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Owner’s ManualHills Home Hub - “don’t build a home without it”

Page 2 of 37Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualNoticeStandards and regulations that govern the installation practices and requirements for thesetypes of products include but may not be limited to the following listing:For Australia & New Zealand installations: AS/NZS 3080: Telecommunications Installations - Integrated telecommunicationscabling systems for commercial premises AS/NZS 3000: Electrical Installations - Buildings, Structures and Premises (SAAWiring Rules) AS 3815: A guide to coaxial cabling in single and multiple premises AS/NZS 3086: Telecommunications Installations - Integrated telecommunicationscabling systems for small office/home office premises ANSI/TIA/EIA-570-A: Residential Telecommunications Cabling Standard rationofcommunications cabling systems AS2201: Intruder Alarm SystemsAdditional requirements for Australia: ACA TS 008: Requirement for Authorised Cabling Products ACA TS 009: Installation Requirements for Customer Cabling (Wiring Rules)Additional requirements for New Zealand: PTC 106:2005: Telecom Code of Practice for Residential type Generic CablingSystems (see www.telepermit.co.nz/Ptc106.pdf)All cabling must be installed to meet or exceed these standards. Penalties can apply forconnecting non-compliant or non-approved equipment to a telecommunications network.Please contact your installer if you have further enquiries regarding your specific HillsHome Hub and structured cabling installation. Service fees may apply.Telepermit Notice for New ZealandThe grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal equipment indicates only that Telecomhas accepted that the item complies with minimum conditions for connection to its network.It indicates no endorsement of the product by Telecom, nor does it provide any sort ofwarranty by Telecom.This cabling installation is NOT covered in New Zealand by Telecom’s wiringmaintenance service. In the event of service problems, the Disconnect Test Point shouldbe used to determine whether or not the problem is due to the Telecom network (see page28). If the fault appears to be in the cabling and equipment within the premises, contact theinstaller on page 36 for assistance. Only contact Telecom if the fault appears to benetwork-related. See page 26 for Troubleshooting information.Notice

Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualPage 3 of 37Safety Warnings Wiring work for telecommunications requires relevant knowledge and experience.Telephone line voltage can rise above 48VDC in certain circumstances. Do NOTwork on your telephone wiring without the appropriate training and licensing asrequired by your State/Territory/Country.A qualified electrician should only carry out work on power supplies and outlets.Work by unqualified users may cause electric shock, fire, injury or death.Do NOT work on the Hills Home Hub, it’s contents, or wiring in the event of anelectrical storm or lightning.Do NOT clean the contents of the Hills Home Hub with any liquid or wet cloth.Water penetration into the unit may cause short-circuit, electric shock and fire.Do NOT handle any equipment with wet hands as it may cause electric shock.No user serviceable parts, in the event of product failure, please contact yourinstaller for assistance. Do NOT attempt repairs.Do NOT attempt to modify any of the components or wiring inside your Hills HomeHub except as instructed in this manual.If any power cables are broken or exposed, switch off power and replace.In case of smoke or burning smell from equipment (e.g. damaged by lightning)immediately discontinue use and contact your installer.Dropping or exposing products to shock may cause damage and malfunction.Only use approved cable, tools and components in your Hills Home Hub.Do NOT install your Hills Home Hub near wet or damp areas (e.g. laundry, kitchen,bathroom, outside, near and air conditioner or heater).When removing a cable from a socket, do NOT pull using the lead, hold the plugbody firmly using dry hands then pull straight out.TrademarkHills Home Hub is a registered trademark of Hills Industries Ltd.Copyright 2006 Copyright Hills Industries Ltd. All rights reserved.DisclaimerHills Industries Ltd reserves the right to change specifications or designs described in thismanual without notice and without obligation. It is provided for general information only.For assistance on your specific installation please contact your installer.Every effort has been made to ensure that this manual documents the operation of theHills Home Hub. However, due to the on-going improvement and update of products, HillsIndustries Ltd cannot guarantee the accuracy of printed material after the date ofpublication, nor can Hills Industries Ltd accept responsibility for errors or omissions.Revised manuals and update sheets will be published as deemed necessary.Safety Warnings

