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User and Programming Manual

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  • Page 1

    Carephone 50 ISA-50-MS User and Programming Manual...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Emergency Call to a Private Phone Cleaning Device Acknowledgements 10.1 Light Signals 10.2 Voice Messages of the HTS50 Installation 11.1 Placing the HTS50 11.2 Connecting the HTS50 11.3 Connection Configuration 11.4 De-installation Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 4

    Programming Procedure 12.6 The Main Programming Steps 12.7 Resetting the HTS50 to its factory defaults Maintenance Conformity Replacing the Backup Battery Battery Disposal Technical Specifications Appendix 18.1 Drilling Template 18.2 Programming Tables ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 5: Safety Notes

    Do not attempt to open the unit or the power adapter. For repairs, contact your Bosch dealer. When unplugging the unit from the power outlet, never pull on the power cord but always grip the power adapter.

  • Page 6: Features

    The HTS50 can be connected to up to 10 RF detectors. The unit can also be programmed to initiate service calls (e.g. "meals on wheels") at the touch of a button. ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 7: Scope Of Delivery

    Carephone 50 Scope of Delivery | en 7 Scope of Delivery HTS50 RF transmitter Power adapter Telephone cord Getting started guide Quick programming guide User and programming manual Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 8: Unit Description

    If you require help, press the emergency call button. The call will be answered either by a person at the social alarm monitoring centre or the private individual who takes the emergency call. ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 9: S Button

    "meals on wheels". When this function is activated, press the S button until you hear the announcement service call. The service call number is dialled. Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 10: Rf Transmitter

    Section 5.2 S Button, Page 9. CAUTION! The radio range between the RF transmitter and the HTS50 depends largely on the environment in which the devices are used. Test the range within your own home environment! ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 11: Taking Phone Calls

    Taking phone calls with the RF transmitter To take a phone call with the RF transmitter, press your RF transmitter when the phone rings. To terminate the call, press your RF transmitter again. Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 12: Emergency Call To A Call Centre

    RF detector, and who made it. The announcement can be repeated as often as required by pressing the 2 key on the phone. ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

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    1 at the right time, the call will not be properly processed. The HTS50 will automatically dial the next emergency call number when the existing emergency call has been cancelled. Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 14: Cleaning

    – If necessary, remove the top cover of the HTS50 and clean the spaces in between the buttons. The buttons can be detached by applying light pressure. ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 15: Device Acknowledgements

    Listen (display for the (0.1s/2s) hearing-impaired) Repeat emergency If the emergency call is (0.5s/0.5s) call active not acknowledged, a new emergency call is made to the centre when the programmed time elapses Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 16: Voice Messages Of The Hts50

    Service call When the S button is pressed, if it is programmed as a service button. Stop When the S button is pressed during the pre- alarm. The emergency call is cancelled. ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

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    (X is the transmitter number) Failure three-X Radio link monitoring faulty. The indicator lamp in the daily button continues to flash until the message has reached the centre. (X is the transmitter number) Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 18: Installation

    The wall bracket stabilises the HTS and makes installation easier. ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 19

    Mount the HTS50 by locating the screws in the holes provided in the base of the HTS. Adjust the screw depth so that the unit can be mounted safely on the screws. Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 20: Connecting The Hts50

    Insert the plug on the telephone cord into the socket on the HTS50. To prevent strain on the cord, feed it through the cable channel and then through the opening on the back of the unit. ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 21

    CAUTION! The backup battery will now be charged up. The battery is fully charged after 12 hours. The unit's full volume will not be available until the battery is fully charged. Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 22: Connection Configuration

    CAUTION! With a private branch exchange (PABX) there is no guarantee that an ongoing call connection will be automatically interrupted by the emergency call. For more information, please contact your PABX supplier. ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 23: De-installation

    This also shuts down the battery. NOTE! If you remove the power plug from your power outlet, the unit will announce a power failure. The unit will automatically switch over to battery operation. Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 24: Programming

    The centre can now upload preset parameters to your HTS or it can poll the unit's programming status and change it. NOTE! Only an approved BOSCH social alarm call centre can guarantee that all parameters will be correctly programmed. Programming with a programming unit The HTS50 can be programmed with a programming unit and the associated PC software.

