VX2200 DIGITAL SYSTEM
VX2200 DIGITAL
SYSTEM
TECHNICAL MANUAL
EDITION 1.6
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CONTENTS
PAGE
Manual introduction
System introduction
Digital door panels
Digital door panel programming flow chart
4000 Series / 8000 Series Functional door panels
Vandal resistant functional door panels (Amplifier 138)
Camera’s
Video Distribution
Control equipment
Power supplies
Digital time clock
Video switching PCB
Isolation card
Bus exchange device
Concierge unit
Concierge unit programming flow chart
2280 Bus interface device
Audio telephones
Audio apartment station Art.5178
Videophones
Video apartment station Art.5478, 5476, SL5478
Vandal resistant apartment stations VR5178, VR5478
3600 Series Videophone (3678)
Extension sounders and extension relays
Installation directions EMI guidelines and cable guide
Dip-Switch charts
Troubleshooting guide
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5-9
7-8
10-12
13-14
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17-23
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18-19
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21-22
22-23
24-26
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27
28-29
30-31
32-34
35-37
37-39
40-41
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43-46
46-48
49
Wiring Diagrams
One entrance audio system
One entrance audio system with telephones and apartment stations
Multiple entrance audio system
Audio with 2204N full isolation
Audio system with concierge
2 Level audio system with main gate and multiple block entrances
One entrance video system
Multiple entrance video system
Multiple entrance video with concierge
Coax video example
2 level video system using the 2206N block exchanger
Video with 2204N/316I full isolation
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60-61
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System components
EMC Test results
63-65
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VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
MANUAL INTRODUCTION
The information in this manual is intended as an installation and commissioning guide for the VX2200 Digital
system. This manual should be read carefully before the installation commences. Any damage caused to the
equipment due to faulty installations where the information in this manual has not been followed is not the
responsibility of Videx Security Ltd.
VIDEX run free training courses for engineers who are not familiar with the Videx product range. Technical
help is also available on 0191 224 3174 during office hours or via e-mail tech@videx-security.com.
SYSTEM INTRODUCTION
The VX2200 audio system is based on a “2 wire” BUS for audio systems and a “6 wire” bus for video
systems. The digital front panels are available in several versions including the 8000 series design (With
either alphanumeric A-H feature or Name scroll feature), 4000 series design (With either alphanumeric A-F
feature or Name scroll feature) and vandal resistant with optional alpha buttons A-H. All digital panels have
the facility to call up to 998 users (when using 2206N bus exchange devices, 180 per block/bus). Digital
panels also benefit from each user having the additional feature of a personal access code to gain access to
the building. Functional panels are also available with up to 64 buttons. All intercom telephones are
addressed by means of an 8 way dip-switch located within each handset.
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DIGITAL PANELS
Digital panels are available in the 8000 Series, 4000 Series and vandal resistant. The difference is mainly
aesthetics; they all share the same connections, volume adjustments and programming menu. Digital panels
can also be programmed with a PC using the SP37 programming kit. The PC connects to the panel via a
jack socket located in the rear of the panel. Call progress is shown on a 2 line back lit LCD display. The
panels also benefit from voice annunciation and call progress tones which guide the caller through the
process of contacting an apartment.
CONNECTION
GND
+12
L
BS
SL
NC
C
NO
TRD
PTE
FUNCTION
0V connection from PSU and ground connection
12-14Vdc from PSU
0V connection to bus
Bus connection (Data, speech and power)
Busy connection for multiple door systems
Switched 0V output (Triggers during a call, for the duration of the call)
Normally closed connection of the dry contact relay output
Common connection of the dry contact relay output
Normally open connection of the dry contact relay output
Trade code enable (Switched 0V to enable)
Push to exit button input (Switched 0V to trigger relay output)
JUMPERS
The two jumpers on the panel must be set
before powering up to initialise the panel in the
correct mode. When using 3161 or 3162
telephones the jumper’s must be in the ‘B’
(316x) position, for all other telephones,
videophones and video monitors the jumper’s
should be in the ‘A’ (Others) position.
316x
B
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A
B
A
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VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
There are four volume adjusters on the door panel as follows:-
Speaker volume
Microphone volume
Balance between mic
volume and speaker
volume
Voice annunciation
volume (May also be
labelled ‘V.PB CHIP’
MAKING A CALL
All stages of the call will be acknowledged via the LCD display, voice annunciation and call progress tones.
Additionally, the panel will also prompt the user with information on how to progress to the next stage of the
call. To make a call simply enter the apartment number required and press ‘Enter’. Alternatively, if the panel
has the scroll buttons (‘’,’’,’’) use the ‘’, ‘’ to locate the apartment to call then press ‘’.
USING THE TRADE
On the 4000 Series and 8000 Series panels the
trade feature can only be used with a code. To use
this facility first the TRD connection must to shorted
to ground (As shown in the diagram to the right).
To enter a trade code the panel must be in
standby. Press the clear button (Display will show
‘TRADE C’), enter the code and then press ‘Enter’.
On the vandal resistant panel the trade button can be used as described above or alternatively the trade
button can be used to simply release the door when the button is pressed (As long as the time clock is
active). See diagram below for wiring these options.
WITHOUT CODE
WITH CODE
USING AN ACCESS CODE AND ENTERING PROGRAMMING MODE
On panels with a ‘CODE’ button, press ‘CODE’ followed by the code and press ‘Enter’. For panels without a
‘CODE’ button, press ‘0’ followed by the code and press ‘Enter’
Technical specifications
Memory capacity
Working voltage
Max. absorption
Working temperature
Relay contacts
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: 998 users
: 13 Vdc +/- 10%
: about 350 mA
: -10 +50 C°
: 3A@30Vdc, 3A@120Vac
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DIGITAL PANEL PROGRAMMING
LCD DISPLAY
ENTER PRESET FACTORY
CODE 0+6x1 (0111111)
EXAMPLE
CODE : ******
CODE : ******
CODE : ******
NEW : ****
CODE : ******
NEW : ****
TRADE C : xxxxxx
NEW : xxxx
TRADE C :
NEW : 1234
MEM.LOCATION: xxx
MEM.LOCATION: 15
FLAT :
NEW : xxxxxx
FLAT :
NEW : 15
ID PHONE :
NEW : xxx
ID PHONE :
NEW : 15
2206N N. : 0
NEW : xx
2206N N. :
NEW : 1
DOOR CODE :
NEW : xxxxxx
DOOR CODE :
NEW : 1066
USER NAME :
USER NAME :
HOGART STEVE
PRESS ‘ENTER’ BUTTON
(*) NOTE 2
ENTER MASTER CODE
(1 to 6 digits)
PRESS ‘ENTER’ BUTTON
(*) NOTE 2
ENTER TRADE CODE
(1 to 6 digits)
PRESS ‘ENTER’ BUTTON
(*) NOTE 4
ENTER MEMORY
LOCATION (1 to 998)
PRESS ‘ENTER’ BUTTON
(*) NOTE 1-2
ENTER FLAT NUMBER
(1 to 6 Digits)
PRESS ‘ENTER’ BUTTON
ENTER PHONE ID
ADDRESS (1 to 180)
PRESS ‘ENTER’ BUTTON
(*) NOTE 5
ENTER BLOCK NUMBER
(1 to 15)
PRESS ‘ENTER’ BUTTON
(*) NOTE 1-2
ENTER CODE TO OPEN
DOOR (1 to 6 Digits)
PRESS ‘ENTER’ BUTTON
(*) NOTE 6
ENTER USER NAME
xxxxxxxxx
MORE
FLATS?
PRESS ‘ENTER’ TWICE
(*) NOTE 2
YES
MEM.LOCATION:
NO
INSERT SPEECH TIME
(1 to 255 Seconds)
SPEECH TIME : xxx
NEW : xxx
SPEECH TIME :
NEW: 120
DOOR TIME :
NEW : xxx
DOOR TIME :
NEW : 5
DEVICE Nr. : xx
NEW : xx
DEVICE Nr. :
NEW : 1
0=ENG 1=IT 2=ESP
3=POR 4=FR 5=GER
0=ENG 1=IT 2=ESP
3=POR 4=FR 5=GER
PRESS ‘ENTER’ BUTTON
(*) NOTE 2
INSERT DOOR TIME
(1 to 255 Seconds)
PRESS ‘ENTER’ BUTTON
(*) NOTE 2
ENTER DEVICE NO.
(1 to 15)
PRESS ‘ENTER’ BUTTON
SET LANGUAGE.
(0 to 5)
CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE
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SELECT 0 - 5
SET SPEECH PLAYBACK
(0 to 2)
0=NO 1=ST 2=CMB
SPEECH BOARD
0=NO 1=ST 2=CMB
SPEECH BOARD
MASTER/SLAVE SETTING
(0 = SLAVE, 1=MASTER)
MASTER : NOT
1 = YES
MASTER : YES
0 = NOT
AUTOMATIC FLAT TEST
(1 or ENTER)
1 = TEST FLAT
“ENTER” = END
TEST FLAT 101
ID PG 1-1
SELECT 0 - 2
(*) NOTE 2-3
SELECT 0 or 1
OK
SELECT 1 or ENTER
(*) NOTE 2-3
SYSTEM READY TO USE
ENTER FLAT NR.
- SEARCH -
ENTER FLAT
NUMBER
NOTES:(*) NOTE 1
PRESS CLEAR BUTTON TO CANCEL THE LOCATION
(*) NOTE 2
DURING THE PROGRAMMING TO CONFIRM THE STORED DATA, PRESS
ENTER TWICE
(*) NOTE 3
PROGRAM AS SLAVE ONLY IF THERE IS ANOTHER ENTRANCE
PROGRAMMED AS MASTER ON THE SAME BUS
(*) NOTE 4
DOOR PANEL SOFTWARE VERSION 5.0 or later: LOCATIONS 0 & 999
ARE RESERVED FOR EDITING THE DISPLAY LOGOS.
EARLIER SOFTWARE: LOCATIONS 0 & 255 ARE RESERVED FOR
EDITING THE DISPLAY LOGOS.
(*) NOTE 5
(*) NOTE 6
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THIS SCREEN WILL ONLY APPEAR IF THE DOOR PANEL IS IN MAIN
MODE. POWER UP WITH 0 HELD IN FOR MAIN MODE, POWER UP
WITH ENTER HELD IN FOR LOCAL MODE
THIS SCREEN WILL ONLY APPEAR ON NAME SCROLL FACILITY DOOR
PANELS. THE FOLLOWING KEYS ON THE KEYPAD DOUBLE UP AS
LETTERS WHEN ENTERING NAMES: or A = Back
 or C = Forward
CALL or B = Accept
1 = .&
2 = ABC
3 = DEF
4 = GHI
5 = JKL
6 = MNO
7 = PQRS
8 = TUV
9 = WXYZ
0 = +-*/
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DIGITAL PANEL MODE
The digital panel can be set to either MAIN MODE or LOCAL MODE. MAIN mode should only be used for
panels that call all users and on systems that include 2206N devices (One per block or one for every 180
apartments), use LOCAL mode for all other applications. To set a digital panel as MAIN MODE, power up
with the 0 button pressed. To set as LOCAL MODE, power up with ENTER pressed (The mode can also be
changed via the PC programming software.
To use the digital front panel with 3000 series intercoms and videointercoms, press the “ENTER” button
while powering up and wait until the display shows the message “S3000”, release the button.
To use the digital front panel with 900 series intercoms and videointercoms, press the “CLEAR” button while
powering up and wait until the display shows the message “S900”, release the button.
Additional programming notes
a. During the programming of the master door panel, all slave door panels will be off line. (This
inconvenience does not occur if the slave entrances are connected through Art.2206 on a separate bus);
b. If the programming of the MASTER device is wrong (Eg. Programmed as a SLAVE when it should be a
MASTER), an error condition takes place signalled by the message “ERROR!” on the display. To recover
from this situation keep the “0” button pressed until the display shows CODE. Perform the programming
again correcting the error. Alternatively programming a SLAVE as a MASTER can cause feedback
(Larsen effect) during the conversation (Only one master per level per block allowed).
c. The entering of values not admitted is signalled by an error message, the unit waits for a valid entry
before continuing on with the programming.
d. Pressing the “CLEAR” button, at any stage will clear the current data previously entered.
e. To enter a number to call the concierge (if present) while the concierge is in night mode, combine the
“flat number” (Concierge number) with the “ID PHONE” address n.1.
f. When using the door panel in MAIN MODE, the programming of each user will require the address of the
2206N (Block address) for which that user is connected.
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4000 SERIES/8000 SERIES FUNCTIONAL PANELS
4203
4283
8203
The 4000 and 8000 Series functional panels are of modular design each being capable of expansion up to
64 call buttons (only 32 buttons on the 4283 combined camera and speaker module). Programming options
are carried out via dip-switches. Call progress tones are used to indicate the status of a call.
CONNECTION
GND
+12
L
BS/BSY
SL
NC
C
NO
PTE
V1
V2/V
FUNCTION
0V connection from PSU and ground connection
12-14Vdc from PSU
0V connection to bus
Bus connection (Data, speech and power)
Busy connection for multiple door systems
Switched 0V output (Triggers during a call, for the duration of the call)
Normally closed connection of the dry contact relay output
Common connection of the dry contact relay output
Normally open connection of the dry contact relay output
Push to exit button input (Switched 0V to trigger relay output)
+Sync of balanced video signal from camera (4283 only)
- Sync of balanced video signal from camera (4283 only) When in coax mode used as
video signal, screen of coax connects to GND
MAKING A CALL
Press the relevant button: 5 quick beeps will indicate if the system is busy, otherwise the call will be signalled
by a slow intermittent acoustic signal until the call is answered, the conversation time expires (programmable
time) or the call is interrupted by pressing a push button for a minimum of 2 seconds. A short intermittent
acoustic signal indicates that the door is open. If a wrong push button is pressed or if there is no answer, a
new call will erase the previous one.
JUMPERS
316x
The two jumpers on the 4203 & 8203 panel
must be set before powering up to initialise the
panel in the correct mode. When using 3161 or
3162 telephones the jumper’s must be in the
‘316x’ position, for all other telephones,
videophones and video monitors the jumper’s
should be in the ‘Others’ position.
