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Video Intercom Indoor Station
User Manual
UD02905B
Video Intercom Indoor Station·User Manual
User Manual
© 2016 Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd.
This user manual is intended for users of the models below:
Series
Model
DS-KH6310-W
DS-KH6310
Indoor Station (6-Series)
DS-KH6310-WL
DS-KH6210-L
DS-KH8301-WTS
Indoor Station (8-Series)
DS-KH8301-WT
DS-KH8300-T
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Regulatory Information
FCC Information
Please take attention that changes or modification not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC compliance: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference
in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
FCC Conditions
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
EU Conformity Statement
This product and - if applicable - the supplied accessories too are
marked with "CE" and comply therefore with the applicable harmonized
European standards listed under the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC, the
RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU.
2012/19/EU (WEEE directive): Products marked with this symbol cannot
be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. For
proper recycling, return this product to your local supplier upon the
purchase of equivalent new equipment, or dispose of it at designated
collection points. For more information see: www.recyclethis.info
2006/66/EC (battery directive): This product contains a battery that
cannot be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste in the European
Union. See the product documentation for specific battery information.
The battery is marked with this symbol, which may include lettering to
indicate cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), or mercury (Hg). For proper recycling,
return the battery to your supplier or to a designated collection point.
For more information see: www.recyclethis.info
Industry Canada ICES-003 Compliance
This device meets the CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A) standards requirements.
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Safety Instruction
These instructions are intended to ensure that user can use the product correctly to
avoid danger or property loss.
The precaution measure is divided into Warnings and Cautions:
Warnings: Neglecting any of the warnings may cause serious injury or death.
Cautions: Neglecting any of the cautions may cause injury or equipment damage.
Warnings Follow
these safeguards to
prevent serious
injury or death.
Cautions Follow these
precautions to prevent
potential injury or
material damage.
Warnings
All the electronic operation should be strictly compliance with the electrical safety
regulations, fire prevention regulations and other related regulations in your local
region.
Please use the power adapter, which is provided by normal company. The power
consumption cannot be less than the required value.
Do not connect several devices to one power adapter as adapter overload may cause
over-heat or fire hazard.
Please make sure that the power has been disconnected before you wire, install or
dismantle the device.
When the product is installed on wall or ceiling, the device shall be firmly fixed.
If smoke, odors or noise rise from the device, turn off the power at once and unplug the
power cable, and then please contact the service center.
If the product does not work properly, please contact your dealer or the nearest service
center. Never attempt to disassemble the device yourself. (We shall not assume any
responsibility for problems caused by unauthorized repair or maintenance.)
Cautions
Do not drop the device or subject it to physical shock, and do not expose it to high
electromagnetism radiation. Avoid the equipment installation on vibrations surface or
places subject to shock (ignorance can cause equipment damage).
Do not place the device in extremely hot (refer to the specification of the device for the
detailed operating temperature), cold, dusty or damp locations, and do not expose it to
high electromagnetic radiation.
The device cover for indoor use shall be kept from rain and moisture.
Exposing the equipment to direct sun light, low ventilation or heat source such as heater
or radiator is forbidden (ignorance can cause fire danger).
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Do not aim the device at the sun or extra bright places. A blooming or smear may occur
otherwise (which is not a malfunction however), and affecting the endurance of sensor
at the same time.
Please use the provided glove when open up the device cover, avoid direct contact with
the device cover, because the acidic sweat of the fingers may erode the surface coating
of the device cover.
Please use a soft and dry cloth when clean inside and outside surfaces of the device
cover, do not use alkaline detergents.
Please keep all wrappers after unpack them for future use. In case of any failure
occurred, you need to return the device to the factory with the original wrapper.
Transportation without the original wrapper may result in damage on the device and
lead to additional costs.
Improper use or replacement of the battery may result in hazard of explosion. Replace
with the same or equivalent type only. Dispose of used batteries according to the
instructions provided by the battery manufacturer.
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Table of Contents
1 Overview ...................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................. 1
1.2 Main Features .......................................................................................................... 1
2 Appearance .................................................................................................. 2
2.1 Appearance of DS-KH8301-WTS/DS-KH8301-WT/ DS-KH8300-T ............................. 2
2.2 Appearance of DS-KH6310-W/DS-KH6310 .............................................................. 3
2.3 Appearance of DS-KH6310-WL/DS-KH6210-L .......................................................... 4
3 Typical Application ....................................................................................... 6
4 Terminals and Interfaces .............................................................................. 7
4.1 Terminals and Interfaces of DS-KH8301-WTS/ DS-KH8301-WT/DS-KH8300-T ......... 7
4.2 Terminals and Interfaces of DS-KH6310-W/ DS-KH6310.......................................... 8
4.3 Terminals and Interfaces of DS-KH6310-WL/ DS-KH6210-L ..................................... 9
5 Installation and Wiring ............................................................................... 10
5.1 Indoor Station Installation ..................................................................................... 10
5.1.1 Wall Mounting Plate........................................................................................ 10
5.1.2 Wall Mounting with Junction Box ................................................................... 10
5.2 Indoor Station Wiring ............................................................................................ 12
5.2.1 Wiring of DS-KH8301-WTS/ DS-KH8301-WT/DS-KH8300-T............................. 12
5.2.2 Wiring of DS-KH6310-W/DS-KH6310 .............................................................. 13
5.2.3 Wiring of DS-KH6310-WL/DS-KH6210-L .......................................................... 14
6 Before You Start ......................................................................................... 16
7 Local Operation .......................................................................................... 17
7.1 Activating Device Locally ........................................................................................17
7.2 User Interface Description ..................................................................................... 18
7.2.1 User Interface of Indoor Station ...................................................................... 18
7.2.2 User Interface of Indoor Extension.................................................................. 19
7.2.3 Status of Indoor Station .................................................................................. 20
7.2.4 Status of Indoor Extension .............................................................................. 21
7.2.5 Arming Status .................................................................................................. 22
7.3 Indoor Station Settings .......................................................................................... 23
7.3.1 Password Settings ........................................................................................... 23
7.3.2 Sound Settings ................................................................................................ 25
7.3.3 No Disturbing Settings ......................................................................................27
7.3.4 Zone Settings ................................................................................................... 28
7.3.5 Arming Mode Settings..................................................................................... 29
7.3.6 System Maintenance ....................................................................................... 30
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7.3.7 Configuration Settings ..................................................................................... 31
7.4 Call Settings ........................................................................................................... 39
7.4.1 Adding Contact ................................................................................................ 39
7.4.2 Calling Resident ............................................................................................... 40
7.4.3 Calling Management Center ............................................................................ 41
7.4.4 Receiving Call .................................................................................................. 42
7.4.5 Viewing Call Logs ............................................................................................ 43
7.5 Live View ............................................................................................................... 44
7.6 Information Management ..................................................................................... 46
8 Remote Operation via Batch Configuration Tool ......................................... 49
8.1 Activating Device Remotely ................................................................................... 49
8.2 Editing Network Parameters .................................................................................. 50
8.3 Adding Device ........................................................................................................ 51
8.3.1 Adding Online Device ...................................................................................... 51
8.3.2 Adding by IP Address ........................................................................................52
8.3.3 Adding by IP Segment ..................................................................................... 53
8.4 Configuring Devices Remotely ............................................................................... 54
8.4.1 System ............................................................................................................. 54
8.4.2 Video Intercom ............................................................................................... 60
8.4.3 Network .......................................................................................................... 65
8.5 Video Intercom Device Set-up Tool ........................................................................67
8.5.1 Setting a Community Structure ........................................................................67
8.5.2 Setting Indoor Station ..................................................................................... 68
8.6 Batch Upgrading .................................................................................................... 69
8.6.1 Adding Devices for Upgrading ......................................................................... 69
8.6.2 Upgrading Devices ........................................................................................... 71
9 Remote Operation via iVMS-4200 .............................................................. 73
9.1 System Configuration............................................................................................. 73
9.2 Device Management...............................................................................................74
9.2.1 Adding Video Intercom Devices .......................................................................74
9.2.2 Modifying Network Information ..................................................................... 77
9.2.3 Resetting Password ......................................................................................... 77
9.3 Configuring Devices Remotely via iVMS-4200 ....................................................... 79
9.4 Picture Storage ...................................................................................................... 80
9.4.1 Adding Storage Server ..................................................................................... 80
9.4.2 Formatting the HDDs....................................................................................... 81
9.4.3 Configuring Storage Server Picture Storage .................................................... 82
9.5 Video Intercom Configuration ............................................................................... 83
9.5.1 Group Management ........................................................................................ 84
9.5.2 Video Intercom ............................................................................................... 89
9.5.3 Card Management .......................................................................................... 93
9.5.4 Notice Management ..................................................................................... 103
9.6 Device Arming Control ..........................................................................................107
10 Accessing via Hik-Connect Mobile Client Software ................................. 109
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10.1 Installing Software ............................................................................................. 109
10.1.1 Installing Software (iOS) .............................................................................. 109
10.1.2 Installing Software (Android)....................................................................... 109
10.2 Registering Software .......................................................................................... 109
10.3 Logging in Software ........................................................................................... 112
10.4 Adding Device .................................................................................................... 112
10.4.1 Adding Device via QR Code ......................................................................... 112
10.4.2 Adding Device via Serial No. ........................................................................ 113
10.5 Live View and Remote Unlocking ...................................................................... 114
Appendix .................................................................................................... 116
Installation Notice ..................................................................................................... 116
Wiring Cables ............................................................................................................ 116
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1 Overview
1.1 Introduction
The video intercom system can realize functions such as video intercom,
resident-to-resident video call, live view of HD video, access control, one-card system,
elevator linkage, 8-ch zone alarm, notice information and visitor messages to provide a
complete smart community video intercom system.
The video intercom indoor station is mainly applied to situations such as community,
villa, and official buildings.
1.2 Main Features
 Video intercom function
 Remote unlocking function
 Resident-to-resident audio call
 Live view of HD video
 Voice message function
 Auto-respond and no disturbing mode
 Noise suppression and echo cancellation
 8-ch zone alarm and SOS calling function
 Community notice
 Convenient installation with the bracket, batch settings, and power over video/audio
distributor (DS-KAD606, DS-KAD612)
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2 Appearance
2.1 Appearance of DS-KH8301-WTS/DS-KH8301-WT/
DS-KH8300-T
Table 2-1 Components Description
Figure 2-1 Front Panel
No.
