Installation and operating instructions Surface-mounted home

Installation and operating instructions Surface-mounted home
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Installation and operating instructions
Surface-mounted home station video
1279 ..
Surface-mounted home station video Plus
1239 ..
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Contents
Device description ..................................... 4
Scope of supply ................................................. 4
Operation ................................................... 6
Normal conversation mode ................................ 8
Accepting a call .................................................. 8
Saving an image manually
(Order No. 1239 .. only) ...................................... 9
Enforcement function ........................................ 9
End call ............................................................... 9
Setting the speech volume .............................. 10
Setting the ringing tone volume ...................... 10
Deactivating/activating ringing tone ................ 10
Switching off the ringing tone with
Automatic call acceptance activated ............... 10
Switching on camera image ............................ 11
Changing to next colour camera ...................... 11
Camera menu – Quick access .......................... 12
Switching functions ................................ 12
Opening door ................................................... 12
Switching light on (only in conjunction
with a switching actuator) ............................... 12
Structure of menu interface ......................... 13
User menu ............................................... 14
Image memory .................................................. 14
Internal call ....................................................... 17
Switching ......................................................... 17
Renaming internal call/switching action .......... 18
Ringing tone melodies ..................................... 18
Assigning ringing tone melody ........................ 19
Brightness - Contrast - Colour .......................... 20
Switch-on time ................................................. 21
Date/time (Order No. 1239 .. only) ................... 22
Language ......................................................... 22
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Options ............................................................. 23
Options - Button tones ................................ 23
Options - Automatic door opener ................ 23
Options - Automatic call acceptance .......... 24
SD card (Order No. 1239 .. only) .................. 25
General information ......................................... 25
Removing SD card ........................................... 26
Start-up menu .............................................. 27
Basic setting ..................................................... 27
Basic setting - Main display ............................. 27
Basic setting - Resistor .................................... 28
Basic setting - TFT manually on ....................... 28
Frequency ........................................................ 29
Lighting ............................................................ 30
Assign .............................................................. 31
Factory setting ................................................. 31
Version ............................................................. 32
Additional menu items ..................................... 33
Release............................................................. 33
Installation .................................................... 34
Removal ....................................................... 36
Start-up ........................................................ 37
What to do if... ............................................. 44
Notes on care ............................................... 47
Technical data .............................................. 48
Warranty ...................................................... 49
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Device description
The surface-mounted home station video and
surface-mounted home station video Plus from
the Gira door communication system are fully
pre-mounted units with a 2.2" TFT colour display
and convenient hands-free speech. Operation of
the home stations is carried out using capacitive
operating buttons. System settings and
operation are supported by an on-screen display
in 21 available languages.
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Installation and operating instructions
This document primarily describes the
surface-mounted home station video
(Order No. 1279 ..), as the hardware of
both home stations is nearly identical.
Differences are marked accordingly.
Scope of supply
Order No. 1279 ..: 1 x home station
1 x mounting plate
1 x set of installation and
operating instructions
Order No. 1239 ..: 1 x home station
1 x mounting plate
1 x set of installation and
operating instructions
1 x SD card (already
inserted)
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1 Cover frame, 2-gang without crossbar
(not included in the scope of supply; frameless
installation only possible with wall mounting)
2 Mounting plate
3 Surface-mounted home station video
4 Fixing holes for wall mounting
5 Fixing holes for box mounting
6 Terminal block
7 Protective cover (for protecting the terminal block
during installation or renovation work)
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Operation
The surface-mounted home station video is
operated with capacitive operating buttons. All
that is needed for operation is to lightly touch
the symbols. Successful actuation of the buttons
is signalled by an acknowledgement tone, which
can be switched off if desired.
The operating buttons have the following
functions:
specifically switches the display and the
related colour camera on and off:
To switch on, briefly press
. If several colour cameras are installed, the last active camera
is switched on.
To switch off, press and hold
for
approx. 2 s.
If several colour cameras are connected,
is
also used to switch to the next camera.
After a door call, the camera image from the
door station which initiated the door call is displayed. Pressing
switches on the next
camera and then the one after that, etc. Once
the last camera is reached, the next press of the
button switches back to the first camera. If several colour cameras are installed, the number of
the active camera (e.g. Cam 1) is displayed for
approx. 5 s in the lower part of the display.
In the menus,
