TR-29 User´s Guide

TR-29 User´s Guide
TR-29 Door Phone User Manual
Content
Product Overview .......................................................................... 4
1. Product Description ............................................................................................ 4
2. Features............................................................................................................... 5
3. Dimension ........................................................................................................... 7
4. Installation height ............................................................................................... 8
5. Adjust camera angle ............................................................................................ 9
Network ..................................................................................... 10
1. Product topology .............................................................................................. 10
Web UI & Operation ................................................................... 11
1. Main interface .................................................................................................. 11
2. Calling out ........................................................................................................ 11
3. Unlock by password ......................................................................................... 12
4. Unlock by RF card ............................................................................................. 13
Configuration in doorphone ........................................................ 14
1. Configure Address ............................................................................................ 15
2. Configure Password .......................................................................................... 16
3. Account ............................................................................................................ 17
4. Configure Lock Parameters .............................................................................. 18
5. Time .................................................................................................................. 20
6. Volume ............................................................................................................. 21
7. Await ................................................................................................................ 22
8. Contact ............................................................................................................. 23
9. Info ................................................................................................................... 24
10. Lock Password ................................................................................................ 25
11. Restore ........................................................................................................... 26
12. AntiAlarm ....................................................................................................... 27
13. ReplaceRule .................................................................................................... 28
14. RF card ............................................................................................................ 29
15. Reboot ............................................................................................................ 32
Configuration in website ............................................................ 33
1.Status-> Basic .................................................................................................... 33
2.Account-> Basic ................................................................................................. 34
3.Account-> Advanced ......................................................................................... 35
4.Phone-> Call Feature ......................................................................................... 39
5.Phone-> Dial Plan->Replace Rule ...................................................................... 41
6.Phone-> Door Setting ........................................................................................ 42
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7.Phone->Import/Export ...................................................................................... 44
8.Upgrade-> Basic ................................................................................................ 45
9.Upgrade-> Advanced ......................................................................................... 46
10.Security-> Basic ............................................................................................... 48
Troubleshooting ......................................................................... 49
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Product Overview
1.Product Description
The Tenerio TR-29 is the video door phone, that you can connect with your Tenerio
IP Phones for remote unlock control and monitoring. You can operate the indoor
handset to communicate with visitors via voice and video, and unlock the door if you
wish. Visitors can either enter password to unlock the door or dial room number to
call the host. It’s applicable in apartment, villas, Office, building and so on.
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2.Features
Phone Features
HD Voice
2 Lines (support 2 SIP accounts)
Phonebook (1000 Contacts, 100 Groups)
Volume Adjustable
Auto Answer
Dial Replace Rule
Wideband Codec: G.722
Narrowband Codec: PCMA, PCMU, G.729
AGC, Echo Canceller
Full-Duplex Speakerphone
Support RF Key
Support Private Key
DTMF Code
Physical Features
Size: 317x130x23mm (HxWxD)
Weight: 1.34kg
Body material: all-aluminum
Display: 7” IPS LCD
Screen: 7” capacitive touch screen
Camera: 5 Mega pixels, automatic lighting
12V DC connector
Water-proof & Dust-proof: IP65
Collision-proof: IK06
SIP Features
SIP v1(RFC2543), SIP v2(RFC3261)
Audio codecs: G.711a, G.711μ, G.722
Video codecs: H.263, H.264
Echo Cancellation
Voice Activation Detection
Comfort Noise Generator
Video Features
Resloution: up to 1080p
Maximum image transfer rate: 1080p - 30fps
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Video codecs: H.263, H.264
High intensity white LEDs for picture lighting during dark hours with internal light
sensor
Network Features
SIP V1(RFC2543), V2(RFC3261)
3 DTMF modes: In-Band,RFC2833,SIP INFO
HTTP Web Server for Management
Upgrade Firmware From Website
10/100 Mbps Ethernet connection
DHCP Client or Static IP
Network-Time-Protocol
Door Entry Features
Android OS for any 3rd party software or customization
Internal DPDT relay for controlling a door opener;
Relays controlled individually by DTMF tones or messages
Multi-way Unlock: IC Card, PassNumber, Guestures
G-sensor for self-defence alarm
Volume control for speaker
Gain control for microphone
Camera permanently optrational, not just during calls
White balance: auto
Viewing angle: 900
Auto-night mode with LED illumination
Minimum illumination: 1LUX (without LED illumination)
Max call length setting
Input DTMF code in talking interface
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3. Dimension
4. Installation height
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*It is recommended that the distance between camera and ground remains 1.6m.
5. Adjust camera angle
Adjustable direction
Position alignment
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Network
1. Product topology
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Operation
1.Main interface
The default screen after boot up is the password unlock screen, touch
switch screen to dial pad.
