8128 SIP Strobe Light FW Version 2.7.4 Installation

8128 SIP Strobe Light FW Version 2.7.4 Installation
8128 SIP Strobe Light
8128 SIP Strobe Light
FW Version 2.7.4
Installation & Configuration
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Table of Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ...................................................................................................... 5
ABOUT THE ALGO 8128 SIP STROBE LIGHT ............................................................................................. 6
WHAT'S INCLUDED ....................................................................................................................................... 6
GETTING STARTED – QUICK INSTALL & TEST .......................................................................................... 7
WEB INTERFACE ..................................................................................................................................... 9
MULTICAST OVERVIEW ........................................................................................................................ 10
WIRING CONNECTIONS ........................................................................................................................ 11
NETWORK CONNECTION ............................................................................................................................. 11
TERMINAL BLOCK RELAY IN ......................................................................................................................... 11
TERMINAL BLOCK RELAY OUT ...................................................................................................................... 11
TERMINAL BLOCK RESET.............................................................................................................................. 12
WEB INTERFACE LOGIN ........................................................................................................................ 13
STATUS .................................................................................................................................................... 13
BASIC SETTINGS TAB – SIP.................................................................................................................... 14
SIP DOMAIN (PROXY SERVER) ..................................................................................................................... 14
SIP EXTENSION.......................................................................................................................................... 14
AUTHENTICATION ID .................................................................................................................................. 15
AUTHENTICATION PASSWORD ...................................................................................................................... 15
MONITORING MODE .................................................................................................................................. 15
BASIC SETTINGS TAB - FEATURES ......................................................................................................... 16
GENERAL FLASH PATTERNS .......................................................................................................................... 16
TEST FLASH PATTERN.................................................................................................................................. 17
FLASH PATTERN – (RING/IN-USE/HOLD) ...................................................................................................... 17
CONTINUOUS ............................................................................................................................................ 18
RELAY INPUT DETECTION............................................................................................................................. 18
RELAY INPUT ACTION ................................................................................................................................. 18
RELAY OUTPUT MODE ................................................................................................................................ 18
MULTICAST IP ADDRESSES ................................................................................................................... 19
BASIC SETTINGS TAB – MULTICAST (MASTER SETTINGS) ...................................................................... 20
MULTICAST MODE (MASTER/SENDER SELECTED)............................................................................................ 20
MASTER ZONE........................................................................................................................................... 20
SEND FLASH PATTERN AND CADENCE ............................................................................................................ 21
SEND 8180-COMPATIBLE CONTROL SIGNAL ................................................................................................... 21
ZONE DEFINITIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 21
BASIC SETTINGS TAB - MULTICAST (SLAVE SETTINGS) .......................................................................... 22
MULTICAST MODE (SLAVE SELECTED) ........................................................................................................... 22
SLAVE ZONES ............................................................................................................................................ 22
ZONE DEFINITIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 23
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ADVANCED SETTINGS TAB - NETWORK ................................................................................................ 24
PROTOCOL ................................................................................................................................................ 24
VLAN MODE ............................................................................................................................................ 25
VLAN ID ................................................................................................................................................. 25
VLAN PRIORITY ........................................................................................................................................ 25
DIFFERENTIATED SERVICES (6-BIT DSCP VALUE) ............................................................................................. 25
ADVANCED SETTINGS TAB - ADMIN ..................................................................................................... 26
PASSWORD ............................................................................................................................................... 26
CONFIRMATION ......................................................................................................................................... 26
DEVICE NAME ........................................................................................................................................... 26
INTRODUCTION SECTION ON STATUS PAGE ..................................................................................................... 27
WEB INTERFACE SESSION TIMEOUT............................................................................................................... 27
LOG LEVEL ................................................................................................................................................ 27
LOG SIZE .................................................................................................................................................. 27
LOG METHOD............................................................................................................................................ 27
