Aiphone 834168 C P0811JZ Intercom System User Manual

834168 C P0811JZ
IS SERIES
Commercial & Security Video Intercom system
INSTALLATION MANUAL
Thank you for selecting Aiphone for your communication and security needs. Please read this manual carefully before installation,
and keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Also read the SETTING MANUAL and OPERATION MANUAL on the bundled CD-ROM.
When the installation is completed, configure the system by following the SETTING MANUAL. Otherwise, the system will be nonfunctional.
IMPORTANT
• Do not install the system until you have completely understood the system and this manual.
• The system must be installed and wired by a qualified technician well-versed in network construction.
Please note that the illustrations in this manual may differ from the actual ones.
CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS ................................ 3
WARNING .......................................3
CAUTION ........................................3
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS ............3
Notes on using this system ..........4
Notices ............................................4
SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS.......... 4
Entire system ................................4
System configuration examples ....5
■ Standard (IP) system............................ 5
CONNECTIONS .............................. 6
System connection diagram .........6
Cables .............................................8
UNIT DETAILS ................................ 9
Control unit common information....9
■ Accessories .......................................... 9
■ Mounting............................................... 9
Central control unit (IS-CCU) ......10
■ Part names ......................................... 10
■ Specifications ..................................... 10
■ Connections ........................................11
Add-on control unit (IS-SCU) ......12
■ Part names ......................................... 12
■ Specifications ..................................... 12
■ Connections ....................................... 13
Room sub control unit (IS-RCU) ....14
■ Part names ......................................... 14
■ Specifications ..................................... 14
■ Connections ...................................... 15
IP control unit (IS-IPC) .................16
■ Part names ......................................... 16
■ Specifications ..................................... 16
■ Connections ....................................... 17
Color monitor master station
(IS-MV) ..........................................18
■ Accessories ........................................ 18
■ Mounting............................................. 18
■ Connections ....................................... 19
Vandal-resistant video door
station (IS-DV, IS-DVF),
Vandal-resistant audio door
station (IS-SS) ..............................20
■ Accessories ........................................ 20
■ Mounting locations (IS-DV and IS-DVF) ... 20
■ Mounting positions and image view
area of video door station
(IS-DV and IS-DVF) ........................... 20
■ Mounting............................................. 21
■ Connections (IS-DV and IS-DVF)....... 22
■ Connections (IS-SS)........................... 23
Room sub station (IS-RS) ...........24
■ Accessories ........................................ 24
■ Mounting............................................. 24
■ Connections ....................................... 25
Power supply unit
(IS-PU-UL and IS-PU-S) ...............26
■ Accessories ........................................ 26
■ Mounting............................................. 26
■ AC cord requirements......................... 26
TECHNICAL DATA AND
PRECAUTIONS .............................. 27
WARRANTY .................... Back cover
After unpacking, check the included parts for each product
referring to the corresponding pages.
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
The IS system provides various manuals to meet various system planning and work processes. Use the manuals necessary for your
system.
Manual configurations
The following manuals are provided for a local system. Read all the manuals for installing, setting up, and using a local system, or
provide the manuals to the persons working with the system.
* The INSTALLATION MANUAL includes the contents for a standard (IP) system.
INSTALLATION MANUAL (This manual)
Used for installing and connecting control units, stations and power supply unit. (For an installer or serviceman)
SETTING MANUAL (An electronic manual on the CD-ROM included with the central control unit)
Used for making the system settings and system maintenance. (For an installer or serviceman)
OPERATION MANUAL (An electronic manual on the CD-ROM included with the central control unit)
This manual describes how to use this system for calling, communicating, paging, monitoring, etc. (For users of the
system)
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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.
1. Do not dismantle or alter the unit. Fire or electric shock could
result.
2. Keep the unit away from water or any other liquid.
Fire or electric shock could result.
3. High voltage is present internally. Do not open the case.
Electric shock could result.
4. The unit is not of explosion-proof. Do not install or use near
gases or flammable materials. Fire or explosion could result.
5. Do not connect any non-specified power source to the +, terminals. Also, do not install two power supplies in parallel to a
single input. Fire or damage to the unit could result. Be sure to
connect a single power supply unit to a control unit.
6. Do not connect any terminal on the unit to an AC power line.
Fire or electric shock could result.
10. Do not put anything on the unit or cover the unit with cloth, etc.
Fire or unit trouble could result.
11. Do not install the unit in any of the following locations. Fire,
electric shock, or unit trouble could result.
* Places under direct sunlight or places near heating
equipment that varies in temperature.
* Places subject to dust, oil, chemicals, hydrogen sulfide (hot
spring).
* Places subject to moisture and humidity extremes, such as
bathrooms, cellars, greenhouses, etc.
* Places where the temperature is quite low, such as inside a
refrigerated area or in front of an air conditioner.
* Places subject to steam or smoke (near heating or cooking
surfaces).
* Where noise generating devices such as dimmer switches or
inverter electrical appliances are closeby.
7. Do not use power supply with a voltage other than specified.
Fire or electric shock could result.
12. Be sure to perform a call test or check the volume with the
handset on the hook. If you operate the hook switch with the
handset on your ear, a sudden call etc. may arrive causing
damage to your ear.
8. Keep AC cord from being marred or crushed. If the AC cord is
fractured, fire or electric shock could result.
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
9. Do not plug or unplug with wet hands. Electric shock could result.
10. Insert AC plug completely and securely into AC outlet.
Otherwise, fire or electric shock could result.
11. Do not put any metal or flammable material into the unit through
the openings. Fire, electric shock, or unit trouble could result.
12. The unit must be installed and wired by a qualified technician.
13. Existing wiring such as chime wiring, etc. may contain high voltage
AC electricity. Damage to the unit or electric shock could result.
Wiring and installation should be done by a qualified technician.
CAUTION
Negligence could result in injury to people or damage to property.
1. Keep the unit more than 1 m (3.3') away from radio or TV.
2. Keep the intercom wires more than 30cm (12'') away from AC
100-240V wiring. AC induced noise and/or unit malfunction could
result.
3. Install the unit in an area that will be accessible for future
inspections, repairs, and maintenance.
4. As to other manufacturer’s devices (such as sensor, detectors,
door releases) used with this system, comply with the
Specifications and Warranty conditions that the manufacturers or
venders present.
5. If the unit is down or does not operate properly, turn off the power
switches and unplug the power supply.
6. If it is used close to a cellular phone, the unit may malfunction.
1. Do not install or make any wire terminations while power supply
is plugged in. It can cause electrical shock or damage to the unit.
7. The unit can be damaged if dropped. Handle with care.
2. When mounting the unit on a wall, install the unit in a
convenient location, but not where it could be jarred or
bumped. Injury could result.
