Specifications | Aiphone 0207 AIC Intercom System User Manual

0207 C AI
GH SERIES
Apartment Intercom System
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INSTALLATION &OPERATION MANUAL
PRECAUTIONS
General Prohibitions
Prohibition to Dismantle the Unit
Prohibition on Subjecting the Unit to Water
General Precautions
WARNING
(Negligence could result in death or serious injury to people)
1. The unit must be installed and wired by a qualified technician.
2. Do not dismantle or alter the unit. Fire or electric shock could result.
3. Do not connect any non-specified power source to the +, - terminals, and do not
install two power supplies in parallel to a single input. Fire, damage to the unit,
or system malfunction could result.
4. Keep the unit away from water or any other liquid. Fire or electric shock could
result.
5. Do not plug or unplug with wet hands. Electric shock could result.
6. Do not put any metal or paper into the unit through the openings. Fire or
electric shock could result.
7. High voltage is present internally. Do not open the case. Electric shock could
result.
CAUTION
(Negligence could result in injury to people or damage to property)
1. Before turning on power, make sure wires are not crossed or shorted. Fire or
electric shock could result.
2. Do not manually hold down hook switch while testing and verifying chime or
call tone volume. The chime tone is very loud in earpiece,and could cause
hearing damage.
3. Do not install or make any wire terminations while power supply is plugged in.
It can cause electrical shock or damage to the unit.
4. Do not install the unit in a location subject to constant vibration or impact. If
dropped, injury or unit damage could result.
5. When mounting the unit on wall, install the unit in a convenient location, but
not where it could be jarred or bumped. Injury could result.
6. Do not alter or change wall-mounting of the unit. If dropped, it can cause injury.
7. Do not put high pressure on the video-monitor surface. If fractured, injury
could result.
8. If LCD is punctured, do not allow contact with the liquid crystal inside.
Inflammation could result. If necessary, gargle your mouth and clean your eyes
or skin with clear water for at least 15 minutes, and consult your doctor.
9. When cleaning outer surface with high-pressure water, be sure that the entrance
station will not be subjected to direct water pressure. Damage to the unit could
result.
10. To avoid system malfunction, do not install the unit in places;
1. high or extreme cold temperature,
2. subject to moisture or humidity extremes,
3. environmental conditions: dust, oil, chemicals, salt, etc.,
4. constant vibration or impact, and 5. steam or smoke.
11. Do not put anything on or cover the unit with cloth, etc. Fire or unit trouble
could result.
12. For DC powered systems, use Aiphone power supply model specified with
system. If non-specified product is used, fire or malfunction could result.
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
1. All the units, except for entrance station, is designed for indoor use only. Do
not use outdoors.
2. The unit will be inoperative during a power outage.
3. In areas where broadcasting station antennas are close by, the intercom system
may be affected by radio frequency interference.
4. Keep the intercom wires more than 12 inches (30 cm) away from AC
100~240V wiring. AC induced noise and/or unit malfunction could result.
5. Keep the unit more than 1 m away from Radio or TV set.
6. When strong light comes in on the unit's screen, the image looks white or
silhouetted. But this is not a unit trouble.
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1
1-1
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
a
c (d)
b
e
c
d
Max. 48
Max. 25 / Trunk
(1)
(2)
(3)
[10]
GH-1KD
Trunk
:A
:V
:P
[9]
[1]
GH-VBC
[6]
GH-VA
[5]
GH-DA/A
GH-VA + GH-DA/A +
GH-SW
[10]
GH-1KD
[10]
GH-1KD
GH-BC
[9]
[10]
[5]
[8]
GH-4Z
Max. 6
GH-1KD
[10]
GH-1KD
PS24
Max. 5
(3 per trunk)
[10]
GH-1KD
PS24
[7]
PS24
[10]
GH-1KD
GH-1KD
[10]
2
[5]
GH-4Z
Max. 6
GH-1KD
b
GH-VA + GH-DA/A +
GH-NS, GH-10K
[10]
GH-1KD
#6 ~ #2
[10]
a
Max. 48
Max. 25 / Trunk
Trunk
#1
1
[10]
GH-1KD
2
1
DP
[2]
[11] GH-1AD
[12] GH-1MD
1
[13] GH-1KD + GH-HS
2
2
1
1
GH-DA/A +
GH-NS, GH-10K
[3]
SW
[5]
PS24
GH-VBC
GH-DA/A + GH-SW
[4]
300 m
GH-VBC
GH-VBC
GH-VBC
GH-1KD, GH-1MD
GH-VA
PS24
150 m
STD
e
EXP
SW
PS24
150 m
STD
EXP
STD
SW
SW
GH-MK
[14]
1
2
A
B
3
C
D
E
4
G
H
5
I
J
K
M
PQ
8
R
T
V
O
9Z
WX
U
F
6
L
N
7S
Y
0
PS24
PS-2410LC PS-2410LD
AC
AC
PS-2410DIN
[5]
PS24
AC
Max. 2
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PS24
150 m
EXP
1-1
Standard System Configuration
(1) Audio signal line
(2) Video signal line
(3) Power supply line
a. Entrance station (For details, see 2-1 and 2-2)
[1] Audio/video + digital name scrolling type
GH-VA + GH-DA/A + GH-NS, GH-10K
[2] Audio/video + direct selection type
GH-VA + GH-DA/A + GH-SW
[3] Audio + digital name scrolling type
GH-DA/A + GH-NS, GH-10K
[4] Audio + direct selection type
GH-DA/A + GH-SW
b. Bus control units
[5] Power supply PS-2410LC, PS-2410LD, PS-2410DIN
[6] Video Bus control unit GH-VBC
∗ GH-VBC can be used as an extension adaptor as well. To do so,
set the setting switch to "EXP." (2 units per trunk line)
Even if two GH-VBC units are used as extension adaptors
(SW: EXP), the wiring distance from the video Bus control
unit (SW: STD) to the farthest video residential station is
limited to 300 m (980').
[7] Bus control unit GH-BC
[8] Distribution terminal (junction): sold separately
c. Residential station (For details, see 2-4): Station-to-station wiring
d. Residential station (For details, see 2-4): Homerun wiring
Do not mix station-to-station wiring and homerun wiring on a
single trunk line.
[9] 4-way video junction unit GH-4Z
[10] Color video residential station GH-1KD
[11] Audio residential station GH-1AD
[12] Black &White video residential station GH-1MD
Station-to-station wiring is not possible for GH-1MD
[13] Color video residential station + handset (option) GH-1KD + GH-HS
e. Security Guard Station
[14] Security guard station GH-MK
Capacity
Entrance Station
Maximum 5 stations
(up to 3 stations per trunk)
Residential Station
Maximum 48 stations
(up to 25 stations per trunk)
Security Guard Station
Maximum 2 stations
Residential stations
Maximum 4 stations
in the same residence
(up to 2 monitor stations)
4-way video junction unit
Maximum 6 units per trunk
Bus control unit
Maximum 1 unit per system
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Standard System Configuration
Expanded System Configuration
Wiring Distance
COMPONENTS
Unit (Entrance Station)
Combination Examples for Entrance Station, Unit (Bus Control Unit and Others)
Residential Station, Security Guard Station
MOUNTING
Mounting the Entrance Station (1)
Mounting the Entrance Station (2), (3)
Bus Control Unit and Power Supply
Residential Station, Optional Handset
Security Guard Station (Desk-top Mounting Using the GFW-S Stand), (Mounted on Wall)
WIRING
Standard System
Standard System (1)
Standard System (2) Station-to-Station Wiring
Standard System (3) Homerun Wiring
Expanded System
External Signaling Relay Connection
NAMES (ENTRANCE STATION)
Entrance Station (GH-VA, GH-DA/A, GH-NS, GH-10K), (GH-DA/A, GH-SW)
NAMES (RESIDENTIAL STATION)
Residential Station (GH-1AD, GH-1KD)
Residential Station (GH-1MD)
NAMES (SECURITY GUARD STATION)
Security Guard Station (GH-MK)
SETTING UP (ENTRANCE STATION)
Adjusting the Camera Angle, Entering Names and Addresses
Making Adjustments with the Mounting Gauge
Setting up the System
Programming (GH-NS)
Program Mode (GH-NS)
SETTING UP (SECURITY GUARD STATION)
Programming (GH-MK)
Program Mode (GH-MK)
OPERATIONS (ENTRANCE STATION)
Calling a Residential Station
Calling the Security Guard Station, Door Release
OPERATIONS (RESIDENTIAL STATION)
Replying to a Call
Calling from the Doorbell (at Individual Door), Door Release, Turning on the Entrance Light,
Calling the Security Guard Station, Automatic Entry (Doctor Call) Option
Emergency Alarm, Monitoring Entrance Stations
OPERATIONS (SECURITY GUARD STATION)
Replying to a Call from an Entrance Station, Replying to a Call from a Residential Station
Calling an Entrance Station, Calling a Residential Station
Calling Another Security Guard Station, Emergency Call
Reception mode, Calling from the Doorbell, Missed call
TECHNICAL PRECAUTIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
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4
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
18
19
20
22
25
26
26
27
27
28
29
30
31
32
34
35
38
39
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
46
1-2
1
2
#1
a
e
f
#2
#1
b
c (d)
#2
b
c (d)
#3
b
c (d)
#4
b
c (d)
a
e
#1
#1
a
f
[1] GH-VBX
#2
GH-VA + GH-DA/A +
GH-NS, GH-10K
GH-VBC
#3
#4
[4]
PS24
b
GH-VA
[4]
PS24
GH-DA/A
Max. 8
(3 per trunk)
GH-BC
GH-BC
e GH-MK
1
2
A
B
D
G
5
I
J
K
M
N
PQ
T
PS24
Y
c (d)
[3] DP
F
O
9Z
V
WX
U
0
GH-1KD / GH-4Z
[4]
Max. 2
[2] GH-BCX/A
#2
[4]
PS24
a
#2
GH-VA + GH-DA/A +
GH-NS, GH-10K
[4]
PS24
#2
GH-VA
GH-DA/A
#4
GH-BC
e GH-MK
1
2
A
B
D
G
5
I
J
K
M
PQ
T
Y
PS24
[4]
Max. 2
(1)
(2)
(3)
#4
[3] DP
O
9Z
WX
V
F
6
L
N
8
U
0
[4]
PS24
3
C
E
4
H
R
#3
#3
Max. 8
(3 per trunk)
7S
Max. 125
Max. 25 / Trunk
[3] DP
6
L
8
R
[4]
PS24
3
C
E
4
H
7S
[4]
PS24
:A
:V
:P
PS24
PS-2410LC PS-2410LD
AC
AC
PS-2410DIN
AC
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1-2
1-3
Expanded System Configuration Diagram
1. Common trunk line #1, 2
2. Sub trunk line #1 - 4
Sub trunk line #2 - #4 are the same as #1. Maximum 125 units
per sub trunk line.
