Planning Manual Siedle Access Issue 2013

Planning Manual Siedle Access Issue 2013
Planning Manual
Siedle Access
Issue 2013
Contents
Access in general
3
Fields of application
Performance features
4
Components
5
Commissioning
Warranty
Recommendation
6
Planning and cabling
Supply limits ATLC/NG 670-...
8-9
9
Device description
Door station
Custom-fit door loudspeaker
10-11
Cameras
12-13
Indoor audio/video devices
14
Accessories
15
Supply/control units
16
Licences
18
Access with access control
through the Vario bus
20
Ranges in the Vario bus
20
Device description at the Vario
bus
21
Siedle Exhibition and Training
Centers
22
After-sales service
23
For complex systems or special requirements, the technical
consultants in Project Sales will
be pleased to advise you.
Subject to printing errors.
We reserve modifications
depending on technical
improvements.
Access in general
Siedle Access is a server-based
IP system for building communication. It offers the whole
breadth of Siedle communication system functionality, from
the speech or video connection
through concierge functionality
to complex switching and control functions. Access works in
its own IP network.
Central management on the
Access server permits configuration and administration both
over the web browser and
remotely. In addition, it facilitates system upgrading by
adding and exchanging devices
or licence models (e.g. function
licences, licences for the use of
external makes such as IP cameras, VoIP telephones, IP-I/O
devices).
The system utilizes the network protocols TCP/IP and
UDP, as well as SIP for internet
telephony (VoIP), extended to
include an access-specific data
protocol. The audio encoding
standard (G.711) and video
encoding standard (H.264)
guarantee high picture and
tone quality with minimal network loading.
Switch
Server
Server
Switch
ATLC/NG 670
Door station
Tö
ATLC/NG 670
Door station
Tö
ATLC/NG 670
Door station
Tö
3
All indoor devices are always
connected via an RJ45 8/8
network outlet. This is divided
into two sockets.
The left-hand socket is reserved
for the network (LAN area).
The right-hand socket is
independent of the network
and is used for connecting
other control elements
permitting additional uses.
Supplementary functions such
as a storey call button are
also connected via the RJ45
network outlet (right-hand
socket/side).
ERT
Switch
Server
ATLC/NG 670
Door station
Tö
Fields of application
Performance features
Projects with
• a large number of users (door
stations and/or indoor devices)
and long distances
• stringent demands on audio
and video transmission
• several (also geographically)
separate building sections
• concierge and surveillance
functions
• heterogeneous utilization
(private and commercial mixed
use)
• fundamental requirement
for structured cabling and IP
technology
Access offers
• Simple planning and
installation in conformity with
standards
• PC-based one-man
commissioning
• Secure platform-independent
configuration via customary
web browser (also remote
configuration by remote
monitoring)
• More than 1000 users in the
system
• Multiple parallel video and
speech circuits in the system
• Full duplex speech connection
• Optional group formation
(e.g. for announcements)
• Call memory with call list and
video memory
• Polyphonic ringtones
• Indoor devices supplied by
PoE (Power over Ethernet) in
accordance with IEEE802.3af
• Server for central system
management
• Call rerouting, call forwarding
and call follow-me function
• Call differentiation in
terminals
• Door call via call display or
code lock keypad
• Storey door loudspeaker
(with and without video) and
storey door release
• Intercom functionality
• Display of messages, statuses,
or arriving calls in plain text at
devices with displays
• Optional prioritized signalling
system
• Efficient PC-based concierge
workstation with video
surveillance functionality
and processing of prioritized
messages
(can alternatively, additionally
or temporarily be connected via
the Internet)
• Scan mode for connected
cameras
• Integration of external
cameras
• Integration of SIP audio, SIP
video and a/b telephones
• System link to public network
telephone systems and
telephone systems conforming
to the SIP standard
• Update capability of all Siedle
IP products
Components
Door components
Indoor devices
Licences
Distribution components
ATLM 670-0
Access door loudspeaker
module
AHT 870-0
Access in-house telephone
ALFA 270-0
Access licence for external
audio device
ATLC/NG 670-0
Access door loudspeaker controller with line rectifier
ALFV 270-0
Access licence for external
video device
ALT 270-0
Access licence for telephony
connection
BTM 650-01 to 04
Bus call button module
AHTV 870-0
Access video in-house
telephone
ACM 670-0
Access camera module
AHF 870-0
Access handsfree telephone
DRM 611-01
Display call module
AHFV 870-0
Access video handsfree
telephone
COM 611-02
Code lock module
ELM 611-01
Electronic-key reading module
FPM 611-02
Fingerprint module
ASHT 170-0
Access Software In-house
telephone
ASC 170-0
Access Software Concierge
Accessories
ATLE 670-0
Access custom-fit door
loudspeaker incl. Bus call
button matrix
AZA 870-0
Access surface-mount
accessory
BRMA 050-01
Bus call button matrix
AZTV 870-0
Access table-top accessory
AZIO 870-0
Access input/output accessory
ALFS 270-0
Access licence for external
smartphone
ALFT 270-0
Access licence for external
tablet
ALKNX 270-0 <50
Access licence for KNX connection
ALKNX 270-0 <300
Access licence for KNX connection
ALKNX 270-0 <1000
Access licence for KNX connection
Space requirement in the
distributor
Devices
unit
width/TE
ATLC/NG 670-0
2x6
AIVS 670-0
Access Interface analog-video
standard
AS 670-0 S
3 x 12
VNG 602-02
10
TR 603-0
3
AS 670-0 S
Access Server S
EC 602-03
6
ECE 602-0
3
AS 670-0 M
Access Server M
TR 602-01
6
TCIP 603-03
8
AS 670-0 L
Access Server L
Please plan sufficient reserve
for subsequent upgrading.