9. In areas where broadcasting station antennas are close by, the
intercom system may be affected by radio frequency interference.
3. Before turning on power, make sure wires are correctly
connected, not crossed or not shorted. If not, fire or electric
shock could result.
4. Do not install the unit in locations subject to frequent vibration or
impact. It may fall or tip over, resulting in damage to the unit or
personal injury.
5. For power supply, use Aiphone power supply model or model
specified for use with system. If non-specified product is used,
fire or malfunction could result.
6. On products with ground terminals, connect to an earth ground.
Fire or malfunction could result.
7. For DC powered systems, use Aiphone power supply model
specified with system. If non-specified product is used, fire or
malfunction could result.
8. Do not put high pressure on the monitor. If fractured, injury
could result.
9. 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.
8. The unit turns inoperative during power failure.
10. All the units, except for door station, is designed for indoor use
only. Do not use outdoor.
11. This product, being a control unit of door release, should not be
used as a crime prevention device.
12. It must be noted in advance that the LCD panel, though
manufactured with very high precision techniques, inevitably will
have a very small portion of its picture elements always lit or not lit
at all. This is not considered a unit malfunction.
13. Door station is weather-resistant, but do not spray with highpressure water. Unit trouble could result.
14. For wiring, specify CAT5e/6 straight cable.
15. Due to the environmental sound around the unit, it may hinder
smooth communication, but this is not a malfunction.
16. When outside temperature lowers sharply after rainfall, etc., the
inside of camera may fog up slightly, causing a blurry picture, but
this is not a malfunction. Normal operation will be restored when
moisture evaporates.
17. Do not locate the units in a location with restricted access. It
impedes maintenance inspection or repairs. Also, unit trouble
could result.
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Notes on using this system
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The ID/Password to access the web server for setting the system
is the customer's responsibility. Make sure you set a password that
cannot be easily guessed by a third party. We recommend that you
change the ID/Password on a regular basis.
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Notices
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We will under no conditions be liable for damage that occurs due
to failures in network equipment; failures due to internet providers
and cell phone companies; failures such as disconnected lines and
other losses in communication, which render it impossible to provide
this service or in any way delay this service due to causes outside
of our responsibility; or if an error or missing data occurs during
transmission.
We will under no conditions be liable for damage that occurs due
to the inability to communicate due to malfunctions, problems, or
operational errors in this product.
We will under no conditions be liable for damage caused if a
customer's password or transmitted information are leaked through
bugging or unlawful computer access over Internet communication.
We will under no conditions be liable for any damages or losses
resulting from this product's contents or specifications.
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This manual was created by Aiphone Co., Ltd., all rights reserved.
Copying a part of or this entire manual without prior permission from
Aiphone Co., Ltd. is strictly forbidden.
Please note that images depicted in this manual may differ from the
actual images.
Please note that this manual may be revised or changed without
prior notice.
Please note that product specifications may be changed for the sake
of improvement without prior notice.
Please be aware that it is the customer's responsibility to ensure that
their computer is secure. We will under no conditions be liable for
security failures.
This system is not intended for life support or crime prevention. It is
just a supplementary means of conveying information. Aiphone will
under no conditions be liable for loss of life or property which occurs
while the system is being operated.
SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
The IS system is a commercial and security video intercom system especially designed for applications in facilities such as office
buildings, factories, schools, hospitals, and prisons. Installed separately from conventional general-purpose internal communications
systems, the IS system can be used as a video door entry system, emergency announcement system, rescue assistance system,
urgent call system, public announcement system, and access control system.
The IS system can be constructed on an IP network so multiple sites of IS system can be connected and controlled as a global
system. You can design the system to any scale depending on your needs.
Entire system
An entire system can have up to 32 sites connected on an IP network. In this system, calling, communication, etc. are possible among
sites.
Site 1
Site 32
Site 2
Site 3
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Site 4
System configuration examples
■ Standard (IP) system
The following is an example of standard (IP) system for controlling security and communication for facilities.
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A site must be configured with an IP-based system.
A standard (IP) system can consist of local systems and IP units.
A local system (Hard wired network system) without connecting to an IP network can also be an independent system.
When using a local system as an independent system, it needs at least one central control unit (IS-CCU). To connect a local system
to a standard (IP) system, one IP control unit (IS-IPC) is needed.
• An IP unit (PC master station, IP door station or IP master station) can be connected directly to a LAN.
• In a site, up to 32 IP units (including up to 8 IP control units) can be connected.
Telephone
: Control office, etc.
Site 1
IP
PSTN / private line (North America only)
Internet / WAN
Site 32
Site 3
Site 2
Standard (IP) system
PBX telephone
LAN (IP network)
IP
IP
IS-IPC
IS-CCU
IS-IPC
IS-CCU
IP
IS-IPC
IS-RCU
IP
IP
IP
Building 4
IS-RCU
IS-RCU
IS-RCU
IS-RCU
IS-SCU
IS-SCU
IS-RCU
Building 3
Building 1
Building 2
Local system
This is also a local
system, however no
communication can be
made on this system
without connecting
with an IP network.
IP :IP unit
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CONNECTIONS
System connection diagram
The following is an example of standard (IP) system connection diagram.
* Refer to page 9 to 26 for details about each unit connection.
To Internet/WAN
Broadband
router
PBX / Telephone
Switch (Hub)
*1
IP
IS-IPC
IS-PU-UL
or
IS-PU-S
Local system
IS-MV
(Max. 1)
IS-CCU
Timer
(Max. 4)
Monitor
Recorder
CD player
IS-PU-UL
or
IS-PU-S
IS-DV/IS-DVF
/IS-SS
PT
AC
transformer
IS-RS
(Max. 4)
PA speaker
PA amplifier
IS-SCU
IS-RCU
PA speaker
EL-12S
Electric door
strike
and
/or
(Max. 2)
PA amplifier
(Max. 4)
PA amplifier
IS-PU-UL
IS-PU-UL
or
or
IS-PU-S
IS-PU-S
(Max.8)
IS-SS
IS-RS
IS-RS
IS-MV
(Max. 30)
(Max. 8)
and
/or
Monitor
IS-DV/IS-DVF
/IS-SS
Recorder
and
/or
PT AC
transformer
8Ω speaker
Call button
Strobe light
EL-12S
Electric door strike
*1: An IP control unit (IS-IPC) is needed to connect a local system to a standard (IP) system.