(1) Audio signal line
(2) Video signal line
(3) Power supply line
a. Entrance station (For details, see 2-1 and 2-2)
b. Bus control unit
c. Residential station (For details, see 2-4):
Station-to-station wiring (For details, see 1-1)
d. Residential station (For details, see 2-4):
Homerun wiring (For details, see 1-1)
Do not mix station-to-station wiring and homerun wiring on a
single trunk line.
e. Security Guard Station
f. Expanded Bus control unit
[1] Expanded video Bus control unit GH-VBX
[2] Expanded Bus control unit GH-BCX/A
[3] Distribution terminal (junction): Not included
[4] Power supply PS-2410LC, PS-2410LD, PS-2410DIN
Wiring Distance
∗ DP = Distribution Point
Entrance Station
Residential stations
per Sub trunk line
Residential Station
Security Guard Station
Residential stations
in the same residence
Bus control unit
per Common trunk line
Bus control unit
per Sub trunk line
Diameter of wires
GH-BC - DP
DP - GH-DA/A
GH-VBC - GH-VA
GH-MK - DP
DP - farthest residential station
(R1-R2)
(Includes system with GH-4Z)
GH-VBC - farthest residential station
(1 monitor unit/residence)
(Includes system with GH-4Z)
GH-VBC - farthest residential station
(2 monitor units/residence)
(Includes system with GH-4Z)
GH-VBC (SW: STD)
- GH-VBC (SW: EXP)
GH-BC - power supply
Capacity
Maximum 16 stations
(up to 3 stations per trunk)
Maximum 125 stations
(up to 25 stations per trunk)
Maximum 500 stations
Maximum 4 stations
Maximum 4 stations
(up to 2 monitor stations)
Maximum 1 unit
0.65 mm 0.8 mm 1.0 mm
(22 AWG) (20 AWG) (18 AWG)
5m
(16')
300 m
(980')
300 m
150 m
(980')
(490')
300 m
(980')
300 m
(980')
100 m
(330')
150 m
(500')
-
50 m
(165')
100 m
(330')
150 m
(500')
100 m
(330')
-
150 m
(500')
5m
(16')
5m
(16')
300 m
(980')
300 m
(980')
2500 m
(8200')
5m
(16')
300 m
(980')
150 m
(500')
300 m
(980')
300 m
(980')
300 m
(980')
-
GH-VBC - power supply
-
GH-NS - power supply
-
GH-MK - power supply
-
Standard system
total wiring distance
GH-BCX/A - power supply
-
GH-BC - GH-BCX/A
-
GH-VBC - GH-VBX
-
GH-DA/A - GH-BCX/A
-
-
Maximum 1 unit
GH-VA - GH-VBX
GH-BCX/A - farthest residential station
(R1-R2)
(Includes system with GH-4Z)
GH-VBX - farthest residential station
(1 monitor unit/residence)
(Includes system with GH-4Z)
GH-VBX - farthest residential station
(2 monitor units/residence)
(Includes system with GH-4Z)
Expanded system
total per Common trunk line
(maximum 2 trunk lines)
Expanded system
total per Sub trunk line
(maximum 4 trunk lines)
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150 m
(500')
-
5m
(16')
5m
(16')
300 m
(980')
300 m
(980')
5m
(16')
-
100 m
(330')
150 m
(500')
-
50 m
(165')
100 m
(330')
150 m
(500')
-
each
2500 m
(8200')
each
2500 m
(8200')
-
-
-
2
2-1
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
[11]
[12]
[13]
[14]
[15]
[16]
[17]
[18]
[20]
[19]
[20]
[21]
[22]
[23]
[24]
[25]
Unit (Entrance Station)
[1] Speech module panel GH-DP
[2] Speech module GH-DA/A
[3] Camera module panel GF-VP
[4] Camera module GH-VA
[5] 1-call button panel GF-1P
[6] 2-call button panel GF-2P
[7] 3-call button panel GF-3P
[8] 4-call button panel GF-4P
[9] Call switch module GH-SW
[10] Digital name scroll module panel GF-NSP
[11] Digital name scroll module GH-NS
[12] RS-232C cable (included with GH-NS)
[13] Digital keypad module panel GF-10KP
[14] Digital keypad module GH-10K
[15] Address module panel GF-AP
[16] Blank panel GF-BP
[17] Address module GH-AD
[18] 3-module front frame GF-3F
[19] 2-module front frame GF-2F
[20] Mounting bracket (included with GF-3F and GF-2F)
[21] 3-module back box GF-3B
[22] 2-module back box GF-2B
[23] Joint pipe (included with GF-3B and GF-2B)
[24] Mounting gauge (included with GF-3B and GF-2B)
[25] Rain hood GF-nH (option)
[26] Surface-mount box GF-202B (option; for Europe Only)
[27] Hooded surface-mount box GF-nHB (option)
[28] 80 cm (32") connection cable GF-C (option)
COMPONENTS
[26]
[27]
[28]
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2-3
2-2
1
[1]
2
[2]
[3]
AIPHONE
AIPHONE
3
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
4
AIPHONE
AIPHONE
Combination Examples for Entrance Station
1. Audio only. Direct selection (8 stations).
2. Audio/video. Direct selection (8 stations).
3. Audio only. Digital name scrolling.
4. Audio/video. Digital name scrolling.
[10]
[11]
[12]
Unit (Bus Control Unit and Others)
[1] Bus control unit GH-BC (mounting bracket is not included)
[2] Special screwdriver (included with GH-BC)
[3] CD (contains operation manual and setup tool)
(included with GH-BC)
[4] Video Bus control unit GH-VBC (mounting bracket is not included)
[5] 4-way video junction unit GH-4Z (mounting bracket is not included)
[6] Expanded Bus control unit GH-BCX/A (mounting bracket is
included)
[7] Expanded video Bus control unit GH-VBX (mounting bracket is
included)
[8] External signaling relay GH-RY
[9] Mounting screws (included with GH-RY)
[10] Power supply PS-2410LC
[11] Power supply PS-2410LD
[12] Power supply PS-2410DIN
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2-4
[2]
[1]
[3]
[2]
1
2
A
G
H I
3
5
J
K L
P
8
W
T
U V
E F
6
M
S
B C
D
4
7
Q R
N O
9
X Y
Z
[1]
2-5
0
[4]
[5]
[6]
Security Guard Station
[1] Security guard station GH-MK
[2] Mounting screws (enclosed with GH-MK)
[3] RS-232C cable (enclosed with GH-MK)
Residential Station
[1] Audio residential station GH-1AD
[2] Color monitor residential station GH-1KD
[3] Mounting screws (enclosed with GH-1AD and GH-1KD)
[4] Black-and-white monitor residential station GH-1MD
[5] Mounting screws (enclosed with GH-1MD)
[6] Optional handset GH-HS (mounting screws are attached back
side)
GH-HS can be installed only for the color monitor residential
station GH-1KD.
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[3]
3
3-1
1
[1]
[2]
200mm
(7-7/8")
[1]
25mm
(1")
[2]
[3]
Mounting the Entrance Station (1)
[1] Back box
[2] Joint pipe
[3] Back box assembly dimensions
[4] Special screwdriver (enclosed with GH-BC)
1. Mounting the back box
• Make a hole for the cable.
• Use the joint pipe to assemble the back box.
• Make sure the back box is mounted level.
• Mount the camera and GH-NS module at eye-level for the
average height of an adult.
Do not mount the back box on a surface that is recessed by 15
mm (1/2") or more from the external surface of the wall.
2. Set up the modules.
• For information on what modules can be used, see 2-1 and 2-2.
Up to 6 GH-SW modules can be used. If you would like to
connect 7 modules or more, please contact Aiphone.
3. Mount each module panel to the front frame.
• Mount the panels from behind the front frame.
• Insert the notch into the slots on both sides and slide it downward.
4. Mount each module to the mounting bracket.
• Set the modules in the mounting bracket until they click in place.
5. Options
a. Rain hood GF-H
b. Surface-mount box GF-202B
c. Hooded surface-mount box GF-HB
d. 80 cm (32") connection cable GF-C
Peel off protection film on GH-NS display.
MOUNTING
W
[1]
GF-2B/3B W (mm)
x1
110
x2
245
x3
380
x4
515
x5
650
x6
785
x7
920
x8
1055
x9
1190
44mm
(1-3/4")
15mm
(9/16")
W (inch)
4-5/16"
9-5/8"
15"
20-1/4"
25-9/16"
30-7/8"
36-1/4"
41-9/16"
46-7/8"
295mm
(11-5/8")
25mm
(1")
25mm
(1")
44mm
(1-3/4")
15mm
(9/16")
W
2
[4]
4
3
5
b
a
c
d
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3-2
3-3
1
1
GH-DA/A
GH-DA/A
CN3
GH-NS
CN1
CN2
GH-VA
CN3
CN1
ON
CN1
1
2
3
GH-DA/A
4
CN2
CN1
103
CN100
CN2
GH-AD
2
GH-10K
3
GF-C
2
ON
1
2
3
4
GH-VA
GH-NS
GH-DA/A
GH-10K
GH-AD
GF-BP
GF-3B
GF-3B
103
GH-DA/A
GH-DA/A
ON
1
2
3
4
ON
CN2
103
GF-3B
GH-SW
ON
1
GF-3B
GF-3B
GF-C
2
ON
CN1
3
CN2
Mounting the Entrance Station (3)
1. Example of interconnection of modules.
2. Use GF-C to connect to the name scrolling module.
3. To position the speech module in the center row, run GF-C
through the joint pipe in advance.
CN1
CN1
CN2
CN2
CN1
CN1
CN2
CN2
CN1
4
5
GH-DA/A
CN1
ON
1
2
3
4
CN2
103
Mounting the Entrance Station (2)
1. Remove the terminal cover.
2. From the speech module to the next module, insert the attached
connector into the socket. Make sure to run the cable under the
terminal cover for protection.
3. Connect the connectors between the modules with cables.
4. Run the connection cable through the joint pipe (which you
should have made open in advance) and connect CN1 of GHSW to the next row.
5. Put back the terminal cover.
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3-4
1
Bus Control Unit and Power Supply
[1] Din rail (W-DIN11)
[2] Screw hole
[3] POWER switch
[4] Power On LED (green)
[5] Lock release lever
[6] Wall mounting screws (x2)
1. Mount GH-BC and GH-VBC to the Din rail. Click unit into
place.
∗ To remove GH-BC and GH-VBC, pull the lock release lever
down.
∗ If there is a problem with the system, check the power supply
wiring. Turn off the GH-BC and GH-VBC power switch and
then turn the switch back on after four seconds. This will reset
the entire system.
2. Mount GH-BC and GH-VBC directly to the wall surface.
3. Mount GH-4Z to the Din rail.
∗ To remove GH-4Z, pull the lock release lever down.
4. Mount GH-4Z directly to the wall surface.
5. Mount GH-BCX/A and GH-VBX to the Din rail. To remove
GH-BCX/A and GH-VBX, pull the lock release lever down.
1. GH-BCX/A and GH-VBX cannot be mounted directly to
the wall surface.
2. The length of the connecting cable between the GH-BCX/A
and GH-VBX is 40 cm (15-3/4"). Therefore, mount the GHBCX/A and GH-VBX adjacent to each other.
6. Power supply PS-2410LC, PS-2410LD, PS-2410DIN
Red: +
Black: -
2
[1]
[2]
[1]
GH-BC
GH-VBC
[3]
[6]
GH-BC
GH-VBC
[2]
[4]
ON
OFF
[5]
3
4
[1]
[2]
[1]
[6]
GH-4Z
GH-4Z
[2]
[5]
5
[1]
[1]
GH-BCX/A
GH-VBX
[5]
6
+
+
–
+
–
PS-2410LC
–
PS-2410LD
[1]
PS-2410DIN
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3-5
3-6
[3]
GH-1AD
GH-1KD
[1]
1
[2]
[2]
[1]
[3]
83.5mm (3-5/16")
OR
60mm (2-3/8")
[3]
2
SW1 A
B Do not remove the wires (For end users)
IN
OUT
0.65 10 9
R1 R2 R1 R2 C CE
K KE
[4]
SW1 A
users)
es (For end
e the wir 10 9
not remov OUT 0.65 K KE
B Do IN
CE
R2 C
R1
R1 R2
Optional Handset
[1] Chassis
[2] Handset (GH-HS)
[3] Screws (x2)
• Connect the station unit joint connector.
