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TECHNICAL
MANUAL
MT SBC 01
Video door entry systems with 2-wire cabling
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Warning
• Install the equipment by carefully following the instructions given by the manufacturer and in compliance with
the legislation in force.
• All the equipment must only be used for the purpose it was built for. Comelit Group S.p.A. declines any
responsibility for improper use of the apparatus, for modifications made by others under any title or scope,
and for the use of accessories and materials which are not the original ones.
• All the products comply with the requirements of the 2006/95/CE directives (which replace the 73/23/CEE
directives and the successive amendments). This is proved by the CE mark on the products.
• Do not run the riser wires in proximity of the power supply cables (230/400V).
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Video door entry systems with 2-wire cabling
CONTENTS
• EXTERNAL UNITS
- Installation instructions for Powercom audio-video
external unit
Page 2
- Installation instructions for information modules Art. 3326,
Art. 3344 and Art. 3346
Page 4
- Powercom name-tag holders
Page 4
- Digital call module Art. 3340
Page 5
- Digital directory module Art. 3342
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- Installation instructions for Vandalcom
audio-video external unit
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- Digital call module Art. 3070/A
Page 17
- Digital directory module Art. 3072/A
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- Installation instructions for Roma
audio-video external unit
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- Installation instructions for N-AV/4 audio external unit Page 28
- Installation instructions for Powerpost external unit
with vertical opening
Page 30
- Installation instructions for Powerpost external unit
with side opening
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• INTERNAL UNITS
- Description of Bravo monitor Art. 5702 and
user information
Page 32
- Installation instructions for Bravo internal unit
Page 33
- Installation instructions for optional cards Art. 5733,
Art. 5734 (for Bravo monitor only)
Page 34
- Fitting screens on Bravo monitors
Page 36
- Description of Genius monitor Art. 5802
and user information
Page 37
- Installation instructions for Genius internal unit
Page 38
- Technical specifications of mounting bracket Art. 5714C
for Bravo and Genius monitors
Page 40
- Description of Diva monitor Art. 4780, hands-free
interphone Art. 4781 and user information
Page 41
- Installation instructions for Diva audio-video internal unit
Art. 4780
Page 42
- Installation instructions for Diva audio internal unit
Art. 4781
Page 43
- Technical specifications of mounting bracket Art. 4784
for Diva monitor
Page 44
- Installation instructions for Style interphone
Art. 2638, 2628, 2610 and 2618
Page 45
- Description of Style interphone Art. 2638 and
user information
Page 46
- Description of Style interphone Art. 2628 and
user information
Page 47
- Description of Style interphone Art. 2610 and
user information
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- Description of Style interphone Art. 2618 and
user information
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- Okay surface-mounted interphone for mixed systems
Art. 2428W/A
- Okay surface-mounted interphone with privacy/doctor
function Art. 2410W/2B
- Okay surface-mounted interphone for intercom service
Art. 2418W
- Description of pushbutton functions
• ACCESSORIES
- Actuator relay module Art. 1256
- Simplebus remote camera switcher Art. 1259C
- Porter switchboard Art. 1998A
- Hand-held programmer Art. 1251/A
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• CONFIGURATION OF THE DEVICES
- Programming brackets Art. 5714C and 4784,
Style interphones 2638, 2628, 2610, 2618 and
Okay interphones Art. 2428W/A, 2410W/2B, 2418W
- Programming switching device Art. 1224A
- Push-button programming with audio-video unit
Art. 4660C and modules Art. 3323/3, 3323/4 and
3323/6
- DIP switch programming table
- Special programming operations on Art. 4660C, 1602,
1602VC
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• GENERAL INSTALLATION
AND OPERATING GUIDELINES
- Mixer-power supply Art. 4888C
- Installation regulations for video door entry systems
- Table of settings for Art. 1216 according to type
of connection cable used
- Maximum reachable distances for additional monitor
and external unit power supply conductors
- Maximum distances and specifications of the
conductors
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• OPERATING NOTES
Page 86
• SWITCHING ON/VOLTAGE CHECK WITH SYSTEM
IN STANDBY
Page 87
• CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
Page 88
• CONNECTION VARIANTS
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160 - 165 cm
EXTERNAL UNITS
Installation instructions for Powercom audio-video external unit
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Installation instructions for information modules Art. 3326, Art. 3344 and Art. 3346
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Powercom name-tag holders
For optimum execution of the name-tag holders, you are advised to proceed as follows:
Use a transparent adhesive labelling strip (e.g. Dymo) as shown in the figure.
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Digital call module Art. 3340
2) INSTALLATION OF THE MODULE
Arrange the modules only as indicated in the following drawing.
To prevent any interference caused by electrostatic discharges, it is advisable to
screen the casing as shown in diagram CA/EN/108 on page 119.
3) ACCESSING CONFIGURATION MODE
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Module powered with
terminal PR connected to
the - terminal.
Or:
With the module in
standby, press
, enter
the supercode and confirm
by pressing
again.
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
The module is in
programming mode:
to select the menu
▲▼ to scroll through the
menu
to go back to the
previous menu.
4) SETTING THE LANGUAGE
4A) THE FIRST TIME THE MODULE IS TURNED ON, THE LANGUAGE HAS NOT YET
BEEN SELECTED:
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up.
INTRODUCTION
The Comelit digital call module Art. 3340 can be used in Simplebus type systems. It is
equipped with a name directory for storing a list of user names and an alphanumeric
keypad for calling interphone users by entering their identification code.
The main specifications are as follows:
• Memory capacity: 400 names of 18 alphanumeric characters.
• Graphic display with 128x64 dots/pitch resolution.
• 2 call management modes : Standard or indirect code.
• Entering the name list ( Download ) by means of programmer Art.1230 or by means of
connection with a PC fitted with software Art.1249/A.
• Names can be entered by means of a PC connection over an RS232 line or over an
RS485 line using interface card Art. 1319 (see system diagram CA/EN/108 on
page 119).
• Reading (Upload) of the name list stored in the directory module by means of
connection with a PC fitted with software Art.1249/A.
• Access control with the possibility of storing up to 300 password codes to activate the
relay in the porter module, typically used as a door lock release.
• Possibility of displaying the graphic interface messages in one of the 9 languages
available.
1) KEY FUNCTIONS
SELECT LANGUAGE:
* ITALIANO
ENGLISH
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Scroll the list
by means of the ▲▼ keys.
Press
to select the
* ITALIANO
ENGLISH
FRANCAIS
The DEFAULT option
sets ITALIAN. The next time
the module is turned on,
selection of the language is
requested again.
desired language.
4B) CHANGING THE LANGUAGE SET PREVIOUSLY:
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Configuration mode has
been accessed (see point 3).
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Select the SETTINGS
MENU /
SELECT LANGUAGE.
SELECT LANGUAGE
* ITALIANO
ENGLISH
Scroll the list by means of
the ▲▼ keys.
Press
to select the
desired language.
SELECT LANGUAGE
ITALIANO
* ENGLISH
BACK: Scrolls through the user name
list in reverse alphabetical order
DESCRIPTION
The default language on
power up is Italian.The
language set is marked by
an asterisk on the left-hand
side.
The DEFAULT option sets
ITALIAN. The next time the
module is turned on,
selection of the language is
requested again.
5) SELF-TESTING
CALL – SELECT MENU
FORWARD: Scrolls through the user
name list in alphabetical order.
SEARCH FOR NAME- EXIT MENU
CALL –
LOCAL DOOR LOCK RELEASE
DELETE CHARACTER
or CALL
On power-up, the device runs a diagnostic test of the connections to check for
correct communication with porter module Art. 1602/4660C and the keypad module
which makes up Art. 3340. If the word OK appears next to the item, then it has passed
the test, otherwise, if the word FAILED appears it has failed the test. On completion of
self-testing, press the ▼ key to put the module in standby.
The table below summarises the meaning of the individual tests:
TEST
DESCRIPTION
INITIALIZATION
Checks the EEPROM which contains the user name list.
If the test fails, the module is faulty.
SERIAL PORT
If the test fails, check correct serial connection with porter
module Art.1602 / 4660C.
MODE
Check presence of the alphanumeric keypad which makes
up Art. 3340. If the number 3342 appears next to the
description, correct connection between the alphanumeric
keypad and the directory module must be checked.
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6) USING THE NAME DIRECTORY
7) USING THE CALL MODULE
6A) SCROLLING THROUGH THE DIRECTORY AND CALLING THE SELECTED USER
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up
and in standby.
Module powered up
and in standby.
ENTER USER
CODE
Followed by:
If any users have been
stored in the directory.
SCROLL NAMES
SEARCH NAME
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Use the ▲▼ keys to scroll
through the directory.
Press
to exit.
SMITH JOHN
INITIAL CONDITION
DESCRIPTION
The names are entered
in alphabetical order.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
EXAMPLE: If you want to
call the user with code 1.
Press key 1 on the
alphanumeric keypad.
CALL USER:
__1
Press
Press
to
call the selected user.
CALL EFFECTED
Or:
USER NOT
AVAILABLE
Or:
USER BUSY
It is possible to cancel
the call or the
conversation in progress
by pressing the X key.
or
to call.
The call takes place
correctly.
The call did not take
place correctly.
You can cancel the call or
the conversation in
progress by pressing X.
COMMUNICATING
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up
and in standby.
SCROLL NAMES
SEARCH NAME
ENTER USER
CODE
.
DESCRIPTION
ENTER THE
REQUIRED
NAME
Enter the user name, even
using just part of the
extension. EXAMPLE:
SMITH
Press
to start the
search.
SMI_
Or:
NAME NOT STORED
IN DIRECTORY
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Press the NAME key-> on
Art.1230.
ENTERING
A NAME
Key in the the user name
you want to enter.
EXAMPLE:
SMITH JOHN
SMITH JOHN
Press the ENTER key of
Art. 1230
CODE: _ _ _
Enter the user name.
EXAMPLE: 1
CODE: _ _ 1
The user name found is
displayed.
The user name does not exist.
Press ENTER on Art.1230 to
save the user name and code.
You can now proceed to
enter other users.
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ENTER USER
CODE
Followed by:
SCROLL NAMES
SEARCH NAME
SEARCHING
IN PROGRESS
SMITH JOHN
Now it is possible to scroll
the user name list using
the ▲▼ keys.
CALL EFFECTED
Or:
COMMUNICATING
8B) ENTERING BY MEANS OF ART. 1230
(not available if call mode is Indirect Code; see point 9)
Followed by:
Press
The system is engaged.
8A) ENTERING A NAME
It is possible to store a name in the directory by means of infrared programmer Art.1230,
or by means of software Art.1249/A, or directly by means of the alphanumeric keypad
with which the module is fitted.
Or:
DISPLAY
The call takes place
correctly.
The call did not take place
correctly.
MANAGING THE DIRECTORY
CALL EFFECTED
INITIAL CONDITION
OPERATION
CALL EFFECTED
Or:
CODE
NOT AVAILABLE
Or:
USER BUSY
DESCRIPTION
The system is engaged.
6B) SEARCHING FOR A NAME IN THE DIRECTORY
Module powered up
and in standby.
SCROLL NAMES
SEARCH NAME
Followed by:
ENTER USER
CODE
STORING
IN PROGRESS
If any users have been
stored in the directory.
DESCRIPTION
To use the lower-case
characters of the keys, press
SHIFT.
To delete the character
to the left, press <.
To key in special characters,
press the key combinations
described below:
NAME -> + A = Å
NAME -> + B = Ä
NAME -> + C = ß
NAME -> + O = Ö
NAME -> + P = Ø
NAME -> + Q = Ü
Press ESC to cancel the
user name entry operation.
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8C) ENTERING BY MEANS OF SOFTWARE ART. 1249/A
OPERATION
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up
and in standby.
Connect the cable
supplied with Art. 1249/A
to terminals TX / RX / -.
Modules 3340 and 3342
must not be in
programming mode.
OPERATION
ENTER USER
CODE
DISPLAY
The directory must be empty.
DESCRIPTION
If downloading is taking
place correctly.
Run the software
Art.1249/A. Consult the
online Guide of the
products for the settings
required.
Press the F7 key to start
downloading.
DISPLAY
Select the
NAME DIRECTORY/
CHANGE NAMES menu.
ENTER PART
OF THE NAME
REQUIRED
Enter the user name to be
modified, with part of the
extension as well.
EXAMPLE: SMIT
SMIT _
Press
to proceed with
searching for the user
name.
SEARCHING
IN
PROGRESS…
Use the ▲▼ keys to scroll
the user name list. Select
the user name to be
modified.
EXAMPLE: SMITH JOHN
SMITH JOHN
DESCRIPTION
The user name to be
modified is requested.
Or:
CAUTION:
The call mode selected
must correspond with the
one set on module
Art. 3340 (see point 9).
DOWNLOAD
FAILED
On completion of
downloading.
DOWNLOAD
TERMINATED
If there are connection
problems.
7D) MULTIDOWNLOADS
It is possible to create an RS485 system with digital call modules Art.3340/3342 to
upload or download a user name list on any of the modules on this system, using a PC
upgraded with software 1249/A version 2.2 or later.
Each module must have a different ID CODE (see point 10C).
To set up the RS485 network, refer to diagram CA/EN/108 on page 119.
8E) ENTERING DIRECTLY FROM THE KEYPAD
(not available if call mode is Indirect Code; see point 9)
OPERATION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
Select the
NAME DIRECTORY/
ENTERING NAMES/
MANUALLY menu.
Proceed with entry of
the user name.
EXAMPLE:
SMITH JOHN
Press
to proceed with
entry of the user code.
EXAMPLE: 1
Press
to save the user name
and code.
DISPLAY
Press
to proceed with
modification of the user
name.
SMITH JOHN _
Modify the name by means
of the alphanumeric keypad.
SMITH JOHN_
Press the key
to
proceed with modification of
the user code.
CODE: _ _ 1
Modify the code by means
of the alphanumeric keypad.
CODE _ _ 2
Press
to store the user
name and code.
STORING
IN PROGRESS
DESCRIPTION
Or:
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
_
NAME ALREADY
IN MEMORY
The module is ready for
entering the names.
It is possible to proceed to
modify another user.
8G) DELETING A NAME
(not available if call mode is Indirect Code; see point 9).
SMITH JOHN _
To cancel the character to
the left of the cursor, press
the X key, for special
characters, key 9.
CODE: _ _ 1
STORING
IN PROGRESS
OPERATION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Select the
NAME DIRECTORY /
DELETING NAMES menu.
ENTER PART
OF THE NAME
REQUIRED
Enter all or part of the user
name to be deleted.
EXAMPLE: SMIT
SMIT _
Press the key
to
proceed with searching for
the user name.
SEARCHING
IN
PROGRESS…
Use the ▲▼ keys to scroll
the user name list.
Select the user name to be
deleted.
EXAMPLE: SMITH JOHN
SMITH JOHN
You will be asked to enter
the user name that you want
to delete.
Or:
NAME ALREADY
IN MEMORY
You can now proceed to
enter other users.
If the user name is already in
the directory.
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8F) CHANGING A NAME OR A USER CODE
(not available if call mode is Indirect Code; see point 9)
OPERATION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
DISPLAY
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
DESCRIPTION
Press the key
to
proceed with deleting the
user name.
ELIMINATION
IN PROGRESS
It is possible to proceed to
delete another user.
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8H) DELETING A NAME BY MEANS OF Art 1230
(not available if call mode is Indirect Code; see point 9)
Entry of the list with the listed fields can only be carried out by means of the software
Art.1249/A.
The indirect code can have a maximum of 6 figures.
The User Name field can also be omitted (see Indirect Code Mode without name
field in the online Guide Art.1249/A).
To update a module where a list has already been stored, it is first necessary to
completely cancel the one present, following the procedure in paragraph 8L.
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up
and in standby.
ENTER USER
CODE
Followed by:
SCROLL NAMES
SEARCH NAME
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Select the user name to be
eliminated by scrolling the
list by means of the ▲▼
keys.
SMITH JOHN
Press the NAME key <- on
Art.1230.
DELETE
THE NAME ?
Press ENTER on Art.1230
to confirm deletion.
ELIMINATION
IN PROGRESS
If any users have been
stored in the directory.
DESCRIPTION
To select the Standard call mode or indirect code, the following operations must be
carried out:
OPERATION
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Select the SETTINGS
MENU /
CALL OPERATING menu
CALL OPERATING
* STANDARD
INDIRECT CODES
Select the desired mode
using the ▲▼ keys.
CALL OPERATING
* STANDARD
INDIRECT CODES
Press the key
to confirm the selection.
CALL OPERATING
* STANDARD
* INDIRECT CODES
8I) DELETING ALL THE NAMES IN THE DIRECTORY
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Select the NAME
DIRECTORY/ DELETE
ALL NAMES menu
DELETE
ALL NAMES ?
Press the key
to eliminate all the
users in the directory.
Press the key
to cancel the operation.
ELIMINATION
IN PROGRESS
DESCRIPTION
DISPLAY
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
DESCRIPTION
10) MODIFYING THE SYSTEM PARAMETERS
10A) SETTING THE PARAMETERS OF PORTER MODULE ART. 1602-4660C
(door lock release time, audio timing and reset wait time.
“Reset wait time” means the time lapse between the moment at which one call is closed
and the next can be started).
OPERATION
8L) DISPLAYING THE NUMBER OF NAMES STORED IN THE DIRECTORY,
THE SOFTWARE VERSION INSTALLED AND THE ID CODE
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
REV. 1.6
NAMES STORED: 0
ADDRESS RS485 255
Select the INFO menu.
9) SETTING THE OPERATING MODE
(Standard or indirect code)
9A) STANDARD CALL MODE ( Default )
In this operating mode, the interphone user is identified by a User Name field and by a
Code field.
EXAMPLE: User name = Smith ; Code = 1
The call can be made in the following ways:
1)Select user Smith by means of the ▲▼ ➔ keys, then press
➔ to send the call to
the user identified by code 1.
2)Enter the code 1 ➔ from the keypad and press
.
9B) INDIRECT CODE CALL MODE
In this operating mode, the interphone user is identified by the fields
Indirect code, User name (optional) and Code.
EXAMPLE: User name = Smith ; Code = 1; Indirect code = 100
The call can be made in the following ways:
1) Select the user Smith by means of the ▲▼ ➔ keys and press
➔ to send the call
to the user identified with code 1.
2) From the keypad, enter the Indirect Code 100 ➔, and press
➔ to send the call to
the user identified with code 1.
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Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
DISPLAY
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Module Art. 1602 / 4660C
powered up with terminal PR
connected to the - terminal.
The module is in
programming mode.
Press
to select the
SETTINGS /
SYSTEM PARAMETERS/
PORTER PARAMETERS
menu.
ENT. AUDIO TIMING
ENT. DOOR LOCK TIME
ENT. RESET TIME
Select the parameter to be
modified.
EXAMPLE: audio
timing.
ENT. AUDIO TIMING
ENT. DOOR LOCK TIME
ENT. RESET TIME
Change the value
of the parameter using the
▲▼ keys, to cancel the
operation, press
.
VALUE IN SECS. 010
Confirm the value
by pressing
.
DESCRIPTION
PARAMETER
CHANGED
Admissible values
Audio timing: from 10 to 180 sec.
door lock release time: from 1 to
99 sec.
Reset wait time: from 0 to
10 sec.
A confirmation tone
will be heard on porter
module Art. 1602/4660C.
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10B) DISPLAYING THE PARAMETERS OF PORTER MODULE ART. 1602 – 4660C
(door lock release time, audio timing and reset wait time)
OPERATION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
OPERATION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
Select the ACCESS
CONTROL/ SUPERCODE /
DELETE menu.
Module Art.1602 / 4660C
powered up with terminal
PR connected to the terminal.
Select the SETTINGS
MENU /
SYSTEM PARAMETERS/
PORTER PARAMETERS/
VIEWING.
11C) RESETTING THE SUPERCODE
DOOR LOCK TIME 01
AUDIO TIMING 010
RESET WAIT TIME 10
The display shows
the parameters set
on porter module
Art.1602/4660C.
CAUTION:
The function is only
guaranteed with
porter modules which
have a software version of
2.0 or later.
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Select the SETTINGS
MENU /
SYSTEM PARAMETERS /
ADDRESS RS485 menu.
ADDRESS RS485: 01
The ID code displayed
is not the one configured.
Press the key
the selection.
ADDRESS RS485: 01
The ID code displayed is not
the one configured.
ADDRESS RS485: 254
The code can have a value
from 1 to 255.
to confirm
OPERATION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
Select the
ACCESS CONTROL/
PASSWORD.
Press the key
to store the value.
11) MANAGEMENT OF THE ACCESS CONTROL FUNCTION
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Select the
ACCESS CONTROL/
SUPERCODE / ENTER
NEW ONE menu.
NEW SUPERCODE:
______
Enter the new
supercode. It must
consist of 6 digits.
NEW SUPERCODE:
******
Press
entry.
to confirm the
DESCRIPTION
ENTER
DELETE
SEARCH
ENTER PASSWORD:
******
to confirm the
You can now proceed
to enter other passwords.
SUPERCODE
WRONG
DESCRIPTION
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Access the door lock release
password management
menu.
The password can have from
1 to 6 characters.
STORING
IN PROGRESS
ENTER PASSWORD:
______
11E) DELETING A PASSWORD CODE
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
DISPLAY
Select the
ACCESS CONTROL/
PASSWORD.
ENTER
DELETE
SEARCH
Select the
DELETE menu.
ENTER
DELETE
SEARCH
Press the key
to
confirm your choice.
DELETE PASSWORD:
______
Enter the password value to
be eliminated.
DELETE PASSWORD:
******
Press the key
to
confirm the entry.
DESCRIPTION
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
ELIMINATION
IN PROGRESS
Access the door lock
release password
management menu.
If the password was found in
the list.
Or:
DELETE PASSWORD:
XXXXXX
SUPERCODE
CHANGED
Or:
The supercode is restored to
its default value (778899).
DISPLAY
Enter the
desired password.
11A) DEFAULT SUPERCODE
The supercode allows access to configuration mode
11B) CHANGING THE SUPERCODE ( Default = 778899 )
SUPERCODE
CHANGED
ENTER PASSWORD:
______
Press
entry.
PARAMETER
CHANGED
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Select the ENTER menu.
OPERATION
Use the ▲▼ keys to
modify the value of the ID
code.
DESCRIPTION
11D) ENTERING A PASSWORD CODE (Default = no code stored)
10C) SETTING THE ID CODE ( Default = 0 )
The ID code is only used in special applications.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
It is now possible to delete
other passwords.
If the password is not found,
the one with a
similar value is shown.
You can scroll through
the list of passwords
entered, using the ▲▼
keys; to delete the selected
password, press
.
DELETE PASSWORD:
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11F) DELETING ALL THE PASSWORD CODES
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
11I) DISPLAYING THE NUMBER OF PASSWORDS ENTERED
DESCRIPTION
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Select the ACCESS
CONTROL / PASSWORD /
DELETE menu.
ENTER
DELETE
SEARCH
Select the DELETE menu.
DELETE
PASSWORDS?
Press
to
confirm deletion
of all the passwords.
ELIMINATION
IN PROGRESS
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
Access the
door release
password menu.
OPERATION
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
Select the
ACCESS CONTROL/
PASSWORD.
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
ENTER
DELETE
SEARCH
Access the door release
password menu.
SEARCH PASSWORD:
______
Enter the
password value to
be Vsearched for.
EXAMPLE:112233
SEARCH PASSWORD:
******
Press the key
to
confirm the entry.
SEARCH PASSWORD:
112233
The password searched for
or the one with a similar
value stored in the list is
shown.
It is possible to display
the list of passwords
entered using the ▲▼
keys.
SEARCH PASSWORD:
112244
The passwords are stored in
ascending order.
11H) ACTIVATING THE DOOR LOCK RELEASE RELAY BY ENTERING THE
PASSWORD CODE
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up
and in standby.
ENTER USER
CODE
Followed by:
SCROLL NAMES
SEARCH NAME
OPERATION
Press
DISPLAY
.
ENTER PASSWORD:
______
password
.
If any users have been
stored in the directory.
DESCRIPTION
The system asks for
password code.
ENTER PASSWORD:
******
PASSWORDS
CONFIRMED
If a code is in the memory,
the relay in module
Art. 1602 / 4660C is
activated.
Or:
PASSWORDS
WRONG
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DESCRIPTION
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
PASSWORDS
ENTERED: 1
The display shows
the number of passwords
entered.
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3).
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Select the SETTINGS
MENU /
TYPE OF DOWNLOAD
TYPE OF DOWNLOAD
*RS232
RS485
The DEFAULT setting is
RS232.
Select the download
mode using
the ▲▼ keys.
EXAMPLE: RS485
TYPE OF DOWNLOAD
*RS232
RS485
The mode set is marked
by an
asterisk on
the left side.
Press the key
to confirm the selection.
TYPE OF DOWNLOAD
RS232
* RS485
An asterisk will appear
on the left side of the
item selected.
CAUTION:
For downloading in
RS485 mode refer to the
wiring diagram CA/EN/108
on page 119.
DESCRIPTION
Select the SEARCH menu.
Key in the
code.
Select the
ACCESS CONTROL/
INFO. menu
DISPLAY
SETTING THE TYPE OF CONNECTION WITH THE PC,
RS232 or RS485 (Default = RS232)
11G) SEARCHING FOR A PASSWORD CODE
Press
OPERATION
If a code is not
in the memory.
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4B) CHANGING THE PREVIOUSLY SET LANGUAGE
OPERATION
INTRODUCTION
The Comelit digital call module Art. 3342 can be used in Simplebus type systems. It is
equipped with a name directory for storing a list of user names.
