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    ‎04-08-2020 07:38 PM
    Question How can I use the TX Group port field on the Multicast Address Setup page?   Answer The following is one way the TX Group Port field can be used to transmit on multiple IP-223s based on a unique port number... In this scenario you could use our IP-223 to expand repeater coverage to multiple distant sites. See the example below on how this would be setup. We are only using line one for this example. IP-223 #1 Multicast address 225.8.11.81    RX 6000   TX 1072    Group TX 6000 IP-223 #2 Multicast address 225.8.11.81    RX 6000   TX 1073    Group TX 6000 IP-223 #3 Multicast address 225.8.11.81    RX 6000   TX 1074    Group TX 6000 If one IP-223 receives it will cause the other IP-223's to key up and transmit.           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:11 PM
    Question How can I better understand IP-223 jumper settings?   Answer IP-223 jumper settings allow a great deal of flexibility in regards to the range of uses for the device.  Correct jumper settings are critical to every application.  Although many Telex application notes specify the required jumper settings for certain types of radio models, some radios are not covered and the technician must determine which settings are correct for their particular application. Explanations on the purpose of the settings are expanded upon here to assist in determining the best configuration.  Refer to the jumper chart in the IP-223 manual to idenfity specific jumper numbers based on the PCB revision.  2 Wire vs. 4 Wire Four wire mode consists of two pairs of conductors, one for TX, one for RX.  In the 2 wire form, the TX and RX signals are summed onto the same wire pair, which conserves resources but can also create problems in certain circumstances, and is generally more difficult to obtain a stable alignment with.  4 wire mode generally produces better quality audio than 2 wire mode. Balanced vs. Single Ended Locally controlled mobile radios are typically high impedance, single ended input and output lines.  Single ended refers to an unbalanced signal pair, in which one conductor is grounded and the other carries the AC signal above ground potential.  Radio audio impedances are generally considerably higher than 600 ohms, and may be 10K or greater.  Balanced audio refers to two conductors that provide forward and return paths, neither of which is referenced to ground.  Check specifications on your radio to determine which mode of connection is applicable. RX Input Impedance RX impedance may be 8 ohms, 600 ohms, or 10K ohms, depending on the source used.  A connection to a speaker for example would be 8 ohms.  Again, check the radio specifications to confirm the optimal value to be used. TX Output The transmit output level range has two options:  High or Low.  High is the most common value, but low may be required in certain systems requiring lower output levels.  Digital I/O Pull Up Voltage This jumper determines the pull up voltage for BCD (Binary Coded Decimal) channel steering bit lines.  It may be set for +5 volts, or floating (jumper set to hang on center pin).  This setting is determined by the radio requirements.  This jumper is only applicable to radios requiring BCD control. J23 This jumper needs to stay in the "B" position.  (It is intended for a future feature in the IP-223)           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:27 PM
    Question How do I set up Motorola CDM/GM/PRO Series Radios to 223 Series Adapter Panels?   Answer See attached           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:30 PM
    Question What does the TX Group Port field do on the IP-223?   Answer The TX Group Port field is used to transmit to multiple IP-223's based on a unique TX port number.           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:12 PM
    Question I'm having issues trying to transport MSK (MDC or FleetSync) data across IP links (IP-223 to IP-223), and only works half the time reproducing the MSK at the far end - what can I do to fix this?   Answer There is no good answer to your question - when you look at Audio sampling rates, VOCODER algorisms/compression rates, audio packetizing for network transport, physical network transport and the regeneration of audio, these all play a part in the units ability to recreate inserted audio at the far end of IP transport.  The operation you require is not supported, we only decode MDC in the IP-223 and display it on consoles as a special ANI packet because of these known issues.             © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:12 PM
    Question What Kenwood radio features can the IP-223 control?   Answer The IP-223 supports basic channel change, TX/RX audio and PTT  for most radios.  We also offer serial control of some Kenwood radios (TK-x80, -x90, -x150, -x180 and TK-5x10) that enable additional features listed below. ANI Channel Change (up to 99 frequencies) Scan ON/OFF Emergency Decode ***Scan Mode channel update*** Only on x150/x180 and TK-5x10 **Add/Delete channels from scan list** Only on x150/x180 The following optional Telex cables can help speed installation: • P/N F.01U.117.822      Description IP223CAB150/180 - IP223-Kenwood TK-150/180 and TK-5x70 cable. • P/N F.01U.117.823    Description IP223CAB90 - IP223-Kenwood TK-90 cable. If attaching two (2) serially controlled devices to a single IP-223, a serial port splitter cable is required: • P/N F.01U.117.818    Description IP223DB9Splitter - Serial Port splitter cable DB-9.         © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:14 PM
    Question How do I set up IP-223 to RTS Intercom System?   Answer See attached           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:29 PM
    Question How do I set up 223 Series radio adaptors to control ICOM IC-A110 Mobile Radio?   Answer See attached           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:30 PM
    Question Can I setup for MDC-1200 Encode and Operation?   Answer Yes, see attached           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:09 PM
