PUSH BUtton PAnEL
SECtion 3E
PUSH BUTTON PANEL
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CAMERA MODULE AND DOOR UNIT WITH 2 BUTTONS
Ref. 1083/62......................................................................................2
Features.........................................................................................2
Structure........................................................................................2
Terminal pins description..............................................................2
Technical characteristics...............................................................3
Default programming.....................................................................3
Operating.......................................................................................3
Audio adjustment..........................................................................3
Name holders lighting....................................................................4
DOOR UNIT MODULE WITH 2 BUTTONS Ref.1083/6.....................4
Features.........................................................................................4
Structure........................................................................................4
Terminal pins description..............................................................4
Technical characteristics...............................................................5
Default programming.....................................................................5
Operating.......................................................................................5
Audio adjustment..........................................................................5
Name holders lighting....................................................................5
DOOR phone systems
Modularity examples for different system dimensions................15
CONFIGURATION...........................................................................19
ASSOCIATION OF DOOR UNITS BUTTONS TO USERS...............20
Main door units............................................................................20
Secondary door units..................................................................21
OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING..........................................................22
Auto-on function on surveillance cameras..................................22
Button configuration for special function....................................22
PROGRAMMING DATA DELETING................................................22
1-BUTTON FRONT UNIT..................................................................6
Assigning code 0 to the button.....................................................6
Factory codes restore...................................................................6
16-USER EXPANSION MODULE Ref. 1083/17................................7
Connection example.....................................................................7
Technical characteristics...............................................................7
PRODUCT LISTS...............................................................................8
INSTALLATION..................................................................................8
DIMENSIONS..................................................................................10
VIDEO DOOR phone systems
Modularity examples for different system dimensions................11
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CAMERA MODULE AND DOOR UNIT WITH 2 BUTTONS
SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
Sinthesi Steel is a vandal resistant push button panel made of steel,
suitable for harsh environment.
Sinthesi Steel is the evolution of Sinthesi push button panel, with the
same modular structure. For this reason, with a reduced number of
components and shelf items cards it is possible to realize any types
and configurations of push button panels.
The product range continuity is guaranteed by the possibility to use
Sinthesi Steel devices when the existing flush mount box is the one
used for Sinthesi or K-Steel push button panels.
Special care has been dedicated to new modules, optimized to
make installation quicker by using pre-cabled wires with connectors,
implementing new modules as DDA (Disability Discrimination Act)
used to know system operation and ILA (Induction loop Antenna)
modules, that allow hard of hearing people provided with hearing aid
with T operating mode, to hear the door phone conversation.
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FEATURES
Installation on Sinthesi Steel module holder frames with 2
modules.
Two pre-wired call buttons.
4 expansion modules (connected in series) can be connected, up
to 64 user buttons max. for each door unit.
Connection of 16-user expansion module Ref. 1083/17 with
connector.
Up to 4 main call stations and up to two secondary call stations
can be connected for each column.
Fixed focus colour camera with embedded lens and shutter.
Embedded illuminator, that can be excluded under sufficient
lighting conditions.
Codes sequences can be assigned to call buttons with dipswitch.
All the programming procedure can be performed with dipswitch.
Off-hook waiting time: 60 seconds (system busy).
The guaranteed communication time can be programmed with
rotary-switch up to 70 seconds (system busy).
Max. conversation time starting when the handset is picked up:
10 minutes.
Tone for confirming call sending and conversation end.
Video-audio signals of system busy.
Pedestrian electric lock command actuator. Programmable
timing with rotary-switch from 1 to 90 seconds.
Driveway electric lock command actuator with clean contact.
Electric lock management: Free or Secret.
Circuitry for electric lock activation with entrance hall button.
Input for open door sensor.
Trimmer for adjusting loudspeaker and microphone audio level.
Management of two external coax video inputs for surveillance
cameras, if present.
Relay box driving for cyclic control of several video surveillance
cameras.
Output for power supply of name holders lighting (up to 32 buttons
with the power supply unit Ref. 1083/20).
Audio repeater device for hard of hearing people.
Designed for DDA module with voice messages and led
connection.