GH-HS can be installed only for the color monitor residential
station (GH-1KD).
3
GH-1MD
Residential Station
[1] Mounting screws (x2)
[2] Mounting bracket
[3] 1-gang box or round back box
[4] Terminal block (GH-1AD, GH-1KD)
1. Mount the mounting bracket on the 1-gang box.
2. Connect the wiring to the terminal block.
3. Mount the station unit to the mounting bracket.
Strip away the jacket of the cable and insert all wires into the
slots in an orderly fashion. Failure to do so could result in
pinching that may damage the wiring.
NOTE: To remove the terminal block, slide the terminal block
and pull it out. (GH-1AD, GH-1KD)
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3-7
3-8
1
2
[2]
[1]
[1]
83.5mm (3-5/16")
1
G
P
H
I
S
K
L
M
R
3
E
5
J
Q
C
D
7
B
T
U
V
N
OR
O
W
9
X
0
F
6
8
Y
Z
A
4
2
60mm (2-3/8")
[2]
3
[1]
[3]
4
5
[4]
1
2
A
B
3
C
D
E
4
G
H
5
I
J
K
M
PQ
8
R
T
V
Security Guard Station (Wall-mounting)
[1] 1-gang box or round back box
[2] Mounting bracket
[3] Wiring slot
[4] Terminal block
1. Mount the mounting bracket on the 1-gang box.
2. Connect the wiring to the terminal block.
3. Mount the station unit to the mounting bracket.
Strip away the jacket of the cable and insert all wires into the
slots in an orderly fashion. Failure to do so could result in
pinching that may damage the wiring.
NOTES: 1. To remove the terminal block, slide it to the left and
pull it out.
2. To wire along the main unit surface, use a nipper to
cut the section shown on the drawing.
Peel off protection film on display.
O
9Z
WX
U
F
6
L
N
7S
Y
0
Security Guard Station (Desk-top Mounting Using GFW-S Stand)
[1] Screws included with GFW-S (x4)
[2] Cable tie included with GFW-S
1. Separate the mounting bracket and the protective cover from
the back of the unit.
2. Mount the mounting bracket to GFW-S as shown in the drawing.
3. Connect the wiring to the terminal block, inserting the wires
into the slots in an orderly fashion.
Set the wiring in place with the cable tie to ensure that they
are not pulled out.
4. Cover the terminal section with the protective cover.
5. Insert the mounting bracket latch and slide it upward until it locks.
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4
WIRING
Standard system
Capacity
5 Entrance stations
2 Security guard stations
48 Residential stations
1P(Audio)
1P(Video)
1P
Homerun wiring with GH-4Z
Station-to-station wiring
Trunk line #2
Trunk line #1
1Px2
1Px2
1Px2
GH-4Z
1Px2
1Px2
Doorbell
1Px2
GH-1KD
1Px2
1Px2
1Px2
1P
1P
1Px2
GH-4Z
Doorbell
Doorbell
Doorbell
GH-1MD
GH-1KD
Doorbell
GH-1KD
GH-1MD, unlike GH-1KD,
is only available to connect
on a trunk line
with GH-4Z used
GH-1AD
GH-1AD
GH-1KD
GH-1KD
Max. 4 apartment stations can be linked per Residence
(including max. 2 monitor stations)
1Px2
1Px2
On the same trunk line, do not have two wiring methods mixed,
Station-to-station wiring and homerun wiring with GH-4Z
1Px2
Trunk line
#3 - #6
1Px2
Distribution
point
R1
PS24
R2
PS24
GH-BC
GH-VBC
1Px2
Entrance
#2 - #5
Light control
Timer
GH-RY
1Px2
1P
1P
AC
1P
Light
1
2
A
B
3
C
D
E
4
G
H
5
I
J
K
M
PQ
8
R
T
V
O
9Z
WX
U
F
6
L
N
7S
Y
0
PS24
Doorbell
Door release
GH-MK #1
Entrance station
#1
- 16 -
PS24
GH-MK
#2
Homerun wiring with GH-4Z
Station-to-station wiring
Trunk line #1
Trunk line #2
GH-4Z
A
B
R1 R2 B1 B2
GH-1KD
OUT
B1
B2
R1 R2 B1 B2
LINE OUT
B1
B2
OUT 3
OUT 4
R1
R2
1Px2
B1
IN
B2
OUT
IN
R1
R2
R1
R2
C
CE
A
B
Terminate
the last GH-4Z
1Px2
B1
B2
R1
R2
B
Doorbell
IN
R1
OUT
R2
R1
OUT
R2
R1
IN
R2
C
CE
R1
IN
R2
C
CE
GH-1AD
GH-1AD
B1
B2
OUT 1
R1
R2
B1
B2
OUT 2
R1
R2
LINE IN
R1 R2 B1 B2
R1
R2
C
CE
GH-1MD Doorbell
1Px2
Doorbell
R1
IN
R2
C
CE
R1
OUT
R2
R1
IN
R2
C
CE
A
B1
OUT
B2
1Px2
B1
B2
R1
OUT
R2
B1
IN
B2
1Px2
IN
B1
IN
B2
B1
OUT
B2
1Px2
GH-4Z
A
B1
OUT
B2
Door
bell
B1
OUT
B2
GH-1KD
B1
IN
B2
B1
IN
B2
R1
OUT
R2
R1
OUT
R2
R1
IN
R2
C
CE
R1
IN
R2
C
CE
A
Door
bell
B
1Px2
Trunk line
#3 - #6
GH-BC
Distribution
point
1Px2
GH-VBC
+
-
B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 OUT5 OUT6
+
-
+
-
IN1
AC
IN2
IN3
IN4
+
-
AC
PS24
IN5
A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2
EXP
STD
PS24
Video Entrance station #2 - #5
Light control
Timer Orange
GH-MK
#1
Blue
1Px2
1P
Orange GH-RY White
Light
GH-DA/A
SW2 #1
ON
CN2
R1 R2 ELB ELC ELM RY RY
CN1
A1 A2
CN3
ON
GH-VA
1 2 3 4
#2
ON
1 2 3 4
#3
#4
#5
ON
ON
ON
Doorbell
1 2 3 4
GH-NS
CN1
+
+
CN3
-
-
GH-10K CN100
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
GH-MK
#2
R1
R2
R1
R2
R1
R2
C
CE
+
-
R1
R2
C
CE
+
-
+
AC
1 2 3 4
SW2
B
1Px2
B
GH-1KD
R1
R2
A
GH-1KD
ON
-
PS24
1 2 3 4
SW1
SW1
AC
PS24
SW1 #1
ON
Entrance station #1
1 2 3 4
- 17 -
ON
1 2 3 4
#2
ON
1 2 3 4
A
B
GH-1KD
4-1
a
c (d)
b
e
[9]
PS24
PS-2410LC PS-2410LD
AC
PS-2410DIN
AC
AC
1P
NP
GH-VA
#2 - #5
PS24
a
GH-NS #1
P
1P
N
1P
NP
A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2
b
GH-VA #1
1P
NP
1P
NP
1P
NP
AC
GH-NS
#2 , #3
SW2
[1]
STD
EXP
A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2
IN1 IN2 IN3 IN4 IN5
[10]
GH-VBC
GH-VBC
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 OUT5 OUT6
+ –
9mm
+ –
+ –
A1A2
CN3
CN3
CN1
B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2
A1 A2
PS24
+
–
B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2
[4]
NP
1P
NP
1P
NP
1P
1P
NP
1P
1P
NP
GH-DA/A #1
GH-10K #1
NP
AC
c (d)
GH-RY
AC
CN1
1
CN2
A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2
R1R2 ELB ELCELMRYRY
ON
CN100
2
3
NP
4
SW2
SW2
VR1
EXP
STD
A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2
IN1 IN2 IN3 IN4 IN5
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
[13]
1 2 3 4
6 5
4
3 2
1
+
B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2
1P
R2
1P
NP
R1 R2 R1 R2 C CE +
1P
NP
[6]
1
2
A
B
D
G
5
I
J
K
M
PQ
T
V
[12]
F
O
9Z
WX
U
c (d)
[8]
6
L
N
8
R
-
3
C
E
4
H
7S
Y
0
SW1 #1
ON
1 2 3 4
GH-BC
PS24
GH-MK #1
[7]
–
AC
R1
1P
NP
e
B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2
AC
PS24
DP
1P
NP
GH-DA/A
#2 , #3
GH-DA/A
#4 , #5
GH-MK
#2
+ –
PT
PT
NP
ON
1P
ON
NP
ON
1P
#5
NP
#4
GH-VBC
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 OUT5 OUT6
1P
103
1P
NP
1 2 3 4
#3
GH-VBC
AC/DC
24V
NP
M
[11]
[5]
ON
1P
1 2 3 4
20
0.5
#2
NP
SW2 #1
ON
[3]
1P
VR1
NP
[2]
AC
GH-BC
#2
ON
1 2 3 4
+ -
AC
1P
NP
- 18 -
PS24
R1R2
4-1
4-2
a
b
e
Standard System (1)
[1] Entrance Station
[2] Door release timer (set to "M" at time of shipment)
• Set the duration for the door release function when the door
release button is pressed.
[0.5] - [20]: 0.5 secs - 20 secs
[20] - [M]: Activates while the button is pressed.
[3] Setting switch (GH-DA/A)
• SW2: 1: Setting switch for camera entrance station monitoring
function (set to OFF at time of shipment)
ON (Up): Monitored.
OFF (Down): Skipped at time of entrance station monitoring.
• SW2: 2 - 4: Entrance station number setting switch (set to #1 at
time of shipment)
When installing multiple entrance stations, make sure to set
the GH-DA/A ID numbers (SW2).
[4] External signaling relay GH-RY
For details, see 4-5.
[5] Door release relay contact
Less than AC/DC 24 V, 4 A (resistance load)
PT: AC Transformer
[6] Security guard station GH-MK
[7] Setting switch (GH-MK)
• SW1: 1: Password reset switch
Set the password reset switch to ON for 2 seconds or more
during standby will reset the password (set to "∗1111" at time
of shipment).
• SW1: 2, 3: Unused switch
• SW1: 4: Security guard station number setting switch (set to #1
at time of shipment)
When installing two security guard stations, make sure to set
the ID numbers (SW1).
[8] Doorbell button
[9] Power supply PS-2410LC, PS-2410LD, PS-2410DIN
[10] Video Bus control unit GH-VBC (SW: STD)
[11] Video Bus control unit GH-VBC (SW: EXP)
• To use GH-VBC as an extension adaptor, set the setting switch
to "EXP". Connect only "IN1" terminal at input side.
[12] Bus control unit GH-BC
[13] Distribution terminal (junction): Not included
c
1P
NP
GH-1AD
IN OUT
R1R2 R1R2 C CE K KE
1P
NP
R1, R2
SW1
A
c
B
GH-1KD
IN OUT
B1B2 B1B2
1P
NP
IN OUT
R1R2 R1R2 C CE K KE
1P
NP
[2]
K KE
SW1
B
A
GH-1KD
IN OUT
B1B2 B1B2
IN OUT
R1R2R1R2 C CE K KE
[2]
[1]
SW1
GH-1KD
A
B
1P
NP
1P
NP
SW1 A
B Do not remove the wires (For end users)
IN
OUT
0.65 10 9
R1 R2 R1 R2 C CE
IN OUT
B1B2 B1B2
K KE
IN OUT
R1R2R1R2 C CE K KE
NP: Non-polarized
4-2
Standard System (2) Station-to-Station Wiring
[1] Residential station GH-1KD, GH-1AD
• There can be a maximum of 25 stations per trunk.
