N-8000 IP Network Intercom Systems

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1. N-8000 IP Network Intercom Systems

3. TOA Intercom History 1980: EXES-2000 and 6000 Intercom Systems 1990: IC-100 Institutional Intercom System 2001: VS-900 Security Intercom 2003: NX-100 Network Audio Adapter 2005: N-8000 Network Intercom Systems (1st phase) 2005: NX-100 Network Audio Adapter wins award for “Best Audio Routing Product” at Infocomm 2005 2005: N-8000 Network Intercom Systems launched (2nd phase)

4. N-8000 Overview

5. N-8000 Overview

6. N-8000 Overview

7. System Concept Up to 80 network “nodes” Node is defined as: Exchange Supports two-wire stations Multi-interface I/O for audio, telephone, control IP Station

8. System Concept

9. System Example

10. N-8000 Exchange Hardware

11. Exchange Evolution

12. Exchange Hardware N-8000EX IP intercom exchange,16 station capacity, four speech links, 80 max. per system N-8010EX IP intercom exchange,16 station capacity, one speech link, 80 max. per system N-8000MI Multi-Interface unit, telephone, BGM, paging, control I/O, legacy EXES (TI-600 also required)

13. N-8000EX Exchange

14. N-8000EX Exchange 10/100BaseTX Ethernet network connection Occupies one network node ( 80 max.) Sixteen (16) station capacity Stations connect to exchange via two-wire twisted pair Provides 48 VDC to each station Speech links: 4 internal / 8 external Two (2) audio paging outputs (0 dBV) Two (2) relay outputs Includes rack-mount and wall-mount brackets

15. N-8000EX Block Diagram

16. N-8000EX Exchange

17. N-8000EX Front Panel

18. N-8000EX Rear Panel

19. N-8010EX Exchange (economy)

20. N-8010EX Exchange (economy) 10/100BaseTX Ethernet network connection Occupies one network node ( 80 max.) Sixteen (16) station capacity Stations connect to exchange via two-wire twisted pair Provides 48 VDC to each station Speech links: 1 internal / 2 external Includes rack-mount and wall-mount brackets

21. N-8010EX Front Panel

22. N-8010EX Rear Panel

23. Exchange Comparison

24. N-8000 Stations

25. IP Stations N-8500MS IP Master station, LCD, handset, speed-dial, Power-over-Ethernet N-8540DS IP Door station, flush/surface-mount, contact output, Power-over-Ethernet Q-N8540WP IP Door station, flush/surface-mount, outdoor/weather-resistant AD-1210P AC power supply for N-8500MS / N-8540DS (for non-PoE network switches)

26. IP Stations

27. N-8500MS IP Master Station

28. Master Station Keypad

29. N-8540DS IP Door Station

30. Q-N8540WP IP Outdoor Station

31. Two-Wire Stations N-8000MS Master station, LCD, handset, speed-dial N-8010MS Master station, handset, economy N-8011MS Master station, hands free N-8020MS Master station, industrial-grade, handset N-8031MS Master station, flush/surface-mount, hands-free

32. Two-Wire Stations N-8050DS Door station, flush/surface-mount, contact output N-8031SB PCB, Master station, N-80310MS N-8050SB PCB, Door station, N-8050DS

33. Two-wire Stations

34. N-8000MS Multifunction Master Station

35. Multi-function Master Station Display Functions Line Status Monitoring System Programming (no PC required) IP address, subnet mask and gateway of exchange or IP station Station type and numbering Master/sub relationship Clock Password Protected Access