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CAMERA MODULE AND DOOR UNIT WITH 2
BUTTONS Ref. 1083/62
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PUSH BUTTON PANEL
StruCTURE
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Front view
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Rear view
Camera
Signalling yellow led
Microphone
Pre-wired buttons
Name holders
Loudspeaker
Rotary-switch for pedestrian door lock release activation time
Auxiliary settings dip-switch
Identification code dip-switch
Busy time rotary-switch
Connector for expansion module
Loudspeaker volume adjustment
Microphone volume adjustment
Terminal blocks
TERMINAL PINS DESCRIPTION
] LINE
Incoming Bus line
SE+
SEV3
A
V5
V3
B
V5
Positive for pedestrian electric lock activation
Negative for pedestrian electric lock activation
Surveillance camera 1 signal
Reference for surveillance camera 1 signal
Surveillance camera 2 signal / video switch
Reference for surveillance camera 2 / video switch
[
[
] ILA
] SE2
T+
TCT
PA
SP
] ILL
+
Hard of hearing device output
Driveway electric lock activation
Command for video switch
Reference for video switch
Reference for PA and SP
Entrance hall button
Open door sensor (*)
Power supply for name holders lighting
} Do not use
EXP Connector for expansion module Ref. 1083/17
I2C Connector for module with voice messages and led Ref. 1158/47
(*) the terminal pin SP is connected by default to the terminal pin
CT; to connect the normally close door sensor (with closed door),
remove the jumper.
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SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
CAMERA MODULE AND DOOR UNIT WITH 2 BUTTONS
OPERATION
Power supply voltage (LINE): ............................................ 36 - 48 Vdc
Standby current consumption: . ........................................ 45 mA max
Max. current consumption: ............................................. 250 mA max
(video call and name holders on)
Name holders lighting ILL output: ............ 11 - 13,8 Vdc max 200 mA
Lock output SE+ and SE-: .......................... 22 - 24 Vdc max 200 mA
SE2 switched load:................................................. 300 mA 125 V Max
Operating temperature range: ............................................ -10 ÷ 50°C
Compliant with: .................................... EN 61000-6-3, EN 61000-6-1
CALLS
Up to 64 users max. can be called by pressing the respective buttons
of the push button panel associated to the camera Ref. 1083/72.
After pressing the call button, the two following cases can occur:
• The line is free: the door unit emits a confirmation tone and the
call is sent to the selected user.
• The line is busy: the door unit emits an alert tone and the yellow
led on the front blinks (when the busy time is elapsed, the call
must be sent again).
If in the system there is a concierge switchboard in “Day”
mode, all the calls performed from the main call stations
are intercepted and managed by the switchboard.
0,9 m
PEDESTRIAN ELECTRIC LOCK ACTIVATION
Door units are provided with two terminal pins for pedestrian electric
lock activation (SE-, SE+). The electric lock is activated in the following
cases:
• Each time the entrance hall button is pressed (terminal pins PA,
CT).
• After receiving a door lock release command from an apartment
station, according to the configuration of the dip-switch used
to configure the operating mode “free” or “secret” (see section
“2VOICE system”, paragraph “Call stations features”). • When the call is sent to an apartment station which is provided
with “automatic door lock release” feature and this function is
active.
87°
0,9 m
1,0 m
Vertical field of view
1,4 m
1,4 m
SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
If electric locks to be activated need special timing, the rotary switch
“DOOR TIME” must be adjusted.
During electric lock activation, additional name holders, if
powered by door unit terminal pins ILL, switch off.
1,0 m
108°
Horizontal field of view
default PROGRAMMING
Door units are provided with two terminal pins (SE2) connected to the
contacts of a normally open relay, that can be used to command a gate
opening control panel. The relay is activated for 1 sec. after receiving
a driveway door lock release command from an apartment station,
according to the configured operation mode, “free” or “secret”, as for
the pedestrian electric lock.
This relay is NOT suitable to manage directly power loads,
but can only be used as command relay.
AUDIO ADJUSTMENT
Audio levels are trimmed in factory, so they don’t need to be changed
in most installations.
If it is necessary to change them, use a screwdriver on the suitable
adjusting points.
