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DoorPhone VoIP
Slim IPDP – 01
Slim IPDP – 02
Slim IPDP – 01C
Slim IPDP – 02C
Slim IPDP – 01C antivandal
Installation and Operating Instructions
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Welcome
We congratulate you on purchase of “Slim IP Door phone -VoIP” (VoIP
= Voice over IP), which is the improved version of successful “New DoorPhone”
(NUDV). This DoorPhone VoIP will widely manage to satisfy your needs of
communication with persons at the building front door or your company entry,
or family house doorway. The universality lies in possibility to connect this
guard to an Ethernet network or VoIP exchange or directly to SIP server
through internet conection.
The basic DoorPhone VoIP module Slim IPDP-01 is supplied with 1
button, Slim IPDP-02 is supplied with 2 buttons The next version of basic VoIP
modules (Slim IPDP-01C and Slim IPDP-02C or Slim IPDP-01C antivandal)
is with integrated colour camera.
The Doorphone is supplied from AC/DC powersupply 12V or receives
power through the PoE (Power over Ethernet) technology. No additional
cabling fot power is therefore necessary.The basic features include the
possibility to open up to two doors by means of connected electrical locks (the
buttons can be used for door code opening). IPDP is configured over an
integrated web server, which can be controlled from any web browser, e.g., IE,
Mozilla Firefox.
The manufacturer continuously improves the product firmware. The
technology used allows you to upload to IPDP the latest version of the
firmware any time using a standard computer. The latest version of the
firmware is available at
http://www.alphatech.cz/ipdp-firmware/e_firmware.htm
You will find the necessary on page 29 of this manual. We recommend
that you use the latest version of the firmware, which brings new functions
and patches. At http://www.alphatech.cz/engl/e_ipdp-slim.htm you will
also find the latest version of the user documentation.
Manual version V6.0
10-2-2011
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Table of Contents
DOORPHONE VOIP ............................................................................................................. 1
1
BASIC DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................ 5
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.4.1
1.5
1.5.1
1.5.2
1.5.3
1.5.4
1.5.5
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FEATURES .............................................................................................................. 5
TERMINOLOGY ........................................................................................................ 6
MODULE ASSEMBLY ............................................................................................... 7
MODULE FEATURES ................................................................................................ 7
Slim IPDP Basic Module .................................................................................. 7
INSTALLATION OF DOORPHONE VOIP ASSEMBLY .................................................... 12
Open and close the cover of Slim IPDP ........................................................... 12
Dismounting lighting of nameplate................................................................... 13
Assembly Slim IPDP on the wall ...................................................................... 13
Return lighting name plate after mounting on the wall. ..................................... 14
Change of nameplates ..................................................................................... 14
DOORPHONE VOIP OPERATION .......................................................................... 15
2.1
SIGNALING OVERVIEW .......................................................................................... 15
2.2
VISITOR AT DOOR ................................................................................................. 15
2.3
PERSON INSIDE OBJECT ......................................................................................... 16
2.3.1
Outgoing Call ................................................................................................. 16
2.3.2
Incoming Call ................................................................................................. 16
3
PROGRAMMING OF PARAMETERS ..................................................................... 17
3.1
BASIC VOIP SETTINGS ........................................................................................... 17
3.1.1
Choosing a mode and login ............................................................................. 17
3.1.2
Language option ............................................................................................. 19
3.1.3
Network settings .............................................................................................. 20
3.1.4
Peer to peer or SIP server connection .............................................................. 22
3.1.5
Audio codec setting ......................................................................................... 24
3.1.6
Setting video ................................................................................................... 25
3.1.7
Viewing the video (programme PopUp)............................................................ 26
3.1.8
Day intervals................................................................................................... 27
3.1.9
User interface ................................................................................................. 28
3.1.10
Service settings ........................................................................................... 29
3.1.11
Restart........................................................................................................ 30
3.1.12
Preparation style, language support ............................................................ 31
3.2
SETTING DOORPHONE PARAMETERS ....................................................................... 32
3.2.1
Basic Parameters ............................................................................................ 32
3.2.2
All about relays ............................................................................................... 33
