Alpha Technologies Brave Slim - LC/C User guide

Brave – Door Intercom
Brave Smyle - C
Brave Smyle - LC
Brave Smyle - C/C
User guide
Version 2.2
Dear customer
Congratulation to your purchase of “BRAVE SMYLE door intercom”. The
BRAVE Smyle door intercom is designed as universal project to be suitable for
different installation on the field and brings more features and possibilities.
This manual is designed for Urmet 1129 panel in 4 models with 1 or 2
buttons:
Brave Smyle - C - Comfort model
Brave Smyle - C/C - Comfort model with analog camera
Brave Smyle - LC - Low cost model
Basic features of BRAVE door intercoms
 SMYLE solution – surface installation only
 IP 44 casing protection
 LED cards lighting
 Integrated analog color camera (C/C, LC/C)
 1 (2*) relay with 8 different operational modes
 possibility to use electrical lock PSU for feeding the unit (C)
 elektronical loudness settings ( without neccessity open the unit)
 adjustable tones detection for REDIAL or Hanging Up
 integrated RTC ( realtimeclock) circuit – automatical DAY/NIGHT
switching (C)
 programming by phone DTMF or by USB cable from PC**
 24 digits length of number including * # Flash and Pause
(C/C, LC/C) – models only
* Comfort version only
** USB cabel is an option
Version of manual V2.2
Alphatech spol. s r.o.
Jeremenkova 88
140 00 Praha 4
Tel/fax: 272103334
22.6.2013
www.alphatech.cz / info@alphatech.cz
Content
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BASIC DESCRIPTION ......................................................................................... 6
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
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FEATURES ........................................................................................................ 6
TERMINOLOGY ................................................................................................. 7
DIFFERENT MODELS OF SMYLE BRAVE DOOR INTERCOM ................................ 8
MODELS OF BRAVE DOOR INTERCOM ............................................................... 8
PCB SCHEMATICS ............................................................................................ 9
INSTALLATION ................................................................................................. 12
2.1
ASSEMBLY ..................................................................................................... 12
2.1.1 Assembly of Brave Smyle front panel ........................................................ 12
2.1.2 Assembly of cards backlighting................................................................. 13
2.1.3 Wall mounting of Brave Smyle .................................................................. 13
2.1.4 Replacing of cards backlighting after wall mounting ............................... 14
2.1.5 Cards exchange (name cards)................................................................... 14
2.2
CONNECTION ................................................................................................. 15
2.2.1 Code relay (COSW) .................................................................................. 16
2.3
CAMERA ( /C VERSION ONLY) ........................................................................ 18
2.4
ACCSSESORIES ............................................................................................... 19
2.4.1 Weather hood 19
2.4.2 TimeRelay
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2.4.3 DistyBox
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2.4.4 Power supply 12V ..................................................................................... 20
2.4.5 Programming cable USB .......................................................................... 20
2.4.6 BlackBox
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DOOR INTERCOM SERVICE ......................................................................... 21
3.1
SIGNALLING OVERVIEW ................................................................................. 21
3.2
VISITOR AT THE DOOR .................................................................................... 22
3.3
PERSON INSIDE BUILDING............................................................................... 24
3.3.1 Outgoing call 24
3.3.2 Incoming call 25
3.4
ACOUSTIC PATH SETTING ............................................................................... 25
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PARAMETRES PROGRAMMING .................................................................. 26
4.1
PROGRAMMING BY PHONE ............................................................................. 26
4.1.1 Programming enter ................................................................................... 26
4.1.2 Parametres programming ......................................................................... 26
4.2
PC PROGRAMMING – BRAVESET PROGRAMM ................................................ 27
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DESCRIPRION OF PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETRES ............................ 28
5.1
5.2
DIRECT NUMBERS DIAL – MEMORIES .............................................................. 28
RELAY(S) ....................................................................................................... 29
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
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TECHNICAL PARAMETRES .......................................................................... 51
6.1
6.2
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BASIC PARAMETRES ....................................................................................... 34
TIME PARAMETRES......................................................................................... 36
SYSTEM PARAMETRES .................................................................................... 39
HANDSFREE PARAMETRES SETTING ............................................................... 41
TIME PROGRAMM – AUTOMATIC DAY/NIGHT SWITCHING (C) ..................... 44
DEFAULT SETTTING AND ERASING ................................................................. 46
PROGRAMMING TERMINATION ....................................................................... 46
PARAMETRES OVERVIEW ............................................................................... 47
ELEKTRICAL PARAMETRES ............................................................................. 51
MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS ............................................................................ 51
TABLE FOR EASY PROGRAMMING ............................................................ 52
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1 BASIC DESCRIPTION
1.1 Features
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Voice communication is powered from telephone line only
Tone (DTMF) and pulse dial
Two 24digit numbers with each button (including *, #, Flash and Pause)
DAY/NIGHT switching by DTMF code or automatically by integrated
real time clocks - RTC, weekly schedule (C model)
Possibility of the call extension by * or # choice
Possibility to connect 1 or 2 (only C) independent locks for door
opening
8 different relays modes (for example: additional ring, progressive
opening)
Two codes for hanging up the unit by telephone
Two codes for door opening by telephone for 1 pulse and two codes for
2 pulses
3 x 6 codes for each relay (code by buttons at doors)
Can be connected electrically secure lock on the first switch (serial
activation code)
Possible switched on hang up by press the same push button
Possible switched on mode "Baby Call"
Possible switched on suppress receive DTMF by microphone
Possible switched on accoustic tick to the conversation for speech
recognition
Possible switched on accoustic signalization of close the relay
Adjustable number of rings before pick up an incoming call
Adjustable parameters of tone dial, length of Flash and Pause
Adjustable parametres of acoustical signalization
Adjustable parametres of tones detector
Elektronical loudness settings ( without neccessity open the unit)
Integrated analog colour camera with permanent or automatical
operation /C
Automatical camera lighting infra LED /C
Possibility of powering by external PSU 12V (Siemens) /C (C)
Easy settings of HW by DIP switch
Factory settings (default) in different levels
Programming by phone DTMF or by USB cable from PC
Integrated heating for PCB
Permanent cards lighting, switchable
Ground output for better protection against static electricity
(C) – comfort model only (Comfort)
/C - model with camera only
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1.2 Terminology
Telephone line
analog (2 wires) is way of connection to public network
(PSTN line) or connection to PABX – telephone exchange at
place of installation ( extension line)
Line picking up begin of call – same like OFF HOOK by handset
Line hanging up end of call – same like ON HOOK by handset
Dial
DTMF - tone dial. It is dial by 2 tones combination (dial also
special character * and #. Use Flash loop interruption)
Pulse – dial by loop interruption (dial numbers only)
Incoming call
connection between intercom and phone has been done by
dial from phone.The intercom picks up the call after
preprogrammed number of rings. After picking up and
password inserting you can programm the unit by phone.
Outgoing call
connection between intercom and phone has been done by
dial from intercom, for example : by button pressing
Call establishing it is stage when call is picked up by called party. This stage
is not signalled at analog line. It just stop ringing tone and
call starts. It is difficult identify just this moment.
El.lock code
function for relay closing by dial digits combination from
intercom buttons
Code relay
between Doorphone Brave and the electric lock can be
connected code relay (COSW - CodeSwitch), which is
located at the lock and lock activates only when is the same
the specified serial combination of the Brave and set the
code on the board relay (COSW).
External code
Digits combination dial from intercom buttons for relay
activation. External = dial by intercom buttons – out of
building ( at place of door intercom installation)
Internal code
Digits combination dial from phone for relay activation
(DTMF). Internal = dial by phone – inside building ( phone
connected to other PBX extension)
The manufacturer continuously improves the product firmware. The
technology used allows you to upload to Brave the latest version of the
firmware any time using a standard computer with BraveSet and USB
cable. The latest version of the firmware is available at
http://www.alphatech.cz
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1.3
Different Models of Smyle Brave door intercom
Brave door intercoms is designed as new generation of door intercom
units reflects all experiences collected during last 10 years of succesfull sales of
door enry solutions. Features and parametres are different for different models
of intercom to provide best balance between price and usage value.
In this manual you will meet features and parametres marked by (C) which are
specific for Brave Smyle (Comfort) model only and features and parametres
marked (M) which are planned for modular model (in Smyle solution are not
provided due mechanical solution)
Labelling of availability function :
Model LC (low cost) has all features except particularly marked
Model /C is version equiped by full colour analog camera
Model C (comfort) has special features marked by (C)
Model M (modular) has marked (M) – in mechanical Smyle solution is not
produced! And it is mentioned in programming tables only which are same for all
models.
1.4 Models of Brave door intercom
SMYLE models of Brave LC/C includes appropriate mother board with all
connectable elements.
Brave Smyle - 01C Brave Smyle - 01C/C
Brave Smyle - 01LC
Brave Smyle – 02C Brave Smyle – 2C/C
Brave Smyle – 02LC
Models LC and C are different up mother board components. In model (LC) is
missing:
 Second relay
 RTC real time clocks for automatic DAY/NIGHT switching
Models with camera /C have added:
 Possibility of external powering (usable for relay modes 7 and 8)
 automatical / permanent lighting for camera (infra)
 switch off cards lighting
 disconnectable internal impedance for camera cable ending 75ohm
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1.5 PCB Schematics
All functional and connectional elements are marked by red rounded
number at bellow picture. Explanation follow on next page.