PUSH BUTTON PANEL
All cameras are configured in factory as follows:
Call station type: ..........................................................................main
Secondary number: . .......................................................................... 0
Door lock release: ......................................................................... free
Interruption: ........................................................................Not enable
Camera illuminators: ........................................................................on
Guaranteed comunication time rotary: .............................30 s (pos 3)
Door lock release rotary: .....................................................1 s (pos 0)
Door unit number: .............................................................................. 0
Power supply:....................................................... from the line (LINE)
DRIVEWAY DOOR LOCK RELEASE MANAGEMENT
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DOOR UNIT MODULE WITH 2 BUTTONS
SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
NAME HOLDERS LIGHTING
STRUCTURE
If the call station has more than 32 name holders, an additional
transformer must be used for button modules lighting.
In this case, the terminal pins “ILL” of the call station must not be
connected to the button modules.
To next button
modules
To expansion
modules
G/T
~12
~0
~0
~12
G/T
~12
~0
~0
~12
U4
U3
U2
U1
G/T
ILL
EXP
ILA
LINE
T+
TV5
V3
To next button
modules
Name holders
lighting
transformer
~12
~0
TC
A
V5 B
V3
SE2
PA
CT
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SP
SE+
SE-
ILL
EXP
ILA
LINE
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2
A
V5 B
V3
SE2
1
5
TC
PA
CT
2
13
SP
SE+
SE-
Line~
Call station with
32 name holders max.
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Call station with more than
32 name holders
DOOR UNIT MODULE WITH 2 BUTTONS
Ref.1083/6
FEATURES
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Installation on 2-module Sinthesi Steel module holder frames.
Two pre-wired call buttons.
4 expansion modules can be installed (connected in series), up to
64 user buttons max. for each door unit.
Connection of 16-user expansion module Ref. 1083/17 with
connector.
Up to 4 main call stations and up to 2 secondary call stations can
be connected for each column.
Code sequences can be assigned to call buttons with the dipswitch.
All the programming procedure can be performed with dipswitch.
Off-hook waiting time: 60 seconds (system busy).
Guaranteed communication time can be programmed with rotaryswitch up to 70 seconds (system busy)
Max. conversation time starting when the handset is picked up:
10 minutes.
Tone for confirming call sending and conversation end.
Video-audio signals of system busy.
Pedestrian electric lock command actuator. Programmable
timing with rotary-switch from 1 to 90 seconds.
Driveway electric lock command actuator with clean contact.
Electric lock management: Free or Secret.
Circuitry for electric lock activation with entrance hall button.
Input for open door sensor.
Trimmer for adjusting loudspeaker and microphone audio level.
Output for power supply of name holders lighting (up to 32 buttons
with the power supply unit Ref. 1083/20).
Audio repeater device for hard of hearing people.
Designed for DDA module with voice messages and led
connection.
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The transformer Ref. 9000/230 can provide 11,2 W power, that is up
to 64 name holders max.
The number of name holders could be reduced according
to distance and section of the used cable.
PUSH BUTTON PANEL
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T+
TV5
V3
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U4
U3
U2
U1
G/T
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To expansion
modules
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Front view
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9.
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Rear view
Signalling yellow led
Microphone
Pre-wired buttons
Name holders
Loudspeaker
Rotary-switch for pedestrian door lock release activation time
Auxiliary settings dip-switch
Identification code dip-switch
Busy time rotary-switch
Connector for expansion module
Loudspeaker volume adjustment
Microphone volume adjustment
Terminal blocks
TERMINAL PINS DESCRIPTION
] LINE
SE+
SE-
] ILA
] SE2
CT
PA
SP
] ILL
+
Incoming Bus line
Positive for pedestrian electric lock activation
Negative for pedestrian electric lock activation
Hard of hearing device output
Driveway electric lock activation
Reference for PA and SP
Entrance hall button
Open door sensor (*)
Power supply for name holders lighting
} Do not use
EXP Connector for expansion module Ref. 1083/17
I2C Connector for module with voice messages and led Ref. 1158/47
(*) the terminal pin SP is connected by default to the terminal pin
CT; to connect the normally close door sensor (with closed door),
remove the jumper.
