KIRK - Helping people communicate PreviousPrevious StartStart ContentsContents 2 KIRK System 500 Training Configuration & Installation
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 3 KIRK - Helping people communicate Contents Deployment KIRK Handsets Definitions Service Tool CCFP Adm. – KIRK System 500 General Presentation – KIRK System 500 Subscribtion of Master Handset KIRK Repeater HOT SPOT
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 4 KIRK - Helping people communicate Definitions CCFPCentral controller fixed partControl unit IWUInter working unitConnection to the PABX RFPRadio fixed part Base station PPPortable partHandset WRSWireless radio stationRepeater ARI no.Serial no. of CCFP IPEISerial no. of handset - SN PCSProduction change statusEdition SW PCSSoftware edition HW PCSHardware edition PIE Production identification edition Same meaning as PCS as delivered from KIRK telecom but might be changed by someone other than KIRK telecom because of up- or downgrade.
PreviousPrevious StartStart ContentsContents 6 KIRK System 500
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 7 KIRK - Helping people communicate Handsets can be registered via Master handset. 8 handsets can be connected in total. - PC not needed -. Can be placed up to a distance of 21,000 feet from the PABX. LED (green/red) indication of operation. 8 handsets can establish or answer calls at the same time (simultaneous). RS232 for programming, Modem con. MSF etc. Up to 6 Repeaters can supplement the KIRK System 500/Control Unit. Can handle “repeater jump”. Area of coverage depends on the surroundings (up to 1800 ft). Password protection. Connected to the PABX via standard telephone cable, 22 gage twisted pair. Small, discrete unit (150x150mm). KIRK System 500 Features Master Handset must be of the type 3040.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 8 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK System 500 Possibility for connecting up to 8 handsets. PSTN lines The base station/controller is placed strategically correct for optimal coverage. 6 separately numbered repeaters can be connected to increase radio coverage. PABX Connections Repeater Base station RS232 Modem con. MSF, etc. 8 Tip/Ring lines
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 9 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK System 500 Connection between PABX and Kirk System 500 1.Remove the PBA from the housing 2. Remove the "break out” at the bottom of the housing by choice. 3. Introduce the cable into the housing. 4. Secure the cable by the attached Cable Bracket and screws. 5. Connect the wires into connector.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 10 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Dect-z System 500 External connections
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 11 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Handset Alphanumeric display with back light. LED indication of incoming and unanswered calls. Telephone book with room for 80 numbers - alphanumeric. Vibrator function. Stack for 10 caller-ID presentations. Silent mode (mute all sounds - MUTE *). Redial function (the last 10 numbers). Programming pause. Programming of 2 different set-ups (indoor and outdoor). Adjustable volume. Key lock (MUTE #). 9 different ringer tones and adjustable ringer volume. Microphone mute (MUTE). Connection for headset. Automatic Off-Hook (B-answer). R-key for transfer and special services. AUTO LOGIN - Roaming between different systems. 14 messages stored - 7 can be locked. SMS - handset to handset (Only for KIRK System 1500 ). Speech/stand by time > 20/90 hours. Z - 3040 FEATURES:
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 12 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Handset The Z-3040 handset is able to send text messages to other handsets connected to the system. Ability for storing 14 messages. 7 can be locked. If a message is too long :- Msg too long If sending a message to a handset which is to powered down or out of range :- Out of range If sending a message to a handset which can not receive TXT message :- Msg was not delivered If sending a message to a local no. Which can not be identified :- Msg send to ext. device NOTE : Handset SW PCS 3E or higher - HW 9. The type (SW) can be determined by code *99982* ENTER (MUTE). Z - 3040 ADDITIONAL FEATURES ONLY FOR KIRK System 1500:
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 15 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Repeaters in Multi Cell Systems Rules for the use of a Repeater The Repeater may - only in restricted extent - be used as substitution of proper Base Stations while the Repeater in itself does not increase the traffic capacity. The Repeater is meant for use in areas where radio coverage is wanted but with low traffic rate.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 16 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Repeaters in Multi Cell Systems Repeater connection In the KIRK System 500, repeaters can increase the coverage area, but do not increase the capacity - number of traffic channels -. A repeater will transmit 2 channels as default. The program Service Tool can be used for programming of repeaters. – Folder Residential Base -. Area covered by Repeaters Base/controller coverage area
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 17 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Repeaters in Multi Cell Systems Repeater connection Up to 6 Repeaters can supplement the system. “Jumps” can be established. Up to 3 repeaters can be connected in a “chain”. Area covered by Repeaters Base/controller coverage area 3 repeaters in ”Jump”
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 18 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Repeaters in Multi Cell Systems Example 1 The KIRK System 500 must be located in the main office where most of the phone traffic will take place. KIRK Repeater jumps (multi-jumps) can be established down the long corridor adjacent the office. Note: The entire corridor can only handle 2 simultaneous calls. The remaining KIRK Repeaters can increase coverage into e.g. the car parks or difficult radio penetration spots within the office. KIRK dect-z System 500 Repeater