VNG 602-02
Video line rectifier
Distribution external devices
Used routers/switches must
have PoE capability with
IEEE802.3af, e.g. Cisco,
Netgear, D-Link, HP etc.
The power supply to terminals
using PoE must be ensured on
site.
TR 603-0
Transformer
TR 602-01
Transformer
EC 602-03
Entrance controller
ECE 602-0
Entrance controller extension
TCIP 603-03
Door controller IP
TCIP SRV 603-0
Door controller IP server
5
External devices
For many requirements and
ideas, the market is flooded
by a large number of devices.
Communication and compatibility between the different
components can sometimes be
an issue. For this reason, it is
advisable to make contact at
an early stage with our project
sales department.
We are currently able to offer
recommendations for the following areas.
•Analogue telephone adapter
ATA
•SIP telephone
•Switch actuators
•KNX
•VoIP
•Interface ISDN telephone
system
If required, we are glad to also
test other interesting areas.
Commissioning
Coordination/initial commissioning of an Access system
must be performed by Siedle or
an Access Certified Partner. The
system must be ready installed,
documented and made ready
for operation (see commissioning requirements) by the
date of commissioning.
Access to all parts of the
system must be guaranteed,
the system administrator must
be available. Commissioning
is performed against a charge.
The relevant charging rates are
shown in the quotation/the
commissioning form sheet.
Commissioning requirements
Installation
•The installation complies with
structured cabling requirements
as outlined in DIN 50173-1. A
suitable network plan is provided
•All necessary network connections are available
•The cabling complies with at
least Category 5
Network
•Dedicated network for the
Siedle intercom system or
VLAN with quality of service (IEEE802.1p) of at least
100 MBit/s bandwidth
•Multicasting capability (incl.
routers, switches)
•At least 100Base Tx
•No hubs or repeaters present
in the network
•The network is fully configured and ready for service
•Switches for in-house telephones are POE capable in
accordance with IEEE802.3af
(all ports for HT are POE supplied)
Call number table
•(who is calling whom and
how) is available, KNX configuration is clarified
•Required key configuration
available
Commissioning encompasses the following
services
•Review of submitted documents
•Initialization of the system
(server)
•Identification and assignment of devices used, licensing
arrangements
•Set-up and configuration of
door stations
•Set-up and configuration of
indoor stations
•Set-up and configuration of
software clients
•Set-up and configuration of
gateways (connection of nonSiedle devices)
•Instruction and data transfer
to the administrator/user on
site
Warranty
Recommendation
Siedle guarantees the configurable functions and system
characteristics of hardware and
software supplied by Siedle
only if commissioning can be
proven to have been performed
through the Siedle Access
Competence Center or one of
our Access Certified Partners.
This does not affect the statutory rights of the customer to
receive fault-free products.
Operating manual
Siedle recommends compiling
an operating manual to document the network and the
Access system.
The operating manual must
be accessible to servicing personnel and contain fundamental information:
• Contact data of the system
administrator (with deputization arrangements)
• Hardware list
• Documentation of the server
configuration
• Server backup
• Documentation of the software status and device configuration
• Construction plan with structured cabling (LAN policy)
• Issue of passwords and possibilities for remote login access
• IP address and device names
of the network components
• Process descriptions (e.g.
creating a user, exchanging
devices etc.)