• For the terminating residential station GH-1KD, set the setting
switch (SW1) to "A".
[2] Short lead
• To use the emergency alarm switch (see 11-7 for details),
disconnect the short lead and connect the switch.
[3] External signaling relay GH-RY
For details, see 4-5.
The separate option connecter is required.
[4] Doorbell button
1. Do not mix station-to-station wiring with homerun wiring.
2. Station-to-station wiring is not possible for GH-1MD.
GH-VBC
[2]
b
1P
NP
[3]
GH-BC
GH-RY
1P
NP
[4]
B
AC
NP: Non-polarized
- 19 -
4-3
GH-1MD
a
b
e
d
d
1P
NP
B1, B2
B1 B2 R1 R2 C CE K KE
Do not remove the wires!
GH-4Z
1P
NP
R1, R2
GH-1AD
A
IN OUT
R1R2 R1R2 C CE K KE
B
SW1
R1, R2
B1 B2 R1 R2
B1 B2 R1 R2
GH-4Z
B1 B2 R1 R2
1P
NP
SW1
A
B
GH-4Z
[2] GH-1KD
IN OUT
B1B2 B1B2
B1 B2 R1 R2
1P
NP
B1 B2 R1 R2
IN OUT
R1R2R1R2 C CE K KE
B1 B2 R1 R2
1P
NP
[2]
[3]
1P
NP
K KE
A
1P
NP
B
SW1
SW1
A
B1 B2 R1 R2
B1 B2 R1 R2
B
[2] GH-1KD
B1 B2 R1 R2
IN OUT
B1B2 B1B2
GH-4Z
IN OUT
R1R2R1R2 C CE K KE
1P
NP
[3]
B1 B2 R1 R2
B1 B2 R1 R2
B1 B2 R1 R2
1P
NP
SW1
A
1P
NP
B
[2] GH-1KD
1P
NP
IN OUT
B1B2 B1B2
IN OUT
R1R2R1R2 C CE K KE
A
B
1P
NP
1P
NP
SW1
B1 B2 R1 R2
[1]
B1 B2 R1 R2
[3]
B1 B2 R1 R2
GH-4Z
SW1
A
B
[2] GH-1KD
SW1 A
B1 B2 R1 R2
GH-VBC
1P
NP
1P
NP
B1 B2 R1 R2
IN
OUT
IN OUT
R1R2R1R2 C CE K KE
B1 B2 R1 R2
[3]
1P
NP
1P
NP
b
B Do not remove the wires (For end users)
[5]
[4]
GH-BC
GH-RY
B
- 20 -
0.65 10 9
R1 R2 R1 R2 C CE
IN OUT
B1B2 B1B2
AC
K KE
4-3
Standard System (3) Homerun Wiring
[1] 4-way video junction unit GH-4Z
• For the terminating GH-4Z (maximum of 6 units per trunk), set
the setting switch (SW1) to "A".
[2] Residential station GH-1KD, GH-1AD, GH-1MD
• For GH-1KD, set the setting switch (SW1) to "A".
[3] Short lead
• To use the emergency alarm switch (see 11-7 for details),
disconnect the short lead and connect the switch.
[4] External signaling relay GH-RY
For details, see 4-5.
The separate option connecter is required.
[5] Doorbell
Do not mix homerun wiring with station-to-station wiring on
the same trunk line.
NP: Non-polarized
- 21 -
Expanded system
Capacity
16 Entrance stations
4 Security guard stations
500 Residential stations
Trunk line #1
SUB1A
1P(Audio)
1P(Video)
1P
Doorbell
GH-1KD
1Px2
Trunk line
#2 - #6
Doorbell
GH-1KD
1Px2x5
1Px2
SUB1B
R1
R2
1Px2
GH-BC
Distribution
SUB2A
PS24
SUB2B
1Px2
1Px2
GH-VBC PS24
point
1Px2
GH-BCX/A
GH-VBX
PS24
COMMON1
Distribution
Distribution
point
point
COMMON2
1Px2
1Px2
Entrance
#2 - #8
R1
R2
R1
Entrance
#1 - #8
R2
GH-NS
#2 , #3
GH-NS
#4 - #6
GH-NS
#7 , #8
1Px2
1Px3
PS24
1Px2
PS24
Door release
Entrance station
#1
GH-BC
PS24
PS24
GH-MK
#2
GH-BC
PS24
1P
1P
1P
1P
1
3
2
B
5
I
K
3
M
M
PQ
PQ
WX
V
O
9Z
WX
U
T
T
8
R
Y
F
6
L
N
7S
O
9Z
C
E
4
J
J
V
H
G
G
U
F
6
L
N
8
R
D
D
5
I
K
7S
A
C
E
4
H
1
2
B
A
PS24
Y
0
Doorbell
GH-MK #1
0
GH-MK #1
- 22 -
GH-MK
#2
PS24
SUB1A
Trunk line #1
Distribution
point
1Px2
B1
OUT
B2
B1
OUT
B2
B1
IN
B2
B1
IN
B2
R1
OUT
R2
R1
OUT
R2
R1
IN
R2
C
CE
R1
IN
R2
C
CE
A
Door bell
B
A
Door bell
GH-1KD
Trunk line
#2 - #6
1Px2
1Px2
B
GH-1KD
GH-BC
R1
R2
+
-
B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2 B1 B2
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 OUT5 OUT6
+
-
+
-
AC
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
+
-
AC
PS24
IN5
A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2
EXP
PS24
STD
GH-VBC
SUB1B
SUB2A
SUB2B
1Px2
GH-BCX/A
+
-
AC
COMMON1
PS24
GH-VBX
R1 R2 R1 R2
SUB1A SUB1B
+
COMMON1
R1 R2
R1 R2 R1 R2
SUB2A SUB2B
CN1
B1 B2 B1 B2
B1 B2 B1 B2
SUB1
SUB2
CN2
COMMON2
R1 R2
COMMON1
A1 A2
A1 A2 A1 A2
COMMON2
A1 A2
A1 A2
COMMON2
1Px2
1Px2
Entrance
#2 - #8
Entrance
#1 - #8
1Px2
1Px2
Distribution
point
#1 SW2 #2
GH-NS
#2 , #3
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
#3
#4
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
#5
#6
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
#7
#8
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
Distribution
point
1Px2
R1
R2
1 2 3 4
GH-BC
+
ON
R1 R2 ELB ELC ELM RY RY
CN1
1 2 3 4
SW2
CN2
CN1
+
AC
-
PS24
+
-
GH-MK
#1 , #2
GH-MK #1
R1
R2
GH-DA/A
GH-NS
GH-MK
#2
PS24
+
GH-10K
Entrance station #1
AC
-
R1
R2
C
CE
+
-
SW1
#1
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
SW1
#2
ON
1 2 3 4
- 23 -
+
-
PS24
CN3
GH-VA
GH-BC
+
-
AC
PS24
A1 A2
CN3
CN100
+
-
R1
R2
AC
4-4
1
2
COMMON1
a
e
A1
A2
1P
NP
1 2 3 4
#3
#4
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
#6
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
#8
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
1
A
AC
GH-NS #1 PS24
+
A1
B2
B1
A2
B2
AC
+
A2
–
GH-BC
+
3
E
AC
R1 R2
CN1
SUB1A
COMMON1
43
2
1
1P
NP
R1
R1
Power
OFF ON
R1
1P
NP
G
J
M
PQ
T
WX
1P
NP
GH-MK
#2
R1
#2
R2
C
CE
ON
R1
R2
+
–
1P
NP
SUB2B
a
R1
1P
NP
PC
2
A
B
D
E
G
J
M
PQ
T
WX
9Z
Y
O
e
A
1P
NP
b
B
b
+
–
PS24
AC
GHW-LC
R1
[7]
PS24
AC
PS24
GH-NS
#7, #8
PS24
[6]
6 5
2
1
PS24
[5]
GH-BC
1P
NP
R1
+
R2
–
1P
NP
AC
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PS24
AC
AC
R1
R2
PS-2410DIN
PS-2410LC
AC
PS24
–
PS24
1P
NP
DP
4 3
+
R2
1P
NP
GH-NS
#4 - #6
GH-MK
#1 - #2
GH-MK
#1 - #2
[5]
1P
NP
b
GH-BC
F
6
L
N
V
1P
NP
3
C
5
K
8
R1 R2
AC
1
I
GHW-LC
R1
B
1P
NP
R2
R2
PS24
GH-VA
#1 - #8
GH-DA/A
#1 - #3
GH-DA/A
#4 - #6
GH-DA/A
#7, #8
GH-NS
#1 - #3
R1
COMMON2
1
R2
R2
1 2 3 4
2
R2
SUB2A
AC
4
4 3
1P
NP
F
R1
U
R1
GH-BCX/A
1P
NP
[6] DP
R2
R2
1 2 3 4
O
PS24
[4]
ON
e [2]
PS24
AC
–
SW1
#1
AC
GH-MK #1
0
A1
SUB1B
Y
H
1P
NP
B1
B2
B2
IN1
1P
NP
CN2
PS24
PS24
9Z
R
OUT6
A2
R2
0
7S
B2
SUB2
A1
-
6
L
B1
B1
A1
6 5
N
V
1P
NP
COMMON2
R2
[6] DP
D
K
8
U
B2
B1
OUT1
A2
1P
NP
C
5
I
A2
c (d)
GH-VBC
1P
NP
2
B
4
B1
1P
NP
1 2 3 4
GH-VA
#2 - #8
GH-DA/A
#2, #3
GH-NS
#2, #3
GH-DA/A
#4 - #6
GH-DA/A
#7, #8
GH-NS
#4 - #6
GH-NS
#7, #8
H
R1
1 2 3 4
#7
R
1P
NP
1 2 3 4
#5
7S
1P
NP
GH-DA/A #1
1 2 3 4
(d)
(d)
(d)
(d)
c
c
c
c
b
SUB1
A1
A2
ON
b
B
b
A
b
B
b
A
COMMON1
1P
NP
A1
ON
SUB2B
A
GH-VBX
[1]
GH-VA #1
#2
SUB2A
[3]
f
COMMON2
a
SW2
#1
SUB1B
f
a
e
1
SUB1A
AC
AC
PS-2410LD
AC
4-5
4-4
Expanded System
1. Common trunk line: maximum of 2 trunk lines
2. Sub trunk line: maximum of 4 trunk lines
Maximum of 125 units (maximum of 48 units for standard
system)
• The wiring of the sub trunk line is the same as the standard
system. For details, see 4-1 to 4-3.
[1] Entrance Station
• Basic System #1 - #5
• Expanded System (#1 - #8) x 2
When installing multiple entrance stations, make sure to set
the GH-DA/A ID numbers (SW2).
[2] Security guard station GH-MK
• Standard System #1, #2
• Expanded System (#1, #2) x 2
When installing plural security guard stations, make sure to
set the ID numbers (SW1).
[3] Expanded video Bus control unit GH-VBX
Connector cable length: 40 cm (15-3/4")
[4] Expanded Bus control unit GH-BCX/A
For connecting the lift control adaptor GHW-LC, refer to the
GHW-LC Installation & Operation Manual.
