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T25 System Manual Part 1
Security-Vision-Systems
Part 1: System Overview and Installation
Installation and Cabling
(for the Installer)
Part 2: Start-Up and Configuration
Software and Network
(for the System Administrator)
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HD Super Panorama: From wall to wall without blind spots
Innovations - Made in Germany
The German company MOBOTIX AG is known as the leading pioneer in network camera technology and its
decentralized concept has made high-resolution video systems cost-efficient.
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T25-CamCore (camera module)
• Allround view with no blind spots
• Internal memory
• Speaker
• Microphone
Cindy Jones
Thomas Jones
Dr. Jones, MD
Access module (KeypadRFID or BellRFID)
• Keyless access (RFID and PIN)
• Operate voice mailbox
• Contact remote stations
• Incl. RFID transponder cards
Info Module/Info Module Mx2wire+
• With integrated Mx2wire+ unit (optional)
• Data and power (PoE) via two-wire connection
• Instead of connection via network cable
• For two-wire cables up to 500 m
MX-DoorMaster (indoors)
• Opens door, doorbell on/off
• Status LEDs for door and messages
• Backup power supply with battery
• Connects to door opener and sensors
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System Manual Part 1 – SYSTEM OVERVIEW AND INSTALLATION
This T25 System Manual Part 1, «System Overview and Installation» is supplemented
by the T25 System Manual Part 2, «Start-Up and Configuration». If you no longer
have a manual at your disposal, you can download a PDF file from the MOBOTIX
website (www.mobotix.com > Support > Manuals).
CONTENTS
Foreword8
Hemispheric IP Video Door Station
10
Allround View Without Blind Spots
12
Overview Of Modules
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Individual Components: Outdoors
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Individual Components – Indoors
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Configuration Examples
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System Image
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System Overview
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1.1
Outdoor Station
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1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
1.1.4
1.1.5
1.1.6
1.1.7
Hemispheric Camera T25-CamCore
ETH Module (Ethernet Terminal Board)
Access Module KeypadRFID
Access Module BellRFID
Info Module
Info Module Mx2wire+ (With Mx2wire+ Indoor Unit)
Housing and Module Frames
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1.2MX-DoorMaster
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1.3
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Remote Stations
1.3.1 MxEasy Video Management Software
1.3.2 MOBOTIX App
1.3.3 Grandstream IP Video Telephone GXV3140
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1.4Accessories
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1.4.1 NPA-PoE Set
1.4.2 IO Module (Extended Terminal Board)
1.4.3MX-Overvoltage-Protection-Box
1.4.4MX-GPS-Box
1.4.5 Additional Devices for PoE Power Supply
1.4.6 Additional Video Remote Stations
1.4.7 Door Sensors
1.4.8 Electrical Door Opener
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2Installation
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2.1
Overview: Connection and Wiring Diagrams
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2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
2.1.5
With MX-DoorMaster
Without MX-DoorMaster
With Info Module Mx2wire+ and MX-DoorMaster
Recommendation for Cabling Installation Tip: Replacing an Existing Doorbell by a T25
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2.2 Remote Stations and Network Connection
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2.2.1 Notes on Cable Lengths and Power Supply
2.2.2 Direct Connection of One Remote Station
2.2.3 Network Connection with Multiple Remote Stations
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2.3 Mounting the Frame and Housing
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2.3.1 Determining the Installation Position
2.3.2 Inserting the Cables
2.3.3 Attaching the Housing
2.3.4 Cabling in the On-Wall Housing
2.3.5 Mounting the Terminal Board and Fitting the Network Cable
2.3.6 Applying the Gasket
2.3.7 Attaching the Frame and Connecting the Theft Protection
2.3.8 Mechanical Theft-Protection Lock
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2.4 Installing the T25 Modules
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2.4.1 Installing the T25-CamCore Camera Module
2.4.2 Preparing the BellRFID Access Module
2.4.3 Installing the Access Module (KeypadRFID/BellRFID)
2.4.4 Installing the Info Module
2.4.5 Installing the Info Module Mx2wire+
2.4.6 Labeling the Info Module
2.4.7 Removing, Exchanging and Modifying Modules
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2.5 Installing the MX-DoorMaster
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2.5.1 Overview of Connectors
2.5.2 Connection Diagrams for Door Opener Versions
2.5.3 Mounting Instructions
2.5.4 Installation Using Cavity or In-Wall Socket
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2.6 Installing the Mx2wire+ Indoor Unit
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2.6.1 Overview of Mx2wire+ Technology and Connectors
2.6.2 Mounting Instructions
2.6.3 Installation Using Cavity or In-Wall Socket
2.6.4 Installation With Surface-Mounted Socket
2.6.5 Function of Mx2wire+ Status LEDs
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2.7
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Connecting External Devices to the Door Station
2.7.1 Using the IO Module
2.7.2 Using the Signal Outputs of the Access Module (KeypadRFID/BellRFID)
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2.8 Finishing the Installation
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2.8.1 Checking the Wiring and Activating Theft Protection
2.8.2 Configuring the MX-DoorMaster
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Manufacturer131
MOBOTIX Seminars
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Copyright Information
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Legal Notes
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Legal aspects of video and sound recording: You must comply with all data protection regulations for video and sound monitoring when using MOBOTIX products.
Depending on national laws and the installation location of the T25, the recording
of video and sound data may be subject to special documentation or it may be
prohibited. All users of MOBOTIX products are therefore required to familiarize themselves with all valid regulations and comply with these laws. MOBOTIX AG is not
liable for any illegal use of its products.
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Safety Warnings
Installation Instructions:
• This product must not be used in locations exposed to the dangers of explosion.
• Make sure to install this product as shown in Chapter 2, «Installation» of this
manual.
• When installing this product, make sure that you are only using genuine MOBOTIX
parts and MOBOTIX connection cables.
• Make sure that you are installing this product on a solid surface that provides
for a sturdy installation of the fixing elements used.
Electrical installation: Electrical systems and equipment may only be installed,
modified and maintained by a qualified electrician or under the direction and supervision of a qualified electrician in accordance with the applicable electrical guidelines.
Make sure to properly set up all electrical connections.
Electrical surges: MOBOTIX cameras are protected against the effects of small electrical surges by numerous measures. These measures, however, cannot prevent the
camera from being damaged when stronger electrical surges occur. Special care
should be taken when installing the camera outside of buildings to ensure proper
protection against lightning, since this also protects the building and the whole
network infrastructure.
Max. power consumption of attached extension modules: The power consumption of all attached MxBus modules must not exceed 2.5 W. When attaching modules to the MxBus connector and the USB connector, the power consumption of all
attached modules must not exceed 3 W, if the camera is powered by PoE class 3.
If PoE class 2 is used, the power consumption of all attached modules must not
exceed 1 W!
Risk of overheating when exposed to direct sunlight: When mounting a black, dark
gray or amber-colored T25 IP Video Door Station in locations where the device is
exposed to direct sunlight, the housing temperature can exceed the maximum allowed
temperature limit. This can result in electronic failures and injuries especially when
touching exterior metal parts. If the intended use of the device is at an (unprotected)
outdoor location, you should only install white or silver-colored modules and frames.
This product must not be installed within the reach of persons without the dome.
Power off before opening the camera: Make sure the power supply is disconnected
before opening the camera (i.e., for installing or replacing sensor modules and SD
cards).
Network security: MOBOTIX products include all of the necessary configuration
options for operation in Ethernet networks in compliance with data protection laws.
The operator is responsible for the data protection concept across the entire system.
The basic settings required to prevent misuse can be configured in the software and
are password-protected. This prevents unauthorized parties from accessing these
settings.
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T25 System Manual Part 1: Foreword
FOREWORD
Dear MOBOTIX customer,
Congratulations on your decision to purchase an exceptionally versatile and innovative
IP Video Door Station “made in Germany.” The T25 system contains a hemispheric door
camera with a 5 megapixel color sensor (T25-CamCore) and captures the entire room
180° from wall to wall and from floor to ceiling without any blind spots.
Cindy Jones
Thomas Jones
The Jones Family
Another plus – the improved light sensitivity of the 5MP sensors, which
drastically reduces exposure times. In conjunction with MxLEO, the
exposure and image optimization program working in the background,
the camera generates perceptibly better and more detailed images
especially under low-light conditions. This significantly reduces motion
blur that is typical of longer exposure times with little light and thus
provides much more image detail (faces, etc.) for proper identification.
Dr. Jones, MD
Chapter 1 of this manual contains all product details and the technical
information of the system. Chapter 2 deals with the installation of the
T25 with a direct network connection or the optional connection via
two (existing) wires. The T25 System Manual Part 2 will demonstrate
how you operate the door station and configure it to meet your specific
needs. The system manuals are supplemented by the T25 Quick Guide.
If you would like to use a computer for the installation or as a remote
station, make sure to use the free MOBOTIX operating software MxEasy. You can download
MxEasy and its manual free of charge from the Support section on the MOBOTIX website.
If you have any questions, our support and international sales staff are available at
intl-support@mobotix.com and sales@mobotix.com Monday to Friday, 8
a.m. to 6 p.m. (German time). Calling support is free of charge (not including your
connection costs).
We would like to thank you for your trust and wish you all the best with your new highperformance MOBOTIX IP Video Door Station.
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More security thanks
to a maximum overview
HD Super 180° Panorama
HD 360° Full Image: Entire scene in one view
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T25 System Manual Part 1: Hemispheric IP Video Door Station
What Are the Specific Advantages of A MOBOTIX IP Video Door Station?
The new IP Video Door Station from MOBOTIX offers an innovative, powerful solution that is
easy to install and takes a different approach to the solutions available on the market up to
now. The T25 is based on the international video telephony standard VoIP/SIP with H.264
and G.711. All of the modules offered for outdoor use are weatherproof, maintenance-free
and can be used in temperatures ranging from –30 to +50°C/–22 to 122°F. Here are the
most important system advantages at a glance:
Allround View Without Blind Spots
With 5 megapixel image sensor and internal memory, this hemispheric door camera
records the entire entrance area. No blind spots from wall to wall and from floor to ceiling.
Two-Way Video Communication Worldwide
When the doorbell rings, a connection is established with an IP video phone or a standard
computer via the network. For two-way video communication and for opening the door.
Recording With Sound
The camera in the door station can record events automatically. For example, when
someone rings the doorbell or if something moves in front of the door.
Keyless Access
Who has access and who doesn’t? The door opener can be controlled tamper-proof
using the KeypadRFID with a PIN code or an RFID transponder.
Integrated Message Function
Digital voice messages for residents can be left directly at the door station and played
back after authentication.
Very Simple Installation
The door station is connected to the network via an Ethernet cable or via two-wire
cabling thanks to Mx2wire+ technology.
The T25 modules are
available individually or in a set
MOBOTIX integrates hemispheric technology into existing systems of third-party manufacturers, thus providing
added security thanks to superior overview images and
event-controlled recording of video and sound.
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Which Advantages Does MOBOTIX Offer Over Other Video Door Stations?
Thanks to its HiRes image quality, decentralized technology and a wide range of features,
MOBOTIX offers not only an outstanding door camera but also a professional security
camera in a single device. MOBOTIX Hemispheric Video Technology was successfully
introduced to the network video market
in 2008. This technology is an important
component of the MOBOTIX video door
stations, which provide perfect, highresolution overview images thanks to a
fisheye lens with a 180° image angle.
This allows the camera to cover the entire
entrance area from wall to wall and from
floor to ceiling without any blind spots,
and without ever needing to mechanically pan or tilt.
Fisheye view
But the camera, with its unrivaled image
quality and panoramic view, is much more
than just a modern “door spy.” The camera
has an integrated high-speed processor
that provides a range of functions similar
to those available in MOBOTIX security
cameras used in banks and airports. Thanks
to the integrated Video Motion Detection,
when the camera registers movement in
the image or detects suspicious noises,
it automatically starts recording smooth
video with sound while simultaneously sending an e-mail or SMS to the residents of the building or to a security company.
In addition, a message may be left for the residents at the door station; it works
just like a telephone answering machine with the addition of video and audio
recording by the camera module. Additionally, an audio message for visitors
can be played back automatically when the doorbell button is pushed.
The camera captures the
entire hemispherical area
in front of the camera
lens and displays it in
a user-friendly format
as a corrected image or
image section, or as an
HD Super 180° panorama
HD Super 180° Panorama
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T25 System Manual Part 1: Allround View Without Blind Spots
Hemispheric HiRes Camera
Standard 90°
Seeing the entire
scene with the T25
Thanks to the fisheye lens with its 180° image
angle, the camera records the entire entrance
area without having to be mechanically panned
or tilted – without any blind spots, from wall
to wall, floor to ceiling. It’s impossible to “slip
by” this camera. On the monitor located at the
remote station, the operator can change the current image section in seconds: from a close-up of
the visitor all the way to an overview panorama.
The hemispheric T25-CamCore door camera has
a virtual, purely digital PTZ feature (pan/tilt/zoom).
The image captured by the hemispheric camera
can be zoomed smoothly, and you can simultaneously move to any section of the image in seconds, for example, using the mouse or the
four large arrow keys on the Grandstream video telephone (left, right, up, down). This is
similar to a mechanical PTZ camera, but without the maintenance and wear.
A Superior Overview Increases Security
T25 360° Full Image
HD Super 180° Panorama
Original MOBOTIX T25 Image: 1280 x 480
The fisheye lens of the camera records the entire hemisphere of the scene without any
blind spots and displays this image as the first part of the 360° full image. Here, there are
technical limitations - predominantly at the edges of the image, where the geometric
shape of the objects is heavily distorted, making them difficult to for the human eye to
evaluate.
For this reason, the camera uses its integrated software to correct the images in the live
view so that it can deliver user-friendly images at the remote video station. The operator
can now digitally tilt, pan and zoom the image from the comfort of the remote station.
180° Field of View Without Blind Spots
Conventional door cameras have a standard 90° lens, meaning that they are only able
to capture visitors standing directly in front of the lens. However, much of the time, the
door station is not mounted in the immediate vicinity of the door, so the camera is at an
angle to the visitor (see image). Even in this case, thanks to its 180° image angle, the
T25 delivers perfect images.
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Original MOBOTIX T25 image
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Right: Original
MOBOTIX T25 image
HD Super 180° Panorama
Standard 90°
Door intercom system
(located next to the door)
Door
Direct Views Up and Down
And the hemispheric camera can do much, much more: it can record the area on the
floor in front of the door, for example, even the often overlooked area underneath the
door station. And the T25 does all of this using only its software – without the need for
moving parts or motors. This camera is silent, discreet and unobtrusive.
Also, this quick look down is incredibly practical
when checking, for example, whether the daily
paper is already in front of the door. Of course,
it is also possible to look upwards under the
ceiling as well.
5-Megapixel Image Sensor Technology
The latest 5-megapixel image sensor technology used in the camera has improved the
frame rate as well as the image quality for the camera images with max. QXGA resolution and brings a new level of detail to your zoomed images (+26 %) Thanks to the new
sensors that feature a nearly four times higher light sensitivity, the camera also delivers
convincing color images at dusk and in heavy rainfall. At night, the optional black and
white sensor now also provides HiRes images up to QXGA size (the predecessor T24
offered a max. of 1.3 megapixels only). This means that the camera can deliver live or
recorded QXGA images day or night.
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Original MOBOTIX
T25 image (enlarged
image section)
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T25 System Manual Part 1: Overview Of Modules
Product Overview: T25 Modules
In addition to the hemispheric HiRes camera, the latest MOBOTIX development also includes
a multifunctional access module with transponder technology for keyless access and
control of message functions. This module is available either with a keypad for PIN-code
access (KeypadRFID) or as a bell button module with interchangeable button sets (BellRFID).
A particular advantage of the T25 is the minimal amount of cabling involved – either a
standard Ethernet cable (for example, CAT7) or existing bell wire is sufficient to connect
the door station to the network in the building and to supply it with power. Only a PoE
switch is necessary to connect remote stations (VoIP video phone or computer) and supply power. The PoE switch can be located in an electrical cabinet, for example.
