Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone Installation And User

8028 SIP Doorphone
Installation and User Guide
Algo Communication Products Ltd., Burnaby, BC Canada V5J 5L2
www.algosolutions.com
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Document #: 90-00054A
Important Safety Notice
The 8028 SIP Doorphone is designed and tested to comply with EN 60950-1:2006 safety
requirements.
When the Doorphone Controller is connected to wiring that exits the building, there is
potential risk of lightning induced electrical surges or high voltages from fault conditions.
To reduce risk, outdoor wiring should be protected by Earth grounded conduit whenever
possible.
If outdoor wiring will be connected to the Doorphone Controller then the power supply provided
with the Doorphone Controller must first be connected to a properly Earthed mains supply.
Under no circumstances can the Doorphone Controller be disconnected from Earth ground while
connected to outdoor wiring.
Support
Algo is pleased to offer telephone or email support relating to installation issues, applications
assistance, or general product inquiries.
Algo Communication Products Ltd.
4500 Beedie Street
Burnaby, British Columbia
Canada, V5J 5L2
support@algosolutions.com
604.454.3792 or 877.884.2546 (Toll free North America)
sales@algosolutions.com
604.454.3790
Algo products are warranted against defect in workmanship for a period of 12 months after
installation not to exceed 18 months from date of manufacture. For warranty or non-warranty
repair support please contact your distributor or reseller. If necessary, contact Algo using the support
contacts listed above.
FCC Compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: 1) Reorient or relocate
the receiving antenna, 2) Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver, 3) Connect the equipment
into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected, or 4) Consult the dealer or an
experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Table of Contents
Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
FCC Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Important Safety Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Quick Install & Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Typical Applications for Auxiliary Inputs and Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Door or Gate Control Basics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Door Release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Setup and Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Programming and Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Web Interface Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
NAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
STUN Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Asterisk and other SIP Servers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Auto-Provisioning (via TFTP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
MD5 Checksum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Generating a generic configuration file . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Generating a specific configuration file . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Connections and Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Auxiliary Dry Contact Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Auxiliary Dry Contact Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LED Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
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Introduction
Ideal for secure business entrances, emergency intercom, and residential gates,
Algo’s 8028 SIP Doorphone provides
hands-free intercom capability,
entrance security with door unlock
control, rugged weatherproof design,
and superior audio performance.
Fully compatible with SIP industry
standards, the 8028 SIP Doorphone
will work with most hosted or
enterprise SIP-based servers supporting
third-party SIP endpoints.
The 8028 Doorphone includes a
Control Unit, Door Station, and Power
Supply. The Control Unit and Door
Station can be connected with a single twisted pair wire up to 1,000 feet (300
m) with the Door Station located outdoors and the Control Unit in a dry indoor
location.
Features
•
Suitable for commercial or residential applications
•
Door Station connected by a single twisted wire pair
•
Full duplex capable hands-free voice communication at the Door Station
•
Door control relay contacts and available 24 Vdc 0.3 A strike power
•
Auxiliary dry contact inputs and outputs from Doorphone Controller and
Door Station
•
Programmable via Web Interface
•
International 110/220 V, 50/60 Hz switching power supply
•
Regulatory: CSA/UL, FCC Class B, CE, EN60950-1 2006 CB Scheme
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Quick Install & Test
The 8028 SIP Doorphone requires minimal configuration for a typical
installation. Programming is only required to enter the SIP account details, and
for more advanced applications.
1. Connect the power supply to the
Power Jack of the Doorphone
Controller and plug into an
available AC outlet.
SIP Server
2. Flush or surface-mount the Digital
Door Station at desired location and
connect a twisted telephone wire
pair between the “CTRL” terminals
of the Door Station and the center
pair (red and green) of the supplied
Telephone Wiring Jack. Polarity is
not important.
3. Using the short six conductor modular
cable, connect the Telephone Wiring
Jack to the Door Station Jack of the
Doorphone Controller.
4. Using an Ethernet cable, connect the Ethernet Jack of the Doorphone
Controller to your LAN.
5. Press the Call Button on the Door Station. A recorded voice will speak the
IP Address of the device. Enter this address in a PC web browser in order
to open the Web Interface. Note: The spoken IP address feature will be
automatically disabled after a SIP Server is configured in Step 6 (below).
