ABB-Welcome M2233.-. 7" Video hands

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M2233.-.
7" Video hands-free indoor
station
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Safety ....................................................................................................... 4
Intended use ............................................................................................. 4
Environment.............................................................................................. 4
3.1
ABB devices ............................................................................. 4
Operation.................................................................................................. 6
4.1
Standard operations .................................................................. 6
4.1.1
Control elements ....................................................................... 6
4.1.2
Welcome screen and status bar ................................................. 8
4.2
Control actions ........................................................................ 10
4.2.1
Surveillance ............................................................................ 10
4.2.2
Intercom ................................................................................. 11
4.2.3
Calling guard unit .................................................................... 12
4.2.4
Switch actuator ....................................................................... 13
4.2.5
Setting up the voice and video connections .............................. 14
4.2.6
Opening the door .................................................................... 15
4.2.7
Muting .................................................................................... 16
4.2.8
Activating the custom function ................................................. 17
4.2.9
Event and picture memory/history ............................................ 19
4.2.10
Information.............................................................................. 23
4.2.11
Inserting an SD card................................................................ 24
4.2.12
Settings .................................................................................. 25
4.2.12.1 Overview ................................................................................ 25
4.2.12.2 Intercom ................................................................................. 28
4.2.12.3 Switch actuator ....................................................................... 31
4.2.12.4 Program button ....................................................................... 33
4.2.12.5 Leave home management ....................................................... 34
4.2.12.6 Voice message ....................................................................... 36
4.2.12.7 Setting door open password .................................................... 38
4.2.12.8 Blacklist .................................................................................. 39
4.2.12.9 Audio settings ......................................................................... 40
4.2.12.10 Auto-unlock............................................................................. 42
4.2.12.11 Display settings....................................................................... 44
4.2.12.12 Date and time ......................................................................... 46
4.2.12.13 Camera list ............................................................................. 48
4.2.12.14 Language ............................................................................... 49
4.2.12.15 Setup ...................................................................................... 50
4.2.12.16 Firmware update ..................................................................... 52
4.3
Cleaning ................................................................................. 53
4.4
Adjusting the device ................................................................ 54
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4.4.1
Terminal resistor ..................................................................... 54
4.4.2
Connection ............................................................................. 55
Technical data......................................................................................... 56
Mounting/Installation ............................................................................... 57
6.1
Requirements for the electrician............................................... 57
6.2
General installation instructions ............................................... 58
6.3
Mounting................................................................................. 59
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Safety
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Warning
Electric voltage!
Dangerous currents flow through the body when coming into direct or
indirect contact with live components.
This can result in electric shock, burns or even death.
■ Disconnect the mains power supply prior to installation and/or
disassembly!
■ Permit work on the 110-240 V supply system to be performed only by
specialist staff!
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Intended use
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This device is an integral part of the ABB-W elcome door communication system and
operates exclusively with components from this system. The device must only be
installed in dry indoor rooms.
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Environment
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Consider the protection of the environment!
Used electric and electronic devices must not be disposed of with
household waste.
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The device contains valuable raw materials that can be recycled.
Therefore, dispose of the device at the appropriate recycling
facility.
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All packaging materials and devices from ABB bear the markings and test seals for
proper disposal. Always dispose of the packaging material and electric devices and their
components via an authorized recycling facilities or disposal companies.
ABB products meet the legal requirements, in particular the laws governing electronic
and electrical devices and the REACH ordinance.
(EU-Directive 2002/96/EG W EEE and 2002/95/EG RoHS)
(EU-REACH ordinance and law for the implementation of the ordinance (EG)
No.1907/2006)
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Operation
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4.1
4.1.1
Standard operations
Control elements
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Control elem ents
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No.
Functions
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7" Touch screen
2
Communication button
2A For incoming call, press this button within 30 seconds to activate
communication. Press it again to end call.
2B In standby mode, press this button to set up the voice and video
connections to the default outdoor station.
3
Unlock button
3A Press this button to open the door at any time.
3B Auto-unlock: The door is automatically opened after an incoming call.
If the LED lights up, this indicates auto-unlock.
If the LED flashes rapidly, it means the door is open over the set time. (The
sensor must be connected first.)
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Mute button
4A In standby mode, press this button to mute the ringtone for this indoor
station.
4B In standby mode, hold this button to mute the ringtone for all indoor
stations in the apartment.
4C Press this button to reject incoming call.