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 19 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Repeaters in Multi Cell Systems Example 2 In a warehouse scenario the KIRK System 500 can be placed centrally with KIRK Repeaters augmenting coverage around the outer edge of the premises. Note: KIRK Repeaters must overlap the coverage of the base station for the system to function correctly. KIRK System 500 Repeater
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 20 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Repeaters in Multi Cell Systems Example 3 Remote sites up to 1 Km (in line of sight) from the main site can be incorporated into the system using a cordless KIRK Repeater equipped with an optional external antenna which amplifies the received signal from the KIRK System 500 or KIRK Repeater it is logged on to. KIRK System 500 Repeater Repeater with ext. antenna Up to 1 Km line in sight Repeater with ext. antenna = Repeater for KIRK System 1500
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 21 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Repeaters in Multi Cell Systems Procedure for establishing repeaterjump 1 5 6 7 Area covered by Repeaters 2 speech channels Base/controller coverage area 6 speech channels Connect repeater no. 2 to base no.1 - 2 34 Connect repeater no.3 to repeater no. 2 - KIRK Tool - Folder Residential Base - Connect repeater no.4 to repeater no. 3 - SN: dect-z 500 base : 46414266 Base to synchronise on:1 Repeater no.:2 SN: dect-z 500 Base :46414266 Base to synchronise on:2 Repeater no.:3
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 22 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Repeaters in Multi Cell Systems Function of the Repeater Repeater 50% overlap 50% increased coverage of the base station KIRK System 500 Area 2 Two Traffic Channels Area 1 Six Traffic Channels
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 23 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Repeaters in Multi Cell Systems 5 channels left 2 channels left 1 channel left 5 channels left N0 channels left 4 channels left 3 channel left N0 channels left Repeater busy Handover between Repeaters
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 24 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Repeaters in Multi Cell Systems KIRK System 500 Repeater Hotel Installation
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 25 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK Repeaters in Multi Cell Systems Repeater with external antenna Multi cell installation Distance: 3000 feet External Antenna
KIRK - Helping people communicate PreviousPrevious StartStart ContentsContents 27 Subscription of “Master” Handset
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 28 KIRK - Helping people communicate Subscription of Master Handset When powering up the Kirk System500, the system automatic enters into registration mode for 15 minutes. In this period it is only possible to subscribe one handset. This handset becomes a Master Handset for the KIRK System 500. Additional Handset’s can only be registered via either the Master Handset or the CCFP Administration program. Afterwards subscription can take place.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 29 KIRK - Helping people communicate Subscription of Master Handset How to subscribe the Master Handset. Power up the handset. Press the MENU key. Press the < key - go to MENU LOGIN. Press (Mute) key - go to SUBSCRIPTION CREATE. Press (Mute) key. The Handset will now search for the SN of the system. As soon as the right SN appears in the display - press (Mute) (SN indicated on the label placed at the bottom of the dect-z 500). CREATE SYSTEM 1 AC:________ Notice AC code not needed ! Choose system no. - press (Mute). As soon as subscription has succeeded the antenna symbol will appear in the display. The Handset has now become the Master Handset for the Kirk System 500. The Master Handset is placed on channel 0.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 30 KIRK - Helping people communicate Master Handset MENU Structure DELETE USERDATA Chan. 0 IPEI 000770190254 READ/WRITE USERDATA VIEW CLIP-Stack MENU EXT. SERVICE Chan. 0 No. X 000770190254 Chan. 0 Localno. ------------ Chan. 1 IPEI ------------ Chan.1 Localno. ------------ Chan. 1 No. X xxxxxxxxxxxx How to delete/change Master Handset data. For deleting/changing Master Handset data channel 0 it is necessary to use CCFP Administration Program Ver. 8.05 How to delete/change additional Handset’s data. Data Regarding additional Handset’s channel 1-7. use the Master Handset or the CCFP Administration Program Ver. 8.05
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 31 KIRK - Helping people communicate Subscription of Master Handset How to give in the extension no. for the master handset Press the MENU key - go to EXT. SERVICE. Press (Mute) - go to READ/WRITE USERDATA. Press (Mute) - the IPEI of the MASTER HANDSET on Chan. 0 appears in the display. Press (Mute) - it is now possible to give in the extension no. for the Master Handset. Press (Mute). Turn the handset off and on. The extension number will be shown in the display
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 32 KIRK - Helping people communicate Registration of Handset’s Via Master Handset Registration of additional handset’s In the menu of the Master Handset - EXT. SERVICE - READ/WRITE USERDATA it is now possible to register additional Handset’s. Press MENU key - go to EXT. SERVICE. Press (Mute) - go to READ/WRITE USERDATA. Press (Mute) - the IPEI of the MASTER HANDSET on Chan. 0 appears in the display. Press > - it is now possible to give in the SN for the additional Handset on Chan. 1. Press (Mute) - it is now possible to enter the extension no. for the additional Handset. Press (Mute) - now it is possible to subscribe the additional Handset. It is done as described “How to subscribe a Master Handset.”