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PA speaker
: IS system product
IP
: IP unit
Telephone network
LAN (IP network)
Switch (Hub)
Switch (Hub)
IS-IPMV
IP
IS-IPDV
/IS-IPDVF
IP
IP
PS-2420/D/UL/S*2
IS-IPC*1
IS-PU-UL
IP
PC master station
(IS-SOFT)
Switch (Hub)
PBX / Telephone
Switch (Hub)
or
Local system
IS-PU-S
PS-2420/D/UL/S*2
or
or
PoE
PoE
(Max. 1)
IS-RCU
PA amplifier
PA speaker
IS-PU-UL
or
PT AC
transformer
Recorder
IS-SS
(Max. 30)
IS-PU-S
IS-RS
and
/or
EL-12S
Electric door strike
8Ω speaker
Call button
Strobe light
2
* : Do not use PS-2420S in Europe.
Maximum number of each unit connectable to a "local system" and a site of "standard (IP) system"
Category
Control unit
Local
Master station
Sub station
Control unit
IP
Master station
Sub station
Model name
Type
IS-CCU
IS-SCU
IS-RCU
IS-MV
IS-DV
IS-DVF
IS-SS*3
IS-RS*3
IS-IPC
IS-IPMV
IS-SOFT (PC master station)
IS-IPDV
IS-IPDVF
Central control unit
Add-on control unit
Room sub control unit
Color monitor master station
Vandal-resistant video door station (surface-mount)
Vandal-resistant video door station (flush-mount)
Vandal-resistant audio door station (flush-mount)
Room sub station
IP control unit
Color monitor IP master station
PC master station
IP vandal-resistant video door station (surface-mount)
IP vandal-resistant video door station (flush-mount)
Max. number
Local system
Standard (IP) system
1
8*4
2
16
4
32
20
160
20
160
120
-
960
32*4
*3: You can use vandal-resistant audio door stations (IS-SS) instead of room sub stations (IS-RS) and vice versa.
*4: Up to 8 IP control units (IS-IPC) can be connected with an IP network per site. If you do so, the maximum number of other IP units that can be
connected to the IP network is 24 per site. One local system can be connected with an IP control unit (IS-IPC).
Up to 31 PC master stations (IS-SOFT) can be connected with an IP network per site. If you do so, at least one IP control unit (IS-IPC), color
monitor IP master station (IS-IPMV) or IP vandal-resistant video door station (IS-IPDV or IS-IPDVF) should be also connected.
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Cables
Cables and connectors are not included with the products.
Refer to page 9 to 26 for details about each unit connection.
Notes on cables
• Unless otherwise noted, never use individual
conductors, twisted pair cable or coaxial cable.
• Odd number cables, such as
three conductor wire, cannot be
used.
Notes on CAT5e/6 cables
•
Do not bend the cables to an extent where the radius is
less than 25 mm (1”). Communication failure could result.
•
Arrange the color code of the RJ45 connections in accordance
with EIA/TIA-568A or 568B.
Pair3
Pair2
CAT5e/6 cable
Pair3
25mm (1") or more
CAT5e/6 cable
12345678
12345678
T568A
T568B
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Be sure to check the condition of cable connections with a
LAN checker before connecting with a LAN cable.
•
An RJ45 connector with a cover cannot be connected to the
port for CAT5e/6 on master stations, door stations, or room sub
stations. Use a cable without a cover for the units except for the
control units.
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Do not pull or put excess strain on CAT5e/6 cables.
Use a straight-through cable for connecting units. Use a
crossover cable when connecting with a PC directly.
Less than 25mm (1")
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Pair2 Pair1 Pair4
Pair1 Pair4
Do not remove the CAT5e/6 cable jacket more than
necessary.
How to connect or disconnect stranded wires.
• Twist the strands together, then insert the wire into one of the quick coupling terminals.
• To ensure that the wire won't bend, press the release button while inserting into terminal.
e.g.) IS-CCU
e.g.) IS-MV (back)
Release button
8mm
(3/8")
Release button
* Strip off the cable jacket by following the indication
on each unit.
e.g.) IS-CCU
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UNIT DETAILS
Control unit common information
* The information on this page is common to Central control unit (IS-CCU), Add-on control unit (IS-SCU), Room sub control unit (IS-
RCU) and IP control unit (IS-IPC).
■ Accessories
・Mounting bracket × 2
・Screw (for wall-mounting) × 4
・Screw (for rack-mounting) × 4
・Screw (for fixing mounting bracket) × 6
・Installation manual (a booklet)*1 × 1
・CD-ROM (Installation manual, Setting manual and Operation manual)*2 × 1
・China RoHS paper × 1
*1: IS-CCU only
*2: IS-CCU and IS-IPC only
■ Mounting
<When mounting into the 19-inch rack>
1
Attach the mounting brackets
to the unit.
19-inch rack (2U)
Screw hole x 3
2
Mounting bracket x 2 (included)
44.5 mm
(1-3/4")
Screw (for fixing mounting bracket) x 6 (included)
NOTE:
Do not use screws other than the included ones.
Screw (for rack-mounting) x 4 (included)
<When mounting on a wall>
1
Set the unit in the
19-inch rack and fix
it with screws.
NOTE:
If the control unit is installed in a closed rack or
multiunit rack assembly, the temperature around the unit
may become high when operating. Install the control
unit in an environment whose temperature will not rise
beyond the maximum permissible ambient temperature
of the control unit.
Attach the mounting brackets to
the unit.
NOTE:
Do not use screws other than the included ones.
2
Mount the unit on the wall with
the screws for wall-mounting.
65 mm (2-9/16")
Screw (for wall-mounting)
x 4 (included)
65 mm (2-9/16")
450 mm (17-3/4")
Screw (for fixing mounting
bracket) x 6 (included)
NOTE:
When mounting on a wall, mount the terminal side
down.
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Central control unit (IS-CCU)
■ Part names
CONTACT INPUT terminals
CHIME INPUT terminals
CONTACT OUTPUT terminals
External chime source volume 1 and 2
Adjust the volume of the input source (for chime) connected to the
CHIME INPUT B1 and B2 terminals respectively.
PA (Paging) OUTPUT terminals
POWER switch
Turns the power ON ( ) or OFF ( ).
POWER LED (green)
Lights up when the power is ON.
Room sub control unit
(IS-RCU) ports
POWER terminals
MASTER STATION ports
VIDEO OUTPUT port 1
and port 2
VIDEO/AUDIO DOOR/SUB
STATION ports
STATUS LED (green)
Blinks when this unit is initialized or an error*1
occurs.
The LED will light up when this unit returns to
the normal state.
*1: Communication error in a unit connected
to this unit, or between this unit and a unit
connected to it, etc.
Add-on control unit (IS-SCU) ports
IP control unit (IS-IPC) ports
Link/ACT LED (green)
Operates when this unit is connected to LAN.
LAN port
Connect a PC to this port for making the system settings.
(Refer to the SETTING MANUAL for details about the
settings.)
NOTE:
The illustration of the unit may differ from the actual one.