serves as a "Back button",
i.e. pressing this button moves back one step in
the menu or exits the menu again.
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Menu
Briefly pressing the button activates the menu
(see Page 13).
OK
OK confirms the menu item selected in the
display.
Selection of the menu items or settings in the
display.
If no menu is active, the voice volume (see
Page 10) and the ringing tone volume (see
Page 10) are set with
.
Directly switches a switching actuator
(see Page 12).
Used for ringing tone deactivation (see Page 10).
Operation of the door opener (see Page 12).
Accepts and ends call and operates the
enforcement function (see Page 8).
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Normal conversation mode
Accepting a call
✓ When a call is received,
flashes for two
minutes.
1. Press
to begin intercom conversation
with the person at the calling station.
✓ During the intercom conversation,
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lights up.
Maximum conversation time
The maximum conversation time is 2 minutes.
When this time expires, the conversation is
automatically ended.
If the call comes from a video door station, the
display (main display) is automatically switched
on and shows the camera image.
If several colour cameras are installed, the
number of the camera displayed is shown.
Camera 1
If the call comes from a door station audio or a
home station, the type of call ("Door call" or
"Internal call") and "Accept call" are shown in
the display. In this case, the call can also be
accepted with OK.
Door call
 Accept call
Camera
OK
A colour camera in the system can be switched
on with the "Camera" function button. If several
colour cameras are present, the last active camera is switched on.
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Operation without
additional power supply
If the surface-mounted home station video is
operated without an additional power supply,
no message appeares in the diplay. When a call
is received,
flashes for two minutes.
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Saving an image manually (Order No. 1239 ..
only)
The surface-mounted home station video Plus
enables you to manually save an image from the
live video image during a conversation.
✓ The incoming call is accepted, and intercom
communication is started.
✓ The camera symbol
appears in the bottom
right-hand part of the display.
1. Pressing OK saves the image automatically in
the internal image memory.
Camera 1
Enforcement function
If the background noises at the door station are
so loud that automatic switching of the speech
direction is not guaranteed, the enforcement
function can be used:
1. Press and hold
while speaking.
While the button is being pressed, it is only
possible to speak from the flush-mounted
home station video to the door station.
2. To end the enforcement function and release
the call from the door station again, release
again.
End call
✓ During the intercom conversation,
lights
up.
1. Briefly press
to end the voice connection.
✓ The illumination of the
Camera
goes out.
During a conversation with an audio door station
or an internal conversation with another home
station, "End call" appears during the conversation.
In this case, the call can also be ended with OK.
Door call
 End call
OK
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Setting the speech volume
The speech volume is changed to one of eight
levels during intercom communication.
The speech volume is increased with
decreased with
.
and
Setting the ringing tone volume
The ringing tone volume is changed to one of
eight levels when no intercom communication is
in effect.
The ringing tone volume is increased with
and decreased with
.
Deactivating/activating ringing tone
Only deactivate the ringing tone if
necessary
Only deactivate the ringing tone in special
cases. Otherwise, your run the risk of not hearing the ringing in an emergency, for example.
1. Press
to deactivate the ringing tone.
✓ With the ringing tone deactivated,
lights
up.
2. Press
again to reactivate the ringing tone.
✓ The illumination of
goes out.
Switching off the ringing tone with Automatic
call acceptance activated
When
flashes, Automatic call acceptance is
active. With Automatic call acceptance active, it
is not possible to change the status of the
ringing tone deactivation. If the ringing tone is to
be deactivated or activated, first the Automatic
call acceptance must be deactivated in the
"Options" menu (see Page 23).
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If
is pressed with Automatic call acceptance
activated, the current status of the ringing tone
deactivation is shown:
• If
lights up for approx. 3 s, the ringing tone
is deactivated.
• If
goes out up for approx. 3 s, the ringing
tone is activated.
Then
flashes to indicate that Automatic call
acceptance is active.
Switching on camera image
With
the display of the home station and
the related colour camera can be specifically
switched on/off:
1. To switch on, briefly press
.
✓ If several colour cameras are present, the last
active camera is switched on.
✓ With several colour cameras, the designation
of the camera currently active is shown in the
lower area of the display for approx. 5 s.
2. To switch off, press and hold
approx. 2 s.
for
Changing to next colour camera
If several colour cameras are installed, it is possible to switch to the respective next camera
with
:
1. Briefly pressing
switches on the next
camera in each case.
✓ The designation of the camera currently active
is shown in the lower area of the display for
approx. 5 s.
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Camera menu – Quick access
1. Pressing and holding
(for at least 3 s)
opens the camera menu if the home station is
switched off.
✓ All connected cameras are listed and can be
selected and activated directly.
Switching functions
Opening door
1. The door opener is operated with
.
✓ If several doors are present, the door opener
of the door station from which the door call
was made is operated within 2 minutes. It
switches to the main door 2 minutes after the
start of the call or 30 s after the door call is
ended.
Switching light on (only in conjunction with a
switching actuator)
Switching actions can be triggered in two different ways:
• press
to switch on the light (e.g. the outdoor or staircase illumination)
• with the "Switching" menu (see Page 17)
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Structure of menu interface
1. Briefly press Menu to open the menu.
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3
4
Menu
 Internal call
Switching
Rng. tone melody
Brightness
Back

