344400 - 344401 Video Display User guide 03/11-01 PC 2 1 Introduction and basic functions 6 4 House automation functions 24 1.1 General information 6 4.1 Scenarios 24 1.2 Your Video Display: use it now! 6 4.2 Alarms 25 1.2.1 Video door entry function keys 7 4.3 Sound system 26 1.2.2 Navigation keys 7 4.4 Temperature control 27 8 4.5 Multimedia menu 1.3 Menu functions 29 1.3.1 Volume adjustment 10 1.3.2 Monitor adjustment (day/night) 11 5.1 The “Settings” menu 32 1.3.3 Camera swing 12 5.2 Services 33 1.3.4 Bells adjustment 13 5.2.1 Professional studio 33 1.3.5 Paging 14 5.2.2 Hands free 33 2 Trouble shooting 16 5.2.3 Door state 34 16 5.2.4 Alarm messages 2.1 Push to Talk mode 3 CCTV functions 20 3.1 Activation 20 3.2 Intercommunication 20 3.3 Camera 21 3.4 Cycle cameras 21 3.5 Staircase lights 22 3.6 Call exclusion 22 5 Services 5.3 Messages 32 34 35 3 User guide Video Display 4 Introduction and basic functions 1.1 General information 6 1.2 Your Video Display: use it now! 6 1.3 Menu functions 8 5 User guide Video Display 1 Introduction and basic functions 1.1 General information 1.2 Your Video Display: use it now! The Video Display offers the normal video door entry and CCTV functions and can also interact with your My home system. Fitting in with My Home • Scenarios: Runs the scenarios saved in the Scenario module. • Alarms: Signals the last alarm events which have occurred and the division of the system. • Sound system: Manages the BTicino digital sound system. • Temperature control: Displays and adjusts the temperature in the various zones of the home and the state of the control unit. LCD screen note The LCD screen has been manufactured using advanced high precision technology. It is however possible that sometimes up to 5 small black or coloured dots (red, blue, green) may appear on the LCD screen. This is an absolutely normal result of the manufacturing process and is not indicative of a malfunction and/or fault. Incorrect use of the Video Display and of all the devices connected to it excludes any guarantee! For cleaning only use a damp or antistatic cloth. Avoid the use of alcohol or chemical detergents. 6 1 10 9 2 3 8 4 7 6 5 1 -LCD 2,5” colour display 2 -Loudspeaker 3 -Call exclusion LED* 4 -Connection key 5 -Connection LED 6 -Entrance panel and cycling switching ON key 7 -Door lock LED 8 -Door lock key 9 -Navigation keys 10 -Microphone * It lights up when the bell volume is set to 0. 1.2.1 Video door entry function keys Activation Entrance Panel/Cycling It activates the switching on of the associated Entrance Panel and, if present, allows the cycling display of the other Entrance Panels/cameras. Door lock key When there is a call it opens the door lock of the Entrance Panel from which the call was made, at rest that of the associated Entrance Panel. The LED signals that it is activated. Connection key Activates/deactivates the audio connection. When a call has been received the LED flashes; press once to answer: the LED shines steadily. At rest activates the paging function (if enabled). 1.2.2 Navigation keys key Allows access to the menu; confirms the selection made. keys Inside the menu they select the previous or next item. keys Inside the menu they change the value set. In audio/video connection they allow rapid access to the volume and monitor settings. keys Returns to the previous screen, if already on the first screen, it can be used to turn the display off; during a call, it can be used to switch from day to night mode, and vice versa (see the relevant section). 7 User guide Video Display 1 Introduction and basic functions 1.3 Menu functions COMMUNICATION Main menu example with programming of just the COMMUNICATION commands. Use the OK key to access the main menu: 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - Use the 1 2 keys to select the functions from those available: 1 - Submenu and commands 2 - Use the settings icon to access a series of adjustments/services described below 3 4 Cycle cameras Settings 5 Main menu example with communication and house-automation submenu. 1 2 3 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - • menu with COMMUNICATION functions; • menu with HOME AUTOMATION functions; SCENARIOS 4 8 Camera HOUSE AUTOMATION Three possible solutions for drawing up the main menu are given below: • CUSTOMISED menu. Intercommunication ACTIVATION I SETTINGS 1 Activation 5 6 Communication Scenarios Alarms Sound system Temperature control Settings CUSTOMISED MENU The customised menu allows more intuitive use of the Video Display functions. In fact the menu only displays the functions in your My Home system and the text of each command can be customised in the installation phase. The installer has given the exact configuration of your Video Display the tables below; if he has not filled it in ask for it. COMMUNICATION Using the customised menu also lets you: FUNCTIONS DESCRIPTION • Have the PROFESSIONAL STUDIO, HANDS FREE, PAGING and MULTIMEDIA functions, which otherwise can only be called from the SETTINGS menu, in the main page or in another page. 1 2 3 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - SETTINGS 4 Communication Professional studio Hands free Paging HOUSE AUTOMATION Multimedia SUB-MENU Settings SYSTEM FOUND SCENARIOS 5 6 ALARMS SOUND SYSTEM TEMPERATURE CONTROL MULTIMEDIA INTERFACE 9 User guide Video Display 1 Introduction and basic functions 1.3.1 Volume adjustment NOTE: During a video door entry call you can access the Adjustments menu directly by pressing the - or + key. Inside the menu select one of the items (e.g. Bells) Select Adjustments ADJUSTMENTS Press OK to access the menu BELLS Adjust the volume to the level required. EP SOUND = sound volume when talking to the entrance panel. INTERCOM = sound volume when holding an intercom conversation. Press OK to confirm VOLUME 10 BELLS = volume level for all the bells. 