Description
1
Built-in Camera (Only
DS-KH8301-WT supports)
2
Power Supply Indicator
3
Information Indicator
4
Alarm Indicator
5
SOS Touch Key
6
Unlock Touch Key
7
Live View Touch Key
8
Management Center Touch Key
9
LCD Display Screen
10
Microphone
Table 2-2 Components Description
Figure 2-2 Rear Panel
No.
Description
11
TF Card Slot
12
Serial Port
13
Mechanical Switch
14
Power Supply Indicator
15
Network Interface
16
Loudspeaker
 Hold down the SOS touch key to trigger a SOS alarm and upload the alarm message to
the management center (iVMS-4200 client software or the master station).
 The Unlock key (
) is valid only when does the indoor station speak with the door
station or open the live view of the door station.
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2.2 Appearance of DS-KH6310-W/DS-KH6310
Table 2-3 Components Description
Figure 2-3 Front Panel
No.
Description
1
Power Supply Indicator
2
Information Indicator
3
Alarm Indicator
4
SOS Key
5
Unlock Key
6
Live View Key
7
Management Center Key
8
LCD Display Screen
9
Microphone
Table 2-4 Components Description
No.
Description
10
Power Supply Interface
11
Network Interface
12
Terminals
13
Loudspeaker
Figure 2-4 Rear Panel
 Hold down the SOS key to trigger a SOS alarm and upload the alarm message to the
management center (iVMS-4200 client software or the master station).
 The Unlock key (
) is valid only when does the indoor station speak with the door
station or open the live view of the door station.
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2.3 Appearance of DS-KH6310-WL/DS-KH6210-L
Table 2-5 Components Description
Figure 2-5 Front Panel
No.
Description
1
Power Supply Indicator
2
Information Indicator
3
Alarm Indicator
4
SOS Key
5
Unlock Key
6
Live View Key
7
Management Center Key
8
LCD Display Screen
9
Microphone
Table 2-6 Components Description
No.
Description
10
Power Supply
11
Network Interface
12
Terminals
13
Loudspeaker
Figure 2-6 Rear Panel
 Hold down the SOS key to trigger a SOS alarm and upload the alarm message to the
management center (iVMS-4200 client software or the master station).
 The Unlock key (
) is valid only when does the indoor station speak with the door
station or open the live view of the door station.
 For DS-KH6210-L indoor station, there are different meanings when you press or hold
down the four mechanical keys.
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Keys
Hold Down
Press
SOS Key
Return Key
Direction Keys▲and◄/Unlock Key
Live View Key Alarm
Direction Keys▼and►
Management Center Key
Confirm Key
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3 Typical Application
Building
PC Client
Indoor
Extension 2
App
Indoor
Extension 2
4F
Resident 2
Resident 1
3F
Video/Audio
Distributor
Resident 2
Center Master Station
Resident 1
2F
LAN
Resident 2
Resident 1
1F
Video/Audio
Distributor
Resident 2
Master Station
In Guard's Room
Resident 1
Network Cable
Optical Fiber
RS-485
Wi-Fi
One Resident
Card
Reader
Card
Reader
Door Station
IPC
Outer Door Station
Figure 3-1 Typical Application of Indoor Station
Indoor extensions in a resident are in the same LAN with other devices in a video
intercom system.
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4 Terminals and Interfaces
4.1 Terminals and Interfaces of DS-KH8301-WTS/
DS-KH8301-WT/DS-KH8300-T
Figure 4-1 Terminals of DS-KH8301-WTS/DS-KH8301-WT/DS-KH8300-T
Table 4-1 Descriptions of Terminals and Interfaces
Name
485
Communication
Port
Grounding
ALARM OUT
(Alarm Output)
ALARM IN
(Zone Input)
No.
Interface
Description
A1
RS485B+
A2
RS485B-
A3
RS485A+
A4
RS485A-
A5
GND
Grounding
A6
GND
Grounding
A7
COM1
A8
NO1
Reserved
Alarm Relay Output Terminal 1 (Dry Contact)
A9
COM2
A10
NO2
B1
JIN8
Zone Detector Input Terminal 8
B2
JIN7
Zone Detector Input Terminal 7
B3
JIN6
Zone Detector Input Terminal 6
B4
JIN5
Zone Detector Input Terminal 5
B5
GND
Grounding
B6
GND
Grounding
Alarm Relay Output Terminal 2 (Dry Contact)
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Name
No.
Interface
Description
B7
JIN4
Zone Detector Input Terminal 4
B8
JIN3
Zone Detector Input Terminal 3
B9
JIN2
Zone Detector Input Terminal 2
B10
JIN1
Zone Detector Input Terminal 1
4.2 Terminals and Interfaces of DS-KH6310-W/
DS-KH6310
Figure 4-2 terminals of DS-KH6310-W/DS-KH6310
Table 4-2 Descriptions of Terminals and Interfaces
Name
Terminals
No.
Interface
Description
A1
RS485-
A2
RS485+
A3
AIN1
Zone Detector Input Terminal 1
A4
AIN2
Zone Detector Input Terminal 2
A5
AIN3
Zone Detector Input Terminal 3
A6
AIN4
Zone Detector Input Terminal 4
B1
AIN5
Zone Detector Input Terminal 5
B2
AIN6
Zone Detector Input Terminal 6
B3
AIN7
Zone Detector Input Terminal 7
B4
AIN8
Zone Detector Input Terminal 8
B5
AOUT
Alarm Relay Output
B6
GND
Grounding
Reserved
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4.3 Terminals and Interfaces of DS-KH6310-WL/
DS-KH6210-L
Figure 4-3 Terminals of DS-KH6310-WL/DS-KH6210-L
Table 4-3 Terminals Description
Name
Terminals
No.
Interface
Description
A1
AIN1
Zone Detector Input Terminal 1
A2
AIN2
Zone Detector Input Terminal 2
A3
GND
Grounding
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5 Installation and Wiring
Before you start:
 Make sure the device in the package is in good condition and all the assembly parts
are included.
 The power supply the indoor station supports is 12 VDC. Please make sure your
power supply matches your indoor station.
 Make sure all the related equipment is power-off during the installation.
 Check the product specification for the installation environment.
5.1 Indoor Station Installation
The wall mounting plate and the junction box are required to install the indoor station
onto the wall. Junction boxes for 8-series and 6-series indoor stations are the same.
5.1.1 Wall Mounting Plate
100 mm
27 mm
44.5 mm
70 mm
127 mm
102 mm
60 mm
Figure 5-1 Wall Mounting Plate
The dimension of junction box should be 75 mm (width) × 75 mm (length) × 50 mm
(depth).
5.1.2 Wall Mounting with Junction Box
Wall mounting installations are the same for the 6-series indoor stations and the
8-series indoor stations. Here we take the wall mounting of DS-KH6310 model as an
example.
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Steps:
1. Chisel a hole in the wall. The size of the hole should be 76 mm (width) × 76 mm
(length) × 50 mm (depth).
2. Insert the junction box to the hole chiseled on the wall.
3. Fix the wall mounting plate to the junction box with 2 screws.
Wall Mounting
Plate
Screws
Junction Box
Figure 5-2 Install the Plate
4. Hook the indoor station to the wall mounting plate tightly by inserting the plate hooks
into the slots on the rear panel of the indoor station, during which the lock catch will
be locked automatically.
Lock Catch
Hooks
Slot
Figure 5-3 Hook the Indoor Station to the Plate
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5.2 Indoor Station Wiring
5.2.1 Wiring of DS-KH8301-WTS/ DS-KH8301-WT/DS-KH8300-T
Figure 5-4 Wiring of DS-KH8301-WTS/DS-KH8301-WT/DS-KH8300-T Indoor Station
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5.2.2 Wiring of DS-KH6310-W/DS-KH6310
Figure 5-5 Wiring of DS-KH6310-W/DS-KH6310 Indoor Station
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5.2.3 Wiring of DS-KH6310-WL/DS-KH6210-L
Figure 5-6 Wiring of DS-KH6310-WL/DS-KH6210-L Indoor Station
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Descriptions of Indoor Station interfaces are shown in the following table.
Interface
Description
ALARM IN
Connect alarm device, with one end of the device connecting
to JINx and the other end connecting to GND (x indicates
number between 1~8).
ALARM OUT
Connect alarm output devices.
GND 12V
Connect to DC power supply 12V.
LAN
Network port of indoor station. Connect the indoor station to
the same LAN with the door station. (Support POE)
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6 Before You Start
For the first time use of the device, you are required to activate the device and set the
device password. You can activate the device on the UI, via internet with Batch
Configuration Tool, or with iVMS-4200 client software.
To activate the device on the UI, refer to 7 Local Operation.
To activate the device with Batch Configuration Tool or iVMS-4200, refer
to 8 Remote Operation via Batch Configuration Tool and 9 Remote
Operation via iVMS-4200.
To configure the key parameters of device on the user interface of indoor station, you
are required to input the admin password.
 The default admin configuration password is 888999.
 The default unlocking password and arming/disarming password are 123456;
 The default duress code is 654321.
You must change these default credentials to protect against unauthorized access to the
product.
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7 Local Operation
 Here the local operation of indoor stations with touch screen is taken as example.
 The DS-KH6210-L should be operated with physical keys. The SOS key works as a
return key; the Unlock key works as direction keys ▲and◄ to turn up and left; the
Live View key works as direction keys ▼and► to turn down and right; and the
Management Center key works as a confirm key.
7.1 Activating Device Locally
Steps:
1. Power on the device to enter the activation interface automatically.
Figure 7-1 Activation Interface (DS-KH8301-WT)
2. Create a password and confirm it.
3. Press the OK button to activate the device.
STRONG PASSWORD RECOMMENDED– We highly recommend you to create a strong
password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including
at least three kinds of following categories: upper case letters, lower case
letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of
your product. And we recommend you reset your password regularly, especially in the
high security system, resetting the password monthly or weekly can better protect your
product.
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 You must create a password to activate the device for your first time usage and when
it is not activated.
 Only when the device is activated, can you operate it locally and remotely.
 Here the activation interface of DS-KH8301-WT indoor station is taken as example.