Pict. 1 Brave Smyle mother board
(1) + (3) + (7) + (11) - version /C only
relay 2 version (C) only
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1. Camera lighting - infra LED. It lights up space before camera when is active.
It is possible switch off (via. item 7) – version for camera only /C
2. Connector to PC connection via USB cable
3. Analog colour camera – version with camera /C only
4. Speaker connection
5. Microphone connection (caution on polarity)
6. DIP switch in all models:
1 = Service, usage – when programming
password is forgotton. Incoming call is
going directly to programming mode
where you can set new password.
2 = Heating – switch ON integrated heating of mother board to increase resistance
against condensation water during changes of temperature
7. DIP switch position in versions (C) and /C:
3 = external power supply
4 = external power supply – switching 3 and 4 simultaneously. The powering is
used from screw 12V (11) due following reasons:
- using relay mode 7 or 8 – tpermanent switching ON/OFF is possible only
with external power supply. Dont forget setup parametr 64.
- Connection of door intercom to certain type of PBX which has problems
with current consumption on its extensions during start (Siemens).
5 = Camera lighting up (switch ON/OFF lighting of space before camera via infra
LED)
6 = Cards lighting (switch ON/OFF Leds backlighting for cards beside button)
7 = Activate permanent camera operation. In default camera is active only when
door intercom is active.
8 = Allows connect 75ohm to camera output - impedance
8. Analog telephone line (not depends on polarity)
9. Grounding – connection to ground of static electricity protection – protects
electronic of door intercom as same as PBX
10. Relays are galvanically isolated - max. 48V, max. 1,5A
model (C) has 2 relays
model (LC) has 1 relay only
on switch 1 is available relay function code (COSW - CodeSwitch) (see
page16)
11. Camera output - PAL video 1V / 75ohm. For distance longer than 25m we
recommend coax cable. For other installation UTP cable is also available. /C
model only
12. 12V power supply: - relays control
- mother board heating
- cards backlighting
- camera powering and infra LED camera lighting up
- external powering of unit (DIP 3 and 4)
The power supply might be AC as same as DC, not depends on polarity,
max consumption 250mA from 12V.
The power supply might be used also for electrical lock powering. Then we
recommend power supply 12V/1A.
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You can also use 24V DC power supply. It is useful mainly at installations
where power supply is already installed and it is used for sliding doors,
RFID, etc.. The heating has control element to restrict power.
The remaining components are designed for voltage up 24V DC!!!
It not depends on polarity.
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2 Installation
2.1 Assembly
2.1.1
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Assembly of Brave Smyle front panel
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2.1.2
Assembly of cards backlighting
2.1.3
Wall mounting of Brave Smyle
Make the mounting by attached pack with screws and plug (drill 5mm).
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2.1.4
Replacing of cards backlighting after wall mounting
2.1.5
Cards exchange (name cards)
Every button has own card ( label) holded by plastic flag ( via picture).
You can print out paper labels from special Excel file (downloadable on
www.alphatech.cz or ).
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2.2 Connection
The basic functionality of intercom (voice communication) needs
connection of telephone line only - LINE (8) on .Pict. 1 Brave Smyle. The line
is connected by 2 wires (a,b) and in stand by has usually voltage 24V - 60V,
short circuit current 20mA - 60mA. When line is OFF HOOK the line voltage is
7V - 10V.
Line connection Brave Smyle intercom announce by sound signal
(Reset) ♫ (capture 3.1 page.21) when is disconnected from line certain time.
Brave Smyle is analog intercom designed for connection to analog line( PSTN
line or PBX analog extension) it means line where works ordinary analog phone.
It works regardless to line polarity and in range mentioned in technical
parametres (capture 6).
Paralel connection – we not recommend! Paralell connection with
other analog phone or other door intercom is not recommended! We also not
recommend use special devices switching the line ( inteligent couplers,
adapters, etc..).
When model of Brave Smyle is with camera /C then on screw CAM
(11) on Pict. 1. connect cable for video transmission. Up to 25m you can use
one free pair of UTP cable. For longer distances you have to use coax cable
Pict. 1. Camera mode you setup by DIP switch (capture 1.5) and camera is
either activated automatically (when intercom is active) or is permanently ON
(DIP 7). Camera lighting up by infra LED is either active with camera (DIP 5) or
you can permanently switch OFF. Due DIP 8 you can paralelly connect to video
output impedance 75ohm
12V power supply (12) on Pict. 1 must be connected for mother board
heating, cards backlighting, camera powering inludes infra LEDs and for relays
control. The power supply might be AC and also DC, not depends on polarity.
From 12V is max consumption 250mA. Power supply might be used also for
electrical lock powering. Then we recommend power supply 12V/1A. You can
also use 24V DC power supply. It is useful mainly at installations where power
supply is already installed and it is used for sliding doors, RFID, etc..
You can use only 24DC power supply not AC!!! Not depends on polarity.
Relays (10) on Pict. 1 have many possibilities in practise usage. The
examples (drawings) are mentioned on Pict. 2. 12V power supply must be
connected for correct operation. The intercom unit has galvanically isolated all
important parts. Telephone line is isolated from power supply and relays
contacts are also galvanically isolated from other intercom electronic parts.
In any case must not be activated directly main voltage 120V or
230V !!! When you need control main devices please use contactors ( power
relays) as it is on Pict. 2 example (6) .
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Relays connection examples are mentiond on following page. It is not all of
them but give you an idea how should be connected individual circuits (red rings
with numbers = example numbers).
1. Basic connection - 2 elektrical locks and possibility independently control
two doors. (relay mode 1 and 2 m=1) or progressive door opening (relay
mode 2 m=5 - version (C) only.
2. Two power supply – possibility to use independently two power supply One
for Brave Smyle and second for electrical locks. Second electrical lock is
connected inversaly (fire emergency exit).
3. Combination of doors with electrical lock and sliding gate at fencing.
4. Extending of previous example (3) about second doors with progressive
opening (this feature is setup in TimeRelay - optional modul)
5. Combination of electrical lock and additional ring. Relay of additional ring
might be in mode m=4 (from each button is activated for preprogrammed
time) or in mode m=6 (it is activated from one presetup button for
preprogrammed time)
6. Lighting activation m=3 (for example: way to building ) and control of for
example: heating up DAY/NIGHT mode m=8 ( (C) version only - RTC
circuit). External power supply required (DIP 3 and 4) /C version only.
Further is neccessary use contactor (Brave Smyle must not activate
230V!).
2.2.1 Code relay (COSW)
For the first switch is available function code relay (COSW CodeSwitch).
It serves primarily to secure transmission of information by switching the electric
lock. When using this function is not possible connecting or disconnecting the
voltage at the terminals to lock this lock activated. Activation is performed only
when positive result compared serial information transmitted between Brave
and the board code relay
Brave is set in several
codes to activate the relay code.
Relay can be activated codes
for one or two impulses can
differentiate activated from the
phone (DTMF) or from keys
(keyboard). The last option is
the activation code in another
mode switch than the lock.
The code information is 8 bits, but the code is 4 bits with security 4 bits which is
total of 8 bits. Practically, this is performed so that after activation the switch is
first transmits the serial code, and if they agree, so code relay connects the
electric lock.
The code relays can be connected in parallel to increase the number of
switches, but can never combine connections electric lock and the code
relay parallel!
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Pict. 2 Examples of relay connection
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2.3 Camera ( /C version only)
Technical parametres:
- videonorm:
- sensor:
- picture area:
- resolution:
- video output:
- automatic profit control:
- minimal lighting:
- automatic lens shutter:
- camera view:
- zoom:
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2.4 Accssesories
2.4.1 Weather hood
It increases intercom protection
during raining.
It is fixed by
adhesive labels from sides.
2.4.2 TimeRelay
Time relay allows expansion of relays
functionality. It is individual product and
detail manual you find on our websites
www.alphatech.cz
2.4.3 DistyBox
This optional modul is plastic box allows
you to connect analog unit (phone,
intercom) into wireless system DECT –
GAP (for example Siemens line GigaSet,
TopCom line Butler etc.). DistyBox is
suitable for intercom connection when are
cables not available. You just registrate
intercom as handset to DECT base
station. All features of intercom are kept.
Important: DECT base station must support
DTMF transmission between each handsets
(relay activation feature).
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2.4.4 Power supply 12V
As standard we provide for Brave Smyle
intercom AC power supply 12V/1A . It is
not part of unit packaging. It must be
ordered individualy. More info about
electrical locks and power supply on
www.alphatech.cz.
2.4.5 Programming cable USB
USB cable is not part of packaging. It
must be ordered individualy. USB drivers are
downloadable on www.alphatech.cz
2.4.6 BlackBox
BlackBox is DTMF modem useful for remote programming from PC. Via
BraveSet programm you can remotely setup
all parametres of Brave Smyle intercom.