The main specifications are as follows:
• Memory capacity: 400 names of 18 alphanumeric characters.
• Graphic display with 128x64 dots/pitch resolution.
• 2 call management modes : Standard or indirect code.
• Entering the name list ( Download ) by means of programmer Art.1230 or by means of
connection with a PC fitted with software Art.1249/A.
• Entering the names by means of connection with the PC can be done over an RS232
line or over an RS485 line by means of the interface card Art.1319 ( see system
diagram CA_EN_108 on page 119).
• Reading (Upload ) of the name list stored in the directory module by means of
connection with a PC fitted with software Art.1249/A.
• Possibility of displaying the graphic interface messages in one of the 9 languages
available.
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Configuration mode has
been accessed (see
point 3).
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Select the SETTINGS /
SELECT LANGUAGE
SELECT LANGUAGE
* ITALIANO
ENGLISH
Scroll the list by means of
the ▲▼ keys.
To select the desired
language press
SELECT LANGUAGE
ITALIANO
* ENGLISH
The default language on
power-up is Italian. The
language set is marked by an
asterisk on the left-hand side.
The DEFAULT item sets the
ITALIAN language. The next
time the module is turned
on, selection of the
language is requested again
5) SELF-TESTING
1) KEY FUNCTIONS
On power-up, the device runs a diagnostic test of the connections to check for
correct communication with porter module Art. 1602/4660C.
If the word OK appears next to the item, then it has passed the test, otherwise, if the
word FAILED appears it has failed the test. On completion of self-testing, press the ▼
key to put the module in standby. The table below summarises the meaning of the
individual tests:
TEST
DESCRIPTION
INITIALIZATION
BACK: Scrolls through the user name
list in reverse alphabetical order
SERIAL PORT
Checks the EEPROM which contains the user name list.
If the test fails, the module is faulty.
If the test fails, check correct serial connection with porter
module Art. 1602 / 4660C.
CALL – SELECT MENU
FORWARD: Scrolls through the user
name list in alphabetical order.
MODE
Checks presence of the alphanumeric keypad
which makes up Art. 3340. As it is not envisaged
for Art. 3342, the number 3342 should appear.
SEARCH FOR NAME - EXIT MENU
6) USING THE NAME DIRECTORY
6A) SCROLLING THROUGH THE DIRECTORY AND CALLING THE SELECTED USER
INITIAL CONDITION
2) INSTALLATION OF THE MODULE
To prevent any interference caused by electrostatic discharges, it is advisable to
screen the casing as shown in the diagram CA/EN/108 on page 119.
3) ACCESSING CONFIGURATION MODE
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Module powered up
with terminal PR
connected to the terminal -
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
DESCRIPTION
The module is in
programming mode:
to select the menu
▲▼ to scroll through the
menu
to go back to the
previous menu
Module powered up
and in standby.
SCROLL NAMES
SEARCH NAME
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Use the ▲▼ keys to scroll
through the directory.
Press
to exit.
SMITH JOHN
Press
to
call the selected user.
CALL EFFECTED
Or:
USER NOT
AVAILABLE
DESCRIPTION
The names are entered
in alphabetical order.
The call takes place
correctly
The call did not take
place correctly
Or:
USER BUSY
4) SETTING THE LANGUAGE
4A) THE FIRST TIME THE MODULE IS TURNED ON, THE LANGUAGE HAS NOT YET
BEEN SELECTED
6B) SEARCHING FOR A NAME IN THE DIRECTORY
INITIAL CONDITION
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up
The system is engaged
Module powered up
and in standby.
SELECT LANGUAGE:
* ITALIANO
ENGLISH
OPERATION
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Scroll the list by means of
the ▲▼ keys.
To select the desired
language press
* ITALIANO
ENGLISH
FRANÇAIS
The DEFAULT
option sets ITALIAN.
The next time the module is
turned on, selection of the
language is requested again
Press the key
.
SCROLL NAMES
SEARCH NAME
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
SEARCH
THE NAME
BY ENTERING INITIAL
And subsequently:
SELECT INITIAL:
ABCDEFG…
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OPERATION
DISPLAY
Select the initial letter
of the user name by means
of the ▲▼ keys. To exit,
press
.
EXAMPLE: A
SELECT INITIAL:
ABCDEFG…
Press
to start the search
DESCRIPTION
INITIAL CONDITION
SEARCHING
IN PROGRESS
ALBINI GIOVANNI
Or:
NO NAMES FOUND
WITH THIS INITIAL
The display shows the first
user name in alphabetical order
with the selected initial
The directory contains no user
names with the selected initial
letter
Now it is possible to scroll
the user name list
using the ▲▼ keys
INITIAL CONDITION
SCROLL NAMES
SEARCH NAME
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Press the NAME-> key on
Art. 1230.
ENTERING
A NAME
Key in the the user name
you want to enter.
EXAMPLE:
SMITH JOHN
SMITH JOHN_
KEY IN NAME
ENTER CONFIRM
ESC CANCEL
__1
ENTER USER
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Run software Art. 1249/A.
Consult the online Guide of
the products for the
settings required. Press
the F7 key to start
downloading
DESCRIPTION
If downloading is taking
place correctly
If there are connection
problems
DOWNLOAD
TERMINATED
7D) MULTIDOWNLOADS
It is possible to create an RS485 system with digital call modules Art. 3342 to upload or
download a user name list on any of the modules on this system, using a PC upgraded
with software 1249/A version 2.2 or later.
Each module must have a different ID CODE (see point 8C). To set up the RS485
network, refer to diagram CA/EN/108 on page 119.
7E) DELETING A NAME USING Art. 1230
DESCRIPTION
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up
and in standby.
To use the lower-case
characters of the keys, press
SHIFT.
To delete the character to
the left, press <.
To key in special characters,
use the key combinations
described below:
NAME -> + A = Å
NAME -> + B = Ä
NAME -> + C = ß
NAME -> + O = Ö
NAME -> + P = Ø
NAME -> + Q = Ü
Press ESC to cancel the
user name entry operation
SCROLL NAMES
SEARCH NAME
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Select the user name
to be eliminated by scrolling
the list by means of the
▲▼ keys
SMITH JOHN
Press the NAME <- key on
Art. 1230
DELETE
THE NAME ?
DESCRIPTION
ENTER CONFIRM
ESC CANCEL
Press the ENTER key on
Art. 1230 to
confirm deletion
OPERATION
ENTER CONFIRM
ESC CANCEL
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ELIMINATION
IN PROGRESS
7F) DELETING ALL THE NAMES IN THE DIRECTORY
Press the ENTER key on
Art. 1230
You can now proceed
to enter other users.
OPERATION
On completion of
downloading
7B) ENTERING BY MEANS OF ART. 1230
Press the ENTER key of
Art. 1230 to store the user
name and code.
SCROLL NAMES
SEARCH NAME
DOWNLOAD
FAILED
7A) ENTERING A NAME
Names can be saved to the name directory by means of infrared programmer Art. 1230,
or software Art. 1249/A.
Enter the user name.
EXAMPLE: 1
Module powered up and in
standby. Connect the cable
supplied with Art. 1249/A
to terminals TX / RX / -.
Module 3340 and 3342
must not be in
programming mode
Or:
7) MANAGING THE DIRECTORY
Module powered up
and in standby.
7C) ENTRY BY MEANS OF SOFTWARE ART. 1249/A
STORING
IN PROGRESS
DISPLAY
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3)
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Select the NAME
DIRECTORY/ DELETE
ALL NAMES menu
DELETE
ALL NAMES ?
Press
to eliminate all
the users in the directory.
Press
to cancel the
operation
ELIMINATION
IN PROGRESS
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THE SOFTWARE VERSION INSTALLED AND THE ID CODE
OPERATION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3)
Select the INFO menu
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
REV. 2.4
NAMES STORED: 00
ADDRESS RS485
8C) SETTING THE ID CODE ( Default = 0 )
The ID code is only used in special applications
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3)
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Select the SETTINGS /
SYSTEM PARAMETERS /
ADDRESS RS485 menu
ADDRESS RS485: 01
The ID code displayed
is not the one configured.
Press the key
to
confirm the selection
ADDRESS RS485: 01
The ID code displayed is not
the one configured
Use the ▲▼ keys to modify
the value of the ID code
ADDRESS RS485: 254
The code can have a value
from 1 to 255.
8) MODIFYING THE SYSTEM PARAMETERS
8A) SETTING THE PARAMETERS OF PORTER MODULE ART. 1602-4660C
(door lock release time, audio timing and reset wait time.
“Reset wait time” means the time lapse between the moment at which one call is closed
and the next can be started).
OPERATION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3)
DISPLAY
Press
to select the
SETTINGS / SYSTEM
PARAMETERS/ PORTER
PARAMETERS menu
9) SETTING THE TYPE OF CONNECTION WITH THE PC,
RS232 or RS485 (Default = RS232)
OPERATION
The module is in
programming mode
ENT. AUDIO TIMING
ENT. DOOR LOCK TIME
ENT. RESET TIME
ENT. AUDIO TIMING
Select the parameter to be
ENT. DOOR LOCK TIME
modified.
ENT. RESET TIME
EXAMPLE:
AUDIO TIMING
Modify the parameter value
by means of the ▲▼ keys;
to cancel the operation
press
.
Confirm the value
by pressing
.
VALUE IN SECS. 010
PARAMETER
CHANGED
PARAMETER
CHANGED
DESCRIPTION
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Module Art. 1602 / 4660C
powered up with terminal
PR connected to the
terminal -
Press the key
to store the value
Admissible values
Audio timing: from 10 to 180 sec.
door lock release time: from 1 to
99 sec.
Reset wait time: from 0 to
10 sec.
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3)
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Select the SETTINGS /
TYPE OF DOWNLOAD
TYPE OF DOWNLOAD
*RS232
RS485
The DEFAULT setting is
RS232
Select the download mode
using the ▲▼ keys.
EXAMPLE: RS485
TYPE OF DOWNLOAD
*RS232
RS485
The mode set
is marked
by an asterisk
on the left side
Press the key
to confirm the selection
TYPE OF DOWNLOAD
RS232
* RS485
An asterisk will appear on
the left side of the item
selected.
CAUTION:
For downloading in RS485
mode, refer to wiring diagram
CA/EN/108 on page 119.
A confirmation tone will be
heard on porter module
Art. 1602/4660C
8B) DISPLAYING THE PARAMETERS OF PORTER MODULE ART. 1602 – 4660C
(door lock release time, audio timing and reset wait time)
OPERATION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 3)
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
NAME DIRECTORY
ACCESS CONTROL
SETTINGS
Module Art. 1602 / 4660C
powered up with terminal
PR connected to terminal Select the SETTINGS /
SYSTEM PARAMETERS/
PORTER PARAMETERS/
VIEWING menu.
DOOR LOCK TIME 01
AUDIO TIMING 010
RESET WAIT TIME 10
The display shows the
parameters set on porter
module Art.1602/4660C.
CAUTION:
The function is only
guaranteed with porter
modules which have a
software version of 2.0 or later
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3) USING THE DIGITAL CALL MODULE
3A) CALLING A USER:
INTRODUCTION
INITIAL CONDITION
The Comelit digital call module Art. 3070/A can be used in Simplebus type systems and
enables you to call interphone users by keying in the code that identifies them. The main
specifications are as follows:
• 32-character alphanumeric display.
• Can be combined with porter modules 3062, 3262 (combined with module 1602) and
3268 (combined with module 4660C).
• STANDARD or INDIRECT CODE operating modes.
• Possibility of changing door lock release time, audio timing and reset wait time on the
porter module.
• ACCESS CONTROL function for opening the door by keying in a pre-recorded
password code.
• PC interface for managing INDIRECT CODE mode by means of RS232 or RS485
serial line.
• Possibility of displaying the graphic interface messages in one of the 9 languages
available.
Module powered up
and in standby.
OPERATION
Key in the code using
the alphanumeric keypad
of module Art. 3070/A.
EXAMPLE: calling
a user with code 1.
ENTER USER
CODE
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
USER:_ _ 1
TO CALL
If the call
is successful, the message:
OPERATING
EFFECTED
1) KEY FUNCTIONS
Press
to send the call.
If the call is not
successful;
the message:
CODE
NOT AVAILABLE
Or if the riser
is engaged, the message:
BUSY USER
DELETE: to exit the menu or
cancel the operation
CALL – DOOR LOCK – MENU
SELECTION
3B) RESETTING A CALL OR A CONVERSATION
INITIAL CONDITION
Call effected or
conversation in progress.
OPERATING
EFFECTED
Or:
COMMUNICATING
2) INSTALLATION OF THE MODULE
For the use of module 3070/A with 3262 (combined with module 1602) and 3268
(combined with module 4660C) see diagram SB/KC on page 118. If using Art. 3062,
refer to wiring diagram CA/EN/109 on page 119.
To prevent any interference caused by electrostatic discharges, it is advisable to screen
the casing as shown in the diagram below.
Press X.
ENTER USER
CODE
The module Art. 3070/A
goes back into standby.
4) SETTINGS
4A) ACCESSING CONFIGURATION MODE
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Module powered with
terminal PR connected to
the - terminal.
MAIN
SETTINGS
The module is in
programming mode.
The menus are scrolled
through automatically every
2 seconds.
Or:
With the module
in standby, press
,
enter the supercode and
confirm by
pressing
again.
4B) SYSTEM PARAMETERS
4B-1) CHANGING THE AUDIO TIMING, DOOR LOCK RELEASE TIME AND RESET
WAIT TIME OF THE PORTER MODULE.
This operation enables you to change the audio timing, door lock release relay closure time
and reset wait time for the porter module at the end of the interphone communication.
INITIAL CONDITION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 4A).
Porter module Art. 3062 /
3262/ 3268 powered
with terminal PR connected
to the - terminal.
MAIN
SETTINGS
The module is in
programming mode.
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
The porter module is in
programming mode.
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DISPLAY
Select the
SETTINGS/SYSTEM PAR./
PORTER PAR. menu by
pressing
. To cancel an
operation or exit the menu,
press X.
PORTER PAR.
ENTER t AUDIO
Using the
key, select
the menu option for the
parameter you want to
change. EXAMPLE:
Changing audio timing.
Key in the desired value.
EXAMPLE: 100.
DESCRIPTION
It is possible to change
the audio timing,
door lock release relay
activation time
and reset wait time.
t AUDIO ( 10-180 )
VALUE: _ _ _
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
t AUDIO ( 10-180 )
VALUE: 100
*
PARAMETER
CHANGED
Enter the desired value
for the parameter.
N.B: The values in
*brackets
are the min and
If entry is successful.
Or:
ENTRY
WRONG
If entry does not fall within
the limits.
When you have made the
change, remove the connections between PR and –
on the terminals of porter
modules 3062/3262 /3268.
4B-2) DISPLAYING THE AUDIO TIMING, DOOR LOCK RELEASE TIME AND RESET
WAIT TIME FOR THE PORTER MODULE
This operation enables you to display the audio timing, door lock release relay closure
time and reset wait time for the porter module.
INITIAL CONDITION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 4A).
Select the SETTINGS/
SYSTEM PAR./
TYPE OF DOWNLOAD
menu using the
. To
cancel an operation or exit
the menu, press X.
Press
to confirm the value
of the parameter.
max limits of the
parameter (ref. table page
21).
Press the key
to confirm the value
of the parameter.
OPERATION
MAIN
SETTINGS
Porter module Art. 3062 /
3262/ 3268 powered
with terminal PR connected
to the - terminal.
The module is in
programming mode:
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
The module is in
programming mode.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Select the SETTINGS/
SYSTEM PAR. /
PORTER / VIEWING menu
with the
.
To exit the menu,
press X.
AUDIO TIMING
VALUE: 180
After 3 seconds, the values
of the other parameters are
displayed in sequence.
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PARAMETER
CHANGED
brackets are the min and
max limits of the
parameter
(ref. table page 21).
If entry is successful.
Or:
If entry does not fall within
the limits.
ENTRY
WRONG
INDIRECT CODE CALL MODE:
In this operating mode, the interphone user is identified by the Indirect Code and Code
fields.
EXAMPLE: User John Smith identified by Code = 1 and Indirect Code = 100
The call is made as follows:
• From the keypad, key in the Indirect Code 100 ➔ and press
to send the call to
the user identified by code 1.
The list with the listed fields can only entered by means of software Art. 1249/A set to
INDIRECT CODE mode without Name field.
INITIAL CONDITION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 4A).
OPERATION
Select the
SETTINGS/SYSTEM PAR./
CALL MODE menu, using
the
.
To cancel an operation or
exit the menu Press X.
The module is in
programming mode.
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
MAIN
SETTINGS
DISPLAY
CALL MODE ( 0 -1 )
VALUE: _
DESCRIPTION
*
PARAMETER
CHANGED
* N.B: The values in
brackets are the min and
max limits of the
parameter
(ref. table page 21).
If entry is successful.
Or:
MAIN
SETTINGS
ENTRY
WRONG
If entry does not fall within
the limits.
4B-5) RS485 ADDRESS
The value of this parameter is used only in special applications.
INITIAL CONDITION
INITIAL CONDITION
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DOWNL. MODE ( 0 -1 )
VALUE: _
STANDARD CALL MODE (factory-set):
In this operating mode, the interphone user is identified by a Code.
The call is made as follows:
• From the keypad, key in the code 1 ➔ and press
. to send the call to the user identified
by code 1.
Press
to confirm the value
of the parameter.
4B-3) TYPE OF SERIAL DOWNLOAD
The parameter sets the type of connection used for downloading the list used for
managing INDIRECT CODE mode.
Either an RS232 or RS485 interface is available.
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 4A).
DESCRIPTION
4B-4) CALL MODE
The parameter sets the operating mode of the call module as STANDARD or INDIRECT
CODE.
Enter the desired value
for the parameter.
When you have made the
change, remove the
connections between PR and
– on the terminals of porter
module 3062 / 3262 / 3268.
DISPLAY
The module is in
programming mode.
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 4A).
MAIN
SETTINGS
The module is in
programming mode.
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
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OPERATION
Select the
SETTINGS / PORTER
PAR./ ADDRESS RS485
menu using the
.
To cancel an operation
or exit the menu press X.
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
ADDRESS RS485 ( 1 -255 ) *
VALUE: _ _ _
* N.B: The values in
brackets are
the min and max limits
of the parameter
(ref. table page 21).
To change the value of the parameter, if the value is not set to DEFAULT:
INITIAL CONDITION
MAIN
SETTINGS
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 4A).
OPERATION
Enter the desired value
for the parameter.
PARAMETER
CHANGED
If entry is
successful.
The module is in
programming mode.
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Select the SETTINGS/
LANGUAGE menu
with the
;
to exit, press X.
ENT. LANGUAGE
VALUE:2_ _
Enter the value
of the parameter.
ENT. LANGUAGE
VALUE:2 _ _
Or:
Press
to confirm the value of the
parameter.
ENTRY
WRONG
If entry does not fall within
the limits.
4B-6)SIMPLEBUS TYPE (factory-set for modules Art. 1602 and Art. 4660C combined
with Art. 3362 and Art. 3368).
The value of this parameter is used to indicate to Art. 3070/A the type of porter
module with which it has to interface, with particular reference to password
management for the ACCESS CONTROL function: for modules Art. 3062, the
password codes are stored in the memory of the porter module, whereas for
modules Art. 3262 and 3268 they are stored in the memory of Art. 3070/A.
Enter the desired value
for the parameter.
*
PARAMETER
CHANGED
* N.B: The values in
brackets are
the min and max limits
of the parameter
(ref. table page 21)
If entry is
successful.
Press
to confirm the value
of the parameter.
INITIAL CONDITION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 4A).
OPERATION
Select the
SETTINGS / PORTER
PAR. / SIMPLEBUS TYPE
menu, using the
.
To cancel an operation or
exit the menu, press X.
The module is in
programming mode.
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
MAIN
SETTINGS
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
SIMPL. TYPE ( 0 -1 )
VALUE: _
* * N.B: The values in
brackets are
the min and max limits
of the parameter
(ref. table page 21).
5) ACCESS CONTROL
This function serves to activate the door lock release relay in the porter module (contact SE
/ SE ) when a previously saved password code is keyed in (EXECUTION OF A
PASSWORD-ACTIVATED DOOR LOCK RELEASE RELAY).
5A) ENTERING A PASSWORD CODE
INITIAL CONDITION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 4A).
Enter the desired value
for the parameter.
PARAMETER
CHANGED
If entry is
successful.
OPERATION
Press
to confirm the value of the
parameter.
4C) SETTING THE LANGUAGE
The value of this parameter is used to set the language in which messages are
displayed.
The first time module Art. 3070/A is switched on, proceed as follows:
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up
OPERATION
Enter the value of the
parameter. EXAMPLE:
you want to set the
language to ENGLISH. To
cancel the operation press
X.
Press
to confirm the
value of the parameter.
MAIN
SETTINGS
*
* N.B: The values in
brackets are the min and
max limits of the parameter
(ref. table page 21)
The DEFAULT option sets
the messages to ITALIAN,
and you will be asked to set
the language again, the next
time the module is switched
on.
If entry is successful.
DESCRIPTION
PASSWORDS
VALUE: _ _ _ _ _ _
Enter the desired password
code. EXAMPLE:100.
PASSWORDS
VALUE:_ _ _ 100
The password code can have
up to a maximum of 6 digits.
STORING
IN PROGRESS
If the code typed
is not already in the memory.
It is possible to enter up to
300 password codes.
DESCRIPTION
LANGUAGE (1-10):
VALUE:1 _ _
PARAMETER
CHANGED
DISPLAY
Select the ACCESS
CONTROL /PASSWORD /
ENTER menu, using the
;
to exit the menu press X.
LANGUAGE (1-10):
VALUE:_ _ _
DISPLAY
The module is in
programming mode.
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
Press
entry.
to confirm the
Or:
ALREADY
IN MEMORY
If the code is already
in the memory.
5B) DELETING A PASSWORD CODE
INITIAL CONDITION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 4A).
MAIN
SETTINGS
The module is in
programming mode.
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
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OPERATION
DISPLAY
Select the ACCESS
CONTROL /
PASSWORD / DELETE
menu, using the
;
exit the menu
press X.
Enter the desired password
code.
EXAMPLE: 100.
PASSWORDS
VALUE:_ _ _ 100
to confirm the
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 4A).
The password code can
have up to a maximum of
6 digits.
If the code typed is found.
Or:
NOT IN MEMORY
5E) CHANGING THE SUPERCODE TO THE DEFAULT VALUE
INITIAL CONDITION
PASSWORDS
VALUE: _ _ _ _ _ _
ELIMINATION
IN PROGRESS
Press
entry.
DESCRIPTION
If the code typed is not
found.
MAIN
SETTINGS
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Select the RESET
SUPERCODE menu using
the
. to exit the menu
press X.
PARAMETER
CHANGED
The supercode has been
changed to the default value
(111111).
5F) DISPLAYING THE NUMBER OF PASSWORDS ENTERED AND THE VERSION OF
SOFTWARE INSTALLED IN MODULE Art. 3070/A
INITIAL CONDITION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 4A).
MAIN
SETTINGS
5C) DELETING ALL THE PASSWORD CODES
OPERATION
INITIAL CONDITION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 4A).
MAIN
SETTINGS
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Select the ACCESS
CONTROL /
PASSWORD / DELETE
menu, using the
;
exit the menu
press X.
DELETE
PASSWORDS ?
To confirm
Press
.
ELIMINATION
IN PROGRESS
The module is in
programming mode.
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
The module is in
programming mode.
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
Select the INFO menu
using the
.
The module is in
programming mode.
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
REV 1.0
N. PASSWORD:100
The first line shows the
software version installed in
module 3070/A.
The second line shows the
number of password codes
stored.
DESCRIPTION
Pressing X cancels the
operation.
5G) EXECUTION OF A PASSWORD-ACTIVATED DOOR-LOCK RELEASE RELAY
INITIAL CONDITION
Module Art. 3070/A
powered up and in standby.
ENTER USER
CODE
OPERATION
DISPLAY
.
PASSWORDS: _ _ _ _ _ _
CONFIRM WITH
Enter the password code.
EXAMPLE: 100.
PASSWORDS: _ _ _ 100
CONFIRM WITH
Press
5D) CHANGING THE SUPERCODE
INITIAL CONDITION
Configuration mode has
been accessed
(see point 4A).
N.B: If the SIMPLEBUS
TYPE parameter is set to
0 porter module 3062
must be in programming
mode by connecting
terminal PRG to -.
MAIN
SETTINGS
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Select the ACCESS
CONTROL/ SUPERCODE /
CHANGE menu, using
the
. To exit the menu,
press X.
SUPERCODE
VALUE: _ _ _ _ _ _
The module is in
programming mode.
The menus are scrolled
through automatically
every 2 seconds.
PASSWORDS
CONFIRMED
Press
.
Or:
NOT
IN MEMORY
DESCRIPTION
To cancel the operation
press X.
If the password code is
already in the memory.
Contact SE / SE on the
porter module will be
activated.
If the password code
is not in the memory.
6) INDIRECT CODE
Enter the new
supercode value
EXAMPLE: 222222.
DESCRIPTION
SUPERCODE
VALUE: 222222
The supercode must be made
up of 6 digits.
PARAMETER
CHANGED
The new supercode value is
222222.
6A) MULTIDOWNLOAD
It is possible to create an RS485 system with digital call modules Art. 3070/A to upload
or download a user name list on any of the modules on this system, using a PC
upgraded with software 1249/A version 2.2 or later.
