DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS

SECTION 4B
(Rev. B)
DOOR PHONE APARTMENT
STATIONS
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SECTION CONTENTS
signo DOOR PHONE Ref.1183/2
2
Buttons function............................................................................2
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS.....................................................2
InstallaTION..................................................................................2
Terminal pins description..............................................................2
CONFIGURATION.............................................................................2
Line terminal settings........................................................................4
PERFORMANCE...............................................................................4
Call reception................................................................................4
Intercom call forwarding................................................................4
Floor call function..........................................................................4
Supplementary ringer....................................................................4
Door open LED..............................................................................4
OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING............................................................5
Intercom function..........................................................................5
CALL TONE PROGRAMMING..........................................................6
Door phone call ring tone..............................................................6
Floor call ring tone.........................................................................6
PROGRAMMING DATA DELETING..................................................6
ACCESSORIES.................................................................................7
Kit for tabletop mounting Ref. 1140/50.........................................7
atlantico DOOR PHONE Ref.1183/1
8
Buttons function............................................................................8
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS.....................................................8
InstallaTION..................................................................................8
Terminal pins description..............................................................8
CONFIGURATION.............................................................................9
Line terminal settings..................................................................10
PERFORMANCE.............................................................................10
Call reception..............................................................................10
Intercom call forwarding..............................................................10
OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING..........................................................10
Intercom function........................................................................10
CALL TONE PROGRAMMING........................................................11
Door phone call ring tone............................................................11
PROGRAMMING DATA DELETING................................................11
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ACCESSORIES...............................................................................11
Kit for tabletop mounting Ref. 1133/50.......................................11
SIGNO HOUSE PHONE WITH 10 ADDITIONAL BUTTONS
Ref. 1183/312
Buttons function..........................................................................12
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................12
InstallaTION................................................................................12
Description of terminals...............................................................12
CONFIGURATION...........................................................................12
Line terminal settings......................................................................14
PERFORMANCE.............................................................................14
Call reception..............................................................................14
Intercom call forwarding..............................................................14
Floor call function........................................................................14
Additional ringer management....................................................14
Automatic door lock release........................................................15
Door open LED / Automatic door lock release............................15
OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING..........................................................15
Indoor station intercom function.................................................15
CALL TONE PROGRAMMING........................................................16
Door phone call ring tone............................................................16
Floor call ring tone.......................................................................16
PROGRAMMING DATA DELETING................................................16
ACCESSORIES...............................................................................17
Kit for tabletop mounting Ref. 1140/51.......................................17
sec.4b −−−− Ref. 1183/2
SIGNO DOOR PHONE
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS - INSTALLATION - CONFIGURATION
SIGNO DOOR PHONE Ref.1183/2
installaTION
SIGNO DOOR PHONE
To install Signo door phone perform the following operations:
1. Remove the door phone cover.
2. Fix the base to the wall with the provided screws and screw
anchors.
3. Configure the programming dip-switches and connect the door
phone to the system.
4. Mount again the cover.
Signo door phone recalls the style of Signo video door phone.
Designed by architect Citterio, Signo door phone has a perfectly flat
surface harmonized with the absence of corners.
On the front panel there are the button for door opening, backlit by
leds, and 3 buttons for additional services as intercom calls, opening
of the second electric lock, etc.
Signo door phone has an electronic management of the call ring
tone with a loudspeaker dedicated to this function, placed under the
handset. Also the switch used to adjust the call volume with “Mute”
function is hid by the handset.
When the switch is in “Mute” position, a little red flag comes out of the
door phone body to indicate the absence of the call ring tone.
Call voume
Call voume
Excluded call
] LINE
] CP
BUTTONS FUNCTION
Button
S+
S-
State
Special
function
Special
function
Speaking
Pedestrian
door lock
release
Driveway door
lock release
Special
function
Special
function
Idle and
off hook
Pedestrian
door lock
release
DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
Intercom call Intercom call
(default: not
(default:
programmed) switchboard
call)
Intercom call
(default: not
programmed)
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Power supply voltage: Current consumption in standby: Max. current consumption:
Operating temperature range:
Reference standards: Max. humidity: −−−− sec.4b
36 – 48Vdc
3,0mA max
70mA max
-5°C ÷ +45°C
EN 61000-6-3
EN 61000-6-1
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ConfiguraTION
CODE
Driveway door
lock release
INT
Pedestrian
Off-hook
door lock
waiting time
(call received) release
ON
Special
function
Supplementary ringer connection positive
Supplementary ringer connection negative
ON
Special
function
Floor call button
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Driveway door
lock release
Bus Line
1 2
Pedestrian
door lock
release
Idle and on
hook
TERMINAL PINS DESCRIPTION
ON
ON
=
OFF
ON
=
Default settings: default indoor station settings are:
USER= 127
INDOOR STATION= 0
The dip switches must always be arranged in the correct setting
for correct operation of the system in this case.
