Harris RF Communications Division XG-100M00 Unity Multiband Mobile User Manual MM 014714 001 Rev G CS7000 Control Station

Harris Corporation RF Communications Division Unity Multiband Mobile MM 014714 001 Rev G CS7000 Control Station

User Manual 2

Installation Manual
MM-014714-001
Rev. H, Oct/11
CS7000 Control Station
Local-Control Desktop CT-013892-001
Remote-Control Desktop CT-013892-002
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MANUAL REVISION HISTORY
REV. DATE REASON FOR CHANGE
E Mar/10 Revised remote control configuration section, added preventive maintenance section,
and added information on CS7000 Fan Upgrade Kit KT-018569-002.
F Sep/10 Revised related documentation section, antenna information, and configuration section.
G Feb/11 Revised information on connecting Tone Remote Controllers (TRCs), corrected accessory
part numbers, and added Appendix B.
H Oct/11 Updated to include Unity XG-100M information.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section Page
1 REGULATORY AND SAFETY INFORMATION ................................................................................. 10
1.1 MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMITS ............................................................................ 10
1.1.1 Determining MPE Radius ........................................................................................................ 10
1.1.2 Safety Training Information ..................................................................................................... 10
1.2 SAFETY SYMBOL CONVENTIONS ................................................................................................. 11
1.3 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.......................................................................................... 12
2 SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 13
3 INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................... 16
3.1 VOICE OPERATION........................................................................................................................... 17
3.2 OPTIONAL REMOTE CONTROL (WITH INTERCOM) .................................................................. 17
3.2.1 Intercom Operation .................................................................................................................. 17
3.3 RELATED DOCUMENTATION ........................................................................................................ 17
3.4 CUSTOMER RESOURCE INFORMATION ...................................................................................... 19
3.4.1 Technical Support .................................................................................................................... 19
3.4.2 Tech-Link ................................................................................................................................. 19
3.4.3 Customer Care.......................................................................................................................... 19
4 UNPACKING AND CHECKING EQUIPMENT .................................................................................... 20
4.1 MATERIALS ....................................................................................................................................... 20
4.2 MATERIAL INSPECTION.................................................................................................................. 20
5 INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................................................ 22
5.1 REQUIRED TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT ........................................................................................... 22
5.1.1 Tools and Shop Supplies Required to Install the CS7000 ........................................................ 22
5.1.2 Equipment Required for CS7000 Configuration ...................................................................... 22
5.2 PLANNING THE CS7000 INSTALLATION ...................................................................................... 23
5.3 CS7000 INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................... 23
5.3.1 Desktop Installations ................................................................................................................ 23
5.3.2 AC Power Connection ............................................................................................................. 24
5.3.3 AC Fuse Replacement .............................................................................................................. 24
5.4 ANTENNA INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................. 25
5.4.1 RF Safety Information ............................................................................................................. 25
5.4.2 General Information ................................................................................................................. 25
5.4.3 Building Installation Considerations ........................................................................................ 26
5.4.4 Base Station Antennas ............................................................................................................. 26
5.4.5 Transmission Lines .................................................................................................................. 26
5.4.6 Tower Installations ................................................................................................................... 27
5.5 GROUNDING AND LIGHTNING PROTECTION ............................................................................ 27
5.6 BACKUP POWER SOURCES............................................................................................................. 28
5.6.1 Uninterruptible Power Supplies ............................................................................................... 28
5.6.2 Gas/Propane Generators ........................................................................................................... 28
5.6.3 Hydrogen Power Systems ........................................................................................................ 28
5.7 CONNECTING VOIP DESKTOP REMOTE CONTROLLERS .......................................................... 28
5.7.1 Local Ethernet Connectivity (no Hub or Switch) ..................................................................... 29
5.7.2 Ethernet Connectivity using a Hub or Switch .......................................................................... 29
5.7.3 Remote Control via LAN/WAN Ethernet Connectivity .......................................................... 30
5.7.4 Ethernet via Wireless Connectivity .......................................................................................... 30
5.8 CONNECTING TONE REMOTE CONTROLLERS .......................................................................... 31
5.8.1 Tone Signaling ......................................................................................................................... 31
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5.8.2 Connecting One Tone Remote Controller ................................................................................ 33
5.8.3 Connecting More than One Tone Remote Controllers ............................................................. 33
5.8.4 LINE Input Connector .............................................................................................................. 34
5.9 CONNECTING CANLINKED REMOTE CONTROLLERS ............................................................ 36
5.9.1 General Information ................................................................................................................. 36
5.9.2 CAN-Based Desktop Controller Connections .......................................................................... 38
5.9.3 Connecting a CAN Bus Extender (Fiber Optic Cable Installations) ........................................ 41
5.10 CONNECTING DEVICES TO THE EXTERNAL I/O PORT.............................................................. 41
5.10.1 Local Control Board Jumper Settings ...................................................................................... 42
5.10.2 Remote Control (Plus) Board Jumper Settings ......................................................................... 43
5.10.3 External I/O Connector (P3) Pin-Out ....................................................................................... 45
6 POWER-UP PROCEDURE ....................................................................................................................... 47
7 LOCAL CONTROL CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................ 48
7.1 PROGRAMMING THE RADIO FOR EXTERNAL I/O OPERATION............................................... 48
8 REMOTE CONTROL CONFIGURATION ............................................................................................ 50
8.1 GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................... 50
8.2 TOOLS REQUIRED ............................................................................................................................. 50
8.3 ESTABLISHING A COMMUNICATION LINK ................................................................................ 50
8.3.1 Configuring the Computer’s Network Parameters ................................................................... 50
8.3.2 Establishing a Communication Link between the Computer and the Control Station ............. 52
8.3.3 Control Station’s Factory Default Network Parameter Settings ............................................... 53
8.3.4 Resetting the Control Station’s Network Parameters to Factory Defaults................................ 54
8.4 VOIP REMOTE CONTROLLER IP ADDRESS REQUIREMENTS .................................................. 54
8.5 RADIO PERSONALITY PROGRAMMING REQUIREMENTS ....................................................... 54
8.5.1 External I/O Settings ................................................................................................................ 55
8.5.2 System / Group Key (SG Key) Settings ................................................................................... 56
8.5.3 Supervisory Screen Settings ..................................................................................................... 57
8.5.4 Keypad Option Settings ............................................................................................................ 58
8.5.5 General Options Screen (TX Indicator SC5 File) ..................................................................... 58
8.5.6 Radio Software Requirements .................................................................................................. 58
8.6 LOGGING INTO THE STATION’S CONFIGURATION PROGRAM .............................................. 59
8.7 CONFIGURATION PROGRAM’S TOP-LEVEL WEB PAGE ........................................................... 59
8.7.1 Saving Changes and Resetting the Station via the Configuration Program .............................. 61
8.8 NETWORK CONFIGURATION WEB PAGE .................................................................................... 62
8.8.1 Unit Identification Section ....................................................................................................... 62
8.8.2 Network Identification Section................................................................................................. 62
8.8.3 Change Password Button .......................................................................................................... 62
8.9 RADIO CONFIGURATION WEB PAGE............................................................................................ 63
8.9.1 Hardware Tab ........................................................................................................................... 63
8.9.2 Radio Control Tab .................................................................................................................... 65
8.9.3 Software (Version) Tab ............................................................................................................ 66
8.10 CS7000 INPUT/OUTPUT CONFIGURATION WEB PAGE .............................................................. 67
8.10.1 General Information ................................................................................................................. 67
8.10.2 Inputs Tab ................................................................................................................................. 69
8.10.3 Outputs Tab .............................................................................................................................. 72
8.10.4 Input Levels Tab ....................................................................................................................... 73
8.10.5 Output Levels Tab .................................................................................................................... 74
8.10.6 Auxiliary I/O Example ............................................................................................................. 74
8.11 ACTION CONFIGURATION WEB PAGE ......................................................................................... 75
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8.11.1 Remote Controller Button and CH-721 Control Head Button Differences .............................. 75
8.11.2 On/Off Actions Tab ................................................................................................................. 76
8.11.3 Momentary Actions Tab .......................................................................................................... 77
8.11.4 Using the ECP Radio’s Macro Key Functions to Extend Remote Control (Plus) Board
Action Functionality ................................................................................................................ 77
8.12 REMOTE CONFIGURATION WEB PAGE: BASIC TRC SETTINGS ............................................. 78
8.12.1 Tone/VoIP Tab ......................................................................................................................... 78
8.12.2 Tone Options Tab ..................................................................................................................... 80
8.12.3 Tone Levels Tab....................................................................................................................... 82
8.13 REMOTE CONFIGURATION WEB PAGE: TRC FUNCTION TONE CONFIGURATIONS ......... 84
8.13.1 Available Function Tone Frequencies ...................................................................................... 84
8.13.2 Set Tone Function Tab ............................................................................................................. 85
8.13.3 Enabled Tone Functions Tab ................................................................................................... 87
8.14 REMOTE CONFIGURATION WEB PAGE: VOIP REMOTE CONTROL SETTINGS .................... 88
8.14.1 Tone/VoIP Tab ......................................................................................................................... 88
8.14.2 VoIP Options Tab .................................................................................................................... 89
8.14.3 VoIP Audio Tab ....................................................................................................................... 90
8.14.4 Unicast Network Identification ................................................................................................ 91
8.14.5 DSP Tab ................................................................................................................................... 92
8.15 VOIP CHANNELS WEB PAGE .......................................................................................................... 94
8.15.1 SG Key Configuration ............................................................................................................. 94
8.16 PROFILE WEB PAGES: VOIP REMOTE CONTROLLER ................................................................ 95
8.16.1 Buttons Tab .............................................................................................................................. 95
8.16.2 Beeps Tab ................................................................................................................................. 99
8.16.3 Miscellaneous Tab ................................................................................................................. 100
8.17 AUDIO MATRIX CONFIGURATION WEB PAGE......................................................................... 101
8.17.1 Audio Matrix Tab ................................................................................................................... 101
8.17.2 Input Gains Tab ...................................................................................................................... 105
8.17.3 Output Gains Tab ................................................................................................................... 106
8.17.4 Speaker Tab ........................................................................................................................... 107
8.18 BACKUP AND RESTORE WEB PAGE ........................................................................................... 108
8.18.1 Backup/Restore Options......................................................................................................... 108
8.18.2 Reset To Defaults ................................................................................................................... 108
8.19 STATUS WEB PAGE ........................................................................................................................ 110
8.19.1 CS7000 Information/Status .................................................................................................... 110
8.20 CS7000 CONTROL STATION WORKAROUNDS .......................................................................... 111
8.20.1 VoIP Remote Controller(s) Display Disabled” at CS7000 Control Station Power-Up ........ 111
8.20.2 Remote Controller’s Hookswitch Default Functionality is Reversed with V0.35
Software ................................................................................................................................. 112
9 OPERATIONAL TESTING .................................................................................................................... 115
9.1 SETUP AND EQUIPMENT TESTING ............................................................................................. 115
9.1.1 Required Test Equipment ....................................................................................................... 115
9.2 MAXIMUM EFFECTIVE RADIATED POWER .............................................................................. 116
9.2.1 Determining Maximum Transmitter Power that Meets ERP Requirement ............................ 116
9.3 VERIFYING TX RF FORWARD AND REFLECTED POWER ....................................................... 117
9.4 VERIFYING TX RF FREQUENCY .................................................................................................. 119
9.5 VERIFYING TX MODULATION ..................................................................................................... 119
9.5.1 Digital Modulation Modes (EDACS, P25, and OpenSky) ..................................................... 119
9.5.2 Analog Modulation Modes .................................................................................................... 120
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10 COMPLETING THE INSTALLATION ................................................................................................ 121
10.1 FINAL OVER-THE-AIR TESTING .................................................................................................. 121
10.1.1 Adjusting the Desktop Microphone Audio Output Level ....................................................... 121
10.2 SWITCHING BETWEEN OPERATIONAL MODES (USING M5300 OR M7300 TRANSCEIVER) ..... 122
10.2.1 Programming the Preset C Control Head Button to Switch Between ECP Mode and
OTP Mode .............................................................................................................................. 122
10.2.2 User’s Methods of Switching Between ECP Mode and OTP Mode ...................................... 124
11 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................... 125
11.1 INSPECTING AND CLEANING THE REAR PANEL FAN FILTER .............................................. 125
APPENDIX A INSTALLATION CHECKLIST ........................................................................................ A-1
A.1 INSTALLATION CHECKLIST FOR CS7000 CONTROL STATION ........................................... A-3
APPENDIX B MODEL 24-66 TONE REMOTE CONTROLLER USING STRAIGHT THROUGH
TELCO CABLE ................................................................................................................... B-1
B.1 CONFIGURING MODEL 24-66 TONE REMOTE CONTROLLER TO USE PRE-MADE
OFF-THE-SHELF TELEPHONE LINE CABLES DURNG LOCAL 4-WIRE OPERATION .................. B-3
B.1.1 Model 24-66 Tone Remote Controller Transformer Usage ................................................... B-3
B.1.2 Model 24-66 Tone Remote Controller Jumper Designations ................................................ B-3
B.1.3 Suggested Solution ................................................................................................................ B-3
B.1.4 Two-Pin Shorting Bar Implementation ................................................................................. B-4
B.1.5 Two-Wire Operation ............................................................................................................. B-4
WARRANTY REGISTRATION AND WARRANTY
LIST OF FIGURES
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Figure 3-1: CT-013892-001 Local Control Station with Scan Head (Front View) ............................................ 16
Figure 3-2: CT-013892-002 Local/Remote Control Station with System Head (Front View) ........................... 16