7.2 User Interface Description
7.2.1 User Interface of Indoor Station
Figure 7-2 User Interface of Indoor Station (Page 1)
Figure 7-3 User Interface of Indoor Station (Page 2)
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 Slide left and right to realize the switch between two interface pages (except for
DS-KH6210-L.
 Here the user interface of DS-KH8301-WT is taken as as example.
 Only DS-KH8301-WTS/DS-KH8301-WT/DS-KH8300-T indoor stations support TF card.
 DS-KH6210-L only has one interface page.
Figure 7-4 User Interface of DS-KH6210-L
7.2.2 User Interface of Indoor Extension
Figure 7-5 User Interface of Indoor Extension
 Only DS-KH8301-WTS/DS-KH8301-WT/DS-KH8300-T indoor extensions support TF
card.
 Here the user interface of DS-KH8301-WT indoor extension is taken as example.
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7.2.3 Status of Indoor Station
Table 7-1 Description of Status Icons
Icon
Definition
Description
Normal Status.
The communication between indoor station,
door station and master station is normal.
And the communication between indoor
station and indoor extension is normal.
The indoor
station is offline.
Please check the network cable or Wi-Fi
connection.
Room No. conflict. Configure the Room No.
again.
Exception occurs
in the
communication
with door
station.
Invalid Room No.. Configure the Room No..
Invalid main door station IP address. Configure
the main door station IP address.
Network of door station is abnormal. Check the
network connection of main door station.
Communication of door station is abnormal.
Check if the door station IP address is correct.
Invalid SIP server IP address. Set the SIP server
IP address.
The indoor
station has not
registered in the
SIP server.
Network of SIP server is not available. Check
the SIP server network connection.
SIP server communication is not available.
Check if the SIP server IP address is correct.
SIP server rejected to login the device. Check if
the device No. has been registered.
The indoor
station IP
address conflicts
with that of
other device.
Please check the IP address.
TF card is
inserted in the
indoor station.
Only DS-KH8301-WTS/DS-KH8301-WT/
DS-KH8300-T Models support the TF card
function.
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Icon
Definition
Description
Exception occurs
with the TF card.
No TF card is
inserted in the
indoor station.
7.2.4 Status of Indoor Extension
Table 7-2 Description of Status Icons
Icon
Definition
Description
Normal Status.
The communication between indoor station
and indoor extension is normal.
The indoor
extension is
offline.
Please check the network cable or Wi-Fi
connection.
The indoor
extension IP
address conflicts
with that of
other device.
Please check the IP address.
The indoor
extension has
not connected
to the indoor
station.
Invalid indoor station IP address. Set the indoor
station IP address.
Network of indoor station is not available.
Check the indoor station network connection.
The indoor extension number conflicts with
number of another indoor extension.
TF card is
inserted in the
indoor station.
Exception occurs
with the TF card.
Only DS-KH8301-WTS/DS-KH8301-WT/
DS-KH8300-T Models support the TF card
function.
No TF card is
inserted in the
indoor station.
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7.2.5 Arming Status
Purpose:
4 kinds of scene modes are supported by the indoor station: Sleeping Mode, Indoor
Mode, Outdoor Mode, and Custom Mode.
You can arm or disarm your room in each scene mode manually. When your room is in
the arming status, the arming status will display on the main interface of the indoor
station.
Arming Your Room
Steps:
1. Press the Arming Status tab to display the arming status interface.
Figure 9-1 Pressing Arm Tab
2. Press the Arm tab.
3. Enter the arm password to enable the arming status.
4. (Optional) Press a scene mode icon, and enter the arm password to change the scene
mode of the indoor station.
Example: After setting the arming status, press the Sleeping tab, and enter the arm
password. The indoor station changes to the arming status of the sleeping mode and
the interface will display as follow:
Figure 9-2 Sleeping Mode
Disarming Your Room
1. Press the Arming Status tab to display the arming status interface.
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Figure 9-3 Pressing Disarm Tab
2. Press the Disarm tab.
3. Enter the disarm password to enable the disarming status.
4. (Optional) Press a scene mode icon, and enter the disarm password to change the
scene mode of the indoor station.
 Only one mode of arming can be set at one time. When you set another mode of
arming status, the former one is disarmed automatically.
 If enabling the arming status successfully, you can hear a voice prompt “armed”, and
the corresponding arming status will display on the main interface.
 If enabling the disarming status successfully, you can hear a voice prompt “disarmed”,
and the corresponding disarming status will display on the main interface.
 The DS-KH6210-L indoor station does not support this function.
7.3 Indoor Station Settings
Purpose:
On the settings interface, you can set passwords (admin password, duress code, unlock
password, and arm/disarm password), set the device sound, set no disturbing schedule,
set the arming mode and zone, perform the system maintenance, set the configuration
settings, and view the device information.
7.3.1 Password Settings
Purpose:
 You can edit the admin password (configuration password), duress code, unlock
password and arm/disarm password of the indoor station.
 You can edit the admin password (configuration password) and arm/disarm password
of the indoor extension.
 Enter admin password when configuring key parameters.
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 Enter duress code in the door station when the user is hijacked.
 Enter unlock password in the door station when opening door of the building.
 Enter arm/disarm password when arming/disarming the zone.
Steps:
1. Press the Settings tab on the touch screen to enter the password settings interface.
Figure 9-4 Password Settings Interface (Indoor Station)
Figure 9-5 Password Settings Interface (Indoor Extension)
2. Press the Admin Password tab, Duress Code tab, Unlock Password tab, or
Arm/Disarm Password tab to enter corresponding interfaces.
3. Press the Edit tab to pop up the password changing dialogue box.
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Figure 9-6 Password Changing Interface
4. Enter the old password to change it
5. Enter the new password and confirm it.
6. Press the
tab to save the settings.
STRONG PASSWORD RECOMMENDED– We highly recommend you to create a
strong password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8
characters, including at least three kinds of following categories:
upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters)
in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend
you reset your password regularly, especially in the high security system, resetting
the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.
 The default admin password (configuration password) is 888999.
 The default unlock password, arm/disarm password, and scene password are 123456.
 The default duress code is 654321.
 For Indoor Extension, only admin password and arm/disarm password are supported.
7.3.2 Sound Settings
Purpose:
You can set the ringtone, ring duration, call forwarding time, volume of microphone and
loudspeaker, enable/disable touch sound and auto-answer function on sound settings
interface.
Steps:
1. Get to the sound settings interface: Settings -> Sound Settings.
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Figure 9-7 Sound Settings Interface (Indoor Station)
2. Set corresponding parameters.
Ringtone: There are 3 ringtones by default, and you can custom and import at most 4
ringtones via Batch Configuration Tool or iVMS-4200 Client Software.
Ring Duration: The maximum duration of indoor station when it is called without being
accepted. Ring duration ranges from 30s to 60s.
Call Forwarding (Time): The ring duration limit beyond which the call is automatically
forwarded to eh mobile phone designated by the resident. Call forwarding (time)
ranges from 0s to 20s.
Enable Auto-Answer: After enabling the auto-answer function, the visitor can leave
the voice message to the indoor station from the door station, the master station, or
the client software.
 Auto-answer function is only available to 8-series indoor stations with TF card
function and 6-series indoor stations.
 For indoor extension, it does not support the ring duration settings, call forwarding
settings, or auto-answer function.
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Figure 9-8 Sound Settings Interface (Indoor Extension)
7.3.3 No Disturbing Settings
Purpose:
Two types of no disturbing mode can be configured: All day and Scheduled.
Steps:
1. Get to the no disturbing settings interface: Settings -> No Disturbing.
Figure 9-9 No Disturbing Settings Interface
2. Select no disturbing mode: All Day or Scheduled.

All Day:
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1)

Switch
Scheduled:
to
to enable no disturbing mode.
1)
2)
Switch
to
to enable no disturbing mode.
Set the start time and the end time.
 Under all-day no disturbing mode, the indoor station will not ring all day when it is
called by door station or other indoor stations, but the call logs will be saved.
 Under scheduled no disturbing mode, the indoor station will not ring between the
start time and the end time when it is called by door station or other indoor stations,
but the call logs will be saved.
 Indoor extension does not support No Disturbing Settings.
7.3.4 Zone Settings
Purpose:
You can set the zone type, alarm type and delay time and other parameters of 8 zones.
Steps:
1. Get the zone settings interface: Settings -> Zone Settings.
Figure 9-10 Zone Settings Interface
2. Press a zone to pop up the zone editing dialogue box.
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Figure 9-11 Zone Editing Interface
3. Set the zone type, alarm type, status of arming status, entering delay, and exiting
delay.
4. Press the
tab to save the settings.
 6 zone types are selectable: Panic Button, Door Magnetic, Smoke Detector, Active
Infrared, Passive Infrared, and Gas Detector.
 3 alarm types are selectable: 24h Alarm, Instant Alarm, and Delay Alarm.
Set the alarm type as 24h alarm, and the zone will be armed for 24h.
Set the alarm type as instant alarm, and the zone will alarm once it’s triggered.
Set the alarm type as delay alarm, and you should set the entering delay
duration and exiting delay duration.
 Both the entering delay duration and the exiting delay duration are from 30s to 60s.
 For Gas Detector and Smoke Detector, the alarm type is set as default 24h alarm.
 The DS-KH6210-L and DS-KH6310-WL indoor stations only support 2 zones.
7.3.5 Arming Mode Settings
Purpose:
4 arming modes can be configured: outdoor mode, indoor mode, sleeping mode and
custom mode.
Steps:
1. Get to the arming mode settings interface: Settings -> Arming Mode
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Figure 9-12 Arming Mode Settings Interface
2. Press Outdoor Mode tab, Indoor Mode tab, Sleeping Mode tab, and Custom Mode
tab to enter corresponding arming mode settings interface.
3. Switch
to
to enable the arming in the selected zoon.
 Zones in each arming mode can be configured manually. See detailed information in
7.3.4 Zone Settings.
 For 24H alarm zone and smoke detector zone, even if it is disabled under current
arming mode, the indoor station will still alarm when it is triggered.
 Arming mode settings should be configured with the settings of arming status on the
the user interface of the device.
 The DS-KH6210-L and DS-KH6310-WL indoor stations only support 2 zones.
7.3.6 System Maintenance
Purpose:
You can format TF card, clear the screen, view the version information of the indoor
station and reboot the system on the system maintenance interface.