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3 Door intercom service
Functionality of Brave Smyle door inercom is adjustable by parametres
settings (via. Programming parametres capture page 26).
3.1 Signalling overview
The Brave Smyle door intercom signalling acoustically stages which are
happening during operation. Samples of acoustical sounds you can play in
BraveSet ( PC programm).
Stage
Tones
Tone frequency
Line pick up ( OFF HOOK) type 1
–▄▔▄▔▀–
980-1333-1650
Line hang up ( ON HOOK) type1
–▀▔▄▔▄–
1650-1333-980
Line pick up ( OFF HOOK) type 2
–▄▔▀–
800-1067-1200-1333
Line hang up ( ON HOOK) type2
–▀▔▄–
1333-1200-1067-800
Command confirmation by phone
––█––
800
Alerting (knocking) into call
─┴─┴─
Call ending alert
–▔–▔–▔–
1333
─▒▒▒▒▒▒─
Modulovaný
–▄▔▀–
980-1067-1180
Programming by phone
––▓–▓–––––
Modulovaný
Parametr confirmation
––█––
800
Programming enter by PC
–▄▔▀–
980-1067-1180
–▔–▄–▔–
1850-1067-1850
–▔–▔–▔–▔–▔–▔–
800
–▄▔▄▔▄▔▄▔–
1300-2100
Relay activation signal
Programming enter by phone
Line connection (Reset)
Error (generally all incorrects)
Memory empty (no number programmed)
During problems identification is very good when you know the tones. It
helps you monitor how door intercom works and where from comes the problem.
The signalling might be switch of in a few levels (parametres 61,62,63 and 65).
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3.2 Visitor at the door
Door intercom buttons have signs (cards) like usual ring buttons. Visitor
find desired name (for example“Scott") and push it. The Brave intercom pick up
the line and "play" tone line pick up (when is not switch off by par.62) and dial
phone number saved under the button (parametr 1 or 2 up door intercom mode).
From Brave intercom speaker you hear ringing tone and phone of Mr. Scott is
ringing. As soon as Mr. Scott pick up ringing phone he can talk to visitor at the
door. When is electrical lock connected to Brave intercom then Mr. Scott can
open the door for visitor by dial DTMF code on his phone. When Mr. Scott hang
up the phone then Brave intercom hangs up as well after busy tone detection.
When call duration is longer then setup limit (parametr 52) the 10sec before
hang up Brave intercom sends alerting tone of call ending. Mr. Scott can dial *
or # up setting (parametr 42) to prolong the call about the time setup by
parametr 52.
Dialled number from Brave intercom is different up dial mode setup in the
unit by (parametr 47):
- Day/Night mode = when intercom is in DAY mode then number setup by
parametru 1 is dialled. When intercom is in NIGHT mode then always dial
number setup by parametr 2. Manual intercom modes switching is setup
by parametres 45,46. In version (C) you can switch DAY/NIGHT mode
automatically. Selection of dialled number saved under the button is control
by time up table (parametry 00-06).
- 2 groups numbers mode = first button push – always dial number setup
by parametr 1. When the same button is pushed or 10seconds after dial
busy tone is detected, or setup number of rings is out (parametr 56) the
door intercom dial number from second group setup by (parametr 2). When
you push the same button again you will dial again number from first group
etc.……(when after dial number from second group busy tone is detected
the repeating is finished)
When visitor push the button after line is picked up the door intercom
hangs up for time setup by parametr 54 and then picks up the line and dial new
number ( second push number). The number dialling is either by tone dial
(DTMF) or pulse dial up setting by parametr 41. There is one more option and it
is line hangs up by again pushing of same button (parametr 4*).
You can control relay(s) by door intercom buttons (code lock). When
visitor push buttons in order which match to setup code (parametr 32-34) and
time between each button press is not longer than setup by (parametr 53) then
door intercom picks up and activate appropriate relay (when relay setup is mode
m=1 or m=5) for time setup by parametr 37 eventually.39,30. Then hangs up.
The relay (up control code) can activate one pulse or two pulses with time
between each pulse setup by parametr 30 via. Tab. 1.
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mode m = 1
Action
Evaluation of correct
external code from
buttons
(parametr 3111 and 3121)
Note
According settings
DAY/NIGHT
According settings
DAY/NIGHT
According settings
DAY/NIGHT
According settins
DAY/NIGHT
Internal code from
phone
Parametr
Relay
3211-3215
3311-3315
3411-3415
3221-3225
3321-3325
3421-3425
321*
331*
341*
322*
332*
342*
351
You can dial 1 or 2
numbers of code
2digits code is default
You can shorter it by
using * on first digit of
code during
programming
352
361
362
Mode m = 5
Action
Evaluation of correct
external code from
buttons
(parametr 3125)
Note
According settings
DAY/NIGHT
According settings
DAY/NIGHT
According settings
DAY/NIGHT
According settings
DAY/NIGHT
Internal code from
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You can dial 1 or 2
numbers of code
2digits code is default
You can shorter it by
using * on first digit of
code during
programming
Parametr
Relay
3211-3215
3311-3315
3411-3415
3221-3225
3321-3325
3421-3425
321*
331*
341*
322*
332*
342*
351
352
361
362
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mode m = 4
Action
Note
Button push
Parametr
Relay
3114
Any button different from
311* or 312*
3124
3114
Button setup by 311* or
312*
3124
Mode m = 6
Action
Button push
Note
Any button different from
311* or 312*
Parametr
Relay
3116
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3126
-
3116
Button setup by 311* or
312*
3126
Poznámka: t1 – time activation 1 of relay (parametr 371)
t2 – time between pulses 1 of relay (parametr 301)
t3 – time between activation 1 and 2 relay (parametr 39)
t4 – time activation 2 of relay (parametr 372)
t5 – time between pulses 1 of relay (parametr 302)
Tab. 1 Table of relay(s) control
3.3 Person inside building
By person inside building we mean person in telephone connection with
Brave intercom , for example Mr. Scott.
3.3.1 Outgoing call
Outgoing call is a call from door intercom (generated by visitor). After door
intercom dial is ringing a phone inside the building. When you pick up the phone
you can talk to visitor. By code dialling you can activate the relay (parametr 35) when relay is setup in mode m=1 or m=5. You also can switch operation mode
DAY/NIGHT (parametr 45,46) and hang up (parametr 43). Door intercom sends
10sec before call ending (parametr 52) alerting tone and you can prolong the
call by dialling special character from phone (parametr 42). By phone hanging
up the call is ended (PBX generates busy tone into the line which is detected
and door intercom hangs up). There is one more option which is hang up the
line by again push of the same button (parametr 4*).
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3.3.2 Incoming call



Incoming call is a call into door intercom (generated by person inside the
building). After dialling extension number where is connected door
intercom the door interocm line is ringing. After setup number of rings
the door intercom picks up (parametr 51) and you can talk. Other
possibilities are the same like in case of outgoing call (capture 3.3.1).
First exception is first 10sec where you can dial "# and service password"
(parametr 44). By this you enter programming mode of door intercom.
Second exception is when DIP1 is switch to position ("SERVIS"). Then you
enter programming mode directly without dialling service password.
Last exception is relay(s) control (parametr 381 and 382). You can by
programming prohibit to control relay(s) from incoming call .
3.4
Acoustic path setting
The principle of setting acoustic paths:
Here we have three parameters 71.72 and 73 Using the interaction of these
parameters can be set to sound in different conditions.
1. quiet environment parameters 71,72,73 are set to 7
2. environment where is a strong ambient noise at the communicator and quiet
environment at the phone. Here is both necessary to reduce the microphone
gain (parameter 72 = 1-3) and also change the ratio of the parameters 71/73
way 73 enlarge the the parameter (parameter 73 = 11-15) and 71 parameter
smaller value (71 = 2-4)
3. environment where is a strong ambient noise at the phone and quiet
environment at the communicator. Here we leave the parameter value of 72
= 7 and 73 and 71 parameters set as follows - parameter71 = 11 to 14 and
73 = 2 to 4
The principle of settin parameters is - signal from the microphone is amplified by
the sum of parameters 72+71 = volume of microphone and signal to the
speaker is amplified by the sum of parameters 71+73 = volume of speaker. To
switch the direction of the ratio is evaluated parameters (threshold) 73/72.
- If parameter 72 is greater than the parameter 73, thus favoring the
direction from the microphone. We choose when the direction to the
phone is interrupted.
- If parameter 73 greater than parameter 72, thus favored direction to the
speaker. We choose this if the interrupted sound in the speaker of
communicator.
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4 Parametres programming
4.1 Programming by phone
4.1.1 Programming enter
You can enter programming mode by following ways:
1. password – incoming call only! – pick up the phone and dial phone
number where is door intercom connected (either extension number when
door intercom is connected to PBX or PSTN line number of building where is
door intercom installed and let operator connect you to appropriate door
intercom extension). Door intercom picks up (you hear pick up acoustic
tone – via. capture 3.1 page.21) and you have to dial within 10 sec
#xxxx, when xxxx is service passsword to enter programming mode
(default xxxx=0000). When all is correct you hear acoustic tone of
programming mode enter and after a while you hear programming tone
(via. capture 3.1 page.21).