CODE: user code.
Set a number from 0 to 127 according to the following rules:
• No two apartments in the system can have the same user code.
• Indoor stations in parallel in the same apartment must have the
same user code.
• User codes be consecutive in the same column must.
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USER 36
USER 37
USER 38
USER 39
USER 40
USER 41
USER 42
USER 43
USER 44
USER 45
USER 46
USER 47
USER 48
USER 49
USER 50
USER 51
USER 52
USER 53
USER 54
USER 55
USER 56
USER 57
USER 58
USER 59
USER 60
USER 61
USER 62
USER 63
USER 64
USER 65
USER 66
USER 67
USER 68
USER 69
USER 70
USER 71
USER 72
USER 73
USER 74
USER 75
USER 76
USER 77
USER 78
USER 79
USER 80
USER 81
USER 82
USER 83
USER 84
USER 85
USER 86
USER 87
USER 88
USER 89
USER 90
USER 91
USER 92
USER 93
USER 94
SIGNO DOOR PHONE
CONFIGURATION
§ Use
the CODE dip switches from 2 to 8 (2= most significant bit
- 8= least significant bit) to set the required code. Dip switch 1
Ref. 1183/2
USER 35
USER 5
USER 10
USER 15
USER 20
USER 25
USER 30
USER 35
USER 40
USER 45
USER 1
USER 6
USER 11
USER 16
USER 21
USER 26
USER 31
USER 36
USER 41
USER 46
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USER 2
USER 7
USER 12
USER 17
USER 22
USER 27
USER 32
USER 37
USER 42
USER 47
USER 3
USER 8
USER 13
USER 18
USER 23
USER 28
USER 33
USER 38
USER 43
USER 48
USER 4
USER 9
USER 14
USER 19
USER 24
USER 29
USER 34
USER 39
USER 44
USER 49
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USER 0
SIGNO DOOR PHONE
must be OFF.
Ref. 1183/2
USER 85
USER 86
USER 87
USER 88
USER 89
SIGNO DOOR PHONE
PERFORMANCE
USER 90
USER 91
USER 92
USER 93
USER 94
SIGNO DOOR PHONE
LINE TERMINAL SETTINGS
Line termination
USER 95
USER 96
USER 97
USER 98
USER 99
OFF
USER 100
USER 101
USER 102
USER 103
USER 104
USER 105
USER 106
USER 107
USER 108
USER 109
ON
A line terminal jumper is fitted in the door phone. Activate the terminal
for devices wired at the end of a line from which another section does
not start from the device terminals (end of line).
PERFORMANCE
CALL RECEPTION
USER 110
USER 111
USER 112
USER 113
USER 114
The user’s apartment station will ring with the programmed tone when
a call is received according to the source:
• From main door unit
• From secondary door unit
• Intercom call
• Floor calls
• From switchboard
The electric lock can be operated from the calling door unit also
without picking up the handset when a call is received.
Indoor station 0 will ring immediately if there are several stations in
the apartment. Extensions 1, 2 and 3 will ring in sequence after each
other.
USER 115
USER 116
USER 117
USER 118
USER 119
INTERCOM CALL FORWARDING
USER 120
USER 121
USER 122
USER 123
USER 124
After programming the button for the intercom function, pickup the
handset and press the button.
The following cases can occur according to the calling indoor station
state:
• Indoor station free: the calling indoor station will output a
confirmation tone (2 beeps) and the called indoor station will ring.
Communication is established when the called user picks up.
• Indoor station busy: the indoor station outputs a warning tone (4
beeps in rapid sequence). Hang up and try again later.
FLOOR CALL FUNCTION
USER 126
USER 127
INT:
apartment station code.
Set a number from 0 to 3 according to the following rules:
• The indoor station code must be 0 if there is only one station in the
apartment.
• Up to 4 apartment stations can be connected in parallel using the
same user code and different indoor station codes.
ON
INT = 2
1 2
ON
INT = 1
1 2
ON
INT = 0
1 2
ON
1 2
DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
USER 125
The indoor station is equipped with a pair of terminals (CP) for
connecting the floor call button. The indoor station will ring with the
set tone for 3s when the button is pressed. Connect this button only
to one indoor station if there are several indoor stations in parallel.
Extensions 1, 2 and 3 will ring in sequence after each other.
SUPPLEMENTARY RINGER
The apartment stations are provided with a pair of terminals (S+, S-)
for connecting a supplementary ringer or relay. This ringer is controlled
when any call tone is generated.