3.2.3
Time Parameters ............................................................................................. 35
3.2.4
Direct Dialing – Memories .............................................................................. 36
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TECHNICAL PARAMETERS................................................................................... 37
4.1
4.2
4.3
4
ELECTRICAL PARAMETERS ..................................................................................... 37
MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS ..................................................................................... 37
PARAMETERS OF VIDEO, ACCESS ............................................................................. 38
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Basic Description
1.1
Features
Ø Voice communication is supplied only from telephone line
Ø Two 25digit numbers (IP adress) with each button
Ø Commands can be used for a doophone two or a single digit (command
55 is reduced to 5 so that we save * 5 instead of the original 55)
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Day/night switching - automatic week program
Possibility of the call extension by * or # choice
Possible to connect two independent locks for door opening
Possible use of 5 switch modes (e.g. camera, lighting, gradual
opening)
Two codes for hanging up the doorphone from telephone
Two codes for door opening from telephone
Six code locks (password from buttons at the door)
Integrated heating of printed circuit
Power supply 12V AC/DC, 500mA max or PoE technology
White LED for automatic ligting for camera
Permanent lighting through visiting cards
Included color camera (autofocus)
Ethernet – 10/100Mb with standard 10BaseT a 100BaseTx
Web server for remote configuration – BOA
Operating system – Linux 2.6
USB for connection internal camera – USB guest 1.1, software
GSPCA software for video transmission to the browsers in PC –
W3CAM(J-PEG, RTSP Streem) and stream H.263
SIP connection P2P or PBX network system
WEB – firmware upgradeable
WEB – interface for control and setup parameters
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Terminology
Ethernet is a family of frame-based computer networking technologies for local area
networks (LANs).
A local area network (LAN) is a computer network covering a small physical area,
like a home, office, or small group of buildings, such as a school, or an airport
10BASE-T runs over four wires (two twisted pairs) on a Category 3 or Category 5
cable.
100BASE-TX Uses two pairs, but requires Category 5 cable (FastEthernet)
Twisted pair cabling is a form of wiring in which two conductors (the forward and
return conductors of a single circuit) are twisted together for the purposes of
canceling out electromagnetic interference (EMI) from external sources.
UTP (unshielded twisted pair) cable is not surrounded by any shielding.
STP (shielded twisted pair) cables are often shielded in attempt to prevent
electromagnetic interference.
The World Wide Web (commonly abbreviated as the "Web") is a system of
interlinked hypertext documents accessed via the Internet.
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is an application-level protocol for distributed,
collaborative, hypermedia information systems.
Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a serial bus standard to connect devices to a host
computer.
A video codec is a device or software that enables video compression and/or
decompression for digital video. H.264 is a standard for video compression, and is
equivalent to MPEG-4 AVC. H.263 is a video codec standard originally designed as
a low-bitrate compressed format for videoconferencing. MPEG-4 is collection of
methods defining compression of audio and visual (AV) digital data.
JPEG is a commonly used method of compression for photographic images.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a general term for a family of transmission
technologies for delivery of voice communications over IP networks such as the
Internet.
The Internet Protocol Suite (commonly known as TCP/IP) is the set of
communications protocols used for the Internet
An Internet Protocol (IP) address is a numerical identification and logical address
that is assigned to devices participating in a computer network utilizing the Internet
Protocol for communication between its nodes.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a network application protocol
used by devices (DHCP clients) to obtain configuration information for operation in
an Internet Protocol network.
The Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that use the
standardized Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP).
An intranet is a private computer network that uses Internet technologies
Power over Ethernet or PoE technology describes a system to transfer electrical
power, along with data, to remote devices over standard twisted-pair cable in an
Ethernet network
Network Time Protocol (NTP), a means of synchronizing clocks over a computer
network.
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1.3 Module Assembly
The Slim IPDP are the basic modules with color camera Slim
IPDP-01/02C or without camera Slim IPDP-01/02. Antivandal panel is very
strong metal cover for increased endurance against vandalism.
Slim IPDP-01
Slim IPDP-02
Slim IPDP-01C
Slim IPDP-02C
(Slim IPDP-01C antivandal)
1.4 Module Features
1.4.1 Slim IPDP Basic Module
The Slim IPDP basic module is assembling from modules IP, PoE
mudul, camera module and motherboard. Positioning setting elements and
connectors are on picture 1.
For Slim IPDP is necessary used PoE power from switch or the AC
voltage of min. 11Vst - max. 15Vst or DC voltage of min. 12Vss to max. 18Vss
must be energized to “12V” terminal. This source loading depends on number
of modules, since it simultaneously serves feeding of lighting through visiting
cards – at max. number of connected modules the demand will not exceed
300mA. This source can be also used for feeding of lock(s), and then it is
necessary to consider the electrical lock demand. In practice the alternating
feeder 12V/1A mostly meets these demands.
