Layout 2 - TLC Electrical Supplies

Layout 2 - TLC Electrical Supplies
Table of contents
Planning and installing the Enterview MX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Fitting and wiring the external call station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
External call station internal wiring connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Fitting and wiring the Handset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
System schematic wiring diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Programming the keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Optional accessories for Enterview MX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
EVMX2 or EVMX2C
2 way mono or colour video
door entry call station
Example of a 12 way video door
entry call system with keypad
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EVMX4 or EVMX4C
4 way mono or colour video
door entry call station
EVMX6 or EVMX6C
6 way mono or colour video
door entry call station
Example of a 15 way video door
entry call system
Planning and installing the Enterview MX
Planning your MX Door Entry System
 External call station
 How many Entry Doors (Front or/and Rear)
 Audio only or with Video
 Monochrome/ colour
 Integral Key pad
 Mounting Flush or surface.
 External Call buttons (one per dwelling)
 Trade entry control
 Combined timed Lock and outdoor call station power supply (EVBPS)
Note: The maximum cable distance per external call button to each handset is 70
meters
Equipment required
 External call station (one required per door)
 Maximum of 6 call buttons without an expander
 Expander (if required) maximum of 9 call button per expander
 External call station power supply DC 12 volts (EVBPS) (one required per door)
 Handset EV5H/EV5HF (minimum of one per external call button)
 Electric lock magnetic (ML250)/Yale type (enter D)
 Twisted pair cable minimum 4 cores.
 Push to exit button (one required per door if magnetic lock used)
 Emergency break glass green
 (One required per door if magnetic lock used and the door is deemed an
emergency exit)
Handsets
 Audio/video or Audio only note:- minimum of one per external call button.
 Monochrome/colour picture
 Standard or hands free unit
Door Gear
 Power supply with timed output (EVBPS)
 Magnetic lock/Yale type lock
 Push to exit button
 Emergency break glass green (only needed when magnetic lock fitted and to an
emergency exit door)
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Basic cabling
 240 AC mains feed to external door and lock control power supply (EVBPS)
 240 AC mains feed to each handset (via transformer- supplied)
 4 core from each external call station (front/rear) to its own power supply (EVBPS)
 4 core from each external call station (front/rear) to each handset
 4 core from push to exit button to EVBPS (power supply)
 4 core from lock to EVBPS (power supply)
 4 core from EVBPS (power supply) to emergency break glass (if fitted)
Fitting the external call station
Location
 Select a location close to the door to be controlled
 Recommended mounting height 1.45 meters (camera lens)
 Secure back plate to the wall paying attention to the upward facing arrow located
on the back plate (see Fig. 1 item 1 for surface and Fig. 2 for flush mounting)
 Feed cables from each apartment and the power supply tough the cable entry hole
see Fig. 1 item 2.
 Trim cable length to approx. 200mm
Item 1
Item 2
Fig. 1
4
Fig. 2
Wiring the external call station
 Each call button will have its own brown 4 core connector (supplied) consisting of
red, blue, yellow and white cores.
 The 4 colours that are connected to the brown connector are to be connected to
the corresponding 4 core cable going to each of the apartments.
 The connection can be completed by means of soldering, crimping or by use of
screw connectors.
 To power the camera, keypad and call station a 12 volt DC feed is required. To do
this a white two pin plug consisting of red and black cores supplied should be
connected to the corresponding cable going to the EVBPS power supply. Connect
to terminals 3 and 4 (DC 12V) in the EVBPS Fig. 3. Fit the white plug into the white
2 pin socket located at the lower part of the door station Fig. 4.
 The two single black
Fused Input
cables on the external call
AC 230V ~ 50Hz
station are for the lock
release. These are volt
free and are normally
open going closed. These
contacts will change state
on the lock release
command. The two black
L
N
cables from the hand sets
need to be connected to
- +
the 4 core cable going to
the EVBPS and connected
to terminals 1 and 2 (P.B)
Connect two Connect
on the EVBPS Fig. 3.
black wires
to Door
from Main Panel Lock
Fig. 3
DC 12V
5
Wiring diagram
Main panel with keypad
and 3 buttons
Extension panel
with 9 buttons
Seal
J
F
I
Note:
1. A can only connect to C
2. B can only connect to D
3. E can only connect to F
4. G can only connect to H
5. I can only connect to J
6. K can only connect to L
H
D
C
Connect to power.
Use EVBPS adaptor
L
E
A
G
K
B
Connect to
keypad module
Connect to P.B
in the EVBPS
4-core wire connect to each
apartment handset
Main panel
with 6 buttons
Extension panel
with 9 buttons
Seal
J
C
E
Black and Red wire
connect to 12 volt
DC power supply
(terminal 3 and 4
of the EVBPS)
Fig. 4
6
I
D
A
B
Connect to P.B
in the EVBPS
4-core wire connect to each
apartment handset
G
H
F
Note:
1. A can only connect to C
2. B can only connect to D
3. E can only connect to F
4. G can only connect to H
5. I can only connect to J
Assembly of the external call station
 Once all connections have been made and all
plugs inserted into the appropriate sockets.
 Fit the rubber seal to the cover of the call station
see Fig. 5 use the two supplied screws to secure
the front cover to the back plate, paying attention
to the seal so it remains seated correctly.
Screws
Fitting and wiring the handset
 Locate the metal back plate and observe the
arrow and the word up see Fig. 1 item 1.
 Fit mounting plate to the selected location,
recommended mounting height 1.45m see Fig. 6.
 Feed the cable from the local transformer and
the external call button though the center
opening see Fig. 8 item 1.
 Connect the corresponding cores from the
external call button cable to the brown plug
(supplied) consisting of red, blue, yellow and
white cores.