There are also three jumpers on the 4283 module which set the lock output to either dry contact (C, NO &
NC) or voltage output (Lock connects across GND and NO, NO being a 12Vdc output) and the other two are
used to select the video output to be either balanced or composite.
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VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
There are three volume adjusters on the door panel as follows:-
Speaker volume
Microphone volume
Balance between
microphone volume and
speaker volume
CONNECTING ADDITIONAL BUTTONS
Up to 64 buttons (32 on the 4283) can be connected to the
modules using an X-Y matrix as shown here.
When using the 4000 Series button modules you will notice a
number of jumpers on these modules which allow you to select if
the buttons are common or isolated from each other.
DIP SWITCHES (4203 & 8203)
All DIP-SWITCH CHANGES MUST BE CONFIRMED BY POWERING DOWN THE MODULE AND THEN POWERING UP AGAIN.
Nr.1
OFF
ON
Setting Up
= Slave
= Master (default)
Switch 1 sets the panel as a Master or Slave. One master required on each bus.
Switches 2 & 3 define the range of
Phone IDs generated by the unit
when the call buttons are pressed.
For example with dip-switch 2 and
3 both OFF, the push button
connected between terminals “1”
and “a” calls ID PHONE 1 while the same push button, with dip-switch 2 ON and dip-switch 3 OFF, will call
PHONE ID 65.
Nr.2
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Nr.3
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Settings
from buttons 1 to 64
from buttons 65 to 128
from buttons 129 to 180
from buttons 1 to 64 with 900 series devices
Nr.4
OFF
ON
Setting Up
= 1 min
= 2 min
Nr.5
OFF
ON
Setting Up
= 2 seconds
= 6 seconds
Nr.6
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Nr.7
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Nr.8
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
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Switch 4 sets the maximum conversation time.
Switch 5 sets the relay operation time.
Setting Up
=1
=2
=3
=4
=5
=6
=7
=8
Switches 6, 7 & 8 set the panels ID. This is required on video systems
and systems that include a concierge as it allows an apartment or the
concierge to recall the panel to activate the camera, switch on the audio
and also identifies to the concierge which panel a call originates.
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DIP SWITCHES (4283)
All DIP-SWITCH CHANGES MUST BE CONFIRMED BY POWERING DOWN THE MODULE AND THEN POWERING UP AGAIN.
Nr.1
OFF
ON
Setting Up
= Slave
= Master (default)
Nr.2
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Nr.3
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Nr.4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Nr.5
OFF
ON
Setting Up
= 1 min
= 2 min
Nr.6
OFF
ON
Setting Up
= 2 seconds
= 6 seconds
Nr.7
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Nr.8
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Nr.9
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
Switch 1 sets the panel as a Master or Slave. One master required on each bus.
Settings
from buttons 1 to 32
from buttons 33 to 64
from buttons 65 to 96
from buttons 97 to 128
from buttons 129 to 160
from buttons 161 to 180
from buttons 1 to 32
(900 Series phones)
from buttons 33 to 64
(900 Series phones)
Switches 2, 3 & 4 define the range of Phone IDs generated
by the unit when the call buttons are pressed. For example
with dip-switch 2, 3 and 4 OFF, the push button connected
between terminals “1” and “a” calls ID PHONE 1 while the
same push button, with dip-switch 2 ON and dip-switch 3
& 4 OFF, will call PHONE ID 33.
Switch 5 sets the maximum conversation time.
Switch 6 sets the relay operation time.
Setting Up
=1
=2
=3
=4
=5
=6
=7
=8
Switches 7, 8 & 9 set the panels ID. This is required on video systems
and systems which include a concierge as it allows an apartment or the
concierge to recall the panel to activate the camera and also identifies to
the concierge which panel a call is coming from.
Switch 10 not used.
Programming notes
In case of a wrong Master/Slave configuration (Dip-switch no.1), the following problems can occur:
a. if the unit should be a Master but is configured as a Slave, the error is signalled by an acoustic
intermittent signal until the problem is resolved;
b. if the unit should be Slave but is configured as Master, the impedance of the system will have a lack of
balance, causing feedback (“Larsen” effect).
When a system includes a concierge unit, the push button combined with the Phone ID 1 will call to the
concierge regardless of if the concierge is in day or night mode.
MODULE BUTTON WIRING COLOUR CODE:Colour Button
blue
Buttons Common
yellow Button 1
red
Button 2
white
Button 3 (4000 Series only)
black
Button 4 (4000 Series only)
Technical specifications
Working voltage
: 13 Vdc +/- 10%
Max. absorption
: approx 350 mA
Working temperature : -10 +50 C°
Relay contacts
: 3A@30Vdc, 3A@120Vac
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CALL PROGRESS LED’S
Symbol
LED meaning
The first LED (red), indicates that it is not possible to make a
call because a call or a conversation is in progress (from the
outdoor station from which you are calling or from another
outdoor station on systems with multiple entrances).
The second LED (red), indicates that a call is in progress.
The LED will switch OFF when the call is answered.
The third LED (yellow), indicates the call has been
answered. The LED will switch OFF at the end of the
conversation.
The fourth LED (green), indicates that the door lock has
been released. It will switch OFF at the end of the “door
opening” time.
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VANDAL RESISTANT FUNCTIONAL PANELS
This module is used in the VX2200 2 wire audio, 6 wire video functional
vandal resistant door panels and includes all features required for audio &
video installations. A 13.8Vdc PSU is required to power this system. Up to
23 buttons can be connected to this module. (This module cannot be used
with 316x phones).
MAKING A CALL
Press the relevant button: 5 quick beeps will indicate if the system is busy,
otherwise the call will be signalled by a slow intermittent acoustic signal
until the call is answered, times out or the call is interrupted by pressing a
push button for more than 2 seconds. A short intermittent acoustic signal
indicates that the door is open. A yellow LED indicates conversation has
begun and a green LED indicates relay activation.
CONNECTION
NC
C
NO
PTE
SL
BS
L
+12
-
FUNCTION
Normally closed connection of relay
Common connection of relay
Normally open connection of relay
Push to exit button input (Switch to 0V)
Switched 0V output (0V during a call for video power supply switching)
Busy signal to other panels (12Vdc in standby, 0V during a call)
Bus connection approx. 7.5Vdc
0V for bus
12Vdc input to power the amplifier
0V from PSU
VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
There are three volume adjusters on the door panel as follows:-
Speaker volume
Microphone volume
Balance between
microphone volume and
speaker volume
CONNECTING ADDITIONAL BUTTONS
Up to 23 buttons can be connected to the modules using an X-Y
matrix and the wiring harness as shown here.
Factory reset
To revert to factory default settings as shown in ( ) below, power down the 138 amplifier short PTE to
ground, power up and await 6 beeps, remove the short.
Programming
There are several features of the amplifier that can be programmed into non-volatile memory. Entering each
programming stage requires the shorting of certain connections on the button matrix using the connectors 5
& 6 labelled above. Remove the plug from connector ABCD so that the connectors 5 or 6 can be connected
to the relevant pin as outlined in the tables below. Beeps are used to indicate the new setting as outlined in
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Power down the 138 amplifier
Connect the plug (5 or 6) to A,B,C or D depending on the setting to program as outlined below.
Power up the 138 amplifier
Listen to the beeps from the 138 amplifier, When the correct number is reached as outlined below,
remove the link between the plug and A,B,C or D.
5. A long confirmation beep will confirm the new setting has been stored.
DEFAULTS ARE SHOWN IN ( )
MASTER or SLAVE
Set amplifier as master or slave (Each system requires one master, any additional door’s on a system must
be set to slave).
Power up with wires 5 & A shorted. Wait for correct beeps then remove short.
1 BEEP
(Master)
2 BEEPS
Slave
BANK of BUTTONS
Set the bank of buttons relevant to the button matrix (For most systems this will be buttons 1-23 but for larger
systems it may be necessary to have the buttons start at 25 through to 47, i.e. Button 1A would call address
25 as oppose to 1).
Power up with wires 5 & B shorted. Wait for correct beeps then remove short.
1 BEEP
(Button addresses 1 – 23)
2 BEEPS
Button addresses 25-47
MAXIMUM CALLING TIME BEFORE ANSWER
Set the maximum length of a call ‘wait to answer’ before the call is cleared down. This does not affect the
conversation time which can be programmed separately.
Power up with wires 5 & C shorted. Wait for correct beeps then remove short.
1 BEEP
10 Seconds
2 BEEPS
20 Seconds
3 BEEPS
30 Seconds
4 BEEPS
(40Seconds)
5 BEEPS
50Seconds
6 BEEP
60 Seconds
7 BEEPS
70 Seconds
8 BEEPS
80 Seconds
9 BEEPS
90Seconds
10 BEEPS
100Seconds
CONVERSATION TIME
Set the maximum length of a conversation before the call is automatically cleared down.
Power up with wires 5 & D shorted. Wait for correct beeps then remove short.
1 BEEP
20 Seconds
2 BEEPS
40 Seconds
3 BEEPS
(60 Seconds)
4 BEEPS
80 Seconds
5 BEEPS
100 Seconds
6 BEEP
120 Seconds
7 BEEPS
140 Seconds
8 BEEPS
160 Seconds
9 BEEPS
180 Seconds
10 BEEPS
200 Seconds
RELAY TIME
Door open relay time
Power up with wires 6 & A shorted. Wait for correct beeps then remove short.
1 BEEP
2.5 Seconds
2 BEEPS
(5 Seconds)
3 BEEPS
7.5 Seconds
4 BEEPS
10 Seconds
5 BEEPS
12.5 Seconds
6 BEEP
15 Seconds
7 BEEPS
17.5 Seconds
8 BEEPS
20 Seconds
9 BEEPS
22.5 Seconds
10 BEEPS
25 Seconds
DEVICE NUMBER
It is very important on video systems and systems with a concierge that each door panel amplifier has a
unique device number.
Power up with wires 6 & B shorted. Wait for correct beeps then remove short.
1 BEEP
(Device 1)
2 BEEPS
Device 2
3 BEEPS
Device 3
4 BEEPS
Device 4
5 BEEPS
Device 5
6 BEEP
Device 6
7 BEEPS
Device 7
8 BEEPS
Device 8
9 BEEPS
Device 9
10 BEEPS
Device 10
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CAMERA MODULES
All camera modules are available
in mono or colour. The mono
cameras
include
infra-red
illumination to illuminate a subject
in poor lighting conditions (max
range 80cm). The colour cameras
include white LED’s which switch
on during a call. With the
exception of the 830 and 830NC,
the cameras are all able to support
both balanced and composite
video outputs which is selectable,
adjusting the position of the
jumpers. The 4000, 8000 and VR
cameras all include a ball joint camera swivel allowing the camera direction to be adjusted 10° in any
direction.
CONNECTION
I, +
F1, V
M
V1
V2
SB, SB1, SB2
G
12VI
FUNCTION
Switched +20Vdc Input to power camera
0V power to camera
Composite video output (Coax centre core)
Screen of coax
+Sync balanced video connection
- Sync balanced video connection
Heater connections
Ground
Alternate 12Vdc supply (Used instead of 20Vdc into I
JUMPERS
On camera’s which include jumpers these should be set according to the type of video signal used. If the
video signal and cable type is composite with coax cable then ensure all jumpers are towards the ‘COAX’
position. Alternatively if the video is a balanced signal using twisted pair cable then ensure the jumpers are
all set to NC (Non Coax).
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VER1.6
VIDEO DISTRIBUTION
COAX VIDEO
The version to the left is the
Art.894 and the version to the
right is the 894I. Both versions
are 4 way video splitters
therefore one is required for
every four videophones.
The 894I also benefits from over
current protection for each of the four 20V (500mA max) outputs meaning, if a short
appears on those connections or a fault towards the monitor occurs then the 20V to
that output will be disconnected to allow all other outputs to continue working. The red
LED next to the output will illuminate to show the problem output.
CONNECTION
Vin, V
M
Vout, V
V1, V2, V3, V4
+12
+20
0V
FUNCTION
Video in from previous video distributor, control cabinet or camera
Coax cable screen
Video out to next video distributor or end of line termination.
Video output to four videophones (4 outputs)
12V input to power the video distributor (Powered from videophones)
20Vdc feed through from video power supply to monitors (894I only)
0V feed through from video power supply to monitors (894I only)
NON-COAX (BALANCED VIDEO)
The version to the left is the
Art.316 and the version to the
right is the 316I. Both versions are
4 way video splitters therefore
one is required for every four
videophones.
The 316I also benefits from over
current protection for each of the four 20V (500mA max) outputs meaning, if a short
appears on those connections or a fault towards the monitor occurs then the 20V to
that output will be disconnected to allow all other outputs to continue working. The red
LED next to the output will illuminate to show the problem output. Each 316I/316
draws 5mA in standby.
CONNECTION
V1
V2
V1a, V1b, V1c,
V1d
V2a, V2b, V2c,
V2d
+20, +
0V, -
FUNCTION
+ Sync balanced video in from previous video distributor, control cabinet or camera
- Sync balanced video in from previous video distributor, control cabinet or camera
+ Sync video output to videophone (4 Outputs)
- Sync video output to videophone (4 Outputs)
20Vdc feed through to monitors and power from video power supply
0V feed through from video power supply to monitors
END OF LINE
On coax video systems it is necessary to terminate any unused outputs with a 75Ω resistor. This is achieved
on the 894 by fitting a 75Ω resistor across Vn and M of the unused outputs. On the 894I there are jumpers
next to each output which should be closed if the output is not used and open if it is. Additionally it is also
necessary to fit an end of line resistor across Vout & M of the last video distributor (Both coax and non-coax
versions) to terminate the end of the line. Again on the 894I/316I there is a jumper(s) which should be closed
on the last unit instead of fitting a resistor (Labelled EOL on the 894I and End of line on the 316I).
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VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
CONTROL EQUIPEMENT
As there are many variations
of control cabinet available
(Audio, video, with isolation,
multiple door etc). The
components that make up a
control cabinet are listed
below:-
13.8Vdc SYSTEM PSU
Battery backup is a standard
feature of these PSU’s. We
recommend a 7Ah sealed lead
acid battery. 1A, 2A, 3A & 4A
PSU’s are normally used on this
system, all of which have a
regulated output voltage of
13.8Vdc. DC out and battery trickle charge are independently fused.