IPDP receives power through the PoE (Power over Ethernet) technology. No
additional cabling is necessary. If your Ethernet is not equipped with the PoE
technology it is possible to use a PoE adaptor. If you use electric lock for
opening door, so you must for supply of the lock use power supply (only in
circuit with relay - contact), or use low power lock and for supply of the lock use
connector on visiting - card (back lighting buttons) and at supply by PoE is here
12V/350mA to disposal. Picture 4.
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Picture 1 Basic module - motherboard
The connection of relay contact terminals is shown on pict. 2. The “NO”
designation means an idle-disconnected contact, “COM” means a pin contact
(middle) and “NC” means an idle-connected contact. The contacts of both
switches are galvanically isolated each other and from other guard circuits. The
variants of connection are shown on picture. 3 and 4.
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Picture 2. Connect Slim IPDP
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Picture 3 Examples of relays connections
Picture 4 Examples of relays connections powered by PoE
ATTENTION - lock is must be low power consumption, max 350mA.
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Setting voice communication –
position trimmers are presetting
from manufacture and in majority
case agree with, therefore
changes setting altering only in
necessary case. Basic position
of trimmers, sense of rotation
and meaning trimmers are
illustration on picture 5.
Level of echo canceler adjust
silence of the microphone, to
make smaller acoustic feedback
and remove the echo
Picture 5 Setting of trimmers
setting sensitivity of sensor
ambient lighting determine at what decrease ambient light will be automatically
switching lighting LED for camera. This function is accesible only if is activated
IPDP (by talking).
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DIP switch setting basic operation and default
setting. See on picture 6.
State of DIP switch is reading at start the IPDP, i. e.
after reset. After get started system is necessary DIP
switch 3 and 4 always return to the position "On",
because at next reboot system would be new values
overwriting by default value.
Picture 6 DIP switch settings
1.5 Installation of DoorPhone VoIP Assembly
1.5.1
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Open and close the cover of Slim IPDP
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1.5.2
Dismounting lighting of nameplate
1.5.3
Assembly Slim IPDP on the wall
The installation is made by screwing to the wall by means of dowels.
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1.5.4
Return lighting name plate after mounting on the wall.
1.5.5
Change of nameplates
Each button has its separate nameplate hold by means of plastic flag
(see figure). The paper nameplates can be printed from Excel form (to be
downloaded on www.alphatech.cz/engl/basic.htm).
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2 DoorPhone VoIP Operation
2.1 Signaling Overview
The IPDP signals an acoustic conditions they may occur during
operation. Another signaling can be done by means of red LED (placed under
microphone hole). You can listen the signaling samples in Nset setting
program.
Condition
Tones
Tone frequency LED
Line lifting up
–▄–■–▀–
425-850-1275
Light
Line hanging up
–▀–■–▄
1275-850-425
Dark
Report after calling
–▄–■–▀–
425-850-1275
Light
Notice about call end
–■–■–■–
1275
Light
Parameter confirmation
––█––
Switch on (Reset)
–■–▄–■–
1275-850-1275
Blink
Error (anything, if unsuitable)
–■–■–■–■–■–■–
425….
Empty memory (no progr. numb.)
–█–▄–■–▄–■–▄–
850-1275-1700…
Waiting to talk
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-
Blinking
Is talk
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-
light
2.2 Visitor at Door
The IPDP function is influenced by setting of IPDP parameters.
The DoorPhone buttons are provided by nameplates or positions of
persons inside the object. The incoming person will press the corresponding
button, the DoorPhone will lift up the VoIP canale neither immediately (the
button is not the first number from code lock), or with delay and dial the
programmed phone number thru VoIP, but dial number differs by choice mode,
which is set in the DoorPhone :
- Day/night mode = being the DoorPhone in Day mode, so it is always
dialing a number set in table 1, in Night mode, it is always dialing a
number set in table 2. . Switching is possible use manual (two codes)
or automatic (table "Day intervals") and here you can set the switch
to three day intervals for 7 days a week. To facilitate proper function
is to set the IP address of the NTP server and network settings so
that the DoorPhone IPDP should have access to the Internet. In
automatic mode, day / night mode is also possible to use a
temporary manual switch, which cancels the first passage of the next
automatic switching interval.