Hemispheric camera
Allround view with no
blind spots, with internal
memory, speaker and
microphone
KeypadRFID
Keyless entry (RFID & PIN),
video mailbox operation
Cindy Jones
BellRFID
Interchangeable bell button
sets, keyless entry (RFID),
video mailbox operation
Thomas Jones
The Jones Family
Dr. Jones, MD
Info Module
Optionally with integrated
Mx2wire+ unit to connect
the T25 via bell wire
(data and power)
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Hemispheric Door Camera with Allround View and No Blind Spots (T25-CamCore)
With 5 megapixel image sensor and internal storage, this hemispheric
door camera records the entire entrance area. No blind spots from
wall to wall and from floor to ceiling. The camera can record events
automatically. For example, when someone rings the doorbell or if
something moves in front of the door. The camera module with a
remote station can be used as a compact basic video door station
thanks to the integrated doorbell and light buttons. The camera saves
high-resolution video with lip-synchronous sound directly to the integrated MicroSD flash
card (up to 64 GB) without requiring an external storage device or computer and with no
additional network load. The storage space is for up to 800,000 panorama images or 66
hours of video recordings.
Access Modules with Contactless RFID Technology (KeypadRFID or BellRFID)
Both MOBOTIX-developed modules can be used for several functions. Outdoors, the function as an access control interface, either by
entering a code (KeypadRFID) or by means of keyless access using a
transponder (e.g., the supplied RFID cards). Instead of a keypad, the
BellRFID module uses illuminated bell buttons, which can be labeled
using the free-of-charge labeling service on the MOBOTIX website.
The layout of the bell buttons is variable and can be adjusted anytime
later. The modules can also be used by visitors and residents to record and play back
messages (video mailbox). Please note that you can currently attach only one access
module (i.e., either KeypadRFID or BellRFID) to an IP Video Door Station.
Info Module without/with Mx2wire+ Technology
(Info Module/Info Module Mx2wire+)
The info module features a backlit house number field and may
also include an optional Mx2wire+ unit. This unit is needed if the
outdoor station is to be connected to the PoE switch with an existing bell wire via a second Mx2wire+ indoor unit instead of directly
using an Ethernet cable.
Door Opener Module with Backup Power Supply
(MX-DoorMaster)
The door station may be coupled with a MX-DoorMaster with access
code memory, making it impossible to open the door by forcibly
removing the system and bypassing the connecting cable. A built-in
rechargeable battery powers both the electrical door opener and
the access module in the outdoor station and guarantees that the
door can be accessed using a transponder or PIN even in the case
of power failure. For indoor installations, the MX-DoorMaster also
functions as a doorbell. The device features two status LEDs and
two function buttons (doorbell, door opener).
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T25 System Manual Part 1: Individual Components: Outdoors
T25 Components: Outdoors
ETH Module: Securely connects the camera module with the
mounted 8 wires of the network patch cable via RJ45 connector.
Only for T25 versions without Mx2wire+.
IO Module: The board provides an additional 8 signal inputs and
3 signal outputs to connect external devices (doorbell, light, etc.).
MX-OPT-IO1 MX-OPT-IO2
Terminal boards
The indoor unit is
always part of the
Info Module Mx2wire+
MX-T25M-Sec-D12
Info Module Mx2wire+: The info module with Mx2wire+ technology and a second Mx2wire+ unit for mounting inside the
building offers users not only the standard info module functions
but also the option to connect and supply power to the door station via existing two-wire cabling instead of a network cable.
MX-Info1-EXT
Info Module: Provides the option to display the house number
and/or name to the door station. The module is equipped with
permanent backlighting using energy-saving and long-lasting
LED technology.
MX-2wirePlus-Info1-EXT
Cindy Jones
Thomas Jones
Dr. Jones, MD
KeypadRFID/BellRFID access module: Keyless and scheduled
access using key codes (KeypadRFID) or an RFID transponder
card. Interchangeable bell buttons with high-quality labels
(BellRFID). The voice mailbox can also be operated via the access
module.
Frame
Single frame: 131 x 143 x 18 mm (W x H x D).
Integrated electromagnetic anti-theft protection.
Includes special key for module unlocking, housing gasket and
installation material.
Double frame: 131 x 233 x 18 mm (W x H x D).
Integrated electromagnetic anti-theft protection.
Includes special key for module unlocking, housing gasket and
installation material.
Triple frame: 131 x 333 x 18 mm (W x H x D).
Integrated electromagnetic anti-theft protection.
Includes special key for module unlocking, housing gasket and
installation material.
MX-OPT-Frame-2-EXT MX-OPT-Frame-1-EXT
One admin and several user RFID cards
are included with
an access module
(KeypadRFID/BellRFID)
T25-CamCore: Fisheye lens (for 360° panorama view) and integrated live image correction, high-resolution 5 megapixel color
sensor, speaker, microphone and 4 GB data storage for approx.
250 one-minute video clips or 60,000 VGA images.
MX-OPT-Frame-3-EXT
The camera module is also
available with a particularly
light-sensitive B/W sensor
(MX-T25M-SecNight-N12)
MX-Keypad1-EXT
MX-Bell1-Core
Modules
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Triple on-wall housing: 126 x 327 x 31 mm (W x H x D).
Metal-reinforced housing.
MX-OPT-Box-2-EXT-ON
Double on-wall housing: 126 x 227 x 31 mm (W x H x D).
Metal-reinforced housing.
MX-OPT-Box-3-EXT-ON
Single on-wall housing: 126 x 138 x 31 mm (W x H x D).
Metal-reinforced housing.
MX-OPT-Box-1-EXT-ON
On-wall housing
Double in-wall housing:
123 x 228 x 52 mm (W x H x D).
The in-wall housing is securely connected with the subsurface
or brick work. It can also be used to ensure easy installation
in cavities.
MX-OPT-Box-2-EXT-IN
Triple in-wall housing:
123 x 328 x 52 mm (W x H x D).
The in-wall housing is securely connected with the subsurface
or brick work. It can also be used to ensure easy installation
in cavities.
MX-OPT-Box-3-EXT-IN
Single in-wall housing:
123 x 138 x 52 mm (W x H x D).
The in-wall housing is securely connected with the subsurface or brick work. It can also be used to ensure easy installation in cavities.
MX-OPT-Box-1-EXT-IN
In-wall housing (incl. plasterwork protection)
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The required flushmounting opening has
the following dimensions (width x height):
Single housing:
117 x 129 mm
Double housing:
117 x 218 mm
Triple housing:
117 x 318 mm
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T25 System Manual Part 1: Individual Components – Indoors
T25 Components: Indoors
The T25 may be coupled with the MOBOTIX MX-DoorMaster with
internal access code memory and battery for back-up power supply, making it impossible to open the door by forcibly removing
the system and bypassing the connecting cable.
MX-Door2-INT-PW
MX-DoorMaster With Backup Power Supply
An Info Module Mx2wire+ set always consists of two devices
that communicate with one another. For this reason, the
Info Module Mx2wire+ in the door station also requires a corresponding Mx2wire+ unit to connect to the network and to supply
power.
The Mx2wire+ indoor
unit is always part of the
Info Module Mx2wire+
MX-2wirePlus-Info1-EXT
Mx2wire+ Indoor Unit
MxEasy video management software: MOBOTIX provides the
MxEasy software (for Windows, Mac and Linux) free of charge to
configure and operate the IP Video Door Station with a networkenabled desktop or notebook computer.
Free download at
www.mobotix.com
Free of charge
IP video telephone: MOBOTIX recommends the GXV3140 from
Grandstream as a remote video station for the T25 door station.
This modern IP video telephone is based on the world standard in
telephony - VoIP/SIP with H.264 - and provides a large color LCD
display with excellent image quality.
Grandstream GXV3140
Remote Stations
PC/Power
LAN/Power
Camera
NPA-PoE-Set: The MOBOTIX Network Power Adapter Set (NPAPoE set) is a high-quality, robust, ultra-compact, and - above all
- multifunctional PoE injector with three connectors (network, camera/PoE device, computer) and a universal power supply unit with
adapter plugs. The Network Power Adapter Set remotely supplies
the T25 door station and all other PoE devices with power in
accordance with the IEEE 802.3af standard. It is therefore possible to secure the power supply for distances up to 100 m (300
ft) using the network cable. As a result, the IP Video Door Station
can be supplied with PoE power via the adapter and connected
directly to a Grandstream video telephone or to a computer
(integrated crossover function).
MX-NPA-PoE set
Accessories
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T25 – the Custom-Made IP Video Door Station
The T25 product line is a modular system that can be adapted to any customer needs. This
highly robust and weatherproof outdoor station (IP65, –30 to +50°C/–22 to 122°F) is available
in four attractive colors: white, silver, dark gray, black and amber.
Only white and
silver-colored
IP Video Door Stations
should be exposed
to direct sunlight
(risk of overheating
on dark surfaces)
The color abbreviation
is added at the end of
the order number in
each case (for example,
white T25-CamCore:
MX-T25M-Sec-D12-PW)
white (PW)
silver (SV)
dark gray (DG)
black (BL)
amber (AM)
You will find the T25 online configurator tool on the MOBOTIX website, which you can use
to plan your individual T25 door station.
You can choose the individual components step-by-step so that no individual component
is forgotten. Accessories required for your selected components are automatically added
by the configuration tool.
After you have finished the configuration, the system creates a preview image of the
system as well as a parts list, which you can hand to your electronics specialist for an
installation quote.
The web configurator can be found on the MOBOTIX website under the main menu item
Products > T25 Configurator.
T25 – a Future-Oriented System
With the T25, MOBOTIX offers a new product range for the home automation market and it will be extended and complemented with other
new products.
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The most recent example is the BellRFID bell button module with one
to five keys and integrated RFID technology. And the best part for all
MOBOTIX customers: all future T25 innovations are also compatible
with T25 systems that have already been purchased.
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T25 System Manual Part 1: Configuration Examples
Various configuration
examples in all available MOBOTIX colors
Only white and silvercolored IP Video Door
Stations should be
exposed to direct sunlight (risk of overheating on dark surfaces)
Camera
in single frame
(PW)
Camera
in single frame
(SV)
Camera
in single frame
(DG)
Camera
in single frame
(BL)
Camera
in single frame
(AM)
Camera and
KeypadRFID
in double frame
(PW)
Camera and
KeypadRFID
in double frame
(SV)
Camera and
KeypadRFID
in double frame
(DG)
Camera and
KeypadRFID
in double frame
(BL)
Camera and
KeypadRFID
in double frame
(AM)
Camera and
info module
in double frame
(PW)
Camera and
info module
in double frame
(SV)
Camera and
info module
in double frame
(DG)
Camera and
info module
in double frame
(BL)
Camera and
info module
in double frame
(AM)
Camera,
KeypadRFID
and info module
in triple frame
(PW)
Camera,
KeypadRFID
and info module
in triple frame
(SV)
Camera,
KeypadRFID
and info module
in triple frame
(DG)
Camera,
KeypadRFID
and info module
in triple frame
(BL)
Camera,
KeypadRFID
and info module
in triple frame
(AM)
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BellRFID access
module is also available in all colors!
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T25 with KeypadRFID
T25 with BellRFID
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T25 System Manual Part 1: System Image
SYSTEM OVERVIEW: IP Video Door Station
What does a typical system look like and what components are included? This section describes the setup for a complete system with a video door station including a
MX-DoorMaster, KeypadRFID and Info Module Mx2wire+ with Mx2wire+ technology to
connect the door station using existing two-wire cabling. In newer buildings, it is preferable to lay an Ethernet cable directly to the door.
Lights
Hemispheric camera (with LEDs)
•
•
•
•
Two-way video communication
Lip-synchronous sound
Event-controlled recording
Outdoor light and doorbell button
Access module (KeypadRFID/
BellRFID)
• Open/lock door
• Keyless access (RFID and PIN)
• Operate voice mailbox
Info Module (backlit)
MxBus
• With Mx2wire+ technology (optional)
(Data transfer and power supply via
two-wire connection)
encrypted
Two-wire cabling
MxBus two-wire cabling:
Data and power
• Data (9,600 baud) and power (PoE)
OR
• Max. 8 devices to be connected
Cat cable
Data and power
• Encrypted data transfer
• Power supply and control via camera
Worldwide access using
Internet connection
iOS device (iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch)
•
•
•
•
•
Free-of-charge MOBOTIX App (via App Store)
For iOS devices with iOS 5 or higher
Operation of the T25 IP Video Door Station
All functions including two-way communication
Connection via WiFi/UMTS (3G)/LTE (4G)
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Computer (remote station)
•
•
•
•
Door contact
Door opener
Door lock switch
Free MOBOTIX MxEasy software
T25 configuration and operation
All functions including two-way video communication
Connection via Ethernet/WLAN
MX-DoorMaster
•
•
•
•
Open door, doorbell on/off
Status LEDs for door and messages
Backup power supply with battery
Connection of door opener and sensors
Mx2wire+ Indoor Unit
• Remote station for unit in the info module
• Data transfer and power supply via two-wire
connection
• Alternative to standard Ethernet cable
• Power input with PoE+ switch or 48-57 V DC,
600 mA power supply unit
Network connection
Connection to switch, router
PoE switch/PoE+
Network connection
Connection to switch, router
Internet connection
Worldwide access
VoIP video phone (ground floor remote station)
• Two-way video communication, open door,
turn light on/off
• Operate camera (including image correction)
• Monitor door status (open/closed/locked)
• Recording and event search
• Voice mailbox player
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Global access over any
Internet connection
T25 System Manual Part 1: System Overview
1
SYSTEM OVERVIEW
1.1
Outdoor Station
1.1.1 Hemispheric Camera T25-CamCore
The hemispheric camera with its fisheye lens (for a 360° panorama view) and integrated
live image correction boasts a high-resolution 5-megapixel image sensor (color or black&white),
speaker, microphone and 4 GB data storage for approx. 250 one-minute video clips or
60,000 VGA images.
99 mm
Integrated
4 GB MicroSD card
Speaker
LEDs
99 mm
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Light button
Door bell
Lens
Microphone
MxBus connector
Gasket
Mini USB connector
Bayonet catch
Network connection
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Technical Specifications: T25-CamCore
Model versions
Secure, Secure-Night (T25M-Sec-Night-N12)
Lens options
L12 Hemispheric 360°
Sensitivity
Color version: 1 lux (t = 1/60 s), 0.05 lux (t = 1/1 s)
B/W version: 0.1 lux (t = 1/60 s), 0.005 lux (t = 1/1 s)
MxLEO – MOBOTIX Lowlight Exposure Optimization
Image sensor
1/2.5” CMOS, 5 megapixels, progressive scan
Max. image resolution
Color and B/W: 2048x1536 (QXGA)
Image formats
2048x1536 (QXGA), 1920x1080 (Full HD), 1280x960 (MEGA), 1280x720
(HD), 1024x768, 800x600, 768x576 (D1-PAL), 704x576 (TV-PAL),
640x480, 384x288, 320x240, 160x120, custom formats
Max. frame rate (M-JPEG)
(live/recording)
Max. video stream (MxPEG)
(live/recording/audio)
VGA: 30 fps, MEGA: 10 fps, QXGA: 4 fps
VGA: 30 fps, MEGA: 30 fps, QXGA: 20 fps
Image compression
MxPEG, M-JPEG, JPEG, H.264
Internal DVR
4 GB MicroSD card (camera-internal recording, max. 64 GB usable)
External video storage
Software (included)
Image processing
Directly on NAS and Computer/Server without additional
recording software
MxEasy video management software,
MOBOTIX App for iOS devices with iOS 5.0 an higher
Backlight compensation, automatic white balance,
image correction (incl. panorama image correction),
video sensor (motion detection)
Virtual PTZ
Digital pan/tilt/zoom (continuous 8x zoom)
Alarm/events
Triggering of events through integrated multiple-window
motion detection, temperature sensor, notification over email,
FTP, IP telephony (VoIP, SIP), visual/acoustic alarm,
pre- and post-alarm images
Audio
Microphone, speaker, G.711, lip-synchronous sound
Video telephony
Security
Certificates
Power supply
VoIP/SIP, two-way video communication, remote controlling with
key code, event notification
User/group management, HTTPS/SSL, IP address filter,
IEEE 802.1x, intrusion detection, digital image signature
EMC (EN 55022, CISPR 22, EN 55024, EN 61000-6-1/2,
FCC Part15B, CFR 47, AS/NZS 3548)
Power over Ethernet (PoE in accordance with IEEE802.3af): PoE
class variable depending on operating mode; power consumption:
typically 4.5 W; via PoE switch/MOBOTIX PoE adapter/Mx2wire+
Operating conditions
IP65 (DIN EN 60529), –30 to +50°C/–22 to 122°F (DIN EN 50155)
Interfaces
Ethernet 10/100, IPv4/IPv6, MiniUSB, MxBus; inputs/outputs, RS232
via accessories
Dimensions (W x H)
99 mm x 99 mm
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The camera is also
available in a version
with a black and white
sensor (extremely
light-sensitive sensor)
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1.1.2 ETH Module (Ethernet Terminal Board)
The Ethernet terminal board ETH Module is used to connect the door station for the T25
versions without Mx2wire+ technology. It securely connects the camera module with the
8 connected wires of the network patch cable via RJ45 connector (for installation, see
Chapter 2).