36. Line Monitoring

37. N-8010MS Standard Master Station

38. N-8020MS Industrial Master Station

39. N-8011MS Hands-free Master Station

40. N-8031MS Master Station

41. N-8050DS Door Station

42. N-8031SB Station Board

43. N-8050SB Station Board

44. Audio Quality Modes

45. N-8000MI Multi-Interface

46. N-8000MI Multi-Interface 10/100BaseTX Ethernet network connection Occupies one network node ( 80 max.) Audio Inputs for BGM, External Tone or Paging Two line inputs (0 dBV) with two trigger inputs Two line outputs (0 dBV) with two relay outputs Contact Bridge Sixteen contact inputs Sixteen relay outputs Telephone Interface (E&M type) Two channels EXES 2000/6000 Interface (TI-600 also required) Two channels Includes rack-mount and wall-mount brackets

47. N-8000MI Block Diagram

48. N-8000MI Function Combinations

49. N-8000MI Multi-Interface

50. N-8000MI Front Panel

51. N-8000MI Rear Panel

52. External Input Paging

53. EXES Tie-Line Connection

54. N-8000 to EXES

55. PBX (E&M) Telephone Interface

56. BGM Distribution

57. External Equipment Control

58. Contact Bridge

59. Installation and Wiring

60. Rack-mounting Rack-mount max. two exchange / multi-interface units Allow one empty rack space between each pair

61. Two-wire Station Connections Exchange connector accepts AWG# 22-26 wire For heavier gauge wire E-7000TB Terminal Block (AWG# 20-26) Use external telephone-type punch-block (provided by others)

62. Service Distance

63. Type of Cable

64. Functions

65. Hands-free Full Duplex Echo-cancellation function Allows two-way, hands-free full duplex conversation Ambient Noise Measurement Automatically measures the ambient noise level of the station and sets the station for proper hands-free conversation. Occurs automatically on power-up Manual activation (N-8500MS only)

66. Conversation Hands-free conversation Permits conversations to be made without lifting the handset when another party is called or when a call is received in automatic connection mode. Handset conversation Calls can be made or received by lifting the handset. PTT conversation Pressing the Push-to-talk key during a hands-free conversation enables one-way conversation from the party who pressed the Push-to-talk key. Conversation flow is reversed when the key is released. This function makes announcements and conversations possible to areas with a high ambient noise level.

67. Call Individual call The desired party can be called by dialing its station number. Redialing Pressing the Redial key automatically redials the last number called. Only the N-8000MS/8500MS permits selection from the most recent 10 numbers. Recall The last conversation partner can be recalled by pressing the [#/ ] key regardless of whether the call was made or received. Only the N-8000MS/8500MS permits selection from the most recent 10 numbers.

68. Call Voice calling Holding down the Push-to-talk key while making a call by means of a continuous call tone permits a voice calling to be made to the called station. The voice calling reverts to the original continuous tone call when the Push-to-talk key is released. Group call When a station is assigned to a call group, if the station is called, all stations within that group are simultaneously called by a continuous call tone regardless of their call connection mode settings. If any one of the stations within the group responds, calls to the other stations stop. Master station call The pre-programmed master station can be called by pressing the door station's call button.

69. Incoming Call Selection Automatic connection Incoming calls are automatically connected after a brief call tone (1 second) or without a call tone. Continuous call Calls continue with a continuous call tone (or without a call tone) and a status indicator continuously flashes as long as no response is made.

70. Speed Dialing Auto-dialing (N-8000MS / N-8500MS only) The dial operation (up to 20-digit numbers) programmed into the station's auto dialer can be performed by one-touch dialing. One-touch dialing The dial operation (up to 20-digit numbers) programmed into the station's [7], [8], [9], [0] or off-hook keys can be called by one-touch dialing.

71. Hold Mic-Off When it is desirable to hold the line during a conversation, if any dialing key ([0] – [9]) is pressed, the microphone is disabled as long as the key is pressed. Call Hold Pressing the Hold key during a conversation places the conversation on hold, transmitting a hold tone to both parties. If the Hold key is pressed again, the hold mode is cancelled, and the original conversation is restored.

72. Call Transfer Current conversations can be placed on hold to call a third party by pressing the Transfer key. The original conversation can be subsequently restored or transferred to the third party after conclusion of the second call.