• Documentation of changes
made
• Documentation of errors/
remedy of errors
Updates and maintenance
The software for all Siedle
Access products with network connection is capable of
updating.
The updates for system components can be centrally imported
via the Access server. Current
updates and new performance features are available
for downloading from www.
siedle.de. The software status
of the Access system must be
stored in the operating manual.
Ensure that the active network
components (switches, routers,
firewall) are working with the
latest software status.
Siedle Access permits system
access by remote login for
maintenance and troubleshooting.
For this purpose, online access
to the Access server is required.
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Planning and cabling
In order to permit correctly
controlled server shutdown, we
recommend including a UPS
(uninterruptible power supply)
unit in the planning.
Network cabling
The requirement for integration of an Access system is a
network infrastructure created
in accordance with the stipulations for generic cabling (from
Category 5).
Rules for generic cabling are set
out in various standards:
• DIN 50173-1 General requirements
For individual building types,
the following standards apply
in addition:
• DIN 50173-2 (ISO/IEC 11801)
for office buildings
• DIN 50173-3 (ISO/IEC 24702)
for industrially used locations
• DIN 50173-4 (ISO/IEC 15018)
for apartments
Internationally, the ISO/IEC
standards apply.
Cabling structure/areas
The cabling is broken down
into 3 areas.
Primary area
Fibre optic cables
Cabling between individual
buildings and/or within buildings between several main
building distributors.
In the case of copper wire connections, adequate equipotential bonding must be guaranteed.
Secondary area
Fibre optic cables
The storeys are networked by
means of storey distributors.
Both fibre optic and copper
connections can be used. This
is dependent upon the switches
used and their distance from
the main distributor/switch.
Tertiary area
Twisted pair for fixed installation plus patch cable for
cabling from the network junction box to the terminal.
Tertiary area
Secondary area
General information
The basis for planning an
Access system is an IP network
configured in accordance with
specifications for creating structured cabling (as described
under Network cabling).
The purpose of the Access
security concept is to ensure
that network cabling terminates not outside the door
but with the ATLC/NG 670-...
Consequently, the door connection (as described under
cabling in the door area) is not
a constituent part of the IP network.
For positioning of the Access
devices and network components, it is advisable to provide
a construction plan. This should
take into consideration the
length restrictions of the connection types such as copper
and optical fibres.
The space requirement of network components and Siedle
devices must be determined
and taken into consideration.
Siedle recommends drawing
up a schematic drawing of the
network structure and the used
Siedle devices. Logical and selfexplanatory names should be
assigned to the various devices,
for example FL1AP5 for 1st
floor, apartment 5. All cable
segments between active components should be listed in
an index showing their name,
cable length and cable type.
Server
Switch
ATLC/NG 670
Door station
Tö
Primary area
Conductor material
CAT
AWG22
J-Y(ST)Y
twisted pair
conductors,
shielded
Cabling for indoor devices
The Access indoor devices
can be installed without problems using standard RJ45 flush
mounting network junction
boxes.
In this case, simply install the
network junction box without
the frame and panel. The Siedle
indoor device can be mounted
above the junction box and
connected to the network with
a plug-in connector.
Eye level
Junction box
RJ45
Eye level
165 cm
Cabling in the door area
The IP network terminates with
the ATLC/NG 670-...
To protect against unauthorized
access, the ATLC/
NG 670-... must be accommodated without fail inside the
building.
The cabling from the ATLC/
NG 670-... to the door station
is executed in the conventional
way.
165 cm
Supplementary functions
Additional functions such as
the connection of a storey call
button ERT for an external
signalling device are executed
directly at the network outlet
assigned to this function. The
range between ERT and the
indoor device is max. 50 m
(Cat 5 AWG22).
150 cm
Network characteristics:
• Maximum of 50 ms delay in
one direction (one way delay)
• Maximum of 100 ms total
delay
• Packet loss < 1%
• Maximum of 20 ms jitter
Junction box
RJ45
Range
Door controller to door station
CAT AWG22
= 120 m
J-Y(St)Y ø 0,6 mm
= 100 m
J-Y(St)Y ø 0,8 mm
= 200 m
Ideally, an RJ45 flush mounted junction
box should be positioned at the
mounting height for the indoor device
(display height less 15 cm).
Mounting with Access surface mounting
accessory AZA 870-... and patch cable
provided on site.
Supply limits ATLC/NG 670-...
ATLM 670-...
BTM 650-...
ACM 670-...
COM/DRM 611-...
