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NOTICE 358 B

LIFT INTERCOM SYSTEM V2


(2-WIRE BUS)

OTIS

AMPHITECH
1, rue Robert et Sonia Delaunay
75011 PARIS FRANCE
Tl. SAV : 01.43.67.96.74
Fax. : 01.43.67.13.97

28 SEPTEMBRE 2006

LIFT INTERCOM SYSTEM V2

NOTICE 358 B

CONTENTS
1.

PRESENTATION...............................................................................................................................................3
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.

2.

FEATURES OF THE 2-WIRE BUS ..........................................................................................................................3


EXAMPLE OF AN INTERCOM NETWORK WITH ONLY 2 MODULES .............................................................................3
EXAMPLE OF AN INTERCOM NETWORK WITH MORE OF 2 MODULES .......................................................................3
THE DIFFERENT MODULES .................................................................................................................................4
WIRING..............................................................................................................................................................5

2.1. PRECAUTIONS ..................................................................................................................................................5


2.2. CAR MODULE X(REM&SSM) / FIREFIGHTER (F_A 512 AC3), E&I PANEL (F_A 512 AC7) ..............................5
2.3. CAR MODULE 28 (F_A 512 AC4)......................................................................................................................6
2.3.1. The 2-wire bus wiring ..............................................................................................................................6
2.3.2. The pictograms, inductive loop amplifier and filtering input wiring .........................................................7
2.4. CAR MODULE REM /& SSM (F_A 512 AC5) ...................................................................................................8
2.5. CAR MODULE REM /& SSM (F_A 512 AC6) ...................................................................................................9
2.5.1. The 2-wire bus wiring ..............................................................................................................................9
2.5.2. The pictograms, inductive loop amplifier and filtering input wiring .......................................................10
2.6. MACHINE ROOM OR PORTERS MODULE (F_A 512 AC8)...................................................................................11
2.7. SIMPLIFIED CAR MODULE (F_A 512 AC1 AND F_A 512 AC2) ..........................................................................11
3.

CONFIGURATION OF THE MODULES .........................................................................................................12


3.1. DIP SWITCHES ...............................................................................................................................................12
3.2. ADDRESS AND MODULE TYPE SETTING .............................................................................................................12
3.3. EXAMPLES OF SETTING ...................................................................................................................................13
3.3.1. Car module, address 1 :........................................................................................................................13
3.3.2. Firemans module 81-72, address 1 : ...................................................................................................13
3.3.3. Firemans module, address 10 :............................................................................................................13
3.3.4. Porters module, address 2 : .................................................................................................................13
3.3.5. Car module REM &/ SSM, address 3 : .................................................................................................13

4.

THE ACOUSTIC INDUCTIVE LOOP AMPLIFIER (F_A 512 AB1) SETTING ...............................................13

5.

INITIALISATION..............................................................................................................................................14

6.

OPERATION....................................................................................................................................................14
6.1. EMERGENCY CAR CALLS:.................................................................................................................................14
6.2. CALLS FROM A PORTERS OR MACHINE ROOM F_A 512 AC8 TO A CAR ..............................................................14
6.3. CALLS FROM A FIREMANS F_A 512 AC3 TO THE ASSOCIATED CAR ...................................................................14
6.3.1. In X81-72 operation mode: ...................................................................................................................14
6.3.2. In EN 81-72 fire fighter mode :..............................................................................................................14
6.4. CALLS FROM AN E&I PANEL F_A 512 AC7 TO THE ASSOCIATED CAR................................................................15
6.5. ADJUSTING THE ATTENTION TONE FOR THE PORTERS AND MACHINE ROOM F_A 512 AC8 .................................15
6.6. PROLONGING THE COMMUNICATION PERIOD .....................................................................................................15
6.7. FUNCTION OF THE PICTOGRAMS IN INTERCOM OPERATION .................................................................................15
6.8. CALL FILTERING ..............................................................................................................................................15
6.9. VOLUME .........................................................................................................................................................15
6.10.
ACOUSTIC INDUCTIVE LOOP AMPLIFIER .........................................................................................................15
6.11.
RESET ........................................................................................................................................................15

7.

MEASUREMENTS ..........................................................................................................................................16
7.1.
7.2.
7.3.
7.4.
7.5.

