1 Rectangular footprints 4.3.2 Plan radiators 4.3.3 Cabling Installation Integrus Transmitters...
  • Page 4 Integrus Transmitter Integrus Receiver Test the coverage area Operation Integrus transmitter 9.1.1 Start-up 9.1.2 View transmitter status Integrus Radiators Integrus Receivers 9.3.1 Normal operation 9.3.2 Storage of receiver Integrus Charging Units 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 5 Imperial values of radiators with hardware version higher than 2.00 12.5.3 Metric values of radiators with hardware version lower than 2.00. 12.5.4 Imperial values of radiators with hardware version lower than 2.00. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 6: Safety

    Installation, page 33 and the Safety Instructions which are provided with the mains powered products. Warning! To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at high volume levels for long periods. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 7: About This Manual

    The purpose of this document is to provide information required for installing, configuring, operating, maintaining and troubleshooting an Integrus Language Distribution System. Intended audience This document is intended for installers and users of an Integrus Language Distribution System. Related documentation –...
  • Page 8: Document History

    | About this manual Language Distribution System Document history Release date Documentation version Reason 2013.10.24 V1.3 New document layout. 2013.11.29 V1.4 EOL product information removed. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 9: System Overview

    System Overview System Overview Integrus is a system for wireless distribution of audio signals via infrared radiation. It can be used in a simultaneous interpretation system for international conferences where multiple languages are used. To enable all participants to understand the discussion, interpreters simultaneously translate the speaker's language as required.
  • Page 10 The audio input and interpreter’s module can be mounted in the transmitter housing to connect the transmitter to a wide range of conference systems: – LBB 3422/20 Integrus audio input and interpreters module to connect to analogue discussion and conference systems (such as CCS 900) or to LBB 3222/04 6-channel interpreters desks.
  • Page 11: Integrus Transmitters

    System Overview | en Integrus Transmitters The transmitter is the central element of the Integrus system. It accepts asymmetrical audio sources from a maximum of 32 external channels (dependent on the transmitter type) and can be used with the DCN Next Generation conference system. It can also be used with analogue discussion and interpretation systems (e.g.
  • Page 12 The following sections give more information about the mentioned subject: – Installation: Integrus Transmitters, page 33 – Connection: Connection, page 42 – Configuration: Integrus transmitter, page 48 and Setup the transmitter, page 51 – Operation: Integrus transmitter, page 69 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 13: Audio Input And Interpreter Module

    – LBB 3422/20 Integrus audio input and interpreters module to connect to analogue discussion and conference systems (such as CCS 900) or to LBB 3222/04 6-channel interpreters desks. See the DCN NG operation manual for information of this product (on the DCN NG DVD or the product/DCN system related information section at: www.boschsecurity.com.
  • Page 14: Integrus Radiators

    IREDs becomes too high. Figure 3.4: LBB 4512/00 High Power Radiator (Front view) Red indicator LEDs - Give an indication of the radiator status, see section Integrus Radiators, page 69.
  • Page 15 Output power selection switch - The radiators can be switched between full- and half- power operation. Delay compensation switches - Two 10-position switches to compensate for differences in cable lengths to the radiators. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 16 Washer The following sections give more information about the mentioned subject: – Installation: Medium and High Power Radiators, page 35 – Configuration: Integrus Radiators, page 59 – Operation: Integrus Radiators, page 69 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 17: Integrus Receivers

    Off-state. Battery pack connector - This connection is used to connect the battery pack to the receiver. Charging is automatically disabled when this connector is not used. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 18: Receiver Headphones

    Battery pack or disposable batteries - Either a rechargeable NiMH battery pack (LBB 4550/10) or two disposable A‑-size 1.5 V batteries. The following sections give more information about the mentioned subject: – Installation: Integrus receivers, page 40 – Operation: Integrus Receivers, page 70 Receiver Headphones The headphones connect with the receivers via a 3.5 mm (0.14 inch) stereo jack connector.
  • Page 19: Integrus Charging Units

    Receiver positions - One charging unit can charge up to 56 receivers simultaneously. The following sections give more information about the mentioned subject: – Installation: Integrus Charging Units, page 41 – Operation: Integrus Charging Units, page 71 Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 20: Planning

