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3M

TM

 Peltor

TM

 DECT-Com II

TM

 

Full Duplex Wireless Intercom

Instruction Manual

 


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Antenna

Function indication ring

Headset connector

[M] Mode

LED (Light Emitting Diode)

Clip

[+] Up

[–] Down

PTT1 Push-To-Talk 1

PTT2 Push-To-Talk 2

PTT3 Push-To-Talk 3

(Fig. A)

3

Button 

Function 

[M]

SwitchDECT-ComIIuniton/off

Selectfunctioninthemenu

[+]

Increasethelevelofselectedfunction

[–]

Decreasethelevelofselectedfunction

[M]&[+]

SwitchDECT-ComIIunitonasbase

[M]&[–]

SwitchDECT-ComIIunitonasportable

[PTT1]

ManuallytransmitinDECT-Comconference1

Presstwicetotalkinconference1

Pressoncetolisteninconference1

Forlatestrevisedfulluser’sinstructions,pleasesee

www.3m.com/peltorcommsontheInternet.

Lookinsection

“Rest of the world”andfind“PDF LIBRARY”,whereyoucanreadordownload

multilingualinformationaboutthe3MPeltorDECT-ComIIsystem.

Button 

Function

[PTT2]

ManuallytransmitinDECT-Comconference2

 orwithaconnectedauxiliaryequipment.

Presstwicetotalkinconference2

Pressoncetolisteninconference2

[PTT3]

ManuallytransmitinDECT-Comconference3

 orwithaconnectedauxiliaryequipment.

Presstwicetotalkinconference3

Pressoncetolisteninconference3

[+]&[–]

Allcall(simplextransmission)

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INDEX

1   INTRODUCTION

2  MAIN UNITS

2.1PreparingtheMainUnit

2.2PeltorDECT-ComIISystem

2.3 SwitchingaMainUnitOnandOff

2.4 Base/PortableUnit

2.5PortableUnit

3   LOG IN TO OR OUT OF A CONFERENCE 

3.1LogInasaListen-OnlyConferenceMember

3.2LogInasanActiveConferenceMember

3.3LogInasanActiveConferenceMemberinanotherConferenceGroup

3.4Autotalk

4   CONTROLS

4.1Mode

4.2PTT(Push-To-Talk)

4.3All-Call(EmergencyCalletc.)

4.4Lockedbuttons

5   OUT OF RANGE

6   POWER SUPPLY

6.1InternalBatteries

6.2ExternalBatteries

6.3FixedMountedPowerSupply

6.4MainsAdapter

7   ANTENNAS

7.1GeneralAntenna

7.2OmnidirectionalVehicleAntenna

8   EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT

8.1ExternalEquipment

9   PELTOR DECT-Com II UNITS

9.1MAINUNITS,SPECIAL1.9GHzVERSION

9.2ACCESSORIESANDSPAREPARTS

10   TECHNICAL DATA OF MAIN UNIT

11  APPROVALS 

12  WARRANTY

13  PROGRAMMING DECT-Com II UNITS

14   DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

15   VOICE MESSAGES

The Sound Solution

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PELTOR DECT-Com II
1 INTRODUCTION

Peltor DECT-Com IIisawirelessintercomsystemforsimpleandefficientduplexcommunicationwithupto9activeuserstalkinginfullduplex,plusupto40
listenerswithpossibilityto“breakin”totheconference.Anotheruser,whowantstotalkintheconference,willtaketheplaceofoneofthefirstusers,whowill
berelegatedtoa“listenonly”.
TherearebasicallytwoversionsoftheDECT-ComIImainunit;portableunitsandbase/portableunits.
Thebase/portableunits(DC2912andDC2915)canbestartedasbaseorportableunits,whichisnotpossiblewiththeportableunit(DC2911).
PeltorDECT-ComII

operates on the 1.9 GHz band,whichislicencefreeinUSAandCanada.Pleasecheckwithyourlocalauthorities!

Duetolowoutputpowerandhighfrequencyitisashortrangecommunicationsystem.Thenominallineofsiteworkingrangeisapproximately275yards
outdoors.Indoors,theworkingrangemaybelessduetoobstacles.
Readthisinformationcarefullybeforeuseandsaveforfuturereference!

Nevermodifyoralteranyproduct!

3Mdoesnotacceptliabilityofanykind,beitdirectorconsequential(including,butnotlimitedto,lossofprofits,businessand/orgoodwill)arising

fromrelianceuponanyinformationhereinprovidedby3M.Theuserisresponsiblefordeterminingthesuitabilityoftheproductsfortheirintended

use.Nothinginthisstatementwillbedeemedtoexcludeorrestrict3M’sliabilityfordeathorpersonalinjuryarisingfromitsnegligence.

2 MAIN UNITS

2.1  PREPAIRING THE MAIN UNIT

Openthemainunitbox.

Mountoneofthethreeantennaringsontheantennaconnector.

Theindicationringsshouldbeusedtosealtheantenna;greencolorforportableunits,redforbaseunitsorblackfor“discrete”use.

 

NOTICE!Theringshouldbeturnedcorrectlytofitonthescrewnut!

Screwtheantennatightlyontopofthering.

Mountthebatteryinthebatterycompartmentandclosethelidwiththescrew.

Mounttheattachmentcliponthebackoftheunit.Turnittothetaggedenddown!

Tochargethebattery,placetheunitinacharger/holder.

