3M 2470 user manual

User manual for the device 3M 2470

Device: 3M 2470
Category: Intercom System
Manufacturer: 3M
Size: 0.48 MB
Added : 8/19/2014
Number of pages: 27
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Wired Intercom System
Performance Series
Models 2470 and 2475
Installation Instructions






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FCC Information This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following conditions: • This device must not cause harmful interference. • This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.  3M (IPC) 2002. All rights reserved. Call

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Performance Series Front Matter Revision Record Date Revision Reason For Change 2/02/02 01 Preliminary manual released 4/08/02 02 Preliminary second draft 4/11/02 03 Preliminary third draft 4/15/02 A Manual Released 4/19/04 B Revisions made i

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Front Matter Performance Series Table of Contents System Components.................................................................................... 1 I/O Card and Noise Reduction Module Installation................................ 2 I/O Card Installation ................................................................................................ 2 3M Model A125, Noise Reduction Module, Installation (Optional).................... 3 Component Placement........................

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Performance Series System Components System Components The Performance Series Intercom System consists of: • A minimum of one Model 2475 Station Selector • One Model 2470 Communications Controller • A maximum of 24 Call Stations The system provides two-way audio communication between the Station Selector and the 24 call stations. The system also provides communications between station selectors. It is a single channel, half-duplex, wired system. Figure 1 shows the components.

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I/O Board and Noise Reduction Module Performance Series Installation I/O Card and Noise Reduction Module Installation Be sure the system is powered off! I/O Card Installation 1. Remove 4 screws on each side of the Communications Controller cover. 2. Remove cover. Note: Insert I/O cards beginning from connector J5. Add additional I/O cards sequentially (J6, J7, etc.). 3. Remove slot cover and mounting screw. Refer to Figure 2. 4. Remove all terminal blocks from edge

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Performance Series I/O Card and Noise Reduction Module Installation Be sure the system is powered off!. Refer to Figure 3. 3M Model A125, Noise Reduction Module, Installation (Optional) The optional 3M™ A125 Noise Reduction board (3M part number 78-9236-6453-2) improves the inbound intelligibility of an intercom system by reducing environmental background noise from vehicles, airplanes, noisy intersections, wind, etc. 1. On the A125 circuit board, set the jumpers and switches as foll

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Component Placement Performance Series Component Placement This section describes placement of the Performance Series Intercom System components: Communications Controller For proper system operation, locate the Communications Controller: 1. Near the conduit termination of the Call Station wiring. 2. Near the power source. 3. At least 10 feet away from electrical noise sources such as the following: - large electrical motors (such as air conditioners, freezers, and coolers) - any elect

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Performance Series Component Placement Call Stations For proper system operation, install the Call Stations in locations: 1. Chosen for ease of use. 2. At least 48 inches above the pavement. Note Local codes may dictate placement of call stations. Figure 5. Suggested Call Station Placement Station Selectors For proper system operation, locate the Station Selectors: 1. At locations chosen for maximum efficiency. 2. On counters, mounted on pedestals, or mounted on walls. 3. In dr

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Wiring the System Performance Series Wiring the System Depending on distance, use twisted pair, 14-22 AWG audio cables when wiring the Wired Intercom System, components. Figure 7 shows an overview of the cable types and number of conductors required for each unit. Table 1 shows wire gauge required for different distances between components. We recommend installing a separate power supply transformer (3M part number 78-8095-0910-8), for each Station Selector located over 100 feet from t

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Performance Series Wiring The System Configuration Worksheets Use Configuration Worksheets 1 through 3 (located at the end of this document) to plan and record your system configuration. You can record the system wire locations, wire color scheme, and program settings on the worksheets. Store the worksheets inside the cover of the Communications Controller. Wiring Call Stations Call Station wiring consists of the following for a one-button, four-wire system: • 2 Speaker wires. • Spea

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Initializing the System Performance Series Wiring Communications Controller Figure 9. Connecting P3 to Communications Controller Refer to Configuration Worksheets 2 and 3 to determine the specific wires and connections to be made. 8

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Performance Series Initializing the System Initializing the System System Mode Selection: Before starting the system Initialization process, you must determine the mode of operation. Check the number of speakers at each Multiple Product Dispenser (MPD). Typically, each active side of the MPD is identified as a separate pump: Number of Speakers at MPD Mode of Operation to Use 1 Island Mode 2 Pump Mode Table 2. Determining Mode of Operation Figure 10. Pump Mode and Is

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Initializing the System Performance Series ! Important 1. Initialization will erase all memorized parameters and restore factory default values. 2. If Pump Mode (factory default) is desired, initialization is not required. 3. If software is upgraded, the system must be re-initialized. Pump mode assigns each Call Station to a single number (1 through 24). Initialization instructions Pump mode is used when there are 2 speakers per M.P.D., and each speaker for Pump Mode (factory

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Performance Series Programming the System Programming the System ! Important If you have not selected the mode of operation (Pump or Island) do so now! See System Mode Selection. Programming State To program the Performance Series Intercom System, it is necessary to put the system in the programming state. From this state, the entire system is configured and all memorized parameters are adjusted. To enter the programming state, simultaneously: Press and hold the STD BY key

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Programming the System Performance Series Error Message The system will display one error message: No Communication. This message occurs when there is no communications between the Station ! E R R O R ! Selector and Communications Controller. To correct this: NO COMMUNICATION • Be sure Communications Controller is powered on. • Be sure pins 2 and 3 of J3 on the Communications Controller are connected to pins 2 and 3 of J8 (RS-485 connector) on the Station Selector. Polarity mus

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Performance Series Programming the System A value (On, Off). Default = Off. Enables the VOX (Voice Operated 07:VOX Enable Transmission) feature. {Off} A number (1 to 15 inclusive). Default = 15 (most sensitive). Adjust this value 08:VOX Sensitive to accommodate the ambient noise level at the Station Selector location. Use a {15} lower value for a higher noise environment. A number (1 to 15 inclusive). Default = 08. The outbound voice volume i

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Programming the System Performance Series A value (On, Off) for each Call Station. Default = On. Off will mute music at 16:Music {On } selected Call Station(s). This parameter is used to disable music at any Call S=xy: User Name Station. This parameter is used to disable music or messages at any Call Station. A value (On, Off) for each Call Station. Default = On. Off will disable All 17: All Call {On } Call broadcasts at selected Call Station(s). This parameter could b

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Performance Series Programming the System Key functions are defined below. Keypad Function Definitions (for Text entry) (Programming State) Key Function HOLD (Shift) Shifts between upper and lower case for text data. 3 1 2 UP ARROW Increments data by 1. Fields wrap around. 4 56 DOWN ARROW Decrements data by 1. Fields wrap around. T 7 89 A MENU L 1 Enters the digit 1 for numeric entry. 0 K Enters the following for text entry: SP-389C Unshifted A B C 1 ( Shifted a b

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Programming the System Performance Series Key Function 6 Enters the digit 6 for numeric entry. Enters the following for text entry: Unshifted P Q R 6 _ Shifted p q r 6 | 7 Enters the digit 7 for numeric entry. Enters the following for text entry: Unshifted S T U 7 . Shifted s t u 7 ! 8 Enters the digit 8 for numeric entry. Enters the following for text entry: Unshifted V W X 8 & Shifted v w x 8 @ 9 Enters the digit 9 for numeric entry. Enters the follow


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