    4.1.1 IR radiation The Integrus system is based on transmission by modulated infrared radiation. Infrared radiation forms part of the electromagnetic spectrum, which is composed of visible light, radio waves and other types of radiation. It has a wavelength just above that of visible light. Like visible light, it is reflected from hard surfaces, yet passes through translucent materials such as glass.
  • Page 21: Signal Processing

    4.1.2 Signal Processing The Integrus system uses high frequency carrier signals (typically 2-8 MHz) to prevent interference problems with modern light sources (see section The footprint of the radiator, page 23). The digital audio processing guarantees a constant high audio quality.
  • Page 22: Carriers And Channels

    4.1.4 Carriers and channels The Integrus system can transmit up to 8 different carrier signals (depending on the transmitter type). Each carrier can contain up to 4 different audio channels. The maximum number of channels per carrier is dependent on the selected quality modes. Stereo signals use twice as much bandwidth as a mono signals;...
  • Page 23: Aspects Of Infrared Distribution Systems

    The total radiation energy of a radiator is distributed over the transmitted carriers. When more carriers are used, the coverage area gets proportionally smaller. The receiver requires a strength of the IR signal of 4 mW/m per carrier to work Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 24 As shown, the size and position of the footprint depends on the mounting height and angle of the radiator. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 25: Ambient Lighting

    4.2.3 Ambient lighting The Integrus system is practically immune for the effect of ambient lighting. Fluorescent lamps (with or without electronic ballast or dimming facility), such as TL lamps or energy saving lamps give no problems with the Integrus system. Also sunlight and artificial lighting with Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 26: Objects, Surfaces And Reflections

    | Planning Language Distribution System incandescent or halogen lamps up to 1000 lux give no problems with the Integrus system. When high levels of artificial lighting with incandescent or halogen lamps, such as spotlights or stage lighting are applied, you should directly point a radiator at the receivers in order to ensure reliable transmission.
  • Page 27 In rooms with few or no reflecting surfaces, such as a darkened film-projection room, the audience should be covered by direct path infrared Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 28 If the path of the infrared signals is partially blocked, e.g. under balconies, you should cover the 'shaded' area with an additional radiator (see the next figure). Figure 4.16: Radiator for covering seats beneath a balcony 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 29: Overlapping Footprints And Black Spots

    The lower the carrier frequency, the less susceptible the receiver is for differences in signal delays. The signal delays can be compensated by using the delay compensation switches on the radiators (see section Determine the radiator delay switch positions, page 60). Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 30: Plan An Integrus Infrared Radiation System

    | Planning Language Distribution System Plan an Integrus infrared radiation system 4.3.1 Rectangular footprints Determining the optimal number of infrared radiators required to give 100% coverage of a hall can normally only be done by performing a site test. However, a good estimation can be made by using 'guaranteed rectangular footprints'.
  • Page 31: Plan Radiators

    Check whether you have sufficient coverage with the radiators at the intended positions. If not so, add additional radiators to the room. See the figures 4.14, 4.15 and 4.16 for examples of a radiator lay out. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 32: Cabling

    Figure 4.23: Asymmetrical arrangement of radiator cabling (to be avoided) Figure 4.24: Symmetrical arrangement of radiator cabling (recommended) 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 33: Installation

    Figure 5.1: Transmitter with optional mounting brackets and table-top feet Audio input and Interpreter module Figure 5.2: Module slot cover Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 34 Fasten the module's PCB to the distance studs (6). Use the screws (7) provided with the module. Close the transmitter housing. Warning! To prevent damage to the PCB connectors (4), be sure that the connectors are aligned properly before pushing the module in. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 35: Medium And High Power Radiators

    Mount the radiator on top of a horizontal surface, see section Mount radiator on horizontal surfaces, page 40 Secure the radiator with a safety cord, see section Secure the radiator with safety cord., page 40 Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 36: Attach Mounting Plate To The Suspension Bracket

    Figure 5.4: Attaching the plate to the suspension bracket in case of mounting on a floor stand Figure 5.5: Attaching the plate to the suspension bracket in case of wall mounting 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 37: Attach The Suspension Bracket

    15°. 5.3.3 Mount radiator on a floor stand Figure 5.7: Attaching the stud of a floor stand to the suspension bracket of the radiator Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 38: Mount Radiator On A Wall