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mode two number group = first press – it always dials a number set
in table 1. By repeated press of the same button or detection of busy
tone after dialing the DoorPhone will select the number from the
second group (table 2). The next press of the same button again
selects a number of the first group, etc..……
The switch (code lock) can be controlled by first 1-2 buttons of
DoorPhone. If the visitor at door presses buttons in such combination that meet
the preprogrammed code and the time among presses is not bigger than the
set point, then the DoorPhone will pick up and close the corresponding switch
(if set in m=1 or m=5 modes) to the period given by seting in parameters. Then
it will hang up.
2.3 Person Inside Object
The person inside object is considered a person that is in phone contact
with DoorPhone.
2.3.1
Outgoing Call
The outgoing call is the call from DoorPhone (caused by visitor). After
guard choice the telephone is ringing inside object and the pickuping up will
allow speaking to the visitor at door. The code choice can close the switch, if
set to m=1 or m=5 modes, change over the Day/Night modes and hang up the
DoorPhone. The DoorPhone in 10 seconds before call end will send a notice
about call end and the call may be extended by sign selection (* or #). The
telephone hanging up will end the call.
They are two possible means transmission information of push
buttons (command for opening lock, switch-over day/night, prolongation
conversation, command for hang-up) - by either in "RTP channels" or in
"SIP info", variant "inband DTMF" isn't in IPDP decoding.
2.3.2
Incoming Call
The incoming call is the call to the DoorPhone (caused by person inside
object). After exchange number selection, where the DoorPhone is connected,
the DoorPhone is ringing and when set number of rings is over, the DoorPhone
will pick up and it is possible to speak. The possibilities are the same as with
outgoing call.
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3 Programming of Parameters
3.1 Basic VoIP settings
3.1.1
Choosing a mode and login
It is important to choose a DoorPhone mode
first. The DoorPhone can work in the PeerToPeer
mode or SIP server mode. The mode setting can be
made by a relevant switch (DIP switch see on picture
7). In the SIP server mode is possible to choose SIP
server (external). It can be set in a configuration
interface of the DoorPhone.
Setting values in doorphone to the firm setting
make by DIP switch 3 move to the position off and
reboot doorphone. After reboot system this switch is
necessary return to the position On.
Setting of basic IP address
192.168.1.250 make by DIP switch 4
Picture 7 DIP switch setting
move to the position off and reboot
doorphone. After reboot system this switch is necessary return to the position
On.
Reboot doorphone it is possible make by double ways – partly turn it off
and on again, or clicks on „Restart", in WEB site is at the entry service.
IP address of doorphone is from the manufacturer (as well as default)
setting on 192.168.1.250. If you are at installation in other numbering nets (=
NOT BEGINING 192.168.1.xxx) so is necessary setting in feature of protocol
TCP/IP in your PC IP address either temporarily or like alternative configuration
e.g . 192.168.1.245 . Then it is possible setting parameters of doorphone
including new IP address and after reboot VoIP module in doorphone you can
attach to WEB sites of the doorphone already on new IP address.
ATTENTION: DIP switch 3 and 4 must be in position "On", otherwise new IP
address after reboot module is re-write back on starting IP address =
192.168.1.250.
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In your web browser enter IP address of the DoorPhone, default is
192.168.1.250. See picture 8.
Picture 8 First site - video from camera
Enter user name and password. User name is „admin“, default password
is „1234“. See picture 9.
Picture 9 Login to setup
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3.1.2
Language option
Language setting can be made in a menu on the left panel. Adding language is
description on page 29
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3.1.3
Network settings
Network settings are located in the Network seting menu item. It is possible to
use DHCP service (1) or you can enter IP addresses manually.
Manual configuration:
After making changes click on a save and restart button.
1. Hostname – name of doorphone for resolution in nets (e.g . while using
more doorphones – more entrance)
2. Enable/disable ethernet settings via DHCP
3. Setting IP address, mask, eventually next network parameters, in case
obscurity contact his IT manager
4. Display actual mode of IPDP – day / night
5. Return on introductory WEB site with display videos from cameras IPDP
6. short help for quick assistance in setting the parameters1 –
7. Default value – presetings to the firm settings. After making changes click
on a save and restart button (display screen - see page 30).