LOG SERVER .............................................................................................................................................. 27
HARDWARE WATCHDOG ............................................................................................................................. 27
SNMP SUPPORT (V1 GET ONLY) .................................................................................................................. 27
ADVANCED SETTINGS TAB - TIME ........................................................................................................ 28
TIME ZONE ............................................................................................................................................... 28
NTP TIME SERVER ..................................................................................................................................... 28
ADVANCED SETTINGS TAB - PROVISIONING ......................................................................................... 29
MD5 CHECKSUM ....................................................................................................................................... 30
GENERATING A GENERIC CONFIGURATION FILE................................................................................................. 30
GENERATING A SPECIFIC CONFIGURATION FILE ................................................................................................. 31
ADVANCED SETTINGS TAB – ADDITIONAL EXTENSIONS ....................................................................... 32
ADVANCED SETTINGS TAB – ADVANCED SIP ........................................................................................ 33
OUTBOUND PROXY .................................................................................................................................... 33
STUN SERVER........................................................................................................................................... 33
REGISTER PERIOD (SECONDS) ....................................................................................................................... 33
KEEP-ALIVE METHOD.................................................................................................................................. 33
SERVER REDUNDANCY FEATURE ................................................................................................................... 34
BACKUP SERVER #1.................................................................................................................................... 34
BACKUP SERVER #2.................................................................................................................................... 34
POLLING INTERVALS (SECONDS) .................................................................................................................... 34
POLL ACTIVE SERVER .................................................................................................................................. 34
AUTOMATIC FAILBACK ................................................................................................................................ 34
POLLING METHOD ..................................................................................................................................... 34
SYSTEM TAB – MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................. 35
DOWNLOAD CONFIGURATION FILE................................................................................................................ 35
RESTORE CONFIGURATION FILE .................................................................................................................... 35
RESTORE CONFIGURATION TO DEFAULTS........................................................................................................ 35
REBOOT THE DEVICE ................................................................................................................................... 35
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FIRMWARE IMAGE ..................................................................................................................................... 36
MD5 CHECKSUM ....................................................................................................................................... 36
UPGRADE 8128 SIP STROBE LIGHT FIRMWARE .............................................................................................. 36
SYSTEM TAB – NETWORK LOGGING ..................................................................................................... 36
OPTIONAL COLORED LENS COVER ........................................................................................................ 37
SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................... 37
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT ............................................................................................................ 38
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8128 SIP Strobe Light
Important Safety Information
The 8128 SIP Strobe Light is NOT INTENDED FOR FIRE
ALARM SIGNALLING APPLICATIONS.
The 8128 SIP Strobe Light is intended for informative signaling in
conjunction with unified communication systems. The 8128 Strobe
Light is suitable for OSHA and ADA compliance when properly located
and configured.
DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY at the 8128 SIP Strobe Light while
operating in close proximity, as vision may be affected. The LEDs in
the 8128 light are classified according to the IEC 62471-2006 standard
as "RG-2" for risk group 2. This is defined as "Moderate risk. Does not
pose a hazard due to aversion response to bright light or thermal
discomfort".
PHOTO-SENSITIVITY in some people with epilepsy can
trigger seizures from flashing or flickering lights. It is possible that
some flash patterns of the 8128 SIP Strobe Light could trigger a
seizure for some individuals under some conditions. High intensity
patterns should only be selected if necessary for the 8128 to be
effective.
Wet or Outdoor Environments
The 8128 SIP Strobe Light is intended for indoor or outdoor locations
and may be subjected to spray or weather provided the rear wiring
cavity is properly sealed to prevent water ingress.
Gaskets included with the 8128 SIP Strobe Light may be effective
against water ingress on some, but not all surfaces in which case
additional protective measures must be taken such as a perimeter
sealant.
CAT5 or CAT6 connection wiring to an IEEE 802.3af compliant
network PoE switch must not leave the building perimeter
without adequate lightning protection.
Relay input and output connections must not leave the building
perimeter without adequate lightning protection.
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About the Algo 8128 SIP Strobe Light
The 8128 light is a SIP compliant, multicast capable, PoE strobe light.
The flash intensity can be chosen to suit the application and
environment. There are non-flashing patterns for passive, gentle
notification, and aggressive patterns for maximum conspicuity in
busy environments.
The 8128 is typically wall or ceiling mounted. The 360 x 180 visibility
and 16 available flash patterns makes the 8128 suitable for
notification and alerting of telephone, emergency, safety, and
security events. Light output is equally intense in every direction
unless a directional pattern is chosen.
The 8128 SIP Strobe Light can be activated by:
 SIP Ring
 SIP Message Waiting
 SIP In-Use (Subscribe Notify)
 Dry contact closure input
 Multicasting
Multiple Algo endpoints in a SIP environment require only one device
to register as a SIP extension. Multicasting capabilities allow the SIP
registered strobe to flash and simultaneously stream multicast
events to the other Algo strobes, speakers and paging adapters in
any combination and number of endpoints.
