This chapter describes the configuration of the 'Desk call station (RS485, 8+1)' PT2009 and the call station part of the 'System operating unit and call station' PT1002.

Setup the analog audio input

  1. Set the level of the first analog audio input ('IN1') to line level and adjust the input gain. The default setting is +0 dB.
  • Values may vary dependent on the length of the network cable used
  1. Disable the phantom power
  1. Configure the first analog audio input ('IN1') of the digital audio matrix as the priority channel by assigning a channel number >128.
  1. Optional configure an input EQ to minimize the risk of acoustic feedback or to further decrease the input gain

Setting up the 'PACE-Bus' common configuration

  • Set the Number of used KeyBlocks to the number of call stations. Example: 2 call stations = 2 button blocks

Setting up the 'PACE-Bus' panel specific configuration

  1. Choose a PT2009 from the 'Device ID' drop-down list field.
  1. Route the call station buttons to the keypad blocks. Example: call station 1 = block 1, call station 2 = block 2

Setup a virtual call station

  1. Open the configuration page 'Station' > 'Configure Virtual Keypad'
  1. Configure a 'TALK', 'SELECET ALL', and 'SELECT NONE' button on the main keypad
  1. Switch to the last keypad extension – 'Extension 4' – and configure the keypad blocks by configuring the 'ZONE SELECT' buttons.

Using the internal call station speaker

  1. Open the configuration page 'System Tree' > 'Peripherals and Logging' > 'PACE-Bus' > 'PT2009 #X VAC-Panel'
  1. Activate 'Use the built-in' loudspeaker
NOTICE

It is required to use a wired connection from a digital audio matrix analog audio output to the call station internal loudspeaker.