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Installation and Operating Instructions
Video Intercom System — Door Station
Model No.
VL-VN1500
Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic product.
Please follow all instructions in this document and save it for future reference.
Carefully read the information found in the section titled "Important safety information" in
particular.
This system is an auxiliary system; it is not designed to provide complete protection from
property loss. Panasonic will not be held responsible in the event that property loss occurs
while this system is in operation.
Note to the installer
R This document includes instructions for both installation and operation. See the
section titled "Installation" for installation instructions.
R Please read this document carefully, and install the product safely and correctly by
following the instructions.
R Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
R The installation shall be carried out in accordance with all applicable installation rules.
Table of Contents
Introduction
System overview .................................................3
Included items .....................................................3
Optional items .....................................................3
About this document ...........................................4
Important information
Important safety information ...............................5
Important safety instructions ...............................5
Privacy and rights of portrait ...............................5
Data security .......................................................6
Disclaimer ...........................................................6
Other important information ................................6
General information ............................................7
For India only ......................................................8
For Europe ..........................................................8
Preparation
Device diagrams .................................................9
Installation
Installation cautions ..........................................10
Information about power connection .................10
Power over Ethernet (PoE) connection ............10
Installing the power supply unit (sold
separately) ........................................................10
Installing the door station ..................................12
Installing the relay box (sold separately) ..........15
Wire and cable specifications ...........................17
Other information
Specifications ....................................................18
Cleaning ............................................................19
Open source software notice ............................19
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Introduction
Item
System overview
This document explains basic information required
to install and configure a VL-VN1500 Door Station
for use with a Video Intercom System that is
comprised of the following devices.
R VL-MN1000 Room Monitor
R VL-VN1900 Lobby Station
R VL-VN1500 Door Station
R VL-VN1700 Control Box
Quantity
2-pin terminal block
Used to connect wires to the R1/R2
connection terminals.
1
DC plug
Used to connect the power supply
unit to the door station.
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Main features
Camera features
R When a visitor calls you, you can view the
image from the door station camera on your
room monitor, and confirm who the visitor is
before talking or opening the door.
Other features
R The built-in card reader can be used to open a
door connected to an electric lock (user
supplied).
Optional items
The following items are sold separately. Please
contact your nearest Panasonic dealer for sales
information.
Compatible accessories (as of March, 2017)
Item
Model no.
Power Supply
Power supply unit that can be
used to power the door station
when no PoE power supply is
available.
VL-PS240
Relay Box
Used to connect an electric lock
(user supplied) to the door
station.
VL-RLY1
Unit*1
Included items
The following items are included in addition to the
door station.
Item
Mounting base
Quantity
1
Screw (3 mm ´ 5 mm)
Used to secure the door station to
the mounting base.
1
Screw (3.8 mm ´ 20 mm)
Used to secure the mounting base
to the wall.
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*1 This product complies with the IEEE 802.3af
Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) standard. If PoE is
available on your network, this product can
receive the necessary power from the network
through the Ethernet cable and no power
supply unit is needed. If PoE is not available,
you will need to connect a power supply unit to
the product.
Compatible system devices (as of March, 2017)
Item
Model no.
VL-MN1000
Room Monitor
IP-compatible room monitor with
touch screen. Typically installed
inside a residence.
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Introduction
Item
Model no.
Lobby Station
IP-compatible lobby station with
colour screen, phonebook
features, and connection
terminals for external electric
lock, access controller, etc.
Typically installed in a lobby.
VL-VN1900
Control Box
Allows the system to
accommodate up to 2000 SIP
devices.
VL-VN1700
About this document
Terms and illustrations
R Model number suffixes (e.g., the "BX" in
"VL-VN1500") are omitted unless necessary.
R Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
R Illustrations may vary slightly from the actual
product.
Trademarks
R MIFARE is a registered trademark of NXP B.V.
and is used under license.
R All other trademarks identified herein are the
property of their respective owners.
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Important information
Important safety information
To prevent severe injury and loss of life/property,
read this section carefully before using the product
to ensure proper and safe operation of your
product.
Note:
R If you are connecting a VL-PS240 power supply
unit to the product, refer to the documentation
included with the power supply unit for
additional safety information.
WARNING
Preventing fire, electric shock and short circuits
R Leave installation work to the dealer.
Installation work requires technique and
experiences. Failure to observe this may
cause fire, electric shock, injury, or damage
to the product. Consult the dealer.
R Do not disassemble or modify the product.
