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COM2 Communications Controller
Preface
Purpose of This Manual
This manual provides step-by-step installation instructions and connection examples, along with basic user information for
installation and ongoing use of the COM2 Communications Controller. This manual is written for the installer of this equipment.
Organization
The following information is contained in this manual:
Safety Information
Provides a comprehensive list of safety practices and procedures allowing for
the safe installation and operation of the COM2 Communications Controller.
Introduction
Provides a description of COM2 Communications Controller front panel controls and indicators, special features, an explanation & description of the
Quick Reference Telephone Features Guide and front panel adjustments and
switch settings.
COM2 System Design
Overview
Provides a system design application overview of the COM2 Communications
Controller when used in the following applications; Stand-Alone, Z•Series,
System6, System12, trigger input and outputs and relay design.
COM2 System Connections
Overview
Provides COM2 Communications Controller system connections to included
trigger output connections, volume control connections, door station connections, relay connections and telephone connections from the phone company
and to the inside phones.
Troubleshooting
Provides a troubleshooting table to help fix common discrepancies that may
be associated with the COM2 Communications Controller.
Specifications
Appendix A provides equipment specifications for the COM2 Communications
Controller.
Door Stations
Appendix B provides installation instructions for mounting the ELAN DSF3,
DSC3 and DSS3 Door Stations.
Documentation Revision Change Log
Revision
Description
9900819 Rev A
Initial Installation Manual release.
9900819 Rev B
Updates and corrections after initial product release.
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Safety Information
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the
risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following:
Read Information—All the safety and operating information should be read before the appliance is operated.
Follow Information—All operating and use information should be followed.
Retain Information—The safety and operating information should be retained for future reference.
Heed Warnings—All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be heeded.
Wall Mounting—Mounting of this appliance should be done only by an authorized installer.
Ventilation—The appliances should be situated so that their location or position does not interfere with their proper ven-
tilation. These appliances should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. These appliances should not be
placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or cabinet that may impede the flow of air through the ventilation openings.
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Water and Moisture—To reduce the risk of electric shock or fire, these appliances should not be used near water--––for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool.
Power Cord Protection—Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Telephones—Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of
electrical shock from lightning. Do not use a telephone to report a gas leak if the leak is in the vicinity of the ELAN electronic equipment because of risk of fire or explosion.
Cleaning—Unplug the apparatus from the power outlet before cleaning. Use only a dry cloth to clean the apparatus.
Power Lines—An outdoor antenna should be located away from power lines. When installing an outside antenna system,
extreme care should be taken to avoid touching power lines or circuits, as contact with them may be fatal.
Outdoor Antenna Grounding—If an outside antenna or cable system is
connected to these audio products, be sure the antenna or cable system is
grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up
static charges. Section 810 of the U.S. National Electrical Code, and Section 54
of the Canadian Electrical Code, provide information with respect to proper
grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire
to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of
antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements
for the grounding electrode. See the grounding diagram (right).
Overloading—Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords, as this
could result in fire or electric shock. Object and Liquid Entry—Never insert
objects of any kind through the openings of these appliances, as they may
touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or
electric shock. Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the appliance through openings in the enclosure.
Servicing—Do not attempt to service these appliances yourself, as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Damage Requiring Service—These appliances should be serviced by qualified service personnel when:
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A power supply connection or a plug has been damaged or
If liquid has been spilled into the appliance or objects have fallen into the appliance or
The appliance has been exposed to water or moisture or
The appliance does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance or
The appliance has been dropped or the enclosure damaged.
Replacement Parts—When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may
result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. The Master Control Unit battery should be replaced only after turning the
power off and only by an authorized installer.
Safety Check—Upon completion of any service or repairs to this audio product, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the audio product is in proper operating condition.
Lightning Storms—Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
Attachments and Accessories—Use only attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
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Cart, Stand, Tripod, Bracket or Table—Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip over.
Disconnect Device—Where the mains plug or an appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect
device shall remain operable.
Gas Leak—Do not use the telephone to report a as leak in the vicinity of the leak.
Caution—To reduce the risk of fire, use only No. 26 AWG or larger telecommunication line cord.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANTES MESURES DE SÉCURITÉ
Certaines mesures de sécurité doivent être prises pendant l’utilisation de matérial téléphonique afin de réduire les risques
d’incendie, de choc électrique et de blessures. En voici quelquesunes:
Ne pas utiliser l’appareil près de l’eau, p.ex., près d’une baignoire, d’un lavabo, d’un évier de cuisine, d’un bac à laver, dans
un sous-sol humide ou près d’une piscine.
Éviter d’utiliser le téléphone (sauf s’il s’agit d’un appareil sans fil) pendant un orage électrique. Ceci peut présenter un risque
de choc électrique causé par la foudre.
Ne pas utiliser l’appareil téléphonique pour signaler une fuite de gaz s’il est situé près de la fuite
il convient que l’aération ne soit pas gênée par l’obstruction des ouvertures d’aération par des objets tels que journaux,
nappes, rideaux, etc.;
il convient de ne pas place sur l’appareil des source de flammes nues, telles que des bougies allumées;
que l’appareil ne doit pas être exposè á des ègouttements d’eau ou des èclaboussures et de plus u’aucun objet rempli de
liquide tel que des vases ne doit être placé sur l’appareil.
Un avertissment qu’un appareil de construction de CLASSE l doit être connecté à un socle du réseau d’alimentation muni
d’une connexion à la terre de protection.
lorsque la prise du RÉSEAU D’ALIMENTATION ou une prise placée sur l’appareil est utilisèe comme dispositif de déconnexion,
ce dispositif doit demeuré aisément accessible;
ATTENTION - Pour réduire les rusques d’incendies, utiliser uniquement des conducteurs de télécommunications 26 AWG au
de sectioin supérleure.
CONSERVER CES INSTRUCTIONS
This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications.
IMPORTANT USER INFORMATION
The ELAN Home Systems COM2 Communications Controller complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the bottom side of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier in the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this number must be provided to the telephone company.
ACTA-FCC Registration Number: US: 5J7MA07ACOM2
Industry Canada Registration Number: 2488-5235A
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN): 0.7A
The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to a telephone line. Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most but not all areas, the sum of RENs
should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to a line, as determined by the total
RENs, contact the local telephone company. For products approved after July 23, 2001, the REN for this product is. part of the
product identifier that has the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits represented by ## are the REN without a decimal point
(e.g., 03 is a REN of 0.3). For earlier products, the REN is separately shown on the label.
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If your telephone equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may discontinue your service
temporarily. If possible, they will notify you in advance. But, if advance notice isn’t practical, you will be notified as soon as
possible. You will be notified of your right to file a complaint with the FCC. Connection to party line service is subject to state
tariffs. Contact the state public utility commission, public service commission or corporation commission for information.
If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone line, ensure the installation of this [equipment
ID] does not disable your alarm equipment. If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment, consult your telephone company or a qualified installer. Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or
procedures that could affect the proper functioning of your equipment. If they do, you will be notified in advance to give you an
opportunity to maintain uninterrupted telephone service. If you experience trouble with this telephone equipment, please contact ELAN TECHNICAL SUPPORT at 1-800-622-3526 for information on obtaining service or repairs. The telephone company may ask that you disconnect this equipment from the network until the problem has been corrected or until you are sure
the equipment is not malfunctioning.
If the telephone features are not functioning or are malfunctioning, switch off the COM2 Communications Controller (located on
the rear panel). This will directly connect the telephone line with all the telephones connected to the package. Contact your
dealer for repairs.
This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company. Connection of party lines is subject to
state tariffs. (Contact your state public utility commission for information).
DISCLAIMER:
The ELAN COM2 Communications Controller is an advanced design capable of interfacing with most telecommunication
devices and central office switches. It has been thoroughly tested and should work satisfactorily with most telephone equipment. However, ELAN in no way represents, guarantees, or claims that the ELAN COM2 Communications Controller will
achieve 100% functionality with every manufacturer’s telephone equipment or with every central office feature.
ELAN Home Systems strongly recommends the use of a quality in-line Telephone Surge Suppressor such as the Z•POWER
Power Controller or TH31SRG surge Protection Hub. This device should be installed between the incoming telephone service line and the COM2’s TELCO IN jack. If your installer has not installed such a device, please insist that they do so. For
additional protection on large wiring networks, surge suppression can also be added in series with the COM2’s PHONE OUT
jack, protecting your house network and COM2 from surge in both directions.
Although the installation of telephone line surge suppression is an important precautionary measure to take in protecting
your COM2 from surge-related damage, it does not completely eliminate the possibility of surges entering into the system
through the telco line due to near or direct lightning strikes. ELAN Home Systems does not warranty this, or any product
against surge-related damage; nor does this warning imply that, if surge protection is installed and the unit is subsequently
damaged by surge, ELAN Home Systems would repair or replace the unit under warranty. Please consult the warranty policy
of the surge protection device you are installing for information on product repair/replacement in the event of surge-related
damage.