    The four bolts used to attach the bracket must each be able to withstand a pull-out force of 200 kg (440 lb). The bolts and plugs delivered with the LBB 3414/00 wall bracket are only intended for mounting the unit on a solid brick or concrete wall. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 39 The vertical angle of the radiator can be adjusted between 0 and 90° in steps of 15°. The horizontal orientation of the radiator can be adjusted by loosening the bolt then turning the radiator to the required position. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 40: Mount Radiator On A Ceiling

    This also prevents the unwanted charging of disposable batteries. The battery pack has a temperature sensor which prevents overheating during charging. For more information about charging the battery pack see section Integrus Charging Units, page 71.
  • Page 41: Integrus Charging Units

    Language Distribution System Installation | en Integrus Charging Units Mount charging cabinet on a wall LBB 4560/50 is suitable for either table-top or wall-mounted use. It can be wall-mounted using 5 mm (0.19 inch) screws, with a head diameter of 9 mm (0.35 inch).
  • Page 42: Connection

    See the DCN Next Generation Operating Manual for more information about connecting the transmitter in the optical network. The transmitter needs to be downloaded with the same version firmware via the Central Control Unit. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 43: Connect Other External Audio Sources

    When the cinch audio inputs are used in combination with inputs via the audio interface module, the signals on corresponding channels are mixed. This situation should normally be avoided by using higher‑numbered cinch audio inputs. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 44: Connect An Emergency Signal

    When the network mode is enabled (see section Set network mode (4B), page 52), the emergency signal function is not available when the control unit of the DCN Next Generation conference system is switched off or defective. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 45: Connect To Another Transmitter

    RG59 cable to the radiator signal loop-through input of the slave transmitter. The Transmission mode of the slave transmitter must be set to ‘Slave’ (see section Set transmission (4A), page 52). MASTER SLAVE Figure 6.4: Connecting to another transmitter Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 46: Connect Radiators

    When connecting infrared radiators, do not split the cable, else the system will not function correctly. Analog IR radiators LBB 3510/05, LBB 3511/00, and LBB 3512/00 can be used with Integrus, with the following limitations: –...
  • Page 47 – No automatic cable termination: the termination plug has to be connected to the last radiator in a trunk. – No communication of the radiator status to the transmitter. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 48: Configuration

    C. Overview 3B HW Version C. Settings Serial Number Ch. Names Language list Enquiry Ch. Quality Nr. of Ch. Network Mode 4A Transmission Setup < Back Figure 7.1: Menu overview 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 49: Navigate Through The Menu

    To enter the Setup sub-menu, push and hold the button for at least 3 seconds. To navigate through a sub-menu: Turn the button to move the cursor to the submenu item character. Push the button. The item character and title starts blinking. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 50: Example

    3. Turn to select the 'Channel Quality' sub-menu item (4D). 4. Push to confirm. 5. Turn to move the cursor to the option on the second line. 6. Push to confirm. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 51: Setup The Transmitter

    (*) when applicable. 7.2.1 Main menu The main menu contains the screens to the operational menus (see section Integrus transmitter, page 69) and to the Setup sub-menu (see sections Set transmission (4A), page 52 and higher). Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 52: Set Transmission (4A)

    The Transmission menu item (4A) is used to select which signals will be distributed over the channels. It is also possible to switch all channels off (Standby). When using an Integrus system with a DCN Next Generation system (see section Set network mode (4B), page 52), the transmitter is automatically switched to 'Standby' when the connected DCN Next Generation system is switched off.
  • Page 53: Set Number Of Channels (4C)

    An asterisk (*) is shown when the selected number is not possible because it is higher than the maximum number of channels. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 54: Set Channel Quality And Assign Inputs To Channels (4D)

    * - Mono SQ Set selected channel to mono, standard quality. - Mono PQ Set selected channel to mono, premium quality. - Stereo SQ Set selected channel to stereo, standard quality. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 55: Language List (4E)

    Select to set the channel name per channel manually. 4F Channel 00 00..31 Select the channel to set the name for. * - ‘Floor’, ‘Original’ Use this name for the channel that carries the original floor language. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 56: Disable Or Enable Carriers (4G)

    Room for more channels on same carrier. Menu Item Options Description 4H C.Overview ... Push the button to go to the sub-menu. 4H Carrier n Carrier nr.: 0 ... 7 Select which carrier to view. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 57: Configure Auxiliary Inputs (4I)