The 8128 SIP Strobe Light is configured using central provisioning
features or by accessing a web interface using browsers such as
Google Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer.
What's Included
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Mounting bracket
Gaskets
Colored lens cover (if color option ordered)
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Getting Started – Quick Install & Test
This guide provides important safety information which should be
read thoroughly before permanently installing the strobe light.
1. Connect the 8128 SIP Strobe Light to a 802.3af PoE network using
the RJ45 jack in the back recess of the housing
2. Allow the 8128 SIP Strobe Light time to boot, about 30 seconds.
While booting, the Strobe will turn on all 8 LEDs momentarily and
then activate each LED one time as a test pattern. All LED’s will then
remain on in a dim pattern until boot up is complete.
3. If there is no DHCP server found the 8128 SIP Strobe Light will
default to the static IP address 192.168.1.111. Most often however
the 8128 will be assigned an IP address. To determine the IP address
for the 8128 download the Algo locator tool to find Algo devices on
your network: www.algosolutions.com/locator
4. Access the 8128 SIP Strobe Light web page by entering the IP
address into a browser.
5. Enter the IP address for the SIP server
6. Enter the relevant SIP extension and password information
7. Test by dialing the SIP extension. The 8128 SIP Strobe Light should
flash in response to ring. (The 8128 will not answer a ring event)
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8128 SIP Strobe Light
Installation & Mounting
The 8128 SIP Strobe Light can be wall or ceiling mounted. Concealed wiring
may enter from the wall into the wiring cavity. Alternatively, surface wiring
may enter through a channel from the bottom edge. The channel is
intended for cabling 0.2” or 5mm in diameter and is intentionally snug to
protect against moisture ingress.
The 8128 can be mounted in any orientation but both the bracket and
housing identify TOP. This keeps the bracket wiring chase on the bottom
and the RJ45 jack on the top side.
The mounting plate may be used to mount over flush or surface mounted
electrical boxes or mud rings and fits securely to a 2 gang electrical box for
installation with wiring conduit.
The 8128 SIP Strobe Light is rated IP65 for wet locations however care
must be taken to ensure that water does not enter the wiring cavity. The
supplied gaskets or sealant must be used to protect the wiring cavity in wet
environments. In dry indoor environments the gaskets are not required. If
the wall gasket is used with surface wiring, then the gasket should be
attached after placing the cable into the wiring channel.
The 8128 should not be installed beyond a building perimeter without
adequately protecting the building wiring from lightning surge.
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Web Interface
The 8128 SIP Strobe Light is configurable using the web interface or
provisioning features.
After boot up the strobe light will turn off and the device will have
obtained an IP address. If there is no DHCP server the 8128 will
default to the static IP address 192.168.1.111.
The IP address may be discovered by downloading the Algo locator
tool to find Algo devices on your network:
www.algosolutions.com/locator
Enter the IP address (eg 192.168.1.111) into a browser such as
Google Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer (other than IE9). The
web interface should be visible and the default password will be algo
in lower case letters.
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Multicast Overview
The 8128 SIP Strobe Light is able to send or receive IP multicast
messages over the network.
Without multicast, multiple 8128 lights would all require their own
SIP extensions and then be added to a hunt group or ring group for
simultaneous activation.
Multicasting offers an alternative that requires only one SIP extension
and reduces network traffic. The first 8128 SIP Strobe Light deployed
can be configured as a multicast Master, so that whatever flash
pattern is selected is also broadcast to the network using a multicast
IP address. All of the other 8128 SIP Strobe Lights are configured as
multicast Slaves and will activate in response to the multicast
message. Please note that any number and combination of Algo
speakers, paging adapters and strobes can be part of a multicast.
The Slave 8128 SIP Strobe Lights require a PoE network connection
but do not require registration to the SIP server.
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Wiring Connections
Network Connection
Connect RJ45 jack from PoE network switch or non-PoE network
and 48V 350 mA IEEE 802.3af compliant power injector.
Note: The strobe will remain lit in “dim” mode while the device is
booting. Typically this will last less than 30 seconds, however it
can be a minute or two longer if configured for DHCP or
Provisioning but unable to contact the applicable servers. If no
network “link” can be established, the light will remain lit in “dim”
mode as an error notification (e.g. connection to PoE injector only,
with no uplink cable).