Steps:
1. Get to the system maintenance interface: Settings -> Maintenance.
2. Press the Format tab to format the TF card.
3. Switch
to
to enable the clear screen mode.
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4. Press the Reboot tab to reboot the system.
Figure 9-13 System Maintenance Interface
 Only DS-KH8301-WTS/DS-KH8300-T/DS-KH8301-WT indoor stations support TF card
function.
 After enabling Clear Screen function, press and hold the Unlock key (
clear screen mode.
) to exit the
7.3.7 Configuration Settings
Purpose:
On the configuration settings interface, you can set and view the local information,
configure the network, manage devices, synchronize the device time, and restore the
default settings.
Setting Local Information
Steps:
1. Get to the configuration interface: Settings > Configuration, and enter the admin
password (configuration password).
2. Press the Local Info tab, and select the indoor station type: Indoor Station, or Indoor
Extension.
Indoor Station: Set the Room No.
Indoor Extension: Set the Extension No., and set a room name.
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Figure 7-6 Local Information Settings (Indoor Station)
Figure 7-7 Local Information Settings (Indoor Extension)
3. Press the drop-down list to select a video standard: PAL, or NTSC.
4. Set the maximum live view duration of the device.
 The Extension No. is numeric from 1 to 5, i.e., up to 5 indoor extensions can connect
to one indoor station.
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 Only DS-KH8301-WT, and DS-KH8301-WTS require setting the video standard, and the
system will reboot after selecting video standard.
 The maximum live view duration varies from 10 seconds to 60 seconds.
Setting Network
Purpose:
Network connection is mandatory for the use of the indoor station.
Steps:
1. Get to the configuration interface: Settings > Configuration, and enter the admin
password (configuration password).
2. Press the Network tab to enter the network settings interface.
Figure 7-8 Network Interface
3. Press the
tab to pop up network settings dialogue box.
Figure 7-9 Setting Network
4. Enter a local IP address, subnet mask, and gateway.
5. Press the
tab to save the settings.
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 Enable DHCP function to obtain an IP address automatically.
 Enable Same LAN function if indoor stations and indoor extensions are in the same
local area network with other video intercom devices in a community, or the indoor
extensions will not work normally.
Setting the SIP Server
Purpose:
To realize the connection between the indoor station and the management center
(master station), the indoor station should connect to a SIP server in advance.
Steps:
1. Get to the device management interface: Settings -> Configuration -> Device.
2. Press the SIP Sever tab, and enter the IP address of the SIP server.
3. Press the
tab to save the SIP server added.
 The master station can work as a SIP server.
 Indoor extension cannot connect to the SIP server.
Adding Devices
Purpose:
The indoor station never works alone. You can connect the main door station, IP camera,
SIP server, management center, master station, DVR/DVS/NVR, and so on. Once
connected, those devices can work together as a whole video intercom system.
 The DS-KH6210-L indoor station does not support adding IP camera, DVR/DVS/NVR,
or doorphone.
 Indoor Extension only supports adding indoor station.

Setting Center/Master Station (Optional)
Steps:
1. Get to the device interface: Settings -> Configuration -> Device.
2. Press the Center or Master Station tab to pop up the device information dialogue
box.
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Figure 7-10 Center/Master Station Adding Interface (Indoor Station)
3. Entering the IP address of center or the master station, and press the
the settings.
tab to save
 After setting center or the master station in the indoor station, the alarm messages
will be uploaded to the center or the master station automatically.
 You can edit but not delete the center or the master station in the device
management interface.

Connecting Main Door Station
Steps:
1. Get to the device interface: Settings -> Configuration -> Device.
2. Press the Main Door Station tab to pop up the device information dialogue box.
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Figure 7-11 Main Door Station Adding Interface (Indoor Station)
3. Select the main door station type: D Series, or V Series.
4. Enter the IP address of the main door station, and press the
settings.
tab to save the
You can edit but not delete the main door station in the device management interface.

Adding IP Camera/DVR/DVS/NVR/Doorphone
Steps:
1. Get to the device management interface: Settings -> Configuration -> Device.
2. Press the Add Device tab.
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Figure 7-12 Device Selecting Interface (Indoor Station)
3. Select a kind of device type, and enter corresponding information (device name, IP
address, port No., password, etc.).
4. Press the
tab to save the settings.
 The default port No. is 554, and the default user name is admin.
 Up to 8 doorphones can be added to the indoor station.
 Up to 16 IP cameras and DVR/DVS/NVR in total can be added to the indoor station.
 When the IP camera is added successfully, you can get the live view of IP camera on
the live view interface.
 The highest resolution of the IP camera added to the indoor station is 1280 x 720 @
30 fps, and the video compression standard of the IP camera should be H.264.
Synchronizing Time
Steps:
1. Get to the time synchronizing interface: Settings -> Configuration -> Sync Time.
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Figure 9-14 Time Synchronizing Interface
2. Switch
to
to enable NTP.
3. Set the synchronizing interval, enter the IP address of NTP server and port No., and
select the time zone.
 The default unit of synchronizing interval is minute.
 The default port No. is 123.
Restoring and Upgrading Device
Steps:
1. Get to the device restoring and upgrading interface: Settings -> Configuration ->
Restore.
2. Press the RESTORE button to restore the default settings and reboot the system.
3. Press the UPGRADE button to upgrade the indoor station online.
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Figure 9-15 Device Restoring and Upgrading
Only DS-KH8301-WTS/DS-KH8301-WT/DS-KH6310-W/DS-KH6310-W(T) indoor stations
support online upgrading.
7.4 Call Settings
7.4.1 Adding Contact
Steps:
1. Press the
tab on the user interface to enter the contact list interface.
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Figure 9-16 Contact List Interface
2. Press the Add Contact tab to pop up the contact adding dialogue box.
3. Enter the name and room number of the contact.
4. Press the
tab to save the settings.
 Hold down an added contact to open the contact handling menu.
 Press the Call tab to start the video call with the contact.
 Press the Edit tab to modify the contact information.
 Press the Delete tab to delete the contact.
 Press the Clear tab to delete all contacts added in the indoor station.
 Indoor extension does not support this function.
 The DS-KH6210-L does not support this function.
7.4.2 Calling Resident
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1. Press the
tab on the touch screen to enter the residents calling
interface.
2. Enter the corresponding resident’s Room No..
3. Press the
4. Press the
tab to start an audiovisual call.
tab to stop the audiovisual call.
 Generally speaking, Room No. format should be like 1-2-3-405 as Community 1,
Building 2, Unit 3, and Room 405. The community No. can be omitted.
 Switch
to
on the upper right corner to enable the camera function.
 The Room No. can be automatically saved into the contact list.
 Indoor extension does not support this function.
 On the call resident interface of DS-KH6210-L, there is no Contact List, Call Elevator,
or Call Center tab.
Figure 7-13 Call Resident Interface
7.4.3 Calling Management Center
2 options are selectable to call management center.
Option 1:
Press the tab
on the main interface of the indoor station.
Option 2:
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Press the tab
on the speaking interface or the live veiw interface.
 Management center here refers to the master station and iVMS-4200 client software.
 For indoor extension, it only supports calling the master station.
7.4.4 Receiving Call
Purpose:
The indoor station can receive calls from the door station, the master station, or
iVMS-4200 client software.
Figure 9-17 Call from Center (Master Station or iVMS-4200)
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Figure 9-18 Call from Door Station
 On the call from door station interface, press the Unlock tab, the building door will
open.
 Press the
tab to capture the live view picture when speaking with the door
station. And prompts “Captured” will display on the screen.
 Indoor extension can receive the call from the door station and the master station
only.
7.4.5 Viewing Call Logs
Steps:
1. Press the
tab on the touch screen to enter the call log interface.
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Figure 9-19 Call Logs Interface
2. Press tab Missed Call or All Calls to view missed call logs or all call logs.
 Indoor extension does not support this function.
 The indoor station saves call logs from door station, outer door station, management
center and other indoor stations.
 Hold down a piece of call log to open the call log handling menu.
 Press the View tab to enter the live view interface.
 Press the Delete tab to delete the piece of call log.
 Press the Clear tab to delete all pieces of call logs.
 For the DS-KH6210-L, select a piece of call log and press the Confirm key to pop up
the captured picture.
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 Make sure the IP camera or door station is well-connected.
 Make sure the indoor extension and the indoor station are well-connected.
 The DS-KH6210-L indoor station does not support the live view of IP camera.
Purpose:
On the live view interface, you can monitor the live view of added door station and IP
camera.
Steps:
1. Press the Live View tab on the user interface to enter the live view interface.
Figure 9-20 Live View Interface
2. Press the Door Station tab to enter the live view interface of door station.
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Figure 9-21 Live View of Door Station
3. Press the IP Camera tab to enter the live view interface of IP cameras.
Figure 9-22 Live View of IP Camera
On the door station live view interface, press the Unlock tab to open the unit door.
7.6 Information Management
You can view public notice, visitor message, alarm log and capture log on information
management interface.
Press the
tab or the
tab to enter the information
management interface. (Here take the alarm log interface as example.)
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Figure 9-23 Alarm Logs Interface (Indoor Station)
 Indoor extension only supports alarm log and capture log.
 For DS-KH8301-WTS/DS-KH8301-WT/DS-KH8300-T models, it requires TF card for
saving the notice, visitor messages and capture logs of the indoor stations, and
requires the internal memory of the indoor station to save the alarm log.
 For DS-KH6310/DS-KH6310-W/DS-KH6310-WL/DS-KH6210-L models, it is the internal
memory of the indoor station that saves the notice, visitor messages, alarm logs, and
capture logs.
 Up to 200 pieces of notice, 200 pieces of visitor messages, 200 pieces of alarm logs,
and 200 pieces of capture logs can be saved.
 Hold down the item to delete or clear all items on each interface.
 On the alarm log interface (indoor station), hold down the piece of the alarm log to
open the alarm details interface.
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8 Remote Operation via Batch
Configuration Tool
You can configure and operate the video intercom devices via Batch Configuration Tool.
Default parameters of indoor station are as follows:
 Default IP Address: 192.0.0.64.
 Default Port No.: 8000.
 Default User Name: admin.
8.1 Activating Device Remotely
Purpose
You are required to activate the device first by setting a strong password for it before
you can use the device.
Activation via Batch Configuration Tool, and Activation via iVMS-4200 are supported.