4D During a conversation, press this button to mute the microphone.
If the LED lights up, this indicates a mute status.
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Program button 1
5A Release the lock connected with outdoor station (COM-NC-NO)
(default function)
5B *Programmable for additional functions, e.g. call guard unit,
intercom, etc.
6
Surveillance button
6A In standby mode, press this button to surveil the default outdoor station.
6B When video is on the screen, press this button to snapshot manually.
7
System setting button
Enter the system settings menu for various functions of the device.
*For use of this button, please contact your electrical installer.
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4.1.2
Welcome screen and status bar
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W elcome screen and status bar
No.
Functions
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Current date
- Click here to set the current date.
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Time
- Click here to set the current time.
3
System information
- Click on this icon to call up the address (number of the indoor station,
default outdoor station, master or slave station) on this panel and the
current software information.
4
History
- New inform ations (events or picture memory) are available when this icon
flashes. This also indicates a missed call or a new voice message.
- Click on this icon to display the events and picture memory .
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Mute function
- Icons "crossed-out handset" and "crossed-out bell" indicate the mute
status of the microphone or the loudspeaker of the panel.
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Open entrance door
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- The "open door" icon is displayed when you press the door opener or
activate the function "automatic door opener".
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SD card
- The icon shows whether or not you have inserted an SD card.
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Switch actuator
- The icon is shown after you activate the switch actuator.
9
Cleaning blockage
- The icon is shown when the display is blocked to prevent functions being
enabled during cleaning.
10
SOS
- Hold this button for 3s to send an SOS signal to a guard unit.
11
Surveillance
- Click on this button to start to survey the default outdoor station.
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Intercom
- Click on this button to enter the intercom call menu.
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Guard unit
- Click on this button to call guard unit.
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Switch actuator
- Click on this button to enter the switch actuator menu.
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4.2.1
Control actions
Surveillance
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Surveillance
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Surveillance
Click on this button to start to survey the default outdoor station. Only the video
connection appears first. Press
button to activate the voice connection.
No.
Function
1
Designation of camera.
2
Set volume with the "plus/minus" buttons.
3
If several outdoor stations or external cameras are connected.
- Select a camera with the “forward/back” buttons
4
Click on the button to set the display.
• Saturation of the display (plus and minus).
• Contrast of the display (plus and minus).
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Intercom
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Intercom
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Intercom
Click on this button to enter intercom call menu, and then the following functions are available:
(Set the intercom call lists in the “system setting-intercom setting” menu first.)
No.
Functions
1
The name of an intercom.
2
The address of an intercom.
3
The type of an intercom (external or internal).
means an external intercom from a different apartment.
means an internal intercom from the same apartment.
4
Click on “call” button to make an intercom call.
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Click on “back” button to return to the Start screen.
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4.2.3
Calling guard unit
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Call guard unit
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Calling guard unit
Click on the "guard unit" button to call a guard unit, and then the following functions are
available:
No.
Functions
1
Designation of a guard unit.
2
Set volume with the "plus/minus" buttons.
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4.2.4
Switch actuator
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Switch actuator
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Switch actuator
Click on “switch actuator” button to enter the switch actuator menu and then the following
functions are available:
(Set actuator lists in the “system setting-switch actuator” menu first.)
No.
Functions
1
The name of an actuator.
2
The address of an actuator.
3
Click on this button to activate the selected actuator.
4
Click on this button to go back to the Start screen.
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4.2.5
Setting up the voice and video connections
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Setting up the voice and video connections
The following functions are available for setting up the voice and video connections:
(Press the communication button.)
No.
Functions
1
Designation of the camera.
2
Set the volume with the "plus/minus" buttons.
3
If several outdoor stations or external cameras are connected, select the
4
Click on the buttons to set the display.
camera with the “forward/back” buttons.
• Saturation of the display (plus and minus).
• Contrast of the display (plus and minus).
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4.2.6
Opening the door
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Opening the door
Press the key button to activate the door opener, and then the following functions
become available:
No.
Functions
1
The "open door" icon is displayed after you press the door opener or
activate the function "automatic door opener."
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4.2.7
Muting
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Muting
The muting menu (mute timer) has the following functions:
No.
Functions
1
No call is pending:
If you press the "mute function" while no call is pending, the bell sound of
the panel will be deactivated for a certain period.
- If calls come in during this time, only the video image is displayed.
- Missed calls are displayed in the events and pictures memory .
