Operating manual - Vedo control unit

Operating manual - Vedo control unit
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USER
MANUAL
Operating manual - Vedo control unit
•General introduction................................................................................................................ 6
•Using the keypad..................................................................................................................... 6
Keypad buttons..................................................................................................................... 6
Keypad signals...................................................................................................................... 7
LCD screen....................................................................................................................... 7
System status display....................................................................................................... 7
Key to the indicator LEDs................................................................................................. 7
Events display................................................................................................................... 8
Area status display........................................................................................................... 8
Buzzer............................................................................................................................... 8
Keypad procedures............................................................................................................... 9
Total area activation.......................................................................................................... 9
Area deactivation.............................................................................................................. 10
Partial activations P1 and P2............................................................................................ 10
Using the function keys.................................................................................................... 10
Quick activation................................................................................................................ 10
Activation with zones open............................................................................................... 10
Activation in presence of faults........................................................................................ 11
Activation in presence of tampering................................................................................. 12
Alarm lock in progress...................................................................................................... 12
User not recognised......................................................................................................... 12
Robbery Code.................................................................................................................. 12
Appendix. Meaning of the warning messages................................................................. 13
System Management Menu............................................................................................... 14
Navigation mode.............................................................................................................. 14
Modifying a numerical value............................................................................................. 14
Modifying an alphanumerical value.................................................................................. 14
Menu structure................................................................................................................. 15
Activations........................................................................................................................... 16
Total activation ................................................................................................................. 16
Deactivation...................................................................................................................... 16
Activation scenarios......................................................................................................... 16
Single area activation....................................................................................................... 17
Quick Alarms....................................................................................................................... 17
Output activation................................................................................................................. 18
Commands.......................................................................................................................... 18
Event key 1 (or 2).............................................................................................................. 19
Overtime........................................................................................................................... 19
Stop Alarms ..................................................................................................................... 19
Reset Alarms.................................................................................................................... 19
Stop telephone calls......................................................................................................... 19
Reset control unit............................................................................................................. 20
Request support............................................................................................................... 20
Authorise Installer ............................................................................................................ 20
Authorise manufacturer ................................................................................................... 20
Test....................................................................................................................................... 20
Inputs Test........................................................................................................................ 21
Outputs/Siren test............................................................................................................ 21
SIM test............................................................................................................................ 21
Credit remaining......................................................................................................... 21
GSM network level..................................................................................................... 21
Tel. Line Test$................................................................................................................... 22
MMS send test................................................................................................................. 22
Radio RSSI test................................................................................................................ 22
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System analysis................................................................................................................... 22
Zone status....................................................................................................................... 22
Fault-finding...................................................................................................................... 24
Options................................................................................................................................. 25
Codes management......................................................................................................... 25
Edit active user code.................................................................................................. 25
Edit inactive user code............................................................................................... 25
Code deletion............................................................................................................. 26
Change date/time............................................................................................................. 26
Enable/Disable voice menu.............................................................................................. 26
Permanently enable installer ............................................................................................ 27
Enable/Disable timer......................................................................................................... 27
Key Management ............................................................................................................. 28
Acquire....................................................................................................................... 28
Enable........................................................................................................................ 29
Description................................................................................................................. 29
Delete......................................................................................................................... 29
Telephone contacts list..................................................................................................... 30
Description................................................................................................................. 30
Telephone (number).................................................................................................... 30
Email (address)........................................................................................................... 31
Enable calls................................................................................................................ 31
Stop calls.................................................................................................................... 31
Enable SMS................................................................................................................ 31
Enable EMAIL............................................................................................................. 31
Enable MMS............................................................................................................... 31
Auto activation.................................................................................................................. 32
Events Log........................................................................................................................... 33
Events Memory.......................................................................................................... 33
Alarms Memory.......................................................................................................... 34
•Using Vedo Touch.................................................................................................................. 35
Vedo Touch navigation....................................................................................................... 35
Screen: code entry..................................................................................................... 36
Screen: Action completed.......................................................................................... 36
Vedo Touch signals............................................................................................................. 36
Buzzer............................................................................................................................... 36
Key to indicator LEDs....................................................................................................... 37
Main screen......................................................................................................................... 37
Activation/deactivation buttons........................................................................................ 37
System status................................................................................................................... 37
Alarm or tampering alert screen....................................................................................... 38
Viewing images and video from zones in alarm............................................................... 39
Quick commands from the home screen......................................................................... 40
Activations........................................................................................................................ 40
Deactivation...................................................................................................................... 40
Activation with zones open............................................................................................... 41
Activation with zones excluded........................................................................................ 41
Activation in the presence of faults.................................................................................. 41
Activation while tampering is present............................................................................... 42
Using the RFID key........................................................................................................... 42
Settings menu..................................................................................................................... 43
Settings/Cameras............................................................................................................. 44
Customised activation...................................................................................................... 45
Activation control.............................................................................................................. 46
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Events log......................................................................................................................... 47
Zone and area status........................................................................................................ 47
Quick commands ............................................................................................................ 48
Output commands............................................................................................................ 50
Telephone contacts list..................................................................................................... 50
Edit telephone number description............................................................................ 51
Edit telephone number............................................................................................... 51
Edit email address...................................................................................................... 52
Options............................................................................................................................. 52
Keyboard emulation.......................................................................................................... 52
Options menu...................................................................................................................... 53
Change PIN...................................................................................................................... 53
Set date and time............................................................................................................. 54
Voice menu - Installer....................................................................................................... 54
Register key...................................................................................................................... 54
Delete key......................................................................................................................... 55
Auto activation.................................................................................................................. 56
Timer................................................................................................................................. 56
LED management............................................................................................................. 57
Organize desktop............................................................................................................. 58
Buzzer............................................................................................................................... 58
Configuration.................................................................................................................... 59
Configuration menu............................................................................................................ 59
BUS485 address............................................................................................................... 59
BUS485 speed................................................................................................................. 60
Device password.............................................................................................................. 60
User code......................................................................................................................... 60
LAN................................................................................................................................... 60
IP Address........................................................................................................................ 61
Subnet mask..................................................................................................................... 61
Gateway............................................................................................................................ 61
ViP Address...................................................................................................................... 62
Touch screen lock............................................................................................................. 62
Touch screen calibration................................................................................................... 62
Reset configuration........................................................................................................... 63
Update product................................................................................................................ 63
Information....................................................................................................................... 64
•Using digital keys (RFID)....................................................................................................... 65
Using digital keys on the keypad....................................................................................... 65
Area activation.................................................................................................................. 65
Activation with open zones / faults present / tampering present..................................... 65
Area deactivation.............................................................................................................. 65
Using cycle mode............................................................................................................. 66
Alarm lock in progress...................................................................................................... 66
Keys not valid................................................................................................................... 66
Using the RFID reader........................................................................................................ 67
RFID reader indications...................................................................................................... 67
Key to the indicator LEDs................................................................................................. 67
Buzzer .............................................................................................................................. 68
Procedures using the RFID reader.................................................................................... 69
Area activation.................................................................................................................. 69
Area activation with zones open....................................................................................... 69
Area deactivation.............................................................................................................. 69
Using cycle mode............................................................................................................. 69
Alarm lock in progress...................................................................................................... 69
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Keys not valid................................................................................................................... 69
•Using the radio control......................................................................................................... 70
Radio control indications................................................................................................... 70
Actions via radio control.................................................................................................... 70
Exhausted battery............................................................................................................... 70
Alarm lock in progress....................................................................................................... 70
•Using remote communications............................................................................................ 71
Telephone signaller............................................................................................................. 71
Telephone calls................................................................................................................. 71
SMS.................................................................................................................................. 71
Email................................................................................................................................. 71
MMS................................................................................................................................. 71
Voice guide.......................................................................................................................... 72
Menu connection procedure............................................................................................ 72
Main menu........................................................................................................................ 72
(1) System Status....................................................................................................... 72
(2) Area management................................................................................................. 72
(2.4) Single area activation sub-menu........................................................................ 72
(3) Outputs.................................................................................................................. 73
(4) Alarm log............................................................................................................... 73
(5) Zones..................................................................................................................... 73
SMS commands.................................................................................................................. 73
Alarms memory................................................................................................................ 74
Stop alarm........................................................................................................................ 74
Area status........................................................................................................................ 74
Area activation: Activate, Forced activation..................................................................... 74
Area deactivation: deactivate........................................................................................... 75
Zone status: zones........................................................................................................... 75
Commands for zones: include zones, exclude zones, activate zones, isolate zones...... 76
Output status: outputs...................................................................................................... 76
Commands for outputs: activate outputs, deactivate outputs......................................... 76
Request total credit remaining on the SIM....................................................................... 77
WEB server.......................................................................................................................... 78
Description of the interface.............................................................................................. 78
Intrusion areas.................................................................................................................. 79
Configuration.................................................................................................................... 81
Table of programmed telephone numbers....................................................................... 82
Table of zones..................................................................................................................... 83
Glossary............................................................................................................................... 84
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GENERAL INTRODUCTION
The modern and functional VEDO system offers the best possible response to the technical and performancerelated demands of modern security systems.
This manual provides information regarding the day-to-day use of the VEDO system. Please refer to the
Glossary if you wish to check the meaning of the terms used in this manual.
USING THE KEYPAD
The LCD keypad allows an authorised user to enable and disable the system, to check the system status
and manage its general features, to check the event log history and to perform functional tests. A more
complete version of the User manual for Art. VEDOLCD, VEDOLCDPROX is available for download from www.
comelitgroup.com.
RFID reader
Keypad buttons
The keypad is used to operate the system via menu navigation and the entry of numeric and alphanumeric
parameters.
The table of button functions is shown below:
Key
Function
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Number keys for entering codes, or alphanumeric keys for entering characters
C (canc)
Prog
P1-Partial1
P2-Partial2
ON
OFF
Arrows (F1, F2, F3, F4)
ENTER
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Cancel key for menus
Press after entering the user code to enter the user menu
Press after the code for Partial 1 activation
Press after the code for Partial 2 activation
Total activation
Deactivation (press after the code is entered)
Menu navigation (when used as arrow keys), or can be used as function keys (when held pressed or
pressed after entering the code)
Confirm operation to carry out or enter menus
Keypad signals
LCD screen
In standby mode, the time appears on the first line of the display, while the second line is empty and the
LEDs are off.
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System status display
„„ When a 6-digit user code is entered, the code is validated on the sixth digit; if the user is authorised, the
name associated with that user appears on the first line.
User 1
UUUUUUUU
Once a valid user code has been entered, the system switches to 'System Status Display' mode, where
the user can view the status of the Areas on the second line of the display (as described in "Area status
display" see page 8) and the system status is indicated on the LEDs (as described in "Key to the
indicator LEDs" see page 7). The system will remain in System Status Display mode for the period of
time set by the installer during the programming phase; the factory setting is 120 seconds. If the time is set
as unlimited, the code does not need to be entered in order to view the system status on the display and
via the LEDs; it will always be visible.
Until the time has elapsed, the standby screen appears as follows:
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UUUUUUUU
„„ Pressing C again will return the screen to standby mode, with no indication of the current status of the
areas (immediately hiding the information on display).
Key to the indicator LEDs
The keypad is fitted with 4 indicator LEDs, the meanings of which (working from top to bottom) are
described in the table below.
LED
Colour
Status Function
Off Mains power off (device on standby)
Green
On Mains power present
Slow flash
Yellow
Mains power OK, but system not ready for enabling or there are (non excluded) open
zones
Off Battery OK
On Indicates an anomaly in the battery of the control unit and/or of a bus power supply unit
Off No problem
Yellow
On Problem detected
Slow flash Presence of isolated or excluded zones, or of temporarily excluded faults/tampering.
Off No active alarms
Red
On Active alarm
Slow flash Alarm event log
IMPORTANT: The event log resets every time the system is enabled or disabled.
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Events display
If an event occurs, the keypad will display it on both lines, with the first line displaying the type of event
(fault, open zone, tampering) and the second displaying a description of the event.
Fault:
Touch Fault
To move from the event display screen to the standby screen and vice-versa, simply press 'C'.
Area status display
√√ To display the areas, the screen must be in the mode”System status display” see page 7
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UUUUUU
area status
area number
The table below provides a key to characters used in the second line to describe the area status.
Character
A
Area Status
Alarm
Notes
A zone belonging to this area is in alarm condition
T
Tamper
A zone belonging to this area or a peripheral device that manages the area is in tamper
condition
S
Activated total
All theft zones associated with the area are activated (they can generate alarms)
P
Activated partial 1+2
The theft zones with partial 1 attributes and those with partial 2 attributes are activated
1
Activated partial 1
All theft zones associated with partial 1 are activated (they can generate alarms)
2
Activated partial 2
All theft zones associated with partial 2 are activated (they can generate alarms)
U
Deactivated
No zones activated
F
Fault
Area fault; indicates the presence of at least one fault.
N
Not ready for activation
Area not ready for activation; indicates the presence of at least one condition preventing
activation.
>
Entry time
A theft zone belonging to the area is set with an "entry time" to allow the user to deactivate
the alarm.
<
Exit time
A theft zone belonging to the area is set with an "exit time" to allow the user time to exit the
building before the alarm is activated.
Buzzer
The buzzer in the keypad beeps when any valid key is pressed. Furthermore, depending on the options
selected during the programming stage, the buzzer can signal:
Beep*
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Alerts
•
Key pressed
— (1 sec.)
Activation confirmed
— (2 sec.)
Total deactivation confirmed
•••••••• (2 sec)
Failed activation
••••••••••••••••••••
At least one zone is in alarm condition
••••••••••••••••••••
At least one zone is in "pre-alarm" condition (time period between zone violation and Alarm
event generation).