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Table of Contents
Purpose of This Manual ........................................................................................................................................... i
Organization ........................................................................................................................................................ i
Safety Information ................................................................................................................................................... ii
Chapter 1 Introduction
Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................... 1-1
Figure 1-1: COM2 Communications Controller ............................................................................. 1-1
A Better Intercom ........................................................................................................................................... 1-1
A Great Door System ..................................................................................................................................... 1-1
Step-Saving Convenience ............................................................................................................................. 1-1
Intuitive Operation .......................................................................................................................................... 1-1
Automation In Mind ........................................................................................................................................ 1-2
Bulletproof Design .......................................................................................................................................... 1-2
The COM2 and Your Phone Line ........................................................................................................................ 1-2
Where Do You Install It? ................................................................................................................................. 1-2
Features ............................................................................................................................................................... 1-2
Paging ............................................................................................................................................................. 1-2
Phone-to-Phone Intercom ............................................................................................................................. 1-2
Music-On-Hold ............................................................................................................................................... 1-2
Door Station Communication & Chimes ....................................................................................................... 1-2
Selectable Door Chimes ................................................................................................................................ 1-3
Home Automation .......................................................................................................................................... 1-3
Telemute ......................................................................................................................................................... 1-3
Music Mute ..................................................................................................................................................... 1-3
On Hold Alert .................................................................................................................................................. 1-3
Off Hook Alert ................................................................................................................................................. 1-3
System Bypass ............................................................................................................................................... 1-3
Quick Reference Telephone Features Guide ...................................................................................................... 1-4
Figure 1-2: Quick Reference Card.................................................................................................. 1-4
A Quick Explanation ....................................................................................................................................... 1-5
How To ............................................................................................................................................................ 1-5
Fax Machines, Modems, and Caller ID Boxes .............................................................................................. 1-6
Paging ............................................................................................................................................................. 1-6
Incoming Calls While Paging ......................................................................................................................... 1-7
Paging With A Caller On Line ........................................................................................................................ 1-7
Incoming Calls While Using the Door Station Assembly .............................................................................. 1-7
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Table of Contents (cont’d)
Panel Functions ................................................................................................................................................... 1-7
Front ................................................................................................................................................................ 1-7
Figure 1-3: COM2 Front Panel Controls & Indicators.................................................................... 1-7
Front Panel LED Description .................................................................................................................. 1-8
Figure 1-4: COM2 Front Panel LEDs .............................................................................................. 1-8
Table 1-1: COM2 Front Panel LED’s ............................................................................................... 1-8
Rear ................................................................................................................................................................. 1-9
Figure 1-5: COM2 Rear Panel Connections................................................................................... 1-9
Front Panel Adjustments ........................................................................................................................ 1-9
Figure 1-6: Front Panel Adjustments ............................................................................................. 1-9
COM2 Front Panel DIP Switch Settings ........................................................................................................... 1-10
Figure 1-7: Front Panel DIP Switch Setting ................................................................................. 1-10
Chapter 2 COM2 System Design Overview
Stand-Alone Stereo System Application ............................................................................................................ 2-1
Figure 2-1: Stand-Alone Stereo Design Overview......................................................................... 2-1
System6 Design Application ............................................................................................................................... 2-2
Figure 2-2: System6 Design Overview ........................................................................................... 2-2
System12 Design Application ............................................................................................................................. 2-3
Figure 2-3: System12 Design Overview ......................................................................................... 2-3
Z•Series System Application .............................................................................................................................. 2-4
Figure 2-4: Z•Series System Overview .......................................................................................... 2-4
Trigger Input Design Application ........................................................................................................................ 2-5
Figure 2-5: Trigger Input Design Overview .................................................................................. 2-5
Relay Design Application .................................................................................................................................... 2-6
Figure 2-6: Relay Design Overview ............................................................................................... 2-6
Chapter 3 COM2 System Connections Overview
System Control .................................................................................................................................................... 3-1
COM2 Rear Panel Connections .......................................................................................................................... 3-1
COM2 to VMO or VSO Volume Controls ............................................................................................... 3-1
Figure 3-1: COM2 to VMO or VSO Volume Controls Wiring Pinout.............................................. 3-1
COM2 to Electronic Volume Control ..................................................................................................... 3-1
Figure 3-2: COM2 to Electronic Volume Control Wiring Pinout.................................................... 3-2
COM2 to PVSE Electronic Volume Control Precision Panel ................................................................ 3-2
Figure 3-3: COM2 to PVSE Electronic Volume Control Precision Panel Wiring Pinout............... 3-2
COM2 Trigger Outputs ........................................................................................................................... 3-3
Figure 3-4: COM2 Trigger Outputs................................................................................................. 3-3
Table 3-1: COM2 Trigger Outputs ................................................................................................... 3-3
COM2 Relays .......................................................................................................................................... 3-4
Figure 3-5: COM2 to RELAY Wiring Using External Power Supply .............................................. 3-4
Figure 3-6: COM2 to RELAY Wiring Using Internal Power Supply ............................................... 3-4
COM2 To Incoming CO & Phones ......................................................................................................... 3-5
Table: Telephone Wiring Standard.................................................................................................. 3-5
Figure 3-7: COM2 to TELCO and PHONES ................................................................................... 3-5
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COM2 to Door Station Connections ...................................................................................................... 3-5
Figure 3-8: COM2 to DSC3 Door Station Wiring Pinout (Option 1) .............................................. 3-6
Figure 3-9: COM2 to DSC3 Door Station Wiring Pinout (Option 2) .............................................. 3-6
Figure 3-10: COM2 to DSF3 or DSS3 Door Station Wiring Pinout ............................................... 3-7
COM2 to Trigger Inputs .......................................................................................................................... 3-7
Figure 3-11: COM2 to Trigger Inputs Pinout.................................................................................. 3-7
Typical Telephone Service Connections ............................................................................................................. 3-8
Connecting Telephone Service & Telephone Surge Protection to the System ............................................ 3-8
Figure 3-12: Connecting Telephone Service to the TH31 SRG Telephone Master Hub.............. 3-8
Connecting Telephone Extensions to the TH48 Telephone Expansion Hub ............................................... 3-9
Figure 3-13: Connecting Telephone Service to the TH31 SRG Telephone Master Hub.............. 3-9
New Construction ................................................................................................................................. 3-10
Figure 3-14: New Construction Application................................................................................. 3-10
Retrofit .................................................................................................................................................. 3-11
Figure 3-15: Retrofit Application .................................................................................................. 3-11
Connecting The COM2 To A Multi-Line Telephone system ........................................................................ 3-12
Figure 3-16: Connecting Telephone Service to the TH31 SRG Telephone Master Hub............ 3-12
Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) ....................................................................................................................... 3-13
DSL Filters ............................................................................................................................................ 3-13
Figure 3-17: DSL Filters ................................................................................................................ 3-13
Standalone Connections (Without an ELAN Multi-Room Controller) .............................................................. 3-14
Pre-Amp/Amp ............................................................................................................................................... 3-14
Figure 3-18: COM2 to a Pre-Amp/Power Amp Stereo System................................................... 3-14
Receiver Based System ............................................................................................................................... 3-14
Figure 3-19: COM2 to a Stereo Receiver Pre-Out Main-In Jacks............................................... 3-14
Stereo Receiver - Tape Loop ....................................................................................................................... 3-15
Figure 3-20: COM2 to a Stereo Receiver Through the Tape In/Tape Out Jacks ....................... 3-15
Paging & Door Chime Using Two Independent Stereo Systems ............................................................... 3-16
Figure 3-21: Page & Door Chime using Two Independent Stereo Systems .............................. 3-16
COM2 Trigger Outputs to SIM2 Sensor Integration Module ...................................................................... 3-17
Figure 3-22: COM2 to SIM2 Connections .................................................................................... 3-17
ELAN Multi-Room Controller-Based Connections ........................................................................................... 3-18
COM2 to System6 Connections .................................................................................................................. 3-18
Figure 3-23: COM2 ELAN System6 interconnects ...................................................................... 3-18
COM2 To System12 ...................................................................................................................................... 3-19
S12 MOH/Page Trigger Input ............................................................................................................... 3-19
Figure 3-24: COM2 To ELAN System12 interconnects (Part 1) .................................................. 3-19
COM2 to S12 Multi-Chassis Connections ........................................................................................... 3-20
Figure 3-25: COM2 To ELAN System12 interconnects (Part 2) .................................................. 3-20
S12 Sense Trigger Inputs ..................................................................................................................... 3-20
Figure 3-26: COM2 To ELAN System12 interconnects ............................................................... 3-20
COM2 to Z•System ...................................................................................................................................... 3-21
Figure 3-27: COM2 To ELAN Z•System interconnects ............................................................... 3-21
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Table of Contents (cont’d)
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
Table 4-1:
Table 4-2:
Table 4-3:
Table 4-4:
Table 4-5:
Telephone Troubleshooting Procedures....................................................................... 4-1
COM2 Door Station Troubleshooting Procedures........................................................ 4-2
COM2 Relay Troubleshooting Procedures ................................................................... 4-5
COM2 Adjustments Troubleshooting Procedures ........................................................ 4-5
COM2 Volume Control Troubleshooting Procedures ................................................... 4-6
Appendix A Specifications
Table A-1: COM2 Communications Controller Specifications....................................................... A-1
Appendix B Door Stations
Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................... B-1
Door Stations Models .................................................................................................................................... B-1
Specifications ................................................................................................................................................. B-2
Table B-1: Specifications ................................................................................................................ B-2
PreWiring & Installing The Door Stations .............................................................................................. B-2
Figure B-1: Recommended Camera Height................................................................................... B-3
Door Station DIP Switch Settings .................................................................................................................. B-3
Figure B-2: Door Station DIP Switch Settings ............................................................................... B-3
Figure B-3: DIP Switch Locations .................................................................................................. B-4
VBRM Video Balun ................................................................................................................................. B-4
Figure B-4: VBRM Video Balun ...................................................................................................... B-5
Non VBRM Applications ................................................................................................................................ B-5
Figure B-5: DSC3 Without VBRM................................................................................................... B-5
DSF3 & DSC3 Installation ....................................................................................................................... B-6
Figure B-6: Mounting the DSC3 or DSF3 Trim Brackets............................................................... B-6
Figure B-7: Camera Wire Orientation ............................................................................................. B-6
DSC3 Doorbell Button Installation .........................................................................................................B-7
DSS3 Installation .................................................................................................................................... B-7
Figure B-8: Mounting the DSS3 Door Station................................................................................ B-8
Limited Warranty .............................................................................................................................Back Page
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Chapter 1: Introduction
Introduction
With the COM2 Communication Controller, your multi-room audio system will be transformed
into a whole-house communications network. This stand-alone component integrates intercom, telephone and home automation features with your existing audio system to seamlessly
create an environment of whole house communication and control.
Figure 1-1 COM2 Communications Controller
A Better Intercom
With the COM2, your audio system becomes a high-fidelity intercom system that is simple to
use. Page family members from any phone in your home. Hear clean, clear voice communications via ELAN in-wall or in-ceiling speakers as the music mutes automatically. To answer a
page, simply pick up the nearest phone. No unsightly wall units to contend with - just reliable,
high-fidelity voice and music. You’ll use it every day and wonder “how did I live without this
before?”
A Great Door System
In larger homes, hearing a doorbell and then answering it is no easy task. The COM2 is
designed to distribute up to ten different door chimes through in-wall or in-ceiling speakers,
alerting you to a visitor at any door entrance. With the DSS3, DSF3 or DSC3 Door Station
packages (optional), two-way communications and door latch control to any four dwelling
entrances is a “touch-tone” away. Simply pick up the phone to query a visitor or unlock a door.
Step-Saving Convenience
Park an incoming call while you take it on another phone. When you page, callers are
automatically put on hold and entertained with the COM2’s “Music-On-Hold” feature. If you
take a call in a room where music from the in-wall speakers is too loud––simply mute the
speaker audio from your phone. The COM2 will alert you with tones through the audio system
if you inadvertently leave a caller on hold too long or if the phone receiver is left off hook.
Intuitive Operation
Phone feature commands are simple and intuitive. Press the pound sign (#), followed by
simple, easy to remember feature keys like “P” (7) for Page, “H” (4) for placing a caller on Hold,
“D” (3) for talking through the Doorspeaker or “M” (6) for Muting the audio system music for
that call.
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Automation In Mind
With its relay control circuitry, the COM2 can also provide control of home automation
amenities such as lighting, drapes, outside gates, even security systems. Home automation
commands, such as the opening of drapes and turning lights on or off are easily executed via
the telephone keypad. Nothing could be more simple or more elegant.
Bulletproof Design
Enhanced ESD protection, transient voltage surge protection, and phone-line conditioning
circuitry guarantee years of enjoyment from your COM2. A high-output door speaker amplifier
and sensitive door microphone ensure superior two-way door communications.
The COM2 and Your Phone Line
Where Do You Install It?
The COM2 Controller installs on your phone line before all the telephones. This installation
assures that you will be able to utilize the COM2’s telephone and intercom features from any
phone in your home. The COM2 is typically installed close to the home’s whole-house audio
system or stereo system components. The COM2 provides communications features for up to
two separate phone lines from your local telephone provider.
The best thing about the COM2 Communications Controller is that it does not require special
or proprietary phones. Any touch-tone phone, including cordless, are all that is required for
convenient, easy to use intercom and call features!
Features
Paging
The COM2’s “Page” feature makes communicating to all rooms in your home as easy as
picking up a phone. The COM2’s page audio is heard through the same speakers that provide
music throughout your home.
Phone-to-Phone Intercom
After paging a family member, a room-to-room phone conversation can be conducted without
being heard over the in-wall speakers when the second user picks up a handset on the same line.
Music-On-Hold
Callers who are placed on hold enjoy music via the COM2’s “Music-On-Hold” feature
(dedicated Music-On-Hold source required).
Door Station Communication & Chimes
The COM2 provides two-way communication and door chimes for up to four dwelling
entrances. With the addition of an ELAN DSC3, DSS3 or DSF3 Doorstation Assembly, you
can conduct two-way conversations with any door station via your telephone. When someone
presses the ELAN doorbell button, a chime will sound over the speakers in every room. There
are ten selectable door chimes to choose from, so you can immediately identify which
entrance has a visitor.
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Selectable Door Chimes
The COM2 features 10 user-selectable door chimes that let you differentiate between door
stations. Unique chimes, such as sleigh bells, a fog horn and even a barking dog make for fun
door announcements that can easily be changed for the occasion. Here are the available door
chimes:
• 01 - 8-Note Bells (Door Station 1 default)
• 02 - 4-Note Bells (Door Station 2 default)
• 03 - 3-Note Bells (Door Station 3 default)
• 04 - 2-Note Bells (Door Station 4 default)
• 05 - “Ding-Dong”
• 06 - Fog Horn
• 07 - Mean Dog Barking
• 08 - Sleigh Bells
• 09 - Ping
• 10 - Sonar Blip
Home Automation
From your telephone, you can activate up to four relays that can be configured to trigger home
automation controls such as lighting, draperies, security systems or garage door openers.
Telemute
The COM2’s “Telemute” feature automatically mutes the music throughout your home
whenever a page or door chime is activated or whenever the phone rings. The music will come
back on once the page or door chime has ended or when you pick up the phone to answer
the call.
Music Mute
The COM2 mutes the music when you press #, M. The tunes come back when you hang up.
On Hold Alert
When you place a caller on hold, one minute after the phone is placed “on-hook” the COM2
will transmit a single beep over the speakers alerting you that the caller is still on hold.
Off Hook Alert
If any phone is left off hook, after two minutes a “double beep” is heard over all the speakers.
System Bypass
This feature allows you to override all COM2 phone features and enjoy call services provided
by your local phone company, bank or credit card company, etc.