Figure 5-1: CS7000, Front View of Remote Control, Desktop Configuration ................................................... 23
Figure 5-2: CS7000 Rear Panel (shown with Remote Control (Plus) Board installed) ...................................... 24
Figure 5-3: CS7000 Fuse Replacement (Rear Panel Views) .............................................................................. 25
Figure 5-4: CS7000 Installed Locally using Ethernet Connectivity (no Hub or Switch) ................................... 29
Figure 5-5: CS7000 Installed Locally using Ethernet Hub or Switch ................................................................ 30
Figure 5-6: CS7000 Installed Remotely Using VoIP Using LAN/WAN Connectivity ...................................... 30
Figure 5-7: CS7000 Installed Locally using Wireless Ethernet Connectivity .................................................... 31
Figure 5-8: Tone Remote Control Signaling ...................................................................................................... 32
Figure 5-9: Line Input Configured as an Endpoint and Interfaced to One TRC ................................................. 33
Figure 5-10: Configured as an Endpoint and Interfaced to Multiple Paralleled TRCs ....................................... 34
Figure 5-11: Control Station in the Middle of a Chain and Interfaced to Multiple Paralleled TRCs ................. 34
Figure 5-12: Line Functionality of Connectors on CS7000 Desktop Stations and 24-66 Remotes .................... 35
Figure 5-13: 4-Wire Phone Line Crossover Cable ............................................................................................. 35
Figure 5-12: Connecting a CAN-Based Desktop Controller .............................................................................. 37
Figure 5-13: Connecting Two or More CAN-Based Desktop Controllers ......................................................... 37
Figure 5-14: Connecting a CAN Y-Cable at the Control Station ....................................................................... 38
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Figure 5-15: Connecting In-Wall/Plenum CAN Cable Connections ................................................................... 39
Figure 5-16: Dimensions for Stripping 2-Wire (with Shield) CAN Cables ........................................................ 40
Figure 5-17: 3-Position Terminal Strip Connections ........................................................................................... 41
Figure 5-18: Local Control Board Jumpers and Connectors ............................................................................ 42
Figure 5-19: Remote Control (Plus) Board Jumpers, Connectors/Jacks and Switches .................................... 44
Figure 7-1: Setting Up the Mobile Radio for Control Station Operation using RPM Software .......................... 49
Figure 8-1: Computer Network Configuration for Static IP Address (Examples) ............................................... 51
Figure 8-2: Establishing Communication between the Computer and the CS7000 Control Station ................... 53
Figure 8-3: RPM’s External I/O Dialog Box ....................................................................................................... 56
Figure 8-4: RPM’s System/Group Keys Dialog Box .......................................................................................... 57
Figure 8-5: RPM’s Supervisory Options Dialog Box .......................................................................................... 57
Figure 8-6: RPM’s Keypad Options Dialog Box ................................................................................................ 58
Figure 8-7: RPM’s General Options Dialog Box ................................................................................................ 58
Figure 8-8: Configuration Program’s Top-Level Web Page ............................................................................... 60
Figure 8-9: Buttons for Saving Changes and Resetting the Station ..................................................................... 61
Figure 8-10: Network Configuration Web Page (Example) ................................................................................ 62
Figure 8-11: Radio Configuration Web PageHardware Tab (Example) .......................................................... 63
Figure 8-12: Radio Configuration Web PageRadio Control Tab (Example) ................................................... 65
Figure 8-13: Radio Configuration Web PageSoftware Tab (Example) ........................................................... 66
Figure 8-14: CS7000 Input/Output Configuration Web PageInputs Tab (Example) ...................................... 69
Figure 8-15: CS7000 Input/Output Configuration Web PageOutputs Tab (Example) .................................... 72
Figure 8-16: CS7000 Input/Output Configuration Web PageInputs Levels Tab (Example) ........................... 73
Figure 8-17: CS7000 Input/Output Configuration Web PageOutputs Levels Tab (Example) ........................ 74
Figure 8-18: Action Configuration Web PageOn/Off Actions Tab (Example) ............................................... 76
Figure 8-19: Action Configuration Web PageMomentary Actions Tab (Example) ....................................... 77
Figure 8-20: RPM’s Macro Keys Dialog Box (Example) ................................................................................... 78
Figure 8-21: Remote Configuration Web PageTone/VoIP Tab (Example) ..................................................... 78
Figure 8-22: Remote Configuration Web PageTone Options Tab (Example) ................................................. 80
Figure 8-23: Remote Configuration Web PageTone Levels Tab (Example) ................................................... 82
Figure 8-24: Remote Configuration Web PageSet Tone Function Tab (Example) ......................................... 85
Figure 8-25: Remote Configuration Web PageEnabled Tone Functions Tab (Example) ............................... 87
Figure 8-26: Remote Configuration Web PageTone/VoIP Tab (Example) ..................................................... 88
Figure 8-27: Remote Configuration Web PageVoIP Options Tab (Example) ................................................ 89
Figure 8-28: Remote Configuration Web PageVoIP Audio Tab (Example) ................................................... 90
Figure 8-29: Remote Configuration Web PageDSP Tab (Example) ............................................................... 92
Figure 8-30: VoIP Channels Web PageSG Key Configuration (Example) ..................................................... 94
Figure 8-31: Profile Web PageButtons Tab (Example) ................................................................................... 95
Figure 8-32: Profile Web PageBeeps Tab (Example) ..................................................................................... 99
Figure 8-33: Profile Web PageMiscellaneous Tab (Example) ...................................................................... 100
Figure 8-34: Audio Matrix Configuration Web PageAudio Matrix Tab (Example) ..................................... 101
Figure 8-35: Audio Matrix Configuration Web PageAudio Matrix Tab with Available Path I/O Lists
(Example) .................................................................................................................................... 103
Figure 8-36: Audio Matrix Configuration Web PageAudio Matrix Tab: Interfacing to a Microwave
Mux (Example) ............................................................................................................................ 104
Figure 8-37: Audio Matrix Configuration Web PageInput Gains Tab (Example) ........................................ 105
Figure 8-38: Audio Matrix Configuration Web PageOutput Gains Tab (Example) ...................................... 106
Figure 8-39: Audio Matrix Configuration Web PageSpeaker Tab (Example) .............................................. 107
Figure 8-40: Backup and Restore Web PageBackup/Restore Options .......................................................... 108
Figure 8-41: Backup and Restore Web PageReset To Defaults (Before Reset) ............................................ 109
Figure 8-42: Backup and Restore Web PageReset To Defaults (During Reset) ........................................... 109
Figure 8-43: Status Web Page (Example) ......................................................................................................... 110
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Figure 8-44: V0.35 Reset to Default Settings and Recommended SettingsEnable Tone Functions Tab ...... 113
Figure 8-45: V0.35 Reset to Default Settings and Recommended SettingsButtons Tab (Example) ............ 114
Figure B-1: Model 24-66 Tone Remote Controller Jumper Modification ....................................................... B-4
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LIST OF TABLES
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Table 3-1: Reference Documents ........................................................................................................................ 17
Table 4-1: CS7000 Control Station Part Numbers .............................................................................................. 20
Table 4-2: CS7000 Control Station Accessories ................................................................................................. 21
Table 5-1: Minimum Bend Radius Values for RF Transmission Lines .............................................................. 27
Table 5-2: Example* Tone Functionality for Tone Remote Control Signaling .................................................. 33
Table 5-3: CS7000 Desktop Station LINE Connector Pinout (RJ-11 Modular Jack Labeled “LINE”) ............. 35
Table 5-4: Local Control Board Jumper Settings ................................................................................................. 42
Table 5-5: Remote Control (Plus) Board Jumper Settings ................................................................................... 43
Table 5-6: Local Control StationExternal I/O Connector (P3) Pin-Out .......................................................... 45
Table 5-7: Remote Control StationExternal I/O Connector (P3) Pin-Out ....................................................... 46
Table 8-1: Required Minimum Mobile Radio Application Software .................................................................. 59
Table 8-2: Configuration Program’s Configuration Web Pages ......................................................................... 60
Table 8-3: Remote Control (Plus) Board’s Digital Inputs from Radio ................................................................ 67
Table 8-4: Remote Control (Plus) Board’s Digital Outputs to Radio .................................................................. 67
Table 8-5: Remote Control (Plus) Board’s Inputs from Station’s External I/O Connector ................................. 67
Table 8-6: Remote Control (Plus) Board’s Outputs to Station’s External I/O Connector ................................... 68
Table 9-1: Required Test Equipment ................................................................................................................. 115
Table B-1: Model 24-66 Tone Remote Controller Jumper Designations .......................................................... B-3
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1 REGULATORY AND SAFETY INFORMATION
1.1 MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMITS
DO NOT TRANSMIT with this Control Station and antenna when persons are within the Maximum
Permissible Exposure (MPE) radius of the antenna. The MPE radius is the minimum distance from the
antenna axis that ALL persons should maintain in order to avoid RF exposure higher than the allowable
MPE level set by the FCC.
FAILURE TO OBSERVE THESE LI
MITS MAY ALLOW ALL PERSONS
WITHIN THE MPE RADIUS TO EXPERIENCE RF RADIATION
ABSORPTION, WHICH EXCEEDS THE FCC MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE
EXPOSURE (MPE) LIMIT. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTROL
STATION OPERATOR TO ENSURE THAT THE MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE
EXPOSURE LIMITS ARE OBSERVED AT ALL TIMES DURING CONTROL
STATION TRANSMISSION. THE CONTROL STATION OPERATOR IS TO
ENSURE THAT NO BYSTANDERS ARE WITHIN THE RADIUS LIMITS.
1.1.1 Determining MPE Radius
Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) radius is unique for each site. It is determined during site
licensing time based on the complete installation environment (i.e., co-location, antenna type, transmit
power level, etc.). Determination of the MPE distance is the responsibility of the installation licensee.
Calculation of the MPE radius is required as part of the site licensing procedure with the FCC.
1.1.2 Safety Training Information
THIS
CONTROL STATION GENERATES RF ELECTROMAGNETIC
ENERGY DURING TRANSMIT MODE. THIS CONTROL STATION IS
DESIGNED FOR AND CLASSIFIED AS “OCCUPATIONAL USE ONLY”
MEANING IT MUST BE USED ONLY IN THE COURSE OF EMPLOYMENT
BY INDIVIDUALS AWARE OF THE HAZARDS AND THE
WAYS TO
MINIMIZE SUCH HAZARDS. THIS CONTROL STATION IS NOT
INTENDED FOR USE BY THE “GENERAL POPULATION” IN AN
UNCONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE
CONTROL STATION OPERATOR TO ENSURE THAT THE MAXIMUM
PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMITS DETERM
INED IN THE PREVIOUS
SECTION ARE OBSERVED AT ALL TIMES DURING TRANSMISSION. THE
CONTROL STATION OPERATOR IS TO ENSURE THAT NO BYSTANDERS
COME WITHIN THE RADIUS OF THE MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE
EXPOSURE LIMITS.
When licensed by the FCC, this Control Station complies with the FCC RF exposure limits when persons
are beyond the MPE radius of the antenna. In addition, the CS7000 Control Station installation complies
with the following Standards and Guidelines with regard to RF energy and electromagnetic energy levels
and evaluation of such levels for exposure to humans:
FCC OET Bulletin 65 Edition 97-01 Supplement C, Evaluating Compliance with FCC Guidelines for
Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields.
American National Standards Institute (C95.1 1992), IEEE Standard for Safety Levels with Respect to
Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3 kHz to 300 GHz.
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American National Standards Institute (C95.3 1992), IEEE Recommended Practice for the
Measurement of Potentially Hazardous Electromagnetic Fields RF and Microwave.
To ensure that your exposure to RF electromagnetic energy is within the FCC allowable
limits for occupational use, do not operate the control station in a manner that would
create an MPE distance in excess of that allowable by the FCC.
This equipment generates or uses R
adio frequency energy. Any changes or
modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by Harris Corporation may cause
harmful interference and could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
1.2 SAFETY SYMBOL CONVENTIONS
The following conventions are used throughout this manual to alert the user to general safety precautions
that must be observed during all phases of operation, service, and repair of this product. Failure to comply
with these precautions or with specific warnings elsewhere violates safety standards of design,
manufacture, and intended use of the product. Harris Corporation assumes no liability for the customers
failure to comply with these standards.
The WARNING symbol calls attention to a procedure, practice, or the like, which,
if not correctly performed or adhered to, could result in personal injury. Do not
proceed beyond a WARNING symbol until the conditions identified are fully
understood or met.
The CAUTION symbol calls attention to an operating procedure, practice, or the like,
which, if not performed correctly or adhered to, could result in damage to the
equipment or severely degrade equipment performance.
The NOTE symbol calls attention to supplemental information, which may improve
system performance or clarify a process or procedure.
The ESD symbol calls attention to procedures, practices, or the like, which could
expose equipment to the effects of Electro-Static Discharge. Proper precautions must be
taken to prevent ESD when handling circuit boards or modules.
The electrical hazard symbol is a WARNING indicating there may be an electrical
shock hazard present.
NOTE
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1.3 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit
into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as the power supply cord, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or
has been dropped.
Warning: The lightning bolt signifies an alert to the user of the presence of un-insulated “dangerous
voltage” within the products enclosure that may be of significant magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
Warning: The exclamation point alerts the user to the presence of important operation and
maintenance (service) instructions in the literature accompanying the product.
Outdoor Use Warning: To reduce the risk of Fire or Electric Shock, Do Not Expose This Apparatus to
Rain or Moisture.
Wet Location Warning: Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
The CS7000 contains no user-serviceable parts. Only authorized service personnel
should open the unit. Obey all warning labels. If you do not follow these
instructions you may risk electric shock, and/or damage to the equipment.
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2 SPECIFICATIONS1
HOUSING CONFIGURATION
CT-013892-001: Control Station, Local-Control, Desktop
CT-013892-002: Control Station, Remote-Control, DesktopFRONT PANEL
CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Local Control Desktop Station: DC Power LED, Speaker
Remote Control Desktop Station: DC Power LED, Speaker, Station Microphone Jack, Station
Volume Control, VU Meter, Intercom Switch, Remote
SwitchREAR PANEL CONNECTORS AND FEATURES
Local and Remote Models (Standard on All Models):
AC Power Input: IEC-302, Unified Power Connector/Fuse/ON-OFF Switch
Main Antenna: Type-N, Female, 50 Ohm
Optional Antenna: BNC, Female, 50 Ohm (for XG-100M Low Band operation)
External I/O (P3): DB-25F, I/O, Small Signal Direct Function
Serial A (P2): USB, 2.0 Type B, 12 Mbps, Radio Programming Port
Serial B (P6): DB-9F, RS-232C (DCE), Serial Interface, Full Duplex,
Hardware Flow Control, ASYNC and SLIP at 19.2kbps
Remote Models (Standard on Remote Models):
CAN Link (J15): 2-Wire Differential, 120 ohms, V2.0B 500kbps
LINE Input (J18): RJ-11 Tone Remote, 600 ohm
Line-Input: -30 to 0 dBm (-20 to +11 dBm Securitone level)
Line-Output: 0 dBm
Computer (J1): RJ-45, 10/100BaseT, Ethernet, to Local PC
LAN (J6): RJ-45, 10/100BaseT, Network, to VoIP Remote Controllers
DIMENSIONS (H x W x D)
Desktop: 3.5 x 17 x 13.1 inches (8.9 x 43.2 x 33.3 cm)
(excludes 1 inch (2.54 cm) rubber feet)
Rack Mount: 3.5 x 17 x 13.1 inches (8.9 x 43.2 x 33.3 cm)
WEIGHT
Without Transceiver: 18 lbs (8.2 kg)
With Transceiver: 24 lbs (11 kg)
1 Specifications listed herein are intended primarily for the use of the service technician. See the appropriate Specifications
Sheet for complete specifications.
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AC INPUT
Maximum: 120 VAC (240VAC), 4.0 Amps (2 Amps), 400 Watts, 50/60 Hz
Transmit (typical): 120 VAC (240VAC), 2.5 Amps (1.25 Amps), 300 Watts, 50/60 Hz
Receive (typical): 120 VAC (240VAC), 1.2 Amps (0.6 Amps), 100 Watts, 50/60 Hz
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature: CT-013892-001:
-30 to +40ºC @ 50 % duty cycle
-30 to +60ºC @ 20 % duty cycle
CT-013892-002:
-0 to +40ºC @ 50 % duty cycle
-0 to +60ºC @ 20 % duty cycle
Storage Temperature: -40 to +70ºC
STANDARDS MIL-STD-810F and EN 61000-4-2
Test Methods:
Low Pressure: 500.4/I&II
High Temperature: 501.4/I&II
Low Temperature: 502.4/I&II
Temperature Shock: 503.4/I
Basic Transportation Vibration: 514.5/I Category 4
Functional/Basic Shock: 516.5/I
Humidity: 507.4
ESD (2001): EN 61000-4-2
DUTY CYCLE
Receiver: 100% (per EIA-603)
Transmitter: 20 % (per EIA-603), from -30 to +60ºC (model CT-013892-001)
20 % (per EIA-603), from 0 to +60ºC (model CT-013892-002)
SPEAKER
Impedance: 12 ohms
Rated Power: 3 W RMS
Distortion: 5% at rated power from 300-3000 Hz
Buzzes/Rattles: None
Acoustic Output: 95 dB SPL @ 3 W @ 12 inches @ 1 KHz
Acoustic Response: ± 5 dB from 300-3000 Hz
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REMOTE CONTROL MODES (Model: CT-013892-002)
Tone Remote Control: 2 or 4-wire tone remote control interface with maximum number
of Tone Remote Controllers (TRCs) limited only by line
conditions (loss, loading, noise, etc.); Modes: EDACS, P25,
OpenSky, and Conventional
Voice over IP: VoIP audio with PTT control interface supports up to five (5)
VoIP Remote Controllers; Modes: EDACS, P25, OpenSky, and
Conventional
Controller Area Network: CAN interface supports up to five (5) CAN-based Remote
Controllers; Modes: OpenSky and Conventional
As of the publication of this manual, the CS7000 Remote Control Station may be
configured for Tone Remote Control or VoIP Remote Control, but not both at the same
time. Contact the Technical Assistance Center for additional information.
TRANSCEIVER Specifications determined by the mobile radio’s specifications.
Refer to the applicable M5300/M7300 mobile radio maintenance
manual.
REGULATORY FCC Part-15 Class B Compliant
FCC Part 90 Compliant (refer to mobile radio manual)
Industry Canada RSS-119 (refer to mobile radio manual)
EN60950 Compliant
CSA22.2 Compliant
NOTE
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3 INTRODUCTION
The CS7000 Control Station provides the latest in digital radio technology using a Harris’ M5300,
M7300, or Unity XG-100M mobile radio installed into the Control Station. The station may be equipped
to support one or more of the following operating modes:
OpenSky® digital operation (M5300 or M7300).
Enhanced Digital Access Communications System (EDACS®) or ProVoice trunked modes (M5300
or M7300).
APCO Project 25 Phase I compliant Common Air Interface (P25 CAI) trunked radio networking.