In this mode, each module must have a different ID CODE (see point 4B-5). To set up
the RS485 network, refer to diagram CA/EN/109 on page 119.
6B) ENTERING A LIST ( DOWNLOAD )
Using software Art. 1249/A, it is possible, on module 3070/A, to enter the list with the
Indirect Code and Code fields for INDIRECT CODE operating mode. Art. 3070/A must be
set to indirect code call mode (see point 4B-4).
INITIAL CONDITION
Press
to confirm the
entry.
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and in standby.
ENTER USER
CODE
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DISPLAY
Connect the cable supplied
with software Art. 1249/A to
terminals TX / RX / - ( or D /
D- if you have an RS485
line).
ENTER USER
CODE
Run the software
Art.1249/A.
ENTER USER
CODE
Fill in the list with the Code
and Indirect Code fields in
software Art. 1249/A, or load
an existing list.
ENTER USER
CODE
DESCRIPTION
The table below shows the configuration parameters for module Art. 3070/A:
PARAMETER
DOWNLOAD
TERMINATED
If download was completed
successfully.
DOWNLOAD
FAILED
INITIAL CONDITION
ENTER USER
CODE
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Connect the cable supplied
with software Art. 1249/A to
terminals TX / RX / - (or
D / D- if you have an
RS485 line. Ref. wiring
diagram CA/EN/109 on
page 119).
ENTER USER
CODE
Run the software
Art.1249/A.
ENTER USER
CODE
TYPE OF DOWNLOAD
0 = Connection
by RS232 line
1 = Connection
by RS485 line
0 = Connection by
RS232 line
CALL MODE
0 = STANDARD
1 = INDIRECT CODE
0 = STANDARD
If an error occurred
during download.
6C) READING (UPLOAD) OF THE STORED LIST
Using software Art. 1249/A it is possible, from module 3070/A, to read the list with the
Indirect Code and Code fields for INDIRECT CODE operating mode.
Art. 3070/A must be set to indirect code call mode.
It is necessary to perform the following operations:
DEFAULT VALUE
1=ITALIAN
10 = DEFAULT
2=ENGLISH
3=FRENCH
4=GERMAN
5=PORTUGUESE
6=DANISH
7=FINNISH
8=DUTCH
9=SPANISH
10=DEFAULT
(you will be asked
to select the language next
time module 3070/A is
switched on).
SIMPLEBUS MODE
Or:
POSSIBLE VALUE
LANGUAGE
On software 1249/A
it is necessary to set CALL
MODE to Indirect Code
without name field.
Press the Download button
in software Art. 1249/A.
Module powered up
and in standby.
7) PARAMETERS TABLE
0 = Mode for porter
modules Art.3062
1 = Mode for porter
modules Art.3262 and
3268
1 = Mode for porter modules
Art. 3262 and 3268
ADDRESS RS485
Value from 01 to 255
0
AUDIO TIMING
Value from 10 to 180.
Expresses the duration in
seconds of the interphone
conversation.
180
DOOR LOCK RELEASE
TIME
Value from 01 to 99.
Expresses the duration in
seconds of closure of the
door lock release relay.
01
RESET TIME
Value from 0 to 10.
Expresses the waiting time
in seconds before sending
the reset code at the end
of an interphone
conversation.
10
DESCRIPTION
Press the Upload
button in software Art.
1249/A.
UPLOAD
TERMINATED
The list will be uploaded to
software Art. 1249/A.
If the list was uploaded
successfully.
The list is deleted from
module 3070/A.
Or:
UPLOAD
FAILED
If an error occurred during
upload of the list.
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3) USING THE DIRECTORY MODULE
Digital call module Art. 3072/A
3A) SCROLLING THE USER LIST AND CALLING
INTRODUCTION
The Comelit digital directory module Art. 3072/A can be used in Simplebus type systems
and makes it possible to call an interphone user by selecting his/her name from a list
saved to the memory:
• 32-character alphanumeric display.
• Can be combined with porter modules 3062, 3262 (combined with module 1602) and
3268 (combined with module 4660C).
• Capable of saving up to 400 user names with maximum length of 16 characters.
• Possibility of changing door lock release time, audio timing and reset wait time on the
porter module.
• PC interface for uploading a list of users. A standard RS232 or RS485 connection is
available.
• Possibility of displaying the graphic interface messages in one of the 9 languages
available.
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up
and in standby.
OPERATION
Scroll the list using
the ▲ or ▼ keys.
For the use of module 3072/A with 3262 (combined with module 1602) and 3268
(combined with module 4660C) see diagram SB/KC on page 118. If using Art. 3062,
refer to wiring diagram CA/EN/109 on page 119. To prevent any interference caused
by electrostatic discharges, it is advisable to screen the casing as shown in the
diagram below.
To scroll faster, keep one of
the keys continuously
pressed.
If the call is
is not successful:
CODE
NOT AVAILABLE
BUSY USER
3B) SEARCHING FOR A USER IN THE LIST BY INITIAL LETTER
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up
and in standby.
OPERATION
2) INSTALLATION OF THE MODULE
ALBINI PIETRO
TO CALL
Or if the riser is busy:
BACK: Scrolls through the user
name list in reverse alphabetical
order
SEARCH NAME
EXIT MENU
DESCRIPTION
OPERATING
EFFECTED
FORWARD: Scrolls through the user
name list in alphabetical order.
CALL-SELECT MENU
DISPLAY
If the call is successful:
Press the key
to send the call.
1) KEY FUNCTIONS
SEARCH NAME
WITH
Press
.
SELECT NAME
WITH ↓ OR ↑
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
SEARCH THE NAME
INITIAL WITH ↓ OR ↑
CONFIRM WITH
Select the initial of the
name you want to find
using the ▲ or ▼ keys.
EXAMPLE: A
ABCDEFGHILMNOPQ
RSTUVWXYZåäßöøü
Press
to confirm your
selection.
SEARCHING
IN PROGRESS
You can now scroll the
names using the ▲ or ▼
keys.
ALBINI PIETRO
TO CALL
The display shows the first
user in the list starting with
the selected letter.
Or:
NO NAMES
FOUND
No user starting with the
selected letter was found.
3C) CANCELLING A CALL
INITIAL CONDITION
Call effected or
conversation in progress.
OPERATING
EFFECTED
or:
COMMUNICATING
OPERATION
Press
.
DISPLAY
SELECT NAME
WITH ↓ OR ↑
or:
SEARCH NAME
WITH
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DESCRIPTION
Module Art. 3072/A goes
back into standby and the
call sent to the riser is
cancelled.
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4) SETTINGS
4A) SYSTEM PARAMETERS
4A-1) CHANGING THE CONVERSATION TIME, DOOR LOCK RELEASE TIME AND
RESET WAIT TIME FOR THE PORTER MODULE
This operation enables you to change the audio timing, door lock release relay closure
time and reset wait time for the porter module.
INITIAL CONDITION
Module Art. 3072/A
powered with terminal
PR connected to the terminal.
MAIN
SETTINGS ↓
Porter module Art. 3062/3262/
3268 powered with terminal
PR connected to the - terminal.
The module is in
programming mode:
to select the menu
▲▼ to scroll through the
menu
to go back to the menu
below
The porter module is in
programming mode.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Using the ▲ or ▼ keys,
select the MAIN
SETTINGS/ SYSTEM PAR./
PORTER PAR. menu
PORTER PAR.
ENT. t AUDIO
It is possible to change
the audio timing, door lock
release relay activation time
and reset wait time.
Using the ▲ or ▼ keys,
scroll the menu options and
select the one for the
parameter you want to
change.
EXAMPLE: Changing
audio timing.
ENT. t AUDIO
VALUE: _ _ _ ↓ ↑
Enter the desired value
using the ▲ or ▼ keys.
EXAMPLE: 100
ENT. t AUDIO
VALUE: 100 ↓ ↑
Press
to confirm the
value of the parameter.
PARAMETER
CHANGED
Pressing the ▲ or ▼ key
continuously increases or
reduces the value in steps of
10.
If entry is successful.
When you have made
the change, remove the
connections between PR
and – on the terminals of
3072/A and porter modules
3062 / 3262 / 3268.
MAIN
SETTINGS ↓
Porter module Art.
3062 / 3262 / 3268
powered with terminal PR
connected to the - terminal.
Select the
MAIN SETTINGS /
SYSTEM PAR. /
PORTER PAR. /
VIEWING menu.
When you have made the
change, remove the
connections between PR
and – on the terminals of
3072/A and porter modules
3062 / 3262 / 3268.
4A-3) TYPE OF SERIAL DOWNLOAD
The parameter sets the type of connection used for downloading the user list.
Either an RS232 or RS485 interface is available.
INITIAL CONDITION
Module Art. 3072/A
powered with terminal PR
connected to the - terminal.
MAIN
SETTINGS ↓
The module is in
programming mode:
to select the menu
▲▼ to scroll through the
menu
to go back to the menu
below.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Select the MAIN
SETTINGS / SYSTEM
PAR. / TYPE OF
DOWNLOAD menu.
TYPE OF DOWNLOAD
VALUE: 0 ↓ ↑
Enter the desired value
using ▲ or ▼ keys.
EXAMPLE: 1
TYPE OF DOWNLOAD
VALUE: 1 ↓ ↑
Press the key
to confirm the value
of the parameter.
PARAMETER
CHANGED
If entry is successful.
When the change has been
made remove the
connections between PR
and – on the terminal of
3072/A.
INITIAL CONDITION
INITIAL CONDITION
OPERATION
DESCRIPTION
4A-4) ADDRESS RS485
The value of this parameter is used only in special applications.
4A-2) DISPLAYING THE AUDIO TIMING, DOOR LOCK RELEASE TIME AND RESET
WAIT TIME FOR THE PORTER MODULE
This operation enables you to display the audio timing, door lock release relay closure
time and reset wait time for the porter module.
Module Art. 3072/A
powered with terminal PR
connected to the - terminal.
DISPLAY
The module is in
programming mode:
to select the menu
▲▼ to scroll through the
menu
to go back to the menu
below.
The porter module is in
programming mode.
DISPLAY
AUDIO TIMING
VALUE: 100 ↓ ↑
Module Art. 3072/A
powered with terminal PR
connected to the - terminal.
MAIN
SETTINGS ↓
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Select the MAIN
SETTINGS / SYSTEM
PAR. /ADDRESS RS485
menu.
ADDRESS RS485
VALUE: _ _ _ ↓ ↑
Enter the desired value
using the ▲ or ▼ keys.
EXAMPLE: 100
ADDRESS RS485
VALUE: 100 ↓ ↑
Press the key to confirm
the value of the parameter.
Or:
DESCRIPTION
After 3 seconds
The display shows
the values
of the other parameters in
sequence.
PARAMETER
CHANGED
ENTRY
WRONG
The module is in
programming mode:
to select the menu
▲▼ to scroll through the
menu
to go back to the menu
below.
DESCRIPTION
If entry is successful.
If entry does not fall within
the limits.
When the change has been
made, remove the
connections between PR
and – on the terminal of
3072/A.
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4B) SETTING THE LANGUAGE
The value of this parameter is used to set the language in which messages are
displayed.
The first time module Art. 3072/A is switched on, proceed as follows:
OPERATION
Select the INFO menu
using the
.
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
3072/A REV 2.2
NAMES :100
The first line shows the
software version installed
on module 3072/A.
The second line shows the
number of users stored in
the memory.
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up.
LANGUAGE
VALUE: 01 ↓ ↑
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Enter the value
of the parameter.
EXAMPLE: 01 if
you want to set
the language to ITALIAN.
Press the key
to cancel the operation.
To change the value use ▲
or ▼.
LANGUAGE
VALUE: 01 ↓ ↑
The DEFAULT option sets
the messages to ITALIAN;
you will be asked to select
the language again the next
time the module is switched
on.
Press the key
to confirm the value
of the parameter.
When the change has been
made, remove the
connections between PR
and – on the terminal of
3072/A.
5) MANAGING THE USER LIST
5A) ENTERING A NAME USING ART.1230
PARAMETER
CHANGED
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Press the NAME ➞ key
of Art. 1230.
ENTRY
NEW USER
DESCRIPTION
followed by
———————
ENTER NAME
To change the value of the parameter if the value is not set to DEFAULT:
Enter the user name
to be inserted
(EXAMPLE: BIANCHINI)
BIANCHINI
ENTER NAME
INITIAL CONDITION
Module Art. 3072/A
powered with terminal PR
connected to the - terminal.
MAIN
SETTINGS ↓
The module is in
programming mode:
to select the menu
▲▼ to scroll through the
menu
to go back to the menu
below.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Select the
MAIN SETTINGS/
LANGUAGE menu.
LANGUAGE
VALUE: 01 ↓ ↑
Change the value
using the ▲ or ▼ keys.
LANGUAGE
VALUE: 02 ↓ ↑
PARAMETER
CHANGED
Press the key
to confirm the value
of the parameter.
If entry is successful.
Press ENTER
of Art. 1230.
BIANCHINI
ENTER CODE —
Enter the user name
(EXAMPLE: 15)
BIANCHINI
ENTER CODE 15
Press ENTER of Art. 1230
to save the user name and
code, or ESC to cancel the
operation.
STORING
IN PROGRESS...
Or:
ENTRY
WRONG
If entry does not fall within
the limits.
When the change has been
made, remove the
connections between PR
and – on the terminal of
3072/A.
To use the lower-case
characters of the keys, press
SHIFT. To delete the
character to the left, press <.
To key in special characters,
press the key combinations
described below:
NAME -> + A = Å
NAME -> + B = Ä
NAME -> + C = ß
NAME -> + O = Ö
NAME -> + P = Ø
NAME -> + Q = Ü
Press ESC to cancel the
user name entry operation
In this state, only the
numerical characters are
enabled, so it is not
necessary to press SHIFT;
press < to delete digits to
the left.
Or
NAME ALREADY
IN MEMORY
4C) DISPLAYING THE NUMBER OF USERS STORED AND THE SOFTWARE
VERSION INSTALLED
followed by
INITIAL CONDITION
Module Art. 3072/A
powered with terminal PR
connected to the - terminal.
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MAIN
SETTINGS ↓
The newly entered name
is already associated with
a different code from the
one you want to save; the
name is not entered.
The module is in
programming mode:
to select the menu
▲▼ to scroll through the
menu
to go back to the menu
below.
———————
ENTER NAME
SELECT NAME
WITH
OR
It is now possible to
proceed to enter other
users.
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5B) DELETING A NAME USING ART.1230
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Select the user name
that you want to delete by
scrolling the list with
the
keys.
(EXAMPLE: BIANCHINI)
DESCRIPTION
5E) READING (UPLOAD) OF THE STORED LIST
Using software Art. 1249/A, it is possible, from module 3072/A, to read the list with the
User Name and Code fields. It is necessary to perform the following operations:
BIANCHINI
TO CALL
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up
and in standby.
SELECT NAME
WITH ↓ OR ↑
OPERATION
➞
Press the NAME
of Art. 1230.
key
Press ENTER of Art. 1230
to confirm deletion or ESC
to cancel the operation.
DELETE
USER ?
ELIMINATION
IN PROGRESS
You will be asked to confirm
the deletion.
The name has been deleted.
followed by
SMITH
TO CALL
The display now shows the
next user in alphabetical order.
SELECT NAME
WITH
OR
DISPLAY
Connect the cable supplied
with software Art. 1249/A to
terminals TX / RX / - (or D /
D- if you have an RS485 line.
Ref. wiring diagram
CA/EN/109 on page 119).
SELECT NAME
WITH ↓ OR ↑
Run the software
Art.1249/A. Consult the
online Guide to the product
for the required settings.
SELECT NAME
WITH ↓ OR ↑
DESCRIPTION
Press the Upload button in
software Art. 1249/A.
5C) MULTIDOWNLOADS
It is possible to create an RS485 system with digital call modules Art.3072/A to upload or
download a user name list on any of the modules on this system, using a PC upgraded
with software 1249/A version 2.2 or later.
In this mode, each module must have a different ID CODE (see point 4A-4). To set up
the RS485 network, refer to diagram CA/EN/109 on page 119.
The list will be uploaded to
software Art. 1249/A.
UPLOAD
TERMINATED
If the list was uploaded
successfully.
Or:
UPLOAD
FAILED
If an error occurred during
upload of the list.
6) PARAMETERS TABLE
The table below explains the configuration parameters for module Art. 3072/A:
5D) ENTERING A LIST ( DOWNLOAD )
Using software Art. 1249/A, it is possible, on module 3072/A, to enter a list with the User
Name and Code fields, in alphabetical order.
It is necessary to perform the following operations:
PARAMETER
LANGUAGE
INITIAL CONDITION
Module powered up
and in standby.
SELECT NAME
WITH ↓ OR ↑
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Connect the cable supplied
with software Art. 1249/A to
terminals TX / RX / - ( or D /
D- if you have an RS485
line).
SELECT NAME
WITH ↓ OR ↑
Run the software
Art.1249/A. Consult the
online Guide to the product
for the required settings.
Fill in the list with the User
Name and Code fields in
software Art. 1249/A, or load
an existing list.
DESCRIPTION
In software 1249/A it is
necessary to set CALL
MODE to Standard.
SELECT NAME
WITH ↓ O ↑
Press the Download button
in software Art. 1249/A.
DOWNLOAD
TERMINATED
DOWNLOAD
FAILED
1=ITALIAN
10 = DEFAULT
2=ENGLISH
3=FRENCH
4=GERMAN
5=PORTUGUESE
6=DANISH
7=FINNISH
8=DUTCH
9=SPANISH
10=DEFAULT
(you will be asked to select
the language the next time
module 3072/A is switched on).
0 = Connection by RS232
line
1 = Connection by RS485
line
0 = Connection by RS232
line
ADDRESS RS485
Value from 01 to 255
0
AUDIO TIMING
Value from 10 to 180.
Expresses the duration
in seconds of the
interphone conversation.
180
DOOR LOCK RELEASE
TIME
Value from 01 to 99.
Expresses the duration in
seconds of closure of the
password menu.
01
RESET TIME
In an error occurred
during download.
DEFAULT VALUE
TYPE OF DOWNLOAD
If download was completed
successfully.
Or:
POSSIBLE VALUE
Value from 0 to 10.
10
Expresses the waiting time
in seconds before sending
the reset code at the end
of an interphone
conversation.
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Installation instructions for Roma audio-video external unit
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Operation to be carried out only if pushbutton modules Art. 3063/A or 3063B are not present.
To use more than 2 pushbuttons, only mount modules 3063B or 3063/A.
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Installation instructions for N-AV/4 audio external unit
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4
!
5
!
yellow
green
--
6
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9
10
11
12
13
!
Operation to be carried out only if pushbutton modules Art. 3063/A or 3063B are not present.
To use more than 2 pushbuttons, only mount modules 3063B or 3063/A.
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Installation instructions for Powerpost audio-video external unit with vertical opening
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2
3
4
Ca
Rorla
ss
i
5
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Installation instructions for Powerpost audio-video external unit with side opening
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2
3
4
Ca
Rorla
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INTERNAL UNITS
Description of Bravo monitor Art. 5702 and user information
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2
9
3
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5
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6
7
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10
11
12
The Comelit video door entry monitors in the Bravo series Art. 5702
(colour monitors) are compatible with the monitors of the following
series: Genius and Diva. Mounting bracket (Art. 5714C) completes
the monitor and determines the Simplebus Color wiring system.
1. 3-position ringtone/Privacy service selector:
Left position: Max. ringtone volume.
Middle position: Medium ringtone volume.
Right position : Privacy function activation
(Privacy service means exclusion of the call from the external
unit or switchboard; Activation of the Privacy function is
signalled by a red indicator appearing at the left of the selector).
2. Indicator LED for system busy, doctor function, etc... (available
as standard).
3. Door lock release pushbutton
.
4. Standard pushbutton 1 (factory-set for call to switchboard) can
be used as an actuator control (see variant D on page 126) or
as free contact C. NO by removing jumpers CV3 and CV4
(reference on terminal board C1 P1 contact C.NO. max 24V
100mA, see SB2/AAF on page 125).
5. Standard pushbutton 2 (factory-set for Switch-on function).
6. Optional pushbuttons 3 and 4 (factory-set for activating a
generic actuator). Available using Art. 5733.
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7. Optional Pushbutton 5 (factory-set for activating a generic
actuator) , available using Art. 5733, or optional indicator LED,
available using Art. 5734.
8. Optional Pushbutton 6 (factory-set for activating Doctor
function), available using Art. 5733, or optional indicator LED,
available using Art. 5734.
9. Screen for image viewing from external unit.
10. Personal interchangeable card (using personalisation kit).
11. Brightness adjustment knob (turn clockwise to increase
brightness).
12. Colour intensity adjustment knob (turn anti-clockwise to
increase the value)
13. Pushbutton memo label where the Monitor pushbutton functions
can be indicated (to be applied to the Monitor under the handset
as shown in the figure). The adhesive label is enclosed with
Monitors Art. 5702 in the FT BRAVO 01 user manual.
14. Monitor handset (lift handset to start communication).
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Installation instructions for Bravo internal unit
Wall-mounting of bracket Art. 5714C with 4
expansion bolts.
145 cm
Installation of bracket Art. 5714C on civil series box
503 (Art. 4517).
1
2
Overall dimensions of the monitor.
10,2 cm
Procedure for mounting the Monitor.
11 cm
CV
CV
CV
CV
CV
5
2
7
1
6
14,4 cm
1
3
CV
4
CV
1
2
2
3
3
4
8,1 cm 1,4 cm
4
5
5
6
6
1,4 cm
3
Procedure for removing the monitor.
1
3
5
CV
2
CV
7
CV
1
CV
6
CV
1
1
2
2
3
CV
4
CV
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
1
2
2
5
4
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Mounting the monitor on desktop base Art. 5712.
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
6
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
3
5
6
6
4
5
6
Installation instructions for optional card Art. 5733, Art. 5734 (for Bravo monitor only)
2
1
1
3
2
1
2
3
4
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5
4
5734 !
5
6
7
5734 !
6
3
5734
5734
1. Remove the bracket and optional card from their package.
2. Secure the optional card on the plastic support of the bracket
with the special screws.
1. Terminal block:
P3: Monitor Pushbutton 3 contact. *
C3: Monitor pushbutton 3 common contact*. Main common
contact from bracket (disconnect the wire to the bracket
connector to free all the common contacts).
P4: Monitor Pushbutton 4 contact. *
C4: Monitor pushbutton 4 common contact. *
+P5: Monitor pushbutton 5 contact for Art. 5733 *. LED 5
positive input for Art. 5734.
-C5: Monitor pushbutton 5 common contact for Art. 5733 *. LED
5 negative input for Art. 5734.
+P6: Monitor pushbutton 6 contact for Art. 5733 *. LED 6
positive input for Art. 5734.
-C6: Monitor pushbutton 6 common contact for Art. 5733 *. LED 6
negative input for Art. 5734.
2. Bracket male connector.
3. Female connector Art. 5733 or Art. 5734.
3. Connect the optional card female connector to the male
connector on the bracket.
4. Position the wires between the optional card and the bracket as
shown in the figure.
5. Fix the optional card to the connector on the back of the
monitor with the special screws.
6. Only for optional card Art. 5734: cut and remove monitor
pushbuttons 5 and 6.
7. Only for optional card Art. 5734: fit the transparent Pushbuttons
(included in the article package) in the positions of Pushbuttons
5 and 6 as shown in the figure.
* To use the Pushbutton as a C.NO. contact (24V-100mA max)
remove the wire to the bracket connector and free the
corresponding common contact.
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Fitting screens on Bravo monitors
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
4
3
2
1
1
2
1
2
3
7
4
5
1
6
5
2
3
4
5
6
6
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Description of Genius monitor Art. 5802 and user information
3
6
2
4
5
1
7
-+
The Genius monitor Art. 5802 (colour monitor) can be used as an
alternative to the Bravo monitor on bracket Art. 5714C and with
desktop base Art. 5712. For installation and wiring, refer to the
above products.
Accessories Art. 5733 and Art. 5734 for managing additional
pushbuttons and LEDs cannot be used in conjunction with the
Genius monitor.
1. 3-position ringtone selector:
Left position: Max. ringtone volume.
Middle position: Medium ringtone volume.
Right position: Low ringtone volume.
2. Door lock release pushbutton
.
3. Monitor handset (lift handset to start communication).
4. Standard pushbutton 1 (factory-set for call to switchboard) can
be used as an actuator control (see variant D on page 126) or
as free contact C. NO by removing jumpers CV3 and CV4
(reference on terminal board C1 P1 contact C.NO. max 24V
100mA, see SB2/AAF on page 125).
5. Standard pushbutton 2 (factory-set for Switch-on function).
6. 3.5’’ colour screen.
7. Brightness adjustment knob (turn clockwise to increase
brightness).
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Installation instructions for Genius indoor unit
Wall-mounting of bracket Art. 5714C with
4 expansion bolts.
145 cm
Installation of bracket Art. 5714C on civil series box
503 (Art. 4517).
1
2
Overall dimensions of the monitor.
10,3 cm
Procedure for mounting the Monitor.
10,1 cm
DIP
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
14,4 cm
8,1 cm 1,4 cm
1,4 cm
3
Procedure for removing the Monitor.
1
DIP
ON
1
2
2
5
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Mounting the monitor on desktop base Art. 5712.
1
2
6
3
4
5
6
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Technical specifications of mounting bracket Art. 5714C for Bravo and Genius monitors
8
10
2
1
6
7
9
4
3
5
1. Monitor-bracket connector.
2. System connection terminals:
+20 0V Connection terminals for Art. 1205/B or 1212/B.
