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AUTH-PACIFIC ELECTRONICS – APARTMENT STATIONS

PACIFIC ELECTRONICS – APARTMENT STATIONS
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3 WIRE SYSTEM
System Description – The Pacific Three Wire conversation system enables building owners to upgrade existing bell/buzzer systems to intercom systems using the existing wiring. Because installation time is greatly reduced, the three wire system is an excellent, cost effective system. This system is not, however, recommended for building with more than 30 units.
System Operation – The Pacific system allows for two-way conversation between an apartment and a building entrance. A visitor initiates a call to an apartment using a push-button on the lobby panel. The tenant pushes the talk and listen buttons on the apartment station alternately to communicate with the visitor. The tenant may allow the visitor to enter the building by pushing the door button on the apartment station.
Wiring Requirements For 3 Wire Stations – Two common wires and one unique signal wire per apartment.

Model 3403
Type : Economy
Finish: High impact white plastic
Buttons: Momentary action
Push-button marked talk , listen, door
Size: 7”H x 6”W x 13/16”D
Mounting: Surface mounted to a single or dual gang electrical box or directly to the apartment wall

Model 2411 NVR
Type : Vandal resistant
Finish: Brushed stainless steel with aluminum buttons
Buttons: Momentary action
Push-button marked talk , listen, door
Size: 5 3/8” H x 4 3/8”W x 5/8”D
Mounting: Flush mounted to 1900 electrical
box with 2 gang ring
Electrical: 45 OHM speaker/mic .Three 6”
long pre skinned color coded wire leads

Model AF1000 3,4 ,5 & 6 Wire
AF1000 is a versatile single entry model universal amplifier for use with 3,4,5 or 6 wire speaker type stations. The AF1000 provides amplification control, signaling, and power circuitry to operate a
complete apartment intercom system

4 WIRE SYSTEM
System Description – The Pacific Four Wire Intercom system is designed for upgrading existing systems and for new construction up to 100 apartments with just four wires, replacing an old system is fast and easy. For oversized locations use the RH6 adaptor plate. In the new construction the four wire system is the best choice for high-quality, low-maintenance system.
System Operation – The Pacific Four System allows for two-way conversation between an apartment and a building entrance. A visitor initiates a call to an apartment using a push-button on the lobby panel. The tenant pushes the talk and listen buttons on the apartment station alternately to communicate with the visitor. The tenant may allow the visitor to enter by pushing the door button on the apartment station.
Wiring Requirements For 4 Wire Stations- Three common wires and one unique signal wire per apartment

Model 3404
Type: Standard
Finish:High impact white plastic
Buttons: Momentary action button marked talk,
listen, and door
Size: 7” H x 6”W x 13/16”D
Mounting: Surface mounted to single or dual gang electrical box, or directly to the apartment wall
Electrical: 45 OHM speaker/mic 4 screw terminal connections

Model 2401VR
Type: Vandal resistant
Finish: Brushed stainless steel
Buttons: Momentary action buttons marked talk, listen, and door
Size: 5 3/4” H x 4 1/2”W x11/8”D
Mounting: Flush mounted to 1900 electrical box with 2 gang ring
Electrical: 45 OHM speaker/mic Three 6” long pre skinned color coded wire leads

5/6 WIRE SYSTEM – SINGLE OR DUAL ENTRANCE
Single System Description – The Pacific Six Wire System is designed for new single entrance systems up to 200 units. The Classically designed 3406 is a high quality apartment station which provided top of the line sound quality for larger buildings.
System Operation – The Pacific Six Wire System provides two-way communication between an apartment and a building entrance. The visitor pushes a button on the lobby panel to call an apartment. The tenant uses the talk and listen buttons. Alternately to communicate with the visitor. The door button is used to allow the visitor to enter the building.

Dual System Description – The Pacific Six Wire System is designed for dual entrance systems is designed for dual entrance systems up to 200 units. The P12A allows the tenant to release the door from which the call is made. The P12A is cost effective choice for dual
entrance systems.
System Operation – The Pacific Six Wire System provides Two-way communication between an apartment and two building entrances.The visitor pushes a button on the lobby panel to call an apartment. The tone on the apartment station will be different depending on which entrance is calling. The tenant uses a slide switch to communicate with the visitor and uses another slide switch marked entry 1 and entry 2 to allow the visitor to enter the building.
Wiring Requirements – Five common wires and one unique signal wire are required per apartment.
Note: If using a 3406 station for dual entrance, an AF1000 amplifier and an AF3600 transfer unit are needed with a UM598TM transformer for each. If using a P12A station for dual entrance,an AF1000 amplifier and an RB03 relay box are needed with only one UM598TM transformer.