2. switch "SERVIS" – incoming call only! – the connection you establish
the same way like in item 1. but only when DIP1 switch is in position
"on". Then door intercom after picks up going directly into programming
mode without neccessity to insert service password. (via. capture 3.1
page.21).
4.1.2 Parametres programming
Stand by stage of programming is announced by programming tone into
which door intercom always returns after time out (5sec) whenever you started
to programm.
There are two kind of parametres you can programm. First are parametres
with fix length – Most of parametres are those. The parametr is saved
immediatelly after inserting mandatory length – you hear confirmation tone.
Second are parametres with variable length (parametr 1, 2,32,33,34). Saving
and confirmation of those parametres is made after 5 seconds inserting last dial.
There is one case when those parametres are saved immediately and it is filling
up maximal number of characters (numbers) – at parametr 1 and 2 it is 24,
parametr 32,33,34 it is 6.
When during programming insert number(character) which is
unacceptable then door intercom sends error tone. The parametr is not saved
even changed. Door intercom returns to stand by and you can start again
parametr programming of programm other parametr.
When you enter programming mode and do not make any dialling for
30seconds the door intercom will hang up. After each dialled DTMF tone the
time is prolonged about 30seconds. You can finish programming mode also by
dialling parametr 9.
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4.2 PC programming – BraveSet programm
For PC programming of door intercom you have to purchase special
USB cable USB-KAB and programm BraveSet ( free on every CD). Then you
have to connect door intercom into the line or at version /C or (C) switched ON
and connected power supply 12V - DIP3 and 4.
Procedure:
- Connect telephone line into door intercom or at version /C and (C) you can
use external power supply 12V (DIP 3,4)
- Connect special USB cable to PC USB socket . Door interocm picks up the
line within 3 seconds and play tone of programming enter (via. capture
capture 3.1 page.21).
- Run programm BraveSet. Door intercom is in programming mode during all
the time when programm BraveSet is running. The door intercom stays
pasive until moment of USB cable disconnection. When you loose
connection please disconnect USB cable from door intercom and connect it
again – door intercom picks up.
- Correct connection PC with BraveSet programm is indicated by reading
firmware version from door intercom ( visible in bar) as same as reading the
time ( shown in left top corner). When you have version (LC) then time is 0
because LC version doesnt includes RTC circuit.
For easy orientation are parametres in BraveSet programm marked by
the same codes like codes for programming by phone.
Details about setting you will find in programm HELP and on website
www.alphatech.cz.
USB cable is special cable with galvanical isolation and with 3V
convertor. The galvanical isolation is neccessary because telephone line must
not be grounded and PC´s are usually grounded.
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5 Descriprion of programmable parametres
Parametres always starts by fix, mandatory part ( adress) and variable
part – it is your dial. Range and explanation is always under each table . All is
dial like it is written in table. You dont dial any confirmation character. After
savings into memory you get back confirmation tone. When dialled value is
incorrect you get immediatelly error tone.
5.1 Direct numbers dial – memories
Parametr
1
Value
tt nn…
description
Default
Number nn under button tt
-
tt – button number (memory), always has 2 digits [01-99]
nn – phone number up 24 digits which you desire to
save. For saving further characters use assignments
mentioned in table.
Numbers saved in parametr 1 are numbers of first
group, or numbers of DAY mode.
Default settings doesnt erase as same as changed those
saved numbers.
Parametr
2
Value
tt nn…
Description
description
0-9
#
*
Flash
Pause
dial
0-9
#
**
*#
*0
Default
číslo nn pod tlačítkem tt
-
tt – button number (memory), always has 2 digits [01-99]
nn – phone number up 24 digits which you desire to
save. For saving further characters use description
0-9
assignments mentioned in table.
#
Numbers saved in parametr 1 are numbers of second
group, or numbers of NIGHT mode.
*
Default settings doesnt erase as same as changed those
Flash
saved numbers.
Pause
Dial
0-9
#
**
*#
*0
Note: switching DAY/NIGHT mode stays in door intercom even after line disconnection
and version (C) this mode switch up current time (when this feature is activated parametr 084)
Note: at version Brave Smyle - C and Brave Smyle - LC are available max. 2 buttons tt=01-02
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Settings examples:
1. first button should dial at DAY number 358 and in NIGHT 0_603441296 , you
programm it - 101358 and wait for ♫, next 2010 *0 603441296 and wait for ♫
2. second button should dial at DAY and NIGHT 123#1*2Flash3, you programm
102123#1 ** 2 *# 3 and wait for ♫, next 202123#1 ** 2 *# 3 and wait for ♫
Note. When you dont use mode of 2 group numbers or DAY/NIGHT mode we
recommend setup DAY/NIGHT mode (parametr 47) and next setup same code for
DAY/NIGHT switching (parametry 45 and 46). You provide by this that door intercom
will be always in DAY mode and then you programm numbers for DAY mode only
(parametr 1).
5.2 Relay(s)
Parametr
31
Value
rm
Description
relay r works in mode m
Deafault
(1-8)
11 21
r – relay number [1-2]
m – relay mode [1-8 for r=1 is not mode m=5]
modes m=1,4,5,6 are detaily descriped in Tab. 1. on page 24
m=1 mode relay – activated by command (internal code) or password (external
code) 1 pulse for time t1/t4 (using for electrical locks) or 2 pulses when is
activated for time t1/t4, open for time t2/t5 and close for time t1/t4 (sliding
door opening)
m=2 closed for time of line OFF HOOK (camera) – close when door intercom
picks up and open by hanging up
m=3 closed for time of line OFF HOOK and more for time t1/t4 after hang up
(lighting) – closed when door intercom picks up and stays closed for time
t1/t4 after door intercom hangs up (for this time line is busy, at version /C
and C is after switching DIP 3,4 and settings parametr 64 for time t1/t4
line hanged up)
m=4 mode button – closed when any button is pushed and open after time
t1/t4 (usage for example: connection external bell)
m=5 mode progressive opening – you can setup into this mode relay 2 only
because relay 1 will be setup automatically into mode m=1. By command
(internal code) or password (external code) is activated relay 1 for time t1,
then is running time t3 before closing relay 2. Then is relay 2 activated for
time t4 and then door intercom hangs up. When dialled command or
password match to 2 pulses then in sequence will appear two pulses
separated by time t2/t5. Explained in Tab. 1
Note. The command or password for relay 1start whole sequence.When you use
command or password for relay 2 then you control relay 2 only the same like in
mode m=1.
m=6 closed up pushed button (setup in parametr 31r*). Due this you can select
one button for every relay its pushing activate appropriate relay for time
t1/t4. This mode serves as substitution of ring bell connected to Brave
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m=7 permanent closing / opening – usable at versions /C and (C) only, if
switching (DIP 3,4)+par.64. By command for pulse 1 is closed and for
pulses2 is opened. This stage stays in door intercom even after power/line
disconnection. This mode you can use for potting, glasshouse opening,
heating activation etc..
m=8 activated up DAY/NIGHT mode settings - usable at versions /C and (C)
only, if switching (DIP 3,4)+par.64. Version /C allows copying manual
DAY/NIGHT switching only. Version (C) allows copying setting from week
table switching time (when is activated - parametr 084) and then you can
use for example for heating control etc…
Parametr
31
Value
r* tt
Description
Default
button tt start relay closing r in mode m=6
(01-99)
01
r – relay number [1-2]
tt – button number (memory), always has 2 digits [01-99]
This parametr is for relay mode m=6 only. Value of tt designate from which
button start closing for time t1/t4 of relay r.
Parametr
Value
32
rp hh...
33
rp hh...
34
rp hh...
Description
Default
In mode DAY + NIGHT password hh... for
relay r, in order p=1-5, for 1 pulse
and p=* for 2 pulses
(00-999999)
In mode DAY password hh... for relay r, in
order p=1-5, for 1 pulse and p=* for 2
pulses
(00-999999)
In mode NIGHT password hh... for relay r,
in order p=1-5, for 1 pulse and p=* for 2
pulses
(00-999999)
-
– relay number [1-2]
– order [1 - 5] for 1 pulse. 5 passswords (external codes) from door
intercom buttons (external code of codelock)
p
– order = *, then you can insert just one code (external code) for closing
by 2 pulses
hh... – password (external code) for relay closing from buttons [2 to 6 digits].
Tlačítka 1 - 10 are programmable as numbers 1-0.
Totally 3 x 12 passwords. Controlled by settings DAY/NIGHT.
Combination is inserting by door intercom buttons. Relay closing is influenced
by setup relay mode and switching DAY/NIGHT. When is setup mode 2 groups
of numbers the door intercom is permanently in mode DAY.
You have to keep certain rules for password dialling:
 First button of password select from at least used button for direct
dialling (-prolong dial time)
r
p
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
Caution on numbers identity of password. When one password includes
other, for example:password for relay1 is 1234 and for relay 2 12345,
then always after pushing button 4 relay 1 will be activated and relay 2
wont be never acivated. When you select password for relay 2 234,
then after button 4 pushing both relays will be activated.