•
•
•
•
• •
•
Automatic activation pre-alert time
•
•
•
•
• •
•
At least one zone is in "Exit time" condition
• • • • • • • • • •
At least one zone is in "Entry time" condition
•·•·•·•·•·•·•·•·•·•·•·•·•·
Signals that a zone with the chime attribute (zone opening alert chine) has been opened. The
buzzer is activated only if the violated zone is not activated
•••••••••••••
Waiting for key to be presented for acquisition of RFID key
*The symbol "•” represents a short beep, the symbol “—” represents a long beep. The distance between the “•” symbols
represents the time frequency of the beeps. The size of the symbols represents the relative volume of the beeps “•·”
Keypad procedures
Unauthenticated users can only use the delete key “C” or the numerical keys. If a key that is not
usable is pressed, the display will show the message "FUNCTION NOT AVAILABLE".
Authenticated users of the keypad who press button C will be returned through the previous menu
until the area status is displayed. If the value of the area status display time for that keypad is not
unlimited, the next press of button C will return the keypad to standby mode, with no indication of
the current status of the areas (immediately hiding the information on the display).
√√ With device in standby.
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or:
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UUUUUUUU
„„ Enter the 6-digit user code followed by the keys corresponding to the required operation. The operations
available are listed below:
Key sequence
Operation
Code + ON +
Total activation
Code + OFF
Deactivation
Code + P1 +
Partial 1 activation
Code + P2 +
Partial 2 activation
Code + ‘prog’
System management menu access
Code + function key
Execution of the function associated with key F1/F2/F3/F4
Code +
Display last event in Alarm Log, if present. If there are no events recorded in the Alarm Log,
or if the alert has already been displayed, on pressing Enter, the message "FUNCTION NOT
AVAILABLE" will be displayed. It is however still possible to view previously displayed alerts in
Events Log (see complete User Manual).
Total area activation
This procedure activates all areas enabled for the user and the keypad from which he/she is sending the command.
To carry out total activation:
1. Enter user code and press ‘ON’.
ACTIVATE
TOTAL?
2. Press ‘ENTER’ to confirm activation, or ‘C’ to cancel.
3. If activation is confirmed the following screen will appear, if it is cancelled the display will revert to the
"System status display" see page 7screen.
ACTIVATION
IN PROGRESS
4. If the operation was completed successfully, an ‘I’ will appear in correspondence with the activated
areas to indicate total activation of the area.
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SSSSSSSS
IMPORTANT: If an Exit time is set, the keypad will signal it by beeping (see "Buzzer" on page 8) for the
duration of the Exit time period.
Output Time
<<<<<<<<
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Area deactivation
„„ To deactivate the areas, enter the code and press 'OFF'; the following screen signals that the operation
has been completed successfully.
DEACTIVATION
EXECUTED
Partial activations P1 and P2
To activate partial scenario P1 or P2:
1. Enter the code then press the key associated with the desired scenario. The screen in the figure
illustrates what happens after P1 is pressed (the same thing will happen for P2).
SCENARIO ↵ ↓
Scenario P1
2. Press ‘ENTER’ to confirm activation, or select a different scenario using the up and down arrow keys,
then press ‘ENTER’.
3. The keypad shows confirmation message “SCENARIO EXECUTED”.
IMPORTANT: the installer can program the P1 and P2 keys to activate scenarios other than partial 1
and 2, selecting other scenarios from the 16 programmable options.
Using the function keys
The function keys F1/F2/F3/F4 can be used to perform various actions, such as: total activation, total
deactivation, reset alarms, stop alarms.
To use them:
1. Enter the 6-digit code.
2. Press the function key associated with the desired action.
3. At this point the activation or command confirmation screen will appear.
When using the function keys, you do not need to press 'ENTER' to confirm the action after pressing the
function key itself.
IMPORTANT: to change the action associated with the key, contact your installer.
Quick activation
Quick activation is used to activate the system without entering the user code.
This type of activation is available for the following keys:
• ON: total activation
• P1, P2, F1, F2, F3, F4 : to perform the action associated with the key
To use it:
„„ press and hold the key corresponding to the desired action for 2 seconds.
IMPORTANT: these activations which do not require the user code are applied to all areas for which the
keypad is enabled.
IMPORTANT: the use of quick keys can be enabled or disabled by the installer during programming.
Activation with zones open
If zones are open during system activation, before confirming the action the keypad will display:
OPENED ZONES! ↵
FORCE? ↓
Different methods can be used to continue with activation:
A. (recommended option) Cancel the operation by pressing 'C', close the open zone and retry
activation.
B. Force activation by pressing "ENTER". This method forces activation, generating a fault condition
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for the open zones (to be used only when the zone cannot be closed, because it reduces the security
level of the system).
C. Exclude the zone. This method allows you to exclude the open zones from activation (to be used
only when the zone cannot be closed, because it reduces the security level of the system).
To exclude opened zones, proceed as follows:
√√ From the following screen:
OPENED ZONES! ↵
FORCE? ↓
1. Press the arrow
to display the open zones
Kitchen Window
EXCLUDE?
↓
2. To confirm exclusion of the zone you are viewing, press ‘ENTER’.
3. For activation to take place, ensure all open zones are excluded, then repeat the process
described in steps 1 and 2 for all open zones.
4. After the exclusion procedure has been completed for all open zones, the following screen will
appear:
EXCLUDED ZONES!
ENTER?
↓
5. Press ‘ENTER’ to activate, or press 'C' to cancel.
6. If the operation is completed successfully, an ‘I’ will appear in correspondence with the activated
areas to indicate total activation of these areas.
IMPORTANT: If an Exit time is set, the keypad will signal it by beeping (see "Buzzer" on page 8) for the
duration of the Exit time period.
If the exclusion procedure has not been performed for all open zones, the following screen will appear to
indicate that activation has not been carried out.
TOT ZONE LOCK
Press C to Esc
Activation in presence of faults
If faults are present during system activation, before confirming the action the keypad will display:
FAULTS ! ↵
FORCE? ↓
To continue with activation if a fault has been detected, you will need to force the procedure.
„„ Press "ENTER" to force activation.
IMPORTANT: the user may not be authorised to force activation in the presence of certain faults; for
authorisation contact your installer.
If the user is not authorised for forced activation, the following screen will appear:
ACT. LOCKED
Press C to Esc
From the previous screen (FAULTS! FORCE?):
„„ Use the arrow
to view all faults.
FAULT
↓
VoiceSyntFault
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Activation in presence of tampering
If tampering is present during system activation, before confirming the action the keypad will display:
TAMPER! ↵
FORCE? ↓
To continue with activation if tampering has been detected, you will need to force the procedure.
„„ Press "ENTER" to force activation.
IMPORTANT: the user may not be authorised to force activation in the presence of tampering; for
authorisation contact your installer.
If the user is not authorised for forced activation, the following screen will appear:
ACT. LOCKED
Press C to Esc
From the previous screen (TAMPER! FORCE?):
„„ Use the arrow
to display all tampering.
TAMPER
Zones Tamper
Alarm lock in progress
There are two ways to lock an alarm in progress:
A. Deactivate the system (with the system activated) (code +OFF)
B. Send the ‘Stop alarms’ command.
There are two ways of sending a 'Stop alarms' command:
A. Enter the user code and then press and hold the 'prog' key for at least two seconds.
B. Alternatively, enter the code to access the user menu; under the "Commands" option, press
'ENTER' when you reach the "STOP ALARMS" command.
An alarm lock causes the outputs (sirens, etc.) to switch off and cuts off any calls which are in progress or
in a queue.
CAUTION: The STOP ALARMS procedure does not deactivate the system. If a system was activated, it
will remain so; only outputs and telephone calls will be blocked for that specific alarm.
User not recognised
If an invalid code is entered, the user unknown message will appear:
USER UNKNOWN
If 3 attempts at entering an invalid code are made, the keypad will be locked for two minutes.
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KEYPAD LOCKED
IMPORTANT: the "user not recognised" keypad lock can be disabled, plus the number of attempts
and the lock time can also be changed by the installer during programming.
Robbery Code
A robbery code is associated with every user code. The robbery code is the user code + 1.
Example: user code 111111, the corresponding robbery code is 111112. Code 119999, robbery code =
120000. Code 123459, robbery code = 123460. It is not possible to register a user code corresponding to
an existing user code + 1, since this new code corresponds to the robbery code of the existing user. Use
of the robbery code triggers the configured calls without requiring activation/deactivation action, plus the
keypad will not indicate that calls are being made.
This code must only be used in the event of deactivation under duress (burglar present).
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Appendix. Meaning of the warning messages
WARNING MESSAGES
ACTION EXECUTED
ACT. REQ. CODE
ACT. LOCKED
DESCRIPTION
The requested action has been executed.
The requested action requires a code to be entered.
The user is not authorised to perform activation.
ACT. LOCKED L2
Level 2 user is not authorised to perform activation (contact your installer for authorisation).
ACT. LOCKED L3
Level 3 user is not authorised to perform activation (contact your installer for authorisation).
TOT ZONE LOCK
Zones not ready for forced total activation.
P1 ZONE LOCK
Zones not ready for forced P1 activation.
P2 ZONE LOCK
Zones not ready for forced P2 activation.
USER UNKNOWN
The code entered has not been recognised (invalid code).
INST.NOT AUTH.
The installer is not authorised.
USER NOT AUTH.
The user is not authorised.
NOT AUT.ACT.
NOT AUT.DEACT:
NOT AUT. ACT.
NOT AUT. FORCE
NOT AUT. DEV.
The user is not authorised to perform activations.
The user is not authorised to perform deactivations.
The user is not authorised to perform individual activations.
The user is not authorised to perform forced activations.
The user is not authorised to perform activations on the device.
NOT AUT. AREAS
The user is not authorised to perform operations on a certain area.
USER TIMER OFF
The user is enabled for access; disabled by a timer.
KEY NOT VALID
The key is not valid.
OUTPUT ABSENT
The action has been requested for an absent exit.
ZONE ABSENT!
The action has been requested for an absent zone.
CAN’T EXCLUDE
The zone cannot be excluded.
CAN’T ISOLATE
The zone cannot be isolated.
TECH PRGRMNG
Technical programming in progress. Wait before performing any operations.
UPDATE ERROR
Device update error.
ACT. AREAS ERROR
DEV LOCKED
Access not permitted; areas activated.
Device Locked.
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System Management Menu
Navigation mode
To access the user menu, enter the code and press the 'prog' key, whether the system is activated or
deactivated.
The user menu consists of a certain number of options, divided into sub-menus.
IMPORTANT: When the product leaves the factory, only User 1 is available and enabled with the code 111111.
„„ Use the keys
to move about in the menu and the key
to pass to the next level or to
confirm the entry of a new data item.
„„ Press C to return to the previous menu.
N.B.: user menu presentation is dynamic. Menu options are only displayed if the user logged in to the
control panel possesses the required authorisation. The menu tree is shown in full below.
Modifying a numerical value
To modify a numerical value, type in the desired value, following the format shown on the display, omitting
non-numerical characters, but filling in all the numerical characters of the proposed format.
e.g. date DD-MM-YY must be entered as DDMMYY; 2 September 2015 will become 020915, without
dashes but with a zero at the beginning to fill the tens digit for the days.
e.g. Setpoint 1.14 is entered as 114, without the decimal point.
Modifying an alphanumerical value
Once you have selected the string you wish to change (for example, the description of a zone) the first
character available for editing will start to flash. At this point characters can be entered or replaced using
the same technique as used in mobile telephones with a pushbutton keypad. Press the same key several
times to change the suggested character in accordance with a set sequence. The table below shows the
sequence of characters available for each key.
Press the C key when the first character is flashing to exit the string without saving any changes.
To move around within the string, use the right and left navigation keys.
Pressing the C key while inside the string deletes the character to the left of the flashing character.
The new character, when necessary, will be entered to the left of the flashing character.
Press Confirm to save the changes.
The table below lists the character sequence for each key.
Number key
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Corresponding character sequence
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
. , :
A B
D E
G H
J K
M N
P Q
T U
; _ - # * ' @ / 1
C a b c 2
F d e f 3
I g h i 4
L j k l 5
O m n o 6
R S p q r s 7
V t u v 8
9
W X Y Z w x y z 9
0
(space) 0
Menu structure
The structure of the System Management menu is described in the following list:
Activations
• Total activation
• Total deactivation
• Activation scenarios
• Single area activation
Quick alarms
• Activate theft alarm?
• Activate H24 alarm?
• Activate fire alarm?
• Activate panic alarm?
• Activate burglar alarm?
• Activate flooding alarm?
• Activate gas alarm?
• Activate doctor alarm?
Output activation
• Control panel 1
• Control panel 2
• Control panel 3
• Exp (x)
Commands
• Event 1 key
• Event 2 key
• Overtime request
• Stop Alarms
• Reset Alarms
• Stop telephone calls
• Request support
• Authorise Installer
Test
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Inputs Test
Outputs/Bell Test
SIM test
Generic events test
MMS send test
Radio RSSI test
Digital dialler test
System analysis
• Zone status (from this parameter it is possible
to perform the following actions: exclusion,
inclusion, activation or isolation)
• Tampering / Fault-finding
• Enabling (option available for keys
already acquired; if the user is
authorised, he/she can operate on all the
keys, otherwise only the key with which
he/she is associated)
• Description:
(option
available
for
keys already acquired; if the user is
authorised, he/she can operate on all the
keys, otherwise only the key with which
he/she is associated)
• Acquire
• Delete (option available for keys already
acquired; if the user is authorised, he/she
can operate on all the keys, otherwise
only the key with which he/she is
associated)
• Telephone contacts list
• Description
• Telephone (Change telephone number)
• Email (Change email address)
• Enable calls (Yes/No)
• Stop calls (Yes/No)
• Enable SMS (Yes/No)
• Enable EMAIL (Yes/No)
• Enable MMS (Yes/No)
• Auto activation
• Activation (Yes/No)
• Keypad Buzzer
• Active (Yes/No)
• Input (Yes/No)
• Output (Yes/No)
• Alarm (Yes/No)
• Chime (Yes/No)
• Pre-alarm (Yes/No)
• Pre-alert (Yes/No)
• Key Beep (Yes/No)
• Activation/Deactivation (Yes/No)
• Failed activation (Yes/No)
• SIM expiry
• Enable SIM expiry (Yes/No)
• SIM expiry date
Events Log
• Events memory
• Alarms Memory
Options
• Codes management
• Enter (if the user is authorised, he/
she can operate on all the user codes,
otherwise just his/her own code)
• Delete (if the user is authorised, he/
she can operate on all the user codes,
otherwise just his/her own code)
• Change date/time
• Enable voice menu (Yes/No)
• Permanently enable installer (Yes/No)
• Timer (Yes/No)
• Key Management
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Activations
All the considerations described in the previous paragraphs relating to activation apply, even if open zones,
faults or tampering events are detected.