AIVS 670-.../external camera
1
10
1
-
-
1
1
1
1
-
1
2
-
-
1 CEC 612
supply via AIVS 670-... from the ATLM 670-...
1
26
-
-
1 CEC 612 -... or 1 KA/WG 950-...,
supply via AIVS 670-... installed directly from the ATLC/NG
Further combination possibilities must be clarified during the project engineering phase
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Device description
Door station
ATLM 670-0
Access door loudspeaker
module in 611 Vario design.
Complete module with loudspeaker, microphone and light
button with LED illuminated
light symbol.
Up to max. 48 call button modules can be connected in any
optional combination, allowing
up to max. 192 users.
Acoustic feedback when actuating the call button at the
BTM 650-01 to -04 optional.
Custom-fit door loudspeaker
BTM 650-01 to 04
Bus call button modules
BTM 650-... with 1, 2, 3 or 4
call buttons. The BTM 650-... is
connected to the ATLM 670-...
via ribbon cable.
ATLE 670-0
Access custom-fit door loudspeaker with bus call button
matrix for mounting in a loudspeaker compartment, door
constructions, letterboxes etc.
12 of the client’s own call buttons can be directly connected
at the bus call button matrix
BRMA 050‑...
Control output for external
camera, connection of existing
buttons via BRMA 050-...
BRMA 050-01
Bus call button matrix for the
connection of existing call buttons to the custom-fit door
loudspeaker BTLE 050-.../
ATLE 670-...
Max. 14 BRMA 050-... can be
connected to 1 BTLE 050-...
Max. 16 BRMA 050-... can be
connected to 1 ATLE 670-...
Door release
Siedle door release units are
high-resistance > 20 Ohm and
provide operating reliability
even over long ranges.
Standard commercially available door release units
8 – 12 V AC, 20 Ohm can be
connected.
COM/DRM 611-... as
call module
COM 611-02
Code lock module as an input
device for the placement of
door calls and control functions
in conjunction with Access
and the Siedle access control
system.
• With keypad for making calls
or
• For controlling in conjunction with the Easikey controller
EC 602...
• C button for cancelling incorrect inputs
• DR button for direct door
release via the EC 602-...
DRM 611-01
Display call module as an input
device with 4‑line display for
placing door calls.
Indication of names in the display in alphabetical order.
The DRM 611‑... can also be
used in combination with the
COM 611‑... in order to display
the input via the COM 611‑...
Server
Switch
ATLC/NG 670
4x2
Door station
2
Tö
11
Object width in m (a)
5,
0
3,8
mm
Other video components for
special applications can be
combined with our devices on
request.
m
Application/General
Video cameras operating with
the Vario door loudspeaker or
externally in the background
provide an unobtrusive method
of surveillance in the entrance
area. Call, speech and door
release operation of the door
station. The visitor appears on
screen at one or more of the
video call stations.
m
Device description
Cameras
Possible applications include
single and multiple family
homes, private/commercial
premises, practices and surgeries, administrative buildings
etc.
9,5
mm
Object distance in m (h)
Location of the video camera
Selection of the most suitable camera
and its location is decisive to ensure
good picture quality. The camera must
not be directed towards:
Diagram showing the pick-up range of
external camera CEC 612 with image
pick-up chip 1/3”.
ACM 670
horizontal
M6
50 cm
m
0m
Object width in m (a)
8,
40,0 mm
83,0 mm
Object distance in m (h)
Diagram pickup range
Camera ACM 670-... with image pickup chip 1/3”.
If the range of the camera module is
not sufficient, external cameras such as
the CEC 612-... or KA/WG 950-... can
be used.
160 cm
AC
Object width in m (a)
m
m
ca. 143 cm
ca. 84 cm
50 cm
0
5,
64 cm
106 cm
109 cm
214 cm
70
3,
8
m
m
2.9
m
m
ACM 670
vertical
• Direct backlight
• Direct sunlight
• Picture backgrounds with a high
degree of brightness
• Highly reflective walls
• Lamps or light sources etc.
Object distance in m (h)
Diagram showing the pick-up range of
the KA/WG 950-... with image pick-up
chip 1/4”.
Pick-up range of the camera module
ACM 670-...
The adjustment range of the
ACM 670-... is indicated by shading
Cameras
Access Interface
Analog-Video Standard
AIVS 670
ACM 670-0
Access camera module for
mounting in Siedle Vario
611-housing.