SIMPLIFIED CAR MODULE REM (F_A 512 AC1 AND F_A 512 AC2) .................................................................16
CAR / FIREMANS MODULE (F_A 512 AC3 TO F_A 512 AC6) ..........................................................................16
E&I PANEL MODULE (F_A 512 AC7)...............................................................................................................17
MACHINE ROOM / PORTERS MODULE (F_A 512 AC8) .....................................................................................17
ACOUSTIC INDUCTIVE LOOP AMPLIFIER (F_A 512 AB1) ....................................................................................18

8.

ANNEXE 1 : Example of intercom network with only 2 modules..............................................................19

9.

ANNEXE 2 : Example of intercom network with more of 2 modules........................................................20

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1. PRESENTATION
This 2-wire bus inter-communication system has been designed for emergency calls from elevators. The
system allows establishing a network of inter-communication between a car and a porter, the machine
room / E&I panel or firemans. Additionally to intercom, a specific module allows to interface the REM in
car. Several cars can be link to the same network. The setting of different modules is easily done by DIP
switches. Using only one pair and only one power supply makes the installation very simple.
The new generation of intercom modules V2 complies with the European standards EN 81-28, EN 8170 (call filtering, 2 pictograms outputs, compatibility with an acoustic inductive loop amplifier
F_A 512 AB1) and EN 81-72 (fire fighter lifts).

1.1. Features of the 2-wire bus


POWER SUPPLY ONLY 2 MODULES
POWER SUPPLY MORE OF 2 MODULES
LENGTH OF CABLE
NUMBER OF CARS
MODULES SETTING

12 VDC
12 VDC with a choke on 2-wire bus (F_A628H1)
500 m from the power source
12 (6 in EN 81-72 operation mode)
DIP Switches

1.2. Example of an intercom network with only 2 modules


Car

E&I Panel (or machine room or fireman or porters)

2 wires (Bus + / Bus-)


Power supply
12 VDC
connected to
module 1 or 2

1.3. Example of an intercom network with more of 2 modules


Car 1

Car 2

Machine
Room

Power supply F_A628H1

Fireman 1

Porters
Lodge

Fireman 2

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1.4. The different modules


3D View

Designation

Code

Simplified car module V2 (No intercom


available)

rf : F_A 512 AC1

Simplified car module V2 (No intercom


available) EARAID compatible

rf : F_A 512 AC2

Car module V2 (only intercom available) or


Firemans module V2

rf : F_A 512 AC3

Car module 28 V2 (only intercom available)


(LED commands, EARAID compatible)

rf : F_A 512 AC4

Car module V2 (intercom and REM &/ SSM)

rf : F_A 512 AC5

Car module V2 (intercom and REM &/ SSM)


EARAID compatible

rf : F_A 512 AC6

E&I Panel module

rf : F_A 512 AC7

Machine room or porters module

rf : F_A 512 AC8

Acoustic inductive loop amplifier

rf : F_A 512 AB1

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2. WIRING
2.1. Precautions

The installation of a network with more of 2 modules needs use of a 12 V power supply
including a choke (F_A628H1).
Different modules must be connected by a 1-pair cable (*), minimum 0,5 mm.
The bus cable must be separated from high voltage cables (48 V 380 V).
No modules must be installed near the power drive.
The bus wires must neither be lead through the controller cabinet nor through the mains terminal
connections.

(*)If the distance between the power supply and the furthest module exceeds 250 m, or if the
installation is in an unsettled environment, the use of a shielded cable is recommended.
The shield must be connected to 0 VDC in the power supply and the shield must be open in
the other end and must not touch ground anywhere in the installation.

2.2. Car module X(REM&SSM) / Firefighter (F_A 512 AC3), E&I PANEL (F_A 512 AC7)
Volume adjustment

Power giver module

B02
B01

Power receiver module

B04

Alarm button NC
(dry contacts)

B03

B01

B03
B04

CAR
F_A 512 AC3
BUS +
Intercom Bus +
BUS Intercom Bus +12 VDC
Power supply +
0 VDC
Power supply ALB+ / BP+ Alarm button - ALB (NC)
ALB- / BP- (dry contacts)
CP+
X
CP-

FIREMAN
F_A 512 AC3
Intercom Bus +
Intercom Bus Power supply +
Power supply -

E&I PANEL
F_A 512 AC7
Intercom Bus +
Intercom Bus Power supply +
Power supply -

Push-to-talk button (NO)

Firemans switch (NO)

Connect the different modules according to the chart above.