ETH Module
Ethernet connector
with PoE supply
Connector for the
special patch cable
of the T25-CamCore
Cable sheath
contact
Caution
Only use original MOBOTIX cables to connect the camera.
Standard cables purchased from other suppliers do not meet the necessary specifications for
proper fastening (not impermeable/weatherproof).
Ethernet patch cable
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The Ethernet terminal board is screwed on to the housing (on-wall or in-wall) behind the
camera module.
Alternatively, the
extended terminal board
IO Module can be used to
connect external devices,
such as a doorbell
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1.1.3 Access Module KeypadRFID
This module is used for keyless and scheduled access to the house or building with an
access PIN or RFID transponder card.
Included in delivery:
One admin RFID card
for initial operation and
activating user cards
In addition, the KeypadRFID module allows leaving and retrieving messages on the video
mailbox.
99 mm
LED (blue)
99 mm
LED (green, red)
Open door, messages,
doorbell
Included in delivery:
Several user RFID cards
for opening the door and
video mailbox access
10-key keypad
+ 2 function keys
View with housing cover removed
Additional cards (admin/
user) can be ordered
from MOBOTIX
Sealing plug
Gasket
I/O terminal
MxBus terminal
Please note that you
can currently attach
only one access module
(i.e., either KeypadRFID
or BellRFID) to an
IP Video Door Station.
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Technical Specifications: KeypadRFID
Functions
Keyless access using RFID card and PIN
Interface
MxBus
User interfaces
RFID (13.56 MHz, Mifare DESFire EV1), illuminated keys,
acoustic feedback
Inputs
2 galvanically separated inputs (AC/DC, self-powered, up to 48 V)
Outputs
1 insulated relay output (AC/DC, -48 V/60 W/2 A)
Sensors
Illumination sensor
Protection class
IP65 (DIN EN 60529)
Operating temperature
In the case of a power
failure, the access
module and the door
opener are supplied with
power from the battery
of the MX-DoorMaster
–30 to +50°C/–22 to +122°F (DIN EN 50155)
Power supply
MxBus
Power consumption
typically 1 W
Dimensions (W x H)
99 mm x 99 mm
Technical Specifications: Terminals Used On The KeypadRFID
Cable cross-section, solid
min. 0.14 mm²/max. 0.5 mm²
Cable cross-section,
flexible
min. 0.2 mm²/max. 0.5 mm²
Cable cross-section,
flexible, with wire-end
sleeves without plastic
sleeves
min. 0.25 mm²/max. 0.5 mm²
Cable cross-section
AWG/kcmil
min. 24/max. 20
AWG according to UL/CUL
min. 26/max. 20
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1.1.4 Access Module BellRFID
This module is used for keyless and scheduled access to the house or building with an
RFID transponder card and also has bell buttons for up to five parties (depending on the
selected bell button set).
Included in delivery:
One admin RFID card
for initial operation and
activating user cards
In addition, the BellRFID module allows leaving and retrieving messages on the video mailbox.
99 mm
LED (blue)
LED (green/red)
99 mm
Keypad insert for initial
operation/configuration
Included in delivery:
Several user RFID cards
for opening the door and
video mailbox access
Einschub für Klingeltasten
(1 bis 5, siehe unten)
Available Button Sets
Additional cards (admin/
user) can be ordered
from MOBOTIX
Please note that you
can currently attach
only one access module
(i.e., either KeypadRFID
or BellRFID) to an
IP Video Door Station.
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MX-Bell1-Button-F1
MX-Bell1-Button-F2
MX-Bell1-Button-F3
Large bell button
with function button
2 medium-size bell buttons
with function button
1 large, 2 small bell buttons
with function button
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MX-Bell1-Button-F4
MX-Bell1-Button-05
MX-Bell1-Button-XL1
4 small bell buttons
with function button
5 small bell buttons
(no function button)
XL bell button
(no function button)
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Back view with cover removed
Sealing plug
Gasket
I/O terminal
MxBus terminal
Technical Specifications BellRFID
Features
Keyless access using RFID card with 1 to 5 bell buttons (depending
on button set)
Interface
MxBus
User interfaces
RFID (13.56 MHz, Mifare DESFire EV1), backlit bell buttons, sound
feedback
Inputs
2 galvanically separated inputs (AC/DC, self-powered, up to 48 V)
Outputs
1 insulated relay output (AC/DC, up to 48 V/60 W/2 A)
Sensors
Illumination sensor
Protection class
IP65 (DIN EN 60529)
Operating temperature
–30 to +50°C/–22 to +122°F (DIN EN 50155)
Power Supply
MxBus
Power consumption
typ. 1 W
Measurements (width x
height)
99 mm x 99 mm
In the case of a power
failure, the BellRFID
module and the door
opener are powered
by the battery of the
MX-DoorMaster
Technical Specifications: Terminals Used on the BellRFID module
Cable cross-section, solid
min. 0,14 mm²/max. 0,5 mm²
Cable cross-section, flexible min. 0,2 mm²/max. 0,5 mm²
Cable cross-section, flexible with wire-end sleeves,
without plastic sleeves
min. 0,25 mm²/max. 0,5 mm²
Cable cross-section, AWG/
kcmil
min. 24/max. 20
AWG according to UL/CUL
min. 26/max. 20
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Recommended wire
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1.1.5 Info Module
The standard info module provides the option to attach the house or building number
and/or name to the door station. The module is equipped with permanent backlighting
using energy-saving and long-lasting LED technology.
99 mm
Info field can be labeled
(behind cover)
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View with housing cover removed
Sealing plug
Gasket
MxBus terminal
(power supply for the LED)
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Technical Specifications: Info Module
Functions
Information for visitors on nameplate (name, street number, etc.)
Interfaces
MxBus
User interfaces
Backlit, printable foil (UV-protected)
Protection class
IP65 (DIN EN 60529)
Operating temperature
–30 to +50°C/–22 to 122°F (DIN EN 50155)
Power supply
MxBus
Power consumption
typically 0.2 W
Dimensions (W x H)
99 mm x 99 mm
Technical Specifications: Terminals Used on the Info Module
Cable cross-section, fixed
min. 0.14 mm²/max. 0.5 mm²
Cable cross-section,
flexible
min. 0.2 mm²/max. 0.5 mm²
Cable cross-section,
flexible, with wire-end
sleeves without plastic
sleeves
min. 0.25 mm²/max. 0.5 mm²
Cable cross-section
AWG/kcmil
min. 24/max. 20
AWG according to UL/CUL
min. 26/max. 20
Note on Labeling
You will find some PDF templates, which you can print out yourself, on the MOBOTIX
website (www.mobotix.com).
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Recommended wire
diameter: 0.6 to 0.8 mm
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1.1.6 Info Module Mx2wire+ (With Mx2wire+ Indoor Unit)
The info module with Mx2wire+ technology, combined with a second Mx2wire+ unit to
be mounted inside the building, offers users not only the standard info module functions
but also the option to connect and supply power to the door station via two-wire cabling
instead of a network cable (see Section 1.1.6). Advantage: Simple and cost-effective installation thanks to reuse of already existing two-wire cabling.
99 mm
LED orange (data)
LED green (power supply)
99 mm
The two status LEDs
(orange, green) are activated for test purposes
within the first 15 minutes after the info module has been powered up
Info field can be labeled
(behind cover)
View with housing cover removed
Sealing plug
Gasket
Ethernet (PoE injector)
Two-wire
connection
48 V DC (optional additional power supply)
A PoE+ switch or an
external voltage connection (48-57 V DC,
600 mA) can be used
To activate the LED illumination of the module,
you need to cautiously remove­the small
black jumper on the circuit board (using
tweezers or small pliers) before mounting
the module itself.
LED illumination
deactivated
LED illumination
activated
Technical Specifications: Info Module Mx2wire+
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Data transfer rate
Up to 50 Mbps net (depending on distance)
Interfaces
Ethernet (PoE injector), Mx2wire+ indoor unit, 48-57 V DC, 600 mA
(optional additional supply)
Certificates
EMV (EN55022, EN55024, EN61000-6-1, FCC part15B, AS/NZS3548)
Protection class
IP65 (DIN EN 60529)
Operating temperature
–30 to +50°C/–22 to 122°F (DIN EN 50155)
Connecting wire thickness
Cable cross-section 0.14 to 2.5 mm2, diameter 0.4 to 1.6 mm
Dimensions (W x H)
99 mm x 99 mm
Note On Labeling
You will find some PDF templates, which you can print out yourself, on the MOBOTIX
website (www.mobotix.com).
Standard Two-Wire Cabling (Installed in Buildings)
Analog Telephone Line or Bell Wire
• Cable type: JY, A2Y and YR (telephone and low-voltage
cable)
• Very good availability in buildings
• Core diameter 0.6 to 0.8 mm
• Range (at 50 Mbps): 100 m (0.6 mm), 200 m (0.8 mm)
Power Line (Should No Longer Be Live)
• Cable type: NY (installation cable)
• Widespread availability of cables
• Cables must be disconnected from the power supply!
• Wire cross-section max. 1.5 mm2
• Range (at 40 Mbps): 300 m
Safety Warning
Use this product in compliance with the applicable legal regulations. Electrical systems
and equipment may only be installed, modified and maintained by a qualified electrician or under the direction and supervision of a qualified electrician in accordance
with the applicable electrical guidelines.
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Mx2wire+ Indoor Unit
An Mx2wire+ set always consists of two devices that communicate with one another. For
this reason, the necessary unit to connect to the network and to supply power is included
with the Info Module Mx2wire+ info module in the door station.
80 mm
LED orange (data)
80 mm
LED green (power supply)
Power supply with
PoE+ switch or
48-57 V DC, 600 mA
(power supply unit)
48-57 V DC
(optional additional power
supply)
RJ45 network connection
Two-wire connection
Info Module Mx2wire+
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Technical Specifications: Mx2wire+ Indoor Unit
Data transfer rate
Up to 50 Mbps net (depending on distance)
Interfaces
Ethernet (PoE Class 3), Mx2wire+ info module, 48-57 V DC, 600
mA (optional additional supply)
Certificates
EMV (EN55022, EN55024, EN61000-6-1, FCC part15B, AS/NZS3548)
Power supply
PoE+ (PoE IEEE802.3af), performance-related 7 Watt
own consumption or 48-57 V DC, 600 mA SELV power supply unit
Status display
LED green (network connection, power supply),
LED orange (data transfer via AB conductor is active,
door station connected)
Protection class
IP20 (DIN EN 60529)
Operating conditions
–5 to +40°C/+23 to +104°F (DIN EN 50155)
Connecting wire thickness
Cable cross-section 0.14 to 2.5 mm2, diameter 0.4 to 1.6 mm
Dimensions (W x H x D)
80 mm x 80 mm x 38 mm (in-wall version),
80 mm x 80 mm x 45 mm (on-wall version)
Max. Cable Lengths of Usable Cable Types as Two-Wire Cable of an IP Video Door Station
Cable type
Antenna or
coaxial cable
Cable thickness
Max. cable length
0.6 mm (inner core)
100 m (50 Mbps)
Telephone line/
bell wire
0.6 mm
100 m (50 Mbps)
0.8 mm
200 m (50 Mbps)
Installation cable
1.5 mm2
300 m (40 Mbps)
Network
installation cable
Cat7
500 m (45 Mbps)
Notes
The Mx2wire+ set consisting of two units (info module and indoor unit) contains all
the components required to establish an Ethernet connection via a two-wire cable.
Please note that the two Mx2wire+ units are matching pairs and preconfigured at
the factory. The use of a different Mx2wire+ unit that was not supplied in the original
packaging is therefore technically not possible. In case of a defect, both units must
always be exchanged for a new Mx2wire+ pair that has been configured by MOBOTIX.
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Mx2wire+ pair for T25:
Info Module Mx2wire+
module with Mx2wire+
indoor unit
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1.1.7 Housing and Module Frames
The robust IP Video Door Station can be installed in both on-wall and in-wall systems,
it is weatherproof (IP65) and cannot be stolen. The system consists of a housing and a
frame. The frame for mounting the modules is simply screwed on to the housing used.
On-Wall Housing (Fig. Triple Housing)
126 mm
31 mm
80 mm
282 mm (double housing: 182 mm, single housing: 90 mm)
Wall mount (4x)
327 mm (double housing: 227 mm, single housing: 138 mm)
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Mounting points for terminal
board or IO Modulet (3x)
Mounting points for
cable binders
(8x, marked yellow)
Cable guide (6x)
Mounting points for
module frames
(8x, marked green)
Mounting points for
gasket
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Outdoor Station
131 mm
333 mm (double housing: 233 mm, single housing: 143 mm)
327 mm (double housing: 227 mm, single housing: 138 mm)
26 mm
44 mm
76 mm
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In-Wall and Cavity Housing (Fig. Triple Housing)
The blue housing is firmly connected to the subsurface or brick work. It can also be used
to ensure easy installation in cavities: Drill opening, position housing and screw tightly
in place; the retaining wings, which automatically swing out, secure the housing, while
the plastic bars at the edge of the housing prevent it from sliding into the cavity.
52 mm
117 mm
The insert prevents
the in-wall housing
from getting dirty
or being deformed
during installation
Single housing:
117 x 129 mm
Double housing:
117 x 218 mm
Triple housing:
117 x 318 mm
Mounting points for module frames (4x, marked
green)
318 mm (double housing: 218 mm, single housing: 129 mm)
The required integration opening has the
following dimensions
(width x height):
Plastic bars (6x)
Mounting points for terminal
board or IO Module (3x)
Mounting points for
cable binders
(8x, marked yellow)
Cable guide (14x)
Do not use the four red
holding fixtures for module frames
Mounting points for
gasket
Retaining wings for cavity
installation (4x)
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Outdoor Station
Permissible wall thickness for cavity installation:
min. 7 mm/max. 27 mm
333 mm (double housing: 233 mm, single housing: 143 mm)
318 mm (double housing: 218 mm, single housing: 129 mm)
50 mm
131 mm
7–27 mm
69 mm
97 mm
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Module Frame (Fig. Triple Frame)
18 mm
131 mm
Installation of module
333 mm
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Connection of
anti-theft protection
Activation of
anti-theft protection
Key to release the modules from the frame (press
upwards; only possible
after anti-theft protection
has been deactivated)
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Outdoor Station
T25-Modules
T25-CamCore,
KeypadRFID,
Info Module/Info Module Mx2wire+
Frame
With integrated
anti-theft
protection
Terminal board*
Ethernet terminal
board or
Info Module
Housing
On-wall or
in-wall
housing
* Ethernet terminal
board ETH Module is
not required when using
Mx2wire+ technology
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1.2
MX-DoorMaster
The T25 can be coupled with the MX-DoorMaster with internal access code memory,
making it impossible to open the door by forcibly removing the system and bypassing the
connecting cable.