When you want to call someone, simply pick up the phone and start dialing! It’s that simple.
It is not necessary to dial #, 9 before dialing out. There are, however, certain instances where
this feature will come in handy:
• When dialing out to an automated service that requires the use of “#” to access
services and enter information (i.e., banking by phone or credit card company).
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Quick Reference Telephone Features
Guide
Included with the COM2 Communications Controller, you will find two “Quick Reference”
Telephone Feature Cards.
Figure 1-2 Quick Reference Card
The COM2’s phone features are easy to remember and use, but these guides will come in
handy for those who are unfamiliar with the system or as a refresher.
The COM2 also gives you the capability of activating up to four low voltage relays from your
telephone keypad. These relays can be assigned to any home automation device of your
choosing. We have left you a labeling space beside each relay command on the bottom of the
Quick Reference Card.
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A Quick Explanation
All telephone feature commands are initiated from the keypad of your touch tone phone. They
are simple to use and easy to remember! All telephone feature commands begin with the #
(pound) symbol (factory preset).
NOTE: You have the option of choosing the * (star) symbol as the beginning
command key. This is selectable via DIP switch number 1 on the front of the
COM2. You may wish to select the star (*) command key if the pound symbol
is not compatible with your telephone/home office equipment or security
system that you are currently using in the home.
The second key press in each command coincides with the first letter of that feature––for
instance to place a caller on Hold, press #, then 4 (the H key on your telephone keypad).
The COM2 feature key press sequences can also be programmed to your telephone’s Speed
Dial buttons, For example: #,P can be programmed to Speed Dial Number 1 for Paging
throughout the home; #,D,1 and #,D,2 can be programmed to Speed Dial Numbers 2 & 3 for
instant doorspeaker communication; #1,1 (activate relay #1) can be programmed to Speed
Dial Number 4 to turn the lights on throughout the house at the press of a single digit (X-10
lighting control module or similar device required).
How To
Page- To Page throughout the house, simply press #, then 7 (the P key on your telephone
keypad). Speak into the phone receiver and your voice will be heard throughout the
house over the system's speakers. If music is present on the system's speakers, it will
automatically mute - allowing your page to be heard. If you have a caller on the line,
they will automatically be put on hold. You can get the caller back by simply pressing
any key (except “0”) on the telephone keypad or flash hook.
Phone-To-Phone Intercom - This feature allows you to first, Page a family member over the
house speakers, then speak with them over the phone without the conversation being
heard over the in-wall speakers. To perform this function, simply press #, then 7 (the P
key on your keypad) followed by the numeric 0 key.
Place A Caller On Hold - To place a caller on hold, simply press #, then 4 (the H key on your
keypad) and hang up. The call can then be taken on another phone elsewhere in your
home. Music-On-Hold is available to the outside caller while on hold.
Communicate With a Door Station - To speak with visitors at any one of four entrances to
your home, simply press #, then 3 (the D key on your telephone keypad) then the
number for the Door Station you wish to communicate with (1-4). (Requires ELAN Door
Station Assembly DSF3, DSS3, or DSC3). Should you need to communicate with
multiple Door Stations at the same time, you can toggle between them by pressing #, 3
(to speak with the door station that most recently had it's DB pressed), then 2 (speak
with Door Station 2), then 3 (speak with Door Station 3), then 1 (speak with Door
Station1), then 4 (speak with Door Station 4) and so on.
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Activate A Door Latch - If you wish to activate a door latch, simply press #, then 3 (the D key
on your telephone keypad) followed by a 0 (the door station that most recently had it's
DB pressed.), #, 3, 1, 0 (Door Station #1), #, 3, 2, 0 (Door Station #2), #, 3, 3, 0 (Door
Station #3) or #, 3, 4, 0 (Door Station #4). The door latch relay will remain open as long
as you hold the 0 key. Requires ELAN Door Station Assembly DSF3, DSS3, or DSC3 and
a latch mechanism installed at the door. Most cordless phones put out a fixed length
tone no matter how long you hold the button down.
Door Chime Select/Change - You may customize the chime that each door station makes. To
select or change this sound, press #, 2, 0 then the number of the desired Door Station,
then the desired chime (01-10). For example, to change Door Station 1 to chime #3,
press #, 2, 0, 1, 0, 3. To change Door Station 3 to chime 7, press #, 2, 0, 3, 0, 7.
Door Station Chime On/Off - You will hear the door chime through the Door Station speaker,
to provide audible feedback for the person at the Door Station. You may turn the chime
for each Door Station On or Off using the telephone. Press #, 5, 3, then the number of
the desired Door Station, then 0 (for OFF) or 1 (for ON). For example, to disable door
chime over Door Station 3, press #, 5, 3, 3, 0. To enable door chime over Door Station
1, press #, 5, 3, 1, 1.
Mute Music - When your phone rings, music through the system's speakers will mute
automatically until the phone is answered, or the caller hangs up. If you want to mute
the audio after you answer the call, simply press #, then 6 (the M key on your telephone
keypad). The music will mute for the duration of the call.
Activate A Relay - Up to four relay-controlled devices can be connected to the COM2. To
activate Relay 1, press #,1,1. To activate Relay 2, press #,1,2. To activate Relay 3, press
#,1,3. To activate Relay 4, press #,1,4. The relay is activated for the duration you press
the button.
Line Off-Hook Alert Enable/Disable - To turn the Line Off-Hook Alert On for Line 1, press #,
5, 6, 1, 1. To turn the Line Off-Hook Alert Off for Line 1, press #, 5, 6, 1, 0. To turn the
Line Off-Hook Alert On for Line 2, press #, 5, 6, 2, 1. To turn the Line Off-Hook Alert Off
for Line 2, press #, 5, 6, 2, 0.
Line On-Hold Alert Enable/Disable - To turn the Line On-Hold Alert On for Line 1, press #, 5,
4, 1, 1. To turn the Line On-Hold Alert Off for Line 1, press #, 5, 4, 1, 0. To turn the
Line On-Hold Alert On for Line 2, press #, 5, 4, 2, 1. To turn the Line On-Hold Alert Off
for Line 2, press #, 5, 4, 2, 0.
System Bypass (#9) - To bypass the COM2 allowing to access voice mail features or enter
information into automated phone systems such as banks, credit card companies, utility
companies, etc. press #, 9.
FACTORY DEFAULT - To restore the COM2 to Factory Default condition, press #, 0, 3, 3, 3.
Note: This will erase all previously customized settings!
Fax Machines, Modems, and Caller ID Boxes
Generally, these types of telephone equipment work well with the COM2 Communcation
Controller.
Paging
• Pick up any phone and press #, 7 (P). Your page will be heard through all the speakers in the
house. If there was music playing when you initiated the page, the music will mute for the
duration of the page and come back on when you hang up the phone or press any key
(except 0).
• Following a #,7 command with a numeric 0 will re-engage the audio over the speakers,
and connect your phone to the other phones on your line. The 0 can be initiated either
by the person performing the page or by a person picking up another extension.
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Incoming Calls While Paging
• While in page mode, if there is an incoming call you will hear a ring over the handset
every fourth ring. To access the caller, press any digit (except the “0”) or the flash-hook
button.
• While on a phone-to-phone intercom (#,7,0), if there is an incoming call, you will hear
the phone ring over the handset every fourth ring. To access the caller press any digit
except “0” or the flash-hook button.
Paging With A Caller On Line
• Pressing #, 7 (P) puts the caller on hold while you page. Pressing any digit (except 0)
will bring the caller back on line. If you hang up the phone after paging, the person you
paged need just pick up any phone in the house and the caller will be there.
• If you followed a #,7 command with a numeric 0 to initiate a phone-to-phone intercom,
press any digit, or the flash-hook button to get the caller back.
Incoming Calls While Using the Door Station Assembly
• Press #,3 (D) to initiate two-way communications to your ELAN Door Stations.
• If, while communicating via a door station, there is an incoming call, you will hear an
alert over the handset every fourth ring. To access the caller, press the flash-hook
button. To re-access the door station you must press the #,3 (D) keys again.
• If a user tries to access a door station while another user is accessing a door station, an
alert will be heard by the second user.
Panel Functions
Figure 1-3 and Figure 1-5 show front and back panel controls indicators and connections for
the COM2 Communication Controller.
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Front Panel LED Description
Figure 1-4 and Table 1-1 provide color and description of the COM2 Communications
Controller front panel LEDs.
1
2
3
4
5
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6
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LEXAN STRIP
Figure 1-4 COM2 Front Panel LEDs
Table 1-1 COM2 Front Panel LED’s
Item#
Indication
Status
1
Mute Status
(Green)
Solid ON
During music mute
function (#,6). Default
is OFF.
2
Line 1/Line 2 Status
(Green)
Flashing
Slow Wink
Solid ON
Incoming call
Call On-Hold
Phone Off-Hook.
Default is OFF
3
Page Active
(Green)
Solid ON
During page function
(#,7). Default is OFF
4
Door Bell Status (D1-D4)
(Green)
Solid ON
During door chime
duration. Default is
OFF
Relay Status (R1-R4) (Green)
Solid ON
During relay activation, remains active
until button is
released. (#,1,1 for
Relay 1, #,1,2 for
Relay 2 etc.) Default is
OFF.
Power Indicator
(Red)
Solid ON
Indicates Power
Switch is set to the ON
position. Default is
ON.
5
6
1-8
LED
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Rear
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Front Panel Adjustments
Figure 1-5 shows the front panel pot adjustments for the COM2 Communications Controller.
Turn potentiometers clockwise to increase or counterclockwise to decrease the various levels.
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USB Program Port - Future use.
Page Output Level - Adjusts the PAGE audio volume level presented to the Page/ Doorbell
Output and Audio Loop Output.
Door Chime Output Level - Adjusts the volume level of the internally generated sounds door chimes, alerts and Page/DB Audio Out presented to the Audio Loop Output.
Line 1/2 Music On Hold Input Level - Adjusts the volume level of the music heard over
Phone Line 1 or Phone Line 2 respectfully.
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Door Station Microphone Input Level -Adjusts the volume level of all door station
microphones.
Door Station Output Level - Adjusts the output volume for all the door station speakers.
COM2 Front Panel DIP Switch Settings
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POUND”#”/STAR “*” - Selects the telephone button press (# or *) you would like to use as
the initiator for all ELAN telephone communication/ relay features (i.e. #,P for PAGE, or *,P for
PAGE. The default is #.
DEBOUNCE - Selects either 65 milliseconds or 85 milliseconds. Used to eliminate intermittent
“drop-outs” during a phone conversation. These “drop-outs” (usually 3 seconds in duration)
are caused when certain speaking voices, usually female, produce frequencies similar to
those produced when a “#” or “*” button is pressed on a touch-tone phone. Should you
experience this symptom, move the dip switch from 65 ms to 85 ms. The default is 65 ms.
FLASH HOOK - Select either .75 seconds or 1.25 seconds. The default is .75 seconds. Used
in homes with CALL WAITING, increase FLASH HOOK time from .75 seconds to 1.25 seconds
if you experience either of the following symptoms:
1) Trouble accessing a second call while on the line with the first call.
2) Losing the first call after accessing a second call.
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Chapter 2: COM2 System Design
Overview
Stand-Alone Stereo System Application
The COM2 can be used in stand-alone applications without the use of an ELAN Multi-Room
Controller. Figure 2-1 below shows the COM2 being utilized with a stereo receiver and a
dedicated tuner for Music-On-Hold. The scenario will provide complete Paging, Door Station
Communications, Music-On-Hold, and relay functions.
NOTE: ELAN Volume Controls with Override are required for proper Paging
functionality.
