Alphatech IPDPS-01C User manual

ProTalk Door Entry System
PT-Door01
PT-Door01C
PT-Door02
PT-Door02C
PT-Door01CAV
Installation and User Manual
1 | P a g e WELCOME
Congratulations on purchasing the ‘ProTalk Door Entry’ system. This system will fulfil all
your business, and home, door entry communication needs.
The ProTalk Door Entry
system connects to your computer network and allows either peer to peer (P2P) calls (calls
direct to an IP address of another VoIP device) or calls to another number via the SIP
server.
There are several basic models to choose from; a one button system, a two buttons system
or a system with an integrated colour camera. There is also an Anti-vandal system in
anodized aluminium.
The unit is powered by either an AC/DC 12V power supply, which can also power an
electric door lock, or via a ‘Power over Ethernet’ (PoE) system.
The basic ProTalk Door Entry system includes an option to open, up to, two doors with
electric locks. The system is easily programmed via a user interface which is accessed via
a web browser.
The manufacturer constantly improves the firmware of this product.
The system can
download the latest version at anytime with the help of ordinary computer, the latest
firmware is available at http://www.alphatech.cz/ipdp-firmware/firmware.htm.
You will find the instructions how to do this on page 22 of this manual. We recommend that
you always download the latest version available to get the best out of the product features.
2 | P a g e TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
BASIC DESCRIPTION
4
1.1
Features
4
1.2
Terminology
6
1.3
Modules
6
1.4
Unit features
6
1.4.1
6
1.5
Door Entry System - Basic Unit
Door Entry System assembly
10
1.5.1
Front cover assembly and disassembly
10
1.5.2
Name tag back lighting disassembly
11
1.5.3
Wall mounting
11
1.5.4
Return of name tags after wall mounting
12
1.5.5
Name tag change
12
2
DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM OPERATION
13
2.1
Signalling
13
2.2
Caller at the door
13
2.3
Person in the building
14
2.3.1
Outbound call
14
2.3.2
Incoming call
14
3
PARAMETER PROGRAMMING
15
3.1
Basic VoIP settings
15
3.1.1
Choice of mode and sign in
15
3.1.2
Language setting
16
3.1.3
Network settings
17
3.1.4
Peer to peer or SIP server connection
18
3.1.5
Audio codec setting
19
3.1.6
Video setting
20
3.1.7
Video viewing (programme Pop-Up)
20
3.1.8
Day intervals
21
3.1.9
User interface
21
3.2
3.1.10 Service settings
22
3.1.11 Restart
23
3.1.12 Preparation style, language support
23
Door Entry System parameter setting
24
3.2.1
Basic Parameters
24
3.2.2
All about relays
25
3.2.3
Time Parameters
27
3.2.4
Direct Dialling – Memory numbers
28
4
TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
29
4.1
Electrical parameters
29
4.2
Mechanical parameters
29
4.3
Video parameters
29
3 | P a g e 1
BASIC DESCRIPTION
1.1
Basic Features
Door Entry Control Unit:

Buttons to dial extensions or groups;

Options for single/double buttoned which call different numbers/groups

Backlit buttons;

Two internal SPDT relays for controlling a door opener or light etc.

Relays controlled individually by DTMF tones; and

SIP Protocol.
Unit with IP camera (as above with):

Optional real-time IP camera viewed via a computer terminal;

View and talk to callers as well as opening the door remotely; and

Camera permanently operational, not just during calls.
ProTalk Support Kits:
1.2

A range of electronically controlled door devices to connect to the door phone;

12v power supplies with battery backup option;