Refer servicing to an authorised service centre
when service is required. Disassembling the
product or manipulating the product in a way not
described in the documentation may expose
you to dangerous voltages and other risks.
R Do not touch the product or the power supply
unit during an electrical storm. There may be a
remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
R Never install wiring during a lightning storm.
R Do not connect non-specified devices.
R When opening holes in walls for installation or
wiring, or when securing the power cable, make
sure you do not damage existing wiring and
ductwork.
R Do not make any wiring connections when the
power outlet is turned on.
R Do not install the product and power supply unit
in the following places:
– Places where the product and power supply
unit may be splashed with water or chemicals
– Places where there is a high concentration of
dust or high humidity
R Do not push any objects through the openings
of the product.
R If any of the following conditions occur,
disconnect the Ethernet (LAN) cable from the
product, disconnect the power supply unit from
the power outlet, and then refer servicing to an
authorised service centre.
– The product emits smoke, an abnormal smell
or makes unusual noise
– The power cables are damaged or frayed
– Metal objects have been dropped inside the
product
R When existing wires are used, it is possible that
they contain AC voltage. Contact an authorised
service centre.
CAUTION
Preventing accidents, injuries, and property
damage
R Do not use the product in unstable areas or
areas prone to strong vibrations. This may
cause the product to fall, resulting in damage to
the product or injury.
R If the wiring passes outdoors, use a conduit and
a surge protector.
R If the wiring passes underground, use a conduit,
and do not make any connections underground.
R Install the product securely adhering to the
instructions in this document to prevent it from
falling off the wall. Avoid installing onto
low-strength walls, such as gypsum board, ALC
(autoclaved lightweight concrete), concrete
block, or veneer (less than 18 mm thick) walls.
R Do not put your ear(s) near the speaker, as loud
sounds emitted from the speaker may cause
hearing impairment.
Important safety instructions
When using this product, basic safety precautions
should always be followed to reduce the risk of
fire, electric shock, or personal injury.
Use only the power supply unit indicated in this
document.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Privacy and rights of portrait
When installing or using the product, please take
into consideration the rights of others with regard
to privacy.
R It is generally said that "privacy" means the
ability of an individual or group to stop
information about themselves from becoming
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Important information
known to people other than those whom they
choose to give the information. "Rights of
portrait" means the right to be safe from having
your own image taken and used indiscriminately
without consent.
Data security
In order to use the system safely and correctly, the
data security guidelines (listed below) must be
observed. Failure to do so may result in the
following.
R Loss, leakage, falsification or theft of user
information.
R Unauthorised or illegal use of the system by a
third party.
R Interference or suspension of service caused by
a third party.
What is user information?
User information is defined as the following types
of information.
R Information stored in the product
– System event information
– System and device settings
R Information stored on the computer that is used
by the setup tool
– Resident names and room numbers
– System and device settings
Data security guidelines
R Observe proper management of passwords.
– Passwords can be used to program the
system, open doors, etc. Select passwords
that are difficult to guess, change them
regularly, and keep them secret. Assign a
unique password to each device.
R Protect user information when sending the
product to be repaired, or when handing it
over to a third party.
– Use the product's reset function to initialise
the product before when sending the product
to be repaired or handing it over to a third
party.
– Note that user information may be deleted or
initialized when the product is repaired.
– Refer all repairs to a trusted Panasonic
service centre.
R Protect user information stored on the
computer used to configure the system.
– When user information is stored on a
computer, the confidentiality of that
information becomes the responsibility of the
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installer. Take precautions to prevent the
unauthorised use of the computer and the
setup tool used for performing system
configuration or maintenance.
– Connect the computer to the network only
when performing system configuration or
maintenance, and disconnect the computer
from the network as soon as the work is
complete.
– Before disposing of the computer, ensure that
data cannot be retrieved from it by formatting
the hard disk and/or rendering it physically
unusable.
R Protect user information when disposing of
the product.
– Use the product's reset function to initialise
the product before disposing of the product.
Disclaimer
R Recorded data may be altered or deleted as a
result of incorrect operations, exposure to static
electricity, accidents, malfunction, repairs or
other operations.
R To the maximum extent permitted by law,
Panasonic assumes no responsibility for injuries
or property damage resulting from failures
arising out of improper installation or operation
inconsistent with this document.
Other important information
R When you leave the product unused for a long
period of time, unplug it from the power outlet.
R If you stop using this product, remove it from the
walls to prevent it from falling off.
R When power fails, this product cannot be used.
R Panasonic may not be liable for damages due to
external factors such as power failures.