L L Bus line connection terminals.
CFP CFP Landing call input.
P1 C1 Contacts for Pushbutton 1 used for various purposes.
To have a C.NO. contact (24V-100mA max), remove the
jumpers CV3 and CV4.
+S+ S- Terminals for call repetition device.
+LED -LED LED input terminals for various uses (Bravo
monitor only)
3. JP1 Jumper for setting bracket as Main or Secondary.
4. CN1 Connector for optional cards Art. 5733 and Art. 5734 (Bravo
monitor only).
5. CN2 Programming connector *.
6. S1 User code programming microswitches.
7. S2 Microswitches for programming pushbutton 1 (see variant D
on page 126).
8. CV1 CV2 CV7 Additional monitor power supply jumpers.
9. CV3 CV4 Jumper to free Pushbutton 1 (C. NO. contact 24V100mA max).
10. CV5 Video closing jumper.
* It is possible to personalise the pushbutton functions by
programming bracket Art. 5714C with hand-held programming
module Art. 1251/A; for details on programmable functions and on
how to program the monitor pushbuttons, see page 65.
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Description of Diva monitor Art. 4780, hands-free interphone Art. 4781 and user information
8
10
7
6
5
4
3
11
1
9
10
2
9
11
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
The Diva series hands-free video interphone Art. 4780 and handsfree audio interphone Art. 4781 are compatible with the monitors
from the following series: Bravo, Genius.
Mounting bracket Art. 4784 completes the internal unit and
determines the Simplebus Color wiring system.
1. Brightness control (turn clockwise to increase brightness)
(Art. 4780 only).
2. Call volume adjustment (turn to vary the intensity).
3. Door lock release pushbutton
.
4. Pushbutton to activate and deactivate the intercom after a call .
Once enabled (blue LED on) the conversation is in automatic
Speak/Listen mode.
5. Standard pushbutton (default-set for call to switchboard
function) can be used as an actuator control (see variant D on
page 126) (A).
6. Standard pushbutton (default-set for switch-on function) (A).
7. Pushbutton available as standard (factory setting for Actuator
function) (A) (B).
8. Pushbutton available as standard (factory setting for Privacy
function) (Privacy service means exclusion of the call from the
external unit and switchboard) (A).
9. Blue LED indicating speech function (the speech function is
active when the LED is on).
10. Red LED indicating internal extension engaged, Privacy or
Doctor services active, or, during communication, it indicates
the status of the conversation:
- off: calls from the external unit or from another intercom
device are heard on this monitor;
- on: calls from this monitor are heard on the external unit or
on another intercom device.
11. Hooking brackets.
(A)
(B)
Pushbuttons programmable with handheld Programmer
Art. 1251/A
Pushbuttons that can be freed
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Installation instructions for Diva audio-video internal unit Art. 4780
Overall dimensions of the monitor.
Installation of Art. 4780 on flush-mount box.
The civil 503 series box (Art. 4517) must be
horizontally wall-mounted.
95
=
17,5
11,5
=
127,5
mm
63
11,5
Ø
145 cm
17,5
74,5
503
260
1
2
Wall-mounting of monitor Art. 4780.
Procedure for mounting the Monitor.
145 cm
1
2
3
4
Procedure for removing the Monitor.
Mounting the Monitor on desktop base Art. 4782.
1
2
1
1
2
3
2
5
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Installation instructions for Diva audio internal unit Art. 4781
Overall dimensions of the monitor.
Installation of Art. 4781 on flush-mount box. The civil 503 series box
(Art. 4517) must be horizontally wall-mounted.
95
=
=
17,5
63 mm
145 cm
260
74,5 Ø 503
17,5
11,5
11,5
1
2
Wall-mounting of monitor Art. 4781.
Procedure for mounting the
Monitor.
Procedure for removing the
Monitor.
2
2
1
1
4
145 cm
4
3
3
3
2
2
1
1
3
4
5
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Technical specifications of mounting bracket Art. 4784 for Diva monitor
2
3
9
7
4
6
8
5
11
12
10
1. Monitor-bracket connector.
2. System connection terminals:
+20V 0V Connection terminals for Art. 1205/B or 1212/B.
L L Bus line connection terminals.
CFP CFP Landing call input.
P3 C3 Contacts for pushbutton 3 used for various functions (see
variant SB2/AAI on page 126).
To have a C.NO. contact (24V-100mA max), remove the
jumpers CV3 and CV4.
+S -S Terminals for call repeater device (see variant SB2/AAH
on page 125).
+LED -LED LED input terminals for various uses (see
SB2/AAH page 125).
3. JP1 Jumper for setting bracket as main or secondary.
4. CN2 Programming connector *.
5. S1 User code programming microswitches.
6. S2 Microswitches for various settings.
7. CV1 CV2 CV7 Additional monitor power supply jumpers or
Art. 4781 connection.
8. CV3 CV4 Jumper to free Pushbutton 3 (C. NO. contact 24V100mA max).
9. CV5 Video closing jumper.
10. TM1 Microphone volume.
11. TM2 Speaker volume.
12. TM3 Sensitivity of microphone for switching audio channels
(factory-set to ideal position).
* The pushbutton functions can be personalised by programming
bracket Art. 4784 with the handheld programmer Art. 1251/A; for
details on programmable functions and on how to program the
monitor pushbuttons, see page 65.
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Installation instructions for Style interphone Art. 2638, 2628, 2610 and 2618
1
95mm
1
47,5mm
4
2
75,5mm
2
215mm
1
1
1
1
3
2
Ø 5mm max
145 cm
2
1
4A
Ø 5mm max
4B
4C
2
1
5
6
Interchangeable cover available for Art. 2628, 2610 and 2618
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CH2
9
7
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Description of Style interphone Art. 2638 and user information
“Basic” interphone equipped as standard with landing call and call
repetition functions.
It is possible to fit up to three interphones with the same user code
in the same system. To programme the user code, set DIP switch
U2 as shown in the table on page 79.
Art. 2638 makes it possible to use the Switchboard Call or Actuator
functions on Simplebus2 or Simplebus color systems.
Fitted with branch terminal Art. 1214/2C.
4
1. Door lock release push button
.
2. Pushbutton P1 switchboard call / generic actuator / pushbutton
for various uses present on terminal block (P1 C1).
3. 3-position ringtone/Privacy service selector:
High position: Max. ringtone volume.
Middle position: Medium ringtone volume.
Low position: Privacy function activation
(Privacy service means exclusion of the call ringtone from the
external unit and switchboard; activation of this function is
signalled by a red indicator appearing at the top right).
4. Privacy function indicator.
5. System connection terminals:
L L Bus line connection.
CFP CFP landing call input (see variant A on page 123).
P1 C1 terminals for pushbutton P1 C. NO. 24V 100mA
dedicated to various services (remove CV1 and CV2).
S+ S- terminals for call repeater device (see variant SB2/AAK
on page 122).
6. JP2 jumper for selecting the Switchboard Call (position C) /
Generic Actuator (position A) function of pushbutton P1 (see
figure below).
7. CV1 CV2 jumper to be removed in order to have potentialfree C.NO. contact on pushbutton P1.
8. DIP switch U2 for setting user code (see page 79).
9. Microphone volume control trimmer.
3
1
2
JP2
9
8
5
6
7
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Description of Style interphone Art. 2628 and user information
“Elegance” interphone equipped as standard with Landing Call (see
variant A on page 123) and Call Repetition (see variant SB2/AAK on
page 122) functions. It is possible to fit up to three interphones with
the same user code in the same system.
To programme the user code, set DIP switch U2 as shown in the
table on page 79. The interphone can be used in either Simplebus1,
Simplebus2 or Simplebus Color systems. The unit is factory-set for
use in Simplebus2 or Simplebus Color systems. Art. 2628 makes it
possible to use the Actuator and Switchboard Call functions in
Simplebus1, Simplebus2 and Simplebus Color systems.
Fitted with branch terminal Art. 1214/2C.
functions (to be applied under the interchangeable cover) Fig. 7
page 45.
10. Interphone handset (lift the handset to start communication).
(A) Pushbutton available with optional card Art. 1626.
Display LED available with optional card Art. 1627.
Clean using a cloth moistened with water. Do not use
alcohol or other aggressive products.
14
13
1
2
4
8
5
3
6
2
11
3
4
12
5
6
7
8
1
7
7
9
9
10
11. System connection terminals.
L L bus line connection.
CFP CFP landing call input (see variant A on page 123).
P3 C3 terminals for pushbutton P3 C. NO. 24V 100mA
dedicated to various services.
S+ S- terminals for call repeater device (see variant SB2/AAK
on page 122).
12. JP1 Jumper for selection of Simplebus1 or Simplebus2 mode.
13. DIP switch U2 for setting user code (see page 79).
14. Microphone volume control trimmer.
1. 3-position ringtone/Privacy service selector:
High position: Max. ringtone volume.
Middle position: Medium ringtone volume.
Low position : Privacy function activation
(Privacy service means exclusion of the call ringtone from the
external unit and switchboard; activation of the Privacy function is
signalled by a red indicator appearing at the top right).
2. Privacy function indicator.
3. Pushbutton 1 available as standard for Generic Actuator function.
4. Door lock release pushbutton
5. Pushbutton 2 available as standard for switchboard call
function.
6. Pushbutton 3 for various uses present on terminal block (P3 C3).
7. Optional C.NO. or LED pushbuttons (MAX 3) for additional
functions (A).
8. Interchangeable cover Fig. 7 page 45.
9. Pushbutton memo label for indicating the interphone pushbutton
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Description of Style interphone Art. 2610 and user information
The “Elegance” interphone is equipped with a door lock release
pushbutton, indicator LED and two pushbuttons whose functions
can be set according to the system in which the unit is fitted.
To programme the user code, set DIP switch U2 as shown in the
table on page 79.
The unit is factory-set for use in Simplebus1 systems. To use
interphone Art. 2610 in Simplebus 2 and Simplebus Color systems,
see note below. Art. 2610 makes it possible to use the Doctor,
Actuator, automatic switch-on and Switchboard Call functions on
Simplebus1, Simplebus2 and Simplebus Color systems.
DIP switch U4 for assigning functions to each pushbutton should
be set as shown in the table on page 49.
Fitted with branch terminal Art. 1214/2C.
7. Optional pushbuttons C. NO. or LEDs (MAX 3) for additional
functions (A).
8. Interchangeable cover Fig. 7 page 45.
9. Pushbutton memo label for indicating the interphone pushbutton
functions (to be applied under the interchangeable cover) Fig. 7
page 45.
10. Interphone handset (lift the handset to start communication).
(A) Pushbutton available with optional card Art. 1626.
Display LED available with optional card Art. 1627.
Clean using a cloth moistened with water. Do not use
alcohol or other aggressive products.
1
16
2
14
4
8
15
6
5
3
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
13
9
7
9
11
10
12
1. 3-position ringtone/Privacy service selector:
High position: Max. ringtone volume.
Middle position: Medium ringtone volume.
Low position : Privacy function activation
(Privacy service means exclusion of the call ringtone from the
external unit and switchboard; activation of the Privacy function is
signalled by a red indicator appearing at the top right).
2. Privacy function indicator.
3. Indicator LED (available as standard).
4. Door lock release pushbutton
.
5. Pushbutton 1 available as standard (programmable with various
functions, see table on page 79. Factory-set for Generic
Actuator function).
6. Pushbutton 2 available as standard (can be freed - see variant
SB/X on page 128 - or programmed with various functions,
see table on page 79. Factory-set for Switchboard Call
function).
11. System connection terminals.
L L bus line connection.
CFP CFP Landing call input.
P2 C2 pushbutton P2 C terminals. NO. 24V 100mA dedicated to
various services (remove CV2 and CV3).
S+ S- Terminals for call repetition device.
12. JP1 Jumper for selection of Simplebus1 or Simplebus2 mode.
13. CV3 CV2 Jumper to be removed in order to have pushbutton
P2 C. NO.
14. DIP switch U2 for setting user code (see page 79).
15. DIP switch U4 for programming pushbuttons P1 and P2 (see
table on page 49).
16. Microphone volume control trimmer.
CAUTION !
TO USE INTERPHONE ART. 2610 IN SB2 OR SBC SYSTEMS (i.e. SYSTEMS WHICH USE
ART. 4896, 4888 or 4888C) JUMPER JP1 MUST BE MOVED TO POSITION S2
JP1
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Description of Style interphone Art. 2618 and user
information
6
7
8
U4
4
5
3
3
2
2
1
1
ON
P2
P1
The “Elegance” interphone is equipped with a door lock release
pushbutton, indicator LED and eight pushbuttons whose functions can
be set according to the system in which the unit is fitted. Interphone Art.
2618 can also be used in either intercommunicating networks or
directly on Simplebus1, Simplebus 2 or Simplebus Color system risers.
The unit is factory-set for use in Simplebus2 or Simplebus Color
systems. It is equipped as standard with Landing Call (see variant A
on page 123) and Call Repetition (see variant SB2/AAK on page
122) functions.
It is possible to fit up to three interphones with the same user code in
the same system. Art. 2618 makes it possible to use the Doctor,
Actuator, Automatic switch-on, Switchboard Call,
Intercommunicating Call and Group Call functions. To program the
pushbuttons with the various functions, see page 79.
NOT equipped with branch terminal Art. 1214/2C
4
9
DIP 1
DIP 2
DIP3
DIP 4
Function of
Function of
pushbutton P1 pushbutton P2
0
0
0
0
Generic
Actuator
1
0
0
0
Switchboard
Call
1
2
Switchboard
Call
6
5
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
4
9
Switchboard
Call
3
7
Generic
Actuator
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
8
9
11
10
Generic
Actuator
1
0
1
0
Doctor
Switchboard
Call
0
1
1
0
Doctor
Generic
Actuator
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
Switchboard
Call
Automatic
switch-on
1
1
0
1
Generic
Actuator
Automatic
switch-on
0
0
1
1
Doctor
Automatic
switch-on
1
0
1
1
Automatic
switch-on
0
1
1
1
Automatic
switch-on
Doctor
Doctor
1. 3-position ringtone/Privacy service selector:
High position: Max. ringtone volume.
Middle position: Medium ringtone volume.
Low position : Privacy function activation
(Privacy service means exclusion of the call ringtone from the
external unit and switchboard; activation of the Privacy function is
signalled by a red indicator appearing at the top right).
2. Privacy function indicator.
3. Indicator LED (available as standard) for Doctor, Busy or various
usages.
4. Door lock release pushbutton
.
5. Pushbutton available as standard (factory-set for Generic
Actuator function) (A).
6. Pushbutton available as standard (factory-set for Switchboard
Call function) (A).
7. Pushbuttons available as standard (not programmed) (A)
8. Pushbuttons available as standard (not programmed) (A) (B)
9. Interchangeable cover (Fig. 7 page 45).
10. Pushbutton memo label for marking pushbutton functions (to be
affixed under the interchangeable cover as shown in figure 7,
page 45)
11. Interphone handset (lift the handset to start communication).
(A)
(B)
Pushbuttons programmable with handheld Programmer
Art. 1251/A.
Pushbuttons that can be freed.
Clean using a cloth moistened with water. Do not use
alcohol or other aggressive products.
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Okay surface wall-mounted interphone for mixed
systems Art. 2428W/A
+
C
MI
21
5
6
20
22
4
12
-
14
+
3
15
1
2
18
13
19
17
16
12. System connection terminals:
L L bus line connection.
CFP CFP Landing call input.
LED+ LED- LED input terminals for various uses.
S+ S- Terminals for call repetition device.
13. JP1 Jumper for selecting Simplebus or Simplebus2 mode.
14. CV6 Jumper to close the video signal.
15. CV4 CV5 Jumper for various uses of the indicator LED (see
variant SB/AAA on page 127).
16. CP9 CC9 Jumpers to be removed in order to have
pushbutton P9 C. NO.
17. P9 C9 terminals for pushbutton P9 C. NO. 24V 100mA
dedicated to various services (remove CP9 and CC9)
18. CP8 CC8 Jumper to be removed to have pushbutton P8 C. NO.
19. P8 C8 terminals for pushbutton P8 C8. NO. 24V 100mA
dedicated to various services (remove CP8 and CC8)
20. DIP switch U2 for setting user code (see page 79).
21. Microphone volume control trimmer.
22. Connector for Hand-held Programmer Art. 1251/A.
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2-wire digital interphone with adjustable volume electronic
ringtone, conversation privacy, speech button on base, door lock
release pushbutton and Switchboard Call or free pushbutton
(C.NO.), complete with 8-position DIP-switch for selecting the
desired user code.
Allows management of landing call. Interphone to be used in
mixed audio/video systems (Simplebus 1 and Simplebus 2) or in
audio systems when the call repetition function is required.
Fitted with branch terminal Art. 1214/2C.
Dimensions: 85x223x65 mm.
Technical specifications:
1. Door lock release pushbutton.
2. Switchboard Call pushbutton/pushbutton for various uses on
terminal block (P1 C1).
3. System connection terminals:
L L Bus line connection.
CFP CFP Landing call input.
P1 C1 pushbutton normally dedicated to various services.
To have a clean contact (C.NO.) cut jumpers CV2 and CV3.
S+ S- terminals for connecting a call repetition device.
4. DIP switch for setting user code.
5. Microphone volume control trimmer.
6. Ringtone volume control trimmer.
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Okay wall-mounted interphone with privacy / doctor
function Art. 2410W/2B
+
C
MI
+
5
6
9
8
12
7
10
11
7
Table 1
DIP 4
DIP 3
DIP 2
DIP 1 Pushbutton 2 Pushbutton 3
0
0
0
0
Call
Privacy
0
0
0
1
Call
Doctor
0
0
1
0
Generic
Privacy
0
0
1
1
Generic
Doctor
0
1
0
0
Generic
0
1
0
1
Generic
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
Call
Generic
Okay wall-mounted interphone for intercommunicating service Art. 2418W
1
2
3
4
2-wire digital interphone with adjustable-volume electronic ringtone,
conversation privacy, speech button on the base, door lock release
pushbutton, Switchboard Call or free pushbutton (C/N.O), switch
and LED for privacy or doctor service (automatic lock release
following a call).
Complete with 8-position DIP switch for selecting the desired user
code. Allows handling of landing calls. Interphone to be used in
Simplebus 1, Simplebus 2 or Simplebus Color mixed audio/video
systems.
Fitted with branch terminal Art. 1214/2C.
Dimensions: 85x223x65 mm.
Technical specifications:
1. Door lock release pushbutton.
2. Pushbutton 2 (see Table 1 for programmable functions)
/pushbutton for various uses on terminal block (P1 C1).
3. Pushbutton 3 (see Table 1 for programmable functions).
4. Privacy/Busy activation indicator LED
5. Microphone volume control trimmer.
6. Ringtone volume control trimmer.
7. System connection terminals.
L L bus line connection.
CFP CFP landing call input.
P1 C1 pushbutton normally dedicated to various services.
To have a clean NO contact, cut jumpers CV2 and CV3.
S+ S- terminals for call repetition device.
L+ L- terminals for power supply to LED
8. DIP switch S1 for setting user code.
9. Jumper CV2
10. Jumper CV3
11. DIP switch S2 for setting pushbutton functions (see Table 1).
12. CV4 and CV5 jumpers to be cut if the LED is powered
separately.
2-wire digital interphone with adjustable-volume electronic ringtone,
conversation privacy, speech button on base, door lock release
pushbutton and Switchboard Call or free pushbutton (C.NO).
Also has 5 additional pushbuttons and a LED for the
intercommunicating function.
To programme the intercommunicating code, use hand-held
programming module Art. 1251/A.
Complete with 8-position DIP switch for selecting the desired user
code. Allows management of landing call.
Interphone to be used in combination with interface Art. 4897,
supplied by transformer Art. 1195, in audio or mixed audio/video
systems (Simplebus 1 and Simplebus 2) when the intercom function
is required. When used in mixed audio/video systems, the
interphone needs terminal art. 1214/2C, to be purchased
separately. Dimensions: 85x223x65 mm.
Description of pushbutton functions
As well as disabling the interphone ringtone like the Privacy
function, the Doctor function allows automatic operation of the door
lock release when a call is made to the user code of the interphone
from the external unit. To enable or disable the Doctor function,
press push button 1 on the interphone for 2 seconds; selection of
the enabled state is also indicated by the illumination of the indicator
LED. If several users share the same user code, set the Doctor
function on just one of the devices enabled for this function.
The Actuator Control or Addressed Actuator function enables you
to use accessories Art. 1256 or 1259C; set these functions only if
the aforementioned accessories are present and correctly set.
To set Art. 1256 or Art. 1259C to be activated in response to
actuator control, see page 53. The Switchboard Call function
makes it possible to call porter switchboard Art. 1998A in systems
equipped with a switchboard. In systems not equipped with
switchboard Art. 1998A, the same Switchboard Call function can be
used to activate the relay on Art. 1256. To set the actuator relay
module Art. 1256 so that it activates in response to a switchboard
call, see page 52.
The automatic switch-on function enables you to communicate
with an external unit without first receiving a call from it. It works
only when the system is free, otherwise the indicator LED flashes.
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ACCESSORIES
Relay module Art. 1256
Art. 1256 provides the following six functions depending on
the position of jumper JP1:
Intelligent device for controlling a 10A relay (fitted) for general uses.
Fit a maximum of 10 actuator relay modules Art. 1256 on the
outgoing bus line to an audio/video external unit. Fit a maximum of
30 actuator relay modules Art. 1256 on the outgoing bus line to a
mixer/power supply unit Art 4888C.
Art. 1256, is factory-set to for use on Simplebus2 and Simplebus
Color systems upstream of Art. 4888C.
To use the Actuator Relay Module in Simplebus2 systems
downstream of Art. 4888C:
1) move jumper JP2 to position 2
2) move jumper JP3 to position 2
3) move jumper JP4 to position 2
2
JP4
1
2
2
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JP2
1
JP3
1
A) Call repetition function.
To activate this function, set jumper JP1 as shown in figure 1.
The relay is operated by closing the C.NO contact in response to
a call from the switchboard, external unit or landing; this happens
only if the user code of which you want to repeat the call is set by
means of the DIP switch.
JP1
In response to a call from the external unit and
from the landing, the relay closes once only.
In response to a call from the switchboard, the
relay closes twice. Intercommunicating calls are
not repeated.
The actuator relay module can also be used
alone, if you want to close the C.NO contact Fig. 1
rather than repeat the call to an apartment when
the external unit calls the user code set on Art. 1256.
The closure time of the relay is set to approximately 2 sec.
For setting the user code by means of the DIP switch, see
page 79.
For correct fitting of Art. 1256 in the system, see diagram
SB2/MBC on page 109.
B) Activation function on switchboard call pushbutton.
To activate this function, set jumper JP1 as shown in figure 2.
For use only with systems not equipped with switchboard
Art. 1998A.
The relay is operated by closing the C.NO
JP1
contact in response to a switchboard call sent
by an interphone or video interphone.
The closure time of the relay can be
programmed by means of the DIP switch (see
table A on page 53). The function can be used
only when the system is free.
Fig. 2
For correct fitting of Art. 1256 within the system
see diagrams:
SB2/MBC-SB2/NC- SB/GC.
C) External Unit Light function / Stair Light function.
To activate this function, set jumper JP1 as
JP1
shown in figure 3.
The relay is operated by closing the C.NO
contact in response to a call from an external
unit or internal switch-on from a video
interphone.
The closure time of the relay can be
programmed by means of the DIP switch (see Fig. 3
table A on page 53).
For correct fitting of Art. 1256 within the system see diagrams:
SB2/MBC-SB2/NC- SB/GC.
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D) Bottom of Stairs Door Opening function
JP1
(without external unit).
To activate this function, set jumper JP1 as shown
in figure 4.
The relay is activated when the door lock
release pushbutton is pressed, if the user code
of the interphone or video interphone from which
the command was sent falls within the range Fig. 4
defined using the DIP switch (see table B adjacent).
The closure time of the relay is set to approximately 2 sec.
For correct fitting of Art.1256 within the system see diagram
SB2V/EN/155GC on page 112.
Table A:
programming relay closure time for functions B, C and E
DIP
switches
ON
Relay
closure
time
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
4
8
16
32
sec. sec. sec. sec. sec. sec.
7
8
2 min.
1 min.
e
e
10
5 sec.
sec.
Table B:
programming range for function D
E) Activation function on Actuator pushbutton.
To activate this function, set jumper JP1 as shown in figure 5.
The relay is operated by closing the C.NO contact in response to
a Generic Actuator call sent by an interphone or video interphone.
The closure time of the relay can be programmed by means of
the DIP switch (see table A adjacent).
JP1
The function can be used at all times except when
a conversation is in progress from an interphone
or video interphone other than your own.
All modules Art. 1256 set for use with this
function are activated simultaneously when the
pushbutton on the internal unit is pressed.
For programming of the interphone or video
Fig. 5
interphone pushbuttons, see page 79.
For correct fitting of Art.1256 within the system, see diagrams:
SB2/MBC-SB2/NC- SB/GC.
DIP
switches
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Enabled
codes
1
÷
30
31
÷
60
61
÷
90
91
÷
120
121
÷
150
151
÷
180
181
÷
210
211
÷
240
F) Activation function on Actuator pushbutton with code.
To activate this function, set jumper JP1 as shown in figure 6.
The relay is operated by closing the C.NO contact if the
pushbutton pressed on the interphone or video interphone has
been programmed to send the actuator call with the code of the
actuator in question.
JP1
The closure time of the relay is set to approximately 2 sec.
