RINS1778-1 DIGI-WiFi 2x A5 on A4 180316

RINS1778-1 DIGI-WiFi 2x A5 on A4 180316
RINS1778-1
DIGI-WiFi
Network
Communications
Module
Connection to the Enforcer/HomeControl+ panels:
(Clips into
Place)
Press  to enter the SSID and password of your router
manually (pressing YES after each entry )- or see the other side
of this leaflet for setup using a smartphone, tablet or PC.
NOTE: SSID /Passwords should not have a space at the
beginning or end and must not exceed 32 characters in length.
In cases where there is a strong FIREWALL it will
be neccessary to assign the network details into
the modem manually.
NOTE: It is important in such cases to notice
that if the firewall has all ports closed then the
system administrator must open ports TCP
25010 (Insite UDL) , 25000 (panel) and 443
(App) for OUTGOING TRAFFIC ONLY to allow
UDL and use of the
HomeControl+ APP.
DIGI-WiFi
Single-Double
alternating
pulse: Cloud
connected
When connecting the communications module, make sure that
the control panel is fully powered-down (mains and battery).
Enter the Engineers menu on the control panel and then go to
COMMUNICATIONS? -> Data Network Set-up? -> Program
WiFi -> Setup with Wi-Fi Device?
(Clips into
Place)
Press  to enter the SSID and password of your router
manually (pressing YES after each entry )- or see the other side
of this leaflet for setup using a smartphone, tablet or PC.
NOTE: SSID /Passwords should not have a space at the
beginning or end and must not exceed 32 characters in length.
Operation LEDs:
Single pulse:
No Cloud
connection.
DIGI-WiFi
Network
Communications
Module
Connection to the Enforcer/HomeControl+ panels:
When connecting the communications module, make sure that
the control panel is fully powered-down (mains and battery).
Enter the Engineers menu on the control panel and then go to
COMMUNICATIONS? -> Data Network Set-up? -> Program
WiFi -> Setup with Wi-Fi Device?
Firewall compatibility:
RINS1778-1
Firewall compatibility:
On at startup.
Also pulses
rapidly during
network setup
procedure
(steps 1 - 4)
Pulses to
indicate local
network
traffic
Double Pulses:
when APP
connected
Not Used
In cases where there is a strong FIREWALL it will
be neccessary to assign the network details into
the modem manually.
NOTE: It is important in such cases to notice
that if the firewall has all ports closed then the
system administrator must open ports TCP
25010 (Insite UDL) , 25000 (panel) and 443
(App) for OUTGOING TRAFFIC ONLY to allow
UDL and use of the
HomeControl+ APP.
DIGI-WiFi
Operation LEDs:
Single pulse:
No Cloud
connection.
Single-Double
alternating
pulse: Cloud
connected
On at startup.
Also pulses
rapidly during
network setup
procedure
(steps 1 - 4)
Pulses to
indicate local
network
traffic
Double Pulses:
when APP
connected
Not Used
DIGI-WiFi
Modem data and power connection:
MUST USE SUPPLIED CABLE. DO NOT RE-USE
CABLES FROM DIFFERENT COMMs MODULES.
T: +44(0)845 6434 999 (local rate) Or T: +44(0)1709 535225 (For Alarm Engineer only)
Customer Support opening hours: 8:00am – 6.30pm Monday to Friday
DIGI-WiFi
Modem data and power connection:
MUST USE SUPPLIED CABLE. DO NOT RE-USE
CABLES FROM DIFFERENT COMMs MODULES.
T: +44(0)845 6434 999 (local rate) Or T: +44(0)1709 535225 (For Alarm Engineer only)
Customer Support opening hours: 8:00am – 6.30pm Monday to Friday
Setup the WiFi from a PC or Smartphone:
1
Enter the Engineers menu on the control panel and
then go to COMMUNICATIONS? -> Data Network
Set-up? -> Program WiFi -> Setup with Wi-Fi
Device?
3
Press  to display the panel SSID and
password then go onto your PC or smartphone.
2
Select the connection /router that you wish to connect
to, enter the router password / key and then select the
‘tick’ button shown below.
NOTE: SSID /Passwords should not have a space at
the beginning or end and must not exceed 32
characters in length.
Setup the WiFi from a PC or Smartphone:
1
4
The panel will begin connecting to the selected
router and you will see the animation shown below.
Go back to your control panel and wait until the
display shows “Connected to Network”.
Finally, exit the Engineers menu and close the
browser on your phone / device (the device will lose
connection to the panel at this point).
3
Select the connection /router that you wish to connect
to, enter the router password / key and then select the
‘tick’ button shown below.
