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  • Page 1

    Philips Communication & Security Systems INST ALLA TION INSTR UCTIONS 1 GENERAL INFORMATION For a detailed description of DP 6000 paging calls refer to Installation Instruction No. 63 for the High Performance Control Desk (LBB 5800). 1.1 Description Philips Personal Security System PS 6000 combines paging functions with portable alarm facilitie[...]

  • Page 2

    During programming, the desk display will show the program information as it is entered. Use the DIRECT CALL key of the desk to select the correct FCP number (if more than one connected ) the PROGRAM key to enter the selected data and scroll on to the next command. If a call string is selected and the RESET key is pressed, this will allow you to ed[...]

  • Page 3

    3 FCP PROGRAMMING 3.1 PS 6000 menu selection To enter the PS 6000 menu, OPEN THE DESK EDITOR, SELECT and PRESS key “A”as shown in para. 2.3 and observe the correct display indication. DISPLAY “PS menu” When the PS 6000 menu is opened, the following sub menus can be selected to program the FCP. KEYSTROKE SUB MENU C Communications/Initialisat[...]

  • Page 4

    COMMMAND “3” - ALLOCATE ADDRESS DISPLAY SHOWS “GIVADR (1/0)” Keystroke “1” - Will give the connected uninitialised FCP the lowest free (unallocated) address automatically.(see also Command 4) After the keystroke the desk will return to the communication menu Eronneous keystokes will generate the error bleep and return to the “Comm. me[...]

  • Page 5

    4.3 Address Status Changing within Command “4” (STA FCP NR.) Submenu: The following gives the correct key selections necessary to move from one status to another: FROM TO KEY IN FROM TO KEY IN “Present” “Allocate” 0 - 1 “Unalloc” “Present” 1 - 1 “Present” “Unalloc” 0 - 2 “Unalloc” “Allocate” 1 - 1 - 0 - 1 “Pres[...]

  • Page 6

    5.3 EDITING THE ALARM CALL STRING The display will show “FCP Nr., Channel Nr., “a” and the call string (e.g. 0105a - - - - - - - - - -). The alarm call data can be edited using the hex. key pad (Address- 4 digits / Codinf -1 digit / Info - 5 digits). This call will be transmitted if: a) An internal relay is programmed. b) The alarm call is en[...]

  • Page 7

    5.8 MANUAL ACKNOWLEDGE TIME The display will show “FCP Nr. and Channel Nr. followed by “ack. time” followed by the programmed time (e.g. 0105 ACK TIME - - - ) Enter the desired time from 000 - 254 seconds (The time may not be set to 255 seconds) Press the PROGRAM key. The display will show “Update?” A further PROGRAM keystroke will update[...]

  • Page 8

    The display will now show “Sel. Chan. Nr”, select the channel to be edited (01 - 16) and the display will show the programmed auto scan status of the channel e.g. “e c xx a m yy - 1 - zz” Location = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Where e = auto scan enabled (or “d” for auto-scan disabled) c = codinf value for an auto scan with manual acknowledge (see ta[...]

  • Page 9

    8.1 FUNCTION ASSIGNMENT The display will now show the current setting of the FCP e.g. Function position - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Display shows - “A I I S I I I xx y” (xx = FCP Nr. ; y = Relay Nr.) Enter the required status by keying in position Nr. 1 - 7, followed by keystrokes “0” or “1” Keystroke “0” inhibits the function and the displ[...]

  • Page 10

    9. WIRING DETAILS X1 - 9-pin D-type socket for connection to the High Performance desk (LBB 5800) Pin No. Function 1 +12 V power supply from the desk (fused at 1 AT) 2 not connected 3 not connected 4 RS 422 serial int. B (extra 220 Ohm) 50 V 6 + 12 V power supply from the desk (fused 1 AT) 7 not connected 8 RS 422 serial int. A (extra 220 Ohm) 90 V[...]

  • Page 11

    PS 6000 and DP 6000 SYSTEM WIRING Installation details of the various units in the PS 6000 system can be found in the relevant Installation Instructions:(see contents) INST ALLA TION INSTRUCTION 69 DP 6000 DIGIT AL P AGING SYSTEM Page 11/15 December 1997 1 16 1 16 1 16 1 16 1 16 1 16 1 16 PSU* PSU* PSU* 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 PSU* PSU* TX RX DESK Control d[...]

  • Page 12

    DP 6000 DIGIT AL P AGING SYSTEM INST ALLA TION INSTRUCTION 69 December 1997 Page 12/15 Enter Light Menu Recall Alarm P Enter Light Menu Recall Alarm P Enter Light Menu Recall Alarm P Control Desk LBB 5800 RS 422 Cable Extended Systems Max. 32 Field Control P anel LBB 6005 Master Storage Rac ks LBB 6151/01. Max. 5 slav es LBB 6151/00?[...]

  • Page 13

    INST ALLA TION INSTRUCTION 69 DP 6000 DIGIT AL P AGING SYSTEM Page 13/15 December 1997 TABLE 1 FCP DEFAULT VALUES FUNCTION DEFAULT VALUE FCP Address (not inialised) h “50” Relay 1, 2, 3, function assignment I I I I I I I Relay 1, 2, 3, delay time 30 seconds Relay 1, 2, 3, pulse time 00 (pulse inhibit) Relay 1, 2, 3, standby status energised Rel[...]

  • Page 14

    DP 6000 DIGIT AL P AGING SYSTEM INST ALLA TION INSTRUCTION 69 December 1997 Page 14/15 TABLE 3 The codinf value transmitted by the PST during any kind of acknowledge/alarm call is assigned a particular status in the FCP. This TABLE lists the codinf digit and status of the each in the FCP. CODINF DIGIT FUNCTION 0 The alarm LED status is updated to ?[...]

  • Page 15

    INST ALLA TION INSTRUCTION 69 DP 6000 DIGIT AL P AGING SYSTEM Page 15/15 December 1997 12 3 5 4 6 7 8 9 10 15 14 13 12 11 16 Key to symbols 1. Handset (LBB 5804 optional) : Can be use instead of the desk microphone and speaker 2. Display window : LCD to display 16 digit information 3. Power On indicator (LED) : Green 4. Transmission On indicator (L[...]