■ Specifications
Central control unit (IS-CCU)
Power source
Current consumption
Ambient temperature
Talk channels・Video
channels
Master station(s)
Video door station(s)
Audio door station(s)
Room sub station(s)
Add-on control unit
Room sub control unit
IP control unit
Video output
LAN
Mounting
Material
Color
10
48V DC (supplied from the power supply unit)
Max. 800mA
0 - 40°C (+32°F - +104°F)
Local system: 2 talk & 2 video channels,
1 chime
Max. 4
Max. 4
Max. 2
Max. 4
Max. 1
NTSC
BNC (Video channel 1,2)
Ethernet (10 BASE-T, 100 BASE-TX)
Rack-mount (19-inch, 2U rack) or wall-mount
Steel plate
Black
■ Connections
Chime input (50mVrms, 600Ω)
Contact output *8
(Electric door strike, strobe light, etc.)
PA output
(50mVrms, 600Ω)
Contact input *9
PA amplifier
Sensor, etc.
External sound
source such as
CD player, etc. *6
*2
*1
NP
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
15m (50')
NP
NP
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
P
NP
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
15m (50')
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
*3
*7
Monitor 1,
Recorder 1
Monitor 2,
Recorder 2
BNC
connector
BNC
connector
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
15m (50')
Coax
NP
AC
transformer PT
PC for setting
the system
*7
*4
Coax
15m (50')
NTSC
15m (50')
NTSC
P
NP: Non-polarized
P: Polarized
P1
P2
P3
P4
L1
L2
L3
L4
L5
IS-RCU
L7
L8
S1 E S2 E S3 E S4 E
CONTACT INPUT
VIDEO/AUDIO
DOOR/SUB STATION
MASTER STATION
B1
B2
BNC
connector
V1
IS-SCU
3CX1
4CX1
M1
M3
D1
D3
1MX1
1MX3
2MX2
IP1
1CX2
2CX2
3CX2
4CX2
M2
M4
D2
D4
1MX2
2MX1
2MX3
IP2
200m
(650')
300m
(980')
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
150m
(490')
300m
(980')
C
M
or
LAN
ETHERNET
IS-IPC
2CX1
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
V2
VIDEO OUTPUT
CHIME INPUT (600Ω)
1CX1
CAT5e/6
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded) (non-shielded)
CX1/IP1
L6
CONTACT OUTPUT (AC/DC24V 0.5A)
PA OUTPUT (600Ω)
200m
(650')
BNC
connector
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
15m (50')
DC48V
IP3
2C
φ0.8-1.2mm
(20-16 AWG)
CAT5e/6 (x3)
(non-shielded)
200m
(650')
CAT5e/6 (x3)
(non-shielded)
P
15m
(50')
10m (33')
D
MX1 MX2 MX3
CX2/IP2
IP1
IP2
IP3
*5
Master station
(IS-MV)
Room sub control unit
(IS-RCU)
Room sub station
(IS-RS)
Door station
(IS-DV/IS-DVF/
IS-SS)
Add-on control unit
(IS-SCU)
IP control unit
(IS-IPC)
Power supply unit
(IS-PU-UL/IS-PU-S)
*1: This connection is needed when a PA amplifier that needs a trigger input is connected. (Up to AC/DC 24V 0.5A)
*2: This connection is needed when a sound source etc. that needs a trigger input is connected. (Up to AC/DC 24V 0.5A) Connect a timer to the
CONTACT INPUT terminals when an external sound source device (CD player etc.) that does not have a timer function is connected.
*3: This connection is needed when a sound source that has a trigger output is connected.
*4: Refer to the SETTING MANUAL for connection and settings.
*5: Do not install two power supplies in parallel to a single input. Be sure to connect a single power supply unit to a control unit.
*6: Do not use an external sound source as background music. If the background music is interrupted by another performance during chime paging,
the chime paging will not be restored after the performance ends.
*7: Outputs images only from a video door station connected to this unit.
*8: Output specifications
Output method
N/O or N/C dry closure contact
Voltage between 24V AC, 0.5A (resistive load)
24V DC, 0.5A (resistive load)
terminals
Minimum overload (AC/DC): 100mV, 0.1mA
NOTES:
• Do not use the unoccupied terminals and ports for other purposes.
• In order to prevent miswiring, label both ends of each cable with
the unit and terminal names to which they are to be connected.
• For connecting other manufacturer’s products, refer to the
instruction manuals for those products.
• The illustration of the unit’s front panel differs from the actual
one. This is for simplifying the connection diagram.
*9: Input specifications
Input method
N/O or N/C dry closure contact (start
signal only detection method)
Detection confirmation
time
100 ms or more
Contact resistance
During N/O dry closure: Less than 700 Ω
During N/C dry closure: At least 4 k Ω
Terminal short current
Less than 10 mA
Voltage between
terminals
Less than 5 V DC (when open between
terminals)
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Add-on control unit (IS-SCU)
■ Part names
CONTACT OUTPUT terminals
PA (Paging) OUTPUT terminals
POWER switch
Turns the power ON ( ) or OFF ( ).
POWER LED (green)
Lights up when the power is ON.
POWER terminals
MASTER STATION ports
VIDEO/AUDIO DOOR/SUB STATION ports
ID setting switch
(→P.13)
Central control unit (IS-CCU) ports
STATUS LED (green)
Blinks when this unit is initialized or an error*1
occurs.
The LED will light up when this unit returns to
the normal state.
*1: Communication error in a unit connected
to this unit, or between this unit and a unit
connected to it, etc.
* No connection allowed.
VIDEO OUTPUT port 1 and port 2
NOTE:
The illustration of the unit may differ from the actual one.
■ Specifications
Add-on control unit (IS-SCU)
Power source
Current consumption
Ambient temperature
Talk channels・Video
channels
Master station(s)
Video door station(s)
Audio door station(s)
Room sub station(s)
Video output
Mounting
Material
Color
12
48V DC (supplied from the power supply unit)
Max. 1.2A
0 - 40°C (+32°F - +104°F)
Local system: 2 talk & 2 video channels,
1 chime
Max. 8
Max. 8
NTSC
BNC (Video channel 1,2)
Rack-mount (19-inch, 2U rack) or wall mount
Steel plate
Black
■ Connections
Contact output *4
(Electric door strike, strobe light, etc.)