2
A call is pending:
If you press the button "mute function" during a call, the microphone of the
panel will be deactivated until the button is pressed again.
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4.2.8
Activating the custom function
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Fig. 10
Activating the custom function
The program button can be configured with different functions , e.g. call to guard unit,
intercom call or control switch actuator. Its default function is the release of the second
lock, which is connected with terminals COM-NC-NO of an outdoor station.
If no function is assigned to the program button, there will be no action after pressing
this program button.
Only the existing intercom call list & switch actuator list can be assigned for the program
button.
No.
Functions
1
If the function “release second lock” is assigned to the program button,
the "open door" icon will be displayed when you press the program button.
2
If the function “control switch actuator” is assigned to the program button,
the "actuator" icon will be displayed when you press the program button.
3
If the function “make an intercom call” is assigned to the program button,
the call will be activated directly when you press the program button.
4
If function “call guard unit” is assigned to the program button, the call will
be activated when you press the program button.
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4.2.9
Event and picture memory/history
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Event and picture mem ory/history
The panel records all events. Press the "history" button and then the last 100 events will
be displayed (prior events are overwritten).
No.
Functions
1
If you have activated the function "auto snapshots activated" in the system
settings, the flashing icon in the status bar signals a newly taken snapshot.
- The symbol stops flashing when you call up the events and pictures
memory.
2
Voice message
- Press the flash button to enter the voice message settings menu.
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Fig. 12
Event and picture mem ory/history
During a call, you can take a snapshot at any time by pressing the "history" button, even
when the "automatic snapshots" function is not activated. The event and picture
memory/history menu has the following functions:
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No.
Functions
1
If you have activated the system setting menu "automatic snapshots," a
mini window will be displayed in the events list after an incoming call is
missed.
- Date, time and the type of the event are recorded together with the
snapshot.
- If no automatic snapshots are activated, a camera icon will be displayed
in the mini window.
2
Individual entries or the entire list can be deleted at any time.
- Snapshots that you would like to archive can be copied onto a SD card
(SD, SDHC).
3
Three photos are made each time a visitor rings the bell. This ensures that
an acceptable photo has been taken.
- All recorded photos are accessed via the details window.
4
Only if a call is on an intercom call list, it can be added to the blacklist,
5
Display the details window of a record.
6
Select an event with the “forward/backward” buttons.
7
Press the button (1/2/3) to select a single photo.
8
If there is a voice message left from a visitor,touch the play or stop button
which is used to prevent unwanted calls from other apartment(s).
to play or stop the voice message.
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Information
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Fig. 13
Information
Items above will be shown on the “information” menu.
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4.2.11
Inserting an SD card
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Inserting an SD card
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4.2.12
Settings
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4.2.12.1 Overview
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Overview
Touch the “settings” button to make the follow areas available: :
No.
Functions
1
Intercom
- Set intercom lists among different apartments or within the same
apartment.
2
Switch actuator
- Set the actuator list in the menu.
3
Program button
- Set functions for the program button.
4
Leave home management
- Call forward setting: Set the target (e.g. other indoor stations or guard
units) who you wish to forward calls to when you are away.
- Message leaving: If you are not at home, you can record and leave a
message before leaving home to notify possible visitors; and vice-versa.
5
Voice message
- Create voice messages for family members or set as an away
message to notify possible visitors.
6
Set door open password
- Set the customized door open password, which is available together with
a keypad for an outdoor station.
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Blacklist
- Set the blacklist, which is used to prevent unwanted calls from other
apartment(s).
8
Audio settings
- Set the ringtone for the outdoor stations, the doorbell and others.
- Set the volume for the ringtone.
9
Auto-unlock
- Set the automatic unlock time range.
10
Display settings
- Different display settings.
11
Date and time
- Different time settings.
12
Language
- Set the local language.
13
Set-up
- Other settings, e.g. automatic snapshots.
14
Firmware update.
15
Reset the factory default.
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Fig. 16
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Overview of settings
To go to the setting areas of list field (1), do the following:
No.
Function
1
To display the hidden functions, click on the scroll buttons (2).
2
Touch one of the setting areas.
3
Touch the button "set" (3).
- The device turns to the selected settings area.
- The individual functions are described in the upcoming chapters.
- Device returns to start page when "back" button is pressed.
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Select this button to go back to start page.
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4.2.12.2 Intercom
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Fig. 17
Intercom
The “intercom” menu has the following functions:
No.