Page 4 of 37Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualContentsNotice .2Telepermit Notice for New Zealand .2Safety Warnings .3Trademark.3Copyright.3Disclaimer .3Contents.4Preface.5Hills Home Hub .6Product Overview .6Important Note .7Security System Warning .8Wall Plate Outlets.9Wall Plates .11Hills Home Hub Connections .12Connecting Phone & Data.13Description of Services.13Technical Terms.14Modules.16Connecting a Telephone/Fax Machine/Dial-up Modem .20Patching Phone and Data Outlets .21Connecting ADSL.24Troubleshooting .26General .27Telephone and Data.28Appendix .29Site Installation Log – Sample.30Structured Cabling Outlets – Details – Sample .31Structured Cabling Outlets – Summary – Sample .32Site Installation Log .33Structured Cabling Outlets – Details .34Structured Cabling Outlets – Summary .35Warranty Statements.36Contents

Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualPage 5 of 37PrefaceWelcome to your new home and thank you for choosing the Hills Home Hub. Yourselected features will ensure that your home can be flexibly adapted to your changinglifestyle.You are a part of the new generation of householders that are planning for today’s andfuture needs for home technology and services in your home.Contained in this booklet are the services you have selected and explanations on how youcan maximise the benefits of your choices.Hills is an Australian company that has been servicing the needs of home owners for over55 years.Below are some of our other products that you may consider for your household needs forboth now and in the future.Again welcome to your new Hills enabled home.UHills Home Hub - Preface

Page 6 of 37Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualHills Home HubThis section includes an overview of your new Hills HomeHub and structured cabling and some of the connections itfeatures.Product OverviewThe Hills Home Hub is a service connection facility and is home to the devices thatenable the delivery and distribution of various signals throughout your home via structuredcabling.It is important that you plan in which rooms you would like to access TV, video, audio,phone and the Internet. In order to access or share these signals, cables, modules andwall plate outlets containing various sockets need to be installed.The (optional) Hills Security System may also be located in the Hills Home Hub along withall your structured cabling modules.400 Series HubUHills Home Hub - Product Overview600 Series Hub1000 Series Hub

Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualPage 7 of 37Important NoteNot all services mentioned in this manual may be available in your home(or all rooms) unless they were requested at the time of installation.For various services to function as described by this manual (and otherliterature), certain modules, wall plates, sockets and cabling need toalready be installed.Provided that sufficient additional (spare) cabling was installed at thetime of construction of your house, you may be able to add additionalmodules for additional features or capacity.Spare cabling is usually only installed at the specific request of theowner/builder. If requested before the completion of the property, it isusually available at minimal additional cost due to significantly quickerinstallation.Please contact your installer/builder for more information.UHills Home Hub - Important Note

Page 8 of 37Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualSecurity System WarningNote that there are some parts of the Hills Home Hub you should not touch includingyour security system wiring. The intelligent Hills Security System can detect tamperingattempts to its security wiring and may notify your monitoring company of this if you have amonitored security system. This may incur call out fees for a patrol guard to visit yourpremises to check that everything is OK. Further fees may apply to rectify anyproblems.If you have a “back to base monitoring” service (which usually incurs monthly fees), pleasemake sure to notify your monitoring company of the time and duration that you are goingto open the Hills Home Hub enclosure. Check with them if it will be OK to open the lid ofyour Hills Home Hub and ensure you have a valid PIN to disarm the security systemshould the alarm go off.When you are working on equipment contained inside your Hills Home Hub, take care notto touch or disconnect any of the security wiring. It also uses power, so make sure to turnthe power back on if you have turned it off.Once you have finished working on the Hills Home Hub, firmly close and lock the lid. Thenlet your monitoring company know you have finished. Failure to do these may also triggera false alarm or disable tamper monitoring on your enclosure!Some sample locations of the Hills Security System in your enclosure:400 Series HubUHills Home Hub - Security System Warning600 Series Hub1000 Series Hub

Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualPage 9 of 37Wall Plate OutletsHere is a description of what each type of socket is used for. The section titled “WallPlates” shows some sample wall plates with a combination of these sockets used fordifferent purposes.SocketCable NeededPossible ServicesRJ-45 Socket Data (computers, internet,printers, photocopiers) Telephone (thinner cable,RJ-11 or RJ12 plug on the end)PAL Socket TV (antenna, remote viewing ofDVDs and other homeentertainment devices)F-Type Socket TV (antenna, remote viewing ofDVD, VCR, Set Top Box etc) Modulator (distribute signal fromhome entertainment devices)3.5mm Socket InfraRed (control devices fromother rooms) Music Distribution (used as amusic source input)Speaker Post Socket 5.1 Home Theatre Speakers(connect speaker wire to bananaplugs and insert into socket,other end to music source)RCA Socket Audio (usually red and whiteconnectors) Video (usually yellow, or RedGreen Blue connectors)UHills Home Hub - Wall Plate Outlets

Page 10 of 37Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualOne Socket, One ServiceSockets are multi-purpose, but depending on how your system is configured, each wallplate outlet only provides one type of service. For example an “RJ-45 socket” may beconfigured for connecting a Phone or a Computer but not both simultaneously.The exception is with IR targets that use coaxial cable (thick cable withF-type connectors on the end) to distribute both TV signals and IRsignals using a single wall plate outlet. Only used when retrofitting an IRdistribution system without additional cabling.Input or OutputFurther, each socket may be an input or output. For example a “3.5mm socket” may beused as an input to connect your CD player to the Hills Home Music system to redistributemusic throughout your house. Alternatively a 3.5mm socket may be configured to be aninput or output (but not both) for the Hills Home IR Distribution system.LabellingBecause one single socket could be used for different services and could also be an inputor output, it is essential to have all outlets properly labelled to avoid confusion. Labels areprovided with the Hills Home Hub (see below) and ideally the installer has applied them oralternatively has provided you with a floor plan describing the functions of each inlet/outlet.Contact your installer for assistance if you have difficulty identifying the correct outlets touse (i.e. if your wall plates are not labelled and you have not been supplied with any floorplans or documentation).Some of the labels included in the Hills Home HubUHills Home Hub - Wall Plate Outlets

Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualPage 11 of 37Wall PlatesYour home will have a variety of wall plates with different outlets on them, see the sectiontitles “Wall Plate Outlets” for a description of each.Wall plates come in a variety of different designs, colours, and number of outlets.Here are some samples:Phone 1Pay 1TV 1Pay 2Data 1Data 2Designed for connectinga Pay TV Set Top Box or DigitalVideo Recorder, Free to Air TV,and a Computer Phone 2Designed for connecting a Phoneand Personal ComputerIR Out 1IR Out 2Pay 3R In 1Phone 3IR Out 3Pay 4G In 1Data 3IR Out 4TV 1B In 1Two wall plates combined to provide remote InfraRed control of up to 8 devices,a Data Outlet (e.g. Personal Computer, Gaming Console, Media Receiver),Pay TV, Free to Air TV, and RGB inputs (e.g. from a DVD player orAV Receiver to a projector)UHills Home Hub - Wall Plates