2.2  PELTOR DECT-Com II SYSTEM
 

2.2.1 MAIN UNITS, GENERAL 1.9 GHz 

 

   

DC2911

1.9GHzportableunit

 

   

DC2912 

1.9GHzbase/portableunit

 

   

DC2915

1.9GHzExt.base/portableunit

2.3  SWITCHING A MAIN UNIT ON AND OFF
 

• SwitchaDECT-ComIImainunitonbypressingthe[M]button.

 Inaheadset,connectedtotheheadsetconnectorontheunit,avoiceconfirmation“

POWER ON”or“BASE, POWER ON”

 isgivenandthe

LED(lightemittingdiode)isflashing,indicatingthattheunitisinsetupmode.

 Whena

base unitisreadyforuse,avoicemessage“BASE, GROUP 1”isgiven.TheLEDontheunitisflashingslower.

 Whena

portable unitisreadyforuse,avoicemessage“GROUP 1”isgiven.TheLEDontheunitislit.

Notice:Allunitsarealwaysstartedinlistenonlymodeingroup1.

 

  2.3.1 SWITCHING A MAIN UNIT OFF

 

   

• Switchaunitoffbypressingandholdingthe[M]buttonforapproximately2seconds.

 

 Avoiceconfirmation“

POWER OFF”isgiven,theLEDisunlit,andtheunitisturnedoff.

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2.4 BASE/PORTABLE UNIT
 

  2.4.1 SWITCHING A BASE/PORTABLE UNIT ON

 

   

• Switchabaseunitonbypressingthe[M]button.

 

 Inaheadset,connectedintheheadsetconnectorontheunit,avoiceconfirmation

“BASE, POWER ON”

 

 isgivenandthe

LED(lightemittingdiode)isflashing,showingthatthebaseunitissettingupthesystem.

Notice: Initially,abase/portableunitisstartingupasabase.(Seealso

ALTERNATIVEOPERATIONMODESOFBASE/PORTABLEUNITSbelow.)

 

 Afterapproximately20seconds,thesystemisreadyandavoicemessage

“GROUP 1”isgiven.TheLEDontheunitisflashing

 

 slower,showingthatthebaseunitisreadyforuseandportableunitscanbeloggedon.(TheLEDcanbeswitchedoffwithuse

 

 ofspecialDECT-ComIIsoftware.)

 

  2.4.2 SWITCHING A BASE/PORTABLE UNIT OFF

 

   

• Switchabaseunitoffbypressingandholdingthe[M]buttonforapproximately2seconds.

 

 Avoiceconfirmation

“POWER OFF”isgiven,theLEDisunlit,andtheunitisturnedoff.

 

  2.4.3 ALTERNATIVE OPERATION MODES OF BASE/PORTABLE UNITS

 

Bydifferentstart-upsequencesthe

base/portablemainunitscanbesetuptoworkeitherasabaseorasaportableunit.

 

   

2.4.3.1 STARTING A BASE/PORTABLE UNIT AS A PORTABLE UNIT

 

   

  • Switchtheunitonbypressingandholdingthe[M]and[–]buttonssimultaneouslyforapproximately2seconds.

 

  Inaheadset,connectedintheheadsetconnectorontheunit,avoiceconfirmation

“POWER ON”isgiven,

 

  confirmingthattheunitisstartedasaportableunit.

 

  Afterapproximately15seconds,theunitisreadyandavoicemessage

“BASE #, GROUP 1”isgiven.TheLED

 

  ontheunitislit,showingthattheunitisreadyforuseasaportableunit,andisloggedontobaseNo.#.

 

  (TheLEDcanbeswitchedoffwithuseofspecialDECT-ComIIsoftware.)

Notice: Allunitsarealwaysstartedinlistenonlymodeingroup1.

Lastusedalternative(baseorportable)isrememberedbetweensessions.

 

2.4.3.2 STARTING THE UNIT AS A BASE UNIT

 

   

  • Switchtheunitonbypressingandholdingthe[M]and[+]buttonssimultaneouslyforapproximately2seconds.

 

  Inaheadset,connectedintheheadsetconnectorontheunit,avoiceconfirmation

“BASE, POWER ON”isgiven,

 

  confirmingthattheunitisstartedasabaseunit.

 

   

    Afterapproximately20seconds,thesystemisreadyandavoicemessage“GROUP 1”isgiven.TheLEDonthe

 

  unitisflashingslower,showingthatthebaseunitisreadyforuseandportableunitscanbeloggedon.

 

  (TheLEDcanbeswitchedoffwithuseofspecialDECT-ComIIsoftware.)

 

  Auserwithaheadsetconnectedintheheadsetconnectoronabaseunitcanalsobeparticipatingina

 

  DECT-ComIIconference,similartoaportableunit.(Seealsoparts3,4and6.)

 

Notice: Allunitsarealwaysstartedinlistenonlymodeingroup1.

Lastusedalternative(baseorportable)isrememberedbetweensessions.

 

  2.4.4 MAKING A BASE UNIT READY FOR PORTABLES TO BE REGISTERED 

 

 EachportableunitshouldberegisteredtoabaseunittobepartofaDECT-ComIIconference.

 

   

• WiththebaseunitinLISTEN-ONLYandVOLUMEmode,doublepressonthe[M]buttontoenterREGISTRATIONmode.

 

 Abaseunitin

REGISTRATIONmodeisindicatedbyslowflashingLED.

 

• Whenallportableunitsareregisteredtothebaseunit,exitREGISTRATIONmodebybrieflypressing[MODE]button.

 


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Notice: AllmainunitsaredeliveredopenforregistrationfromfactoryandaDECT-ComIIsystemcanbestarteddirectly“outofthebox”

byfirststartingabase/portableunitasabaseasdescribedaboveandafterthat,allportableunits,sequentiallyandcontinually,

asdescribedabove.