6. Use the Web Interface to enter the SIP Proxy Server address as well as
the user account and password that the 8028 SIP Doorphone will use to
register. Also enter the target extension that the Doorphone will call.
7. Press the Call Button on the Door Station, then answer to communicate with
the Door Station. Press the digit 6 on the phone keypad to activate the door
control relay for three seconds (if applicable).
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Applications
Typical Applications for Auxiliary Inputs and Outputs
The 8028 architecture and digital link between the Door Station and Controller
provides flexible options using the auxiliary inputs and outputs. These are some
typical applications:
Cancel Ring When Door Opened
In a residential or warehouse installation it is not uncommon for the door to
be answered in person before the phone is answered. Either Door Station or
Control Unit inputs can be configured to cancel ring if the door is opened
before a call is answered. This requires a normally closed or normally open
contact to detect door open.
Trigger Door Bell from Door Station
When the Door Station call button is pressed, either (or both) the Door Station
or Control Unit dry contact output can be configured to activate a door bell or
auxiliary alerting system in addition to phone ring.
Trigger Door Station from External Button/Event
Either the Control Unit or Door Station can accept a dry contact closure to
activate the Doorphone as if the call button had been pressed. This could be an
external doorbell button, PIR detector, or some other system.
Cancel Door Open Relay once Door Opened
The door opening control can be set for activation (using the `Open Code’) up
to 30 seconds (set by the `Relay Time’ setting) to allow sufficient time for entry.
For security, the 8028 Doorphone can be configured to cancel Door Opening
once the door is opened to prevent “tailgating” by unauthorized personnel.
Unlock Door Indefinitely until Canceled
The door opening control can be set to unlock indefinitely (using the `Latch
Open Code’) until canceled (using the `Release Code’) that locks it again. This
allows an entrance to be used repeatedly for a period of time without requiring
multiple activations of the door control relay.
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Anti-Door Tamper
A feature of the 8028 Doorphone is to ring the telephone(s) with a warning alert
in the event a door is ajar due to tampering (such as a door blocked open after
being legitimately released for a visitor).
In-Use and Ring
Either the Control Unit or Door Station can be configured to provide a dry
contact output during ring or in-use for channel selection (typically) of third
party video monitoring systems.
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Door or Gate Control Basics
Control contacts are provided from the Doorphone Controller and are typically
used for door strike activation or gate control. For security, the door control
relay is located in the Controller to avoid entry by tampering. The Door Station
dry contact output (OUT) may be configured for ‘low security’ gate control
requiring a low current dry contact.
Door Release
Door release typically involves energizing or de-energizing a door strike which
pivots to allow a locked door to open without retraction of the latch bolt. There
are two different types of door strikes:
•
“Fail Locked” (or “Fail Secure”)
•
“Fail Unlocked” (or “Fail Safe”)
Fail Locked / Fail Secure Electric Strike
These require power to release and
remain locked during power failure. The
door may still normally be opened from
the outside with a key, or from inside
without a key. The door control relay is
used to apply power to release the door.
24V 0.3A
Door
Strike
“Fail Locked”
24 Vdc 0.2 A Typical
Fail Unlocked / Fail Safe Electric Strike
These (as well as magnetic locks), require
power to lock and become unlocked
during power failure. The door control
relay is used to maintain power to the
door lock (NC and C contacts) which is
interrupted to release the door. Magnetic
locks may require override systems to
allow safety exit in the event of fire.
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24V 0.3A
“Fail Unlocked”
24 Vdc 0.2 A Typical
Power Supply
The Doorphone Controller provides an auxiliary 24 V 0.3 A power supply
which is suitable for common types of door strikes. If more current or a different
voltage is required, then the customer must provide a matching power supply
for the electric strike or magnetic lock. Maximum switching capability of the
door control contacts is 1 A 30 V.
The Door Control relay may also be configured for alternate functionality
including In-Use, Ring, and Call Button Press.
For more information on applications for the 8028 SIP Doorphone,
please visit www.algosolutions.com/8028. The 8028 Doorphone
firmware may be modified through the web interface and Algo routinely
accepts requests for custom firmware for unique applications.