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SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
DRIVEWAY DOOR LOCK RELEASE MANAGEMENT
Power supply voltage (LINE): ............................................ 36 - 48 Vdc
Standby current consumption: . ........................................ 45 mA max
Max. current consumption: ............................................. 220 mA max
(call and name holders on)
Name holders lighting ILL output: ............ 11 - 13,8 Vdc max 200 mA
Lock output SE+ and SE-: .......................... 22 - 24 Vdc max 200 mA
SE2 switched load:................................................. 300 mA 125 V Max
Operating temperature range: ............................................ -10 ÷ 50°C
Compliant with: .................................... EN 61000-6-3, EN 61000-6-1
Door units are provided with two terminal pins (SE2) connected to the
contacts of a normally open relay, that can be used to command a gate
opening control panel. The relay is activated for 1 sec. after receiving
a driveway door lock release command from an apartment station,
according to the configured operation mode, “free” or “secret”, as for
the pedestrian electric lock.
default PROGRAMMING
AUDIO ADJUSTMENT
All door unit modules are configured in factory as follows:
Call station type: ..........................................................................main
Secondary number: . .......................................................................... 0
Door lock release: ......................................................................... free
Interruption: ........................................................................Not enable
Camera illuminators: ........................................................................on
Guaranteed comunication time rotary: .............................30 s (pos 3)
Door lock release rotary: .....................................................1 s (pos 0)
Door unit number: .............................................................................. 0
Power supply:....................................................... from the line (LINE)
Audio levels are trimmed in factory, so they don’t need to be changed
in most installations.
If it is necessary to change them, use a screwdriver on the suitable
adjusting points.
This relay is NOT suitable to manage directly power loads,
but can only be used as command relay.
SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
DOOR UNIT MODULE WITH 2 BUTTONS
OPERATION
CALLS
If in the system there is a concierge switchboard in “Day”
mode, all the calls performed from the main call stations
are intercepted and managed by the switchboard.
PEDESTRIAN ELECTRIC LOCK ACTIVATION
Door units are provided with two terminal pins for pedestrian electric
lock activation (SE-, SE+). The electric lock is activated in the following
cases:
• Each time the entrance hall button is pressed (terminal pins PA,
CT).
• After receiving a door lock release command from an apartment
station, according to the configuration of the dip-switch used
to configure the operating mode “free” or “secret” (see section
“2VOICE system”, paragraph “Call stations features”). • When the call is sent to an apartment station which is provided
with “automatic door lock release” feature and this function is
active.
If electric locks to be activated need special timing, the rotary switch
“DOOR TIME” must be adjusted.
During electric lock activation, additional name holders, if
powered by door unit terminal pins ILL, switch off.
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NAME HOLDERS LIGHTING
If the call station has more than 32 name holders, an additional
transformer must be used for button modules lighting.
In this case, the terminal pins “ILL” of the call station must not be
connected to the button modules.
To next button
modules
G/T
~12
~0
~0
~12
To expansion
modules
To next button
modules
G/T
~12
~0
~0
~12
U4
U3
U2
U1
G/T
ILL
EXP
ILA
LINE
8
2
Name holders
lighting
transformer
To expansion
modules
U4
U3
U2
U1
G/T
ILL
EXP
ILA
LINE
8
2
~12
~0
PA
CT
SE2
SE+
SE-
Call station with
32 name holders max.
PA
CT
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SP
SP
SE2
Line~
SE+
SE-
Call station with more than
32 name holders
The transformer Ref. 9000/230 can provide 11,2 W power, that is up
to 64 name holders max.
The number of name holders could be reduced according
to distance and section of the used cable.
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Up to 64 users max. can be called by pressing the respective buttons
of the push button panel associated to the door unit.
After pressing the call button, the two following cases can occur:
• The line is free: the door unit emits a confirmation tone and the
call is sent to the selected user.
• The line is busy: the door unit emits an alert tone and the yellow
led on the front blinks (when the busy time is elapsed, the call
must be sent again).
SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
1-BUTTON FRONT UNIT
1-BUTTON FRONT UNIT
FACTORY CODES RESTORE
For call station with 1 button, the front unit Ref. 1758/107 must be
bought and installed as follows:
To restore the user code assigned to the button, follow the procedure
below:
1. Enter in programming mode by setting the rotary switch DOOR
TIME to position 8 and the rotary switch CONV TIME to position
9. The call station will emit 2 beeps each second to indicate the
programming state.
Installation modes are the same as for modules with
camera and door unit modules.