Functions
1
The name of an intercom.
2
The address of an intercom.
3
The type of an intercom.
means an external intercom from different apartments.
To make an external intercom, each apartment must have a master indoor
station.
means an internal intercom from the same apartment.
4
Add
- Add a new intercom list. Up to 32 intercom lists can be added.
5
Delete
- Click on this button to delete an existing intercom entry. Finally, confirm
the dialogue box displayed.
6
Back
- Click on this button to return to the system settings menu.
7
Adjust
- Click on this button to edit the existing intercom.
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Pressing “Add” or “Adjust”
1
2
3
5
4
1
Fig. 18
Intercom
The “intercom” has the following functions:
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No.
Functions
1
- Click on the name box so you can edit the name.
2
- Change the call type through the drop-down menu.
*external intercom” means a call from different apartments.
*internal intercom” means a call from the same apartment.
3
- Edit the address via the numeric keyboard, from 001 to 250.
*If the call is an internal intercom, there is no need to set the target
address.
4
- Click on the “ok” button to activate the settings.
5
- Click on the “back” button to return to the “intercom settings” menu
without saving the settings.
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4.2.12.3 Switch actuator
1
2
3
4
5
6
Fig. 19
Switch actuator
The “Switch actuator“ has the following functions:
No.
Functions
1
Name of an actuator.
2
Address of an actuator.
3
Add
- Click on this button to add new actuator entry.
4
Delete
- Click on this button to delete an existing actuator. Confirm the dialog box
displayed.
5
Back
- Click on this button to return to system settings.
6
Adjust
- Click on this button to edit the name and address.
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Pressing “Add” or “Adjust”
1
2
4
3
Fig. 20
Switch Actuator
The “Intercom” menu has the following functions:
No.
Functions
1
Click on this edit box to renam e the relay actuator.
2
Edit the address via the numeric keypad, from 001 to 199.
3
Click on the “OK” button to activate the settings.
4
Click on the “Back” button,so you can return to the relay actuation settings
menu without saving the settings.
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4.2.12.4 Program button
1
3
2
Fig. 21
Program button
The “program button“ menu has the following functions:
No.
Functions
1
Set the functions for the program button, e.g. release the second lock, call
to the guard unit, intercom call, enabling the switch actuator.
*second lock means a lock which is connected with an outdoor station.
(NC-NO-COM)
*Only the existing intercom call list and switch actuator list can be assigned
for the program button.
2
Click on this button to activate the settings.
3
Click on this button to return to the system settings menu without saving
the settings.
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4.2.12.5 Leave home management
5
Forward After(sec):
1
2
4
3
Fig. 22
Leave hom e m anagem ent
Information about the settings
User can only choose “call forward” or “message leaving”. Two functions can’t be
activated at the same time!
A warning will be given once “call transfer” or “message leaving” is activated.
The “Leave home management” menu has the following functions: (The function can
only be set in master indoor station.)
No.
Functions
1
Call forward
- Tick the checkbox to activate or deactivate the call forward command.
- Choose the target type through the drop-down menu.
- Tick address numeric keyboard to edit the address if a call type comes
from an indoor station.
- If the call forward function is activated, the auto unlock function will
be disabled.
2
Message leaving
- Tick the checkbox to activate or deactivate the call forward.
- If the messages leaving function is activated, the auto unlock
function will be disabled.
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* Away message must be set first. If no away message is set, there will
be a warning that prompts users to set the absence message first in the
“voice message” menu.
3
OK
- Click on this button to activate the settings.
4
Back
- Click on this button to return to the system settings menu without saving
the settings.
5
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4.2.12.6 Voice message
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Fig. 23
Voice m essage
A total of 30 voice messages can be recorded.
The “Voice message” menu has the following functions:
No.
Functions
1
Direction
- Local messages: Message can be heard locally.
- Away message: The message can be played for visitors when the
“message leaving” function is activated.
2
Date - Time
- The date and time when voice messages are created.
3
Record a new message
- Click on this button to create a new voice message.
4
Save for absence message
- Set a selected voice message as the away message..
5
Delete message
- Click on this button to delete an existing voice message. Finally,
confirm the dialog box displayed.
6
Back
- Click on this button to return to the system settings menu.
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7
Listen
-Touch the button to play the voice message.
Choose “record a new message” to create a new voice message.