Exit Relays; or

Bundles [of above] as complete door entry kits.
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,
such as 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
cancelling 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.
4 | P a g e 
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.
5 | P a g e 1.3
Models
There are several options of ‘ProTalk Door Entry System’ units to choose from,
namely:
PT-Door 01
PT-Door 02
PT-Door 01C
(PT-Door 01CAV)
PT-Door 02C
1.
A one buttoned unit (PT-Door 01);
2.
A twin buttoned unit (PT-Door 02);
3.
A one buttoned unit with colour camera (PT-Door 01C);
4.
A twin buttoned with colour camera (PT-Door-02C); and
5.
An Anti-vandal Unit with anodized aluminium cover to protect against vandalism, this
unit is only available as a one button unit with colour camera (PT-Door 02CAV).
1.4
Unit Features
1.4.1
Door Entry System - Basic Unit
The Door entry system internals consist of; a motherboard, an IP module, a PoE module
and a camera, see picture 1 for the setting and positioning of the modules.
We recommend that the system is powered by PoE technology, Alternating Current (AC
11Vts min. 15Vst max) or Direct Current (DC 12Vss min 18Vss max) connected via the ‘12V’
connector (as per picture 1).
The maximum power load is 300mA, depending on the
number of modules; you may also use this power source to power the electric locks. In
practice an AC 12V/1A would meet your demands.
The Door entry system is fitted with a UTP cable socket/PoE. If your network switch is fitted
with a PoE power supply or you have a separate PoE power supply (usually a small box, the
size of network adaptor at the end of the UTP cable) you won’t need the 12V supply as well.
If you opt to use a high powered electrically operated door mechanism you will need to
provide a separate power supply to the relay circuit. Alternatively, you could utilise a low
powered lock mechanism, which can be connected via the powered door bell (backlight)
6 | P a g e with the PoE system, as there sufficient power available in this system to accommodate this
(please see picture 4).
Picture 1 Motherboard
The connection of relay contact terminals is illustrated on picture 2. The “NO” annotation
means an idle-disconnected contact, “COM” means a pin contact (middle) and “NC” means
an idle-connected contact. The contacts of both connectors are galvanic insulated from
each other and also from other circuit contacts.
The alternative connections are shown on picture 3 and 4.
The camera can be tilted vertically (up and down) so that the optimal picture can be
achieved.
7 | P a g e Picture 2 - Connection of the Door Entry System
8 | P a g e Picture 3 - Connection of Relay Contact Terminal without PoE Power Source
Picture 4 - Connection of Relay Contact Terminal with PoE Power Source
NB. with low powered lock mechanism, max 350mA.
Voice Communication Setting
Volume settings have been preset by the
manufacturer. The preset position is shown
on picture 5. If changes are required these
can easily be made by using the trimmers
accordingly.
As the system works as a
phone the transmission may result in a voice
Picture 5
delay, however, the system is fitted with a circuit for echo attenuation which can also be
trimmed. The volume level is set such that the microphone will automatically switch off so
that the voice does not result in an echo, see picture 5.
9 | P a g e The light sensitivity trimmer allows you to set the level of light that triggers when the LED
lights come on. These lights shed additional lighting so that the camera will work at night.
The light sensitive sensor is only active during the call and automatically switches off at the
end.
DIP relay setting of base parameters and mode with DIP relay
Reserve
1.
Change of mode P2P/SIP server
2.
Basic setting – deletes all parameters and changes them
to factory setting (apart from number memory)
3.
Sets basic IP address to 192.168.1.250
Changes will take effect after restart. DIP relays 3 and 4 must
Picture 6
always be switched to the “on” position after the restart,
otherwise the new parameters or IP address will be lost and the unit will automatically revert
to the standard factory settings.
1.5
Door Entry system assembly
1.5.1
Front-cover Assembly and Disassembly
10 | P a g e 1.5.2
Name Tag Back Lighting Disassembly
1.5.3
Wall Mounting
The unit can be Wall mounted with the enclosed screws and wall plugs (screw driver
diameter 5mm).
11 | P a g e 1.5.4
Return of name tags after wall mounting
1.5.5
Name Tag Change
Each button has a card tag held in place with a plastic cover (see picture above). Paper
name tags of the correct size can be produced in an Excel worksheet if necessary.
12 | P a g e 2
DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM OPERATION
2.1
Signalling
System has operational acoustic signals and also red LED light (placed under the
microphone).
Condition
2.2
Tones
Tone Frequency
LED
Line pick up
425-850-1275
Light
Line drop
1275-850-425
Dark
Report After Call
425-850-1275
Light
End of Call Alert
425
Light
Confirm Command
1275
-
Reset (Turn on)
1275-850-1275
Flash
Error (any)
425...
-
Memory Empty
850-1275-1700...
-
Waiting to be Connected
-
-
Flash
Line Connected
-
-
Light
Caller at the door
The function of the Door entry system is influenced by the base setting.
The buttons are equipped with name tags (or functions) of the people in the building. The
Caller press the named button and the system will then pick up the phone, either
immediately (if the first button is the only number in the code) or with a small delay (time
between the buttons). The number dialled by the system will depend on the mode set on
the system:

Mode Day/Night: if the system is in DAY mode it will ‘always’ dials the number set in
the first column and in NIGHT mode it will ‘always’ dial number set in the second
column. The day/night mode relay is set in the “code switch over”. (a new system with
a time based, automatic day/night relay is currently in preparation);

Mode 2 Groups of numbers: the first button press will ‘always’ dial the number in
first column. A repeat press of the same button, in the event of a busy tone, or after
set number of rings (time before call answered and before a repeat choice) the
system will automatically dial the number in the second column. After a third press of
the same button a number from the first group is dialled and so on (i.e. after busy a
tone in group 2 the repeat dial is cancelled).
Should the caller press the button after the system has picked up, it will automatically hang
up (“hang up time before repeating option”), in this instance pick a new number.
From the System dial it is possible to control the door relay (code lock). If the caller presses
buttons in the previously programmed combination and in a time previously set in the
13 | P a g e parameters, the System will trip the appropriate relay (if it is set in modes m=1 to m=5) for a
given time, previously set in parameters.
2.3
Person(s) Inside the Building
‘Person(s) inside the building’ means anyone who is in telephone contact with the Door
Entry System.
2.3.1
Outbound Calls
An ‘outbound call’ is any call from the door entry System (i.e. from a visitor). When the
phone rings and is pick-up it will be possible to speak with the visitor at the door, by
choosing one of the modes (m=1 to m=5, Day/Night mode, hang up etc). 10 seconds into
any conversation the system will issue an end of call alert, by choosing ‘*/#’ it is possible to
prolong the call; the call will then be ended by hanging up.
There are two ways for information to be transmitted (door lock opening, Day/Night modes,
prolonging the call, command for hang-up etc); either by “RTP channel” or by “SIP info”, the
variant “in-band DTMF” isn’t available in this Door Entry System.
2.3.2
Incoming Calls
An ‘incoming call’ is call from the System (i.e. from a visitor). After selecting the number of
the branch or IP address where the system is connected, the System rings (and the LED
light will flash). After set number of rings the system will automatically pick up the call and it
is then possible for the visitor to speak. Otherwise the options are the same as with the
outbound calls.
14 | P a g e 3
PARAMETER PROGRAMMING
3.1
Basic VoIP Settings
3.1.1
Choice of Mode and Sign-in
It is important choose the mode the System will utilise, either P2P
(peer to peer) or via a SIP server. The selection is done using the
‘DIP Relay 2’ (picture 7). A mode change is not possible by the
WEB interface and any relay change will only show after a System
restart. All other relay should be in set in the “on” position. When
switching the System on you will need to wait for about 1 minute for
the System to react.
Picture 7 To restore to the factory settings, switch the ‘DIP Relay 3’ to the “off” position and restart the
System. After restarting the System return relay 3 to the “on” position.
To set the starting IP address 192.168.1.250 switch ‘DIP Relay 4’ to the “off” position and
restart the System. After restarting the System return relay 4 to the “on” position.
There are two options to restart the System – either by disconnecting the power supply or by
clicking on “restart” in the WEB interface (in folder service).
The factory setting IP address is 192.168.1.250. If your network address numbering system
is different (i.e. it does not start 192.168.1.xxx), then it will be necessary to set your address
in the protocol properties TCP/IP in your PC either provisionally or as alternative
configuration (e.g. 192.168.1.245). You can then set the System parameters including the
new IP address. After the VoIP module restart you can then connect to WEB page of the
new IP address.
DIP relays 3 and 4 must be in the “on” position otherwise the new IP address will be change
back to the factory set IP address on restart.
Write into your WEB browser IP address of the Door Entry System. The default address is
192.168.1.250 as seen on picture 8 below.
Picture 8 – First page – video from camera
15 | P a g e Log in using your user name and password. The factory set user name is always “admin”
and the password is “1234” (these can be changed in the settings).
Picture 9 – Log in to set up
3.1.2
Language Setting
The language is set in the bottom part of menu in the left-hand panel. You can change and
add languages (see page 22).
16 | P a g e 3.1.3