Terminal Block Relay In
By default, shorting these terminals will cause the 8128 SIP Strobe
Light to activate.
Terminal Block Relay Out
By default these terminals provide a contact closure when the
8128 SIP Strobe Light is active. This relay can be used to
interoperate with other Algo speakers and strobes using 24 gauge
single twisted pair.
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Terminal Block Reset
To return all settings to a factory default, use a wire pair to short
these terminals at start up—continue until all the 8128 LEDs start a
pulsing flash pattern.
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Web Interface Login
The web interface requires a password which is "algo" by default.
This password can be changed using the Admin tab after logging in
the first time.
Status
The device’s Status page will be available before and after log on.
The section can be used to check 8128’s SIP Registration status of
the Ring/Page extensions, Call Status, Multicast Mode (Slave/Master),
Relay Input Status, Proxy Status, and general MAC, IP, Netmask,
Date/Time, and Timezone information.
Use the refresh button in your browser to view the latest status
information.
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Basic Settings Tab – SIP
Note: Any time changes are made to settings in the Web
Interface the "Save" key must be clicked to save the changes
SIP Domain (Proxy Server)
SIP Server Name or IP Address
SIP Extension
This is the SIP extension for the 8128 light. The strobe will activate
when a ring event occurs on this extension. SIP registration is also
required if using Subscribe/Notify to monitor the status of the
extensions (see below).
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Authentication ID
May also be called Username for some SIP servers and in some cases
may be the same as the alert extension.
Authentication Password
SIP password provided by the system administrator for the ID
Monitoring Mode
There are several ways in which the 8128 SIP Strobe Light can be
activated. Dry contact input and multicast do not require registration
with a SIP server and are discussed elsewhere in this guide.
The modes involving activation from SIP events are discussed below:
Monitor Ring: When a call is made to the SIP extension the 8128
light will flash. Often, the 8128 will be part of a hunt group or ring
group to flash in conjunction with a telephone.
Subscribe/Notify (dialog event): If chosen, an additional field
appears asking for the “Monitored Extension” (may be different from
the 8128 SIP extension) and the event of interest (ring, in-use, or
both). The 8128 will monitor this SIP extension for events per RFC
4235. While the event is active, the 8128 will flash.
Subscribe/Notify (presence event): If chosen, an additional field
appears asking for the “Monitored Extension” (may be different from
the 8128 SIP extension). The 8128 will monitor this SIP extension for
events per RFC 3856/3863. While the event is active, the 8128 will
flash.
Subscribe/Notify (message waiting event): When a message is
left for the SIP extension then the 8128 will flash.
Note: Phone system compatibility is required for “Subscribe/Notify”
events.
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8128 SIP Strobe Light
Basic Settings Tab - Features
General Flash Patterns
Choose from 16 available patterns to suit the application
requirement. The 8128 SIP Strobe Light uses 8 high intensity LEDs
each capable of producing 643 lumens or 198 Candela. In addition to
being very bright, the LEDs can be fired simultaneously or
individually for interesting effects. Light output is equally bright over
360 x 180 degrees and also illuminates the mounting surface for
even greater conspicuity.
Patterns 0 & 1 do not fire the center LEDs and are intended for a
ceiling mount application where light is required in every horizontal
direction but not straight down.
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Pattern 11 does not fire the top and bottom LEDs and is intended for
a wall mount application in a hallway with maximum conspicuity to
the left, right, and center.
Flash Pattern Options Table
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Description
Classic strobe slow
Classic strobe medium
Classic strobe fast
Flashing
Side to side
Pulse
Steady bright
Steady dim
Rotating strobe
Multi-strobe slow bright
Multi-strobe slow dimmed
Multi-strobe fast bright
Multi-strobe fast dimmed
Multi-strobe and dim holdover
Rotate slow
Rotate fast
Application
Wall Ceiling
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PHOTO-SENSITIVITY in some people with epilepsy can
trigger seizures from flashing or flickering lights. It is possible that
some flash patterns of the 8128 SIP Strobe Light could trigger a
seizure for some individuals under some conditions. High intensity
patterns should only be selected if necessary for the 8128 SIP Strobe
Light to be effective.
Test Flash Pattern
After selecting the flash pattern the test button may be used to
activate the 8128 SIP Strobe Light.
Flash Pattern – (Ring/In-Use/Hold)
Select a flash pattern to signal a Ring, In-Use, and/or Hold action.