INT = 3
The indoor station code is used to identify the single stations of the
same user. This means that intercom calls can be address to the single
user in the same apartment. All the users indoor stations will ring at
the same time in the event of intercom calls to different apartments,
door unit calls and floor calls. Extension 0 rings immediately when a
call is received. Extensions 1, 2 and 3 will ring in sequence after each
other.
DOOR OPEN LED
The apartment units provided with indicator LED to indicate the open
state of the door.
The LED will light up if the door of the main calling station is open and
will blink if the secondary calling station door is open.
The function is only active for the last called door phone or on which
the door opening button was pressed and corresponding to the last
calling door unit.
§ The
function is able only if a sensor is connected to the calling
station.
−−−− sec.4b
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Ref. 1183/2
OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING
OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING
The following programming operations are needed after testing the
basic operation of the system, only if are required.
– Check programmed function: release the handset A and press the
programmed button. Check that all indoor stations of user B ring
and check audio.
– You will need to program indoor station B to call A to make the
opposite call possible.
§ The
other functions listed in the “Buttons functions” table will not
be lost if the buttons are programmed for this function because
INTERCOM FUNCTION
Buttons , ,
can be programmed in 2Voice systems for intercom
call functions.
One button can be programmed to call another user in the column
or to call an indoor station in parallel. All indoor stations of the called
user will ring in the first case. Only the specifically programmed indoor
station will ring in the second case.
Intercom function between various users
– Go to the indoor station to be programmed as caller (indoor station
A).
– Hold the door opener button pressed and pick up the handset. The
indoor station A outputs a tone to indicate that programming mode
is in progress.
the intercom call is made with the handset off-hook.
Intercom function in the same apartment
– Go to the apartment station to be programmed as caller (indoor
station C1).
– Hold the door opener button pressed and pick up the handset. The
indoor station C1 outputs a tone to indicate that programming is
in progress.
C1
SIGNO DOOR PHONE
SIGNO DOOR PHONE
BEEP
1
2
A
BEEP
2
1
– Press the button to be programmed. The indoor station C1 will
output a confirmation tone.
C1
– Press the button to be programmed. The indoor station will output
a confirmation tone.
A
3
– Go to the user that the button will call (user B) and press the door
opener button. The indoor stations will be beep to indicate that they
have been programmed.
Alternatively, go to a calling station and press the calling button
of user B. The indoor station being programming (A) will beep to
indicate that it has been programmed. The indoor stations of user
B will ring when this occurs. Ignore this call.
B
BEEP
BEEP
USER B
– Hook up the handset of indoor station A. It will beep to indicate exit
from programming mode.
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C2
– Hook up the handset of indoor station C1. It will beep to indicate
exit from programming mode.
– Check programmed function: pick up the handset C1 and press the
programmed button.
– Check that the indoor station C2 rings and check audio.
– You will need to program indoor station C2 to call C1 to make the
opposite call possible.
§ The
other functions listed in the “Button functions” table will not
be lost if the buttons are programmed for this function because
the intercom call is made with the handset off-hook.
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– Go to the indoor station that the button will call (apartment station
C2) and press the door opener button. The indoor stations C1 and
C2 will be beep to indicate that they have been programmed.
3
Ref. 1183/2
SIGNO DOOR PHONE
SIGNO DOOR PHONE
CALL TONE PROGRAMMING - PROGRAMMING DATA DELETING
CALL TONE PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING DATA DELETING
In 2VOICE system each user can select the door phone call ring tone
and the floor call ring tone among the 5 available ones.
To delete all optional programming data (intercom call codes), perform
the following operations:
• By keeping the door lock release button pressed, pick the handset
up.
• Press at the same time the buttons and and keep them pressed
for 3 seconds until a tone confirming the deletion is emitted.
• Release the buttons and and hang the handset up.
DOOR PHONE CALL RING TONE
1. By keeping the door lock release button pressed, press and
release the button
.
2. The apartment station emits a call ring tone.
3. By keeping the door lock release button pressed, press again the
button
to change the call ring tone.
4. When the call ring tone has been selected, release the door lock
release button.
5. The call ring tone is programmed.
§ The
deleting procedure does not change the previously selected
call ring tones.
Warning: when programmed data are deleted, also the column
code will be deleted; it will be automatically acquired
after about 5 minutes.
The selected call ring tone is the same for all door phone calls.
However, the call ring tone source can be identified thanks to the call
ring tone timing:
Call source
Time
Ring total duration
Main call station
3 s ON
3s
Secondary call
station
0,4 s ON 0,2 s OFF
for 5 times
2,8 s
Intercom
0,5 s ON 0,5 s OFF
for 3 times
2,5 s
Switchboard
0,1 s ON 0,05 s OFF
for 3 times pause
0,2 s repeated for 5
times
2,8 s
DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
FLOOR CALL RING TONE
1. By keeping the door lock release button pressed, press and
release the button .