Fig. 24
Voice m essage
Choosing “Listen”→“
Fig. 25
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4.2.12.7 Setting door open password
1
2
4
3
Fig. 26
Setting door open password
The “Set door open password” menu has the following functions: (The function can
only be set in master indoor station.)
No.
Functions
1
Tick the checkbox to activate or deactivate the password function.
2
Set a 3-8 digit password.
3
OK
- Click on this button to activate the settings.
4
Back
- Click on this button to return to the system settings menu.
*Available only with the keypad.
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4.2.12.8 Blacklist
1
2
3
4
5
Fig. 27
Blacklist
The “Blacklist” menu has the following functions: (The function can only be set in master
indoor station.)
No.
Functions
1
No.
- Order of list.
2
Indoor station address
- Set the address of the target indoor station, from 001 to 250.
3
Add
- Click on this button to add a new blacklist.
- A total of 32 blacklists can be added.
4
Delete
- Click on this button to delete an existing blacklist. Finally,
confirm the dialog box displayed.
5
Back
- Click on this button to return to the system settings menu.
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4.2.12.9 Audio settings
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Fig. 28
Repeated
Tone
9
Touch
Feedback
8
Audio settings
The “Audio settings” has the following functions:
No.
Functions
1
Bell sound for the default door
- Select a bell sound for the default door by clicking on one of the buttons
in the list field.
2
Bell sound for other doors
- Select a bell sound for other doors by clicking on one of the buttons in
the list field.
3
Bell sound for apartments
- Select a bell sound for apartments by clicking on one of the buttons in
the list field.
4
Bell sound for others
- Select a bell sound for others by clicking on one of the buttons in the list
field, e.g. a call from a guard unit, intercom call, or call from other
apartments.
5
Bell-sound volume
- Set the volume of the bell sound with the “plus/minus” buttons.
6
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- Use the " plus/minus " buttons to set the time of the mute function which
you activate with the "mute" button.
- Before adjusting the "hours" or "minutes", the active range is highlighted
with a frame.
7
Repeated Tone
- The ringtone can be set fixed or cycled.
Touch Feedback
- Tick the checkbox to activate or deactivate the feedback tone which
sounds when the display or the button is touched.
8
OK
- Click on this button to activate the settings.
9
Back
- Click on this button to return to the system settings menu.
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4.2.12.10 Auto-unlock
1
3
4
Fig. 29
5
7
2
6
Auto-unlock
The “Auto-unlock” menu has the following functions: (The function can only be set in
master indoor station.)
No.
Functions
1
Enable auto door unlock
- Tick the checkbox to activate or deactivate the auto unlock.
- When auto unlock is activated, the functions “leave hom e management”
and “auto-snapshot” are disabled.
2
On
- Activate or deactivate the time range when the automatic door opener is
activated.
3
Start Time
- Set the start time with the “plus/minus” button when you activate the
timer.
- Before adjusting the “hours” or “minutes”, the active range is highlighted
with a frame.
4
End Time
- Set the end time with the “plus/minus” button when you activate the timer.
- Before adjusting the “hours” or “minutes”, the active range is highlighted
with a frame.
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Repeat
- Set the repeat frequency with the drop-down menu when you activate the
timer.
- If you choose “once”, the function will be disabled after a period of time.
- If you choose “everyday”, the function will be activated at this period of
time everyday.
- If you choose “weekday”, the function will be activated at this period of
time only on weekdays (from Monday to Friday).
6
OK
- Click onh this button to activate the settings.
7
Back
- Click on this button to return to the system settings menu without saving
the settings.
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4.2.12.11 Display settings
1
9
8
7
3
2
4
6
5
Fig. 30
Display settings
The "Display settings" menu has the following functions:
No.
Functions
1
Brightness
- Set the brightness of the display with the "plus/minus" buttons.
2
Enable screensaver
- Tick the checkbox to activate or deactivate the screen saver.
3
Select screensaver
- The display is preset as digital clock.
- If an SD card with suitable pictures is located in the device, you can
select a screensaver through the drop-down menu. If several photos are
stored in the SD card they are displayed as a slideshow.
Slideshow (electronic photo)
- Each photo appears for 20 seconds.
Photo requirements:
- The photo must be stored in the SD card in the directory "DCIM" (digital
camera images) on the first level.
- The maximum allowable size of a picture is 2048 x 1960 pixels.
- The maximum allowable resolution of a photo is 800 x 480 pixels.
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- The resolution of the display is 800 x 600. Larger photos will be reduced
to this size.