Here take activation via Batch Configuration Tool as example to introduce the device
activation. Please refer to the user manual for the activation via iVMS-4200.
Steps:
1. Run the Batch Configuration Tool.
Figure 8-1 Selecting Inactive Device
2. Select an inactivated device and click the Activate button.
Figure 8-2 Activation
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3. Create a password, and confirm the password.
STRONG PASSWORD RECOMMENDED– We highly recommend you create a
strong password of your own choosing (Using a minimum of 8
characters, including at least three of the following categories:
upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special
characters.) in order to increase the security of your product. And
we recommend you reset your password regularly, especially in the
high security system, resetting the password monthly or weekly can better
protect your product.
4. Click the OK button to activate the device.
 When the device is not activated, the basic operation and remote operation of device
cannot be performed.
 You can hold the Ctrl or Shift key to select multiple devices in the online devices, and
click the Activate button to activate devices in batch.
8.2 Editing Network Parameters
Purpose:
To operate and configure the device via LAN (Local Area Network), you need connect the
device in the same subnet with your PC. You can edit network parameters via batch
configuration tool, and iVMS-4200 software. Here take editing network parameters via
batch configuration tool as example.
Steps:
1. Select an online activated device and click the Edit NET Parameters button.
Figure 8-3 Clicking Edit NET Parameters Button
2. Change the device IP address and gateway address to the same subnet with your
computer.
3. Enter the password and click the OK button to activate the network parameters
modification.
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Figure 8-4 Editing Network Parameters
 The default port No. is 8000.
 The default IP address of the indoor station is 192.0.0.64.
 After editing the network parameters of device, you should add the devices to the
device list again.
 Enable DHCP, and the software can obtain network parameters for the device
automatically.
8.3 Adding Device
Before you start:
Make sure the device to be added has been activated.
Purpose:
For batch configuration tool software, you should add device to the software so as to
configure the device remotely.
The software provides 3 ways for adding the devices. You can add the active online
devices within your subnet, add devices by IP address, and add devices by IP segment.
8.3.1 Adding Online Device
Before you start:
Make sure the device to be added is in the same subnet with your computer. Otherwise,
please edit network parameters first.
Steps:
1. Select an active online device or hold the Ctrl or Shift key to select multiple devices in
the online devices list.
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Figure 8-5 Online Devices Interface
2. Click the
button to pop up the login dialog box.
Figure 8-6 Login Dialog Box
3. Enter the user name and password.
4. Click the OK button to save the settings.
 Only devices successfully logged in will be added to the device list for configuration.
 If you add devices in batch, please make sure selected devices have the same user
name and password.
8.3.2 Adding by IP Address
Purpose:
You can add the device by entering IP address.
Steps:
1. Click the
button to pop up the adding devices dialog box.
Figure 8-7 Adding Button
2. Select IP Address in the adding mode drop-down list.
3. Enter the IP address, and set the port No., user name and password of the device.
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Figure 8-8 Adding by IP Address
4. Click the OK button to add the device to the device list.
 You cannot add the device(s) to the device list if the user name and password are not
identical.
 When you add devices by IP Address, IP Segment or Port No., the devices should be
online devices.
8.3.3 Adding by IP Segment
Purpose:
You can add many devices at once whose IP addresses are among the IP segment.
Steps:
1. Click the
button to pop up the adding devices dialog box.
Figure 8-9 Adding Button
2. Select IP Segment in the adding mode drop-down list.
3. Set the Start IP Address and End IP Address.
4. Enter port No., user name, and password.
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Figure 8-10 Adding by IP Segment
5. Click the OK button to search and add the devices whose IP addresses are within the
range of the defined IP segment to the device list.
8.4 Configuring Devices Remotely
In the device list area, select a device and click
the remote configuration interface.
or
to enter
Figure 8-11 Remote Configuration
Here we take the indoor station as an example, and the remote configuration of other
devices can be referred.
8.4.1 System
Click the System button on the remote configuration interface to display the device
information: Device Information, General, Time, System Maintenance, User, and RS485.
Device Information
Click the Device Information button to enter device basic information interface. You can
view basic information (the device type, and serial No.), and version information of the
device.
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Figure 8-12 Device Information
General
Click the General button to enter device general parameters settings interface. You can
view and edit the device name and device ID.
Figure 8-13 General
Time
Steps:
1. Click the Time button to enter the device time settings interface.
Figure 8-14 Time Settings
2. Select Time Zone or Enable NTP.

Time Zone
1) Select a time zone from the drop-down list menu.
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2) Click the Synchronization button.

NTP
1) Check the checkbox of Enable NTP to enable NTP.
2) Enter the server address, NTP port, and synchronization interval.

DST
1) Check the checkbox of Enable DST to enable DST.
2) Enter the start time and end time of DST, and set the DST bias.
3. Click the Save button to save and realize the time settings.
The default port No. is 123.
System Maintenance
Purpose:
You can operate the system management and remote upgrading on the system
maintenance interface.
Steps:
1. Click the System Maintenance button to enter the system maintenance interface.
Figure 8-15 System Maintenance
2. Click Reboot and the system reboot dialog box pops up. Click Yes to reboot the
system.
3. Click Restore Default Settings to restore the default parameters.
4. Click Restore All to restore all parameters of device and reset the device to inactive
status.
5. Click Import Configuration File and the import file window pops up. Select the path
of remote configuration files. Click Open to import the remote configuration file. The
configuration file is imported and the device will reboot automatically.
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Figure 8-16 Import File
6. Click Export Configuration File and the export file window pops up. Select the saving
path of remote configuration files and click Save to export the configuration file.
Figure 8-17 Export File
7. Click
to select the upgrade file and click Upgrade to remote upgrade the device.
The process of remote upgrade will be displayed in the process bar.
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Figure 8-18 Remote Upgrade
 Click Restore Default Settings button, all default settings, excluding network
parameters, will be restored.
 Click Restore All button, all default settings, including network parameters, will be
restored. The device will be reset to inactivated status.
User
Purpose:
You can edit the password for logging in the device.
Steps:
1. Click the User button to enter the user information editing interface.
Figure 8-19 Select User Name
2. Select the user to edit and click the Modify button to enter the user parameter
interface.
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Figure 8-20 Modify User Information
3. Enter the new password, and confirm it.
4. Click the Save button to realize the editing of password.
 The new password and confirm password should be identical.
 After editing the password of device, click
button from the device list, the added
device will not be there. You should add the device again with new password to
operate the remote configuration.
RS485
Click the RS485 button to enter the RS485 setting interface. You can view and edit the
RS485 parameters of the device.
Figure 8-21 RS-485
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For indoor station and master station, there are 3 choices for the working mode:
transparent channel, disable, and custom.
8.4.2 Video Intercom
Click the Video Intercom button on the remote configuration interface to enter the
video intercom parameters settings: Device Number Configuration, Time Parameters,
Password, Zone Configuration, IP Camera Information, and Volume Input and Output
Configuration, and so on.
Device ID Configuration
Steps:
1. Click the ID Configuration button to enter device ID configuration interface.
Figure 8-22 Indoor Station
Figure 8-23 Indoor Extension
2. Select the device type from the drop-down list, and set the corresponding
information.
3. Click the Save button to enable the device number configuration.
Time Parameters
1. Click the Time Parameters button to enter time parameters settings interface.
2. Configure the maximum ring duration, maximum live view time, and call forwarding
time.
3. Click the Save button.
Figure 8-24 Time Parameters
 Maximum ring duration is the maximum duration of indoor station when it is called
without being received. The range of maximum ring duration varies from 30s to 60s.
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 Maximum live view time is the maximum time of playing live view of the indoor
station. The range of maximum live view time varies from 10s to 60s.
 Call forwarding time refers to the ring duration limit beyond which the call is
automatically forwarded to the mobile phone designated by the resident. The range
of call forwarding time varies from 0s to 20s.
 For indoor extension, it only requires setting the maximum live view time.
Password
Click the Password button to enter password changing interface.
For indoor station, you can change the admin password, arm/disarm password, unlock
password and duress code.
Figure 8-25 Password Configuration
For indoor extension, only admin password and arm/disarm password need to be
configured.
Volume Input and Output
Step:
1. Click Volume Input/Output button to enter the volume input and output interface.
Figure 8-26 Volume Configuration
2. Slide the slider to adjust the volume input and volume output.
3. Click the Save button to enable the settings.
Ring Import
Click the Ring Import button to enter the ring configuration interface.
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Figure 8-27 Ringtone Configuration
Click
to add the ring, and click
to delete the imported ring.
 The ring to be imported should be in the wav format, and the size of the ring cannot
be larger than 300k.
 Up to 4 rings can be added.
Zone
1. Click the Zone Alarm button to enter zone settings interface.
Figure 8-28 Zone Alarm
2. Select a zone type from the drop-down list menu.
3. Select an alarm mode from the drop-down list menu.
4. Set the zone status: NO or NC.
5. Set the entering delay, and exiting delay.
6. Click the Save button to enable zone settings.
 Six zone types are supported: Emergency Switch, Door Magnetic Switch, Smoke
Detector, Active IR Detector, Passive IR Detector, and Combustible Gas Detector.
 Three types of alarm mode are supported: Instant Alarm, 24H Alarm, and Delay
Alarm.
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 When the zone type is set to be Instant Alarm, only under arming mode, the indoor
station will receive alarm message when the detector is triggered. Under disarming
mode, it will not receive alarm message when the detector is triggered.
 When the zone type is set to be 24H Alarm, the indoor station will receive alarm
message when the detector is triggered no matter it is under arming mode or
disarming mode.
 When the zone type is set to be Delay Alarm, only under arming mode, the indoor
station will receive alarm message when the detector is triggered. Under disarming
mode, it will not receive alarm message when the detector is triggered.
 After setting enter delay time, if the OK button is pressed within the enter delay time
after the alarm, the alarm event will not be uploaded to the management center; if
the OK button is not pressed within the enter delay time after the alarm, the alarm
event will be uploaded to the management center.
 The exit delay is the time between you enable the arming mode and the arming takes
effect.
IP Camera Information
Purpose:
You can add, delete and modify devices that can be added to the video intercom
products, such as network IP cameras, door stations, doorphones, outer door stations,
DVR/NVR/DVS, with two ways of getting stream: direct or URL. By exporting and
importing the added device information, you can edit added devices parameters in
batch.