Scroll through the menu using the arrows until you see:
System Mgmt.
Activations
„„ Then press 'ENTER' to display the activation options: Total Activation, Deactivation, Scenarios, Single area
activation.
„„ Use the up and down arrows to scroll through the available activation options.
Total activation
Activations
Total Acts.
„„ Press 'ENTER' to carry out a total activation.
ACTIVATE
TOTAL?
„„ To confirm activation, press 'ENTER'.
Deactivation
From the following screen:
Activations
Total deacts.
„„ Press 'ENTER' to carry out a deactivation.
DEACTIVATE
TOTAL?
„„ To confirm deactivation, press 'ENTER'.
Activation scenarios
This option can be used to activate an activation scenario.
From the following screen:
Activations
Acts. Scenarios
„„ Press 'ENTER' to access the screen ACTIVATION/Scenario P1
SET ↵ ↓
Scenario P1
„„ At this point, use the Up and Down arrows to select the desired scenario (Scenario P1, Scenario P2,
Scenario P1+P2, Scenario 4/16 ) and press ENTER' to activate it.
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Single area activation
This option can be used to activate a single area.
From the following screen:
Activations
Act. Single Area
„„ Press 'ENTER' to access the screen ACTIVATION/Area 1
ACTIVATE ↵ ↓
Area 1
„„ At this point, use the arrows (up and down) to select the area to be activated.
„„ Press ‘ENTER’ to activate an area.
ACT. TYPE
↵↓
TOTAL
„„ Now use the Up and Down arrows to select the type of activation (total, P1...) you wish to apply to the
area, then press 'ENTER' to activate the selected type.
IMPORTANT: the various activation types for a single area are also present with a variant without an
exit time. If you select: "TOTAL DEL. OFF" the area will be activated in TOTAL mode without any exit
time.
If the exit time has not been configured there is no difference between "TOTAL" and "TOTAL DEL. OFF
Quick Alarms
This option can be used to cause one of the following types of alarm event:
• Theft (Activate theft alarm?)
• H24 (Activate H24 alarm?)
• Fire (Activate fire alarm?)
• Panic (Activate panic alarm?)
• Burglary (Activate burglar alarm?)
• Flood (Activate flood alarm?)
• Gas (Activate gas alarm?)
• Doctor (Activate doctor alarm?)
Use the arrows to scroll through the user menu until you see:
System Mgmt.
Quick Alarms
„„ Press 'ENTER' to enter the sub-menu, then use the arrows to scroll through the alarm types, for
example:
ACTIVATE
BURGLAR ALARM?
„„ Press 'ENTER' to cause the selected alarm.
ALARM
EXECUTED
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Output activation
This option can be used to work on the system outputs.
Use the arrows to scroll through the user menu until you see:
System Mgmt.
Activate Output
„„ Press 'ENTER' to access the output activation screen
ACTIVATE OUTPUT
O. Control unit 1
„„ Press the arrows to select the output you wish to work on.
„„ To activate the output press 'ENTER' or 'ON', you will see the confirmation:
OUTPUT ACTIV.
CONFIRMED
„„ To deactivate the output press 'OFF'.
OUTPUT DEACT.
CONFIRMED
Commands
This option can be used to carry out one of the following commands:
• Event 1 key
• Event 2 key
• Overtime
• Stop Alarms
• Reset Alarms
• Stop telephone calls
• Reset Control Unit (only visible to the installer from the keypad; restores the default settings on the control unit).
• Request assistance
• Authorise Installer
Use the arrows to scroll through the user menu until you see:
System Mgmt.
Commands
„„ Then press 'ENTER' and use the up and down arrows to scroll through the available activation options
described from page 19onward.
„„ Press 'ENTER' to execute the desired command
„„ If the command is successfully executed, the following screen is displayed:
COMMAND
EXECUTED
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Event key 1 (or 2)
This option generates the event configured for key 1 on the keypad.
GENERATE
EVENT 1 KEY CMD?
The same applies for event key 2.
IMPORTANT: these commands can be associated to the function keys on the keypad to control
outputs or to generate telephone alerts (telephone calls or SMS).
Overtime
This option can be used to delay timed activation procedures.
GENERATE
OVERTIME CMD?
The default delay time is 60 minutes, and 3 postpone requests can be made.
IMPORTANT: the delay time and the number of requests are parameters which can be changed by
the installer during programming.
IMPORTANT: if timed activations are not enabled, the request will still be completed successfully
even though it will have no effect.
Stop Alarms
This option generates a Stop alarms event. This allows the stoppage of a current alarm by deactivating any
active outputs (sirens, flashing lights, etc.) and blocking any telephone calls in progress or in the queue.
GENERATE
STOP ALARMS CMD?
IMPORTANT: This command is implicitly carried out with each deactivation.
Reset Alarms
This command generates a Reset alarms event, which resets everything to do with the alarm condition.
Execution of the command leads to the resetting of alarm cycles, alarm conditions and alarm memory, and
ends any calls in progress.
GENERATE
RESET ALARM CMD?
IMPORTANT: This command is implicitly carried out with each activation.
Stop telephone calls
If the control unit has been programmed to make calls when certain events (alarms, tampering) occur, when
these conditions arise the control unit will call the programmed numbers.
This option can be used to block all calls in progress (including silent calls) and cancel any queued calls.
GENERATE
STOP PHONE CALL?
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Reset control unit
This option can be used to cause a control unit reset.
GENERATE
UNIT RESET CMD?
This command is only available to authorised users.
IMPORTANT: standard users, by default, are not authorised to execute this command, which is
restricted to Installers.
Request support
Not implemented.
Authorise Installer
This option gives the user control unit access authorisation.
GENERATE
AUTH.INST.CMD?
After execution of the command the installer remains authorised for 4 hours; once this time has elapsed the
authorisation command must be executed again.
IMPORTANT: remember that in order to access the control unit using his own code, the installer must
first be authorised by the user.
Authorise manufacturer
This option (only available for the installer) enablesthe manufacturer code. This operation is essential for
the purposes of system updating.
GENERATE
AUTH. MANUF.CMD?
After execution of the command, the manufacturer remains authorised for 4 hours; once this time has
elapsed the authorisation command must be repeated.
IMPORTANT: remember that in order to access the control unit using his own code, the manufacturer
must first be authorised by the installer.
Test
This option can be used to carry out one of the following commands:
• Inputs Test
• Outputs/Siren test
• SIM test
• Credit remaining
• GSM network level
• Generic ev. test
• MMS send test
• Radio RSSI test
• Digital dialler test
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Inputs Test
This option can be used to test the inputs.
Inputs Test
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„„ Use up and down arrows to scroll through the list of inputs and press ‘ENTER’ to perform the desired
input test.
»» One of the following messages will appear on the display, depending on the input status (open or closed):
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1 ZONE OK!
1 ZONE OPEN
At this point you will be able to activate the input to check that it switches from one status to the other,
and that this switching is signalled on the display.
»» The buzzer will sound to signal that the zone is open.
Outputs/Siren test
This option can be used to test the outputs/sirens.
OutputsBellTest
1 Outdoor siren
„„ Use the up and down arrows to scroll through the list of outputs, select the output to be tested and
press ‘ENTER’.
A message will appear on the display to indicate the output status:
Outdoor siren
Outdoor siren
1 OUTPUT OFF
1 OUTPUT ON
„„ At this point the output can be switched on/off by pressing the ‘OFF’ or ‘ON’ keys, in order to make
sure it is working properly.
On exiting this test menu the output will be automatically restored to its normal status.
SIM test
This menu can be used to check the credit remaining on your SIM and check the GSM signal strength.
Credit remaining
GSM Test
Credit remaining
„„ Press ‘ENTER’ to begin the remaining credit request.
You will receive a message from your network provider with information about your remaining credit.
GSM network level
SIM TEST
GSM network lvl
„„ Press ‘ENTER’ to start the test.
You will see the result on a scale of 0 to 4, where 0 is the minimum and 4 is the maximum.
GSM network lvl
(0 - 4): 3
*
* If the SIM card is working in roaming mode on another network, the message “Roaming” will be displayed
after the signal level
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Generic event test
From this menu you can perform tests on all the programmed generic events. The pre-configured alerts for
the generic event are sent. The first generic event to be proposed is the "Call Test"; use the arrow keys to
scroll through the menu to select the generic event you wish to test.
Test progress is monitored via the following messages: “Timeout”, “In progress...”, “Requested...”,
“Error...”, “Ended”...
MMS send test
When this test is carried out, an image is acquired by a camera connected to an input; this is sent via MMS
to the telephone number programmed in Safe Manager.
„„ Using the up and down arrows, select an input from the list (only those with a camera connected) and
press ‘ENTER’ to start the test.
IP Test
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Test progress is monitored via the following messages: “Timeout”, “In progress...”, “Requested...”,
“Error...”, “Ended”...
Radio RSSI test
This test can be used to measure the strength of the transmission signal between the control unit and the
radio zones, radio outputs and radio controls.
„„ Using the arrow keys, select the category you wish to test from the following 3 options and press
‘ENTER’ to view the list of zones, outputs or radio controls available.
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Last Trans. lev
Last Trans. lev
Radio Zones
Radio Outputs
Radiocontrols
„„ From the list (e.g. Radio Zones), select the input you wish to test and press ‘ENTER’.
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RSSI 80
The last RSSI value recorded by the control unit for that input is displayed.
The RSSI value shown is that obtained from the last communication between the radio expansion and the
radio device. To obtain the most recent information possible, we recommend opening or closing a zone,
activating or deactivating an output and pressing a key on the radio control.
RSSI values are classified in accordance with the following table:
0-30
Weak
30-70
Good
70-100
Excellent
We recommend installations are not carried out with values lower than 30.
System analysis
Zone status
This option allows you to view the status of the zones and perform actions on them, i.e. exclusion, inclusion,
activation or isolation.
Use the arrow keys to scroll through the System Mgmt. menu to display:
System Mgmt.
Syst. Analysis.
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1. Press ‘ENTER’ to access the System Analysis menu.
Syst. Analysis
Zones status
2. Use the direction keys to select the Zone status option, then press ‘ENTER’.
SCROLL ZONES
WITH ↓↑
3. Use the up and down arrows to scroll through the list of zones.
4. The screen below shows a zone status example.
Wired Zone 1
ZONE OK!
Possible zone statuses:
• Zone open : The zone is open.
• Zone in alarm : The zone is open in alarm condition. If the system is Activated it generates the
General Alarm event, with activation of the Outputs.
• Zone tamper : The zone has been tampered with. The system - irrespective of the Activated /
Deactivated status - generates output activation.
• Zone fault : The zone is faulty. The system - irrespective of the Activated / Deactivated statusgenerates activation of the TC2 output "not ready".
• Zone active: : Zone active, the device is present, configured and understood to be operational.
• Chime zone: : A zone with this attribute generates a chime event if the area to which it belongs
is Deactivated. The enabled keypads will beep, otherwise (Area Activated) it will
behave as specified via the Reaction type parameter.
• Zone excluded: : a zone with this attribute will be excluded and will not generate the Zone alarm
event. Fault and tamper conditions will be signalled.
• Zone isolated: : Zone intended to be temporarily unused. Even if the device is present and
configured, the control unit will not consider it active.
• Zone testing: : A zone with this attribute is fully operational, except that it will not generate an
alarm event, but will record the event in the EVENTS LOG. This attribute allows
monitoring of a zone without causing alarm signals.
• Zone masked: : The masked attribute is only available for radio zones. Radio zone communication
is disturbed with a lowering in the signal/noise ratio.
• Radio Zone: : Radio zone with low battery charge, almost exhausted.
• Supervision : radio zone which does not respond to the radio concentrator; it could be at the edge
of the coverage zone.
• Zone ok! : Zone in standby
5. Press ‘ENTER’ to carry out actions for the desired zone.
1-INCL. 2-EXCL.
3-ACT. 4-ISOL.
6. The number keys indicate a corresponding action:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Zone inclusion: include excluded zones
Zone exclusion: to prevent alarms from being generated in a zone
Zone activation: activate isolated zones
Zone isolation: to completely isolate a zone
„„ Press 1/2/3/4 to command the desired action.
»» To confirm the completed action, the following will appear:
ACTION EXECUTED
Press C to Esc
To return to the list of zones, press C (or wait for a few seconds).
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Fault-finding
This option can be used to view any faults and/or tamper events.
Use the arrow keys to scroll through the System Mgmt. menu to display:
System Mgmt.
Syst. Analysis
„„ Press ‘ENTER’ to access the System Analysis menu.
Syst. Analysis
Fault-finding
„„ Press 'ENTER' to launch the fault-finding procedure.
»» If no faults or tampering events are present, the following will appear:
SYSTEM OK
Press C to Esc
»» On the other hand, if there is a problem with the system, the type of problem is displayed (fault or
tampering).