PA output
(50mVrms, 600Ω)
Monitor 1,
Recorder 1
PA amplifier
NP
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
15m (50')
BNC
connector
BNC
connector
*1
NP
Monitor 2,
Recorder 2
NP
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
AC
transformer PT
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
Coax
15m (50')
NTSC
Coax
15m (50')
NTSC
BNC
connector
P1
P2
P3
P4
L1
L2
L3
L4
V1
MASTER STATION
NP: Non-polarized
P: Polarized
V2
VIDEO OUTPUT
CONTACT OUTPUT (AC/DC24V 0.5A)
PA OUTPUT (600Ω)
BNC
connector
VIDEO/AUDIO DOOR/SUB STATION
IS-CCU
M1
M3
M5
M7
D1
D3
D5
D7
MX1
M2
M4
M6
M8
D2
D4
D6
D8
MX2
MX3
DC48V
1 ID
2
ID setting switch *3
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
300m
(980')
150m
(490')
300m
(980')
M
D
or
P
2C
φ0.8-1.2mm
(20-16 AWG)
CAT5e/6 (x3)
(non-shielded)
200m
(650')
15m(50')
C
1MX1 1MX2 1MX3
*2
Door station
(IS-DV/IS-DVF/
IS-SS)
Master station
(IS-MV)
Room sub station
(IS-RS)
Central control unit
(IS-CCU)
Power supply unit
(IS-PU-UL/IS-PU-S)
*1: This connection is needed when a PA amplifier that needs a trigger input is connected. (Up to AC/DC 24V 0.5A)
*2: Do not install two power supplies in parallel to a single input. Be sure to connect a single power supply unit to a control unit.
*3: Setting the ID setting switch
ID No.
Switch position
ID 1
ON
OFF
Set to this position when this unit is connected to 1MX1, 1MX2 and 1MX3 ports of IS-CCU.
Description
ID 2
ON
OFF
Set to this position when this unit is connected to 2MX1, 2MX2 and 2MX3 ports of IS-CCU.
*4: Refer to “Output specifications” (→P.11).
NOTES:
• Do not use the unoccupied terminals and ports for other purposes.
• In order to prevent miswiring, label both ends of each cable with the unit and terminal names to which they are to be connected.
• For connecting other manufacturer’s products, refer to the instruction manuals for those products.
• The illustration of the unit’s front panel differs from the actual one. This is for simplifying the connection diagram.
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Room sub control unit (IS-RCU)
■ Part names
CONTACT OUTPUT terminals
PA (Paging) OUTPUT terminals
POWER switch
Turns the power ON ( ) or OFF ( ).
POWER LED (green)
Lights up when the power is ON.
POWER terminals
AUDIO DOOR/SUB STATION ports
Central control unit (IS-CCU) /
IP control unit (IS-IPC) ports
ID setting switch
(→P.15)
STATUS LED (green)
Blinks when this unit is initialized or an error*1
occurs.
The LED will light up when this unit returns to
the normal state.
*1: Communication error in a unit connected
to this unit, or between this unit and a unit
connected to it, etc.
NOTE:
The illustration of the unit may differ from the actual one.
■ Specifications
Room sub control unit (IS-RCU)
Power source
Current consumption
Ambient temperature
Talk channels
Audio door station(s)
Room sub station(s)
Mounting
Material
Color
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48V DC (supplied from the power supply unit)
Max. 1.8A
0 - 40°C (+32°F - +104°F)
Local system: 2 talk channels, 1 chime
Max. 30
Rack-mount (19-inch, 2U rack) or wall-mount
Steel plate
Black
■ Connections
Contact output *4
(Electric door strike, strobe light, etc.)
PA output
(50mVrms, 600Ω)
PA amplifier
*1
NP
NP
NP
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
15m (50')
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
AC
transformer PT
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
NP: Non-polarized
P: Polarized
ID setting switch *3
P1
P2
P3
P4
L1
L2
L3
L4
CONTACT OUTPUT (AC/DC24V 0.5A)
PA OUTPUT (600Ω)
IS-CCU/
IS-IPC
AUDIO DOOR/SUB STATION
1
C1
C3
C5
C7
C9
C11
C13
C15
C17
C19
C21
C23
C25
C27
C29
CX1/IP1
2
C2
C4
C6
C8
C10
C12
C14
C16
C18
C20
C22
C24
C26
C28
C30
CX2/IP2
3 ID
4
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
150m
(490')
300m
(980')
C
or
CAT5e/6 (x2)
(non-shielded)
P
2C
φ0.8-1.2mm
(20-16 AWG)
CAT5e/6 (x2)
(non-shielded)
200m
(650')
10m
(33')
D
IP1
DC48V
IP2
or
1CX1
15m (50')
1CX2
*2
Room sub station
(IS-RS)
Audio door station
(IS-SS)
IP control unit
(IS-IPC)
Central control unit
(IS-CCU)
Power supply unit
(IS-PU-UL/IS-PU-S)
*1: This connection is needed when a PA amplifier that needs a trigger input is connected. (Up to AC/DC 24V 0.5A)
*2: Do not install two power supplies in parallel to a single input. Be sure to connect a single power supply unit to a control unit.
*3: Setting the ID setting switch
ID No.
Switch position
Description
ID 1
ON
OFF
Set to this position when this unit is connected to 1CX1 and 1CX2 ports of IS-CCU.
Set to this position when this unit is connected to IS-IPC.
ID 2
ON
OFF
Set to this position when this unit is connected to 2CX1 and 2CX2 ports of IS-CCU.
ID 3
ON
OFF
Set to this position when this unit is connected to 3CX1 and 3CX2 ports of IS-CCU.
ID 4
ON
OFF
Set to this position when this unit is connected to 4CX1 and 4CX2 ports of IS-CCU.
*4: Refer to “Output specifications” (→P.11).
NOTES:
• Do not use the unoccupied terminals and ports for other purposes.
• In order to prevent miswiring, label both ends of each cable with the unit and terminal names to which they are to be connected.
• For connecting other manufacturer’s products, refer to the instruction manuals for those products.
• The illustration of the unit’s front panel differs from the actual one. This is for simplifying the connection diagram.
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IP control unit (IS-IPC)
IP :This unit is needed to connect a local system to a standard (IP) system.
■ Part names
CO port (Telephone)
LAN port
POWER switch
Turns the power ON ( ) or OFF ( ).
POWER LED (green)
Lights up when the power is ON.
POWER terminals
Central control unit (IS-CCU) /
Room sub control unit (IS-RCU) ports
STATUS LED (green)
Blinks when this unit is initialized or an error*1
occurs.
The LED will light up when this unit returns to
the normal state.
*1: Communication error in a unit connected
to this unit, or between this unit and a unit
connected to it, etc.
Link/ACT LED (green)
Operates when this unit is connected to LAN.
NOTE:
The illustration of the unit may differ from the actual one.