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2.Calling out
In dial pad, input desired number than press
to dial out. The screen will
turn to calling, or talking when there is a conversation.
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3.Unlock by password
In password screen, input password to unlock the door. Once password correct, the
screen will prompt “Open Lock Success” and door will open. Otherwise, screen will
prompt “Open Lock failed”. To configure password, please refer to “Configure
password” in Configuration section.
4.Unlock by RF card
Place RF card close to sensor area, if the card was bound to the door phone before,
screen will prompt “Open Lock Success”. For RF card recognition, please refer to “RF
card” in Configuration section.
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Configuration in doorphone
To configure each feature on R29, user need activate Factory setting mode. On the
dial mode, dial “9999” then press “dial”. When prompt Setting interface, press
“3888”(default) then “OK” to enter Factory setting.
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1. Configure Address
DHCP: Connect the Ethernet cable and tick DHCP. The device will access the network
parameter automatically.
Static IP: Press “Address” to setup network address, and then input “IP Address”,
“Subnet Mask” & “Gateway” to modify default parameters. Press “Save” to save
configuration.
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2. Configure Password
To configure unlock or factory setting password for door phone, Press “Password” to
enter password setting mode.
Under “Project password” interface, input old password (“9999” by default) and
new password, confirm the new password again, and then press “Save” to save
configuration.
Public key is the general unlock key for the building. And the default password
for public key is “33333333”. User can reset the 8 digit new password and
confirm it. Click “Save” to save the configuration.
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3. Account
To register an SIP platform, press “SIP Sets” then Input account, password, SIP server
IP and port. Once finished, press “Save” then the door phone will send out
registration detail to the server.
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4. Configure Lock Parameters
Press “Lock” to configure door lock and door sensor.
Door lock can be configure as “Positive” or “Negative”. “Positive” is usually apply
for uni-direction situation, it is better to have UPS power when apply this door
type, since the door will be locked when power disaster. “Negative” allows door
be opened either forward or backward. It is perfect for emergency exit, due to
the door will be unlocked while power off. Please refer to the label specification
when connect the wire to corresponding interface on the back.
Lock delay allows door remain “open” for certain period. The range of this
period is from 0s to 10s.
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Door sensor can be configured as “OFF”, “On_Alarm” and “Off_Alarm”. “OFF”
indicates disable door sensor. Whereas “On_Alarm” or “Off_Alarm” will
broadcast alarm if the door constantly “open” or “closed” over pre-set time
period. And this period can be setup in Magnetism delay.
User can setup DTMF code. It is used for the owner to unlock via pressing the
corresponding number during the call.
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5. Time
To configure doorphone time, please press “Time” to enter time setup interface.
User can adjust both Date and Time, then press “Save” to save configuration.
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6. Volume
To configure doorphone volume, please press “Volume” to enter volume setup
interface. User can adjust three types of volume: Call, Advertisement and key. Then
press “Save” to save configuration.
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7. Await
In “Await”, there are three options for standby mode “No”, “Blank Screen”, “Picture”.
Screen will enter standby mode when reach Standby time, and user can customize
standby time according to their needs.
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8. Contact
Users not only can add the new contact in the Contact interface, also can edit or
delete. Mean while, users can create groups, then add the contact to the
corresponding group.
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9. Info
To view system information, press “Info” on the screen. It includes Machine number,
network address, MAC address, Software version and hardware version.
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10. Lock Password
To setup the private key to unlock. Click Add Private Key, and input 8 digit codes,
press Save. User can also configure Day and Time of the private key to limit
permission. Click the exited code to edit or delete.
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11. Restore
Factory Reset will reset all configuration to default, please be cautious to use this
feature.
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12. AntiAlarm
To protect door phone from any malicious damage, user can enable protection in
“Tamper Proof Switch”. When tamper switch is on, any tamper movement will trigger
alarm. If trigger the alarm accidently, user need to enter Tamper Sets and turn off
Tamper switch manually.
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13. ReplaceRule
Allow user to add replace rule, you can modify related accounts, prefix and replace.
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14. RF card
Enter “RF card” to add or delete the RF card. After the card has been
registered, users can use it to unlock.
Add card:
Press “Add Card”, it will show up a prompt “Please scan the RFCard to Add”.
Put card near the card sensor.
The device will show up the modify prompt, user can modify the day and time
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Delete card:
Press “Del Card”, it will show up a prompt “Please scan RFCard to Delete”.
Put card near the card sensor.
The device will show up the modify prompt, click Del to delete the RFCard.
Note: User can click exited RFCard, then select Del directly.
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15. Reboot
Restart the device.
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