Additionally the 4A PSU includes a fan out PCB which shares the
available 4A’s between 4 independently fused outputs. The
combination of these fuse values can be anything as long as the 4
outputs are fused to no more than 4A. Fuse values are as follows:PSU
MAINS FUSE
DC OUT FUSE
2 Amp
3 Amp
4 Amp
T315mA
T630mA
T3.15A
F2.0A
F3.0A
Main fuse F4.0A. Fan out
fuses can be any
combination up to a total of
4A
BATTERY TRICKLE CHARGE
FUSE
T315mA
T315mA
T1A
20Vdc VIDEO PSU
The Art.893N1 is a 1A pulse, 800mA continuous
20Vdc PSU. It is a switched output supply
requiring either a positive trigger on terminal ‘+C’
or a negative trigger on ‘-C’ to switch the 20Vdc
output on. There are no fuses in this PSU. If there
is a short on the output or an over current situation
then the PSU will shut down until the problem is
resolved.
CONNECTION
-C
+C
+
+D
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FUNCTION
0V trigger to activate output
+8-30Vdc to activate output
0V output connection
20Vdc output connection
20Vdc output via diode
VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
TIME CLOCK
The 701T is a BST/GMT time clock with 6 programmable on/off
periods and two modes of operation. The first mode being a
standard time clock mode whereby the dry contact relay output
triggers for the length of an on/off period. The second mode is
known as the trade button mode and only operates the relay when
the trade input is triggered and during an active on/off period. The
relay would then stay energised for a programmed time (01-99
seconds).
CONNECTION
+
TR
C
NO
NC
FUNCTION
12Vdc power supply input
0V power supply connection
Trade button input (Shorts to 0V)
Common connection of dry contact relay output
Normally open connection of dry contact relay output
Normally closed connection of dry contact relay output
JUMPERS
The jumper in the top right selects the time clocks mode of operation.
A = TRADE BUTTON MODE
B = TIME CLOCK MODE
The jumper in the middle Enables/Disables automatic BST/GMT time correction
A = AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT DISABLED
B = AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT ENABLED
The time clock includes a battery to maintain the time while the time clock isn’t powered.
The battery should maintain the time and settings for a minimum of 3 months.
ON = BATTERY ENABLED
OFF = BATTERY DISABLED (Should be moved to ON when installed)
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Supply Voltage
Standby Current (Relay off)
Standby Current (Relay on)
Battery backup
Relay contacts (Dry contact)
On/Off times available
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Trade mode relay time
Dimensions
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:
:
12V DC or 12V AC
47mA
67mA
Min. 3 Months
3A @ 24V DC
3A @ 120V AC
Six
ON/OFF period 1 will switch off at the off time for that period
regardless of manual override.
ON/OFF period 2-6 will Not switch off at the off time for that period if
manual override is pressed.
From 1 second to 99 seconds
110mm x 70mm x 30mm
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TIME CLOCK PROGRAMMING
Programming is carried out by means of the four push buttons. The mode button advances through the
modes beginning with mode 1 which allows the editing of the time and date, mode 2 – 7 allows the editing of
the time bands and mode 8 allows the editing of the relay time in trade mode (Note: mode 8 only appears in
trade mode). The up/down buttons allow the underlined information to be edited (pressing these buttons
once will change the value by one, holding the button down will auto increment the value until the button is
released) and the select button allows the underline cursor to rotate round to the next item on the display. If
the time clock is inadvertently left in programming mode it will automatically revert to standby mode after a
preset time.
DISPLAY
Monday
15:20
15/01/02 GMT OFF
Press the mode button to
edit the time and date
Press the mode button to
edit the 1st on/off time
Press the mode button to
edit the 2nd on/off time
Press the mode button to
edit the 3rd on/off time
TIME DATE -
15:20
15/01/02
ON 1
10:15 AD
OFF 1 - 10:30
ON 2 - 11:00 Mo
OFF 2 - 12:30
ON 3 - 15:45 WD
OFF 3 - 17:20
Press the mode button to
edit the 4th on/off time
ON 4 - 18:15 We
OFF 4 - 20:15
Press the mode button to
edit the 5th on/off time
ON 5 - 19:30 WE
OFF 5 - 20:45
Press the mode button to
edit the 6th on/off time
ON 6 - 10:00 AD
OFF 6 - 19:00
Press the mode button to
edit the relay time
RELAY TIME - 05
Press the mode button to
return to standby mode
Monday
15:20
15/01/02 GMT OFF
The days of the week are
abbreviated as shown below
Monday
Mo
Tuesday
Tu
Wednesday
We
Thursday
Th
Friday
Fr
Saturday
Sa
Sunday
Su
Week Days
WD
Week Ends
WE
All Days
AD
NOTE: To reset the time clock completely, simply power up with the UP button pressed
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VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
VX123 VIDEO SWITCHING PCB
The VX123 is used on multiple door video systems to switch the
video from a single door to the bus. Each PCB can control up to
four video panels. Multiple PCB’s can be used to expand the
system. A green LED indicates when a panel is connected to the
bus.
CONNECTION
GND
+12
+20
V1
V2
SL
FUNCTION
0V
12Vdc from PSU to power the PCB
20Vdc switched to the relevant door when triggered
+ Sync video signal switched to relevant door when triggered
- Sync video signal switched to relevant door when triggered
Trigger input to activate a channel (Switched 0V)
4 WAY ISOLATION PCB (2204N)
The 2204N will protect against shorts or faults on all connections to an apartment. Plug in connections are
used for easy maintenance. The 2204N can also be connected as a bus in a prewired cabinet and is
addressed using a 6 way dip-switch bank. For video systems there is an additional video isolation card (316I
for non-coax or 894I for coax) which piggy backs this board and includes all the additional connections for
video. There are 10 LED’s on each card which can be used to identify when a channel is in use (Green
channel LED on) and to indicate a variety of faults such as shorts on +12V out, short on bus and S1
permanently active.


Connection
L
12V
D
S1
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Function
0V
Bus connection
+12Vdc
Door open LED (Switched 12V)
Spare service button on telephone
(Switched 0V)
Six way connectors – Main bus in/out
Five way connectors – Four outputs to
apartments.
LED
D1
D8
D14
D19
D7
D6
D5
D4
D21
D3
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Function
Bus fault output 1
Bus fault output 2
Bus fault output 3
Bus fault output 4
Output 1 active
Output 2 active
Output 3 active
Output 4 active
S1 service switch active
12V out fault on one of the outputs
VER1.6
OPERATION
In stand-by the phones connected to the 2204N are physically disconnected from the main BUS. During a
call the selected channel will be connected to the main bus, the green LED next to the channel will illuminate
for the length of the call.
PROGRAMMING (DIP-SWITCHES)
The dip-switches are used to address the PCB. The address of the PCB must correspond with the address
of the telephone in the apartment. For example, output 1 of the first 2204N must be connected to a
telephone with address 1, output 3 must be connected to a telephone with address 3, Output 1 of the second
2204N must be connected to a telephone with address 5 etc. The table below shows all available
addresses.
2204 no.
Addresses of:
DIP-SW
Connected Intercoms
Settings
L1
L2
L3
L4
2204 No.
Addresses of:
Connected Intercoms
DIP-SW
Settings
L1
L2
L3
L4
2204 No.
Addresses of:
DIP-SW
Connected Intercoms
Settings
L1
L2
L3
L4
0
1
2
3
4
16
65
66
67
68
32
129
130
131
132
1
5
6
7
8
17
69
70
71
72
33
133
134
135
136
2
9
10
11
12
18
73
74
75
76
34
137
138
139
140
3
13
14
15
16
19
77
78
79
80
35
141
142
143
144
4
17
18
19
20
20
81
82
83
84
36
145
146
147
148
5
21
22
23
24
21
85
86
87
88
37
149
150
151
152
6
25
26
27
28
22
89
90
91
92
38
153
154
155
156
7
29
30
31
32
23
93
94
95
96
39
157
158
159
160
8
33
34
35
36
24
97
98
99
100
40
161
162
163
164
9
37
38
39
40
25
101
102
103
104
41
165
166
167
168
10
41
42
43
44
26
105
106
107
108
42
169
170
171
172
11
45
46
47
48
27
109
110
111
112
43
173
174
175
176
12
49
50
51
52
28
113
114
115
116
44
177
178
179
180
13
53
54
55
56
29
117
118
119
120
14
57
58
59
60
30
121
122
123
124
15
61
62
63
64
31
125
126
127
128
Technical specifications
Number of outputs
Addressing range
Working temperature
12V output current max.
Standby current
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:4
: from 0 to 44
: -10 +50 C°
: 200mA
: 12mA (With 4 phones connected to L & -)
VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
BUS EXCHANGE DEVICES (2206N)
The 2206N is a powerful device which allows the
system to be expanded up to 998 apartments. There
are two applications in which this unit can be used.
The first application is a system with both main
entrances and sub entrances/blocks (Main entrances
call all apartments on a system and sub/block
entrances only call the apartments in their own block).
In this application, one 2206N would be required for
each block.
The second application is a single level system with
up to 10 entrances whereby all entrances need to call all apartments. In this application, a 2206N would be
required for every 180 apartments and could be used to expand the system up to 998 apartments (i.e. 500
apartments would require a minimum of 3x2206N).
OPERATION
In stand-by mode:
The bus signal from the local entrance terminals “LB” and “-” are linked to the “BO” and “-” terminals (the
“BUS out”), while the video signal of the “V1/V-L” and “V2-L” coming from the local entrances are sent to
the video output terminals “V1/V-O” and “V2-O”.
During the call:
- When a call is from a main entrance, it sends serial data to communicate with a 2206N (Based on the
2206N’s address). If BS (Local busy) is high (12Vdc = Not busy)) on the 2206N, the call will be put
through to the block, the system connects the “BUS Out ” (terminals “BO” and “- ”) with the “ Main
BUS” (entrance terminals “MB” and “-”) and connects the video outputs “V1/V-O” and “V2-O” to the
terminals “V1/V” and “V2”, connecting the main entrance with the user required. If the BS is low (0V),
the local panel(s) already have a call in progress, then the main panel will receive a busy message and
must wait until the local call ends.
- If a local call is made while a main entrance call is already in progress to that block, the local panel will
get a busy message and must wait for that call to end.
CONNECTION
+12
BS
BO
LB
MB
-
FUNCTION
12Vdc supply input
0V from supply
Busy connection to local entrances
Bus output to apartments
0V to apartments
Bus from local entrances
0V from local entrances
Bus from main entrances
0V from main entrances
V/V1
V1 of balanced video or centre core of coax video from main entrances
V2
V2 of balanced video from main entrances (Not used in coax mode)
V/V1
V1 of balanced video or centre core of coax video loop through to next 2206N
V2
V2 of balanced video loop through to next 2206N (Not used in coax mode)
V/V1-P
V1 of balanced video or centre core of coax video powered loop through to next 2206N
V2-P
V2 of balanced video powered loop through to next 2206N (Not used in coax mode)
V/V1-L
V1 of balanced video or centre core of coax video from local entrances
V2-L
V2 of balanced video from local entrances (Not used in coax mode)
V/V1-O
V1 of balanced video or centre core of coax to apartments
V2-O
V2 of balanced video to apartments (Not used in coax mode)
NOTE: When using coax for the video, the screens should all be terminated together (and soldered) in a
connection block.
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JUMPERS
Jumpers JP2 and JP3 are used to set the video signal type to either
balanced (Twisted pair) or coax (Composite video)
Jumpers JP4 and JP5 are used to terminate the video end of line. They
should only be in the end of line position on the last 2206N
DIP-SWITCHES
Dip-switches 1 – 4 are used to address the 2206N.
Each 2206N must have a unique address. The
address will be used when programming the main
entrance panels on a system. Dip-switch 5 should
be set to ON if there are no local entrances
connected to the 2206N and set to OFF if there are
local entrances connected to it.
Technical specifications
Working voltage
Working Temperature
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: 13 Vdc +/- 10%
: -10 +50 C°
VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
CONCIERGE UNIT (2210A, 2210V)
The Digital Concierge has an alphanumerical keypad (“0”
to “9”, “*”, “#”, and “A” up “H” by means of four buttons
with double letter function), a mode button (night, day, off)
“” and a door open button
and a 2 line 16 character
LCD display with back light. This device enables the
intercommunication between concierge and user, door
and concierge, door and user and two users, the booking
of up to 48 user calls and the storing of up to 48 user
activated alarms. The video version is equipped with a
colour or monochrome flat screen monitor with brightness and contrast controls (brightness and colour on
the colour version)
OPERATION
The mode button “” switches the concierge between operating modes. There are 3 operating modes
(off/night/day). To switch from one to another, press the button until a beep is heard and the message
relevant to the current mode is shown on the display.
Off mode: The display shows “OFF MODE” and all functions of the unit are deactivated. The external calls
will go directly to the user. The concierge cannot answer internal or external calls and cannot receive alarm
signals.
Day position: The display shows “DAY MODE”. All calls are processed by the concierge and the operator
can use all functions of the unit. The concierge can make and receive calls to and from the apartments and
can receive and store all incoming alarms.
Night position: The display shows “NIGHT MODE”. Same operation as “DAY MODE” but the external calls
go directly to the apartment with the exception of calls addressed to the concierge (calls made to apartment
number with phone ID. “1”).
Calls from outdoor stations: the concierge rings, the monitor switches on and the displays shows “D.X –
APP:YYYYYY” where X indicates the door from which the call originates and YYYYYY indicates the flat
number of the called user.
- The operator can divert the call to the called user by pressing the “*” button for 2 seconds without picking
up the handset (the display will show the message “CONNECTED”). Alternatively, pick up the handset
and speaking to the visitor; the display shows “SPEAK” and then shows again the number of the called
user. The operator can now take any of the following steps:
1. Open the door by pressing the door opening button, display shows “DOOR OPEN”, an acoustic
signal will be heard during the opening of the door , the conversation will end and the operator can
replace the handset;
2. call the requested user by pressing “*” (or type in an different apartment number and press “*”), the
display shows “CALLING”, the video signal is forwarded to the called apartment (only for video
installations), the outdoor station is put on hold and the operator can talk to the user who can then
decide to take the call or not.
a) If the user accepts the call, the operator must press “*” again to transfer the call, the display
shows “CONNECTED”, the user can talk to the visitor and the operator can replace the
handset.
b) In case the user does not answer, the operator must press (for about 1 sec) “#” to return to the
visitor. In case the user answers and replaces the handset, the operator will be automatically reconnected to the outdoor station.