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DHCP configuration:
After making changes click on a save and restart button.
1. Hostname – name of doorphone for resolution in nets (e.g . while using
more doorphones – more entrance)
2. Enable/disable ethernet settings via DHCP
3. DHCP client ID is name, which using for assigning two IP address to only
thing the MAC address (in IPDP porter has meaning as far as will be
including internal SIP server)
4. display parameters automatically assign by DHCP - IP address and next
setting
5. Default value – presetings to the firm settings. After making changes click
on a save and restart button (display screen - see page 30).
Important: if you use setup via DHCP, then it‘s assigning IP address to
DoorPhone automatically and network administrator must tell you actual
address, to was possibility display video in web browser. Because assigning IP
adress can change after e.g . failure power supply in object, so they
recommended enjoy DoorPhone with fixed IP address.
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3.1.4
Peer to peer or SIP server connection
The DoorPhone can be set to the peer to peer (P2P) mode or to the SIP
server mode by DIP switch (page 17). In P2P mode DoorPhone calling IP
adress – in memory buttons (page 36).
After making changes use the save changes button.
1. choice signalling of incomming call by default Ringing, possible change on
Session progress - added for some SIP proxy servers that the it require
2. Symmetrical RTP - added for some SIP proxy servers that the it require
3. Possibility to change the sending of DTMF DoorPhone (inband is not
supported)
4. Default value – presetings to the firm settings. After making changes use
the save changes button.
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If you setting SIP server mode by DIP switch, so change site of SIP
parameters
After making changes use the save changes button.
1. SIP proxy server IP address or SIP server name and port (usually
5060/5061) - via the server connection is made
2. SIP registrar server IP address or SIP server name and port (usually
5060/5061) - on this site registration is made, if you do not, so registration is
done at the SIP proxy server
3. Registering data to SIP proxy server (aren't obligatory)
4. Name of the participant, usually a phone number to DoorPhone (the line to
which is attached)
5. Expiration is interval of sending requests for re-registration in SIP server
6. choice signalling of incomming call by default Ringing, possible change on
Session progress - added for some SIP proxy servers that the it require
7. Symmetrical RTP - added for some SIP proxy servers that the it require
8. Possibility to change the sending of DTMF DoorPhone (inband is not
supported)
9. Default value – presetings to the firm settings. After making changes use
the save changes button
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3.1.5
Audio codec setting
After making changes use the save changes button.
1. There is choosing only priority using audio codecs, used codec is selection
automatically at make audio connection in SIP protocol.
2. Default value – presetings to the firm settings. After making changes use
the save changes button.
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3.1.6
Setting video
After making changes use the save changes button.
1. Resolution display video
2. Number picture per second (frequency restoring picture)
3. Setting next parameters of camera
4. Default value – presetings to the firm settings. After making changes use
the save changes button.
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3.1.7
Viewing the video (programme PopUp)
Video in doorphone IPDP is capture by USB WEB camera. Picture from
camera is sending partly like series JPEG pictures to the environment WEB
browser (first page on IP address IPDP doorphone) and second method is, that
IPDP sending stream video in coding H.263 and in future H.264. This stream
video is possible watch e.g . on telephone Grandstream series GXV3000,
which has big LCD display.
Next interesting way watching videos from IPDP is install PopUp program
UDVGUARD for Windows. This programme also with manual is freely
download on http://www.alphatech.cz/engl/e_ipdp.htm. Programme except
display the video has even this interesting functions:
- at conversation IPDP is program automatically activate from system tray of
Windows to the foreground and display picture from IPDP, after
termination talk again minimalize (function PopUp)
- makes it possible switch on by click both relay in IPDP – opening door
- makes it possible acoustic connection with IPDP – if doorphone call on
address PC with installed and running programme, so it is possible receive
conversation from IPDP through the medium sound card in PC. Click on
button DoorPhone in program it is possible reversely call to IPDP
- programme it is possible install to the max.100 computers in net, if is
active connection with IPDP, so to all computers with running program
maximize window with displayed video. In programme is adjust IP address
of doorphone, thereby it is possible in one nets operate more Slim IPDP
and to which IPDP programme is coresponded individual "Hostname"
setting to page.20 and this Hostname is displays in header of programme
PopUp.
Parameters of video is on page 38
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3.1.8
Day intervals
Display only if you check automatic switch Day/Night mode on Basic parameter
- page 32. Function with firmware V5.8 and higher.