Afterthefirstturnoffofthebaseunit,theconfigurationofthesystemisfixedandallfuturechangeofanyunitshastobehandledby

yourAuthorizedPeltorDECT-ComIIDealer*).

Ifyoursystemisdeliveredpre-registeredinacertainconfigurationbyyour

Authorized Peltor DECT-Com II Dealer*,allfuture

registrationalsohastobehandledbyyour

Authorized Peltor DECT-Com II Dealer*).

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2.5  PORTABLE UNIT

  2.5.1  SWITCHING A PORTABLE UNIT ON

 

•Switchtheportableunitonbypressingthe[M]button.

 

 Inaheadset,connectedintheheadsetconnectorontheunit,avoiceconfirmation

“POWER ON”isgivenandtheLEDonthe

 

 unitisflashinggreen,showingthattheunitisloggingontothebase.

 

 Whentheunitisreadyforuse,avoicemessage

“BASE #1, GROUP #1”isgivenandtheLEDissteadygreen.

Notice: Allportableunitsnormallystartinlistenonlymodeingroup1.

 

 Atfirststartupavoicemessage

“SEARCHING”isgiven.WhenabaseisfoundavoicemessageBASE (number), GROUP 1”

 

 isgiven.Whenrestartingaportableunit,whichisprogrammedtobeabletoworkwithmorethanonebase,itwilltrytolog

 

 ontothelastusedbase.

 

  2.5.2  SWITCHING A PORTABLE UNIT OFF

 

•Switchtheportableunitoffbypressingandholdingthe[M]buttonforapproximately2seconds.

 

 Avoiceconfirmation

“POWER OFF”isgivenandthe LEDisturnedoff.

 

 Iftheunitisstillsearchingforabasewhenswitchingoff,avoiceconfirmation

“WARNING, POWER OFF”isgiven.

 

  2.5.3  REGISTERING A PORTABLE UNIT ON A BASE

 

 EachportableunitisregisteredtoatleastonebaseunittobepartofaDECT-ComIIconference.

 

 Theunitissearchingforbases.Avoicemessage“

SEARCHING”isgiven.

 

•WiththeportableunitinLISTEN-ONLYandVOLUMEmode,doublepress[M]buttontoenterBASE SELECTmode.

 

 Aportableunitin

BASE SELECTmodeisindicatedbyflashingLED.

 

•Whenabaseisselected,exitBASE SELECTmodebybrieflypressing[MODE]button.

 

 Avoiceconfirmation

 BASE (number), GROUP 1”isgiven.

Notice:AllmainunitsaredeliveredopenforregistrationfromfactoryandaDECT-ComIIsystemcanbestarteddirectly“outofthebox”byfirst

startingabase/portableunitasabaseasdescribedaboveandafterthat,allportableunits,sequentiallyandcontinually,asdescribedabove.

Afterthefirstturnoffofthebaseunit,theconfigurationofthesystemisfixedandallfuturechangeofanyunitshastobehandled

byyour

Authorized Peltor DECT-Com II Dealer*).

Ifyoursystemisdeliveredpre-registeredinacertainconfigurationbyyour

Authorized Peltor DECT-Com II Dealer*),

allfutureregistrationalsohastobehandledbyyour

Authorized Peltor DECT-Com II Dealer*).

 

  2.5.4  LOGGING ON A PORTABLE UNIT TO A BASE 

 

Therearetwoversionsoflogon:

 

1.Atfirstpoweron,thebaseunitwillallowanyportableunittologon.(See2.1.4)

 

2.Atnextstartupyouwillautomaticallybeloggedontothebase.

 

Whenthelogonsequenceisfinished,theLEDontheunitisfixedgreenandavoicemessage

“BASE (number), GROUP 1”

 

isgiven,confirmingthattheportableunitisloggedonasalisten-onlytothebaseandgroupwiththegivennumbers.

 

nIf no confirming message is given; check that the base unit is switched on and in range!

 

If the message “WARNING, SUBSCRIPTION EMPTY” is given; there is no base unit registered to log on to.

 

If the messages “SIGNAL LOW, OUT OF RANGE” followed by another “OUT OF RANGE” is given; the portable unit has no 

 

   

connection with the base unit. 

 


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After approximately 20 seconds a message “

SEARCHING” is given, indicating that the unit is searching for a base unit. 

 

   

You may be too far away from the base, or the base unit is switched off!

 

   

When in contact with a base unit again; a message “

BASE (number), GROUP 1” is given, confirming that the unit is 

 

   

logged on to a base with the actual number.

2.5.5  LOGGING ON A NEW PORTABLE UNIT TO A BASE

 

Ifanotherportableunitshallbeloggedontothebase,theactualbaseunitmustbesetin

REGISTRATIONmode(see2.1.4).

 

TheportableunitmustbeinSEARCHmode(see2.2.7).

Notice:AllmainunitsaredeliveredopenforregistrationfromfactoryandaDECT-ComIIsystemcanbestarteddirectly“outofthe

box”byfirststartingabase/portableunitasabaseasdescribedaboveandafterthat,allportableunits,sequentiallyandcontinually,

asdescribedabove.

Afterthefirstturnoffofthebaseunit,theconfigurationofthesystemisfixedandallfuturechangeofanyunitshastobehandled

byyour

Authorized Peltor DECT-Com II Dealer*.)

Ifyoursystemisdeliveredpre-registeredinacertainconfigurationbyyour

Authorized Peltor DECT-Com II Dealer*,

allfutureregistrationalsohastobehandledbyyour

Authorized Peltor DECT-Com II Dealer*).