80 mm
LED blue
80 mm
LED (green, red)
Speaker
Door opener (emergency
unlocking in the event of
a power failure)
Volume of doorbell
Connector for battery
pack
Minimum mounting dimensions:
OUT 1+
OUT 2+
OUT IN -
MX +
IN 2+
MX -
IN 1+
51 mm
67 mm
41.5 mm
ø 68 mm
Wall
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Technical Specifications: MX-DoorMaster
Functions
Security door opener with internal access code memory
Interfaces
MxBus (max. 50 m distance to door station)
User interfaces
2 status LEDs, 2 function buttons, integrated speaker (doorbell)
Inputs
2 galvanically separated inputs with shared ground connection
(AC/DC, self-powered – 48 V)
Outputs
1 isolated relay output (AC/DC, 24 V/1 A) or
1 connector for standard door opener (6-12 V AC)
1 output for MOBOTIX anti-theft protection (12 V DC)
Protection class
IP20 (DIN EN 60529)
Operating temperature
Max. cable length for
MxBus is 50 m
–5 to +40°C/+23 to +104°F (DIN EN 50155)
Power supply
MxBus
Power consumption
typically 1 W
Output
max. 10 W
Switch time
max. 5 s
Connecting wire thickness
Cable cross-section 0.14 to 2.5 mm2, diameter 0.4 to 1.6 mm
Dimensions (W x H x D)
80 mm x 80 mm x 41.5 mm
Note
The battery pack supplies the electrical door opener and, in the event of a power
failure, the access module, which continues to guarantee that the door can be
unlocked multiple times. For installations in living areas, the MX-DoorMaster functions also as a doorbell.
Supported Door Versions
An electrically-operated standard door opener (6 to 12 V AC, min. nominal resistance
10 ohm, no support for closed-circuit current function) can be connected directly to the
MX-DoorMaster and powered by its integrated battery pack. It is not necessary to connect
an additional power supply unit.
By integrating an additional power supply unit, door openers with up 24 V AC/DC (max.
1 A) or a self-locking door lock (e.g., Mediator) can be connected.
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Thanks to the battery,
the door opener continues to function in the
event of a power failure
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1.3
Remote Stations
1.3.1 MxEasy Video Management Software
MOBOTIX provides the MxEasy software free of charge to configure and operate the
IP Video Door Station with a network-enabled desktop or notebook computer. In principle,
there is no need for a computer to handle configuration or operation when there is a simple
application scenario (one door station only, IP video telephone as remote station).
MxEasy (free download
from www.mobotix.com)
MxEasy allows you to quickly and efficiently implement and control a video security system
of 1 to 16 MOBOTIX cameras, making it the perfect choice for all small and mid-sized surveillance systems and the IP Video Door Station. The program automatically detects all installed
cameras/door stations - even in non-administered networks - and carries out the initial
configuration. You are not required to have an in-depth knowledge of network technology.
MxEasy enables the user to conveniently control the most important functions of the
connected door station. Virtual zooming, panning and tilting in the live image is just as
easy as using the live two-way video communication with the visitor, opening the door or
activating recording. The video data recorded by the cameras can then be viewed and
exported in different formats, such as H.264, at a later time.
Suitable for up to 16
MOBOTIX cameras
MxEasy – Simple Operation of the Most Important Camera Functions
• Cameras can be installed without any knowledge of networks
• Supports up to 16 MOBOTIX cameras
• Time- or event-controlled recording
• Time-controlled motion detection, image brightness and microphone
• For Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X
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1.3.2 MOBOTIX App
Premium solution: There for you whenever and wherever you need it, the MOBOTIX App
serves as the perfect remote mobile station that uses intelligent detailed solutions to increase
security and convenience for users on a daily basis. The controls are optimized for use with
touchscreen devices and feature three main views (Live, Player, Events), self-explanatory
symbols, large software buttons, multifunctional sliders developed by MOBOTIX as well
as simple gestures like swipe and tap, making it easy for newcomers and older users to
work with professional security equipment. In addition, using mobile devices to operate the
various functions such as door opening, activating the voice mailbox, switching the door
bell off at night and switching a light on/off, creates added value in the form of greater
convenience and security in every day life.
MOBOTIX App – Mobile Remote Station for MOBOTIX Cameras and Door Stations
• Bandwidth-optimized remote access via WLAN (WiFi) or the Internet
• Live images and recordings in the best MOBOTIX HiRes quality
• Two-way communication, door opening and video mailbox access
• Doorbell and alarm notifications, protection of privacy
• Convenient search functions, playback of external MxPEG videos
• Grouping of cameras and filtering of events
• Free from the App Store for the iPad, iPad mini, iPhone and iPod touch
Free download from
the App Store
No license fees
Free updates
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1.3.3 Grandstream IP Video Telephone GXV3140
MOBOTIX recommends the GXV3140 from Grandstream as a remote video station for the
IP Video Door Station. This modern IP video telephone is based on the world standard in
telephony, VoIP/SIP with H.264, and provides a large color LCD display with excellent
image quality. The device is conveniently operated via a MOBOTIX user menu.
Display
Basic T25 functions
can also be controlled
using the phone keys
SD card slot
USB
Audio output
Video output
Connector for telephone receiver
Network connection 1
Power supply
Network connection 2
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Extensive Multimedia Facilities
The GXV3140 from Grandstream includes important features such as transfer, hold and
conference calling for use in a professional environment, in addition to numerous multimedia functions. The full duplex speaker phone is equipped with an acoustic echo canceller
for noise suppression.
The integrated camera can be switched on or off at the touch of a button. Additional
multimedia features include: a multimedia player for data from a USB stick or SD card,
display of RSS feeds and access to Internet radio.
The device also includes two Fast Ethernet connectors, a USB port (for external keyboards
etc.) and an SD card slot, so you can easily transfer and use your own data with the phone.
The integrated 2.5 mm connector allows you to attach a headset, and the video images
can be displayed on an external monitor using the A/V jack.
Note
In principle, other IP video telephones (with H.264 and G.711) can also be used as a
remote station for the IP Video Door Station. Due to the technical specifications of a
particular device (display size, audio functions, etc.), however, it cannot be guaranteed
that all T25 remote station functions of the Grandstream GXV3140 are available.
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See also:
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1.4
Accessories
1.4.1 NPA-PoE Set
The MOBOTIX Network Power Adapter Set (NPA-PoE set) is a high-quality, robust, ultracompact, and - above all - multifunctional PoE injector with three connectors (network,
camera/PoE device, computer) and a universal power supply unit with adapter plugs. The
Network Power Adapter Set supplies the IP Video Door Station and all other PoE devices
with power in accordance with the IEEE 802.3af standard. It is therefore possible to secure
the power supply for distances up to 100 m (300 ft) using the network cable. As a result,
the IP Video Door Station can be supplied with PoE power via the adapter and connected
directly to a remote station (integrated crossover function).
PoE injector
Computer/VoIP
video telephone
or POWER
RJ45
PC/Power
RJ45
LAN/Power
LAN or POWER
Integrated and patented
crossover function
Camera
RJ45
T25-CamCore (camera module)
This device is especially practical because the supplied power supply unit can be used
around the world by changing the adapters as required in just two simple steps. The “E.U.”
version of the NPA-PoE Set is supplied as standard with a European adapter, while the “INT”
version includes four adapters (EU, USA, UK, AUS). Another product benefit is the option to
connect to power sources from 12 V to 57 V that are independent of the network, which is
ideal for solar and battery operation of the door station (e.g., in a holiday home).
PC/Power
LAN/Power
MX-NPA-PoE-Set-EN
and MX-NPA-PoE-SetINT incl. adapter for
EU, US, UK and AUS
Camera
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1.4.2 IO Module (Extended Terminal Board)
In addition to the Ethernet terminal board (ETH Module), MOBOTIX offers an IO Module
(MX-OPT-IO1) with extended connection options for the door station (e.g., doorbell buttons,
light, garage door opener, etc.).
The board provides 8 switch inputs and 3 switch outputs. The network cable and the camera
module T25-CamCore are connected in the same manner as the Ethernet terminal board.
Ethernet connector
with PoE supply
Cable sheath
contact
Camera connector
(RJ45)
Extended connector
Note
Please read further information on the connection details and on using this product
in Section 2.7.1, «Using the IO Module».
1.4.3 MX-Overvoltage-Protection-Box
Order no.: MX-Overvoltage-Protection-Box-RJ45
Order no.: MX-Overvoltage-Protection-Box-LSA
Weatherproof network connector (protection class IP65,
–30 to +60°C/–22 to +140°F) with surge protection of up
to 4 kV for MOBOTIX IP cameras, ideal for replacing the
MX-Patch-Box.
At the same time, the MX-Overvoltage-Protection-Box
provides a weatherproof connection of a camera’s patch
cable to a network patch cable (-RJ45 variant) or a network
installation cable (-LSA variant).
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1.4.4 MX-GPS-Box
Order no.: MX-OPT-GPS1-EXT
The MX-GPS-Box primarily serves as a high-precision time
source for systems without an Internet connection. In addition,
it can provide triggering based on GPS events (reaching
or moving away from a specified position; exceeding or
not reaching a specified speed). This interface box can be
attached to all MOBOTIX cameras with an MxBus interface.
The MX-GPS-Box is equipped with the same compact housing as the other interface
boxes (protection class IP65, –30 to +60°C/–22 to +140°F). This interface box should not
be installed inside of other wall mounts, but on the exterior of the building with a large
section of open sky above it. This ensures the best possible reception from GPS satellites
and thereby the highest possible accuracy of the received GPS data. The maximum length
of the MxBus wiring (0.8 mm diameter wires) is 50 m/55 yd.
1.4.5 Additional Devices for PoE Power Supply
By default, power is supplied to the IP Video Door Station via the network cable that is
connected to the Ethernet terminal board behind the camera module. PoE injectors or
switches with integrated PoE power supply according to IEEE 802.3af can be used to
supply power to the network.
PoE switch
Info Module Mx2wire+
with Mx2wire+ indoor unit
PoE+ According to IEEE 802.3at for Mx2wire+
If the T25 version with Mx2wire+ technology is installed, data and power are supplied to
the door station via a two-wire cable, which is connected to the network via an Mx2wire+
indoor unit. Due to the increased energy requirements of the Mx2wire+ technology, PoE
supply according to IEEE 802.3af is not sufficient. A PoE injector/switch (performance
class PoE+ according to IEEE 802.3at) has to be used instead, or an external voltage
source (48 V DC) must be connected to one of the two Mx2wire+ units (info module
or indoor unit).
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Switch or PoE Injector?
A switch connects individual network-enabled devices to one another and delivers data.
In the case of a home network, this function is normally performed by an existing router
with multiple network ports, which is also capable of connecting to the Internet (such as
the Fritz!Box). In this case and if only one T25 door station needs to be supplied with power,
it is sufficient to purchase one PoE injector.
When purchasing a switch with an additional PoE power supply, make sure that a sufficient
number of ports are supported (this is especially important if other PoE-supplied devices
apart from the T25 are connected to the switch).
Furthermore, it is crucial that the switch fulfills all the requirements for using the PoE-supplied
door station outdoors (electromagnetic compatibility, lightning and surge protection through
galvanically-separated ports).
1.4.6 Additional Video Remote Stations
Thanks to the use of network technology, the T25 is not bound to just one expensive,
manufacturer-dependent remote station. It can be connected to any suitable VoIP video
phone (video: H.264, sound: G.711) in the world. In addition to supporting the two-way
video communication feature with video and sound, these devices support additional
features such as door/light control, image search, quick recording and PTZ functions. So
called SIP softphones are also suitable as remote video stations.
1.4.7 Door Sensors
Connection options are also provided on the door station for conventional door and door
lock switches (open/close door, open/close lock).
1.4.8 Electrical Door Opener
The T25 Door Station should always be connected to an electrical door locking system,
which can be activated via the MX-DoorMaster in a tamper-proof manner.
Product Information: Self-Locking Door Lock
Traditional door openers only electromechanically release a locking tab on the door. In
order to open an additional, key-locked door without using the key and as described
above, a door lock that can be locked/unlocked electrically is required instead of a
traditional door opener (e.g., Mediator, www.assaabloy.de).
This also applies when the door in question has to be locked at all times for insurance reasons
and the keyless door opening function of the T25 is to be used as well (transponder/PIN).
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INSTALLATION
2.1
Overview: Connection and Wiring Diagrams
The following diagrams are an overview of the wiring plans that will allow you to connect
the IP Video Door Station as intended. Please refer closely to the configuration that best
suits your particular needs.
2.1.1 With MX-DoorMaster
Using a MX-DoorMaster with decentralized access code memory makes it impossible
to open the door by bypassing the connection cable, thereby protecting your system
against unauthorized access. A battery, kept fully charged via MxBus at all times, supplies power to the electric door opening mechanism - even in the case of a power failure.
Outdoors
The figure above the
connection sections
represents the number of cable wires
Door station
Indoors
Door
2
MX-DoorMaster
Door Contact
Black: YSTY 0.8
(recommended)
or 0.6 mm
2
2
2
Door Lock Switch
Door Opener
Orange: Ethernet
Cat. 5 or higher
2
MxBus
Theft Protection
8
PoE switch
Ethernet
VoIP videophone
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OUT 2+
OUT -
OUT 1+
Door opener
(self-powered)
Door lock switch
IN 2+
Door contact
IN -
IN 1+
MX +
MX -
OUT B
OUT A
COM
COM
IN 2-
Anti-theft protection
(module frame)
IN 2+
IN 1-
MX IN 1+
The module terminal designations are also located
directly on the module
MX -
MX +
MX -
MX +
ETH Module
MxETH
max. 100 m
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The MX-DoorMaster is
always connected to a
free MxBus connector
of the outdoor station
(on the camera module,
access or info module)
Modules are connected
via the looped-through,
two-wire MxBus cable
that transfers data and
power simultaneously
Connection of external devices (light relay, etc.)
and 12 V power supply unit
T25-CamCore
MX -
MX +
MX +
MX MX -
KeypadRFID/
BellRFID
MX +
Info Module
MX +
max. 50 m
MX-DoorMaster
max. 50 m
e.g. PoE switch
VoIP videophone
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2.1.2 Without MX-DoorMaster
When no MX-DoorMaster is used, the electric door opener or Mediator, including the
door and door lock sensors, are connected directly to the access module. In addition,
an external 12 V voltage is applied to the door mechanism/Mediator and bridged
over to the access module.
The two cables for the electromagnetic anti-theft protection integrated into the T25 frame
(otherwise connected to and powered by the MX-DoorMaster) should be conducted inside
the building so that they can be connected to a 12 V supply in case modules are exchanged.
Outdoors
The figure above the
connection sections
represents the number of cable wires
Door Station
Indoors
Switch box
Door
Power supply
2
Black: YSTY 0.8 (recommended) or 0.6 mm
Orange: Ethernet
Cat. 5 or higher
6–12 V DC
S
2
Switch (S)
for anti-theft
protection (not
included in set)
The external 12 V supply can be bridged over
from the Mediator to
the access module to
avoid having to use an
additional 12 V cable
to the access module
Door lock switch
2
Door opener
2 Door contact
2
Anti-theft protection
2 12 V for electrical door opener
PoE switch
8
Ethernet
VoIP video phone
Note
The anti-theft protection is connected to the DC power supply of the door opener via a
switch (switch on -> current is flowing -> protection deactivated). If the door opener works
with an AC power supply, the anti-theft protection requires its own DC voltage source.
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OUT B
OUT A
COM
COM
Anti-theft protection
(module frame)
IN 2-
IN 2+
IN 1-
IN 1+
MX MX -
MX +
MX +
MX +
MX MX -
MX +
Info Module
Modules are connected
via the looped-through,
two-wire MxBus cable
that transfers data
and power simultaneously (cable included
in packaging)
MX -
MX +
MX -
MX +
ETH Module
MxETH
Connection of external devices (light relay,
etc.) and 12 V power supply unit
T25-CamCore
KeypadRFID/
BellRFID
max. 100 m
S
- +
12 V DC
Door opener
Power supply
Door lock switch
Door contact
VoIP videophone
e.g. PoE switch
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designations can be found
directly on the module
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2.1.3 With Info Module Mx2wire+ and MX-DoorMaster
To be able to use a bell wire already laid in the building to connect the T25 door station
to the network and supply it with power, the T25 version with Mx2wire+ technology is
required. The two-wire cable must be conducted from the door station info module to
a second Mx2wire+ unit inside the building, to which data and power is supplied, for
example, via a PoE+ switch.
Installing a MX-DoorMaster with decentralized access code memory makes it impossible to open the door by bypassing the connection cable, and therefore protects against
unauthorized access. A battery, kept fully charged via MxBus at all times, supplies power
to the electric door opening mechanism (even in the case of a power failure).