Set type and address with the DIP switches.
B03 and B04 must be connected to dry contacts.
The FIREMANS or E&I PANEL modules must have the same address as the Car module they
are associated with.
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2.3. Car module 28 (F_A 512 AC4)


2.3.1. The 2-wire bus wiring
Pictograms power supply
12 VDC
external

B07

Volume adjustment

B05

Setting without inductive loop

B09

Setting with inductive loop

B06
B02
Power giver module

B01

Power receiver module

B08

Alarm button NC
(dry contacts)

B03

B01

B03

B05

B06
B08

BUS +
BUS +12 VDC
0 VDC
ALB+ / BP+
ALB- / BP+
S1
S2
S+
SE+ / E-

Car Module F_A 512 AC4


Bus +
Bus Power supply +
Power supply Alarm button - ALB (NC) (dry contacts)
+12 VDC
0 VDC
Output 1 (50mA max) yellow pictogram
Output 2 (50mA max) green pictogram
Power supply pictograms
Common -pole (external)
Acoustic inductive loop amplifier
Filtering input (from 5 to 120 V AC/DC)

Connect the different modules according to the chart above.


Set type and address with the DIP switches (see chapter 3).
B03 must be connected to dry contacts.
In car module setting, to enable filtering, put DIP switch 6 ON.

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2.3.2. The pictograms, inductive loop amplifier and filtering input wiring
Power supply 12 VDC
for pictograms and
inductive loop amplifier
12 Vdc

Lamps power = External power


1

(*)

BO 7
ET

0 Vdc

Lamps power = Internal12Vdc

Alarm has been activated

Or

Alarm has been


registered

+
S- S+ S2 S1

External
Lamps Power

BO 5

Internal lamps power 12 Vdc

BO 2

Power receiver module

Filtering voltage input


E+
E-

0 VDC

+ 12 VDC

BUS -

BO 3

CP CP +

BP ALB -

ALB +
BP +

5 to 110V
ac/dc

BO 8

BO 1
BUS +

Type

Power giver module

ON

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

BO 6

Inductive loop

Adresse

External lamps power 24Vdc

Mic
FM/E&I/CAR

(*) : The 12 VDC power supply is used only for the EN 81-28 functions, i.e. the
pictograms and the inductive loop amplifier which can consume up to 400 mA during
communication.

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2.4. Car module REM /& SSM (F_A 512 AC5)

B02

Power giver module


Power receiver module

Volume adjustment

B01
Alarm button
(dry contacts)

B03

B04

Connect the intercom bus to terminal 1 (Bus+) and 2 (Bus-) B01


Set type and address with the DIP switches (see chapter 3)
CAR Module REM
F_A 512 AC5

B01

B03
B04

BUS +
BUS +12 VDC
0 VDC
ALB+
ALBHP +/MIC +/VR +/SSM +/-

Bus +
Bus Power supply +
Power supply Alarm button - ALB (NC) (dry contacts)
REM loudspeaker
REM microphone
REM input
Speech synthesizer

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2.5. Car module REM /& SSM (F_A 512 AC6)


2.5.1. The 2-wire bus wiring

B05

Power supply 12 VDC and


outputs for pictograms

B08

B07
B06
Acoustic inductive loop amplifier

Filtering input

B09
B02

Power giver module

Volume adjustment

Power receiver module

B01
Alarm button NC
(dry contacts)

B03

B04
REM

SSM

Connect the intercom bus to terminal 1 (Bus+) and 2 (Bus-) B01


Set type and address with the help of the DIP switches (see chapter 3)

B01

B03
B04

B05

B06
B08

BUS +
BUS +12 VDC
0 VDC
ALB+
ALBHP +/MIC +/VR +/SSM +/+
S1
S2
S+
SE+ / E-

Car Module REM


F_A 512 AC6
Bus +
Bus Power supply +
Power supply Alarm button - ALB (NC) (dry contacts)
REM loudspeaker input
REM microphone output
REM signal control
Synthse vocale
+12 VDC
0 VDC
Output 1 (50mA max.) yellow pictogram
Output 2 (50mA max.) green pictogram
12 VDC pictograms power supply
Common - pole (external)
Acoustic inductive loop amplifier
Filtering input (from 5 to 120 V AC/DC)
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2.5.2. The pictograms, inductive loop amplifier and filtering input wiring
Power supply 12 VDC
for pictograms and
inductive loop amplifier
12 Vdc

