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COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
PCS-1
PCS-1P
SYSTEM INTEGRATION MANUAL
1st Edition (Version 2.2 and later)

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  • Page 1 COMMUNICATION SYSTEM PCS-1 PCS-1P SYSTEM INTEGRATION MANUAL 1st Edition (Version 2.2 and later)
  • Page 2 Ce manual est destiné uniquement aux personnes compétentes en charge de l’entretien. Afin de réduire les risques de décharge électrique, d’incendie ou de blessure n’effectuer que les réparations indiquées dans le mode d’emploi à moins d’être qualifié pour en effectuer d’autres. Pour toute réparation faire appel à une personne compétente uniquement. PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Connection via Hub ..................3-1 3-2. Connection via Router ................. 3-3 3-3. Connection via DHCP ................. 3-5 3-4. Connection via Gatekeeper ................. 3-7 3-5. Connection via DHCP and Gatekeeper ............3-9 3-6. Connection beyond NAT ................3-11 3-7. Connection using PPPoE ................3-13 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 4 During Use of Internal MCU Function (Custom: When TCP port number is set to 3000 and when UDP port number is set to 3100) ..................4-2 4-2. Setting of PCS-1 and HUB ................. 4-3 4-3. Audio and Video Input/Output Characteristics ........... 4-3 4-3-1.
  • Page 5: Installation

    Use the measurements below as a guide for the layout of your videoconference room. Top view (horizontal range at maximum zoom- out) 100d 100d (13.12 ft) 5.1 m (16.73 ft) Side view (vertical range at maximum zoom-out) 3.1 m (8.41 ft) 4 m (13.12 ft) PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 6 The ideal directional range of a microphone is shown below. The numeric value is a rough standard. Use the value as the reference of the videoconferencing room used. 1: For internal microphone 2: For extension microphone (PCS-A300) 0.5 to 1 m 120d 3: For extension microphone (PCS-A1) 0.5 to 1.2 m PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 7 Microphone layout examples cause noise. . Avoid covering a microphone with paper, etc., or Microphone built in the PCS-1/1P moving it. If you do either, extreme noise and echo may be heard temporarily by the remote party. In this case, PCS-1/1P wait until the echo disappears.
  • Page 8 The range in which infrared rays reach is a maximum of about 5 m. Connect it with PCS-1/1P using a MONITOR OUT terminal when the infrared light emitter is used in excess of about 5 m.
  • Page 9 Installation range (Reference) If an image is disturbed in the range shown below, bring it near PCS-1/1P with the infrared light emitter of a documents stand turned toward PCS-1/1P. Infrared light emitter PCS-1/1P Infrared light emitter Infrared photosensor Infrared light emitter 3.5 m...
  • Page 10: Operating Environment

    Avoid direct light on the TV monitor. Light intensity on faces should be about 300 lux or more. If an inverter type or brightness-adjustable type of fluorescent lamp is used, the sensitivity of the Remote Commander may deteriorate. Installing the Communication Terminal and Camera PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 11: Flowchart Of Installation

    Power and cable connection, and <Refer to “1-3. System Connections” on page 1-8.> preparation Start the power of the system and <Refer to “1-4. Initialization” on page 1-10.> initialize. Initialize the related block. <“1-5. System Setting” on page 1-17.> PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 12: System Connections

    MONITOR to 100BASE-TX/ MAIN to wall outlet PCS-AC195 10BASE-T AC adaptor Audio S-video UTP cable (category 5, straight) connecting connecting cable cable TV monitor to LAN to S-video input to audio input to a wall outlet supplied not supplied PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 13: When Used In Isdn

    AC adaptor (supplied with the PCS-B768) Front TERMINAL Audio S-video connecting connecting PCS-B768 ISDN Unit cable cable to ISDN 1-6 to ISDN TV monitor ISDN modular cable to S-video input to audio input to a wall outlet supplied not supplied PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 14: Initialization

    . Do not attempt to charge the batteries. . If you do not intend to use the Remote Commander for a long period of time, remove the batteries. . If battery leakage occurs, clean the battery compartment and replace all the batteries with new ones. 1-10 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 15: Turning On/off The Tv Monitor Together With The Communication Terminal

    Terminal If you use a Sony TV, insert the IR repeater under the remote sensor of the TV. Once you set the IR repeater, the TV will turn on or go to standby together with the Communication Terminal when you press the I/O button on the supplied Remote Commander.
  • Page 16: Adjust The Volume Of A Monitor Television