2.5.6  SEARCHING A BASE FROM A PORTABLE UNIT

 

•InBASE SELECTIONmodeonaportableunit;doublepressonthe[M]buttontoenterBASE SEARCH mode.

 

 Avoiceconfirmation“

SEARCHING”isgivenrepeatedly,confirmingthattheunitissearchingforactivebasesinrange.

 

 Whenabaseisfoundavoiceconfirmation“

BASE (number), GROUP 1”isgiven.

 

 Tofindmorebases,repeatthisprocedureagain.

2.5.7  SELECTING ANOTHER BASE FROM A PORTABLE UNIT

 

•InVOLUMEmodeonaportableunitinLISTENmode;doublepressonthe[M]buttontoenterBASE SELECTION MODE.

 

 Avoiceconfirmation“

BASE”isgiven,urgingtoselectabase.

 

•Press[+]or[–]tocyclethroughthenumbersofavailablebasesandanautosetting

 

 Avoiceconfirmationisgivenforeachavailablechoice:“

AUTO”,“ONE”,“TWO”….

 

 Stopatyourpreferredbasenumber(orauto,seebelow).

 

•Logontothebasebypressingthe[M]buttonandreturntolistenonlymenuitemsbypressingbrieflyonthemodebutton.

 

 Avoiceconfirmation“

LOGIN”followedby“BASE (number), GROUP 1”isgiven,confirmingthattheportableunitislogged

 

 ontothebasewiththegivennumberasalistenerinthegivengroup.

 

 Ifthesystemis“open”and“

AUTO”ischosen,theunitwilllogontothebasewiththehighestsignalstrength.

 

Notice:IfthereismorethanoneDECT-ComIIsystemwithinrangeofeachother,theportableunitscouldbepre-designated

 

 tocertainbasesrespectively.Then,ifthechoice“

AUTO”,theunitwilllogontothefirstfoundofthepre-designatedbases.

 

 (ForprogrammingDECT-ComIIunits,specialPCsoftwareisneeded.Contactyour

Authorized DECT-Com II Dealer*)!)

3 LOGGING IN TO OR OUT OF A CONFERENCE 

Upto9activespeakersandadditionallymorethan40listenerscanbemembersinaDECT-ComIIconference,onthe
samebaseatthesametime.Theycanbesubdividedinupto3conferenceswithfewermembersineachgroup.

3.1  LOGGING IN AS A LISTEN-ONLY CONFERENCE MEMBER

Aportableunitisinitiallyloggedintoaconferenceasa

LISTEN-ONLYmember,takingpartintheDECT-ComIIconferenceasalistener

only.Avoiceconfirmation“

BASE (number), GROUP (number)”withtheactualconferencenumberandgroupisgiven.

Atanytimeitispossiblefora

LISTEN-ONLYmembertoenterasanACTIVEmemberinaconferencegroupbypressinga[PTT#]button.

Iftheconferencealreadyconsistsofthemaximumnumberofmembers,thefirstloggedin

ACTIVEmemberispushedouttobea

LISTEN-ONLYmember.

3.2  LOGGING IN AS AN ACTIVE CONFERENCE MEMBER

•Presstwiceon[PTT #]tobreakintooneofthemax.threeconferences.

 Adoubletoneisconfirmingthatyouareanactivememberintheselectedconference.

•Pressonceonthesame[PTT #]againtochangetolisten-onlymode.

 Asingletoneisconfirmingthatyouarealisten-onlymemberintheconference.

 


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3.3  LOGGING IN AS AN ACTIVE CONFERENCE MEMBER IN ANOTHER CONFERENCE GROUP 

•Pressonanother[PTT #]buttontobecomeamemberinanotherconference.

 Atoneisconfirmingthatyouareamemberintheselectedconference.

3.4  AUTOTALK

Asystemformaximum9userscanbeprogrammedinaconfigurationwherealltheportablesalwaysshouldbein

TALK MODE.

Automatictalkmodemakesitpossibletoensurethatallthemembersinthesmallgrouparespeakersintheconferenceassoon

astheyareinrangeofthebaseunit.

(Forfurtherinformation;contactyour

Authorized Peltor DECT-Com II Dealer*).)

4 CONTROLS

4.1 MODE 

Themodebutton

[M]controlsfunctionsoftheunit.

•StepforwardthroughtheMENUmodestepsbypressingbrieflyonthe[M]button.

 Voicemessages“

VOX”,“MICROPHONE”,“VOLUME”aregivenrespectivelytoconfirmtheactualmode.

•StepbackwardsthroughMENUmodestepsbydoublepressonthemodebutton.

 Voicemessages“

MICROPHONE”,“VOX”,“VOLUME”aregivenrespectivelytoconfirmtheactualmode.

•Usethe[+]and[–]buttonstoadjustthesettingsrespectively.

 Currentsettingsarestoredwhentheunitisswitchedoff.

Notice:Adouble-pressinVOLUMEmodeandLISTEN ONLYmodeonabaseunitwillputtheunitinREGISTRATIONmode(see2.1.4).

Doublepressin

VOLUMEmodeandLISTEN ONLYmodeonaportableunitwillputtheunitinBASE SELECTIONmode(see2.2.6).

4.1.1 VOLUME(soundpressure)

 

In

VOLUMEmodetheleveloftheincomingaudiocanbesetin5steps.

 

•Usethe[+]or[–]buttontosetthesoundlevelfromtheDECT-Comunit.

 

 Avoicemessageconfirmsthenewsettingeachtimeyoupressabutton.