    4L). The sensitivity can be set the same for all audio inputs (menu item 4L) or for each audio input separately. Menu Item Options Value Description 4J Level.Aux.L Level: -6 ... +6 dB Set the required sensitivity for the left auxiliary input. 4K Level.Aux.R Level: Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 58: Enable / Disable Ir-Monitoring (4M)

    Status screen. The name can be edited in the Unit Name menu (4O). Menu Item Options Description 4O Unit Name Name: - Free text Assign a user defined name to the transmitter (max. 16 characters). The default name is ‘Transmitter’. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 59: Reset All Options To Factory Default Values (4P)

    When a radiator is in half power mode, half the number of IREDs are switched off, which results in a visible pattern as shown in the next figure. Figure 7.3: IRED pattern of radiator in half power mode. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 60: Set The Delay Switches

    System with one transmitter There are two ways to determine the delay switch positions: – Measuring the cable lengths – Using a delay measuring tool Both methods are described in the next sections. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 61 30+20=50 50*5.6 = 168 280-208=0 0/33=0 20*5.6 = 168 280-112=168 168/33=50.9=5 30*5.6 = 168 280-168=112 112/33=3.39=3 30+20=50 50*5.6 = 168 280-280=0 0/33=0 Table 7.1: Calculation of the cable signal delays Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 62 The next figure and table illustrate the calculation of the signal delays and the delay switch positions. 584 ns 350 ns 237 ns 563 ns 339 ns Figure 7.5: System with five radiators and measured impulse response times 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 63: System With Two Or More Transmitters In One Room

    Turn the delay switches carefully to a new position until you feel that it clicks into position, to prevent that a switch is positioned between two numbers, which would result in a wrong delay setting. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 64 [ns] difference position delay [ns] delay [ns] [ns] Master 0+168=168 593-168=425 425/33=12.88=13 Master 0+280=280 593-280=313 313/33=9.48=9 Master 0+112=112 593-112=481 481/33=14.58=15 Master 0+168=168 593-168=425 425/33=12.88=13 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 65: Systems With More Than 4 Carriers And A Radiator Under A Balcony

    In the next figure the signal path length difference is 12 meter. Add one delay switch position to the calculated switch position(s) for the radiator(s) under the balcony. Figure 7.7: Radiation path length difference for two radiators Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 66: Testing

    The 'Source/volume' screen also displays level meters (two for a stereo source, one for a mono source) for a visual indication of the actual signal strength: = low level, = high level, = overflow. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 67: Integrus Receiver

    Testing during a meeting Set a receiver in the Test-mode and select the highest available carrier. The quality of the received carrier signal is indicated on the display of the receiver (see section Integrus Receiver, page 67). Test all positions and directions (see next paragraph). The quality indication should be between 00 and 39 (good reception).
  • Page 68 If such is the case, disable the lowest two carriers (see section Disable or enable carriers (4G), page 56) and re-check the reception. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 69: Operation

    Integrus Radiators A radiator consists of two IRED panels. Each IRED panel has an amber and a red indicator LED which show the status of the radiator panel Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 70: Integrus Receivers

    When the receiver is not used, disconnect the headphones. This ensures that the receiver is totally switched off and no energy is consumed from the batteries or the battery pack. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 71: Storage Of Receiver

    60% a temperature of less than 25 °C. Integrus Charging Units Ensure that the charging unit is connected to the mains and that it is switched on. Place the receivers firmly in the charging compartments. The charging indicator on the power on/off button of all receivers should illuminate.
  • Page 72: Troubleshooting

    The flashing message will also disappear when the fault has been resolved. See next section how to resolve this problem. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 73: Faultfinding Guide

    If not so, replace the radiator. Both red LED and amber LED are on – IRED panel malfunctions and the radiator of one or both IRED panels of a should be replaced. radiator: Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 74 Receiver discharges very quickly: – Replace the battery pack and check whether the problem is resolved. Bad coverage: – Do the tests as described in Test the coverage area, page 67. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 75: Service Requests

    3C FPGA Version e.g. 2.00.00 Shows the version number of the FPGA software of the transmitter board. 3D FW Version e.g. 1.00.0001 Shows the version number of the transmitter firmware. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 76: Maintenance

    | Maintenance Language Distribution System Maintenance The Integrus system requires a few maintenance operations, which are given in the following table. Integrus component Interval Check Rechargeable battery Regularly after three The batteries are not leaking. pack years. Replace the battery if there is any sign of leakage or corrosion.
  • Page 77: Technical Data