- If the operator is absent or can’t answer, the display will show the message “P.XFLAT:YYYYYY”
relevant to the last call received; to delete the message, the operator must to pick up the handset and
press “#”.
The operator can stop the conversation between the visitor and the user at any time by picking up the
handset and pressing “#”.
Call from an apartment:
The calls from the apartments are logged on the concierge and answered at the discretion of the operator
but always in the order of receipt. When an internal call is received, the display shows the generic message
“CALL FROM FLAT”, the concierge emits an acoustic signal (with different tone) and the operator can take
the following steps:
1. Pick up the handset to start answering the booked calls;
2. The display shows the message “FLAT:XXXXXXCONC” where “XXXXXX” is the flat number of the
user who has booked the call;
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3. The operator can delete the call by pressing “#” or call them back by pressing “*”:
a) If the operator chooses to delete the call, the concierge restarts from step (2) showing the next
booked call (if there are other booked calls), otherwise it goes back to the stand-by condition (the
display shows the message relevant to selected operation mode);
b) If the operator choose to take the call, the concierge calls the user;
4. The display shows the message “CALLING”; if the apartment doesn’t answer, the operator can replace
the handset and restart from step (1). If the apartment answers, the display will show the message
“SPEAK”; operator and user are connected and the apartment can choose to close the conversation or
to ask the operator to be connected with another apartment (intercommunication):
a) If the apartment replaces the handset, the conversation ends; if there are other calls to answer (the
concierge rings) the operator can restart from step (1) otherwise the concierge will return to the
stand-by condition;
b) If the apartment requests intercommunication with another apartment, the operator must enter the
apartment number requested on the keypad and then press “*”;
5. When two users are connected, the display shows the message “INTERCOM.” and the operator can
replace the handset. As soon as the conversation ends, the concierge goes back to the stand-by
condition. The intercommunication can be interrupted at any time by the operator picking up the handset
and pressing “#”.
6. If there are other booked calls (the concierge rings) the operator can restart from step (1) otherwise the
concierge will go back to the stand-by condition.
Any conversation in progress can be interrupted at any time by an external call (External calls take priority).
Call from the Digital Concierge to the apartment
The operator can contact any apartment from the concierge by picking up the handset, entering the relevant
apartment number and pressing “*”;
1. the display shows “CALLING”;
2. if the user answers, the display will show “SPEAK”. If the user doesn’t answer, the operator can end
the call by replacing the handset.
The communication can be interrupted at any time by an external call (External calls take priority).
Receiving alarms from an apartment
The concierge can receive and store up to 48 alarms from the apartments.
1. the concierge starts to emit an acoustic signal on every alarm received and at the same time the display
shows the message “ALARM” until the operator clears all alarms;
2. to clear the received alarms, the operator must press for 1sec “A” without picking up the handset; then
the display will show the message “ALARM:XXXXXX” on the first row and the message “N:YY” on the
second row where “XXXXXX” is the flat number where the alarm has been generated and “YY” is the
number of alarms to clear including the one shown.
When “YY” = 1 (last alarm), the concierge stops emitting the acoustic signal; press “A” again and the
concierge will return to stand-by mode.
OPERATION NOTES
a. To use the letters “E” to “H” press the relevant button twice: “A” becomes “E”, “B” becomes “F”, “C”
becomes “G” and “D” becomes “H”;
Opening the speech from the concierge to a door station without being called first: With the concierge in DAY
or NIGHT mode, pick up the handset, select a number from 1 – 9 (For doors addressed from 1 – 9) and then
press “”. The display will show ‘SPEAK’ once the speech path has been established.
Opening a door from the concierge without being called first With the concierge in DAY or NIGHT mode, pick
up the handset, select a number from 1 – 9 (For doors addressed from 1 – 9) and then press the “ ” button.
The display will show ‘DOOR OPEN’.
DIP-SWITCHES
Switch
Status
1
2
3
ON
ON
ON
4
ON
Operation
Divert a call address 180 if the call is not answered within 20 seconds.
Enable parallel connection of 2 concierges. This switch must be “ON” for Both concierges.
Enable the use of Art.2204N isolation PCB’s.
Disable alarms. Alarms can instead be processed by one or more Art.512DR if installed in the
system and addressed as 255.
Note: Power up with 1 pressed to disable door calls in DAY mode. (Display shows ‘NO DOOR CALL’ during
start up.
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TRIMMERS
Two POT’s are also located within the concierge. The one to the right of the PCB adjusts the speech balance
towards the apartments and the one to the left adjusts the speech balance towards the doors.
PROGRAMMING
The concierge has two main operational modes (Main and standard).Main mode is only used on systems
which include 2206N devices. Standard mode is used for all other system types. To switch the system into
main mode power up with ‘0’ pressed, to switch to standard mode power up with ‘#’ pressed
Programming can be carried out using the concierge keypad and display as shown in the flowchart below or
via a PC connected to the jack socket on the top edge of the concierge.
LCD DISPLAY
EXAMPLE
HOLD DOWN ‘*’ WHILE
POWERING UP THE
CONCIERGE
MEM. LOCATION:xxx
MEM. LOCATION:1
ENTER APT NUMBER
(1 to 6 digits)
FLAT : xxxxxx
NEW : xxxx
FLAT :
NEW : 15
ENTER PHONE ID
(1 to 180)
ID PHONE: xxx
NEW: xxx
ID PHONE:
NEW: 15
ENTER BLOCK NUMBER
(1 to 15)
2206N N. : xx
NEW : xx
2206N N. :
NEW : 1
ENTER MEMORY
LOCATION (1-998)
PRESS ‘*’ BUTTON
(*) NOTE 1
PRESS ‘*’ BUTTON
(*) NOTE 1
PRESS ‘*’ BUTTON
(*) NOTE 1&2
PRESS ‘*’ BUTTON
YES
MORE
FLATS?
PRESS ‘*’ TWICE
NO
SYSTEM READY TO USE
NOTES:
(*) NOTE 1
To confirm the same value press ‘*’ twice.
(*) NOTE 2
This only appears when the concierge is in main mode.
PROGRAMMING NOTES
a. The programming (combining the phone ID address and the apartment number) must be the same as
digital door units or must correspond to the call button on the functional units in order to have the correct
flat number on the concierge display.
b. During the programming, the system is off line and no calls will go through;
c. The insertion of incorrect values is indicated by error messages. The unit will wait for a correct input
before moving on.
d. When programming via the PC software the concierge must be in OFF mode. Follow the instructions
supplied with the PC software (Note. Follow the same procedure to program the Concierge as would be
used to program a digital door panel).
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Memory capacity
Working voltage
Max. absorption
Working temperature
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: 998 memory locations
: 13 Vdc +/- 10%
: about 350 mA
: -10 +50 C°
VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
2280 BUS INTERFACE
The Art.2280 enables the connection of either the Videx Telephone
Interface (Art.380) or the Videx apartment station (Art.500MM) to the
VX2200 system.
Using this device it is possible to carry out all the functions available on
the VX2200. For example, answer a call from the door panel (and if
necessary open the door), call the concierge (if present on the system)
and intercommunicate with another user (via concierge).
The system draws power directly from the “2 wire” Bus (Less than 0.8mA)
and from either the 380 or the apartment station power supply (12Vdc). It
includes an 8 way Dip-switch for programming the device with the phone
ID address and a trimmer control for the audio volume towards the door
panel.
It is possible to connect up to 180 devices on the same “2 wire” Bus, with the possibility to use the same
address for a maximum of 3 devices (for those applications that require more than one unit in the same
apartment). Use VX2280 version with 900 series and VX2280-1 with 3000 series.
OPERATION
To answer a call:
Art.380 Pick the handset up and speak with the visitor or concierge; press the relevant button to open the
door (see 380 manual) and/or replace the handset to end the conversation.
Art.500MM Press the "TALK" button to speak with the visitor or concierge, release the button to listen,
press the "OPEN" button to open the door and then wait for the time-out to end the conversation.
To call the concierge (if present):
Art.380 Pick the handset up, press the relevant button to open the door (see 380 manual) and wait for an
answer.
Art.500MMPress the "TALK" button, press the "OPEN" button and wait for an answer.
PROGRAMMING
Remove the "Settings" cover from the device, set the 8 way Dip-switch with the required address. In case of
mismatched audio level (towards the outdoor station), adjust the trimmer next to the Dip-switch.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION:
Addressing range
Working voltage
Stand by absorption/maximum on the BUS
Stand by absorption/maximum on the 12V
Working temperature
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: from 1 to 180
: Bus line voltage and 12V
: <0.8mA and approx 10mA
: Approx. 5mA
: -10 +50 °C
VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
Audio Telephones (3171, 3172 & 3176)
The Art.3171 is a digital intercom based on the “2 Wire BUS”, it includes a door-open button and a service
button plus an electronic call tone with a 3 level volume control which can be adjusted by the user. Internally,
the intercom has an 8 way dip-switch to set the PHONE ID, terminals for connecting to the bus and other
functions and a trimmer (VR1) to adjust the microphone volume. It is possible to connect up to 180 intercoms
on the same bus. The same address can be given to a maximum of 3 devices (for applications that require
more units in the same apartment). The door-open push is also the “call to concierge” (if present), while the
“” push button shorts terminals “SW SW” (Max 30Vac/dc 200mA) when pressed.
The Art.3172 is the same as the Art.3171 with the addition of a privacy switch.
The Art.3176 is similar to the Art.3172 but the privacy function is activated by pressing . It is signalled by
the red led “privacy on” and its duration is set on the 3 way dip-switch (housed inside the intercom). The
Art.3176 doesn’t have the service push button but it has a green “door open” led to give the user a visual
indication of whether the door is open or closed: to use this service, an additional wire is required from a
door contact to the intercom.
All 3 models of intercoms allow the connection of an optional relay board Art.402, for the activation of an
external sounder instead of the internal one: the board is housed inside the intercom, connected to the JP2
(red wire on “+” side) and the JP1 jumper (normally on A position) must be moved to the “B” position.
3171
3172
L
LB
AL
SW
SW
JP4
FUNCTION
Bus
0V
Local door bell
(Switched 0V)
Alarm input
(Switched 0V)
One side of
service button
Other side of
service button
Number of rings
Right =3
Left = 6
3176
L
LDLD+
LB
AL
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FUNCTION
Bus
0V
0v connection of
door open LED
12Vdc connection
of door open LED
Local door bell
(Switched 0V)
Alarm input
(Switched 0V)
VER1.6
OPERATION
To answer a call and open the door: Pick the handset up and speak with the visitor (or concierge); press the
‘ ’ button (if it is an external call) to open the door (an acoustic signal will be emitted and the door will be
opened for the time programmed) or replace the handset to end the conversation; if the call is local (local
bell), the call tone will have a different tone.
To call the Concierge Unit (if available): With the handset replaced, press the “ ” button and wait: A
confirmation tone will be heard, the call is booked on the concierge and will be answered at the discretion of
the operator.
To activate the service relevant to the  push button (except the Art.3176): It is possible to use this push
button as an “alarm” push button: make a short between one of the “SW” terminal and the “-” terminal and
then connect the free “SW” terminal to the “AL” terminal. The signal generated will be received by the
concierge and/or by the Art.512DR to activate an additional service.
PROGRAMMING
To select the desired melody (3171 & 3172 only): Hold down “ ” button until (Approx. 10 seconds) the
intercom plays the active melody; at the end of the melody the intercom will emit a beep (end of play);
1. Listen to the available melodies (by pressing and releasing the “ ” button).
2. After the ‘end of play’ beep if you don’t press the “ ” button within 3 seconds, the last melody heard is
selected.
To switch ON the privacy mode:
For the Art.3172 put the switch into the ON position. The small window over the switch will be RED.
For the Art.3176 press the push button marked ; the red LED “privacy on” will illuminate.
To switch OFF the privacy mode:
For the Art.3172 put the switch into the OFF position. The small window over the switch will be WHITE.
For the Art.3176 press the push button marked ; the red LED “privacy on” will switch off.
ID programming is carried out by setting the internal 8 way dip-switch to the positions shown on the
decimal/binary conversion table of this manual.
The Art.3176 also has an additional 3 way dip-switch to set the duration of the privacy time as follows:
DIP SWITCH S1
1
2
3
off
off
off
on
off
off
off
on
off
on
on
off
Technical Specifications
Addressing range
Working voltage
Stand-by absorption
Phone max. absorption
Working temperature
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Time
unlimited
15min
30min
1hour
DIP SWITCH S1
1
2
3
off
off
on
on
off
on
off
on
on
on
on
on
Time
2 hours
4 hours
8 hours
16 hours
: from 1 to 180 (BIN code)
: BUS line Voltage
: about 0.6 mA
: about 80mA
: -10 +50 C°
VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
AUDIO APARTMENT STATION (5178)
The 5178 is an audio apartment station available
in white, silver or carbon fibre ABS plastic and is
a surface mount unit which connects to the
VX2200 bus via a 4 wire bus. The apartment
station has half duplex speech (Hands free
speech) and the facility to switch into simplex
speech mode by holding the talk/answer button
down during a call. The apartment station
includes the following buttons.
PUSH BUTTONS, LED’S AND CONTROLS
Service push button - When pressed, shorts terminal “S1” to terminal “GND” (ground).

Answer - On an incoming call, operation of this button allows the user to answer and converse with the visitor. The LED next
to the button will illuminate.
Switch off - With the system switched on (Call in progress), momentary operation of the button will switch the apartment
station off. The apartment station will also automatically switch off after a time delay if the button is not pressed. The LED
next to the button will go off.
Simplex button - Pressing and holding the button for more than 3 seconds will switch the apartment station into SIMPLEX
speech mode. Press and hold the button to speak to the caller (The LED next to the button will flash rapidly), release the
button to listen (The LED will flash slowly). If the button is not pressed for 10 seconds the apartment station will switch off.
The apartment station will revert to half duplex speech when another call is made.