Conventional analog mode.
The CS7000 Control Station is typically used for voice and data dispatch communications via optional
remotely-connected Desktop Controllers. Remote Desktop Controllers may be connected via any of the
following remote control formats:
Controller Area Network (CAN) link connection.
Tone controlled line input.
LAN-based Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) connection.
CAN links are generally limited to 250 feet end-to-end line length, but may utilize an optional
fiber-optic-based CAN Bus Extender for increased separation between the CS7000 Control Station and a
CAN-based Desktop Controller(s). Tone Remote Controllers connect via 2-wire or 4-wire line audio
connections. VoIP requires connectivity to a Wide Area Network (WAN) or Local Area Network (LAN).
Figure 3-1: CT-013892-001 Local Control Station with Scan Head (Front View)
Figure 3-2: CT-013892-002 Local/Remote Control Station with System Head (Front View)
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3.1 VOICE OPERATION
The voice path operates like a traditional FM analog dispatch radio, with a microphone to transmit
(Push-To-Talk) and a speaker to receive. In OpenSky Trunked Protocol (OTP) and P25 modes, all
transmissions are in digital mode. Speech heard by the microphone is converted and transmitted over-the-
air as a digitized signal, and re-converted back to analog and heard over the speaker by the receiving unit.
Systems operating in EDACS mode may employ analog or digital voice modes.
3.2 OPTIONAL REMOTE CONTROL (WITH INTERCOM)
The CS7000 Control Station may be equipped with the Remote Control Option. As illustrated in Figure
3-2, the Remote Control Option consists of a enhanced faceplate with intercom controls, and a Remote
Control (Plus) Board which provides the ability to remotely control the station features such as PTT
(transmit), group and/or channel control, and intercom.
3.2.1 Intercom Operation
Control Stations equipped with the optional Remote Control (Plus) Board is also equipped with an
intercom function. The intercom function allows voice communications between the Control Stations
operator and operators at Desktop Controllers connected via the CAN link, VoIP link, or Tone Remote
Controllers connected to the line connector. Even when intercom is activated, incoming network radio
calls are still routed to the speaker in the Desktop Controllers in receive mode (not keyed). In other
words, radio calls are not muted when the Desktop Controllers intercom function is active, unless the
remote is keyed and making an intercom transmission.
3.3 RELATED DOCUMENTATION
The following documents contain additional information relative to the CS7000 Control Station. These
documents may be helpful during the installation and maintenance of this equipment.
Table 3-1: Reference Documents
DOCUMENTATION MANUAL NUMBER
CS7000 Control Station Operators Manual MM-014713-001
USB Communications Port Driver Software Installation Manual MM-015245-001
M5300 Transceiver Operators Manual MM-012125-001
M5300 Transceiver Quick Guide when using OpenSky Systems MM-012997-001
M5300 Transceiver Quick Guide when using P25, EDACS, or Conventional
Systems MM-013232-001
M7300 Transceiver Operators Manual MM-014716-001
M7300 Transceiver Quick Guide when using OpenSky Systems MM-014368-001
M7300 Transceiver Quick Guide when using P25, EDACS, or Conventional
Systems MM-014369-001
Unity XG-100M Transceiver Operator’s Manual 14221-1200-2000
Unity XG-100M Transceiver Quick Guide 14221-1200-1000
M5300/P5300 Software Release Notes for Software Media Kits SK-
012724-001 and SK-012720-001 (OTP Releases R13A through R15W) MS-014467-001
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Table 3-1: Reference Documents
DOCUMENTATION MANUAL NUMBER
M5300/M7300 Software Release Notes for Software Media Kits
SK-012724-016 and SK-015406-016 (OTP Release R16D = 16.4) MS-018835-001
M5300 Software Release Notes for Software Media Kit SK-012724-016
(M5300 OTP Release R16F = 16.6) MS-018988-001
M7300 Software Release Notes for Software Media Kit SK-015406-009
(M7300 OTP Rear Panel Software Releases R15A through R15C) MS-018245-001
M7300 Software Release Notes for Software Media Kit SK-015406-016
(M7300 OTP Release R16F = 16.6) MS-018990-001
M5300/M7300 MCU Software Release Notes for Software Media Kit
SK-018180-001 MS-018458-001
Unity XG-100M Mobile Radio Software Release Notes for Software Media
SK-018940-001 14221-1200-8050
Unity DES Encryption Module Software Release Notes for Software Media
SK-019406-002 14221-1100-8050
OpenSky Mobile-End System (MES) AT Command Manual MM-016649-001
M5300 EDACS/ProVoice, Conventional, and P25 Software Release Notes for
Software Media Kits SK-010365-001, SK-011983-001, SK-012721-001,
SK-012725-001, and SK-018180-001 MS-010366-001
CH-721 Control Head Software Release Notes for Software Distribution Kit
ST-011241-001 MS-013563-001
VHF M7300 Maintenance Manual MM-017065-001
800 MHz M5300 and 700/800 MHz M7300 Maintenance Manual MM-014718-001
900 MHz M5300 Maintenance Manual MM-012126-001
Unity XG-100M Maintenance Manual 14221-1200-5000
CH-721 Maintenance Manual MM-008918-001
Site Grounding and Lightning Protection Guidelines AE/LZT 123 4618/1
Tower Requirements and General Specifications LBI-39185
Antenna Specifications LBI-38983
CAN Bus Extender User’s Manual MM-009088-001
CS7000 Fan Upgrade Kit KT-018569-002 Installation Manual MM-018569-002
(Continued)
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3.4 CUSTOMER RESOURCE INFORMATION
3.4.1 Technical Support
The Technical Assistance Center (TAC) is available to help with overall system operation, maintenance,
upgrades and product support. TAC is the point of contact when answers are needed to technical
questions.
Product specialists, with detailed knowledge of product operation, maintenance and repair provide
technical support via a toll-free (in North America) telephone number. Support is also available through
mail, fax and e-mail.
For more information about technical assistance services, contact your sales representative, or contact the
Technical Assistance Center at the following:
North America: 1-800-528-7711
International: 1-434-385-2400
Fax: 1-434-455-6712
E-mail: PSPC_tac@harris.com
3.4.2 Tech-Link
For more information about this and other Harris PSPC products, check out our online Tech-Link service
at:
https://premier.pspc.harris.com/
Tech-Link is a one stop link to Technical Documentation (downloadable PDFs), Software Revisions,
Feature Encryption, pictorials of parts and accessories, and other information pertaining to our products.
It’s information that will enhance your service efforts, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
3.4.3 Customer Care
If any part of the system equipment is damaged on arrival, contact the shipper to conduct an inspection
and prepare a damage report. Save the shipping container and all packing materials until the inspection
and the damage report are completed. In addition, contact the Customer Care center to make
arrangements for replacement equipment. Do not return any part of the shipment until you receive
detailed instructions from a Harris representative.
Contact the Customer Care center at http://www.pspc.harris.com/CustomerService or:
North America:
Phone Number: 1-800-368-3277
Fax Number: 1-321-409-4393
E-mail: PSPC_CustomerFocus@harris.com
International:
Phone Number: 1-434-455-6403
Fax Number: 1-321-409-4394
E-mail: PSPC_InternationalCustomerFocus@harris.com
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4 UNPACKING AND CHECKING EQUIPMENT
4.1 MATERIALS
The CS7000 Control Station includes an AC Power Cord for connecting to standard AC power
(120 VAC, 60 Hz). No installation kit is available, as every installation is custom. Remote control
models of the CS7000 may be used in conjunction with a Desktop Controller, and may include other
accessories that can be installed. Table 4-1 lists equipment top-level part numbers, and Table 4-2 lists
available accessories.
The CS7000 must not be powered up unless an antenna is installed and connected.
An antenna and its cabling must be purchased separately.
Antennas and coaxial
cables are typically customized to the installation site. Have site surveys performed to
identify an appropriate antenna and antenna feed line requirements.
4.2 MATERIAL INSPECTION
After removal from the carton, examine the components and installation items for
broken, damaged, loose or missing parts. If any are noted, contact the Customer Care
center immediately to discuss and arrange for the return of the equipment to Harris for
replacement. Refer to Section 3.4.3 on page 19 for Customer Care center contact
information. Any unauthorized attempts to repair or modify this equipment will void
the warranty and could create a safety hazard.
Upon removing items from the carton and verifying all equipment is accounted for, proceed with the
installation.
Table 4-1: CS7000 Control Station Part Numbers
DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER
CS7000 Control Station, Desktop Configuration, Local Control CT-013892-001
CS7000 Control Station, Desktop Configuration, Remote Control CT-013892-002
NOTE
CAUTION
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Table 4-2: CS7000 Control Station Accessories
DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER
Desktop Microphone MC-014121-001
Desktop Microphone MC-014121-002
Antenna, 800 MHz Yagi with 10 dBd (12 dBi) Gain AN-025137-008
Cable, Coax: Antenna Jumper Kit MAMROS0095
Lightning Protection Device, DC Blocked, (Sim. to. PolyPhaser:
DSXL-MA-BF), 700 to 2700 MHz, N-male (ant.) to N-female (eq.) DSXL-MA-BF
CAN Terminator CD-014027-001
Cable, CAN; 0.6 feet, Black, Right-Angle-to-Straight Connectors CA-009562-0R6
Cable, CAN; 6 feet, Black, Right-Angle-to-Straight Connectors CA-009562-006
Cable, CAN; 30 feet, Black, Right-Angle-to-Straight Connectors CA-009562-030
Cable, CAN; 90 feet, Black, Right-Angle-to-Straight Connectors CA-009562-090
Cable, CAN; 250 feet, Black, Right-Angle-to-Straight Connectors CA-009562-250
CAN Y-cable, Black, Right-Angle-to-Two Straight Connectors CA-011344
Kit, CAN Bus Extender (Includes CAN Bus Extender MD-008577 and
AC Wall Power Supply) [2 required per optical CAN link] MAA7-NSU5C
USB Communications Port Driver Software SK-015121-001
Radio Personality Manager (SK-104768-001: Programming Software
for P25, EDACS, OpenSky) TQS3385 Rev. B
(minimum)
Radio Personality Manager (SK-012177-001: Programming Software
for Analog Conventional and P25 Conventional) TQS3389 Rev. A
(minimum)
Tone Remote Controller: IDA Model 24-66 with Desk Mic (Used with
CS7000 Control Station CT-013892-002) ID-431-24-66M
Tone Remote Controller: IDA Model 24-66 with Handset (Used with
CS7000 Control Station CT-013892-002) ID-431-24-66H
VoIP Remote Controller: IDA Model ID-431-24-66M-VOIP, w/Handset
(Used with CS7000 Control Station CT-013892-002) CU-017947
VoIP Remote Controller: IDA Model ID-431-24-66H-VOIP, w/ Desk Mic
(Used with CS7000 Control Station CT-013892-002) CU-017948
Wall Mount Bracket for IDA 24-66 series remotes 431-RBC-001
Rack Mount Kit for CS7000 HD-014666-001
Headset/Footswitch option for IDA 24-66 series remotes w/Desk Mic 431-RBC-007
CS7000 Fan Upgrade Kit KT-018569-002
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5 INSTALLATION
Harris recommends the buyer use only an
authorized representative to install and
service this product. The warranties provided to the buyer under the terms of sale shall
be null and void if this product is installed or serviced improperly, and Harris shall
have no further obligation to the buyer for any damage caused to the product or to any
person or personal property.
Prior to installation, ensure that the CS7000 has been configured for customer usage
such as channels and personality.
5.1 REQUIRED TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
5.1.1 Tools and Shop Supplies Required to Install the CS7000
The following is a list of tools required to complete a standard installation:
Phillips screwdriver, size #2 (for cabinet screws).
5/32” Hex key (for radio mounting screws).
3/8” Nut driver (for rear panel-mounted ground screw).
Various fasteners; as required.
Special tools needed to construct and/or install optional cables and accessories are listed in the installation
and configuration sections for the option or accessory.
5.1.2 Equipment Required for CS7000 Configuration
The following is a list of additional equipment needed to configure the CS7000:
Personal Computer (PC) with an available USB communication port and running Microsoft®
Windows® XP or Windows Server 2003. OpenSky programming requires a terminal application
software program such as Windows HyperTerminal, and P25, EDACS, and Conventional requires the
programming software listed in Table 4-2 on page 21.
Standard USB 2.0B computer cable, USB-A to USB-B connectors.
See Table 9-1 on page 115 for a list of test equipment required to perform antenna tests procedures.
TQS3385 Rev. B (min): Radio Personality Manager (Programming Software for P25, EDACS,
OpenSky).
TQS3389 Rev. A (min): Radio Personality Manager (Programming Software for Analog
Conventional and P25 Conventional).
TQS3416 Rev. B (min): Key Manager (Key Administrator application Key Loader application.
SK-015121-001: USB Communications Port Driver Software.
CAUTION
NOTE
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5.2 PLANNING THE CS7000 INSTALLATION
Plan the mounting locations of all components (CS7000, antenna, and cables) and determine the routes
for all wiring and cables. Consider also the connection of desktop remotes for planning purposes. Follow
all manufacturer requirements and guidelines for the location of components.
For installations with CAN-based Desktop Controllers
which require connection
through the CAN (Controller Area Network) digital interface, pay particular attention
to the routing of CAN cable in the facility. It may be necessary to use plenum-rated
cable for in-building installations. Refer to Section 0 that begins on page 35 and/or
consult with TAC to identify the proper cabling.
All cables should be installed with a service loop at each end. During the installation,
do NOT bend any cable at a severe angle near a connector. When the installation is
complete, verify no cable is under any tension. Failure to do so may lead to damaged
cables, causing intermittent operation, or complete equipment failure.
Optimal performance is based upon proper mounting
techniques. An improperly
installed unit may experience degradation in the quality of communication with the
OpenSky network.
5.3 CS7000 INSTALLATION
Determine the customers preferences, if any, including location of components. Comply with these
preferences insofar as they are consistent with safety, manufacturer specifications, and generally accepted
professional practices.
5.3.1 Desktop Installations
CS7000 Control Station CT-013892-001 and CT-013892-002 can be placed upon a desktop, tabletop, or
another flat horizontal surface with an adequate size and weight rating. Unit dimensions are
3.5 x 17 x 13.1 inches. (8.9 x 43.2 x 33.3 cm), excluding the 1-inch (2.54 cm) rubber feet, and the weight
is approximately 24 pounds (11 kg.) with the mobile radio installed.
Figure 5-1: CS7000, Front View of Remote Control, Desktop Configuration
NOTE
CAUTION
CAUTION
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Figure 5-2: CS7000 Rear Panel (shown with Remote Control (Plus) Board installed)
Never place any other equipment directly on top of the CS7000
. The case is not
designed to handle the weight of other equipment.
The CS7000 must be kept away from sources of heat. Adequate ventilation must
be provided to the air inlet at the rear of the unit where the fan is located and to
the ventilation holes on the rear-sides of the unit.
5.3.2 AC Power Connection
The CS7000 only supports an AC power connection. Follow these general guidelines:
Ensure familiarity with AC power input connection, including maintenance of the fuse; and,
Make certain that cable routing will not damage or interfere with any existing wiring at the
installation location.
In order to accommodate both U.S. and other standards, the CS7000 can be used at voltages in the range
of 110120 VAC (50/60 Hz) and 220240 VAC (50/60 Hz). The power cord for U.S. applications
(110 – 120 VAC) is included with the CS7000 when it ships from the factory. For other applications, the
appropriate power cord must be purchased separately. The receptacle at the back of the CS7000 is an
IEC-320 C14-type connector for accepting a cord with an IEC-320 C13-type plug.
5.3.3 AC Fuse Replacement
In the event that a fuse blows in the CS7000, disconnect AC power from the unit by unplugging the cord
from the AC power source or by unplugging the cord from the IEC-320-type AC power connector on the
CS7000’s rear panel, and follow this replacement procedure:
1. As shown in Figure 5-3, slip the tip of a small flat-blade screwdriver into the pry slot at the top of the
AC Power Module and open the fuse assembly door.