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Setup and Installation
8028 SIP Doorphone Controller
24V 0.3A
24VDC 0.6A
RESET
Door Control Relay see Door Control
Section
Reset Button
Power Input 24V 0.6A
Door Station Jack
Ethernet Jack. Connect to
LAN with access to SIP
Proxy Server
6-Wire Modular
Cable (Supplied)
Telephone Wiring
Jack (supplied)
BLACK
WHITE
BLUE
WH
Controller Dry
Contact Output
BL
B
K
Y
R
D
G
L
YELLOW
Z
RED
Controller Dry
Contact Input
GREEN
Twisted pair
typical 24AWG
Max 3000 feet (900m)
Station Dry
Contact Input
Door Station
Station Dry
Contact Output
CTRL
IN
OUT
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Programming and Configuration
Connection to Network and Obtaining IP Address
After connecting the 8028 to a network port, watch for the PWR light to start
winking (on and blinking off) during initialization. The 8028 will then attempt
to obtain an IP address from the DHCP server. If unsuccessful, the 8028 will
default to the fixed IP address 192.168.1.111.
To find the IP address of the 8028, press the Call Button on the Door Station.
The 8028 will speak its IP address if it has not yet been configured with a SIP
Server address. Alternatively, search the network using the 8028 Locator Tool
available for download from www.algosolutions.com/8028locator.
Web Interface Control Panel
The 8028 is programmed using a web interface tool accessed by entering the
8028 IP address into a browser. Using this interface, you can configure the
8028 network settings and select the desired options. These settings survive
power cycling and may be programmed in advance prior to site installation.
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Configuration Options
SIP
SIP Domain/Proxy
SIP Server Name or IP address
Outbound Proxy
(optional)
Outbound proxy is a proxy (server) that stands between a private
network and the Internet.
STUN Server
(optional)
Allow communication between SIP server and 8028 if NAT is
present (see “NAT” on page 19).
Registrar
(optional)
A registrar is a server that accepts REGISTER requests from SIP
devices. Configure Registrar if the SIP Proxy does not accept
REGISTER requests.
Register Period
(seconds)
Maximum requested period of time where the 8028 will re-register
with the SIP server. Default setting is 3600 seconds (1 hour). Only
change if instructed otherwise.
Keep-alive
Method
Maintain connection between the 8028 and the SIP Server if the
8028 is behind NAT.
Keep-alive Period
(seconds)
Period of time where the 8028 will send some information to the
SIP Server to keep the connection alive.
Extension
The phone number that the 8028 registers with the SIP Server. It
will auto-answer any inbound calls.
Auth ID
Authentication ID; Used to register the device on the SIP Server.
Password
SIP password used to register the device on the SIP Server.
Dialing Extension
Phone number to be dialed when the Call button on the door
station is pressed.
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Features
Audio Settings
Speaker Volume
Speaker audio level in 3 dB steps (Default: 8)
Microphone Volume
Microphone audio level in 3 dB steps (Default: 7)
DSP Noise Reduction
• Full Duplex with Noise Reduction
• Full Duplex without Noise Reduction (Default)
Ringback Tone
Allows audible ringback tone to be played on Door Station
speaker until call is answered
• Enabled (Default)
• Disabled
Inbound Call Settings
Answer Inbound Call
Auto-answer or ignore inbound calls
• Enabled (Default)
• Disabled
Answer Tone
An optional beep tone can be played at the Door Station
when it answers an inbound call
• Enabled (Default)
• Disabled
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Door Relay Settings
Momentary Open Code
Duration
Cancel if Door
Opened
1-4 digit DTMF code that can be used to unlock the door for
a brief period of time (as set by the Relay Time field). Leave
this field blank to disable this feature. (Default: 6)
The duration for which to unlock the door when the
Momentary Open Code is entered.
Cancels the door unlock (i.e. locks the door again) if the
door has been opened to ensure it cannot be opened a 2nd
time. Only available if the controller input or door station is
configured for Door Sensor mode.
Latch Open Code
1-4 digit DTMF code that can be used to unlock the door
indefinitely. Leave this field blank to disable this feature.
Latch Closed Code
1-4 digit DTMF code that will lock the door again when it is
latched open. Leave this field blank to disable this feature.