Network Settings
Network setting can be found in “Network setting”. You can either use a fixed IP address or
a dynamically assigned one using the DHCP service.
Fixed IP address configuration:
1.
Hostname – Name of the System for network differentiation (e.g. when using more
Systems – more door entries);
2.
Switch on/off DHCP address assignment;
3.
IP address setting, mask setting, or any other network setting. If you are unsure
please contact your network administrator;
4.
Display of System in current mode – Day/Night;
5.
Return to main page with video picture from camera;
6.
Help – for basic help when setting parameters; and
7.
Default values – will perform change back to factory settings. After making changes,
press “save and restore”. System restart screen will come up (see page 23).
Don’t forget to click on “save and restart” after making any changes.
DHCP configuration:
17 | P a g e 1.
Hostname - Name of the System for network differentiation (e.g. when using more
Systems – more door entries);
2.
Switch on/off DHCP address assignment;
3.
DHCP client ID – used when two addresses are assigned to one MAC address (not
applicable to the Door Entry System);
4.
Display of parameters automatically assigned by DHCP – IP address and other
settings; and
5.
Default values –changes all back to factory settings. After making changes, press
“save and restore”. System restart screen will come up (see page 23).
Important: If you are using a DHCP setting, the address will be assigned automatically and
your network administrator will be able to identify the actual IP address for viewing video
from camera on the web browser. Because this dynamically assigned address can change
(for example after power short-cut, it is recommended you set a fixed IP address.
3.1.4
Peer to Peer or SIP Server Connection
It is possible to set the Door Entry System to a peer to peer (P2P) mode or a SIP server
mode with the DIP Relays (see page 15). In the P2P mode the System will call the IP
address saved in the memory (see page 28).
1.
Choice of incoming signal ring can be changed to session progress – added for some
SIP proxy servers that require this;
2.
Symmetric RTP – added for some SIP proxy servers that require this; and
3.
Default values – will perform basic factory reset.
After making changes click on “save changes”.
18 | P a g e When using setting the SIP server mode with the DIP mode relay, the folder will change
items in the “SIP parameters”.
1.
SIP proxy server IP address and SIP server name and port (usually 5060/5061);
2.
Registration data for SIP server connection (not compulsory);
3.
Registration expiry for SIP server (interval for re-sending demand for re-registration);
4.
Choice of signal of incoming call Ringing, can be changed to Session progress –
added for some SIP proxy servers that require this;
5.
Symmetric RTP – added for some SIP proxy servers that require this; and
6.
Default values – will perform basic factory reset.
After making changes click on “save changes”.
3.1.5
Audio Codec Setting
1.
Choose the priority of audio codec. The choice of codec for voice connections are
made automatically and both adverse stations will agree on use of codec in SIP
protocol; and
2.
Default values – will perform basic factory reset.
After making changes click on “save changes”.
19 | P a g e 3.1.6
Video Setting
1.
Picture resolution;
2.
Number of images per second;
3.
Other video settings; and
4.
Default values – will perform basic factory reset.
After making changes click on “save changes”.
3.1.7
Video Viewing (program Pop-Up)
The video in the Door Entry System is taken with USB Web camera. The picture from the
camera is then sent as either a batch of JPEG pictures to the WEB browser (first page on IP
address of the System), or the by a streamed video (in code H.263 and in future H.264).
The streaming video can be viewed on a telephone ‘Grandstream series GXW3000’, which
is equipped with a large LCD display.
Another interesting way to view the video is via the installed Pop-Up program UDVguard for
Windows. This program is freely available for download on http://alphatech.cz/ipdp.htm.
This program has other interesting functions apart from video viewing, such as:

During a call the Door Entry System activates automatically from the Windows bar
and will appear on the screen. After the call it will automatically minimise;

Enables you open both door relays with a single click;

Enables voice connection with the Door Entry System – if the System calls the
address installed and the programme is running on the PC, it is possible to answer
call via a standard PC sound card. By clicking on icon of the Door Entry System it is
also possible to call the System;