Privacy on-off - enable/disable the service. The LED next to the button will illuminate when the privacy service is enabled.
Concierge call– While in standby, press this button to call the concierge (If service is available).
Door open - During a call, operation of this button will activate the “door open”
Calltone volume controls – 3 levels available. Press the left key to decrease volume and the right to increase volume.
Choose calling melody – 9 melodies available. See programming section for operation of these buttons.
Description
One side of the  service button
Door open & AUX LED ground
+12V dc input to power the apartment station
0V supply input and bus ground
Bus line (Data/speech)
Local door bell input (Triggered by 0V)
Alarm button input (Triggered by 0V)
Other side of the  service button
AUX LED +12V input
Door open LED +12V input
Signal
SB
-LD
+12V
GND
L
LB
AL
SA
AUL
DOL
Terminal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
PROGRAMMING
Programming is carried out by setting the internal 8 way dip-switch to the positions shown on the
decimal/binary conversion table of this manual.
PROGRAMMING THE MELODY
 Press and hold the two melody buttons “ ” (for approx 10 seconds) until the unit plays the current
stored melody and emits a beep.
 Press the melody button again (left or right) to listen to the available melodies (maximum 9).
 When the chosen melody has been reached, do not press any buttons, wait 3 seconds for the exit
beep.
 The new melody is now stored.
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VER1.6
PROGRAMMING NUMBER OF RINGS (FACTORY SET 6 RINGS)
 Press and hold “ ” (for approx 10 seconds) until the unit emits a beep.
 Press “ ” as many times as the number of rings required (i.e. 6 presses = 6 rings with a maximum
of 9 rings)
 Once the number of rings required has been reached, wait 3 seconds for the exit beep.
 The new value is now stored.
PROGRAMMING THE PRIVACY DURATION (FACTORY SET WITH OUT TIMEOUT)
 Press and hold “ ” (for approx 10 seconds) until the unit emits a beep.
 Press “ ” again to set the privacy duration. Each time the button is pressed, it will increase the
privacy duration by 15 minutes (starting from 0 up to a maximum of 20 hours i.e. pressing the button
8 times = 2 hours up to a maximum of 80 presses for 20 hours). Once the required privacy duration
has been reached, wait 3 seconds for the exit beep.To set the privacy with no time out Press and
hold “ ” (for approx 10 seconds) until the unit emits a beep do not press any other button, wait 3
seconds for the exit beep.
 The new value is now stored.
RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULTS
 Power up the intercom keeping pressed “ ”;
 The intercom will emit a beep to confirm the operation;
 Release “ ”.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Addressing range
Working voltage
Stand-by absorption
Phone max. absorption
Working temperature
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: from 1 to 180 (BIN code)
: 12Vdc
: about 6mA
: about 50mA
: -10 +50 C°
VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
VIDEOPHONES
3371(Mono) 3471(Colour)
3376(Mono) 3476(Colour)
3980 (Back plate)
The Art.3371 (3471 colour) is a digital videophone based on a “6 Wire BUS”, it includes 5 push buttons as
shown in the table below and the images above. The call is an electronic tone with a 3 level volume control
which can be adjusted by the user. To connect the videophone to the “BUS”, use the PCB connector
provided with the mounting plate Art.3980. The videophone has an 8 way dip-switch to set the PHONE ID, a
5 way dip-switch to set the video system (coax or non coax) and a trimmer (VR1) to adjust the microphone
volume; all accessible from the rear of the videophone. It is possible to connect 180 videophones to the
same system and if necessary it is possible to give the same address to a maximum of 3 (for those
applications that require more units in the same apartment. It is also necessary to add additional video
splitters and PSU’s). The Art.3376 (3476 colour) have one less service button than the Art.3371 but has a
timed privacy button, privacy LED and a door open LED.
PUSH BUTTONS, LED’S AND CONTROLS
Door open - During a call, operation of this button will activate the “door open”
Concierge call– While in standby, press this button to call the concierge (If service is available).
Set to Camera recall – Press this to recall the door panel camera image. Press it the number of times as the door number to
recall. For example, press 3 times to recall door 3.

Set to alarm – Pressing this button will send an alarm signal to the concierge and or any 512DR’s address to 255.

S1
S2
SPARE SERVICE BUTTON
SPARE SERVICE BUTTON
SPARE SERVICE BUTTON
Privacy on-off - enable/disable the service. The PRIVACY ON LED will illuminate when the privacy service is enabled.
ON
PRIVACY
ON
DOOR
OPEN


RED LED- Indicates the monitor is switched on during a call
RED LED- Privacy is enabled
GREEN LED- Indicates when the door has been released
Call tone volume control – 3 levels available.
Picture brightness
Picture contrast
OPERATION
To answer a call and open the door: Pick up the handset and speak with the visitor (or concierge); press
“
” (if it is an external call) to open the door (an acoustic signal will be emitted and the door will open for
the time programmed) or replace the handset to end the conversation; if the call is local (local bell), the call
tone will have a different tone.
To call the Concierge Unit: With the handset replaced, press “
” and wait: a confirmation tone will be
heard; the call is booked on the concierge and will be answered at the discretion of the operator;
To activate the privacy mode (Art.3376 only)
Press the push button labelled , the red “privacy on” LED will switch on. To disable the privacy mode
before the configured time expires, press the same push button again.
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VER1.6
CONNECTIONS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Art.3371 – Description of the signals on the Art.3980 back plate
Set as non-coax
Set as coax
Not used
P3 – Push button
shorts to COM when pressed
P4 – Push button S1 shorts to COM when pressed
P5 – Push button S2 shorts to COM when pressed
+20 - +20Vdc monitor power supply
+20 - +20Vdc monitor power supply
V1 (balanced video signal sync-)
Not used
V2 (balanced video signal sync+)
V – Coax centre core
GNDV Ground reference for video signal
Screen of coax
1
+12 - 12Vdc output for coax video distributor Art.894 power supply
COM - Common terminal for P3, P4 and P5
2
+MV - +12Vdc input for powering memory board
L (Bus Data line)
- (Bus date line GND)
LB - Local bell input (Switch 0V input)
AL - Alarm signal input (Switched 0V input)
R-,R+ - Connection terminal for the additional relay board Art.402 (black
wire to terminal R-, red wire to terminal R+)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Art.3376 – Description of the signals on the Art.3980 back plate
Set as non-coax
Set as coax
Not used
P3 – Push button
shorts to COM when pressed
P4 – Push button S1 shorts to COM when pressed
DOL - Door open LED signal (+12Vdc 5mA signal)
+20 - +20Vdc monitor power supply
+20 - +20Vdc monitor power supply
V1 (balanced video signal sync-)
Not used
V2 (balanced video signal sync+)
V – Coax centre core
GNDV Ground reference for video signal
Screen of coax
1
+12 - 12Vdc output for coax video distributor Art.894 power supply
COM - Common terminal for P3 and P4
2
+MV - +12Vdc input for powering memory board
L (Bus Data line)
- (Bus date line GND)
LB - Local bell input (Switch 0V input)
AL - Alarm signal input (Switched 0V input)
R- (17),R+ (18) - Connection terminal for the additional relay board
Art.402 (black wire to terminal R-, red wire to terminal R+)
Notes
1
The voltage is available when the monitor is switched on and is normally only used
on coax video systems.
2
Only for monitors with memory board Art.35xx.
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VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
PROGRAMMING
The programming of this videophone consists of the following stages:
- Set the PHONE ID on the 8 way dip-switch shown on decimal/binary conversion table in this manual;
- Set the video format, coax or balanced (non-coax). As shown in the table below:SWITCH
Non-Coax (Balanced
Video
Coax (Composite video)
1
OFF
2
ON
3
ON
4
ON
5
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
When connecting two or more videophones
in series without the use of video distributors
dip switches 3 & 5 should only be switched
on at the end of line.
- Setting of the number of rings; the default setting is 3, to set 6 rings follow these steps:
a. switch off the videophone by unplugging the flat cable from the PCB connection;
b. make a short between terminals 14 and 15 (signals “-” and “LB”) of the PCB connection;
c. plug the flat cable onto the PCB connection and wait for a double beep before removing the short
between terminals 14 and 15;
d. to revert to 3 rings, do the same but wait for only one beep before removing the short between
terminals 14 and 15.
- Setting the “”button function; the default function setting for this push button is the camera recall, to set
the push button as an alarm call:
a. Switch off the videophone by unplugging the flat cable from the PCB connection.
b. While pressing the “” push button, plug the flat cable onto the PCB connection and wait for a double
beep before release the push button.
c. To revert to the recall function, do the same but wait for only one beep before release the push button.
When you use the Art.402 for both Art.3371 and 3376, the fourth switch on the 5 way dip-switch should be
moved to OFF.
The wires of the Art.402 must be connected; black to terminal 17 (R- signal), red to terminal 18 (R+ signal).
For the Art.3376 it is necessary to set the duration of the privacy mode by setting the 3 way dip-switch
(accessible from the rear side of the videophone) as shown on the table below.
3376 (3476) 3 WAY DIP-SWITCH FOR PRIVACY TIME
Dip-Switch
1
2
3
off off off
on off off
off on off
on on off
off off on
on off on
off on on
on on on
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Addressing range
Stand-by absorption
Videophone max. absorption
Working temperature
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Time
unlimited
15min
30min
1hour
2 hours
4 hours
8 hours
16 hours
: from 1 to 180 (BIN code)
: about 0.6mA
: about 400mA (20 Volt)
: -10 +50 C°
VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
Video monitor (5478, 5476)
An intelligent Hands-free (surface or flush
mounting) video monitor employing a colour
3.5” active matrix LCD display. The 5478 is
available in white, silver and carbon fibre
finishes and can be fitted with the optional flush
kit or handset kit.
The 5478 includes push buttons for “door
open/concierge call”, “answer/camera recall”, “privacy on/off”, “Latching
relay activation” and 2 service buttons plus 4 LED’s associated with the 4
main buttons. In addition to the above, the unit has also controls for
loudspeaker volume, call tone volume, brightness and hue with
programmable number of rings, privacy duration and melody.
The buttons and LED’s have the following functions:Service push button - When pressed, shorts terminal 12 “S1” to terminal “GND” (ground). (Max 24Vdc 50mA)
Latching output – Each time this button is pressed it will toggle terminal 14 between ground and open collector. The LED next
to the button will illuminate when the output is grounded
Answer button - On an incoming call, operation of this button allows the user to answer and converse with the visitor. The
LED next to the button will illuminate.
Camera recall button - Press as many times as the DEVICE N. of the door station to switch on.
Switch off button - With the system switched on (monitor on), momentary operation of the button will switch the video monitor
off. The videomonitor will also automatically switch off after a time delay if the button is not pressed. LED 2 will switch off.
Simplex button - Pressing and holding the button for more than 3 seconds will switch the videomonitor into SIMPLEX speech
mode. Press and hold the button to speak to the caller (The LED will flash rapidly), release the button to listen (The LED will
flash slowly). If the button is not pressed for 10 seconds the videomonitor will switch off. The videomonitor will revert to
duplex speech when another call is made.
When pressed, shorts terminal 13 “S2” to Terminal “GND” (ground). (Max 24Vdc 50mA)
Privacy on-off button - Press to enable/disable the service. The LED next to the button will illuminate when the privacy
service is enabled.
Concierge call button – While in standby, press this button to call the concierge (If service is available).
Door open button - During a call, operation of this button will activate the door.
Loudspeaker volume control
Call tone volume control
Brightness control
Colour intensity control
Terminal
Signal
1&2
+20V
Video power supply input 17-20Vdc
3&4
GND
Video power ground connection
5
V2/V
Balanced video V2 input or coax centre core (Set by 4 way dip-switches)
6
V1
7
L
8
GND
9
LB
Local door bell input (Switched to ground to trigger)
10
AL
Alarm button input (Switch to ground to trigger)
11
GND
12
S1
S1 push button (Shorts to Ground when pressed)
13
S2
S2 push button (Shorts to Ground when pressed)
14

 push button (Latching toggle action)
15
+VD
+12Vdc output to power video distribution unit (Art. 894)
16
GND
Ground
17
12VO
Regulated 12Vdc output
18
12VI
+12Vdc power supply input
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Description
Balanced video V1 input
Data/speech bus input
Bus ground
Ground
VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
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19
LD
20
GND
Auxiliary LED +12V input (LED next to door open button)
Ground
PROGRAMMING
Setup is carried out using the push buttons on the front of the unit and the dip-switches located on the rear of
the unit. An eight way dip-switch bank is used to set the address of the apartment as shown in the
decimal/binary conversion chart in this manual. Additionally there is a 4 bank dip switch which is used to
select the video type (either coaxial or balanced video twisted pair).
4 WAY DIPSWITCH
1
2
3
4
Video Mode
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Coaxial video (V2 = V, GND = Screen)
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Balance video (V1 & V2)
Switches 1 and 2 adjust the video signal impedance. When using more than one video monitor in series
without a video splitter put both switches in the OFF position on all but the last video monitor (end of line).
Number of rings (Factory default = 6 rings)
 Press and hold (for approx 10 seconds) “ ” until the LED next to the button illuminates and the unit
emits a beep.
 Press “ ” again as many times as the number of rings required (i.e. 6 times = 6 rings, maximum 9
times).
 Once the value of rings has been reached, wait 5 seconds for a beep and the LED turning OFF.
 The new value is stored.
Privacy duration time (Factory default = No time out)
 Press and hold (for approx 10 seconds) “ ” until the LED next to the button illuminates and the unit
beeps.
 Each time the “ ” button is pressed; it will increase (starting from 0) the privacy duration by 15
minutes.
 Press until the required duration has been reached, when reached, wait 5 seconds for a beep and
the LED turning OFF.
 The new time will be stored.
 To set the privacy with no time out (privacy enabled or disabled only by pressing the “ ” button),
don't press any buttons once in privacy programming mode and wait 5 seconds for the beep and
LED to go off.
Call tone melody (Factory default = melody 1)
 Press and hold “●●” (or “
“on the SL5478) for approx 10 seconds until the LED next to the button
illuminates and the unit plays the current programmed melody.
 Press again “●●” (or the “
“ on the SL5478) to listen to the available melodies (9 Available). Once
the chosen melody has been reached, wait 5 seconds for a beep and the LED turning OFF.