 

4.1.1.1  VOLUME BOOST(highersoundpressure)

 

 Thevolumelevelsonallactivevolumestepscanbeincreasedby+6dB.Forinstance,thisfunctioncanbe

 

 usedtocompensateforadditionalattenuationfromsimultaneoususeofear-plugsandheadset.

 

•Pressthe[+]buttonfor10secondstoactivateVOLUME BOOSTfunction.

 

 Avoiceconfirmation“

EXTRA HIGH VOLUME”isgivenwhenyouhaveactivatedthefunction.

  n WARNING: High sound pressure may occur in the headset!

 

•Pressthe[–]buttonfor10secondstodeactivateVOLUME BOOST.

 

 Avoiceconfirmation“

NORMAL VOLUME”isgivenwhenyouhavedeactivatedthefunction.

 

  4.1.2  VOX (Voiceoperatedtransmission)

 

 Insimplexradiocommunication,VOXnormallymeansthatreceptionoftheincomingsoundfromthereceiveriscompletely

 

 stoppedwhensoundofacertainlevelreachesthemicrophoneandswitchestheradiototransmissionmode.

 

 WiththefullduplexDECT-ComIIunits,VOXmeans“avoiceoperatednoisegate”,whichcanpreventfromtransmitting

 

 backgroundnoiseuptoacertainsoundlevelfromunitswheretheuserdonotspeak,butcanconstantly,allthetime,

 

 listentotheincomingsoundfromtheconference.

 

•InVOXmode,usethe[+]and[–]buttonstosettheVOXsensitivity.

 

 Thereare7

VOXsettings;“OPEN – 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – OFF”,whereOPENmeansconstantlytransmitting

 

 (continuousfullduplex)andOFFmeansthatyouhavetousea[

PTT#]buttontotransmit(see4.2).

 

 Avoicemessageindicatesyourselectedchoice.

 

 Lastusedsettingisrememberedbetweensessions.

 


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IMPORTANT:IfyouareusingaPeltorheadsetwhichhasamicrophonewithambient-noisecompensation,

alwayspositionthemicrophoneveryclosetoyourlips(max.3millimetres)foroptimalVOXfunction!

4.1.3  MICROPHONE

 

 Oneoffourmicrophonetypes(carbon,electret,dynamicorlowimpedance)canbechosenbytheuser,

 

 toadapttheamplificationintheDECT-Comunittotheelectricalsignalleveloftheactuallyusedmicrophone.

 

•InMICROPHONEmode,usethe[+]and[–]buttonstosettheusedmicrophonetype.

 

 Avoicemessageindicatesyourselectedchoice.

 

 Lastusedsettingisrememberedbetweensessions.

4.2  PTT(Push-To-Talk)

 TherearethreePush-To-Talkbuttons[

PTT #]onaDECT-ComIImainunit.

 PTT1isalwaysconnectedtoconferencegroup1whilePTT2andPTT3areintendedforgroups2and3and/or

 forpossiblyattachedexternalequipment(See

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENTbelow).

•Pressona[PTT #]buttontoenterasamemberinaDECT-Comconference(seepart3).

 The

PTTfunctionisalsoalwaysavailableinVOXmode.

 

Notice:IfPTT2and/orPTT3areassignedforcontrolofexternalcommunicationequipment,separateuser’sinstructionsmay

applyforanyspecialapplication.Contactyour

Authorized Peltor DECT-Com Dealer*)formoreinformation.(Seepart9.2)

4.3  ALL-CALL(Emergencycalletc.)

 Itispossibletocommunicate,insimplexmode,withDECT-ComIIunitsinallgroupsonthebaseunit.Itisalsopossibleto

 reachotherDECT-ComIIconferencesiftheirbaseunitsaresynchronisedandinrangeofeachother.

 Thesynchronisationshouldbedonebystartingthesystemsinrangeofeachothers.Ifthisfunctionshouldalwaysbeaccessible, 

 thebaseshavetoconstantlybeinrange(forinstanceasfixedmountedbases).Ifthebaseshavebeenoutofrangeofeach

 others,itmaytakeupto20minutestogetthemsynchronisedagain!

•PressandholdUP[+]andDOWN[–]buttonssimultaneouslytotransmitashortmessage.

 Adoubletoneisconfirmingthatthe

ALL-CALLisactivated.Thetransmissionperiodislimited,normallytomax.30seconds.

4.4  LOCKED BUTTONS

 Toavoidunwantedchangesinthesettingsoffunctions,itispossibletolockallbuttons,sothatonlytheON/OFFfunctionisactive. 

 Thiscanpreferablybecombinedwiththeautomatictalkmodefunction.(Seealso

AUTOTALKabove.)

Notice: ManyofthefunctionsandsettingsinDECT-ComIIcanbeadjustedaccordingtotheuser’sdemands.

Forfurtherinformation;contactyour

Authorized Peltor DECT-Com II Dealer*).

5 OUT OF RANGE

PeltorDECT-ComIIisashortrangecommunicationsystem.(See

TECHNICAL DATA OF MAIN UNITbelow.)

Iftheportableunitisclosetotheactualmaximumworkingrangefromthebaseunit,avoicemessage“

SIGNAL LOW“isgiven

intheconnectedheadset.

Whentheportableunitisoutofrangefromthebaseunit,avoicemessage“

SIGNAL LOW, OUT OF RANGE isgivenintheconnectedheadset.

Afteranother20seconds,themaytrytofindanotherbaseandavoicemessage“

SEARCHING”isgiven.

Whentheportableunitisinrangeagain,oranotherbaseisfound,avoicemessage“

BASE (number)”isgivenintheconnectedheadset.