Note1. switching to DAY/NIGHT mode stays setup in door intercom even after power
(line) disconnection. At version (C), when is activated, then DAY/NIGHT switching is
done up time and week table.
Note2. when you insert parametres 32,33,34 do not use character # and * because
you cant select them from button panel. Number 0 represents button 10.
Parametr
35
Value
r aa
Description
command aa from phone for relay activating
r 1 pulse
(00-99,*0-*9)
Default
155 266
r
– relay number [1-2]
1
aa – command (internal code) from phone for relay activation [2 digits] /
For both relays you can setup the same command (internal code) then both
relays are activated simultaneously. It is profitable to setup the same command
for relay activation as same as door intercom hang up (parametr 43) aa=bb.
1
/ – command has always 2 digits but when you want control relay by 1 digit
only ( from keypad of phone) then you have possibility to programm " *a " where
a is one number only which activate the relay (star represents empty character
and must be on first digit position).
Example: 1 relay activated by internal code 48 - dial 35148 ♫
2 relay activated by internal code 8 - dial 352*8 ♫
By dialling on phone 8 you activate relay 2 by dialling 48 you activate both relays
Parametr
36
Value
r cc
Description
command aa from phone for relay activation
r 2 pulses
(00-99,*0-*9)
Default
150 260
r
– relay number [1-2]
1
cc – command (internal code) from phone for relay activation [2 digits] /
For both relays you can setup the same command (internal code) then both
relays are activated simultaneously.
1
/ – command has always 2 digits but when you want control relay by 1 digit
only ( from keypad of phone) then you have possibility to programm " *a " where
a is one number only which activate the relay (star represents empty character
and must be on first digit position).
Activation relay 2 pulses is suitable for example: at sliding gate which this way
can also substitute wicket for person entrance.
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Example: command to activate relay1 with 1 pulse *8, command to hang up *8 and
command for activation relay2 with 2 pulses *9.
Dial: 352*8 ♫ , 432*8 ♫ , 362*9 ♫.
You are in communication with door intercom unit. Dial command for open sliding gate 9.
First pulse starts sliding the gate and second pulse stop it. The size of spot for person
entrance is according time between each pulses (parametr 30). After person etnering you
dial 8. The door intercom makes one pulse and hang up. Sliding gate is closing.
Parametr
37
Value
r ss
Description
Default
time ss [sec] activation relay r for time t1/t4
(00-99)
105 205
r
– relay number [1-2]
ss – time t1 / t4 for which is relay closed 1 / 2 [2 digits 00-99], where time 00
means 0,5sec
Parametr
38
Value
rp
Description
Default
Control relay r during incoming call
(0/1)
11 21
r – relay number [1-2]
p – parametr which says permitted p=1 or forbidden p=0 control relay during
incoming call
To prohibit control of relay during incoming call has a sense for example by
relay2 in mode 1 by which you control sliding gate opening where door intercom
open the gate and after car passing the gate is closed. Then control by phone
could make unwillingly permanent gate opening.
Parametr
39
Value
xx
Description
Default
time xx [sec] between activation relay 1
and 2 in mode m=5 - time t3
(01-99)
10
xx – time t3 between activation relay 1 and 2 when mode m=5 is setup
(progressive opening) [2 digits 00-99] ], when time 00 means 0,5sec
Parametr
30
Value
r zz
Description
Default
time zz [sec] between pulses when is
closing for 2 pulses relay r - time t2/t5
(00-99)
105 205
r
– relay number [1-2]
zz – time t2 / t5 between first and second pulse relay activation 1 / 2 [2 digits
00-99], where 00 means 0,5sec
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Parametr
Value
3#0
p
Description
p = 1 enabled / disabled p = 0 connection
code relay COSW
(0/1)
Default
0
p – turns on transmission serial code to activate the first switch.
CAUTION - at activation this function never connect to the circuit electric lock
without board COSW - code relay - threatens to destroy the relay in Brave
communicator!
The following codes may be the same or different for the resolution switching on
multiple parallel connected relay code.
Parametr
3#1
abcd –
Parametr
3#2
abcd –
Parametr
3#3
abcd –
Parametr
3#4
abcd –
Parametr
3#5
abcd –
Value
abcd
Description
activation code 1 pulse from buttons
(0000-1111)
Default
0000
Brave sends a serial code for the code relay (COSW) after
evaluation code from keys (keyboard) namely for 1 pulse
Value
abcd
Description
activation code 1 pulse from phone
(0000-1111)
Default
0000
Brave sends a serial code for the code relay (COSW) after
evaluation code from telephone (DTMF) namely for 1 pulse
Value
abcd
Description
activation code 2 pulses from buttons
(0000-1111)
Default
0000
Brave sends a serial code for the code relay (COSW) after
evaluation code from keys (keyboard) namely for 2 pulses
Value
abcd
Description
activation code 2 pulses from phone
(0000-1111)
Default
0000
Brave sends a serial code for the code relay (COSW) after
evaluation code from telephone (DTMF) namely for 2 pulses
Value
abcd
Description
activation code from other modes of switch
(0000-1111)
Default
0000
Brave sends a serial code for the code relay (COSW) after
evaluation code from other modes m switch 1
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5.3 Basic parametres
Parametr
41
Value
v
Description
Dial type v – tone / pulse
Default
0
(0/1)
v – dial type v=0 is DTMF tone dial, v=1 pulse dial
Parametr
42
Value
z
Description
Character to prolong the call
Default
*
(* / #)
z – character to prolong the call * or # (10sec before call termination door
intercom sends notification then you can prolong the call)
Parametr
43
Value
g bb
Description
Default
Command to hang up door intercom by
phone
(00-99,*0-*9)
155 266
g – command order [1-2] (they are two to be possibility hang up door intercom
when each relay is used)
1
bb – command to hang up door intercom by phone [2 digits] /
It is profitable setup the same command to hang up door intercom as same as
activate relay (parametr 35,36) aa=bb or aa=cc
1
/ – command has always 2 digits but if you want use 1 digit then you have
possibility insert " *a " where a is just one number which activate the relay (star
represents empty character and must be on first position). (Example at parametres
35,36)
Parametr
44
Value
xxxx
Description
Service password
Default
(0000-9999)
xxxx – service password to enter programming by phone (DTMF)
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Parametr
Value
45
dd
46
nn
Description
Default
Command to switch into DAY mode
(00-99,*0-*9)
Command to switch into NIGHT mode
(0099,*0-*9)
11
10
1
dd – command to switch into DAY mode [2 digits] /
1
nn – command to switch into NIGHT mode [2 digits] /
1
/ - command has always 2 digits but if you want use 1 digit then you have
possibility insert " *a " where a is just one number which switch DAY/NIGHT
mode (star represents empty character and must be on first position).
Note. Switching into DAY or NIGHT mode stays setup even after power (line)
disconnection from door intercom
Parametr
Value
47
e
Description
Door intercom dial mode
Default
(0/1)
1
e – dial numbers mode e=0 dial numbers from first and second group, e=1
numbers are dialled up DAY/NIGHT mode in door intercom
CAUTION !! setting of this parametr has a big influence to numbers dialling
Parametr
Value
4*
k
Description
Feature of line hanging up by again push of
the same button
(0/1)
Default
1
k – line hanging up by push of same button:
k=0 feature is switch off
k=1 again button push hang up the line
CAUTION !! setting of this parametr has a big influence to numbers dialling
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5.4 Time parametres
Parametr
51
Value
q
Description
Default
Number of rings before door intercom picks
up incoming call
(1-9)
2
q – number of incoming call rings . Door intercom picks up between rings and
2 sec after detection of q – th rings. Number is adjustable from 1 to 9.
Parametr
52
Value
d
Description
Maximal call duration
Default
d – maximal time for which door intercom is OFF HOOK.
This time you can prolong by dial character during a
call by phone (* or # - parametr 42). Setting of time is
up table.
Parametr
53
Value
w
time[min]
0,5
1-9
15
30
Description
Time between button push
2
(0-9,*,#)
Dial
0
1-9
*
#
Default
(1-9)
2
w – maximal time [sec] between button push [range 1-9]
 normal buttons
- relay activation – when time between push of 2 following buttons is
longer than time w then code is evaluated incorrectly.
- Number dial – when button which we push is first number in password
for relay activation then dial is delayed about this time w
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Parametr
54
Value
z
Description
Hanging up time during REDIAL
Default
2
(1-5)
z – time [sec] for which door intercom hangs up before pick up for REDIAL
(button push during call, busy tone detection) [range 1-5]
Parametr
55
Value
z
Description
Time before start dialling
Default
1
(1-5)
z – time [sec] after door intercom picks up and before start dialling [range 1-5].
This time is different for every PBX but usually all PBXs accepts dial within 2
seconds after line is picked up.
Parametr
56
Value
hh
Description
Number of rings before hang up
Default
12
(04-99)
h – after dial termination calculate number of CRT (control ring tones). When
number is higher than hh then hang up [range 04-99]. Dial is repeated in
case of 2 groups mode.