(*)
BO 5

External
Lamps Power 24Vdc

S- S+ S2 S1

Alarm has been


registered

+
Alarm has been activated

Or

Lamps power = Internal 12Vdc


Lamps power = External power

BO 7

Internal lamps power 12 Vdc

Isol_Audio

0 Vdc

BO 9

Without "Isol_Audio"
With "Isol_Audio"

BO 8

External lamps power 24Vdc

Filtering voltage input


1

Inductive loop

BO 6

5 to 110V
AC/DC

E+ E-

Power giver module

BO 2

Power receiver module

ALB -

ALB +

Relais 3

HP +
HP MIC +
MIC VR +
VR -

SSM +
SSM -

0 VDC

+ 12 VDC

BUS -

BUS +

ON

Adresse

Relais 1 Relais 2

1 2 3 4

BO 1

Mic

BO 3

BO 4

REM

SSM

(*) : The 12 VDC power supply is used only for the EN 81-28 functions, i.e. the pictograms and
the inductive loop amplifier which can consume up to 400 mA during communication.

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2.6. Machine room or porters module (F_A 512 AC8)


Volume adjustment

Power giver module

B02

Power receiver module

B01

B01

BUS +
BUS +12 VDC
0 VDC

Machine room / Porter


F_A 512 AC8
Bus +
Bus Power supply +
Power supply -

2.7. Simplified car module (F_A 512 AC1 and F_A 512 AC2)

B02

B01

B01
B02

+12 VDC
0 VDC
M +/HP +/-

Car module REM


F_A 512 AC1
X
X
Microphone REM
Loudspeaker REM
X

Car module REM EARAID


F_A 512 AC2
Power supply +
Power supply Microphone REM ouput
Loudspeaker REM input
Acoustic inductive loop amplifier
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3. CONFIGURATION OF THE MODULES


Type and address of the modules must be set by DIP switches.
address setting (1 to 12) by using DIP switches from 1 to 4.
module type (car, firemans, porters..) with the DIP switches from 5 to 8.

3.1. DIP Switches


Address

Module type

ON

3.2. Address and module type setting


1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

2
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

3
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

5
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

6
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0

7
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1

8
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

ADDRESSES
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1

TYPES OF MODULES
CAR with NC ALARM PUSH without FILTERING
Do not use this configuration
CAR with FILTERING : ON = 24VDC, OFF = 0VDC
Do not use this configuration
Do not use this configuration
Do not use this configuration
FIREMAN
FIREMAN 81-72
MACHINE ROOM
MACHINE ROOM 81-72
PORTER
PORTER 81-72
E&I PANEL
E&I PANEL 81-72
Please use only the settings described above

WARNING : The EN 81-72 operation mode requires a firemans module and an E&I panel,
machine room or porters module per car. In this case the maximum number of cars
connected to the bus is 6 instead of 12 !

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3.3. Examples of setting


3.3.1. Car module, address 1 :
ON

3.3.2. Firemans module 81-72, address 1 :


ON

3.3.3. Firemans module, address 10 :


ON

3.3.4. Porters module, address 2 :


ON

3.3.5. Car module REM &/ SSM, address 3 :


ON

4. THE ACOUSTIC INDUCTIVE LOOP AMPLIFIER (F_A 512 AB1) SETTING

Output for external inductive


loop around car
Setting for external
inductive loop around car
Setting for built-in
inductive loop

2-wire intercom modules

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5. INITIALISATION
The system is ready as soon as it is powered up.

6. OPERATION
6.1. Emergency car calls:
When activating the Alarm Push in the car, an attention tone will be heard in the machine
room, the Porters and the E&I Panel modules. The tone will be heard for 1 minute in the
machine room module and the number of the car will be shown in the display if the filtering
input releases the call :

Receipt of a call on the porters lodge or machine room modules F_A 512 AC8 :
Press the # key to establish communication with the Car. The car module is always
hands-free.
Press the
button to talk and release to listen. Press the # key again to end the
communication.
Receipt of simultaneous calls on F_A 512 AC8 module :
If several calls append simultaneously, they must be treated one by one, either by
taking the line by pressing the # key (the calls are treated in the increasing order number)
or by keying the numbers of the cars directly on the keyboard. During communication the
waiting calls are signalled by bleeps and the waiting car numbers are shown on the
display.
Receipt of a call on an E&I Panel F_A 512 AC7 module:
An attention tone will be heard in the E&I Panel module for one minute and the LED
blinks.
Press the "bell" (left button) to establish communication with the associated car. The
car is always hands-free and the LED on the E&I Panel module lights up permanently.
Press the "finger" (right button) to talk and release to listen. Press the bell again to
end the communication.