Ifautomatictalkmodefunctionisactivated,aportableunit,afterbeingoutofrange,alwaysreturnto

TALK MODEassoonasitisin

rangeagain.(See

AUTO TALKabove.)

 


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6 POWER SUPPLY

Amainunitcangenerallybepoweredfromarechargeablebatterypack

DC2033.

Theexternalbatterycarrier

DC2032,for6or3typeAAbatteries,canalsobeusedtoincreasetheusagetimeoftheunit.

Also,amainunitcanbecontinuouslypowersuppliedinapowersupplyholderDC2068.

6.1  INTERNAL BATTERIES
 

  6.1.1  BATTERY PACK

 

ThemainunitsrequireaspecialPeltorbatterypack

DC2033.

 

  6.1.2  CHANGING THE INTERNAL BATTERY PACK

 

•Switchtheunitoffbypressingandholdingthe[M]buttonforapproximately2seconds.

 

 Avoiceconfirmation“

POWER OFF”isgivenandtheLEDisturnedoff.

 

 Turntheclipasideandloosenthescrewwithasuitabletool(seefigure1).(

nWarning:Donotuseyournail!Itmaybreak.)

 

 Openthebatterylidandreplacethebattery(seefig.2).

 

 Pushthebatterypackdownfirmlytogettheconnectingplatesincontactwiththepins(seefig.3).

 

 Hookthebatterylidontothebottomoftheunit,closeit,pressdownandtightenthescrewagainwiththetool(seefig.4).

 

 (

nWarning:Donotuseyournail!Itmaybreak.)

 

   

 

   

n Themessage“BATTERY LOW”indicatesthattheenergyinthebatteryislowandyoushouldchange

 

orchargebatteryassoonaspossible.

 

n Themessage“BATTERY EMPTY”indicatesthattheenergyinthebatteryisveryclosetoemptyand

 

theunitwillautomaticallyswitchoff!

6.1.3  CHARGING AN INTERNAL BATTERY PACK

 

ArechargeableNiMH-batteryDC2033hastobechargedinamainunitwithanappropriatePeltorcharger/holder.

 

CHARGING A BATTERY PACK IN A MAIN UNIT

 

Whenplacedinsideamainunit,arechargeableNiMH-batterypack

DC2033canbechargedwiththemainunitinaPeltor 

 

charger/holder

DC2064.Forfixeduseofmainunitsinhighorlowtemperatures(below5°Corabove45°C),whereNiMH

 

batteriescannotbecharged,thePowerSupply/holder

DC2068maybeused.(Seepart6.4)

 

Thecombined

DC2064chargerandholderunitfortheDECT-Commainunit,whichissealedaccordingtoIP42,

 

maybeusedindryareas.

6.2  EXTERNAL BATTERIES

Theexternalbatterycarrier

DC2032canbemountedonthebackofthemainunit.Itoffersextraenergyforlongerusagetime.

Anystandardbatteries(6x1.5Volts,typeAA)orrechargeablebatteries(6x1.2Volts,typeAA)canbeused.

6.2.1  MOUNTING OF EXTERNAL BATTERY CARRIER

 

Place3or6batteriesinsidethebatterycarrier

DC2032accordingtothefiguresbelow.

 

Removetheattachmentclip

DC2071,ifitismountedonthemainunit(seefig.5).

 

Mountthebatterycarrieronthemainunit(seefig.6).

 

Tightenthescrewwithasuitabletool(seefig.7).(

nWARNING:Donotuseyournail!Itmaybreak.)

 

Avoicemessage“

EXTERNAL BATTERY“indicatesthattheexternalbatteryisinuse.

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  6.2.2  CHANGING OF DRY BATTERIES IN EXTERNAL BATTERY CARRIER

 

Whentheenergyinthebatteryislow,avoicemessage“

BATTERY LOW”announcesthatitistimeto

 

chargethebatteriesor,whenappropriate,tochangebatteries.

 

Whenthebatteriesareveryclosetoemptythereisavoicemessage“

BATTERY EMPTY”andtheunitwill

 

automaticallyswitchoff!

 

Openthebatterylidaccordingtopictureonthebatterylid.

NOTICE! AlwaysswitchofftheDECT-ComIIunitbeforechangingbatteries!

Checkthatthebatteriesarecorrectlyinstalledbeforeclosingthebatterylid!

6.3  FIXED MOUNTED POWER SUPPLY

ForfixeduseofmainunitsthePowerSupply/holderDC2068canbeused.

 

Notice:ThePowerSupply/holderDC2068willsupplythemainunitwithsufficientpoweralsoinusagetemperaturesfrom-26°C

to+70°C,butitwillonlymaintenancechargetheinternalrechargeablebatterypack!AbaseunitwitharechargeableNiMH-battery

pack

DC2033in“goodcondition”mayonlyhaveenoughpowerforservingthesystemproperlyduringaveryshortpoweroutage!

6.3.1  AUTOMATIC RESTART OF A BASE UNIT

 

WiththeConnectorSealingPlug

DC2078itispossibletohaveabaseunit,whichisplacedinapowersupplyDC2068,

 

automaticallyrestartedafterapowerfailure.Insteadofaheadsetintheconnectorontopofthebaseunit,the“arm”ofthe

 

connectorsealingplugispressingonthe“MODE”buttonofthemainunit,enablingautomaticrestartaftershorterpoweroutages.

6.4  MAINS ADAPTER 

Thereisalsoaseparatelysoldmainsadapter

DC2061,withexchangeableEuropean,UKandUStypemainsconnectors,fortheinput

of100-240VoltAC,50/60Hz.Itmayreplaceafaultymainsadapterforacharger/holder

DC2064orapowersupply/holderDC2068.