>
>
>
>

2
OK
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1 Menu title
The active menu item is shown here.
2 Selection symbol
The selection symbol indicates which menu item
is selected. Here the menu item "Internal call" is
called up with OK.
3 Status line
For displaying any status messages.
4 Action features of function buttons
The presently available function-button actions
are displayed here. The main menu is exited here
with
. The basic functions of the function
buttons (e.g. Switch on camera with
) are
then not available.
In the "Switching" menu the buttons Menu and
OK then also become function buttons (see
Page 17).
5 Scroll symbols
The scroll symbols indicate the directions which
can be navigated in with
.
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User menu

Menu
 Internal call
Switching
Rng. tone melody
Brightness
>
>
>
>

Back
OK
Image memory
 Activated
Display
Number of images
Interval
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Operation without
additional power supply
If a conversation is in progress between other
users of the door communication system, then the
menu cannot be opened on a surface-mounted
home station video without an additional power
supply.
Image memory (Order No. 1239 .. only)
>
>
>

Back
1. Briefly press Menu to open the User menu.
OK
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Using image memory
The image memory must be activated in the
commissioning menu (see Page 33) before
these functions can be used.
The following sub-menus are available in the
"Image memory" menu:
Activated: The image memory is activated and
deactivated here.
01/01
14:34
01/05
Display: The images saved in the internal image
memory can be called up here (including date
and time).
The quantity of saved images and the number of
the current image (e.g. 01/05 = image 1 of 5)
appears at the top right.
Back
Pressing OK deletes the current image.
Pressing Menu switches the font from white to
black and vice versa.
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Number of image captures: You can choose
between 1, 2 and 3 images per door call.
Please note the following for making settings:
The internal image memory of the home station
can hold a maximum of 48 images.
Therefore:
1 image per call = max. 48 savable door calls
3 images per call = max. 16 savable door calls
Interval: You can choose between 2, 3, 4 and 5 s
for the automatic capture interval.
If a door call goes unanswered, images are
captured and saved automatically.
✓ New messages/images are signalled by a
flashing
.
1. Pressing
shows the last message
received/image captured in the display.
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Archiving behaviour
Captured images are first saved in the internal
image memory of the home station and then to
the SD card.
New images are only archived on the SD card
automatically after 2 min if a door call goes
unanswered. The transfer time between the
image memory and SD card is approx. 6 s per
image. If a call is triggered in the door communication system during this archiving between
the image memory and SD card, the archiving
process is interrupted. Archiving is not continued until the next time a door call goes
unanswered.
Images are not saved in the internal image
memory when door calls are answered or the
door opener button is pressed.
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Archive: Images of the image memory which
have not yet been archived can be archived manually in the image folder of the SD card here.
Archive
All images
save
on the
SD card?
Back
1. Confirm the message "All images save on the
SD card?" with OK.
OK
If all images have already been archived, the
message "Not required" appears at the bottom
of the display.
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Data protection for archived images
Heed the guidelines and laws on the subject of
"data protection" in your country as soon as you
use the image memory.
Delete: The internal image memory can be
deleted manually here.
Delete
All images
delete
from the
image memory?
Back
1. Confirm the message "All images delete from
the image memory?" with OK.
All images are now deleted from the internal
image memory of the home station.
OK
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Archived images on SD card
Archived images on the SD card are not
deleted.
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Internal call
Internal call
 Internal call 1
Internal call 2
Internal call 3
Internal call 4
In the "Internal call" menu assigned home stations can be called. With
the desired
internal call is selected and called with OK.

Back
OK
"Sent" appears briefly in the status line to confirm the internal call.
flashes for 2 min until the call is accepted or
the internal call is ended by pressing
again.
Switching
 Switch. action
Switch. action
Switch. action
Switch. action
Switching
1
2
3
4
In the "Switching" menu assigned switching
actions can be triggered. With
the
desired switching action is selected and triggered with OK or Menu.
"Executed" appears briefly in the status line to
Off confirm the switching action.

Back
On
The marked switching action can be specifically
switched on or off with the On (Menu) and Off
(OK) function buttons.
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Specifically switching on/off with
function buttons
It is only possible to specific switch a switching
action on/off with the function buttons if the
"Switching" function has been selected on the
switching actuator.
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Internal call
Internal call 8
Internal call 9
Internal call 10
 Rename

Statically named internal calls and switching
actions can be issued new names as desired.
The steps are identical in the "Internal call" and
> "Switching action" menus.

Back
OK
1. Open the desired menu (in this case, "Internal
call").
2. Select "Rename" and activate with OK.
Rename
Living room_
3. Scroll through the alphabet with
.


Back
Renaming internal call/switching action
4. Press OK and insert the desired character.

The deletion of digits is carried out using the
control symbol .
mnopqrstuvw 
OK Switching between uppercase/lowercase char-
acters occurs using the control symbol
. You
can also switch between them by pressing and
holding OK.
✓ Pressing Menu saves the entry, after which
the view returns to the next-higher menu level.
Ringing tone melodies
The call buttons of the door station, the internal
call buttons of other home stations and the floorcall buttons can be assigned individual ringing
tone melodies.
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Back
Assigning ringing tone melody
The surface-mounted home station video offers
five ringing tone melodies, which can be individually assigned to the call buttons of the door station, the internal call buttons of other home stations or the floor call button. This allows, for
OK
example, a different door station call button with
an individual ringing tone melody to be assigned
in a household with several people (e.g. parents,
children).

Assign melody
 Melody 1
Melody 2
Melody 3
Melody 4
The ringing tone melody is set with the "Ringing
tone melody" menu.
1. Trigger the ringing tone melody to be
changed with the corresponding call button
taught in previously.
2. Select the desired melody in the "Assign
melody" menu with
and confirm it
with OK.
✓ When OK is pressed, the selected melody
sounds and is simultaneously saved.
The menu is exited with
i
(Back).
Note
When deleting the call button assignment to
the home station, the corresponding ringing
tone melodies are reset to the factory setting.
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Assign melody
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 Melody 1
Melody 2
3
Melody 3
4
Melody 4
5

Order No. 1279 ..: The surface-mounted home
station video features five permanently saved
ringing tone melodies.