 The new melody will be stored
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VER1.6
Video monitor (SL5478)
The SL5478 is a slimline version of the 5478. This
model is surface mount only and unlike the 5478
does not require a separate mounting plate.
Connections, programming, and functions are the
same as the 5478 with the exception of the “●●”
button which is non-latching on the SL5478. The “ “
button is also used instead of the “●●” button when
programming the call tone melody. The 4 way dip
switch is also different to the 5478 as shown below.
4 WAY DIPSWITCH
1
2
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
4
ON
ON
Video Mode
Coaxial video (V2 = V, GND = Screen)
Balance video (V1 & V2)
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Addressing range
: from 1 to 180 (BIN code)
Stand-by absorption
: approx 12mA standby on 12V input
Call absorption
: approx 70mA max on 12Vdc input (During a call)
: approx 250mA max on 20Vdc input (During a call)
Working temperature
: -10 +50 C°
Video monitor (VR5178, VR5478)
The VR5178 is a vandal resistant flush mount audio apartment station in 12 gauge stainless steel which
connects to the VX2200 bus via a 4 wire bus. The apartment station has half duplex speech (Handsfree
speech) and the facility to switch into simplex speech mode by holding the talk/answer button down. The
VR5478 also included a 3.5” TFT OSD monitor.
PUSH BUTTONS
Answer button - On an incoming call, operation of this button allows the user to answer and converse with the visitor. The
LED next to the button will illuminate.
Switch off button - With the system switched on (Call in progress), momentary operation of the button will switch the
apartment station off. The apartment station will also automatically switch off after a time delay if the button is not pressed.
The LED next to the button will go off.
Simplex button - Pressing and holding the button for more than 3 seconds will switch the apartment station into SIMPLEX
speech mode. Press and hold the button to speak to the caller (The LED next to the button will flash rapidly), release the
button to listen (The LED will flash slowly). If the button is not pressed for 10 seconds the apartment station will switch off.
The apartment station will revert to duplex speech when another call is made.
Privacy on-off button - Enable/disable the service. The LED next to the button will illuminate when the privacy service is
enabled.
During a call, this button acts as a menu button to enter programming mode.
Concierge call button – While in standby, press this button to call the concierge (If service is available).
Door open button - During a call, operation of this button will activate the door.
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Description
NOT USED
+12V output to power 894 video splitter
+15-20dc input to power video monitor
Balanced video signal 1
Balanced video signal 2 or coax centre core
Video ground
+12V output (Max 100mA)
NOT USED
NOT USED
+12V input
Bus 0V
Bus line
Local door bell input (Active low)
Alarm input (Active low)
Service button output (Open collector) Triggered by holding
Door monitoring LED input (+12Vdc to trigger)
for more than 3 seconds
Signal
T
+VD
+20
V1
V2
+Vo
2
4
+VI
L1
LB
AL5
SB
DL
PROGRAMMING
Address programming is carried out by setting the internal 8 way dip-switch to the positions shown on the
decimal/binary conversion table of this manual.
The four way dip-switch sets the video signal type accepted by the monitor as shown in the table below:4 WAY DIPSWITCH
1
2
3
4
Video Mode
ON
OFF
ON
ON
Coaxial video (V2 = V, - = M)
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Balance video (V1 & V2)
VR5178 PROGRAMMING
When in programming mode, after 3 seconds of idle time, the unit will return to normal operation storing the
parameter related to the function that was in progress.
VR5178 – Setting the number of rings
 When the system is in stand-by, press and hold “ ” until the related LED starts flashing and the intercoms
emit a beep.
 Press “ ” as many times (each press is confirmed by a beep) as the number of rings (max 9) required.
 Once the number of rings required is reached (i.e. press 5 times for 5 rings), wait (approx 3 seconds) until
the LED switches off.
 The new number of rings is stored.
VR5178 – Setting the melody and melody volume
 When the system is in stand-by, press and hold (for approx 10 seconds) the “ ” button until the intercom
plays the current melody and the “talk” and “privacy” LED’s illuminate. At the end of the current melody the
intercom emits a beep and the “talk” and “privacy” LED’s start to flash.
 To adjust the volume of the melody, press (several times or hold) the “ ” button to decrease the volume or
the “ ” button to increase the volume (the volume of emitted beeps vary according to the button pressed).
 Each time the “ ” button is pressed, a new melody (9 are available) is selected: the “talk” and “privacy”
LED’s stop flashing during play, at the end a beep is emitted and the two LED’s restart to flash.
Repeat the step above to select a new melody otherwise wait approx 3 seconds (the LEDs switch OFF)
without pressing any button to accept the melody played and set the volume as adjusted.
VR5178 - Privacy duration programming
 Press and hold “ ” (for approx 10 seconds) until the unit emits a beep and the related LED starts flashing.
 Each time “ ” is pressed, it will increase the privacy duration by 30 minutes (starting from 0 up to a
maximum of 20 hours i.e. pressing the button 6 times = 3 hours up to a maximum of 40 presses for 20
hours). To set the privacy with no time out do not press the button.
 Once the required privacy duration has been reached, wait 3 seconds for the exit beep.
 The new value is now stored.
VR5178 – Speech volume adjustments
 When a conversation is in progress (“speak” LED illuminated), press “ ”: the “privacy” LED starts flashing
and the “talk” LED turns OFF.
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 Press (several times or hold pressed) “ ” to increase the speech volume or the “ ” button to decrease
the volume.
 Once the required volume level is reached, wait approx 3 seconds or press again the “ ” button.
 The “privacy” LED switches OFF while the “talk” LED switches back ON.
VR5478 PROGRAMMING MENU’S
The video monitor has two menus for programming and adjustment functions:
st
1. The 1 menu can be entered when the system is in stand-by and allows the following settings:
 Privacy duration, melody volume, melody, number of rings. (Note: 20Vdc must be on for this function)
nd
2. The 2 menu is available when the system is turned ON (during a conversation or a camera recall)
 Speech volume, brightness, contrast, hue
Menu 1
 When the system is in stand-by (monitor turned OFF) press and hold (for approx 9 seconds) “ ” to enter
the programming menu;
 The menu appears on the display: the top of the screen shows “menu” followed by the available function
icons, the bottom of the screen shows the currently selected function value on the left, the currently
selected function icon in the middle and the next function icon on the right.
 The first function is the privacy duration time (max 20 hours): press (several times or hold) “ ” to increase
or “ ”to decrease the duration in multiples of 30 minutes for each press (signalled by a beep).
 Press “ ”to store the new value and to move onto the next programming option.
 Next is the melody volume: press (several times or hold) “ ”to increase or “ ” to decrease the melody
volume (signalled by a beep).
 Press “ ”to store the new value and to move onto the next programming option.
 Next is the melody type: press “ ”to hear and select the previous melody or “ ”to hear and select the
following melody (9 available).
 Press “ ” to store the new value and to move onto the next programming option.
 Next and final is the number of rings (max 9): (press several times or hold) “ ” to increase or “ ” to
decrease the number of rings.
 Press “ ”to store the new value and exit the programming menu, the monitor turns OFF.
Menu 2
 When the system is turned ON (conversation or camera recall) press “ ” to enter the programming menu.
 The menu appears on the display: the top of the screen shows “menu” followed by the allowed function
icons, the bottom of the screen shows the currently selected function value on the left, the currently
selected function icon in the middle and the next function icon on the right.
 The first function is the speech volume: press (Several times or hold) “ ” to increase or “ ” to decrease
the speech volume level (signalled by a beep).
 Press “ ” to store the new value and to move onto the next programming option.
 Next is the picture brightness: press (Several times or hold) “ ” to increase or “ ” to decrease the
brightness level (signalled by a beep).
 Press “ ” to store the new value and to move onto the next programming option.
 Next is the picture contrast: press (Several times or hold) “ ” to increase or “ ” to decrease the contrast
level (signalled by a beep).
 Press “ ” to store the new value and to move onto the next programming option.
 The next and last function is the picture hue: press (Several times or hold) “ ” to increase or “ ” to
decrease the hue level (signalled by a beep).
 Press “ ” to store the new value and exit the programming menu the monitor goes back to shown standard
messages for call progress.
Technical Specifications
Addressing range
Working voltage
Stand-by absorption
Phone max. absorption
Audio
: from 1 to 180 (BIN code)
: 12Vdc
: about 6mA
: about 50mA
Working temperature
: -10 +50 C°
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Video
: from 1 to 180 (BIN code)
: approx 12mA on 12V, 6mA on 20V inputs
: approx 70mA max on 12Vdc input
: approx 250mA max on 20Vdc input
: -10 +50 C°
VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
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Video monitor (3678)
The 3678 is a wall mount colour
videophone with 3.5” TFT OSD monitor.
Both handset and handsfree (Half duplex)
speech are available along with the facility
to switch into simplex speech mode by
holding the talk/answer button down for
more than 3 seconds. Additional features
include timed privacy, an auxillary outout and LED’s to indicate call
answer, privacy active and door release. An Art.5980 mounting
plate is required for this monitor.
PUSH BUTTONS
Answer button - On an incoming call, operation of this button allows the user to answer and converse with the visitor without
lifting the handset. The LED next to the button will illuminate.
Switch off button - With the system switched on (Call in progress), momentary operation of the button will end the call
(Alternatively, replacing the handset will also end the call). The apartment station will also automatically switch off after a time
delay if the button is not pressed. The LED next to the button will switch off.
Simplex button - Pressing and holding the button for more than 3 seconds will switch the apartment station into SIMPLEX
speech mode. Press and hold the button to speak to the caller (The LED next to the button will flash rapidly), release the
button to listen (The LED will flash slowly). If the button is not pressed for 10 seconds the apartment station will switch off.
The apartment station will revert to duplex speech when another call is made.
Privacy on-off button - Enable/disable the service. The LED next to the button will illuminate when the privacy service is
enabled. Pressing this button while the unit is ringing will reject a call.
During a call, this button acts as a menu button to enter programming mode if pressed momentarily or if pressing until a beep
is omitted, activates the auxiliary output (SB)
Concierge call button – While in standby, press this button to call the concierge (If service is available).
Door open button - During a call, operation of this button will activate the door.
Terminal
Signal
1&2
+20V
Video power supply input 17-20Vdc
Description
3&4
GND
Video power ground connection
5
V2/V
Balanced video V2 input or coax centre core (Set by 4 way dip-switches)
6
V1
7
L
8
GND
Balanced video V1 input
Data/speech bus input
Bus ground
9
LB
Local door bell input (Switched to ground to trigger)
10
AL
Alarm button input (Switch to ground to trigger)
11
12
13 & 14
SB
Not Used
S1 push button (Shorts to Ground when pressed)
Not Used
15
16
17
+VD
GND
12VO
+12Vdc output to power video distribution unit (Art. 894)
Ground
Regulated 12Vdc output
18
19
12VI
LD
+12Vdc power supply input
Auxiliary LED +12V input (LED next to door open button)
20
GND
Ground
PROGRAMMING
Address programming is carried out by setting the internal 8 way dip-switch to the positions shown on the
decimal/binary conversion table of this manual.
The four way dip-switch sets the video signal type accepted by the monitor as shown in the table below:4 WAY DIPSWITCH
1
2
3
4
Video Mode
ON
OFF
ON
ON
Coaxial video (V2 = V, - = M)
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Balance video (V1 & V2)
Note: Switches 3 & 4 are video end of line termination (Both on for end of line termination or both off for no end of line termination
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3678 PROGRAMMING MENU
The video monitor has two menus for programming and adjustment functions:
st
1. The 1 menu can be entered when the system is in stand-by and allows the following settings:
 Privacy duration, melody volume, melody, number of rings. (Note: 20Vdc must be on for this function)
nd
2. The 2 menu is available when the system is turned ON (during a conversation or a camera recall)
 Speech volume, brightness, contrast, hue
Menu 1
 When the system is in stand-by (monitor turned OFF) press and hold (for approx 9 seconds) “ ” to enter
the programming menu;
 The menu appears on the display: the top of the screen shows “menu” followed by the available function
icons, the bottom of the screen shows the currently selected function value on the left, the currently
selected function icon in the middle and the next function icon on the right.
 The first function is the privacy duration time (max 20 hours): press (several times or hold) “ ” to increase
or “ ”to decrease the duration in multiples of 30 minutes for each press (signalled by a beep).
 Press “ ”to store the new value and to move onto the next programming option.
 Next is the melody volume: press (several times or hold) “ ”to increase or “ ” to decrease the melody
volume (signalled by a beep).
 Press “ ”to store the new value and to move onto the next programming option.
 Next is the melody type: press “ ”to hear and select the previous melody or “ ”to hear and select the
following melody (9 available).
 Press “ ” to store the new value and to move onto the next programming option.
 Next and final is the number of rings (max 9): (press several times or hold) “ ” to increase or “ ” to
decrease the number of rings.
 Press “ ”to store the new value and exit the programming menu, the monitor turns OFF.
Menu 2
 When the system is turned ON (conversation or camera recall) press “ ” to enter the programming menu.
 The menu appears on the display: the top of the screen shows “menu” followed by the allowed function
icons, the bottom of the screen shows the currently selected function value on the left, the currently
selected function icon in the middle and the next function icon on the right.
 The first function is the speech volume: press (Several times or hold) “ ” to increase or “ ” to decrease
the speech volume level (signalled by a beep).
 Press “ ” to store the new value and to move onto the next programming option.
 Next is the picture brightness: press (Several times or hold) “ ” to increase or “ ” to decrease the
brightness level (signalled by a beep).
 Press “ ” to store the new value and to move onto the next programming option.
 Next is the picture contrast: press (Several times or hold) “ ” to increase or “ ” to decrease the contrast
level (signalled by a beep).
 Press “ ” to store the new value and to move onto the next programming option.
 The next and last function is the picture hue: press (Several times or hold) “ ” to increase or “ ” to
decrease the hue level (signalled by a beep).
 Press “ ” to store the new value and exit the programming menu the monitor goes back to shown standard
messages for call progress.