The function can be used at all times except
when a conversation is in progress from an
interphone or video interphone other than your
own.
For setting the user code with the DIP switch Fig. 6
see page 79.
To programme the pushbuttons of the interphone or video
interphone use Art. 1251/A. For correct fitting of Art.1256 within
the system, see diagrams:
SB2/MBC-SB2/NC- SB/GC.
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Simplebus remote camera switcher Art. 1259C
This accessory in the Simplebus range allows modulation and
transmission of the video signal from 3 colour cameras which can
be viewed cyclically on the monitor, together with the image from
the external unit.
Art. 1259C can be used in Simplebus2 and Simplebus Color
systems upstream of Art. 4888C.
Operation
With the monitor switched on, sequential switching of the TV
cameras can be activated from the video interphone by means of
function keys that depend on the type of system and the
programming of module 1259C using the 8-way microswitch (S1) as
described below. Sequential switching can also be activated using a
clean contact (C.NO.) connected to the INA – GND input as per
diagram SB2V/017GC on page 107.
Sequential switching of the cameras is also possible in audio mode.
Each time the actuator pushbutton on the monitor or the manual
contact is pressed, a camera is activated in sequence as shown in
Figure 1:
(hypothesis of 3 cameras connected).
External
unit
1st Camera
2nd Camera
3rd Camera
Figure 1: Sequential switching of cameras
1
3
4
Programming the number of cameras connected
The module has 3 coax video inputs to which the cameras must be
connected, occupying the terminals in the first free position starting
from the bottom. Select the number of cameras connected by
means of switches 7 and 8 of selector S1 as shown in Table 1.
DIP 7
DIP 8
0
0
DIP-SWITCH
0 Cameras
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
8
7
8
7
8
DIP-SWITCH
1 Camera
1
0
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
DIP-SWITCH
2 Cameras
1. Terminal block MR2 for system connection:
V1 S1 Coax input camera 1
V2 S2 Coax input camera 2
V3 S3 Coax input camera 3
IN A Camera module external control contact
GND Common contact
2. Terminal block MR1 for system connection
L OUT L OUT Bus line output
L IN L IN Bus line input
~- ~+ 12Vac 20Vdc power supply input
3. TRIMMER P1 Controls frequency of video signal modulation
(factory set to optimum setting: do not adjust)
4. TRIMMER P2 Control amplitude of modulated video signal
(factory-set to optimum setting: do not adjust)
5. Programming microswitches S1
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0
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
DIP-SWITCH
3 cameras
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
Table 1: programming the numer of cameras
1. Generic actuator mode
N.B. Before programming the module, see Table 3:
Compatibility of 1259C.
Use the Generic Actuator function on a pushbutton of the BRAVO
video interphone to control module 1259C.
On Art. 5714C, the Generic Actuator control is factory set for use on
pushbuttons 3, 4 and 5 of video interphones equipped with
Art. 5733 (optional pushbuttons module) or by setting one of the
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Art. 1251/A.
DIP-SWITCH
In this mode, with the video interphone
monitor switched on, it is possible to
cycle through all the connected
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
cameras by repeatedly pressing the
Figure 2: Setting
Generic Actuator pushbutton.
for generic actuator
Microswitch “S1” must be set as shown
in Figure 2.
1259C. At this point, each time a control pushbutton is pressed (see
previous modes) or each time the manual contact is closed, a
camera is activated in sequence as shown in Figure 4 (hypothesis
of 3 cameras connected).
1st
Camera
2nd
Camera
3rd
Camera
Figure 4: Sequential switching of cameras in switchboard mode
2. Actuator with code mode
N.B. Before programming the module, see Table 3:
Compatibility of 1259C.
In this mode, module 1259C can be controlled by means of an
actuator pushbutton with code.
DIP-SWITCH
To activate the function, programme
the pushbutton on the Bravo bracket
by means of hand-held programming
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
module 1251/A and set selector “S1”
Figure 3: Example of setting
as shown in Table 2.
on Art. 1259C for control
In this mode, with the video interphone address
by means of actuator code 224.
monitor switched on, by repeatedly
pressing the actuator with code
pushbutton, it is possible ONLY to cycle through the cameras
connected to module 1259C with the corresponding address. In the
same system, it is possible to install up to 8 1259C modules with
8 different codes.
Generic actuator
Actuator
Generic actuator
with code mode
Compatibility
with 1256
No, of 1256s
in operation “E”
No. of 1256s in operation “F”
with codes
between 220 and 227
Compatibility
with 1259C
No other
1259C
Only 1259C
in mode 2
with 8 different codes
Table 3: Compatibility of 1259C with 1256 or other 1259Cs.
Correspondence of 1259C address –
actuator with code on bracket
DIP 1 DIP 2 DIP 3 DIP 4 DIP 5 DIP 6
1259C
ADDRESS
Actuator code on bracket
5714C or 5714/CI
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
220
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
221
1
0
0
1
0
0
2
222
1
0
1
1
0
0
3
223
1
0
0
0
1
0
4
224
1
0
1
0
1
0
5
225
1
0
0
1
1
0
6
226
1
0
1
1
1
0
7
227
Table 2: Programming in actuator with code mode
The two operating modes described above are alternatives.
3. Mode with switchboard 1998A
In parallel to one of the modes described above, it is possible to
activate the module by means of a Video Call from the switchboard.
The “switchboard” function is made available by connecting the INAGND contact to the OUT-OUT terminals of Art. 1998A as shown in
diagram SB2V/018GC on page 108.
N.B. The remote camera module must be connected to the
outgoing Bus line from terminals LM-LM of the switchboard.
Set the switchboard to video mode before making the call.
Each time a video call is made from the switchboard, the monitor
will switch on as soon as the handset is lifted, and the image
displayed will be the one from the first camera connected to module
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PORTER SWITCHBOARD ART. 1998A
1) Introduction
Information shown on the display and key functions
1
2
3
4
The system is able to manage:
A
• audio/video systems with a maximum of 240 users and 10 main
inputs (see diagrams SB2V/EN/103GC, SB2V/EN/220GC,
SB2V/018GC).
• Call transfer from an external unit to internal extensions.
• Intercom between two internal extensions, even of different risers.
• A maximum of 10 unanswered calls.
• Putting a call on hold from an internal extension or from an
external unit.
5
5
2
6
3
7
▲
▲
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
▲
56
1
4
ESC
OK
MENU
CANC
A/V
✷❨
1
2
3
14
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
15
7
8
9
16
TUV
WXYZ
0
#
17
PQRS
ABC
▲
ON/OFF
8
9
10
11
12
13
DEF
MNO
Figure 1
Legend:
Information shown on the display
1 A Audio mode
V Video mode
2 (—-) Indicates the number of unanswered calls in DAY mode or
the word “NIGHT” is displayed in NIGHT mode.
3 AUTO Indicates operation of the switchboard in AUTO mode
(only displayed during operation in DAY mode).
4 14:40 Current time.
5
Indication of unanswered calls in night mode.
6 WED 12/03/2007 Current date.
▲
Key functions
1
Speed numbers.
Shift to left and display of unanswered calls.
2
3
Shift to right and display of unanswered calls.
4 ESC Exit menus.
5 OK Confirm programming.
6 CANC Cancel.
7 A/V Setting AUDIO/VIDEO mode on sending of calls.
8 ▲ Scrolling the directory.
9 ▼Scrolling the directory.
10
Entering names in the personal directory.
11 MENU Access to menus.
12 ON/OFF Hold down for 2 secs.
13
Setting DAY/NIGHT mode.
14
Call.
15
Door lock release.
16
Transfer of a call from external unit or intercom.
17
Putting a call on hold/resuming a call.
▲
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The system is fitted with:
• Backlit LCD display showing the current date and time, any
unanswered calls, and the current operating mode.
• Personal directory with a maximum capacity of 400 names and
manual input using either an alphanumeric keypad or by
downloading from a PC using the dedicated software Art.1249/A.
• Internal clock with buffer battery.
• 8 speed numbers for rapid calls.
• 3-level ringtone volume control (MAX – MIN – OFF).
• “TRANSFER” key to send a call from the external unit or to
provide the intercom function between internal extensions.
• ”MENU” button to access programming/settings
• DAY mode to intercept all calls passing through the bus.
• NIGHT mode:
- Calls from an external unit and those from internal extensions
addressed to the switchboard (code 240) are intercepted by the
system
- Other external calls transit directly over the bus without any
intervention by the system.
• DAY/NIGHT automatic function to manage the change-over
from DAY to NIGHT automatically according to 4 time bands
defined by the user, with the possibility of programming the
operating mode of the system for each day of the week.
• Free contact activated during the ringtone to connect any call
repeater modules (see terminals CH – CH in Figure 2 on
page 57).
• Display of the name of the person called if this is memorised in
the directory.
(---) AUTO 14:40
WED 12/03/07
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Description of terminal block
Figure 2
Legend:
24 VA
0 VA
LP LP
LM LM
CH CH
OUT OUT
24V AC power supply
0V AC power supply
Incoming data line from external unit.
Data line to risers.
Free contact for call repetition.
N.O. contact which closes, sending
a call from the switchboard to an internal unit.
IN IN
TX RX
GND —
N.O. contact for special functions.
RS232 serial. Connect to a PC to download a personal
directory using software Art. 1249/A.
GROUND serial RS232. Connect to Art. 1249/A
to download a personal directory from a PC.
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2) Settings
• CHANGING THE DATE
The switchboard date can be changed as follows:
• CHANGING THE LANGUAGE
The language can be set by selecting from the following:
1 - Italian (DEFAULT)
2 - English
3 - French
4 - German
5 - Portuguese
6 - Dutch
7 - Danish
8 - Finnish
9 - Spanish
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A NIGHT 21:40
MON 00/00/00
Press MENU button 1-
CHANGE TIME
2-CHANGE DATE
The possible options
are displayed.
SET DATE:
00:00
The highlighted digit
flashes
Press the key
2
ABC
to delect the desired option
(CHANGE DATE)
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A NIGHT 21:40
WED 12/03/07
Press MENU button 1-
CHANGE TIME
2-CHANGE DATE
Use the
keys
to select the desired menu.
5-CHANGE
LANGUAGE
DESCRIPTION
The possible options
are displayed.
Change the date using
the alphanumeric keypad and
the key .
EXAMPLE: 12/03/07 press
1
2
ABC
0
3
0
PQRS
DEF
SET DATE:
12/03/07
7
Press OK
to confirm the entry.
ENTER A DAY:
MON
Press
until the display shows
the desired day
ENTER A DAY:
TUE
Press OK
to confirm the entry.
A NIGHT 21:40
WED 12/03/07
Press the key
✸ 1-ITALIAN
2-ENGLISH
5
JKL
The asterisk indicates
the selected language
key to select the required option
(CHANGE LANGUAGE)
Scroll the list with the
keys
To select the
desired language press
the corresponding key.
EXAMPLE: ENGLISH
Press
1-ITALIAN
✸ 2-ENGLISH
3) Programming
2
• SPEED NUMBERS
These allow an internal extension to be called directly by pressing the key
associated with the address of the person called.
To memorise the the speed number, carry out the following operations:
ABC
Press ESC
5-CHANGE
LANGUAGE
Press ESC
A NIGHT 21:40
WED 12/03/07
• CHANGING THE TIME
The time of the switchboard can be changed as follows:
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A NIGHT 00:00
MON 00/00/00
Press MENU key
1-CHANGE TIME
2-CHANGE TIME
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A NIGHT 21:40
WED 12/03/07
EXAMPLE: you want to memorise code 44 as SPEED NUMBER 02.
Press MENU button 1-
CHANGE TIME
2-CHANGE DATE
Use the
keys to select
to select the desired menu.
4-SAVE
SPEED NUMBERS
DESCRIPTION
The display shows the
possible options.
Press
The highlighted digit
flashes
to select the desired option
(SAVE
SPEED NUMBERS)
4
SET TIME:
00:00
to delect the desired option
option(CHANGE TIME)
Change the time using
the alphanumeric keypad
and the key.
EXAMPLE: 21:40 press
2
ABC
1
4
GHI
The default code is 000
Press OK to go to
the next speed number
SPEED NUMBER 02:
CODICE:000
The default code is 000
Press twice
SPEED NUMBER 02:
CODE:044
Press OK
to confirm
entry.
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SET TIME:
21:40
4
GHI
A NIGHT 21:40
MON 00/00/00
Press ESC to exit
programming mode.
Or
Press OK
to go to
the next speed number.
0
58
The set time is
kept by means of a buffer
battery even in
the event of power failure.
The possible options
are displayed.
SPEED NUMBER 01:
CODE:000
GHI
Press the key
1
DESCRIPTION
A NIGHT 21:40
WED 12/03/07
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• PERSONAL DIRECTORY
The system has a personal directory which can hold up to 400 names with a
maximum of 16 alphanumeric characters each. A code corresponding to the
required internal extension must be associated with each name.
You can enter names in the directory either manually or by downloading a
database from a PC using Art. 1249/A.
MANUAL ENTRY
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A NIGHT 21:40
WED 12/03/07
DESCRIPTION
• AUTO MODE
The system can be set to switch automatically from DAY mode to NIGHT mode at
established times which can be programmed by the user. A maximum of four times
can be set. These times allow the day to be divided into time bands during which the
system operates in DAY mode or NIGHT mode.
It is extremely important to set the times for switching from one mode to another
correctly;
TIME 1: determines the first mode switch: from NIGHT mode to DAY mode
TIME 2: determines the second mode switch: from DAY mode to NIGHT mode
TIME 3: determines the third mode switch: from NIGHT mode to DAY mode
TIME 4: determines the fourth mode switch: from DAY mode to NIGHT mode
EXAMPLE:
EXAMPLE: you want to memorise the name AB with code 001
NIGHT MODE
Press
DAY MODE
NIGHT MODE
DAY MODE
NIGHT MODE
ENTER NAME:
_
Press
2
ABC
ENTER NAME:
A_
until the
desired letter is displayed.
CANC to cancel
a character
to insert a space
to return to the previous
character
Press the key
2
ABC
ENTER NAME:
AB_
until the
desired letter is displayed.
Press OK
to confirm
entry of the name.
ENTER
CODE
Press
ENTER
CODE:001
1
Press OK
to confirm entry
of the code.
You can now enter
a new name.
Press ESC to exit.
00:00
TIME 1
TIME 2
TIME 3
TIME 4
24:00
All 4 TIMES must be set (as shown in the following example) even though only 2
switchovers are needed:
EXAMPLE:
You want to configure the switchboard with the following parameters:
00:00 – 07:00 Day mode operation
07:00 – 24:00 Night mode operation
TIME 1: 00:00 NIGHT / DAY
TIME 2: 07:00 DAY / NIGHT
TIME 3: 24:00 NIGHT / DAY
TIME 4: 24:00 DAY /NIGHT
You can also decide to organise the week by selecting these three operating modes
for each day:
- AUTO: the system switches from DAY mode to NIGHT mode at the programmed
times.
It is not possible to set different time bands for the different days in which the
system operates in AUTO mode.
- NIGHT: the system is in this mode for the whole day.
- DAY: the system is in this mode for the whole day.
STORING
IN MEMORY…
Followed by:
ENTER NAME:
_
ENTRY BY MEANS OF A PC
You can enter names in the directory by downloading them from a PC using
Art.1249/A. To perform this operation, activate the download function from the menu,
connect the switchboard to the PC via the relevant serial cable, and start the
download software.
CAUTION: it is important to activate the function only when you want to download
the names from a PC. To disable it, the switchboard must be turned off by means
of the ON/OFF key.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A
(—-) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
Press MENU
1-CHANGE TIME
2-CHANGE DATE
Using the
keys, select
to select the desired menu.
6-DOWNLOAD
NAMES FROM PC
ACTIVATING/DISABLING AUTO MODE
OPERATION
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A
ACTIVE
6
MNO
to select the desired
option.
(DOWNLOAD
NAMES FROM PC)
Press ESC
Followed by:
6-DOWNLOAD
NAMES FROM PC
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
Press MENU button
1-CHANGE TIME
2-CHANGE DATE
Use the
keys
to select the desired menu.
3- DAY NIGHT
AUTOMATIC
DESCRIPTION
The display shows
are displayed.
DESCRIPTION
If the service is already active
the display shows the word
AUTO in DAY mode.
The possible options
are displayed.
Press the key
3
DEF
Press SERVICE
DISPLAY
N.B: If you decide not to
download the names
once the service is active
it is necessary to
deactivate it by switching
off the switchboard.
You can now proceed
to download the
names using Art. 1249/A.
The service is automatically
disabled on completion
of the download.
to select the desired
option. (AUTOMATIC DAY
NIGHT)
Press
1
to select the desired
option (ON/OFF).
1-ON/OFF
2-SET TIME
SERVICE
ACTIVE
DAY/NIGHT mode is
activated automatically
Or:
SERVICE
DISABLED
Followed by:
To exit press
ESC.
1-ON/OFF
2-SET TIMES
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4) OPERATION
SETTING TIMES IN AUTO MODE
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A NIGHT 21:40
WED 12/03/07
The system can be set
even if AUTO mode
is disabled.
Press MENU button 1
CHANGE TIME
2-CHANGE DATE
The possible options
are displayed.
Use the
keys
to select the desired menu.
3- DAY NIGHT
AUTOMATIC
• DAY MODE
In DAY mode (see Figure 1 key 13 on page 56), the system intercepts all calls
from both external and internal units. On stand-by, the display shows the following
information:
SWITCHBOARD ON DAY
SWITCHBOARD ON AUDIO
A
(—-) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
Press the key
3
DEF
to select the desired
option. (AUTOMATIC DAY
NIGHT)
1-ON/OFF
2-SET TIME
Press
TIME 01:
00:00
2
ABC
to select the desired
option. (SETTING THE TIME)
Press OK to
confirm the entry.
To go to the next time
press OK.
To exit, press ESC.
00:00 is the default time.
The highlighted digit flashes.
To set the time, see
CHANGING THE TIME
in chapter 2.
• NIGHT MODE
In NIGHT mode (see Figure 1 key 13 on page 56), the system only intercepts calls
from external units if they are addressed to the switchboard (code 240). External
calls to other addresses are forwarded without the system intervening, but are
shown on the display.
Incoming calls from internal extensions are all managed normally.
In standby, the display shows the following information:
SWITCHBOARD ON NIGHT
TIME 02:
00:00
SWITCHBOARD ON AUDIO
PROGRAMMING THE WEEK
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A NIGHT 21:40
WED 12/03/07
Press MENU’
1-CHANGE TIME
2-CHANGE DATE
Use the
keys
to select the desired menu.
3- DAY NIGHT
AUTOMATIC
DESCRIPTION
A NIGHT 21:40
WED 12/03/07
• MANUAL SWITCHING TO DAY/NIGHT
✴
To switch manually between DAY and NIGHT, press key
key 13 on page 56).
The mode set is shown on the display.
❨
(see Figure 1
✴ ❨
CAUTION: press
to disable automatic DAY/NIGHT mode switching.
Press the key
3
DEF
to select the desired option.
(AUTOMATIC DAY
NIGHT)
Press
• MANAGING A CALL MADE FROM AN EXTERNAL UNIT WITHOUT
TRANSFER
1-ON/OFF
2-SET TIME
DAY MODE
3-PROGRAMME
WEEK
OPERATION
Starting condition:
the system is set
to DAY
Press the key
3
DEF
to select the desired
option.
(PROGRAMME WEEK)
Press
to select one of the
3 operating modes
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A
DESCRIPTION
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
EXAMPLE: A call is made from an external unit to internal extension 002.
MONDAY
MODE: DAY
Press OK
to confirm your selection.
To go to the next day
press OK.
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MONDAY
MODE: AUTO
DISPLAY
CALL FOR
INTERNAL UNIT 002
Repeat the same operations
for each day of the
week. exit the menu
press ESC.
TUESDAY
MODE: AUTO
IMPORTANT: the days
programmed to operate
in AUTO mode
will all have
the same time bands set
in the section “Setting
times in auto mode”
Lift the receiver.
The switchboard hangs up.
Or
the communication ends
due to time-out (MAX 3 min).
COMMUNICATING
WITH EXTERNAL UNIT
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
The switchboard rings.
The display show the name
of the person called if
a name with code 002
is stored in the directory.
Contact CH-CH
closes for 1 sec.
The switchboard goes
into communication
with the external unit.
The conversation
ends.
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• CALL TO AN INTERNAL EXTENSION
NIGHT MODE
OPERATION
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
the system is set
to NIGHT
A NIGHT 21:40
WED 12/03/07
DESCRIPTION
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A
DESCRIPTION
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
EXAMPLE: You want to call extension 2.
Call made by entering the code manually.
EXAMPLE: A call arrives addressed to the switchboard (CODE=240).
CALL FOR
SWITCHBOARD
Lift the receiver.
DISPLAY
COMMUNICATING
WITH EXTERNAL UNIT
The switchboard hangs up.
Or
The communication ends
due to time-out (MAX 3 min).
A NIGHT 21:40
WED 12/03/07
The switchboard rings.
Contact CH-CH
closes for 1 sec.
The switchboard goes
into communication
with the external unit.
The conversation
is ended.
Press
USER:002
TO CALL
2
ABC
Call made by retrieving the user from the personal directory.
Scroll the list of user names
with the
keys.
N.B: To scroll
faster
keep the key pressed.
YYY
CODE:002
Call
successful. You can
cancel the call
by pressing CANC.
CALLED
USER 002
Press
• MANAGING A CALL MADE FROM AN INTERNAL EXTENSION
OPERATION
Starting condition:
stand-by.
DISPLAY
A
The switchboard rings.
The CH-CH contact is closed
for 1 sec.
The display show the name
in place of the code
if the directory contains
a name with code 002.
You can refuse
the call
by pressing CANC.
The switchboard goes into
communication with the
internal extension.
COMMUNICATING
WITH USER 002
If the internal extension has
the handset hung up:
CALL FROM
USER 002
The switchboard hangs up.
Or
The communication ends
due to time-out (MAX 3 min).
Or
The internal extension
hangs up.
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
USER
BUSY
The switchboard hangs up.
Or
The communication ends
due to time-out (MAX 3 min).
Or
The internal extension hangs up.
COMMUNICATING
WITH USER 002
A
A return call is sent
to the caller.
When the user lifts
the handset or switches on
the audio,
goes into communication
with the switchboard.
The system is busy.
The switchboard goes into
communication
with the internal unit.
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
The conversation
is ended.
• CALL TRANSFER FROM AN EXTERNAL UNIT
OPERATION
Lift the receiver.
Call
unsuccessful.
Or
The user lifts the handset
or activates the audio.
EXAMPLE: A call arrives from internal extension 2.
If the internal extension has
the audio switched on:
USER 002
NOT AVAILABLE
DESCRIPTION
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
CALLED BY
USER 002
to call the selected
user.
Or
Starting condition:
the system is set
to DAY
N.B: The same operations
are also performed with the
switchboard in NIGHT mode
DISPLAY
A
DESCRIPTION
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
EXAMPLE: A call comes in from an external unit to internal extension 2.
N.B: on NIGHT the switchboard only intercepts calls from the external unit with code 240.
The conversation
is ended.
CALL FOR
USER 002
The switchboard rings.
The display shows the name
of the person called if there is
a name in the directory
with code 002.
Lift the receiver.
COMMUNICATING
WITH EXTERNAL UNIT
The switchboard goes
into communication
with the external unit.
Press
CALL FOR
USER 002
The external unit is on hold.
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OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
The call can be made
automatically to the address
called by the external unit.
Press
CALLED
USER 002
Call
successful.
• INTERCOM BETWEEN INTERNAL EXTENSIONS
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A
DESCRIPTION
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
Or
EXAMPLE: A call from internal extension 2 arrives or the switchboard calls internal extension 2.
USER 002
NOT AVAILABLE
N.B: You can change
the address of the user
called by keying in
the code manually
or retrieving it
from the directory.
Call
unsuccesful.
If the call is from
internal extension 2:
Or
USER
BUSY
CALL FROM
USER 002
The system is busy.
If the switchboard
calls internal extension 2:
The switchboard rings.
The display shows
the name in place of the code
if the directory contains a
name with code 002.
If the call has not taken place correctly or the system is engaged.
Press
CALL FOR
USER 002
The call from the external unit
is still on hold.
IN COMMUNICATION
WITH EXTERNAL UNIT
The switchboard goes
into communication
with the external unit.
The internal extension lifts the
receiver and presses
the speech button
Or
The switchboard lifts the handset.
CALLED
USER 002
IN COMMUNICATION
WITH USER 002
Internal extension 2 wants to speak to internal extension 3.
The switchboard hangs up.
Or
The communication ends
due to time-out (MAX 3 min).
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
The conversation
is ended.
If the call has taken place correctly.
The internal unit lifts the receiver
or activates the audio.
IN COMMUNICATION
WITH USER 002
The switchboard goes into
communication with the
internal extension.
If the calling external unit
is video type, the monitor of
the called user switches on and
the image
from outside appears.
If the internal extension accepts the external call.
Press
EXTERNAL CALL
EFFECTED
Press
USER
ON HOLD
Press
USER:003
TO CALL
3
The calling internal unit hears
nothing, but must keep
the audio switched on.
DEF
CALLED
USER 003
Call
successful.
Or
Press the key
USER 003
NOT AVAILABLE
to call
the selected user.
Call
unsuccessful.
Or
The internal extension is in
communication
with the external unit.
USER
BUSY
The system is busy.
If the call has not taken place correctly or the system is engaged.
The internal extension hangs up.
Or
The communication ends
due to time-out (MAX 3 min).
Or
The switchboard presses
CANC.
