User manual ELECTRO-VOICE DPC 4000
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PROMATRIX paging stations DPC 4000
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CONTENTS SYSTEM OVERVIEW PAGING STATION FUNCTIONS CONTROL PANEL DPC 4550 CONNECTIONS KEY LABELING OPERATION Selective Call Collective Call Direct Call Gong Signal Text Message General Alarm Selective Alarm Canceling Signals System ON / OFF Program Routing Special Functions INDICATORS PRIORITIES DPC 4350 PAGING STATION EXTENSION FACTORY SETTINGS SPECIFICATIONS WARRANTY 18 20 21 22 24 24 25 25 25 25 25 26 26 26 26 27 27 27 28 29 29 30 31 48
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The PROMATRIX system includes 5 different paging station models and one paging station extension of the DPC 4000 - series. All paging stations employ gooseneck-microphones, 6 or respectively 8 function keys, and a covered alarm key. All paging stations are available with 10, 20, 30, or 50 selection keys. The individual models are listed in the following table: DPC 4106 DPC 4510 DPC 4520 DPC 4530 DPC 4550 DPC 4350 6 function keys 8 function keys + 10 selection keys + alarm key 8 function keys + 20 selection keys + alarm key 8 function keys + 30 selection keys + alarm key 8 function keys + 50 selection keys + alarm key paging station extension with 50 selection keys
The paging stations employ the following common features:
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all functions are processor-controlled non-volatile configuration data FLASH-memory condenser microphone incl. [. . . ] g. : second alarm-pushbutton for transmitting alarm signals into specific areas (selective alarm), or assigning the system ON / OFF function to the key-lock switch. Detailed information and installation instructions are provided in the PROMATRIX user manual.
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12 Microphone By pressing the TALK-button and after the BUSY-LED lights, the integrated gooseneck microphone allows making announcements in pre-selected areas or groups. The optimum distance from the microphone is approximately 8 to 12 inches. The microphone pre-amplifier embodies a limiter to control signal peaks and protect the system against overdrive. A second microphone with TALK-button can be connected to the extension socket (EXT). Assigning the function (area, group) of the external microphone is performed during the configuration via PC. 13 Display Depending on the system's actual operational status, the LCD display with 2 lines and 16 characters, each provides information on time, operation mode, user notes, setting up, fault messages including precise device / module specification, etc.
This is the connection interface for the DPC 4000 Series paging stations to the PROMATRIX system. The 8-pole RJ-45 connector provides power supply, control interface RS-485 and audio connections. The microphone terminal has to be connected to a corresponding wall outlet using the supplied connection cord (3 m).
EXT-socket This socket is mostly used for connecting a DPC4350 paging station extension. Use the supplied network cable (0. 5 m) to connect the DPC4350 to the microphone terminal's EXT-socket. Additionally, when no paging station extension is connected, it is possible to utilize the EXT-socket to connect a second microphone with TALK-button or other external audio signal sources to the paging station. Detailed information is provided in chapter 6. 2. 13 Optionally Available Accessories.
Labeling the keys on the paging stations is done via label-strips, which can be inserted from the side. The label-strips for the 6 respectively 8 function keys are slit in from the right while the selection key strips for 10, 20, 30, or 50 selection keys are inserted from the left. After releasing the TALK-button, the defined selection stays memorized until the user makes any changes. Additionally and in case of a pre-gong signal has previously been programmed, the GONG-LED will light during the transmission of the pre-gong signal.
The announcement is launched into all areas of an installation. During the outgoing call all area and/or group LED's as well as the ALL-LED will light (also refer to "indications"). The TALK-button has to be kept pressed down until the end of an announcement. BUSY-LED indication and the pre-gong signal behave equivalent to what was said for the selective call.
Principally it is possible to assign a direct call to any selection key (area key, group key, ALL-key) during the PCconfiguration. This allows making announcements directly by pressing the desired selection key without the need to press the TALK-key first. For direct calls the BUSY-LED also signals the status of correspondent areas (free, busy with lower priority signal, busy with higher priority signal; see "indications"). When shipped, there is no factory pre-set direct call programmed.
A gong signal can be transmitted into any selectable area or group of an installation. First, the desired areas / groups have to be selected, either using the selection keys (selective gong) or with the ALLkey (general gong). [. . . ] Subsequently pressing the PROGRAM-key or any other function key cancels the program-assign mode. In single-program configuration the music reproduction in all areas of the installation needs to be attenuated for the time of an announcement. In double-program configuration it is possible to transmit the background music program into rooms that are not part of an actual announcement selection. If every line incorporates its own LF-output and separate power amplifier, it is possible to freely mix announcements and background programs.
Generally, it is possible to assign a function to each selection key. [. . . ]
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