[5] Bus control unit GH-BC
[6] Distribution terminal (junction): not included
[7] Power supply PS-2410LC, PS-2410LD, PS-2410DIN
[1]
[2]
GH-RY
[5]
[3]
B
[4]
AC
[6]
[7]
External Signaling Relay Connection
[1] Input wire (blue)
[2] Input wire (white)
[3] Output wire (orange)
[4] Output wire (orange)
[5] Timer (not included)
[6] Buzzer
[7] Entrance light
• GH-RY contact specifications: AC/DC 24 V, 0.5 A ([3], [4])
When connecting GH-RY to GH-1AD, GH-1KD, GH-1MD or
GH-MK, the separate option connector is required.
Please consult your AIPHONE Distributor.
NP: Non-polarized
NOTE: For communication between Entrance station and
Residential station, one each communication path is
available to "COMMON1 - SUB1" and "COMMON2 SUB2". In case of crossover communication such as
"COMMON1 - SUB2" or "COMMON2 - SUB1", it
occupies entire communication path in the system.
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5
6
6-1
NAMES (ENTRANCE STATION)
1
GH-VA
NAMES (RESIDENTIAL STATION)
GH-NS
[1]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[9]
[8]
N
O
[10]
9
T
Z
C
W
I
K
M
S
[10] [9]
E
6
8
U
GH-10K
3
D
P
Q R
J
G
H
7
[3]
[4]
B
5
[1]
F
2
A
4
L
1
[2]
V
GH-DA/A
GH-1AD
X Y
0
[3]
2
[2]
GH-DA/A
[8] [6] [5]
[7] [4]
GH-1KD
GH-SW
[11]
[12]
[11]
[10] [9]
[1]
Entrance Station
1. Digital name scrolling entrance station
• Camera module GH-VA
[1] Camera
• Speech module GH-DA/A
[2] Speaker
[3] In Use LED
[4] Microphone
• Digital name scrolling module GH-NS
[5] Display
[6] Cancel button (or set and return)
[7] Back search button (or move cursor to the left)
[8] Forward search button (or move cursor to the right)
[9] Call button (or set and move forward)
• Digital keypad module GH-10K
[10] 10-key (1 - 0, ∗, #)
2. Direct selection
• Switch module GH-SW
[11] Directory card
[12] Call button
[3]
[2]
[8] [6] [5]
[7]
[4]
Residential station (GH-1AD, GH-1KD)
[1] Speaker
[2] Microphone
[3] Door release button / Monitor button (GH-1KD only)
[4] Talk button
[5] Light button / Security guard station call button
[6] Service button (option)
[7] Talk LED
[8] Call tone off LED
[9] Receive volume control
[10] Call tone volume control
[11] Video monitor 3.5 inch color LCD
[12] Monitor brightness control
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[12]
6-2
7
NAMES (SECURITY GUARD STATION)
GH-1MD
[1]
[2]
2
I
S
8
T
[7]
N
U
0
[12]
E
6
K
W
[5]
3
5
M
P
7
Q R
B
D
H
J
G
[7]
[3]
4
C
1
A
[4]
[5]
[6]
[8]
F
[3]
[4]
O
[10]
[9]
9
Z
[9]
[1]
L
[8]
V
[2]
GH-MK
X Y
[10]
[11]
[13]
[14]
[6]
Residential station (GH-1MD)
[1] Video monitor 4 inch black and white CRT
[2] Microphone
[3] Speaker
[4] Light button / Security guard station call button
[5] Door release / Monitor button
[6] Talk button
[7] Talk LED
[8] Monitor brightness control
[9] Receive volume control
[10] Call tone volume control
Security Guard Station
[1] Handset
[2] Display
[3] Cancel button (or set and return)
[4] Back search button (or move cursor to the left)
[5] Forward search button (or move cursor to the right)
[6] Call button (or set and move forward)
[7] 10-key (0 - 9 ∗, #)
[8] Service button (option)
[9] Light button
[10] Door release button
[11] Off hook LED
[12] Speaker
[13] Call tone volume control
[14] RS-232 connection, 3.5 mm port
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8
8-1
8-2
SETTING UP (ENTRANCE STATION)
1
GH-SW
GH-VA
95cm
65cm
65cm
GH-AD
50cm
2
GH-VA
GH-VA
Entering Names and Addresses
• Remove the resident name/address plate or paper by pressing
the left or right end. (Peel off the plastic film.)
• Use a permanent pen to write the resident name and address on
the transparent plate and mount the plate on the module.
3
GH-VA
50cm
113cm
24cm
113cm
24cm
[1]
[2]
Adjusting the Camera Angle
1. View from the initial camera position
2. Changing the camera angle
• Remove the rubber cap. Move the lever to the desired position.
∗ Do not forget to reset the rubber cap.
3. Image view area after adjustment
[1] When camera has been adjusted to the left
[2] When camera has been adjusted to the right
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8-3
[1]
[1]
Making Adjustments with the Mounting Gauge
[1] Mounting gauge
• To mount multiple rows of panels, apply the mounting gauge to
the mounting bracket. While using the mounting gauge to make
adjustments, tighten the screws.
∗ There is a mounting gauge for the built-in back box of GF-2B
and GF-3B.
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8-4
1
2
Setting up the System
1. Make sure that all units are installed and wired properly. Turn
on the power switch in GH-BC. When the system includes GHNS, program the resident information (names and room
numbers) in advance. (For details, see 8-5)
2. Loosen the base screw and open and remove the front panel.
3. Set the system to program mode.
• Lift up the rubber cap.
• Press the program switch once. Use any long thin tool, such as
a fine screwdriver.
• The In-Use LED will blink for approximately 15 seconds for
entrance stations with GH-SW and between approximately 6 to
15 seconds for entrance stations with GH-NS.
4. Once the In-Use LED is lit solid, press the talk button of the
first residential station. The corresponding communication
channel will be established.
For GH-MK, lift the handset.
5. For GH-SW, press the (corresponding) call button and release
quickly. (Do not press the button longer than 1 second.) For GHNS, display the assigned room No. and press the call button
(bell symbol). (Do not press the button longer than 1 second.)
An electronic beep will be emitted once.
6. Press the talk button to end. Repeat these steps and program all
residential stations.
For GH-MK, hang up the handset.
∗ If there is a second residential station installed in a single apartment,
program the residential station following the same method detailed
in steps 4 through 6. An electronic beep will be emitted twice. An
electronic sound will be emitted three times for a third residential
station and four times for a fourth residential station.
7. Correcting or changing the settings
• Press and hold down the call button of GH-SW or GH-NS until
you hear a continuous beep. For GH-NS,display the room you
want to correct and reprogram all the residential stations in the
single apartment (following steps 4 and following).
8. Ending programming
• Push the GH-DA/A program switch. The In-Use LED will go off.
• Replace the cap.
9. Checking the programming
• Pressing the program switch for 5 seconds or more will light up
the In-Use LED.
• In the case of GH-SW, an electronic beep will be emitted once
when the programming was successful. If the programming was
unsuccessful, an alarm beep will be emitted.
• For GH-NS, use the arrow keys or 10-key to select the room
and press the call button. An electronic sound will be emitted
once when the programming was successful. If the
programming was unsuccessful, an alarm sound will be emitted.
• Press the programming switch to end the check.
If power supply is interrupted during programming, the
programmed information might be lost. In such cases, retry
the programming again from the beginning.
NOTES: 1. Setting up the light button (GH-SW) In Step 3, press the
call button of the assigned GH-SW while the In-Use
LED is blinking (within 15 seconds in program mode),
the light button will be set up. (The assigned call button
cannot be used as the residential call button
simultaneously.) An electronic beep will be emitted once.
2. If you attempt to setup a fifth residential station when four
residential stations have already been established, an alarm
beep will be emitted. To cancel the communication link,
display the assigned name and press the call button for at
least 3 seconds. A continuous beep will be emitted to verify
the communication link has been cleared.
3
GH-DA/A
ON
ON
GH-BC
OFF
4
5
6
GH-SW
GH-NS
101
SMITH
7
8
GH-SW
Bee
eep
GH-NS
Bee
3
eep
GH-DA/A
GH-SW
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8-5
Programming (GH-NS)
a. Programming with a PC
• You can use a PC to enter data and write in or change resident
names.
• Use the connection cable that comes with GH-NS to connect
your PC to GH-NS.
• In your PC, install the setup tool program from the CD that
comes with the GH-BC.
∗ For information on how to use the setup tool, see the text (.txt)
file that is installed in the same folder as the setup tool (.exe).
Save programmed data and resident information data to your
PC is recommended.
b. Programming with GH-NS and GH-10K
• Confirm that "Welcome" is shown on the Display, indicating
that the system is in standby mode.
∗ You can change the "Welcome" text.
• First, set the system to program mode. (For details, see above.)
∗ Before you begin programming, we recommend that you
register a new exclusive ID code for yourself so that the
system is not accessed by others. (For details, see 8-6.)
If you have forgotten your ID code, set the switch (#1) to ON
for approximately 2 seconds. The ID code will be reset to the
default setting of "∗1111".
a
GH-NS
PC
b
Enter Program Mode
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
WELCOME
1
1
1
1
INITIAL ID CODE
RE-ENTER ID CODE
1
1
1
1
INITIAL ID CODE
ID CODE =
+ 4 digit
Select Menu & Quit
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
SELECT LANGUAGE
BACKWARD FORWARD
NOTE: To display only resident name without room number; Set
the switch (#2) to ON.
MENU
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SELECT LANGUAGE
CHANGE ID CODE
ACCESS CODE
RESIDENT INFO
SET TIMER
CHANGE GREETING
TRANSFER DATA
SCROLL SPEED
QUIT
Scroll
Go to Menu 1-8
DECIDE & NEXT
Standby
DECIDE & BACK
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
1
ON
2
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8-6
5
YOUR OPERATION
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
SET TIMER
SELECT LANGUAGE
DECIDE & NEXT
DECIDE & NEXT
MENU ENGLISH
FRANCAIS
DEUTSCH BACKWARD FORWARD
ESPANOL
Scroll
NEDERLANDS
OPERATION TIMER
15
3
0
D
DECIDE & NEXT
2-digit (15-99)
W
PROGRAM TIMER
60
SELECT LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
E
F
DISPLAY
9
Z
1
X Y
0
2-digit (30-99)
Menu 2
DECIDE & BACK
CALL DURATION
45
6
0
O
M
N
2-digit (30-99)
2
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
CHANGE ID CODE
Menu 6
Move cursor
DECIDE & BACK
DECIDE & NEXT
F
WELCOME
Enter " WELCOME TO..." (example)
3
9
W
+ 4 digit
TO LEFT
3
E
D
D
X Y
E
CHANGE GREETING
WELCOME TO ...
E
F
Menu 3
DECIDE & BACK
TO RIGHT
F
C
Move cursor
DECIDE & NEXT
TO LEFT
NEW ID (4-digit)
W
ID CODE =
YOUR OPERATION
CHANGE GREETING
Z
CHANGE ID CODE
0123
DISPLAY
E
D
A
INITIAL ID
B
6
TO RIGHT
Enter new ID code
0 1 2 3
CHANGE ID CODE
1111
......
Menu 7
DECIDE & BACK
3
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
7
ACCESS CODE
DECIDE & NEXT
DISPLAY
DECIDE & NEXT
S
N
O
L
I
K
M
J
G
H
P
Enter a code.
4 5 6 Q7
ACCESS CODE (01)
YOUR OPERATION
TRANSFER DATA
R
ENTER UNIT ID#
MAIN ENTRANCE:
ID 01 (4-digit)
0
1-or-2-digit (1-16)
ACCESS CODE (01)
4567
DECIDE & NEXT
ENTER UNIT ID#
SECURITY GUARD:
1
1-digit (1-4)
ACCESS CODE (02)
8910
Max. 20 (01)~(20)
programmable
......