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
Press
If the internal extension does not accept the external call.
The internal extension has
hung up.
CALL FOR
USER 002
The call from the external unit
is still on hold.
Press
IN COMMUNICATION
WITH EXTERNAL UNIT
The switchboard goes into
communication
with the external unit.
The switchboard hangs up.
Or
The communication ends
due to time-out (MAX 3 min).
USER
ON HOLD
The conversation
is ended.
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
The conversation
is ended.
IN COMMUNICATION
WITH USER 002
The internal extension hangs up.
Or
The communication ends
due to time-out (MAX 3 min).
A (——) 21:40
WED 12/03/2007
The conversation
is ended.
If the call has taken place correctly.
The internal extension lifts the
handset or activates the audio.
IN COMMUNICATION
WITH USER 003
If internal extension 3 wants to speak to internal extension 2.
Press
The switchboard remains
disabled
INTERCOM
until the communication
IN PROGRESS
ends. (MAX 3 minutes)
If internal extension 3 does not want to speak to internal extension 2.
The internal extension has
hung up.
Press
The internal extension hangs up.
Or
The communication ends
due to time-out (MAX 3 min).
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INTERNAL EXTENSION
ON HOLD
Internal extension 2 is still
waiting to speak to internal
extension 3.
IN COMMUNICATION
WITH USER 002
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
The conversation
is ended.
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• MANAGEMENT OF UNANSWERED CALLS
OPERATION
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Switchboard on DAY:
A
The system is in
standby.
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
• VIDEO CALL MODE
You can initiate a video call to an external unit.
If video call mode is set, the monitor called by the switchboard switches on, thus
allowing, for example, viewing of the remote cameras associated with Art. 1259C.
VIDEO mode can be configured as permanent or as single call.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/2007
Press A/V to
enable video call mode.
V (——) 21:40
WED 12/03/2007
DESCRIPTION
Switchboard on NIGHT:
A NIGHT 21:40
WED 12/03/07
A call comes in
from user 2.
CALL FROM
USER 002
If the switchboard does not answer within 30 sec. or another call arrives from the riser.
Switchboard on DAY:
A
(01) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
The figures in
brackets indicate the number
of unanswered calls
(MAX 10). The eleventh
call replaces the first.
Switchboard on NIGHT:
A NIGHT 21:40
WED 12/03/07
Press
to display
all the unanswered
calls
Video call mode must be set in advance as described below.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A (——) 21:40
WED 12/03/2007
Press MENU’
SETTINGS
1-CHANGE TIME
2-CHANGE DATE
Use the
keys
to select the desired menu.
8- SETTING
VIDEO MODE
flashes.
CALL BACK
USER 002
Press the key
1- PERMANENT
2- SINGLE CALL.
8
TUV
to select the desired option
(SET VIDEO MODE)
If you want to call back user 2.
CALLED
USER 002
Call
successful.
Or
Press the key
USER 002
NOT AVAILABLE
Call
unsuccessful.
Or
USER
BUSY
The system is busy.
NO USER
TO CALL BACK
The memory is empty.
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
standby
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
Press
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
The switchboard remains in
video mode until it is disabled
with the A/V key
1
to activate video mode
permanently after enabling
by means of the A/V key.
Or
Press
1- PERMANENT
2- SINGLE CALL
The switchboard goes back to
audio mode at the end
of the call.
ABC
• DOOR LOCK RELEASE
OPERATION
Press
2
If you want to cancel the call from the memory.
Press CANC
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
If the door lock is released
you will hear a
confirmation signal.
to activate video mode
only for the first call
after enabling with the A/V key.
• ACTUATOR CONTROL ART. 1256
Actuators can be activated in standby mode and during conversation with an
external unit.
CAUTION: It is only possible to activate actuators on the input line to
terminals LP-LP of 1998A.
N.B.: Do not use this function if no actuator is installed as it will interrupt the
communication.
ACTIVATING AN ACTUATOR IN STANDBY/SPEECH MODE
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
stand-by.
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/2007
DESCRIPTION
If a call has arrived from an external unit.
CALL FOR
USER 002
Press
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
The switchboard rings.
The display shows the name
of the person called
if the directory contains a
name with code 002.
Press
ACTUATOR
CODE:
If the door lock is released
you will hear a confirmation signal.
The call is cancelled.
Press
A (——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
To activate a specific actuator
key in its code.
If the code is not present
a generic actuator will be
activated (see page 52).
The actuator has been activated.
If the switchboard is in audio communication with the external unit.
Or
Press
IN COMMUNICATION
WITH EXTERNAL UNIT
If the door lock is released
you will hear a
confirmation signal.
The communication ends
after 10 seconds.
to confirm.
ACTUATOR
NOT AVAILABLE
The actuator is not available.
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• SPEED NUMBERS
CANCELLING
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
standby
A
DESCRIPTION
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
EXAMPLE: If you want to call internal extension 2 by means of speed number 1.
N.B: code 002 must have been previously memorised under speed number 1
(see SPEED NUMBERS in chapter 3).
CALLED
USER 002
Call
successful.
Or
Press the key
USER 002
NOT AVAILABLE
1
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
standby
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/2007
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLE: You want to eliminate the name A with code YYY from the directory.
Scroll the list of user
names with the
keys
until the display shows
the name you want.
A
CODE YYY
Press CANC
DELETE
THE NAME?
To confirm press
OK.
ENTER PASSWORD
____
To confirm press
OK.
DELETING
IN PROGRESS
Call
unsuccessful.
Or
USER
BUSY
OPERATION
The system is busy.
You will be asked for the
confirm deletion
password: 1998.
This password is fixed
and cannot be changed.
• PERSONAL DIRECTORY
Followed by:
CONSULTATION
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
standby
A
Scroll the list of
user names
with the
.
A (——) 21:40
WED 12/03/2007
DESCRIPTION
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/07
NAME DIRECTORY
EMPTY
If there is no name
in the directory.
Or
N.B: To scroll faster
XXXXX
CODE:YYY
keep the key pressed.
TOTAL CANCELLATION OF NAMES
XXXXX = first name
in directory.
YYY = code associated
with the first name.
SEARCHING
OPERATION
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
standby
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/2007
DESCRIPTION
ENTER NAME:
_
Press
SEARCH NAME:
_
Press
SEARCH NAME:
A_
2
DISPLAY
Starting condition:
standby
A
(——) 21:40
WED 12/03/2007
Press the MENU key.
1-CHANGE TIME
2-CHANGE DATE
Use the
keys
to select the desired menu.
7-DELETE
ALL NAMES
Press OK
Enter all or part of the user
name.
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You can now scroll
the user name list
with the
keys.
Or
NAME NOT STORED
IN DIRECTORY
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The display shows
all the possible options.
7
PQRS
to select the desired
option.
(DELETE ALL
NAMES)
DELETE ALL
NAMES?
To confirm press
OK.
ENTER PASSWORD
____
To confirm press
OK.
DELETING
IN PROGRESS
ABC
A
CODE:YYY
DESCRIPTION
Press the key
EXAMPLE: If you want to find all the names which begin with A in the directory.
Press
OPERATION
Followed by:
The name does not exist.
A (——) 21:40
WED 12/03/2007
You will be asked for
the confirm deletion
password: 1998.
This password is fixed
and cannot be changed.
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HAND-HELD PROGRAMMER Art. 1251/A
Introduction
Hand-held programmer Art. 1251/A allows you to programme the
functions that can be assigned to the pushbuttons and the intercom
code of Simplebus series internal extensions.
Programming is carried out by means of a guided menu and only
requires knowledge of the structure of the system and location of
the various devices.
The programmer also enables you to display, for checking
purposes, the functions associated with the pushbuttons of internal
extensions and to display the auto-configuration of the intercom
interface for Simplebus systems Art. 4897.
Hand-held programmer Art. 1251/A is housed in a portable
container and can be powered with rechargeable batteries or a plugin power supply unit for mains operation (230V).
The hand-held programmer Art. 1251/A package includes the cable
for programming internal extensions.
After displaying the software version of the programmer
(figure 2), press the key
corresponding to the function
to
return
to
the
main
screen.
Esc
Software ver. 2.2
Esc
F1
F2
F3
F4
Checking version of software Art. 1251/A
Brackets Art. 5714C, 5714CI, 4784 and 4784I and interphones
2418W and 2618 can be programmed with a programmer
Art. 1251/A equipped with software version:
2.2 or higher for Art. 5714C, 5714CI and 2418W
2.3 or higher for Art. 4784, 2618
2.4 or higher Art. 4784I.
Proceed as described below to check the software version of
programmer Art. 1251/A.
On the main screen, press the key
function Ver (figure 1).
Opt
F1
F2
corresponding to the
Ver
Sel
F3
F4
Fig. 2
Features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Fig. 1
•
•
•
Graphic display with 128x64 dots/pitch resolution.
Membrane keypad with 20 alphanumeric keys.
Internal contrast control.
Sturdy and easy to handle.
Auto-recognition of device to be programmed.
Allows reading and programming of the function associated with
the pushbuttons of the following articles:
- 5714C Bracket for Simplebus 1/2 digital system for Bravo
and Genius colour monitors.
- 5714CI Bracket for Simplebus 1/2 digital system for Bravo
and Genius colour monitors, intercom service.
- 5714I
Bracket for Simplebus 1/2 digital system for Bravo
and Genius monitors, intercom service.
- 4784
Bracket for Simplebus 1/2 digital system for Diva
monitors.
- 4784I
Bracket for Simplebus 1/2 digital system for Diva
monitors, intercom service.
- 2618
Style Simplebus intercom interphone.
- 2418W Okay Simplebus intercom interphone.
- 4897
Intercom interface for Simplebus system.
Possibility of displaying the programmer menus in one of 9
languages.
Powered by rechargeable batteries or mains supply.
Battery low warning.
Timed illumination of display to save energy.
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Conventions used in the manual and main
indicators
• The membrane keypad pushbuttons are shown as follows in the
manual:
• Pushbutton functions
The function of the pushbuttons depends on the guide text
shown on the display.
The manual shows the corresponding icon e.g.: Opt and Sel
and in standby mode correspond to
Opt
and
Keys and connectors
1. Function keys: the function of the keys depends on the guide
text shown on the display above the keys, for example, in
standby, Opt corresponds to
and Sel to
see
arrows in figure 3.
2. Arrows for scrolling through menus.
3. Entry pushbuttons:
- Numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0
- Letters A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,S,T,U,W,X,Y,Z
- Symbols: . , : * #
(figure 3).
Sel
F1
1
F1
F2
F3
F2
F3
F4
F4
2
Fig. 3
3
• Menu options are shown in
bold green italic.
• Messages appearing on the display are shown in:
“bold black italic in inverted commas”
• Particularly important information is shown in:
bold.
•
1
2
3
.,:
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
*
0
#
Battery low indicator.
Fig. 4
4. Mains power connector (figure 5).
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5. ON-OFF switch (figure 6).
6. Connector CN1 for connecting the serial programming cable
(figure 6).
Changing the batteries
:
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The batteries are housed in the battery compartment in the back of
the hand-held programmer.
To change the batteries, proceed as follows:
1. Switch off the hand-held programmer with the ON-OFF button
(figure 6).
2. Open the battery compartment as shown in figure 7.
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Technical specifications
• Mains power supply: 230Vac/12Vdc 250mA adapter, 2.1mm jack
(central positive). It is possible to use the following Comelit
articles:
- Art. 43081 12Vdc 2.5A power supply unit.
- Art. 43082 12Vdc 1.33A plug-in power supply unit.
- Art. 43083 12Vdc 700mA plug-in power supply unit.
- Art. 43084 12Vdc 500mA plug-in power supply unit.
• Supply with batteries: 4 rechargeable NiMH 1.2V size AA
batteries, 1100/2100mA/h.
• Battery consumption: 130mA with display lighting always on.
• Continuous use time with 1300mA/h batteries 100% charged:
10 hrs approx.
• Communication speed of serial protocol for device programming:
1200 bps.
Fig. 7
3. Replace the batteries with fully charged batteries, taking care to
fit them the right way round as shown in the battery
compartment (figure 8).
+
+
+
Batteries
+
Use only NiMh 1.2V size AA rechargeable batteries, with capacity
of 1000 to 2200mA/h.
Battery low warning
Hand-held programmer Art.1251/A is equipped with a battery
charge sensor, which sends a ‘battery low’ warning to the internal
control unit.
The battery symbol
appears on the display to indicate that the
batteries need to be recharged.
From the moment at which the ‘battery low’ warning appears, the
hand-held programmer has a specific duration of battery life left,
after which the module must be connected to an external power
supply unit.
Fig. 8
4. Refit the cover on the battery compartment.
Recharging the batteries
To recharge the batteries, use a generic size AA NiMh battery
charger.
Note that the batteries are not recharged by the external power
supply unit that can be connected to the hand-held programmer.
The batteries can be recharged hundreds of times, but they
deteriorate over time.
If battery life between charges is significantly lower than normal,
buy new batteries.
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Extreme temperatures can affect the charging capacity of the
batteries.
Never use damaged batteries or battery chargers.
Do not short-circuit the batteries. This can happen accidentally if,
for example, you keep a spare battery in your pocket or a container
with another metal object, which may bring the + and – terminals of
the battery into direct contact, thus damaging the battery or the
object in question.
Display
Standby mode
When the hand-held programmer is ready for use but the user has
not connected any device by serial cable, the module is in standby.
In standby, the Opt and Sel keys are available. The display
shows the name Comelit and a moving logo (see figure 1).
It is possible to go back into standby when you are connected to a
device, by pressing Esc several times until the Comelit logo
appears on the display.
Setting the language
Hand-held programmer Art. 1251/A is equipped with a graphic
display with resolution of 128x64 dots/pitch.
The display has a timed lighting system for saving energy, which
is especially useful when running the module on batteries.
The lighting switches off automatically about 30 seconds after the
last keystroke: it switches back on as soon as any key on the
programmer is pressed.
Display brightness control
The brightness of the display can be adjusted by means of a
trimmer inside the programmer.
You must therefore open the programmer and proceed as follows
(figure 9):
1. Unscrew the 6 screws on the back of the programmer.
2. Keep the cover raised with the keypad and turn trimmer TM1:
- clockwise to reduce brightness
- anti-clockwise to increase brightness.
3. Make sure that the membrane keypad is still connected to the
ZIF connector.
4. Screw the cover back onto the base.
From standby mode, press Opt to access the language menu.
Use the
and
keys to scroll the menu and display the
9 available languages;
After selecting the language, press Ok to confirm and go back
into standby.
Connecting the programmer to the device to be
configured
To programme a device, connect the programmer to the device by
means of the programming cable provided with the programmer.
The programmer automatically recognises the device connected and
therefore only enables the functions which can be programmed on
that device.
Connecting the programmer to Art. 5714C, 5714CI, 4784, 4784I,
2618 and 2418W
Proceed as follows:
1. Make sure the bracket (or interphone) is not connected to the
system.
2. Switch on hand-held programmer Art. 1251/A with the
programming cable connected to the programmer.
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Fig. 13
3. Connect the other end of the programming cable to the
polarised connector on the bracket as shown in figures 10, 11,
12 and 13.
4. When the connection is made the following message is
displayed:
“Article xxxx connection OK!”
and you
automatically enter the menu of programmable functions for the
device in question.
If the device is not recognised, no message will be displayed.
If connection fails, simply switch the programmer off and back on
again with the ON/OFF switch (fig. 6), to re-start automatic
recognition of the device.
programming cable connected to the programmer.
3. Connect the other end of the programming cable to the
polarised connector on Art. 4897 as shown in figure 14.
4. Make sure intercom interface Art. 4897 is not connected to the
system riser (Lin Lin input on the terminal block).
5. When the connection is made the following message is displayed:
“Article 4897 connection OK!” and you automatically enter
the menu of programmable functions for the device in question.
If the device is not recognised, no message will be displayed.
If connection fails, simply switch the programmer off and back
on again with the ON/OFF switch (fig. 6), to re-start automatic
recognition of the device.
Connecting the programmer to Art. 4897
1. To access the connector for connecting to the programmer,
remove the side covers of Art. 4897.
2. Switch on hand-held programmer Art. 1251/A with the
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Custom settings
Certain settings of internal extensions can be customised.
You can read, delete and change certain custom settings on all the
articles listed.
Door lock release
Actuator
Custom settings on Art. 5714C, 5714CI, 4784, 4784I and 2418W, 2618
Brackets 5714C, 5714CI, 4784 and 4784I and interphones 2418W
and 2618 allow you to read and programme the functions
associated with the pushbuttons. To be able to use pushbuttons 3,
4, 5 and 6, the Bravo monitor must contain additional pushbutton
card Art. 5733.
The optional card Art. 5734 allows Pushbuttons 3 and 4 to be used,
whereas there are 2 signalling LEDs in the positions of
Pushbuttons 5 and 6.
Switchboard
Not programmed
Not programmed
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CH2
9
Ringtone selector /
Privacy service
LED
Fig. 16
Door lock release
Call
Automatic switch-on/
Video request
1
2
3
4
Generic actuator
Doctor Function
5
6
1
Door lock release
2
Switchboard
3
Privacy
4
LED
5
6
7
8
1
2
1
3
4
1
2
2
3
5
4
5
6
6
7
8
Fig. 17
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Functions that can be associated with a pushbutton
Switchboard Actuator
Door lock
release
Automatic
Audio ON/OFF
(NOT PROGRAMMABLE) switch-on
Standard function: Door lock release
This function enables you to programme the selected pushbutton to
perform the door lock release function on the external unit. The
function does not require the programming of any Parameter.
The Door lock release command can be used to release the door
lock at the bottom of the stairs (Function D) using Art. 1256.
For settings and further information, see page 52.
Privacy
Fig. 18
Figure 4 shows the factory settings of the pushbuttons. Using 1251/A,
however, you can customise each pushbutton of the monitor to
perform one of the following functions:
• Door lock release
• Call to porter switchboard
• Automatic switch-on (Switch-on)
• Generic
• Coded actuator
• Doctor
• Video request (Switch-on)
• Privacy (for Art. 4784, 4784I and 2418W only)
• Intercom call (Art. 4897, 5714CI, 4784I, 2418W and 2618 only)
• Intercom group call (Art. 4897, 5714CI, 4784I, 2418W and 2618
only)
It is also possible to:
- Read the configuration of all pushbuttons.
- Save the configuration of the pushbuttons read.
- Cancel the single pushbutton and therefore make it
unprogrammed.
- Retrieve a user configuration of the pushbuttons to be
programmed.
- Retrieve a factory-set configuration of pushbuttons for
programming.
Only for Art. 5714CI, 4784I and 2618:
- Read the intercom code.
- Programme the intercom code.
- Delete the intercom code.
- Read the output of Art. 4897.
Note that interphones Art. 2618 and 2418W, if used in a nonintercommunicating system, i.e. without interface Art. 4897, must
have no intercommunicating code set.
To delete any intercommunicating code that may have been set,
use the submenu Canc. Intercom. Art. 2418W and Art. 2618 are
factory-set with no intercommunicating code and are therefore
ready for use in non-intercommunicating systems (not connected to
Art. 4897).
Custom settings on Art. 4897
On Art. 4897 intercommunicating interface for Simplebus systems,
you can read or delete the intercommunicating network configuration
on the interface by selecting, respectively:
Read Cfg.
Reset Cfg.
at the time of connection.
Standard function: Switchboard
This function enables you to programme the selected pushbutton to
perform the Call porter switchboard function for Art. 1998A.
The function does not require the programming of any Parameter.
The ‘call porter switchboard’ function can be used to activate
actuator Art. 1256 (Function B). For settings and further
information, see page 52.
Standard function: Switch-on
This meaning of this function depends on how the monitor is set.
If the monitor is Main the pushbutton programmed with this
function performs automatic switch-on.
If the monitor is Secondary the pushbutton programmed with this
function activates a video request.
Automatic switch-on of the monitor takes place when you press
and immediately release the programmed pushbutton and is only
possible when the system is in standby. If two external units are
installed, pressing the automatic monitor switch-on pushbutton
twice will show you the image first from one and then from the
other external unit. Automatic switch-on can be disabled (see
variant H on page 129).
The video request function enables you to switch on a monitor
following a call from an external unit for the user. The monitor
switches on automatically when speech mode is activated or when
the pushbutton programmed for this function is pressed and
released (see variant H on page 129).
Standard function: Actuator
This function enables you to programme the selected pushbutton to
perform the uncoded Actuator function.
With the pushbutton thus set, it is possible to activate all the
actuator relay modules Art. 1256 set to function E.
The function does not require the programming of any Parameter.
See page 52 for the settings of Art.1256 and other details.
Standard function: Coded Actuator
This function enables you to programme the selected pushbutton to
perform the Coded actuator function.
With the pushbutton thus set, it is possible to activate
the relay only on actuator relay module Art. 1256 set to function F,
provided it has been given with the same code as the one
programmed with Art. 1251/A for the pushbutton on the internal
extension.
The function requires programming of the Parameter field of the
code of actuator Art. 1256 that you want to control.
The code of actuator Art. 1256 must be written in the Parameter
field (see example in figure 19), which can be read on the DIP
switch of the device according to the DIP switch programming table
on page 79. For settings of Art. 1256 and further information, see
page 52.
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Internal extension common programming
operations
The paragraphs below describe programming operations which are
common to all programmable internal extensions Art. 4897, 5714C,
5714CI, 4784, 4784I, 2618 and 2418W.
How to assign a standard function to a pushbutton
To programme a pushbutton you must:
1. Connect the hand-held programmer to the device to be
programmed, see page 68.
Function
[Coded Actuator.] ▼
2. Use the
and
keys to select the Prog. Pushbuttons
menu and then press Sel .
PARAMETER
35
Fig. 19
Standard function: Privacy
This function enables you to set the Privacy function on the
pushbutton. If enabled, it allows you to disable temporarily the
ringtone of the interphone in response to calls from the external
unit and porter switchboard Art. 1998A.
The landing call and intercom call ringtones are not disabled.
To enable or disable the Privacy function, press the monitor or
interphone pushbutton on which the function has been
programmed for 2 seconds; selection of the enabled state is
also indicated by the illumination of the indicator LED.
The function does not require the programming of any
Parameter.
Standard function: Doctor
This function enables you to set the Doctor function on the
pushbutton.
Enablement is also indicated by the signalling LED lighting up.
When there are several users with the same user code, set the
Doctor function on only one of the units enabled for this.
To enable or disable the Doctor function, press the monitor or
interphone pushbutton on which the function has been
programmed for 2 seconds; selection of the enabled state is
also indicated by the illumination of the indicator LED.
The function does not require the programming of any
Parameter.
Standard function: Intercom
This function enables you to set the intercom call function on
the pushbutton.
The function is available only for intercom systems that use
internal extensions Art. 4897, 5714CI, 4784I, 2618 and 2418W.
Group Intercom
This function enables you to set the group intercom call
function on the pushbutton.
The function is available only for intercom systems that use
internal extensions Art. 4897, 5714CI, 4784I, 2618 and 2418W.
3. Use the
and
keys to select the pushbutton that you
want to programme and then press Sel .
4. Use the
and
then press Sel .
5. Using the
and
keys, scroll through the available
functions until the display shows the function you want to
programme on the pushbutton.
6. If necessary, go the to parameter field using
and
and
enter the requested numerical value (see standard functions
description on page 71) using the keypad of the programmer.
7. Press Ok and make sure that the following message
appears:
- “Transmission OK”
- “Operation OK”
If the operation is not successful, the display will show the
message:
- “Transm. failed!”
If the operation is not permitted, the display will show an error
message “Oper. failed!” . Setting a remote camera on a
secondary bracket/monitor is incompatible and therefore not
permitted.
8. After a few seconds the display shows the pushbutton selection
menu for any further operations on the extension.
EXAMPLE: setting Actuator with code 35 on pushbutton 2 of the
monitor.
OPERATION
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DISPLAY
Connect hand-held programmer
Art. 1251/A to bracket 5714C.
Art. 5714C
Connection OK!
Select Prog. Pushbuttons and
press Sel .
—————————
Prog. pushbuttons
Read pushbuttons
Select Pushbutton 2 and press
Sel .
Pushbutton 1
Pushbutton 2
Pushbutton 3
Select Standard. Func. and press
Sel .
Use the
and
keys to scroll the Coded
Actuator function.
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keys to select Standard Func., and
Reset pushbutton
Standard Func.
Camera cycle
Function:
Coded Actuator
parameter
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OPERATION
Use the
and
keys to
reach the Parameter field and
enter code 35 for the Art. 1256
that you want to activate (N.B.
read the actuator code from the
device’s DIP-switch, see fig. 19).
Use |<C to delete possible
typing errors
Press the key Ok
The display automatically shows
the pushbutton selection menu
for any further operations on the
extension
DISPLAY
Function
Coded Actuator
parameter
35…………….
Pushbutton 1
Pushbutton 2
Pushbutton 3
To cancel a pushbutton and return it to the unprogrammed state
you must:
1. Connect the hand-held programmer to the device to be
programmed, see page 68.
2. Use the
and
keys to select the Prog. Pushbuttons
menu and then press Sel .
3. Use the
and
keys to select the pushbutton for which
you want to cancel programming, then press Sel .
4. Use the
and
keys to select the menu option Reset
Pushbutton, then press Sel .
5. The display will ask you to confirm the operation:
“Reset pushbutton x?”
6. Press Ok and make sure that the following message
appears:
- “Transmission OK”
- “Operation OK” .
If the operation is not successful, the display will show the
message:
- “Transm. failed!” .
7. After a few seconds the display shows the pushbutton selection
menu for any further operations on the extension.