■ Specifications
IP control unit (IS-IPC)
Power source
Current consumption
Ambient temperature
48V DC (supplied from the power supply unit)
Max. 105mA
0 - 40°C (+32°F - +104°F)
2 talk & 2 constrained video channels,
Talk channels・Video
1 chime, and 1 telephone (North America
channels, other channels
only)
Central control unit
Max. 1
Room sub control unit
LAN
Ethernet (10 BASE-T, 100 BASE-TX)
Mounting
Rack-mount (19-inch, 2U rack) or wall-mount
Material
Steel plate
Color
Black
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■ Connections
PBX/Telephone
(North America only)
Switch (Hub)
10BASE-T
100BASE-TX
100m (330')
CO
LAN
TELEPHONE
ETHERNET
IS-CCU
IS-RCU
IP1
IP2
DC48V
IP3
IS-CCU
IS-RCU
P: Polarized
P
IP1
IP2
IP3
2C
φ0.8-1.2mm
(20-16 AWG)
CAT5e/6 (x3)
(non-shielded)
15m (50')
10m (33')
CAT5e/6 (x2)
(non-shielded)
10m (33')
or
CX1/IP1
CX2/IP2
IP1
IP2
IP3
*3
Room sub control unit
(IS-RCU) *2
Central control unit
(IS-CCU) *1
Power supply unit
(IS-PU-UL/IS-PU-S)
*1: When connecting a central control unit (IS-CCU) to this unit, connect it to the IP1, IP2 and IP3 ports.
*2: When connecting a room sub control unit (IS-RCU) to this unit, connect it to the IP1 and IP2 ports.
*3: Do not install two power supplies in parallel to a single input. Be sure to connect a single power supply unit to a control unit.
NOTES:
• Do not use the unoccupied terminals and ports for other purposes.
• In order to prevent miswiring, label both ends of each cable with the unit and terminal names to which they are to be connected.
• For connecting other manufacturer’s products, refer to the instruction manuals for those products.
• The illustration of the unit’s front panel differs from the actual one. This is for simplifying the connection diagram.
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Color monitor master station (IS-MV)
* For the part names and their functions, see the OPERATION MANUAL.
■ Accessories
・Mounting bracket × 1
・Desktop stand × 1
・Tie-wrap × 1
・Name plate × 1
・Name card × 1
・Screw (15mm (5/8"), for wall-mounting) × 4
・Screw (25mm (1"), for gang box) × 4
・Screw (10mm (7/16"), for desktop stand) × 4
・China RoHS paper × 1
■ Mounting
When mounting on a wall
<Back wiring>
Name card × 1 (included*1)
3
Mount the unit on the
mounting bracket.
3-gang box
The unit
CAT5e/6 cable
Name plate × 1 (included*1)
Mounting bracket
(attached to the unit with shipment)
Filling in the target names on
the name card
Screw (for gang box) × 4 (included)
1 Remove the transparent name plate by
pushing either upper or lower side of the
plate.
* Remove the name card if necessary.
2 Fill in the target names on the white
space of the name card.
3 Replace the name plate.
*1: The name plate and name card are
attached to the unit with shipment.
NOTE:
A single-gang box can also be
used for wiring. When using
a single-gang box, fasten the
mounting bracket to the wall
directly by using the screw holes
for 3-gang box.
1
Fasten the mounting
bracket to the wall.
Option wires
2
Connect the CAT5e/6 cable
and option wires to the unit.
<Surface wiring>
Connect the CAT5e/6 cable and option wires
to the unit and route them as shown.
92mm (3-5/8")
83.5mm (3-5/16")
Mounting bracket
(attached to the unit with shipment)
Screw (for wall-mounting) × 4 (included)
The unit
18
When mounting on a desktop stand
4
1
Mount the unit on the
mounting bracket.
2
Set up the desktop
stand.
* Set up the desktop stand on
a level surface etc. so that it
is stabilized. Fix the desktop
stand in place if needed.
* The desktop stand allows you
to adjust it in 3 setup angles.
Put the leg in a groove on the
base that corresponds to the
desired angle.
Fasten the mounting
bracket to the desktop
stand.
CAT5e/6 cable
30r
Base
The unit
Leg
Option wires
45r
Screw (for desktop stand) × 4
(included)
3
Connect the CAT5e/6 cable
and option wires to the unit.
Mounting bracket
(attached to the unit
with shipment)
Desktop stand
(included)
60r
NOTES:
• Attach the screws to the screw holes for 3-gang box on the mounting
bracket to make both sides of the mounting bracket contact the desktop
stand.
• If necessary, secure the CAT5e/6 cable with the tie-wrap (included).
■ Connections
Audio output
(50mVrms, 600Ω)
Video output
Recorder, etc.
Monitor, etc.
P
2C
NP
15m (50')
Coax
10m (33')
NTSC
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
M
M4
M1
300m (980')
(Select one port.)
Central control unit
(IS-CCU)
or
V
V
A
A
VIDEO
OUTPUT
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
AUDIO
OUTPUT
M1
300m (980')
M8
(Select one port.)
Add-on control unit
(IS-SCU)
NP: Non-polarized
P: Polarized
NOTES:
• Do not use the unoccupied terminals and ports for other purposes.
• In order to prevent miswiring, label both ends of each cable with the unit and terminal names to which they are to be connected.
• For connecting other manufacture’s products, refer to the instruction manuals for those products.
• The illustration of the unit’s rear panel differs from the actual one. This is for simplifying the connection diagram.
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Vandal-resistant video door station (IS-DV, IS-DVF),
Vandal-resistant audio door station (IS-SS)
■ Accessories
・Screw (for wall-mounting) × 4 (IS-DV only)
・Special screwdriver × 1
・Anchor × 4 (IS-DV only)
・Back box × 1 (IS-DVF and IS-SS only)
・Transparent name plate × 2 (IS-DV and IS-DVF only) ・China RoHS paper × 1
・Special screw × 4 (IS-DVF and IS-SS only)
■ Mounting locations (IS-DV and IS-DVF)
Do not install this unit in any of the following locations where lighting or the ambient environment could impact the display on the
video monitor due to the characteristics of the door station's camera.
a
Locations subject to
direct sunlight
b
There is a white wall behind
the caller
c
Other locations subject to strong
lighting or backlighting conditions
■ Mounting positions and image view area of video door station (IS-DV and IS-DVF)
Wide picture
Objects appear
smaller due to
greater distortion
in the surrounding
sections compared to
the central section,
but a wider area is
displayed.
The display range is
a rough estimation
and may change due
to the installation
environment.
Approx.
1,050 mm
(3' 5")
Zoom picture
Wide picture
Up/Down
Mounting position
1,300 mm (4' 3")
Mounting position
1,500 mm (5')
Approx. 2,050 mm (6' 9")
Approx. 1,850 mm (6' 1")
Approx. 1,050 mm (3' 5")
Unit center
Approx. 1,000 mm (3' 4")
1,500 mm (5')
Approx. 700 mm (2' 3")
Approx. 1,050 mm (3' 5")
Unit center
1,300 mm (4' 3")
Approx. 800 mm (2' 7")
500 mm (20")
500 mm (20")
Left/Right
An area over a range of approx. 170° in a 500 mm
(20") radius from the camera displays.