- The format supported is "jpg".
4
Automatic fullscreen
- Activate or deactivate the full-page mode of the door camera by ticking
the checkbox. The full-page mode remains active during the period when
the photo of the visitor is shown after the doorbell rings.
5
OK
- Click on this button to activate the settings.
6
Back
- Click on this button to return to the start page without saving the settings.
7
Calibration
- If the buttons and the associated graphics of the display are no longer
superimposed, the monitor must be calibrated.
- Click on the calibration button and then click on the 5 displayed position
crosses. Finally, confirm the dialog box displayed.
The display has been calibrated.
8
Screen saver off after
- Select the active period for the screen saver via the drop-down menu
until it switches off automatically.
- Available for 5/15/30 minutes.
- To protect the display, the maximum operating time is limited to 30
minutes.
9
Screen saver start after
- Select the start time for the screen saver via the drop-down menu.
- Available for 30/60/120 seconds.
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4.2.12.12 Date and time
7
6
5
2
1
4
3
Fig. 31
Date and time
The "Date and time" menu has the following functions:
No.
Functions
1
Time
- Select the format of the displayed time via the drop-down menu.
- Available are 12 h, am/pm, and 24 h.
2
Date
- Select the format of the displayed date via the drop-down menu.
3
OK
- Click on this button to activate the settings.
4
Back
- Click on this button to return to the start page without saving the settings.
5
Summer time
- Activate or deactivate during summertime by clicking on the checkbox
(automatic switchover).
6
Date
- Set the date via with "plus/minus" buttons.
- Before adjusting the "day", "month" or "year", the active area is
highlighted with a frame.
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7
Time
- Set the time with the "plus/minus" buttons.
- Before adjusting the "hours", "minutes" or "seconds", the active area is
highlighted with a frame.
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4.2.12.13 Camera list
1
SYSTEM SETTING>CAMERALIST
Name
Enable the
Camreas
3
Visual doorbell
4
Outdoor station 01
2
Camera 01-1
5
Delete
Back
Adjust
Fig. 32
Cam era list
No.
Functions
1
Refresh camera list
- To scan the outdoor station cameras, cameras from camera interface,
and then form as a camera list.
2
Name of camera.
3
Enable/disable camera list.
4
Visual doorbell
If the camera connected to camera interface is associated with indoor
station, click on this button to activate “Visual doorbell” function
When pressing the doorbell,, the image from the camera connected to
camera interface will display on the Indoor station.
5
When the camera is set as “visual doorbell,” this icon will display to show
the status. Only one camera can be set “visual doorbell.”
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4.2.12.14 Language
4
3
1
Fig. 33
2
Language
The "language" menu has the following functions:
No.
Functions
1
Language (list field)
- Available languages are listed.
2
Scroll
- To display the hidden languages, tick the scroll boxes.
3
OK
- Click on this button to activate the settings.
4
Back
- Click on this button to return to the start page without saving the settings.
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4.2.12.15 Setup
1
4
2
3
6
5
Fig. 34
Setup
The "setup" menu has the following functions:
No.
Function
1
Automatic snapshots
- When the bell is pressed, three snapshots are automatically taken and
stored in the history.
- This function can only be activated when the autom atic door opener is
deactivated. Otherwise, too many snapshots would be stored during
busy times.
2
Door status check
- Tick the checkbox to activate or deactivate the door status check. If
activating this function, the outdoor station with a sensor installed will
send alarm signal to indoor station when the door is open over 120s.
3
Key illumination
- Tick the checkbox to activate or deactivate the key illumination. If
activating the function, the key will be illuminated during operation.
Otherwise, the key illumination will be off all the time.
4
Indoor station address
- This option is enabled only when the last two rotary switches of indoor
station are set as “00”, and it can be set from 001 to 250.
5
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- Click on this button to activate the settings.
6
Back
- Click on this button to return to the start page without saving the settings.
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4.2.12.16 Firmware update
If the firmware for your device should be updated, complete the following steps:
1.
Get the new version of firmware from your electrical installer, and copy it into an
2.
Insert the SD-card into the card slot on your indoor station.
SD-card.
3.
Select “firmware update”
4.
Execute the firmware updated by selecting “updating”
5.
Confirm the pop-up dialog box with "yes."
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4.3
Cleaning
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Caution
Risk of damage to the screen surface.
The screen surface can be damaged by hard or sharp objects!