    Adjust the television side after the volume is adjusted on You can fix the Communication Terminal or the Camera to the PCS-1/1P side. your chosen place of installation using the supplied Velcro. 1. Press the volume/bright button of a remote controller 1.
  • Page 17: Turning On

    . The POWER indicator on the camera goes off when the Phone Book system enters standby mode. . If you use a Sony TV monitor with the IR repeater Dial installed under the remote sensor, the TV monitor will enter standby mode together with the Communication Menu Angle Adj.
  • Page 18: When The Power Is First Turned On After Installation

    When only one Set when outputting a signal from the VIDEO OUT monitor television is connected, select “Next” and MONITOR MAIN or SUB terminal of a proceed to step 5. communication terminal. 1-14 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 19 Do not enter the first “0” of an area code. Local code: Enter the local code. Select a blank column and press the Enter button of a remote controller. The setting contents of an item in the above column are then copied. 1-15 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 20 Consult the network administrator when you cannot understand the method of setting on LAN. 12. Press the ↑, ↓, ←, and → buttons of a remote controller and click the “Next” button. Press the Enter button. A confirmation message is then displayed. 1-16 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 21: System Setting

    Set to “On” when making the data conference conforming to T.120 using NetMeeting. Set to “Off” when not making it. H.239 Set to “On” when using the dual video presentation mode based on the H.239 standard. Set to “Off” when not using it. 1-17 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 22 Select the mode for putting the monitor into the standby state or turning on the MODE1 power when a Sony’s monitor is used. Usually, set to “MODE 1”. Control by Far End Set to “On” when receiving the camera control command from the remote party.
  • Page 23 PPPoE connection. Select “Set” when the fixed IP automatically address exists. Primary DNS Enter the IP address of the primary DNS server when “PPPoE DNS” is “Set”. Secondary DNS Enter the IP address of the secondary DNS server when “PPPoE DNS” is “Set”. 1-19 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 24 Far End Camera Select whether to control the camera on the remote party. Control Reject Answer Select “On” when rejecting connection to the access from a remote party during multipoint conference. Select “Off” when permitting connection. 1-20 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 25 The communication state is displayed. Each page is displayed for each connected point. Encryption via Page Encryption via Select whether to encrypt the data connected via LAN. Encryption Set the password when making an encryption conference. Blank Password 1-21 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 26: Flowchart Of Opening Test

    <Refer to “1-6-2. Answering Procedure of ISDN” on page 1-25.> Communicate using LAN? LAN dialing <Refer to “1-6-3. Dialing Procedure of LAN” on page 1-26.> <Refer to “1-6-4. Answering Procedure of LAN” on page 1-28.> LAN answering Opening test completion 1-22 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 27: Dialing Procedure Of Isdn

    ENTER button, screen, and the ON LINE lamp (blue) or press the CONNECT/DISCONNECT ( / ) of a remote blinks. Line I/F controller. ISDN Number of Lines More Options Dial Save 1-23 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 28 Select “OK” using a ← or → button of a remote controller and press the ENTER button, or press the CONNECT/ DISCONNECT ( / ) button of a remote controller again. 1-24 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 29: Answering Procedure Of Isdn

    Meeting starts! Remote disconnection The message of conference termination is displayed on the screen and the current display returns to a Connect launcher menu. Phone Book Dial Menu Angle Adj. Show Help IP:0.0.0.0 ISDN:012345678912 Video:Main Audio:MIC(INT)+AUX 1-25 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 30: Dialing Procedure Of Lan

    “Dialing (LAN)” is displayed on the Dial buttons of a remote controller and press the ENTER button, screen. or press the CONNECT/DISCONNECT ( / ) of a remote Line I/F controller. LAN Bandwidth 1024 Kbps More Options Dial Save 1-26 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 31 Select “OK” using a ← or → button of a remote controller and press the ENTER button, or press the CONNECT/ DISCONNECT ( / ) button of a remote controller again. 1-27 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 32: Answering Procedure Of Lan

    Meeting starts! Remote disconnection The message of conference termination is displayed on the screen and the current display returns to a Connect launcher menu. Phone Book Dial Menu Angle Adj. Show Help IP:0.0.0.0 ISDN:012345678912 Video:Main Audio:MIC(INT)+AUX 1-28 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 33: Maintenance

    3. Select the line type. Select “Line Type” using the ↑, ↓, ←, and → buttons of a remote controller and press the ENTER button. Then, select “LAN” or “ISDN” using ↑ and ↓ buttons and press the ENTER button. PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 34: Lan Communication Test Using Ping