Technical Specifications
Addressing range
Working voltage
Stand-by absorption
Phone max. absorption
Working temperature
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: from 1 to 180 (BIN code)
: 20V input (17 – 20Vdc)
: 12C input (12 – 14Vdc)
: approx 12mA on 12V input, 6mA on 20V input
: approx 70mA max on 12Vdc input
: approx 250mA max on 20Vdc input
: -10 +50 C°
VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
EXTENSION SOUNDER (512D) EXTENSION RELAY (512DR)
512DR
512D
Compatible with the “2 wire” BUS and has an 8 way Dip-switch to program the address of the device. Up to
3 units can be addressed with the same number (Ex.: 1 intercom and 2 extension sounders to be operated
with the same apartment number). The call tone is different according to the origin of the call (Main entrance
call or local door bell). A two level volume control is available using jumper JP1 (only for 512D, while for
512DR the JP1 is not used and stays in position “H”). Through the jumper JP2 it is possible to set the
number of rings (512D) or the number of relay pulses (512DR) between 1 or 6. The current consumption on
the BUS line is less than 1mA in stand-by mode. The Art.512DR can also be used as a “service relay” for the
entire BUS, activated by the alarm signal from an apartment. To use this function it is necessary to give the
unit the address 255.
-
The 512D unit will ring according to the programming (1 or 6 times), or until the intercom handset is
picked up.
The 512DR unit will operate the relay for 1 or 6 x 2 seconds on, 2 seconds off ,according to the
programming, or until the intercom handset is picked up.
Local call:
- The 512D unit will ring the number of times the local bell is pressed.
- The 512DR unit will activate the relay each time the local bell is pressed and will remain active as long
as the local bell remains pressed.
Alarm (only for 512DR addressed as 255)
The unit 512DR will activate the relay for 1 second (Independent of JP2 jumper settings).
Programming
The address of the unit must be programmed by means of the internal 8 way Dip-switch (see conversion
table decimal/binary) and must be the same as the phone or videophone connected in the apartment. To use
as a service relay activated by the alarm signals sent on the bus, set the address to 255.
The jumper JP1 is used to set the volume of the call tone: position “H” = high, position “L” = low (only for
512D, in the 512DR unit the JP1 must stay in position “H”).
The jumper JP2 enables the configuration of the number of rings or relay pulses: position “A” = 1
ring/pulse, position “B” = 6 rings/pulses.
In order to synchronize the local apartment call with the telephone, connect the “LB” terminal with the “LB”
phone terminal.
Technical specifications
Addressing range
Stand-by absorption
Call absorption
Relay contacts
Working temperature
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:
:
:
:
:
from 1 to 180
less than about 0.9mA
Approx. 15mA
(Art.512DR)1A 125Vac max
-10 +50 C°
VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
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INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS
Installation and maintenance must be carried out by specialized engineers only. Do not install the
components of the system in humid environments or near heat sources. Make sure that the power supplies
present in the system are not connected to the mains during the installation of devices. Before powering the
system, check that the cabling is correct. The wiring diagrams must always be followed (in case of different
applications contact Videx technical) and always use cables as outlined below. It is advisable to separate the
Mains lines (lift, electricity, electricity lock, etc.) from the BUS lines (A distance of at least 10 cm) to avoid
electrostatic discharge and magnetic influence that could cause problems to the on the system. It is also very
important to set all dip switches before powering up. If any are changed for any reason it is necessary to
power that device down and then back up for the change to take effect.
GUIDELINES TO OVERCOME EXTREME ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE
In situations of EMI where interference is affecting the functions of the system it is advised to add the
following:
 Loop the mains cable twice through the ferrite core (Model No. RT310-190-160 or
equivalent).
 Loop the bus cable which connects the video distributor to the videophone
twice through the ferrite core (Model No. RKCF-13-A5 or equivalent)
For the mains cable:-
For the videophone:-
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VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
CABLE GUIDE
The following table outlines the maximum resistance allowed from furthest point to furthest point.
Cable sizes
Distance
up to
100m
200m
350m
500m
(-) (L) (V1)* (V2)*
Signals
0.3mmsq AWG22
0.6mmsq AWG19
1.0mmsq AWG17
1.5mmsq AWG15
(-)* (+20)*
Signals
0.6mmsq AWG19
1.0mmsq AWG17
1.5mmsq AWG15
Max. Resistence
7.5 Ohms
Max. Resistence
5 Ohms
Supply cables ( power supply  outdoor station): they must have a minimum size of 1.0mmsq (AWG17)
or more (Depending on the distance between the supply’s and the outdoor station) with maximum resistance
of 1.5 Ohm per core.
Door panel earth: All vandal resistant door panels must be earthed (Earth studs will be found on all vandal
2
resistant panels and back boxes). To accomadate this we suggest running a 2.5mm earth cable from the
panel to the control cabinet where it can be connected to the cabinets earth.
Art.3161 Art.3162 Art.3171 Art.3172
MIN. CORES
<50m
<100m
2
<400m
<500m
4 Pair CW1308
CAT5
4 Pair CW1308
2
4 Core 0.5mm
YY
CAT5
6 Pair CW1308
2
4 Core 0.75mm
YY
<200m
6 Pair CW1308
2
4 Core 1.0mm
YY
<300m
4 Core
2
1.5mm YY
4 Core
2
2.5mm YY
4 Pair CW1308
CAT5
6 Pair CW1308
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
6 Pair CW1308
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
10 Pair CW1308
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
7 Core
2
1.5mm YY
7 Core
2
2.5mm YY
4 Pair CW1308
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
6 Pair CW1308
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
10 Pair CW1308
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
12 Core
2
1.0mm YY
Not
recommended
Art.3176
3
Art.5178 Art.VR5178
4
4 Pair CW1308
CAT5
Art.3371 Art.3471
MIN. CORES
<50m
Balanced = 6
4 Pair CW1308
CAT5
Coax = 4 + Coax
4 Pair CW1308 or
CAT5
+ RG59 (BC)
<100m
<200m
6 Pair CW1308
or
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
6 Pair CW1308
or
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
+ RG59 (BC)
10 Pair CW1308
or
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
6 Pair CW1308
or
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
+ RG59 (BC)
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
<300m
<400m
<500m
2
Not
recommended
Not
recommended
2
12 Core
2
0.75mm YY
+ RG11 (BC)
12 Core
2
1.0mm YY
+ RG11 (BC)
6 Pair CW1308
or
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
6 Pair CW1308
or
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
+ RG59 (BC)
10 Pair CW1308
or
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
6 Pair CW1308
or
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
+ RG59 (BC)
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
2
Not
recommended
Not
recommended
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
+ RG11 (BC)
2
12 Core
2
0.75mm YY
+ RG11 (BC)
12
2
Core1.0mm
YY
+ RG11 (BC)
2
Not
recommended
Not
recommended
Not
recommended
2
12 Core
2
0.75mm YY
+ RG11 (BC)
12 Core
2
1.0mm YY
+ RG11 (BC)
12 Core
2
1.5mm YY
+ RG11 (BC)
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
+ RG11 (BC)
Art.3376 Art.3476
Balanced = 7
4 Pair CW1308
Coax = 5 + Coax
4 Pair CW1308
+ RG59 (BC)
Art.5476 Art.5478 Art.SL5478 Art.VR5478 Art.3678
Balanced = 8
6 Pair CW1308
Coax = 7 + Coax
6 Pair CW1308
+ RG59 (BC)
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10 Pair CW1308
or
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
10 Pair CW1308
or
2
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
+ RG59 (BC)
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
12 Core 0.5mm
YY
+ RG59 (BC)
VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
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CAT5 NOTES: Only recommended for systems with up to 20 apartments and maximum distances of 70m for
mono video or 100m for colour video. Calculations based on a DC loop resistance <0.188 Ohm/m (Converts
to 94 Ohm/km). The following cores should be used on video systems. It is recommended to double up as a
minimum (More cores may be required) the cores on audio systems as well:-
Orange & Orange/White pair = +20
Green = V1
Green/White = V2
Blue & Blue/White pair = L
Brown & Brown/White pair = 0V
Note: Link the bus ground and the video
ground terminals at the videophone.
CW1308 NOTES: CW1308 should have a maximum resistance of 97.8Ω/km. Calculate how many cores are
required for each connection ensuring the maximum overall resistance on the L, - does not exceed 7.5 Ω, V1
& V2 does not exceed 15Ω and the power connections (+12, +20 & Video ground) does not exceed 5Ω. All
other connections can have a maximum resistance of 10Ω
COAX NOTES: All videophones and video monitors can be supplied with coax video or balanced video (Dip
switches must be set correctly). The following cables are recommended:
RG59(BC) for internal use and distances of up to 200m (BC stands for bare copper. Copper coated
steel CCS versions should not be used)
RG11 for internal use and distances up to 600m.
CT100 for external protected use and distances up to 200m.
CT125 for external protected use and distances up to 600m.
2
YY NOTES: It is not recommended to use YY cable larger than 0.5mm for the balanced video connections
V1 & V2 or to try doubling up on these connections as this will increase the capacitance of the cable and
could deteriorate the picture quality.
All the above cables are for internal wiring only unless otherwise stated.
SYSTEM NOTES
 Before switch on the system, check the cabling and set all dip-switches
 Remember to terminate the video end of line.
 All phones, videophones and accessories are identified by an address programmed through the 8 way Dipswitch and each device must have a different address; see decimal/binary conversion table to program the
addresses. Note that each peripheral (phone, videophone or accessory) reads its address from the
dip-switch at power up (when the system is powered): to change the address of a peripheral, it is
necessary that the peripheral is disconnected from the system (disconnect the BUS wires for the
device, and then reconnect.
 In case someone needs to activate more than one device by a single call (for example 2 intercoms in the
same apartment or 1 intercom and 1 additional sounder or 2 videophones, etc.), all devices must have the
same address (up to 3 devices max.). If the 3 units are videophones, to switch on at the same time another
power supply must be added, because the power supply Art.893N1 can supply a maximum 2 videophones
at the same time.
 It is necessary to check that master and slave programming of call panels are correct.
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VER1.6
SPEECH ADJUSTMENT
It is necessary to adjust the speech volume to have the best performance without “Larsen” effect
(Feedback). It is advisable to carry out the following procedure:
1. Be sure that microphone volume and speaker volume trimmers are in the middle position ( access holes
to the trimmers at the back of the panels);
2. Make a call from the panel to the nearest phone on the BUS (the handset must be picked up) and speak
near the microphone of the outdoor station adjusting the balance trimmer in order to have the lowest
feedback from the speaker of the outdoor station;
3. Make another call towards the farthest phone in the BUS line (the handset must be picked up), then
check the speech again at the nearest phone;
To adjust the handset microphone level, turn left or right the VR1 trimmer (inside the unit).
DIP-SWITCH SETTINGS
The following tables can be used when setting dip-switches on telephones, videophones and video monitors.
Please note: All dip-switches must be set before power up.
Dip-sw 2 =off
Dip-sw 3 =off
Dip-sw 2 =on
Dip-sw 3 =off
DIP-SWITCH setting
Dec.
Nr.
Art.2203
Input Matrix
1
1a
ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
65
1a
ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
2
1b
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
66
1b
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
3
1c
ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
67
1c
ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
4
1d
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
68
1d
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
5
1e
ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
69
1e
ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
6
1f
OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
70
1f
OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
7
1g
ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
71
1g
ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
8
1h
OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
72
1h
OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF
9
2a
ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
73
2a
ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF
10
2b
OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
74
2b
OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF
11
2c
ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
75
2c
ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF
12
2d
OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
76
2d
OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF
13
2e
ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
77
2e
ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF
14
2f
OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
78
2f
OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF
15
2g
ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
79
2g
ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF
16
2h
OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
80
2h
OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF
17
3a
ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
81
3a
ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF
18
3b
OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
82
3b
OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF
19
3c
ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
83
3c
ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF
20
3d
OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
84
3d
OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF
21
3e
ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
85
3e
ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF
22
3f
OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
86
3f
OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF
23
3g
ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
87
3g
ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF
24
3h
OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF
88
3h
OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF
25
4a
ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF
89
4a
ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF
26
4b
OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF
90
4b
OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF
27
4c
ON ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF
91
4c
ON ON OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF
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Dip-sw 2 =off
Dip-sw 3 =off
Dip-sw 2 =on
Dip-sw 3 =off
DIP-SWITCH setting
Dec.
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Art.2203
Input Matrix
28
4d
OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF
92
4d
OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF ON OFF
29
4e
ON OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF
93
4e
ON OFF ON ON ON OFF ON OFF
30
4f
OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF
94
4f
OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF
31
4g
ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF
95
4g
ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF
32
4h
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
96
4h
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF
33
5a
ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
97
5a
ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF
34
5b
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
98
5b
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF
35
5c
ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
99
5c
ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF
36
5d
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
100
5d
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF
37
5e
ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
101
5e
ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF
38
5f
OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
102
5f
OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF
39
5g
ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
103
5g
ON ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF
40
5h
OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF
104
5h
OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF
41
6a
ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF
105
6a
ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF
42
6b
OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF
106
6b
OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF
43
6c
ON ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF
107
6c
ON ON OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF
44
6d
OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF
108
6d
OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON ON OFF
45
6e
ON OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF
109
6e
ON OFF ON ON OFF ON ON OFF
46
6f
OFF ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF
110
6f
OFF ON ON ON OFF ON ON OFF
47
6g
ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF
111
6g
ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON OFF
48
6h
OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF
112
6h
OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF
49
7a
ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF
113
7a
ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF
50
7b
OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF
114
7b
OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF
51
7c
ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF
115
7c
ON ON OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF
52
7d
OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF
116
7d
OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF
53
7e
ON OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF
117
7e
ON OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF
54
7f
OFF ON ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF
118
7f
OFF ON ON OFF ON ON ON OFF
55
7g
ON ON ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF
119
7g
ON ON ON OFF ON ON ON OFF
56
7h
OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF
120
7h
OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF
57
8a
ON OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF
121
8a
ON OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF
58
8b
OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF
122
8b
OFF ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF
59
8c
ON ON OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF
123
8c
ON ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF
60
8d
OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF
124
8d
OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF
61
8e
ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF
125
8e
ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF
62
8f
OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF
126
8f
OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF
63
8g
ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF
127
8g
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF
64
8h
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
128
1a
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
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Dip-sw 2 =off
Dip-sw 3 =on
Dip-sw 2 =off
Dip-sw 3 =on
DIP-SWITCH setting
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Art.2203-1
Input Matrix
129
1b
ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
155
4d
ON ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON
130
1c
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
156
4e
OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF ON
131
1d
ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
157
4f
ON OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF ON
132
1e
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
158
4g
OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON
133
1f
ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
159
4h
ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON
134
1g
OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
160
5a
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON
135
1h
ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
161
5b
ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON
136
2a
OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON
162
5c
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON
137
2b
ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON
163
5d
ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON
138
2c
OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON
164
5e
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON
139
2d
ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON
165
5f
ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON
140
2e
OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON
166
5g
OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON
141
2f
ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON
167
5h
ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON
142
2g
OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON
168
6a
OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON
143
2h
ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON
169
6b
ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON
144
3a
OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON
170
6c
OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON
145
3b
ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON
171
6d
ON ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON
146
3c
OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON
172
6e
OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF ON
147
3d
ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON
173
6f
ON OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF ON
148
3e
OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON
174
6g
OFF ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON
149
3f
ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON
175
6h
ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON
150
3g
OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON
176
7a
OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON
151
3h
ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON
177
7b
ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON
152
4a
OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON
178
7c
OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON
153
4b
ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON
179
7d
ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON
154
4c
OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON
180
7e
OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF ON
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM FOUND
The system has power but the front panel does
not turn on.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1.