2. Press the button in the upper side of the call station. The module
will emit a long beep to indicate that programming has been
successful.
Beeep
Ref.1758/107
In this case, if the button is pressed, the apartment station
with user code CODE=1 will be called.
If the module is provided with firmware version 3.1 or
higher, perform the following programming procedure to
call the apartment station with code 0.
assigning code 0 to the button
USER 0
USER 1
3. Set the rotary switches to the correct position to exit from the
programming mode.
1. Enter in programming mode by setting the rotary switch DOOR
TIME to position 8 and the rotary switch CONV TIME to position
9. The call station will emit 2 beeps each second to indicate the
programming state.
2. Press the call station button. The module will emit a long beep to
indicate that programming has been successful.
Beeep
PUSH BUTTON PANEL
USER 0
3. Restore the rotary switches original position to exit from the
programming mode.
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SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
16-USER EXPANSION MODULE
CONNECTION EXAMPLE
SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
16-USER EXPANSION MODULE Ref. 1083/17
P9÷P12
P13÷P16
EXP
INPUT
The expansion module allows to add 16 user buttons to the door
unit.
Place the device in the push button panel as shown in the following
figures.
Connect the user buttons and connect the device to the door unit
or to other expansion modules, if present, with the suitable cable,
respecting connection direction and passages in flush mounting
boxes.
OUTPUT
P1÷P4
P5÷P8
installation on modules with 3 and 4 buttons
OUTPUT
3
P5÷P8
P9÷P12
P13÷P16
P1÷P4
INPUT
2
4
To the next modules
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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
push buttons module
Current consumption: .......................................................... 1mA Max
Current in user button: ............................................................... ~1mA
Operating temperature range: ............................................+0 ÷ +50°C
Humidity: ................................................................... 90% UR a 30 °C
installation on modules with 1 and 2 buttons
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2
4
3
U2
U1
PUSH BUTTON PANEL
push buttons module
G/T
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(*) red
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PRODUCT LISTS - INSTALLAtion
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SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
PRODUCT LISTS
All Sinthesi Steel products, their characteristics and installation
modes are described in “Products Technical Manual - Door Phone
and Video Door Phone system” in the section “Sinthesi Steel Push
Button Panel”
Before installing the flush mounting box (single or coupled with
other ones), prepare the hole (at the bottom or at the sides) for the
passage of connection wires.
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ALTO
TO
HA P
UT
BUTTONS MODULES
1
With 1 button . ................................................................. Ref. 1158/11
With 2 buttons ................................................................. Ref. 1158/12
With 3 buttons ................................................................. Ref. 1158/13
With 4 buttons ................................................................. Ref. 1158/14
special MODULES
Directory module ............................................................. Ref. 1158/50
Blind module ................................................................... Ref. 1158/59
DDA module with voice messages................................... Ref. 1158/47
Hearing impaired people module..................................... Ref. 1158/48
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FLUSH MOUNTING BOXES
Fit the flush mounting box in line with the wall: it must not
project.
For 2 modules ................................................................. Ref. 1158/42
For 3 modules ................................................................. Ref. 1158/43
For 4 modules ................................................................. Ref. 1158/44
FRAMES AND MODULE HOLDERS
ALTO
TOP
HAUT
For 2 modules ................................................................. Ref. 1158/62
For 3 modules ................................................................. Ref. 1158/63
For 4 modules ................................................................. Ref. 1158/64
ALTO
TOP
HAUT
max.
6 mm
RAIN HOODS
For 2 modules ............................................................... Ref. 1158/612
For 3 modules ............................................................... Ref. 1158/613
For 4 modules ............................................................... Ref. 1158/614
For 4 modules (2 module holders with 2 modules) ....... Ref. 1158/624
For 6 modules (2 module holders with 3 modules) ....... Ref. 1158/626
Apply the adhesive labels on the frame screw holes before
installing the box.
HOODED HOUSINGS
For 2 modules ............................................................... Ref. 1145/312
For 2 modules ............................................................... Ref. 1145/313
For 2 modules ............................................................... Ref. 1145/314
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Fit the module holder frame.
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Fit the modules in the frame.
installation
It is suggested to install the modules at the height shown below,
according to the system to be realized.
