AX Install & Operation Manual

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SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
System Configurations
Capacity
External integration example, Door station
Master station, Central exchange unit
2 PACKAGE CONTENTS
Package contents (Mullion door station), (Vandal-resistant door station)
Package contents (Master station), (16 call add-on selector), (Central exchange unit)
3 INSTALLATION
Installation location (Master station), (Door station), Visible range
Cable, Wiring distance
4 MOUNTING
Mounting (Mullion door station)
Mounting (Vandal-resistant door station)
Door station installation dimensions
Mounting (Master station)
Mounting (Central exchange unit)
5 WIRING
6 NAMES
Names (Door station)
Names (Master station)
Names (Central exchange unit)
7 SETTING UP
Setup tool
Starting the setup
Central exchange unit setting, Master station setup input
Door station setting
Time out setting
CO Transfer (For North America only), Communication Method, Edit menu
Uploading settings and save
Print setup
System monitor
Log
Help, Exiting the setup tool
8 OPERATIONS
Calling a master station from door station and communicating
Calling a master station from a master station and communicating, Privacy (PRIV)function
CO line call from door station and communicating (For North America only), All call (normal) (master station paging)
All call (priority) (master station paging), Monitor
Scan monitor, Activating door release, Priority
List of function button operations for each own master station mode
New called event
9 TECHNICAL PRECAUTIONS
10 SPECIFICATIONS
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System Configurations
[1] Door station
[2] Master station
• A maximum of seven 16-call add-on selectors (AX-16SW) can
be connected.
[3] Central Exchange Unit
• A maximum of three Add-on exchange units (AX-320C) can be
connected.
[4] PC
[5] Other external connections
• Access control system
• CCTV system
• CO line adaptor
• Video output
[6] Power supply x2
Capacity
• Door station:
Maximum 120 stations
(When AX-248C x1, AX-320C x3 used)
• Master station:
Maximum 4 stations
(when AX-084C used)
Maximum 8 stations
(when AX-248C used)
• Power supply:
PS-2420UL (DC 24 V, 2 A)
PS-2420S (DC 24 V, 2 A)
PS-2420DIN (DC 24 V, 2 A)
For audio x1, for video x1
• Number of talk paths: 2
• Number of video paths: 2
• All call:
1
• Video monitor:
2 (same as talk paths and video paths)
• Scan monitor:
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3/8"
16 mm
5/8"
77 mm
3"
263 mm
10-3/8"
(BOX)
16 mm
5/8"
26 mm
1"
10 mm
3/8"
60.5 mm
2-3/8"
82.5 mm
3-1/4"
167 mm
6-9/16"
214 mm
8-7/16"
(BOX)
194 mm
7-5/8"
246 mm
9-11/16"
195 mm
7-11/16"
106.5 mm
4-3/16"
10 mm
3/8"
47.5 mm
1-7/8"
14 mm
9/16"
16 mm
5/8"
26 mm
1"
24 mm
15/16"
[1]
16 mm
5/8"
[2]
fl16 mm
5/8"
10 mm
3/8"
[1]
47.5 mm
1-7/8"
26 mm
1"
AX-DV-P
243 mm
9-9/16"
1.3 mm 8.5 mm
1/16" 5/16"
106.5 mm
4-3/16"
24 mm
15/16"
14 mm
9/16"
[2]
295 mm
11-5/8"
245 mm
9-5/8"
82.5 mm
3-1/4"
14 mm
9/16"
AX-DV
26 mm
1"
87.5 mm
3-7/16"
221.5 mm
8-3/4"
8.5mm
1.3 mm 5/16"
1/16"
27.5 mm
1-1/16"
9.5 mm
3/8"
4-3
100 mm
3-15/16"
AX-DVF
146 mm
5-3/4"
77 mm
3"
104 mm
4-1/8"
[1]
16 mm
5/8"
100 mm
3-15/16"
5 mm
3/16"
16 mm
5/8"
114 mm
4-1/2"
(BOX)
114 mm
4-1/2"
(BOX)
16 mm
5/8"
AX-DVF-P
146 mm
5-3/4"
104 mm
4-1/8"
5 mm
3/16"
[1]
[2]
16 mm
5/8"
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Door station installation dimensions
[1] Center position of camera
[2] Wiring holes Ø 16 mm 5/8"
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Names (Door station)
[1] CALL button
[2] Speaker
[3] Microphone
[4] Camera
[5] Directory card
[6] Proximity card reader
[7] White LED
NAMES
AX-DV
AX-DVF
[4]
[4]
[7]
[7]
[3]
[3]
[5]
[5]
[2]
[2]
[1]
[1]
AX-DV-P
AX-DVF-P
[4]
[4]
[7]
[7]
[3]
[3]
[5]
[5]
[2]
[2]
[1]
[1]
[6]
[6]
AX-DM
[2]
[1]
[3]
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Names (Central exchange unit)
[1] POWER switch
[2] Door station port
[3] Master station port
[4] Add-on exchange unit port
[5] CO line port
[6] Setting/log port
[7] Video output port
[8] Video output trigger port
[9] Door release relay port (L1 corresponds to door station D1,
L2 to door station D2, etc.)