Parametr
Value
Description
Default
3 (375-475Hz)
500
x
Middle frequency of tones detector (1-0)
501
y
Number of busy tones
(2-0)
4
502
z
Time of permanent tone duration
(1-5)
3 (3s)
x – middle frequency of tones detector – is suitable when PBX signalling is
unusual:
frequency
x - dial
y – minimal number of busy tones neccessary for
detection [2-0], where 0 means 10 busy tones
z – minimal time of permanent tone duration (for dial
tone detection on PBX) [1-5 sec]
Parametr
Value
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Description
[Hz]
275-375
325-425
375-475
425-525
475-575
525-625
575-675
625-725
675-775
725-825
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Default
37
Time of tone duration DTMF (tone) dial
(04-16)
Time of space duration between DTMF
tones
(04-16)
503
tt
504
mm
505
f
Time of Flash duration
506
p
Time of pause duration / pause between
numbers
(1-0)
(1-6)
10 (100ms)
10 (100ms)
1 (100ms)
4 (800ms)
–Time of tone duration DTMF (tone) dial is calculated up:
(inserted number) x 10 = tone duration time [ms]
[range 04-16 tj. 40-160ms]
m – Time of space duration between DTMF tones is calculated up:
(inserted number) x 10 =pause duration time [ms]
[range 04-16 tj. 40-160ms]
f – Time of Flash duration is calculated:
inserted number x 100 = Flash duration time [ms]
[range 1-6 tj. 100-600ms]
p – Time of pause duration is calculated:
inserted number x 100 + 400 = pause duration time [ms]
[range 1-0 tj. 500-1400ms]
– time p is also time of pause between numbers at pulse dialling
tt
Parametr
507
Value
uu
Description
Default
Level of sending tone DTMF dial in
[-dBm](04-16)
10
uu – level of sending tone (DTMF) dial into line, range is -4 to -16dBm. You
insert desired level, uu=04 is -4dBm, uu=10 is -10dBm
Parametr
Value
Description
Default
508
p
preemphase DTMF
(0/1)
0
509
S
Listening –in DTMF - level
(1-4)
2
p – preemphase is rate between upper and lower groups of DTMF frequency.
You can select rate 2,2 dB - p=0 (Europe) or rate 3,2dB - p=1 (Australia)
s – listening –in DTMF level you can select in four levels:
Level of listening in DTMF [dB]
s - dial
-15
1
-9
2
-3
3
+3
4
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Parametr
61
Value
z
Description
Acoustic signalling (confirmation, error, empty
memory, call termination...)
(0/1)
Default
1
In default the stages of door intercom are acoustically signalling. By parametr
„z“ you can switch off this signalling. Possible values are
z=0 – signalling is off
z=1 – signalling is on
Parametr
62
Value
v
Description
Acoustic signalling off hook/on hook
(0/1/2)
Default
1
In default is signalling pick up and hang up of the line. If you identify some
problems at certain PBXs you can switch it off by parametr „v“ . The possible
values are:
v=0 – signalling OFF HOOK / ON HOOK is off
v=1 – signalling OFF HOOK / ON HOOK is on (type 1)
v=1 – signalling OFF HOOK / ON HOOK is on (type 2)
Parametr
63
Value
u
Description
Acoustic signalling knocking to call (0/1)
Default
0
In default it is switch off. By activation of this feature you can identify at PBX
calling from door intercom just up knocking into call. Possible values are:
u=0 – knocking to call is off
u=1 – knocking to call is on
Parametr
64
Value
w
Description
Powering from external power supply 12V
(DIP 3,4)
(0/1)
Default
0
In version /C only or at version (C) .
In default external power supply is OFF.
Activation has a sense only in cases when door intercom should make some
operation during stand by mode – relay activation. Relay in mode m=7 allows
permanent closing even after call termination. Relay mode m=8 allows
activation up DAY/NIGHT mode settings even after call termination. In those
cases you have to provide external power supply to dont flow current at hanged
up line. The DIP switch 3 and 4 must be in position „on“ to activate this parametr
w=1 . Deactivation - w=0.
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Parametr
65
Value
z
description
Default
0
Acustic signalling of relay activation (0/1)
In default the activation is off z=0. Usually you can use this fetaure for DC power
supply 12V. Then when el.lock is released you dont hear „buzzing“ so visitor
doesnt know that el.lock is released. When you activate this feature z=1 then
during relay activation you hear special sounds simulating relay activation.
Note.1 This feature is available for relay mode m=1, m=5 only.
Note.2 For relay activation with 2 pulses the acoustic signalling sounds during
whole time of sequence. (even in space between pulses)
Parametr
66
Value
i
Description
Default
Suppression of DTMF reception from
microphone
(0/1)
0
In default the suppression of DTMF reception from MIC is off i=0. Due this you
can activate relay by personal dialler without ringing to person inside building. To
increase security you can activate suppression of DTMF reception from
microphone i=1 and due this protect entrance of persons who provided record of
DTMF code for door opening.
Parametr
67
Value
b
Description
Default
BabyCall – call without neccessity programm
phone number
(0/1)
0
In default is switch off b=0. By activation this feature b=1 is cancelled acoustic
signalling of empty memory. After pushing of button with empty memory you get
just beep (confirmation) and call is established as normal dialled number
Caution: first 10sec of call is not active tone detector (it waits on reaction of PBX
and number dialling by PBX)
Parametr
6*
Value
t
Description
Default
delay start for PBx´s with line testing
(Siemens)
(0/1)
0
In default is switch off t=0. By activation this feature t=1 is processor going to
„sleep mode“ after line connection and after 3sec the door intercom makes
initialization. It delays line picks up after line ( voltage) connection – activation
status / PBX restart. When this feature is not efficient and PBX still evaluate the
line into „failure“ mode“ then you have to use external power supply – put DIP
switch 3 and 4 to position "on" – possible at version /C (C) only. It is the same
like using Best Box option.
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5.6 HandsFree parametres setting
Parametr
Value
71
gg
72
ff
73
rr
Description
Default
Reception loudness 01-16 (16 is highest)
(SPK)
Transmission loudness 01-16 (16 is highest)
(MIC)
Speaker loudness
01-16 (16 is highest)
(TRH)
07
07
07
gg / ff / rr – numbers are inserted always by 2 digits in range [01-16]
After reception of confirmation ♫ is new value immediatelly active and you can
test it.
Help: except inserting of direct values 01-16 you can add/ decrease amplification
+/- by buttons on phone * = - and # = +
Limits of maximal and minimal loudness
are acoustically signalling (3 tones as
call termination signalling. When you
dont press any digit within 5sec then
setup value is saved and you hear
confirmation tone ♫.
CAUTION !! We dont recommend factory setting if neccessary.
Parametr
74
Value
c
Description
Soft pass of switching
Default
1
(0/1)
In default this feature is off c=0. It is going about character of on line operation
semiduplex switching. In case where character of depresser is too steep you can
make it softer by c=1.
Parametr
75
Value
n
Description
Depression of background sound
Default
(0/1)
1
In default it is off n=0. When door intercom is installed in noicy environment
(noicy streets, subway stations, parkings…) then by activation of this circuit n=1 is
setup level of noice as start level for microphone activation. Then the call
connection is not one way opened. It relates with setup of parametres 71, 76, 77.
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Parametr
76
Value
b
Description
Default
2
Level of microphone start 1-4 (4 is highest)
On the line is simultaneously signal from microphone and speaker. In handsfree
circuit is a few functional blocks to suppress acoustic shock. The basic one is
circuit of semiduplex operation when incoming signal decrease microphone
amplificatio as same as signal from microphone decrease incoming signal. The
level of microphone start is setup by this parametr.. As lower value as higher
microphone sensitivity is. In noicy environment we recommend higher value with
combination of parametrs 71,75, 77.
Parametr Value
77
s
Description
Default
Fast switching voice automatic 1-4 (4 is
slowest)
2
At parametres 75, 76 is descriped principal of acoustic shock supression. Speed
of circuit switching between incoming and outgoing sound is setup by parametr
77.
S - dial
Switching time
[ms]
1
2
4
8
Parametr Value
78
l
Description
1
2
3
4
Default
VoltAmper (VA) charakteristic of line
connection
(0/1)
1
Almost every country around the world has different telephone directives and this
parametr allows decrease voltage at door intercom line interface about 1V during
OFF HOOK. Where directive requires decreasement of line voltage I=0 decrease
voltage about 1V. In default l=1.
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Parametr Value
79
k
Description
Compemsation of wires losses depends on
line current
(0/1/2)
Default
1
Door intercom Brave includes circuit which during long distance installations
(100m and more from PBX) can compensate losses on wiring. In default the
feature is off k=0. You can setup in two levels depending on line current of PBX
(short circuit current I0).
k - dial
PBX current I0
Feature is off
0
20mA-50mA
1
45mA-75mA
2
Parametr
70
Value
uu
Description
Transmission signalling level in [-dBm] (0416)
Default
10
uu – transmission signalling level to the line, range -4 to -16dBm. You insert
desired level, uu=04 is -4dBm, uu=10 is -10dBm ...