Outdoors
The figure above the
connection sections
represents the number of cable wires
Door station
Indoors
Door
Black: YSTY 0.8 (recommended) or 0.6 mm
Switch box
2
2
2
Orange: Ethernet
Cat. 5 or higher
Power supply
Power supply
12 V DC
(for Mediator)
48-57 V DC
(alternative)
2
The external 12 V power
supply including a cable
from the switch box is
required here for an
(optional) Mediator
MX-DoorMaster
2
2
Door contact
Door lock switch
Door opener
MxBus
Anti-theft protection
2
2
Mx2wire+ indoor
unit
Data and power over two-wire connection
8
PoE+ switch
VoIP videophone
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Door opener
(self-powered)
Door lock switch
Door contact
OUT 2+
OUT -
OUT 1+
IN 2+
OUT B
COM
OUT A
COM
Anti-theft protection
(module frame)
IN 2-
Data B
IN 1-
IN 2+
Data A
IN 1+
48 V MX -
IN -
Data B
IN 1+
Data A
48 V -
48 V +
MX -
MX +
MX +
48 V +
MxETH
MX -
MX +
RJ45
MX -
MX -
MX +
MxETH
MX +
Mx2wire+
MX-DoorMaster
Info Module Mx2wire+
T25-CamCore
KeypadRFID/
BellRFID
max. 50 m
An Ethernet patch
cable is used to connect the Mx2wire+ info
module to the camera
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The MX-DoorMaster is
always connected to a
free MxBus connector
of the outdoor station
(on the camera module,
access or info module)
Modules are connected
via the looped-through,
two-wire MxBus cable
that transfers data
and power simultaneously (cable included
in packaging)
Connection of external devices (light relay,
etc.) and 12 V power supply unit
Cable length depends on the two-wire cable used
(up to 500 m)
max. 10 m
normally a short
patch cable
e.g. PoE+ switch
VoIP videophone
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directly on the module
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2.1.4 Recommendation for Cabling
The maximum configuration is specified for these
cabling recommendations
Depending on the model, the door station and its remote stations require one of the
following cabling configurations. Please take note of our cabling recommendations and
the maximum cable lengths. Both the network cable and other cables must be stripped
at the door station ends.
1
Network cable from the Ethernet terminal board behind the camera module
to the switch/injector
• Recommendation: Category 5 (Cat 5) Ethernet installation cable or higher;
Cat 7 cable is designed for 10 Gbit Ethernet (max. future compatibility)
• Max. cable length: 100 m
2
Two wires from the door station to the MX-DoorMaster for the MxBus connector
• Recommendation: YSTY (telephone) solid wire, core diameter 0.6 to 0.8 mm
• Max. cable length: 50 m
3
Cables from the MX-DoorMaster to the electric door opener, the door contact
and the door lock switch
• Recommendation: YSTY (telephone) solid wire, core diameter 0.6 to 0.8 mm
• Max. cable length: depending on the manufacturer, max. 50 m
4
Two wires from the MX-DoorMaster to an additional power supply (for example,
12 V for Mediator operation)
• Recommendation: YSTY (telephone) solid wire, core diameter 0.6 to 0.8 mm
• Max. cable length: depending on the manufacturer
5
Two wires from the access module to the 230 V light relay (if present)
• Recommendation: YSTY (telephone) solid wire, core diameter 0.6 to 0.8 mm
• Max. cable length: depending on the manufacturer
6
Two-wire cable from the Info Module Mx2wire+ to the Mx2wire+ indoor unit (as
an alternative to the outdoor station being directly connected to the network)
• Recommendation: existing, previously laid bell wire (core diameter 0.6
to 0.8 mm)
• Max. cable length: 200 m (JY, A2Y, YR), 300 m (NY), 500 m (Cat 7)
7
The supplied patch cable
is used to connect the
Info Module Mx2wire+
to the camera
Two wires from the door station to the MX-DoorMaster for connecting the
MOBOTIX anti-theft protection (for unlocking when exchanging modules)
• Recommendation: black two-wire cable already fitted to the frame, possibly
extended with YSTY (telephone) solid wire, core diameter 0.6 to 0.8 mm
• Max. cable length: 50 m
NY: installation
cable (not live)
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Door
Door station
YSTY 0.8 mm (door opener,
door contact and door lock switch –
max. length: 50 m
1
2
3
2
5
6
7
6
MX-DoorMaster
YSTY 0.8 mm (MxBus) – max. length: 50 m
2
2
4
YSTY 0.8 mm (Mediator operation)
12 V DC
(for Mediator)
YSTY 0.8 mm (anti-theft protection) –
max. length: 50 m
Mx2wire+
indoor unit
2 Two-wire (alternative network connection)
Max. length: 500 m
Power relay
(e.g., for lamp)
2 YSTY 0.8 mm (e.g., external light)
Max. length: depends on the manufacturer
PoE switch
(remote station connection)
8 Cat 5 installation cable or higher
Max. length: 100 m
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2.1.5 Installation Tip: Replacing an Existing Doorbell by a T25
The MOBOTIX IP Video Door Station, in particular the version with integrated Mx2wire+
technology (for network connection with simultaneous power supply via the same two-wire
cable), is an ideal retrofit solution that is very easy and quick to install.
The following two installation steps are normally all that is required to replace an existing,
simple doorbell with a complete T25 set including a MX-DoorMaster:
Step 1: Connect the T25 Using a Two-Wire Cable
Disconnect the doorbell from power (by disconnecting the bell transformer), then remove
it. Connect the wire pair to the Info Module Mx2wire+ (T25 is mounted directly above the
cable). This wire pair is conducted directly to the electrical cabinet, from where it is connected to the power supply and remote stations via the Mx2wire+ indoor unit.
Outdoors
Indoors
Existing two-wire cable
Door station with
Info Module Mx2wire+
Door
Electrical cabinet
Mx2wire+ indoor
unit
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Step 2: Install and Connect the MX-DoorMaster
Install the MX-DoorMaster in a in-wall socket on the wall behind the door station (inside
the building). Besides the in-wall socket, only two holes are required for the entire cabling.
Hole A
Use a long drill bit to drill a hole from the door station downwards at an angle, through the
brickwork to the in-wall socket of the MX-DoorMaster on the interior wall surface. Insert a
4-wire cable for MxBus and the anti-theft protection (see Section 2.1.4, «Recommendation
for Cabling»).
Hole B
Use a shorter drill bit to drill a hole through the brickwork from the door lock/
door opener to the in-wall socket of the MX-DoorMaster. Feed the connectors for the door
opener, door contact and door lock switch through this hole (see Section 2.5, «Installing
the MX-DoorMaster»).
Indoors
Wall
Door
Hole A
MX-DoorMaster
6
Hole B
Note
Please contact a specialist (e.g. a locksmith) for the installation and selection of any
components that may be required (door opener, magnetic sensors). Door openers
and door contacts are available as accessories from other suppliers (e.g. www.
assaabloy.com).
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2.2 Remote Stations and Network Connection
2.2.1 Notes on Cable Lengths and Power Supply
The T25 door station can only be powered using the Ethernet port of the door camera. A
MOBOTIX PoE adapter (MX-NPA-PoE) or other similar, high-quality PoE product conforming to IEEE 802.3af is required to supply the T25 with power (PoE switch). A PoE+ switch
(IEEE 802.3at) or a 48 V power supply unit can be used to supply power to the T25 version
with Mx2wire+ technology.
The maximum length of the network cable for power supply over an Ethernet cable
is 100 m.
Make sure that you only connect the door station or Mx2wire+ indoor unit to switches
or routers that support the 10/100 Mbps network interface. Check the LED activity of the
corresponding port at the switch or router.
2.2.2 Direct Connection of One Remote Station
If the door station is to be connected for operation to one remote station only (computer
with MxEasy or VoIP videophone), MOBOTIX recommends using a MOBOTIX PoE adapter
(MX-NPA-PoE) to supply power to the door station. Connect the devices as shown in the
following connection diagram:
Connection Using a MOBOTIX PoE Adapter
Outdoors
The MOBOTIX PoE
adapter (MX-NPAPoE-SET) features a
crossover function for
direct computer connection, and can either be
connected to the mains
supply or to other voltage sources (12–57 V)
Indoors
Power supply
RJ45
PC/Power
RJ45
LAN/Power
PoE adapter
(MX-NPA-PoE)
Camera
RJ45
Door station
VoIP video phone
Computer
Note
The Grandstream videophone has two ETH connectors, and it can alternatively be
connected wirelessly to a network using a WLAN stick (USB port).
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2.2.3 Network Connection with Multiple Remote Stations
If the door station is to be connected for operation with multiple remote stations (computers
with MxEasy or VoIP videophones) in an existing network (for example, via an Internet box),
MOBOTIX again recommends using a MOBOTIX PoE adapter (MX-NPA-PoE) or a switch
with multiple ports to supply power to the door station. Connect the devices as shown in
the following connection diagram:
Connection Using a PoE Switch
Outdoors
Indoors
PoE switch and router
LAN/Internet
VoIP video phone
Door station
If multiple PoE-supplied
end devices (such as
several IP cameras)
are to be operated,
you should consider
using a PoE switch
Computer
Connection with MOBOTIX PoE Adapter
Outdoors
Indoors
PoE adapter
(MX-NPA-PoE)
Switch & Router
RJ45
LAN/Internet
RJ45
Camera
LAN/Power
PC/Power
RJ45
Door station
Power supply
VoIP video phone
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Computer
The T25 (with additional PoE power supply,
for example, using the
MOBOTIX PoE adapter)
and its remote stations
can also be connected to
an existing WLAN router
with integrated switch
function (DSL box)
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Connection with Mx2wire+ and Optional 48 V Power Supply
Note
For a door station with integrated Mx2wire+ technology, an external voltage source
(48 V DC) - connected via two wires directly to one of the two Info Module Mx2wire+
units (info module or indoor unit) - can also be used to supply power via the
network cable.
Outdoors
Indoors
Power supply
Switch & Router
48-57 V DC
An existing DSL box can
also be used to connect
the Mx2wire+ indoor
unit instead of a switch
LAN/Internet
Two-wire cable
(Data & power)
Mx2wire+
indoor unit
Door station
VoIP video phone
Computer
Connection with Mx2wire+ and PoE+ Switch
Outdoors
Indoors
PoE+ Switch & Router
Although a PoE+ switch
complies with the IEEE
802.3at standard, using a
48 V unit to supply power
is normally the more economical option if only one
end device powered via
PoE+ is to be operated
LAN/Internet
Two-wire cable
(Data and power)
Door station
Mx2wire+
indoor unit
VoIP video phone
Computer
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Connecting Multiple T25 Door Stations
In general, a (PoE) switch can be used to connect several T25 door stations to the same
remote stations.
However, only one T25 can be connected to a MX-DoorMaster.
Each transponder card can be programmed in such a way that it can be used on all the
existing T25 door stations for opening the door.
Outdoors
Indoors
PoE switch and router
LAN/Internet
Door station A
Door station B
(opens entrance A) (opens entrance B)
VoIP video phone
Computer
(operation of door station A (operation of door station A
and door station B)
and door station B)
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2.3 Mounting the Frame and Housing
A complete T25 door station system includes components that are mounted next to the
entrance door, which means they are usually installed outdoors, as well as components
such as the MX-DoorMaster, remote stations and power supplies that are installed inside
a building.
Please note that only the T25 camera, access module and info module are suitable for
outdoor installation (IP65, –30 to +50°C/–22 to 122°F). The modules will only be weatherproof if they have been installed correctly using matching MOBOTIX housings and frames.
2.3.1 Determining the Installation Position
Before installing the door station, you need to decide exactly where to install it. In addition
to being mounted vertically (most popular installation option), the door station can also
be mounted horizontally.
Hint:
To capture good-quality
images at night as well,
fit an outdoor light
approximately 1 m
above the door station (with integrated
motion sensor)
Vertical installation
Horizontal installation
In a vertical layout, the camera module T25-CamCore is normally positioned right at
the top. The access module is located directly underneath, followed by the info module.
Note
Position the housing directly above the cables that come out of the wall (network,
two-wire cables). None of the connection cables should remain visible, as this would
make them vulnerable to manipulation.
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To ensure ease of use, the system should be installed to accommodate people of different
heights. The height from the ground to the upper edge of the frame should be at least 1.60 m.
1.60 m
Original MOBOTIX T25 Image: 1280 x 480
Unlike conventional door cameras, the T25-CamCore with its 180° image angle is also
able to record visitors when they are NOT standing directly in front of the lens. This means
that the door station can be mounted quite flexibly, which is particularly useful with wide
doors.
HD Super 180° Panorama
Standard 90°
Door station
(located next to the door)
Door
The installation can be on-wall, in-wall or using a cavity socket. MOBOTIX provides two
different types of housing for these installation methods. The modules and the frame fitted
to the housing are suitable for all installation options.
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2.3.2 Inserting the Cables
On-Wall Housing
The housing has cable guides made of elastic rubber to ensure the cable entry points
are waterproof.
Use only one cable guide for each cable. Pierce the cable guide you require using a
screwdriver or other similar tool and feed the cable into the housing. If the cable is multiwire, separate the individual wires once the cable is in the housing.
Hint:
Do not open the cable
guides up too wide (for
example, if you are using
a cutter), as cables fed
inside the housing must
be tightly enclosed (to
ensure a tight gasket)
Pierce required guide holes, e.g.
with screw driver
Guide cable through hole
(one cable per inlet)
In-Wall and Cavity Housing
The insert prevents the
in-wall housing from
getting dirty and being
deformed during installation in a wall; it must
be removed and then
positioned again when
preparing the cables
Remove the insert and use a screwdriver or similar tool to pierce
through all the openings on the rear or on sides required for
inserting cables. As the housing is embedded in the brickwork,
this usually makes for a tight gasket. If in doubt, or when using a
cavity housing, you should additionally seal off the cable guides
with silicone.
Pierce required
guide holes
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Important: Pay Attention to the Position of the Cables
When installing the door station, make sure that all the required cables (network, MxBus,
anti-theft protection and so on) are laid in such a way that they protrude from the wall
directly below the housing openings provided.
This particularly applies to the on-wall housing that has up to six cable guides (triple frame).
Only one cable (multi-wire cables may be used) should be inserted into each cable guide.
The cables should be long enough so that sufficient cable reserves remain to allow easy
cabling within the housing (see Section 2.3.4, «Cabling in the On-Wall Housing»).
Network cable
MxBus, anti-theft protection, etc.
Notes
• Position the housing in the center above the cables
• Only use one cable in each cable guide
• Make sure sufficient cable reserves are provided
• Hint: If longer cable reserves are required, you can mount an additional in-wall
socket underneath the on-wall housing (see the dashed line in the figure above).
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2.3.3 Attaching the Housing
On-Wall (Fig. Triple Housing)
Drill the four holes and insert the screw anchors (drilling template is included). Ensure that the ‘Oben/Top’ label points
upwards (applies to horizontal and vertical installation). Attach
the on-wall housing using four Torx screws and the supplied
Torx wrench.
TOPTOP
TOP
TOP
Horizontal
Vertikale
installation
Montage
The required installation
opening has the following
dimensions (width x height):
Single housing: 117 x 129 mm
Double housing: 117 x 218 mm
Horizontale
Vertical installation
Montage
Cavity (Fig. Triple Housing)
When installing the housing in a cavity wall, tighten the cross-head screws embedded in
the housing corners until the four retaining wings swing out and clamp the housing tightly
to the cavity wall.
Triple housing: 117 x 318 mm
Permissible wall thickness
min. 7 mm/max. 27 mm
318 mm
Retaining wings
for cavity installation
117 mm
7–27 mm
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In-Wall (Fig. Triple Housing)
Hint: Turn the inwall socket over and
use it as a template
to mark the hole
Connect the housing with the subsurface so that the bars fitted
to the edge are still visible. The required opening should be
116 x 318 mm. Turn the housing over and use it as a template
to mark the holes.
Leading edge of housing flush with wall
Dimensions for installation opening (W x H x D):
318 mm
• Single housing: 117 x 129 x at least 52 mm
• Double housing: 117 x 218 x at least 52 mm
• Triple housing: 117 x 318 x at least 52 mm
117 mm
Caution
Make sure to install the in-wall housing carefully using the inserted protective
cardboard so that it is not deformed by any pressure from the surrounding material. Otherwise the frame may not be installed properly and may not be sealed
against the weather.