PAGE AUDIO, DOOR CHIME AUDIO,
ON-HOLD ALERT, OFF-HOOK ALERT
TELEMUTE
ELAN DOOR DOORSTATIONS
DSS3/DSF3/DSC3
ELAN
VOLUME
CONTROLS
W/OVERRIDE
FEATURE
From Phone
Company
(2 Lines)
LOW VOLTAGE RELAYS
FOR LIGHTING, SPRINKLERS,
GARAGE DOOR, ETC
COM2
IN
SUM
PG
R
TRIGGERS
POWER
IN
MODEL: COM2
COMMUNICATIONS CONTROLLER
OUT
PG/DB OUT
L
120VAC
50/60HZ
60w
1
+ -
T.5AL TYPE
FUSE
REPLACE
WITH SAME
TYPE AND
RATING ONLY
2
+ -
PHONE
LINE 1/2
TELCO
LINE 1/2
OUT
IN
LEXINGTON, KY USA • MADE IN CHINA
+ -
+ -
+ -
+ -
+12V
GND
NC C NO
NC C NO
NC C NO
NC C NO
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
RELAY 3
RELAY 4
+ - + R
DB 1
OUT
VIA!NET
DB 2
OUTPUTS
INPUTS
VCO
POWER
AUDIO LOOP
MOH IN
(MONO)
DOOR STATION
BUS
STEREO SYSTEM
(RECEIVER, PRE-AMP, POWER AMP)
Z•POWER
DEDICATED TUNER FOR MUSIC-ON-HOLD
To Telephone
Devices
Figure 2-1 Stand-Alone Stereo Design Overview
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System6 Design Application
The COM2 will provide all communication functions when used with an ELAN System6
Integrated Multi-Zone Controller. Figure 2-2 below shows an ELAN S6, and a COM2 in a six
zone system.
NOTE: Volume Controls with Override are NOT required in this application.
1
2
3
4
5
ZONE 3
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONES
6
KEYPADS
KEY
ADS
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
SYSTEM6
COM2 COMMUNICATION CONTROLLER
IN
SUM
PG
R
TRIGGERS
POWER
IN
OUT
PG/DB OUT
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L
120VAC
50/60HZ
60w
T.5AL TYPE
FUSE
REPLACE
WITH SAME
TYPE AND
RATING ONLY
MODEL : COM 2
COMMUNICAT IONS CONTROLLER
1
+ -
2
+-
PHONE
LINE 1/2
TELCO
LINE 1/2
OUT
IN
From Phone
Company
(2 Lines)
LEXINGTON,KY USA •MADEIN CHINA
+ -
+-
+ -
+ -
+12V
GND
+ - + -
NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO
R
DB 1
OUT
VIA!NET
DB 2
OUTPUTS
INPUTS
VCO
POWER
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
RELAY 3
RELAY 4
AUDIOLOOP
MOHIN
(MONO)
DOOR STATION
BUS
To Telephone
Devices
LOW VOLTAGE RELAYS
FOR LIGHTING, SPRINKLERS,
GARAGE DOOR, ETC
ELAN
DOOR STATION #1
ELAN
DOOR STATION #2
Figure 2-2 System6 Design Overview
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System12 Design Application
The COM2 interfaces easily with the System12 Multi-Room A/V Controller. Figure 2-3 shows
a System12 using variable outputs, along with a D1650 Digital Power Amplifier to control eight
zones. In this scenario, volume controls are not needed since variable outputs are being used
from the System12.
ZONES
1
2
3
4
KEYPADS
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
5
ZONE 3
6
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
ZONE 1
7
8
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
D1650
SYSTEM12
COM2 COMMUNICATION CONTROLLER
SUM
IN
PG
R
TRIGGERS
T.5AL TYPE
FUSE
REPLACE
WITH SAME
TYPE AND
RATING ONLY
IN
OUT
PG/DB OUT
LABEL FPO
L
120VAC
50/60HZ
60w
POWER
WER
MODEL : COM 2
COMMUNICAT IONS CONTROLLER
1
+ -
2
+-
PHONE
LINE 1/2
TELCO
LINE 1/2
OUT
IN
From Phone
Company
(2 Lines)
LEXINGTON,KY USA •MADEIN CHINA
+ -
+-
+ -
+ -
+12V
GND
+ - + -
NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO
R
DB 1
OUT
VIA!NET
DB 2
OUTPUTS
INPUTS
VCO
POWER
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
RELAY 3
RELAY 4
AUDIOLOOP
MOHIN
(MONO)
DOOR STATION
BUS
To Telephone
Devices
LOW VOLTAGE RELAYS
FOR LIGHTING, SPRINKLERS,
GARAGE DOOR, ETC
ELAN
DOOR STATION #1
ELAN
DOOR STATION #2
Figure 2-3 System12 Design Overview
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Z•Series System Application
The COM2 will provide all communication functions when used in an ELAN Z•630-based
system. Figure 2-4 below shows an ELAN Z•630, ELAN Z•660, and a COM2 in a three zone
system. Note that Volume Controls with Override are NOT required in this application.
KEYPADS
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
Z•660 MULTI-CHANNEL POWER AMPLIFIER
Z•630 PRE-AMP CONTROLLER
COM2 COMMUNICATION CONTROLLER
IN
SUM
PG
R
TRIGGERS
POWER
IN
OUT
PG/DB OUT
LABEL FPO
L
120VAC
50/60HZ
60w
T.5AL TYPE
FUSE
REPLACE
WITH SAME
TYPE AND
RATING ONLY
MODEL : COM 2
COMMUNICAT IONS CONTROLLER
1
+ -
2
+-
PHONE
LINE 1/2
TELCO
LINE 1/2
OUT
IN
From Phone
Company
(2 Lines)
LEXINGTON,KY USA •MADEIN CHINA
+ -
+-
+ -
+ -
+12V
GND
+ - + -
NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO
R
DB 1
OUT
VIA!NET
DB 2
OUTPUTS
INPUTS
VCO
POWER
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
RELAY 3
RELAY 4
AUDIOLOOP
MOHIN
(MONO)
DOOR STATION
BUS
To Telephone
Devices
LOW VOLTAGE RELAYS
FOR LIGHTING, SPRINKLERS,
GARAGE DOOR, ETC
ELAN
DOOR STATION #1
ELAN
DOOR STATION #2
Figure 2-4 Z•Series System Overview
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Trigger Input Design Application
The COM2’s Trigger Inputs are designed to accept a dry contact closure across the “+ “ and
“-” terminals. An added benefit is that the Trigger Inputs provide 12VDC on the “+” terminal
and ground on the “-” terminal (see Figure 2-5). This provides the ability to illuminate lighted
doorbell buttons.
DRIVEWAY SENSORS
NO
MOTION SENSORS
C
NO
C
COM2
SUM
IN
PG
TRIGGERS
120VAC
50/60HZ
60w
POWER
T.5AL TYPE
FUSE
REPLACE
WITH SAME
TYPE AND
RATING ONLY
1
+ -
DB 1
OUT
VIA!NET
DB 2
OUTPUTS
2
+ -
INPUTS
LIGHTED DOORBELL
COM2
IN
SUM
PG
TRIGGERS
120VAC
50/60HZ
60w
POWER
T.5AL TYPE
FUSE
REPLACE
WITH SAME
TYPE AND
RATING ONLY
1
+ -
DB 1
OUT
VIA!NET
DB 2
OUTPUTS
2
+ -
INPUTS
Figure 2-5 Trigger Input Design Overview
NOTE: Trigger inputs 1 and 2 will always trigger the Door Chime assigned to Door
Station 1 and Door Station 2 alerts respectively.
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Relay Design Application
The COM2 provides four active relays that respond to telephone commands. These relays can
be configured as Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC). Possible applications include
garage door openers, blinds, gates, or lifts.
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Chapter 3: COM2 System Connections
Overview
This chapter shows COM2 Communications Controller system connections.
System Control
Cat-5 cable should be used for all COM2 system connections including incoming phone lines,
input and output triggers, ELAN Door Stations (including camera connections), volume
controls with override and relays.
CAUTION: ALWAYS remove power to the COM2 along with any other
electronics equipment prior to making any connections to or from the
COM2. Set the Power Switch on the back of the COM2 to the OFF
position prior to making connections.
COM2 Rear Panel Connections
The following section describes connections to the COM2 Communications Controller.
COM2 to VMO or VSO Volume Controls
When connecting rotary Volume Controls with Override to the COM2, simply connect “+” from
the COM2's VCO connector to “VC+” of the Volume Control. Connect “-” from the COM2's
VCO connector to “VC-” of the Volume Control. Cat-5 is typically used for this purpose.
CAUTION: ALWAYS remove power to the COM2 along with any other
electronics equipment prior to making any connections to or from the
COM2. Set the Power Switch on the back of the COM2 to the OFF
position prior to making connections.
VMO or VSO
Volume Control
VCO
+ - + - + - + -
COM2
Blue
White/Blue
Orange
White/Orange
Green
White/Green
Brown
White/Brown
Override
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
Ground
N/C
VC+
Blue
White/Blue
Orange
White/Orange
Green
White/Green
Brown
VC White/Brown
Cat-5
VC+
VC -
Standard ELAN RJ-45 Pin-Out
FRONT
PIN # COLOR CODE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TAB
BLUE
WHITE/BLUE
ORANGE
WHITE/ORANGE
GREEN
WHITE/GREEN
BROWN
WHITE/BROWN
CABLE
Figure 3-1 COM2 to VMO or VSO Volume Controls Wiring Pinout
COM2 to Electronic Volume Control
When connecting the COM2 directly to Electronic Volume Controls, splice Cat-5 onto an ELAN
C45P RJ-45 to pigtail connector. Connect the Blue Override (pin 1) wire to “+” of the COM2's
VCO connector. Connect the Brown Ground wire (pin 7) to the “-” of the COM2's VCO connector.
Plug the C45P directly into the RJ-45 connector on the back of the Electronic Volume Control.
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CAUTION: ALWAYS remove power to the COM2 along with any other
electronics equipment prior to making any connections to or from the
COM2. Set the Power Switch on the back of the COM2 to the OFF
position prior to making connections.
Blue
White/Blue
Orange
White/Orange
Green
White/Green
Brown
White/Brown
Override
IR OUT
IR IN
N/C
N/C
+12V
GND
N/C
MUTE
C45P
RJ-45 to
Pigtail
To +12V
Power Supply
From IR Source
(IR Sensor,
Source Output, etc.)
To IR Device
(IR Emitter,
Zone Input, etc.)
GND
VCO
+ - + - + - + -
COM2
Electronic
Volume Control
Standard ELAN RJ-45 Pin-Out
FRONT
PIN # COLOR CODE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TAB
BLUE
WHITE/BLUE
ORANGE
WHITE/ORANGE
GREEN
WHITE/GREEN
BROWN
WHITE/BROWN
CABLE
Figure 3-2 COM2 to Electronic Volume Control Wiring Pinout
COM2 to PVSE Electronic Volume Control Precision Panel
When connecting the COM2 to a PVSE Precision Panel, use an ELAN C45P RJ-45 to pigtail
connector. Connect the Blue Override (pin 1) wire to “+” of the COM2's VCO connector.
Connect the White/Blue Ground wire (pin 2) to the “-” of the COM2's VCO connector. Plug the
C45P into the OVERRIDE IN connector on the PVSE. See the PVSE Installation manual for
additional wiring for the PVSE and Electronic Volume Controls.
CAUTION: ALWAYS remove power to the COM2 along with any other
electronics equipment prior to making any connections to or from the
COM2. Set the Power Switch on the back of the COM2 to the OFF
position prior to making connections.
PVSE
Override IN
VCO
Standard ELAN RJ-45 Pin-Out
PIN # COLOR CODE
Blue
Wh/Blue
Orange
Wh/Orange
Green
Wh/Green
Brown
Wh/Brown
Override
Ground
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
OVERRIDE
IN
Cat-5
OVERRIDE
OUT
FRONT
+ - + - + - + -
COM2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TAB
BLUE
WHITE/BLUE
ORANGE
WHITE/ORANGE
GREEN
WHITE/GREEN
BROWN
WHITE/BROWN
CABLE
Figure 3-3 COM2 to PVSE Electronic Volume Control Precision Panel Wiring Pinout
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COM2 Trigger Outputs
The Trigger Output choices are SUM, PG, DB1 and DB2. See Table 3-1.
CAUTION: ALWAYS remove power to the COM2 along with any other
electronics equipment prior to making any connections to or from the
COM2. Set the Power Switch on the back of the COM2 to the OFF
position prior to making connections.
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Table 3-1 COM2 Trigger Outputs
Trigger Output
Description
SUM
Activates when page and doorbell occurs. Use SUM if
you want music to mute and the page/doorbell audio to
be heard over the house speakers. SUM is used to trigger
the page/doorbell input of an ELAN controller, such as a
System6, System12 or Z•630.
PG
Activates only when a page occurs. Use PG if you want
trigger automated events when a page is initiated, see
Figure 3-22 and Figure 3-26 for applications.