2. The apartment station emits a call ring tone.
3. By keeping the door lock release button pressed, press again the
button
to change the call ring tone.
4. When the call ring tone has been selected, release the door lock
release button.
5. The call ring tone is programmed.
−−−− sec.4b
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Ref. 1183/1
SIGNO DOOR PHONE
ACCESSORIES
5
ACCESSORIES
ATLANTICO DOOR PHONE
KIT FOR TABLETOP MOUNTING Ref. 1140/50
Signo door phone can be table-top installed. In this case, buy the
suitable support.
For installation, follow the procedure below:
1. Remove the door phone cover.
2. Fix the door phone base to the support.
3. Insert the cable in the suitable hole and perform connections.
4. Bloccare il cavo al supporto.
§ The
system cable must not be connected to the wiring junction
box provided with the table-top kit, but directly to the door
phone.
5. Close the door phone cover.
6. Mount the feet on the bottom side of the support.
6
1
§ With the table-top kit, in-out connection is not allowed.
2
DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
3
4
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sec.4b −−−− Ref. 1183/1
atlantico DOOR PHONE
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS - installaTION
atlantico DOOR PHONE
atlantico DOOR PHONE Ref.1183/1
Atlantico door phone has the following characteristics:
• Innovative style, with simple and essential lines designed by Michele
De Lucchi.
• Plastic finishing (ABS): polished for buttons and embossed for other
elements.
• Handset with telephone cable and connectors.
• Telephone handset hook switch placed in the lower part of the
cover.
• Button for door lock release function.
• Additional button for intercom call and opening of the second
electric lock.
• Easy installation with screws and screw anchors, without masonry
works.
Buttons function
Button
1
State
Idle and on
hook
Pedestrian door lock
release
Driveway door
lock release
Off-hook
waiting time
(call received)
Pedestrian door lock
release
Driveway door
lock release
Speaking
Pedestrian door lock
release
Driveway door
lock release
Idle and
off hook
Pedestrian door lock
release
Intercom call
(default: switchboard
call)
§ For
installation on flush mounting box Mod.503, fix the door phone
to the wall using the provided screws and screw anchors.
DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Power supply voltage: Standby current consumption: Max. current consumption: Operating temperature range: Compliant with: Max. humidity: 36 – 48Vdc
3,0mA max
70mA max
-5°C ÷ +45°C
EN 61000-6-3
EN 61000-6-1
90% UR
installaTION
To install Atlantico door phone perform the following operations:
1. Remove the door phone cover.
2. Fix the base to the wall with the provided screws and screw
anchors.
3. Configure the programming switches and connect the door phone
to the system.
4. Mount again the cover.
DESCRIPTION OF TERMINALS
] LINE
−−−− sec.4b
Bus line
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USER 41
USER 42
USER 43
USER 44
USER 45
USER 46
USER 47
USER 48
USER 49
USER 50
USER 51
USER 52
USER 53
USER 54
USER 55
USER 56
USER 57
USER 58
USER 59
USER 60
USER 61
USER 62
USER 63
USER 64
USER 65
USER 66
USER 67
USER 68
USER 69
USER 70
USER 71
USER 72
USER 73
USER 74
USER 75
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configuraTION
Ref. 1183/1
USER 40
ON
ON
OFF
ON
=
=
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Default settings: default indoor station settings are:
USER= 127
INDOOR STATION= 0
The dip switches must always be arranged in the correct setting
for correct operation of the system in this case.
CODE (2÷8): user code.
Set a number from 0 to 127 according to the following rules:
• No two apartments in the system can have the same user code.
• User codes be consecutive in the same column must.
§ Use
the CODE dip switches from 2 to 8 (2= most significant bit
- 8 = least significant bit) to set the required code.