FAULTS!
↵
↓
or
TAMPER!
↵
↓
To view additional information (if available) on the fault or tampering, press the down arrow; for example.
FAULTS!
↓
VoiceSyntFault
When all the faults have been viewed, press the down arrow to return to the 'FAULTS!' screen.
If both faults and tampering are detected, the faults are displayed first, followed by the tampering events.
Press 'ENTER' on the 'FAULTS!' screen to move on to the 'TAMPER' screen.
„„ Press 'C' to exit the menu.
For some faults, additional details can be displayed by pressing the right arrow . In the following example,
in the case of the fault "IP Fault", the additional information "Error: Link" is displayed, indicating that the IP
expansion network cable is disconnected.
FAULTS!
IP Fault
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↓
Error:
Link
↓
Options
Codes management
This option can be used to edit and delete user codes.
Use the arrow keys to scroll through the System Mgmt. menu to display:
System Mgmt.
Options
„„ Press ‘ENTER’ to access the Options menu.
Options
Codes Management
„„ Press ‘ENTER’ to access the Codes Management menu.
»» At this point the list of user codes will be displayed (if the user is authorised to modify other user codes
it will be possible to select using
a different user name before proceeding)
Edit active user code
The first option displayed is 'Enter'
User 1
Enter
Press the right and left navigation keys to change the selected user, and the up and down arrow keys to
change the option applied to the user.
„„ Press 'ENTER' to apply the option to the selected user.
„„ The 'Enter' option (if the user is already activated) can be used to edit the 6-digit code, pressing
'ENTER' afterwards:
Code:
******
„„ Use the number keys to enter the new code, press 'ENTER' to confirm or 'C' to cancel (or to delete a
digit entered by mistake).
»» If the code has been edited successfully, the following will appear: PARAMETER CHANGED.
»» The following message indicates that an invalid code has been entered: ENTER WRONG!
Edit inactive user code
User 1
Enter
If the user is not active, press 'ENTER' for the enter option:
Code:
Unset
„„ To activate the code, press the number keys to enter the new code and press 'ENTER' to confirm.
»» If the code has been edited successfully, the following will appear: PARAMETER CHANGED.
»» The following message indicates that an invalid code has been entered: ENTER WRONG!
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Code deletion
To delete a code and deactivate a user, select the option 'Delete' using the up and down arrow keys,
and select the user you wish to delete using the right and left arrow keys.
User 2
Delete
„„ To delete the code press 'ENTER', you will be asked to confirm the deletion.
Delete
code?
IMPORTANT: the option for working on user codes can be disabled by the installer during
programming.
Change date/time
This option can be used to set the date and time on the control unit system clock.
„„ Using the arrow keys, navigate to the screen "System Mgmt/Options/Change date/time" and press
'ENTER'.
1. The first line will show DD-MM-YY (day, month and year) and the second line will display the date set
on the control unit.
DD-MM-YY:
↵
01/09/15
2. Enter the date using the number keys (e.g.: 1st September 2015 will become 010915) then confirm.
3. The first line of the display now shows HH-MM (hours and minutes) and the second line shows the time
set on the control unit.
4. Enter the time in the suggested format (e.g. one-fifteen p.m. will become 1315), then confirm.
HH-MM
↵
13:15
5. Once the procedure is complete, it will be confirmed by the message 'PARAMETER CHANGED'.
Enable/Disable voice menu
This option can be used to enable or disable the control unit voice menu. If enabled, the control unit will
answer the calls directed to it.
„„ Using the arrow keys, navigate to the screen "System Mgmt/Options/Enable voice menu" and press
'ENTER'.
Options
EnableVoiceMenu
At this point press the navigation keys to select whether to permanently enable the voice menu or not, then
confirm using 'ENTER'.
Activat.Param.
YES
»» Completion of the operation is confirmed by the message 'PARAMETER CHANGED'.
IMPORTANT: to answer telephone calls with audio messages, the control unit must be equipped with
a voice message memory where the installer should have uploaded the necessary audio messages.
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Permanently enable installer
This option can be used to permanently enable or disable the installer code; in this mode installer enabling
does not expire after 4 hours.
„„ Using the arrow keys, navigate to the screen "System Mgmt/Options/'Perm.Enable Inst." and press
'ENTER'.
Options
Auth.Inst.Perm.
„„ At this point press the navigation keys to select whether to permanently enable the installer code or not,
then confirm using 'ENTER'.
Activat.Param.
YES
»» Completion of the procedure is confirmed by the message 'PARAMETER CHANGED'.
Enable/Disable timer
This option can be used to enable the timers for timed activation procedures.
„„ Using the arrow keys, navigate to the screen "System Mgmt/Options/Timer"
Options
Timer
„„ Press 'ENTER' to access the timer enabling screen.
Timer ON/OFF:
----XXXX--------On the second line, each character represents one of the 16 timers, where '–' indicates disabled and 'X'
enabled.
„„ To change the status of a timer, select it using the right and left arrow keys, then press 'ON' to enable
it (an 'X' will appear) and 'OFF' to disable it (a '–' will appear).
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Key Management
This option can be used to manage the digital keys associated with users.
„„ Using the arrow keys, navigate to the screen "System Mgmt/Options/Key Management"
Options
Key Management
Now the selected key will appear on the first line, and the option to be applied to that key on the second
line. Use the right and left arrow keys to select a key, and the up and down arrows to change the option.
The available options are:
•
•
•
•
Enabling (only available for previously acquired keys)
Description (only available for previously acquired keys)
Acquire
Deletion (only available for previously acquired keys)
Acquire
This option can be used to acquire new digital keys.
1. Select a key using the left and right arrow keys.
Key 1
Acquire
2. Once you have reached the desired key 'ENTER' to start the acquisition procedure.
Acq. from:
Keypad
3. You will be asked to choose the type of device equipped with a key reader from which you wish to
acquire the key (Reader, Keypad, etc.); use the up and down arrows to select the type and press
‘ENTER’ to confirm:
Keypad:
Keypad 1
4. You will be asked to choose the specific device from which to acquire the key (if, for example, you
chose the keypad option, specify which keypad); use the up and down arrow keys to select the
device and press ‘ENTER’ to confirm:
5. The following message will appear on the display:
Acq. password:
In progress...
6. Bring the key close to the sensing area on the device and the message will become:
Acq. password:
Acquired
7. Press 'ENTER' to confirm;the colour of the key acquired will appear:
Colour
Red
8. use the up and down arrow keys buttons to select the user to be associated with the key, then press
‘ENTER’ to confirm.
User
User 1
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9. Successful execution of the operation will be confirmed by the message ‘PARAMETER CHANGED’,
if the key has been acquired correctly, or
Key acquired:
Key duplicated
if the key has already been acquired.
Enable
This option can be used to enable or disable a key.
„„ Select the 'Enabling' option on the second line and press 'ENTER'.
Key 1
Enabling
„„ At this point uses the navigation keys to select whether to permanently enable the key or not, then
confirm using 'ENTER'.
Activat.Param.
YES
»» Completion of the procedure is confirmed by the message 'PARAMETER CHANGED'.
Description
This option can be used to edit the key description.
„„ Select the 'Description' option on the second line and press 'ENTER'.
Key 1
Description
„„ The flashing cursor will appear on the second line. Next, use the number buttons (in text entry mode)
to customise the description of the keys and confirm using 'ENTER'.
Text:
Key 1
»» Completion of the procedure is confirmed by the message 'PARAMETER CHANGED'.
Delete
This option can be used to delete a key.
Key 1
Delete
Select the 'Delete' option on the second line and press 'ENTER'.
Delete
key?
„„ Press 'ENTER' to confirm.
»» Successful completion of the operation is confirmed by the message 'PARAMETER CHANGED'.
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Telephone contacts list
This option can be used to manage the telephone numbers to which the control unit will forward telephone
signaller events (calls, SMS and MMS).
„„ Navigate to the screen "System Mgmt/Options/Tel. Contacts List" and press 'ENTER'.
Options
Tel.ContactsList
Now the numbers listed in the phone book will be displayed on the first line, and the options to be applied
to these numbers on the second. Use the right and left arrow keys to select a number, and the up and down
arrow keys to change the option. Available options:
•
•
•
•
Description
Telephone (number)
Email (address)
Enable calls
•
•
•
•
Stop calls
Enable SMS
Enable EMAIL
Enable MMS
Description
This option can be used to edit the telephone number description.
Select the 'Description' option on the second line and press 'ENTER'.
Telephone 1
Description
„„ The flashing cursor will appear on the second line. Next, use the number buttons (in text entry mode)
to customise the description of the number and confirm using 'ENTER'.
Text:
Telephone 1
»» Completion of the procedure is confirmed by the message 'PARAMETER CHANGED'.
Telephone (number)
This option can be used to edit the selected telephone number.
Select the 'Telephone' option on the second line and press 'ENTER'.
Telephone 1
Telephone
„„ Use the number keys to enter the number, then confirm with 'ENTER'.
Number:
»» Completion of the procedure is confirmed by the message 'PARAMETER CHANGED'.
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Email (address)
This option can be used to edit the selected email address.
Select the 'Email' option on the second line and press 'ENTER'.
Telephone: 1
Email
„„ Use the number keys to enter the email address, then confirm with 'ENTER'.
Text:
»» Completion of the procedure is confirmed by the message 'PARAMETER CHANGED'.
Enable calls
This option can be used to enable the selected telephone number on receipt of a call.
Select the 'Enable calls' option on the second line and press 'ENTER'.
Telephone 1
Enable Calls
„„ At this point press the right and left navigation keys to select whether to enable the receiving of calls
or not, then confirm using 'ENTER'.
Activat.Param.
YES
»» Completion of the procedure is confirmed by the message 'PARAMETER CHANGED'.
Stop calls
This option can be used to enable the selected telephone number for stopping the telephone queue.
For further details, please refer to the procedure described for Enable calls.
Enable SMS
This option can be used to enable the selected telephone number on receipt of an alert SMS.
For further details, please refer to the procedure described for Enable calls.
Enable EMAIL
This option can be used to enable the email address of the selected contact on receipt of an alert email.
For further details, please refer to the procedure described for Enable calls.
Enable MMS
This option can be used to enable the selected telephone number on receipt of an MMS containing
images of the zones in alarm which have cameras linked to them.
For further details, please refer to the procedure described for Enable calls.
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Auto activation
This option can be used to enable auto-activation for each individual area.
IMPORTANT: for auto-activation details, such as activation times and days, contact your installer.
Options
Auto-Activations
„„ Using the arrow keys, navigate to the screen "System Mgmt/Options/Auto-activations" and press 'ENTER'.
Area 1
Activation
„„ Use the right and left arrow keys to select the area for which to enable auto-activation, then press
'ENTER' to confirm.
Activat.Param.
YES
„„ At this point press the right and left navigation keys to select whether to enable auto-activation or not,
then confirm using 'ENTER'.
»» Successful completion of the operation is confirmed by the message 'PARAMETER CHANGED'.
IMPORTANT: standard users, by default, are not authorised to view this option; contact your installer
to enable it.
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Events Log
This option can be used to view the events memorised in the LOG.
„„ In System Mgmt., select the 'Events Log' option on the second line and press 'ENTER'.
There are two event groups in the Events Log:
• Events Memory: to view all events
• Alarms Memory: to view alarm events only
System Mgmt.
Events Log
Events Memory
„„ Select Events Memory using the
up and down arrow keys, then
press
„„ Press
to scroll through
the events in the memory
„„Press
to view the details
of an event.
Non-significant records will not be
displayed.
If, for the current record, both details
on a screen are non-significant, it will
not be shown, and the display will skip
straight to the next screen.
Events Log
Events Memory
10:45:1805-08
10:45:1804-08
: time and date
Touch Fault
StopSysPhonecall
: Event/Action ID
Planux
: Agent
planux manager 1
: Agent ID
Alarm
: Action
Fault
: Event sub-type/Action type
Areas
: Event type
X X X X X X _ _
:F
urther details relating to the
event type
detail
event
„„ When the event detail is displayed press 'C' to return to the "Events Memory" selection screen.
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System Mgmt.
Events Log
Events Log
Events Memory
Alarms Memory
„„ Select Alarms Memory using
the up and down arrows,
then press
Events Log
Alarms Memory
„„Press
to scroll through
the alarms in the memory.
10:45:1805-08
10:45:1804-08
: time and date
Burglar Alarm
Fire Alarm
: Alarm/Alarm ID
„„Press
to view the details
of an alarm.
Zone
: Agent
5 DOOR
: Agent ID
Alarm
: Action
Zone alarms
: Event sub-type/Action type
Areas
: Event type
X _ _ _ _ _ _ _
:F
urther details relating to the event
type
„„When the alarm detail is displayed press 'C' to return to the "Alarms Memory" selection screen.
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detail
event
USING VEDO TOUCH
Vedo Touch allows an authorised user to enable and disable the system, to check the system status and
manage its general features, and to check the event log history.
RFID sensing area
(for alarm activation/deactivation using a
key and user authentication)
Vedo Touch navigation
The display shows the icons corresponding to the available menus, which may vary depending on the system
configuration. To navigate the menus, simply use your finger to touch the icon corresponding to the desired
function.
Example main screen
Internal navigation toolbar
The
icon can be used to return to the main menu immediately.
The
icon can be used to return to the previous screen.
IMPORTANT: if the screen is not touched for 30 seconds (1 minute for the password entry screen), it switches
off and enters energy saving mode.
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Screen: code entry
To perform most operations, you must log in with a user code or an RFID key. When the code is required,
the following screen will appear:
1. Enter your password (6 digits) and
2. Press
to confirm or
to cancel.
OR:
„„ hold the key next to the sensing area to enter the code and perform authentication.
IMPORTANT: When the product leaves the factory, only User 1 is available and enabled with the code 111111.