Ring Settings
Outbound Ring Limit
Cancel if Door
Opened
• No ring
• Limit to 1-9 rings (Default: 5 Rings)
• No limit
• No (Default)
• Yes
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Auxiliary I/O Settings
Controller Output
•
•
•
•
•
•
In-Use (Default)
Ring
Call Button Press
Door Control
Door Sensor
Door Alarm
• Follow Controller Input
• Follow Station Input
• Disabled
Door Station Output
•
•
•
•
•
In-Use
Ring
Call Button Press (Default)
Door Control
Door Sensor
•
•
•
•
Door Alarm
Follow Controller Input
Follow Station Input
Disabled
Door Relay
•
•
•
•
•
In-Use
Ring
Call Button Press
Door Control (Default)
Door Sensor
•
•
•
•
Door Alarm
Follow Controller Input
Follow Station Input
Disabled
Controller Input
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Door Sensor, Normally Open Input
Door Sensor, Normally Closed Input (Default)
Manual Door Release Input
Door Control Lockout Input
Call Button, Normally Open Input
Call Button, Normally Closed Input
Disabled
Door Station Input
•
•
•
•
•
Door Sensor, Normally Open Input
Door Sensor, Normally Closed Input
Call Button, Normally Open Input (Default)
Call Button, Normally Closed Input
Disabled
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Security Settings
Max Door Open
If the Controller or Door Station input is connected to a
physical door sensor and also configured in Door Sensor
mode (See “Auxiliary I/O Settings” on page 15), then a Door
Alarm condition can be triggered if the door remains open for
longer than a threshold of:
• 30 sec
• 60 min
• 2 min
• 90 min
• 15 min
• 120 min
• 30 min
• None
Door Open Alarm
When a Door Alarm condition is detected based on the Max
Door Open time above being exceeded, then the 8028 can
generate a notification call.
Call every:
• 2 min (Default)
• 10 min
• 30 min
Door Station
Disconnected
• 1 hour
• None
If a wiring fault occurs that breaks communication with the
Door Station, then the 8028 can generate a notification call.
Call every:
• 2 min
• 10 min
• 30 min
• 1 hour
• None (Default)
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Network
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is an IP standard
designed to make administration of IP addresses simpler.
Normally set to On, DHCP will automatically configure IP
addresses for each 8028 on the network. Alternatively, if your IT
Administrator has assigned one or more static IP addresses, set
the DHCP setting to Off.
VLAN Support
VLAN Tagging (or IEEE 802.1Q) allows sharing of a physical
network link by multiple independent networks.
VLAN ID
A 12-bit field specifying the VLAN to which the frame belongs. A
value of 0 means that the frame does not belong to any VLAN.
The hexadecimal values of 0x000 and 0xFFF are reserved. All
other values may be used as VLAN identifiers, allowing up to
4094 VLANs.
VLAN Priority
Priority Code Point (PCP): a 3-bit field which refers to the IEEE
802.1p priority. Values are from 0 (best effort) to 7 (highest); 1
represents the lowest priority.
DHCP Timeout
(seconds)
Length of time following a request from an 8028 to the DHCP
server that the 8028 will wait before assuming the server is not
available. After such time, the 8028 will use its default address
(192.168.1.111). Default timeout is 60 seconds.
NTP Server
Network Time Protocol server IP address. Allows device to
automatically set its clock by connecting to an external server.
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Admin
Device Name
Name to identify the device on the network (similar to “Computer
Name” field in Windows).
Password
Password to log into the 8028 web interface.
You should change the default password in order to secure the
device on the network. If you have forgotten your password, a soft
reset will restore the default setting (including all of the device’s
default settings). To do this, first disconnect power from the 8028
Doorphone Controller. Then press and hold the Reset button on
the back of the device, and while doing this, reconnect the power.
Continue to hold the Reset button until the LEDs on the front of the
controller start to flash.
Provisioning
See “Auto-Provisioning (via TFTP)” on page 20.
Log Level
Amount of information provided in the log files. This value should
only be changed if advised by Algo.
Log Size
Amount of internal memory reserved for recording log file. Default
is 100 kB.
Log Method
Sets storage location of log file data. Default setting is Local.
Choose Network (or Both) to send log messages to any “Syslog”
server, an option to prevent loss of data during a powerdown.
Log Server IP
IP address of Log Server if Log Method is set to Network or Both.
Format: #.#.#.#
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NAT
NAT (Network Address Translation) is located between a private network and
the Internet. When properly configured, it allows an 8028 installed on a private
network to have access to the outside world, such as would be required when
using a hosted SIP provider (i.e. a SIP server that is remotely located).