USER 0
USER 1
USER 2
USER 3
USER 76
USER 77
USER 78
USER 79
USER 4
USER 5
USER 6
USER 7
USER 80
USER 81
USER 82
USER 83
USER 8
USER 9
USER 10
USER 11
USER 84
USER 85
USER 86
USER 87
USER 12
USER 13
USER 14
USER 15
USER 88
USER 89
USER 90
USER 91
USER 16
USER 17
USER 18
USER 19
USER 92
USER 93
USER 94
USER 95
USER 20
USER 21
USER 22
USER 23
USER 96
USER 97
USER 98
USER 99
USER 24
USER 25
USER 26
USER 27
USER 100
USER 101
USER 102
USER 103
USER 28
USER 29
USER 30
USER 31
USER 104
USER 105
USER 106
USER 107
USER 32
USER 33
USER 34
USER 35
USER 108
USER 109
USER 110
USER 111
USER 36
USER 37
USER 38
USER 39
USER 112
USER 113
USER 114
USER 115
USER 40
USER 41
USER 42
USER 43
USER 116
USER 117
USER 118
USER 119
USER 44
USER 45
USER 46
USER 47
USER 120
USER 121
USER 122
USER 123
USER 48
USER 49
USER 50
USER 51
USER 124
USER 125
USER 126
USER 127
USER 54
USER 55
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USER 52
USER 53
DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
ON
CODE
ATLANTICO DOOR PHONE
CONFIGURATION
Ref. 1183/1
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PERFORMANCE - OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING FOR ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
CODE (1):apartment station code.
Set the code according to the following rules:
• The indoor station code must be 0 if there is only one station in the
apartment.
• Up to 4 apartment stations (max 2 Mod. Atlantico) can be connected
in parallel using the same user code and different indoor station
codes.
§ On
the door phone 1183/1 the internal code can be set to values
0 (OFF) or 1 (ON).
INTERCOM FUNCTION
The button on 1183/1 door phones can be programmed for intercom
calls.
The button can be programmed to call another user in the column.
Intercom function between various users
• Go to the indoor station to be programmed as caller (indoor station
A).
• Hold the door opener button pressed and pick up the handset.
• Press the button to be programmed.
The indoor station code is used to identify the single stations of the
same user. This means that intercom calls can be address to the single
user in the same apartment. All the users indoor stations will ring at
the same time in the event of intercom calls to different apartments,
door unit calls and floor calls. Extension 0 rings immediately when a
call is received: the other internal codes ring in sequence.
A
2
LINE TERMINAL SETTINGS
1
A
Line termination
OFF
ON
A line terminal jumper is fitted in the door phone. Activate the terminal
for devices wired at the end of a line from which another section does
not start from the device terminals (end of line).
• Go to the user that the button will call (user B) and press the door
opener button.
Alternatively, go to a calling station and press the calling button
of user B. The indoor stations of user B will ring when this occurs.
Ignore this call.
PERFORMANCE
DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
CALL
RECEPTION
FUNCTION
3
AND
VIDEO
SHIFTING
The user’s apartment station will ring with the programmed tone when
a call is received according to the source:
• From main door unit
• From secondary door unit
• Intercom call
• Floor calls
• From switchboard
B
USER B
The electric lock can be operated from the calling door unit also
without picking up the handset when a call is received.
INTERCOM CALL FORWARDING
After programming the button for the intercom function, pickup the
handset and press the button.
§ There
is no feedback tone neither if the system is free nor if it is
engaged.
OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING FOR ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS
• Hook up the handset of apartment station A. It will beep to indicate
exit from programming mode.
• Check programmed function: release the handset A and press the
programmed button. Check that all indoor stations of user B ring
and check audio.
• You will need to program indoor station B to call A to make the
opposite call possible.
§ The
other functions listed in the “Buttons functions” table will not
be lost if the buttons are programmed for this function because
the intercom call is made with the handset off-hook.
The following programming operations are needed after testing the
basic operation of the system, only if are required.
10 −−−− sec.4b
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Ref. 1183/1
CALL TONE PROGRAMMING - PROGRAMMING DATA DELETING
ACCESSORIES
CALL TONE PROGRAMMING
ACCESSORIES
In 2VOICE system each user can select the door phone call ring tone
among the 5 available ones.
KIT FOR TABLETOP MOUNTING Ref. 1133/50
DOOR PHONE CALL RING TONE
The Mod. Atlantico door phone may be tabletop mounted. For
this purpose, purchase a specific white tabletop transformation kit
Ref. 1133/50 with socket.
1. By keeping the door lock release button pressed, press and
release the button 1.
2. The apartment station emits a call ring tone.
3. By keeping the door lock release button pressed, press again the
button 1 to change the call ring tone.
4. When the call ring tone has been selected, release the door lock
release button.
5. The call ring tone is programmed.
Assembly operations:
• Remove the door phone hood.
• Insert the wire through the tabletop stand and the door phone.
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The selected call ring tone is the same for all door phone calls.
However, the call ring tone source can be identified thanks to the call
ring tone timing.
Call source
Time
Ring total duration
Main call station
3 s ON
3s
Secondary call
station
0,4 s ON 0,2 s OFF
for 5 times
2,8 s
Intercom
0,5 s ON 0,5 s OFF
for 3 times
2,5 s
Switchboard
0,1 s ON 0,05 s OFF
for 3 times pause
0,2 s repeated for 5
times
2,8 s
• Insert the adhesive rubbers provided under the tabletop stand
under the door phone base in the specific housings.