2.
Front panel display shows “ERROR” and the
unit makes acoustic intermittent signals at
intervals of approx. 2 seconds.
The system, at the moment of the call, is not
able to let the extension ring, the front panel
makes acoustic signals of line engaged and the
display shows “Error”.
The outdoor station makes the call correctly,
but when the user answers, the communication
is cut off.
During the conversation, when the door is
opened, the communication is cut off.
The calls goes through, but the conversation is
one-way only.
The audio level of conversation is too low.
The audio level is at its limit or oscillates
(Larsen effect).
The door release is not working.
The local floor call does not work.
The internal video stations do not turn on.
Probable short circuit on the BUS “─”and
“L” line;
2.
Reversion of
polarity on the BUS
connection of a phone, videophone or
accessory;
3.
Panel programmed as “Slave” when it
should be as “Master”.
1.
The phone or videophone called is not
correctly connected;
2.
The cable size (BUS) is to small;
3.
The address programmed on the dipswitch (of the phone, videophone or
accessory) does not correspond to that
called;
4.
The concierge (if present in the system)
has been left in programming mode.
The cable size is too small.
1.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check the connection of the BUS
Double or increase cable size;
Check that the address associated to the
call corresponds to that programmed on
the dip-switch of the phone (videophone
or accessory);
Remove concierge from programming
mode.
Double or increase cable size
The supplying voltage on the outdoor station is
too low (under 10.5V).
Increase the supply cable size (GND & 13V).
Check voltage output on PSU and adjust if
necessary.
Adjust on the outdoor station trimmers for
microphone and loudspeaker so as to have the
best levels without oscillations (Larsen effect)
Adjust on the outdoor station the “balance”
trimmer until the problem is solved and/or
lower the volumes of the microphone and
loudspeaker.
1.
Change the lock;
2.
Check connection continuity;
3.
Increase cable size;
4.
Check power supply output;
1.
Check defect;
2.
Check connection.
1.
Check 893 with and without a load;
2.
“-C” terminal of art.893N not correctly
connected to the “SL” terminal of the
outdoor station;
3.
Check the continuity of the connection
between the monitor supplying wires and
the videophones interested.
1.
Check and/or change art 830NC;
2.
Check connection continuity.
3.
Check all dip-switches and jumpers.
The levels of the conversation volumes in both
directions are not appropriately adjusted or
balanced.
The “Balance” trimmer (outdoor station) is not
appropriately set and/or the conversation
volumes are programmed to high.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
1.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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1.
2.
Check the GND and +13V connections
on PSU and on panel, then check the
protection fuse on the output of PSU and
change it if necessary;
Check PSU output with and without load.
Check the BUS connections.
Check the polarity of the devices
connected.
Configure the device as ”Master”
Double or increase cable size
3.
The internal video station turns on but the
quality of the image is bad or reflected.
1.
The cable size is too small.
2.
The internal video stations turn on, but the
image does not appear.
Interruption or short circuit of the 13Vdc
output on PSU to the outdoor station;
PSU defective or fuse blown.
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
Lock defective;
Connection wrong or interrupted;
Cable size to small;
Lock PSU faulty.
Call push button defective;
Connection wrong or interrupted.
Art.893N power supply defective or in
protection;
Art.893N is not operated by the outdoor
station during the call (SL terminal);
Connection wrong or interrupted.
Art.830NC video camera not supplied or
defective;
Connection of the V1-V2 signals
interrupted or wrong.
Video dip-switches on monitor or
jumpers on camera incorrectly positioned
Signal V1 or V2 not connected or in short
circuit;
V1 & V2 signals inverted;
Closing resistances are missing at the end
of the BUS video.
Dip-switches or jumpers on monitor or
camera not correctly positioned
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2.
3.
4.
Check the continuity of the connection
and the isolation to the ground;
Check and in case invert the connections;
Check and in case apply the closing
resistances on the BUS video.
Check dip-switches and jumpers.
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SYSTEM COMPONENTS
800 Series Digital Front Panels (2202M, 2202MR)
These units are built into a double 800 series module (stainless steel/S or aluminium/A) and have a 2 line16
character LCD display, speaker unit and numeric keypad with either 8 alpha buttons [A-H] (VX2202/2202M)
or 3 scroll buttons (VX2202R/2202MR) to navigate the “Repertory Names”. A PC based programming kit is
also available (SP37) which includes software and serial cable to simplify the programming of large
installations.
Vandal resistant Digital Front Panels (SP300, SP301)
These units are based on the 800 series module electronics and have a 2 line 16 character LCD display,
speaker unit and numeric keypad, and 12 gauge stainless steel facia with bezel back box.
4000 Series Digital Front Panels (4202, 4202R, 4202V, 4202RV)
The 4000 Series door panels have the same features as the 800 series version but are based on the 4000
series modular system and can also include mono or colour video within the two module design. Versions
with either alpha buttons [A-F] or scroll buttons are available and include a high contrast blue back lit 2 line
16 character LCD display. The face plate is available in either mirror finish stainless steel (standard version)
or matt finish anodized aluminium).
Digital panels features:
-
Call up to 998 users (Version 5.0 software or later) (only 150 with 900 Series telephone);
Call up to 255 users when using 316x telephones;
Open the door by means of an individual personal access code
Enter the “programming menu” (by using a programmable master code), where it is possible to assign:
a. Trade access code for periodic visitors such as postman etc
b. one or more apartment numbers for each telephone
c. one or more individual access codes (up to 6 digits)
d. User name (Scroll facility door panels only)
e. the device number for each outdoor station
f.
Choose from six languages
g. speech play back system
h. speech time and door opening time (up to 255 seconds);
i.
Automatic test mode
-
Connect up to 10 entrance panels (main or secondary). An installation can consist of main entrances (Which can call all users) and
block entrances (Which can only call users in these blocks). On two level systems of this type a VX2206 bus exchange device is
needed per block.
The LCD display will show all relevant information during the call procedure along with acoustic signals and
voice annunciation.
8000 Series Functional module (8203-0, 8203-1, 8203-2)
Built into a single 8000 series module and includes the speaker unit and interfaces to the digital bus. Up to
64 push buttons can be added to the interface using the 8843, 8844, 845 expansion button modules. (The
8203 is available with either 1 button, 2 buttons or no buttons).
4000 Series Functional Module (4203-0, 4203-1, 4203-2, 4203-1D, 4203-2D)
Built into a single 4000 series module and includes the speaker unit plus 4 LED’s to provide call progress
information. Up to 64 push buttons can be connected (Modules available with button options 0, 1, 2 or 4).
Using the standard 4000 series expansion button modules Art.4842, 4843, 4844, 4845, 4842D, 4843D,
4844D and 4845D. The module is available with front plate in stainless steel mirror finished (standard
version) or in matt finish anodized aluminium.
4000 Series Functional Module with camera (4283-0, 4283-1, 4283-1D)
Built into a single 4000 series module and includes the speaker unit, camera, plus 4 LED’s to provide call
progress information. Up to 32 push buttons can be connected (Modules available with button options 0, 1 or
2). Using the standard 4000 series expansion button modules Art.4842, 4843, 4844, 4845, 4842D, 4843D,
4844D and 4845D. The module is available with front plate in stainless steel mirror finished (standard
version) or in matt finish anodized aluminium and also with mono or colour camera (Suffix \C for colour).
Vandal resistant Functional panels. (Art.138, VR4K2W)
The VR functional panels include the 138 amplifier module. Up to 23 call buttons can be connected and the
unit benefits from all the features of the 4000 series module plus a push to exit button input.
Optional 4 way isolation PCB (2204-1)
This unit isolates the telephones from the main 2 wire bus preventing a single telephone from compromising
the system. One PCB is required for every four handsets. (The L & - terminals are isolated by this PCB).
Optional 4 way isolation PCB with full isolation of all signals and bus connection. (2204N)
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This unit isolates the telephones from the main bus preventing a single telephone from compromising the
system. One PCB is required for every four handsets. (The L, -, +12, S1 & D terminals are isolated by this
PCB). A piggy back video isolation PCB is also available for this audio isolation PCB (Available in both coax
and non-coax video versions).
Non-Coax Video Distributor & 20Vdc Video PSU isolation (316I)
Video splitter PCB for no-coax video systems, One required for every four videophones. This PCB can be
used as a piggy back card to the 2204N
Coax Video Distributor & 20Vdc Video PSU isolation (894I)
As above but for coax video systems.
BUS Exchanger (2206A, 2206V)
For use with two level systems with main entrances and block entrances. Enables multiple speech paths
(One per block). Use 2206A for audio systems and 2206V for video systems.
BUS Exchanger (2206N)
For use with two level systems with main entrances and block entrances. Enables multiple speech paths
(One per block). The 2206N allows up to 998 apartments to be called from a main entrance and up to 180
apartments per block. The unit can also be used to extend a single level system up to 998 apartments using
more than one riser bus cable.
Concierge unit (2210A, 2210V)
The 2210 allows an operator to handle and to transfer the calls from and to the users. Depending on the
selected operating mode (day-night-off), it is possible to carry out different functions from the concierge. For
video intercom systems, it is necessary to use 2210V (As 2210A but with additional flat screen monitor).
2 wire bus to 4+1 converter (2280)
The 2280 enables the connection of either the Videx Telephone Interface (380) or the Videx apartment
station (500MM) to the VX2200 system "2 wire" Bus.
Audio telephones (3171, 3172 and 3176)
3000 Series intercoms for the VX2200 Digital System. All 3 intercoms have a door-open/call to concierge
button plus an electronic call tone with a 3 level volume control which can be adjusted by the user. The 3171
and 3172 have a dry contact service push button and the 3172 has a slide privacy switch. The 3176 has a
timed privacy push button with red privacy LED and a green “door open” LED (The door open LED requires
an additional wire).
Audio apartment stations (5178, 5178/CA and 5178/CR, VR5178)
5000 Series surface apartment stations available in white, silver or carbon fibre finishes. Including features
such as half duplex handsfree speech or optional simplex speech mode, timed privacy facility with LED, door
open LED and additional service buttons. Also available in vandal resistant flush.
Basic function audio telephone (3161, 3162)
3000 series low cost telephones with restricted features. The 3161 has a “door open” button and “service”
button. The 3162 also includes a slide mute switch. These telephones can only be used on audio systems
without isolation or a concierge.
Videophones (3371, 3376, 3471, 3476)
3000 Series videophones with coax and non coax video inputs. The 3371 (3471 for colour video) has 5
buttons: “door open”/call to concierge, camera recall/alarm and 3 service push button. The 3376 (3476 for
colour video) is similar to the 3371 but also includes timed privacy with red privacy LED, door open LED
(Requires one additional wire) and one less service push button.
Videomonitors (5478, 5478/CA, 5478/CR, VR5478)
5000 Series videomonitors with coax and non coax video inputs. Including colour video, timed privacy
facility, half duplex handsfree speech (Optional handset kit or simplex speech option) and spare service
buttons. A flush mounting kit is also available for these monitors which are also available in white, silver or
carbon fibre affect finishes. Also available in vandal resistant flush.
Videophone (3678)
3600 Series videophones with coax and non coax video inputs. Colour TFT 3.5” monitor with OSD. 3
buttons: “door open”/call to concierge, camera recall/call answer and privacy. Includes both handset and
handsfree speech, timed privacy facility and privacy, door open and answer LED’s
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Extension sounder (512D)
Extension Sounder in a white plastic wall mount box. Connects directly to the 2 wire bus.
Extension relay (512DR)
As the 512D but with a dry contact relay (24V 100mA) instead of the sounder.
Non-coax camera module (830/NC, 830C/NC)
800 series camera module with infrared illumination. “No coax” required. (Colour camera 830C/NC has white
LED’s as oppose to IR LED’s)
Coax camera (830, 830C)
As above but for coax video systems. Use 830NC /830NC/C for non-coax camera.
Coax/Non-coax camera (4830, 4830C)
A 4000 series camera with both coax and non-coax connections. Available in mono or colour.
1A DIN Rail Power Supply Unit (521B)
For audio systems with battery back-up facility, 230Vac / 13Vdc/ac – 1 Amp.
Video Power Supply (893N1)
For video systems, 230 Vac / 20Vdc – 1 A peak current (0.8 A continuous current).
Audio control cabinet (SP400, SP405)
Lockable control cabinet for one door (SP400) and up to 4 doors (SP405) audio systems. Includes a
BST/GMT time clock, PSU and facility for a backup battery.
Video control cabinet (SP410, SP415)
Lockable control cabinet for one door (SP410) and up to 4 doors (SP415) video systems. Includes a
BST/GMT time clock, PSU’s for both audio and video, video switching PCB (Multipe door cabinet only) and
facility for a backup battery (Audio backup only).
Non-Coax Video Distributor (316, 316N)
Video splitter for no-coax video systems, One required for every four videophones.
Coax Video Distributor (894, 894N)
As above but for coax video systems.
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Unit 4-7 Chillingham Ind. Est.
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE6 2XX
TEL 0870 300 1240
FAX 0191 224 5678
Southern Office
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VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
VER1.6
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