    Question How do I deal with IP-223 "False Transmit Keying" in 2 Wire Console Mode?   Answer IP-223s in Console mode, when used with a 2 wire configuration, are known to be suseptible to decoder falsing (the decoder thinks it is receiving a Transmit tone burst) when receiving high level receive signals.  This makes the IP-223 momentarily shift from Receive Mode to Transmit Mode.  The short burst of transmit audio not only causes noise on the channel, but often causes the transmitter to actually change channels, which results in dispatch traffic accidently being broadcast on incorrect channels. Two wire mode is susceptible to this because the transmit and receive audio are on the same pair of wires, and so the decoder is exposed to the receive traffic as well as transmit traffic from the console.  Voice frequencies of approximately 1950 Hz and above, with signal levels approaching 0.0 dB peaks at the input of the IP-223, can trigger this phenomenon. Resolution Changing the configuration of both ends of the circuit to 4 wire will eliminate the problem.  When 4 wire conversion is not available, a reduction of receive audio level into the radio end IP-223 should minimize, if not eliminate the problem.          © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:35 PM
    Question How do I set up Motorola Radius, M10, M100, M120, M130, M200, GM300, SM50, SM120, and Maxtrac 100 and 300 Series Radio to IP-223 Remote Adapter Panel?   Answer See attached           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:11 PM
    Question How do you troubleshoot parasitic RF problems in Telex RoIP equipment racks?   Answer In some installations, stray RF energy can infiltrate audio lines and data lines, causing erratic operation of RoIP devices. Certain modes of radio frequency transmission can be especially prone to causing interference. Pulse type modulation that occurs in cellular TDMA systems, certain types of trunking system modulation, as well as high power transmitters, are common sources of problems. For example, a typical symptom of this phenomenon is PTT dropout. When the transmitter comes up to full power, it’s controlling IP-223 may drop the PTT, as a result of RF getting into the data stream and corrupting it. Eliminating locally radiated RF energy is the first step in determining the cause of the problem. Put a dummy load on the transmitter and retest it. If the problem ceases, chances are you have found the problem. Steps can then be taken to eliminate radiation of the RF from cables, nearby antennas, etc. In this case the antenna was too close to the equipment rack, and once it was mounted further away, the problem disappeared.   Similar procedures can identify other sources of radiating RF energy as the cause of the problem. Antenna cables with poor grounds, bad connectors, cables being too close together, etc, can cause simillar problems.           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:29 PM
    Question How can I set up IP-223 Series Adapter Panels to control Motorola MOTOTRBO Mobile Radios without MTRBi?   Answer See attached           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:39 PM
    Question What is the BTU (heat output) per hour for the IP-223?   Answer  The BTU for the IP-223 is 30 BTU's per hour.           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:09 PM
    Question How do you convert Voting Systems from Analog to IP Based with Telex Equipment?   Answer Conversion of an analog voting system to IP transport is a common mode of system upgrade being successfully done in many locations.  Careful consideration must be given to several aspects of the change in the system configuration in order to achieve good results. The first consideration is planning the network topology to have minimal bandwidth constrictions and packet delays. Ideally, packets moving across the network carrying audio will need to have the most logically direct path possible from port to port…ideally an isolated flat network. The network should be designed with enough bandwidth so that all lines of the IP-223s should be able to function simultaneously without restrictions. It is necessary to configure network timing parameters so that all receiver audio traffic arrives at the voter with nearly the same propagation time, regardless of which receiver site it originates from…something on the order of plus or minus 10 ms. Some latency is acceptable, as long as it is virtually uniform, from all sites. Obviously the audio level characteristics from each receiver site would also need to be matched as closely as possible. Analog audio levels need to be very consistent from site to site. Example: GE Analog Voter system conversion to IP based audio : A typical GE “valley voted” system uses a 1950 Hz status tone to determine when receive traffic is present, and that the receiver and transmission line are functional. The status tone is continuous when no signal is present. The voter cards also use the status tone for line level compensation to provide consistent audio levels regardless of which line is in use. Status Tone Transmission A continuous status tone cannot be used with the IP-223, as packets from receiver to receiver will become largely out of sync over time. Also the CODECs are designed for voice audio rather than a continuous tone and thus a tone will have distortion. One possible workaround is to generate the 1950 Hz locally, just ahead of the voter, and gate it with received audio from the IP-223. A circuit would have to be installed at the voter that generates the status tone the voter is looking for, and passes voice audio during receive activity. Such devices are available from third party vendors. The second change needed to the voter system would be to re-configure it for “vote and hold”, rather than continuous voting during mobile PTTs. The first receiver voted locks in until the mobile PTT drops. This avoids problems that would occur with continuous voting, which can create echoes from audio streams not being in sync.           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:13 PM