To prevent cement or plaster from soiling the inside of the
housing, insert the supplied protective cardboard again
before installing the housing in the subsurface of the wall.
After you have secured the in-wall housing, you can easily
remove the protective cardboard by pushing through the
pre-punched opening and simply pulling out the cardboard.
Pierce opening hole
and pull through cardboard
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2.3.4 Cabling in the On-Wall Housing
To prevent cables from being damaged when you mount the frame or the T25 modules,
make sure that the cables are routed correctly. Please refer to the example cabling shown
in the figure below. The packaging material contains four blue cable binders that can be
secured to eight designated cable receptacles using screws (recommendation: Phillips
PH 2x100).
Several cable binders are included in
the delivery kit
Mounting points for cable
binders (8x, marked
yellow)
8 mm
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The T25 housing (on-wall/in-wall) provides sufficient space for cable reserves (see the blue
dashed line in the figure).
The red areas are ‘off-limits areas’. No cables should be placed in this area (risk of damage
to cables when module is mounted).
Cable guide
(dotted blue)
Off-limits
for cable guide
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The in-wall housing
provides sufficient
space – there are no
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2.3.5 Mounting the Terminal Board and Fitting the Network Cable
Mounting the Ethernet Terminal Board
Screw the board into the housing (flattened side is at the bottom). The terminal board
must be placed behind the camera module. This step is not necessary for the T25 version with Mx2wire+ technology (two-wire cable replaces Ethernet cable), as an Ethernet
terminal board is not required.
Attachment of board for vertical
and horizontal installation
For connecting external
devices, an expanded terminal board (IO Module)
can be mounted in place
of the Ethernet terminal
board (see Section 2.7.2)
Stripping and Fitting the Network Cable
The Ethernet terminal board provides a link from the network installation cable to the
special patch cable of the camera module mounted directly above.
Follow these measurements when stripping the cable
Connect the eight wires of the installation cable (with stripped ends) to the corresponding
contacts on the terminal board in accordance with the sticker (fig. standardized color coding
according to TIA-568B). Fasten the network cable so that its shielding rests on the terminal
board contact field (using the enclosed cable tie).
> 25 mm
10 mm
Check whether the network cable at the other
end (e.g., PoE switch) is
wired according to 568A
or 568B (see sticker)
Network cable retainer
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2.3.6 Applying the Gasket
Remove the protection film and stick the supplied gasket all the way round the inner housing
frame, ensuring it fits exactly and taking care not to leave any gaps.
Use a pair of scissors to remove any surplus material. Please ensure that the adhesive
surface is clean, dry and free of grease.
On-Wall Housing
Stick the gasket to
the inner frame as
shown in the figure
In-Wall and Cavity Housing
Stick the gasket to
the inner frame as
shown in the figure
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2.3.7 Attaching the Frame and Connecting the Theft Protection
Before the T25 modules can be clicked into the frame, you must screw the frame onto the
housing (recommendation: cross slot PH 2x100) and lay the black anti-theft protection cable
to the inside of the building according to your selected connection option, for example, to the
MX-DoorMaster (you may also need to extend the cable). When you attach the frame, make
sure that the two openings for the special MOBOTIX key - which is used to remove the door
station modules - are located either on the bottom left (vertical mount) or on the bottom right
(horizontal mount), and that the maximum torque for the frame screws is not exceeded.
On-Wall (Fig. Triple Housing)
Screw 8x,
marked red,
max. 100 Ncm
12 mm
Frame alignment for
vertical and horizontal
mounting (red arrow
points to the keyhole)
Guide anti-theft
protection cable for
MX-DoorMaster
(directly or extended
with the two individual
wire connectors)
2
1
Insert wire (not stripped)
(1) and press down cutting clamp with pliers (2)
Note slot for key
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Cavity and In-Wall (Fig. Triple Housing)
Please note that in this case the module frame may only be screwed onto the four outermost
positions on the housing (max. torque: 40 Ncm).
Screw 4x,
marked red,
max. 40 Ncm
30 mm
NOT USABLE
Guide anti-theft
protection cable to
the MX-DoorMaster
(directly or extended
with the two individual
wire connectors)
2
1
Insert wire (not stripped)
(1) and press down cutting clamp with pliers (2)
Note slot for key
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Frame alignment for
vertical and horizontal
mounting (red arrow
points to the keyhole)
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2.3.8 Mechanical Theft-Protection Lock
In the default configuration of the door station, anti-theft protection is not activated in the
frame. This allows modules that have already been integrated to be removed again during the installation, just using the special key that has been supplied.
Special key
Insert the key into the opening provided and apply light pressure. The red retaining collars on the left or lower side of the frame (depending on whether the frame is mounted
vertically or horizontally) loosen and release the modules.
Notes
To activate the mechanical anti-theft protection lock, the module above the red
rotary button (triple frame: center module, double frame: upper/left module) must
be released from the frame.
Important: After the installation, check the wiring (see Section 2.8.1) and only then
activate the anti-theft protection lock.
Red rotary button
Retaining tabs
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Activating the Theft-Protection Lock
Use a screwdriver to turn the red rotary button inside the frame 90 degrees clockwise.
When anti-theft protection is activated, the arrow points to the ‘closed lock’ symbol.
In this position, using
the special key alone to
release the modules from
the frame is not possible
Deactivating the Theft-Protection Lock
Turn the red rotary button so that the arrow points to the ‘opened lock’ symbol.
In this position, you
can use the special key
alone to release the
modules from the frame
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2.4 Installing the T25 Modules
Caution
Beware of short circuits: When you install the modules, the MxBus cable should
not be live, which means that the network cable should still be disconnected from
the PoE switch.
2.4.1 Installing the T25-CamCore Camera Module
Standard Network Connection
The Ethernet terminal board is used to connect the door station for the T25 version without
Mx2wire+ technology. It connects the short, pre-installed camera patch cable with the
eight split-out wires of the network installation cable (for installation, see Section 2.3.5,
«Mounting the Terminal Board and Fitting the Network Cable»).
1. Ensure that the gasket is fitted to the camera module.
Gasket
Do not swap the
+ and - wires
When using a differentcolored cable, make
sure the correct
polarity is routed
2. Connect the supplied MxBus cable to the push terminal on the rear wall of the camera. Remove
approximately 5 mm of insulation from the cable
ends and push into the terminal.
• Red wire to + terminal
• Blue wire to – terminal
Note
To connect the MxBus cable of the MX-DoorMaster, the two free MxBus terminals
of the camera module can be used as an alternative to the MxBus terminals on the
access or info module (see Section 2.5, «Installing the MX-DoorMaster»).
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3. Guide the MxBus cable (to be shortened accordingly) into the housing and under
the frame so that it can be easily connected to the access module later on. Insert
the pre-installed camera module patch cable
into the RJ45 port on the terminal board.
Pay attention to the
off-limits areas for
cables reserves (see
Section 2.3.4)
Patch cable
MxBus cable
for the access module
4. First of all, insert the right side of the module into
the frame and then press firmly on the left side,
until the module audibly clicks into place.
Click
Control click: If you do not hear a click, this means that the module is not properly locked
into place. In this case, repeat the last steps, making sure that no cable or foreign object
in the housing is preventing the module from properly clicking into place.
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With horizontal mounting, the modules must
first be positioned at
the top and then pressed
downwards firmly
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Network Connection Using Mx2wire+ Technology
An Ethernet terminal board is not required for the T25 door station with Mx2wire+ technology. Instead, the camera module is connected to the Info Module Mx2wire+ via a MOBOTIX
patch cable.
1. Ensure that the gasket is fitted to the camera module.
Gasket
2. Remove the pre-installed camera module patch
cable and instead insert the supplied, longer patch
cable into the camera housing. Make sure that the
blue rubber sealing ring is in the correct final position.
Attach the longer patch cable for the Info Module Mx2wire+
info module
3. Feed the MxBus two-wire cable from the camera
(installation as described in Section 2.4.1) together
with the newly fitted patch cable into the housing
and under the frame, so that the MxBus cable can be
fastened to the access module board and the patch
cable to the info module.
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4. First of all, insert the right side of the module into the frame and then press firmly
on the left side, until the module audibly clicks into place.
Click
Control click: If you do not hear a click, this means that the module is not properly locked
into place. In this case, repeat the last steps, making sure that no cable or foreign object
in the housing is preventing the module from properly clicking into place.
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2.4.2 Preparing the BellRFID Access Module
Access Module BellRFID
If the installation of the IP-Video-Türstation with BellRFID is not followed by the initial operation right away, MOBOTIX recommends to remove the keypad insert and to insert the
button set before starting the installation. This way, the soft rubber surface of the BellRFID
base module is well protected until the module is brought into service (bell buttons are
then replaced by the keypad insert). Note that the base module is weatherproof even
without the bell buttons.
For additional information on installing and removing the button set, see Section 2.4.7,
«Removing, Exchanging and Modifying Modules».
1. Label the name plates
In order to avoid having to remove the module and install it again, you should insert the
proper name plates before starting the initial operation. Use our free-of-charge printing
service on www.mobotix.com in the Support section. Or use the supplied name plates
made from sturdy specialty paper and write the names using a UV-resistant marker.
2.Insert the name plates
Remove the silicone insert from the button. Recommendation: Take a suitable tool without
a sharp blade, cautiously insert it into the slot, gently press inward and lift the tool as
shown.
Insert the labeled or printed name plate as shown (the arrows at the side are pointing
upwards later on).
DM ,senoJ .rD
Dr. J
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Place the silicone insert on top of the name plate, push it into the frame at the top and at
the bottom of the center, then push its sides into the frame.
1
3
4
2
Make sure that the silicone insert properly fits flush into the frame of the bell button as
shown to protect the name plate against humidity.
3.Insert the keypad
Place the supplied keypad insert into the base module (push it into the frame at the top,
then push the bottom into the module).
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2.4.3 Installing the Access Module (KeypadRFID/BellRFID)
Installing the KeypadRFID or BellRFID access modules is identical; the pictures in this section show who to install the KeypadRFID. For more information on these access modules,
please refer to the corresponding Quick Installation documents (www.mobotix.com >
Support > Manuals > IP Video Door Station > Single Components):
• Quick Installation: KeypadRFID
• Quick Installation: BellRFID
Please pay attention to the different system wiring configurations that apply (described in
Section 2.1), depending on whether or not the MX-DoorMaster and external devices (e.g.,
lights) are used.
1. Ensure that the gasket is fitted to the access module.
T25 with KeypadRFID
Gasket
Cindy Jones
Thomas Jones
The Jones Family
Dr. Jones, MD
2. Loosen the rear cover plate (using a small screwdriver
or similar tool) and remove it. You now have a clear
view of the connectors located directly on the access
module board.
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3. Remove approximately 5 mm of insulation from each
of the cables to be connected and feed each cable
through one of the wire apertures in the housing
(piercing the rubber membrane).
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4. Connect the two MxBus cables that come from the camera module to the access
module board.
• Red wire to MX + terminal
• Blue wire to MX - terminal
See the circuit overview
diagram on the next page
5. Connect two new MxBus cables to the access module board, and subsequently
connect these to the info module to power its backlighting. Make sure that the cables are of the required
length and that they are routed correctly (does not
apply to Info Module Mx2wire+).
• Red wire to MX + terminal
• Blue wire to MX - terminal
Do not swap the
polarity of the +
and - MxBus wires
Note
The two MxBus cables of the MX-DoorMaster can be connected to the access
module instead of the camera module, if the info module is connected to the MxBus
connector of the T25-CamCore door camera.
If no lighting function is required for the info module at all, the MxBus cables do not
need to be connected to this module.
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6. Connect all the other connection cables (if present):
Standard door opener or relay (for lights etc.):
• First wire to COM terminal
• Second wire to OUT A terminal
External power supply for door opener or power relay (for example, 12 V AC):
• First wire to OUT B terminal
• Second wire to COM terminal
“Door opened/closed” door contact (reed switch):
• First wire to IN 1+ terminal
• Second wire to IN 1- terminal
“Door lock unlocked/locked” door lock switch:
• First wire to IN 2+ terminal
• Second wire to IN 2- terminal
KeypadRFID/
BellRFID
MX +
Door contact
Door
Door lock switch
MX –
MX +
MX –
Connector for external devices (light relay,
etc.) and 12 V power supply unit
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IN 1+
IN 1-
Door opener/power relay
IN 2+
IN 2COM
COM
OUT A
OUT B
Power supply
e.g. 12 V AC
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7. Put the cover plate back on.
8. First of all, insert the right side of the module into the frame. Then press firmly
on the left side, until the module audibly clicks into place.
Only press firmly on the
edge of the access module (not in the middle)
Click
Click
Christine Müller
Thomas Müller
Familie Müller
Praxis Dr. Müller
Control click: If you do not hear a click, this means that the module is not properly locked
into place. In this case, repeat the last steps, making sure that no cable or foreign object
in the housing is preventing the module from properly clicking into place.
Caution
Do not activate the anti-theft protection lock until you have checked the wiring (see
Section 2.8.1). Also test the functionality of the anti-theft protection (see Section 2.4.7,
«Removing, Exchanging and Modifying Modules»).
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2.4.4 Installing the Info Module
The info field in the info module of the T25 door station without Mx2wire+ technology is
equipped with permanent LED backlighting supplied via MxBus.
1. Ensure that the gasket is fitted to the info module.
Gasket
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2. Loosen the rear cover plate (using a small screwdriver
or similar tool) and remove it. You now have a clear
view of the connectors located directly on the info
module board.
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Thomas Jones
The Jones Family
Dr. Jones, MD
3. Remove approximately 5 mm of insulation from
each of the cables to be connected and feed each
cable through one of the wire apertures in the housing (piercing the rubber membrane with the cable).
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4. Connect the two MxBus cables that come from the access module to the info
module board.
• Red wire to MX + terminal
• Blue wire to MX - terminal
As an alternative to the
terminals on the access
or info module, you can
use the two free MxBus
terminals of the camera module to connect
the MX-DoorMaster
(see Section 2.5)
5. Put the cover plate back on.
6. First of all, insert the right side of the module into
the frame. Then press firmly on the left side, until
the module audibly clicks into place.
Always mount the module
so that the bar with
the MOBOTIX lettering is at the top
Click
Control click: If you do not hear a click sound, this means
that the module is not properly locked into place. In this case, repeat the last steps, making sure that no cable or foreign object in the housing is preventing the module from
properly clicking into place.
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2.4.5 Installing the Info Module Mx2wire+
The info module with integrated Mx2wire+ technology is used to connect the door station
to the network via a two-wire cable such as a bell wire and has an info field with permanent LED backlighting.
1. Ensure that the gasket is fitted to the info module.
Gasket
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Cindy Jones
Thomas Jones
The Jones Family
Dr. Jones, MD
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2. Loosen the rear cover plate (using a small screwdriver
or similar tool) and remove it. You now have a clear
view of the connectors located directly on the info
module board.
3. Remove approximately 5 mm of insulation from each
of the cables to be connected and feed each cable
through one of the wire apertures in the housing
(piercing the rubber membrane with the cable).
4. Connect the two-wire cable, which leads to the separate Info Module Mx2wire+ unit in the building, to
the board.
• First wire to Data 1 terminal
• Second wire to Data 2 terminal
Mx2wire+ indoor
unit (for installation,
see Section 2.6)
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5. Remove the blue sealing plug on the module. Feed the RJ45 connector of the
(extended) camera patch cable into the housing and insert it into the RJ45 port.
Make sure that the rubber sealing ring on the patch
cable is in the correct final position.
6. Put the cover plate back on.
7. First of all, insert the right side of the module into
the frame. Then press firmly on the left side, until
the module audibly clicks into place.
Always mount the module
so that the bar with
the MOBOTIX lettering is at the top
Control click: If you do not hear a click, this means that
the module is not properly mounted. In this case, repeat
the last steps, making sure that no cable or foreign object
in the housing is preventing the module from properly
clicking into place.
Click
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2.4.6 Labeling the Info Module
The info module allows you to place a paper label or printer label behind the transparent
cover. You can use the enclosed permanent marker to personalize the paper insert by
adding your name, contact number, house number and so on.