6 Wire Apartment Stations
Model 3406
Type: Standard
Finish: High impact white plastic
Buttons: Momentary action button marked talk,listen, and door
Size: 7” H x 6”W x 13/16”D
Mounting: Surface mounted to single or dual gang electrical box, or directly to the apartment wall
Electrical: 45 OHM speaker/mic 6 screw terminal connections

Model P12A
Type: Standard dual entrance
Finish: High impact white plastic
Buttons: 2 vertical slide switches,One marked
talk and listen, one marked entry 1 and entry 2
Size: 8”H x 5 ½”W x ½”D
Mounting: Flush mounted RH4 box
Dim: 7 1/2”H x 4 5/8”W x 2 1/16”D
PRL plaster ring
Dim: 7 1/8”H x 4 1/2”W
Electrical: 45 OHM speaker/mic 6 screw terminal connections
Dual System Components
A. One lobby panel per entrance..
B. One apartment station per unit…..
C. One amplifier…
D. One transformer..
E. One door release per door..

BI-DIRECTIONAL INTERCOM SYSTEM
Single System Description – The Pacific Bi-Directional Intercom System is designed for new construction up to 1000 apartments. The bi-directional system is recommended for senior citizen and handicapped housing because a single button on the apartment station operates the talk and listen functions simultaneously. Additional buttons can be added to the apartment stations and used to call remote building locations.( Consult factory)
System Operation – The Pacific Bi-Directional System allows for twoway conversation between an apartment and a building entrance. The visitor initiates a call using a push-button on the lobby panel. The tenant uses the talk button on the apartment station to communicate with the visitor. Pushing the door button allows the tenant to let the visitor into the building.
Wiring Requirements – Five common wires and one unique signal wire
System Components – ( 1 of the following items listed) lobby panel per entrance, apartment station per unit, amplifier, transformer, door release per door.

Model 2101 Apartment Station
Finish: High impact beige plastic
Buttons: Momentary action push-button marked talk
and door
Size: 7 ¾”H x 5”W x 1 ¼”D
Mounting: Flush mounted to two gang electrical box.
Surface mounted to apartment wall
Electrical: Seperate speaker and mic, each 45
OHM. Six 6” long p color coded wire leads

TELEPHONIC APARTMENT STATIONS
System Description – The Pacific Telephonic Intercom system is a high quality and cost effective system for any retrofit or new construction project up to 1,000 apartments. This system uses a telephone handset in each apartment to communicate with the building entrance. Because it is simple to use, we recommend this system for handicapped and senior citizen housing. In installations replacing old carbon microphone systems, the telephonic system can often use the same wiring and thus reduce installation time. In addition to the standard functions, additional buttons can be added to the handset to call remote building locations.
System Operation – The Pacific Telephonic system allows for two-way conversation between a building entrance and a telephone handset in the apartment. The visitor pushes the appropriate button on the lobby panel to call the tenant’s apartment. Picking up the handset establishes two-way communication between the tenant and visitor. The tenant uses the door button on the handset to allow the visitor to enter the building.
Wiring Requirements – Four common wires and on unique signal wire.
System Components – ( 1 per each of the following) lobby panel per entrance, telephone handset per apartment, power supply, door release per door

MODEL 3161 HANDSET
Type: Telephone handset
Finish: High impact white molded Plastic.
Buttons: One door release push-button.
Size: 8 ¾”H x 3 ¼”W x 2 7/8”D
Mounting: Flush mounted to single
Gang electrical box. Surface mounted to wall.
Electrical: Door opener activated by a push-button on the handset. Handset has built-in 15 VAC buzzer.