NOTE: SSID /Passwords should not have a space at
the beginning or end and must not exceed 32
characters in length.
4
The panel will begin connecting to the selected
router and you will see the animation shown below.
Go back to your control panel and wait until the
display shows “Connected to Network”.
Finally, exit the Engineers menu and close the
browser on your phone / device (the device will lose
connection to the panel at this point).
Press  to display the panel SSID and
password then go onto your PC or smartphone.
2
Connect your device to the control panel WiFi (it
appears as a local WiFi network) and then open a
web browser to see the list of connections
available (enter any web address - it should
redirect to this page automatically).
Enter the Engineers menu on the control panel and
then go to COMMUNICATIONS? -> Data Network
Set-up? -> Program WiFi -> Setup with Wi-Fi
Device?
Connect your device to the control panel WiFi (it
appears as a local WiFi network) and then open a
web browser to see the list of connections
available (enter any web address - it should
redirect to this page automatically).
IMPORTANT NOTE: The DIGI-WiFi can only be used on HomeControl+ Enforcer control panels V2.1 and above.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The DIGI-WiFi can only be used on HomeControl+ Enforcer control panels V2.1 and above.
Technical Specification
Current draw: 30mA
Operating Temperature: -10°C to +40°C
Modem Data Connection: Data connection to control panel PCB.
Dimensions: 109 x 56 x 11mm
Formats: Fast Format IP (UK Only), Contact ID IP, SIA IP, supports upload/downloading.
Technical Specification
Current draw: 30mA
Operating Temperature: -10°C to +40°C
Modem Data Connection: Data connection to control panel PCB.
Dimensions: 109 x 56 x 11mm
Formats: Fast Format IP (UK Only), Contact ID IP, SIA IP, supports upload/downloading.
Troubleshooting:
- First of all - check that the correct modem type is selected within the ‘ARC Signalling’ menu of your control panel.
- If experiencing connectivity problems - go into the ‘DIAGNOSTICS’ menu, and then the sub-menu within diagnostics
called ‘Communications’ (not the separate ‘COMMUNICATIONS’ menu). Here you can view the IP address and see if the
panel is polling the Pyronix Cloud or your ARC.
- If no LEDs are displayed, check the cables and power connection.
- If the DIGI-WiFi is not recognised by the control panel, power down and back up.
Troubleshooting:
- First of all - check that the correct modem type is selected within the ‘ARC Signalling’ menu of your control panel.
- If experiencing connectivity problems - go into the ‘DIAGNOSTICS’ menu, and then the sub-menu within diagnostics
called ‘Communications’ (not the separate ‘COMMUNICATIONS’ menu). Here you can view the IP address and see if the
panel is polling the Pyronix Cloud or your ARC.
- If no LEDs are displayed, check the cables and power connection.
- If the DIGI-WiFi is not recognised by the control panel, power down and back up.
Environmental Class II
EN 60950-1:2006 +A11:2009 +A1:2010 +A12:2011 +A2:2013
EN 61000-6-3: 2007 +A1: 2011
EN 50136-1: 2012
EN 50136-2: 2013
NOTE: Compliance certified as SP5.
ETSI EN 300 328: V1.8.1
For further information please see
ETSI EN 301 489-1: V1.8.1/ -17 V2.1.1
EN 50131-1: 2006 table 10
CLC/ TS 50136-9: 2013
For electrical products sold within the European Community.
At the end of the electrical products useful life, it should not
be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where
facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for
recycling advice in your country.
This product is under general warranty for a period of 2 years
- for full warranty details see www.pyronix.com/warranty
Pyronix Ltd, Secure House, Braithwell Way, Hellaby, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S66 8QY.
E: customer.support@pyronix.com. W: www.pyronix.com
Environmental Class II
EN 60950-1:2006 +A11:2009 +A1:2010 +A12:2011 +A2:2013
EN 61000-6-3: 2007 +A1: 2011
EN 50136-1: 2012
EN 50136-2: 2013
NOTE: Compliance certified as SP5.
ETSI EN 300 328: V1.8.1
For further information please see
ETSI EN 301 489-1: V1.8.1/ -17 V2.1.1
EN 50131-1: 2006 table 10
CLC/ TS 50136-9: 2013
For electrical products sold within the European Community.
At the end of the electrical products useful life, it should not
be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where
facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for
recycling advice in your country.
This product is under general warranty for a period of 2 years
- for full warranty details see www.pyronix.com/warranty
Pyronix Ltd, Secure House, Braithwell Way, Hellaby, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S66 8QY.
E: customer.support@pyronix.com. W: www.pyronix.com
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