Back
OK
Assign melody
 Melody 4
Melody 5
Melody 6
Melody 7
 Order No. 1239 ..: The surface-mounted home
station video Plus offers ten ringing tone melodies in WAVE format pre-installed on the SD
card. All ringing tone melodies can be changed
(see Page 25).

Back
OK
The ringing tone melodies are identified by the
symbol
in the menu.
Brightness - Contrast - Colour
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Selecting camera beforehand
The colour camera must be selected before one
of the menu items "Brightness", "Contrast" or
"Colour" is marked. If no camera has been
selected, the cameras available in the system
are listed for selection.
The respective parameters can be selected and
set in the menus "Brightness", "Contrast" or
"Colour" with
.
Brightness
Pressing OK saves the set value and exits the
menu.
60 %

Back
20
 If the menu is exited with
OK
change is not saved.
(Back), the
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Settings with several surface-mounted
home stations video and colour cameras
The settings "brightness", "contrast" and "colour" apply in each case only to the connection
from the active surface-mounted home station
video to the active colour camera. That means
that if several home stations and/or colour cameras are installed, these parameters can be set
individually for each camera at each home station.
Switch-on time
Switch-on time
Factory setting: 30 s
60 s

Back
The switch-on time specifies the amount of time
after which the display of the home station automatically switches off after manually switching

on the camera pictures. The switch-on time is
OK
selected within the range from 20 s to 120 s with
. Pressing OK saves the set value and
exits the menu. If the menu is exited with
(Back), the change is not saved.
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Menu
Switch-on time
 Date/time
Language
Options

Date/time (Order No. 1239 .. only)
>
>
>
>
The date format depends on the set language
(German: 21.03.14 -> English: 03/21/14).

Back
OK
Date/time
Set time
 Set date

>
>
Select "Date/time" with
and activate
with OK. Then select either "Set time" or "Set
date". The currently set date and time are displayed at the bottom.
03/21/14 19:30

Back
OK
Setting the time

The desired time is set with
firmed with OK.
and con-
The date settings are made in the same way.
00:00


Language
中文
Čeština
 Deutsch
English
Back
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OK
Language
Factory setting: Deutsch (German)
The display texts of the home station can be
shown in 21 different languages: The desired
language is selected with
and confirmed
with OK.
OK
The active language is marked with " ".

Back
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Options
Options
 Button tones
Auto door opener
Auto call accept
Back
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OK
Number of displayed functions
Under "Options" only the functions which have
been released in the Start-up menu under the
item "Releases" appear (see Page 33).
Here the functions
• Button tones (always activated)
• Automatic door opener
• Automatic call acceptance
can be activated or deactivated. The desired
function is selected with
and confirmed
with OK. An active function is marked with " ".
Options - Button tones
The button tones of the home stations can be
switched on/off here.
Options - Automatic door opener
The automatic door opener is used, for example,
in doctor's offices. If the automatic door opener
is active, the door opener is automatically actuated approx. 4 s after pressing one of the door
station call buttons. If several door stations are
present in the system, the automatic function
acts on the door opener of the door station from
which the door call was triggered.
The automatic door opener is activated or deactivated with OK.
The active automatic door opener is marked in
the display with "
". At the same time
lights up with the automatic door opener
switched on.
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Behaviour after power failure
Following a power failure, the automatic door
opener is deactivated.
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Automated door opener and image
memory
Activating the automated door opener automatically deactivates image memory.
Options - Automatic call acceptance
When an incoming internal call is received from
another home station, the call is automatically
accepted after 1 s.
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Note
This function can only be ensured if only one
home station with automatic call acceptance is
called per internal call.
"Broadcasts" from one home station to several
home stations simultaneously are not permitted.
The automatic call acceptance is activated or
deactivated with OK.
The active automatic call acceptance is marked
in the display with "
". At the same time, the
flashes with the Automatic call acceptance
switched on.
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No room surveillance possible
Automatic call acceptance cannot be used for
acoustic monitoring of a room (Baby phone
function).
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SD card (Order No. 1239 .. only)
General information
The SD card (FAT32) included with the surfacemounted home station video Plus contains the
image memory and ringing tone melodies.
Image memory: Up to 200 images can be permanently stored on the SD card (image 201
overwrites image 1 etc.), regardless of the memory capacity of the SD card. Do not save additional images.
Image format: The file name of the saved
images ranges from PIC0001.BMP to
PIC0200.BMP.
Ringing tone melodies: The WAVE files must be
located directly in the main directory of the SD
card. Folder structures are not supported.
With ringing tone melodies, a differentiation is
made between tones for the home station with
bus power supply and an additional power supply. This ensures that the right ringing tone melody is used for the respective power supply.
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Overwriting ringing tone melody
All ringing tone melodies can be overwritten
individually. The file name of the melody to be
overwritten may NOT be changed.
Bus voltage
Additional
power supply
File name MELODY01.WAV MEL_LG01.WAV
Length
maximum 2 s
maximum 30 s
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Parameters for WAVE files
The following parameters must be heeded when
using new WAVE files:
Sampling rate: 16 kHz
Resolution: 16-bit
Soundtrack: Mono
1.
2.
Removing SD card
1. Pull off the housing of the mounting plate
(see Page 36).
2. Carefully move the SD card holder
downward (1), open it and remove the
SD card from the SD slot (2). (SD card is
inserted in the reverse order.)
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Removing SD card
Before removing the SD card, archive the
images in the internal image memory on the
SD card (see Page 16).
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Start-up menu
Back
To open the Start-up menu:
>
>
>
>