(The display range is a rough estimation and may
change due to the installation environment.)
Approx. 170°
Approx. 900 mm (3')
500 mm (20")
The zoom position can be changed.
(Refer to the OPERATION MANUAL.)
The factory setting is "Center" for Zoom mode.
Zoom picture (when mounting position is 1,500 mm (5'))
Up/Down
Zoom <Up>
Approx. 2,300 mm (7' 7")
Approx. 1,900 mm (6' 3")
Approx. 850 mm (2' 9")
Unit center
Approx. 1,450 mm (4' 9")
Left/Right
Approx. 1,600 mm (5' 4")
Approx. 700 mm (2' 3")
Unit center
1,500 mm (5')
Zoom <Left>
500 mm (20")
Approx. 850 mm (2' 9")
1,500 mm (5')
Approx. 1,200 mm (3' 11")
500 mm
(20")
Zoom <Down>
500 mm (20")
Zoom <Center>
Approx. 750 mm (2' 5")
500 mm (20")
Zoom <Center>
500 mm (20")
Zoom <Right>
500 mm (20")
Approx. 100 mm (4")
Approx. 100 mm (4")
Approx. 1,300 mm (4' 3")
20
Unit center
1,500 mm (5')
Approx. 900 mm (3')
Approx. 1,300 mm (4' 3")
■ Mounting
IS-DV (surface-mount)
Loosen the screw
with the special
screwdriver, and
remove the front
panel.
NOTE
Make room for threading a screw.
* Use board anchors or concrete
Screw mounting
hole x 4
plugs as needed.
Anchor x 4
(included)
Vandal-resistant
front panel
Ø 6 mm
(Ø 1/4")
35 mm
(1-3/8")
Unit
center
Option wires
Mounting height
GL=1,500 mm (5')
Loosen
Special
screwdriver
(included)
Unit center
194 mm (7-11/16'')
1
Fasten the unit to the
mounting surface.
90 mm (3-9/16")
4
CAT5e/6 cable
25 mm (1")
25 mm (1")
81 mm (3-1/4'')
The unit
Screw (for wall-mounting) × 4
(included)
Water escape holes
Do not block the holes.
2
Tighten
5
Attach the front panel to the unit by
hanging the upper 2 parts on the unit.
* Tighten the screw with the lower part of
the front panel pressed to the wall.
3
Open the terminal cover, and
connect the CAT5e/6 cable and
option wires to the unit.
Insert the transparent name plate.
(IS-DV and IS-DVF)
To
insertion
opening
1 Peel off the protective seals on the plate (both sides).
2 Fill in the name on the transparent name plate.
Be sure to leave 25 mm (1") of white space on the
right end to account for insertion.
3 Insert the filled-in transparent name plate at the
in
specified insertion opening (indicated with
diagram).
25 mm
(1")
To insertion opening
ABCDEFG
2 mm (1/8")
IS-DVF (flush-mount), IS-SS (flush-mount)
e.g.) IS-DVF
120 mm
(4-3/4'')
Flush mount back box (included)
Vandal-resistant front panel with the unit attached
235 mm
(9-5/16'')
Loosen
Special screwdriver
(included)
3
Install the back box in the wall, and
then connect the CAT5e/6 cable
and option wires to the unit with the
terminal cover open.
Mounting height (box center)
GL=1,500 mm (5')
45 mm
(1-13/16'')
Tighten
Special screw x 4
(included)
Fasten the front panel to the
back box with the special screws.
1
Transparent name plate
2
Insert the transparent name plate. (IS-DVF only)
* See above for details.
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■ Connections (IS-DV and IS-DVF)
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
Electric door strike *1
D
D4
D1
300m (980')
(Select one port.)
Central control unit
(IS-CCU)
NC
COM
NO
or
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
10m (33')
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
D1
300m (980')
AC transformer
D8
(Select one port.)
Add-on control unit
(IS-SCU)
PT
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
10m (33')
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
10m (33')
Option
Inlet
wires
* Connect to the electric door strike
according to its specifications.
CAT5e/6 cable Terminal cover
* The terminals are inside the terminal
cover. After connecting, route the
wires through the wiring paths, then
close the cover.
* Be sure to route the CAT5e/6 cable
and option wires through inlet.
* When closing the terminal cover,
close it until it clicks.
*1: Output specifications
Output method
N/O or N/C dry closure contact
Voltage between
terminals
24V AC, 0.5A (resistive load)
24V DC, 0.5A (resistive load)
Minimum overload (AC/DC):
100mV, 0.1mA
NOTES:
• Do not use the unoccupied terminals and ports for other purposes.
• In order to prevent miswiring, label both ends of each cable with the unit and terminal names to which they are to be connected.
• For connecting other manufacture’s products, refer to the instruction manuals for those products.
• The illustration of the unit’s rear panel differs from the actual one. This is for simplifying the connection diagram.
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■ Connections (IS-SS)
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
Electric door strike *1
D
D1
300m (980')
D4
(Select one port.)
Central control unit
(IS-CCU)
NC
COM
NO
or
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
10m (33')
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
D8
D1
300m (980')
AC transformer
(Select one port.)
Add-on control unit
(IS-SCU)
PT
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
10m (33')
or
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
C1
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
300m (980')
10m (33')
C30
(Select one port.)
Room sub control unit
(IS-RCU)
* Connect to the electric
door strike according to its
specifications.
Option
wires
Inlet
CAT5e/6 cable Terminal cover
* The terminals are inside the terminal
cover. After connecting, route the
wires through the wiring paths, then
close the cover.
* Be sure to route the CAT5e/6 cable
and option wires through inlet.
* When closing the terminal cover,
close it until it clicks.
*1: Output specifications
Output method
N/O or N/C dry closure contact
Voltage between
terminals
24V AC, 0.5A (resistive load)
24V DC, 0.5A (resistive load)
Minimum overload (AC/DC):
100mV, 0.1mA
NOTES:
• Do not use the unoccupied terminals and ports for other purposes.
• In order to prevent miswiring, label both ends of each cable with the unit and terminal names to which they are to be connected.
• For connecting other manufacture’s products, refer to the instruction manuals for those products.
• The illustration of the unit’s rear panel differs from the actual one. This is for simplifying the connection diagram.
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Room sub station (IS-RS)
■ Accessories
・Mounting bracket × 1
・Screw (for wall-mounting) × 2
・Tie-wrap × 1
・Screw (for gang box) × 2
・China RoHS paper × 1
■ Mounting
<Back wiring>
CAT5e/6 cable
1-gang box
The unit
3
Mount the unit
on the mounting
bracket.
1
Option wires
Fasten the mounting
bracket to the wall.