(Itmayalsobeusedwithaprogrammingcharger/holder

DC2065,butwhichisonlyavailableforAuthorizedPeltorDECT-ComIIDealers.)

7 ANTENNAS

7.1  GENERAL ANTENNA

ADECT-COMIImainunitnormallyworkswithoneoftwoantennas;oneinternalontheprintedcircuitboardandoneexternalantenna,

mountedinaconnectorontopoftheunit.

Theexternalantenna

DC2041,whichisdeliveredwithallDECT-ComIImainunits,shouldnormallybemountedonthemainunittogether

withaplasticring(see

UNIT FUNCTION INDICATORSbelow).

7.1.1  UNIT FUNCTION INDICATORS

 

Apackage

DC2048with3differentlycolouredplasticringsisenclosedintheboxofeachDECT-ComIImainunit.Theringsare

 

meanttosealaroundtheantennaconnector,butalsotoindicatethefunctionoftheunit;forinstancearedringforabaseunit,

 

agreenringforaportableunitandablackringforan“other”unit.

7.2  OMNIDIRECTIONAL VEHICLE ANTENNA

Ifabaseunitisplacedinsideavehicle,theomnidirectionalantenna

DC2046,withmagneticfoot,canreplacethe

externalantenna

DC2041toimprovecommunicationwithportableunitsoutsideofthevehicle.

Contactyour

Authorized Peltor DECT-Com II Dealer*)forthefollowingoptions!

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8 EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT

8.1  EXERNAL EQUIPMENT

TheExtensionBase/PortableunitDC2815isequippedwithaconnectorforconnectingexternalequipment,likecommunicationradios,telephonesetc.

Inthelistof

PELTOR DECT-Com II PRODUCTS(seebelow)youwillfindadaptercablesforthemostcommon

communicationradios,ageneraltelephonecableandacableforgroundmechanic.

9 PELTOR DECT-Com II UNITS

9.1  MAIN UNITS, GENERAL 1.9 GHz 

DC2911

1.9GHzportableunit

DC2912

1.9GHzbase/portableunit

DC2915

1.9GHzExtensionbase/portableunit

9.2  ACCESSORIES AND SPARE PARTS

DC2031

Batterylidforusewith3xAAstandardbatteriesinmainunit.

DC2032

Batterycarrierfor6xAAauxiliarybatteries(excl.batteries).

DC2033 

RechargeableNiMH-accumulator(2100mAh)

DC2035

ScrewforbatterylidDC2031

DC2036

ScrewforbatterycarrierDC2032

DC2041

Antenna,general,1.9GHzformainunit

DC2046

Antenna,omnidirectionalwithmagneticfoot

DC2048

Antennaringkit,oneofeachcolour;red,greenandblack

DC2061

Mainsadapterforcharger/holderetc.,commonforEU,UKandUS

DC2064

DECT-ComIICharger/holder,9-15VDC,IP42(incl.mainsadapterDC2061)

DC2068

PowerSupply/holder,9-33VDC,IP67(incl.mainsadapterDC2061)

DC2071

Attachmentclip,fullyrotaryforattachingthemainunitstoclothesetc.

DC2072

CableforGroundMechanic

DC2078

Connectorsealingplug

DC2-5001

Adaptercablefor“dynamicstandard”

DC2-5005A

Adaptercablefortelephone2.2kOhms

DC2-5010

AdaptercableforICOM,straightconnector

DC2-5030

AdaptercableforMotorolaGP340

DC2-5063

AdaptercableforMotorolaMototrbo

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UPCS 

Frequency range:

1920–1930MHz

Operation mode: 

Duplex

Output power:

Max.250mW,

average10mW(portable)/120mW(base)

Current consumption:  Base/Portableunit

asbasetyp.320mA(4portablessystem)

DC2812,DC2815

asportable;typ.160mAintalkmode

PortableunitDC2811

40mA(listenonly)/60mA(talkmode)

Working range: 

Outdoors

typ.250m(lineofsight)

Indoors

typ.50m

Battery life cycle:

Withrechargeablebattery

approx.6h(baseunit)

PeltorDC2033

approx.40h(portableunit)

With6xAAadditional2100

approx.18h(baseunit)

mAhNiMHbatteriesinDC2032

approx.165h(portableunit)

Usage temperature:

-26°Cto+55°C

Storage temperature: 

-55°Cto+70°Cwithoutbatteries

(Storebatteriesaccordingtobattery

manufacturer´sinstructions)

Weight excl. batteries:  Incl.batterypackDC2033

310g(DC2812,DC2912)

Microphone types:

Carbon

300mVtyp.Mediumpowerfeedenabled;20mA

Electret

20mVtyp.Lowpowerfeedenabled;1mA

Dynamic

4mVtyp.

Lowimpedance

0,4mVtyp.

Headset connector: 

PeltorJ11,typeM9177/4-1(NEXUSTJT-102)

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11 APPROVALS

11.1  DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY 

 

Seelastpagesinthisuser’smanual!

11.2  APPROVALS

 Electricalsafety: EN60950:2001

 EMC: 

EN301489-01:2000

 

EN301489-06:2000

 

FCCpart15,SubpartD;RSS-213

 DECT/radio:

EN301406-V1.4.12001

 SAR 

EN63211:2008

 

FCCOETBulletin65,SupplementC,Edition01-01

11.3  FCC Note:Thisdevicecomplieswithpart15oftheFCCrules.Operationissubjecttothefollowingtwoconditions:(1)Thisdevicemaynotcause

 harmfulinterference,and(2)thisdevicemustacceptanyinterferencereceived,includinginterferencethatmaycauseundesiredoperation.