2. Remove the fuse holder and replace the blown fuse with a new 4-amp, 250-volt fuse.
3. Re-insert and reseat the fuse assembly until the panel snaps back into place.
4. Reconnect AC power to the unit.
CAUTION
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Figure 5-3: CS7000 Fuse Replacement (Rear Panel Views)
5.4 ANTENNA INSTALLATION
Antenna installations vary greatly depending on the type of antenna mounting structure, height, and the
surrounding environment. Professional antenna installation services are highly recommended when
installing and maintaining communications antenna systems. This manual makes no attempt to provide
step-by-step instructions for installing the antenna and supporting structure. Rather, general
recommendations and considerations are provided. Further, where installation instructions provided by
antenna and other related antenna equipment manufacturers differ from this manual, the manufacturers
instructions are to be followed at all times. When in doubt, always contact the equipment manufacturer or
the Technical Assistance Center for further assistance. Follow all national and local building code
requirements when installing antenna systems.
5.4.1 RF Safety Information
The antenna must be installed by a qualified antenna professional. Improper
installation of the antenna may lead to poor radio performance, and harmful
exposure to RF electromagnetic energy.
The CS7000 antenna installation must comply with the FCC RF exposure limits as discussed in Section
1.1. Installation of the antenna for the CS7000 is to be performed so that no person is within the distance
of maximum permissible exposure limits specified in the FCC regulations. The CS7000 must be disabled
before antenna maintenance is performed.
5.4.2 General Information
Several manuals are available that provide useful information during the installation process. General
antenna installation specifications may be found in the Antenna Systems Manual, publication number
LBI-38983. Tower Requirements and General Specifications may be found in the Specifications,
Guidelines and Practices Manual, publication number LBI-39185. In addition, site grounding must
conform to the requirements found in the Site Grounding and Lightning Protection Guidelines Manual,
publication number AE/LZT 123 4618/1.
Failure to follow these instructions will void the product warranty and may expose the end user and others
to excessive radio frequency hazards. Antennas should be installed outdoors.
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5.4.3 Building Installation Considerations
The length of antenna cable should be kept as short as possible to minimize cable loss. Therefore, the
CS7000 should be installed within the building in a location as close to the location of the outside
antenna’s cable entry as reasonably possible. Remote control options (remote desktop controllers) should
be utilized when the most suitable station installation location is impractical for the intended user(s)
access. Consult with RF equipment installation professionals for more information.
If routed through walls, plenums, or other channeling aids, the cable must be protected
from excessive handling, bending, or rubbing.
5.4.4 Base Station Antennas
The CS7000’s antenna can be roof-top mounted or mounted on the side of a building. The rooftop-mount
yagi antenna listed in Table 4-2 on page 21 is recommended for an 800 MHz control station. Side-
mounting onto a building with other types of directional antennas is also acceptable as long as proper
line-of-sight alignment can be achieved.
For best performance, the antenna should be placed as far away as practical from any other antennas or
structures, and high enough to clear the line-of-sight of major obstructions.
Ensure that feed lines, lightning protection devices, coaxial jumpers, and any other
inline RF devices meet frequency and RF power requirements for the specific
installation.
5.4.5 Transmission Lines
Many different RF coaxial cable types can be used for the antenna connection as long as the utilized cable
meets the following minimum requirements. Cable loss, length of cable, antenna type used, etc., are
issues to consider when selecting the type of cable needed. Minimum cable specifications are:
50 ohm nominal impedance;
Minimal RF Loss at frequency range;
1.5:1 VSWR (typical);
3 dB/100 feet cable loss (maximum); and,
Weatherproof construction.
Always hand-tighten RF connectors. Do not tighten RF connectors with tools unless
recommended by the connector manufacturer. The use of a torque wrench is
acceptable when the manufacturer of the connector has specified a torque value.
5.4.5.1 Minimum Transmission Line Bending Radius
When Heliax, Superflex, or another similar transmission line is used, always adhere to the minimum
bending requirements provided by the manufacturer (refer to Table 5-1).
NOTE
CAUTION
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Table 5-1: Minimum Bend Radius Values for RF Transmission Lines
CABLE SIZE TYPE PART NUMBER MINIMUM-BEND RADIUS
Andrews Corp.
1/4 inch Superflex FSJ1-50A 1 in (25 mm)
1/2 inch Superflex FSJ4-50B 1.25 in (32 mm)
1/2 inch Heliax LDF4-50A 5.0 in (125 mm)
7/8 inch Heliax LDF5-50A 10 in (250 mm)
1-1/4 inch Heliax LDF6-50 15 in (380 mm)
1-5/8 inch Heliax LDF7-50A 20 in (510 mm)
1/4 inch Superflexible SCF14-50J 1 in (25 mm)
RFS Cablewave Corp.
1/2 inch Superflexible SCF12-50J 1.25 in (32 mm)
1/2 inch Hardline LCF12-50J 5.0 in (125 mm)
7/8 inch Hardline LCF78-50J 10 in (250 mm)
1-1/4 inch Hardline LCF114-50J 15 in (380 mm)
1-5/8 inch Hardline LCF158-50J 20 in (510 mm)
5.4.6 Tower Installations
While most Control Station antenna installations are building and roof mounted, occasionally Control
Stations are installed at sites with towers. Always observe all safety instructions and ensure a safe and
proper antenna installation by following all tower manufacturersrecommendations. In addition to local
building codes, the most current revision of industry standard TIA/EIA-222: Structural Standards for
Steel Antenna Towers and Antenna Supporting Structures must be adhered to during tower and antenna
installations.
5.5 GROUNDING AND LIGHTNING PROTECTION
Proper grounding is necessary, not only for correct functionality and maximum performance, but also for
minimizing damage that may occur from lightning strikes and personnel safety.
Assuming the facility where the CS7000 Control Station is installed is protected properly from lightning
strikes on the AC power line, the station is still susceptible to damage from lightning through the RF
antenna port, LAN, and phone line inputs. The CS7000 Control Station does not include an integrated
lightning protection device at the antenna port, so it is recommended to install an external lightning
protection device. Lightning protection devices are only effective if the connections are made as their
design intended. Follow the manufacturer’s mounting instructions to ensure a properly grounded unit.
A #10 grounding stud is located at the rear of the CS7000 Control Station. For safety purposes, connect it
to a suitable earth ground using 14-AWG (or larger) wire. For additional information, refer to the
applicable instructions in the Site Grounding and Lightning Protection Guidelines Manual, publication
number AE/LZT 123 4618/1.
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5.6 BACKUP POWER SOURCES
Due to the great advancements in the industrys backup power resources, the CS7000 Control Station
does not provide connections for backup AC or DC power resources. Rather, it is recommended to utilize
commonly available resources discussed in the following sub-sections.
5.6.1 Uninterruptible Power Supplies
It is recommended when a backup AC power source is required for a CS7000 Control Station installation
to use an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) system. These systems can vary greatly in price, size, and
run time. Well engineered UPS systems monitor the commercial AC power mains for harmful changes in
the power being supplied. Some UPS systems run in “hot standby” mode providing even greater
protection to the equipment connected to the UPS.
5.6.2 Gas/Propane Generators
Generators may be used when the AC power mains are expected to be down for extended periods of time.
However, generators can occasionally produce unwanted fluctuations and power surges that can
potentially damage the power supply in electronic devices. If generators are used, it is strongly
recommended to also use a UPS inline between the generator and CS7000 Control Station as an added
layer of protection from potentially damaging changes in generator power.
5.6.3 Hydrogen Power Systems
Many alternative power products are available in todays marketplace. Hydrogen power systems are
quickly becoming the main and backup power source of choice for some customers. Hydrogen power
systems are inherent to high reliability with few moving parts, require lower capital costs than combustion
engine generators, and typically have lower life cycle costs than combustion engine generators. They are
environmentally friendly, produce no toxins, can be installed indoors or outdoors, typically have a smaller
footprint and weight than combustion engine generators, and run silently. Hydrogen fuel and replacement
tanks are commonly available in most all locations.
5.7 CONNECTING VoIP DESKTOP REMOTE CONTROLLERS
The IDA model 24-66 VoIP Remote Base Controller is supported for VoIP operations with the CS7000
Control Station. The CS7000 Control Station’s Remote Control (Plus) Board provides VoIP and control
capability to the station. When equipped with the Remote Control (Plus) Board, the rear panel of the
station is equipped with a standard RJ-45 Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) jack. This jack provides
standard Internet Protocol (IP) based connectivity, and may connect to an Ethernet LAN via hub or switch
equipment. Up to twenty-one (21) VoIP Remote Controllers can be connected to a CS7000 Control
Station.
Establishing Ethernet connectivity between the CS7000 Control Station and a VoIP Remote Base
Controller may be accomplished by one of the following methods:
Local Ethernet cabling.
Public accessed Internet Service Providers (ISP).
Privately managed (non-public) ISP.
Wireless routers.
Any combination of the above.
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Each method listed above will present unique setup and configuration requirements too numerous to
cover in this manual. Remember, the CS7000 Control Station and the IDA model 24-66 Remote Base
Controller operate via standard Ethernet technology. When choosing the connectivity method,
compatibility issues such as network security, VPN access, firewalls, and port forwarding must be pre-
determined. While these issues affect the operation of VoIP systems, they are not usually base station or
remote issues, they are network related issues.
However, Harris will make every effort to provide technical assistance. Our system engineering team and
our Technical Assistance Center (listed in Section 3.4) are great system integration resources.
Additionally, the ISP, or the manufacturer of the hub, switch, or router equipment affecting the operation
may be able to provide assistance. Other information about the IDA 24-66 VoIP Remote Base Controller
not mentioned in this manual may be obtained from http://www.idaco.com/.
As of the
publication of this manual, the CS7000 Remote Control Station may be
configured for Tone Remote Control or VoIP Remote Control, but not both at the
same time. Contact the Technical Assistance Center for additional information.
5.7.1 Local Ethernet Connectivity (no Hub or Switch)
For installations where the CS7000 Control Station and the VoIP remote(s) are co-located at the same
location, one (1) IDA 24-66 VoIP Remote Base Controller may be connected directly to the CS7000
Control Station via an Ethernet cable. See Figure 5-4. Additional VoIP Remote Controllers may be
connected in a daisy chain fashion to the first remote by using the 2nd Ethernet port built into each IDA
24-66 VoIP Remote Base Controller. This configuration is desirable when all equipment is located
together in a relatively small area, such as an office or small business location. This configuration
minimizes the need for routers, hubs, and other potentially costly hardware, and offers increased security
(when needed) since the Ethernet wiring is localized.
Figure 5-4: CS7000 Installed Locally using Ethernet Connectivity (no Hub or Switch)
5.7.2 Ethernet Connectivity using a Hub or Switch
For installations where the CS7000 Control Station and the VoIP remote(s) are co-located at the same
location, and LAN Ethernet connectivity is already established within the building, it is possible for the
CS7000 Control Station and the remote(s) to utilize the existing network (refer toFigure 5-5). This
configuration may also be beneficial in larger buildings to overcome Ethernet line length limitations.
When considering any Ethernet connectivity method other than local Ethernet cabling as discussed in
Section 5.7.1, it is recommended to discuss setup, configuration, and hardware requirements with all
service and hardware providers to establish any incompatibility issues (refer to Section 5.7).
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Figure 5-5: CS7000 Installed Locally using Ethernet Hub or Switch
5.7.3 Remote Control via LAN/WAN Ethernet Connectivity
For installations where the CS7000 Control Station and the VoIP remote(s) are located at different
locations, Wide Area network (WAN) Ethernet connectivity must be utilized. WAN connectivity may be
in the form of a publically accessible ISP (the internet), or a privately managed ISP (refer to Figure 5-6).
In this configuration, one remote may be directly connected to the WANs Ethernet connection, and more
remotes may be daisy chained to the first remote similar to the method shown in Figure 5-4. Or, a multi-
connection Ethernet device, such as a hub, switch, or router may be used to connect multiple remotes to
the station (refer to Figure 5-6). This configuration is beneficial by providing connectivity to more than
one location, and multiple remotes, over great distances.
When considering any Ethernet connectivity method other than local Ethernet cabling as discussed in
Section 5.7.1, it is recommended to discuss setup, configuration, and hardware requirements with all
service and hardware providers to establish any incompatibility issues (refer to Section 5.7).
Figure 5-6: CS7000 Installed Remotely Using VoIP Using LAN/WAN Connectivity
5.7.4 Ethernet via Wireless Connectivity
When practical, it is possible to utilize 802.11, 802.16, or other similar wireless services for connectivity
between any combination of CS7000 Control Station or IDA 24-66 Remote Base Controllers (refer to
Figure 5-7). These devices are not provided with the CS7000 Control Station, or with the IDA 24-66
VoIP Remote Base Controller.
Wireless routers provide easier installation in buildings where adding Ethernet cabling is costly and
difficult. Since no physical connection exists when using wireless, off-the-shelf consumer wireless
hardware is usually an inexpensive way of providing an extra layer of lightning/surge protection to more
expensive communications equipment like the CS7000 Control Station or VoIP Remote Base Controllers.
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However, since the wireless platforms are transmitted over-the-air, consideration must be placed on
network security, and other connectivity issues such as VPN access, firewalls, and port forwarding.
When considering any Ethernet connectivity method other than local Ethernet cabling as discussed in
Section 5.7.1, it is recommended to discuss setup, configuration, and hardware requirements with all
service and hardware providers to establish any incompatibility issues (refer to Section 5.7).
Figure 5-7: CS7000 Installed Locally using Wireless Ethernet Connectivity
5.8 CONNECTING TONE REMOTE CONTROLLERS
The CS7000 Control Stations Remote Control (Plus) Board has an RJ-11 LINE input connector for
interfacing one or more Tone Remote Controllers (TRCs) to the station. The maximum number of TRCs
that can be connected to a CS7000 Control Station is limited only by line conditions/characteristics of the
utilized telephone line(s), such as loss, loading and noise. The Secur-It tone from any connected TRC
must arrive at the station at a level of 20 dBm (or greater).
The term “two-wiredescribes a single pair of dedicated metallic wires in the form of discrete 600-ohm
telephone-grade wire provided by a customer, 600-ohm dry (quiet line only) telephone-grade line
provided by a telephone company, or the multiplexed equivalent provided by customer owned equipment.
This type of circuit will support the bi-directional transmission of audio signals in the nominal 300 to
3000 Hz frequency range.
The term “four-wiredescribes two pairs of (usually) multiplexed dedicated telephone-grade circuits with
one pair going each way. Each pair will support uni-directional transmission of audio signals in the
nominal 300 to 3000 Hz frequency range. One pair is usually designated as the SEND pair while the other
is designated as the RECEIVE pair. These circuits may be obtained for voice applications.
As of the publication of this manual,
the CS7000 Remote Control Station may be
configured for Tone Remote Control or VoIP Remote Control, but not both at the
same time. Contact the Technical Assistance Center for additional information.
5.8.1 Tone Signaling
In tone remote applications, Tone Remote Controllers send specific audio tones at pre-defined levels and
time lengths down the line where the station assigns the decoded tones to control various functions of the
station. The format of the signaling is an industry standard that has been used for many years. The remote
board of the station decodes the sequence of tones and then it instructs the mobile radio installed in the
CS7000 to perform a specific function. The remote board may be programmed to allow control of the
following functions of the radio or desktop station:
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Select a Specific System and Group (SG function);
Transmit on a Specific System and Group;
Channel Guard Monitor; and,
Turn Scanning Off or On.
Other possible actions include:
Remote Board Output Selection and,
Control Other Keyboard Functions of the Radio.
Signaling from a TRC consists of a high-level Secur-it or Guard tone, followed by the appropriate
medium-level function tone, followed by a hold tone if the transmitter is keyed. The tone control
sequence is shown in Figure 5-8.
The level of the function tone is sent at the same level as the average voice test tone and is the reference
for the level of the other tones. Secur-it tone is a +10 dB, 2175 Hz tone present for 125 milliseconds.
The Secur-it tone is followed by a 40 millisecond, 0 dB Function tone. The Function tone is followed by
a 2175 Hz Hold tone at -20 dB level for as long as the PTT is pressed.
The CS7000 has the ability to decode a dual-function TRC, where there are two functions tones of 40
milliseconds each. This increases the possible functions greatly, but does add an increase in the time of
action by 40 milliseconds.
Figure 5-8: Tone Remote Control Signaling
The configuration and selected function of the TRC determines the frequency of the function tone.
Industry standard function tones range from 1050 Hz to 2050 Hz, and are spaced 100 Hz apart. The
CS7000 has the capability of extending this range and intervals when configured.