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 35 KIRK - Helping people communicate Deployment Installation and placement of base stations KIRK System 500 and Repeaters must be placed in such a way that overlap between KIRK System 500 and Repeater radio coverage is established. Radio coverage is depending on material and construction of buildings and surroundings! Radio coverage = r 2 x KIRK System 500
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 36 KIRK - Helping people communicate Deployment Horizontal and vertical overlap must be taken into consideration. Placement in buildings KIRK System 500 Repeaters
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 37 KIRK - Helping people communicate Deployment Explanation - Overlap (Use of ext. antenna) If OVERLAP is not enough - less than 10 m - 15m there is a risk for loosing connection while moving from one area ( radio coverage) to another. This because of the situation that the handset need time to scan for alternative base. If the ALTERNATIVE BASE is not found while crossing OVERLAP into another area, HAND-OVER can not take place and the connection to the system will be disconnected - ON-HOOK. This situation is similar to - OUT OF RANGE The calculation regarding OVERLAP is based on walking -speed = 3.5 km pr. hour scanning time = 10 sec. OVERLAP = 3500m (walking-speed) X 10 sec. (scanning time) 3600 (sec. pr hour)
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 38 KIRK - Helping people communicate Deployment Handset type Z-3040 Code for test display: *99989* ENTER (MUTE) N: 02 03 04 N: Number of base station - HEX R: 91 85 79 R: RSSI value 01 64 :2 6 9 C Active base station RFP number Q-value RSSI-value Freq. Time slot Type of handover Alternative base stations are listed according to RSSI values. If ”Best alternative Base” disappear the next base station will become the ”Best Base”. Measuring radio coverage is done in OFF-HOOK mode. HEX Relative 0 - 9 0 - B B - Bearer C - Connection D - Idle
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 39 KIRK - Helping people communicate Deployment Q-52 The Q-value is a relative expression for the bit failure rate in the communication between the base station and the handset. As soon the Q-value goes down to 52 the handset will ask for an handover to the alternative base station or eventually to another frequency/timeslot. RSSI The RSSI-value is an relative expression for the field strength – signal from the base station. The RSSI-value is only used for the choice of the alternative base station. The handset will choose the base station in the area from which the strongest RSSI signal is received as the first alternative base station.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 40 KIRK - Helping people communicate Deployment Measuring radio coverage can be done in different ways. One way to go is to look at the Q-value while moving away from the base station. As soon the Q-value goes down to 52 or getting unstable (fluctuating) the limit of the radio coverage has been reached. During measurement of radio coverage it is important to simulate the influence of the human body. This can be done either by shielding the antenna by the hand or by turning the handset and the body in a way to achieve a “worst case” situation for reception of the radio signal from a given base station. In both situations it is important that the Q-value is stable and not fluctuating. RADIOCOVERAGE
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 41 KIRK - Helping people communicate Deployment SHADOWS Be aware that “shadows” created by parts of the building can cause spots where no radio signals are at all. WEATHER CONDITIONS AND SEASONS OF THE YEAR Different weather conditions can have an influence regarding radio coverage. As soon parts of buildings get wet these parts can act as a shield. Different seasons of the year can also have an influence regarding radio coverage. As soon leaves on trees etc. are present the radio coverage changes as a result of shielding created by growth of trees.