Menu
 Basic setting
Frequency
Lighting
Assign
OK
1. Press the programming button on the control
device for 3 s to start the programming
mode.
✓
flashes on the home station.
If the home station has already been assigned
call buttons,
lights up.
2. Briefly press Menu to open the Start-up
menu.
The following setting options are available in the
Start-up menu:
Basic setting
 Main display
Resistor
TFT manually on
Basic setting
Here the functions
• Main display
• Resistor
• TFT manually on
Back
OK can be activated or deactivated. The desired
function is selected with
with OK.
and confirmed
An active function is marked with "
".
Basic setting - Main display
Factory setting: Main display
If several home stations with a video function
are operated in one flat, a maximum of one
home station with video function may serve as
the main display per call button; the others are
defined as auxiliary displays.
The main display is automatically switched on
with an incoming door call.
The auxiliary displays are only switched on with
a call acceptance at the respective home station
after a door call or via the
(without accepting the call).
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Basic setting - Resistor
Factory setting: activated
The terminating resistor of the flush-mounted
home station video is activated/deactivated
here.
This setting is dependent on the topology.
More detailed information on this is available in
the system description included with the video
control device.
Basic setting - TFT manually on
Factory setting: activated
Here it is specified whether the display of the
home station can be switched on with
.
Activated: The home station is switched
on after pressing a call button or with
(without accepting the call).
Deactivated: The home station is only switched
on after a door call.
The manual switching on of the display with
(without accepting the call) is not possible
in this setting
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Setting with several surface-mounted
home stations video
With several surface-mounted home stations
video installed, these settings must be carried
out on all home stations.
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Frequency
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Selecting camera beforehand
Before the menu item "Frequency" is selected, a
colour camera must be selected. If no camera
has been selected, the cameras available in the
system are listed for selection.
The optimum frequency of the video signal of
the currently active transfer path is set for finetuning of the video signal between the camera
and the home station.
The setting must be confirmed with OK.
Frequency
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
Back
 If the menu item "Frequency" is ended with
OK
(Back), changed settings are not applied.
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Setting with several home stations and
colour cameras
The frequency setting applies only for the connection from the active home station to the
active colour camera. This means that the frequency for the transfer path between the home
station and the colour camera must be set individually if several home stations and/or colour
cameras are present.
If several cameras are present, the Start-up
menu must be exited to select the next camera,
then the next camera must be switched on with
.
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Lighting
Lighting
 Camera 1
Camera 2
Camera 3
Back
Factory setting: activated
The behaviour of the field of view illumination of
the colour camera is activated or deactivated
here.
OK
The desired camera is selected with
confirmed with OK.
and
A camera with an activated field of view
illumination is marked with "
".
With the function activated, the field of view illumination of the colour camera is switched on for
a door call or with manual switching on of the
surface-mounted home station video if the ambient brightness is less than 1 lux.
With the function deactivated, the field of view
illumination is always switched off.
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Setting with several home stations and
colour cameras
The illumination setting only applies for the
active surface-mounted home station video and
the active colour camera.
This means that if several home stations and/or
colour cameras are installed, the lighting for
each colour camera must be set individually on
each home station.
Assign
 Teach-in call
Internal call
R: 3.24 S: 2.20
Back
Assign
>
In the "Assign" menu the home station is
assigned components from the door communication system (e.g. door stations, home stations
and switching actuators).
OK The exact work procedures for assigning compo-
nents from the door communication system are
described in detail from Page 38.
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Teach-in call: the home station is assigned a call
button.
R: 3.24 Indicates how many call buttons have
already been taught in and the maximum number that can be assigned.
In this example the home station has already
been assigned 3 call buttons, and a total of 24
call buttons can be assigned.
Internal call: here an internal call of the home
station is assigned to another home station or a
TC gateway.
S: 2.20 Indicates how many internal calls have
been temporarily stored.
In this example, 2 internal calls are temporarily
stored by the home station, a total of 20 internal
calls can be temporarily stored.
Switching action: a switching action of the
home station is assigned to a switching actuator
here (see Page 41).
Assign
 Switching action
R: 3.24 S: 2.20
Back
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OK
The "Switching action" menu item is only
active if the programming mode is active on the
switching actuator. In this case no internal calls
can be provided.
Factory setting
Factory setting
 Disp. parameters
Delete cameras
Del call asgnmnt
Delivered state
The settings of the home station are reset to the
factory settings here.
A differentiation is made between:

Back
Internal call - switching action
Display parameters: Here the values of the
OK menu items Basic setting, Language, Bright-
ness, Contrast, Colour and Switch-on time are
reset to the factory setting.
The assignments to colour cameras, call buttons
and stations are retained.
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Delete cameras: All camera assignments are
cleared here. The values in the menus Frequency, Lighting, Brightness, Contrast and Colour are reset to the factory setting.
"Delete cameras" is, for example, required if the
bus connector of the video door station is to be
replaced.
Once you have executed this function, the cameras must be registered again. For this purpose,
start the programming mode on the control
device and press any call button on all door stations with a colour camera for 3 s each. Important: Go through the door stations in the order
which is to be displayed later in the video image
(e.g. Main door Camera 1, Side door Camera 2
etc.).
Delete call assignment: Here all assigned call
buttons and the ringing tone melodies are
deleted or reset.
Delivered state: Here all menu items of the
home station reset to the factory setting. In addition, the assignments to call buttons and colour
cameras are deleted.
Version
I00
E904AF
FW 0219-0222-0143
HW 000604-090C3
Back
32
Version
Information on the version and the current software revision of the home station are shown
here.
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Additional menu items
The following menu items are also available in
the User menu and are described in the front
section of these instructions:
• Image memory (Order No. 1239 .. only)
(see Page 9)
• Internal call (see Page 17)
• Switching (see Page 17)
• Assign melody (see Page 18)
• Brightness (see Page 20)
• Contrast (see Page 20)
• Colour (see Page 20)
• Switch-on time (see Page 21)
• Date/Time (Order No. 1239 00 only)
(see page Page 22)
• Language (see Page 22)
Release
Release
In the Release menu, the functions
 Image memory
Auto door opener
Auto call accept
• Image memory
• Automatic door opener
• Automatic call acceptance
Back
OK are released for the end user.
The function to be activated is activated/deactivated with
and confirmed with OK.
"
" indicates that the function is activated.
They can then be activated in the "Options" user
menu.
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Installation
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Installation and mounting
Installation and mounting of electrical devices
may only be carried out by a qualified electrician.
The surface-mounted home station video can
either
• be mounted on a flush-mounted or hollowwall box (only with cover frame) or
• directly on the wall or on a wall lighting connection box (with or without a cover frame).
Mounting with a cover frame is described in the
following. Proceed in a similar manner (without
a cover frame) for frame less wall mounting.
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Optimum mounting height
As the installation height, it is recommended
that the centre of the display be positioned
between 1.60 m and 1.70 m.
Box mounting
1. Strip the supply cable.
2. Place the mounting plate with the cover
frame on the flush-mounted box.
3. Secure the mounting plate to the support ring
of the flush-mounted box with two screws.
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Wall mounting
1. Strip the supply cable.
2. Mark the drilling holes. Specify the mounting
location so that the mounting plate is located
centrally over the cable outlet.
3.
4. Drill the two mounting holes and insert the
dowels.
5. Attach mounting plate with the cover frame
to the wall with two screws.
Connection
ZV
ET
BUS
ZV
1. Following the installation of the mounting
plate, the wall station is connected:
• the 2-wire bus to the BUS terminals,
• any additional power supply used to the ZV
terminals (from 3 surface-mounted home stations video called simultaneously, one additional power supply is required per device),
• and, if necessary, the lines of the floor-call
button to the ET terminals.
ET
BUS
No jumpers between BUS and ZV!
No bridges may be laid between BUS and ZV on
the surface-mounted home station video. The
home station automatically detects whether an
additional power supply is connected.
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Place upper housing section
1. Close the home station:
place the upper housing section on the
mounting plate and engage it.
Removal
Remove upper housing section
The upper housing section is removed
• for disassembly of the home station
• to remove or replace the SD memory card
(Order No. 1239 .. only)
1. Carefully press the lower snap clip vertically
upwards with a screwdriver and remove the
top section of the home station.
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Start-up
Once you have installed all of the devices (door
and home stations, control device etc.), you can
start up the door communication system.
Start-up of the door communication system is
described in the system manual included with
the control device (download the system manual
at www.download.gira.de).
The most important start-up procedures of the
surface-mounted home station video are
explained on the following pages.
When the menu is opened for the first time, the
"Language" menu appeares automatically.
Please select the desired language with
and confirm it with OK.
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Max. number of call buttons
Please note that up to 24 call buttons can be
assigned to a surface-mounted home station
video.
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Assigning a door station to the surface-mounted home station video
A door station call button is assigned to the surface-mounted home station video as follows:
3s
1. Press the "Systemprogr." button on the control device for 3 s to start the programming
mode.
3s
2. Press the call button on the door station for
3 s. Release the call button following the brief
acknowledgement tone sounds.
✓ The door station outputs a long acknowledgement tone.
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Releasing the button after 3 s
If the button is not released after the first
acknowledgement tone, all call buttons of the
door station will be deleted after an additional
3 s.
3s
3. Press the button
on the home station for
3 s until a brief acknowledgement tone is
heard.
✓ A long acknowledgement tone indicates
successful assignment.
Three short acknowledgement tones indicate
faulty assignment. The memory of the
surface-mounted home station video may
already be occupied. A maximum of 24 call
buttons can be assigned.
1x
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4. Briefly press the "Systemprogr." button on
the control device to exit the programming
mode.
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Assigning surface-mounted home station video to a flush-mounted
home station
The so-called internal call function can be realized with the surface-mounted home station
video. A voice connection between two home
stations can be established via the internal call.
To assign the surface-mounted home station
video to another home station, proceed as follows:
1. Control device: press the "Systemprogr." button for 3 s to start the programming mode.
3s
2. Home station: press the "Menu" button to
open the Start-up menu.
Assign
>
3. Select the menu item "Assign" in the Start-up
menu of the home station.
Internal call >
4. Select the menu item "Internal call" in the
"Assign" menu.
Internal call 1
5. Select the desired internal call (1-10) and
confirm it with OK.
✓ The surface-mounted home station video
S: 1:20
3s
outputs a long acknowledgement tone.