TRANSFERRING.
DATA TRANSFERRED
DISPLAY
DECIDE & NEXT
Menu 4
DECIDE & BACK
Menu 8
YOUR OPERATION
DECIDE & BACK
Move cursor
RESIDENT INFO.
DECIDE & NEXT
O
S
M
101
SMITH
Q R
1-digit (0-9)
......
QUIT
Menu 5
DECIDE & NEXT
7
S
SCROLL SPEED
8
N
P
R
M
S
R
P
R
P
P
P
R
YOUR OPERATION
DECIDE & NEXT
TO LEFT
Enter a name 'SMITH' (example)
6
7 Q7 Q7 Q7
Q
S
101
DISPLAY
SCROLL SPEED
DECIDE & NEXT
1-to 6-digit
8
TO RIGHT
Enter ROOM #
1 0 1
S
ROOM #
S
4
1
DECIDE & BACK
Standby
DECIDE & BACK
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8-6
Program Mode (GH-NS)
1. Menu 1: Select language
Choose language to be displayed on GH-NS.
2. Menu 2: Change ID code
Enter new ID code starting with "∗", then 4-digit number.
(Example: ∗1234)
3. Menu 3: Set access code
Enter new 4-digit Access Code. (Example: 1234)
• (0000) cannot be registered as an access code.
• Recommend not to use a simple access code such as (1111).
4. Menu 4: Write in resident information
Register room #s and resident names.
Enter room #s using 1 to 6-digit characters.
Enter resident name (up to 16 characters).
5. Menu 5: Set input timeout timer
Operation Timer: If the operation panel is not operated for a
certain period of time, the system returns to standby mode.
Programmable from 15 to 99 seconds.
Program Timer: If, in Residential Programming mode, the
operation panel is not operated for a certain period of time, it
automatically cancels the programming mode. Programmable
from 30 to 99 seconds.
Call Timer: Call from Entrance panel expires in a certain period
of time. Programmable from 30 to 99 seconds.
6. Menu 6: Change greeting
Enter greeting message (up to 160 characters).
7. Menu 7: Transfer link information
With Expanded System, enter unit ID# for transferring
Entrance stations and Security guard stations as below;
• Entrance station: Connected to same common line "programmed ID#" as is. (e.g. transferring to #2: Enter "2"), or
Connected to another common line - "programmed ID# plus
8" (e.g. transferring to #1: 1+8=9, Enter "9")
• Security guard station: Connected to same common line "programmed ID#" as is. (e.g. transferring to #2: Enter "2"), or
Connected to another common line - "programmed ID# plus
2" (e.g. #1: 1+2=3, Enter "3")
8. Menu 8: Set the greeting scroll speed
0 = slow, 9 = fast
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9
9-1
SETTING UP (SECURITY GUARD STATION)
a
2
GH-MK
1
A
2
B
G
H
C
3
D
4
I
E
J
5
K
L
R
N
S
8
T
U
F
6
M
P
7
Q
V
O
W
9
X
Z
Y
0
PC
b
Enter Program Mode
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
AIPHONE
1
1
1
1
INITIAL ID CODE
RE-ENTER ID CODE
1
1
1
3
1
INITIAL ID CODE
ID CODE =
+ 4 digit
Select Menu & Quit
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
4
SELECT LANGUAGE
101
SMITH
BACKWARD FORWARD
MENU
Scroll
Go to Menu 1-7
1
2
G
4
H
I
K
3
L
S
R
T
8
U
E
F
6
M
P
7
Q
C
5
J
DECIDE & NEXT
B
D
V
W
N
O
9
X
Y
Z
SELECT LANGUAGE
CHANGE ID CODE
RESIDENT INFO
SET TIMER
PROGRAMMING
TRANSFER DATA
VERIFY PROGRAM
QUIT
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
Standby
DECIDE & BACK
5
1
Menu 5
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
PROGRAMMING<<
Bee
p
DECIDE & NEXT
1
2
A
PROGRAMMING<<
CONNECTING...
G
H
B
C
3
D
4
I
J
5
K
L
S
R
T
8
U
E
V
N
O
W
9
X
Z
Y
0
PROGRAMMING<<
CONNECTING...
F
6
M
P
7
Q
6
Menu 6
DECIDE & BACK
1
1
ON
G
I
S
K
3
L
T
8
U
V
W
ON
1
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N
F
O
9
X
0
E
6
M
P
1 2 3 4
C
5
J
R
B
D
H
7
Y
Z
A
2
4
Q
9-1
Programming (GH-MK)
• Make sure that all units are installed and wired properly. Turn
on the power switch to GH-BC. Program the resident
information (names and room numbers) in advance.
a. Programming with a PC
• You can use a PC to enter data and write in or change resident
names.
• Use the connection cable that comes with GH-MK to connect
your PC to GH-MK.
• In your PC, install the setup tool program from the CD that
comes with GH-BC.
∗ For information on how to use the setup tool, see the text (.txt)
file that is installed in the same folder as the setup tool (.exe).
Save programmed data and resident information data to your
PC is recommended.
b. Programming with GH-MK
• Confirm that "AIPHONE" is shown on the Display, indicating
that the system is in standby mode.
• First, set the system to program mode. (For details, see 9-2.)
∗ Before you begin programming, we recommend that you
register a new exclusive ID code for yourself so that the system
is not accessed by others. (For details, see 9-2.)
1. Menu 5: Programming
2. Lift the handset (security guard station).
3. Press the talk button on the first residential station. The
corresponding communication channel will be established.
For other GH-MK, lift the handset.
4. Use the search button to display the assigned name and then
press the call button.
5. If an electronic beep is emitted once, the residential station has
been set up successfully. (If an electronic sound is emitted
twice, it is for the second residential station.) Press the talk
button to end the communication channel. Go to the location of
each residential station and program them one by one in
accordance with the programming procedures.
6. Replace the handset (security guard station).
1. If you have forgotten your ID code, set the switch (#1) to
ON for approximately 2 seconds. The ID code will be reset
to the default setting of "∗1111".
2. While data is being entered into the system, the entire
system cannot function (including emergency calls).
NOTE: If you attempt to setup a fifth residential station when
four residential stations have already been established, an
alarm beep will be emitted. To cancel the communication
link, display the assigned name and press the call button
for at least 3 seconds. A continuous beep will be emitted
to verify the communication link has been cleared.
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9-2
1
DISPLAY
5
YOUR OPERATION
SELECT LANGUAGE
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
PROGRAMMING<<
DECIDE & NEXT
MENU
DECIDE & NEXT
ENGLISH
FRANCAIS
BACKWARD FORWARD
DEUTSCH
ESPANOL
Scroll
NEDERLANDS
SELECT LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
PROGRAMMING<<
CONNECTING...
Menu 2
DECIDE & BACK
PROGRAMMING<<
CONNECTING...
2
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
CHANGE ID CODE
Move cursor
6
DECIDE & NEXT
2
YOUR OPERATION
TRANSFER DATA
3
DECIDE & NEXT
E
D
A
B
DISPLAY
F
1
C
0
INITIAL ID
ID CODE =
TO RIGHT
Enter new ID code
CHANGE ID CODE
1111
CHANGE ID CODE
0123
Menu 6
DECIDE & BACK
TO LEFT
NEW ID (4-digit)
ENTER UNIT ID#
MAIN ENTRANCE:
Menu 3
0
DECIDE & BACK
+ 4 digit
ENTER UNIT ID#
SECURITY GUARD:
1
1-digit (1-4)
3
DISPLAY
Move cursor
DECIDE & NEXT
TRANSFERRING.
TO RIGHT
Enter ROOM #
1 0 1
DECIDE & NEXT
1-to 6-digit
S
DECIDE & BACK
6
N
M
101
SMITH
QUIT
......
Menu 7
DECIDE & BACK
Menu 4
DECIDE & NEXT
DISPLAY
DATA TRANSFERRED
O
S
S
7
Q R
M
S
7
Q R
P
Q R
P
7
P
P
7
Q R
DECIDE & BACK
YOUR OPERATION
7
SET TIMER
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
VERIFY PROGRAM
DECIDE & NEXT
DECIDE & NEXT
3
E
0
F
D
OPERATION TIMER
15
9
Z
W
PROGRAM TIMER
60
X Y
Standby
VERIFYING...
2-digit (15-99) DECIDE & NEXT
DECIDE & BACK
0
2-digit (30-99)
101
9
X
W
CALL DURATION
45
Z
4
TO LEFT
Enter a name 'SMITH' (example)
S
101
DECIDE & NEXT
YOUR OPERATION
RESIDENT INFO.
ROOM #
1
1-or-2-digit (1-16)
Y
SMITH
0
DECIDE & NEXT
2-digit (30-99)
DECIDE & BACK
Menu 5
DECIDE & BACK
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DECIDE & BACK
9-2
Program Mode (GH-MK)
1. Menu 1: Select language
Choose language to be displayed on GH-MK.
2. Menu 2: Change ID code
Enter new ID code starting with "∗", then 4-digit number.
(Example: ∗1234)
3. Menu 3: Write in resident information
Register room #s and resident names.
Enter room #s using 1 to 6-digit characters.
Enter resident name (up to 16 characters).
4. Menu 4: Set input timeout timer
Operation Timer: If the operation panel is not operated for a
certain period of time, the system returns to standby mode.
Programmable from 15 to 99 seconds.
Program Timer: If, in Resident Programming mode, the
operation panel is not operated for a certain period of time, it
automatically cancels the programming mode. Programmable
from 30 to 99 seconds.
Call Time: Call from Entrance panel expires in a certain period
of time. Programmable from 30 to 99 seconds.
5. Menu 5: Programming
∗ For the programming procedures, see 9-1.
6. Menu 6: Transfer link information
With Expanded System, enter unit ID# for transferring
Entrance stations and Security guard stations as below;
• Entrance station: Connected to same common line "programmed ID#" as is. (e.g. transferring to #2: Enter "2"), or
Connected to another common line - "programmed ID# plus
8" (e.g. transferring to #1: 1+8=9, Enter "9")
• Security guard station: Connected to same common line "programmed ID#" as is. (e.g. transferring to #2: Enter "2"), or
Connected to another common line - "programmed ID# plus
2" (e.g. #1: 1+2=3, Enter "3")
7. Menu 7: Link check (for maintenance purposes)
∗ An electronic sound will be emitted once if link is normal. If
the link is abnormal, an alarm sound will be emitted.
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Calling a Residential Station
1. Direct Selection GH-SW
• Press the call button for the residence that you want to call. You
will hear a low-volume call tone from the entrance station.
2. Digital name scrolling GH-NS
• Display the resident name you want to call and press the call
button. You will hear a low-volume call tone from the entrance
station.
a. Making a call by name scrolling
b. Making a call by entering the room number
c. Making a call by entering letters and selecting the corresponding name
NOTE: If you push a call button that has been programmed to
activate a light, the entrance light will turn on. (GH-SW
only.)
10 OPERATIONS (ENTRANCE STATION)
10-1
1
2
a
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
WELCOME
101
SMITH
Press button intermittently
or hold down for 2 sec. to
show in succession.
BACKWARD FORWARD
CALL
Scroll
CALLING
SMITH
b
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
WELCOME
Press ROOM #.
1
1
0
101
SMITH
CALL
CALLING
SMITH
When there is no Room #,
NO ENTRY
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
WELCOME
ENTER
S
S
R
P
R
P
R
P
P
'SMITH' (example)
7 Q7 Q7 Q7
Q
S
ENTER A LETTER
S
c
R
...
