ENFORCER DP-236Q Specifications

DP-236Q
Wireless Video Door Phone
Manual
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Wireless operation – camera and monitor can
operate from up to 492ft (150m)2 away
Camera has built-in IR LEDs for nighttime
operation
Remotely and securely talk to visitors and
unlock doors or gates via the monitor
Lightweight monitor can be carried around the
premises while talking to the visitor
Connect up to two additional monitors1
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Camera includes a built-in PIR sensor that
activates the camera and takes photos of the
visitor when he or she approaches
Monitor includes a kickstand and a charging
base
Camera powered by 9~16 VAC/5~16 VDC
Monitor front door at any time
Egress input
120° wide viewing angle
and third monitors sold separately.
range. Actual range may vary depending on the installation and operating environment.
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Table of Contents:
Introduction ....................................................... 2
Parts List ........................................................... 2
Also Available ................................................... 2
Specifications .................................................... 3
Overview ........................................................... 3
Display Overview .............................................. 4
Installation Notes .............................................. 4
Camera Wiring Diagram ................................... 5
Sample Application ........................................... 5
Installation – Camera ........................................ 6
Installation – Monitor ...................................... 6-7
Programming .................................................... 8
Operating the Wireless
Video Door Phone .................................... 9-10
Pairing Additional Monitors ............................. 10
Resetting the Camera
and Pairing a First Monitor .......................... 11
Tamper Alarm ................................................. 11
Troubleshooting .............................................. 12
Warranty ......................................................... 12
Introduction:
The ENFORCER Wireless Video Door Phone is the convenient and secure way to monitor and
control an entryway such as a door or gate from nearly 492 feet (150 meters) away.
When a guest or visitor presses the doorbell button on the camera unit, the homeowner can use
one of up to three lightweight wireless LCD monitors to see who is requesting entry, speak with the
caller, take a photo, and decide whether or not to grant entry.
Parts List:
DP-236Q
Complete Kit
1x Monitor (DP-236MQ)1
1x Camera (DP-236CQ)1
1x Monitor charger stand
1x Monitor kick stand
1x AC Power adapter with USB port (for monitor)
1x USB Cable (for monitor)
2x Rechargeable lithium ion batteries
(for monitor and camera)
1x AC Power adapter with DC plug (for camera)
1x DC Jack with pigtail (for camera)
5x Mounting screws
5x Screw anchors
2x Camera screw
1x Screw cover
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By default, the monitor in the
DP-236Q Complete Kit is paired
with the camera.
DP-236-MQ
Additional Monitor Unit
1x Monitor2
1x Monitor charger stand
1x Monitor kick stand
1x AC Power adapter with USB port
(for monitor)
1x USB Cable
1x Rechargeable lithium ion battery
Also Available:
DP-236-SQ
Replacement Monitor Charger Stand
DP-236-BQ
Replacement Battery
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Additional monitors are not
automatically paired with the
camera. See pg. 10, Pairing
Additional Monitors.
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Specifications:
Type
Chip
Resolution
Lens
Viewing angle
Operating voltage
Relock delay
Relay output
Active
Current
draw
Standby
Active
Battery
life
Standby
PIR Detection range
PIR Detection angle
Dimensions
Weight
Operating temperature
Camera
Color Camera
CMOS
480 TV Lines
2mm
120°
9~16 VAC/5~16 VDC
1~6 s
3A@250VAC/30VDC
250mA@4.2VDC
3mA@4.2VDC
4.4 Hours
366 Hours (15 days)
9’ (3m)
138°
511/16”x31/8”x23/8”
(144x80x60 mm)
with bracket
4.3-oz (122g)
14°~122° F (-10°~50° C)
Display
Operating voltage
Active
Current
draw
Standby
Active
Battery
life
Standby
Operating frequency
Wireless range
Dimensions
Weight
Operating temperature
Monitor
33/8” (86mm) TFT
5VDC (adapter) or
3.7VDC (battery)
250mA@4.2VDC
5mA@4.2VDC
4.4 Hours
220 Hours (9 days)
2.4GHz
492’ (150m)*
5”x33/8”x7/8”
(127x85x22 mm)
3.9-oz (110g)
32°~104° F (0°~40° C)
*Line-of-sight range. Actual range may vary depending on the
installation and operating environment.