• Apply the tabletop stand to the base of the door phone and arrange
the wires in the specific housing.
• Connect the wires to the door phone terminal board.
§ The
system cable must not be connected to the wiring junction
box provided with the table-top kit, but directly to the door
phone.
To delete all optional programming data (intercom call codes), perform
the following operations:
• By keeping the door lock release button pressed, pick the handset
up.
• Press at the same time the door lock release button and the button
1 and keep them pressed for at least 3 seconds.
• Release the buttons and hang the handset up.
• Close the door phone hood.
• Connect the system wires to the corresponding socket terminals.
1
2
§ The
deleting procedure does not change the previously selected
call ring tones.
Warning: when programmed data are deleted, also the column
code will be deleted; it will be automatically acquired
after about 5 minutes.
§ With the table-top kit, in-out connection is not allowed.
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DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
PROGRAMMING DATA DELETING
Ref. 1183/3
SIGNO HOUSE PHONE WITH 10 ADDITIONAL BUTTONS
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - INSTALLATION - CONFIGURATION
106 mm
40 mm
INSTALLATION
•
•
•
•
Remove the door phone hood.
Fix the base to the wall with the screws and bolts included.
Configure the programming switches and make the connections.
Refit the hood.
225 mm
The door phone Ref. 1183/3 has the same aspect and electric
characteristics as Signo Ref. 1183/2 door phone, but it is provided
with 10 buttons used for additional services and with automatic door
lock release function after a call.
As in the basic version, on the front side there is the led-backlit button
used to open the door and in the button number 7 body there is a led
used to signal an open door.
Also in this model, the call is electronically managed with a dedicated
loudspeaker; its volume can be adjusted with a switch. When the
switch is in “Mute” position, a little red flag comes out of the door
phone body to indicate the absence of the call ring tone.
MAX
Maximum calling
volume
MIN
Minimum calling
volume
155 cm
SIGNO HOUSE PHONE WITH 10 ADDITIONAL BUTTONS
SIGNO HOUSE PHONE WITH 10 ADDITIONAL
BUTTONS Ref. 1183/3
MUTE
No calling tone
DESCRIPTION OF TERMINALS
BUTTONS FUNCTIONS
Button
1÷6
Waiting for
pick-up
(receiving
a call)
Door lock
release
Garage door
lock release
Special
function
Special
function
Automatic
door lock
release
Audio
Door lock
release
Garage door
lock release
Special
function
Special
function
Automatic
door lock
release
Stand-by
and off
hook
Door lock
release
Chiamata
intercom.
(default: not
programmed)
Programmable
intercom.
(default: call to
switchboard)
Chiamata
intercom.
(default: not
programmed)
Automatic
door lock
release
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power voltage:
Stand-by consumption:
Max. consumption:
Working temperature range:
Reference standards:
Max. humidity: 12 −−−− sec.4b
36 – 48Vdc
3,0mA max
70mA max
-5°C ÷ +45°C
EN 61000-6-3
EN 61000-6-1
90%UR
ConfiguraTION
CODE
Special
function
INT
Special
function
Supplementary ringer connection positive
Supplementary ringer connection negative
ON
Garage door
lock release
S+
S-
ON
Door lock
release
Automatic
door lock
release
Floor call button
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Stand-by
and on
hook
Bus Line
1 2
DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
State
7
] LINE
] CP
ON
=
ON
=
Default settings: default indoor station settings are:
USER= 127
INDOOR STATION= 0
The dip switches must always be arranged in the correct setting
for correct operation of the system in this case.
CODE: user code.
Set a number from 0 to 127 according to the following rules:
• No two apartments in the system can have the same user code.
• Indoor stations in parallel in the same apartment must have the
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USER 36
USER 37
USER 38
USER 39
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CONFIGURATION
USER 40
USER 41
USER 42
USER 43
USER 44
USER 45
USER 46
USER 47
USER 48
USER 49
USER 50
USER 51
USER 52
USER 53
USER 54
USER 55
USER 56
USER 57
USER 58
USER 59
USER 60
USER 61
USER 62
USER 63
USER 64
USER 65
USER 66
USER 67
USER 68
USER 69
USER 70
USER 71
USER 72
USER 73
USER 74
USER 75
USER 76
USER 77
USER 78
USER 79
USER 80
USER 81
USER 82
USER 83
USER 84
USER 85
USER 86
USER 87
USER 88
USER 89
USER 90
USER 91
USER 92
USER 93
USER 94
Ref. 1183/3
USER 35
§ Use
the CODE dip switches from 2 to 8 (2= most significant bit
- 8= least significant bit) to set the required code. Dip switch 1
must be OFF.