Performance features:
• Integrated heating with
2-stage temperature control
• Infrared lighting and control
electronics
• Colour system PAL
• Image pick-up CCD sensor
8.4 mm (1/3”) 752 x 582 pixel
(horizontal/vertical)
• Lens attachment 2.9 mm
• Automatic day/night
switchover at approx. 4 lux
(from colour to monochrome)
for optimized quality
• Pick-up angle vertical 60°,
horizontal 80°
• Additional mechanical adjustment range 30° horizontal and
vertical
• Horizontal resolution 450
lines
CEC 612-0
Day/night CCD video camera
for external mounting, in
weather-proof housing and
wall arm with ball head,
internal cable routing.
• Image pick-up colour CCD
sensor 8.4 mm (1/3“); 752 (H)
x 582 (V) 440.000 pixel
• Zoom-lens attachment 3.8–
9.5 mm, F 1,2, with IR filter,
automatic swivel action
• Pick-up angle 74°–30°
• Light sensitivity 0.5 Lux in
colour mode and 0.24 Lux in
monochrome mode, each at
F 1.2
• Backlight compensation
• Automatic white balance
• Resolution horizontal 480 TV
lines
• Video signal 1 Vpp, FBAS, at
75 Ohm
KA/WG 950-0 C
Day/night CCD video camera
for external mounting, with
weather-proof housing and sun
shade, wall arm with ball head
and internal wiring.
• Image pick-up colour CCD
sensor 6.3 mm (1/4“); 752 (H)
x 582 (V) 400,000 pixel
• Lens attachment 3.9–85.9
mm without IR filter
• Pick-up angle 50°–2.5°
• Light sensitivity 0.8 Lux at
F 1,2
• Resolution horizontal 480 TV
lines
• Video signal 1 Vpp at 75
Ohm
• Connecting cable in wall arm
ZNF 950-0
Line rectifier foot accessory for
the camera KA/WG 950-..., for
supplying from the 230 V network.
AIVS 670-0
Access analog video standard
interface in surface-mount
housing for connection of an
analog camera to the
ATLC 670-...
Following a door call, the picture from the analog camera
automatically appears on the
Access indoor call station.
Manual selection of the door
is also possible. The camera
cannot be controlled.
Door station
Camera
2
Tö
3x2
AIVS 670
5x2
2
LAN
ATLC/NG 670
External analogue camera in connection
with AIVS 670-... to ATLC/NG 670-...
Camera 1
Camera 2
Door station
2
2
AIVS 670
3x2
ATLC/NG 670
Tö
AIVS 670
3x2
ATLC/NG 670
4x2
2
ATLC/NG 670
LAN
Video door station with additional
external analogue cameras. One ATLC/
NG 670-... is required per camera.
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Device description
Audio indoor devices
AHT 870-0
Access in-house telephone with
door release button and 7 additional buttons with 2-colour
status LED. All buttons are
freely programmable. The display shows the graphic menu
interface, but not a camera
image. It is possible to upgrade
to a fully functional video station.
With the functions calling,
speech, door release, light,
remote switching and call
silencing.
With the additional purchase
of licence ALUV 270‑..., the
AHT 870‑... can be converted
into a fully functional indoor
video device.
Performance features:
• Display 8.8 cm
• Entrance for storey calls
• Exit freely programmable
• Call differentiation between
door calls, storey calls, indoor
calls and concierge calls
• Switching functions
• Status indications
• Can be used with table-top
accessory AZTV 870‑... as a
table-top device
Video indoor devices
AHF 870-0
Access handsfree telephone
with speech/control button,
door release button and 7 additional buttons with 2-colour
status LED. All buttons are
freely programmable. The display shows the graphic menu
interface, but not a camera
image. It is possible to upgrade
to a fully functional video station.
With the functions calling,
speech, door release, light,
remote switching and call
silencing.
With the additional purchase
of licence ALUV 270‑... the
AHF 870‑... can be converted
into a fully functional indoor
video device.
Performance features:
• Display 8.8 cm
• Entrance for storey calls
• Exit freely programmable
• Call differentiation between
door calls, storey calls, indoor
calls and concierge calls
• Switching functions
• Status indications
• Can be used with table-top
accessory AZTV 870‑... as a
table-top device
AHTV 870-0
Access in-house telephone
video with door release button
and 7 additional buttons with
2-colour status LED. All buttons are freely programmable.
The display shows the camera
image and the graphic menu
interface.
With the functions calling,
speech, door release, vision,
light, remote switching and call
silencing.