Mounting bracket (attached to the unit with shipment)
Screw (for gang box) × 2 (included)
2
Connect the CAT5e/6 cable
and option wires to the unit.
<Surface wiring>
When a 1-gang box is not mounted, the cable and wires can be routed to the top of the unit. Cut a cable inlet on the upper part of
the unit to allow passage of the wiring into the unit.
Cable inlet
83.5 mm
(3-5/16'')
Mounting bracket
(attached to the unit with shipment)
The unit
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Screw (for wall-mounting) × 2 (included)
■ Connections
Contact output *1
(Electric door strike,
strobe light, etc.)
Contact input *2
External speaker
(Sensor, etc.)
(more than 8Ω 3W)
P
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
15m (50')
NP
2C
φ0.65-1.2mm
(22-16 AWG)
15m (50')
15m (50')
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
C
SP
SP
S
SE
NO
COM
(Select one port.)
CONTACT
OUT
Central control unit
(IS-CCU)
or
PAGING
CONTACT
IN
D4
D1
150m (490')
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
D8
D1
150m (490')
(Select one port.)
NP: Non-polarized
P: Polarized
Add-on control unit
(IS-SCU)
or
CAT5e/6
(non-shielded)
C1
150m (490')
*1: Output specifications
C30
(Select one port.)
Room sub control unit
(IS-RCU)
*2: Input specifications
Output method
N/O dry closure contact
Input method
Voltage between
terminals
24V AC, 0.5A (resistive load)
24V DC, 0.5A (resistive load)
Minimum overload (AC/DC):
100mV, 0.1mA
N/O or N/C dry closure contact (start
signal only detection method)
Detection confirmation
time
100 ms or more
Contact resistance
During N/O dry closure: Less than 700 Ω
During N/C dry closure: At least 4 k Ω
Terminal short current
Less than 10 mA
Voltage between
terminals
Less than 5 V DC (when open between
terminals)
NOTES:
• Do not use the unoccupied terminals and ports for other purposes.
• In order to prevent miswiring, label both ends of each cable with the unit and terminal names to which they are to be connected.
• For connecting other manufacture’s products, refer to the instruction manuals for those products.
• The illustration of the unit’s rear panel differs from the actual one. This is for simplifying the connection diagram.
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Power supply unit (IS-PU-UL and IS-PU-S)
■ Accessories
・AC cord × 1 (included in the package of this power supply unit)
・Precaution & mounting instruction sheet (paper) × 1
・China RoHS paper × 1 (IS-PU-S only)
■ Mounting
Power supply unit
(IS-PU-UL, IS-PU-S)
1
Connect the power wires.
DC output terminals
AC cord inlet
AC cord
(approx.1.8m (6'))
2
Plug in the AC cord securely.
• The power supply unit cannot be mounted on a wall directly.
• By using the IS-RACK (sold separately), the power supply unit can be set in the 19-inch rack or mounted on a wall.
* Up to 3 power supply units can be
mounted on the rack.
Rack for the power supply unit (IS-RACK)
* The IS-RACK is available. Consult an authorized
Aiphone dealer for details.
■ AC cord requirements
• Type: Must comply with requirements set out by the Safety Approval/Certification Organization in each country of use.
• Employ a plug in style and ratings matched with AC outlet to be used.
Model
name
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Plug configuration
Usage
Nominal voltage &
current rating
IS-PU-UL
North American
125V, 10A
IS-PU-S
Universal European
250V, 6A
TECHNICAL DATA AND PRECAUTIONS
Technical data
• Operating temperature:
Control unit (IS-CCU, IS-SCU, IS-RCU, IS-IPC),
Master station (IS-MV), Room sub station (IS-RS),
Power supply unit (IS-PU-UL, IS-PU-S)
Door station (IS-DV, IS-DVF, IS-SS)
0 - 40°C (+32°F - +104°F)
-10 - 60°C (+14°F - +140°F)
• Dimensions:
Control unit (IS-CCU, IS-SCU, IS-RCU, IS-IPC)
Color monitor master station (IS-MV)
Vandal-resistant video door station (IS-DV)
Vandal-resistant video door
station (IS-DVF)
IS-DVF
Flush mount back box
Vandal-resistant audio door
station (IS-SS)
IS-SS
Flush mount back box
Room sub station (IS-RS)
Power supply unit (IS-PU-UL, IS-PU-S)
425 (W) x 88 (H) x 280 (D) mm
16-3/4" (W) x 3-1/2" (H) x 11-1/16" (D)
250 (W) x 189 (H) x 59 (D) mm
9-7/8" (W) x 7-1/2" (H) x 2-3/8" (D)
105 (W) x 215 (H) x 32 (D) mm
4-3/16" (W) x 8-1/2" (H) x 1-5/16" (D)
150 (W) x 265 (H) x 38 (D) mm
5-15/16" (W) x 10-7/16" (H) x 1-1/2" (D)
120 (W) x 235 (H) x 45 (D) mm
4-3/4" (W) x 9-5/16" (H) x 1-13/16" (D)
150 (W) x 265 (H) x 32 (D) mm
5-15/16" (W) x 10-7/16" (H) x 1-5/16" (D)
120 (W) x 235 (H) x 45 (D) mm
4-3/4" (W) x 9-5/16" (H) x 1-13/16" (D)
116.5 (W) x 199 (H) x 64 (D) mm
4-5/8" (W) x 7-7/8" (H) x 2-9/16" (D)
130 (W) x 265 (H) x 83 (D) mm
5-1/8" (W) x 10-7/16" (H) x 3-5/16" (D)
• Weight:
Control unit (IS-CCU, IS-SCU, IS-RCU)
IP control unit (IS-IPC)
Color monitor master station (IS-MV)
Vandal-resistant video door station (IS-DV)
Vandal-resistant video door
IS-DVF
station (IS-DVF)
Flush mount back box
Vandal-resistant audio door
IS-SS
station (IS-SS)
Flush mount back box
Room sub station (IS-RS)
Power supply unit (IS-PU-UL, IS-PU-S)
Approx. 4.0 kg (8.82 lbs.)
Approx. 3.6 kg (7.94 lbs.)
Approx. 820 g (1.81 lbs.)
Approx. 520 g (1.15 lbs.)
Approx. 810 g (1.79 lbs.)
Approx. 600 g (1.32 lbs.)
Approx. 820 g (1.81 lbs.)
Approx. 600 g (1.32 lbs.)
Approx. 530 g (1.17 lbs.)
Approx. 1.5 kg (3.31 lbs.)
Technical precautions
• Cleaning: Clean the units with a soft cloth dampened with a neutral household cleanser. Do not use an abrasive cleanser or cloth.
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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, power surge, 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
is the EU.
FCC
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
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 to 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.
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