[10] Power supply port
[11] Add-on unit ID setting switch
1st unit: 2
2nd unit: 3
3rd unit: 4
[12] Power/Communications error display LED
Status
Power/Communications error display LED
Off
Power OFF
Lit
Power ON
Flashing
Error in device or wiring
Contact the system manager.
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[1]
[2]
[3]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[4]
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Door station setting
∗ There are three methods for setting door stations: individual
input, line copy-and-paste input, and column batch input.
1. Individual input
[1] Central exchange unit number (cannot be input)
• Displays the number of the central exchange unit to which the
corresponding door station is connected. This cell cannot be
input.
[2] Number (cannot be input)
• Displays the door station number displayed on the master
station's LED display. This cell cannot be input.
[3] Location Name
• This name is for display on the PC monitor only, and therefore is
optional. To input or edit location name, click the cell section
with the mouse. To finish editing, press Enter key or click
another cell.
[4] Door station type
• Select "None", "Video", or "Audio" as the setting for the
corresponding door station. If you click the cell section with the
mouse, a drop-down list is displayed. Click the appropriate
setting to select it. To finish editing, press Enter key or click
another cell.
[5] Call Level
• Select "Normal" or "Priority" as the call level for the
corresponding door station.
[6] Door Release Relay
• select "N.O." or "N.C." as the door release contact type for the
corresponding door station location.
[7] Scan Monitor
• Select "Enable" or "Disable" as the scan monitor target setting
for the corresponding door station.
[8] Master Station Call Tone
• Set "On" or "Off" for whether or not the master station rings
when there is a call from the corresponding door station. This
can be set whether or not there is a master station connected on
the corresponding channel.
[9] Door station list scroll bar
2. Line copy-and-paste input
When you right click the mouse in a valid cell, the door station
edit menu is displayed.
• "Restore Default(D)" returns all of the door station settings to
their default values.
• "Copy Line(C)" and "Paste Line(P)" allow you to copy and paste
door station settings one line at a time. However, a copied line
cannot be pasted into another AX setup tool application. In the
same way, data copied with another application cannot be pasted
into this one.
• "Master Station 1 to 8" allows the call tone setting to be selected
on all the master stations at once.
3. Column global selection
• When you right click the mouse on the top title section of a
column,the column input menu is displayed.
• To make a global setting in that column, click the appropriate
selection, and all stations will be changed to that setting.
4. Relationship with control unit settings
The door station settings can only be edited if the
corresponding exchange unit setting is already selected
(Exchange Unit/Master Station tab). Otherwise, door station
settings will be "grayed out".
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Time out setting
1. "Call from Door St. (Normal)" time setting
[1] The time setting is "10-600 Seconds" or "Infinite". To change
the calling time, click "(10-600 Seconds)".
[2] If you click the box displaying the number of seconds for calls,
you can edit it and the spin button is displayed.
[3] Pressing the top spin button increases the setting time, and
pressing the bottom spin button decreases the setting time. It is
not possible to change to a number that exceeds the upper or
lower time limit.
[4] If you click the seconds box, you can directly input the
number of seconds.
[5] Finalize the input by pressing the Enter key or clicking some
other number of seconds.
[6] To make the calling time unlimited, click "Infinite".
2. "Call from Door St. (Priority)" time setting
• The operation method is the same as for "Call from Door St.
(Normal)".
3. "Master Station All Call (Normal)" time setting
4. "Master Station All Call (Priority)" time setting
5. "CO Transfer" time setting
• If the door station calling time is shorter than the outside line
calling time, the door station calling time is set.
6. "Communication" time setting
7. "CO communication" time setting
8. "Door Release Relay" time setting
9. "Door Station Monitor" time setting
10. "Door Station Scan Monitor" interval time setting
∗ In all these cases, the operation method for changing the
number of seconds is the same as for "Call from Door St.