You will find a PDF template on the MOBOTIX website to help you create your own label.
Simply add your personal data to the template and print it onto a sheet of A4 paper. Then
simply cut out your ‘doorbell label’ and insert it into the info module. Before you do this,
you will need to remove the info module from the door station frame (see Section 2.4.7,
«Removing, Exchanging and Modifying Modules»).
Note
To create a doorbell label that goes with a KeypadRFID module, please make sure to
familiarize yourself beforehand with how to configure and operate the door station
(see T25-System Manual Part 2).
Proceed as follows:
1. Make your personalized doorbell label. To do this, customize the PDF template (Info_Panel.pdf) provided on
the MOBOTIX website (www.mobotix.com).
2. Loosen the transparent protective cover on the info
module by hand or using a screwdriver, which you
position on the side (as shown in red) and use as a
lever.
3. Tilt the protective cover downwards and remove the
silicone mat and paper insert.
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4. Place your completed doorbell label (B) behind the transparent protective cover
(A). Insert the silicone mat (C) so that its smooth side is behind the label.
Follow the correct order
(from left to right)
Protective cover (A)
Doorbell label (B)
Silicon matt (C)
Info Module (D)
5. Position the protective cover at the bottom of the
info module (D) and press the top of the cover until
it clicks in place. Now, you can click the info module
back into the door station frame.
Info_Panel.pdf (available at www.mobotix.com)
Here are a few examples of doorbell labels that were created using the PDF file template.
To open the file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader (free).
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Reader: download from
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2.4.7 Removing, Exchanging and Modifying Modules
If anti-theft protection has been activated (see Section 2.3.7), you will need to switch this
off before you can remove and exchange the modules.
1. Switching off anti-theft protection on the MX-DoorMaster:
Press both buttons on the MX-DoorMaster at the
same time for ten seconds to deactivate the antitheft protection for 90 seconds (blue LED blinks). After
this, the protection will be automatically reactivated.
Hold at the same time until
the blue LED flashes
2. Switching off anti-theft protection when there is no MX-DoorMaster: Connect
the two cables of the anti-theft protection to the 12 V power supply of the electric
door opener via a switch. Anti-theft protection is deactivated for as long as the
voltage is applied (switch on).
Outdoors
Door station
Indoors
Switch box
Door
Power supply
S
12 V
Anti-theft protection
Caution
The anti-theft protection must be disconnected from the voltage again (switch off)
after no more than five minutes in order to avoid an overload.
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3. Removing the modules: Insert the special MOBOTIX key provided into the split
opening on the module frame (bottom left or bottom right, depending on how it
has been mounted) and release the modules from
the frame by pushing the key in. All the modules in
the frame move slightly forward and can be removed.
Click (listen for “click” sound) any modules that you
do not wish to remove back into place.
The special key is
included with the
door station
Insert and
press
Caution
Make sure that the anti-theft protection has been deactivated before you insert
the key, otherwise you risk damaging the frame.
Replacing the Bell Button Set of the BellRFID
If you want to install a different bell button set, you first need to
remove the BellRFID module. Next, proceed as outlined in the Section
«Changing the Bell Button Set» in the T25-System Manual Part 2.
Inserting the Modules
Once the bell buttons have been exchanged, proceed as
described in the corresponding subsections of Section 2.4 to
re-insert the modules.
The Jones
Family
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2.5 Installing the MX-DoorMaster
2.5.1 Overview of Connectors
The MX-DoorMaster is connected to the door station via the MxBus two-wire cable and
the two wires of the anti-theft protection cable.
In addition, the four cables of the door signal contacts and the two cables of the electrically operated door opening components (standard door opener, Mediator) can also
be connected to the MX-DoorMaster (see «Technical Specifications» in Section 1.2).
OUT 1+
OUT -
OUT 2+
IN -
MX +
MX -
IN 2+
IN 1+
The main function of this innovative device is to control the door opener in a tamperproof manner and record the status of the door (open, closed, closed and locked). The
MX-DoorMaster, with its speaker that can be switched off, also functions as a doorbell.
It furthermore allows the door to be opened using a button and controls the anti-theft
protection in the T25 housing.
Integrated emergency
unlocking function
Thanks to its built-in batteries, which are kept fully charged via the MxBus cables, the
MX-DoorMaster is able to power both the access module in the outdoor station and a
connected door opener for several hours in the case of power failure, therefore ensuring
that the door can still be accessed without a key.
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Door station
Door
MX-DoorMaster
2
Door contact
2
2
MxBus
Anti-theft protection
Anti-theft protection (OUT 1+)
Door opener (OUT 2+)
MxBus (MX +)
MxBus (MX -)
Door opener
Door lock switch
2
2
Anti-theft protection/
Door opener (OUT -)
Door lock switch/ Door contact (IN -)
Door lock switch (IN 2+)
Door contact (IN 1+)
Supported Door Opener Versions
A standard door opener operated with 6 to 12 V AC can be connected directly to the
MX-DoorMaster and powered by its integrated battery pack. There is no need to connect
an additional power supply unit.
A door opener with an external power supply of up to 24 V AC/DC (max. 1 A) may also
be connected, as may the self-locking Mediator door lock.
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The MX-DoorMaster
must be configured
for the selected
door opener version
(see Section 2.8.2)
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2.5.2 Connection Diagrams for Door Opener Versions
Version 1: Power Supply from MX-DoorMaster Battery (Self-Powered)
The MX-DoorMaster's permanently-charged battery pack provides a supply voltage to
the door opener and therefore also bridges power failures.
MX-DoorMaster
Self-powered (standard version)
IN 1+
Use the enclosed threewire connector for terminals that are assigned two
wires (IN-/OUT-) (insert
unstripped wires and
press down cutting clamp
with pliers)
Door contact
IN IN 2+
Door lock switch
Anti-theft protection
OUT 1+
OUT -
Door opener
OUT 2+
Version 2: Power Supply from External Power Supply Unit (Internal Relay Function)
The MX-DoorMaster's integrated relay function switches a maximum external voltage of
24 V (SELV, max. 1 A).
The MX-DoorMaster
has an integrated
relay function
MX-DoorMaster
IN 1+
Door contact
IN IN 2+
Door lock switch
Anti-theft protection
OUT 1+
OUT OUT 2+
+ 24 V AC
(SELV)
Door opener
Power supply
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Version 3: Self-Locking Mediator Door Lock Including UPS via Battery Pack
In this connection option, the MX-DoorMaster's battery pack powers the system in the event
of a power failure and allows the door to be opened without a key. In this case however,
anti-theft protection must be controlled using an additional switch (to be ordered separately).
In the following diagram, for example, anti-theft protection is used together with a Mediator
power supply. The modules can then be released by pressing the switch.
Note
The anti-theft protection must be disconnected from the voltage again after no longer
than five minutes (in the example switch ‘S’ is off) in order to avoid an overload.
MX-DoorMaster
Mediator
IN 1+
1
2
3
4
IN -
8
7
6
5
Mediator
IN 2+
OUT 1+
OUT OUT 2+
S
Anti-theft protection connection cables
are pre-fitted to the
frame and can be
extended (max. 50 m)
Anti-theft protection
+ 12 V DC
(SELV)
Original Mediator
Power supply
Door station
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2.5.3 Mounting Instructions
Solid Concrete or Stone Wall
MOBOTIX recommends using a deep in-wall socket (more space for cables). Standard
in-wall sockets with a depth of 43 mm are not suitable for the MX-DoorMaster.
Standard Unterputzdose (ø 68 mm)
Deep in-wall socket (ø 68 mm, 67 mm in depth)
Drill hole for cavity
socket: ø 68 mm
Cavity Wall (e.g. Drywall, 7 mm to 35 mm)
Use the supplied 61 mm-deep cavity socket for the MX-DoorMaster.
Cavity socket (ø 68 mm, 61 mm in depth)
Note
MOBOTIX offers two orange cavity sockets of different depths (48 mm and 61 mm).
The 61 mm-deep socket is designed for the MX-DoorMaster, and the 48 mm-deep
socket is intended for the Mx2wire+ indoor unit.
Determining the Installation Position
Maximum MxBus
cable length between
MX-DoorMaster and
door station: 50 m
The MX-DoorMaster must always be installed indoors protected from weather and moisture.
If in doubt, use the normal installation conditions of a standard socket with no cover as a
guide. The anti-theft protection connection cables pre-fitted to the frame of the outdoor
station do not need to be extended if the MX-DoorMaster is mounted on the same wall
behind the outdoor station (next to the entrance door).
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Preparing the In-Wall Socket (Solid Wall)
An in-wall socket must usually be fitted first. Make sure that the socket you use is as flush
with the wall as possible to ensure proper installation. Also make sure that the socket
and MX-DoorMaster are aligned correctly.
After connecting the cables, there are two ways to attach the door opener board to the
in-wall socket:
1. Secure the housing and board directly to the socket by fastening two small screws in
the a and b positions (see fig.) However, this requires that the socket is properly aligned
in the wall. Thanks to the elongated shape of the screw holes, it is possible to make
small adjustments to the left and to the right when tightening the screws.
a
b
2. Use four or two Torx screws/screw anchors (diagonally opposite one another) to
tightly screw the housing and board to the wall. We recommend using this procedure if the installed in-wall socket is not properly aligned or is not flush with the
wall, or if the MX-DoorMaster could easily be pulled out together with the in-wall
socket.
The in-wall socket used must be flush with the wall.
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Preparing the Cavity Socket (Cavity Wall)
Hint: Use a cavity
socket cutter (countersink hole cutter)
The MX-DoorMaster can be mounted to a cavity wall (for example, plasterboard up to a
thickness of 35 mm) using either the supplied cavity socket or an existing socket. Push the
cavity socket into the prepared drill hole (68 mm) in the cavity wall and secure it by tightening the clamp screws. The metal claws automatically pop out and clamp the socket
firmly.
When the screws are
tightened, the metal
claws automatically
pop out and clamp the
socket to the cavity wall
(made of wood or plasterboard, for example)
After connecting the cables, secure the housing and board directly to the cavity socket by
fastening two small screws in the a and b positions (see fig.) This requires that the socket
is properly installed in the wall.
a
b
As in the case of the in-wall socket, you can also use four or two screws/screw anchors
(diagonally opposite one another) to tightly screw the housing to the wall.
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2.5.4 Installation Using Cavity or In-Wall Socket
1. Prepare all the required cabling and the cavity or in-wall socket: See previous
sections.
A
2. Remove the battery pack, connect the connector (A),
guide the cable under the battery pack and replace
the battery pack (B). The red LED indicates that the
battery is low.
3. Screw on the MxBus cable (coming from the T25
door station):
• Red wire to MX + terminal
• Blue wire to MX - terminal
B
Remove approximately
5 mm of insulation from
all the cables used
When extending the MxBus cable, make sure the polarity is correct (+/-).
4. Screw on the anti-theft protection (coming from
the T25 door station):
• First wire to OUT 1+ terminal
• Second wire to OUT - terminal
The device still functions properly if the wires are
swapped.
5. Screw on the electric door opener (coming from the
door):
• First wire to OUT 2+ terminal
• Second wire also to OUT - terminal
The device still functions properly if the wires are
swapped.
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Important: See the
connection options
in Section 2.4.2
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6. Screw on the ‘door lock unlocked/locked’ door lock switch (coming from the door):
• First wire to IN 2+ terminal
• Second wire to IN - terminal
The device still functions properly if the two wires
used here (operating contact and changeover contact) are swapped.
7. Screw on the ‘door opened/closed’ door contact (reed
switch) coming from the door:
• First wire to IN 1+ terminal
• Second wire also to IN - terminal
The device still functions properly if the two wires
used here (operating contact and changeover contact) are swapped.
8. Remove the front panel and frame: In order to protect
the board, the board is attached to the front panel
and frame in the original packaging. To continue with
the installation, however, you must first separate the
housing and board from the panel and frame. Loosen
the screw in the front panel and lift the panel forwards.
Now remove the attached frame from the board. Please
note that you will need the stainless steel screw in the
front panel again later.
9. Insert the housing and circuit board into the socket:
The two cable clamps on the rear of the housing are
located at the top. When using a cavity socket, make
sure you only use the stainless steel screws provided.
Using different (larger) screws could damage the
board.
Caution
Electrical systems and equipment may only be installed, modified and maintained by
a qualified electrician or under the direction and supervision of a qualified electrician
in accordance with the applicable electrical guidelines.
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10.Attach the frame: Place the selected frame (concave, convex or flat) onto the
board and press down gently until it automatically snaps into place. MOBOTIX is
printed on the bottom of the frame.
Select the type of
frame required
11. Insert the panel: Hook the front panel onto the bottom of the frame, as shown in the figure, and then
press it down.
12. Screw the panel on tightly: Secure the front panel
using the panel's stainless steel screw.
Notes
Make sure not to block the holes in the front panel (air circulation).
Following installation and inital operation, the MX-DoorMaster batteries should be
charged continuously for the first 12 hours. This takes place automatically via the PoEpowered T25 door station using the MxBus two-wire cable. During this time, the electric
door opening function should not be used (except for a short functional test). This will
maximize and extend the battery life of the high-quality NiMH battery (industry standard)
to several years at normal use.
When replacing the batteries, always be sure to use original batteries. You can purchase
these directly from MOBOTIX or your MOBOTIX partner.
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When a battery is almost
completely discharged, a
functional test can only be
carried out after the red
LED has gone out (after
approximately 15 minutes)
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2.6 Installing the Mx2wire+ Indoor Unit
2.6.1 Overview of Mx2wire+ Technology and Connectors
The Mx2wire+ technology that is optionally available with the T25 is used to connect the
door station to the network via a simple two-wire cable such as the connection cable of
an existing doorbell. An Mx2wire+ set always consists of two devices that communicate
with one another: the Info Module Mx2wire+ in the outdoor station and the compact
Mx2wire+ indoor unit.
In addition to data, power is also supplied via the two-wire cable to the Info Module Mx2wire+,
which (connected to the camera module via a patch cable) becomes a PoE injector for the
entire outdoor station and the MX-DoorMaster.
Network Connection and Power Supply (Data and Power)
The Mx2wire+ indoor unit has an RJ45 port and is connected by patch cable to a switch or
router, and thus also to the local network and the remote stations. In order for Mx2wire+ to
power the T25, a voltage source is required. There are two ways to achieve this:
1. Power supply from a PoE+ switch (Class 4, IEEE 802.3at, max. 30 W)
Connection: via patch cable on the Mx2wire+ indoor unit.
With Info Module Mx2wire+
Mx2wire+
indoor unit
Two-wire cable
PoE+ switch
(IEEE 802.3at)
Data and power
Advantage: The PoE+ switch directly connects the T25 remote stations as well, and
depending on the number of available ports, it can also power further PoE devices (door
stations, IP cameras).
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2. Power supply from an external 48 V DC power supply unit
Connection: via two contact terminals either on the Info Module Mx2wire+ or on the
Mx2wire+ indoor unit.
With Info Module Mx2wire+
Mx2wire+
indoor unit
Switch, e.g.,
Fritz!Box
Two-wire cable
Data and power
Power supply
48-57 V DC
Advantage: flexible voltage connection option and direct connection of a router/switch
for connecting remote stations (for example, Fritz!Box WLAN).
Extending the Range
A further advantage of Mx2wire+ is that it allows the range of a connection to be extended
considerably using a two-wire cable up to 500 m long (a T25 connection using a network
cable is limited to 100 m). For detailed technical information on the T25 version with Mx2wire+
technology, see Section 1.1.6, «Info Module Mx2wire+ (With Mx2wire+ Indoor Unit)».
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2.6.2 Mounting Instructions
Mounting Options
In addition to an on-wall installation using the supplied surface-mounted socket, you
can also choose to install the Mx2wire+ indoor unit using a standard in-wall socket or a
cavity socket (for wood or plasterboard, for example). Included in the delivery is a cavity socket of very high quality with soft rubber gaskets on the rear that needs to be punctured by the two wires that feed in. The tight seal provided here is far superior to that
offered by standard cavity sockets without this feature.
Surface-mounted socket
In-wall socket
Cavity socket
Please follow the installation instructions in Section 2.5.3. They also apply to the Mx2wire+
indoor unit.