After making changes use the save changes button.
1. Display actual internal time (you must setting in "Service" time server)
2. Table of time interval - interval is meaning where is day, the rest is night.
For example: interval 1 = 08:00-12:00, interval 2 = 14:00-17:00 - from
00:00 to 7:59 is night, from 8:00 to 12:00 is day, from 12:01 to 13:59 is
night, from 14:00 to 17:00 is day and from 17:01 to 23:59 is night.
3. Default value – presetings to the firm settings. After making changes use
the save changes button.
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3.1.9
User interface
After making changes use the save changes button.
1. Possibility switch off displaying videos on start page - safety device
2. Additional security is password protection to secure access to
http://ipaddress/video.jpeg (image from the camera).
ATTENTION: this option has the effect that stops function the program
PopUp and videos on the SNOM phone !
3. Possibility switch off video in VoIP call (video in call makes at some
systems problem)
4. Possibility change port from conventional 80 to other
5. Possibility disable / enable access over telnet
6. Default value – presetings to the firm settings. After making changes use
the save changes button..
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3.1.10 Service settings
1. display current version of firmware in module VoIP and in module
doorphone. Button "Basic LOG" or "Extended LOG" displays to the what
state LOG switch, it means you see "Extended LOG" so they switch to the
basic LOG and back to, in short switch you have such LOG, which don't see
writing on button.
2. Click on "Download log file" file save to you choice place. File has extension
".BIN", this is necessary rename on ".TAR". To unpacking archive "tar" use
e.g . programme "PowerArchiver". File from file equip extension ".TXT". Last
notice is thereon, that the text file hasn't standard ending rows CR LF but
only LF. To safe display get past e.g . programme "PSPad".
3. Click on "Show call log" will display history of call for SIP - only call
instructions.
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Show register log - here’s displayed action registration and result successful/unsuccessful
4. Click on "Show VoIP log" start VoIP monitor - log file which is running in
new browser window - online displays events.
5. Time server is IP adress of NTP server with time data (actual time in module
VoIP is displayed in "Day intervals") if doesn't know address of NTP, you
use * and system automatic choose acceptable (to the little window write *
and click on save).
6. Syslog server is IP adress of computer where is running syslog aplication
for collection network events
7. tool for upgrade firmware in module VoIP and in module doorphone,
switching automatic - information is in upload fille. Next in this tool is
possible change environment of WEB sites - colours, fonts, frames…
8. Addition / change language file - upload fille with language assignment
9. Save configuration - save actual setting in IPDP (all features)
10. Restore configuration - restores setting of all IPDP from file previously
storage configuration
11. Change access password, default is 1234
12. Reboot VoIP module.
3.1.11 Restart
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3.1.12 Preparation style, language support
File of style consist of three files packaged to the archive ".TAR".To unpacking
file "tar" use e.g . programme "PowerArchiver".
First file "upload_fw.sh is header file of style and this please didn't have.
Second file is HTML style in syntax HTML, it is possible change font size, fonts,
colours character and lines, background colour. To reliable display get past e.g
. programme "PSPad".
Third file is picture (logo your firm) sizes to the 200x200px in format GIF, JPG,
prefer GIF with setting transparent background, remove so rectangle around
your logos. Picture then rename on "logo.img"
To compress file use e.g . programme "PowerArchiver", set archive "tar" and
option "tarred".
Basic file for creation translation to the other language. Go out from English or
Czech, translation includes also text of Help. Name of file is name language in
menu, therefore are not using . and extension, for editing use e.g . programme
"PSPad".Translating only terms in quotation mark, preserve markings HTML
formatting. Character set is setting to ISO8859-2.
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3.2
Setting DoorPhone parameters
3.2.1
Basic Parameters
After making changes use the save changes button.
1. Mode of DoorPhone choice selects number per Day/Night DoorPhone
mode or selects numbers of the first and second groups.
2. Sign for call extension * or # (10sec before call end the DoorPhone will send
a notice, then the call may be extended)
3. Two commands in order to hang up the DoorPhone using both switches
[1 or 2 digits]. The advantage is to set the same command both for switch
closing and command to guard hanging up (page 33). Single digit command
is entered as the first character to replace with "star" *. For example, 2-digit
code to shorten it to 55 single-typing * 5 The command is then evaluated
with only one pressing 5 on the phone.