The program can be installed on up to 100 PCs on the network. If the connection with
the System is active, the window with the video will appear on all of the PCs installed.
In this program the IP address of the System is set.
20 | P a g e 
You can run several Door Entry Systems in one network and the different Door Entry
Systems can be differentiated with a “nametag” (see page 17), the name can be
shown in the header of Pop-Up program.
Video parameters are explained on page 29.
3.1.8
Day Intervals
Only displays if the automatic Day/Night relay is ticked on the basic parameters page.
Available only for firmware version V2.8 and higher.
1.
Actual time – clock is set in “service – time server”
2.
Interval table for Day, any other time mode is set to Night. E.g. if Interval 1 = 08:0012:00 and Interval 2 = 14:00-17:00, then from midnight until 7:59 is Night, from 8 am
until 12 am is Day, from 12:01 until 13:59 is Night, from 2pm until 5pm is Day and the
rest until midnight is Night.
3.
Default values – will perform basic factory reset.
After making changes click on “save changes”.
3.1.9
User Interface
21 | P a g e 1.
Video on/off relay on Web interface title page (once switched off, you must log in with
password to switch it back on for security purposes);
2.
Video on/off relay when in VoIP call – some systems cannot work with both at once;
3.
Opportunity to change usual TCP port 80;
4.
Opportunity to switch on/off access from telnet; and
5.
Default values – will perform basic factory reset.
After making changes click on “save changes”.
3.1.10 Service Settings
1.
Display of current firmware version in module VoIP and Door Entry System module.
The “enhanced log” icon changes dependant on whether the System should save the
history in basic or enhanced (more details, but in shorter time frame) formats – this is
necessary when solving some problem. The “Basic log” or “Enhanced log” icons are
displayed, depending on which log the System changes are saved to. Therefore if the
basic log is displayed, then the System is currently running with enhanced log and
vice versa.
2.
Click on “Download log file” and you can save a file to your chosen position. This file
will have the ending “.bin” which must be changed to “.tar”. To open an archived “tar”
file use the program “PowerArchiver”. To change a file from an archive to a text file
22 | P a g e change the ending to “.txt”. A text file does not have the standard line ending CR LF,
but only LF. For a reliable display the program “PSPad” is suitable.
3.
‘Show call log’ - shows the call history. Only the command ‘Show registration log’ will
show the registration processes and their outcomes. Successful or unsuccessful.
4.
‘Show VoIP log’ - opens the SIP monitor Web browser in a new window and shows
log files in real time.
5.
IP address of NTP server – accurate time setting off the internet (automatic Day/Night
mode clock for registering log files to the ‘syslog’ server). If you don’t know the
address, use * and the system will select an appropriate address (input * and click on
save).
6.
Syslog server – IP address of server where system events are recorded (when syslog
application is running).
7.
Latest firmware version upgrade for VoIP and Door Entry System modules. New
firmware upgrades will be automatically detected according to the file header. This
can also be used to download new graphic styles from the Web interface (i.e. colours,
fonts, logos etc).
8.
Upload language – uploads or rewrites language support files. It is not possible to
edit the two basic languages (Czech and English).
9.
Save configuration – all files.
10.
Restore configuration – restores parameters to previously settings.
11.
Change access password, the default is 1234.
12.
Restart VoIP module – necessary after firmware upgrade.
3.1.11 Restart
3.1.12 Preparation Style, Language Support
Style
The style file consists of three zipped files in the “.tar” archive. To unzip this “.tar” archive,
use a programme such as “PowerArchiver”.
23 | P a g e The first file will be headed “upload_fw.sh”, please do not change this file.
The second file is in syntax HTML, and enables you to change fonts, font sizes, font colours
and lines, background colour etc. For a reliable display the “PSPad” programme would be
suitable.
The third file is a picture (i.e. company logo). This file can be in either GIF or JPG format
and up to 200x200px. in size. GIF files are more preferable with the background set to
opaque (see through) as this will enable you to eliminate any frame around the logo.
Rename the picture file as “logo.img”.
To zip the archive use the “PowerArchiver” program, by setting the “tared” option in the “tar”
archive.
Language support
A basic file, which allows the basic languages of English or Czech to be translated into other
languages. Any translation will also include Help text. The name of these files will be the
name of language; therefore do not use an extension for editing the name use the program
“PSPad”. Only translate the terms in quotation marks, and ensure that notations are kept in
the HTML format.
3.2
Door Entry System parameter setting
3.2.1
Basic Parameters
1.
Day/Night or 2 Group Numbers selection as discussed on page 15.
2.
Selection of * or # characters to allow the call to be prolonged (the System issues a
warning 10 seconds before the call is due to end, you can prolong the call by selecting
the chosen character).
3.
Select codes to hang up the telephone connection (2 spaces). It is advantageous to
select the same code for both the relay and the System hang up (see Pg 25).
4.
24 | P a g e Codes for switching between the Day and Night modes.
5.
Switching between mode Day/Night can be either manual (using the codes above), or
automatic using the interval table (conditioned by the time server setting in the
“service”) file.
6.
NOT USED in this version of the Door Entry System.
7.
NOT USED in this version of the Door Entry System.
8.
Default values – will perform basic factory reset.
After making changes don’t forget to click on “save changes.
Setting these parameters may fundamentally changes the functions of the System.
3.2.2
All about Relays
1.
Relay modes:
=1
Switch mode –switches on by either command or password for a given time,
set in “relay closing” (used for electric locks, gate opening etc);
=2
Camera mode – switches the camera on when the System is activated and
off when the connection is terminated (hung up).
=3
Light mode – switches the LED light on when the System is activated (pick
up) for specified time (as set in “relay closing”).
25 | P a g e =4
Bell mode – switches the bell on with the press of the button and off after a
specified time (as set in “relay closing” and used when an external bell or
siren is connected).
=5
Gradual opening mode – in this mode you can only set Relay 2; Relay 1 will
be automatically set to mode 1. Using the command (or password) Relay 1
will activate for a given time (i.e. “Relay closing 1”), and there is then a time
delay before relay 2 turns on and then relay 2 activates for a given time
(“relay closing 2”), the System then hangs up.
(Note: from the phone it is only possible to activate relay 1 and initiate the
whole sequence, from buttons it is also possible to separately activate relay
2)
2.
External pass codes, to operate the five relay modes (above), of between 2 to 6
characters. All together there are 6 pass codes, including a code for the Day/Night
mode. The codes are entered using either the Door Entry System buttons (i.e. 2
digits) or using an attached keyboard (i.e. up to 6 digits). The opening and closing of
the relays can be managed in the Day/Night mode. However, in the ‘2 Groups of
numbers option’ the System is permanently in the Day mode.
When choosing the password it is necessary to adhere to the following rules:

Choose a password in such a way that it is not possible to deduct the
combination from worn buttons;

The first character of the password should be the least used character used in
direct dialling;

Be mindful when choosing passwords to ensure that one password combination
does not contain the same characters of another password. i.e. If password for
relay 1 is 1212 and for relay 2 is 12121, then after entering the first four
characters relay one is activated and you will not be able to activate relay 2, but
if the password for relay 2 is 212 then after the second character 2 is entered
both relays will show up.
3.
The internal phone command for switching the relays on (2 characters). It is possible
to use the same command for both relays, so both relays are activate simultaneously.
It is also useful to set the same command for relay on and hanging up (on and off see page 24).
4.
The length of time for which the relay is on;
5.
Relay allowing the control of relays during an active call. Disallowing the control of
relays is useful when opening and closing gates electronically as a car passes
through (i.e. relay 2 is in mode 1 for gate opening). In this instance control of the
relays could cause the gates to remain open permanently.
6.
Time delay between relay closing 1 and 2 in mode m=5 (gradual opening) [2
characters 01-99]
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Default values – will perform basic factory reset.
After making any changes click on “save changes”.
3.2.3
Time Parameters
1.
The maximum time of a call. This time can be prolonged during the call by using the
commands * or # (see page 24).
2.
Number of rings of an incoming call. This can be preset to from 1 to 9 rings. Following
the first ring the LED will also start to flash on the front panel, after a set number of
rings the System will automatically picks up the call.
3.
The maximum length of time between button presses [range 1-9 seconds]

Switch on – if the length of time between two following buttons is longer than
the set time the code will not be evaluated correctly.