PUSH BUTTON PANEL
1,55 ÷ 1,60 m
1,55 ÷ 1,60 m
However, for complex systems with several modules, for a correct
installation consider the height shown in the figure to fix the camera. If
the system is a door phone, height refers to the door unit.
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SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
INSTALLATION
Turn the frame round, connect wires and set the dip-switches.
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Fit the name tags.
Final engraved name holder.
I2C
Connector for module
with voice messages
and led Ref.1158/47.
SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
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Dummy transparent name holder.
EXP
Connector for
expansion module
Ref.1083/17.
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Close the module holder.
Adjust correct perpendicularity of the panel.
Fit the panel on the frame.
PUSH BUTTON PANEL
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DIMENSIONS
FLUSH-MOUNTED VERSION
SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL - DIMENSIONI D’INGOMBRO
119mm
45mm
125mm
H1
H2
247mm
H1
H2
For 1 module
117 mm
127 mm
For 2 modules
207 mm
217 mm
For 3 modules
297 mm
307 mm
For 4 modules
387 mm
397 mm
254mm
45mm
H1
H2
376mm
45mm
383mm
H2
H1
505mm
512mm
45mm
H1
H2
634mm
45mm
641mm
H2
H1
PUSH BUTTON PANEL
WALL-MOUNTED VERSION
157mm
79mm
H3
H3
For 1 module
151,5 mm
For 2 modules
241,5 mm
For 3 modules
331,5 mm
For 4 modules
421,5 mm
59mm
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SINTHESI STEEL PUSH BUTTON PANEL
VIDEO DOOR phone systems
modularity examples for different system dimensions
2
1158/11
Button modules
3
4
5
1
1158/12
Camera modules with
door unit
1083/62
1
1
1
1
1
1
1158/14
1158/50
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1
1158/13
Special modules
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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2
1
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Frontalino con 1 tasto 1758/107 1
Expansion module
1083/17
1158/42
Flush mounting box
1
1
1158/43
2
1
1
1
Module holders and
frames
1
1
1
1158/63
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1
1
2
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frames
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Door unit modules
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frames
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1-button front unit
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Name holders lighting
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CONFIGURATION
ID: door unit identifier
• Each main call station must have a unique code (call ID, i.e.
Identifier) that can be set with dip-switch with values 0÷3.
• In case of secondary call station the ID must be the same as the
column ID configured on the column interface.
DIP1 - Station type
The door unit can be configured either as a main or a secondary
device. All the users in the system may be called from the main door
unit. A secondary door unit may only call the users of the column to
which it belongs. Users can identify the source of the call by the ring
tone.
DIP2 - Secondary station address
Two secondary calling stations may be present in a column and must
have a different address (0 or 1).
DIP3 - Door opener
The electric lock can be managed in “privacy” or “free” mode. The
door unit works as follows in the two cases:
• “Privacy”: the electric lock may only be activated by pressing
the door opening button on the calling station when an audio
conversation has been established or when after having received
a call or auto-on function either a video connection has been
established.
• ‘Free’: when pressing the door lock release button of an apartment
station, the door unit electric lock can be activated only if the door
unit is configured as main or the user belongs to the column of
the same secondary door unit. This column is defined by the ID
setting of the secondary door unit. This function is typically used
for secondary stations.
DIP4 - Interruption
Where is in progress an auto-on or an intercom conversation or
the video door phone answering machine browsing, the respective
column or the whole system is in busy mode, which, according to the
configuration of this switch, can be interrupted or not by a call from
the door unit.
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CONFIGURAtion
The parameter “interruption” must be programmed in the
same way for all system call stations.
DIP5 - Camera lights
The camera lights may be turned off if illumination in the surrounding
environment is sufficient at night.
On the door unit module Ref. 1083/6 the position of this
dip is irrelevant.
DOOR OPENING TIME The position of the rotary switch (DOOR
TIME) determines the activation time of the door lock.