4. Command for DAY / NIGHT mode switching
Note: The switchover to Day/Night mode remains set in IPDP even after
power supply disconnection.
Single digit command is entered as the first character to replace with
"star" *. For example, 2-digit code to shorten it to 11 single-typing * 1 The
command is then evaluated with only one pressing 1 on the phone.
5. Automatic or manual switching Day - Night mode. Automatic switch setting
in "Day interface".
6. hasn't in this design sense, because isn't possible to connect keyboard
7. hasn't in this design sense, because isn't possible to connect keyboard
8. Possibility to turn off the camera for night illumination
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9. Default value – presetings to the firm settings. After making changes use
the save changes button.
ATTENTION! This parameters setting will sharply influence whole DoorPhone
function.
3.2.2
All about relays
After making changes use the save changes button.
1. Relay mode:
=1 switch mode – it will close on command or password for period t1/2
(used for electrical locks, gate opening etc.)
=2 camera mode – it will close by guard pick up and open by hanging up.
=3 lighting mode – it will close by guard pick up and stay closed even for
period t1/2 after guard hanging up.
=4 bell mode – it will close after button pressing and open after period t1/2
(used for e.g. external bell or horn connections).
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=5 gradual opening mode – in this mode the only relay 2 will be set
together with relay 1 set to mode 1. The relay 1 is activated for period t1,
then the time t3 is proceeding before relay 2 closing. Then the relay 2 is
activated for t2 period and afterwards the DoorPhone hangs up.
Note: The only relay 1 can be activated from phone and all sequence started.
Besides that the relay 2 can be separately activated from buttons by password.
2. password for relay closing from buttons or keyboard [2 to 6 digits]. Total 6
passwords, they are controlled by Day/Night; the combination is entered
either by DoorPhone buttons (first 1/2 buttons) or from attached keyboard
(after pressing of key symbol). The relay closing influences the set switch
mode and Day/Night switchover. By setting of choice mode of 2 number
groups the DoorPhone is permanently in DAY mode.
By password choice some rules have to be observed:
§ Select passwords in way not to find its combination out from
wear of certain buttons by frequent use.
§ Select the first password button from frequentless button for
direct dialing (-extends choice time)(-not valid for keyboard).
§ Pay attention to congruity of password numbers when one
password includes other one, e.g. relay 1 has 1212 and relay 2
has 12121. Then after second pressing button 2 the only relay
1 is called, but password choice 212 for relay 2 can call both
relays after secon pressing button 2.
3. Command from phone after relay closing [2 digits]. The same command
can be set for both relays, then they are activated at the same time. The
advantage is to set the same command both for relay closing and
command to DoorPhone hanging up (page 32).
Single digit command is entered as the first character to replace with
"star" *. For example, 2-digit code to shorten it to 55 single-typing * 5 The
command is then evaluated with only one pressing 5 on the phone.
4. Duration of relay closing in second [2 digits 01-99]
5. To prohibit the control during incoming call is important e.g. when using
relay 2 in mode 1 for control of garage gate opening, when the electronics
opens the gate and the gate is closed by car passage. Then the control
from phone could undesirably cause the permanent gate opening (not
closed – no car passage).
6. time in second between close relays 1 and 2 by mode setting of relay 2 is 5
(gradual opening) [2 digits 01-99]
7. Default value – presetings to the firm settings. After making changes use
the save changes button.
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3.2.3
Time Parameters
After making changes use the save changes button.
1. max. time, for which the DoorPhone is hanging up, this time can be
extended during call by sign choice from telephone (* or #) – see page 32.
2. Number of incoming call rings, the DoorPhone pick up after preseted
number of rings. After detection first ring – LED on front panel blinking. The
number can be set from 1 to 9.
3. max. time [sec] among button presses [range 1-9]
switch closing – if time between two next presses is bigger than w time,
the code is not evaluated correctly.
dialing – if the button, we are pressing, is the first password number for
switch closing, so the choice is delayed by this w time.
4. time [sec] for which the guard will hang up, before repeated dialing (button
pressing during call or dialing, busy tone detection) [range 1-5]
5. after finishing the dialing it calculates time (ringing tones). If the number
exceeds time in second, it will hang up [range 10-99]. The dialing is
repeated in case, when the dialing mode of 2 groups is set.
6. In default is status of DoorPhone signalling acoustically. If signalling makes
problem, so this signalling pick up / hang up prohibited.