This setting only applies to Subscribe/Notify modes.
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Continuous
The 8128 SIP Strobe Light may be continuously active during an
event, or emulate a telephone ring on/off cadence. Using a cadence
will also ensure multiple 8128 lights using multicast remain
synchronized.
Relay Input Detection
The relay input feature can be set to be active when open or closed.
This will depend on the triggering source. Generally, normally closed
circuits are preferred so that a wiring open fault will initiate activity.
Note: network connection is still required in order to use relay input
activation mode.
Relay Input Action
The relay input may be used to trigger the 8128 SIP Strobe Light
only while the input is active. Alternatively the relay input may be
used to trigger the 8128 requiring a ring event to reset. If multicast
is enabled, the Strobe can also activate other network devices from
relay activation.
Relay Output Mode
When the 8128 SIP Strobe Light is active this contact output will be
either closed or open according to this selection.
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Multicast IP Addresses
Each 8128 SIP Strobe Light has its own IP address, and shares a
common multicast IP and port number (multicast zone) for multicast
packets. The Master unit transmits to a configurable multicast zone,
and all the slave units listen to the multicast zones assigned to them.
When a Master unit receives a valid SIP ring event, it will flash locally
and also send out a special packet to the multicast zone. The network
switches and router see the packet and deliver it to all the members
of the group. The multicast IP and port number must be the same on
all the Master and Slave units of one group. The user may define
multiple zones by picking different multicast IP addresses and/or port
numbers.
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Multicast IP addresses range: 224.0.0.0/4
(from 224.0.0.0 to 239.255.255.255)
Port numbers range: 1 to 65535
By default, the 8128 Strobe Light is set to use
the multicast IP address 224.0.2.60 and the
port numbers 50000-50008
Make sure that the multicast IP address and port number do not
conflict with other services and devices on the same network
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Basic Settings Tab – Multicast (Master
Settings)
Multicast Mode (Master/Sender Selected)
If master is enabled the 8128 SIP Strobe Light will broadcast an IP
stream when activated in addition to flashing locally. (Note, the 8128
cannot be both a multicast Master and Slave simultaneously).
Master Zone
Select the multicast zone to broadcast on.
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Send Flash Pattern and Cadence
Enabling this option means all 8128 SIP Strobe Lights in the multicast
zone will mimic the flash pattern of the multicast Master 8128 light
regardless of their individual settings. If disabled then each Strobe
may have a unique flash pattern according to its settings.
Send 8180-Compatible Control Signal
This option allows the 8128 SIP Strobe Light to activate Algo 8180
Audio Alerters via multicast. www.algosolutions.com/8180
Zone Definitions
Multicast IP addresses and ports are configured by default. These
typically do not need to be changed unless they conflict with other
multicast addresses on the network. If changed they must be
changed on all 8128 SIP Strobe Lights in the multicast group.
Multicast zones are assigned a priority based on the list position.
Each 8128 multicast Slave will flash from the highest priority active
zone.
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Basic Settings Tab - Multicast (Slave
Settings)
Multicast Mode (Slave Selected)
If Slave is enabled the 8128 SIP Strobe Light will activate when
receiving a multicast message. Depending on the Master settings, the
8128 will mimic the Master flash pattern or follow use its own
selected flash pattern.
Slave Zones
Select one or more multicast zones for the 8128 to monitor. Note
that multicast zone priority is based on the zone definition list order
(top to bottom).
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Zone Definitions
See information in previous section under Master settings.
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Advanced Settings Tab - Network
Protocol
DHCP is an IP standard designed to make administration of IP
addresses simpler. When selected, DHCP will automatically configure
IP addresses for each 8128 SIP Strobe Light on the network.
Alternatively the 8128 can be set to a static IP address.
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VLAN Mode
Enables or Disables VLAN Tagging. VLAN Tagging is the networking
standard that supports Virtual LANs (VLANs) on an Ethernet network.
The standard defines a system of VLAN tagging for Ethernet frames
and the accompanying procedures to be used by bridges and
switches in handling such frames. The standard also provides
provisions for a quality of service prioritization scheme commonly
known as IEEE 802.1p and defines the Generic Attribute Registration
Protocol.
VLAN ID
Specifies the VLAN to which the Ethernet frame belongs. A 12-bit
field specifying the VLAN to which the Ethernet frame belongs. The
hexadecimal values of 0x000 and 0xFFF are reserved. All other
values may be used as VLAN identifiers, allowing up to 4094 VLANs.