KIRK - Helping people communicate PreviousPrevious StartStart ContentsContents 43 HOT SPOT
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 44 KIRK - Helping people communicate HOT spot Increase of traffic capacity. Using repeaters for creating radio coverage will result in some limitations as the repeater is only able to transfer 2 channels to a particular area. If e.g. 4 channels are needed in an particular area 2 repeaters could be used eventually connected to the same base station or to 2 different base stations. This situation can create problems if 2 repeaters are mounted close to each other. The following situation will occur: 3 handsets are active (simultaneous) on 2 repeaters. Handset no. 4 enters into the same area trying to establish a handover to the repeater configuration or handset no. 4 goes off-hook in the repeater area. Result. Handover to repeater is not possible – the connection breaks down or if the handover takes place one of the 3 other handset will loose the connection. The same situation will occur if handset no. 4 goes off-hook inside the repeater area. Off-hook is not possible or if a off-hook is executed one of the 3 handset will loose the connection.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 45 KIRK - Helping people communicate HOT spot Reason. The reason for above mentioned result is that using 2 repeaters mounted next to each other will create a Hot-Spot – too many channels in the air at the same time. This due to communication between handset and repeater which will activate channels in the air between repeater and base station as well. The way to overcome the phenomenon is to keep a distance between the repeaters similar to 25 metres in a free sight consideration. Distance > 25 metres (Free sight) 4 Channels. 2 Channels.
KIRK - Helping people communicate PreviousPrevious StartStart ContentsContents 47 CCFP Adm. Program KIRK System 500
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 48 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program The CCFP Adm. Program is a professional tool for programming of the Kirk System500 for best performance. The program gives the possibility for giving in user data and for performing adjustments to be able to match the parameters of the connected PABX. Furthermore it contains possibilities for diagnostics used for fault findings during and after installation of the Kirk System 500
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 49 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program As soon the program has started to load you can click on the grey field to decide if the program is going to be used via a Direct Connection or as a Modem Connection. It is as well possible to select com port 1 - 4.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 50 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program Select com port 1 - 4 Select Direct connection or Modem connection
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 51 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program If modem connection is selected you have the possibility for creating a Phonebook. From the Phonebook you can select the name and number you would like to call. To give in new name and number click Add. To remove name and number select relevant data and click Remove After having selected the name and number - click the Dial number bottom and the connection will be established. The system will now be operated in the same way as Direct Connection.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 52 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program The Registration form is used for giving in Serial No. of the handsets and additional user data. User data is written here! Users can be deleted or moved to other channels. NOTICE: If one or more handsets are registered via the CCFP Adm. Program the first registration even if this has happened on another channel as no. 0 - will become the Master Handset.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 53 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program The CCFP Set-up form is used for setting up IWU parameters to match the parameters of the connected PABX.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 54 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIRK System 500 - IWU Set-up Ring freq.13-60Hz 20-60Hz 20-30Hz Dial mode per DTMF Pulse DTMF timing active = pause 70ms 80ms 90ms 100ms 150ms 200ms 250ms 2500ms Dial tone detect pause 1sec 2sec 3sec 4sec 6sec 8sec Recall mode Loop break Earthing Recall timing Loop break: 70ms 100ms 290ms 630ms Earth pulse: 400ms 2,5s Pulse timing 10Hz make/break : 40ms/60ms 34ms/66ms SuppresserOffice Light noise Heavy noise Extreme noisy Off Dial tone filter315 -545Hz 385-465Hz 345-505Hz 265-600Hz } 9/12 dB
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 55 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program Under the menu Options-Preferences you will find different folders which can be used as required.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 56 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program Allow/disallow subscription. Backup and Restore data. Clear all data Give in or change Password Restart system Set IWU card to default settings or create new default settings by choice. Notice : Subscription is default set to allow in Dect-z System 500.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 57 KIRK - Helping people communicate KIKK Dect-z System 500 Optional password protection If no jumper is mounted on connector ”ALT” the feature is enabled. If jumper is mounted on connector ”ALT” the feature is disabled. Any password already programmed into the system, can be overwritten in this mode. Jumper ”ALT”
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 58 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program This folder gives information about the the ARI no.(SN no.) as well as the Flash Program part no. and Flash Program Edition.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 59 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program The no.of calls performed in the dect-z 500 system- Actual - Simultaneous - Total. Number of busy situations Number of calls performed by each handset Diagnostics information is supplied.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 60 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program Under the menu OPTIONS - PHONE BOOK you have the possibility to create an additional Phone Book. Names in the Phonebook can be called by using External Services in the handset
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 61 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program This folder gives an overview over names and numbers in the phone book as well as the possibility for giving in new names and numbers. Here you can edit data - As well as delete data