Algo provides NAT support for both STUN and Asterisk. To configure NAT for
the server that applies to your application, follow these steps:
STUN Server
1. Enter the STUN Server name
or IP address
2. Set Keep-alive Method to
None
3. Click Save Settings
Asterisk and other SIP
Servers
1. Set Keep-alive Method to
Double CRLF
2. Set Keep-alive Period to 30
3. Click Save Settings
The NAT library sends the binding requests for each port every 30
seconds to ensure NAT mapping is valid all the time.
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Auto-Provisioning (via TFTP)
Auto-provisioning allows installers to pre-configure 8028 units prior to
installation on a network. It is typically used for large deployments.
If desired, 8028 configuration files can be automatically downloaded from a
TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) server using DHCP Option 66. Option 66
is a term used by some DHCP vendors to describe DHCP code 66. This option
code (when set) supplies a TFTP boot server address to the DHCP client to boot
from.
DHCP must be enabled in order to use DHCP Option 66 for
auto-provisioning.
FTP and HTTP protocols are also supported, as well as a static
Provisioning Server address instead of DHCP Option 66.
One of two files can be uploaded on the TFTP server:
•
generic file algop8028.conf, or
•
specific file algom[MAC].conf
MD5 Checksum
In addition to the .conf file, an .md5 checksum file must also be uploaded to the
TFTP server. This checksum file is used to verify that the .conf file is transferred
correctly without error.
A tool such as can be found at http://www.fourmilab.ch/md5 may be used to
generate this file.
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Generating a generic configuration file
1. Connect an 8028 on the network
2. Access the 8028 web interface
3. Configure the 8028 with desired options
4. Click on the Services tab and then on Backup Settings
5. Save the file settings.txt
6. Rename file settings.txt to algop8028.conf
7. File algop8028.conf can now be uploaded on the TFTP server
If using a generic configuration file, extensions and credentials have to
be entered manually once the 8028 has automatically downloaded the
configuration file.
Generating a specific configuration file
1. Follow steps 1 to 5 as listed in the section “MD5 Checksum” on page 20.
2. Rename file settings.txt to algom[MAC address].conf
(e.g. algom0022EE020009.conf)
3. File algom[MAC address].conf can now be uploaded on the TFTP server.
The specific configuration file will only be downloaded by the 8028
with the MAC address specified in the configuration file name. Since
all the necessary settings can be included in this file, the 8028 will be
ready to work immediately after the configuration file is downloaded.
The MAC address of each 8028 can be found on the back label of the
unit.
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Connections and Lights
Auxiliary Dry Contact Outputs
Both the Doorphone Controller and Door Station provide a dry contact output
for connection to auxiliary devices. Maximum switching capacity is 30 V 50 mA.
Default operations are as follows:
•
Doorphone Controller Output = In-Use (commonly used for camera control)
•
Door Station Output = Call Button Press (commonly used to activate a
secondary door bell)
Other options for Doorphone Controller output include Ring and Call Button
Press. Other options for Door Station output include In-Use and Door Control.
Auxiliary Dry Contact Inputs
Both the Doorphone Controller and Door Station can detect a dry contact
closure from auxiliary devices. A non-capacitive and non-inductive low voltage
and low current is used to detect contact closure.
Default operations are as follows:
•
Doorphone Controller input = Door Sensor Normally Closed (used to
detect door open)
•
Door Station input = Call Button Normally Open (used to detect external
doorbell switch)
Options for Doorphone Controller input include Door Sensor Normally Closed,
Door Sensor Normally Open, Manual Door Release, Door Control Lockout, Call
Button Normally Closed, and Call Button Normally Open.
Options for Door Station input include Door Sensor Normally Closed, Door
Sensor Normally Open, Call Button Normally Closed, and Call Button
Normally Open.
See “Configuration Options” on page 12 for more information on setting
up auxiliary inputs and outputs.