Page 12 of 37Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualHills Home Hub ConnectionsEasy ConnectionsWith most services you simply plug-in your equipment into the correct wall plate outlet andeverything should be ready for you to enjoy. This is the simplicity and convenience thatyour new Hills Home with structured cabling offers.These services include: Telephone Data (computers, internet, home network, printers, etc) InfraRed remote control TV (Free-to-Air, Pay TV, DVD, etc) Multi-room Music Distribution Home Theatre Connections (e.g. projectors) 5.1 Surround Sound Home TheatreThis Owner’s Manual will guide you through some examples on how to connect to theseservices provided you have the required cabling, modules, and wall plates alreadyinstalled.It does not cover how to operate 3rd party equipment or how to use these services.Some services will require initial configuration to make them work the way you want. Forexample, setting up your internet account or tuning your TV into certain channels. Alwaysrefer to the relevant manuals on how to configure your equipment (e.g. computers,modems, TV, STB, DVD player, AV receiver, stereo system, modulator, etc)Flexible ConnectionsThe Hills Home Hub and structured cabling has been designed to allow you the flexibilityto easily configure different features of your structured cabling system to suit yourchanging lifestyle.Some of the services that allow you to easily adjust the wiring for are: Phone DataBefore making any changes, write down what your current wiring looks like (what cablesare connected to where). Then read through the instructions completely and plan what youare going to change, making ensure you have the required equipment (e.g. cables).Assistance and Spare PartsPlease contact your installer if you have any questions regarding your installation, requireadditional parts, or wish to expand your installation. Service fees may apply.For general information you may visit: www.hillshomehub.comUHills Home Hub - Hills Home Hub Connections

Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualPage 13 of 37Connecting Phone & DataThis section is relevant to any telephone modules you may havepurchased and goes through some examples on how to connect toyour service.Description of ServicesTelephoneWhen installed with the Hills HTM-408S or HTM-408SRJ telephone modules, the HillsHome Hub becomes the heart of your telecommunications needs for both now and thefuture. Each module allows up to 4 incoming telephone lines to be connected to your homeand directed to up to 8 room service locations.Supporting the distribution of voice, fax, modem and other digital telephone services suchas ISDN or DSL. It also connects (optionally) to the Hills Home Security System controller,giving priority to the security system over all other services in the event of an unauthorisedentry or tampering of the Hills Home Security System. Phone services are delivered to thespecified locations in your home through the use of specially configured Hills wall plates.DataCompanies have long enjoyed the benefits of sharing resources and improvingcommunications by networking computers and peripherals together. The Hills HDM-808Data / Patch Panel prepares your home for this technology by providing data connectionsto specially configured Hills wall plates around your home via the Hills Home Wiringnetwork and the Hills Home Hub.At this point your home has now been pre-wired for data communications to utilise thedata outlets in your home. If you have requested structured cabling for data, then aHES-108 Hills Ethernet Hub will be installed in your Hills Home Hub. It is capable ofconnecting up to eight pre-wired service outlet locations as a Local Area Network and youare now ready to take advantage of networked high speed internet and resource sharingthroughout your home.Remember to consult your installer about connecting your computers to the Hills HomeData network, as your computers will need to be configured to maximise the benefits.Contact your telecommunications provider and Internet Servicetelecommunications services and Internet access (fees will apply).ProviderforConnecting Phone & Data - Description of Services

Page 14 of 37Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualTechnical TermsRJ-45, RJ-11, and RJ-12 SocketsThese refer to the different types of sockets and plugs used for connecting equipment liketelephones and computers. These sockets (rectangular holes with gold pins in them) arealso referred to as “keystone jacks”.On the left is an RJ-45socket and a cable with anRJ-45 plug on the end thatwill allow it to fit into nt like PCs andmodems to a network.On the right is an RJ-11socket (also called RJ-12)and a telephone cable withan RJ-11 plug on the endthat will allow it to fit intothe socket.Commonlyusedforconnecting telephones andfaxes.Image is for representation only, actual sockets/cable may look different.The Hills Home Hub uses RJ-45 sockets throughout the house. Although notrecommended, cables with RJ-11 or RJ-12 connectors on the end will fit into a RJ-45socket and operate correctly. Ideally a reducer should be inserted into a RJ-45 socket tochange it into a RJ-11/12 socket. RJ-11/12 is not used in New Zealand.Patch CablesA patch cable in the Hills Home Hub is a short cable( 10-100cm in length) with RJ-45 connectors on eachend. They come in a variety of colours and this doesnot affect their performance in any way.There are two types of patch cables available – “straight-through” and “cross-over”. Allequipment in the Hills Home Hub uses the more common “straight-through” patch cable.Inside the Hills Home Hub they are used to connect an ADSL/Cable modem to theEthernet Hub; and to connect Telephone Modules and Ethernet Hubs to Data PatchPanels. This effectively connects phone lines and data outlets to rooms.In rooms, patch cables are used to connect data devices (e.g. computers, printers,ethernet switches, wireless routers, gaming consoles, etc) to wall plate outlets and eachother. This allows you to easily create a home network (i.e. LAN – Local Area Network) toshare equipment and connect to the Internet without messy cabling between rooms.Connecting Phone & Data - Technical Terms

Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualPage 15 of 37REN and RN – Ringer Equivalence NumberWhen connecting telephone and faxes you need to be careful of something called “REN”or “Ringer Equivalence Number”. In Australia it has a value of 3. In New Zealand it isabbreviated to “RN” and has a value of 5.This basically is the maximum number of phones, faxes, ADSL filters, dialup modems ortelecommunications equipment that you can connect in your home. Your equipmentshould have the REN (or RN) printed on the bottom of it or in the user manual it came with.Most telephones have a REN of 1. This means that at any one time you cannot connectmore than 3 telephones in your home (if each is rated at REN 1) even if, for example, youhave 16 telephone sockets. Just add up the RENs of all the equipment you want toconnect and make sure it is no more than 3 in Australia, and no more than 5 in NewZealand.REN and RN apply to each telephone line.If you exceed this number then some equipment may not work. For example, thephone might not ring!If you connect too many devices just unplug some devices until you have a total REN of 3or less (5 for New Zealand).If you require more phones simultaneously connected, try adding cordless phones orconsider purchasing a Hills PABX for a Small Office/Home Office (SOHO), which supportsup to 16 simultaneous phones.This limit does not apply with data-only equipment (e.g computers, routers) which areconnected on the customer’s side of an approved modem.Connecting Phone & Data - Technical Terms

Page 16 of 37Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualModulesNote: Images are representative only. We are continually improving our products so theactual product you purchase may look different to those pictured here.HTM-408S Telephone ModuleThese are used for connecting phone lines directly to room outlets (no patching facilities).Do not touch any components other than , , , and .Incoming Telephone LinesOne cable supports up to 4 linesExpansion ConnectorUsed to connect to another telephonemoduleMode 3 SocketAn RJ-45 socket for connecting to theHills Security SystemSnap rivetsUsed to secure the module to theHills Home Hub enclosureMode 3 SwitchIf nothing connected to leave OFFIf something connected to leave ONAttachment LegsUsed to secure the module to theHills Home Hub enclosureLine Disconnect SwitchesOne switch for each incoming telephoneline. Switch to ON position for normaloperation. For testing, switch to OFFposition to disconnect all internalequipment connected to .Telephone Room ConnectorsUsed to connect telephone lines directlyto up to 8 wall plate outletsLine Test PointsOne RJ-45 socket for each incomingtelephone line. For testing, switchOFF, connect a telephone to therelevant socket and try dialing out andreceiving calls.Connecting Phone & Data - Modules

Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualPage 17 of 37HTM-408SRJ Telephone ModuleThese are used for connecting phone lines to room outlets via a HDM-808 Data / PatchPanel. Do not touch any components other than , , , , and .,, or) to aNever connect a telephone socket (labelled below asdata socket on data equipment (e.g.on a HES-108 Ethernet hub).This can potentially damage telephone and data equipment and can be illegal!Incoming Telephone LinesOne cable supports up to 4 linesExpansion ConnectorUsed to connect to another telephonemoduleMode 3 SocketAn RJ-45 socket for connecting to theHills Security SystemSnap rivetsUsed to secure the module to theHills Home Hub enclosureMode 3 SwitchIf nothing connected to leave OFFIf something connected to leave ONAttachment LegsUsed to secure the module to theHills Home Hub enclosureLine Disconnect SwitchesOne switch for each incoming telephoneline. Switch to ON position for normaloperation. For testing, switch to OFFposition to disconnect all internalequipment connected to .Telephone Room ConnectorsUsed to connect telephone lines to 8locations using Patch Cables to theHDM-808 ModuleLine Test PointsOne RJ-45 socket for each incomingtelephone line. For testing, switchOFF, connect a telephone to therelevant socket and try dialing out andreceiving calls.Connecting Phone & Data - Modules