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Table 5-2: Example* Tone Functionality for Tone Remote Control Signaling
TONE
(Hz)
FUNCTION TONE
(Hz)
FUNCTION
2175 Sercur-It / Tx Hold 1550 Channel Guard Decode On
2050 RX Channel Guard Monitor
(Reset by PTT) 1450 Channel Guard Decode Off
1950 System/Group 1 1350 System/Group 5
1850 System/Group 2 1250 System/Group 6
1750 System/Group 3 1150 System/Group 7
1650 System/Group 4 1050 System/Group 8
NOTE: Use of tones below 1050 Hz may degrade system performance due to low frequency noise components on
telephone-grade wire connections.
* The functionality listed for each tone is an examplesee station remote programming for specific information.
5.8.2 Connecting One Tone Remote Controller
Line loading characteristics of the LINE input of the Control Station must be properly setup. If only one
TRC is connected, the CS7000 Control Station and the TRC are both considered line terminating end
points. Both devices must have their line impedance set to the low impedance (600 ohm) state for proper
termination. This line interface configuration is illustrated in the following figure:
Tone Remote
Controller
Line Interface = LOW
impedance
CS7000 Control Station
LINE INPUT
Line Interface = LOW
impedance (600 ohms)
2 or 4-wire line interface
Figure 5-9: Line Input Configured as an Endpoint and Interfaced to One TRC
Refer to Section 8.12 for instructions on configuring the CS7000 Control Station’s line inputs. Consult
installation instructions for the Tone Remote Controller for configuration instructions.
5.8.3 Connecting More than One Tone Remote Controllers
The following figure illustrates the CS7000 Control Station at the end of a “chain” of paralleled TRCs. In
this configuration, the Control Station and the TRC that is farthest away from the Control Station in
physical cable distance must have their line impedance set to the low impedance (600 ohm) state for
proper termination. All other TRCs must be set to the high impedance state.
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Tone Remote
Controller 1
Line Interface = HIGH
impedance
CS7000 Control Station
LINE INPUT
Line Interface = LOW
impedance (600 ohms)
2 or 4-wire line interface
Tone Remote
Controller 2
Line Interface = HIGH
impedance
Tone Remote
Controller N
Line Interface = LOW
impedance
Note: Tone Remote
Controller N is farthest
away in physical distance.
Splitters or Terminal Distribution
• • • • • • •
Figure 5-10: Configured as an Endpoint and Interfaced to Multiple Paralleled TRCs
The next figure illustrates the CS7000 Control Station in the middle of a “chain” of TRCs. In this
configuration, the two TRCs farthest away from each other in physical cable distance must have their line
impedance set to the low impedance (600 ohm) state for proper termination. The Control Station and all
other paralleled TRCs must be set to the high impedance state.
CS7000 Control Station
LINE INPUT
Line Interface = HIGH
impedance
2 or 4-wire line interface
Tone Remote
Controller Y
Line Interface = HIGH
impedance
Tone Remote
Controller Z
Line Interface = LOW
impedance
Note: Tone Remote Controllers
1 and Z are farthest away in
physical distance. (i.e., “at the
ends of the chain”)
• • • • • • •
Tone Remote
Controller 1
Line Interface = LOW
impedance
Tone Remote
Controller X
Line Interface = HIGH
impedance
• • • • • • •
Splitters or
Terminal
Distribution
Figure 5-11: Control Station in the Middle of a Chain and Interfaced to Multiple Paralleled TRCs
5.8.4 LINE Input Connector
Table 5-3 describes the pins of the CS7000 Control Stations RJ-11 modular jack used for 2-wire and
4-wire line connections. If both 2-wire and 4-wire connections are available at the TRC, the customer is
free to choose either connection as the CS7000 Control Station is factory set for 4-wire operation, 4-wire
is recommended, though not required. Choosing 2-wire for trunking operation will not allow the alert
tones during radio transmission to be heard at the TRC. A phone-line crossover cable (refer to Figure
5-13) may be required in some installations.
In all 4-wire TRC installations, connect the Control Station Rx audio lines to TRC Tx
audio lines, and connect the Control Station Tx audio lines to TRC Rx audio lines. This
may require a phone-line crossover cable (refer to Figure 5-13). Line misconnections
will cause control failures.
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Table 5-3: CS7000 Desktop Station LINE Connector Pinout
(RJ-11 Modular Jack Labeled “LINE”)
RJ-11 PIN SIGNAL
1 (No Connection)
2 4-Wire +Audio Input
3 4-Wire +Audio Output or 2-Wire +Input/Output
4 4-Wire -Audio Output or 2-Wire -Input/Output
5 4-Wire -Audio Input
6 (No Connection)
Figure 5-12: Line Functionality of Connectors on CS7000 Desktop Stations and 24-66 Remotes
Figure 5-13: 4-Wire Phone Line Crossover Cable
5.8.4.1 TRC Physical Connections
A variety of Tone Remote Controllers (TRCs) may be interfaced to the CS7000 Control Station. The
TRC supported by Harris is the IDA model 24-66. The IDA model 24-66 has two (2) RJ-type modular
jacks for connections to 600 ohm lines. The eight pin RJ-45 jack is normally connected to the desktop
station. Using 2-wire remote operation requires minimal effort to connect remotes to the desktop station;
each device uses Line 1 for connectivity. Systems configured for 4-Wire operation over leased
conditioned lines from a 3rd party (such as a telephone company) should be equally as simple to connect
as traditional telco MUX equipment at each end of the network typically uses Line 1 for outbound audio
and Line 2 for inbound audio functionality, a perfect match at all demarcation points.
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However, local connection of 4-wire remotes use the same Line Input and Line Output scheme (pinout) at
the RJ connectors as the CS7000 (refer to Figure 5-12). This requires the reversal (crossover) of Line 1
and Line 2 functionality at one or more devices making up the tone remote system.
Crossover of Line 1 and Line 2 may be accomplished by one of several methods:
Using a phone-line crossover cable connected to the CS7000 (preferred method).
Reversing Line 1 and Line 2 connections within a telco junction box connected to the CS7000
(alternate method).
Configuring the line input jumpers inside a IDA 24-66 remote (not recommended).
Method 1 reverses Line 1 and Line 2 connections within a specially constructed 4-Wire phone line
crossover cable (refer to Figure 5-13) connected to the CS7000. This supports the installation method
illustrated in Figure 5-9. This method also sets up the desktop station for local direct connection from one
or more 4-wire remotes as illustrated in Figure 5-10 and Figure 5-11. This method allows remotes to be
connected using pre-assembled commercial off-the-shelf telephone cables. This method is also
acceptable when a supervisory remote configuration is not required (refer to the remote controller
manufacturer’s installation manual for supervisory installations).
Method 2 reverses Line 1 and Line 2 connections within a telco junction box connected to the CS7000.
This method also sets up the desktop station for direct connection to one or more 4-wire remotes as
illustrated in Figure 5-10 and Figure 5-11. This method allows remotes to be connected using
pre-assembled commercial off-the-shelf telephone cables. This method is also acceptable when a
supervisory remote configuration is not required (refer to the remote controller manufacturer’s installation
manual for supervisory installations).
Method 3 reverses the Line 1 and Line 2 connections presented to J5 and J6 inside a 24-66 Tone Remote
Controller. This method may be desirable in applications where more than one remote is connected to a
control station and supervisory control of additional remotes is desired. Refer to APPENDIX B for
additional information on reconfiguring the supervisory remote in this configuration.
In all cases, the Tone Remote Control manufacturer’s instructions provide the ultimate guidelines for
connection and interconnecting parallel remote controllers.
5.9 CONNECTING CANLINKED REMOTE CONTROLLERS
5.9.1 General Information
Each CS7000 remote model may be installed using the Controller Area Network (CAN) connection. The
CS7000 is considered a CAN device, and each CAN-based Desktop Controller in the installation is also
considered a CAN device. Because CAN devices do not have internal terminators, the CAN link must be
terminated at both ends via a CAN terminator. Up to five (5) CAN-based Desktop Controllers can be
connected to the CS7000 Control Station.
Typically, CAN-based Desktop Controllers and other devices have two (2) CAN ports to support “daisy-
chaining” of multiple CAN-based Desktop Controllers, or other CAN devices. The M5300 or M7300
mobile radio installed into the CS7000 has two can ports on the rear of the mobile radio. Because CAN
devices do not have internal terminators, the CAN link must be terminated at both ends via a CAN
terminator. A terminator should always be installed on the second CAN port on the rear of the mobile
radio (refer to Figure 5-14 and Figure 5-15) unless an Y-cable is used on the rear of the CS7000 Control
Station (refer to Figure 5-16). When using a Y-cable at the Control Station, it may be necessary to
remove the CAN terminator on the rear of the mobile radio when CAN cable lengths approach 250 foot.
In all cases, the farthest CAN device on each side of the Y-cable must be terminated.
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Figure 5-14 through Figure 5-16 assumes
the total CAN link connections are less than
250 feet in length. If the total connection length must exceed 250 feet, use the optional
fiber-optic-based CAN Bus Extender to extend the CAN link beyond this normal
250-foot limit. Refer to Section 5.9.3 for additional information.
To make CAN connections, visually align the 3-pin male connectors of the cable to the 3-pin female
connectors on each unit. Connect by pushing and twisting the outer housing of the cable connector until a
click is sensed. Do not use excessive force when twisting.
CAN Cable CA-009562-nnn
(where nnn specifies cable length in feet)
CAN Terminator
CD-014027-001
CAN
CS7000
Control
Station
CAN
CAN
Desktop
Controller
Mobile
Radio
CAN
CS7000 Desktop Station’s 3-Pin
CAN Port Connector
CAN Terminator CD-014027-001
CAN
Figure 5-14: Connecting a CAN-Based Desktop Controller
A CAN link must be terminated properly at both ends of a CAN link. The CS7000 has
an internal CAN terminator on the second radio CAN port. A terminator must be used
on the CAN-based Desktop Controller farthest from the Control Station as shown in
Figure 5-14 and Figure 5-15.
CAN Cable CA-009562-nnn
(where nnn specifies cable
length in feet)
CAN
CAN
Desktop
Controller
#1
CAN Terminator
CD-014027-001
CAN
CAN
Desktop
Controller
#2
CAN Cable CA-009562-nnn
(where nnn specifies cable
length in feet)
CAN
CS7000
Control
Station
Mobile
Radio
CAN
CS7000 Desktop Station’s 3-Pin
CAN Port Connector
CAN Terminator CD-014027-001
CAN
Figure 5-15: Connecting Two or More CAN-Based Desktop Controllers
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A CAN link must be terminated properly at both ends. The CS7000 has an internal
CAN terminator on the second radio CAN port which must be removed when using a
CAN Y-cable at the Control Station. A terminator must be used on the CAN-based
Desktop Controller farthest from the Control Station on each leg of the Y-cable (refer
to Figure 5-16).
CAN
CAN
Desktop
Controller
#1
CAN Terminator
CD-014027-001
CAN
CAN
Desktop
Controller
#2
CAN
CS7000
Control
Station
Mobile
Radio
CAN
CAN
CAN
Desktop
Controller
#3
CAN
CAN
CAN Terminator
CD-014027-001
CAN Cables: CA-009562-nnn
(where nnn specifies cable
length in feet)
CAN Y-Cable
CA-011344
CAN
Figure 5-16: Connecting a CAN Y-Cable at the Control Station
5.9.2 CAN-Based Desktop Controller Connections
A CAN-based Desktop Controller has two CAN ports on its rear panel to support “daisy-chaining” of
multiple CAN devices. When a controller is in the middle of a daisy chain, two separate CAN cables
connect to the Y-cable (optional, not supplied). When the controller is at the end of a chain of devices,
one CAN port connects to the previous CAN device and the other port must be terminated with a CAN
Terminator (part number CD-014027-001).
5.9.2.1 Collocated Installations
For installations where a CAN-based Desktop Controller is near the same location as the CS7000 and no
routing of cables into walls or through plenums is required, a standard CAN cable can be used. For cables
whose connectors can be routed without the fear of being damaged in routing (e.g., cables do not need to
be snaked through holes), the molded CAN cables are preferred, part number series CA-009562-nnn. The
“nnn” suffix specifies cable length in feet. See Table 4-2 on page 21 for specific cable part numbers.
If cable connectors might get snagged or damaged during routing, but a non-plenum-rated cable can be
used, it is recommended that spooled Belden cable part number 1800B (or equivalent) be purchased
separately. However, a CA-009562-nnn CAN cable must also be purchased, as its molded connectors
must be spliced to both ends of the spooled Belden #1800B cable. Recommended splicing instructions are
presented on page 40.
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5.9.2.2 In-Wall/Plenum CAN Cable Installations
5.9.2.2.1 Cable Requirements and Routing
As described in the previous section, various lengths of molded CAN cables are available. The standard
molded CAN cable, part number CA-009562-030, is for general use. However, for in-building
applications, this cable does not meet certain safety agency codes for routing through walls and plenums.
For this reason, a plenum-rated cable, Belden cable part number 1801B (or equivalent), can be purchased
separately, by the spool. This cable is recommended for in-wall/plenum CAN cable installations because
of its properties of impedance, shielding, flexibility, and resistance to flame. In-wall/plenum routing faces
the rigors of “snaking” and pulling of the cable. These actions can damage installed connectors.
Therefore, a procedure for routing raw cable through the walls and mating connections reliably is
necessary.
Figure 5-17 illustrates the general concept for connecting the CS7000 Control Station to the CAN-based
Desktop Controller via in-wall/plenum CAN cabling. Follow these requirements:
Materials (e.g., junction boxes, cabling, etc) must meet all building codes.
The in-wall/plenum cable must be a plenum-rated, shielded, twisted-wire pair of 22-AWG. Belden
part number 1801B cable (or equivalent) is recommended. If the utilized cable does not meet building
codes, it must be dressed or placed inside a conduit (not provided), or some other installation method
must be employed so that it does meet building codes.
Total physical length of a CAN link, including any amount of cable daisy-chained through multiple
CAN devices cannot exceed 250 feet (76.2 meters). This maximum length assumes the optional fiber-
optic-based CAN Bus Extenders are not employed; see Section 5.9.3 for additional information.
The standard (non-plenum) CAN cable, part number CA-009562-030 for example, is spliced to the
plenum cable using 3-position terminal blocks placed inside junction boxes. Plenum-rated cable is needed
for in-wall/plenum routing, but the standard cable, as long as it isnt routed through a wall or concealed
ducting, is acceptable for connections to the wall. The standard cable is needed because its solder-type
molded connectors do not accommodate customary in-field installation.
CS7000
Control
Station
CAN
Port
3-Pole Terminal Block
(Wago #261-423/341-000)
In-Wall Junction Box
One Half of
CA-009562-030
(Cut to required length)
CAN
Port
3-Pole Terminal Block
(Wago #261-423/341-000)
In-Wall Junction Box
Other Half of
CA-009562-030
(Cut to required length)
CAN Cable Routing
Throughout Building
Belden 1801B Plenum-
Rated Cable (Maximum
length = 220 feet + the
length cut from the
MACDOS0006-NR030
cable)
Desktop
Controller
Figure 5-17: Connecting In-Wall/Plenum CAN Cable Connections
5.9.2.2.2 Installation Materials
The following materials are required:
3-Pole 2-Conductor Terminal Blocks, WAGO part number 261-423/341-000, or equiv. (2 required);
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Junction boxes (2 required); and,
Assorted tools for routing cable through walls/plenums and mounting junction boxes.
5.9.2.2.3 Splicing CAN Cables
The following procedure is recommended for splicing plenum-rated cable to the standard CAN cable:
1. Cut the standard CAN cable (part number CA-009562-030) approximately in half.
2. If not already, power-off both the CS7000 and the other CAN devices. Both units should remain off
until after the cable installation is complete.
3. Connect each end of the cut CAN cable to the CS7000 Control Station’s CAN port and to the CAN-
based Desktop Controllers CAN port.
4. Using the cut ends of the cable, determine acceptable locations for wall junction boxes and mount the
two junction boxes using an approved method.
5. Route the cables into the junction boxes and anchor according to building codes.
6. Cut off any excess cable length, allowing at least one foot (0.3 meters) for splicing and servicing. The
total amount of cable removed from both halves is an amount that can be added to the 220 feet of
plenum cable, if needed. For example, if 10 feet of excess length is cut from the standard 30-foot
CAN cable, the plenum cable is allowed to be as long as 230 feet. In any case, do not exceed 250 feet
(76.2 meters) of total CAN cable length.