AUX: auxiliary settings
AUX
DIP
ON
1 2 3 4 5
Secondary
station
address
ON
Secondary
1 2 3 4 5
DIP
ON
DIP
Secondary 0
1 2 3 4 5
ON
DIP
Door opener
1 2 3 4 5
ON
Secondary 1
1 2 3 4 5
Door opener
free
DIP
Interruption
ON
DIP
1 2 3 4 5
ON
ON
DIP
1 2 3 4 5
Door opener
privacy
Pos. 2 = 20 s
Pos. 5 = 50 s
Pos. 8 = 80 s
GUARANTEED CONVERSATION TIME: The position of the rotary
switch (CONV TIME) determines a guaranteed conversation time, i.e.
extends the busy time from the answer onwards.
The busy time is equal to the reply time (max. 60s) added to the
guaranteed conversation time.
Off
1 2 3 4 5
Camera
lights
off
Pos. 0 = 1 s
Pos. 1 = 10 s
Pos. 3 = 30 s
Pos. 4 = 40 s Pos. 6 = 60 s Pos. 7 = 70 s
Pos. 9 = 90 s/advanced programming
DIP
On
1 2 3 4 5
Camera
lights
DIP
Main
ON
DIP
1 2 3 4 5
Camera
lights
on
The guaranteed conversation time must be programmed in
the same way for all system call stations.
Pos. 0 = 1 s Pos. 1 = 10 s Pos. 3 = 30 s
Pos. 4 = 40 s Pos. 6 = 60 s Pos. 7 e 8 = 70 s
Pos. 9 = advanced programming
Pos. 2 = 20 s
Pos. 5 = 50 s
To go to advanced configuration, put both the rotary
switches on position 9.
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ON
Station type
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ASSOCIATION OF DOOR UNITS BUTTONS TO USERS
Up to 62 buttons (besides the two buttons on the door unit station)
can be connected to the door unit, using 4 add-on buttons units
1083/17 max.
MAIN DOOR UNITS
6. Quit the advanced configuration, by putting again the two rotary
switches in the positions used to set door lock release time and
guaranteed communication time. The yellow led switches off.
7. Repeat these operations for all main call stations.
Example:
System with 3 columns, the first one with 4 users, the second with 6
users, the third with 8 users.
If the door unit is configured as main, buttons are automatically
associated to column 0; this makes installation of main call stations
easier in one-column systems.
Col=0 User=0
Col=0 User=1
P1÷P4
P5÷P8
OUTPUT
INPUT
1083/17 (1)
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ASSOCIATION OF DOOR UNITS BUTTONS TO
USERS
Col=0 User=2
Col=0 User=3
Col=0 User=4
Col=0 User=5
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Col=0 User=6
Col=0 User=7
Col=0 User=8
Col=0 User=9
Column
interface
ID = 0
Column
interface
ID = 1
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Column
interface
ID = 2
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Main
call station
ID = 0
P9÷P12
•
•
•
•
•
P13÷P16
•
•
P1÷P4
•
•
P5÷P8
Gain access to advanced configuration.
Set the call station ID dip-switch to 0.
Press the door unit upper button (the first button).
Set the call station ID dip-switch to 1.
Press the button 3 of the first buttons module (the fifth button),
which is associated to the user 0 of the column 1.
Set the call station ID dip-switch to 2.
Press the first button of the third buttons module (the eleventh
button) which is associated to the user 0 of the column 2.
Put again the ID dip-switches in their original position.
Quit the advanced configuration.
The final configuration is the following:
1083/17 (4)
OUTPUT
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P9÷P12
P13÷P16
Col=0 User=62
Col=0 User=63
Col = 0 User = 0
Col = 0 User = 1
If the door unit is configured as main and in the system there are
several columns, an association between buttons and users of the
different columns is needed. Follow the instructions below:
1. Gain access to advanced configuration by rotating both the dipswitches in position 9 (the yellow led turns on).
P1÷P4
P5÷P8
1083/17 (1)
OUTPUT
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P9÷P12
P13÷P16
Col = 0 User = 2
Col = 0 User = 3
Col = 1 User = 0
Col = 1 User = 1
Col = 1 User = 2
Col = 1 User = 3
Col = 1 User = 4
Col = 1 User = 5
Col = 2 User = 0
Col = 2 User = 1
Col = 2 User = 2
Col = 2 User = 3
Col = 2 User = 4
Col = 2 User = 5
Col = 2 User = 6
Col = 2 User = 7
1st button
Column 0 start
4 Users
5th button
Column 1 start
6 Users
11th button
Column 2 start
8 Users
2. Set the call station ID dip-switch to the code of the column to
which the buttons must be associated.