Dialling – if the button pressed is the same as first character the password for
switch on, the option will be delayed for this length of time.
4.
Length of time for which the System hangs up before picking up again for repeat
dialling (press of a button during call or dialling, busy tone [range 1-5 seconds]).
5.
After finishing the dialling the System waits for a specified length of time before
another call can be made, if a call is attempted during this time the busy tone will be
heard [range 04-99 seconds]. Dialling is repeated if the System operates in the mode
2 groups of numbers.
6.
Selection of whether you want an acoustic signal for pick up and hang up.
7.
Selection of whether you want an acoustic signal for other commands.
8.
Default values – will perform basic factory reset.
After making changes click on “save changes”.
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Direct Dialling – Memory Numbers
1.
Button number (Memory) – saved telephone numbers in column 1 (Day Mode) can be
as long as 25 digits. If P2P mode is in use then the IP address will need to be saved
in the following format 192*168*1*231*, where “*” means “.”. If the SIP server mode is
in use then save telephone numbers i.e. 117.
2.
Button number (Memory) – saved telephone numbers in column 2 (Night Mode) can
be as long as 16 digits. If P2P mode is in use then the IP address will need to be
saved in the following format 192*168*1*231*, where “*” means “.”. If the SIP server
mode is in use then save telephone numbers i.e. 117.
Note: telephone numbers in P2P mode can be saved in the following format
123456#192*168*1*231
Note: The switchover from the Day to Night mode stays set even after a power cut.
3.
Default values - – pressing this button will perform a basic factory reset.
After making changes click on “save changes”.
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TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
4.1
Electric Parameters
4.2
Mechanical Measurements
The covers of all the Door Entry System covers are IP44 to protect against water intrusion.
4.3
Video Parameters
Video for WEB
Internet Explorer - (series of JPEG pictures-Port 80) uses constantly repeated http request
address/video.jpg.
Mozilla, Opera, Firefox (a program PopUp, UDVguard) – (MJPEG stream – Port80) uses
http request address/video.mjpg (sometimes it is necessary to reload before it starts running
properly). These browsers are preferable to Internet Explorer because the video viewing is
smoother and has less impact on the network load.
Streaming video for IP phones

H.263 formatting is set automatically between the Door Entry System and the
videophone via a SIP/SDP protocol on a standard SIP port and video (and sound)
which then runs via RTP protocol on ports agreed via SIP (usually 9078).
Video parameters

JPG pictures are created in the camera and for all transmitting protocols are the
same.

The size (resolution) of video is selected in “Video setting” on the WEB.

Maximum size depends on the USB camera type but is usually 640x480.
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Streaming H.263 only recognises CIF resolution (352x288) so bigger JPEGs will be
reduced to fill the screen however; smaller JPEGs will not be increased to fill the
screen.

JPG picture count (1-4 pictures/second) is set in “Video setting” on the WEB.

The picture count of both MJPG and Stream H.263 is set by the camera type used
however this is normally between 7-12 pictures/second.
Ports

Port 80 for http (WEB pages and JPG/MJPG on them).

Port 5060 for SIP.

Ports RTP are agreed with opposite side via SIP, usually is selected Port 7078 for
audio and Port 9078 for video.
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Each and every product has been tested before it leaves the factory.
The manufacturer guarantees that the product and its features will work in accordance with
description in this manual as long as the customer uses the product in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Warranties will be extended when a warranty repair has been undertaken.
Although all warranty repairs will be handled by the manufacturer it is important that warranty claims
are handled through your dealer. Warranty claims should be accompanied by;

The product in question;

a description of the problem;

proof of purchase; and

your full name and address.
The warranty does not cover:

Mechanical, chemical, thermal or any other faults caused by the user;

Faults caused by natural disasters;

Faults caused by repairs or changes made by the user or any other authorised or unauthorised
person(s);

Purposely done damage;

Incorrect use of the product, caused by incorrect installation, programming etc; and

Damages caused during the transport of the product to and from the purchaser.
Manufacturer:
Dealer:
Date of sale:
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