Important information
General information
R In the event of problems, you should contact
your equipment supplier in the first instance.
R After removing the product and any included
items from the packaging, store, dispose, or
recycle the packaging as necessary. Note that
certain types of packaging may be a suffocation
or choking hazard.
Graphical symbols for use on equipment and
their descriptions
Symbol
Explanation
Alternating current (A.C.)
Direct current (D.C.)
Protective earth
Protective bonding earth
Functional earth
For indoor use only
Class P equipment (equipment in
which protection against electric
shock relies on Double Insulation
or Reinforced Insulation)
"ON" (power)
"OFF" (power)
Stand-by (power)
"ON"/"OFF" (power; push-push)
Disposal of Old Equipment and Batteries (Only
for European Union and countries with
recycling systems)
A
B
These symbols (A, B) on the products,
packaging, and/or accompanying documents
mean that used electrical and electronic products
and batteries must not be mixed with general
household waste. For proper treatment, recovery
and recycling of old products and batteries, please
take them to applicable collection points in
accordance with your national legislation.
By disposing of them correctly, you will help to
save valuable resources and prevent any potential
negative effects on human health and the
environment.
For more information about collection and
recycling, please contact your local municipality.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal
of this waste, in accordance with national
legislation.
For business users in the European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic
equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier
for further information.
Information on Disposal in other Countries
outside the European Union
These symbols (A, B) are only valid in the
European Union. If you wish to discard these
items, please contact your local authorities or
dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Note for the battery symbol
This symbol (B) might be used in combination
with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies
with the requirement set by the Directive for the
chemical involved.
Caution, risk of electric shock
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Important information
For India only
For Europe
Declaration of Conformity with the
requirements of the E-Waste (Management)
Rules
Declaration of Conformity
The Product is in conformity with the requirements
of the reduction of hazardous substances of the
E-Waste Rules.
The content of hazardous substance with the
exemption of the applications listed in SCHEDULE
II of the E-Waste Rules:
1. Lead (Pb) – not over 0.1% by weight;
2. Cadmium (Cd) – not over 0.01% by weight;
3. Mercury (Hg) – not over 0.1% by weight;
4. Hexavalent chromium (Cr6+) – not over 0.1%
by weight;
5. Polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) – not over
0.1% by weight;
6. Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) – not
over 0.1% by weight.
Disposal information
For the purpose of recycling to facilitate effective
utilization of resources, please return this product
to a nearby authorized collection centre, registered
dismantler or recycler, or Panasonic service centre
when disposing of this product.
Please see the Panasonic website for further
information on collection centres, etc., or call the
toll-free number below.
Website:
http://www.panasonic.com/in/corporate/
sustainability/
panasonic-india-i-recycle-program.html
Service helpline: 1800 103 1333 or 1800 108 1333
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Panasonic Corporation declares that the radio
equipment type (VL-VN1500BX/VL-VN1500EX) is
in compliance with Directive 2014/53/EU.
The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is
available at the following internet address:
http://www.ptc.panasonic.eu/doc
Contact to Authorised Representative:
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany
Ecodesign information
Ecodesign information under EU Regulation (EC)
No. 1275/2008 amended by (EU) Regulation
No. 801/2013. From 1 January 2015.
Please visit here: http://www.ptc.panasonic.eu/erp
Click [Downloads] ® [Energy related products
information (Public)]
Power consumption in networked standby and
guidance are mentioned in the web site above.
This device is classified as a HiNA device
(networked equipment with high network
availability), according to Ecodesign requirements.
Preparation
Device diagrams
Front view
E
A
B
C
DC IN connector
Used to connect the door station to a power
supply unit (sold separately) when no PoE
power supply is available.
R1/R2 connection terminals
Used to connect a relay box (sold separately)
so that signals can be sent to an electric lock.
F
D
G
Rear view
H
I
J
K
Lens cover
Camera lens
Light
Used to illuminate the visitor's face or the area
in front of the door station so that the visitor's
face can be seen in the dark.
Speaker
Microphone
Card reader
Allows the door to be unlocked by using a
card. The door station beeps if the card cannot
unlock the door.
Call button and LED (blue)
Lights when idle and flashes when the call
button is pressed or when a card is touched to
the card reader.
Vandal proof button
See “Information about the vandal proof
feature”, Page 15
LAN connector
Used to connect the door station to the
network.
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Installation
Installation cautions
Refer to the information found in “Important
information”, Page 5 before installing the product.