(Normal)".
NOTES: 1. Communication includes both master-to-door station
and master-to-master communication time.
2. If you set the door release timer to "0", the door is
released while the door release button on the master
station is held down (momentary).
3. The scan monitor operates continuously until
interrupted by a call.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
Call (normal)
Call (priority)
All call (normal)
All call (priority)
CO Transfer
Communication
CO communication
Door release
Monitor
Scan monitor
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Minimum
(sec.)
10
10
10
10
10
30
30
0
10
5
Maximum
(sec.)
(600) Unlimited
(600) Unlimited
600
600
300
600
600
60
600
60
Default
(sec.)
30
300
60
60
60
60
120
10
60
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[1]
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[4]
[5]
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b
c
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Exiting the setup tool
When you select "Exit (X)" from "File (F)", the setup tool closes.
Help
The version information dialog is displayed.
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List of function button operations for each own master station mode
• Each operation is carried out when the audio channel is empty.
• Even when a sub-station call only uses the video channel, the audio channel is also treated as filled. (The audio and video channels form
a pair.)
Current status
(own master station)
Master station all call (priority)
Making call
Master station all call (priority)
Receiving call
Master station all call (priority)
Selecting
Sub-station master station
communication underway
Sub-station call (priority)
being called
Sub-station call (normal)
being called
Master master
communication underway
Master station all call (normal)
Making call
Master station all call (normal)
Receiving call
Master station all call (normal)
Selecting
Monitoring
New event (button operation on that master station)
Operation button
TALK
ALL CALL
Lock
Scan Monitor
CO Transfer
Privacy
Hold down for one second Disabled
Disabled
Outside line setting On/Off All call end
Microphone mute
for PTT communication
Scan monitor
(while held down)
All call end
Disabled
Outside line setting On/Off End of communication Disabled
Disabled
Master-master communic
Scan monitor
All call start
Priority Disabled
Privacy setting On/Off Outside line setting On/Off Scan monitor
Normal all call select
Outside line setting On/Off End of communication Door release Hold down for one second End of communication
Microphone mute
for PTT communication All call normal select
Scan monitor
(while held down)
Communication
All call normal select
Disabled
Privacy setting On/Off Outside line setting On/Off Scan monitor
OFF
Communication end,
standby
Communication end,
standby
Selection end,
standby
Communication end,
standby
Calling tone pause
Privacy setting On/Off Outside line setting On/Off Scan monitor
Disabled
Communication
All call normal select Calling tone pause
Outside line setting On/Off End of communication
Scan monitor
Outside line setting On/Off All call end
Scan monitor
Outside line setting On/Off End of communication
Scan monitor
Privacy setting On/Off Outside line setting On/Off Scan monitor
Disabled
Hold down for one second
for PTT communication
Hold down for one second
for PTT communication
All call end
Master-master communic
All call start
Privacy setting On/Off Outside line setting On/Off Scan monitor
Door release Communication
Scan monitoring
Privacy setting On/Off Outside line setting On/Off Monitor
Disabled
Communication
Standby
Privacy setting On/Off Outside line setting On/Off Scan monitor
Disabled
Disabled
End of communication Communication end,
All call normal select standby
Disabled
Communication end,
standby
Disabled
Communication end,
standby
Normal End,
Priority all call select standby
Monitor end
Communication end,
All call normal select standby
Scan monitor end
Communication end,
All call normal select standby
All call normal select Disabled
Microphone mute
(while held down)
Microphone mute
(while held down)
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
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New called event
Current status (own master station)
Master station all call (priority)
Making call
Master station all call (priority)
Receiving call
Master station all call (priority)
Selecting
Sub-station master station
communication underway
Sub-station call (priority)
being called
Sub-station call (normal)
being called
Master master
communication underway
Master station all call (normal)
Making call
Master station all call (normal)
Receiving call
Master station all call (normal)
Selecting
Monitoring
Scan monitoring
Standby
All call (priority)
Select end
All call incoming
End of communication
All call incoming
All call incoming
(Sub-station incoming call hold)
All call incoming
(Sub-station incoming call hold)
End of communication
All call incoming
All call end
All call incoming
All call end
All call incoming
Select end
All call incoming
Monitor end
All call incoming
Scan monitor end
All call incoming
All call incoming
New event (called operation on that master station)
Receive call
All call (normal)
Sub-station call (priority)
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
Select end
Select end
All call incoming
Sub-station called (priority)
Not possible
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
All call incoming
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call hold)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
All call incoming
Sub-station called (priority)
(Sub-station incoming call hold)
(Sub-station incoming call hold)
Not possible
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
Select end
Select end
All call incoming
Sub-station called (priority)
Monitor end
Monitor end
All call incoming
Sub-station called (priority)
Scan monitor end
Scan monitor end
All call incoming
Sub-station called (priority)
All call incoming
Sub-station called (priority)
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Sub-station call (normal)
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
Select end
Sub-station called (normal)
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
(Current status continued)
(Sub-station incoming call reception)
Select end
Sub-station called (normal)
Monitor end
Sub-station called (normal)
Scan monitor end
Sub-station called (normal)
Sub-station called (normal)
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TECHNICAL PRECAUTIONS
Technical precautions
• Operating temperature:
Door station: -10 ~ 60 °C (14 ~ 140 °F)
Master station: 0 ~ 40 °C (32 ~ 104 °F)
Central exchange unit: 0 ~ 40 °C (32 ~ 104 °F)
• Cleaning: Clean the units with a soft cloth dampened with a
neutral household cleanser. Do not use an abrasive
cleaner or cloth.