    More Options Dial Save 3. Select “Line Type” using the ↑, ↓, ←, and → buttons of a remote controller and press the ENTER button. Then, select “LAN” using the ↑ and ↓ buttons and press the ENTER button. PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 35: Locating The Components

    . Check that the setting contents of a dial list and system setup are proper. . For bonding connection, check that the ISDN number of the local terminal on the incoming side is properly set (on pages 2 and 3 of an “ISDN setup menu”). PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 36 . Check that a local image is displayed in self-loopback (Section 2-1) on the remote side without any problem. . Check that a remote image on the remote side is displayed during connection with other remote sides. PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 37: Operation Log

    1M byte in a Memory Stick (refer to the saving of system log on page 2-18). Operation log using commercial PC (1) Connect an AUX CONTROL terminal and PC to the right on the front panel of PCS-1/1P. Start the power of PCS-1/1P and PC.
  • Page 38 (1) Click “Start menu”, “Accessories”, “Communications”, and then “HyperTerminal”. (2) Enter “VT100” in “Name”, select any icon, and click the “OK” button. PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 39 (3) Select “COM1” in “Connect using” and click the “OK” button. (4) Set the baud rate as described below and click the “OK” button. Bits per second: 38400 Data bits: Parity: None Stop bits: Flow control: Xon/Xoff PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 40 (5) Click “Capture Text” from a “Transfer” menu. (6) Set the saving place and name of a log file and click “Start”. PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 41 (7) After logging, click “Stop” from “Capture Text” in a “Transfer” menu. (8) Double-click the extracted log file to view a log. PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 42 PC directly using a LAN cross cable. First, connect PCS-1/1P and PC to LAN, or connect them directly using a cross cable and set LAN of IP. After that, transmit ping from PC to PCS-1/1P and confirm that a reply is returned from PCS-1/1P.
  • Page 43 (2) Enter ping, and then enter the IP address of PCS-1/1P after spacing out. Press the [Enter] key and confirm that a reply is returned. After confirmation, close the command prompt. (3) Click “Start menu”, “Accessories”, “Communications”, and then “HyperTerminal”.
  • Page 44 (4) Enter “LAN” in “Name:”, select any icon, and click the “OK” button. (5) Select “TCP/IP (Winsock)” in “Connect using”, enter the IP address of PCS-1/1P in “Host address:”, and click the “OK” button. 2-12 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 45 (6) Click “Capture Text” from a “Transfer” menu. (7) Set the saving place and name of a log file and click the “Start” button. Example of name: PCS-1LOG.txt 2-13 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 46 (8) The message below is displayed on the hyper terminal screen. PCS-1 Telnet Server login: Enter sonypcs and press the Enter key. Password: is then displayed. Press the Enter key again. A log begins to be extracted. (9) After log extraction is completed, click “Stop” from “Capture Text” in a “Transfer” menu.
  • Page 47: Updating Of Software

    Select “Setup” and confirm “Host version” in a information menu. Return to the launcher menu and turn off the power switch on the rear panel of this unit. Turn on the power switch again and reconfirm “Host version”. 2-15 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 48: Service Mode

    For saving of a phone book, loading of a phone book, saving of application, saving of a In the service menu of PCS-1/1P, data can be saved in the communication log, saving of a system log, saving of setting, and loading of setting a commercial Memory Stick or read from a Memory Stick (overwritten in the current data).
  • Page 49 Do not enter commands other than shown in a command column at all times. . Do not enter commands other than described in the table. list. The internal operation mode may be changed in this case. This may change the internal operation mode. 2-17 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 50 All set information items in a set menu are recorded and saved in a Memory Stick. After execution, a file is created in the area below in a Memory Stick. \MSSONY\PRO\TVCONF\SETUP\PCS_STUP.CSV This file can be edited using Microsoft Excel. 2-18 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 51: Compatibility In Lan Network

    LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default (Set to “Custom” when a port number is specified by the network administrator.)
  • Page 52 LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default (Set to “Custom” when a port number is specified by the network administrator.)
  • Page 53: Connection Via Router

    LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default (Set to “Custom” when a port number is specified by the network administrator.)
  • Page 54 LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default (Set to “Custom” when a port number is specified by the network administrator.)
  • Page 55: Connection Via Dhcp

    LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default (Set to “Custom” when a port number is specified by the network administrator.)
  • Page 56 LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default (Set to “Custom” when a port number is specified by the network administrator.)
  • Page 57: Connection Via Gatekeeper

    LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default (Set to “Custom” when a port number is specified by the network administrator.)
  • Page 58 LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default (Set to “Custom” when a port number is specified by the network administrator.)
  • Page 59: Connection Via Dhcp And Gatekeeper

    LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default (Set to “Custom” when a port number is specified by the network administrator.)
  • Page 60 LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default (Set to “Custom” when a port number is specified by the network administrator.)
  • Page 61: Connection Beyond Nat

    LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default (Set to “Custom” when a port number is specified by the network administrator.)
  • Page 62 LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default (Set to “Custom” when a port number is specified by the network administrator.)
  • Page 63: Connection Using Pppoe

    Packet Resend Request: ON Adaptive Rate Control: ON LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default TCP Port Number:...
  • Page 64 Packet Resend Request: ON Adaptive Rate Control: ON LAN Mode: Auto Nagotiation (This mode is changed to a proper mode when mismatching occurs in the mode. Refer to “4-2. PCS-1/1P and Hub setting”.) Port Number Used: Default TCP Port Number:...
  • Page 65: Technical Data

    3100) The port number that PCS-1/1P uses is determined by the value input to TCP and UDP port numbers when the port number used in a LAN setup menu is set as “Custom”. For example, PCS-1/1P uses the port number below during P-P connection when a TCP port number is set to 3000 and when an UDP port number is set to 3100.
  • Page 66: During Use Of Internal Mcu Function

    4-1-3. During Use of Internal MCU Function (Default) PCS-1/1P that operates as internal MCU uses the port number below when the port number used in a LAN setup menu is set as “Default”. The port number that a child-terminal uses is the same as during P-P connection.
  • Page 67: Setting Of Pcs-1 And Hub

    Therefore, if the HUB is set to Full mode, a connection failure or packet loss occurs. The following table shows an example of connection between the PCS-1/1P and Catalyst 2950. When the HUB is set to 100FULL or 10FULL, change the setting of HUB or adjust the PCS-1/1P setting to HUB.
  • Page 68 PCS-1/1P...
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  • Page 70: Remote Motion Picture Display During Multipoint Connection Of Pcs-1/1p

    4-5. Remote Motion Picture Display during Multipoint Connection of PCS-1/1P 4-5-1. Remote Motion Picture Displayed at Each Point in Audio Detection Mode The whole screen at a speaking point is displayed in other terminals. The remote motion picture displayed at a speaking point remains before speaking. Examples at six points are given below.
  • Page 71: Remote Motion Picture At Each Point In Split Mode

    When the previous image displayed in the lower-right position is one in a sub-terminal, it returns to the position immediately after connection. The image in a main terminal moves to the speaker terminal position. Instead, the image in a main terminal moves to the speaker terminal position. PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 72 Image in sub-device A sub-device B main device sub-device A sub-device B sub-device C Image in Image in → sub-device D sub-device D Image in Image in sub-device E main device Image in sub-device C Image in sub-device D PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 73: Display Transition List Of Pcs-1/1p

    4-6. Display Transition List of PCS-1/1P General setup Dual monitor: Off Monitor output: VIDEO OUT In this case, connect a video monitor to the VIDEO OUT MAIN terminal of the main unit. The display transition is as shown below. Transition state...
  • Page 74 Remote motion picture Still picture (4CIF resolution) picture reception (Sub-screen: Local motion picture) continuous still picture reception Still picture (4CIF resolution) Still picture (4CIF resolution) DSB reception Remote motion picture Still picture (XGA resolution) (Sub-screen: Local motion picture) 4-10 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 75: Priority Level List Of Video And Audio Codec

    High-speed bit rate of H.320 (512 K or higher) Sound quality H264/30 fps H263/30 fps H261/30 fps priority G722 G711 G728 Picture quality H264/30 fps H263/30 fps H261/30 fps priority G722 G728 G711 Motion priority H264/30 fps H263/30 fps H261/30 fps G722 G728 G711 4-11 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 76: Conference Connection Format And Its Corresponding Usable Codec List

    4-8. Conference Connection Format and Its Corresponding Usable Codec List H.323 opposed H.320 opposed H.323MCU H.320MCU MIX MCU Cascade Cascade (Only LAN) (Only LAN) Video Interlaced SIF O H.264 MPEG4 H.263 H.261 Audio MPEG4 AAC G.722.1 G.722 G.729 G.728 G.723.1 G.711 4-12 PCS-1/1P...
  • Page 78 Sony Corporation PCS-1 (UC) 2004. 7 22 PCS-1P (CE) E PSNC BCC B2B Solutions Div. ©2003...

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