IMPORTANT: if the screen is not touched for one minute, it switches off and enters energy saving mode.
Screen: Action completed
After completing an action (such as enabling timed activations), when the execution is complete the
following action completed screen appears.
Vedo Touch signals
Buzzer
The buzzer integrated in Vedo Touch beeps when any valid key is pressed. Furthermore, depending on the
options selected during the programming stage, the buzzer can signal:
Beep*
Alerts
•
Key pressed
— (1 sec.)
Activation confirmed
— (2 sec.)
Total deactivation confirmed
•••••••• (2 sec)
Failed activation
••••••••••••••••••••
At least one zone is in alarm condition
••••••••••••••••••••
At least one zone is in "pre-alarm" condition (time period between zone violation and Alarm
event generation).
•
•
•
•
• •
•
Automatic activation pre-alert time
•
•
•
•
• •
•
At least one zone is in "Exit time" condition
• • • • • • • • • •
At least one zone is in "Entry time" condition
•·•·•·•·•·•·•·•·•·•·•·•·•·
Signals that a zone with the chime attribute (zone opening alert chine) has been opened. The
buzzer is activated only if the violated zone is not activated
•••••••••••••
Waiting for key to be presented for acquisition of RFID key
*The symbol "•” represents a short beep, the symbol “—” represents a long beep. The distance between the “•” symbols
represents the time frequency of the beeps. The size of the symbols represents the relative volume of the beeps “•·”
„„ To enable/disable the buzzers see page "Buzzer" on page 8.
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Key to indicator LEDs
Vedo Touch is equipped with a series of RGB LEDs at the bottom which change colour depending on the
situation they are signalling. The LEDs may turn the following colours:
Colour
Description
Yellow
Battery fault (disconnected, faulty or voltage under approx. 11.8 V), generic fault, no
Steadily lit
mains power supply
Red
Flashing Alarm memory
Steadily lit Alarm in progress (H24 alarm, area in alarm)
Main screen
To access the main screen, simply touch the screen if it is off, or use the relevant icons if you are already
accessing the menus.
The main screen is structured as follows:
3
4
5b
1
5
2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Activation/deactivation buttons.
System status.
Settings menu.
Timed activations.
Quick commands (as in figure above) or Date/Time (as in figure 5b) on page 33, if quick commands
have not been assigned to the function buttons).
IMPORTANT: Buttons (1) and (5) can be customised; contact authorised users or your installer to
do so.
Activation/deactivation buttons
They can be pressed, once the code has been entered (if required) to carry out the associated action.
A maximum of 4 activation/deactivation buttons are available on the main screen. ‘Main screen’ buttons
can be selected using the ‘Activation control’ option on the ‘Settings menu’ (procedure described on page
46).
System status
The 'System status' icon changes colour depending on the status of the system.
Total activation across all areas
Partial - or customised - activation (not all areas associated with the Vedo Touch are activated)
Areas deactivated
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If the "system status" icon is flashing, this indicates the presence of faults/tampering; to view the details,
simply touch the icon. The screen below illustrates an example:
Alarm or tampering alert screen
If a fault or tampering occurs, the following screen appears:
1
2
3
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
5
6
Scroll through events
Date/time at which the event occurred
Stop alarms command
Reset telephone calls command
Reset alarms command
System deactivation
The log of fault/tampering alerts is available in the menu 'Events log/Events memory' (see page "Events
log" on page 47).
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Viewing images and video from zones in alarm
If a camera is associated with a zone, when this zone generates an alarm, the system displays an alert window,
from which it is possible to:
•
•
•
•
request the live stream from the camera associated with the zone in alarm condition.
view the video recording on the alarm
view the images (max. 4) captured during the pre-alarm/alarm stage.
execute the system commands stop alarm, reset telephone calls, reset alarms, deactivate system.
Live stream
Live stream available:
„„ Press this icon and enter your user code to activate live streaming from the camera.
Video recording (of the zone in alarm condition)
Video recording available:
„„ Press this icon and enter your user code to view the video recording of the alarm zone.
Waiting for video recording to load.
Video recording not available.
Images (of the zone in alarm condition)
Images available (max 4 per pre-alarm/alarm)*:
„„ Press this icon and enter your user code to view the images captured during the pre-alarm
and alarm.
Waiting for images to load.
Images not available.
*The pre-alarm images will only be captured if the "pre-alarm" function has been assigned to the camera. The
number of images captured in the pre-alarm stage will depend on the length of the pre-alarm time period; once
the pre-alarm period has expired images will be captured during the course of the alarm until the maximum
number of images, set during the programming stage, is reached. For example, if the pre-alarm is set to the
maximum value, the 4 images shown will all be pre-alarm images, whereas if the pre-alarm time i set zero, then
all the images will be captured during the alarm.
The log of alarm alerts is available in the menu 'Events log/Alarms memory' (see page 47).
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Quick commands from the home screen
The main screen can be used to carry out one of the following actions:
• Carry out activations/deactivations by pressing the activation buttons or passing the RFID key over the
sensing area.
• Execute commands or actions using the function keys.
Activations
„„ To perform an activation, press the button corresponding to the desired activation type and then enter
the code.
»» At this point the 'System analysis' screen will appear:
„„ Press 'Cancel' to cancel the action.
If activation was successful the following screen will appear:
„„ Press 'Exit' to return to the main screen.
Deactivation
To perform a deactivation, press the button 'Total Deact.' and then enter the code.
At this point the 'System analysis' screen will be displayed; if the action was successful the following will
appear:
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Activation with zones open
If a zone is open during activation, after the system analysis screen, the following screen will appear:
If you press 'FORCE', activation will continue and the system will enter alarm condition if the zone is still
open. Press 'Cancel' to cancel the operation. Press 'Exclude' to exclude the zone; the system will repeat
the analysis and at this point the screen will be as follows:
To execute the activation press 'Confirm', or 'Cancel' to cancel, or 'Include' to include the open zone.
Activation with zones excluded
If a zone is excluded during activation, after the system analysis screen, the screen described in the
paragraph above will appear.
Activation in the presence of faults
If a fault is present during activation, after the system analysis screen, the following screen will appear:
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Press 'Forcing' to proceed with activation, press 'Cancel' to cancel the activation procedure.
If the user is not authorised for level 2 forced activation, the following screen will appear.
IMPORTANT: for these authorisations, please contact your installer.
Activation while tampering is present
If a tampering event is present during activation, the system will behave in the same way as when a fault
is present. If you attempt to confirm the activation without permission, the "Activation locked" screen will
appear.
Using the RFID key
With the RFID key you can:
1. Enter your own password by scanning the key in screens that require a password (alarm reset, access
to settings menu...)
2. Perform a total activation/deactivation of the system by passing the key over the RFID reader.
The total activation/deactivation operation using the key is not possible during the device
update procedure, the key programming procedure or when in the password entry screens.
»» Scanning the key will be followed by the 'System analysis' screen, then an 'Activation executed' or
'Deactivation executed' screen depending on the system status.
»» If faults, open zones or tampering events are present during activation, the procedures described in
the paragraphs above will apply.
»» If the key is not memorised in the system, the following screen will appear:
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Settings menu
The settings menu consists of a certain number of options, divided into sub-menus.
The options displayed depend on the levels of access associated with the user who performed the authentication
procedure.
To access the Settings menu, press the
icon on the main menu screen.
1
2
1. Menu options (scroll down for more)
2. Scroll through the screen
The settings menu includes the following options:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Cameras
Customised activation
Activation control
Event log
Zone and area status
Quick commands
Output command
Phone book
Options
• Change PIN
• Set date and time
• Voice menu
• Installer
• Register key
• Delete key
• Auto-activations
• Timer
• LED management (for installers or authorised users only)
• Organize desktop
• Buzzer (for installers or authorised users only)
• Configuration (for installers or authorised users only)
• Keyboard emulation menu
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Settings/Cameras
This option of the Settings menu can be used to activate live streaming from any configure camera and
to view the camera status.
Camera status
Camera enabled and operating
Camera not connected (Art. VEDOCCTV is not in communication with the control unit, but
it is nonetheless still possible to view streamed images from the camera).
Camera fault
„„ Press the button of desired camera to view the live streaming.
„„ Touch the screen at any point to activate the commands toolbar.
„„ Adjust the contrast using
„„ Adjust the brightness using
„„ Switch off the camera by pressing
„„ If the user can manage more than one camera, forward and back keys will also be displayed to allow
access to all the available cameras
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Customised activation
This menu option can be used to activate/deactivate each area individually, plus area status can be viewed
from this menu.
The screen shows the 8 available areas with their buttons, which will be green if the area is activated. Text
inside the button indicates the type of activation (total. partial P1, partial P1, partial P2, partial P1 + P2).
Alongside the areas, the presence of any alarms or faults in each area may be indicated as in the figure
below:
To activate or deactivate an area, simply press the corresponding key.
If the area is deactivated after pressing, the following will appear:
1
2
1. Total area activation button
2. Partial area activation button
If the area is activated after pressing, the following will appear:
1
2
1. Area deactivation button
2. Partial area activation button
After pressing the activation/deactivation buttons, if the action was executed, the 'Action executed'
screen will appear.
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After the partial activation button is pressed, the following appears:
1
3B
Area activated
2
3
4
5
1. Area selected (press the arrows to change area).
2. Information (press "i" to view the zones that will be activated with that type of activation; if no zones are
displayed, this means that it is not possible to perform that type activation).
3. Available activation types (green if the area is activated in this mode, see fig. 3B).
4. Instant activation command (ignoring exit time).
5. Delayed activation command (with exit time).
„„ To activate the selected area press button 4 or 5 (depending on the desired time scale) corresponding
to the activation type to be executed. For example: to instantly activate the area in P1 press IMM
alongside P1.
Activation control
1. This option can be used to select which scenarios to move onto the 'main screen' and to execute a
scenario chosen from the programmed options.
1
2
3
1. Scenario execution buttons. Press the key to execute the corresponding scenario.
»» The System Analysis screen will appear to confirm activation of the scenario, this will be followed by
the 'Activation Executed’ screen.
2. Scenario selection buttons on the main screen. Press these to activate/deactivate scenario key
presence on the main screen. If green, the button is present on the main screen; if grey it is not.
»» To confirm activation/deactivation of a button on the main screen, the 'action executed' screen will
appear.
3. Scroll through the screen.
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Events log
This option can be used to view the events memorised in the LOG.
There are two event groups in the Events Log:
• Events memory: to view all events
• Alarm memory: to view alarm events only
Alarm events are visible (within the alarms memory) only for the current activation cycle. In other
words, the alarms memory will be cleared at the next system activation (the events will only be
visible in the events memory)
„„ To select one of the two groups press the corresponding button, shown on the screen below.
After selecting the group of events a screen similar to the one below will appear:
1
2
3
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
Scroll through events
Event ID and date/time at which it took place
Image and video display icons (see page 39)
Event description (type of event, an indication of the area in which it occurred, etc.)
Zone and area status
Option used to analyse the area and zone status.
The first menu screen can be used to select the status you wish to check.
„„ Press one of the buttons; the following screen will appear showing the list of zones in the selected
status, grouped by the area to which they belong. 'Open' zones are listed on the following screen.
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1
2
1. Area selected (press the arrows to change area).
2. List of zones.
IMPORTANT: zones in alarm and tamper condition are included in the open zones.
Quick commands
This option can be used to select which quick command buttons (commands, alarms) to move to the 'main
screen', or to execute a command (or alarm) from the list.
1
2
3
1. Command button Press the key to execute the corresponding command.
2. Quick command buttons. Command selection buttons on the main screen. Press these to activate/
deactivate the corresponding command on the main screen. If green, the button is present on the main
screen; if grey it is not.
»» To confirm activation/deactivation of a “command” button on the main screen, the 'action executed'
screen will appear.
3. Scroll through the screen.
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Quick commands available:
Allows you to assign to the function key the generation of one of the alarms listed below:
Burglar Alarm
24H Alarm
Fire Alarm
ALARM
Panic Alarm
Robbery Alarm
Flood alarm
Gas alarm
Medical emergency alarm
Event 1 key: activates the event programmed by the installer.
Event 2 key: activates the event programmed by the installer.
Overtime: this command allows you to delay an automatic activation by n
hours, where n is programmable, for the purpose of allowing work to continue
beyond the envisaged activation time.
Stop alarms: stops the alarms in progress, regardless of whether the events
that triggered them are still active. Does not stop alarms with the attribute
Silent.
COMMAND
Reset alarms: resets the control unit conditions and alarms in progress, but
not the events that triggered the alarms which, if still active, will trigger a new
alarm cycle. After this command, the control unit assumes the same status as
it would assume following an activation.
Reset phone calls: blocks all phone calls, on landline and GSM network. Also
blocks any messages envisaged but not sent (SMS, email).
Reset central unit: restore unit to factory default settings (deleting all
configurations)
Request assistance: allows you to send a request for assistance to one or
more recipients, by means of a phone call. (NIY)
Authorise installer: authorises the installer code. Equivalent to authorising the
installer code from the keypad via the user menu.
Authorise manufacturer (only available to the installer ): enables the
manufacturer to perform operations on the system.
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Output commands
This option can be used to work on the status of the system outputs.
1
Control unit
Control unit
2
Control unit
Ext
3
1. List of system outputs
2. Output activation buttons
3. Scroll through the list of outputs
„„ Press the buttons on the list of outputs ('1') or the activation buttons ('2') to change the output status;
after pressing the button the following screen will appear:
The buttons have the following meanings:
• Activate: to activate the output
• Deactivate: to deactivate the output
• Toggle: to change the status, if active it will be deactivated and vice-versa
After pressing the button corresponding to the action, command execution is confirmed by the 'Action
executed' screen.
IMPORTANT: 'Deactivate' and 'Toggle' commands will only take effect if the output has been configured
as bi-stable by the installer.