At the same time, the counter "S" of the
temporarily stored internal calls is increased by
1.
6. Press the button
on the home station for
3 s until a brief acknowledgement tone is
heard.
✓ A long acknowledgement tone indicates
successful assignment.
Three short acknowledgement tones indicate
faulty assignment. The memory of the home
station (flush-mounted home station max. 10,
surface-mounted home stations max. 15 call
buttons) may already be occupied.
1x
7. Briefly press the "Systemprogr." button on
the control device to exit the programming
mode.
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Assigning a flush-mounted home station to surface-mounted home
station video
A voice connection between two home stations
can be established via the internal call.
To assign a flush-mounted home station call button to the surface-mounted home station video,
please proceed as follows:
1. Control device: press the "Systemprogr." button for 3 s to start the programming mode.
3s
3s
Hobbyraum
2. Press the call button on the flush-mounted
home station for 3 s. Release the call button
following the brief acknowledgement tone
sounds.
✓ The home station outputs a long acknowledgement tone.
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Releasing the button after 3 s
If the button is not released after the first
acknowledgement tone, all call buttons of the
home station will be deleted after an additional
3 s.
3s
3. Press the button
on the surface-mounted
home station video for 3 s until a brief
acknowledgement tone is heard.
✓ A long acknowledgement tone indicates
successful assignment.
Three short acknowledgement tones indicate
faulty assignment. The memory of the
surface-mounted home station video may
already be occupied. A maximum of 24 call
buttons can be assigned.
1x
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4. Briefly press the "Systemprogr." button on
the control device to exit the programming
mode.
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Assigning a switching actuator to the surface-mounted home station
video
1. Control device: press the "Systemprogr." button for 3 s to start the programming mode.
3s
✓ The LED of the last set operating mode flashes
at the switching actuator.
Funtkion
3s
Progr.
2. Press the "Funktion" button on the switching
actuator several times until the LED of the
desired operating mode flashes.
3. Press the "Progr." button on the switching
actuator for 3 s until the LED next to the button flashes.
4. Press the "Menu" button on the home station
to open the Start-up menu.
Assign
>
5. Select the menu item "Assign" in the Start-up
menu of the home station.
Switch. action >
6. Select the menu item "Switching action" in
the "Assign" menu.
Switch. action 1
7. Select the desired switching action (1-10) and
confirm it with OK.
✓ A long acknowledgement tone indicates
successful assignment.
1x
8. Briefly press the "Systemprogr." button on
the control device to exit the programming
mode.
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Assigning surface-mounted home station video via floor-call button
If you cannot access the flat during start-up, you
can also assign the surface-mounted home station
video via a connected floor-call button:
3s
1. Control device: press the "Systemprogr." button for 3 s to start the programming mode.
3s
2. Press the call button on the door station for
3 s. Release the call button following the brief
acknowledgement tone sounds.
✓ The door station outputs a long acknowledgement tone.
3s
3. Press the floor-call button of the home
station to be asseigned for 3 s. Release the
floor-call button after the brief acknowledgement tone sounds.
✓ A long acknowledgement tone indicates
successful assignment.
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Only possible with home
station connected directly
With several parallel home stations, only the
home station connected directly to the floor-call
button can be taught in via the floor call button.
1x
42
4. Briefly press the "Systemprogr." button on
the control device to exit the programming
mode.
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Deleting all call button assignments via floor-call button
If necessary, the assignments to the surfacemounted home station video can also be deleted
via a connected floor-call button:
3s
12s
1. Control device: press the "Systemprogr." button for 3 s to start the programming mode.
2. Press the floor-call button of the home
station with the assignments to be deleted
for 12 s.
A short acknowledgement tone sounds after
3 s and 6 s. Continue to press the floor-call
button until a long acknowledgement tone
sounds.
✓ All assignments of the surface-mounted home
station video are deleted.
1x
3. Briefly press the "Systemprogr." button on
the control device to exit the programming
mode.
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What to do if...
...
, ,
and
running light?
flash clockwise like a
This error message is displayed if.
1. the additional power supply on the additional
power supply terminal has failed or
2. overvoltage is being applied at the bus
terminal.
In the former case, the home station is no longer
operational except for the door opener function.
All assignments will be deleted
All call button assignments to the surfacemounted home station video will be deleted with
the instructions for action described in the following!
3s
6s
1x
1. Press the "Systemprogr." button on the control device for 3 s to start the programming
mode.
2. Press the
utton on the home station for
6 s. A short acknowledgement tone sounds
after 3 s. Continue to press the button for
another 3 s until a long acknowledgement
tone sounds.
3. Briefly press the "Systemprogr." button on
the control device to exit the programming
mode.
In the latter case, there is an installation error.
Both cases must be checked by a professional
electrician.
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... the display does not switch on during an
internal call
The display switches on during internal calls or
door calls from a door station without a colour
cameras when the surface-mounted home station video is operated with an additional power
supply.
... a text message appears in the display?
(Order No. 1239 .. only)
The following text messages are shown in the
display:
Error
1/2
"No SD card. Image memory deactivated."
Insert the SD card (see Page 25).
No SD card.
Image memory
deactivated.
Back
OK
Error
1/2
"SD card error"
Format the SD card or insert a new one (see
Page 25).
SD card error
Back
OK
Error
1/1
After formatting the SD card or inserting a new
one, you must save your ringing tone melodies
again.
"Max. images SD card"
This message always appears if more than 170
(of 200) images have been saved in the image
memory.
Max. images
SD card
You now have two options:
Back
OK
1. Simply confirm this message with OK, and
the first image in memory starting with 201 is
overwritten.
2. Copy all image files (BMP and PIC.DAT) to an
external storage medium and then delete
these files from the SD card.
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Error
"WAVE file error"
1/2
This message appears if at least one of the ten
WAVE files on the SD card is missing or has the
wrong format.
WAVE file
error
Back
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OK
Operation despite missing ringing tone
melody
If the required ringing tone melodies are missing from the SD card, melodies 1 through 5 are
replaced by the permanently stored basic melodies. If melodies 6 through 10 are missing, they
are replaced by basic melody 1. This ensures
that the surface-mounted home station video
Plus can signal calls even without an SD card.
Assign melody
 Melody 4
Melody 5
Melody 6
Melody 7