CAUTION
Installing the power supply
unit (sold separately)
If the door station will not be powered via PoE, you
must install a power supply unit.
Required items
R If the wiring passes outdoors, use a conduit and
a surge protector.
R If the wiring passes underground, use a conduit,
and do not make any connections underground.
R Install the product securely adhering to the
instructions in this document to prevent it from
falling off the wall. Avoid installing onto
low-strength walls, such as gypsum board, ALC
(autoclaved lightweight concrete), concrete
block, or veneer (less than 18 mm thick) walls.
Information about power
connection
There are 2 methods for powering the door station.
Choose one or the other; do not use both methods.
– Using Power over Ethernet (PoE)
In this case, the door station and a
PoE-compatible device (such as a PoE switch
or power supply) are connected by a single LAN
cable. The LAN cable carries both power and
data.
– Using the VL-PS240 power supply unit (sold
separately)
In this case, the power supply unit is hardwired
to the power source, and connects to the door
station using the included DC plug.
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
connection
To power the door station using PoE, use a LAN
cable to connect the door station and a
PoE-compatible device (such as a PoE switch or
power supply). See “Wire and cable
specifications”, Page 17 for LAN cable
specifications.
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–
–
–
–
–
Power supply unit (VL-PS240; sold separately)
DC plug (included)
Cable binders (included with power supply unit)
Screws (included with power supply unit)
Wires for AC and DC connection (user supplied)
See “Wire and cable specifications”, Page 17
for specifications.
– Soldering gun and solder, insulation sleeve
(user supplied)
Installation location
R The device must be installed inside an electrical
panel or cabinet.
R A readily accessible disconnect device shall be
incorporated external to the equipment.
The external disconnect device must be
certified, and have a creepage and clearance
distance of 3 mm or more.
Installation methods
The following 2 methods can be used for installing
the power supply unit.
– mounting on a DIN rail (user supplied)
– attaching directly to a wall
Connecting the AC wires, DC wires,
and DC plug
1
Strip the ends of the wires that connect to the
power supply unit as shown below.
AC wires
45 mm
7 mm
DC wires
25 mm
7 mm
Installation
2
Remove the cable cover screws and then
remove the cable covers.
the cable binder holes on the top and bottom
on the power supply unit.
B
D
B
A
A
C
B
A Screws
B Cable covers
3
Connect the AC wires to the AC IN terminals
on the top of the power supply unit, and then
connect the DC wires to the DC OUT
terminals on the bottom of the power supply
unit.
Bottom view
(DC wires)
Top view
(AC wires)
5
A
Terminal screws
B
Cable binders connected to cable
binder holes
C
To door station
D
To AC power outlet
R Recommended torque:
– AC IN terminals: 0.5 N·m {5.1 kgf·cm}
– DC IN terminals: 0.45 N·m {4.6 kgf·cm}
Strip the remaining ends of the DC wires as
shown.
25 mm
DC +
DC -
A
7 mm
A
R For DC wires, the black wire is negative (-)
and the other colour wire is positive (+).
Note the colour of each DC wire and which
terminal each wire should be connected to,
and insert the DC wires as shown.
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To DC terminals of power supply unit
Solder the ends of the DC wires to the DC
plug. Use insulation sleeves to insulate the
wires.
C
CAUTION
C
R Insert the AC and DC wires firmly all the
way into the terminals. If the wires are not
inserted all the way, heat may be generated.
4
A
Tighten the terminal screws to secure the AC
and DC wires (bare wire area) to the
terminals, and then use the cable binders to
secure the AC and DC wires (jacketed area) to
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DC+
DC+
DC-
DC-
A
DC plug
B
DC wires
C
Insulation sleeve
B
Replace the cable covers and then securely
fasten the cable cover screws.
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Installation
Mounting on a DIN rail
Attach the power supply unit to the DIN rail so that
the bottom hook is positioned at the bottom of the
power supply unit.
1
Hang the top hooks of the power supply unit
on the top of the DIN rail.
R At this point the power supply unit will be
hanging from the DIN rail but will not be
secure.
2
Pull the lever down, make sure the bottom of
the power supply unit is flat against the DIN
rail, and then release to lever.
R The bottom hook will slide up, securing the
bottom of the power supply unit to the DIN
rail.
A
Installing the door station
Required items
Mounting base (included)
Screws (included)
2-pin terminal block (included)
LAN cable (user supplied)
See “Wire and cable specifications”, Page 17
for specifications.
– Wires that connect the door station to relay box
and electric lock (user supplied)
See “Wire and cable specifications”, Page 17
for specifications.