USER 5
USER 10
USER 15
USER 20
USER 25
USER 30
USER 35
USER 40
USER 1
USER 6
USER 11
USER 16
USER 21
USER 26
USER 31
USER 36
USER 41
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USER 2
USER 7
USER 12
USER 17
USER 22
USER 27
USER 32
USER 37
USER 42
USER 3
USER 8
USER 13
USER 18
USER 23
USER 28
USER 33
USER 38
USER 43
USER 4
USER 9
USER 14
USER 19
USER 24
USER 29
USER 34
USER 39
USER 44
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DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
USER 0
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same user code.
• User codes be consecutive in the same column must.
Ref. 1183/3
USER 85
USER 86
USER 87
USER 88
USER 89
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PERFORMANCE
USER 90
USER 91
USER 92
USER 93
USER 94
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LINE TERMINAL SETTINGS
USER 95
USER 96
USER 98
Line termination
USER 99
OFF
USER 100
USER 105
USER 101
USER 106
USER 102
USER 107
USER 103
USER 108
ON
USER 104
USER 109
A line terminal jumper is fitted in the door phone. Activate the terminal
for devices wired at the end of a line from which another section does
not start from the device terminals (end of line).
PERFORMANCE
USER 110
USER 111
USER 112
USER 113
USER 114
USER 115
USER 116
USER 117
USER 118
USER 119
USER 120
USER 121
USER 122
USER 123
USER 124
USER 125
USER 126
USER 127
INT:
apartment station code.
Set a number from 0 to 3 according to the following rules:
• The indoor station code must be 0 if there is only one station in the
apartment.
• Up to 4 apartment stations can be connected in parallel using the
same user code and different indoor station codes.
ON
INT = 2
1 2
ON
INT = 1
1 2
ON
INT = 0
1 2
ON
1 2
DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
USER 97
INT = 3
The indoor station code is used to identify the single stations of the
same user. This means that intercom calls can be address to the single
user in the same apartment. All the users indoor stations will ring at
the same time in the event of intercom calls to different apartments,
door unit calls and floor calls. Extension 0 rings immediately when a
call is received. Extensions 1, 2 and 3 will ring in sequence after each
other.
CALL RECEPTION
The user’s apartment station will ring with the programmed tone when
a call is received according to the source:
• From main door unit
• From secondary door unit
• Intercom call
• Floor calls
• From switchboard
The electric lock can be operated from the calling door unit also
without picking up the handset when a call is received.
Indoor station 0 will ring immediately if there are several stations in
the apartment. Extensions 1, 2 and 3 will ring in sequence after each
other.
INTERCOM CALL FORWARDING
After programming the button for the intercom function, pickup the
handset and press the button.
The following cases can occur according to the calling indoor station
state:
• Indoor station free: the calling indoor station will output a
confirmation tone (2 beeps) and the called indoor station will ring.
Communication is established when the called user picks up.
• Indoor station busy: the indoor station outputs a warning tone (4
beeps in rapid sequence). Hang up and try again later.
FLOOR CALL FUNCTION
The indoor station is equipped with a pair of terminals (CP) for
connecting the floor call button. The indoor station will ring with the
set tone for 3s when the button is pressed. Connect this button only
to one indoor station if there are several indoor stations in parallel.
Extensions 1, 2 and 3 will ring in sequence after each other.
ADDITIONAL RINGER MANAGEMENT
The door phone is equipped with a pair of terminals (S-, S+) for
connecting a supplementary ringer or a relay. This ringer is controlled
when any call tone is generated.
AUTOMATIC DOOR LOCK RELEASE
This feature allows to automatically send a pedestrian door lock
release command after a call coming from door units. This feature
can be activated/deactivated with the button no. 7 and is signalled by
turning on the led on the button.
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OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING FOR ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
/ AUTOMATIC DOOR LOCK
The door phone is provided with a led that signals open door state or
automatic door lock release feature active.
To signal an open door in a main call module, the led is steady on;
to signal an open door in a secondary call module the led blinks fast;
to signal an automatic door lock release feature active the led blinks
slowly. Automatic door lock release signalling has priority over open
door signal.
Open door signalling is active only on the last called door phone
where the door lock release button has been pressed. This signalling
is referred to the last calling door unit.
indicate that it has been programmed. The indoor stations of user
B will ring when this occurs. Ignore this call.
B
BEEP
USER B
§ Open
door signalling is available only if a suitable sensor has
been connected to the door unit.
The following programming operations are needed after testing the
basic operation of the system, only if are required.
– Hook up the handset of indoor station A. It will beep to indicate exit
from programming mode.