• Camera switching:
Since the individual camera sync signal is a nonsynchronized signal, the image synchronization may
be disrupted. Also, the time until synchronization is
re-established depends on the display device used.
SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
• Power supply:
DC 24 V, 2 A
(Two Power supply required per video system)
• Current consumption:
AX-084C: Video (Max.) 650 mA, Audio (Max.) 700 mA
AX-248C: Video (Max.) 1150 mA, Audio (Max.) 1250 mA
AX-320C: Video (Max.) 280 mA, Audio (Max.) 180 mA
• Communication:
<Auto> VOX
<Manual> Press-to-talk, Release-to-listen.
• Camera:
CCD 250,000 pixels
• Video monitor:
3-1/2" direct view TFT color LCD
• Scanning lines:
525 lines.
• Door release contact: 24 V AC/DC, 0.5 A
• Dimensions:
AX-DM: 43(W) x 160(H) x 22.5(D) mm
1-11/16"W x 6-5/16"H x 7/8"D
AX-DV:
100(W) x 195(H) x 25(D) mm
3-15/16"W x 7-11/16"H x 1"D
AX-DVF: 146(W) x 246(H) x 47(D) mm
5-3/4"W x 9-11/16"H x 1-7/8"D
AX-DV-P: 100(W) x 245(H) x 25(D) mm
3-15/16"W x 9-5/8"H x 1"D
AX-DVF-P: 146(W) x 295(H) x 47(D) mm
5-3/4"W x 11-5/8"H x 1-7/8"D
AX-8M:
194(W) x 175(H) x 48(D) mm
7-5/8"W x 6-7/8"H x 1-7/8"D
AX-8MV: 194(W) x 175(H) x 48(D) mm
7-5/8"W x 6-7/8"H x 1-7/8"D
AX-16SW: 86(W) x 175(H) x 48(D) mm
3-3/8"W x 6-7/8"H x 1-7/8"D
AX-084C: 480(W) x 88(H) x 335(D) mm
1'6-7/8"W x 3-7/16"H x 1'1-3/16"D
AX-248C: 480(W) x 88(H) x 335(D) mm
1'6-7/8"W x 3-7/16"H x 1'1-3/16"D
AX-320C: 480(W) x 88(H) x 335(D) mm
1'6-7/8"W x 3-7/16"H x 1'1-3/16"D
• Weight:
AX-DM: 100g (0.22 lbs.) approx.
AX-DV:
400g (0.88 lbs.) approx.
AX-DVF: 660g (1.45 lbs.) approx.
AX-DV-P: 450g (0.99 lbs.) approx.
AX-DVF-P: 760g (1.67 lbs.) approx.
AX-8M:
450g (0.99 lbs.) approx.
AX-8MV: 550g (1.21 lbs.) approx.
AX-16SW: 200g (0.44 lbs.) approx.
AX-084C: 4,700g (10.35 lbs.) approx.
AX-248C: 4,700g (10.35 lbs.) approx.
AX-320C: 4,700g (10.35 lbs.) approx.
• Central exchange unit (AX-084C, 248C):
Outside video output:
NTSC standard 1 Vpp (0.7-1.4 Vpp)
BNC(2)
Outside video output unit: Open collector output
DC24V, 30mA
RJ45(2)
• Master station (AX-8MV):
Outside video output:
NTSC standard 1 Vpp (0.7-1.4 Vpp)
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