Telephone contacts list
This option can be used to edit the phone book memorised on the control unit.
1
2
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3
1. Edit telephone number description
2. Edit telephone number
3. Edit email address
IMPORTANT: after editing the phone book parameters the 'action executed' and 'configuration
update in progress' screens are displayed.
Edit telephone number description
„„ Press the corresponding button and use the following screen to enter a description of the user to
whom the telephone number and/or email address belongs.
2
3
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
4
Upper/lower case mode, in upper case mode the button turns green
Number mode
Confirm key
Delete character
Edit telephone number
„„ Press the
button and enter the telephone number on the following screen.
1
2
1. Delete character
2. Confirm key
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Edit email address
„„ Press the
button and enter the email address on the following screen.
2
3
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
4
Upper/lower case mode, in upper case mode the button turns green
Number mode
Confirm key
Delete character
Options
Press the 'Options' menu to access another menu containing the following options:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Change PIN
Set date and time
Voice menu
Installer
Register key
Delete key
Auto-activations
Timer
LED management
Organize desktop
Buzzer
Configuration
Keyboard emulation
This menu generates a screen replicating the functions of the user menu shown by the keypad.
3
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Options menu
IMPORTANT: for all parameters edited using the 'Options' menu, successful editing is confirmed by the
'action executed' and 'configuration update in progress' screens.
Change PIN
This option can be used to change the 6-digit user code.
1
2
1. User description
2. User active indication (a green tick appears to indicate the user is active)
„„ Press button '2' to delete the corresponding user code, the following will appear to confirm deletion:
„„ Press the user description ('1', if the user is active); the following screen will appear:
„„ To change the code, enter the new code and then press
press
to confirm, repeat the new code and
to confirm.
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Set date and time
This option can be used to change the date and time on the control unit system clock.
„„ To change the date and/or time press the arrows corresponding to the field you wish to edit, to confirm
press 'Save'.
Voice menu - Installer
„„ The following options can be disabled by pressing the
button if active, or enabled by pressing the
button if inactive.
The options are:
• Voice menu: to enable the voice guide
• Installer: to authorise the installer for control unit access
Register key
This option can be used to memorise a new RFID key.
When entering this menu option, the following screen will be displayed:
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1. Next, pass the key over the sensing area; the following screen will then appear:
2. Select the user to be associated with the key by pressing the corresponding button; the key description
entry screen will then appear.
The screen is the same as the one used for the phone book, to edit the telephone number description.
Delete key
This option can be used to delete an RFID key memorised previously.
1. Select the key you wish to delete from the list.
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2. After selecting the key you will be asked to confirm deletion.
Auto activation
This option can be used to select which areas are enabled for auto-activation (timed activation).
„„ The following options can be disabled by pressing the
button if active, or enabled by pressing the
button if inactive.
Timer
This option can be used to select which timers are enabled for timed activation.
„„ The following options can be disabled by pressing the
button if inactive.
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button if active, or enabled by pressing the
LED management
This option can be used to select the LED operating mode.
There are two operating modes:
• Courtesy: used to select LED colour and brightness when lit steadily.
• Alarm: the LEDs provide indications corresponding to system alarms.
Only one operating mode can be selected at a time; disable both modes to switch off the LEDs.
„„ To disable the operating mode press the
already activated.
button if already active, or enable it by pressing
if not
„„ Press the 'courtesy' button to display the following screen, which can be used to select LED colour
and brightness.
1
2
3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Colour tone selection
Selected colour
Brightness control (increase)
Brightness control (decrease)
Brightness level indication
4
5
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Organize desktop
This option can be used to remove some of the icons from the main screen (desktop).
Total activ.
1
2
Total deactiv.
3
4
1. Exit button, to exit the 'organize desktop' option
2. Symbol: 'Timed activations' to enable (ON) /disable (OFF) auto-activation controlled by timer.*
3. 'Change button function to view cameras' symbol; changes the function of the button on the home
page to a shortcut to the cameras menu.*
4. 'Remove icon' symbol, present for all icons
* Press the symbol in the box described in point 3 to change the function of the button described in point
2, choosing between the 2 functions "customised activations" and "view cameras".
To remove an icon press the corresponding 'Remove icon' symbol.
Buzzer
This option can be used to enable or disable the keypad buzzer, either completely or just in certain specific
cases. It can be fully enabled or disabled from the 'Set-up/Options' menu.
if already active, or enable it by pressing
if it is disabled.
„„ To disable the buzzer press the
„„ Press the 'Buzzer' button to access the selection menu for cases where the buzzer is active.
The available cases are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Entry: for entry times
Exit: for exit times
Alarm: for alarm indications
Chime: for chime zones
Pre-alarm: during pre-alarm time
Pre-alert: automatic activation pre-alert
Keys: sound when the display is pressed
Activation/Deactivation: confirms activation/deactivation
Failed activation: signals failed activation
To disable an option, proceed as for complete buzzer enabling/disabling.
Configuration
This option includes a certain number of sub-menus, which are described in the next chapter.
Configuration menu
The 'configuration menu' consists of a certain number of options, divided into sub-menus.
The options included in the configuration menu are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
BUS485 address
BUS485 speed
Device password
User code
LAN
Touch screen lock
Touch screen calibration
Reset configuration
Update product
Information
BUS485 address
This option can be used to edit the address/ID of the device on the bus.
1
2
1. Cancel button
2. Confirm button
„„ To change the address, delete the current value by pressing the 'C' button, then use the numbers to
enter the desired value, and finally press 'confirm' to confirm.
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BUS485 speed
This option can be used to change the Vedo Touch bus485 speed.
1
1. Selection buttons
„„ Select one of the four speeds using the selection buttons.
Device password
This option can be used to change the device password for the product.
The editing procedure is the same as the one used for the bus485 address.
User code
This option can be used to enter an optional user code (perhaps a specific code for this type of device)
for use during auto-configuration of parameters. This code enables the device to read more parameters at
start-up, so that it does not have to read them the first time a user is authenticated (and therefore make the
user wait); it also ensures that RFID keys can be used immediately.
LAN
This option can be used to edit the network parameters and the IP address of the device.
The parameters that can be edited are:
•
•
•
•
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IP Address
Subnet mask
Gateway
ViP Address
IP Address
This option can be used to change the IP address of the product.
1
2
3
1. Cancel button
2. Confirm button
3. Byte selection arrows
The example depicted shows the IP address: 192.168.1.23.
Use the arrows to select the byte to change, then delete the current value using the 'C'
button, enter the desired value using the number keys, and finally press 'Confirm' to
complete the procedure.
Subnet mask
This option can be used to edit the subnet mask.
The editing procedure is the same as that used for the IP address.
Gateway
This option can be used to change the Gateway address.
The editing procedure is the same as that used for the IP address.
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ViP Address
This option can be used to change the ViP address of the product.
The editing procedure is the same as the one used for the bus485 address.
Touch screen lock
This option can be used to lock the touch screen for 60 seconds.
„„ To confirm the touch screen lock press 'YES'.
Touch screen calibration
This option can be used to calibrate the touch screen.
„„ Press 'YES' to start calibration; the screen below will appear. Press and hold the symbol shown on the
display for at least 2 seconds.
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1
Symbol to be pressed for calibration
This step should be repeated a number of times (variable) as necessary for screen calibration.
Reset configuration
This option can be used to reset the product configuration.
Update product
This option can be used to update the product software and to change the graphics skin from black to
white and vice versa.
√√ First load the update files “minisafe.ldr” and “minisaf2.ldr” in the folder “fw” on the SD card.
1. Press the preview of the centre photo if you wish to change graphics skin.
2. Press YES to confirm the update or press NO to cancel.
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Information
This option can be used to view information relating to the product software version.
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USING DIGITAL KEYS (RFID)
The main control unit functions can be carried out quickly and easily using the electronic key.
The digital keys (RFID) can be used with the following control unit command channels:
• Safekey keypad with RFID reader (Art. VEDOLCDPROX)
• RFID Reader (Art. VEDORF)
Before it can be used, a digital key must be associated with a user, who will then use it to log on to the control
unit and carry out the main functions.
One user can be assigned several digital keys belonging to the same system.
The same digital key can be used on different systems at the same time.
Using digital keys on the keypad
Area activation
To perform a total activation, simply pass a key over the sensing area of the reader while the system areas
are deactivated.
The reader will beep as soon as the key has been read; remove the key after this sound. A beep after
removal confirms successful activation.
IMPORTANT: to perform total activation the key should not be held in front of the sensing area for longer
than two seconds, as this could cause cycle mode (described below) to be enabled.
Activation with open zones / faults present / tampering present
Behaviour is the same as described previously, except that the open zones screen is shown after the key
is passed over.
The procedure described previously for the keypad and for the Vedo Touch also applies in this case.
Area deactivation
To carry out a total deactivation place a key over the sensing area of the reader, while the system areas are
activated. The reader will beep as soon as the key has been read; remove the key after this sound. A beep
after removal confirms successful deactivation.
IMPORTANT: for total activation, the key should not be held in front of the sensing area for longer than two
seconds, as this could cause cycle mode (described below) to be enabled.
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Using cycle mode
Cycle mode can be used to select the desired action via a digital key, without pressing buttons or entering
codes.
The cycle actions set as default are:
•
•
•
•
Action 1: Full activation
Action 2: Scenario P1
Action 3: Scenario P2
Action 4: Scenario P1+P2
IMPORTANT: The actions associated with the cycle can be changed by the installer during system
programming.
„„ To enter cycle mode hold the key over the sensing area for at least two seconds. The reader beeps
once when it detects the key; after the key has been held in the sensing area for at least two seconds
it will beep a second time. At this point remove the key; the following screen will appear on the display:
CYCLE ACTIVE
„„ The actions associated with the cycle mode are shown in sequence on the second line, to allow
selection of the desired option. To select the desired action simply position the key back in the reading
zone when that action appears. The keypad will show the confirmation screen when the action has
been executed.
Example: if you want to perform a Partial 1 activation you need to wait for the screen:
CYCLE ACTIVE
Scenario P1
During the cycle, the keypad indicates a change of action - available for selection and shown on the second
line - with a beep.
Alarm lock in progress
There are two ways to lock an alarm in progress:
A. Deactivate the system (with the system activated)
B. Send the ‘Stop alarms’ command
To send a ‘Stop alarms’ command, you can use the RFID key by passing it over the sensing area, or you
can follow the keypad procedures described previously.
Keys not valid
For invalid keys, the situation is the same as when incorrect codes are entered on the keypad.
If an invalid key is detected, the following message is displayed:
KEY NOT VALID
If an invalid key is detected 3 times, the keypad will be locked for two minutes.
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KEYPAD LOCKED
IMPORTANT: the "key not valid" keypad lock can be disabled, plus the number of attempts and the
lock time can also be changed by the installer during programming.
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Using the RFID reader
The RFID key reader can be used to operate the system using digital keys.
The procedures which can be carried out from the reader are:
• Total activation
• Deactivation
• Scenario activation (via cycle)
IMPORTANT: procedures which can be carried out via a key are linked to the authorisation levels of
the user to which the key is associated.
The procedures are carried out in areas for which the reader and the user associated with the key are
authorised.
RFID reader indications
In standby the RFID reader does not show the system status; to display the LEDs you need to pass a key over
the sensing area.
This mode lasts for a period of time set by the installer during the programming phase; the default value is 120
seconds. If the time is set as unlimited, the key does not need to be used in order to view the system status via
the LEDs; it will always be visible.
IMPORTANT: if the installer has configured the reader with unlimited 'system status display' time, conformity
with standard EN 50131-1 will be lost.
All procedures described below are intended for unlimited display time. For use with limited time, pass the key
an extra time before each procedure.
Key to the indicator LEDs
The reader has 4 indicator LEDs, the meaning of which varies according to reader status:
• reader in standby (no cycle in progress): the LEDs indicate the operating status of the areas enabled
on the reader
• the LEDs light up in sequence to provide users with an indication of which scenarios are available,
allowing them to make a choice
• during key presentation
The cycle actions associated with the LEDs by default are:
• Red LED: Full activation
• Yellow LED: Scenario P1
• Blue LED: Scenario P2
• Green LED: Scenario P1+P2
IMPORTANT: The actions associated with the LEDs can be changed by the installer during system
programming.
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MEANING OF THE LEDs WITH THE READER IN STANDBY
(no cycle in progress)
LED
Status
On
Red
Slow
flash
Fast flash
On
Blue
Yellow
Green
Slow
flash
On
Fast flash
On
Fast flash
Function
Scenario associated with the Red LED active
System not activated and alarm, tampering or fault event memory present
System activated and alarm, tampering or fault event memory present
Scenario associated with the Blue LED active
System activated with unknown scenario (not saved)
Scenario associated with the Yellow LED active
Fault present
Scenario associated with the Green LED active
System not ready for enabling or there are (non-excluded) open zones
MEANING OF THE LEDS WHEN THE CYCLE IS IN PROGRESS
LED
Status
On
Red
Slow
flash
On
Blue
Slow
flash
On
Yellow
Slow
flash
Green
Slow
flash
LED
Status
On
Function
Request execution of action associated with LED
Action associated with LED requires forcing to be executed
Request execution of action associated with LED
Action associated with LED requires forcing to be executed
Request execution of action associated with LED
Action associated with LED requires forcing to be executed
Request execution of action associated with LED
Action associated with LED requires forcing to be executed
MEANING OF LEDs DURING PRESENTATION OF THE KEY
Red
Request for deactivation of all areas covered by the reader.
On
Request for activation of the activation profile associated with the RED LED
Fast flash
Blue
Request for deactivation of all areas covered by the reader.
On
Request for activation of the activation profile associated with the BLUE LED
The reader is forcing the activation profile associated with the BLUE LED (*)
Off
Request for deactivation of all areas covered by the reader.