Preparing and Testing the Two-Wire Cable
In general, Mx2wire+ is used with existing cables (bell wire). When cables have more than
two wires, make sure (color coding) that the same cable pair is used for both Mx2wire+
units (see figure). Approximately 5 mm of insulation must be stripped from both ends
of the two-wire cable.
Cable with wire-end
sleeves (for flexible
cores)
Info Module Mx2wire+
Mx2wire+
indoor unit
Prior to installation, test the cable connection to ensure that it is functioning properly (if
necessary, draw up a test chart).
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2.6.3 Installation Using Cavity or In-Wall Socket
1. Prepare the cavity or in-wall socket: see Section 2.5.3
2. Screw the two-wire cable to terminals 1 and 2: The
cable does not necessarily need to be attached to the
terminal with the same number on both Info Module Mx2wire+
units. The device continues to function if connectors 1
and 2 are swapped. 4 3
2 1
Connectors 3 and 4 are only assigned if an external voltage source (48-57 V DC) is used.
3. Remove the front panel and frame: In order to
protect the circuit board, the board is attached to
the front panel and frame in the original packaging.
To continue with the installation, however, you must
first separate the housing and board from the panel
and frame. Loosen the screw in the front panel and
lift the panel forwards.
Now remove the attached frame from the circuit
board. Please note that you will need the stainless
steel screw in the front panel again later.
Safety Warning
Use this product in compliance with the applicable legal regulations. Electrical systems
and equipment may only be installed, modified and maintained by a qualified electrician
or under the direction and supervision of a qualified electrician in accordance with the
applicable electrical guidelines.
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to be removed completely
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The board is attached
directly to the socket
using two screws (see
figure) or to the wall
using the Torx screws
MOBOTIX printed
at the bottom
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4. Insert the housing and circuit board into the socket:
The two cable clamps on the rear of the housing are
located at the top. For a cavity socket, make sure you
only use the stainless steel screws provided. Using
different (larger) screws could damage the circuit
board.
5. Attach the frame: Place the selected frame (concave,
convex or flat) onto the board and press down gently until it automatically snaps into place. MOBOTIX
is printed on the bottom of the frame.
6. Insert the panel: Hook the front panel onto the frame,
as shown in the figure, and then press it down.
7. Screw the panel on tightly: Secure the front panel
using the panel's stainless steel screw.
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60 mm
1. Prepare the surface-mounted socket: Preparation:
Please refer to the figure on the right and use the
surface-mounted socket as a template to mark the
drill holes. Make sure that the alignment and position
of the socket in relation to the two-wire cable are correct (TOP/OBEN arrows).
2. Feed in the two-wire cable (plus optionally the 48 V
connector) and screw on the surface-mounted
socket: Feed the two-wire cable through the opening
provided that is sealed with a rubber plug. Use the
8-wire plug for multi-wire cables. You only require
two of these wires for Info Module Mx2wire+. The
other two plugs with only one opening are ideally
suited to insulated, two-wire cables of varying thickness. Now use the four Torx screws to securely fasten the surface-mounted socket to the screw anchors
or directly to the (wooden) surface. Please ensure
that you only use the existing four drill holes of the
surface-mounted socket.
3. Remove the front panel and frame: In order to protect the circuit board, the board is attached to the
front panel and frame in the original packaging. To
continue with the installation, however, you must first
separate the board and housing from the panel and
frame. Loosen the screw in the front panel and lift
the panel forwards.
Now remove the attached frame from the circuit board.
Please note that you will need the stainless steel
screw in the front panel again later.
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2.6.4 Installation With Surface-Mounted Socket
Supplied rubber
plug for sealing the
two-wire cable:
For cables with
3 to 5 mm diam.
For cables with
5 to 7 mm diam.
For cables with a maximum of eight wires
The screw does not need
to be removed completely
from the front panel
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The device continues to
function if connectors
1 and 2 are swapped
4 3
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4. Screw the two-wire cable to terminals 1 and 2: The
cable does not necessarily need to be attached to the
terminal with the same number on both Info Module Mx2wire+
units. The device continues to function if connectors 1
and 2 are swapped. Connectors 3 and 4 are only assigned if an external
voltage source (48 V DC) is used.
5. Insert the housing and circuit board into the surfacemounted socket: The two cable clamps on the rear
of the housing are located at the top. Attach the
housing and board to the surface-mounted socket
by fastening the four stainless steel screws in the
four existing drill holes.
6. Attach the frame: Place the selected frame (concave,
convex or flat) onto the board and press down gently until it automatically snaps into place. MOBOTIX
is printed on the bottom of the frame.
7. Insert the panel: Hook the front panel onto the frame,
as shown in the figure, and then press it down.
First hook panel on underneath,
then press down the top
8. Screw the panel on tightly: Secure the front panel
using the panel's stainless steel screw.
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2.6.5 Function of Mx2wire+ Status LEDs
Each Mx2wire+ unit has two status LEDs (green and orange), which provide information
on the current state of the PoE power supply and on the transfer of data. The LEDs can
either light up continuously (ON) or they can blink (BLINK).
Info Module Mx2wire+
Mx2wire+
indoor unit
Two-wire cable
Data and power
Green LED
Orange LED
Green LED
Orange LED
ON
ON
ON
ON
Power is supplied
to the
Power is supplied to
the indoor unit
outdoor station
Network connection
to the outdoor station
has been established
Network connection
to the switch has
been established
BLINK
BLINK
BLINK
BLINK
never
Data is transferred to
the outdoor station
Outdoor station is
receiving power (if
connected)
Data is transferred
from the indoor unit
Note
The two status LEDs (orange, green) in the outdoor station's Info Module Mx2wire+
are only active for test purposes for the first 15 minutes after the power supply has been
established. After the LEDs have gone out, they can be reactivated by interrupting the
power supply for a short time.
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2.7 Connecting External Devices to the Door Station
A power relay can be connected to the door station via an external power supply (max.
24 V AC/DC) for the purpose of switching different types of devices (for example, outside lights,
garage doors, alarm systems, additional doorbells and so on). Connection is established
either via the MOBOTIX IO Module (accessory) or the access module (KeypadRFID/BellRFID).
The T25 camera software is used to configure the switching of external devices and can be
accessed via a standard web browser such as Internet Explorer. For additional information
on this topic, see the T25 System Manual Part 2.
2.7.1 Using the IO Module
Connect the IO Module to the camera module T25-CamCore via MxBus, which connects
it to the network. It has eight physical signal inputs that allow it to distinguish between a
pending full-wave and half-wave if an external AC voltage source has been connected.
This makes it possible to connect two switches to each signal input terminal so that 16
button inputs are made available. The inputs can be used for, e.g., bell buttons. The outputs
can be used for external devices such as a doorbell, or for outdoor lights or garage door
openers (via a power relay).
Installing the board
and Ethernet connector: see Section 2.3.5
e.g. 12 V AC
b
c
IO Module circuit
diagram with 16 button inputs and 3 signal
outputs (connected
with a relay here)
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Terminal Connector Functions (External Devices and Third-Party System)
In addition to general technical specifications for the signal inputs and outputs, the table
also shows the precise layout of the 16-wire terminal connector when the external devices
are modules from a third-party system.
Board
MX-
MxBus-
MX+
MxBus+
b
ERT
eLi/c
eLi
Comment
Direct connection to camera
module
Gnd
Ground
Reference potential
HW
Signal from eLi/c (half-wave rectified)
Floor call when c fits eLi/c
Door opener
Relay switches b (door opener
still connected to c)
Internal lights of third-party modules
Relay switches b (modules
each still connected to c)
Max. switching voltage: 48 V AC, 48 V DC
Max. current: 2 A
Max. load: 60 W
iLi
Function of Third-Party System
MxBus
Control for external light
(e.g., over the entrance door)
Isolated relay (NO type)
Bpc
Door lock switch (Bolt Position Contact) Contact switches c
Dpc
Door contact (Door Position Contact)
Contact switches c
Auth/S2
Transponder/Fingerprint
Module switches c
PIR module/motion sensor
Module switches c
PIR
7.4
7.3
7.2
7.1
Max. input voltage: 24 V AC, 24 V DC
Min. input voltage: 5 V AC, 5 V DC
Min. current: 2 mA
3 x signal outputs
Do
8 x signal inputs
General
Function
Bell button 4
Bell button 3
Bell button 2
Bell switches c (full-wave) floor
call switches ERT (half-wave)
Bell button 1
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Example: Connecting a Lamp Supplied With 230 V
Connect power relay (for lamp):
• First wire to eLi terminal
• Second wire to power supply
• Third wire to lamp
• Fourth wire to 230 V
Connect external power supply (for relay, e.g. 12 V AC):
• First wire to eLi/c terminal
• Second wire to power relay
Connect lamp:
• First wire to power relay
• Second wire to 230 V
IO Module
Power supply
230 V AC
e.g. 12 V AC
MX MX +
b
ERT
Do
iLi
Relay
Lamp
eLi/c
eLi
Bpc
Dpc
Auth/S2
PIR
7.4
Caution
Electrical systems
7.3and equipment may only be installed, modified and maintained by
a qualified electrician or under the direction and supervision of a qualified electrician
7.2
in accordance with
the applicable electrical guidelines.
7.1
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Connecting External Devices to the Door Station
Example: Connecting Up to Four Bell Buttons
Connect bell buttons:
• First wire to terminals 7.1 to 7.4 (1 to 4 bell buttons)
• Second wire to power supply
Connect power supply:
• First wire to terminal b
• Second wire to bell buttons
IO Module
Power supply
e.g. 12 V AC
MX MX +
b
ERT
Do
iLi
eLi/c
eLi
Bpc
Dpc
Auth/S2
PIR
7.4
Connect 2nd to 4th doorbell buttons to
7.1 to 7.4 (similar to 7.1)
7.3
7.2
1st doorbell button
7.1
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2.7.2 Using the Signal Outputs of the Access Module (KeypadRFID/BellRFID)
If the T25 door station is used with the MX-DoorMaster and a standard door opener,
all the access module connectors apart from the MxBus connector remain unused (see
Section 2.5.2, Version 1).
Example: Connecting a Lamp Supplied With 230 V (KeypadRFID/BellRFID)
Connect power relay (for lamp):
• First wire of control circuit (A1 terminal of relay) to COM terminal
• Second wire of control circuit (A2 terminal of relay) to OUT A terminal
• Power circuit for lamp (to be connected only by a qualified electrician)
Connect external power supply (for relay control voltage, e.g. 12 V AC):
T25 with KeypadRFID
• First wire to OUT B terminal
• Second wire to COM terminal
Connect lamp:
• First wire to power relay
• Second wire to 230 V
KeypadRFID/
BellRFID
Relay
Lamp
COM
Power supply
230 V
COM
e.g. 12 V AC
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MX +
MX –
MX +
MX –
T25 with BellRFID
Please note that you
can currently attach
only one access module
(i.e., either KeypadRFID
or BellRFID) to an
IP Video Door Station.
IN 1+
IN 1IN 2+
IN 2-
OUT A
OUT B
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Connecting External Devices to the Door Station
Example: Connecting Up to Two Bell Buttons to KeypadRFID
Connect first bell button:
• First wire to IN1+ terminal
• Second wire to IN1- terminal
Connect second bell button:
• First wire to IN2+ terminal
• Second wire to IN2- terminal
Note
The voltage required by the bell buttons (low voltage) is supplied by the access module.
No additional power supply is necessary.
KeypadRFID
MX +
MX MX +
MX -
1st doorbell button
IN 1+
IN 1IN 2+
Connect 2nd doorbell button to IN 2+
and IN 2- (similar to 1st doorbell button)
IN 2COM
COM
OUT A
OUT B
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2.8 Finishing the Installation
2.8.1 Checking the Wiring and Activating Theft Protection
After installing and connecting the door station, you will need to test the power supply to
the individual modules and the MX-DoorMaster.
Connect all the installed components (T25 outdoor station, MX-DoorMaster, door opener/
Mediator, door sensors, light and so on) and connect the power supply (switch on PoE
switch/router and all power supply units used). The MOBOTIX IP Video Door Station starts
up after the power supply is connected. The entire system starts up.
The buttons on the T25-CamCore light up for four seconds. Without pressing a button,
wait until the lights go out after a few minutes and then light up again.
T25-CamCore keys
light up
KeypadRFID/BellRFID LEDs
flash green and blue
MX-DoorMaster LEDs
flash green and blue
Notes
The blinking of the green LED on the access module and MX-DoorMaster indicates that data is communicated between the individual modules via Mx-Bus but the
data communication is still unencrypted. After the system is started up (see the T25
System Manual Part 2), the green LED lights up continuously (MxBus data communication is encrypted).
The LED on the access module lights up red when the communication of data via
MxBus is interrupted (for example, if the camera module stops working).
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Checking the Wiring
Test sequence from top
to bottom; unavailable
modules are skipped
Check LED on Info Module Mx2wire+/
Mx2wire+ indoor unit
Info Module: Green and orange LEDs light up
Indoor unit: Green LED flashes, orange LED lights up
Check lights on Info Module
LEDs on the Info Module light up
Check camera lights T25-CamCore
Buttons and light strips light up after boot phase
Check LED signal on access module
KeypadRFID/BellRFID
Blue and green LEDs flash
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Check LED signal on MX-DoorMaster
Blue and green LEDs flash
Check connection of door sensors
Close and lock door: Blue LED of the MX-DoorMaster
lights up, green LED flashes
Activating Theft Protection
Test the theft protection module by pressing and holding down the
two buttons on the MX-DoorMaster until the blue LED blinks. This
deactivates the anti-theft protection in the frame for 90 seconds
(see Section 2.4.7).
Use the special key to release the module above the mechanical
anti-theft protection lock and turn the red button to the ‘closed
lock’ symbol (see Section 2.3.7). Insert all the modules securely
back into the frame. The modules can only be removed now after
deactivating the anti-theft protection.
Before operating the door station, the batteries in the MX-DoorMaster must be fully charged
(maximum charging time: 12 hours). Finish the installation with Section 2.8.2, «Configuring
the MX-DoorMaster».
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When a battery is
almost completely discharged, the red LED
on the MX-DoorMaster
lights up first (for
approximately 15 min.)
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2.8.2 Configuring the MX-DoorMaster
Before using the MX-DoorMaster, it is essential to configure the signal output option to be
used (see Section 2.5.2, «Connection Diagrams for Door Opener Versions»).
Three Options Are Available
Self-powered (standard version)
Option 1: Power Supply From MX-DoorMaster Battery (Self-Powered)
Internal relay function
Option 2: Power Supply From External Power Supply Unit (Internal Relay Function)
The door opener is supplied with a pulsed 12 V voltage (max. 10 W) from the battery. This
state is signaled by a green LED in configuration mode. As this is the factory default setting,
no further configuration is required for this connection option.
The relay integrated into the MX-DoorMaster switches an external voltage that powers the
connected door opener. This is signaled by a red LED in configuration mode. Configuration
is required here (see below).
Mediator
Option 3: Self-Locking Mediator Door Lock Including UPS Via Battery Pack
A DC control signal is switched to the control input of the Mediator (special door opener
that keeps the door permanently locked). This is signaled by a blue LED in configuration
mode. Configuration is required here (see below).
LED (green, red)
LED (blue)
Doorbell
Door opener
and emergency
unlocking (in the
event of a power
failure)
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Finishing the Installation
The signal output option is set on the MX-DoorMaster in three steps as part of the
initial setup.
Step 1: Press both buttons at the same time for 5 seconds (until double beep)
You are now in administration mode (red LED turns off shortly every 3 seconds).
Step 2: Press door opener button (right) to configure the signal output option
You can switch between signal output options 1 to 3 by pressing the right button repeatedly.
The flashing pattern of the blue LED signals the currently selected setting.
• Blue flashing 1x every 3 seconds: Self-powered
• Blue flashing 2x every 3 seconds: Relay
• Blue flashing 3x every 3 seconds: Mediator
Step 3: Press both buttons at the same time for 5 seconds (until double beep)
The setting has been saved and you are exiting administration mode.
Notes
Test that the MX-DoorMaster is functioning by pressing and holding the door opener
button for 3 seconds. It should now be possible to open the door from the outside.
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