6.2. Calls from a porters or machine room F_A 512 AC8 to a car
Key the number of the car directly on the keyboard to establish the communication with a car
module. The Car is hands-free. Press the
button to talk and release to listen. Press
the # key again to end the communication.
6.3. Calls from a firemans F_A 512 AC3 to the associated car
6.3.1. In X81-72 operation mode:
When the Firemans switch on, communication with the corresponding car is established.
The car module is hands-free and the Firemans module push-to-talk, release-to-listen.
To free the line, put the Firemans switch off.
6.3.2. In EN 81-72 fire fighter mode :
When the Firemans switch on, communication with the corresponding car is established,
as well as with the associated 81-72 machine room module - three-way conference
between these 3 modules. The car is always hands-free. The Firemans module is pushto-talk, release-to-listen. While talking on the Firemans module, the push-to-talk button
on the machine room module is blocked. As soon as the firemans PTT button is
released, the machine room module can enter the communication and vice-versa. To
free the line, put the Firemans switch off.
Note : On an installation sets for 81-72 operation, a call from the machine room
establishes communication with the associated car only.
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6.4. Calls from an E&I Panel F_A 512 AC7 to the associated car
To call the car :
Press the "bell" (left button) to establish communication with the associated car. The car is
always hands-free and the LED on the E&I panel module lights up permanently.
Press the "finger" (right button) to talk and release to listen. Press the bell again to
end the communication.
6.5. Adjusting the attention tone for the porters and machine room F_A 512 AC8
It is possible to alter the attention tone by entering the following codes:
994: normal volume attention Tone.
995: low volume attention Tone in.
6.6. Prolonging the communication period
Every activation of the push-to-talk button on any module but the car, will prolong the
communication period with 3 minutes, except for the firemans module where the
communication period is 30 minutes.
6.7. Function of the pictograms in intercom operation
This paragraph defines the operation of the pictograms in the car when an emergency call is.
The E&I panel, porters lodge and machine room modules are considered as call recipients
and callers.
The pictograms work according to the table below, S1 is the yellow pictogram output alarm
has been activated, S2 is the green pictogram output for communication established with a
rescue service or similar (Porter / Fireman / maintenance people in the Machine Room / call
center).
Emergency call from the car
Call reception by one of the intercom modules
End of communication
Call to the car from one of the intercom modules

S1
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF

S2
OFF
ON
OFF
ON

6.8. Call filtering


A voltage of 0 to 24 VDC is applied to the filter input in NC mode.
0 VDC or no Voltage THE ALARM CALL IS RELEASED.
24 VDC THE ALARM CALL IS BLOCKED (the pictograms remain OFF).
Note :
Car-firemans module (F_A 512 AC4) : Set DIP Switches 6 to enable the filter (see table
3.2).
Car module-REM (F_A 512 AC6) : the filter cannot be sets and is always enabled.
6.9. Volume
Turn the potentiometer and press the push-to-talk button (P.T.T.) to adjust the loudspeaker
volume.
6.10.
Acoustic inductive loop amplifier
It is imperative to use the circuit "ISOL_AUDIO" in combination with the acoustic inductive
loop amplifier.
The acoustic inductive loop amplifier is active during a communication.
6.11.
Reset
If an installation must be reset, it is necessary to cut the power for at least 20 seconds.

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7. MEASUREMENTS
7.1. Simplified car module REM (F_A 512 AC1 and F_A 512 AC2)

7.2. Car / Firemans module (F_A 512 AC3 to F_A 512 AC6)

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7.3. E&I Panel module (F_A 512 AC7)

7.4. Machine room / Porters module (F_A 512 AC8)

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7.5. Acoustic inductive loop amplifier (F_A 512 AB1)

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8. ANNEXE 1 : Example of intercom network with only 2 modules


CAR Module
Power giver module

0 VDC
Power supply
12 VDC
E&I Panel Module
Power receiver module

Pay attention to the BUS+ and BUS- polarity when connecting the modules.

In case of F_A 512 AC5 / AC6 modules use, always connect the 12V power supply on
them.

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9. ANNEXE 2 : Example of intercom network with more of 2 modules.

All the modules must be set


as power-receiver

CAR 1

CAR 2
+
POWER SUPPLY F_A628H1
-

CAR 3

PORTER

Pay attention to the BUS+ and BUS- polarity when connecting the modules.

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