73. Automatic Transfer Group Hunting Calls to a busy station are automatically transferred to another designated station, if group hunting function is set to the called station. Absence Transfer When no response is made to a call for a set period of time, the call is automatically transferred to another designated station. Call Forwarding Calls to stations are automatically transferred to another designated station without sounding a call tone. Two types: Manual call forwarding Time-based call forwarding

74. Other Functions Remote Response Calls to a station can be answered by pressing the Push-to-talk key of another station, provided both stations are assigned to the same group. Executive Priority If a called station is busy, as indicated by a busy tone, pressing the [9] key transmits a short priority call tone, then forcibly terminates the current conversation, allowing the call to go through. Access to priority call operation or refusal of priority calls can be set individually for each station.

75. Other Functions Scan Monitor The station can scan an arbitrary group of preprogrammed stations for auditory monitoring. Door Remote Control Door station's contact output can be used to remotely control external equipment such as electronic lock. The contact output terminals can be shorted for a set period of time by the dial operation to perform this function from the master station engaged in conversation with the door station.

76. Other Functions Time-Out The duration of calls, conversations and paging can be limited by pre-programming time intervals (10 – 990 seconds) for individual exchanges, Multi-interface units or IP stations. Group Blocking Arbitrary station groups (up to 31 groups) can be set to permit or disallow calls between groups. Station Speaker Output Setting Permits adjustment of the station speaker sound volume.

77. Station and PA Zone Paging

78. Paging Zone Paging Calls can be made to one of the pre-programmed zones. Multiple Zone Paging Calls can be made to up to 10 zones of the preprogrammed multiple zones. All Call Paging Calls can be made simultaneously to all of the preprogrammed zones.

79. Station and PA Zone Paging Program Up to 160 zones! Simultaneous paging to up to 16 zones (unicast) Simultaneous paging to up to 79 zones (multicast)

80. Paging Response Automatic Response Dialing the Paging Response key automatically initiates a response to the paging last received. Zone Number Designation Paging Dialing the number assigned to paging response automatically initiates a response to a next-to-last paging.

81. Paging – Unicast vs. Multicast

82. System Programming

83. Programming Main programming via PC software Built-in web server allows system monitoring via standard web browser such as Internet Explorer

84. PC Software

85. Unit Scan

86. Unit Scan

87. PC Software

88. Web Browser

89. Web Browser – Network Setting

90. Web Browser – Operation Status

91. Web Browser – Line Status

92. Web Browser – Network Status

93. Web Browser – Operation Log

94. Web Browser – Stream Log

95. Web Browser - System Management

96. Systems Integration Control Protocol Now Available Signed Non-Disclosure Agreement Required Allows Remote Control and Monitoring

97. Systems Integration Remote Control Remote control of the N-8000 or stations connected to the N-8000 Conversation between the N-8000 Signal tone transmission to stations connected to the N-8000 Monitoring Past and current operation logs Start/end and details of current “transmission/reception stream Details of speech path status Details of line status Status of connections to other network connected equipment

98. N-8000 Applications

99. Applications Hospital and Medical Facilities Industrial Airport Financial / Securities Restricted Access Points Correctional Military Educational

100. Scalable System Design Small Systems Single exchange and up to sixteen two-wire stations Single IP Master station and IP Door station Large Systems Multiple exchanges and two-wire stations Multiple IP Master stations and IP Door stations Multiple Multi-interface Units

101. User Benefits Flexible Scalable Design Two-wire and IP stations Use existing network infrastructure Occupies minimal bandwidth (130kbps for station-to-station call) Ideal for Retrofits Use existing two-wire copper Use existing fiber backbone (media converters provided by others)

102. N-8000 Sales Tools Spec Sheet Web A&E Guide CAD CD-ROM Pricelist Estimate Worksheet Demo Kits

103. N-8000 IP Network Intercom Systems

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