Overview:
Camera
Wiring connections
(see pg. 5)
Reset button
Camera
IR LEDs
PIR Sensor
Reset
Speaker
Battery cover
Status LED
Doorbell
Microphone
Monitor
Charging
indicator
3 3 /8 ”
Status LED
Up
Down/Gallery
(86mm)
Volume buttons
Talk
View
Photo/Settings
ON/OFF Button:
- Turn monitor
ON/OFF
- Standby mode
- Unlock door
USB Connector
(Mini-B)
Microphone
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Display Overview:
: Signal Strength – Displays the wireless signal strength
: Time – Displays the current time
: PIR – Displays when the PIR sensor is turned on
: Ringer – Displays if the ringer is audible or muted
: Missed Call – Displays when there is a missed call
: Two-Way Communication – Displays when the monitor and camera station can hear
each other
: Relay – Displays while the relay is active
: Camera Battery: Displays the current camera station battery level
: Monitor Battery: Displays the current monitor station battery level
Installation Notes:
1. Unpack the video door phone and note the included parts.
2. Read this manual thoroughly. A clear understanding of the manual will make installation and
operation much easier.
3. Find a good location to mount the monitor and camera.
4. Avoid mounting the camera or monitor near sources of strong electromagnetic signals or other
electronic devices that may cause interference.
5. Avoid mounting the camera in direct sunlight or exposing the camera to strong vibrations, direct
rain, or moisture, which could result in damage to the camera.
6. The monitor and camera contain no user-serviceable parts. Opening them may damage
sensitive components and will void the warranty.
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N.C. Output
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N.O. Output
Egress input (N.O., -)
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COM
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Camera Wiring Diagram:
(–) 9~16 VAC/
(+) 5~16 VDC
1) Positive (+) power input. Connect to the red wire of the included AC adapter or to the positive
wire of the doorbell’s power supply.
2) Negative (-) power input. Connect to the black wire of the included AC adapter or to the
negative wire of the doorbell’s power supply.
3) Egress (N.O.) negative input. Connect to an optional N.O. egress device. The egress device
will activate the relay for the same length as the lock delay. (See pg. 8, Programming the
lock delay).
4) N.O. (Normally opened) output. Wire to the lock device for fail-secure operation.
5) N.C. (Normally closed) output. Wire to the lock device for fail-safe operation.
6) Common output. Wire to the power supply of the lock device.
NOTE: For 16VAC doorbell installation, wire directly from the doorbell’s transformer.
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Sample Application:
Electric strike
power supply
COM
N.C.
N.O.
Egress input (N.O., -)
(–)
(+)
Fail-secure
electric strike
PUSH
TO
EXIT
Request-to-exit plate
Camera
Negative (-) (black wire)
Positive (+) (red wire)
To the included AC adapter or
the doorbell’s transformer
• The camera is connected to its included AC adapter.
• The egress input is connected to a Request-to-Exit Plate. The homeowner can exit the
premises by pressing this button.
• The N.O. (normally open) output is wired to an electric lock. The camera and the Request-toExit Plate both activate the strike, allowing entry or egress.
• The electric lock’s power supply is wired to the COM (common) output.
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Installation – Camera:
1. Position the camera so the area to be monitored is easily visible,
optimally 5ft (1.5m) above the ground. Do not position the
camera in direct sunlight, or where it will be exposed directly to
rain or snow.
NOTE: For best results, the visitor should stand 2.5~5ft
(0.8~1.5m) away from camera.
2. Cut a hole large enough to run the min. 21AWG 2-conductor
wire to the door unlock device through the wall, as well as to the
included power supply.
3. Install the camera bracket to the wall with three screws. Use
screw anchors if the bracket is mounted on drywall or brick.
4. Run the 2-conductor wire from the camera through the wire hole
in the bracket to the optional door unlock device.
5. Install the rechargeable lithium ion battery into the camera. The
battery will act as a backup power source in case of a power
outage.
6. Connect the AC adapter (see Camera Wiring Diagram on pg. 5).
7. Mount the camera into the bracket:
o Push the top of the camera into the top of the bracket.
o Push the bottom of the camera into the bottom of the
bracket.
o Screw in the bottom of the camera to fix the camera into
the bracket and push the plastic screw cover into the
bottom of the bracket, over the screw.