S
101
SMITH
CALL
CALLING
SMITH
When there is no name, (example: A)
NO ENTRY : A
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10-2
11 OPERATIONS (RESIDENTIAL STATION)
11-1
1
2
A
S
8
W
T
U V
E F
6
M
K L
2
3
5
J
P
7
Q R
B C
D
G
H I
N O
9
X Y
Z
1
4
0
Calling the Security Guard Station
Press the call button once. You will hear a low-volume call tone
from the entrance station.
3
10-3
YOUR OPERATION
Enter Access Code 4567
K
6
M
I
5
J
G
H
N
P
4
7
Replying to a Call
1. When the call is from an entrance station or security guard
station, the call tone will ring at the residential station for
approximately 10 seconds. An image will be displayed on
monitor residential station.
2. On the residential station, press the talk button within the set
time (see 8-6, menu 5, 9-2, menu 4) to respond and talk
handsfree.
The LED lights when you talk, and goes off as you listen to the
caller.
• If you press the talk button for at least one second while talking
handsfree, a beep will be emitted and you can communicate by
press-to-talk communication.
• In press-to-talk communication, you press the talk button to
talk and release it to listen.
3. When you are done talking, press and hold down the talk button.
∗ The communication will be ended automatically after
approximately 1 minute when handsfree communication is used
at the residential station or after approximately 3 minutes when
handset is used.
S
WELCOME
O
DISPLAY
L
1
Q R
ACCESS CODE
DOOR OPEN
When there is no code,
DENIED
2
Door Release
1. Enter the access code. (8-6, Menu 3)
2. The door release will be activated at the entrance station.
NOTE: When "call tone volume control" is put in MUTED
position, "Call tone off LED" on GH-1KD & GH-1AD
and TALK LED on GH-1MD blinks at 5 second intervals.
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11-2
2
1
2
A
G
H I
3
5
J
K L
P
8
W
T
U V
E F
6
M
S
B C
D
4
7
Q R
N O
9
X Y
Z
1
11-5
0
Calling from the Doorbell (at Individual Door)
1. The doorbell button is pushed. A call tone sounds as long as the
button is held down.
2. A different call tone sounds (there is no communication
available).
Calling the Security Guard Station
Press the light/security guard station call button on the residential
station. You will hear a low-volume call tone. When the system is
being used for communication, an in-use tone will be heard at the
residential station. (The call is only invalid when a
communication link has not been established.)
11-3
1
2
11-6
1
2
DOCTOR
Door Release
1. Press the door release button while in communication.
2. The door release function will activate on the entrance station
that is in communication.
∗ Depending on the electric door release system that you use, the
door release may be active only while the door release button is
pressed.
3
4
11-4
1
Automatic Entry (Doctor Call) Option
1. A visitor presses the call button that has been assigned for
automatic entry.
2. The door is unlocked instantly.
3. The residential station for which the automatic entry function is
set is called. Press the talk button as necessary to respond.
4. Switching the automatic entry function on and off
• Press the light button while holding down the talk button of the
residential station for which this function is set to switch the
function on and off. When the function is on, the Call tone off
LED on GH-1KD & GH-1AD and TALK LED on GH-1MD
will flash at 2.5 second intervals in standby.
2
Turning on the Entrance Light
1. Press the light button once while in communication.
2. The outside light of the entrance will turn on for the preset
duration of time. (4 -5)
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11-8
11-7
1
2
X
Beep,
Beep,
Beep
3
4
Monitoring Entrance Stations
With a monitor station, you can monitor entrance stations if you
press the door release button in standby mode. You can switch
between the entrance stations by pressing the door release button.
NOTES: 1. Entrance monitoring is possible for only one
residential station at a time.
2. If you press the talk button while monitoring, you can
communicate with that entrance station.
3. If a call is received while monitoring, monitoring is
terminated.
4. Monitoring lasts for 30 seconds. If you press the door
release button within the 30 seconds, the monitor
screen will switch to the next entrance station and the
30 second monitoring timer will restart.
5. For information on setting up the monitor, see 4-1 [3].
5
Emergency Alarm
1. Press and lock the emergency alarm switch (or when there is a
line - off trouble).
2. An alarm will sound from the residential station.
3. When there is a call from the security guard station, the alarm
will change to a standard call tone and sound for approximately
45 seconds.
4. Press the talk button to communicate with the security guard
station. After talking, the emergency alarm will begin to sound
again.
5. Release the lock position of the emergency alarm switch to
return to standby position (restore the system to normal status).
NOTES: 1. On the residential station, the emergency alarm will
be emitted at a loud volume, regardless of the volume
setting.
2. The emergency alarm function can be activated even
when the system is in use. (Alarms can be activated at
the same time by up to 10 residences.)
3. Residential stations within the same residence will be
unable to receive normal calls or doorbell calls while
the emergency alarm is sounding. It is only possible
to respond call from the security guard station.
4. During the emergency alarm, the entrance station
cannot make calls to the residential station that set off
the alarm or to the security guard station.
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12-2
12 OPERATIONS (SECURITY GUARD STATION)
12-1
1
1
A
2
G
J
P
8
S
E F
6
M
P
S
E F
N O
9
X Y
N O
W
T
9
X Y
Z
J
K L
W
5
8
U V
T
G
H I
U V
0
3
D
4
7
Q R
B C
6
K L
M
A
2
D
1
3
B C
5
H I
Z
1
4
7
Q R
0
2
3
3
1
1
2
Z
S
M
P
S
S
K
C
3
L
U
V
N
F
O
9
X
0
E
6
8
Y
F
O
T
W
Z
Y
Replying to a Call from a Residential Station
1. When a call is received from a residential station, a call tone
will sound for approximately 10 seconds at the security guard
station and the room number and resident name will be
displayed. Lift the handset and respond. If a call is not
responded to, a record is kept.
2. Lift the handset to respond.
3. At the end, replace the handset.
∗ The communication will be ended automatically after
approximately 1 minute when handsfree communication is used
at the residential station, or after approximately 3 minutes when
handset is used.
1
B
C
G
D
3
J
5
K
L
T
8
U
V
N
F
O
W
9
X
0
E
6
M
P
7
Y
Z
A
2
4
S
B
5
W
E
N
5
I
Y
9
4
R
I
6
X
H
R
T
L
V
0
Q
H
7
Q
O
M
J
K
8
U
P
G
5
R
N
9
3
D
I
7
F
6
V
W
C
E
J
T
A
B
4
3
L
M
P
0
2
4
H
C
X
1
Q
K
8
U
G
J
R
B
5
7
D
G
I
D
H
A
A
2
4
Q
Z
2
Replying to a Call from an Entrance Station
1. When a call is received from an entrance station, a call tone
will sound for approximately 10 seconds at the security guard
station and the entrance station number will be displayed. Lift
the handset and respond. When you are done talking, replace
the handset. Communication ends automatically after
approximately 3 minutes.
With Expanded System, displaying Entrance station's unit ID#
is different by COMMON lines' connection between Entrance
stations and Security guard stations.
Connected to same common line: "programmed ID#" as is.
(e.g. called from Entrance station #1: shown "MAIN
ENTRANCE 01"), or
Connected to another common line: "programmed ID# plus 8"
(e.g. called from Entrance station #1: shown "MAIN
ENTRANCE 09")
2. Press the door release button while in communication.
3. The door release function will activate on the entrance station
that is in communication.
∗ Depending on the electric door release system that you use, the
door release may be active only while the door release button is
pressed.
4. Press the light button once while in communication.
5. The outside light of the entrance will turn on for the preset
duration of time (4-5), based on timer module used.
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12-3
12-4
1
2
1
1
B
C
3
K
L
S
Z
N
W
6
M
a
N
DISPLAY
J
3
L
E
F
101
1
2
H
I
R
B
C
K
L
T
U
E
F
6
8
V
E
F
6
N
O
9
Y
N
O
Press button intermittently
or hold down for 2 sec. to
show in succession.
BACKWARD FORWARD
W
CALL
9
X
0
SMITH
3
5
7
Q
M
Y
J
W
P
4
O
G
N
9
X
D
T
V
A
6
M
P
U
0
S
G
K
8
3
L
V
Y
Z
C
D
S
B
5
Z
A
I
C
YOUR OPERATION
AIPHONE
2
R
U
Z
1
1
H
K
8
0
4
7
B
5
Y
1
4
I
X
O
9
0
Q
R
W
T
W
V
X
3
H
7
Q
F
6
8
U
E
T
5
M
P
T
R
S
I
7
Q
O
H
J
O
Y
M
4
F
G
N
9
X
P
E
6
M
P
S
2
3
L
V
0
J
C
D
J
K
8
U
G
B
5
A
G
I
D
R
D
A
H
7
4
1
2
4
Z
A
2
1
Q
Scroll
Calling an Entrance Station
1. Lift the handset and press the ∗ button and 1 button.
2. Use the 10 key to select the desired entrance station.
With Expanded System, entering Entrance station's unit ID# is
different by COMMON lines' connection between Entrance
stations and Security guard stations.
Connected to same common line: "programmed ID#" as is.
(e.g. calling to Entrance station #1: Enter "1"), or
Connected to another common line: "programmed ID# plus 8"
( e.g. calling to Entrance station #1: 1+8=9, Enter "9")
3. Press the call button to communicate with the entrance station.
If the corresponding entrance station does not exist, "DENIED"
will be displayed. While in communication, you can use the
light button and door release button.
4. When you are done talking, replace the handset.
Communication ends automatically after approximately 3
minutes.
NOTE: ∗ Pressing only buttons is the same as entering letters
when name scrolling and therefore "ENTER A LETTER"
is displayed.
CALLING
SMITH
b
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
AIPHONE
Press ROOM #.
1
1
0
101
SMITH
CALL
When there is no Room #,
NO ENTRY
CALLING
SMITH
c
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
AIPHONE
ENTER
S
S
S
R
P
R
P
R
P
P
'SMITH' (example)
7 Q7 Q7 Q7
Q
S
ENTER A LETTER
R
...
S
101
SMITH
CALL
CALLING
SMITH
When there is no name, (example: A)
NO ENTRY : A
Calling a Residential Station
Lift the handset, display the name and press the call button.
a. Making a call by name scrolling
b. Making a call by entering the room number
c. Making a call by entering letters and selecting the
corresponding name
NOTES: 1. Pressing the search button for approximately 2
seconds will automatically display the resident names
every 0.4 seconds.
2. If both room number 111 and 1111 exist, the resident
name for room 111 will be displayed when 1, 1, 1 is
entered and the resident name for room 1111 will be
displayed if 1 is entered one more time.
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12-5
1
2
A
B
G
J
K
PQ
T
L
M
P
6
S
8
T
U
V
N
O
W
9
Y
Z
X
0
a
F
O
9Z
0
F
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
Press button intermittently or hold
down for 2 sec. to show in succession.
AIPHONE
001
SECURITY GUARD A
BACKWARD FORWARD
Scroll
CALL
CALLING
SECURITY GUARD A
b
12-6
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
1
Press ROOM #.
AIPHONE
0
1
0
EMERGENCY
X
1
G
4
H I
2
K L
3
P
8
W
T
U V
E F
6
M
S
B C
5
J
7
Q R
D
CALL
A
p,
Beeep,
Be ep
Be
001
SECURITY GUARD A
N O
9
X Y
Z
J
K
WX
G
R
V
Y
3
E
6
N
U
C
5
7
Q
B
D
I
L
M
A
H
3
D
5
I
8
R
2
4
C
E
4
H
7S
1
d. Making a call by ID#
Lift the handset and press the "∗" button and "1" button. Press the
"0" button, the security guard station ID (1 -4) button and then the
call button. You will hear a low-volume call tone from the handset.