7. Measure out an amount of spooled plenum cable needed to reach the two junction box splice points
and route it through the building walls, plenums, etc. using approved methods.
8. Route the cable’s ends into the junction boxes and anchor according to building codes.
9. Cut off any excess cable length, allowing a foot or so of length for splicing.
10. With a 14-AWG wire stripper, strip off 3/4-inch of the cables outer jacket and remove any shield
foil. This dimension is critical, as too much unexposed lead length can have an adverse effect on
performance. Ensure no damage was done to the individual wires.
11. With a 22-AWG wire stripper, strip off 5/16-inch of insulation from each individual wire in the
shielded pair. The third wire in the cable is the shield/ground wire; do not cut it. See Figure 5-18.
Figure 5-18: Dimensions for Stripping 2-Wire (with Shield) CAN Cables
12. At both ends of the spooled plenum cable, simultaneously insert the red and black wires into two
poles of the terminal block by simultaneously pushing two adjacent buttons down with a large #2
flathead screwdriver, and guiding the bare end of the wire into the side openings of the terminal
5/16”
3/4”
Stripped Wires
(1 Pair)
Shield Wire
Cable’s Outer Jacket
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block. Next, release pressure on the buttons while ensuring the bare wires are visible entering the
block’s clamping mechanisms. See Figure 5-19. The order of wires in the terminal block housing
does not matter, but the red and black wires must be next to each other. Consistency between the two
blocks is recommended.
Figure 5-19: 3-Position Terminal Strip Connections
13. Insert the bare shield wire into the third pole of the terminals block by pushing the button down with
the screwdriver, guiding the wire into the opening, and releasing pressure on the button.
14. At the CS7000 Control Station’s standard CAN cable, strip and connect the wires of the cable to the
respective terminal block so matching wire colors on this half of the cable are electrically connected.
15. At the CAN-based Remote Controller, repeat the previous step for the other half of the standard CAN
cable.
16. Finish the installation by pushing the terminal blocks into the junction boxes and covering the boxes
appropriately. Alternatively, the terminal blocks may be secured with small screws (not supplied) at
the mounting flanges.
5.9.3 Connecting a CAN Bus Extender (Fiber Optic Cable Installations)
The optional fiber-optic-based CAN Bus Extenders must be employed in any connection exceeding 250
feet. When using CAN Bus Extenders to connect a CAN-based Desktop Controller to the CS7000, one
extender must be co-located and connected to the CS7000. Another CAN Bus Extender must be co-
located with and connected directly to the CAN-based Desktop Controller. For installation-related
information, refer to publication number MM-009088-001.
5.10 CONNECTING DEVICES TO THE EXTERNAL I/O PORT
A 25-pin D-subminiature female (DB-25F) connector is located on the rear panel of the CS7000 Control
Station. This connector is an interconnection point for various external connections to the station such as
auxiliary audio inputs, external PTT, etc.
Additionally, both the Local Control Board and the Remote Control (Plus) Board have board-mounted
jumpers used to configure board operation, including certain I/O connections. Jumper settings and I/O
connector pin-out differs slightly between the local and remote boards. The following sub-sections
provide an overview of jumper settings and I/O connector pin-out for local and remote models.
WAGO Terminal
Block Openings
Cable’s Outer Jacket
Push Buttons
Mounting Flange
Screwdriver
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5.10.1 Local Control Board Jumper Settings
Jumpers on the Local Control Board configure various board settings are defined in Table 5-4. This
information only applies to CS7000 Local Control Station model CT-013892-001. See Figure 5-20 for
jumper locations.
Table 5-4: Local Control Board Jumper Settings
JUMPER FUNCTION JUMPER CONFIGURATION*
JP1 EXT_MIC_HI_1
Bias Voltage Select
Installed: Applies DC bias voltage.
Uninstalled: No DC bias voltage applied.
JP2 EXT_MIC_HI_2
Bias Voltage Select
Installed: Applies DC bias voltage.
Uninstalled: No DC bias voltage applied.
JP3 Clock Line Enable Installed: EEPROM clock line enabled.
Uninstalled: Factory use only. Always install jumper when in operation.
JP4 Speaker Select Pins 1 and 2: Internal speaker selected.
Pins 2 and 3: External speaker selected.
JP5 Mobile Radio
Power-up Select
Installed: Mobile radio powered up when AC power is turned ON
(Mobile radios ON/OFF switch disabled).
Uninstalled: Mobile radios ON/OFF switch enabled.
JP6 USB Port Power
(Serial A)
Pins 1 and 2: USB interface obtains DC power from PC.
Pins 2 and 3: USB interface obtains DC power from station.
JP7 Station Speaker 2
Pins 1 and 2: Speaker driven by single-ended (unbalanced) audio
output.
Pins 2 and 3: Speaker driven by balanced audio output.
JP8 Ground Select Installed: Earth (chassis) GND connected to digital/analog GND.
Uninstalled: Factory use only. Always install jumper when in operation.
* Jumper positions shown in bold print indicate the factory default jumper position.
Figure 5-20: Local Control Board – Jumpers and Connectors
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5.10.2 Remote Control (Plus) Board Jumper Settings
Jumpers on the Remote Control (Plus) Board configure various board settings as defined in Table 5-5.
This information only applies to CS7000 Remote Control Station model CT-013892-002.
Table 5-5: Remote Control (Plus) Board Jumper Settings
JUMPER FUNCTION JUMPER CONFIGURATION*
JP1 Flash PROM Chip
Select
Installed: Flash PROM chip-select line set for normal operation.
Uninstalled: Do not use this setting. A jumper must always be installed
on JP1 during station operation.
JP3 EEPROM Clock
Line Enable
Installed: EEPROM clock line enabled.
Uninstalled: Do not use this setting. A jumper must always be installed
on JP3 during station operation.
JP4 Speaker Select Pins 1 and 2: Internal speaker selected.
Pins 2 and 3: External speaker selected.
JP5 USB Serial
Port A Source
Installed: USB serial converter serial port source.
Uninstalled: Serial port A (primary radio serial port).
JP6 USB Serial
Port A Power
Pins 1 and 2: USB interface obtains DC power from PC.
Pins 2 and 3: USB interface obtains DC power from station.
JP7 Station Speaker 2
Pins 1 and 2: Speaker driven by single-ended (unbalanced) audio
output.
Pins 2 and 3: Speaker driven by balanced audio output.
JP8 Ground Select
Installed: Earth (chassis) GND connected to digital/analog GND.
Uninstalled: Factory use only. A jumper must always be installed on
JP8 during station operation.
JP9 ATTiny Reset Line Installed: ATTiny reset line.
Uninstalled: Do not use this setting. A jumper must always be installed
on JP9 during station operation
* Jumper positions shown in bold print indicate the factory default jumper position.
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Figure 5-21: Remote Control (Plus) Board Jumpers, Connectors/Jacks and Switches
JP7
(Station Spkr. 2)
External I/O
(DB-25F)
Serial B
(DB-9F)
Serial A
(USB)
LAN
(Ethernet)
Phone
Line
(RJ-11)
Computer
(Ethernet)
P2P1
J8J9
J11 P3
J3 J5
J2 J1
JP5
(USB Serial
Port A Source)
JP6
(USB Serial
Port A Power)
JP3
(EPROM Clock
Line Enable)
JP8
(Gnd. Select)
JP4
(Spkr. Select)
SW1
(RESET Switch)
SW2
SW3
JP9
(ATTiny Reset)
JP1
(Flash PROM
Chip Select)
P4
J12
J7
J4
FAN POWER
FRONT PANEL
RADIO
TEST
SERIAL
PORT B
SERIAL
PORT A
J13
J10
EXT.
CAN
INT.
CAN
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5.10.3 External I/O Connector (P3) Pin-Out
Table 5-6 defines the pin-out of the External I/O connector on the rear of local-control CS7000 Control
Station CT-013892-001 (i.e., a station that has the Local Control Board).
Table 5-7 on page 46 defines the pin-out for the External I/O connector on the rear of remote-control
CS7000 Control Station CT-013892-002 (i.e., stations that have Remote Control (Plus) Boards).
Table 5-6: Local Control Station—External I/O Connector (P3) Pin-Out
PIN FUNCTIONALITY IN/OUT PIN-OUT
1 External Microphone High #1 (Pair to pin 14) Input
2 Hookswitch (Input) Input
3 External Microphone High # 2 (Pair to pin 15) Input
4 No Connection
5 Fused A+ from Station PSU, 1.1 Amp Maximum
(Paralleled with pin 17) Output
6 No Connection
7 Chassis Ground
8 External Logic Input 2 (Radio INP2) Input
9 No Connection
10 Fixed Low Level Receiver Audio Output High 1
(Pair to pin 23) Output
11 Low Level Receiver Audio Output High 2 (Pair
to pin 24) Output
12 Internal Speaker (See Jumper Chart) Input/Output
13 External Speaker Output (See Jumper Table) Output
14 External Microphone Low # 1 (Pair to pin 1) Input
15 External Microphone Low # 2 (Pair to pin 3) Input
16 External Microphone PTT (Radio INP1) Input
17 Fused A+ from Station PSU, 1.1 Amp Maximum
(Paralleled with pin 5) Output
18 No Connection
19 Chassis Ground
20 Radio OUT2 (Open Collector) Output
21 No Connection
22 External Mute Control (Radio OUT1) Output
23 Low Level Rx Audio Output Low 1 (Pair to pin 10) Output
24 Low Level Rx Audio Output Low 2 (Pair to pin 11) Output
25 Internal Speaker Output (+) (See Jumper Table) Output
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Table 5-7: Remote Control StationExternal I/O Connector (P3) Pin-Out
PIN FUNCTIONALITY IN/OUT PIN-OUT
1 Auxiliary/External Microphone High #1 (Pair to
pin 14) Input
2 Hookswitch (Input) Input
3 Auxiliary/External Microphone High # 2 (Pair to
pin 15) Input
4 No Connection
5 Fused A+ from Station PSU, 1.1 Amp
Maximum (Paralleled with pin 17) Output
6 Remote Control (Plus) Board Auxiliary Input 2 Input
7 Chassis Ground
8 External Logic Input 2 (Radio INP2) Input
9 Remote Control (Plus) Board Auxiliary Output 2 Output
10 Fixed Low Level Receiver Audio Output High 1
(Pair to pin 23) Output
11 Low Level Receiver Audio Output High 2 (Pair
to pin 24) Output
12 Internal Speaker (See Jumper Chart) Input/Output
13 External Speaker Output (See Jumper Table) Output
14 Auxiliary/External Microphone Low # 1 (Analog
Ground; pair to pin 1) Input
15 Auxiliary/External Microphone Low # 2 (Analog
Ground; pair to pin 3) Input
16 Auxiliary/External Microphone PTT (Radio
INP1) Input
17 Fused A+ from Station PSU, 1.1 Amp
Maximum (Paralleled with pin 5) Output
18 Remote Control (Plus) Board Auxiliary Input 1 Input
19 Chassis Ground
20 Radio OUT2 (Open Collector) Output
21 Remote Control (Plus) Board Auxiliary Output 2 Output
22 Auxiliary/External Mute Control (Radio OUT1) Output
23 Low-Level Rx Audio Output Low 1 (Analog
Ground; pair to pin 10) Output
24 Low-Level Rx Audio Output Low 2 (Analog
Ground; pair to pin 11) Output
25 Internal Speaker Output (+) (See Jumper
Table) Output
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6 POWER-UP PROCEDURE
After installing the CS7000 Control Station per Section 5 in this manual, and installing related equipment
such as remote controllers per Section 5 and the instructions supplied with the equipment, the station is
ready to power-up. Follow this procedure:
1. Connect AC power to the CS7000 Control Station. See Section 5.3.2 on page 24 for details.
2. Turn on the station via its rear panel-mounted power switch.
3. Verify power is applied by checking for an illuminated power LED on the left-front panel of the
station.
4. If the optional CAN Bus Extender is employed, connect its “wall cube” power supply to an
appropriate AC power source and then connect the supplys 24-volt DC cable to the extender’s DC
power input jack. Repeat this for the CAN Bus Extender at each remote CAN-based Desktop
Controller location.
5. If using a remote CAN-based Desktop Controller, follow the instructions supplied with the controller
and power-up the unit.
6. If using a third-party Tone Remote Controller (TRC), follow manufacturers instructions regarding
TRC power-up.
7. For a local control station, continue with the configuration procedures presented in Section 7 that
follows.
8. For a remote control station, continue with the configuration procedures presented in Section 8 which
begins on page 50.
9. For a local-control CS7000 Control Station (part number CT-013892-001), connect the desk
microphone directly to the radio/control head on the station.
For a remote-control CS7000 Control Station (part number CT-013892-002), connect the desk
microphone to the station’s control panel microphone connector (not to the radio/control head).
Inside a remote-control CS7000 Control Station (part number CT-013892-002),
switch SW3 on the Remote Control (Plus) Board is used to enable a flash
programming upgrade mode. For software upgrade information, contact the Technical
Assistance Center. TAC contact information is listed in Section 3.4 (page 19).
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7 LOCAL CONTROL CONFIGURATION
7.1 PROGRAMMING THE RADIO FOR EXTERNAL I/O OPERATION
A local control CS7000 Control Station requires no additional configuration or alignment when used with
the supplied microphone. However, if the External I/O port is utilized, several programming features may
need to be verified and reconfigured for proper operation.
1. Power-up the CS7000 Control Station per Section 6.
2. Connect a PC running Radio Personality Manager (RPM) programming software to the Serial A USB
programming port on the rear panel of the station.
It may be necessary to install USB Port Driver Software SK-015121-001. This driver
configures the PC to recognize the CS7000 Control Station allowing assignment of a
COM Port number to the USB port. The assigned COM Port number is loaded into the
RPM programming software to communicate with the Control Station. Refer to the
USB Driver Installation Manual, publication number MM-015245-001, and the help
menu within RPM for more information about setting up RPM and the COM Port.
3. Read and save the existing radio personality from the station using RPM. Refer to help screens if
necessary.
4. Within RPM, click Options > External IO Options to open the External I/O dialog box.
5. Set the following parameters as shown in Figure 7-1:
a. In the dialog box’s External Output Control Line 1 section, set Alarm Output to External Mute,
and Active to Low. This configures the operation of the Local Control Station’s external mute
output logic line at rear panel connector P3 pin 22.
b. Near the bottom of the dialog box, set Auxiliary Input 1’s Keycode to PTT, and set its Control
Unit to A. This configures the operation of the Local Control Station’s external PTT logic input
logic line at rear panel connector P3 pin 16.
c. Near the bottom of the dialog box, set Auxiliary Input 2’s Keycode as required, and set its
Control Unit to A. This input can be used for additional features such as a hookswitch (HKSW),
an inverted hookswitch (IHKSW), or not at all (disabled). This configures the operation of the
Local Control Station’s logic input line at rear panel connector P3 pin 8.
6. Click OK, and then save the changes to the Control Station personality. After verifying updates, it is
recommended to save the updated personality to an archive.
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Figure 7-1: Setting Up the Mobile Radio for Control Station Operation using RPM Software
DO NOT set the mobile radios volume to a fixed level in RPMs Desktop Options
menu. The mobile radio’s volume control shall remain active on Local Control Stations,
and will not affect any audio level settings on Remote Control Stations.
CAUTION
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8 REMOTE CONTROL CONFIGURATION
8.1 GENERAL INFORMATION
A remote-control CS7000 Control Station is equipped with the optional Remote Control (Plus) Board.
This board must be configured to meet the specific requirements of the installation and the specific needs
of the customer. Since the board is an integral part of a remote-control CS7000 Control Station,
configuring the board configures the station. In addition, mobile radio personality programming changes
may also be required, as discussed later.
Configuration is accomplished via an IP-based Ethernet connection and web browser software running on
a computer. The web browser communicates with a configuration program running in the stations
Remote Control (Plus) Board. To the web browser, this program appears as an Internet web site.
The computer can be linked directly to the CS7000 Control Station using a standard straight-through
Ethernet cable and a static IP address. This is the recommended method when using the configuration
program. Alternately, the computer can be remotely linked to the station via an IP-based network access
point (i.e., via switches and/or routers), with appropriate interconnections and network access/settings.