    Question What does Dispatch products due in the cases of missed packets (lost due to jitter or errors)?   Answer The products have a jitter buffer that allows for packets to be reordered if delivered out of sequence, if this buffer empties due to lost packets the unit will stop and restart once the "Packet delay before playback" buffer is filled.    The product looks at the source and destination address, when a correct incoming port number is recognized the unit will lock in on that source address and ignore packets coming from another source address until the first source stops sending then the second source has access. There is no protection against multiple packets from the same source address with the same multicast and port numbers as this shouldn't happen.  Add to this the same sequence bit in the packet (echoes) should never be allowed. Packets not received or lost before their play sequence (bit) time in the buffer are lost and next packets in the buffer pulled in.             © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:10 PM
    Question How can I troubleshoot IP Console and Gateway Audio Transport across a network?   Answer On initial set up of a console system, often the most frequent problem is the failure of Consoles and IP-223s to communicate across the network.  Common causes of this are: Typos in addressing, such as multicast addresses and port numbers not matching on end to end devices. Firewall turned "ON" in console computers Multicast being blocked across the network due to router settings, etc Use of the Telex “VU Meter” program (download at http://www.telex.com/us/dispatch/file?i=97544&lg=eng) is an excellent and quick way to determine if data is present on the correct port numbers. Open VU Meter with the appropriate multicast address and port number entered in the blanks. Turn the program on. Send a test call on the TX or RX port numbers and see if VU Meter indicates digital audio activity. You may open multiple instances of VU Meter to simultaneously monitor TX and RX port numbers.  Verification that audio data is being sent out on the correct address, but not arriving at the far end of the network may indicate a problem with network configurations, that is, blocking of multicast traffic. Please note that some newer switches are intelligent enough to contain routing functions, which can be unintentionally enabled in some situations.           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:23 PM
    Question How do I set up Relm GMH Radios to IP-223 Adapter Panels?   Answer See attached           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:23 PM
    Question How do I set up EF Johnson Series 5300 Mobile Radio Alias and User ID Operation?   Answer See attached           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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    ‎04-08-2020 07:13 PM
    Question How do I program the IP-223 to operate in TONE mode?   Answer Programming the IP-223 to operate in TONE mode. First set jumpers for either 2 or 4 wire operation, open unit. For either 2 or 4 wire set J3, J9, J11, J16 and J21 (Line 1) or J19, J20, J25, J28 and J29 (Line 2) to "B" position. For 2-Wire set J33 and J34 (Line 1) or J5 and J6 (Line 2) to "A" position, set J14 (Line 1) or J24 (Line 2) to "B" position. For 4-Wire set J33 and J34 (Line 1) or J5 and J6 (Line 2) to "B" position, set J14 (Line 1) or J24 (Line 2) to "A" position. Close unit   Now connect your 2 or 4-Wire control line to the correct IP-223 DB-25 I/O port. For 2-Wire connect the (TX/RX) wires to Pins 13 and 25 For 4-Wire connect the TX (Out to radio) wires to Pins 13 and 25, connect the RX (In from radio) wires to Pins 12 and 24. Once your jumpers and wire connections are set you will need to place the IP-223 line into Tone mode. To do this, follow the steps below.      Log into the web page of the IP-223.      Click on the Multicast address setup picture at the top of the page.      Use the Line Type drop down for line 1 or line 2 and set it to TONE mode.      Now Click on the Submit button at the bottom of the page.      Now click on the Save To EEPROM and click on Save Parameters.      Now that line of the IP-223 is set to TONE mode will emit PTT tones. The next steps you need to take is to set levels. You will need a alignment handset to help you. If you do not have one then you may use C-Soft to key up the IP-223. Once you have the IP-223 keying up then you can now set the levels. To set levels do the following:      Using a transmission test set or similar device, measure the audio on the TX pins of the IP-223      Using a small screw driver, adjust the TX pot on the front of the IP-223 for the line under test.      Set the Low Level guard tone to the level you desire, typical is -20dbm into a loaded circuit.      Key up the IP-223 with C-Soft or the handset, m easure the voice audio on the TX pins of the IP-223, typical is 0dbm peaks into a loaded circuit.     You should see the radio key up when you PTT from C-Soft or the handset.           © Copyright Bosch Security Systems All rights reserved. Text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos as well as the arrangement of the same in Bosch offline knowledgebase (help file) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The content of these offline knowledgebase may not be copied, disseminated, altered or made accessible to third parties for commercial purposes. Some Bosch web sites may also contain text, images, graphics, sound, animations and videos subject to third party copyrights. Warranty Note This information is provided by Bosch Security Systems ''AS IS'' and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including (but not limited to) any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. While the information provided in believed to be accurate, it may include errors or inaccuracies. Bosch Security Systems will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from use of this tool, including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.  
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