– Check programmed function: release the handset A and press the
programmed button. Check that all indoor stations of user B ring
and check audio.
– You will need to program indoor station B to call A to make the
opposite call possible.
INDOOR STATION INTERCOM FUNCTION
§ The
other functions listed in the “Buttons functions” table will not
be lost if the buttons are programmed for this function because
OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING FOR ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS
Buttons , ,
or buttons from 1 to 6 can be programmed in 2Voice
systems for intercom call functions.
One button can be programmed to call another user in the column
or to call an indoor station in parallel. All indoor stations of the called
user will ring in the first case. Only the specifically programmed indoor
station will ring in the second case.
Intercom function between various users
– Go to the indoor station to be programmed as caller (indoor station
A).
– Hold the door opener button pressed and pick up the handset. The
indoor station A outputs a tone to indicate that programming mode
is in progress.
A
the intercom call is made with the handset off-hook.
Intercom function in the same apartment
– Go to the apartment station to be programmed as caller (indoor
station C1).
– Hold the door opener button pressed and pick up the handset. The
indoor station C1 outputs a tone to indicate that programming is
in progress.
C1
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OPEN DOOR LED
RELEASE
BEEP
2
BEEP
1
2
1
C1
– Press the button to be programmed. The indoor station will output
a confirmation tone. Buttons can be , ,
or buttons from 1 to
6.
A
3
3
– Go to the indoor station that the button will call (apartment station
C2) and press the door opener button. The indoor stations C1 and
C2 will be beep to indicate that they have been programmed.
– Go to the user that the button will call (user B) and press the door
opener button. The indoor stations will be beep to indicate that they
have been programmed.
Alternatively, go to a calling station and press the calling button
of user B. The indoor station being programming (A) will beep to
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DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
– Press the button to be programmed. The indoor station C1 will
output a confirmation tone. Buttons can be , ,
or buttons
from 1 to 6.
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FLOOR CALL TONE
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C2
– Hold the door opener button pressed. Press and release the button
. The indoor station will play a tone.
– Hold the door opener button pressed and press the button again
to change the tone.
– Release the door opener button when you have chosen the tone
you want. The tone is now programmed.
BEEP
– Hook up the handset of indoor station C1. It will beep to indicate
exit from programming mode.
– Check programmed function: pick up the handset C1 and press
the programmed button. Check that the indoor station C2 rings and
check audio.
– You will need to program indoor station C2 to call C1 to make the
opposite call possible.
§ The
other functions listed in the “Button functions” table will not
be lost if the buttons are programmed for this function because
the intercom call is made with the handset off-hook.
PROGRAMMING DATA DELETION
CALL TONE PROGRAMMING
In 2Voice system each user can select the door phone call ring tone
among the 5 available ones.
DOOR PHONE CALL TONE
DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
– Hold the door opener button pressed. Press and release the button
. The indoor station will play a tone.
– Hold the door opener button pressed and press the button
again to change the tone.
– Release the door opener button when you have chosen the tone
you want. The tone is now programmed.
Proceed as follows to delete all optional programming data (intercom
calling code):
– Hold the door opener button pressed and pick up the handset.
– Press and at the same time for 3 seconds until you hear the
deletion tone.
– Release buttons and and hang up.
§ The
deletion procedure will not change the programmed calling
tones.
Warning: when programmed data are deleted, also the column
code will be deleted; it will be automatically acquired
after about 5 minutes.
The selected call ring tone is the same for all door phone calls.
However, the call ring tone source can be identified thanks to the call
ring tone timing:
Call source
Time
Ring total
duration
Main call station
3 s ON
Secondary call station
0,4 s ON 0,2 s OFF for
5 times
2,8 s
Intercom
0,5 s ON 0,5 s OFF for
3 times
2,5 s
Switchboard
0,1 s ON 0,05 s OFF
for 3 times pause 0,2 s
repeated for 5 times
2,8 s
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ACCESSORIES
ACCESSORIes
4
SIGNO HOUSE PHONE WITH 10 ADDITIONAL BUTTONS
kit for tabletop mounting ref. 1140/51
Signo door phone can be table-top installed. In this case, buy the
suitable support.
For installation, follow the procedure below:
1. Remove the door phone cover.
2. Fix the door phone base to the support.
3. Insert the cable in the suitable hole and perform connections.
4. Fix the cable to the support
§ The
system cable must not be connected to the wiring junction
box provided with the table-top kit, but directly to the door
phone.
5. Close the door phone cover.
6. Mount the feet on the bottom side of the support.
1
5
2
3
§ With the table-top kit, in-out connection is not allowed.
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6
DOOR PHONE APARTMENT STATIONS
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