The reserved value 0x000 indicates that the frame does not belong to
any VLAN; in this case, the 802.1Q tag specifies only a priority and is
referred to as a priority tag. On bridges, VLAN 1 (the default VLAN
ID) is often reserved for a management VLAN; this is vendor specific.
VLAN Priority
Sets the frame priority level. Otherwise known as Priority Code Point
(PCP), VLAN Priority is a 3-bit field which refers to the IEEE 802.1p
priority. It indicates the frame priority level. Values are from 0
(lowest) to 7 (highest).
Differentiated Services (6-bit DSCP value)
Can provide quality of service if the DSCP protocol is supported on
your network. Can be specified independently for SIP control packets
versus RTP audio packets.
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Advanced Settings Tab - Admin
Password
Password to log into the 8128 SIP Strobe Light web interface. You
should change the default password algo in order to secure the
device on the network. If you have forgotten your password, you will
need to perform a soft reset in order to restore the password (as well
as all other settings) back to the original factory default conditions.
Confirmation
Re-enter network admin password
Device Name
Name to identify the device in the Algo Network Device Locator Tool.
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Introduction Section on Status Page
Allows the introduction text to be hidden from the login screen.
Web Interface Session Timeout
Set the maximum period of inactivity after which the web interface
will log out automatically.
Log Level
Use on the advice of Algo technical support only.
Log Size
Consult Algo technical support.
Log Method
Allows the 8128 SIP Strobe Light to write to external Syslog server if
the option for external (or both) is selected.
Log Server
If external (or both) is selected this is the address of the Syslog
server on the network.
Hardware Watchdog
Use on the advice of Algo technical support only.
SNMP Support (v1 get only)
Additional SNMP support is anticipated for future, but the 8128 SIP
Strobe Light will respond to a simple status query for automated
supervision. Contact Algo technical support for more information.
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Advanced Settings Tab - Time
Network time is used for logging events into memory for
troubleshooting.
Time Zone
Select time zone.
NTP Time Server
Allows the 8128 SIP Strobe Light to synchronize to an external time
server.
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Advanced Settings Tab - Provisioning
Provisioning allows installers to pre-configure 8128 SIP Strobe Light
units prior to installation on a network. It is typically used for large
deployments to save time and ensure consistent setups.
There are two different Provisioning methods that can be used: via
DHCP Option 66 or via a Static Server. In addition, there are three
different ways to download provisioning files from a “Provisioning
Server”: TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol), FTP, or HTTP.
For example, 8128 configuration files can be automatically
downloaded from a TFTP server using DHCP Option 66. This option
code (when set) supplies a TFTP boot server address to the DHCP
client to boot from.
DHCP must be enabled if using DHCP Option 66, in order for
Provisioning to work.
One of two files can be uploaded on the Provisioning Server (for
access via TFTP, FTP, or HTTP):
Generic (for all Algo 8128 SIP Strobe Lights)
Specific (for a specific MAC address)
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MD5 Checksum
In addition to the .conf file, an .md5 checksum file must also be
uploaded to the Provisioning server. This checksum file is used to
verify that the .conf file is transferred correctly without error.
A tool such as can be found at the website address below may be
used to generate this file:
http://www.fourmilab.ch/md5
The application doesn’t need an installation. To use the tool, simply
unzip and run the application (md5) from a command prompt. The
proper .md5 file will be generated in the same directory.
If using the above tool, be sure to use the “-l” parameter to generate
lower case letters.
Generating a generic configuration file
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Connect an 8128 to the network
Access the 8128 Web Interface Control Panel
Configure the 8128 with desired options
Click on the System tab and then Maintenance.
Click “Backup” to download the current configuration file
Save the file settings.txt
Rename file settings.txt to algop8128.conf
File algop8128.conf can now be uploaded onto the Provisioning
server
If using a generic configuration file, extensions and credentials have
to be entered manually once the 8128 has automatically downloaded
the configuration file.
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Generating a specific configuration file
1. Follow steps 1 to 6 as listed in the section “Generating a generic
configuration file”.
2. Rename file settings.txt to algom[MAC address].conf (e.g.
algom0022EE020009.conf)
3. File algom[MAC address].conf can now be uploaded on the
Provisioning server.