1.3.2 Monitor adjustment (day/night) It is possible to select two different adjustments, one for day viewing and one for night viewing; to switch from one mode to the other press C during the video door entry call. NOTE: During a video door entry call you can access the Adjustments menu directly by pressing th - or + key. Select Adjustments ADJUSTMENTS Press OK to access the menu Inside the menu select one of the items (e.g. Contrast) COLOUR Select Day monitor Make the adjustment Press OK to confirm DAY MONITOR CONTRAST 11 User guide Video Display 1 Introduction and basic functions 1.3.3 Camera swing NOTE: This menu can only be accessed during the connection with the entrance panel, if this is set up for the camera swing. Select Adjustments ADJUSTMENTS Press OK to access the menu Select Swing bracket Press OK to confirm SWING BRACKET 12 Adjust the correct camera angle 1.3.4 Bells adjustment You can associate one of sixteen tunes to each call event. 01 Choose the tune Adjust the volume Select Bells TUNE Select Confirm and then OK to save the selection and return to the previous page Press OK to access the menu BELLS CALL FROM EP = call from the entrance panel (S=0 o S=1) INTERNAL INTERCOM = call from the intercom in your apartment Select the event Press OK to confirm CALL FROM EP (S=0) EXTERNAL INTERCOM = call from an intercom in another apartment CALL TO THE FLOOR = call from the pushbutton near your entrance door 13 User guide Video Display 1 Introduction and basic functions 1.3.5 Paging If your system is set up, using the icon in the main menu a “paging” call can be sent to the system: • Basic: only sound system • Enhanced: on the speaker* audio handsets as well Select Paging Press OK to confirm PAGING Once the communication is activated the voice will be played on the whole system. The page function can be activated directly by pressing the key * Configurate with Software 14 (if the installer has configured it). Trouble shooting 2.1 Push to Talk mode 16 15 User guide Video Display 2 Trouble shooting 2.1 Push to Talk mode Receiving a call from the entrance panel. Press the Connection key to answer the call. The connection LED lights up. During the conversation you can activate the PUSH TO TALK function. Press the Connection key for at least 2 seconds to talk to the entrance panel. The LED remains ON. 16 Release the key to hear from the entrance panel. The LED becomes red. To end the connection press the connection key briefly. The LED goes out. 17 User guide Video Display 2 Trouble shooting PROBLEM SOLUTION ) no pic- - the audio/video channel may be busy, wait for it to become free (from 1 to 3 minutes) and try again. On pressing the OK key the menu does not switch on and the handset gives a busy sound - the audio/video channel is busy, wait for it to become free (from 1 to 3 minutes) and try again. When called the handset does not ring - check that the call has not been excluded (the call exclusion LED is ON); - check the configuration of the devices. At the entrance panel it is difficult to hear the caller - talk at a maximum distance of 40 centimetres from the Video Display microphone; - check the entrance panel settings with the installer and if necessary reduce the microphone volume; - you can communicate in PUSH TO TALK mode (see the relevant section). At the handset it is difficult to hear the caller - check the volume setting on the Video Display; - make sure that there are no strong noise sources near the Video Display; - you can communicate in PUSH TO TALK mode (see the relevant section). On pressing the Entrance panel Activation/Cycling key ( ture appears. 18 CCTV functions 3.1 Activation 20 3.2 Intercommunication 20 3.3 Camera 21 3.4 Cycle cameras 21 3.5 Staircase lights 22 3.6 Call exclusion 22 19 User guide Video Display 3 CCTV functions 3.1 Activation 3.2 Intercommunication This function activates an actuator or an entrance panel. As an example you can activate the opening of a secondary gate. This function allows conversation with other video handsets/ handsets installed in your home or in other apartments. ACTIVATION I Press OK to access the Main menu Press OK to access the Main menu Select the function Select the extension to call INTERCOMUNICANTE I Press OK to confirm Press OK to confirm Command Performed appears on the screen briefly COMMAND PERFORMED 20 To quit the menu press the C key COMMAND PERFORMED Command Performed appears briefly and then the screen switches off If the audio/video channel is occupied by another user you hear a sound and the command is not performed. Wait until the channel is free and try again. If there is a call from the entrance panel, the conversation is interrupted. 