On
Request for activation of the activation profile associated with the YELLOW LED
Fast flash
Green
The reader is forcing the activation profile associated with the RED LED (*)
Off
Fast flash
Yellow
Function
Off
The reader is forcing the activation profile associated with the YELLOW LED (*)
Off
Request for deactivation of all areas covered by the reader.
On
Request for activation of the activation profile associated with the GREEN LED
Fast flash
The reader is forcing the activation profile associated with the GREEN LED (*)
(*) The purpose of forcing is to overcome a 'not ready' condition in one or more of the zones associated
with the areas covered by the reader, and/or an fault which can be overridden due to the choices made
at the time of control unit configuration.
Buzzer
The buzzer integrated into the reader beeps to signal successful reading of an RFID key, and confirms the
procedures completed using the key.
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Procedures using the RFID reader
Area activation
„„ To carry out a total activation simply pass a key over the sensing area of the reader, while the system
areas are deactivated.
»» The reader will beep as soon as the key has been read; remove the key after this sound. A beep after
removal signals successful activation.
IMPORTANT: for total activation, the key should not be held in front of the sensing area for longer
than two seconds, as this could cause cycle mode (described below) to be enabled.
Area activation with zones open
Using the reader, activation with open zones is only permitted if enabled by the installer during programming;
in this case activation will always be executed.
If the reader from which you are working is not enabled for forced activation and you try to carry out an
activation, after the key has been removed the reader will beep quickly twice to indicate that activation has
not taken place.
Area deactivation
„„ To carry out a total deactivation place a key over the sensing area of the reader, while the system areas
are activated.
»» The reader will beep as soon as the key has been read; remove the key after this sound. A beep after
removal signals successful deactivation.
IMPORTANT: for total activation the key should not be held in front of the sensing area for longer
than two seconds, as this causes cycle mode (described below) to be enabled.
Using cycle mode
Cycle mode can be used to select the desired action via the reader, by selecting the LED associated with
the action.
To enter cycle mode hold the key over the sensing area for at least two seconds.
The reader beeps once when it detects the key; after the key has been held in the sensing area for at least
two seconds it will beep a second time. At this point remove the key and the LEDs will begin to light up in
sequence: red, yellow, blue, green.
Each LED will remain lit for 3 seconds and passage from one LED to the next is signalled by a beep.
To select the desired scenario, simply hold the key in position again when the corresponding LED is lit. After
the scenario is selected the reader will beep to confirm.
Alarm lock in progress
There are two ways to lock an alarm in progress:
• System ON: deactivate the system
• System OFF: send the ‘Stop alarms’ command by passing a valid key over the sensing area of the
reader.
Keys not valid
For invalid keys, the situation is the same as when incorrect codes are entered on the keypad.
If an invalid key is detected 3 times, the reader will be locked for two minutes. The four LEDs flash
simultaneously to signal this lock (all 4 lit, all 4 off).
IMPORTANT: IMPORTANT: the "key not valid" reader lock can be disabled, plus the number of attempts
and the lock time can also be changed by the installer during programming.
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USING THE RADIO CONTROL
The main system functions can be managed remotely (within range of the control unit receiver) using the radio
controls as described in this paragraph.
The radio control has 4 buttons which can be used to carry out the desired action, plus 3 indicator LEDs.
LED 1
LED 3
LED 2
Radio control indications
The radio control has three indicator LEDs, one at the top and two underneath buttons 2 and 3 respectively,
as illustrated in the figure.
The indications described in the table all consist of a single flash.
LED
1
Description
One flash - Red
Command not implemented: radio control out of range of control unit
receiver
One flash - red, then one green
Command being processed by the control unit. (Not yet executed).
2
One flash - red
Command not executed (command processed but not executed)
3
One flash - red
Action executed (confirms execution of all actions)
Actions via radio control
To operate the system using the radio control, press the key corresponding to the action you wish to carry
out.
The actions configured as default are:
•
•
•
•
Key 1: Deactivation
Key 2: Full activation
Key 3: Partial 1
Key 4: Medical emergency alarm
IMPORTANT: The actions associated with the buttons can be changed by the installer during system
programming.
Exhausted battery
The control unit signals an exhausted battery in a radio control through the illumination of the yellow LED
(number 2), while showing the following message on the display of the supervisor (keypad/Vedo Touch):
Fault:
RadioCntrlBatt.
Alarm lock in progress
To stop an alarm in progress from a radio control, press the deactivation button (regardless of whether the
system is activated or deactivated); this will deactivate the system and stop the alarm.
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USING REMOTE COMMUNICATIONS
IMPORTANT: for management of both signaller and voice guide telephone calls, multi-frequency (DTMF)
telephone equipment is required.
Telephone signaller
When configured appropriately the signaller can send event alerts (alarm, tampering, fault, etc.) as follows:
•
•
•
•
Telephone calls
SMS (GSM module required)
Email
MMS (GSM module required)
Telephone calls
When the user receives a telephone call from the signaller, he/she will hear a voice recording giving
instructions on how to listen to the message. To be specific, you will hear:
"Press 1 to listen to the alarm message"
Once button '1' is pressed you will hear the message relating to the event, followed by instructions for
ending the call.
The instructions for ending the call are:
"Press # to end the call", "Press * to end all calls"
Press * to end the call in progress; all queued calls will not take place.
IMPORTANT: if voice message expansion is not present, the control unit will make the call but
instead of the voice message an alert tone will sound. In this case you do not need to press button '1'
to listen to the alert.
SMS
When the user receives an SMS it will contain an indication of the event which has occurred, or a customised
message entered by the installer.
Email
When the user receives an email it will contain an indication of the event which has occurred, or a
customised message entered by the installer.
MMS
The signaller sends an MMS containing images of a zone in alarm mode.
The MMS will consist of a description of the zone in alarm, plus the images acquired by the camera
associated with the zone. An example of the description: "Zone burglar alarm - Hall way zone (7)".
IMPORTANT: The number of images can be configured by the installer to a value between 1 and 4. It is
possible to select screen capture on pre-alarm*.
*The pre-alarm images will only be captured if the "pre-alarm" function has been assigned to the camera.
The number of images captured in the pre-alarm stage will depend on the length of the pre-alarm time
period; once the pre-alarm period has expired images will be captured during the course of the alarm
until the maximum number of images, set during the programming stage, is reached. For example, if the
pre-alarm is set to the maximum value, the 4 images shown will all be pre-alarm images, whereas if the
pre-alarm time i set zero, then all the images will be captured during the alarm.
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Voice guide
If the voice guide is enabled, the control unit answers calls made to the associated telephone (both GSM and
telephone line).
The voice guide can be used to interrogate the control unit in order to find out the system status and carry out
commands such as activation or including and excluding zones.
The voice messages reproduced indicate which buttons to press when navigating the menu.
Menu connection procedure
To access the voice menu:
1. Call the associated telephone number.
2. Wait for the control unit to answer (after the programmed number of rings).
3. If enabled, the voice guide will prompt you to enter the code with the message “ENTER CODE”,
otherwise it will wait for the code without any indication.
4. Enter the 6-digit code
5. The control unit will check the code:
»» If the code is valid, the message “WELCOME” will be repeated and the menu reproduced
»» If the code is not valid, the message “USER NOT RECOGNISED” will be repeated and the unit
will hang up
Main menu
After entering a valid code, you will be able to access the main menu, which consists of the following voice
messages:
(1) “Press One for system status”
(2) “Press Two for areas management”
(3) “Press Three for outputs”
(4) “Press Four for alarm log”
(5) “Press Five for zones”
„„ Enter the desired sub-menu by pressing the corresponding key.
After each menu or response, the following message will be repeated:
(*) “Press Asterisk for previous menu”
(0) “Press Zero to listen again”
(#) “Press hash to end call”
Once you have accessed a sub-menu you can return to the previous menu by pressing '*'.
(1) System Status
This function gives the status of the control unit, listing any tampering events and faults present.
For example:
"The following tampering events are present..."
"The following faults are present..."
(2) Area management
This menu can be used to find out the status of the areas and perform activations or deactivations.
The menu consists of the following voice messages:
(2.1) “Press One for system status”
(2.2) “Press Two for total activation”
(2.3) “Press Three followed by scenario number to activate it”
(2.4) “Press Four to activate singe area”
(2.5) “Press Five for zones”
(2.4) Single area activation sub-menu
This menu can be used to activate a single area by selecting the type of activation: Total,
Partial 1 or Partial 2.
The menu consists of the following voice messages:
(2.4.1) "Press One followed by area number for total activation"
(2.4.2) "Press Two followed by area number for Partial 1 activation"
(2.4.3) "Press Three followed by area number for Partial 2 activation"
„„ Then press the key corresponding to the desired activation followed by the area
number, bearing in mind that the maximum number of areas for this control unit is 8.
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(3) Outputs
This menu can be used to find out the status of a specific output or control it.
The menu consists of the following voice messages:
(3.1) "Press One followed by output number for status"
(3.2)"Press Two followed by output number to activate it"
(3.3)"Press Three followed by output number to deactivate it"
(3.4)"Press Four followed by output number to toggle"
„„ Then press the key corresponding to the desired action, followed by the output number.
(4) Alarm log
There is no sub-menu for this option. The voice messages relating to the alarm log status for the
system or area will be played.
(5) Zones
This menu can be used to find out the status of a specific zone or control it.
The menu consists of the following voice messages:
(5.1) "Press One followed by zone number for status"
(5.2) "Press Two followed by zone number to include it"
(5.3) "Press Three followed by zone number to exclude it"
(5.4) "PressFour followed by zone number to activate it"
(5.5) "Press Five followed by zone number to deactivate it"
„„ Then press the key corresponding to the desired action, followed by the output number.
SMS commands
The control unit can be managed by sending commands in a suitable format via SMS.
The available commands are:
Action Description
Alarms memory
Status
Activate
Forced activation
Deactivate
Zones
Include zones
Exclude zones
Activate zones
Returns alarm log status
Returns area status (as indicated on the keypad)
Activates the alarm in the areas indicated
Forces alarm activation the in the areas indicated
Deactivates the alarm in the areas indicated
Returns status of the zones indicated
Includes the zones indicated
Excludes the zones indicated
Activates the zones indicated
Isolate zones Isolates the zones indicated
Outputs
Activate outputs
Deactivate outputs
Credit
Stop alarm
Reports status of the outputs indicated
Activates the outputs indicated, if present
Deactivates the outputs indicated, if present
Requests the total credit remaining on the SIM
Sends the Stop alarm command
The commands are formatted as follows:
SMS command:
code_command_attributes
SMS reply: action:_reply
where the character '_' indicates a space.
The meaning of each field is as follows:
• code: user code you are applying
• command: the request or command you wish to issue
• attributes: if present, these are a further specification for the requested action, such as the list of areas
involved; they are separated from each other by a space
• reply: the reply following the required action
»» If the code is not valid, the control unit will not reply to this SMS.
»» If the code is valid, but the command is missing or in the wrong format, the reply will be: ERROR
IMPORTANT: commands received by the control are not case-sensitive. Example: if you enter 'credit' or
'CREDIT', the end result will be the same.
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Alarms memory
This command can be used to request the control unit alarm log status.
• Command: Alarm memory
• Attributes: None
• Reply: Returns if there is a system alarm log and an alarm log for the areas indicated.
Reply:
To be specific, there are 4 types of reply:
»» AREA 1 2 3: alarm log only present for areas 1, 2 and 3 (for example)
»» NO ALARM!": there is no alarm log
Example:
Command: 123456 alarm log
Reply: alarm log AREA 1
Stop alarm
Can be used to send the "Stop alarm" command to the control unit.
• Command: Stop alarm
• Attributes: None
• Reply: Returns the result of the action
Example:
Command: 123456 stop alarm
Reply: stop alarm: ACTION EXECUTED
Area status
Returns the status of all control unit areas
• Command: Status
• Attributes: None
• Reply: Returns status of the areas.
Reply:
For each area, the ID and a letter identifying its current status is returned as for the keypad (see keypad
LCD table):
Example:
Request: 123456 status
Reply (with first 4 areas activated): status: 1 I 2 I 3 I 4 I 5 D 6 D 7 D 8 D
Area activation: Activate, Forced activation
These two very similar commands can be used for normal or forced activation, in various modes, of the
areas indicated.
• Commands: Activate, Forced activation
• Attributes: Activation type, Area ID
• Reply: Action execution status
Attributes
The first attribute indicates the activation type for all areas indicated:
• t: total
• p1: partial 1
• p2: partial 2
• p12: partial 1 2
• not present:implies total activation of all areas(not necessary to specify which areas)
The following attributes are IDs for the specific areas to be activated (separated by a space); if not
indicated, all areas associated with the user are involved; if indicated, they must be preceded by the first
attribute (activation type).
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Reply:
To be specific, the possible replies are:
»» ACTION EXECUTED: if the operation was completed successfully
»» Error message
Example 1:
Command: Totally activate all areas
123456 activate
Reply: The areas have been activated
activate: ACTION EXECUTED
Example 2:
Request: Activate areas 1, 2 and 3 in partial 1 mode
123456 activate p1 1 3 5
Reply: The user is not authorised to activate partial 1 for at least one of the areas indicated
activate: NOT AUT. ACT.
Area deactivation: deactivate
Can be used to deactivate the areas indicated.
• Command: Deactivate
• Attributes: Activation type, Area ID
• Reply: Action execution status
Attributes
See activation commands.
Reply
See activation commands.
Example 1:
Request: Deactivate all areas
123456 deactivate
Reply: Deactivation successful
deactivate: ACTION EXECUTED
Example 2:
Request: Deactivate areas 1, 3 and 5
123456 deactivate 1 3 5
Reply: The user is not authorised to deactivate at least one of the areas indicated
deactivate: NOT AUT. ACT.