Adding IP Camera, DVR/NVR/DVS, and Doorphone
Steps:
1. Click the IP Camera Information button to enter IP camera information interface.
Figure 8-29 IP Camera Information
2. Click the Add button to pop up the device adding dialogue box.
3. Select the device type from the drop-down list menu: IP Camera, DVR/NVR/DVS,
and doorphone.
4. Enter corresponding information (device name, IP address, port No., user name,
password, etc.), and click the OK button.
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Figure 8-30 Adding Devices
Indoor extension does not support this function.
Exporting and Importing Added Device Information
Steps:
1. Click the Export button to export the added device information file.
Figure 8-31 Export Information
2. Edit parameters of added devices in batch in the exported file.
3. Click the Import button to pop up importing box, and open the edited added device
information file.
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Figure 8-32 Import Information
8.4.3 Network
Local Network Configuration
Steps:
1. Click the Local Network Configuration button to enter local network configuration
interface.
Figure 8-33 Local Network Parameters
2. Enter the local IP address, subnet mask, gateway address, and port No..
3. Click the Save button to enable the settings.
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 The default port No. is 8000.
 After editing the local network parameters of device, you should add the devices to
the device list again.
Linked Devices Network Configuration
Purpose:
In the linked devices network configuration interface, you can configure the network
parameters of master stations, SIP servers and management centers of the same LAN.
The devices can be linked to the door station and realize the linkage between these
devices.
Steps:
1. Click the Linked Network Configuration button to enter linked network configuration
interface.
Figure 8-34 Linked Network Configuration
2. Enter the master station IP address, (main) door station IP address, SIP server IP
address, management center IP address, and doorphone IP address.
3. Select the main door station type from the drop-down list.
4. Click the Save button to enable the settings.
 After adding master station IP Address, the linkage between indoor station and
master station can be realized.
 After adding the door station IP Address, the video intercom between indoor stations
of same building can be realized.
 After adding SIP Server Address IP, the video intercom of same community: video
intercom between indoor stations of different building, calling indoor station from
outer door station and video intercom between management center and indoors.
 After adding management center IP Address, the events can be uploaded to the
management center.
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 For indoor extension, only parameter about the main indoor station should be
configured.
8.5 Video Intercom Device Set-up Tool
Purpose:
You can assign the device to the community, activate and set the device, and configure
the network parameters and linked network parameters for the device by using the
video intercom device set-up tool.
In the device list area, click
to enter the video intercom device set-up tool.
Figure 8-35 Video Device Set-up Tool
8.5.1 Setting a Community Structure
Set a community structure in the video intercom device set-up tool first, based on the
real community situation, and then assign devices to the community accordingly.
Figure 8-36 Setting a Community Structure
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8.5.2 Setting Indoor Station
Purpose:
You can activate the online indoor station, and configure the room No. for the online
indoor station.
Steps:
1. Press the Indoor Station tab to switch to the indoor station configuration interface.
Figure 8-37 Setting Indoor Station
2. Select a community, and enter the indoor station start IP address, and then click the
Calculate button to generate the indoor station end IP address and indoor station
room No. (like 1-1-1-1-2) automatically.
3. Set the main door station parameters: door station type (door station for unit, or door
station for villa), main door station IP address.
4. Set the linked network parameters for the indoor station: SIP IP address, master
station IP address, center IP address, center port No., subnet mask, and gateway
address.
5. Select an online door station, enter the login password, and click the Set button.
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 The indoor station configured successfully will be listed in the configured device area.
At the same time, the next indoor station can be easily configured by selecting
another indoor station in the online device area and clicking the Set button.
 For the login password, if the indoor station has been activated, enter the activation
password here. If the indoor station is not activated, create a login password here,
and the indoor station will be activated simultaneously.
 When the device is successfully configured, it prompts the note: Configuring main
door station parameters succeeded.
8.6 Batch Upgrading
In the device list area, click
to enter the batch upgrading interface.
Figure 8-38 Batch Upgrading
8.6.1 Adding Devices for Upgrading
You should add the device to the batch upgrading tool first before upgrading the device.
There are 2 ways to add the device: adding online device, and adding by IP address/IP
segment.
Adding Online Device
Steps:
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1. In the batch upgrading interface, click the
window.
to open the online device
Figure 8-39 Login
2. Select a device, enter the user name and password, and click the Login Device button.
3. Click the Add Device button, and the device is added to the batch upgrading tool.
Figure 8-40 Online Devices
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Adding by IP Address/IP Segment
Steps:
1. Click the Manual button to open the device adding window.
2. Enter the corresponding information (IP address, user name, password, start IP
address, end IP address).
3. Click the Add button.
Figure 8-41 Adding by IP Address/IP Segment
8.6.2 Upgrading Devices
There are 2 upgrading modes available: upgrading by file, and online upgrading.
Upgrading by File
Upgrading by File: You upgrade the device or devices via the local upgrade files.
Steps:
1. Select a device or multiple devices, and select “Upgrade by File” as the upgrading
mode.
2. Click
to pop up the window for opening the upgrading file.
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Figure 8-42 Upgrade by File
3. Open the upgrading file, and click the Upgrade button.
Online Upgrading
Online Upgrading: The batch upgrading tool will search the latest upgrading file for the
device automatically. You upgrade the device or devices via the local upgrade files.
Steps:
1. Select a device or multiple devices, and select “Online Upgrade” as the upgrading
mode.
2. Click the Download button. Click the Upgrade button after the online upgrading file
has been wholly downloaded.
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9 Remote Operation via iVMS-4200
The Video Intercom module provides remote control and configuration on video
intercom products via the iVMS-4200 client software.
Before remote configure and control the video intercom, you are required to add the
device to the software first. Refer to 9.2 Device Management.
For remote configuration of video intercom device via the iVMS-4200 client software,
refer to 9.3 Configuring Devices Remotely via iVMS-4200.
For the picture storage on storage server, refer to 9.4 Picture Storage.
For remote control of video intercom devices, please refer to 9.5 Video Intercom
Configuration.
9.1 System Configuration
Purpose:
You can configure the video intercom parameters accordingly.
Steps:
1. Open the System Configuration page.
Path: Control Panel -> Maintenance and Management -> System Configuration ->
Video Intercom.
2. Click the Video Intercom tab to enter the Video Intercom Settings interface.
3. Input the required information.
Ringtone: Click the icon
and select the audio file from the local path for the
ringtone of indoor station. Optionally, you can click the icon
for a testing of the
audio file.
Max. Ring Duration: Input the maximum duration of the ringtone, ranging from 15
seconds to 60 seconds.
Max. Speaking Duration with Indoor Station: Input the maximum duration of
speaking with the indoor station, ranging from 120 seconds to 600 seconds.
Max. Speaking Duration with Door Station: Input the maximum duration of speaking
with the door station, ranging from 90 seconds to 120 seconds.
Card Reader Type: Select the card reader to issue cards.
4. Click Save to save the settings.
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Figure 9-1 System Configuration Interface
9.2 Device Management
Purpose:
Device management includes device activation, adding device, editing device, and
deleting device, and so on.
After running the iVMS-4200, video intercom devices should be added to the client
software for remote configuration and management.
9.2.1 Adding Video Intercom Devices
 You can add at most 512 indoor stations and master stations in total to the
iVMS-4200, and add at most 16 door stations to the iVMS-4200.
 For video intercom devices, you are required to create the password to activate them
before they can be added to the software and work properly. For device activation via
creating password, please refer User Manual of iVMS-4200 (Video Intercom) V2.4.2 in
the disk for detail steps.
 You can add online video intercom devices, and add them manually. Here take adding
online video intercom devices as example. For adding video intercom devices
manually, please refer User Manual of iVMS-4200 (Video Intercom) V2.4.2 in the disk
for detail steps.
Steps:
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1. Click the
icon on the control panel, or click Tools->Device Management to
open the Device Management page.
2. Click the Server tab.
To add indoor station or master station:
1) Click Add New Device Type to enter add new device type interface.
Select Indoor Station/Master Station and click OK.
Figure 9-2 Adding New Device Type
2)
In the Server tab, Video Intercom Device will display, select Video Intercom
Device and add indoor station and master station.
To add door station:
In the Server tab, select Encoding Device/Outdoor Device and add door
station.
3. The active online devices in the same local subnet with the client software will be
displayed on the Online Device area. You can click the Refresh Every 60s button to
refresh the information of the online devices.
Figure 9-3 Online Device
To add online devices to the software, you are required to change the device IP
address to the same subnet with your computer first.
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4. Select the devices to be added from the list.
5. Click Add to Client to open the device adding dialog box.
6. Input the required information.
Nickname: Edit a name for the device as you want.
Address: Input the device’s IP address. The IP address of the device is obtained
automatically in this adding mode.
Port: Input the device port No.. The default value is 8000.
User Name: Input the device user name. By default, the user name is admin.
Password: Input the device password. By default, the password is 12345.
7. Optionally, you can check the checkbox Export to Group to create a group by the
device name. All the channels of the device will be imported to the corresponding
group by default.
iVMS-4200 also provides a method to add the offline devices. Check the checkbox
Add Offline Device, input the required information and the device channel number
and alarm input number, and then click Add. When the offline device comes online,
the software will connect it automatically.
8. Click Add to add the device.
Figure 9-4 Adding Device by IP/Domain
Add Multiple Online Devices
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If you want to add multiple online devices to the client software, click and hold Ctrl key
to select multiple devices, and click Add to Client to open the device adding dialog box.
In the pop-up message box, enter the user name and password for the devices to be
added.
Add All the Online Devices
If you want to add all the online devices to the client software, click Add All and click OK
in the pop-up message box. Then enter the user name and password for the devices to
be added.
9.2.2 Modifying Network Information
Select the device from the online list, click Modify Netinfo, and then you can modify the
network information of the selected device.
Figure 9-5 Modifying Network Parameter
You should enter the admin password of the device in the Password field of the pop-up
window to modify the parameters.
9.2.3 Resetting Password
According to the different video intercom devices, the software provides two different
methods for restoring the default password or resetting the password.
Select the device from the online device list, click Reset Password.
Option 1:
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If the window with import file button, key importing mode drop-down list, password
and confirm password field pops up, follow the steps below to reset the password:
This option is available to door stations.