Back
OK
...
appears next to the ringing tone melody?
The crossed-out SD card next to a ringing tone
melody is displayed if
• the melody cannot be found on the SD card
(file saved incorrectly?)
• the melody was saved in an incompatible
WAVE format (for WAVE file parameters,
see Page 26)
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Ringing tone melodies in the download
area
The ringing tone melodies used in the surfacemounted home station video Plus (Order No.
1239 ..) are available in the Gira download area.
If necessary, ringing tone melodies 1 to 5 of the
surface-mounted home station video (Order No.
1279 ..) can also be downloaded as WAVE files
for the surface-mounted home station video
Plus. This way, the same ringing tone melodies
can be used for signalling as soon as two different surface-mounted home station videos are in
use.
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Notes on care
Cleaning
To clean the surface-mounted home station
video, wipe it off with a damp cloth (do not use
cleaners containing solvents) or an antistatic
cloth.
Never use a dry cloth, as there is danger of static
charging in this case.
A button is accidentally pressed
during cleaning
When wiping off the surface-mounted home
station video with a damp cloth etc., the capacitive buttons may accidentally be pressed.
Therefore, please check after wiping off
whether the front door has been opened accidentally.
Renovation
Before the start of renovation work (e.g. painting
or wallpapering), remove the surface-mounted
home station video from the mounting plate
(see Page 36).
During the renovation work, protect the terminal
block exposed on the mounting plate against
soiling with the included protective cover.
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Technical data
Order No. 1279 .. and 1239 ..
Power supply:
26 V DC ± 2 V
(bus voltage)
Connections:
2 screw terminals for
2-wire bus
2 screw terminals for
floor-call button
2 screw terminals for
additional power supply
Dimensions
(W x H x D):
55 x 127 x 21 mm
Temperature range:
0 ºC to +50 ºC
Display size:
2,2“
Colour system:
PAL
Resolution:
320 x 240 (H x V), QVGA
Aditional power supply: SELV 24 V DC ±10 %,
300 mA
Order No. 1239 ..
SD card:
FAT32
Ringing tone
48
Quantity:
20
(10 x perm. on bus
power supply,
10 x add. power supply)
Format:
WAVE
Sampling rate:
16 kHz
Resolution
16-bit
Soundtrack:
Mono
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Adverse effects in images due to
electrostatic discharge
If the device is installed/operated with a metallic frame, touching the frame can in rare cases
cause interference in the video image display
due to electrostatic discharge.
The connection can be re-established by ending
the conversation and then starting it again with
the receiver button.
Warranty
The warranty is provided in accordance with
statutory requirements via the specialist trade.
Please submit or send faulty devices postage
paid together with an error description to your
responsible salesperson (specialist trade/installation company/electrical specialist trade).
They will forward the devices to the Gira Service
Center.
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51
Gira
Giersiepen GmbH & Co. KG
Elektro-InstallationsSysteme
Postfach 1220
42461 Radevormwald
Deutschland
Tel +49 (0) 21 95 / 602 - 0
Fax +49 (0) 21 95 / 602 - 191
www.gira.de
info@gira.de
10 860943 38/14
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