Performance features:
• Display 8.8 cm
• Entrance for storey calls
• Exit freely programmable
• Call differentiation between
door calls, storey calls, indoor
calls and concierge calls
• Switching functions
• Status indications
• Video memory function
• Integrated 5-way control
button
• Can be used with table-top
accessory AZTV 870‑... as a
table-top device
AHFV 870-0
Access handsfree telephone
video with speech/control
button, door release button
and 7 additional buttons with
2-colour status LED. All buttons are freely programmable.
The display shows the camera
image and the graphic menu
interface.
With the functions calling,
speech, door release, vision,
light, remote switching and call
silencing.
Performance features:
• Display 8.8 cm
• Entrance for storey calls
• Exit freely programmable
• Call differentiation between
door calls, storey calls, indoor
calls and concierge calls
• Switching functions
• Status indications
• Video memory function
• Integrated 5-way control
button
• Can be used with table-top
accessory AZTV 870‑... as a
table-top device
All indoor devices are exclusively connected via an RJ45
network outlet. Ideally, this
is located directly behind the
device at visible height on the
wall. However, if this is not
possible, it can be mounted
in any optional position (visible height) on a wall by using
the surface mounting accessory AZA 850‑... However, a
network outlet for connection
of the indoor device must be
available at a maximum distance of 10 m.
For table-top devices, the tabletop accessory AZTV 850‑... is
required.
Accessories
Top
Oben
AZA 870-0
Access surface-mount accessory, for professional surface
mounting of Access indoor call
stations.
Comprises a connection
adapter and 4 spacers. The
raised height is increased by
8 mm.
AZTV 870-0
Access table-top accessory for
indoor call stations for converting from a wall to a tabletop device. Slip-proof console.
AZIO 870-0
Access input/output accessory
as circuit board for integration
in an indoor unit with an additional input/output.
ZRE 600-0
19 inch rack mounting
accessory for the Access
Server S and the TCIP server.
Comprising retaining plate
including mounted handles and
mounting accessories.
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Device description
Supply/control units
ATLC/NG 670-0
Access door loudspeaker controller with line rectifier in
switch panel housing as an
interface for the connection
and power supply of door components to the Access network.
Switch contact for door release
and freely programmable
switching input.
VNG 602-02
Video line rectifier in a switch
panel housing for central
supply of video door intercom
systems.
AS 670-0 S
Access Server in metal housing,
suitable for top hat rail
mounting, as a central unit
for management of the entire
Access system; Expansion possible up to 50 users.
Dimensions (mm) W x H x D:
328 x 88.8 x 201
More than 10 connections may
exist at any one time in the
system.
Commissioning takes place in
the complete system.
AS 670-0 M
Access server in 19” housing as
a central unit for managing the
entire Access system. Expansion
possible up to 500 users.
Dimensions (mm) W x H x D:
483 x 88 x 460
More than 10 connections may
exist at any one time in the
system.
Commissioning takes place in
the complete system.
AS 670-0 L
Access server in 19” housing as
a central unit for managing the
entire Access system. Expansion
possible from 500 to over 1000
users.
Dimensions (mm) W x H x D:
483 x 88 x 460
More than 10 connections may
exist at any one time in the
system.
Commissioning takes place in
the complete system.
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ASHT 170-0
Access in-house telephone software, which graphically depicts
a virtual in-house telephone
with video on a PC monitor.
• Door calls with video are possible to a Siedle door station.
• Indoor calls possible
• Execution of switching and
control functions such as door
release, light switching etc.
• Display of signals
Function overview:
• Call differentiation between
door calls, storey calls, indoor
calls and concierge calls
• Device and user overview
• Users, doors and devices can
be selected from lists
• Global/private address books
• Video memory function over
licence ALZV 270-...
• Status displays of switchgear
• Switching functions for
external relays
System requirements:
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• Microsoft® Windows XP
(from SP3, 32 Bit)
• Microsoft® Windows Vista
Home Premium and Business
(from SP1, 32/64 Bit)
• Microsoft® Windows 7
Home Premium, Professional
and Ultimate (32/64 Bit)
• Intel® Pentium® IV from
2.0 GHz or compatible CPUs
• min. 2 GB RAM
• Graphics card with at least
128 MB RAM DirectX 9 support
and 16 bit colour depth
• Ethernet card 100 Mbit
• Sound card including headset
adapter
• .NET Framework 4.0
ASC 170-0
Access concierge software, the
central interface at the reception desk. Due to the wide
selection of possible control
functions and statuses, and
facility for supporting several
calls and video links, this application is ideally suited as a
communication switchboard.