– Water-resistant sealant (user supplied)
–
–
–
–
Optional items
– Relay box (VL-RLY1; sold separately)
Installation location
C
B
A
Top hooks
B
Lever
C
Bottom hook
Attaching directly to a wall
Attach the power supply unit to the wall securely
using the 2 mounting screws.
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R Do not install the product in the following
locations. There may be a risk of malfunction or
communication disturbances.
– Places where vibration, impact, or echoing
occurs.
– Places near a high concentration of dust,
hydrogen sulphide, ammonia, sulphur, or
noxious fumes.
– Places where there is excessive smoke, dust,
and high temperature.
– Places exposed to direct sunlight.
– Places where most of the background is the
sky.
– Places where the background is a white wall,
and direct sunlight will reflect off it.
R Install the product away from electronic
appliances such as TVs, radios, personal
computers, air conditioners, boiler control
panels with intercom, home security equipment,
wireless devices, or digital cordless phones.
R Install the door station at least 5 m away from
the room monitor.
R Dust protection/water protection is IP54. Only
when installation work specified in this
document is properly performed and appropriate
water protection treatment is performed.
R Make sure the rear of the product is not subject
to water.
R Depending on the installation location,
condensation may form on the product’s lens
cover. This may cause images to become
obscured. Condensation will dissipate as the
temperature rises.
Installation
Installation position of the door
station and camera range
Refer to the following examples and confirm the
area viewable by the camera. In each illustration,
the viewable area is indicated by "A" and the
centre of the camera lens is indicated by "B".
Installed on vertical wall, side view
Installation
Important:
R When existing wiring (such as chime wires) is
used:
– It may contain AC voltage that may cause
electric shock and/or damage the product.
– Never use the following types of wiring.
Consult a qualified technician/dealer.
Camera height: 1450 mm
A
1830 mm
B
690 mm
69°
R See “Wire and cable specifications”, Page 17
for information about wiring materials.
1
500 mm
Remove the screw, and then remove the
mounting base.
1450 mm
1140 mm
B
Top view
A
A
1510 mm
113°
A
Screw
B
Mounting base
500 mm
2
Note:
R The measurements and angles shown here are
for reference purposes and may vary depending
on the environment.
R Install the door station so that the door station is
not exposed to strong light. If strong light shines
on the door station, the visitor’s face may not be
distinguishable.
Attach the mounting base to the wall securely
using the mounting screws.
R After securing the mounting base to the
wall, caulk the top and sides of the
mounting base with water-resistant sealant.
Do not caulk the bottom side.
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Installation
B
A
56 mm
Connecting the wires and cables
71.5 mm
1
2
Connect the LAN cable to the LAN connector.
3
Optional
If you are using a relay box to connect an
electric lock to the door station, insert the
wires from the relay box into the 2-pin terminal
block, tighten the terminal block screws, and
then attach the 2-pin terminal block to
connection terminals R1 and R2.
R Make sure the wires are inserted fully into
the terminal block and that the terminal
block screws are tight enough to prevent
the wires from pulling out.
R Make sure the 2-pin terminal block snaps
into place and is securely connected to
connection terminals R1 and R2.
R See “Installing the relay box (sold
separately)”, Page 15 for information
about installing the relay box.
C
A
D
E
A Mounting base
B LAN cable
C DC cable from power supply unit
D Area caulked with water-resistant sealant
E Area not to be caulked
3
Connect the wires and cables to the door
station.
R See “Connecting the wires and cables”,
Page 14.
4
Attach the door station to the mounting base,
and then secure the door station to the
mounting base using the screw.
Optional
If you are using a power supply unit to power
the door station, connect the DC plug to the
DC IN connector.
R See “Installing the power supply unit (sold
separately)”, Page 10 for information about
installing the power supply unit.
A
B
C
D
A LAN cable
B DC plug from power supply unit
C 2-pin terminal block
D Wires from relay box
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Installation
Note:
R Refer to the documentation of the compatible
room monitor for wiring schematics.
R Refer to “Wire and cable specifications”,
Page 17 for information on the type and length
of wires that can be used.
Information about the vandal proof
feature
When the door station is installed using the
mounting base, the mounting base presses
against the vandal proof button and holds the
button down as long at the door station is attached
to the mounting base. If there is an attempt to
remove the door station from the mounting base,
the vandal proof button is released and the vandal
proof feature sounds an alert for 3 minutes.