How to programme a default (factory-set) pushbutton
configuration
The configurations of Default pushbuttons (factory-set) are as
follows:
Art. 5714C, 5714CI (see fig. 15 on page 70):
Door lock release
Switchboard
Switch-on
Actuator
Actuator
Actuator
Doctor
k Door lock release
1 Actuator
2 Switchboard
4 (not programmed)
5 (not programmed)
6 (not programmed)
7 (not programmed)
8 (not programmed)
9 (not programmed)
1. Transmission OK!
2. Operation OK!
How to cancel the programming of a pushbutton
k
1
2
3
4
5
6
Art. 2618 (see fig. 16 on page 70):
Art. 2418W (see fig. 17 on page 70):
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
Door lock release
Switchboard
Privacy
(not programmed)
(not programmed)
(not programmed)
(not programmed)
Art. 4784 and Art. 4784I (see fig. 18 on page 71):
k
1
2
3
4
Door lock release
Switchboard
Switch-on
Actuator
Privacy
To programme a default pushbutton configuration you must:
1. Connect the hand-held programmer to the device to be
programmed, see page 68.
2. Use the
and
keys to select the Prog. Pushbuttons
menu and then press Sel .
3. Use the
and
keys to select the menu option Default
Cfg then press Sel .
4. The default configuration of the device is displayed.
If necessary, use the
and
keys to scroll down through
all the pushbuttons. For pushbutton reference information, see
figures 15, 16, 17 and 18 on page 70,71.
5. Press Ok to run pushbutton programming.
6. Make sure that the following message is displayed:
- “Transmission OK”
- “Operation OK” .
If the operation is not successful, the display will show the
message:
- “Transm. failed!” .
7. After a few seconds the display shows the pushbutton selection
menu for any further operations on the extension.
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How to save a pushbutton configuration decided by the user
You can save a personal pushbutton configuration to the memory of
Art. 1251/A for each of the programmable devices Art. 5714C, 5714CI,
5714I, 2618, 4784 and 4784I.
The configuration will be saved for the article from which it was
read.
To save a customised pushbutton configuration, you must:
1. Connect the hand-held programmer Art. 1251/A to the device
with previously programmed pushbuttons and whose
configuration you want to store, see page. 68.
2. Use the
and
keys to select the Read Pushbuttons
menu, then press Sel .
3. The display will show a list of the device’s pushbuttons and the
functions assigned to them. If the operation is not successful,
the display will show the message:
- “Transm. failed!” .
4. If necessary, use the
and
keys to scroll down through
all the pushbuttons.
5. Press Sav to save the pushbutton configuration shown on the
display.
6. Make sure that the following message appears:
“Saving OK!” .
7. Press Esc to go back to the selection menu for any further
operations on the extension.
How to programme a saved pushbutton configuration
The pushbutton configuration retrieved for programming relates to
the article to which you are connected.
To programme a configuration saved by the user, you must:
1. Connect the hand-held programmer to the device to be
programmed, see page 68.
2. Use the
and
keys to select the Prog. Pushbuttons
menu, then press Sel .
3. Use the
and
keys to select the menu option Saved
Cfg, then press Sel .
4. The display shows the pushbutton configuration previously
saved for that article. If necessary, use the
and
keys
to scroll down through all the pushbuttons.
5. Press Ok to run pushbutton programming.
6. Make sure that the following message is displayed:
- “Transmission OK”
- “Operation OK” .
If the operation is not successful, the display will show the
message:
- “Transm. failed!” .
7. After a few seconds the display shows the pushbutton selection
menu for any further operations on the extension.
How to read the pushbutton configuration
To read the programmed pushbutton configuration, proceed as
follows:
1. Connect the hand-held programmer to the device to be
programmed, see page 68.
2. Use the
and
keys to select the Read Pushbuttons
menu, then press Sel .
3. The display will show a list of the device’s pushbuttons and the
functions assigned to them.
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If the operations is not successful, the display will show the
message:
- “Transm. failed!” .
4. If necessary, use the
and
keys to scroll down through
all the pushbuttons.
5. Press Esc to go back to the selection menu for any further
operations on the extension.
Precautions and maintenance
The suggestions given below will help maximise the service life
of the device.
• Keep the programmer and its accessories out of reach of
children.
• Make sure that the hand-held programmer does not get wet.
Rain, humidity, liquids and condensate contain corrosive
minerals which may damage the electronic circuits.
• Do not leave the programmer in dusty or dirty environments, in
order to avoid damaging its moving parts.
• Do not leave the hand-held programmer in particularly hot
environments.
Excessively high temperatures can reduce the life of the
electronic circuits, damage the batteries and deform or melt
plastic parts.
When the programmer cools down after overheating,
condensate may form inside it, which can damage the
electronic circuits.
• Do not leave the hand-held programmer in particularly cold
environments.
• Do not drop, knock or shake the programmer as this could
cause irreparable damage to the circuits inside it.
• Do not use corrosive chemical products, solvents or
aggressive detergents to clean the programmer.
• Do not twist or yank the programmer cable as this could lead
to problems of communication with the devices.
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List of menu functions
Standby mode
5714C
• Prog. Pushbuttons:
• Key pushbutton:
- Standard Func.
- Reset pushbutton
• Pushbutton 1: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 2: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 3: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 4: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 5: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 6: (as key pushbutton)
• Default Cfg.
• Saved Cfg.
• Read pushbuttons
Simplebus2 cabling system
• Prog. Intercom
• Read Intercom
• Canc. Intercom
• Prog. pushbuttons
• Key pushbutton
- Standard Func.
- Intercom Group
- Reset pushbutton
• Pushbutton 1: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 2: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 3: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 4: (as key pushbutton)
• Default Cfg.
• Saved Cfg.
• Read pushbuttons
• Read output
2618
• Prog. Intercom
• Read Intercom
• Canc. Intercom
• Prog. pushbuttons
• Key pushbutton
- Standard Func.
- Intercom Group
- Reset pushbutton
• Pushbutton 1: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 2: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 3: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 4: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 5: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 6: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 7: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 8: Default Cfg.
• Pushbutton 9: Saved Cfg.
• Read pushbuttons
• Read output
5714CI
• Prog. Intercom
• Lett. Intercom
• Canc. Intercom
• Prog. pushbuttons
• Key pushbutton
- Standard Func.
- Intercom Group
- Reset pushbutton
• Pushbutton 1: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 2: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 3: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 4: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 5: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 6: (as key pushbutton
• Default Cfg.
• Saved Cfg.
• Read pushbuttons
• Read output
4897
4784
• Prog. Pushbuttons:
• Key pushbutton:
- Standard Func.
- Reset pushbutton
• Pushbutton 1: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 2: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 3: (as key pushbutton)
• Pushbutton 4: (as key pushbutton)
• Default Cfg.
• Saved Cfg.
• Read pushbuttons
• Read config.
• Reset config.
2418W
• Prog. Intercom
• Read Intercom
• Canc. Intercom
• Prog. pushbuttons
• Pushbutton 1
- Standard Func.
- Intercom Group
- Reset pushbutton
• Pushbutton 2 (as key pushbutton 1)
• Pushbutton 3 (as key pushbutton 1)
• Pushbutton 5 (as key pushbutton 1)
• Pushbutton 6 (as key pushbutton 1)
• Pushbutton 7 (as key pushbutton 1)
• Pushbutton 8 (as key pushbutton 1)
• Default Cfg.
• Saved Cfg.
• Read pushbuttons
• Read output
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CONFIGURATION OF THE DEVICES
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Programming brackets Art. 5714C and 4784, Style interphones 2638, 2628, 2610 and 2618 and Okay
interphones 2428W/A, 2410W/2B and 2418W
• Each interphone and bracket in the system is identified by its own code; each code must be set by means of the DIP switch on the
interphone card or on the bracket (see figure).
• The user code must be set according to the corresponding example shown in the programming table on page 79.
• Coding can take place at any time, even without a power supply.
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Programming switching device Art. 1224A
1216
1216
5802
1214/2C
5702
1214/2C
1214/2C
1214/2C
1
2
5802
5702
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
4888C
4888C
1224A
• Each switching module is equipped
with a pair of DIP switches with
8 selectors (see figure). The two DIP
switches define the MIN and MAX
range of codes that can be recognised
by the switching device.
• Remember that the MIN and MAX DIP
switches define the lowest and highest
user codes respectively which can be
connected to the riser.
• For setting the desired values, refer
to the table on page 79.
• Distinct switching devices must
manage code ranges which are not
overlapping.
1224A
STAIRCASE B
STAIRCASE A
4834/9
MAIN DOOR FROM N° 1÷20
• Example of coding switching device Art. 1224A of staircase A minimum number 1, maximum number 10.
X
MA
O1
N
MI
O1
N
2
3
4
5
6
7
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8 N
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Push-button programming with audio/video unit Art. 4660C and modules Art. 3323/3, 3323/4 and 3323/6
Fig. 2A
Fig. 2B
Art. 3309
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Procedure also valid for programming modules 3063B and 3064B wired to Art. 4660C with 4-pole plug-in cable.
•
•
•
WARNING:
Modules Art. 4660C normally function as the main external unit
(timed engaged signal).
To set them as a secondary external unit (engaged signal active
for the whole time the riser is in use), set all the selector DIP
switches to ON.
When a call is transmitted from the external unit if a busy tone is
heard instead of the ring tone it means that a call to another
external unit is in session.
In case of a persistent short-circuit on the bus line, the
external unit emits an intermittent signalling tone.
1. Connect the terminal blocks of modules Art. 3323/3, 3323/4 and
3323/6 (or modules 3063B and 3064B) together and with the
terminal block of unit Art. 4660C using the special cables. Insert
the modules Art. 3323/3, 3323/4 and 3323/6 on the relative
terminal boards (figure 1).
2. On the terminal board of module Art. 4660C connect the power
supply to ~~ and set the switch to the programming position
(red square figure 2A).
Connect the terminal board to module Art. 4660C assembled as
shown previously.
Warning: modules Art. 3323/3, 3323/4 and 3323/6 to be
programmed must already be positioned (figure 2).
Note: for connection between the terminal board and module
Art. 4660C, it is possible to use the cable Art. 3309, available as
an optional accessory (figure 3) during the programming stage.
3. Set the DIP switch located on the rear of the module
Art. 4660C with the same code assigned to the interphone or
monitor according to the corresponding example shown in the
programming table on page 79.
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4. Press the pushbutton to be associated with the interphone call.
A confirmation tone signals that programming has taken place.
5. After completing programming, set the switch back into
standby position (white) (Figure 2B).
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DIP switch programming table
User
code
DIP switch ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
1
2
1,2
3
1,3
2,3
1,2,3
4
1,4
2,4
1,2,4
3,4
1,3,4
2,3,4
1,2,3,4
5
1,5
2,5
1,2,5
3,5
1,3,5
2,3,5
1,2,3,5
4,5
1,4,5
2,4,5
1,2,4,5
3,4,5
1,3,4,5
2,3,4,5
1,2,3,4,5
6
1,6
2,6
1,2,6
3,6
1,3,6
2,3,6
1,2,3,6
4,6
1,4,6
2,4,6
1,2,4,6
3,4,6
1,3,4,6
2,3,4,6
1,2,3,4,6
5,6
1,5,6
2,5,6
1,2,5,6
3,5,6
1,3,5,6
2,3,5,6
1,2,3,5,6
4,5,6
1,4,5,6
2,4,5,6
1,2,4,5,6
3,4,5,6
User name
User
code
DIP switch ON
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
1,3,4,5,6
2,3,4,5,6
1,2,3,4,5,6
7
1,7
2,7
1,2,7
3,7
1,3,7
2,3,7
1,2,3,7
4,7
1,4,7
2,4,7
1,2,4,7
3,4,7
1,3,4,7
2,3,4,7
1,2,3,4,7
5,7
1,5,7
2,5,7
1,2,5,7
3,5,7
1,3,5,7
2,3,5,7
1,2,3,5,7
4,5,7
1,4,5,7
2,4,5,7
1,2,4,5,7
3,4,5,7
1,3,4,5,7
2,3,4,5,7
1,2,3,4,5,7
6,7
1,6,7
2,6,7
1,2,6,7
3,6,7
1,3,6,7
2,3,6,7
1,2,3,6,7
4,6,7
1,4,6,7
2,4,6,7
1,2,4,6,7
3,4,6,7
1,3,4,6,7
2,3,4,6,7
1,2,3,4,6,7
5,6,7
1,5,6,7
2,5,6,7
1,2,5,6,7
3,5,6,7
1,3,5,6,7
2,3,5,6,7
1,2,3,5,6,7
4,5,6,7
User name
User
code
DIP switch ON
121
1,4,5,6,7
122
2,4,5,6,7
123 1,2,4,5,6,7
124
3,4,5,6,7
125 1,3,4,5,6,7
126 2,3,4,5,6,7
127 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
128
8
129
1,8
130
2,8
131
1,2,8
132
3,8
133
1,3,8
134
2,3,8
135
1,2,3,8
136
4,8
137
1,4,8
138
2,4,8
139
1,2,4,8
140
3,4,8
141
1,3,4,8
142
2,3,4,8
143
1,2,3,4,8
144
5,8
145
1,5,8
146
2,5,8
147
1,2,5,8
148
3,5,8
149
1,3,5,8
150
2,3,5,8
151
1,2,3,5,8
152
4,5,8
153
1,4,5,8
154
2,4,5,8
155
1,2,4,5,8
156
3,4,5,8
157
1,3,4,5,8
158
2,3,4,5,8
159 1,2,3,4,5,8
160
6,8
161
1,6,8
162
2,6,8
163
1,2,6,8
164
3,6,8
165
1,3,6,8
166
2,3,6,8
167
1,2,3,6,8
168
4,6,8
169
1,4,6,8
170
2,4,6,8
171
1,2,4,6,8
172
3,4,6,8
173
1,3,4,6,8
174
2,3,4,6,8
175 1,2,3,4,6,8
176
5,6,8
177
1,5,6,8
178
2,5,6,8
179
1,2,5,6,8
180
3,5,6,8
User name
User
code
DIP switch ON
User name
181
1,3,5,6,8
182
2,3,5,6,8
183
1,2,3,5,6,8
184
4,5,6,8
185
1,4,5,6,8
186
2,4,5,6,8
187
1,2,4,5,6,8
188
3,4,5,6,8
189
1,3,4,5,6,8
190
2,3,4,5,6,8
191 1,2,3,4,5,6,8
192
7,8
193
1,7,8
194
2,7,8
195
1,2,7,8
196
3,7,8
197
1,3,7,8
198
2,3,7,8
199
1,2,3,7,8
200
4,7,8
201
1,4,7,8
202
2,4,7,8
203
1,2,4,7,8
204
3,4,7,8
205
1,3,4,7,8
206
2,3,4,7,8
207
1,2,3,4,7,8
208
5,7,8
209
1,5,7,8
210
2,5,7,8
211
1,2,5,7,8
212
3,5,7,8
213
1,3,5,7,8
214
2,3,5,7,8
215
1,2,3,5,7,8
216
4,5,7,8
217
1,4,5,7,8
218
2,4,5,7,8
219
1,2,4,5,7,8
220
3,4,5,7,8
221
1,3,4,5,7,8
222
2,3,4,5,7,8
223 1,2,3,4,5,7,8
224
6,7,8
225
1,6,7,8
226
2,6,7,8
227
1,2,6,7,8
228
3,6,7,8
229
1,3,6,7,8
230
2,3,6,7,8
231
1,2,3,6,7,8
232
4,6,7,8
233
1,4,6,7,8
234
2,4,6,7,8
235
1,2,4,6,7,8
236
3,4,6,7,8
237
1,3,4,6,7,8
238
2,3,4,6,7,8
239 1,2,3,4,6,7,8
*240
5,6,7,8
*Note: code 240 is reserved for the switchboard.
EXAMPLE setting code 200.
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Special programming operations on Art. 4660C, 1602, 1602VC
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 1A
Fig. 2A
Art. 3309
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
On Art. 4660C, 1602 and 1602VC it is possible to carry out a series
of special programming operations according to the various system
requirements.
1. On the terminal block of articles 4660C, 1602 and 1602VC set
the switch to programming (red square) (Figure 1A).
2. On the microswitches of the article (Figure 2), set the code for
the function to be programmed. Use the following table as a
reference.
3. On the terminal block of articles 4660C, 1602 and 1602VC
connect terminal S with – (Figure 3).
4. Wait for a programming confirmation tone and remove the
jumper between terminal S and -.
5. At the end of the procedure, make sure you have set the switch
to standby (white) (Figure 2A), removed the jumpers between
terminals S and - and turned all the microswitches to OFF (0) as
shown in Figure 4.
To carry out another special programming operation, repeat the
above operations from point 1 to point 5.
DIP switches ON
Configuration reference
number
10-second reset wait time (factory setting)
1,2,5,6,7,8
243
1-second reset wait time
3,5,6,7,8
244
Deactivation of door lock confirmation tone and door lock time setting 2 seconds (factory-settings)
1,3,5,6,7,8
245
Activation of door lock confirmation tone
2,3,5,6,7,8
246
Door lock time 8 seconds
1,2,3,5,6,7,8
247
Sending single call (factory setting)
4,5,6,7,8
248
Sending call repeated 3 times
1,4,5,6,7,8
249
Door lock release control normally open (NO) (factory setting)
2,4,5,6,7,8
250
Door lock release control normally closed (NC)
1,2,4,5,6,7,8
251
Door lock release active even with no call (factory setting)
3,4,5,6,7,8
252
Door lock release only enabled for the user called
1,3,4,5,6,7,8
253
Reset of all factory settings
2,3,4,5,6,7,8
254
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GENERAL INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
MIXER-POWER SUPPLY ART. 4888C
1
4
5
5
2
6
3
Carry out the cabling and system connection prior to the connection
of the power supply operations after disconnecting the mains
supply. Insert the line on input from the external unit, and then
switch on the power from Art. 1246 to the Mixer-power supply
module Art. 4888C.
The device allows a maximum of one monitor to be supplied and is
able to manage a MAX of 100 users. The power supplier signals an
extended short circuit, on one of the mixer outputs, by flashing of
LED DL1.
Operating temperature range: 0-40°C.
Appliance exclusively for indoor use.
High voltage, proceed with caution.
System connection terminals:
1. ~230V~. Mains AC: 230Vac (+15/-10)% 50/60Hz 0.7A.
to be connected to the earthing system.
2. Lin Lin connection to line from external unit.
3. - + 17.5V +-5% 100mA max. Output for power supply
Art. 1224A or Art. 1256.
4. L1 L1 branch output 1 of riser.
L2 L2 branch output 2 of riser.
L3 L3 branch output 3 of riser.
L4 L4 branch output 4 of riser.
5. Jumpers to be set according to the number of total users
connected to the Mixer-power supply Art. 4888C.
JP1 and JP2 in position 3 for systems with 0 to 15 users.
JP1 and JP2 in position 2 for systems with 16 to 35 users.
JP1 and JP2 in position 1 for systems with 36 to 100 users.
JP1-JP2: 1
2
6. JP4 Position 2 for normal use.
Set to position 1 to cancel auto-configuration of the article. If
LED DL1 is lit up continuously, this indicates that the
cancellation operation has succeeded. Return JP4 to position 2
and check that LED DL1 switches off.
2
1
JP1
LED DL1
JP4
JP2
3
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Installation rules for video door entry systems
Do not route the riser wires in proximity to power supply cables
(230/400V).
In the branches to each user, insert terminal Art. 1214/2C supplied
with the bracket Art. 5714C and 4784 and interphones Art. 2628
and Art. 2638 on the riser. Terminate each riser or branch with Art.
1216 supplied with Mixer/power supply Art. 4888C and video
module Art. 4660C.
Depending on the cable used for the riser, set the closure on
Art. 1216 as shown in the table below.
According to the cable used for the riser, assess the maximum
distance which can be reached between Mixer-Power supply
Art. 4888C and the monitor furthest away, and between branch
terminal Art. 1214/2C and the monitor furthest away. According to
the connection cable used, determine the maximum distance
between the
external video unit and mixer/power supply Art. 4888C.
Each Art. 4888C can handle a MAXIMUM of 4 riser branches, see
variant SB2/BGC on page 103.
For systems with main and secondary doors, use line
concentrator Art. 4834/9 and switcher Art. 1224A.
For a single door, it is possible to connect up to 9 mixer/power
supplies Art. 4888C after Art. 4834/9 (see diagram
SB2V/EN/115GC, SB2V/EN/112GC on page 96).
Each Art. 4834/9 can handle a MAXIMUM of 9 branches: if more
branches are required (up to 16), install two concentrators Art.
4834/9 in series.
Art. 4834/9 must be preceded by the respective video signal
amplifier Art. 4833C (see variant SB2/CC on page 105).
You can fit a MAXIMUM of 2 concentrators Art. 4834/9 in series.
The MAX number of users that can be connected to a single
Mixer/power supply Art. 4888C is 100 regardless of whether they
are on a single riser or distributed over several riser branches (e.g.:
100 users over a single riser or 25 users over each of the 4 riser
branches).
It is possible connect up to 25 monitors in series for each riser
branch (see variant SB2/GGC on page 104); in this case, to
determine the MAX distance between external unit and the last
monitor in the series, see column A in the table one page 84.
The connection between several monitors with the same user code
(MAX 3) can be made in series or as a branch from the riser.
Interphones Art. 2628 or 2638 with the same monitor user code
must be branched directly from the riser by means of Art. 1214/2C.
Art. 4888C powers only one monitor for each call, so for systems
with several monitors with the same user code, the additional
monitors must be set as secondary; power each additional monitor
separately with Art. 1212/B, according to the configuration you want
to create.
The cameras of external units must not be aimed at sources of
direct light (e.g. lamps, sunlight, reflective surfaces, etc.).
Settings Table for Art. 1216 according to the type of connection cable used
Type of cable
Setting Art. 1216
Comelit cable Art. 4577 sect. 1 mm2 (Ø 1.2 mm AWG 17)
2
UTP5 cable cat 5 sect. 0.2 mm2 (Ø 0.5 mm AWG 24)
1
Twisted telephone pair (cross-sect. 0.28 mm2 Ø 0.6 mm AWG 23)
1
Double-wire cable sect. 0.5 mm2 Ø 0.8 mm AWG 20)
Double-wire cable sect. 1 mm2 (1.2 mm AWG 17)
2
Braided and screened cable (cross-sect. 1 mm2 (Ø 1.2 mm AWG 17)
2
Double-wire cable sect. 1.5 mm2 (Ø 1.4 mm AWG 15)
1
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Maximum reachable distances for additional monitor and external unit power supply conductors
Cross-section of the conductor
Max. distance between transformer
Art. 1395 and external unit
Max distance between power supply unit
Art. 1212/B and internal unit
F
G
0.28 mm2 (Ø 0.6 mm) AWG 23
4m
(15 feet)
10 m
(35 feet)
0.5 mm2 (Ø 0.8 mm) AWG 20
10 m
(35 feet)
25 m
(85 feet)
1 mm2 (Ø 1.2 mm) AWG 17
20 m
(65 feet)
50 m
(165 feet)
1.5 mm2 (Ø 1.2 mm) AWG 15
30 m
(100 feet)
100 m
(325 feet)
2.5 mm2 Ø 1.6 mm AWG 13
50 m
(165 feet)
150 m
(495 feet)
1
1395
2
1
2
3
4
4780
5802
3
4
5702
5
6
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MAXIMUM DISTANCES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CONDUCTORS
The connection of the apparatus is of the unpolarised type.
The use of conductors with characteristics other than those
prescribed does not guarantee certain system distances being
Max. distance
between Mixer
Art. 4888C and
internal unit
Type of cable
Comelit cable Art. 4577
sect. 1 mm2
(Ø 1.2 mm AWG 17)
Twisted telephone pair
(cross sect. 0.28 mm2 Ø
0.6 mm AWG 23) *
Double-wire cable
sect. 0.5 mm2
(Ø 1.2 mm AWG 20) **
Double-wire cable
sect. 1 mm2
(Ø 1.2 mm AWG 17) **
Braided and screened
cable sect. 1 mm2
(Ø 1.2 mm AWG 17) *
Double-wire cable
sect. 1.5 mm2
(Ø 1.4 mm AWG 15) **
Max. distance
Max. distance
between external
between Art. 4833C
unit and Art. 4833C and Mixer
Art. 4888C
Max. distance
between external
unit and Mixer or
amplifier Art. 4833C
with one Art. 4834/9
inserted
Max. distance
between terminal of
branch Art. 1214/2C
and internal unit
A
B
C
D
E
H
200 m
200 m
200 m
200 m
150 m
60 m
(650 feet)
(650 feet)
(650 feet)
(650 feet)
(495 feet)
(195 feet)
200 m
200 m
200 m
150 m
(650 feet)
(650 feet)
(650 feet)
(495 feet)
80 m
150 m
150 m
150 m
100 m
40 m
(260 feet)
(495 feet)
(495 feet)
(495 feet)
(325 feet)
(130 feet)
100 m
150 m
150 m
150 m
100 m
40 m
(325 feet)
(495 feet)
(495 feet)
(495 feet)
(325 feet)
(130 feet)
120 mm
100 m
100 m
100 m
80 m
40 m
(390 feet)
(325 feet)
(325 feet)
(325 feet)
(260 feet)
(130 feet)
120 mm
150 m
150 m
150 m
40 m
(390 feet)
(495 feet)
(495 feet)
(495 feet)
(130 feet)
120 mm
80 m
80 m
80 m
50 m
30 m
(390 feet)
(260 feet)
(260 feet)
(260 feet)
(165 feet)
(100 feet)
150 m
100 m
100 m
100 m
80 m
40 m
(495 feet)
(325 feet)
(325 feet)
(325 feet)
(260 feet)
(130 feet)
Comelit cable
Art. 4576-4578
sect. 0.5 mm2
(Ø 1.2 mm AWG 20) *
UTP5 cable cat 5
sect. 0.2 mm2
(Ø 1.2 mm AWG 24) *
MAX distance
between external
unit and mixer
Art. 4888C
reached or good quality of the video signal, therefore only use the
cables described in the tables below.