DB1
Activates when doorbell from Door Station 1 is pressed.
Use DB1 if you want trigger automated events when the
doorbell from Door Station 1 is pressed, see Figure 3-22
and Figure 3-26 for applications.
DB2
Activates when doorbell from Door Station 2 is pressed.
Use DB2 if you want trigger automated events when the
doorbell from Door Station 2 is pressed, see Figure 3-22
and Figure 3-26 for applications.
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COM2 Relays
The COM2 utilizes Cat-5 connections to devices such as garage door openers, blinds, and
gates which can be activated with 12 Volt or contact closure.
The Relay feature allows the end user to activate these devices using any touch-tone phone
in the home.
CAUTION: ALWAYS remove power to the COM2 along with any other
electronics equipment prior to making any connections to or from the
COM2. Set the Power Switch on the back of the COM2 to the OFF
position prior to making connections.
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COM2 Communications Controller
COM2 To Incoming CO & Phones
Using an RJ-14 connector, connect TIP and RING from the incoming telephone service to the
TELCO LINE1/2 connector as shown. Make identical connections from the PHONES LINE1/2
connector to the telephone distribution point. Make sure to use the four inner pins of the RJ14
connector exactly as shown in the drawing.
CAUTION: ALWAYS remove power to the COM2 along with any other
electronics equipment prior to making any connections to or from the
COM2. Set the Power Switch on the back of the COM2 to the OFF
position prior to making connections.
Telephone Wiring Standard
Line 2
Line 1
T T RT RR
1 23456
Pin
RJ25
1
X
RJ14
RJ11
TELCO
LINE 1/2
+
TIA-568A (New)
USCO (Old)
3
T
+
White/Green
Orange
2
X
X
2
T
+
White/Orange
Black
X
X
X
1
R
-
Blue
Red
4
X
X
X
1
T
+
White/Blue
Green
5
X
X
2
R
-
Orange
Yellow
6
X
3
R
-
Green
Blue
RING
Cat-5
TIP
RING
OUT
T/R
3
TIP
PHONE
LINE 1/2
Pair
Wh/Blu
Blue
Wh/Org
Orange
Line 1
Wh/Blu
Blue
Wh/Org
Orange
Line 1
From
Telco
Line 1
Line 2
Line 2
Cat-5
IN
RJ14
Connectors
Cat-5
TIP
RING
TIP
RING
Line 1
To
Phones
Line 2
Line 2
Cat-5
Figure 3-7 COM2 to TELCO and PHONES
COM2 to Door Station Connections
The COM2 is designed to work with ELAN DSC3, DSF3, and DSS3 Door Stations to provide
doorbell push button and door station communications functionality. Use Cat-5 for these
connections. Note that only two wires are used to connect between the COM2 and the door station.
The remaining wires of the Cat-5 are used for the DSC3's camera functions (the camera does not
interact with the COM2).
CAUTION: ALWAYS remove power to the COM2 along with any other
electronics equipment prior to making any connections to or from the
COM2. Set the Power Switch on the back of the COM2 to the OFF
position prior to making connections.
NOTE: If using a VBRM Video Balun, Cat-5 network cable is recommended to be
used. IF a video balun is not used ELAN recommends 18 AWG wire. For
DSC3 runs over 500 feet you must double wire the power inputs.
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VBRM Video Balun
To
Video
Switcher
Video
+
-
+
-
Door Station
Bus
White/Blue
DSBlue
DS+
Orange
White/Orange
Green
White/Green
Brown
White/Brown
Cat-5
Power
Snap Lock
Connector
COM2
Blue
White/Blue
Orange
White/Orange
Green
White/Green
Brown
White/Brown
External
12VDC
Power
PWR
GRD
PWR
GRD
VIDVID+
DS DS+
Cat-5
* Splice White/Green with White /Brown
VID + and Green with Brown VID - for
camera runs between 500 &1000 feet.
*White/Brown
*Brown
*White/Green
*Green
White/Orange
Orange
White/Blue
Blue
Use for run from
0 to 1000 feet max.
*White/Brown
*Brown
*White/Green
*Green
White/Orange
Orange
White/Blue
Blue
Butt Splice
ELECTRONIC DOOR LATCH
RELEASE MECHANISM
Purple
Blue
Gray
Yellow
-
22/24AWG
4-twisted pair
shielded
wire
Orange
Brown
To 110V AC
Standard ELAN RJ-45 Pin-Out
White
Green
+
DOOR LATCH
POWER SUPPLY
Black
Red
To EXT.
DOORBELL
LOW VOLTAGE
OUTPUT
FRONT
TAB
BLUE
WHITE/BLUE
ORANGE
WHITE/ORANGE
GREEN
WHITE/GREEN
BROWN
WHITE/BROWN
+DB- -DS+ 1RL2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BALUN
PIN # COLOR CODE
VID PWR
DSC3 DOOR
STATION
CABLE
Figure 3-8 COM2 to DSC3 Door Station Wiring Pinout (Option 1)
VBRM Video Balun
To Video
Switcher
Video
Snap lock
connector
DS+
COM2
+
-
+
-
Door Station
Bus
External 12VDC
Power
Power
Blue
White/Blue
Orange
White/Orange
Green
White/Green
Brown
White/Brown
Blue
White/Blue
Orange
White/Orange
Green
White/Green
Brown
White/Brown
Cat-5
DS White/Brown
Brown
White/Green
Green
White/Orange
Orange
White/Blue
Blue
RJ-45
Cat-5
*White/Brown
*Brown
*White/Green
*Green
White/Orange
Orange
White/Blue
Blue
Use for run from
0 to 500 feet max.
PWR
GRD
PWR
GRD
VIDVID+
DS DS+
Butt Splice
ELECTRONIC DOOR LATCH
RELEASE MECHANISM
Purple
Blue
Gray
Yellow
+
Orange
Brown
-
White
Green
DOOR LATCH
POWER SUPPLY
Black
Red
To EXT.
DOORBELL
To 110V AC
Standard ELAN RJ-45 Pin-Out
FRONT
TAB
CABLE
BLUE
WHITE/BLUE
ORANGE
WHITE/ORANGE
GREEN
WHITE/GREEN
BROWN
WHITE/BROWN
+DB- -DS+ 1RL2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BALUN
PIN # COLOR CODE
VID PWR
DSC3 DOOR
STATION
Figure 3-9 COM2 to DSC3 Door Station Wiring Pinout (Option 2)
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DSF3 or DSS3
DOOR STATION
Butt Splice
COM2
+
+
-
Door Station
Bus
Black
Red
White
Green
DS+
Blue
White/Blue DS Orange
White/Orange
Green
White/Green
Brown
White/Brown
Cat-5
-DS+ 1RL2
Blue
White/Blue
Orange
White/Orange
Green
White/Green
Brown
White/Brown
ELECTRONIC DOOR LATCH
RELEASE MECHANISM
Standard ELAN RJ-45 Pin-Out
PIN # COLOR CODE
-
+
FRONT
DOOR LATCH
POWER SUPPLY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TAB
To 110V AC
BLUE
WHITE/BLUE
ORANGE
WHITE/ORANGE
GREEN
WHITE/GREEN
BROWN
WHITE/BROWN
CABLE
Figure 3-10 COM2 to DSF3 or DSS3 Door Station Wiring Pinout
COM2 to Trigger Inputs
The COM2 provides Cat-5 connections for basic two-wire doorbells or devices such as
driveway, motion or contact sensors, which can trigger door chimes or alerts and play them
over the house speakers.
Connect “+” and “-” from the triggering device to “+” and “-” of the TRIGGER INPUTS
connector as shown.
DOORBELL
COM2
1
DRIVEWAY SENSORS
MOTION SENSORS
2
Figure 3-11 COM2 to Trigger Inputs Pinout
NOTE: Trigger inputs 1 and 2 will always trigger the door chime assigned to Door
Station 1 and Door Station 2 respectively. Chimes can be changed to suit a
particular need.
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Typical Telephone Service Connections
Connecting Telephone Service & Telephone Surge Protection
to the System
Connect the TIP and RING for each incoming phone line from the telephone company to the
TH31SRG Telephone Master Hub using a 110 punchdown tool. Up to 4 incoming lines can be
attached to the TH31SRG.
ELAN recommends using Cat-5 to make punchdowns to TH31SRG Telephone Master Hub.
See Figure 3-12 for wire punchdown color coding
NOTE: The COM2 supports up to 2 incoming lines.
Cat-5 Jumper
(included)
TH31 SRG TELEPHONE
MASTER HUB
Wire Color Codes
Te lephone M a ste r Hub ( Surge , R J-31X, D isc onne c t)
M o d e l TH3 1 SR G
Orange
Wh/Org
2 lines from
telepone
company
From
Telco
Disconnect
In
Out
Cat-5
4 Pair UTP
Orange
Telephone
Output
Surge
Warning
4
R
T
R
4
T
3
R
T
R
3
T
2
R
T
R
2
T
1
R
T
Wh/Org
Wh/Blu
Line 1
Blue
Wh/Blu
Cat-5
Line 2
TTRTRR
1 23456
RING
Green
Pair 3
TIP
Wh/Green
Wh/Orange
Blue
RING
TIP
RING
Pair 2 Orange
R
1
T
RJ31X
Brown
Pair 4
Wh/Brown
Pair 1
2 lines to
TELCO on COM2
Cat-5
Blue
Wh/Blue
TIP
RING
TIP
ELAN recommends that telephone RJ-45
jacks be wired to the T568A standard.
RJ11
Line 1 TIP - White/Blue
Line 1 RING - Blue
Line 2 TIP - White/Orange
Line 2 RING - Orange
RJ14 Connection
Figure 3-12 Connecting Telephone Service to the TH31 SRG Telephone Master Hub
The ELAN COM2 is compatible with most touch-tone telephones and multi-line telephone
systems. Certain telephones that use the both # or * buttons for other functions may not be
compatible.
The ELAN COM2 has a Ringer Equivalency Number (REN) of 0.7A. The maximum number of
telephones that may be connected in a home is dependent on the Ringer Equivalency Voltage
being provided to the home by the phone company and the Ringer Equivalency Number of
each telephone in the home. When added together, the REN of all the house phones plus the
COM2 should not exceed 5 per telephone line.
Exceeding the Ringer Equivalency Voltage provided by the telephone company may result in
intermittent or no ring-in or a call from your local carrier. Ring boosters are available from your
phone company for a nominal fee. ELAN strongly recommends the use of telephone line surge
protection between the incoming phone line and the COM2 Phone Input.
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COM2 Communications Controller
Connecting Telephone Extensions to the TH48 Telephone
Expansion Hub
The TH48 Telephone Expansion Hub lets the installer connect the COM2 to up to eight dualline telephone wall plate connections or sixteen single line telephones wall plate connection*.
NOTE: * In the single line configuration 8 wall plate connections would have Line 1
and 8 would be configured to Line 2, if applicable.
TH48 TELEPHONE
EXPANSION HUB
Wire Color Codes
Cat-5
4 Pair UTP
Te le phone E xpa ns ion Hub (4 line s x 8 phone s )
8
Expa nsion
Ports
R
4
T
In
R
3
T
RR 2
2
TT
O ut
Wh/Org
Pair 1
TIP
RING
Blue
TIP
Wh/Blue
Blue
Wh/Blu
To TH48
Expanision
Hub
(if more phones needed)
RING
RING
Pair 2 Orange
Wh/Orange
RR 1
1
TT
2 lines to
8 telepone
Line 1
wall plates
RING
TIP
Green
Pair 3
TIP
Wh/Green
Orange
Te le phone s
Brown
Pair 4
Wh/Brown
ELAN recommends that telephone RJ-45
jacks be wired to the T568A standard.
2 lines to
TELCO on COM2
Cat-5
Line 2
RJ11
Line 1 TIP - White/Blue
Line 1 RING - Blue
Line 2 TIP - White/Orange
Line 2 RING - Orange
TTRTRR
1 23456
RJ14 Connection
Figure 3-13 Connecting Telephone Service to the TH31 SRG Telephone Master Hub
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New Construction
ELAN recommends a “home-run” wiring network using Cat-5 twisted-pair telephone wire
from each telephone wall jack location to an ELAN TH48 Telephone Expansion Hub.