Figure 9-6 Resetting Password (Option 1)
1. Click Export to save the device file on your computer.
2. Send the file to our technical engineers.
3. Our technical engineer will send you a file to you. After receiving a file from the
technical engineer, select Import File from Key Importing Mode drop-down list and
click
to import the file.
4. Input new password in text fields of Password and Confirm Password.
5. Click OK to reset the password.
STRONG PASSWORD RECOMMENDED– We highly recommend you create a strong
password of your own choosing (Using a minimum of 8 characters,
including at least three of the following categories: upper case letters,
lower case letters, numbers, and special characters.) in order to
increase the security of your product. And we recommend you reset
your password regularly, especially in the high security system,
resetting the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.
Option 2:
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If the window with import file and export file buttons, password and confirm password
field pops up, follow the steps below to reset the password:
Note: This option is available to indoor stations and master stations.
Figure 9-7 Resetting Password (Option 2)
1. Click Export to save the device file on your computer.
2. Send the file to our technical engineers.
3. Click Import and select the file received from the technical engineer.
4. Input new password in text fields of Password and Confirm Password.
5. Click OK to reset the password.
STRONG PASSWORD RECOMMENDED– We highly recommend you create a strong
password of your own choosing (Using a minimum of 8 characters,
including at least three of the following categories: upper case letters,
lower case letters, numbers, and special characters.) in order to
increase the security of your product. And we recommend you reset
your password regularly, especially in the high security system,
resetting the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.
9.3 Configuring Devices Remotely via iVMS-4200
Configuring devices remotely via iVMS-4200 is the same with that via Batch
Configuration Tool, please refer 8.4 Configuring Devices Remotely for detail steps.
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9.4 Picture Storage
When the video intercom device is under armed status, it will capture the picture
automatically after unlocking the door. The captured picture can be uploaded and stored
in the storage server.
When starting the live view of door station via iVMS-4200, you can capture the live view
picture. The captured picture can be uploaded and stored in the storage server.
 This function is only available to door stations.
 You are required to add storage server to the iVMS-4200, and format the HDDs first
before uploading and storing captured pictures.
9.4.1 Adding Storage Server
Before you start:
The storage server application software needs to be installed and it is packed in the
iVMS-4200 software package. When installing the iVMS-4200, check the checkbox of
Storage Server to enable the installation of storage server.
1. Click the icon
on the desktop to run the storage server.
2. Open the Device Management page and click the Server tab.
3. Click Add New Device Type, select Storage Server and click OK.
Figure 9-8 Adding Storage Server Type
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4. Click Storage Server on the list to enter the Storage Server Adding interface.
For adding the storage server, please refer to 9.2.1 Adding Video Intercom Devices, or
User Manual of iVMS-4200 (Video Intercom) V2.4.2 in the disk.
9.4.2 Formatting the HDDs
The HDDs of the storage server need to be formatted for the captured picture storage.
Steps:
1. Select the added storage server from the list and click Remote Config.
2. Click Storage->General to enter the HDD Formatting interface.
3. Select the HDD from the list and click Format. You can check the formatting process
from the process bar and the status of the formatted HDD changes from Unformatted
to Normal Status.
Figure 9-9 Formatting HDDs
Formatting the HDDs is to pre-allocate the disk space for storage and the original data of
the formatted HDDs will be deleted.
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9.4.3 Configuring Storage Server Picture Storage
Before you start:
The storage server needs to be added to the client software and the HDDs need to be
formatted for the captured pictures storage.
Steps:
1. Open the Record Schedule page.
2. Select the camera from the Camera Group list.
3. Select the storage server from the Storage Server drop-down list.
You can click Storage Server Management to add, edit or delete the storage server.
4. Check the checkbox of Picture Storage to store the alarm pictures of the camera
when event occurs.
Figure 9-10 Setting Storage Server
5. Click Set Quota to enter the HDD management interface of the storage server. You
can set the corresponding quota ratio for captured picture information.
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Figure 9-11 Setting Quota
Example: If you set the picture quota as 60%, then the 60% of the storage space
can be used for storing the captured pictures.
6. Click Save to save the settings.
9.5 Video Intercom Configuration
Click the icon
on the control panel of iVMS-4200 or click View -> Video
Intercom to open the Video Intercom page. On the Video Intercom page, you can
control video intercom devices remotely. There are 4 modules on the Video Intercom
page:
Video Intercom: Start visual communication with door stations, and manage
incoming calls from indoor stations and door stations and master stations. Refer
9.5.2 Video Intercom for detail steps.
Group Management: Construct virtual communities according to the real
community situations, and assign door stations and indoor stations to the
community accordingly. Refer 9.5.1 Group Management for detail steps.
You should manage groups first before starting the visual communication with
indoor stations or door stations.
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Card Management: Add unauthorized cards to the iVMS-4200, and issue card to
the door station via the iVMS-4200. Refer 9.5.3 Card Management for detail steps.
Once you issue cards via the iVMS-4200, the card issuing function of the
corresponding door station will be disabled automatically.
Notice Management: Send information to indoor stations, search information,
search call logs, and search unlocking logs. Refer 9.5.4 Notice Management for
detail steps.
Figure 9-12 Intercom Interface
9.5.1 Group Management
Purpose:
You can add groups to community, outer door station, or other, and assign devices to
each group.
Enter Control Panel -> Video Intercom -> Group Management to add, edit, and delete
groups. Three group types can be selected: community, outer door station and other.
Adding Group
1. Click the Group Management tab to enter the group management interface.
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Figure 9-13 Adding Group
2. Click
to pop up group adding window, and input the corresponding information
accordingly.

Select Community as group type, and then Input the Community No.,
building No., and Unit No. to set the community structure, as shown in the
figure below.
Figure 9-14 Adding Community

Select Outer Door Station as group type, and then input the outer door
station No. (Range: 1 to 9) to set the outer door station, as shown in the
figure below.
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Figure 9-15 Adding Outer Door Station

Select Other as group type, and then input the group name.
Figure 9-16 Adding Other
For example: You can name the group as administrator, entrance guard and cleaning
staff, etc.
When selecting Other as the group type, you can set different groups for staff other
than residents, such as administrator, security guard and cleaning staff, etc., and you
can assign cards to these staff and configure different permissions to them.
3. Click OK to complete group adding.
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Assigning IP Devices to Group
After adding groups to Community, Outer Door Station, or Other, you should assign
devices to the group.
For example: You should assign indoor stations and door stations to the group 1-1-1 in
Community.
1. Click Add to enter the Add Resident Interface and the video intercom devices added
to the client software will be listed, as shown in the figure below.
Figure 9-17 Adding Resident
2. Check the checkbox of device.
Indoor Station: set a Room No. for the indoor station.
Door Station: set a No. for the door station.
3. Click OK to save the settings.
Assigning Analog Devices to Group
When assigning analog devices to group, only analog indoor stations are supported.
1. Click Add Analog to pop up analog device adding window. You can add analog devices
singlly or in batch.
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
Adding Devices in Batch: Enter the start floor and end floor, and set the room
numbers.
Figure 9-18 Adding Devices in Batch
Room Numbers here refers to the room numbers in each floor.

Adding Devices Singlly: Enter the room No..
Figure 9-19 Adding Device Singly
The room No. format is like 101.
2. Click OK to save the settings.
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Modifying Device Information
1. Select an added device.
2. Click Modify to enter the device modifying interface.
Figure 9-20 Modifying Device Information
3. Click OK to complete the device modifying operation.
Deleting Device
1. Select an added device.
2. Click Remove to pop up a dialog box.
Figure 9-21 Information
3. Click OK to complete the group deleting operation.
9.5.2 Video Intercom
Receiving Call from Indoor Station
Purpose:
When the indoor station has been added to the client software, you can call iVMS-4200
via indoor station.
Before you start:
 Make sure the indoor station has been added to the iVMS-4200 client software.
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 Make sure the SIP server IP address of the indoor station is not configured (or
abnormal).
Steps:
Press Center on the main interface of the indoor station.
Figure 9-22 Calling from Indoor Station
 When the SIP server IP of the indoor station is configured, press Center on the main
interface of the indoor station to call the master station instead of iVMS-4200.
 Click Unlock to unlock the building or villa door via iVMS-4200, no matter whether
answering the call from indoor station or not.
 Click Answer to answer the call from indoor station.
 Click Hang Up to end the call from indoor station.
Calling Indoor Station via iVMS-4200
Enter Control Panel-> Video Intercom-> Video Intercom to enter the Video Intercom
page.
The software provides three different methods for calling indoor station.
Option 1: Calling Resident (Indoor Station) by Room No.
1. Input the room No. of the indoor station in the dial keyboard on the right.
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Figure 9-23 Calling Indoor Station (Option 1)
You should enter the Room No. in the correct format. For example, 1-2-3-101
refers to Room 101, Unit 2, Building 3, Community 1.
2. Click Call to start video call with the indoor station.
Option 2: Calling Resident (Indoor Station) from Group
1. Select the community from the groups on the left.
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Figure 9-24 Calling Indoor Station (Option 2)
2. Double click the added resident from the resident list to call the resident.
Option 3: Calling Resident (Indoor Station) from Call Log
1. Click the dial log on the below and select the log type to enter the dial log interface.
Figure 9-25 Calling Indoor Station (Option 3)
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2. Click Call from the call logs to start video call with the indoor station.
Call Log
On the Video Intercom tab page, there are four types of call logs you can search: All,
Dialed, Received, and Missed.
On the dial log area, you can view detail information of the dialog, and click Call to start
the audiovisual call with the indoor station.
Click
to clear all logs in the list (optional).
9.5.3 Card Management
Purpose:
You can add unauthorized cards to the community and then you can assign the cards to
the corresponding indoor station and door stations.
For example, if there are 3 residents living in Room 401, you can assign 3 cards to No.
401 Indoor Station.
For each indoor station, you can assign multiple cards, and you can assign these cards to
the door station in the same building.
Note: Indoor extension does not support Card Management.
Before you start:
Make sure the indoor station and door station have been added to the iVMS-4200 client
software.
Steps:
Click Video Intercom -> Card Management to enter the card management page.
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Figure 9-26 Card Management Interface
Adding Card
Steps:
1. Click Unauthorized Card -> Add Card to pop up card adding window.
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Figure 9-27 Adding Cards in Batch
2. Select card adding mode and card type.
Two types of card are available. Resident Card is used by residents living in the
community, and Other Card is used by visitors (guest, serviceman, etc.) in the
community.