3.3 Camera 3.4 Cycle cameras This function lets you monitor your home, activating one of the cameras in the apartment and in the common areas (e.g. garage or garden). This lets you display the pictures taken by all the cameras installed one after the other. Once activated the Video Display displays the first camera for 10 seconds, then goes to the next. When the cycle is complete, the screen switches off. You can stop on the display of one camera by pressing the Connection key. The working camera remains active and if it belongs to an entrance panel the sound communication is activated as well. Press OK to access the Main menu Select Cycle cameras Select the camera to activate CAMERA I CYCLE CAMERAS Press OK to confirm The picture taken by the camera selected appears on the screen (if the audio/video channel is occupied by another user the command is not performed. Wait until the channel is free and try again). Press OK to Confirm (if the audio/video channel is occupied by another user the command is not performed. Wait until the channel is free and try again). If there is a call from the entrance panel, the connection will be interrupted. If there is a call from the entrance panel, the connection will be interrupted. 21 User guide Video Display 3 CCTV functions 3.5 Staircase lights 3.6 Call exclusion Lets you switch on the lights at the entrance or on the stairs. This lets you enable/disable the call bell. If the bell is disabled the call exclusion LED lights up. Press OK to access the Main menu Led Select the Staircase light function STAIRCASE LIGHTS To activate the call exclusion set the “Bell” volume to zero (see the relevant section). Press OK to confirm COMMAND PERFORMED 22 Command Performed appears on the screen briefly then the Main menu returns. House automation functions 4.1 Scenarios 24 4.2 Alarms 25 4.3 Sound system 26 4.4 Temperature control 27 4.5 Multimedia menu 29 23 User guide Video Display 4 House automation functions 4.1 Scenarios Your Video Display communicates with the BTicino automation system, activating the scenarios. The installer has given a brief description of the scenarios set in the tables below, if he has not filled it in ask for it. SCENARIO SCENARIOS Inside the Main menu select Scenarios SCENARIO II Press OK to confirm SCENARIO IV SCENARIO I SCENARIO III SCENARIO V Select the scenario you want to activate SCENARIO I Press OK to confirm Command Performed appears on the screen briefly To quit the menu press the C key. 24 DESCRIPTION 4.2 Alarms Your Video Display communicates with the BTicino burglar-alarm system, in particular giving information on the system state, the active zones and the last 3 alarms given. Inside the Main menu select Alarms ALARMS Press OK to confirm Alarms icons key: ARMED ANTIPANIC DISARMED TECHNICAL INTRUSION TAMPERING FREEZER FIRE EMERGENCY CALL GAS LEAK TELERESCUE FLOOD The information screen appears 25 User guide Video Display 4 House automation functions 4.3 Sound system If your Video Display is connected to the BTicino sound system you can check it. The information in the screen is read as indicated below: 2 Inside the Main menu select Sound system 3 1 Press OK to access the menu SOUND SYSTEM 1 - State of the 8 zones managed by the burglar-alarm system: the corresponding number (from 1 to 8) is indicated for each active zone 2 - System state = ON/OFF 3 - Information on the last 3 alarms: SOUND SYSTEM Type of alarm, Zone or Channel of origin Technical Alarms: GAS LEAK FREEZER FLOOD EMERGENCY CALL C=1 C=2 C=3 C=4 TECHNICAL GENERIC FIRE TELERESCUE C=5,6,7 C=8 C=9 NOTE: when the burglar alarm is switched on, the memory of the last 3 alarms is cancelled; if the siren is active, a further alarm can’t be visualized. 26 CD Using the - + keys you can activate/deactivate the sound system*, adjust the volume, select the CD track or change the radio station and select the musical source. * – One-channel system: general activation, of the single room and of the single amplifier if the Video Display is programmed by PC. – Multi-channel system: activation of the single room and of the single amplifier if the Video Display is programmed by PC. 4.4 Temperature control Your Video Display lets you control and adjust the temperature inside the home, interacting with the BTicino temperature control system. 1 SOUND SYSTEM 2 3 4 5 Inside the Main menu select Temperat. control CD 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - Press the - and + keys to select amplifier TEMPERAT. CONTROL Press OK to confirm Press the - and + ON/OFF the system Press the - and + adjust the volume Press the + key to select the music source (radio, CD, etc.) Press the - and + keys to change the radio station or choose the CD track TEMP. CONTROL UNIT 20.5 °C You can set the manual mode and adjust the temperature with the - + keys. Set the heat protection 27 User guide Video Display 4 House automation functions You can set the temperature on different levels in the various system zones. 