8.2 TOOLS REQUIRED
The following tools are required to use the CS7000 Control Station’s configuration program:
Lap-top or Desktop ComputerA computer with web browser software installed is required. For
configuration via direct Ethernet cable connection, the computer must have an RJ-45 Ethernet
port/jack. Alternately, if configuration is done over an IP-based network, the computer must be
capable of accessing the network (i.e., have either wired or wireless access to the network). A lap-top
type Personal Computer (PC) running Microsoft Windows XP (or later) operating system software is
recommended, but not required.
Web Browser Software installed on the Computer Microsoft Internet Explorer version 7 (or
later) is recommended. Other web browsers may be used. However, as of the publication of this
manual, the stations configuration program has only been tested with Internet Explorer version 7.
Therefore, compatibility cannot be guaranteed with other web browsers.
Ethernet Cable(s) A standard straight-through Cat5 type (or better) Ethernet cable is required.
This cable is used to connect an RJ-45 Ethernet jack on the rear of the station to an RJ-45 Ethernet
jack at the computer (or network switch/router). Two cables of this type are required if the
configuration will be done over the IP-based network and the computer does not have wireless access.
8.3 ESTABLISHING A COMMUNICATION LINK
8.3.1 Configuring the Computer’s Network Parameters
To configure the CS7000 Control Station for remote control operation, the computer must be able to
communicate with the Remote Control (Plus) Board in the station via the boards static IP address. This
typically requires configuring the computer with a static IP address, and on the same network (subnet) as
the Remote Control (Plus) Board.
On a computer running Windows XP, this configuration is accomplished via the Internet Protocol
(TCP/IP) Properties dialog box for the respective network card (i.e., the network card with the Ethernet
port/jack that the CS7000 Control Station will be connected to). Follow this procedure:
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1. Access the Windows Control Panel. Typically, this can be accomplished by clicking the Start button,
clicking Settings, and then clicking Control Panel.
2. In Control Panel, double-click Network Connections to open the Network Connections window.
3. In the Network Connections window, double-click the Local Area Connection shortcut
corresponding to the computers network card (having the Ethernet port/jack that the station will be
connected to). This will open the respective Local Area Connection Properties dialog box for this
network card. An example is shown in Figure 8-1 (left image).
4. In the Local Area Connection Properties dialog boxs connection list, click Internet Protocol
(TCP/IP) to select it, and then click the Properties button. This will open the Internet Protocol
(TCP/IP) Properties dialog box.
5. Enter the computers required IP address via the IP address text box. The computer must have a
unique IP address that is not used by the CS7000 Control Station, or by any other IP-based device
(such as a VoIP Remote Controller) in the same subnet.
6. Enter the required subnet mask via the Subnet mask text box. This mask should be the same as
subnet mask used by the CS7000 Control Stations Remote Control (Plus) Board (default =
255.255.255.0). At a minimum, the subnet mask should be set so the CS7000 Control Station and the
configuring computer are on the same “network.” An example is shown in Figure 8-1 (right image).
7. Enter the gateway IP address via the Default gateway text box. This address should be set to the
desired gateway IP address, if it exists, and if there are VoIP Remote Controllers outside of the
CS7000 Control Station’s “network.”
8. The DNS Server IP Addresses typically does not need to be set.
9. Click the dialog box’s OK button and if prompted, re-start the computer.
Figure 8-1: Computer Network Configuration for Static IP Address (Examples)
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8.3.2 Establishing a Communication Link between the Computer and the
Control Station
Follow this procedure to establish a communication link between the computer and the CS7000 Control
Stations Remote Control (Plus) Board:
1. For a local Ethernet link, connect a straight-through Cat5 (or better) Ethernet cable between the
computer’s RJ-45 Ethernet jack and the COMPUTER RJ-45 Ethernet jack on the rear of the station.
For a remote link over an IP-based network, connect the computer to a network switch/router as
required, and use a straight-through Cat5 (or better) Ethernet cable to connect the COMPUTER RJ-45
Ethernet jack on the rear of the station to the co-located switch/router on the same IP network.
Configure network parameters as necessary.
2. At the RJ-45 Ethernet jack on the rear of the station, verify the two LEDs on the jack are on. They
should turn on within seconds of being connected to an operating computer/switch/router. This
indicates the CS7000 Control Stations Remote Control (Plus) Board and the computer/switch/router
have established a hardware communications path.
Having LEDs in the “on” state does not mean the computer can access the stations
configuration programming running in the Remote Control (Plus) Board. There can be
network parameter incompatibilities that can inhibit communications even though there
is a functional hardware path. If the two LEDs do not turn on, try using to the CS7000
Control Stations LAN RJ-45 Ethernet jack, instead of the COMPUTER’s RJ-45
Ethernet jack.
3. At the computer, start-up the web browser.
4. In the web browsers address bar, enter the CS7000 Control Stations IP address. The default address
is 10.0.0.201. When communication is established between the station and the computer, a small
login dialog box will appear in the web browser session. This dialog box has text boxes for entering a
user name and a password. See Figure 8-2.
5. If the login dialog box does not appear, verify the address in the web browsers address bar is entered
correctly. See Sections 8.3.3 and 8.3.4 for additional information.
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Figure 8-2: Establishing Communication between the Computer and the CS7000 Control Station
If a communication link between the CS7000 Control Station and the computer cannot
be established, first try resetting the stations IP network parameters to factory default
settings by following the procedure in Section 8.3.4. Next, repeat the procedure in this
section using the default IP address (listed in Section 8.3.3) in the web browsers
address bar. If a communication link still cannot be established, contact the Technical
Assistance Center (TAC) for assistance. TAC contact numbers are listed in Section 3.4
on page 19.
8.3.3 Control Stations Factory Default Network Parameter Settings
The CS7000 Control Station’s factory default IP network parameter settings are:
IP Address: 10.0.0.201
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 10.0.0.1
User Name: admin
Password: admin
NOTE
Enter the station’s IP address in the web browser’s address bar.
Login dialog box
appears when
communication is
established.
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8.3.4 Resetting the Control Stations Network Parameters to Factory Defaults
The CS7000 Control Station’s IP network parameters can be reset to factory default settings as follows:
1. Remove the stations top cover.
2. Inside the station, locate the Remote Control (Plus) Board at the rear panel.
3. Press and hold switch SW2 on the board.
4. Press and release the boards RESET switch.
5. Wait for LEDs D3 and D4 on the board to begin to blink. This should begin approximately eight (8)
seconds after the release of the RESET switch.
6. Release switch SW2. The CS7000 Control Station will automatically restart and resume normal
operation, with the default settings as listed in Section 8.3.3.
7. Re-install the stations top cover.
When the Remote Control (Plus) Board is reset, it will clear the login dialog box’s
“Remember my password” checkbox. In this case, the password will need to re-entered
the next time the configuration program is run.
Non-network related parameters of the board can be reset to default settings using the
configuration program’s Backup and Restore web page. See Section 8.18 (page 108)
for additional information.
8.4 VOIP REMOTE CONTROLLER IP ADDRESS REQUIREMENTS
Each VoIP Remote Controller interfaced with the CS7000 Control Station requires a static IP address
which is unique within the IP network (subnet). This static IP address must be specifically programmed
into each VoIP Remote Controller.
There must be a unique static IP address and a static TCP/IP port assignment for audio. In “multicast”
applications, this IP address is in addition to the IP addresses of the VoIP Remote Controllers and the
Radio Panel. All devices use this IP address for their audio. In “unicast” operations, the Radio Panel
sends audio to the VoIP Remote Controllers individually using each controller’s IP address.
Installation of a VoIP Remote Controller and CS7000 Control Station equipment on a current corporate
network will almost certainly involve of the network’s IT personnel.
8.5 RADIO PERSONALITY PROGRAMMING REQUIREMENTS
The CS7000 Control Station uses the internal mobile radios rear external I/O connector for radio audio,
PTT, external mute, and possibly the hookswitch line. This functionality is defined in the radios
personality. Radio personality is configured with the Harris’ Radio Personality Manager (RPM) software
application. The CS7000 Control Station makes the following assumptions about the personality
programming of the CS7000 Control Station’s internal mobile radio.
The radio’s OUT1 Programmable Output Function must be programmed for “External Mute”.
The radio’s INP1 Programmable Input Function must be set to “PTT”.
NOTE
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The CS7000 Control Stations Remote Control Systems can only use the System / Group Key (SGn
Key) to select the radio’s selected system and group. Ideally, these SG Key mapped systems and
groups should be the only systems and groups programmed into the radio. This effectively restricts a
CS7000 Remote Control Control Station to sixteen System and Group combinations.
If there are additional non-SG Key mapped systems and groups within the radio personality, there is a
strong potential for a Remote Control System user to become very confused. If the radios selected
system and group is not one of the SG Key mapped systems and groups, a VoIP Remote Controller will
treat the radio as being on a Disabledchannel. The VoIP Remote Controller will not transmit until the
radios selected system and group is changed to a SG Key mapped system and group, either by the VoIP
Remote Controller or by a radio control head.
In the case of a Tone Remote Control System, the TRC user may be confused as to the source of the audio
they are listening to. Transmitting from a TRC will always change the radios selected system and group
to the TRCs selected system and group.
If the Remote Control System is configured to manage an Emergency, then the radios Emergency
Key Delay parameter must be set to zero seconds. This is the time the control heads Emergency Key
must be held down before the radio will recognize the Emergency function. The default value is one
second.
Radio Hookswitch functionality is programmable.
Radio Output Function OUT2 should be programmed to Tx Indicatorwhen the radio uses trunked
radio systems. This is especially important in the case of the VoIP Remote Control System where the
VoIP Remote Controller users do not hear radio-generated Call Progress Alert Tones.
When using RPM software version R04 or earlier, a ‘SC5’ file may be required to
enable OUT2 as a “Tx Indicator” function. Refer to Section 8.5.5 for additional
information. RPM software version R05 and later includes this setting on the External
I/O screen.
8.5.1 External I/O Settings
From Radio Personality Manager (RPM), access the External I/O dialog box and configure the following
parameters within the radio personality. An example dialog box is shown in Figure 8-3:
In the dialog box’s External Output Control Line 1 section, set Alarm Output to External Mute, and
Active to either Low or High, as required: The station’s COR function can be set with either polarity.
This configures the operation of the Remote Control Station’s external mute output logic line at rear
panel connector P3 pin 22 (radio OUT1).
If desired, enable the Tx indicator function on OUT2 as follows: In the dialog box’s External Output
Control Line 2 section, set Alarm Output to Extern. Tx Indicator (Control Line 1 must first be set to
External Mute). This station COR function is an active-low function. If and external Tx indicator
function is not required, this output can be programmed for other functions, such as speaker relay
control. This configures the operation of the Remote Control Station’s logic line at rear panel
connector P3 pin 20 (radio OUT2).
Near the bottom of the dialog box, set Auxiliary Input 1’s Keycode to PTT, and leave its Control
Unit setting at A (the default). This configures the operation of the Remote Control Station’s external
PTT logic input logic line (radio INP1) at rear panel connector P3 pin 16 (radio INP1).
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Near the bottom of the dialog box, set Auxiliary Input 2’s Keycode as required, and leave its Control
Unit setting at A (the default). This input can be used for additional features such as a hookswitch
(HKSW), an inverted hookswitch (IHKSW), or not at all (disabled). This configures the operation of
the Local Control Station’s logic input line at rear panel connector P3 pin 8 (radio INP2).
Figure 8-3: RPM’s External I/O Dialog Box
8.5.2 System / Group Key (SG Key) Settings
Configure one or more of the SG Keys for a specific System and Group. The CS7000 Control Stations
Remote Control Systems can only select a SG Key mapped System and Group.
Further, the "Home" and "Forced Emergency" channels, if used, must be mapped to a SG Key mapped
System and Group. The VoIP Remote Control system will then automatically be updated to that System
and Group. However, the Tone Remote Control System will require one of the Remote Update controls
on the Remotes Web Page Tone Options Tab be selected and Tone Remote Controllers that are
compatible with these Remote Update functions for the radios "Home" and "Forced Emergency"
channels to function properly.
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Figure 8-4: RPM’s System/Group Keys Dialog Box
Figure 8-5: RPM’s Supervisory Options Dialog Box
The Desktop Fixed Volume setting is not used in the CS7000 Control Station.
8.5.3 Supervisory Screen Settings
Enable or disable the radios EDACS Failsoft display. When enabled, the radio will display the Failsafe
icon when it is on an EDACS system and it detects the system is operating in Failsoft mode.
Enable or disable the "Last SG" key functionality. When this function is enabled, the Last SG button will
toggle the radios Selected System and Group between the current SG Key mapped system and group and
the previous SG Key mapped System and Group. The Last SG Key will also toggle between the previous
SG Key mapped System and Group and the "Home Channel" mapped System and Group.
Enable or disable the radio’s ability to declare an Emergency.
Enable or disable to the radios ability to clear a currently declared Emergency.
If the radio is programmed to declare an Emergency, the Emergency Key Delay parameter must be set to
zero. This is necessary in order to work with the CS7000 Control Stations key press and key release
functionality.
The Emergency Key Delay parameter will also affect the Emergency Key on any attached control heads.
The Emergency button on a CH-721 control head will also have use of the zero Emergency Key Delay
parameter. The Emergency button on a CH-721 control head will then be a normal press and release
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button where the Emergency function goes active on the key press and where the buttons down time is
ignored. In a typical CS7000 Control Station dispatch environment, this is felt to be acceptable.
If this is unacceptable and the control heads Emergency Button must be set for a significant down time
debounce value, then the CS7000 Control Station can not be configured to use its Emergency Actions.
However, it is possible for a CS7000 Control Station to declare on Emergency by configuring the CS7000
Control Station to a MACRO Action and then defining the corresponding MACRO number within the
radio to generate the properly timed Emergency Key Press and Release.
8.5.4 Keypad Option Settings
Configure Hookswitch functionality. RPMs Keypad Options dialog box mainly defines the radio’s
functionality when its Hookswitch input is active. A sample dialog box is shown in Figure 8-6.
8.5.5 General Options Screen (TX Indicator SC5 File)
When using RPM software version R04, it may be necessary to specify a .sc5 file in order to configure
the radios Tx Indicator function. To do so, press the button to the right of the SC5 File Name text box.
This will bring up a Browse File dialog box that can then be pointed to the desired .sc5 file. Additionally,
RPM must be specifically enabled to allow the use of a .sc5 file.
When using RPM version R05 or later, the External I/O screen provides the TX Indicator feature as
shown in Figure 8-3.
Figure 8-6: RPMs Keypad
Options Dialog Box Figure 8-7: RPMs General Options Dialog Box
8.5.6 Radio Software Requirements
The CS7000 Control Stations internal mobile radio requires application software (i.e., flash code) that
recognizes and operates with the CS7000 Control Station. The minimum required application software
versions are listed in Table 8-1. It is recommended that the mobile radio be flashed with the latest
released radio application software.
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Table 8-1: Required Minimum Mobile Radio Application Software
MOBILE RADIO ECP APPLICATION VERSION OTP APPLICATION VERSION
M5300 M53U0715
with Tx Indicator SC5 file V15.93
M7300 M72U0715
with Tx Indicator SC5 file V15.93
8.6 LOGGING INTO THE STATION’S CONFIGURATION PROGRAM
To login to the CS7000 Control Stations configuration program, follow this procedure:
1. At the computer, start-up the web browser application.
2. As illustrated in Figure 8-2 on page 53, enter the CS7000 Control Stations IP address in the
browser’s address bar. The default address is 10.0.0.201. When communication is established
between the CS7000 Control Station and the computer, a small login dialog box will appear in the
web browser session. This dialog box has text boxes for entering a user name and password.
3. Enter the user name and password and then click the dialog box’s OK button.
Entry of the password is case sensitive. The default user name and password are listed in
Section 8.3.3 on page 53.
Login information is sent over the network in a non-secure format. Therefore, use
caution when assigning a new password.
When the Remote Control (Plus) Board is reset, it will clear the login dialog box’s
“Remember my password” checkbox. In this case, the password will need to re-entered
the next time the configuration program is run.
Following a successful login, the configuration programs top-level web page will appear.
8.7 CONFIGURATION PROGRAM’S TOP-LEVEL WEB PAGE
After logging into the configuration program, the programs top-level page will appear, as illustrated in
Figure 8-8. The eight (8) buttons on the left-hand side will bring up the configuration web pages. Most of
the programs configuration web pages have a tab-format which divides related configuration tasks.