NOTE: Do not block the PIR sensor on the camera.
5ft
(1.5m)
3 3 /4 ”
(96mm)
22/16” (54mm)
Installation – Monitor:
Install the monitor battery:
Remove the battery cover on the back of the monitor and insert the included
BP-6M lithium ion battery.
BP-6M
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Installation – Monitor (continued):
Recharge the monitor battery:
There are two ways to recharge the monitor battery.
1. Place the
monitor into
the monitor
charger stand
and plug the
charger into
the stand.
2. Plug the charger directly into the monitor.
Turn monitor ON:
Hold the “ON/OFF” button for 3 seconds. The monitor will turn
ON with the ENFORCER screen.
ON/OFF
Standby mode:
If the monitor is on, press the “ON/OFF” button momentarily to
go to standby mode (if the display is ON) or to leave standby
mode (if the display is OFF).
The red indicator LED will flash once every three seconds in
standby mode.
Battery saver:
If the display is ON and there is no user action for 35 seconds,
Battery
the display will turn OFF and the monitor will go into standby
level
mode.
indicator
Low battery:
When the battery is low (indicated by 1 or 0 bars on the
Standby/
display’s battery icon), the red indicator LED will start to flash Low
once per second.
battery
indicator
Turn monitor OFF:
While the monitor’s display is ON, hold the “ON/OFF” button
for 3 seconds and the monitor will turn OFF.
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Programming:
1. While the monitor display is on, hold the “Photo/Settings” button for 3 seconds to enter
programming mode.
2. Press the “Photo/Settings” button to cycle through the programming options, including:
a. Time setup
b. Ringtone choice
c. Lock delay
d. PIR setup
3. To exit programming mode, press the “Photo/Settings” button to cycle through the remaining
programming modes, or press the “Talk” button to return to the home screen.
NOTE: If there is no activity, the monitor will exit programming mode and the display will turn
off in 35 seconds.
Programming the display time:
1. Hold the “Photo/Settings” button for 3 seconds
to enter programming mode.
2. Use the up and down arrow buttons on the
front of the monitor to highlight the area to be
changed.
3. Use the volume buttons (+/-) to adjust the time
or date.
Volume buttons
4. Press the “Talk” button to set the display time
and exit programming mode.
Arrow buttons
Photo/
Talk
Programming the ringtones:
Settings
1. Hold the “Photo/Settings” button for 3 seconds to enter programming mode, then
momentarily press the “Photo/Settings” button one time to select the ringtone display.
2. Use the up and down arrow buttons on the front of the monitor to choose one of 4 ringtones:
Telephone, Doorbell, “Für Elise”, or “Jingle Bells”. This is the tone the user will hear when a
visitor requests entry.
3. Use the volume buttons (+/-) to adjust the volume of the ringtone.
4. Press the “Talk” button to set the ringtone and exit programming mode.
Programming the lock delay:
This determines how long the relay output is active after the door has been unlocked.
1. Hold the “Photo/Settings” button for 3 seconds to enter programming mode, then momentarily
press the “Photo/Settings” button two times to select the lock delay.
2. Use the up and down arrow buttons on the front of the monitor to set the lock delay from 1 to 6
seconds. The default setting is 1 second.
3. Press the “Talk” button to set the lock delay and exit programming mode.
Programming the PIR sensor ON/OFF:
The camera has a built-in PIR (passive infrared) sensor to detect an approaching visitor and
automatically turns the camera on and captures a photo. It can be programmed ON or OFF.
1. Hold the “Photo/Settings” button for 3 seconds to enter programming mode, then briefly press
the “Photo/Settings” button three times to select the PIR mode.
2. Use the up and down arrow buttons on the front of the monitor to turn the PIR sensor ON
or OFF.
3. Press the “Talk” button to set the PIR sensor and exit programming mode.
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Operating the Wireless Video Door Phone:
Request entry:
1. Press the doorbell button on the camera.
2. Wait for someone to press the “ON/OFF” button on the monitor to unlock the door.
ON/OFF:
• Turn monitor
ON/OFF
• Standby
mode
• Unlock door
Talk
Doorbell
View
Photo/
Settings
Receive a visitor:
1. If a visitor presses the doorbell button on the camera, the monitor’s display turns ON and the
monitor sounds the chosen ring tone.