Telephone Master Hub w/Surge Protection
Model TH31SRG
(Surge,
RJ31X, D
i sco
n nect)
Ports
From Phone
Company
To
Security
From
TELCO
Disconnec
t
In
R
T
R
3
T
4
1
Surge
Wa rnin
g
4
3
R
T
R
T
2
Ou
t
2
RJ31X
1
Telephone
Output
R
4
T
R
3
T
R
2
T
R
1
T
Surge
Protector
COM2
Telephone Master Hub (4 Lines x 8 Phones)
Model TH48
PG/DB OUT
PHONE
LINE 1/2
TELCO
LINE 1/2
Espansion
Ports
MOHIN
(MONO)
DOOR STATION
BUS
OUT
TH48 TELEPHONE
EXPANSION HUB
Telephones
In
R
4
T
R
3
T
Out
R
2
T
R
1
T
+ - + -
TH31SRG
4-Line TELEPHONE
HUB with
Surge Protection
IN
SATELLITE TV
MODEM LINE
FAX LINE
Telephone Master Hub (4 Lines x 8 Phones)
Model TH48
Z•POWER
Espansion
Ports
Telephones
In
R
4
T
R
3
T
Out
R
2
T
R
1
T
TH48 TELEPHONE
EXPANSION HUB
DUAL
TELEPHONE
WALLPLATES
4-TWISTED PAIR TELEPHONE WIRE (CAT-5)
Figure 3-14 New Construction Application
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COM2 Communications Controller
Retrofit
Pre-existing “daisy-chained” wiring networks are perfectly compatible with the ELAN COM2
Communication Controller.
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Connecting The COM2 To A Multi-Line Telephone system
The COM2 communication features (paging, door speaker communications, relay activation,
etc.) can be accessed from both Line 1 and Line 2. The TELEMUTE feature is available on both
COM2 lines.
NOTE: Phone-to-phone intercom (#7,0) will only work with phones on the same
line. For example, you can not pick up Line 1 and intercom to someone on
Line 2.
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Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
Digital Subscriber Line, or DSL, is a batch of technologies that provide a digital connection
(typically an Internet connection) over the copper wires of the local telephone network. DSL
provides high speed Internet access to home consumers in Europe and North America.
Telephone services were initially designed to carry “Plain Old Telephone Service” (POTS) or
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) calls. DSL allows ordinary phone lines to provide
a way to carry data and voice services simultaneously.
DSL Filters
Installers will need to install a passive electronic filter (known variously as a “filter”, “microfilter” or a “splitter”) up stream of the COM2 if using the POTS service on the same line. This
ensures that the DSL modem and the telephone only receive the frequencies they are
designed to handle. The end user will need a splitter. The splitter is first thing connected to an
incoming phone line. Then, one side of the splitter goes to the DSL modem. The other side
goes through the filter to the COM2 TELCO input.
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Standalone Connections (Without an ELAN MultiRoom Controller)
Pre-Amp/Amp
Use stereo RCA patch cables to connect the COM2’s AUDIO LOOP IN to the Pre-Amp’s Main
Outputs as shown. Connect the AUDIO LOOP OUT jacks to the Power Amp’s Main Inputs. This
allows the COM2’s Page and Doorbell signals to be heard through the speakers connected to
the power amplifier.
PRE-AMP MAIN OUTPUTS
L
R
IN
OUT
PG/DB OUT
L
R
MOH IN
(MONO)
AUDIO LOOP
L
R
POWER AMP INPUTS
Figure 3-18 COM2 to a Pre-Amp/Power Amp Stereo System
Receiver Based System
Use stereo RCA patch cables to connect the COM2’s AUDIO LOOP IN to the Receiver’s Main
Outputs as shown. Connect the AUDIO LOOP OUT jacks to the Receiver’s Main Inputs. This
allows the COM2’s Page and Doorbell signals to be heard through the speakers connected to
the receiver.
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Stereo Receiver - Tape Loop
Use stereo RCA patch cables to connect the COM2’s AUDIO LOOP IN to the Receiver’s Tape
Loop Outputs as shown. Connect the AUDIO LOOP OUT jacks to the Receiver’s Tape Loop
Inputs. This allows the COM2’s Page and Doorbell signals to be heard through the speakers
connected to the receiver.
NOTE: Only applicable when Tape Loop is active and is dependent on receiver
volume level, unless auto-sense ability is built in to the receiver.
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Paging & Door Chime Using Two Independent Stereo Systems
These connections apply to both Pre-Amp/PowerAmp Systems and Stereo Receivers with
Pre-Out/Main-In jacks. This scenario requires the use of an automatic (signal-sensing) line
level A/B switch such as the Sonance AL-2 or the Niles SAS-1. Depending on the A/B switch,
a slight time lag between the activation/deactivation of the page and doorbell signals between
System #1 and System #2 may occur. Consult the manufacturer of the A/B switch for time lag
specifications.
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COM2 Trigger Outputs to SIM2 Sensor Integration Module
Use the COM2’s Trigger Outputs to activate automated devices that require voltage or contact
closure such as lighting controls or VIA! Touch Panel sequences using ELAN’s SIM2 Sensor
Integration Module.
COM2 to SIM2 Sense Input Connections
DB1 Triggers Camera Video on VIA! Touch Panel
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PG
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DB 2
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2
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COM2 Rear
Figure 3-22 COM2 to SIM2 Connections
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ELAN Multi-Room Controller-Based
Connections
COM2 to System6 Connections
Use an RCA interconnect cable to connect the PAGE IN and MOH (Music On Hold) RCA jacks
from the S6 to the PG/DB OUT and MOH IN (MONO) jacks of the COM2. The colors match on
the jacks- Red to Red, White to White.
Connect a 3.5mm mono interconnect cable, such as an ELAN IRIC from the SUM Trigger
Output to the S6’s PAGE TRIG IN.
SUM Trigger Output
S6 responds to Page, all doorbells and
Trigger Inputs.
S6 Rear
3.5mm Mono
Interconnect Cable
SUM
PG
R
TRIGGERS
1
+ -
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VCO
POWER
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RELAY 2
RELAY 3
RELAY 4
AUDIO LOOP
MOH IN
(MONO)
COM2 Rear
Figure 3-23 COM2 ELAN System6 interconnects
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COM2 To System12
S12 MOH/Page Trigger Input
Use an RCA interconnect cable to connect the PAGE IN and MOH (Music On Hold) RCA jacks
from the S12 to the PG/DB OUT and MOH IN (MONO) jacks of the COM2. The colors match
on the jacks- Red to Red, White to White.
Connect a 3.5mm mono interconnect cable, such as an ELAN IRIC from the SUM Trigger
Output to the S12’s PAGE TRIG IN.
NOTE: When connecting multiple S12’s use the PAGE TRIGGER OUT and PAGE
OUT connections as shown.
SUM Trigger Output
S12 responds to Page, all doorbells and
Trigger Inputs.
S12 Rear
3.5mm Mono
Interconnect Cable
RCA
Interconnect
Cable (Stereo)
SUM
PG
R
TRIGGERS
1
+ -
2
+-
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RELAY 4
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Figure 3-24 COM2 To ELAN System12 interconnects (Part 1)
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COM2 to S12 Multi-Chassis Connections
The S12 utilizes outputs for Page Audio and Page Trigger in order to facilitate multiple chassis.
Use a mono RCA interconnect cable for Page Audio, and 3.5mm stereo interconnects for Page
Triggers as shown in the diagram.
Multiple S12 Chassis Connections
Page/Door Chime/MOH
3.5mm Stereo
Interconnect Cable
S12 #1
S12 #2
RCA
Interconnect
Cable (Mono)
3.5mm Stereo
Interconnect Cable
RCA
Interconnect
Cable (Stereo)
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PG
R
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DB 2
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VCO
INPUTS
POWER
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
RELAY 3
RELAY 4
AUDIO LOOP
MOH IN
(MONO)
COM2 Rear
S12 #3
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S12 Sense Trigger Inputs
The COM2’s PG, DB1, and DB2 outputs can be used to trigger automated events utilizing the
S12’s Sense Inputs. A specific VIA! Touch Panel can, for example, display a specific camera
based on a doorbell push at a specific door station.
NOTE: Use a 3.5mm stereo interconnect cable for these connections.
S12 Sense Input Connections
Page Trigger
S12
3.5mm Stereo
Interconnect Cable
SUM
PG
DB 2
OUTPUTS
COM2 Rear
DB1/DB2 Triggers
S12
3.5mm Stereo
Interconnect Cable
TRIGGERS
1
+ -
DB 1
S12 Sense Input Connections
SUM
PG
2
+-
INPUTS
TRIGGERS
1
+ -
DB 1
DB 2
OUTPUTS
2
+-
INPUTS
COM2 Rear
Figure 3-26 COM2 To ELAN System12 interconnects
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COM2 to Z•System
When connecting the COM2 to a Z•630 Multi-Room controller, use a 3.5mm mono interconnect cable (ELAN IRIC for example) from the SUM Trigger Output of the COM2 to the Z•630’s
IR INPUTS Jack. The same connector is utilized for keypad connections, etc. Connect Tip
(stripe) of the interconnect cable to the Brown wire (pin 7) and Sleeve to the Brown/White wire
(pin 8) as shown.
COM2 to Z•630 Connections
Z•630 Rear
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WHITE/BLUE
ORANGE
WHITE/ORANGE
GREEN
WHITE/GREEN
BROWN
WHITE/BROWN
Sleeve
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PG
MOH OUT
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+ -
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POWER
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RELAY 2
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RELAY 4
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MOH IN
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COM2 Rear
Figure 3-27 COM2 To ELAN Z•System interconnects
COM2 to PZ6
When connecting the COM2 to a Z•630 Multi-Room controller with a PZ6 Precision Panel, use
a 3.5 mono interconnect cable from the SUM Trigger Output of the COM2 to the PZ6’s Control
Jack. Connect Tip (stripe) of the interconnect cable to the Blue wire (pin 1) and Sleeve to the
Green wire (pin 5) as shown below.
COM2 to PZ6 Connections
Z•630 Rear
Tip
Sleeve
SUM
PG
PZ6
BLUE
WHITE/BLUE
ORANGE
WHITE/ORANGE
GREEN
WHITE/GREEN
BROWN
WHITE/BROWN
2
+-
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INPUT
CONTROL
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TRIGGERS
1
+ -
MOH OUT
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+-
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DB 2
OUTPUTS
INPUTS
VCO
POWER
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
RELAY 3
RELAY 4
AUDIO LOOP
MOH IN
(MONO)
COM2 Rear
Figure 3-28 COM2 To ELAN Z•System with PZ6
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Chapter 4: Troubleshooting
The tables in Chapter 4 provide troubleshooting symptoms along with possible causes and
corrections for the COM2 Communications Controller.
Table 4-1 Telephone Troubleshooting Procedures
Symptom
Possible
Cause/s
What an authorized installer can do
Phone won’t
dial out during stutter
tone (voice
message
waiting).
Dialing or speed
dialing before
stutter tones
play through.
Phone won’t
dial out.
Incoming phone
line problems
(C.O. line not
active, incorrect wiring,
etc.)
Verify incoming telephone functionality. Connect single phone
to output of COM2.
REN value
exceeded (too
high) - see pages
iv and 3-8 for
Ringer Equivalency Number
information)
1. Confirm symptom and homeowner’s findings regarding
REN at left.
No Ring-In.
C.O. line not
working.
NOTE:
The Line 1/2 STATUS LED on the
front of the
COM2 should
begin to flash
whenever the
phones ring.
Allow the stutter tone to finish before attempting to dial or
speed dial out.
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
2. With a lineman’s hand-set/test set or a single line, corded,
touch-tone telephone connected directly to the outside line,
have someone call to confirm that you have ring-in.
3. After confirming C.O. line ring-in, connect your ‘butt set’ or
a single line, corded, touch-tone telephone directly to the
PHONE OUT jack on the back of the COM2. Have someone
dial into the home. If the phone now rings, the problem lies
‘after’ the COM2. Check all connections at the punchdown
block and wall jacks for a possible mis-wire or short.
4. Reset power to the COM2
If the phone still does not ring in, there may be a problem
with the COM2. Contact ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN from the job site.
Call Waiting
not operating
properly.
FLASH HOOK
time too short.
On the front of the COM2,move the FLASHHOOK DIP switch
(#3) to the UP position (1.25s) (see page 1-10 for details).
Call “drops
out” for three
seconds during conversation.
DEBOUNCE
Time too short.
