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IP Hotline Connections

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The IP Hotline comes with either the INCA IP Flush Master board, or the TKIS-2 kit inside.

Turbine Based

Introduction

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The table below is an overview of the main connectors involved when installing the IP Hotline Station.

Ethernet/Power 10/100 Mbps Ethernet RJ-45 port for LAN (uplink) connection. Supports PoE (802.3af). Draws power from either spare line or signal line.
Secondary Power 24 VDC (16 – 48 V) secondary power is provided from an external adapter.
Relays There is one Double Throw relay contact with 60W switching power. COM, NO, NC contacts are provided. Max: 250VAC/220VDC, 2A, 60W
Input/Output 6 general purpose I/Os are available. Each I/O can be configured as either input, output, or LED driver.
Audio Line Out A balanced 600 ohm audio line out with induction loop signal

To access these connectors the front cover must be removed.


Power Supply

The IP Hotline Station supports Power over Ethernet (PoE, IEEE 802.3 a-f) where power can be drawn from either the spare line or signal line.

If PoE is not available, the IP Hotline Station can be connected to a 24 VDC local power supply.

See Related Article TKIS Connections for local power supply connections.

Network Connection

There is one RJ-45 port on this IP Hotline Station that is used for PoE/LAN Ethernet connection:

  • LAN port (P1): for connecting to the network and the AlphaCom XE Audio Server.

Input/Output Connections

There are 6 I/O connection options for the IP Hotline Station. These connections can be used to interface with external I/O devices. The connections are typically used as digital input (eg. from a closing contact), digital output (5V), or LED driving (20mA max) for connecting sensors, indicators or integration to other systems.

P2 - Relay Output and External Power Input

5-pin plug-on terminal for relay and external power

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Pin 1/2: 24 VDC for external secondary power if PoE is not used. Pin 1 is positive.
Pin 3: COM relay (Common)
Pin 4: NO relay (Normally Open)
Pin 5: NC relay (Normally Closed)
  • Relay switching capacity: Max. 60 watt (Max voltage: 250VAC/220VDC. Max current: 2A)
  • Connectable conductors: 0.20 - 1.5 mm² (IEC) / 24 - 16 AWG (UL). Use of ferrules is recommended. Max cable size is then 0.75 mm².

P3 - 10-pin plug-on terminal for I/O's and Audio Line Out

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Pin 1 5.3V (max. 200mA current)
Pin 2 GND
Pin 3 Input for Hookswitch for handset cradle (and for restoring Factory Default Setting)
Pin 4 Button Input or LED Driver
Pin 5 Button Input or LED Driver
Pin 6 Button Input or LED Driver
Pin 7 Button Input or LED Driver
Pin 8 Button Input or LED Driver
Pin 9 600 ohm balanced line out +
Pin 10 600 ohm balanced line out -


  • Connectable conductors: 0.20 - 1.5 mm² (IEC) / 24 - 16 AWG (UL). Use of ferrules is recommended. Max cable size is then 0.75 mm².

P4 - Loudspeaker & Electret microphone

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Pin 1: Speaker output +
Pin 2: Speaker output -
Pin 3: Electret Microphone +
Pin 4: Electret Microphone -
  • Connectable conductors: 0.20 - 1.5 mm² (IEC) / 24 - 16 AWG (UL). Use of ferrules is recommended. Max cable size is then 0.75 mm².
  • Recommended loudspeaker impedance: 8 ohms
Note icon To enable the electret microphone input when using a TKIS-2, the "Product Model And Accessory" must be set to "Kit" under Station Main > Main Settings in the web interface of the device.


For more details see Turbine Compact Board Connectors.

INCA Based

Introduction

The table below is an overview of the main connectors involved when installing the IP Hotline Station.

LAN (P1) 10/100 Mbps RJ45 port for LAN (uplink) connection. Supports PoE (802.3af). Draws power from either spare line or signal line.
AUX (P2) 10/100 Mbps RJ45 port for auxilliary equipment such as PC or IP Camera.
Input/Output Pluggable screw terminal
Local Power Pluggable screw terminal, 17-27 VDC Idle 4W, max. 8W

To access these connectors the front cover must be removed.

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Power Supply

The IP Hotline Station supports Power over Ethernet (PoE, IEEE 802.3 a-f) where power can be drawn from either the spare line or signal line.

If PoE is not available, the IP Hotline Station can be connected to a 24 VDC local power supply.

See Related Article INCA Master Station Kit Board Connectors for local power supply connections.

Network Connection

There are two RJ45 ports on this IP Hotline Station:

  • LAN port (P1): for connecting to the network and the AlphaCom XE Audio Server.
  • AUX port (P2): for connecting to auxiliary equipment such as a PC or IP Camera.

Input/Output Connections

There are I/O connection options for the IP Hotline Station. These I/O connections include:

P3 - External Loudspeaker, Relay Output and External Power Input

6-pin plug-on screw terminal for external connections.

P3


  • Pin 1/2 Connection to the loudspeaker of the handset
  • Pin 3/4 Internal NO relay contact for additional call indication etc.
  • Pin 5/6 Connect 24 VDC for station power if PoE is not used. Pin 6 is positive.

P4 - Inputs and Station LED

6-pin plug-on screw terminal for external connections.

P4


  • Pin 1/4 Input for Hookswitch for handset cradle (and for restoring Factory Default Setting)
  • Pin 2/4 Input 2 (optional)
  • Pin 3/4 Input 3 (optional)
  • Pin 5/6 Station LED for call message info. (Pin 6 is positive.)

J10 - Microphone

Connection to handset microphone

J10


  • Pin 1 MIC+
  • Pin 2 MIC-

Note that the microphone selection switch next to connector J10 should be in the left position, labeled "Int.".


For more details see INCA Substation Board Connectors.