    Emergency switch connector Emergency control input Headphone output 32 ohm to 2 kohm HF input Nominal 1 Vpp, minimum 10 mVpp, 75 ohm HF output 1 Vpp, 6 VDC, 75 ohm Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 78: Radiators And Accessories

    | Technical Data Language Distribution System Integrus Audio Input and Interpreters module Audio input level with AGC -16.5 dBV (150 mVeff) to +3.5 dBV (1500 mVeff) Audio input level without AGC -4.4 dBV (600 mVeff) Asymmetric input impedance ≥ 10 kohm DC input impedance ≥...
  • Page 79 2.4 V Capacity 1100 mAh Charging Units Mains voltage 100-240 Vac, 50-60 Hz Power consumption 300 W (56 receivers charging) Power consumption (standby) 17 W (no receivers in the charging unit) Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 80: Cables And Connectors

    Earphones: 3.5 mm Jack plug Tip (1) Signal left Ring (2) Signal Right Sleeve (3) Electrical ground/screen Emergency switch: Terminal block Connect the emergency switch to pin 1 and 2. 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 81: Mechanical Data

    Brackets for 19” rack mounting or fixing to a tabletop Detachable feet for free-standing on a tabletop Color Charcoal (PH 10736) with silver Integrus audio input and interpreters module Mounting Front panel is removed when used with INT‑TX Integrus Transmitter Dimensions (H x W x D)
  • Page 82: Receivers, Battery Packs And Charging Units

    230 x 690 x 530 mm (9 x 27 x 21 in) LBB 4560/50 130 x 680 x 520 mm (5 x 27 x 20 in) Weight excl. receivers LBB 4560/00 15.5 kg (34 lb) 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 83: Ambient Conditions

    Affixed with the CE mark According to harmonized standard EN 55103‑2 Mains harmonics According to harmonized standard EN 55103‑1 Environmental requirements Contains no banned substances as specified in RoHS Directive. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 84: Rules And Standards

    Conforms to IEC 60914, the international standard for conference systems – Conforms to IEC 61603 part 7, the international standard for digital infrared transmission of audio signals for conference and similar applications 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 85: Guaranteed Rectangular Footprints

    LBB 4511/00 at full power LBB 4512/00 at full power 1643 11,5 1440 10,5 1026 -0,5 -6,5 1519 12,5 1189 -1,5 -10,5 1364 1140 -1,5 -10,5 -0,5 -5,5 -6,5 -1,5 -7,5 -10,5 Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 86 (The mounting height is the distance from the reception plane and not from the floor). Nr = Numberof carriers A= area [m W= width [m] H = mounting height [m] L= length[m] X= offset [m] a = mounting angle [degrees] 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 87: Imperial Values Of Radiators With Hardware Version Higher Than 2.00

    3871 7728 4018 7728 3174 6072 1911 3696 1677 2548 1296 1849 3528 7038 3038 5214 2392 4092 2116 3481 2744 5451 2401 4761 2016 3871 2016 4018 1764 3174 Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 88 (The mounting height is the distance from the reception plane and not from the floor). Nr = Numberof carriers A= area [ft W= width [ft] H = mounting height [ft] L= length[ft] X= offset [ft] a = mounting angle [degrees] 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 89: Metric Values Of Radiators With Hardware Version Lower Than

    Language Distribution System Technical Data | en 12.5.3 Metric values of radiators with hardware version lower than 2.00. LBB 4511/00 at full power LBB 4512/00 at full power 1269 1196 1288 1080 Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 90 (The mounting height is the distance from the reception plane and not from the floor). Nr = Numberof carriers A= area [m W= width [m] H = mounting height [m] L= length[m] X= offset [m] a = mounting angle [degrees] 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 91: Imperial Values Of Radiators With Hardware Version Lower Than

    3312 6195 3450 6732 2666 5015 1794 3068 1404 2116 1089 1521 2852 5890 2537 4425 2107 3304 1521 2704 2107 4464 2116 3481 1716 3312 1560 3450 1518 2666 Bosch Security Systems B.V. Operation manual 2013.11 | V1.4 |...
  • Page 92 (The mounting height is the distance from the reception plane and not from the floor). Nr = Numberof carriers A= area [ft W= width [ft] H = mounting height [ft] L= length[ft] X= offset [ft] a = mounting angle [degrees] 2013.11 | V1.4 | Operation manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
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