  • Page 25: Programming In Steps

    12.2 Programming in Steps The whole programming process of the HTS50 consists of individual programming steps. These programming steps are defined by BOSCH and numbered 01 to 99. A programming step consists of a number and associated settings. Example: –...

  • Page 26: Opening The Unit

    10 minutes. The unit announces: Set-up ended 0 to 9 Enter the programming data The unit announces the program step’s current content Cancels programming, saved data is not lost Switch off backup battery Reset factory defaults ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 27: Programming Procedure

    Enter the new setting as required. Press the C key to confirm your entries. The HTS automatically goes to the next programming step. To leave the programming mode, Press the * key twice. Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 28: The Main Programming Steps

    Enter the language setting which you require. Press C. The HTS is now ready for further programming. NOTE! You can select your language as soon as you hear it without listening to the whole announcement. ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 29

    After entering the call number, you enter the call destination, e.g. the social alarm call centre. You program: 0 = social alarm call centre (Bosch protocol) 4 = to phone NOTE! After programming step 19 the HTS goes to programming step 10.

  • Page 30

    (every 31 hours). A fault message is sent to the centre if the HTS50 does not receive this signal at least once a week. You program: 0 = radio link monitoring off 1 = radio link monitoring on ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 31

    The service call and technical messages do not use this function. The call destination must be a social alarm call centre. The function is deactivated by selecting a blank call number or a call number with the telephone. Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 32

    1 = HTS registers call with call tone 2 = HTS registers call with loud call tone 3 = HTS registers call with soft call tone 4 = HTS registers call with no call tone (the phone rings) ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 33

    The pre-alarm time of the HTS50 can be programmed in steps of 10 seconds. This is the time within which an emergency call that has been initiated can still be stopped. Select a setting between 0 and 6. 0 = Off. Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 34

    The unit advances to programming step 82. You can now proceed to program the function of RF detector 92, and so on. NOTE! After programming step 89 the unit advances to programming step 80. ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 35

    NOTE! Make a note of the code numbers in the corresponding box in the programming table, see Section 18.2 Programming Tables, Page 42. WARNING! Resetting the unit will delete all registered RF detectors. Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 36: Resetting The Hts50 To Its Factory Defaults

    The RF transmitter that is supplied with the unit uses the frequency specially reserved for social alarm calls in Europe. We, Bosch Security Systems, declare that the above mentioned products are manufactured in compliance with Annex II (Telephony) / IV (RF Transmission) of Directive 5/1999/EC.

  • Page 37: Replacing The Backup Battery

    Disconnect the plug on the battery cable from the socket (2). Now plug the cable of the new battery into the socket. Place the new battery in the unit. Close the bottom cover. Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 38: Battery Disposal

    Battery distributors are required by law to take back spent batteries; they must not be thrown away as household waste. Please return used (rechargeable) batteries to your specialist retailer or take them to a recycling centre intended for this purpose. ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 39: Technical Specifications

    Environmental class Programmable call numbers 10 call numbers with up to 22 digits and freely assignable to any type of triggering (triggering groups) Max. number of RF transmitters Volume settings 8 levels Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 40

    55 x 160 x 230 mm (H x W x D) Weight Approx. 0.7 kg Housing colour Similar to Pantone 430 U Protection class IP32 (IP30 wall mounting), IP67 RF pendant Ambient temperature range +5 °C to +40 °C Humidity ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 41: Appendix

    Carephone 50 Appendix | en 41 Appendix 18.1 Drilling Template Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

  • Page 42: Programming Tables

    42 en | Appendix Carephone 50 18.2 Programming Tables ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02 User Manual Bosch Security Systems...

  • Page 43

    Carephone 50 Appendix | en 43 Bosch Security Systems User Manual ISA-50-MS V2 I 2008.02...

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    Bosch Security Systems Ltd Broadwater Park North Orbital Road Denham UB9 5HN Tel: +49 (0) 1895-878088 +49 (0) 1895-878089 uk.securitysystems@bosch.com www.boschsecurity.co.uk © Bosch Security Systems Ltd, 2007...

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