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 62 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program The menu OPTIONS – DEBUG. This folder gives an overview over type of handsets connected to the system. The type of handset is given as a part number and the software version of the handset.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 63 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program Default setting: -Complex(Low) Additional Setting:-Real(High 600ohm) Each channel can be adjusted separately. The current status of impedance can be determined. Two possibilities are implemented: This folder is used for adjusting the line impedance to the PABX
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 64 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program Selecting the Status Message Level you have the possibility to become more or less information in the Status Message window.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 65 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program The Status Message form gives an overview over which activities are performed in the system. Here you have the possibility for search for different events by using the ”Seek” function. You can clear the Status Message window
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 66 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program This folder gives the possibility for saving data regarding user data and IWU set-up parameters into a file. Be aware that opening a new file, even if it is the same file as already loaded into the system, will de-subscribe all handsets. New file can be opened and be loaded into the system. Reload of IWU data for updating the user data.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 67 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program Notice to the facility save - save as - open -Save/Save as- is used for backing up user data and IWU parameters - be aware that the telephone book is not backed up. Go to folder Options - Peferences -Advanced Options - Backup EEPROM data to PC - here all user data and IWU parameters, including the telephone book will be backed up. -Open- is used for restore of back-up (data saved into a file). Be aware that opening a new file, even if it is the same file as already loaded into the system, will de-subscribe all handsets. Even if the Master Handset originally has been registered on another channel as Ch 0. - Opening (restore) a new file will cause that the handset registered on the first position becomes the Master handset.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 68 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program This folder is created as demonstration that text messages can be sent to handsets in different ways. Further information's can be obtained at KIRK telecom Inc.
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 69 KIRK - Helping people communicate CCFP Administration Program This folder gives information's regarding text messages, initialised and released.
KIRK - Helping people communicate PreviousPrevious StartStart ContentsContents 71 Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 72 KIRK - Helping people communicate The purpose of this program is to program the Kirk handsets, Kirk repeaters and upgrade the Kirk System 500. One can adjust the volume, alter the start-up text, load flash code, menus and adjust the gain levels of the microphone and loudspeaker for the Kirk Handset. The repeater can be configured to connect to a Kirk System 1500 or a Kirk System 500. To utilize this software for registration of repeaters/handset some special hardware is needed. This hardware is required to make the connection between your computer and the repeater. This hardware can be obtained by contacting KIRK telecom Inc. Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 73 KIRK - Helping people communicate Hardware. The hardware package consists of two items (A serial cable and a modular connector adapter). Connect the serial cable to the modular connector adapter. Connect the mains adapter (part of the repeater) to the modular connector adapter. Connect the modular connector adapter to the repeater, the AC adapter to an outlet and the serial cable to the comport of your computer (1 to 4). Repeater Modular adapter Serial cable Mains adapter Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 74 KIRK - Helping people communicate Comport Setting/Repeater Set ComportRepeater connected Select Comport Service Tool Select Baudrate (8600 for 2G4)
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 75 KIRK - Helping people communicate Kirk System 1500 Repeater Programming CCFP Ari. No.RFP No. to synchronise onWRFP number Write to the WRFP Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 76 KIRK - Helping people communicate Kirk System 1500 Repeater Programming Read from the WRFPClear data from field Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 77 KIRK - Helping people communicate Kirk System 500 Repeater Programming SN. No. Kirk System 500 RFP No. to synchronise on : Always 1 when Kirk System 500 WRFP number Write to the WRFP Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 78 KIRK - Helping people communicate Kirk System 500 Repeater Programming Read from the WRFPClear data from field Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 79 KIRK - Helping people communicate Comport Setting/Handset Set ComportHandset/PP connected Select Comport Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 80 KIRK - Helping people communicate Start-up Text in Handset Write textThis has to be tickedWrite text to PP Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 81 KIRK - Helping people communicate Adjustment of Gain Values in Handset Read gain value Adjust loudspeaker volume (Max = 0) 1 dB per step Write new setting/values to PP Adjust microphone gain (Max = F) 2 dB per step Service Tool Initial values can be given into PP Press when new handset is connected
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 82 KIRK - Helping people communicate Load of Menu to Handset Load new menu into the handset Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 83 KIRK - Helping people communicate Load of Menu to Handset Select the menu fileOpen the file Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 84 KIRK - Helping people communicate Load of Flash to Handset Load new flash file into the handset Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 85 KIRK - Helping people communicate Load of Flash to Handset Select the flash fileOpen the fileStart the programming Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 86 KIRK - Helping people communicate Press power on (PP) and “any key “ (PC) at the same time until the programming has started. Load of Flash to Handset Service Tool
ContentsContents PreviousPrevious StartStart 87 KIRK - Helping people communicate Load of Flash to Handset Upgrade done Service Tool Programming running