On the front of the COM2, move the DEBOUNCE DIP switch
(#2) and move it to the UP position (85ms) (see page 1-10 for
details).
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
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Table 4-1 Telephone Troubleshooting Procedures
Possible
Cause/s
Symptom
What an authorized installer can do
Phone services provided by
Banks, Credit
Card Companies, etc. are
not responding when you
are on the
COM2 line.
Not using #,9
system Bypass.
Constant
“double
beep”
through
speakers.
The telephone
“OFF-HOOK”
alert has been
activated.
Check to see if any phones are off-hook (see page 1-6 or
Quick Reference Card for details). Replace phone on-hook.
Constant
“single beep”
through
speakers.
The telephone
“ON-HOLD”
alert has been
activated.
A caller has been left on Hold for over a minute (see page 1-6
or Quick Reference Card for details). Take caller off Hold.
Press #,9 to bypass the COM2. This can be done either before
or after you dial out, and will permit you to use all of these
services (see page 6 for details).
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
Table 4-2 COM2 Door Station Troubleshooting Procedures
Symptom
Cannot hear
person at
Door Station.
Possible
Cause/s
What an authorized installer can do
Door Station
Microphone
Input Level is
too low.
Increase the DOOR STATION MICROPHONE INPUT LEVEL by
turning the Door Station Microphone Input Level Adjustment
control located behind the LEXAN Strip on the COM2 Front
Panel clockwise.
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
Person
Speaking at
Door Station
is too loud.
Door Station
Microphone
Input Level is
too high.
Decrease the Door Station Microphone Input level by turning
the DOOR STATION MICROPHONE INPUT LEVEL Adjustment
control located behind the LEXAN Strip on the COM2 Front
Panel counterclockwise.
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
Door Station
Speaker
Audio cuts
out during
speech.
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Door Station
Output Level is
too low.
Increase the Door Station output level by turning the DOOR
STATION OUTPUT LEVEL Adjustment control located behind
the LEXAN Strip on the COM2 Front Panel clockwise.
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
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Table 4-2 COM2 Door Station Troubleshooting Procedures
Possible
Cause/s
What an authorized installer can do
Door Station
Speaker too
loud and distorts during
speech.
Door Station
Output Level is
is too high.
Decrease the Door Station output level by turning the DOOR
STATION OUTPUT LEVEL Adjustment control located behind
the LEXAN Strip on the COM2 Front Panel counterclockwise.
Cannot communicate
with Door
Station(s).
Using non
touch-tone
phone.
1. Confirm the symptom and that the problem exists on all
phones. Make sure all other ELAN phone features are working
properly.
Using incorrect key
sequence.
DIP Switch
Settings incorrect.
2. Verify that the Door Station is properly connected to the
Door Station bus on the COM2, and the connector is plugged
snugly into the Door Station jack. Verify proper DIP switch
settings on the Door Station. If the problem still exists, there
may be a problem with the COM2 or Door Stations. Contact
ELAN Technical Support from the job site at 1-800-622-ELAN.
Doorbell Illumination is
pulsating.
COM2 needs
to be reset.
Remove power to the COM2 for 10 seconds, then turn power
back on.
Door Station
speaker
“squeals”.
Microphone in
telephone may
be too ‘sensitive’.
Symptom
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
Door Station
Speaker
microphone
and/or Door
Station Output
levels are too
high.
1. Confirm that problem occurs on all phones.
2. If the problem is specific to only one phone, it is likely that
the mic sensitivity of that phone is incompatible with ELAN
3. If the problem occurs on all phones, it is probably due to
feedback between the Door Station mic and speaker. There
are two ways to alleviate this. We suggest that you try (a) first,
as it will not result in any loss of Door Station mic or speaker
levels:
a. Stuff the Door Station rough-in bracket with insulation
b. On the front of the COM2, find Door Station Microphone
Input Level Adjustment control and turn it counterclockwise.
Test Door Station communications. If this did not eliminate
the problem completely, locate the Door Station Output Level
Adjustment control and turn it counterclockwise. Test Door
Station communications.
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
Doorbell light
not lighted.
Doorbell leads
may be wired
backwards.
Verify the correct connections for the doorbell, (see Chapter 3
for proper Door Station connectivity for Connections).
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
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Table 4-2 COM2 Door Station Troubleshooting Procedures
Symptom
Doorbell does
not work.
Possible
Cause/s
Door Chime
Output Level is
turned down.
Bad, stuck or
miswired
Doorbell button.
Door Station
does not play
assigned
chime.
Improper Door
Chime assignment.
Door Station
DIP switch
may be set
incorrectly.
What an authorized installer can do
1. Confirm symptom and pot adjustment levels described at
left.
2. Make sure the volume controls are turned up. At the Door
Station Speaker, short together the two wires connected to
the doorbell button. If you hear the Door Chime, you probably
have a bad doorbell button.
3. At the Door Station short across the DB+ and DB- contacts
If you hear the chime, you may have a bad Door Station. If you
still do not hear the chime there may be a problem with the
COM2. Call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800-622-ELAN.
Make sure you have assigned the desired Door Chime to the
correct Door Station. Follow the instruction provide on your
Quick Reference Card or outlined in the How To section in
Chapter 1.
Verify that DIP Switch setting for the Door Station in question
is set to the desired setting, (see Appendix B) for DIP switch
assignments.
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
Same Door
Chime plays
through all
Door Stations at the
same time.
Two or more
Door Station
DIP switches
may be set to
the same ID.
Verify that DIP Switch ID setting for the each Door Station are
set to a unique ID, (see Appendix B for DIP switch assignments).
Voice from
Door Station
speaker(s) fall
in and out.
Two or more
Door Station
DIP switches
may be set to
the same ID.
Verify that DIP Switch ID setting for the each Door Station are
set to a unique ID, (see Appendix B for DIP switch assignments).
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If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
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Table 4-3 COM2 Relay Troubleshooting Procedures
Possible
Cause/s
Symptom
Relay(s) activation via
telephone not
working.
Improper key
sequence.
Relay device
inoperative or
mis-wired.
What an authorized installer can do
1. Confirm that correct key sequence does not activate relay.
2. Confirm that the front panel LED associated with the relay
you are trying to activate illuminates after pressing the correct
key sequence. If it does not, try it again with a lineman’s hand
set/test set or telephone plugged directly into the PHONE
OUT jack on the back of the COM2. If you still do not get a
relay activation LED to flash, call ELAN technical support from
the job site, as there may be a problem with the unit.
3. If the relay LED flashes when you try to activate it, but there
is no response from the relay device, there may be a problem
with either the relay device, the relay’s power supply or the
wire run between the relay and the COM2.
Table 4-4 COM2 Adjustments Troubleshooting Procedures
Symptom
No Page or
Door Chime
audio or level
is too low/
high.
Possible
Cause/s
Adjust Page/
Door Chime
levels.
What an authorized installer can do
1. If using the COM2 with a Z•630 Pre-Amp Controller:
a. Confirm proper connection and integrity of the patch cord
between the COM2 Page & DB Out jack and the Z•630 Page &
DB Input jack.
b. Adjust the PAGE OUTPUT LEVEL or DOORBELL OUTPUT
LEVEL.
2. If using COM2 in a stand-alone application (i.e. with an A/V
receiver):
a. Confirm proper connection and integrity of the patch cord
between the COM2 and stereo system (COM2 Loop Out to
system Main or Tape In. COM2 Loop In to system Pre or Tape
Out). If going through a receiver’s Tape In/Out loop, confirm
that the receiver is in Tape Monitor mode.
b. Adjust the PAGE OUTPUT LEVEL until the page level is satisfactory. Adjust the DOOR CHIME OUTPUT LEVEL until Door
Station Door Chimes are satisfactory.
If unable to resolve problem, call ELAN Technical Support at
1-800-622-ELAN from the job site.
Music-OnHold level is
too low/high.
Music-On-Hold
Input level may
need to be
adjusted.
Adjust the Music-On-Hold Input levels until the volume is satisfactory for both lines. The adjustment pots are located
beneath the LEXAN strip on the front of the COM2.
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
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Table 4-5 COM2 Volume Control Troubleshooting Procedures
Symptom
Possible
Cause/s
Volume controls do not
work when
page or Door
Chime is
sent.
VCO- and
VCO+ may be
reverse wired,
or power + and
- may be
reversed.
What an authorized installer can do
1. Confirm symptom and homeowner’s findings regarding.
2. Verify that VCO+ and VCO-polarity is wired properly.
3. Verify power supply polarity is wired properly.
4. Enter a page or press a Door Station doorbell to verify
problem corrected.
If problem still exists, call ELAN Technical Support at 1-800622-ELAN.
Cannot hear
Page or Door
Chime when
volume controls are
turned down.
1. Page &
Doorbell Override feature is
not working.
1. Confirm symptom.
2. VCO- and
VCO+ may be
reverse wired,
or a power
supply + and may be
reversed.
3a. Rotary Volume Controls - Ensure that the Override Volume Jumpers are properly set for rotary volume controls.
2. Verify that VCO+ and VCO- connections for the overrides
are connected properly and polarity is maintained to the VCO
removable connectors on the back of the COM2.
3b. Electronic Volume Controls - Verify that the Override Volume settings are properly set.
4. Verify that the power supply (internal or external) is connected properly and is providing the voltage and current necessary to power the volume controls. Contact ELAN Technical
Support from the job site at 1-800-622-ELAN, if voltage is
present.
Table 4-6 COM2 Hum Troubleshooting Procedure
Symptom
Noise or hum
in phone earpiece.
4-6
Possible
Cause/s
Ground Loop
What an authorized installer can do
1. Remove any fax machines, answering machines, DSS/
Cable Boxes or any other equipment connected to the phone
system.
2. Bypass the COM2 RJ-11 connection with an RJ-ll jumper or
power off the COM2.
If the problem clears during the above checks, a ground loop
exists between the power circuit for the COM2 and the phone
system or connected equipment. Have a licensed electrician
check and repair grounding for the homes electrical system.
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Appendix A: Specifications
Table A-1 COM2 Communications Controller Specifications
Item
Description
Power Requirements
Home phone battery voltage
120V, 60Hz, 25W
48VDC
Relay Type
NO/NC dry contact
Current Limit
4A
Music-On-Hold Adjustment Range
Muted to +6dB.
(MOH suggested input level is between -10dBv and 0dBv)
Page/Door Chime Range (Mono,
Line Level)
Muted to +6dB
Volume Control Override (VCO)
Internal Power Supply
Trigger Inputs (2)
1A, 12VDC
Current limited + 12VDC Output
(connect to dry closure only)
Connector Interfaces
AC Power
VIA!NET IN/OUT
Trigger Output
Trigger Input
Relay/VCO Connections
Relay/VC Power
Audio Loop In/Out
Music On-Hold (MOH IN)
Door Station Bus
Phone Out (2-Line)
TELCO In (2-Line)
3-Prong Heavy Duty Power Cord
RJ-45
3.5mm Connectors
Removable Locking Connectors
Removable Locking Connectors
Removable Locking Connectors
RCA Type, Line Level Only
RCA Type, Line Level Only
Removable Locking Connectors
RJ-14
RJ-14
Door Station Bus
Mic /Speaker max gain
+9dB Boost
Recommended Wire
Doors Station Assembly
RJ-45 interface (VIA!Net)
RJ-14 “Telco” interface
Dimensions (HxWxD)
Freestanding Model
Rackmount Model
Cat-5 Communications Wire or 2-conductor “bell” wire
Cat-5 Communications Wire
Cat-5 Communications Wire
2.25 x 17.00 x 12.50 inches
5.72 x 43.18 x 31.75 cm
1.75 x 19.00 x 12.50 inches
4.44 x 48.26 x 31.75 cm
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Appendix B: Door Stations
Introduction
ELAN’s new DS3 Series Door Station and the COM2 Communications Controller provide you
with full two-way communications and door latch control from your touch-tone telephones. A
simple #-D (for Door) from any touch-tone phone allows you to speak with visitors at the door.
Another simple button press (“0”) activates the door latch to let them in (if you are so inclined).
The door latch must be installed and is not included. The DSC3, with its on-board color
camera, gives you the option of seeing who is there before you even pick up the phone.