Function overview:
• Several audio and video links
can be depicted simultaneously
• Convenient forwarding functions
• Music-on-hold
• Status overview of all
Doormatic door statuses, e.g.
activation enabled day/night
switchover
• Convenient switching/control
and display functions
• Camera scan function
• Answering machine functions
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System requirements:
• Microsoft® Windows XP
(from SP3, 32 Bit)
• Microsoft® Windows Vista
Home Premium and Business
(from SP1, 32/64 Bit)
• Microsoft® Windows 7
Home Premium, Professional
and Ultimate (32/64 Bit)
• Intel® Pentium® IV from
2.0 GHz or compatible CPUs
• min. 2 GB RAM
• Graphics card with at least
1280 x 720, 128 MB RAM,
DirectX 9 support and 16 bit
colour depth
• Ethernet card 100 Mbit
• Sound card including headset
adapter
• .NET Framework 4.0
ASM 170-0
Access software module for
integration of Siedle Access in
external systems, e.g. touch
panels.
You will be kept up to date
with the latest information by
our Project Sales Department
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Device description
Licences
ALT 270-0
Access telephony connection
licence for utilization of an
external connection channel.
A separate licence is required
per channel.
The use of non-Siedle devices is
subject to Siedle approval.
ALKNX 270-0 <50
Access KNX connection licence
for importing and managing
KNX addresses. A maximum of
50 data points can be assigned.
KNX telegrams can be sent and
received.
ALFS 270-0
The external smartphone
Access licence permits connection to the Access server.
A separate licence is required
per device. The smartphone
functions as a mobile indoor
device with video. An additional App is required for operation. This must be purchased
from the App Store.
ALFT 270-0
The external tablet Access
licence permits connection to
the Access server.
A separate licence is required
per device. The tablet functions as a mobile indoor device
with video. An additional App
is required for operation. This
must be purchased from the
App Store.
ALKNX 270-0 <300
Access KNX connection licence
for importing and managing
KNX addresses. A maximum
of 300 data points can be
assigned.
KNX telegrams can be sent and
received.
ALKNX 270-0 <1000
Access licence KNX connection for the import and management of KNX addresses;
assignment of up to 1000 data
points.
KNX telegrams can be sent and
received.
ALFV 270-0
Access licence for non-Siedle
video device for connection of
a VoIP video telephone to the
Access system.
The use of non-Siedle devices is
subject to Siedle approval.
ALFA 270-0
Access licence for non-Siedle
audio device for connection of
a VoIP audio telephone to the
Access system.
Using a VoIP-ATA adapter, it
is also possible to connect an
analog telephone.
The use of non-Siedle devices is
subject to Siedle approval.
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Access with access control
through the Vario bus
Ranges in the Vario bus
The modules COM/ELM or
FPM 611-... are used to actuate
control functions which are
evaluated and implemented by
the evaluating unit EC 602-...
The range depends on the type
of installation, the core diameter and the connected load
values „AW“ of the connected
devices.
ELM/COM max. 250 m
ELM 611-...
TR 603-...
In order to utilize Vario bus
control functions, an additional conductor with 4 cores is
required from the input module
to the EC 602-...
For more information on access
control, contact our Project
Service.
COM 611-...
4
EC 602-...
ECE 602-...
FPM 611-...
FPM max. 130 m
Access control with Easikey controller EC 602-... as independent system
Range between the transformer and input modules
with star-shaped installation
Max. 250 m using 0.8 mm core
diameter and with connected
load value „AW“ 1.
A second connected load value
in the same line halves the
range.
Connected load values AW
COM 611-..., DRM 611-...,
ELM 611-..., EC 602-... = 1 AW
FPM 611-..., EC 602-... with
ECE 602-... = AW 2
One TR 603-... supplies 2
AWs.
ELM/COM max. 250 m
ELM 611-...
VNG 602-...
COM 611-...
4
TCIP 603-...
FPM 611-...
FPM max. 130 m
Access control with door controller IP TCIP 603-... as independent system
The conductor network laid
throughout the entire Vario
bus must not exceed
2000 m.
Device description at
the Vario bus
TCIP 603
COM 611-02
Code lock module as an input
unit for the placement of codes
for control functions in conjunction with the Siedle Vario
bus.
ELM 611-01
Electronic key read module as
a no-contact control system
in conjunction with the Siedle
Easikey controller EC 602-...
Reading unit for electronic keys
or cards for actuation of functions at the Vario bus.
EC 602-03
Entrance controller in switch
panel housing for code lock
module COM 611-..., electronic
key reading module
ELM 611-... or fingerprint
module FPM 611-...