7. In default is status of DoorPhone signalling acoustically. If signalling makes
problem, so this signalling others tones prohibited.
8. Default value – presetings to the firm settings. After making changes use
the save changes button.
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3.2.4
Direct Dialing – Memories
After making changes use the save changes button.
1. telephone number up to 16 digits, we want to store. The numbers are the
numbers of the first group or numbers of Day mode. In default setting is
table memoirs empty. While using setting P2P to the memoirs saves IP
address e.g . 192*168*1*250, where „*“ means „.“ , while using SIP proxy
server to the memoirs saves phone number e.g. 117.
2. telephone number up to 16 digits, we want to store. The numbers are the
numbers of the second group or numbers of Night mode. In default setting
is table memoirs empty. While using setting P2P to the memoirs saves IP
address e.g . 192*168*1*250, where „*“ means „.“ , while using SIP proxy
server to the memoirs saves phone number e.g . 117.
Note: The switchover to Day/Night mode remains set in DoorPhone even
after power supply disconnection.
3. Default value – presetings to the firm settings. After making changes use
the save changes button.
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4 Technical Parameters
4.1 Electrical Parameters
Parameter
Value
Communication interface
VoIP protocol supported
Audio
Ethernet 10BaseT, 100BaseTx
SIP
G.711u, G.711a, G.726-32b, GSM
série JPEG, MJPG, stream H.263 (CIF)
(H.264 in future)
300Hz – 3400 Hz
12Vss ± 2V , 12Vst ± 1V
IEEE802,3af Altern. A+B
300mA
12Vss
48V
at I < 1A
2A
at U < 30 V
- 20 to + 70°C
Video
Band width
Power supply - adapter
- or PoE
Max. consumption
Max. voltage of switch contact
Max. current of switch contact
Operational temperature
Conditions
4.2 Mechanical dimensions
Type of item
dimensions HxWxD [mm]
Slim IPDP-01
Slim IPDP-02
Slim IPDP-01C
Slim IPDP-02C
Slim
IPDP-01C
antivandal
185 x 99 x
185 x 99 x
185 x 99 x
185 x 99 x
40
40
40
40
185 x 99 x 40
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4.3 Parameters of video, access
Video for WEB:
InternetExplorer - (batch JPEG pictures - port 80) is used over and over
again repeated http request ADRESA/video.jpg
Mozilla, opera, Firefox … and programme PopUp (UDVguard) - (MJPEG
stream - port 80) is used http request ADRESA/video.mjpg (sometimes it
is necessary reload than it start up).This video is continuous and has
smaller load nets.
Stream video for IP phones:
H.263 - IPDPvrátný and videophone settling over SIP/SDP protocol on
standard SIP port and video (also sound) then runs by RTP protocol on
ports settle over SIP (usually 9078).
Parameters of video:
JPG pictures creates in camera and for all transport protocol are same
Size (resolution) of video selects in "Setting video" on WEB
Maximum size is given by type USB camera and mostly is 640x480
Stream H.263 knows only CIF resolution (352x288), so that bigger
JPEG is cuts and smaller will frame
Frequency (1 5obr./sec) JPG pictures selects in "Setting video" on WEB
Frequency MJPG and Stream H.263 comes from camera, will use every
second and result is moves among 7- 12 fig./sec
Ports:
Port 80 for http (WEB pages and JPG (MJPG) video on them)
Port 5060 for SIP
Ports RTP with adverse party reason with over SIP, usually suggests
port 7078 for audio and port 9078 for video
Telnet: name: root / password:876
Setup: Default IP address 192.168.1.250
name: admin / password: 1234
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Guarantee conditions:
The product was shop-checked. The producer guarantees that this product will
keep the features described in these operating instructions in the course of
guarantee provided that the user will be handled with it as described in the
operating manual. The guarantee will be extended by period of possible
guarantee repair.
When claiming in guarantee period please contact your dealer. The producer
only will make the guarantee repairs. Attach the description of claim reason,
proof of purchase and your exact address to the product.
The guarantee does not include:
• mechanical, thermal, chemical and other damages caused by user’s
activities
• defects caused by natural disasters
• defects caused by repair or changes carried out by user or other
unauthorized person
• willful damage of product
• incorrect use of product caused by other use than specified in
operating manual (e.g. installation, programming)
• damages caused during product transport to customer and from
supplier
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