Door Stations Models
ELAN’s two-wire door station models include the DSS3 Surface Mount Door Station, the DSF3
Flush Mount Door Station, and DSC3 Flush Mount Door Station with Color Camera. Designed
to be installed in a variety of locations, each door station allows custom installation in areas
such as the front door, back door, guest house, or gates. Each model allows independent
conversation with visitors at up to four locations. With the Door Latch Activation feature, you
can remotely unlock a door or gate and let the visitor enter, if desired (a third-party door latch
must be installed and is not included with ELAN Door Stations.
NOTE: The new DS3 Series Door Stations are only compatible with ELAN’s COM2
Communications Controller and will not work with the Z•600
Communications Contoller or HDC1050/HDC2050 Telephone Interface
Cards used with ELAN HD systems.
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Specifications
Table B-1 provides the DS Series Door Station Specifications.
Table B-1 Specifications
Item
Description
Door Station
Speaker
8 ohm, sealed back mylar cone
Microphone
Hi-gain omni-directional condenser
Door Latch Relay
12VDC coil, 2A contact rating
Wiring Requirements
Cat-5, 1000ft max
DSC3 Color Camera Specifications
Imager
1/3 in. CCD
Auto Iris
1/50-1/100,000 sec.
Lux
.05 min.
Resolution
480 Horizontal Lines
Horiz. Viewing Angle
120°
Vert. Viewing Angle
100°
Swivel
+15°/-15° left to right
Video Output
1V peak-to-peak
Video Output Impedance
75 Ohms
Power Requirements
12VDC @ 130 mA
PreWiring & Installing The Door Stations
The DSF3 and DSS3 Door Stations require two conductors to achieve full functionality. The
DSC3 requires six conductors in order to utilize the camera functionality eight for long runs
(over 500 feet). Cat-5 network cable is recommended in each instance. Route Cat-5 from the
head-end location to each Door Station location, avoiding sharp angles.
To physically mount DSF3 and DSC3 Door Stations, use an ELAN DBK1000 Rough-In Bracket
during construction. The DSS3 Door Station is designed to be surface mounted and utilizes
four wall anchors and screw.
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DSC3
Door Station/
Color CCTV
+DB- -DS+ 1RL2
Orange
Brown
Black
Red
White
Green
COLOR
DOOR
NEWCCTV
DSC2000
STATION
CAMERA /
To Video Balun
via Cat-5
To Door
Latch
{
{
To Video Balun
via Cat-5
For best aesthetics and audio quality, (and viewing angle when positioning the DSC3), mount
the unit approximately 4-1/2 to 5-1/2 feet from the ground. It is strongly recommended that
you test the view from the camera before finalizing installation!
Recommended
Mounting Height:
4.5ft. to 5.5 ft.
-
Doorbell
Button
+
Figure B-1: Recommended Camera Height
Door Station DIP Switch Settings
Each door station has DIP switches that must be set to allow the COM2 to differentiate
between door stations and assign unique chimes, see (Figure B-2).
WARNING: The COM2 must be powered down during DIP
switch adjustments to ensure proper operation and
implementation of the new switch settings.
Door Station 1
1 2
Door Station 2
ON
ON
3
1 2
Door
Station
Door Station 3
ON
3
1 2
Door Station 4
ON
3
1 2
3
DIP Switch Setting
1
1 - ON, 2 - ON, 3 - ON
2
1 - OFF, 2 - ON, 3 - ON
3
1 - ON, 2 - OFF, 3 - ON
4
1 - OFF, 2 - OFF, 3 - ON
Figure B-2: Door Station DIP Switch Settings
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Locate and adjust the DIP switches to indicate the desired door station for your location, i.e.,
front door = Door Station 1, back door = Door Station 2 etc. (see Figure B-3).
#! #2
1+
#(/
26(3"'$2
$3
2,
#2%Ø.1Ø#22
#2"
Figure B-3: DIP Switch Locations
VBRM Video Balun
The DSC3 Door Station with Color Camera requires the use of ELAN’s VBRM Video Balun
(included) to properly pass video thru Cat-5 network cable at any significant distances.
Figure 3-8 and Figure 3-9 shows the wiring connections using Cat-5 network cable.
Figure B-4 shows the connections for the VBRM Video Balun.
VIDEO
OUTPUT
PWR3 PS INPUT
JACK
(12VDC 1.5 Amp)
VBRM VIDEO BALUN
QUICK LOCK
CONNECTOR
DSDS+
PWR
GND
VIDVID+
DSDS+
Quick Lock connection
used for runs up to
1000 feet.
RJ45 connection
used for runs up to
500 feet.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OUT
TO COM2
CONNECTED
TO DSC3
DOOR STATION
NOTE: Installer can use either the
Quick Lock Connector for runs from
0-1000 feet, or the RJ45 Connector
for runs from 0-500 feet to connect
the DSC3 with camera, but not both.
RJ45
CONNECTOR
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
DSDS+
PWR
GND
VIDVID+
DSDS+
CONNECTED TO
DSC3 DOOR STATION
B-4
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Figure B-4: VBRM Video Balun
NOTE: The ELAN DSC3, DSF3, or DSS3 Door Stations interface with the COM2
Communications Controller to provide door chime and door station
communications functionality. Use Cat-5 for these connections. Cat-5
network cable must be used if using the DSC3 in conjunction with the
VBRM Video Balun.
Non VBRM Applications
In the rare instance that an ELAN VBRM Video Balun is not used, the installer can still connect
the DSC3 Door Station and camera, using Cat-5 for the door station, RG59/RG6 for the
camera and 18/2 AWG stranded wire for power. ELAN recommends using Cat-5 wire for the
DS+ and DS- connections from the door station to the COM2 Door Station Bus.
To connect the camera, perform the following:
3) Unplug the power connector and RCA video connector from the video balun on the
DSC3 circuit board.
4) Remove the camera power connector, then strip back the insulation on the red and
black camera power wires and connect the corresponding red and black conductors
of the 18/2 AWG wire as shown in Figure B-4.
NOTE: DO NOT remove the DSC3's yellow (video) RCA jack connector!
5) Remove the connector from the PWR3 Power Supply (see Figure B-5).
6) Tie the red wire of the 18/2 AWG to the black/white wire of the PWR3. Tie the black wire
of the 18/2 AWG to the black wire of PWR3 Power Supply (see Figure B-4).
7) Splice camera power to PWR3 using 18/2 wire.
8) Connect “F-to-RCA” barrel connector (included) between the RG-6 or RG-59 coax cable
and the DSC3 RCA composite video connector (yellow).
(Splice)
3
+ -
+
1 2
-
18/2
(for Power)
P
S
+DB- -DS+ 1RL2
To ELAN V883, S12,
or MOD4000 Video Controller
Normally located
at the equipment
head end.
Figure B-5: DSC3 Without VBRM
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DSF3 & DSC3 Installation
Both the DSF3 and DSC3 Door Stations are installed using the DBK1000 Door Station/Camera
Rough-In Bracket (sold separately).
In order to install the DSC3 or DSF3 Door Station in the DBK1000 the door station trim
brackets must be mounted to the front of the DBK1000 (see Figure B-6). Note the orientation
of the trim bracket’s inner flanges
DBK 1000
DOOR STATION
ROUGH-IN BRACKET
TRIM BRACKETS
DSC3 OR DSF3
Figure B-6: Mounting the DSC3 or DSF3 Trim Brackets
The DSC3 ships ready for horizontal installation. Should you choose to mount the DSC3
vertically, the DBK1000 must also be mounted vertically and the camera module must be
rotated 90 degrees to orientate the camera display (see Figure B-7).
Whether mounted horizontally or vertically, the Camera Wire should always protrude from the
upper right corner of the camera module when the DSC3 is viewed from the rear.
Camera
Module
Camera
Module
+DB- -DS+ 1RL2
+DB- -DS+ 1RL2
3
-
+ -
+
1 2
-
+ -
+
3
Camera
Bracket
1 2
Set
Screw
NOTE: Regardless of the DSC3’s
orientation, always make sure the
wire protruding from the rear of the
camera module is located in the
upper right corner when viewed
from the rear!
Camera
Wire
Figure B-7: Camera Wire Orientation
B-6
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1) Use 7/16 wrench to loosen the screw and rotate the camera.
2) Make sure the camera wire is located in the upper right corner of the camera module
when the DSC3 is viewed from the rear.
3) Adjust the viewing angle by carefully twisting the camera bracket.
4) Once the camera has been repositioned, tighten the bracket screw to secure the camera
at the desired position.
Cat-5 network cable must be used to connect ELAN Door Stations as shown in Figure 3-8 and
Figure 3-9. Connecting the DSC3 includes a video balun on the head end to provide power to
the camera module for cable lengths over 125 feet and up to 1000 feet. If Cat-5 network cable
is not applicable for your specific installation you can still wire your door stations. ELAN
suggests using RG59 for video and 18/2 for all other connects. In this case, the video balun
should not be used.
NOTE: ELAN recommends using the provided doorbell only. A non ELAN doorbell
has not been tested and is not covered under ELAN’s Door Station Warranty
DSC3 Doorbell Button Installation
The DSC3 Door Station is designed with a separate matching doorbell button from the door
station assembly. This enables the doorbell button to be installed in a conventional doorbell
location, and the door station mounted higher up for optimum camera viewing.
NOTE: ELAN recommends using the provided doorbell button only. A non ELAN
doorbell button has not been tested and is not covered under ELAN’s Door
Station Warranty.
NOTE: if the doorbell push button does not light after connecting the db+ and dbleads from the Door Station, reverse the leads, polarity must be maintained
in order for the doorbell light to function properly.
NOTE: Be sure to pull the doorbell push button wires through the back of the
DBK1000 Door Station Rough-in Box.
DSS3 Installation
The DSS3 is a surface mount door station designed to work with the COM2, ELAN's nextgeneration in-home communications controller. Connect the DSS3 Door Station using Cat-5
network cable as shown in Figure 3-8 and Figure 3-9.
The DSS3 has a surface mounting plate that attaches to most surfaces with 4 wall anchors
and 4 screws. Attach attach the door station and surface bracket as shown in Figure B-8.
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To install the DSS3 Door Station:
1) Using the surface bracket as a template, mark and drill the four corner holes. Insert a
wall anchor in to each hole.
2) Attach the surface bracket using the four surface mounting screws.
NOTE: Make sure to make your electrical connections prior to mounting the door
station.
3) Connect DS + and DS - using a butt splice or other appropriate connector.
4) Mount the door station to the surface bracket, as illustrated in Figure B-8. Note the
orientation of the Mounting Plate flanges.
Figure B-8: Mounting the DSS3 Door Station
B-8
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Limited Warranty
ELAN HOME SYSTEMS L.L.C. (“ELAN”) warrants the COM2 Communications Controller to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for the period of two years (2 years) from date of purchase. If within the applicable warranty
period above purchaser discovers that such item was not as warranted above and promptly notifies ELAN in writing,
ELAN shall repair or replace the item at the company's option. This warranty shall not apply (a) to equipment not manufactured by ELAN, (b) to equipment which shall have been installed by other than an ELAN authorized installer, (c) to
installed equipment which is not installed to ELAN's specifications, (d) to equipment which shall have been repaired or
altered by others than ELAN, (e) to equipment which shall have been subjected to negligence, accident, or damage by
circumstances beyond ELAN's control, including, but not limited to, lightning, flood, electrical surge, tornado, earthquake, or other catastrophic events beyond ELAN's control, or to improper operation, maintenance or storage, or to
other than normal use of service. With respect to equipment sold by, but not manufactured by ELAN, the warranty obligations of ELAN shall in all respects conform to the warranty actually extended to ELAN by its supplier. The foregoing
warranties do not cover reimbursement for labor, transportation, removal, installation or other expenses which may be
incurred in connection with repair or replacement.
Except as may be expressly provided and authorized in writing by ELAN, ELAN shall not be subject to any other obligations or liabilities whatsoever with respect to equipment manufactured by ELAN or services rendered by ELAN.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESSED AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES EXCEPT WARRANTIES OF TITLE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
ATTENTION: TO OUR VALUED CONSUMERS
To ensure that consumers obtain quality pre-sale and after-sale support and service, ELAN Home Systems products are
sold exclusively through authorized dealers. ELAN products are not sold online. The warranties on ELAN products are
NOT VALID if the products have been purchased from an unauthorized dealer or an online E-tailer. To determine if your
ELAN reseller is authorized, please contact ELAN Home Systems at (859) 269-7760.
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