 If you add card in batch, please set the start card No. and the end card No..
 If you add card singly, please enter the card No..
 If you add card via card reader, please swipe the card in the card reader, and the
corresponding card No. will be shown automatically in the Card No. textbox.
3. Click OK to accomplish carding adding operation.
 Click Delete All to delete all cards added in iVMS-4200.
 Select one or multiple cards, and click Delete Card to delete selected cards added in
iVMS-4200.
 Card Encrypt is only available to cards added via card reader. Enabling Card Encrypt
can improve the card security to prevent it from being copied. But the same time, the
default key of all the available sectors of the card is modified.
Issuing Card
Click Issue Card to pop up card issuing window.
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Figure 9-28 Issuing Card
Issuing Resident Cards
Steps:
1. Select Community from the organization list (like 1-1-1) and the indoor stations of the
community will be listed in the resident list.
Figure 9-29 Clicking Card Selection
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2. Click Card Selection to pop up card selection window where unauthorized resident
cards are listed.
Figure 9-30 Selecting Cards
3. Check the checkboxes of the cards or enter the card No. in the filter textbox you need
to assign to the indoor station, and check the checkbox of door stations, doorphones
and outer door stations.
Only resident cards can be assigned to indoor stations.
4. Click Issue Card to complete the card issuing operation.
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Figure 9-31 Displaying Card Issued
After issuing resident cards to the indoor station, the card No. will also be listed in the
resident list.
Issuing Other Cards
Steps:
1. Select Other from the group list (like Cleaning Staff).
Figure 9-32 Issuing Other Card
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2. Click Card Selection to pop up card selection window where unauthorized other cards
are listed.
Figure 9-33 Selecting Cards
3. Check the checkboxes of the cards or enter the card No. in the filter textbox you need
to assign to the person, and check the checkbox of door stations, doorphones and
outer door stations.
4. Click Issue Card to complete the card issuing operation.
Figure 9-34 Displaying Card Issued
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After issuing other cards to the person, the card No. will also be listed in the resident
list page.
Canceling Cards
When canceling cards, cards that have been issued will be reset to authorized ones. Via
iVMS-4200, there are two ways to cancel the cards which have been issued.
Option 1:
Steps:
1. Select Community from the organization list (like 1-1-1) and the indoor stations of the
community will be listed in the resident list.
Figure 9-35 Card Selection Interface
2. Click Card Selection to pop up card selection window where normal cards and
unauthorized resident cards are listed.
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Figure 9-36 Selecting Cards
3. Check the checkboxes of the cards that has been issued (normal cards).
4. Click Issue Card to complete the card canceling operation.
Option 2:
On the card issuing interface, check the checkboxes of Room No. (for resident card) or
Name (for other card), click Cancel Card to cancel all card issued to the device.
 Through Option 1, you can cancel card from single or certain door stations.
 Through Option 2, you will cancel all issued cards at a time.
Normal Card
Click Normal Card to display normal card list. After issuing cards, the issued cards will be
listed in the normal card list, as shown in the figure below.
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Figure 9-37 Normal Cards Interface
Batch Importing Unauthorized Cards
Steps:
1. Click Batch Import to enter the batch import interface, as shown in the figure below.
Figure 9-38 Importing File
2. Click Export Template to export the template of the batch import file.
3. Fill in the template of the batch import file and save it.
4. Click
to select the batch import file and click Open.
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5. Click OK to start importing the batch import file.
Batch Exporting Unauthorized Cards
Steps:
1. After adding unauthorized cards, and click Batch Export.
2. Select the saving file path and click Save.
3. After batch exporting the unauthorized cards, the excel will be generated in the saving
directory.
9.5.4 Notice Management
Creating Notice Information
Purpose:
You can create notice information and send it to residents (indoor stations).
Steps:
1. Click Notice -> Create Notice Information to enter the notice information creating
page.
Figure 9-39 Notice Creation Interface
2. Click Send To to pop up the residents (indoor stations) selection window. Check the
checkboxes of indoor stations you want to send information to, and click OK.
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Figure 9-40 Selecting Residents
3. Enter the subject, set the information type, and add the picture (optional).
4. Enter the information and click Send to send the notice.
 For IP indoor stations, no more than 63 characters (including space) can be input in
the field of subject. For analog indoor stations, no more than 20 characters (including
space) can be input in the field of subject.
 For IP indoor stations, no more than 1023 characters (including space) can be input in
the field of information. For analog indoor stations, no more than 300 characters
(including space) can be input in the field of information.
 Only picture with size smaller than 512KB and with format of jpg. can be added to the
notice, and no more than 6 pictures can be added to the same notice information.
 Analog indoor stations do not support receiving pictures.
Querying Notice Information
Purpose:
You can search the notice information send to residents.
Steps:
1. Select Query Notice Information to enter query notice information interface.
2. Select the info type, input the subject, recipient, and set the start time and end time.
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Figure 9-41 Notice Interface
3. Click Query to search the notice information.
4. Click
to view the detailed information of selected notice. You can resend the
notice information failed to be received or unread by residents.
Figure 9-42 Message Details
5. Click Export to export the notice information.
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Querying Call Logs
Steps:
1. Click Query Call Logs to enter the call log querying page.
2. Select the calling status, device type, and set the start time and end time, and click
Query to search the call log.
Figure 9-43 Call Log Interface
3. Click Export to export the call logs as an excel file.
Querying Unlocking Log
Steps:
1. Click Query Unlocking Logs to enter the unlocking log querying page.
2. Select the unlocking type, device type, and set the start time and end time, and click
Query.
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Figure 9-44 Unlocking Log Interface
3. Click Export to export the unlocking logs as an excel file.
9.6 Device Arming Control
Steps:
1. Select Tool->Device Arming Control to pop up device arming control window.
Figure 9-45 Tool Bar
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2. Set the arming status of the device as armed, and the alarm information will be auto
uploaded to the client software when alarm occurs.
Figure 9-46 Device Arming Control
Figure 9-47 Alarm Events
After adding the device to the client software, it will be armed automatically.
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10 Accessing via Hik-Connect Mobile Client
Software
 The Hik-Connect mobile client software supports the iOS system and Android system
both.
 The basic operations of the client software are similar on the iOS system and on the
Android system. Here we take operations on the iOS system as example.
10.1 Installing Software
10.1.1 Installing Software (iOS)
Steps:
1. Log in the App Store.
2. Enter the key words Hik-Connect to search the mobile client software.
3. Download and install the software to your iPhone.
4. After installing the software, tap
to run it.
10.1.2 Installing Software (Android)
Step:
1. Log onto the Google Play.
2. Enter the key words Hik-Connect to search the mobile client software.
3. Download and install the software to your phone.
4. After installing the software, tap
to run it.
To uninstall the software, tab and hold the software icon
until the icon turns to
, and tab the delete icon on the upper-left corner to delete the software.
10.2 Registering Software
Purpose:
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You should register the software first before logging in the software.
Two ways of registration are available: Registration via Telephone No., and Registration
via E-Mail Address. Here we take Registration via Telephone No. as example to introduce
registering an account in the software.
Steps:
1. Tap the icon
to run the software, and tap Register an Account to enter
registration mode selection interface.
Figure 10-1 Main Interface
Figure 10-2 Selecting Registration Mode
2. Tap Terms of Service, and check the checkbox of Read and Agree if you agree the
Agreement.
3. Tap Register by Mobile Phone Number, to enter the region selection interface.
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Figure 10-3 Selecting Region
Figure 10-4 Entering Phone No.
4. Select a target region, enter a valid mobile phone No., and tap the Get Verification
Code button. The verification code will be sent to your phone.
Figure 10-6 Setting Account
Figure 10-5 Entering Code
5. Enter the received verification code, and tap the Next button to enter the account
creating interface. On the account creating interface, enter a user name, a password,
a confirm password, and tap the Finish button to complete account registration.
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10.3 Logging in Software
Steps:
1. Tap the icon
to run the software.
2. Enter the user name/e-mail address, and enter the password.
3. Tap the Login button to log in the software.
 If you want to login via mobile phone No., please tap Login with mobile phone
number.
 If you forget the password, please tap Forgot Password to find the password.
10.4 Adding Device
Two ways of adding device are available: Adding Device by Scanning QR Code, and
Adding Device by Inputting Device Serial No..
10.4.1 Adding Device via QR Code
Steps:
1. On the Home screen, tap the icon
.
2. Scan the device QR code to pop up the device information page, and tap the Add
button.
Figure 10-8 Device Result
Figure 10-7 Scanning QR Code
3. Enter the device verification code, tap the OK button, and finish the device adding.
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Figure 10-10 Device Added
Figure 10-9 Entering Code
10.4.2 Adding Device via Serial No.
Steps:
1. On the Home screen, tap the icon
, and tap the icon
.
2. Enter the serial No. of the device to pop up the device information page, and tap the
Add button.
Figure 10-12 Device Result
Figure 10-11 Scanning QR Code
3. Enter the device verification code, tap the OK button, and finish the device adding.
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Figure 10-14 Device Added
Figure 10-13 Entering Code
 The serial No. of the device is on the label stuck on the rear panel of the device.
 The default device verification code is ABCDEF.
10.5 Live View and Remote Unlocking
After adding the device, go the Home page, and tap a camera to enter the live view
interface.
Figure 10-15 Live View Page
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On the live view page, you can control the intercom device remotely. See the following
table in detail.
Table 10-1 Icon Description
Keys
Description
Enable the live view.
Disable the live view.
Enable/disable the audio.
Switch to the full-screen mode.
Switch to the 4-screen mode.
Zoom in.
Remote unlock.
Capture the live view image.
Enable/disable recording.
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Appendix
Installation Notice
While installing the indoor station, please make sure that the distance between any two
devices is far as possible to avoid the howling and echo. The distance between two
devices is recommended to be more than 10 meters.
Here the devices refer to indoor station, outdoor station and master station.
Wiring Cables
Cable
Specification
Power Cord of Door Station
RVV 2*1.0
Network Cable of Door Station
UTP-five Categories
Door Lock Wiring (With Door Magnetic)
RVV 4*1.0
Door Lock Wiring (Without Door Magnetic)
RVV 2*1.0
Exit Button Wiring
RVV 2*0.5
External Card Reader Wiring
RVVP 4*0.75
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