Zone status: zones
Returns status of the zones indicated.
• Command: Zones
• Attributes: Zone ID
• Reply: Zone status
Attributes:
Physical ID of the zones to be checked (listed in the table provided in the Appendix, to be filled in during installation).
Reply
For each zone, an ID and a string identifying its current status is returned.
Example:
Request: The current status of zones 1, 2, 3, 4
123456 zones 1 2 3 4
Reply: Zone 1 is absent, 2 is absent (obviously because it is part of the same zone), 3 is in tamper condition
and 4 is active without any alarms
zones: 1 ZONE ABSENT 2 ZONE ABSENT 3 TAMPER 4 ZONE OK!!
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Commands for zones: include zones, exclude zones, activate zones, isolate zones
Can be used to include, exclude, activate or isolate the zones indicated.
• Commands: Include zones, Exclude zones, Activate zones, Isolate zones
• Attributes: Zone ID
• Reply: Zone ID, Command status
Attributes
See zone commands
Reply
For each zone, an ID and a string identifying whether the action was successful is returned:
»» OK: command successful
»» ABSENT: zone not present
»» CAN'T EXCLUDE: when an exclusion command is sent, the zone cannot be excluded
»» CAN'T ISOLATE: when an isolation command is sent, the zone cannot be isolated
Example:
Command: Isolate zones 1, 2, 3 and 4
123456 isolate zones 1 2 3 4
Reply: Zones 1 and 2 absent (in reality zone 1 is absent), zones 3 and 4 isolated successfully
isolate zones: 1 ABSENT 2 ABSENT 3 OK 4 OK
Output status: outputs
Returns status of the outputs indicated.
• Command: Outputs
• Attributes: ID of the outputs to check
• Reply: Output IDs, Output statuses
Reply
For each output, an ID and a string identifying its current status is returned:
•
•
•
•
ON: output active
OFF output inactive
ISOLATED: output isolated
ABSENT: output not present
Example:
Request: What is the current status of zones 1, 2 and 3?
123456 outputs 1 2 3
Reply: Output 1 is active, 2 is deactivated and 3 is absent
outputs: 1 ON 2 OFF 3 ABSENT
Commands for outputs: activate outputs, deactivate outputs
Can be used to activate or deactivate the outputs indicated.
• Command: Activate outputs, Deactivate outputs
• Attributes: ID of the outputs to check
• Reply: Output IDs, Output statuses
Attributes
See output commands
Reply
For each output, an ID and a string identifying whether the action was successful is returned:
»» OK: command successful
»» ABSENT: output not present
Example:
Command: Activate outputs 1, 2 and 3
123456 activate outputs 1 2 3
Reply: Outputs 1 and 2 activated, output 3 is absent therefore cannot be controlled
activate outputs: 1 OK 2 OK 3 ABSENT
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Request total credit remaining on the SIM
Asks for the total credit remaining on the SIM for the module
• Command: Credit
• Attributes: None
• Reply: SIM credit remaining
Reply
Returns the operator telephone number and the text in the SMS sent from the operator to the SIM
Example:
Command:
123456 credit
Reply:
FORWARDED FROM 40916: TIM: remaining credit 14.14 Euro inc. VAT, updated at last SMS on 20/10 at
17.04
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WEB server
If the control unit has IP expansion (art. VEDOIP), the system can be operated from any browser.
The web page can be used to view the status of the areas and zones, activate the system, authorise the installer,
update the product and carry out "Comelit DNS" registration.
To access web pages from a browser (on a PC, tablet, smartphone...):
Local connection:
1. Open your browser.
2. Enter the address 192.168.1.230 (or the IP address provided by your installer) in the address bar and press
Enter.
Remote connection
1. With an active internet connection: open your browser.
2. Enter the hostname provided by your installer (e.g.:"XXXXXX.comelitdns.com") in the address bar and
press Enter.
The adjacent figure shows the first screen displayed when
accessing the control unit web page.
Comelit VEDO
SETUP
HOME
Description of the interface
1
Comelit VEDO
2
SETUP
HOME
1. Title of current page
2. Buttons used to access internal pages for the
display and control of the available functions and
for device configuration.
3. Connection and authentication status message
(connected, not authenticated, not authorised...)
4. Logout button.
„„ Press Home/Setup.... to access the respective
sections.
Zone status
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to return to the previous screen.
Data e ora
3
Connected
to return
to the initial screen.
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Abilitazione Timer
Abilitazione Timer
Consumi
Consumi
Codici utente
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Intrusion areas
The Intrusion Areas section can be used to activate, deactivate and view the status of the alarm system areas.
1. To access the functions press
Intrusion areas
HOME
2. Type in the user password (default = 111111) and
confirm.
1
Intrusion areas
Zone
status
Intrusion areas
P1
HOME
P2
P1+P2
Area 1
Deactivated
Enter User Password
Zone
status
P1
P2
P1+P2
Area 2
Partial Activation
Alarm activated across the entire system
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm in progress
Alarm Memory
Alarm in memory alert
Alarm
Alarm partially activated:
only some of the areas and/or partial
scenarios are activated
Alarm
Alarm in progress
System Deactivated
In sabotage
System in tamper condition
1 Alarm
1 Alarm
(1A) Alarm control buttons governing the entire system
System Deactivated
Status
Zones
2A
Connected
System Activated
System Deactivated
2
Deactivated
(1) Alarm system status icon
Alarm deactivated
1A
1
System Deactivated
Status
Status
Zones
1
1 Zones
1A
1A
Displays the status of all the zones in the
1
1A
Deactivates alarms activated across the
Activates alarms across the entire
P1System Deactivated
P2
P1+P2 P1System Deactivated
P1+P2 P1System Deactivated
P2
P1+P2
entire system.
systemP2(open, excluded,
isolated, tamper/
system
Status
Status
Status
fault condition, in alarm condition)
Zones
Zones
Zones
Alarm
Area 1
Area 1
Area 1
P1
Deactivated
P2
P1+P2 P1
Zone
status
Activates partial 1 across
the entire
Area 1 (and deactivates partial 2Area
1
system
if active)
P1
Zone
status
Area 2
P1
Area 2
Deactivated
P2
P2
P1+P2 P1
1A
2
Zone
status
P1+P2 P1
P1+P2 P1
Deactivated
Zone
status
P2
Open
1A
2
Deactivated
Zone
status
1A
2
Activates partials 1 and 2 across the
1
entire system 2A
2
System Deactivated
Deactivated
P1+P2
Area„2„ Press
2A
2A of the zones
toDeactivated
view
the status
Alarm
Alarm
Deactivated
1A
P1+P2 P1
P1+P2
across theP2entire system.
P1
P2
P1+P2
Open
Connected
scroll
through
to
the zone statuses
Deactivated
(open, excluded, isolated,
tamper/fault
condition,
2
Deactivated
alarm condition).
• Entrance door
Zone
status
Connected
P1
Connected
P1+P2
Zone
Status
status
Zones
• Entrance door
Connected
Deactivated
P2
Open
Connected
Area„2„ Use
Area 1
Deactivated
Connected
Area 2
• door
Deactivated
Activates partial 2 across the entire
2A
2A
Area 1partial
2systemP2(and deactivates
21 if active)
P1+P2 P1
P2
Area
2
Zone
status
2A
Deactivated
P2
P2
Connected
P1+P2
Connected
Area 2
2A
Connected
Deactivated
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Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
(2) Alarm zone status bar
Area 1
1Area 1
Deactivated
Zone alarm
deactivated
System
Deactivated
ZoneDeactivated
alarm activated
System
Status
Zones
Area 1
Area inP1
tamper condition
P2
Alarm
P1+P2
P1
Area 1
Area 1
Deactivated
System Deactivated
Area
2 P1
P1+P2
Deactivated
Area 1
Deactivated
Connected
Zone
status
P1
P2
P1+P2
P1
Activates partial 1 across a specific
Area
2
2
area (and
deactivates partial 2Area
if active)
Deactivated
P1
Zone
Indicates that the partial
scenario is
Intrusione
Connected
active
P1
P2
Alarm memory
P1
P1+P2
Indicates that the system is not ready
for activation, and that forcing is
required
1A
Status
Zones
P2
Alarm
Deactivated
Area 1
P1+P2
P1
Area 1
Deactivated
Connected
P1
2A
Zone
status
P2
P2
Deactivated
P1+P2
P1
Zone
Intrusione
2
2A
P2
Zone
status
P2
Activates partial 2 across a specific
Area 2
area (and deactivates
partial 1 if active)
P2
Deactivated
1A
Alarm in progress
AlarmP1+P2
in progress
1 Zone
status
System
2ADeactivated
Displays the status of all the zones
P2
P1+P2
P1
P2
in the Status
area (open, excluded, isolated,Status
Zones
Zones
in tamper/fault condition, in alarm
1A
1A
condition).
Area 2
2
Deactivated
2
1
2A
Activates the alarms in a specific area
P1+P2
1A
Indicates
that the alarms are active
P1+P2
Deactivated
Indicates
that the 2
system is not ready
Deactivated
Connected
P1+P2 and that forcing is
for activation,
required
P1+P2
2A
Activates partialAlarm
scenarios 1 and 2
across a specific area
Deactivated
P1+P2
Zone
Indicates
that the partial scenario is
Indicates that the partial scenarios are
Intrusione
Connected
Connected
Zone
active
active
Intrusione
P2
P1+P2
P1
P2
Indicates that the system is not ready
for activation, and that forcing is
required
Intrusion Zones
Zone open
Zone faulty
P1+P2
Status
Zones
Indicates that the system is not ready
P1
P2 forcing is
P1+P2
for activation,
and that
required
Zone isolated
Zone anomaly
Zone in tamper
condition
80
„„ Press
to view the
Alarm status of the zones inAlarm
an area.
P2
P1+P2
1A
2
2A
Open
Area
2
„„ Use
Entrance door
• Entrance door
Zone excluded
Zone in standby
Deactivated
Zone
status
P1
Area 1
1
System Deactivated
Area 1
zone status legend
Act. P1
Partial zone alarm activated
System Deactivated
Zone alarm
in memory
alert
P2
P1+P2
P1
Alarm
P2
1
Area 1
Area 1 governing an area
(2A) 2
Alarm control buttons
2
Deactivates alarms activated in a
P1
P2
P1+P2
P1
Status
specific area
Zones
Area 1
1A
1 Zone
status
System
2A Deactivated
Zone
status
P2
1
Status
AreaZones
1
In sabotage
Area 2 P1
Total Act.
to scrollOpen
through
Deactivated
the system partitions.
• Entrance
„„ Press an option
on door
the list
Connected
(e.g. "DOOR") to "exclude"
or
"isolate" the zone.
Connected
Connected
Connected
Configuration
The Configuration section can be used to authorise the installer, update the product and carry out "Comelit
DNS" registration.
1. To access the functions press SETUP
2. Type in the user password (default = 111111) and confirm.
Configuration
Configuration
Enter User Password
Enable installer
SETUP
Enable manufacturer
Update product
Comelit DNS registration:
Configuration_Installer authorisation
„„ Press "Authorise installer" and confirm to
authorise the installer.
»» The installer is now authorised to log in.
√√ you must log out before logging in again as
the installer.
Configuration_Manufacturer authorisation (available
only for the installer)
„„ Press "Authorise manufacturer" and confirm to
authorise the manufacturer.
»» the manufacturer is now authorised to work
on the system
Configuration_Update product
This menu offers access to control unit card
software updates.
„„ Contact your installer to carry out the updating
procedure.
DDNS code: 0004A35542EE
Activation code: 9314DEB308D47B0C
Firmware: @5715:5742M
IP address: 192.168.1.230
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.1
Primary DNS: 192.168.1.1
Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0
MAC address: 00:04:A3:55:42:EE
Connected
Configuration
Enable installer
Update product
Comelit DNS registration:
Enable installer?
Configuration_Register Comelit DNS
This menu can be used to set a dynamic DNS
address for remote connection.
„„ Contact your installer to carry out the registration
procedure.
DDNS code: 0004A35542EE
Activation code: 9314DEB308D47B0C
Undo
OK
Firmware: @5715:5742M
IP address: 192.168.1.230
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.1
Primary DNS: 192.168.1.1
Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0
MAC address: 00:04:A3:55:42:EE
Connected
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Table of programmed telephone numbers
Name
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
82
Telephone number
Email
Event
Table of zones
ID
Zones
Zone
Description
ID
Double
Double zone
description
Expansion
Terminal
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Glossary
Area: This is a group of zones allowing the system to be divided into independent subsystems, each controlled
with its own times, codes, keys, etc.
Zone: The Alarm zone is a single wired input, to which a single environmental control device generally belongs.
Partial exclusion: Exclusion of a group of zones when the system is activated. This creates a non-covered part,
in which you can move around without causing an alarm, even when the system is activated.
Tamper: a mechanism which protects against the opening of devices (control unit, siren and sensors) by
activating a 24-hour alarm in the event of tampering.
Chime: a long note emitted by the keypad which can be enabled at the user's discretion to indicate - when the
system is disabled - that someone has entered a specific zone. The "Chime" tone can be used, for example, to
indicate a customer entering a shop.
Fault indication: the system is capable of monitoring all faults or malfunctions (of the system or individual
zones), so as to provide an efficient assistance and maintenance service.
Entrance/Exit delay time: the system sets an entrance/exit delay time which allows the user to complete
the necessary deactivation/activation steps without the alarm being activated.
User code: a six-digit code which allows the user to operate the system and send commands.
Events Memory: a list of the events which occur in the system can be displayed on the LCD keypad or received
by the technician via the configuration software.
Quick activation: can be used to ACTIVATE the system quickly, without entering the user code.
Not ready for activation: there are situations preventing activation without forcing, such as open zones or the
presence of faults/tampering.
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