The specific configuration file will only be downloaded by the 8128
with the MAC address specified in the configuration file name. Since
all the necessary settings can be included in this file, the 8128 will be
ready to work immediately after the configuration file is downloaded.
The MAC address of each 81 can be found on the back label of the
unit.
For more information, see the Provisioning of Algo SIP Endpoints
Guide.
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Advanced Settings Tab – Additional
Extensions
Up to 5 SIP extensions can be registered for notification alerting of
multiple events. To configure additional extensions click “Enable”
beside the target extension and enter the Extension, Authentication
ID, and Authentication password.
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Advanced Settings Tab – Advanced SIP
Outbound Proxy
IP address for outbound proxy. A proxy (server) stands between a
private network and the internet.
STUN Server
IP address for STUN server if present.
Register Period (seconds)
Maximum requested period of time where the 8128 SIP Strobe Light
will re-register with the SIP server. Default setting is 3600 seconds (1
hour). Only change if instructed otherwise.
Keep-alive Method
If Double CRLF is selected the 8128 SIP Strobe Light will send a
packet every 30 seconds (unless changed) to maintain connection
with the SIP Server if behind NAT.
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Server Redundancy Feature
Two secondary SIP servers may be configured. The 8128 SIP Strobe
Light will attempt to register with the primary server but switch to a
secondary server when necessary. The configuration allows reregistration to the primary server upon availability or to stay with a
server until unresponsive.
Backup Server #1
If primary server is unreachable the 8128 SIP Strobe Light will
attempt to register with the backup servers. If enabled the 8128 will
always attempt to register with the highest priority server.
Backup Server #2
If backup server #1 is unreachable the 8128 SIP Strobe Light will
attempt to register with the 2nd backup server. If enabled the 8128
will always attempt to register with the highest priority server.
Polling Intervals (seconds)
Time period between sending monitoring packets to each server.
Non-active servers are always polled, and active server may
optionally be polled (see below).
Poll Active Server
Explicitly poll current server to monitor availability. May also be
handled automatically by other regular events, so can be disabled to
reduce network traffic.
Automatic Failback
Reconnect with higher priority server once available, even if backup
connection still fine.
Polling Method
SIP message used to poll servers to monitor availability.
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System Tab – Maintenance
Download Configuration File
Save the device settings to a text file for backup or to
setup a provisioning configuration file.
Restore Configuration File
Restore settings from a backup file.
Restore Configuration to Defaults
Resets all 8128 SIP Strobe Light device settings to factory default
values.
Reboot the Device
Reboots the device.
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Firmware Image
Point to the firmware image provided by Algo.
MD5 Checksum
Point to the checksum file provided by Algo.
Upgrade 8128 SIP Strobe Light Firmware
1. From the top menu, click on System, then Maintenance.
2. In the Maintenance section, click Reboot, and wait 30-60 seconds
for the device to reboot and the web page to automatically reload.
3. Login to the device again, and click on System.
4. In the Upgrade section, click on Choose File and select the 8128
firmware file to upload. Note that both the FW firmware and MD5
checksum files must be loaded.
5. Click Upgrade
6. After the upgrade is complete, confirm that the firmware version
has changed (refer to top right of Control Panel).
System Tab – Network Logging
System log files are automatically created and assist with
troubleshooting in the event the 8128 SIP Strobe Light does not
behave as expected.
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Optional Colored Lens
Cover
The 8128 SIP Strobe Light is available with
clear lens or optional colored covers in amber,
blue, or red. The tinted color caps reduce the
brightness and conspicuity of the Strobe.
Specifications
Power Input
48V PoE Class 0 (Max 12.95 W - Idle nominal 1 W)
Optical
8 LEDs 643 Lumens, 198 Cd
Strobe Triggers
SIP extension ring, Subscribe/Notify, multicast,
dry contact input
Relay Output
Max 30V 50mA Switching
Relay Input
Max 1 kOhm
Note: network connection still required in order to use
relay input activation mode.
Flash Patterns
16 Selectable patterns
Programming
Web interface
Provisioning
TFTP, FTP, or HTTP.
NAT
STUN, CRLF Keep Alive
Environmental
-20 to +50° C; 10-95% RH non-condensing. Dry
indoor location only unless wiring cavity protected
from water ingress
Compliance
EN60950:2001, IEEE 802.3-2008, RFC3261, RoHS, CE,
FCC, CSA (USA & Canada)
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FCC Compliance Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if
it is not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, it may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in
which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
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