With Expanded System, entering Security guard station's unit
ID# is different by COMMON lines' connection.
Connected to same common line: "programmed ID#" as is.
(e.g. calling to Security guard station #1: Enter "1"), or
Connected to another common line: "programmed ID# plus 2"
( e.g. calling to Security guard station #1: 1+2=3, Enter "3")
NOTES: 1. Pressing only "∗" button is the same process as
entering letters for name scrolling, therefore "ENTER
A LETTER" is displayed.
2. If the security guard station does not exist, "DENIED"
will be displayed.
0
When there is no Room #,
NO ENTRY
CALLING
SECURITY GUARD A
c
2
DISPLAY
YOUR OPERATION
AIPHONE
1
ENTER
G
I
K
3
L
T
8
U
V
W
S
S
S
S
R
P
R
P
P
P
R
R
Emergency Call
1. When an emergency alarm switch is locked (or when a wire
disconnection occurs), an alarm sounds at the security guard
station and the word EMERGENCY is flashed with the relevant
room number and resident name on the display. Press the cancel
button to stop the alarm.
2. Lift the handset, check the name on the display and press the
resident call button to communicate with the residential station.
NOTES: 1. If an emergency call is already active on a security
guard station and that station is in communication,
another security guard station cannot interrupt. (An inuse tone will be heard from the handset of the
security guard station.)
2. The security guard station can respond to the
emergency alarm from the residential station, or can
make normal calls to other residential stations.
(However, the name scrolling function will not work
on the security guard station.) Operation is not
possible while the system is in use.
3. The emergency alarm can be activated even when the
system is in use. (Alarms can be activated at the same
time by up to 10 residences.)
4. When a security guard station has received multiple
emergency alarms,an arrow symbol will be shown to
the right of EMERGENCY on the display.
5. When the arrow symbol is displayed, you can use the
search button to select another residential station.
6. Emergency calls while the system is in use can be
made after the other communication is terminated.
S
001
SECURITY GUARD A
CALL
When there is no name, (example: A)
NO ENTRY : A
CALLING
SECURITY GUARD A
d
1
1
1
4
2
B
3
C
E
4
H
5
I
K
8
R
U
V
F
6
L
N
7S
O
9Z
WX
H
I
F
O
T
N
Y
W
Y
Z
T
0
9
X
0
E
6
PQ
S
3
L
V
M
C
M
P
U
J
K
8
G
B
5
J
R
G
G
I
D
H
7
D
A
2
4
A
0
1
F
O
Y
'SECURITY GUARD A' (example)
7 Q7 Q7 Q7
...
Q
ENTER A LETTER
Q
N
9
X
0
E
6
M
P
S
C
5
J
R
B
D
H
7
Z
A
2
4
Q
CALL
Calling Another Security Guard Station
Lift the handset, display the name and press the call button.
a. Making a call by name scrolling
b. Making a call by entering the room number
c. Making a call by entering letters and selecting the
corresponding name
NOTES: 1. Pressing the search button for approximately 2
seconds will automatically display the resident names
every 0.4 seconds.
2. If both room number 111 and 1111 exist, the resident
name for room 111 will be displayed when 1, 1, 1 is
entered and the resident name for room 1111 will be
displayed if 1 is entered one more time.
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12-7
12-8
1
2
1
2
A
B
3
C
D
E
4
G
H
5
I
J
K
M
PQ
8
R
T
V
O
9Z
WX
U
F
6
L
N
7S
Y
0
Calling from the Doorbell Button
1. The doorbell button is pushed. A call tone sounds as long as the
button is held down.
2. A different call tone sounds (there is no communication
available).
E01 101
SMITH
1
2
A
B
3
C
D
E
4
G
H
5
I
J
K
M
PQ
8
R
T
V
O
9Z
WX
U
F
6
L
N
7S
Y
0
12-9
1
Reception mode
Setting
While in standby mode, press "∗", "1" and "∗" on a security guard
station to display "RECEPTION MODE". In this mode, you can
intercept a call from an entrance to a tenant, and transfer the calls
directly to the security guard station. Press "∗", "1" and "∗" again
to cancel the setting.
NOTES: 1. If there are multiple security guard stations, you can
make and cancel the transfer setting on any security
guard station to switch the setting for the system
overall.
2. Calls from an entrance station are transferred to all
security guard stations that are linked to the
corresponding residential station. The call tone
sounds on all security guard stations at the same time.
3. A call to a residential station that is not linked to a
security guard station will result in a call to the
residential station directly.
1
2
A
B
3
C
D
E
4
G
H
5
I
J
K
6
L
M
N
7S
PQ
8
R
T
V
9Z
WX
U
Y
O
F
2
0
MISSED CALL
101
SMITH
DECIDE & NEXT
3
101
SMITH
DECIDE & BACK
Missed call
1. If a security guard station fails to respond to a call from a
residential station, "MISSED CALL" is displayed on the
display. Press the search button to display the room number and
name that made the call.
2. When the room number and name is displayed, lift the handset
and press the call button to call the residential station or the
security guard station that is displayed.
3. When the room number and name is displayed, press the cancel
button to delete the displayed record. Other records will not be
deleted.
NOTES: 1. The security guard station can hold up to 20 missed
calls.
2. A record of answered calls is not kept.
Operation
1. In "RECEPTION MODE", all of the calls from entrance
stations to residential stations are transferred to security guard
stations. Tone rings and entrance number, called room number
& name are displayed.
2. Lift the handset, and communicate with entrance station.
3. When transferring the call to called residential station, press
CALL button.
4. After communication with residential station, hang up handset
to establish the communication between caller entrance station
and called residential station.
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TECHNICAL PRECAUTIONS
Technical precautions
• Operating temperature: Entrance Station:
-10 °C to 60 °C
(14 °F to 140 °F)
Residential Station:
0 °C to 40 °C
(32 °F to 104 °F)
Security Guard Station:0 °C to 40 °C
(32 °F to 104 °F)
Control Unit:
0 °C to 40 °C
(32 °F to 104 °F)
• Mounting location:
Do not install the entrance station in a
place where there would be a bright
light behind a visitor (or where there
would be a bright background) or in a
place where the camera lens would be
directly exposed to sunlight or a bright
light.
• Rain hood (option):
Although the entrance station is
weather resistant, it is recommended
that it not be directly exposed to
weather conditions. The rain hood (GFH) can be installed to protect the
entrance station from rainfall.
• Post-replacement setup: After all wiring is completed and the
residential station has been replaced,
turn off the power to GH-BC
temporarily and then turn it back on.
Next, reprogram the relevant residential
station.
• Operation:
When an entrance station is calling a
residential station, the call tone from
the doorbell button will not sound.
• Cleaning:
Clean the units with a soft cloth
dampened with a neutral household
cleanser. Never use an abrasive cleanser
or cloth.
• Repair requests:
When units do not operate properly,
request a qualified technician for repairs.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
• Power supply:
DC 24V supplied by PS-2410LC, PS-2410LD, PS-2410DIN
(for each GH-BC, GH-VBC, GH-NS/10K, GH-MK, GH-BCX/A)
• Current consumption:
GH-BC: 0.9 A, GH-VBC: 0.9 A, GH-NS: 0.13 A,
GH-MK: 0.18 A, GH-BCX/A: 0.45 A
• Call tone:
There are three different types of call tones:a call tone for the
entrance station, a call tone for the security guard station and
a call tone for the doorbell button.
• Communication path: Single path, non-open
• Communication:
Voice-actuated communication (or press-to-talk communication)
• Door release:
Connecting terminals: Between ELM-ELC (N/O) and ELBELC (N/C)
Specifications: less than 4A (resistance load), AC/DC 24V,
dry closure contact for door release
• Wiring: Two single-pair cable
• Type of cables:
Pair cable (solid wire not stranded), polyethylene insulated,
diameter 0.65 ~ 1.0 mm
• Dimensions:
GH-1MD:
160 (W) x 210 (H) x 55.5 (D) mm
(6-5/16 x 8-1/4 x 2-3/16 inch)
GH-1AD:
125 (W) x 175 (H) x 32 (D) mm
(4-15/16 x 6-7/8 x 1-1/4 inch)
GH-1KD:
125 (W) x 175 (H) x 32 (D) mm
(4-15/16 x 6-7/8 x 1-1/4 inch)
GH-BC:
122.5 (W) x 108.5 (H) x 61 (D) mm
(4-13/16 x 4-1/4 x 2-3/8 inch)
GH-VBC:
122.5 (W) x 108.5 (H) x 61 (D) mm
(4-13/16 x 4-1/4 x 2-3/8 inch)
GH-4Z:
122.5 (W) x 108.5 (H) x 61 (D) mm
(4-13/16 x 4-1/4 x 2-3/8 inch)
GH-MK:
215 (W) x 210 (H) x 69 (D) mm
(8-7/16 x 8-1/4 x 2-3/4 inch)
GH-BCX/A:
210 (W) x 108.5 (H) x 61 (D) mm
(8-1/4 x 4-1/4 x 2-3/8 inch)
GH-VBX:
210 (W) x 108.5 (H) x 61 (D) mm
(8-1/4 x 4-1/4 x 2-3/8 inch)
Entrance Station
2 module, 2 row panel: 270 (W) x 225 (H) x 16 (D) mm
(10-5/8 x 8-7/8 x 5/8 inch)
(Box depth: 44mm (1-3/4"))
3 module, 1 row panel: 135 (W) x 320 (H) x 16 (D) mm
(5-5/16 x 12-5/8 x 5/8 inch)
(Box depth: 44mm (1-3/4"))
• Weight:
GH-1MD: Approx. 980 g (2.2 lbs.)
GH-1AD: Approx. 330 g (0.7 lbs.)
GH-1KD: Approx. 400 g (0.9 lbs.)
GH-BC: Approx. 450 g (1.0 lbs.)
GH-VBC: Approx. 250 g (0.6 lbs.)
GH-4Z: Approx. 190 g (0.4 lbs.)
GH-MK: Approx. 900 g (2.0 lbs.)
GH-BCX/A: Approx. 370 g (0.8 lbs.)
GH-VBX: Approx. 370 g (0.8 lbs.)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna •
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected. Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARRANTY
Aiphone warrants its products to be free from defects of material and
workmanship under normal use and service for a period of two years after
delivery to the ultimate user and will repair free of charge or replace at no
charge, should it become defective upon which examination shall disclose to
be defective and under warranty. Aiphone reserves unto itself the sole right to
make the final decision whether there is a defect in materials and/or
workmanship; and whether or not the product is within the warranty. This
warranty shall not apply to any Aiphone product which has been subject to
misuse, neglect, accident, or to use in violation of instructions furnished, nor
extended to units which have been repaired or altered outside of the factory.
This warranty does not cover batteries or damage caused by batteries used in
connection with the unit. This warranty covers bench repairs only,and any
repairs must be made at the shop or place designated in writing by Aiphone.
Aiphone will not be responsible for any costs incurred involving on site
service calls. Aiphone will not provide compensation for any loss or damage
incurred by the breakdown or malfunction of its products during use, or for
any consequent inconvenience or losses that may result.
The object area of
(WEEE) is EU.
http://www.aiphone.com/
AIPHONE CO., LTD., NAGOYA, JAPAN
AIPHONE CORPORATION, BELLEVUE, WA, USA
AIPHONE S.A.S., LISSES-EVRY, FRANCE
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