3. Press the button associated to the user 0 of the selected column.
All next buttons are automatically associated to the users of that
column, in sequence.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for all the columns.
5. Put again the ID dip-switches in their original position.
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ASSOCIATION OF DOOR UNITS BUTTONS TO USERS
•
In door units configured as secondary, buttons are associated by
default to the users from 0 to 63 of their column.
Col=X User=0
Col=X User=1
P1÷P4
P5÷P8
1083/17 (1)
OUTPUT
INPUT
Col=X User=2
Col=X User=3
Col=X User=4
Col=X User=5
Col=X User=6
Col=X User=7
Col=X User=8
Col=X User=9
Put again the AUX dip switch n. 5 in its original position (the call
station emits a confirmation tone);
Beep
AUX
•
•
Put again the ID dip-switches in their original position.
Quit the advanced configuration, by putting again the two rotary
switches in the positions used to set door lock release time and
guaranteed communication time: the yellow led switches off.
Example:
The secondary call station “A” calls only users from 0 to 10, the call
station “B” only users from 11 to 18.0
P9÷P12
P13÷P16
1
2
3 4
LINE
IN1
IN0
LINE IN LINE OUT
P1÷P4
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P5÷P8
P9÷P12
P13÷P16
Secondary call station
with 11 buttons
ID = n AUX dip2 = 0
offset = 0
it calls users
from 0 to 10
From street
side riser
1083/17 (4)
OUTPUT
Column
interface
ID = n
Secondary call station
with 8 buttons
ID = n AUX dip2 = 1
offset = 11
it calls users
from 11 to 18
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SECONDARY DOOR UNITS
Col=X User=62
Col=X User=63
•
•
•
•
•
On the call station “B”, gain access to advanced configuration;
Set ID dip-switch to 11;
Move AUX dip switch n. 5;
Put again all dip-switches in their original position;
Quit the advanced configuration.
If the door units are configured as secondary, but each one must call
a different group of users, follow the instructions below:
• Gain access to advanced configuration by rotating both the dipswitches in position 9 (the yellow led turns on);
Set the call station ID dip-switch to the code of the apartment
station which will be associated to the first button (offset);
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•
The offset code must only be included between 0 and 31.
•
Change AUX dip switch n. 5 position (the call station emits a
confirmation tone);
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OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING DATA DELETING
BUTTON CONFIGURATION FOR SPECIAL
FUNCTION
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OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING
AUTO-ON
CAMERAS
FUNCTION
ON
SURVEILLANCE
If in a call station there are surveillance cameras, this function must
be programmed.
1. Gain access to the advanced configuration by rotating both rotary
switches to position 9; the door unit emits a beep to indicate
programming status and the yellow led turns on.
It is possible to configure a button for a special function, for example
to turn the stairs lights on.
To configure the button, perform as follows:
• Go to advanced configuration.
•
2. Press the entrance hall button (PA – CT) for many times as the
number of installed surveillance cameras. Each time the button
is pressed, the door unit emits a number of beeps equal to the
number of programmed cameras (5 max.). By pressing again
the buttons after the 5 beeps, the door unit emits a long beep,
indicating that there are no cameras connected (default).
Beep
Entrance
hall button
PA
CT
Keep the selected button pressed for 3 seconds, the door unit
emits an acoustic signal to confirm that the acquisition has been
successfully performed.
The function can be activated only if a suitably programmed
special decoder is installed.
PROGRAMMING DATA DELETING
. Gain access to advanced programming by putting both the rotary
switches in position 9.
. Keep any call button pressed for at least 5 seconds (after the
second beep), then release it.
3. Put again the rotary switches in their operating position.
In this way, buttons/users association, special function button
association and surveillance cameras number are deleted.
3. Put again the rotary switches in the correct position to quit the
advanced configuration.
4. Repeat the programming procedure for all call stations with
surveillance cameras.
According to the programmed number of cameras, the following
configurations are available:
no surveillance
camera (default - only
images during video calls)
1 surveillance camera
2 surveillance cameras
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3 surveillance cameras
4 surveillance cameras
5 surveillance cameras
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