Page 18 of 37Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualHDM-808 Data / Patch PanelThese are used to connect both phone lines and data equipment (e.g. computer, modemor printer) to room outlets. It is designed to be used with a HTM-408SRJ TelephoneModule and a HES-108 Ethernet Hub. Do not touch any components other than .Attachment LegsUsed to secure the module to theHills Home Hub enclosureSnap rivetsUsed to secure the module to theHills Home Hub enclosureTelephone / Data Room ConnectorsUsed to connect telephone lines or dataequipment to up to 8 wall plate outletsTelephone / Data Patch ConnectorsUsed to connect to sockets on theHTM-408SRJ Telephone Module orHES-108 Ethernet HubConnecting Phone & Data - Modules

Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualPage 19 of 37HES-108 Ethernet HubThese are used for connecting data equipment (e.g. computer, modem or printer) to roomoutlets via a HDM-808 Data / Patch Panel.Never connect outlets from a telephone module (labelled , , oron theHTM-408S or HTM-408SRJ) to an Ethernet Hub’s outlets ( ).This can potentially damage telephone and data equipment and can be illegal!Attachment LegsUsed to secure the module to theHills Home Hub enclosureMounting PlateUsed to secure the Ethernet Hub to theHills Home Hub enclosureActivity LightsLED lights blink to let you know whatoutlets are connected and transmittingRoom ConnectorsUsed to connect telephone lines to 8locations using Patch Cables to theHDM-808 ModuleSnap rivetsUsed to secure the module to theHills Home Hub enclosureConnecting Phone & Data - Modules

Page 20 of 37Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualConnecting a Telephone/Fax Machine/Dial-up ModemConnecting a phone, fax machine, or dial-up modem in your home with a Hills Home Huband structured cabling is very simple.Just locate an RJ-45 socket labelled “Phone”:Phone 3RJ-45 Socket forPhone/FaxAnd plug in your phone, fax machine, or dial-up modem. It’s that easy!If your wall plates are not labelled try looking for the floor plan to identify which socket isfor phone.If you can’t locate a floor plan then you can try plugging your phone into a RJ45 socketand testing whether it works by dialling out. If not, try another socket.NoteJust make sure you do not connect more equipment than your home supports. Otherwiseyour equipment may stop working. This is determined by your REN. Read the TechnicalTerms section titled “REN and RN – Ringer Equivalence Number” for more information.Connecting Phone & Data - Connecting a Telephone/Fax Machine/Dial-up Modem

Hills Home Hub Owner’s ManualPage 21 of 37Patching Phone and Data OutletsYou may have a single RJ-45 socket on a wall plate that is set up for Phone, and you wantto connect a computer instead (or vice-versa and change a Data socket into a Phonesocket).The Hills Home Hub allows you to easily change phone and data sockets:Phone 3Data 2RequirementsYour home must be set up for patching services, which requires the following in your HillsHome Hub enclosure: HES-108 Ethernet Hub HDM-808 Data / Patch Panel HTM-408SRJ Telephone Module (if only a HTM-408S is present you will not beable to patch phone services, contact your

Page 6 of 37 Hills Home Hub Owner's Manual Hills Home Hub This section includes an overview of your new Hills Home Hub and structured cabling and some of the connections it features. Product Overview The Hills Home Hub is a service connection facility and is home to the devices that

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