2. To talk with the visitor, press the “Talk” button.
3. To unlock the optional electronic door lock, press the “ON/OFF” button briefly while the
monitor is displaying the camera’s view.
4. Press the “Talk” button again to turn off the monitor.
View and/or talk to a visitor who has not pressed the doorbell button on the camera:
1. Press the “ON/OFF” button to turn the monitor’s display ON.
2. Press the monitor’s “View” button to turn the camera on. At this time, the monitor can hear
sound and view video from the camera.
3. Press the monitor’s “Talk” button to enable communication between the monitor and camera.
4. To unlock the optional electronic door lock, press the “ON/OFF” button momentarily while the
monitor is displaying the camera’s view.
NOTE: The “Talk” button must be pressed before pressing the “ON/OFF” button. Otherwise
pressing the “ON/OFF” button will turn off the monitor.
5. Press the monitor’s “View” button to mute the monitor or “Talk” button to end monitoring of the
camera.
Manually take a photo:
1. While the monitor is displaying the camera’s view, press the “Photo/Settings” button to
manually take a photo.
2. If the user does not answer a call within 5 seconds, the camera will take a photo
automatically.
NOTE: If the monitor’s battery is low, the photo-taking function will not work.
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Operating the Wireless Video Door Phone (continued):
Adjust the monitor’s color tint:
1. Press the “ON/OFF” button to turn the monitor’s
display ON.
2. Press the monitor’s “View” button to turn the
camera on.
3. While the camera’s image is displayed, press the up
and down arrows on the front of the monitor to turn Arrow
View
the brightness up and down.
Buttons
4. Press the monitor’s “View” button to save the
brightness setting and turn the camera off.
Talk
Photo/Settings
Access the photo gallery:
1. The monitor can be used to view up to 100 photos that have been captured by the camera,
and to delete photos no longer needed.
2. Press the “ON/OFF” button to turn the monitor’s display ON.
3. Press and hold the down arrow on the front of the monitor 3 seconds until the letter “P” and the
number of stored photos show on the top of the screen.
4. Press the up and down arrows on the front of the monitor to view the captured photos.
5. To delete a photo:
a. Press the “Photo/Settings” button.
b. Press the up and down arrows on the front of the monitor to select “Y” (yes, delete),
“N” (no, do not delete), or “ALL” (delete all photos).
c. Press the “Talk” button to select. If “Y” is selected, the photo will be deleted.
NOTE: Monitor will automatically delete the oldest photo when full.
NOTE: It is not possible to export internal photos.
Pairing Additional Monitors:
NOTE: By default, the monitor in the DP-236Q Complete Kit is paired with the camera. These
instructions apply to pairing a second or third monitor.
To pair a monitor with the camera:
1. Disable the tamper alarm:
a. Remove the camera from the bracket.
b. The tamper alarm will now sound. Press the “Talk” button on the already-paired
monitor repeatedly to disable the tamper alarm.
2. Pair the new monitor to the camera:
a. Turn on the monitor to be paired by holding the “ON/OFF” button for three seconds.
b. Quickly press the “ON/OFF” button three times. The screen will display “Pairing” for
about 15 seconds. The monitor will allow pairing only once per bootup, so you may
need to power it OFF and ON again if the attempt fails.
3. Pair the camera to the new monitor:
a. While the monitor displays “Pairing”, use a paperclip or other small object to press the
camera’s reset button twice.
b. Two or three beeps confirm the pairing of the second or third monitor respectively.
4. Return the camera to the bracket:
a. Mount the camera in the bracket.
b. Press the doorbell button on the camera to test the connection.
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Resetting the Camera and Pairing a First Monitor:
To reset the camera and pair a first monitor:
1. Clear the camera’s existing pairings:
a. Remove the camera from the bracket.
b. The alarm will begin to sound.
c. Remove the battery from the camera then replace the battery to deactivate the tamper
alarm.
d. Use a paper clip or other small object to press and hold the camera’s reset button for
three seconds. A beep confirms the pairings have been cleared.