* In case of multipair cable, it is advisable to use only one of the pairs for the system. If necessary to reduce voltage drop, due to long
distances, it is possible to use a pair as a single core.
** In case of multicore cable, use only two of the available wires and never use wires in parallel.
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Figures showing distances
1214/2C
1
2
5702
5802
1
2
3
4
4780
1214/2C
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
4888C
5702
5802
1
2
3
4
4780
4888C
4833C
1395
1216
1214/2C
1
2
3
4
1
5702
5802
2
3
4
5
5
6
6
5702
4888C
4834/9
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GROUP S.P.A.
OPERATING NOTES
• When the visitor presses the call button the ringtone of the
internal unit is activated.
• A call confirmation tone sounds at the external unit; if the call
confirmation tone is not heard in systems with several entrances,
it means that another conversation is taking place with another
external unit installed on the same riser. If Art. 3346 - system
busy signalling module - is installed, wait until the module turns
off before making the call again.
If 3340 is installed, the system busy signal is shown on the
display.
• At the internal unit, communication takes place by lifting the
handset.
• The button marked with the key symbol acts on the electric lock
of the external unit, activating it for about 2 sec.
• By pressing the call button on the external unit in video door
entry systems, the LEDs for illuminating the caller light up; the
image remains on the monitor for about 90 sec.
• The monitor switches on automatically when pushbutton 2 is
pressed. If two external units are installed, by pressing monitor
automatic switch-on pushbutton 2 twice, you can view first one
and then the second image from the two external units
(alternating between two entrances function).
• To adjust ringtone volume, use the appropriate control on each
monitor or interphone.
• For adjusting audio volumes on the external unit see pages 3,
15, 27 and 29.
Automatic switch-on is possible only when the system is in
standby.
• To adjust the brightness of the monitor use the appropriate
adjuster.
• After replacing the handset of the internal unit, you have a few
seconds in which you can resume audio communication with the
external unit.
From the moment of hanging up, a few seconds pass before the
image disappears from the monitor.
• The monitor set as Main (factory setting of bracket Art. 5714C,
Art. 4784) switches on in response to a call and to automatic
switch-on even if it is installed as an additional monitor with the
same user code.
• The monitor set as Secondary (see variant SB2/A1BC-A2BC on
pages 115, 116), does not switch on in response to calls but in
response to the start of audio communication or when the
specific pushbutton is pressed.
• Monitors and interphones with same user code all ring at the
same time (regardless of whether they are main or secondary)
in response to calls from the external unit, switchboard or
landing.
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Switching on/voltage check with system in standby
Local floor call
* Request to exit button
10 - 15 Vac during activation
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro
Monitor ref.5900 are compatible
with Simplebus Color system. Please
refer to specific technical leaflets
FT/SBC/11, FT/PLALUX/01 and
FT/SBC/13 for further information
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GROUP S.P.A.
A
Video door entry systems with 2-wire cabling
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
• SB2V/01PXM
System with 1 Powercom Series video entrance.
Page 90
• SB2V/03GC
System with 2 Powercom Series video entrances.
Page 91
• SB2V/012GC
System with 1 Powercom Series video entrance and
MAX 9 mixer/power supplies Art. 4888C.
Page 92
SB2V/EN/115GC
•
System with 1 main video entrance and MAX 9
Powercom series secondary audio units.
Page 94
• SB2V/EN/112GC
System with 1 main video entrance and MAX 9
Powercom secondary video units.
Page 96
• SB2V/EN/103GC
Video door entry system with one main entrance
and porter switchboard Art. 1998A.
Page 98
SB2V/EN/159GC
•
System with 2 video entrances and porter switchboard
Art. 1998A.
Page 99
• SB2V/EN/220GC
Video door entry system with one main entrance, MAX 9
secondary video units and porter switchboard Art. 1998A. Page 100
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• SB2/EN/001
Variant using bracket Art. 4784 in audio only systems. Page
• SB2/BGC
Connection of MAX 4 riser branches for each
mixer/power supply Art. 4888C.
Page
• SB2/GGC
Connection in series of several internal units
(up to 25 for branch from Art. 4888C).
Page
SB2/AAR
•
Connection of video amplifier Art. 4833C.
Page
• SB2/CC
Connection in series of Art. 4834/9.
Page
• SB2V/01GTCC
System with 1 main audio entrance
with remote camera.
Page
SB2V/017GC
•
Simplebus Color system with remote camera switcher
Art. 1259C in generic actuator mode.
Page
• SB2V/018GC
Simplebus Color system with remote camera switcher
Art. 1259C in generic actuator mode
with porter switchboard.
Page
• SB2/MBC
Installation of Art. 1256 in Simplebus Color mixed
Audio/Video systems.
Page
• SB2V/019GC
Simplebus Color system with remote camera switcher
Art. 1259C in actuator with code mode.
Page
SB2V/EN/155GC
•
Installation of Art. 1256 for D (secondary door lock release)
in Simplebus Color mixed audio/video systems.
Page
• SB2/NC
Secondary door lock release with Art. 1256 branched
before Art. 4888C.
Page
• SB/GC
Art. 1256 branched on the external unit.
Page
102
103
104
105
105
106
107
108
109
110
112
114
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• SB2/A3BC
Connection in series of monitors with the same user code
powered separately.
Page 115
• SB2/A2BC
Connection in series of monitors with the same user code
powered from the riser.
Page 115
• SB2/A1BC
Branch connection of monitors with the same user code
powered from the riser.
Page 116
• SB2/A5BC
Connection of audio interphone users in mixed systems.
Branch connection of interphones from the riser.
Page 116
• SB2/A4BC
Connection of audio interphone users in mixed systems.
Interphones in series from the riser.
Page 117
• SB2/AAW
Branch connection of additional interphones
from the monitor.
Page 117
• SB/UC
Digital video entrance connection variant
with Art. 3340-3342.
Page 118
• SB/KC
Connection with modules 3262/0 (combined with
module 1602) or 3268/0 (combined with module 4660C). Page 118
• CA/EN/108
Diagram for connection of Art. 1319 to modules
Art. 3340 and Art. 3342.
Page 119
• CA/EN/109
Diagram for connection of Art. 1319 to modules
Art. 3070/A and Art. 3072/A.
Page 119
• SB2/AAS
Simplebus Color audio-video system with Roma keypad
and module Art. 3063B.
Page 120
• SB/AAEC
Simplebus Color audio-video system with Roma keypad
and module Art. 3063/A.
Page 120
• SB2/AAV
Simplebus Color audio-video system with Vandalcom
keypad and module Art. 3064B.
Page 121
• SB2/AAFC
Simplebus Color audio-video system with Vandalcom
keypad and module Art. 3064/A.
Page 121
• SB/PC
Timed local door lock release connection variant.
Page 122
• SB2/AAK
Connection of call repetition devices on bracket
Art. 4784, 5714C and interphone Art. 2628, 2638.
Page 122
• GEN/AAB
Use of Art. 1232 on bracket 5714C for filtering interference
on terminals S+ and S-.
Page 123
• VARIANT A
Addition of landing call pushbutton.
Page 123
• SB2/AAG
Use of LED for various functions on Bravo monitor
Art. 5702.
Page 124
• VARIANT C
Video request on monitor Art. 5702, 5802 and 4780.
Page 124
• SB2/AAF
Use for various functions of pushbutton 1 (C.NO. contact,
max 24V 100Ma) of Monitor Art. 5702, 5802
on bracket Art. 5714C.
Page 125
• SB2/AAH
Use of LED for various functions on Diva monitor Art. 4780
and hands-free interphone Art. 4781.
Page 125
• SB2/AAI
Use for various functions of pushbutton 3 (C.NO. contact,
max 24V 100Ma) of monitor Art. 4780, 4781
on bracket Art. 4784.
Page 126
• VARIANT E
Automatic answering module Art. 4780, 4781.
Page 126
• VARIANT D
Setting pushbutton 1 on monitor Art. 5702, Art. 5802,
Art. 4780 and Diva hands-free interphone Art. 4781.
Page 126
• SB/AAA
Use of LED for various functions on Style interphone
Art. 2618.
Page 127
• SB2/AAC
Use for various functions of pushbutton P1 on interphone
Art. 2638.
Page 127
• SB2/OSC
Installation of Art. 2610 in mixed audio/video systems. Page 127
• SB/X1
Various usages of pushbutton P3 on interphone
Art. 2628.
Page 128
• SB/X
Use for various functions of pushbutton P2 on interphone
Art. 2610.
Page 128
• SB/X2
Various usages of pushbuttons P8 and P9
on interphone Art. 2618.
Page 128
• VARIANT F
Changing ringtones Art. 5702 and 2618.
Page 129
• VARIANT G
Changing Art. 4780 ringtones.
Page 129
• VARIANT H
Automatic switch-on Art. 4780, Art. 5702 and Art. 5802. Page 129
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CONNECTION VARIANTS
GROUP S.P.A.
SB2V/01PXM
A
System with 1 Powercom Series video entrance.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
MT SBC 01
90
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SB2V/03GC
A
System with 2 Powercom Series video entrances.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB2V/012GC
A
System with 1 Powercom Series video entrance and MAX 9 Mixer-power supplies Art. 4888C.
Cut only the resistor of the
output used.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
MT SBC 01
92
A
MT SBC 01
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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MT SBC 01
GROUP S.P.A.
SB2V/EN/115GC
A
System with 1 main video entrance and MAX 9 Powercom series secondary audio units.
Cut only the resistor of the
output used.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
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94
A
MT SBC 01
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB2V/EN/112GC
A
System with 1 main video entrance and MAX 9 Powercom series secondary video units.
Cut only the resistor of the
output used.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
MT SBC 01
96
A
MT SBC 01
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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MT SBC 01
GROUP S.P.A.
SB2V/EN/103GC
A
Video door entry system with one main entrance and porter switchboard Art. 1998A.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
MT SBC 01
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MT SBC 01
SB2V/EN/159GC
A
System with 2 video entrances and porter switchboard Art. 1998A.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900 are compatible
with Simplebus Color system. Please refer to specific technical leaflets
FT/SBC/11, FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB2V/EN/220GC
A
Video door entry system with one main entrance, MAX 9 secondary video units and porter switchboard Art. 1998A.
Cut only the resistor of the
output used.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
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100
A
MT SBC 01
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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MT SBC 01
GROUP S.P.A.
SB2/EN/001
A
Variant using bracket Art. 4784 in audio only systems.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
MT SBC 01
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MT SBC 01
SB2/BGC
A
Connection of MAX 4 riser branches for each mixer/power supply Art. 4888C.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB2/GGC
A
Connection in series of several internal units (up to 25 for branch of Art. 4888C).
In the event of connection in series, the MAX number of internal units (monitors or interphones) that can be connected
to each riser branch of mixer/power supply Art. 4888C is 25. Each interphone Art. 2628 or Art. 2638 must be preceded
by an Art. 1214/2C. For the distances permitted between the internal unit furthest away and the Mixer-power supply
Art. 4888C according to the cables, please refer to the table on page 84 column A.
Planux Monitor ref.6101
and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus
Color system.
Please refer to specific
technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13
for further information.
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SB2/AAR
A
Connection of video amplifier Art. 4833C.
RISER LINE
FROM EXTERNAL UNIT
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
SB2/CC
Connection in series of Art. 4834/9.
Only cut the resistance of the output used
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
If you need more than the 9 branches provided by one 4834/9 concentrator, you can connect a second 4834/9 in series to the output of the first. Interpose an amplifier
Art. 4833C for each additional Art. 4834/9. Use a maximum of 3 outputs of the first 4834/9 in this configuration for a maximum total of 33 branches.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB2V/01GTCC
A
System with 1 main audio entrance with remote camera.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
To be powered separately
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
MT SBC 01
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SB2V/017GC
A
Simplebus Color system with remote camera switcher Art. 1259C in generic actuator mode.
To be powered separately
For setting and operation of Art. 1259C
see page 54.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB2V/018GC
A
Simplebus Color system with remote camera switcher Art.1259C in generic actuator mode with porter switchboard.
To be powered separately
For setting and operation of Art. 1259C
see page 54.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
MT SBC 01
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MT SBC 01
SB2/MBC
A
Installation of Art. 1256 in Simplebus Color mixed Audio/Video systems.
To set functions A,C,D,E
of Art. 1256, see page 52.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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MT SBC 01
GROUP S.P.A.
SB2V/019GC
A
Simplebus Color system with remote camera switcher Art.1259C in actuator with code mode.
To be powered separately
For setting and operation of Art. 1259C
see page 54.
MT SBC 01
110
A
MT SBC 01
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB2V/EN/155GC
A
Installation of Art.1256 for function D (secondary door lock release) in Simplebus Color mixed audio/video systems.
To set functions A,C,D,E of Art. 1256, see page 52.
* Local door lock release pushbutton
MT SBC 01
112
A
MT SBC 01
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB2/NC
A
Secondary Door opening with Art. 1256 branched before Art. 4888C.
To set functions A,C,D,E of Art. 1256, see page 52.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
SB/GC
Art.1256 branched on the external unit.
To set functions A,C,D,E of Art. 1256, see page 52.
* Local door lock
release pushbutton
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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SB2/A3BC
A
Connection in series of monitors with the same user code powered separately.
• Switch-on only of Main monitor in response to call.
• Switch-on in response to pressing of pushbutton 2 of the
Secondary monitors after (Video Request call).
• Ringtone on all monitors.
MAIN
MONITOR
MAIN
MONITOR
MAIN
MONITOR
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
SB2/A2BC
Connection in series of monitors with the same user code powered from the riser.
• Switch-on only of Main monitor in response to call.
• Switch-on in response to pressing of pushbutton 2 of the
Secondary monitors after (Video Request call).
• Ringtone on all monitors.
MAIN
MONITOR
SECONDARY
MONITOR
SECONDARY
MONITOR
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB2/A1BC
A
Branch connection of monitors with the same user code powered from the riser.
• Switch-on only of Main monitor
in response to call.
• Switch-on in response to
pressing of pushbutton 2 of the
Secondary monitors after
(Video Request call).
• Ringtone on all monitors.
SECONDARY MONITOR
SECONDARY MONITOR
MAIN MONITOR
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
SB2/A5BC
Connection of audio interphone users in mixed systems. Branch connection of interphones from the riser.
MAIN
MONITOR
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
MT SBC 01
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MT SBC 01
SB2/A4BC
A
Connection of audio interphone users in mixed systems. Interphones in series from the riser.
MAIN
MONITOR
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
SB2/AAW
Branch connection of additional interphones from the monitor.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB/UC
A
Digital video entrance connection variant with Art. 3340-3342.
* Local door lock
release pushbutton
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
SB/KC
Connection with modules 3262/0 (combined with module 1602) or 3268/0 (combined with module 4660C).
* Local door lock
release pushbutton
Set module 3070/A to Simplebus mode = 1 (see paragraph 4B-6 on page 19). Factory setting.
MT SBC 01
118
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
MT SBC 01
CA/EN/108
A
Diagram for connection of Art. 1319 to modules Art. 3340 and Art. 3342.
Computer
Art. 1319
Set jumper JP1 to “MODE 1”
(see figure)
Braided, shielded
telephone cable
CAUTION:
- It is possible to use a maximum of 5 terminals Art. 3340-3342.
- Maximum distance between Art. 1319 and the furthest terminal Art. 3340-3342: 100 m.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
CA/EN/109
Diagram for connection of Art. 1319 to modules Art. 3070/A and 3072/A.
Computer
Art. 1319
Set jumper JP1 to “MODE 1” (see
figure).
Braided and
shielded cable
CAUTION:
It is possible to use a maximum of 5 terminals Art. 3070/A -3072/A.
Maximum distance between Art. 1319 and the furthest terminal Art. 3070/A – 3072/A: 100 m.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB2/AAS
A
Simplebus Color audio-video system with Roma keypad and module Art. 3063B.
* Local door lock release
pushbutton
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
For the use and programming of modules 3063B and 3064B, see page 78.
To use more than 2 pushbuttons, only mount modules 3063B or 3063/A.
SB/AAEC
Simplebus Color audio-video system with Roma keypad and module Art. 3063/A.
* Local door lock
release pushbutton
Use and programming of modules 3063/A and 3064/A.
1602 - 4660 - 4660C
Connect together all the wires of the common
terminal (C) of the various modules.
Connect the 68K resistor (included in the pack)
only to the first module.
When programming the pushbuttons, shortcircuit the resistor (on first module only) and
proceed as described on page 78.
To use more than 2 pushbuttons, only
mount modules 3063B or 3063/A.
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Planux Monitor ref.6101
and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus
Color system.
Please refer to specific
technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13
for further information.
MT SBC 01
SB2/AAV
A
Simplebus Color audio-video system with Vandalcom keypad and module Art. 3064B.
* Local door lock
release pushbutton
For the use and programming of modules 3063B and 3064B, see page 78.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
SB2/AAFC
Simplebus Color audio-video system with Vandalcom keypad and module Art. 3064/A.
* Local door lock
release pushbutton
Use and programming of modules 3063/A and 3064/A.
1602 - 4660 - 4660C
Connect together all the wires of the common
terminal (C) of the various modules.
Connect the 68K resistor (included in the pack)
only to the first module.
When programming the pushbuttons, shortcircuit the resistor (on first module only) and
proceed as described on page 78.
Planux Monitor ref.6101
and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus
Color system.
Please refer to specific
technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13
for further information.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB/PC
A
Timed local door lock release connection variant.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
SB2/AAK
Connection of call repetition devices on bracket Art. 4784, 5714C and interphone Art. 2628, 2638.
20m MAX
The total sum of the number of internal units with the same user code and the number
of call repetition devices connected to these internal units must not exceed 4.
Connect only one call repetition device for each internal unit.
Use shielded cable for the connection and do not run the cables near heavy inductive
loads or power supply cables (230V / 400V).
Set Art. 1122/A to operation at 12V. Connect only low-voltage devices to the C.NO
contacts of Art. 1122/A.
If inductive loads are connected, the connection of a 470nF capacitor in parallel
with the C.NO. contacts of Art. 1122/A is recommended.
MT SBC 01
122
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
MT SBC 01
GEN/AAB
A
Use of Art. 1232 on bracket 5714C for filtering interference on terminals S+ and S-.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
VARIANT A
Addition of landing call pushbutton.
If there are several interphones or monitor brackets with the same user code, connect
the CFP pushbutton to one only; all the devices will ring simultaneously.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB2/AAG
A
Use of LEDs for various functions on Bravo monitors Art. 5702.
The signalling LED flashes in the presence of voltage on terminals + LED - LED.
VARIANT C
Video request on monitors Art. 5702, 5802 and 4780.
Video request on monitors with brackets Art. 5714C set as Secondary
(see JP1 in figure, in position S).
The Video Request function does not need enabling; it allows a monitor
to be switched on following a call for the user from the external unit.
Use of Video Request function: the monitor switches on automatically
with the lifting of the receiver or with the pressing and immediate release
of pushbutton 2 (if the factory settings have been kept), or of the
pushbutton programmed by means of Art. 1251/A, which has this
function.
Video Request on monitor with brackets Art. 4784 set as Secondary
(see JP1 in the figure, position S).
The Video Request function does not need enabling; it allows a monitor
to be switched on following a call for the user from the external unit.
Use of Video Request function: the monitor switches on automatically when
you press the speech button
or when you press and immediately release pushbutton 2 (if the factory settings are kept) or the pushbutton programmed by means of Art. 1251/A for this function.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
MT SBC 01
124
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
MT SBC 01
SB2/AAF
A
Use for various functions of pushbutton 1 (C.NO contact, max 24V 100mA) of Monitor Art. 5702, 5802 on bracket Art. 5714C.
Remove CV3, CV4.
1
1
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
SB2/AAH
Use of LEDs for various functions on Diva monitor Art. 4780 and hands-free interphone Art. 4781.
The signalling LED flashes in the presence of voltage on terminals LED + LED.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB2/AAI
A
Use for various functions of pushbutton 3 (NO contact, max 24V 100mA) of Monitor Art. 4780, 4781 on bracket Art. 4784.
Remove CV3, CV4.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro
Monitor ref. 5900 are compatible
with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical
leaflets FT/SBC/11, FT/PLALUX/01
and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
VARIANT E
Automatic response Art. 4780, 4781.
Automatic Response function: when this function is
activated, the monitor automatically switches on the
audio when a call is received.
To activate this function, press DIP switch S2-2 on
bracket Art. 4784 as shown in the figure (if there is
more than one bracket with the same user code,
activate the function on one only)
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
Use of LEDs for various functions: Jumpers CV4 and CV5 in position B.
VARIANT D
Setting pushbutton 1 on monitor Art. 5702, Art. 5802, Art. 4780 and Diva hands-free interphone Art. 4781.
To set the generic actuator function on pushbutton 1, set DIP switch S2 on bracket Art. 5714C or Art. 4784 as shown in the figure.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro
Monitor ref. 5900 are compatible
with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical
leaflets FT/SBC/11, FT/PLALUX/01
and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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SB/AAA
L
L
E+ ED D
A
Use of LEDs for various functions on Style interphone Art. 2618.
2618
8
8
9
9
Use of LEDs for various functions: Jumpers CV4 and CV5 in position B.
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
SB2/AAC
Use for various purposes of pushbutton P1 on interphone Art. 2638.
2638
1
Remove jumpers CV1 and CV2
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro
Monitor ref. 5900 are compatible
with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical
leaflets FT/SBC/11, FT/PLALUX/01
and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
SB2/OSC
Installation of Art. 2610 in mixed Audio/Video systems.
2610
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
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GROUP S.P.A.
SB/X1
A
Use for various functions of pushbutton P3 on interphone Art. 2628.
2628
3
3
3
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
SB/X
Use for various purposes of pushbutton P3 on interphone Art. 2610.
2610
2
Remove jumpers CV2 and CV3
Planux Monitor ref.6101 and Maestro Monitor ref. 5900
are compatible with Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01 and FT/SBC/13 for further information.
SB/X2
Various usages of pushbuttons P8 and P9 on interphone Art. 2618.
CP8 CC8
CP9 CC9
Remove jumpers CP8 CC8 and CP9 CC9.
L
L
E+ ED D
8
8
9
2618
9
9
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128
8
Planux Monitor ref.6101
and Maestro Monitor ref.
5900 are compatible with
Simplebus Color system.
Please refer to specific
technical leaflets FT/SBC/11,
FT/PLALUX/01
and FT/SBC/13 for
further information.
MT SBC 01
VARIANT F
1 Keep the
pushbutton pressed until a confirmation tone sounds (this
operation is only possible in with the system in standby and the handset on
the hook; otherwise the signalling LED will flash to warn the user).
2 Press and release the Pushbutton
:
once (a confirmation tone sounds) to change the call ringtone from external
unit.
twice (2 confirm tones emitted) to change the switchboard call tone.
three times (3 confirmation tones sound) to change the door bell ringtone.
If the pushbutton is pressed
again the above sequence will repeat. After
the last time the Pushbutton
is pressed, wait for a confirmation tone
before passing on to the following stage.
3 Press and release the Pushbutton
to scroll the different tones available.
Keep the pushbutton pressed to hear the same tone repeatedly
.
4 Lift the handset and replace it to confirm selection of the last ringtone heard and
to exit (at any time) from ‘change ringtone’ mode.
On exiting ‘change ringtone’ mode, a confirmation tone will be given.
VARIANT G
Changing Art. 4780 ringtones.
1 Keep the
pushbutton pressed until a confirmation tone sounds (this
operation is only possible with the system in standby mode; otherwise the
signalling LED will flash to warn the user).
2 Press and release the Pushbutton
:
once (a confirmation tone sounds) to change the call ringtone from external unit.
twice (2 confirm tones emitted) to change the switchboard call tone.
three times (3 confirmation tones sound) to change the door bell ringtone.
If the pushbutton is pressed
again the above sequence will repeat.
After the last time the Pushbutton
is pressed, wait for a confirmation
tone before passing on to the following stage.
3 Press and release the Pushbutton
to scroll the various tones
available in sequence. Keep the pushbutton pressed to hear the same tone
repeatedly
.
4 Press the button
to confirm the selection of the last ringtone that was
heard and to exit (at any time) the monitor tone selection mode. On exiting
monitor ringtone change mode a confirmation tone will sound.
VARIANT H
Automatic switch-on Art. 4780, Art. 5702 and Art. 5802.
Automatic Switch-on function (recommended only for systems with 1 or 2
entrances). The monitor is switched on either by pressing and immediately
releasing pushbutton 2 (if the factory settings have been kept) or by pressing
pushbutton Art. 1251/A, which has this function. Automatic switch-on is possible
only when the system is in standby.
Automatic switch-on can be disabled. To disable the function, press and hold the
monitor automatic switch-on pushbutton for more than 6 sec.
When the setting has been made, a single confirmation tone will be emitted.
To enable the function, keep the same pushbutton pressed for more than
4 seconds. In this case, a double confirmation tone is heard.
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Changing ringtones on Art. 5702 and 2618.
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