 Once connected, fit the brown plug into the rear
of the handset socket CN1 for call station one
and CN2 for call station two see Fig. 7.
 Connect the corresponding cores from the
transformer to the white plug (supplied)
consisting of red and black cores.
 Once connected, fit the white plug into the rear
of the handset socket marked 5 (+) and 6 (-)
see Fig. 7.
Red
Blue
Yellow
White
White Brown
Plug Plug
Red
Black
Rear of
Outdoor Panel
Seal
Fig. 5
1.45m
Fig. 6
Rear of the standard handset
POWER
CN1-2
J2
J3
J1
CN2
CN4
CN1
CN3
Rear of hands free (HF) handset
CN3
CN1
CN4
CN2
J2
J1
CN6
J3
Fig. 7
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System schematic wiring diagram
Main handset
ACDC adaptor included
Main handset
ACDC adaptor included
Main handset
Extension handset
ACDC adaptor included
ACDC adaptor included
Main handset
Extension handset
ACDC adaptor included
ACDC adaptor included
FUSED INPUT
AC 230V~50Hz
EVBPS
L
Outdoor Panel
8
N
Door release
Fitting the handset to the metal
back plate
 Locate the 4 lugs on the metal
back plate, one located on each
corner see Fig. 8, these lugs
must fit into the recesses on
the rear of the hand set.
 Place the handset over the
metal back plate keeping the
cables flat and out of the way
of the lugs.
 Slide the hand set down into
position engaging the 4 lugs on
the back plate into the recesses
of the hand set see Fig. 8.
Lugs
Item 1
Fig. 8
Programming the keypad
To enter programming mode press the star key followed be the 4 digit programing
pin number (factory default 1234) the blue indication light will now start to flash.
Adding User Codes
 Enter programming mode.
 Enter the location 01 to 41 (01 to 30 are standard code locations, 31-40 are the
latching code locations). If a series of bleeps are heard at this point this confirms
a code is stored at this location.
 Enter the desired 4 digit user code, if at this point you get a long continuos tone
then this pin number is in use on the system already and cannot be used. After
the tone has stopped you will need to enter the location again and enter a
different pin number. When the new pin number has been accepted a 2 second
confirmation tone will be heard and the code lock retunes immediately to the
programming mode base level.
 Return to the beginning to enter more user codes or press the * key to exit
programming mode.
Deleting user codes
 Enter programming mode.
 Enter the desired location (01 to 40 to be deleted) if a series of bleeps are heard
at this point then the location has a code stored, you may however proceed as
this is only a warning tone.
 Press the # key to delete the code from the location, a 2 second confirmation
tone will be heard.
 Return to the beginning to delete more codes or press the * key to exit
programming mode.
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Deleting a user codes from an unknown location
 Enter programming mode.
 Press the # key, the blue LED remains on.
 Enter the 4 digit user code to search and delete, a 2 second confirmation tone
will be heard.
 Return to the beginning to search and delete more lost codes or press the * key
to exit programming mode.
Deleting all settings
This function should only be used in extreme circumstance as all user codes will be
deleted.
 Enter programming mode.
 Press the # key once, the LED will remain flashing.
 Press the # key a further eight times to delete all information the LED will turn
off and a tone will be heard to indicate that the delete process is taking place.
You must enter all 9# ’s to complete the delete all command.
Note: this does restore factory settings of the lock release time of 5 seconds.
Setting the lock time
Factory default door open time is set at 05 seconds.
 Enter programming mode.
 Enter 00 (this selects the unlock time location).
 Enter the desired lock/relay operation time in a two digit format (01 to 99
seconds).
 The keypad will return to the programming mode base level.
 Press the * key to exit programming mode.
Changing the programming code
Factory default pin 1234.
 Power down the outdoor station.
 Press and hold the star key.
 Keep pressing the star key and power back up.
 A continuos tone will be heard for 5 seconds .
 Release the star key wait for 5 seconds .
 The blue indicator light will start to flash and you will hear a bleep.
 Enter your new 4 digit programming code you should hear the acceptance bleep
and the indication light will go out.
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Optional accessories for Enterview MX
EVH5C-HF – Hands Free Colour
Handset
■ High resolution colour 7” monitor
■ Door release button
■ Up to 3 additional handsets
per system
EVH5AO – Audio only handset
■ Clear high quality audio
■ Door release button
■ Up to two per system
EV-EXIT – Push to Exit Lock
release button
EVH5C – Colour Handset
EVH5 – Mono Handset
■ High resolution colour 4” monitor
■ Door release button
■ Up to 3 additional handsets
per system
■ High resolution mono 4” monitor
■ Door release button
■ Up to 3 additional handsets
per system
EV-BPS – Boxed power supply
for use with lock release
EV-ML-250 –
Electromagnetic Lock
■ 240vAC input
■ 2A 12vDC fail safe output
■ 1A 12vDC fail secure output
■ 500ma 12vDC auxiliary output
■ Holding force 250kg/550lbs max
■ 420ma 12vdc input
■ Z & L mounting bracket included
NB. Requires EV-BPS power supply
EV-EBG – Emergency Break
Glass
ENTERD – Electromagnetic Lock
■ Stainless steel fascia
■ Surface mounted
■ Flush mounting (back box included) ■ Emergency break glass to
release door
■ Push to make contacts
■ Holding force 295kg/650lbs
■ 160ma 12vdc input
■ For use with Yale type rim locks
■ Surface mounting version available
NB. Requires EV-BPS power supply
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Technical Support 01527 515145
Elite Security Products
Unit 7, Target Park, Shawbank Rd
Lakeside, Redditch B98 8YN
Telephone: 01527 515150
Technical Support: 01527 515145
email: [email protected]
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