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5.7 Time programm – automatic DAY/NIGHT switching (C)
(C) version only !
Parametr Value
09
a
Description
Default
ON / OFF automatic DAY/NIGHT switching
and setting time control
(0/1/#)
0
When door intercom Brave includes RTC circuit - (C) version then you can
activate automatical switching from real time a=1. The condition is correct time
settings. You can verify it easily by diallingu a=# and door intercom reply either by
confirmation tone (all is correct) or error tone (you have to setup the time). By dial
a=0 you deactivate automatical switching.
Parametr Value
081
082
083
hhnn
Description
Default
Time settings hh-hours, nn-minutes
Date settings dd-day, mm-month, yy-year,
ddmmyyw
w-weekday
#
-
wait 1 min for seconds zeroing
Internal clocks parametres setting. After setting by command 083# zeroing
seconds setting any through this agreed clocks exactly up seconds.
w - weekday: 0 - Sunday
1 - Monday
2 - Tuesday
3 - Wednesday
4 - Thursday
5 - Friday
6 - Saturday
Example: you want set 27.5.2011 9:39 (its Friday), then dial sequence:
0822705115 you hear tone ♫, then dial 0810939 hear tone ♫ and finally dial 083
– wait for exact time sec=0 . In this moment dial # and you hear tone ♫ - finished.
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Parametr Value
Description
Default
sunday – time setting hours hh and minutes
00
hhnnkkjj nn starts day and hours kk and minutes jj
01
hhnnkkjj
02
hhnnkkjj
03
hhnnkkjj
04
hhnnkkjj
05
hhnnkkjj
06
hhnnkkjj
07
#
starts night
monday - time setting hours hh and minutes
nn starts day and hours kk and minutes jj
starts night
tuesday - time setting hours hh and minutes
nn starts day and hours kk and minutes jj
starts night
wednesday - time setting hours hh and
minutes nn starts day and hours kk and
minutes jj starts night
thursday - time setting hours hh and
minutes nn starts day and hours kk and
minutes jj starts night
friday - time setting hours hh and minutes
nn starts day and hours kk and minutes jj
starts night
saturday - time setting hours hh and
minutes nn starts day and hours kk and
minutes jj starts night
overwrite (copyright) setting from sunday
(00) into whole week
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
-
By parametres 00-06 are setting times of automatic switching DAY/NIGHT for
every day in week. The parametr 07 is designed for copying when setting is the
same for whole week. Then you setup switching times for parametr 00 (sunday)
and then by parametr 07# you copy this setting into remaining days.
Examples:
1. monday 8:00 starts day, 17:05 starts night, tuesday 7:30 starts day and in 16:00 starts
night.
Setting sequence: 0108001705 and ♫, then 0207301600 and ♫
2. In Thursday starts day 6:45 and night starts 15:05, on Friday night continue until 15:00
and then starts day and it is until saturday 12:00 , then is night. Here you can use
setting of switching inside one day into night even night is still valid from previous day
and again switching into day even day is valid from previous day. Then for setting after
midnight you insert time 00:00.
Setting sequence: 0406451505 and ♫, 0515000000 and ♫, 0600001200 and ♫
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5.8 Default settting and erasing
Parametr
8#
Value
#
Description
Default
execute
Default
This setting doesnt change parametres 1 and 2 (numbers saved in memories)
Parametr
Value
Description
Default
Erase all numbers in group 1
(Day mode)
Erase all numbers in group 2
(Night mode)
81
82
83
Default settings for parametres 3x only
3 only..
84
Default settings for parametres 4x only
4 only..
85
Default settings for parametres 5x only
5 only..
86
Default settings for parametres 6x only
6 only..
87
Default settings for parametres 7x only
7 only..
80
Default settings for parametres 0x only
0 only..
Parametres 81 and 82 makes erasing of all numbers saved in button memories.
Parametres 83 – 87,80 makes default settings for parametres starts 3,4,5,6,7,0
only. Default settings values are mentioned at every parametr in right - column
"Default".
CAUTION !!! the erasing is unreturnable !!! it is neccessary programm again
5.9 Programming termination
Parametr
9
Value
Description
Default
E N D of programming
After 9 dial in programming tone the door intercom hangs up.
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5.10
Parametr
Parametres overview
Value
Description
Default
1
tt nn…
number nn under button tt
-
2
tt nn…
number nn under button tt
-
31
rm
relay r works in mode m
31
r* tt
32
rp hh...
33
rp hh...
34
rp hh...
35
r aa
36
r cc
37
r ss
38
rp
39
xx
30
r zz
3#0
p
3#1
abcd
3#1
abcd
3#1
abcd
3#1
abcd
3#5
abcd
41
v
Dial type v – tone / pulse
42
z
Character for call prolongation
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(1-8)
button tt activate relay closing r in mode
m=6
(01-99)
In mode DAY + NIGHT password hh... for
relay r, in order p=1-5, for 1 pulse
and p=* for 2 pulses
(00-999999)
In mode DAY password hh... for relay r, in
order p=1-5, for 1 pulse and p=* for 2 pulses
(00-999999)
In mode NIGHT password hh... for relay r, in
order p=1-5, for 1 pulse and p=* for 2 pulses
(00-999999)
command aa from phone for closing relay r
1 pulse
(00-99,*0-*9)
command aa from phone for closing relay r
2 pulses
(00-99,*0-*9)
time ss [sec] relay closing r for time t1/t4
(01-99)
Relay control r during incoming call
(0/1)
time xx [sec] between relay closing 1 and 2
in mode m=5 - doba t3
(01-99)
time zz [sec] between pulses during closing
for 2 pulses of relay r - doba t2/t5
(0199)
p = 1 enabled / disabled p = 0 connection
code relay COSW
(0/1)
activation code 1 pulse from buttons
(0000-1111)
activation code 1 pulse from phone
(0000-1111)
activation code 2 pulses from buttons
(0000-1111)
activation code 2 pulses from phone
(0000-1111)
activation code from other modes of switch
(0000-1111)
11 21
01
155 266
150 260
105 205
11 21
10
105 205
0
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0
(0/1)
(* / #)
*
47
48
43
g bb
Command to hang up door intercom by
phone
(00-99,*0-*9)
44
xxxx
Service password
(0000-9999)
0000
45
dd
Command to switch into DAY
(00-99,*0-*9)
11
46
nn
Command switch into NIGHT
(0099,*0-*9)
10
47
e
(0/1)
1
Door intercom dial mode
155 266
Feature of line hanging up by again push of
the same button
(0/1)
Number of rings before door intercom pick
up incoming call
(1-9)
4*
k
51
q
52
d
Maximal call duration
53
w
54
1
2
(0-9,*,#)
2
Time between button push
(1-9)
2
z
Hang up time before REDIAL
(1-5)
2
55
z
Time before dial start
(1-5)
1
56
hh
Number of ringing before hang up
(04-99)
12
500
x
Middle frequency of tone detector
(1-0)
3 (375-475Hz)
501
y
Number of busy tones
(2-0)
4
502
z
Duration time of permanent tone
(1-5)
3 (3s)
503
tt
504
mm
505
f
Duration time of tone DTMF of tone dial
(04-16)
Time of space between each DTMF tones
(04-16)
Flash duration time
(1-6)
Pause duration time / space between
numbers
(1-0)
Transmitting level of DTMF dial in [-dBm]
(04-16)
10 (100ms)
10 (100ms)
1 (100ms)
506
p
507
uu
508
p
preemphase DTMF
(0/1)
0
509
S
Listening in DTMF – level
(1-4)
2
61
z
62
v
63
u
Acoustic signalling of beeping into call (0/1)
0
64
w
External powering from power supply 12V
(DIP 3,4)
(0/1)
0
65
z
Acoustic signalling of relay activation (0/1)
0
4 (800ms)
Acoustic signalling (confirmation,error, empty
memory, call termination...)