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LED Details
Power
• On steady: Power is OK, but Ethernet Link not established
• Blinks one second on, one second off: Ethernet Link status
OK, but IP Address not yet obtained
• Light on, blinks off briefly every two seconds: Link and IP
Address established successfully
Telephone
• Off - Not registered with SIP server
• Light on, blinks off briefly every two seconds: Successfully
registered with SIP Server, ready for use
• Blinks one second on, one second off: error registering with
SIP Server – check configuration
• On steady: offhook or ringing state is currently active
Door
Station
• On steady when door station is connected
• Flashing indicates communication errors
Lock
• On when Door Relay is activated
• May flash to indicate when the door is opened (if the dry
contact is triggered, and configured as a door detector)
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Connection Details
Door Control
Relay
5 Position Removable
Terminal Block
Auxiliary
Power
Door Station Jack
RJ12 Telephone Jack
Ethernet Jack
RJ45 Telephone Jack
NO
Normally Open
C
Common
NC
Normally Closed
PWR -
0.3 A (GND)
PWR +
0.3 A (24 V)
Center Pair (Red &
Green)
Door Station
Middle Pair
(Yellow & Black)
Dry Contact Input
Max 1 kΩ
Outside Pair
(Blue & White)
Dry Contact Output
Max 50 mA 30 V
24V 0.3A
Connect to LAN with access to
SIP-compliant Proxy Server
Reset Button
To return all settings to a factory default,
press and hold the reset button at startup.
Continue to hold the button until all LEDs
start to flash.
Door Station
CTRL
Connect to Door Station Jack
of Doorphone Controller
IN
Dry Contact Input to Door
Station (e.g. Door Contact,
Doorbell Switch); Max. 1 kΩ
OUT
Dry Contact Output from
Door Station (e.g. Gate
Control); Max 50 mA 30 V
6 Position Terminal Block
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RESET
CTRL
IN
OUT
Specifications
Compatibility
Configuration
SIP
Web Interface or TFTP Auto-Provisioning
Network Address
NAT (Network Address
Translation)
Speech
Codec
Physical
Controller
Power
Indicators
Network Connection
Installation
Environmental
Door Control Connection
Door Control Power
Door Control Relay
Door Station Connection
Door Station Wiring
Auxiliary Input
Connection
Auxiliary Input Electrical
Auxiliary Input Functions
DHCP or static IP address
STUN Server or Keep-Alive
Auxiliary Output
Connection
Auxiliary Output
Electrical
Auxiliary Output
Functions
Full Duplex Capable
G.711
Separate Controller and Door Station
AC Mains Adapter 95-230 V 50/60 Hz Included
Power, Door Station Status, In-Use, Door Unlock
RJ45 Jack
Shelf or wall mounted
Dry indoor location
5 Position terminal strip
Available 24 V, 300 mA Strike power +/Relay C, NO, NC phone keypad activated; Maximum 30 V, 1 A
RJ12 Jack Center Pair
24 AWG Twisted Pair to 1000 Ft (300 m)
RJ12 Jack Second Pair
Detects dry contact closure 24 V 4 mA sensing current
Manual door release; Door control lockout; Door sensor
NC (Default) or NO; Call button NC or NO; Disabled
RJ12 Jack Outside Pair
Normally open switch 180 Ohms active; Maximum 30 V,
50 mA
In-Use (Default); Ringing; Call button pressed; Door
unlock; Door open (requires door sensor); Door alarm
(requires door sensor); Door sensor NC (Default) or NO;
Follow Controller input; Follow Door Station input; Disabled
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Door Station
Power
Wiring
Signalling
Call Button
Connections
Installation
Environmental
Auxiliary Input Electrical
Auxiliary Input Functions
Auxiliary Output
Electrical
Auxiliary Output
Functions
Provided by Controller link
Up to 1,000 Ft (300 m) 24 AWG single twisted pair to
controller
Digital link - bi-directional voice and data
Backlit tactile silicon rubber
6 Position terminal strip - Controller, Aux In, Aux Out
Flush or surface mounted using supplied plastic bezel; Fits
two gang electrical box
NEMA 3R Rated for outdoor locations; Ambient temperature
-30 to +60° C.
Detects dry contact closure 5 V, 1 mA sensing current
Door sensor NC or NO; Call button NC or NO (Default);
Disabled
Normally open switch 180 Ohms active; Maximum 30 V,
50 mA
In-Use; Ringing; Call button pressed (Default); Door/gate
unlock; Door open (requires door sensor); Door alarm
(requires door sensor); Door sensor NC (Default) or NO;
Follow Controller input; Follow Door Station input; Disabled
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Some features may
only be available in specific firmware or hardware releases.
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Algo Communication Products Ltd., Burnaby, BC Canada V5J 5L2
www.algosolutions.com
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