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CAUTION
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Figure 8-8: Configuration Program’s Top-Level Web Page
Table 8-2 briefly describes what each configuration web page is used for:
Table 8-2: Configuration Program’s Configuration Web Pages
PAGE BUTTON
NAME USE SEE
SECTION
(PAGE)
Network
The Network Configuration web page configures the identification of the
CS7000 Control Station’s configuration program and its VoIP operation. It
also allows changing of the password to access the station’s configuration
program.
8.8
(62)
Radio
The Radio Configuration web page is used to configure the Remote
Control (Plus) Board’s interface to the mobile radio. 8.9
(63)
Input / Output
The CS7000 Input/Output Configuration web page is used to configure the
functionality of the Remote Control (Plus) Board’s External I/O connector
and its digital I/O interface with the radio. External I/O pins are assigned to
specific “actions.”
8.10
(67)
Action The Action Configuration web page is used to assign radio button functions
to an “Action.” An “Action” is a CS7000 Control Station function that does a
specific task.
8.11
(75)
Remotes The Remote Configuration web page is used to configure the Remote
Control (Plus) Board’s remote control parameters.
8.12 (78)
thru
8.16 (95)
Audio
The Audio Matrix Configuration web page configures the audio paths and
audio levels through the Remote Control (Plus) Board’s audio matrix. The
board’s audio matrix can be thought of as a patch panel where any
combination of audio matrix inputs can be connected to a specific audio
matrix output.
8.17
(101)
Backup The Backup and Restore web page allows the user to backup and restore
the Remote Control (Plus) Board’s configuration. 8.18
(108)
Status
The CS7000 Status web page displays identifying information about the
Remote Control (Plus) Board and it lists VoIP Remote Controllers which
are currently attached to the CS7000 Control Station. All items on this web
page are read-only.
8.19
(110)
Click one of these
buttons to
go to the
respective configuration
web page.
See Table 8-2.
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8.7.1 Saving Changes and Resetting the Station via the Configuration
Program
Most configuration web pages have a Save Changes button and a Save Changes and Reset Unit
button. To save any changes made on a page, click one of these buttons before leaving the page.
Otherwise changes will be lost when browsing to a new page.
The Save Changes button does not change the CS7000 Control Stations configuration. It simply saves
the changes that have been made in the Remote Control (Plus) Board. Changes will not become active
until after the station is reset.
The Save Changes and Reset Unit button implements all current and savedweb page changes into
the CS7000 Control Stations configuration. This will also restart the station. This must be done before
ending the configuration program. The CS7000 Control Station essentially does a power-up reset.
Figure 8-9: Buttons for Saving Changes and Resetting the Station
After clicking the Save Changes and Reset Unit button, allow the station time to
automatically reset, and then power-cycle the CS7000 Control Station.
Just after clicking the Save Changes and Reset Unit button, the current web page will indicate the
CS7000 Control Station is resetting.
As part of this process, if the stations Remote Switch is on, the station will turn off its Remote LED.
When the station is again fully operational, this LED will turn on.
The station will provide the login dialog box when it becomes fully operational.
It is normal for a computer to flash a Network Cable Unpluggedmessage during a station reset. This
message should disappear when the station becomes active.
NOTE
Clicking this button saves
current changes, but does
not
implement the
changes.
Clicking this button saves
current changes and
implements them via a
station reset.
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8.8 NETWORK CONFIGURATION WEB PAGE
The Network Configuration web page configures the identification of the CS7000 Control Stations
configuration program and its VoIP operation. It also allows changing of the password to access the
stations configuration program. An example web page is shown in Figure 8-10.
Changing the CS7000 Control Stations network identification information from the
factory default settings is highly recommended.
Figure 8-10: Network Configuration Web Page (Example)
8.8.1 Unit Identification Section
The Unit Name text box is used to define a name for the CS7000 Control Station. The name can be up to
sixteen (16) alphanumeric characters in length.
MAC Address is a read-only field that displays the CS7000 Control Stations Ethernet MAC address
(serial number). The MAC address is set at the factory. It cannot be changed.
8.8.2 Network Identification Section
The IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway text boxes in this section are used to define the CS7000
Control Stations Ethernet IP address parameters. As described in Section 8.3.1 of this manual, a static IP
address must be used.
After the network settings are configured, this IP address is may be used from a web browser to run the
stations configuration program. VoIP Remote Controllers in a VoIP Remote Control System also use
this IP address as their “Panel Address” to communicate with CS7000 Control Station.
8.8.3 Change Password Button
To change the CS7000 Control Station configuration programs password, click the Change Password
button on the Network Configuration web page. A secondary page will appear that allows entering of and
confirmation of a new password via two text boxes. Afterwards, click the Save Changes and Reset
Unit button.
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If the passwords entered in the two text boxes do not match, the CS7000 Control Station will not change
the password. In this case, an error screen will appear and the user will be directed to re-enter the new
password.
The new password will be required after the CS7000 Control Station restarts.
8.9 RADIO CONFIGURATION WEB PAGE
The Radio Configuration web page is used to configure the Remote Control (Plus) Boards interface to
the mobile radio. This page has three (3) tabs: Hardware, Radio Control, and Software (Version). Each
tab is described in the following subsections.
Figure 8-11: Radio Configuration Web Page—Hardware Tab (Example)
8.9.1 Hardware Tab
8.9.1.1 Hardware Interface Configuration Section
COR Considered Active Time
The COR Considered Active Time parameter is the time in milliseconds that the radio’s COR output
must be active before the Remote Control (Plus) Board concludes the radio is receiving audio. If the
radios COR output remains high after this time interval, the Remote Control (Plus) Board will process
the radios receive (speaker) audio for as long as the radios COR output remains active.
When set to zero (milliseconds), the Remote Control (Plus) Board does not debounce the radio COR
output.
Setting this timer too large may prevent the CS7000 Control Station from playing short radio alert tones.
For example, the radios transmit grant tone typically lasts only 50 milliseconds.
If changes are made,
remember to save them!
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The M5300, M7300, and Unity XG-100M mobile radios use OUT1 as the radio COR output. The OUT1
output must be assigned to the External Mute function.
Transmit Considered Active Time
The Transmit Considered Active Time parameter is the time in milliseconds that the radio’s transmit
indicator output must be active before the Remote Control (Plus) Board concludes the radio is
transmitting on a voice channel after the board initiates a transmission. If the radio’s Transmit Indicator
output is active when the timer expires, the board will begin transmitting audio on the radio’s external
microphone input.
The purpose of this timer is to differentiate between a radio transmitting on a control channel to acquire a
voice channel on a trunked system and a radio that is then transmitting on the assigned voice channel. The
period should then be set so that the Transmit Indicator output will go active before the timer times out on
a channel acquisition transmission.
If the radio’s Transmit Indicator goes active immediately when the radio is transmitting, as on a non-
trunked system conventional channel, then this period can be set to zero.
This timer does not function when the Transmit Indicator Polarity (Digital Output tab on the Radio
Configuration web page) is set to “Ignore.”
The M5300, M7300, and Unity XG-100M mobile radios use OUT2 as the radio’s Transmit Indicator
Output. The radio’s OUT2 output must be assigned to the “OK To Talk” function.
Max PTT Time
The Max PTT Time parameter is the time in seconds that the Remote Control (Plus) Board will allow for
a Remote Control (Plus) Board-initiated transmission. The timer starts when a board PTT input becomes
active. If the timer expires, the board will stop transmitting. The main purpose of this timer is to prevent a
failed Remote Controller from locking the radio in transmit.
A value of 0 disables the timer.
It is recommended that this time period be set in excess of the radio personalitys CCT timer value.
8.9.1.2 COR Override
Transmit While COR Active
When the Transmit While COR Active checkbox is checked, the Remote Control (Plus) Board will
transmit while the radio’s COR output is active. A board transmission will have priority over receive
audio. This is particularly desirable on a conventional radio system where it may be necessary to transmit
over an unsquelched receiver.
When the checkbox is not checked, the board will not transmit while the radio’s COR output is active.
Radio receive audio will have priority over a board transmission.
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8.9.2 Radio Control Tab
The Radio Configuration web page’s Radio Control tab is shown in Figure 8-12.
Figure 8-12: Radio Configuration Web Page—Radio Control Tab (Example)
8.9.2.1 Radio Control Method
Hookswitch Method
The Hookswitch Method parameter selects how the Remote Control (Plus) Board hookswitch
information is communicated to the radio. Selections are:
Hardware: The radio’s connector Hookswitch line (radio connector J3 pin 6) is used.
This is the default setting.
CAN Control: CAN bus messaging is used.
The radio’s Hardware Hookswitch input is actually processed in the radio’s front-mount CH-721 control
head. If the radio inside the CS7000 Control Station does not have a CH-721 control head, for example, a
remote-control-only rack-mount CS7000 Control station, then the CAN Control setting must be used.
8.9.2.2 Radio Control Unit
Control Unit On/Off Switch
The Control Unit On/Off Switch parameter selects how the Remote Control (Plus) Board handles the
control heads CTRL_ON line on the radio connector. This logic signal is effectively paralleled with the
control heads power switch. Selections are:
Always On: The board holds the control heads CTRL_ON line at ground, effectively
forcing the radio always on. Station and radio power are both controlled
only by the station’s AC power switch. This is the default setting.
If changes are made,
remember to save them!
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Controlled By Radio: The board floats the control heads CTRL_ON line, allowing the radio’s
power to be controlled by the control heads power switch.
8.9.3 Software (Version) Tab
The Radio Configuration web page’s Software (Version) tab is shown in Figure 8-13.
Figure 8-13: Radio Configuration Web Page—Software Tab (Example)
8.9.3.1 Plus Version
EID
EID is an electronic identification number assigned to the Remote Control (Plus) Board. The board uses
this number to identify itself to the radio via the CAN bus network. This value is assigned at the factory
and it should not be changed unless specifically directed to do so. Changing it may make the board unable
to communicate with the radio.
Software Version
This is the Remote Control (Plus) Board’s software version number. This number is reported to the radio
when the board establishes communications with the radio. It should not be changed unless specifically
directed to do so. Changing it may make the board unable to communicate with the radio.
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8.9.3.2 Radio Default Keyboard
Initial Keymap
The Initial Keymap parameter defines which key-map the CS7000 Control Station will use when it
initially powers up. Selections are:
ECP Mode: With this setting, the station uses the ECP key codes and the ECP radio mode for
conventional, EDACS (not available on Unity XG-100M), and P25 functionality.
OTP Mode: With this setting, the station uses the OTP key codes and the OTP radio mode for
OpenSky Trunking Protocol functionality (not available on Unity XG-100M).
This parameter is typically defined by the radio and it is sent to the CS7000 Control Station at power-up
or when the radio changes between ECP and OTP (not available on Unity XG-100M) modes. It provides
some protection from the CS7000 Control Station and the radio being out of sync at power-up, in a case
where the station (i.e., Remote Control (Plus) Board) misses the radios key-map defining CAN bus
message.
8.10 CS7000 INPUT/OUTPUT CONFIGURATION WEB PAGE
8.10.1 General Information
The CS7000 Input/Output Configuration web page is used to configure the functionality of the Remote
Control (Plus) Boards External I/O connector and its digital I/O interface with the radio. External I/O
pins are assigned to specific “actions.” These inputs and outputs are listed in the following tables:
Table 8-3: Remote Control (Plus) Board’s Digital Inputs from Radio
NAME M5300/M7300 SIGNAL NAME RADIO CONNECTOR
COR Indicator OUT1 (External Mute output) J3 pin 11
Tx Indicator OUT2 J3 pin 20
Table 8-4: Remote Control (Plus) Board’s Digital Outputs to Radio
NAME M5300/M7300 SIGNAL NAME RADIO CONNECTOR
External PTT INP1 J3 pin 14
Radio Hookswitch CU HKSW J3 pin 6
Radio Accessory INP2 J3 pin
Table 8-5: Remote Control (Plus) Board’s Inputs from Station’s External I/O Connector
NAME NOTES STATION’S EXTERNAL I/O
CONNECTOR
Auxiliary PTT Dedicated PTT Function P3 pin 16
Auxiliary Hookswitch General Purpose Function P3 pin 2
Auxiliary In 1 General Purpose Function P3 pin 18
Auxiliary In 2 General Purpose Function P3 pin 6
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Table 8-5: Remote Control (Plus) Board’s Inputs from Station’s External I/O Connector
NAME NOTES STATION’S EXTERNAL I/O
CONNECTOR
Auxiliary In 3 General Purpose Function P3 pin 8
The complete pin-
out for the CS7000 Control Station’s External I/O connector P3 is
listed in Table 5-7 on page 46.
Table 8-6: Remote Control (Plus) Board’s Outputs to Station’s External I/O Connector
NAME NOTES STATION’S EXTERNAL I/O
CONNECTOR
External Mute Dedicated Mute Function P3 pin 22
Auxiliary Output 1 General Purpose Function P3 pin 21
Auxiliary Output 2 General Purpose Function P3 pin 9
Auxiliary Output 3 General Purpose Function P3 pin 20
8.10.1.1 Input Operation
A Remote Control (Plus) Board input can be assigned to set a board “Action.” This Action can then be
assigned to a board output. When the board input is active, the assigned board Action is active. When the
board input is inactive, the assigned board Action is inactive. The active voltage level of an input is a
configurable parameter.
A Remote Control (Plus) Board’s Action can also be configured to generate a radio button function to the
radio over the CAN bus. This configuration is accomplished via the Actions web page. Generally, it is not
desirable to assign an Action to both set a hardware input and to generate a radio button function.
8.10.1.2 Output Operation
A Remote Control (Plus) Board output can be assigned to follow a board “Action.” When the board’s
Action is active, the assigned board output is active. When the board’s Action is inactive, the assigned
board output is inactive. The active voltage level of an output is a configurable parameter.
A Remote Control (Plus) Board’s Action can also be configured to generate a radio button function to the
radio over the CAN bus. This configuration is accomplished via the Actions web page. Generally, it is not
desirable to assign an Action to both set a hardware output and to generate a radio button function.
8.10.1.3 Input/Output Configuration Example
For example, to assign the Remote Control (Plus) Boards COR Indicator input (the radio’s External
Mute output) to the boards Auxiliary Output 1:
1. On the CS7000 Input/Output Configuration web page’s Inputs tab, assign the Remote Control (Plus)
Board’s COR Indicator Sets pull-down list to Action 1. See Figure 8-14.
2. On the CS7000 Input/Output Configuration web page’s Outputs tab, assign the Remote Control (Plus)
Board’s Auxiliary Output 1 Will Follow pull-down list to Action 1. See Figure 8-15 on page 72.
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3. Configure the polarity for the COR Indicator input on the Input Levels tab. See Figure 8-16.
4. Configure the polarity for Auxiliary Output 1 on the Output Levels Tab. See Figure 8-17.
With this configuration, when the board’s COR Indicator input is active, the boards Auxiliary Output 1 is
active. Also, when the board’s COR Indicator input is inactive, the boards Auxiliary Output 1 is inactive.
8.10.2 Inputs Tab
The CS7000 Input/Output Configuration web page’s Inputs tab is shown in Figure 8-14.
Figure 8-14: CS7000 Input/Output Configuration Web Page—Inputs Tab (Example)
8.10.2.1 COR Indicator
The COR Indicator input is a radio output that is active when the radios speaker is not muted. This is a
dedicated input. When active, the CS7000 Control Station will go into its radio receive audio state. The
COR Indicator input will also be active when while the radio generates an alert tone.
COR Indicator Sets
COR Indicator Sets settings are:
(Disabled): This is the default setting.
Action (Number): Select an Action number to assign to the COR Indicator.
8.10.2.2 Tx Indicator
The Tx Indicator Input is a radio output that is active while the radio is transmitting on a voice channel.
The Tx Indicator input should be inactive while the radio is transmitting on a control channel on a trunked
system. This is a dedicated input. When active, the CS7000 Control Station treats the radio as transmitting
on a voice channel.
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Tx Indicator Sets
Tx Indicator Sets settings are:
(Disabled): This is the default setting.
Action (Number): Select an Action number to assign to the Tx Indicator.
8.10.2.3 Desk Mic PTT
The Desk Mic PTT is the PTT switch input from the CS7000 Control Stations front panel microphone