(0/1)
Acustic signalling OFF HOOK /ON HOOK
(0/1)
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1
1
Depression of DTMF reception from
microphone
(0/1)
BabyCall – call without neccessity to insert
phone number
(0/1)
Delay start for PBX´s with extension test
(Siemens)
(0/1)
Reception loudness 01-16 (16 is highest)
(SPK)
Transmission loudness 01-16 (16 is highest)
(MIC)
Speaker loudness 01-16 (16 is highest)
(TRH)
66
i
67
b
6*
t
71
gg
72
ff
73
rr
74
c
Soft pass of switching
(0/1)
1
75
n
Depression of background sound
(0/1)
1
76
b
Level of microphone start 1-4 (4 is highest)
77
s
78
l
79
k
70
uu
09
a
081
hhnn
082
083
Fast switching voice automatic 1-4 (4 is
slowest)
VoltAmper (VA) charakteristic of line
connection
(0/1)
Compemsation of wires losses depends on
line current
(0/1/2)
Transmission signalling level in [-dBm] (0416)
ON/ OFF automatic switching DAY/NIGHT
mode and time settings control
(0/1/#)
Time settings hh-hours, nn-minutes
ddmmyy Date settings dd-day,mm-month,yy-year
#
00
hhnnkkjj
01
hhnnkkjj
02
hhnnkkjj
03
hhnnkkjj
04
hhnnkkjj
05
hhnnkkjj
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Wait for 1 min for seconds zeroing
sunday - time setting hours hh and minutes
nn starts day and hours kk and minutes jj
starts night
monday - time setting hours hh and minutes
nn starts day and hours kk and minutes jj
starts night
tuesday - time setting hours hh and minutes
nn starts day and hours kk and minutes jj
starts night
wednesday - time setting hours hh and
minutes nn starts day and hours kk and
minutes jj starts night
thursday - time setting hours hh and
minutes nn starts day and hours kk and
minutes jj starts night
friday - time setting hours hh and minutes
nn starts day and hours kk and minutes jj
0
0
0
07
07
07
2
2
1
1
10
0
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
49
starts night
saturday - time setting hours hh and
06
hhnnkkjj minutes nn starts day and hours kk and
07
#
8#
#
execute
default
Erase all numbers in group 1
(DAY mode)
Erase all numbers in group 2
(NIGHT mode)
81
82
83
Default setting for parametres 3x only
3 only..
84
Default setting for parametres 4x only
4 only..
85
Default setting for parametres 5x only
5 only..
86
Default setting for parametres 6x only
6 only..
87
Default setting for parametres 7x only
7 only..
80
Default setting for parametres 0x only
0 only..
9
50
00000000
minutes jj starts night
overwrite (copyright) setting from sunday
(00) into whole week
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6 Technical parametres
6.1 Elektrical parametres
Parametr
Minimal line current
Minimal line voltage
Line voltage during OFF HOOK
(VA characteristic)
Downlead during ON HOOK
Line termination impedance
Bandwidth
Ringing impedance
Sensitivity of ringing detector
Pulse dial
Tone dial level
Sensitivity of tone dial
Sensitivity of tones detector
Powering of backlight, relays and
heating
Max consumption of backlight
and heating
Max voltage of relay contact
Max current of relay contact
Operation temperature
IP rate
Weight
Camera
1
) - possible setting by progam
Value
Conditions
18mA
Line OFF HOOK
18V
Line ON HOOK
< 8V
I = 20mA
1
< 12V
)
I = 60 mA
< 30uA
U = 60V
220R +
Line OFF HOOK
820R paral. 115nF
300Hz – 3400 Hz
20 - 60mA
> 2Kohm
25 – 60 Hz
min. 10 – 25 V
40 / 60 ms
-6 and -8 dB
20 – 60 mA
1
)
min. -40 dB
20 – 60 mA
min. -30 dB
20 – 60 mA
12Vss ± 2V , 10-12Vst ± 2V
250mA
12Vss
48V
1,5A
when I < 1A
when U < 30 V
- 20 to + 60 st
IP44
max. 350g
Parametres on page 18
6.2 Mechanical dimensions
Model
Brave Smyle (1 and 2
buttons)
Weather hood
Brave with weather hood
Screw 2x
Wall plug 2x
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dimension HxWxD [mm]
185 x 99 x 40
68 x 103 x 60
187 x 103 x 60
screw 3.5x30 halfround head
UPA,UPP pr. 5 x 25
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7 Table for easy programming
Into empty parts of table write values which you desire to programm. In
double linked part are mentioned programming commands for easy
programming. Moreover the programmed values stay in manual for future
changes.
Description
Programming sequence
digits
description
detail
par.
Number under button 1
Number under button 2
Number under button 3
Number under button 4
Number under button 5
Number under button 6
Number under button 7
Number under button 8
Number under button 9
Number under button 10
Number under button 11
Number under button 12
Day/1gr.
Day/1gr.
Day/1gr.
Day/1gr.
Day/1gr.
Day/1gr.
Day/1gr.
Day/1gr.
Day/1gr.
Day/1gr.
Day/1gr.
Day/1gr.
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
1 Number under button
2 Number under button
3 Number under button
4 Number under button
5 Number under button
6 Number under button
7 Number under button
8 Number under button
9 Number under button
10 Number under button
11 Number under button
12 Number under button
Night/2gr
Night/2gr
Night/2gr
Night/2gr
Night/2gr
Night/2gr
Night/2gr
Night/2gr
Night/2gr
Night/2gr
Night/2gr
Night/2gr
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
relay 1 works in mode
311
312
Day+Night 3211
relay 2 works in mode
Password for relay 1 (1 pulse)
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Fill up your values
m=1 - 8
m=1 - 8
1
1
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password relay 1 (1pulse)
Day/Night 3212
6
password relay 1 (1pulse)
Day/Night 3213
6
password relay 1 (1pulse)
Day/Night 3214
6
password relay 1 (1pulse)
Day/Night 3215
6
password relay 1 (2pulses)
Day/Night
321*
6
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
Day/Night 3221
6
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
Day/Night 3222
6
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
Day/Night 3223
6
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
Day/Night 3224
6
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
Day/Night 3225
6
password relay 2 (2 pulses)
Day/Night
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Night
Night
Night
Night
Night
Night
Night
Night
Night
Night
Night
Night
322*
3311
3312
3313
3314
3315
331*
3321
3322
3323
3324
3325
332*
3211
3212
3213
3214
3215
321*
3221
3222
3223
3224
3225
322*
6
Password relay 1 (1 pulse)
Password relay 1 (1 pulse)
Password relay 1 (1 pulse)
Password relay 1 (1 pulse)
Password relay 1 (1 pulse)
Password relay 1 (2 pulses)
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
password relay 2 (2 pulses)
Password relay 1 (1 pulse)
Password relay 1 (1 pulse)
Password relay 1 (1 pulse)
Password relay 1 (1 pulse)
Password relay 1 (1 pulse)
Password relay 1 (2 pulses)
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
password relay 2 (1 pulse)
password relay 2 (2 pulses)
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6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
53
Button selection for relay 1
Button selection for relay 1
Relay 1 activation by phone
Relay 2 activation by phone
Relay 1 activation by phone
Relay 2 activation by phone
Time of closing for relay 1
Time of closing for relay 2
Incoming call relay1 control
Incoming call relay2 control
Delay between closing
relay 1 and 2
Time between pulses rel 1
311*
312*
351
352
361
362
371
372
381
382
2
[sec]
39
2
[sec]
301
302
3#0
3#1
3#2
3#3
3#4
3#5
2
41
42
431
432
44
45
46
47
4*
1
51
52
53
54
55
56
500
1
m=6
m=6
1 pulse
1 pulse
2 pulses
2 pulses
[sec]
[sec]
1/0
1/0
Time between pulses rel 2
[sec]
Enable code relay (COSW-sw.1)
0/1
code for activation 1 imp./btn.
0000-1111
code for activation 1 imp./phn.
0000-1111
code for activation 2 imp./btn.
0000-1111
code for activation 2 imp./phn.
0000-1111
code for activation other mode
0000-1111
Dial type tone / pulse
Call prolongation character
Brave hanging up by phone
Brave hanging up by phone
0/1
*/#
1.
2.
Service password
Code to switch into DAY
Code to switch into NIGHT
Door intercom dial mode
Hang up by same button p.
1/0
0/1
Number of rings for pick up
Maximal call duration
[min]
Time between button press
[sec]
Hang up time - REDIAL
[sec]
Time before dial start
[sec]
Numb of rings bef. Hang up
Tone detector frequency
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table
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
4
4
4
4
4
1
2
2
4
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
ms
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Number of busy tones
Time duration of permanent
tone
Time duration of tone dial
nn x 10
Space betweeni DTMF
nn x 10
tones
Flash duration
n x 100
pause/ space between
n x100+400
numbers
DTMF transmission level
04-16
501
1
502
sec
2
503
ms
2
504
ms
2
505
ms
1
506
ms
1
-dBm
2
preemphase DTMF
0/1
Listening in DTMF - level
1-4
507
508
509
Acustic signalling
Acustic signalling Off hook
/on hook
Acustic signalling beeps
0/1
61
1
0/1
62
1
0/1
0/1
63
64
1
0/1
65
1
0 /1
66
1
0/1
67
1
Up model
6#
1
6*
1
External power supply 12V
Acustic signalling of relay
activation
Depression of DTMF
reception from microphone
BabyCall
Number of buttons on
panel
Delayed start (Siemens)
1
1
1
Reception loudness (TRH)
Transmission loudness
(MIC)
Speaker loudness (SPK)
01-16
71
2
01-16
72
2
01-16
0/1
73
74
2
Soft pass of switching
Depression of background
sound
Level of microphone start
Fast switching voice
automatic
VA charakteristic
Compemsation of wires
losses
Signalling transmission
level
0/1
75
1
1-4
76
1
1-4
77
1
0/1
78
1
0/1/2
79
1
04 - 16
70
0/1/#
hhnn
09
081
on/off.automatic switching
Time setting
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-dBm
2
0
4
55
Date setting+weekday w
ddmmyyw
sunday
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hhnnkkjj
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
thursday
friday
saturday
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00
01
02
03
04
05
06
7
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
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