1 1 ZONES: 01 TEMP. CONTROL UNIT 2 20.5 °C 3 4 2 3 20.5 °C 4 22.5 (+2) 18.5°C 5 1 - Press the - and + keys to select Temperature control unit/Zones 2 - To set the manual mode and adjust the temperature use the - and 1 - Press the - and + keys to select Temperature control unit/Zones 2 - To set the manual mode and adjust the temperature use the - and 3 - To set the Weekly mode; press OK to confirm (the last weekly pro- 3 - To set the Automatic mode; press OK to confirm (in this case resets 4 - Press the + key to set the protection (antifreeze for winter or heat 4 - Press the + key to set the protection (antifreeze for winter or heat + keys and then press OK to confirm gram selected on the Temperature control unit is set) protection for summer); Pressing the - key switches the system OFF 28 + keys and then press OK to confirm the mode set on the Temperature control unit for this zone) protection for summer); Pressing the - key switches the zone OFF 5 - Display the zone’s current state. 4.5 Multimedia menu If your system has the Multimedia Interface (3465), you can access your menu via the dedicated icon. Inside the Main menu select Multimedia interface Press OK to access the menu MULTIMEDIA INTERFACE ✎ To navigate the menu of the multimedia interface use the same keys as its remote control: MY HOME The of your Video Display displays the main window of the Multimedia Interface. Settings Automation Lighting Burglar alarm Loads Temperature control SETTINGS 1/2 ✎ The “MENU” key of the multimedia interface can be activated by pressing and holding down C on the Video Display. ✎ Inside the menu of the multimedia interface the videostation will not switch off automatically. To exit and switch the monitor off press the pushbutton 29 User guide Video Display 30 Services 5.1 The “Settings” menu 32 5.2 Services 33 5.3 Messages 35 31 User guide Video Display 5 Services 5.1 The “Settings” menu The main menu always has the SETTINGS icon. Selecting it gives access to a wide range of customisations which let you get the most from your Video Display. SETTINGS ADJUSTMENT Inside the Main menu select Settings Press OK to access the menu SETTINGS SERVICES VOLUME MONITOR SWING PROF. STUDIO HANDS FREE DOOR STATE ALARM MSG MESSAGES 1 2 3 BELLS The following page is displayed with the icons: 1 - Adjustments INFORMATION (see the relevant section) SERVICES 4 32 5 6 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - Services Messages Bells Information Configuration CONFIGURATION CAUTION Only the installer has access to the CONFIGURATION menu; incorrect operations could affect the operation of the Video Display. 5.2 Services 5.2.1 Professional studio 5.2.2 Hands free The Professional Studio function lets you set the automatic opening of the door lock when there is a call from the Entrance Panel. It cannot be activated at the same time as the Door State function. The Hands Free function automatically activates the microphone and loudspeaker when there is a call, avoiding having to press the Connection key to answer (the connection is established immediately the call is made). Select Services Select Settings Press OK to confirm Press OK to confirm SERVICES SERVICES Enable or disable the function PROF. STUDIO If you enable this function your Video Display door lock LED flashes to remind you. Enable or disable the function MANI LIBERE HANDS FREE If you enable this function your Video Display door lock LED flashes to remind you. 33 User guide Video Display 5 Services 5.2.3 Door state 5.2.4 Alarm messages This function tells you about the door lock state. If it is open the “door lock LED” flashes, if it is closed it remains OFF. NOTE: it can only be activated if your system allows it (ask your installer for more information); it can not be activated at the same time as the Professional Studio function. If it is activated the Video Display tells you if the antiintrusion system has detected an alarm. The three LED flash alternately until a key is pressed to display the message (if locally supplied the message will be displayed automatically). To cancel the message press the C key when the message is displayed. If not the signal will appear the next time a key is pressed. Select Services Select Services Press OK to confirm Press OK to confirm SERVICES DOOR STATE 34 SERVICES Select Door state Select Alarm MSG Enable or disable the function Enable or disable the function ALARM MSG 5.3 Messages Select Messages Press OK to confirm MESSAGES - - 1 ++ Message from switchboard. Select the message you want to display Press C to return to the previous page There are messages, the menu can be selected. No messages, the menu cannot be selected. 35 User guide Video Display BTicino SpA Via Messina, 38 20154 Milano - Italy www.bticino.com BTicino SpA reserves at any time the right to modify the contents of this booklet and to comunicate in any form and modality, the charges brought to the same.
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