11.4  IC Note: Operationissubjecttothefollowingtwoconditions:(1)Thisdevicemaynotcauseinterference,and(2)thisdevicemustacceptany

 interference,includinginterferencethatmaycauseundesiredoperationofthedevice.TheTerm“IC“:beforethecertification/registrationnumber

 onlysignifiesthattheIndustryCanadatechnicalspecificationsweremet.

12 WARRANTY

 Twoyearguaranteeofconformitywiththecontractualspecificationsofthequalityandperformanceofthegoods.Fullinformation

 aboutthePeltorwarrantyisavailableonrequest.“Non-conformitygoods“shouldbereturnedtoyour

Authorized Peltor 

 

  DECT-Com II Dealer*),ortoone of the Peltor Repair Centers**).

13 PROGRAMMING DECT-Com II UNITS

 SpecialsoftwareandaprogrammingholderareavailableforcustomizingseveralfunctionsintheDECT-ComIIsystem.

 Contactyour

Authorized Peltor DECT-Com II Dealer*)forfurtherinformation!

14 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

 AcopyoftheDeclarationofConformity(inEnglish)isfoundonthelastpagesofthisuser’smanual.

*) For address to your nearest Authorized Peltor DECT-Com II Dealer, contact your 3M office! 

 

  **) For address to your nearest Peltor Repair Center, contact your 3M office!

 


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15 VOICE MESSAGES

 

Message 

Part 

Content 

BASE

2.2.6

SELECTABASEFROMAPORTABLEUNIT

BASEPOWERON

2.1.1

SWITCHABASEUNITON

2.1.3.1 STARTTHEUNITASABASEUNIT

BASE(number)

2.2.4

LOGONAPORTABLEUNITTOABASE

2.2.6

SELECTABASEFROMAPORTABLEUNIT

2.2.7

SEARCHABASEFROMAPORTABLEUNIT

3.1

LOGINASALISTEN-ONLYCONFERENCEMEMBER

5

OUTOFRANGE

BATTERYEMPTY

6.1.3

CHANGEOFINTERNALBATTERYPACK

6.2.2

CHANGEOFDRYBATTERIESINEXTERNALBATTERYCARRIER

BATTERYLOW

6.1.3

CHANGEOFINTERNALBATTERYPACK

6.2.2

CHANGEOFDRYBATTERIESINEXTERNALBATTERYCARRIER

EXTERNALBATTERY

6.2.1

MOUNTINGOFEXTERNALBATTERYCARRIER

GROUP1

2.1.1

SWITCHABASEUNITON

GROUP(number)

2.1.1

SWITCHABASEUNITON

2.2.4

LOGONAPORTABLEUNITTOABASE

3.1

LOGINASALISTEN-ONLYCONFERENCEMEMBER

LOGIN

2.2.6

SELECTABASEFROMAPORTABLEUNIT

MICROPHONE

4.1

MODE

OUTOFRANGE

2.2.4

LOGONAPORTABLEUNITTOABASE

5

OUTOFRANGE

POWEROFF

2.1.2

SWITCHABASEUNITOFF

2.2.2

SWITCHAPORTABLEUNITOFF

6.1.3

CHANGEOFINTERNALBATTERYPACK

POWERON

2.1.3.2 STARTTHEUNITASAPORTABLEUNIT

2.2.1

SWITCHAPORTABLEUNITON

2.2.4

LOGONAPORTABLEUNITTOABASE

SEARCHING

2.2.4

LOGONAPORTABLEUNITTOABASE

2.2.7

SEARCHABASEFROMAPORTABLEUNIT

5

OUTOFRANGE

SIGNALLOW

2.2.4

LOGONAPORTABLEUNITTOABASE

5

OUTOFRANGE

VOLUME

4.1

MODE

VOLUME(level)

2.1.4

MAKEABASEUNITREADYFORPORTABLESTOBEREGISTERED

2.2.3

REGISTERAPORTABLEUNITONABASE

VOX

4.1

MODE

WARNING,

SUBSCRIPTIONEMPTY

2.2.4

LOGONAPORTABLEUNITTOABASE

EXTRAHIGHVOLUME

4.1.1.1 VOLUMEBOOST

NORMALVOLUME

4.1.1.1 VOLUMEBOOST

 


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In the United States  

In Canada

3MPeltor

3MCanadaCompany

5457West79thStreet

14PlasticsAve

Indianapolis,IN46268

Toronto,OntarioM8Z4B7

Attn:RepairDepartment

In The UK  

In Sweden

3MUnitedKingdomPLC

3MSvenskaABPersonskydd

3MCentre

Bollstanäsvägen3

CainRoad

19189Sollentuna

Bracknell,RG128HT

When sending repairs to 3M Peltor please include the following information:
1.Name
2.Address
3.Phone
4.Faxifoneisavailable
5.Enclosealetterstatingtheproblem
6.Ifunitisunderwarranty,acopyofthereceiptmustbeincluded
7.Ifunitisnotunderwarranty,aFREErepairestimatewillbeprovidedto
 thecustomerwithin2-3daysofreceiptoftheproductby3MPeltor.
8.Werecommendthecustomeruseacourierforshippingproductto3MPeltorforrepairsoproof
 ofdeliverycanbetracked.Pleasekeepalltrackingnumberstoinsureyourpackageisreceived.

Last pages = Copy of Declaration of Conformity (Last in English only)

 


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