Never use such objects for entries on the touch screen monitor.
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Use your finger or a plastic stylus.
The screen surface can be damaged by cleaning fluids or abrasive
agents!
-
Clean the surfaces using a soft cloth and commercially available
-
Never use abrasive cleaning agents.
glass cleaner.
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Adjusting the device
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Fig. 35:
Terminal resistor
Terminal resistor
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No.
Functions
1
Station
Select switch to set the address of default outdoor station.
2
X10 X1
Select switches to set the address (0-99) of the indoor station.
Setting hundreds ,see Chapter 4.2.12.15 "setup".
3
Master/slave function
Only one indoor station in each apartment should be set as "master"
(Switch should be set as “M/S on.”) All additional indoor stations in the
same apartment must be set as "slave" (Switch should be set as “M/S
off.”)
4
Terminal resistor
In video installations or mixed audio and video installations, the switch
should be set as “RC on” on the last device of the line.
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4.4.2
Fig. 36:
Connection
Connection
No.
Functions
1
Connection for the doorbell pushbutton
2
• Connection for the system controller
• When using several indoor stations: connection for the internal bus
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Technical data
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Designation
Value
Display resolution:
800 x 480
Display size:
7"
Operating temperature
-10 °C - +55 °C
Storage temperature
-40 °C - +70 °C
Protection
IP 30
Single-wire clamps
2 x 0.28 mm² - 2 x 0.75 mm²
Fine-wire clamps
2 x 0.28 mm² - 2 x 0.75 mm²
Bus voltage
20-30 V
Size
155 mm x 218 mm x 29 mm
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Mounting/Installation
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Warning
Electric voltage!
Dangerous currents flow through the body when coming into direct or
indirect contact with live components.
This can result in electric shock, burns or even death.
■ Disconnect the mains power supply prior to installation and/or
disassembly!
■ Permit work on the 110-240 V supply system to be performed only
by specialist staff!
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Requirements for the electrician
Warning
Electric voltage!
Install the device only if you have the necessary electrical engineering
knowledge and experience.
•
Incorrect installation endangers your life and that of the user of
•
Incorrect installation can cause serious damage to property, e.g.
the electrical system.
due to fire.
The minimum necessary expert knowledge and requirements for the
installation are as follows:
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Apply the "five safety rules" (DIN VDE 0105, EN 50110):
1.
Disconnect from power;
2.
Secure against being re-connected;
3.
Ensure there is no voltage;
4.
Connect to earth;
5.
Cover or barricade adjacent live parts.
•
Use suitable personal protective clothing.
•
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•
Check the type supply network (TN system, IT system, TT system)
to secure the following power supply conditions (classic
connection to ground, protective earthing, necessary additional
measures, etc.).
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6.2
General installation instructions
•
Terminate all branches of the wiring system via a connected bus device (e.g.,
•
Do not install the system controller directly next to the bell transformer and other
indoor station, outdoor station, system device).
power supplies (to avoid interference).
•
Do not install the wires of the system bus together with 100-240 V wires.
•
Do not use common cables for the connecting wires of the door openers and wires
•
Avoid bridges between different cable types.
•
Use only two wires for the system bus in a four-core or multi-core cable.
•
When looping, never install the incoming and outgoing bus inside the same cable.
•
Never install the internal and external bus inside the same cable.
of the system bus.
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Mounting
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Dismantling
Open the housing of the panel by pulling the clamp at the bottom of the device.
Mounted on the wall or flush-mounted box
Affix the bottom of the device directly on a level wall surface or on a flush-mounted
socket according to DIN 49073-1.
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Connect the bottom part of the device according to the illustration. See Chapter 4.4.2,
Connection.
Setting
Set the address of the preferred outdoor stations and the address of the indoor station
on the rotary switches.
Set the master/slave function and the terminal resistor on the switches at the rear of the
top part of the housing. See Chapter 4.4.1, Terminal Resistor.
Latch the device
Latch the upper part of the device onto its bottom part. Place the upper side of the
device on the lock-in lugs and then press the bottom side onto the bottom part of the
device until it is caught by the clamp.
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Mounted with desktop bracket
1.
Affix the bottom of the device to the desktop bracket.
2.
Latch the upper part of the device onto its bottom part. To do this, place the upper
side of the device on the lock-in lugs and then press the bottom side onto the
bottom part of the device until the it is caught by the clamp.
The installation of the indoor station is now complete.
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