Display-supported programming of integrated buttons, or
by means of PC software via
additional programming interface PRI 602-... Electronic evaluating circuit with 2 switching
outputs, extendable to 8 with
ECE 602-..., 2 control inputs for
time-controlled access rights.
ECE 602-0
Entry controller extension
in switch panel housing.
Upgrades the EC 602-... by a
further 6 working contacts.
TCIP 603-03
Door controller IP TCIP 603-...
as a control unit for management of access entitlement in
private homes and commercial
properties.
TCIP SRV 603-0
The Door controller IP server
TCIP SRV 603-... is used to network several door controllers
IP TCIP 603-... and to extend
the maximum number of users
which can be managed to over
500.
FPM 611-02
Fingerprint module as a monitoring system with function
LEDs. For actuation of functions
in conjunction with Easikey
controller EC 602-... at the
Vario bus.
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Siedle Exhibition and Training Centers
After-sales service
Berlin
Siedle im Stilwerk
Kantstraße 17
10623 Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 8871951-0
Fax: +49 30 8871951-8319
[email protected]
Munich
Siedle Exhibition and Training Centre
Einsteinring 22
85609 Aschheim (Dornach)
Tel.: +49 89 928617-0
Fax: +49 89 92861777
[email protected]
Düsseldorf
Siedle im Stilwerk
Grünstraße 15
40212 Düsseldorf
Tel.: +49 211 3003602-0
Fax: +49 211 3003602-8350
[email protected]
Stuttgart
Siedle Exhibition and Training Centre
Brunnwiesenstraße 23
73760 Ostfildern-Ruit
Tel.: +49 711 441088-0
Fax: +49 711 441088-44
[email protected]
Hamburg
Siedle im Stilwerk
Große Elbstraße 68
22767 Hamburg
Tel.: +49 40 670498-0
Fax: +49 40 6538792
[email protected]
Wiesbaden
Siedle Exhibition and Training Centre
Tannenstraße 6-8
65187 Wiesbaden
Tel.: +49 611 98993-0
Fax: +49 611 98993-13
[email protected]
Italy
Barbieri Competencecenter GmbH
P.zza Dott. Weiser, 4
39018 Terlano (BZ)
Tel. +39 0471 257960
Fax +39 0471 257964
www.siedle.it
[email protected]
Austria
Siedle
Austria GmbH
Grabenweg 71/II
6020 Innsbruck
Tel. +43 512 363060
Fax +43 512 36306060
www.siedle.at
[email protected]
Switzerland
Siedle Electric AG
Rotterdam-Strasse 21
4053 Basel
Tel. +41 61 3382044
Fax +41 61 3382049
www.siedle.ch
[email protected]
Customers and sales partners outside
of Germany should please contact their
national agents.
After-sales service
Furtwangen factory
Monday through Thursday
from 7.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Friday up to 4.00 p.m.
Architect and project service Telephone +49 7723 63-555
[email protected]
Order placements
Tel. +49 7723 63-451
Fax +49 7723 63-441
[email protected]
Access Service Center
Telephone +49 7723 63-540
[email protected]
Austria
Switzerland
Performance specifications, Monday to Thursday from
technical information, tender 7.30 to 12.00 a.m. and
specifications
1.00 to 4.00 p.m.
Friday from 7.30 a.m. to
12.00 a.m.
Tel. +43 512 363060-22
Fax +43 512 363060-60
[email protected]
Order acceptance, brochure
requests, accounts
Monday to Thursday from
7.30 to 12.00 a.m. and
1.00 to 5.00 p.m.
Friday from 7.30 a.m. to
12.00 a.m.
Tel. +43 512 363060-21
Fax +43 512 363060-60
[email protected]
Order placements
Brochure request
Hotline Letterbox solutions
Bills of quantity, enquiries
and invitations to tender
Lettering service
Monday to Thursday from
7.45 to 12.00 a.m. and
1.30 to 5.00 p.m.
Friday from 07.45 a.m. to
12.00 a.m. and from 1.30 to
4.00 p.m.
Tel. +41 61 338 20 44
Fax +41 61 338 20 49
[email protected]
Hotline Building
communication
Siedle Multi
Tel. +41 61 333 80 10
Fax +41 61 338 20 49
[email protected]
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S. Siedle & Söhne
Telefon- und Telegrafenwerke OHG
Postfach 1155
78113 Furtwangen
Bregstraße 1
78120 Furtwangen
Telefon +49 7723 63-0
Telefax +49 7723 63-300
www.siedle.de
[email protected]
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