2. Pair the monitor to the camera:
a. Turn on the monitor by holding the “ON/OFF” button for three seconds.
b. Quickly press the “ON/OFF” button three times. The screen will display “Pairing” for
about 15 seconds. The monitor will allow pairing only once per bootup, so you may
need to power it OFF and ON again if the attempt fails.
3. Pair the camera to the monitor:
a. While the monitor displays “Pairing”, press the camera’s reset button twice.
4. One beep confirms the pairing of the first monitor. Return the camera to the bracket:
a. Mount the camera in the bracket.
b. Press the doorbell button on the camera to test the connection.
Tamper Alarm:
The camera’s tamper alarm will sound when the camera is removed from its bracket, warning the
homeowner of possible vandalism. Only the first programmed monitor will sound an alarm.
NOTE: If the camera is removed and replaced within 2 seconds, the camera will instead send a
warning call to the monitor. Answer the call as normal by pressing the “Talk” button, and
then again to hang up the call.
1. To disable the tamper alarm if no monitors are paired with the camera:
a. Return the camera to the bracket.
b. If the alarm persists, unplug the camera and remove the battery.
c. Return the camera’s battery and reconnect it to power.
2. To disable the tamper alarm if one or more monitors are paired with the camera:
a. Repeatedly press the “Talk” button on one of the paired monitors to disable the
tamper alarm.
b. If the alarm persists, unplug the camera and remove the battery.
c. Unplug each monitor and remove each monitor’s battery.
d. Return the camera’s battery and reconnect it to power.
e. Insert each monitor’s battery and reconnect each monitor to power.
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Troubleshooting:
The monitor’s screen is blank.
• Make sure the “ON/OFF” button was pressed.
• Recharge the monitor’s battery.
• Plug the charger directly into the monitor.
The monitor recharges when plugged
• Check that the monitor is firmly seated in the charging
directly in, but not in the recharging stand.
stand, indicated by the cradle’s red charging light.
The monitor’s screen turns on, but
does not display the camera’s image.
The monitor’s screen image quality is
poor.
The monitor’s “ON/OFF” button does not
unlock the door’s optional locking device.
• Check that the monitor has been paired with the camera.
• Check that the monitor is within range of the camera.
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Adjust the monitor’s display brightness.
Clean the camera’s lens using a soft, clean cloth.
Change the position of the camera.
Move the monitor away from microwaves, television, lamps,
and other potential sources of electromagnetic interference.
• Check the wiring between the camera and the optional
door locking device.
• Check that the correct power supply is in use.
• Check that the unit is in two-way communication.
IMPORTANT: Users and installers of this product are responsible for ensuring this product complies with all national, state, and local laws
and statutes related to monitoring and recording audio and video signals. SECO-LARM will not be held responsible for the use of this product
in violation of any current laws or statutes.
WARNING: Stop using the camera if you see a malfunction such as smoke or unusual heat, as it could cause fire or electric shock. Do not
open the case of this device, as there are no field-serviceable components inside.
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT: FCC Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
 Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
 Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
 Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
The antennas used for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be
co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
WARRANTY: This SECO-LARM product is warranted against defects in material and workmanship while used in normal service for a period
of one (1) year from the date of sale to the original customer. SECO-LARM’s obligation is limited to the repair or replacement of any defective
part if the unit is returned, transportation prepaid, to SECO-LARM.
This Warranty is void if damage is caused by or attributed to acts of God, physical or electrical misuse or abuse, neglect, repair or alteration,
improper or abnormal usage, or faulty installation, or if for any other reason SECO-LARM determines that such equipment is not operating
properly as a result of causes other than defects in material and workmanship.
The sole obligation of SECO-LARM, and the purchaser’s exclusive remedy, shall be limited to replacement or repair only, at SECO-LARM’s
option. In no event shall SECO-LARM be liable for any special, collateral, incidental, or consequential personal or property damages of any
kind to the purchaser or anyone else.
NOTICE: The information and specifications printed in this manual are current at the time of publication. However, the SECO-LARM policy is
one of continual development and improvement. For this reason, SECO-LARM reserves the right to change specifications without notice.
SECO-LARM is also not responsible for misprints or typographical errors.
Copyright © 2014 SECO-LARM U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be reproduced or copied, in whole or in part, without
the written permission of SECO-LARM.
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