791 Apartment station is an alternate to 3161
handset

TOWNHOUSE SYSTEM
System Description – The Pacific Townhouse Communication System is designed for use in single family homes, condominiums,and offices. Up to five stations can be installed for room to door communication and optional door release.
System Operation – The Pacific Townhouse System allows for twoway conversation between the front door and from one to five indoor stations in a single family home or condominium. The visitor pushes the button on the ES101 entry station which
rings all the indorr stations. The home owner uses the talk and listen buttons alternately to control the conversation. If the TH 203 or P 43
stations are used, the resident can release the door lock. That option is not available with the TH202 or P42 stations.
Wiring Requirements – Five wires from the master station to each extension station
System Components
A. One ES 101 entry station
B. One master station, either model TH 202 without the door release or model TH 203 with the door release option.
C. One UM598TM
Options
D. Up to four indoor extension stations, either P42 without the door release option or model P43 with the door release option
E. One door release.

Model ES101 Entry Station
Type: Hands free loud speaking
Finish: High impact white plastic
Buttons: Single rectangular black push button
Size: 5”H x 5 ”W x 1”D
Mounting: Flush mounted to a single gang
electrical box or surface mounted to the outside of
the building
Electrical: Weather resistant mylar speaker.
Also available in stainless steel .
Model ES101 Dim 4 ½” x4 ½”
Mounts to 2 gang box.

Model TH202 / 203 Master Stations
Type:High impact ivory plastic
Buttons:
TH 202-two momentary action push buttons marked talk and listen
TH 203 – three momentary action push buttons marked talk, listen, and door.
Size: 5”H x 5 ”W x 1”D
Mounting: Flush mounted to a single gang electrical box
Electrical: Contains build-in amplifier. Provided with plug-in connector with (11) 12” pre skinned color coded wire leads.
45 OHM speaker/ mic.

Model P42/P43 Extension Stations
Finish :High impact ivory plastic
Buttons:
P42 two momentary action push buttons marked talk and listen.
P43 three momentary action push buttons marked talk, listen, and door.
Size: 5”H x 5 ”W x 1”D
Mounting: Flush mounted to a single gang electrical box .Surface mounted to wall.
Electrical: 45 OHM speaker/ mic. Five

HEARING HANDICAPPED INTERCOM SYSTEM
System Description – The Pacific Hearing Impaired System provides a visual indication in an apartment when a visitor calls from the builiding entrance. It is designed to alert hearing impaired people that a visitor is in the lobby. Two additional lights can be installed for a bedroom, den, or kitchen.
System Operation – A visitor initates a call to an apartment by pressing the corresponding button on the lobby panel. A light on the apartment station and /or dome lights will flash for 15 seconds, alerting the tenant that a visitor is in the lobby. The tenant uses the talk and listen buttons on the apartment station to communicate, and the door button ot allow the visitor into the building. After 15 seconds, the light turn off automatically whether or not the call is answered.
Wiring Requirements – consult factory
System Components
New System ( 1 each of the following items)
Lobby panel per entrance./ 331 HC apartment station per apartment /
PE 24 DC transformer per /3311 HC apartment station or one PS17 power supply for entire system
Amplifier / 16VAC transformer per amplifier / door release per entrance /optional additional dome lights
Existing System ( 1 each for the following items)
Dome/flasher per handicapped apt./ PE24DC transformer per dome -flasher unit
Optional additional dome lights / PE 24 DC Transformer
Function: Provides DC power for individual 3311 HC or FC3022 units
Type: Plug in transformer with 2 screw terminals too

3311 HC Apartment Station
Finish: High impact white plastic with tan vinyl
inlay.
Buttons: Momentary action button marked talk,
listen, and door
Size: 6 7/8 ” H x 6 1/8”W
Mounting:
Flush mounted to BB30 back box
6 1/8” H x 5 3/8” W x 2” D
Surface mounted to BB51 back box
7 1/2” H x 6 9/16” W x 1 1/2 “ D
Electrical: 45 OHM speaker/mic. Requires
AF1000 amplifier , incandescent red lamp 1/2”
diameter , 2 additional connections for DC power
supply.

FC3022 Dome/ Flasher
Type: Dual lamp dome light with flasher unit
Mounting: Flush mounts to standard 2 gang electrical box.
Function: Installed in existing and new
systems to provide visual signal in the apartment.
Components: Satin steel face plate.
Bayonette base lamps #1829 24V
Shatterproof white plastic wedge shaped lamp cover.
Flasher component: Printed circuit board converts signal from lobby panel to flash dome lights.


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