Note:
R If this alert is triggered accidentally during
installation, or to avoid false detections when
performing maintenance, disconnect the door
station from the power supply by disconnecting
the DC plug or by cutting the power to the
power supply unit.
R To avoid false detections during installation, the
vandal proof feature cannot be triggered unless
the vandal proof button has been pressed down
continuously for 3 minutes.
Installing the relay box (sold
separately)
A relay box must be used when connecting an
electric lock to the door station.
Required items
–
–
–
–
–
Relay box (VL-RLY1; sold separately)
Cable binders (included with relay box)
Screws (included with relay box)
Electric lock (user supplied)
Wires connections (user supplied)
See “Wire and cable specifications”, Page 17
for specifications.
Connecting the wires
1
Strip the ends of the wires that connect to the
relay box as shown below.
Door station wires
Electric lock wires
25 mm
9 mm
2
7 mm
Remove the cable cover screw and then
remove the cable cover.
A
B
1 2
R1 R2 R3
A Screw
B Cable cover
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Installation
3
Connect the electric lock wires to connection
terminals S1 and S2 on the top of the relay
box.
5
A
R1 R2
A Terminals
4
S1 S2
1
Tighten the terminal screws to secure the
electric lock wires to connection terminals S1
and S2, and then use the cable binder to
secure the electric lock wires (jacketed part) to
the cable binder hole.
A
B
C
A Wire release buttons
B
S3 S4
2
S3 S4
2
1 2
R1 R2 R3
A
S1 S2
1
Connect the wires from the door station by
pressing the wire release button with a pointed
object such as a screwdriver while inserting
the wire into connection terminals R1 and R2.
(To disconnect a wire, press the button while
pulling it out.)
B Connection terminals (R1/R2)
C To door station
C
1 2
R1 R2 R3
R Note that connection terminal R3 is not
used.
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A
A Cable binder connected to cable
binder hole
7 mm
B To electric lock
A To terminals of relay box
C Terminal screws (S1/S2)
R Recommended torque for terminal screw:
0.45 N·m {4.6 kgf·cm}
Strip the remaining ends of the door station
wires as shown station.
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Replace the cable cover and then securely
fasten the cable cover screw.
Mounting on a DIN rail or wall
For information on how to mount the relay box on
DIN rail or a wall, refer to descriptions used for the
power supply unit in “Mounting on a DIN rail”,
Page 12 and “Attaching directly to a wall”,
Page 12.
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Installation
Wire and cable specifications
Wiring run
Door station
«
Switching hub
Power supply unit
«
Door station
Power supply unit
«
AC power source
Door station
«
Relay box
Relay box
«
Electric lock
Specifications
Max. length
Cat-5e or higher,
stranded, twisted pair,
straight
100 m
0.65 mm (22 AWG)
approx. 10 m
2 mm (12 AWG)
approx. 20 m
1.2 mm (17 AWG)
2 mm (12 AWG)
0.5 mm (24 AWG)
1.2 mm (17 AWG)
0.5 mm (24 AWG)
1.2 mm (17 AWG)
No requirement
According to
specification of
connected device.
According to
specification of
connected device.
Note the following when selecting wiring
R For all wiring (except network wiring), use 2-conductor (solid copper) wiring with a PE
(polyethylene)-insulated PVC jacket.
Mid-capacitance, non-shielded wiring is recommended.
R A certified power supply wiring has to be used with this equipment. The relevant national installation
and/or equipment regulations shall be considered. A certified power supply wiring not lighter than
ordinary polyvinyl chloride flexible wiring according to IEC 60227 shall be used.
R When connecting an electric lock, select a device that meets the following guidelines.
Electric lock connection terminal (Relay box: S1/S2):
– N/O dry closure contact
– 12 V AC/DC, less than 1 A
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Other information
Specifications
Communication
mode
Door station (VL-VN1500)
Power source
When using PoE: Class 2,
IEEE 802.3af
When using power supply
unit (VL-PS240): 24 V DC,
0.6 A
Power
consumption
Standby: approx. 2.5 W for
PoE, 2.6 W for VL-PS240
During operation: approx.
5.1 W for PoE, 6.3 W for
VL-PS240
Speed, Duplex AUTO
(10BASE-T/100BASE-TX,
FULL/HALF) (Auto
negotiation)
*1 Water resistance is only assured if the product
is installed correctly according to the
instructions, and appropriate water protection
measures are taken.
Power supply unit (VL-PS240, sold separately)
The power supply unit is for indoor use only.
Power source
Input: 220-240 V AC, 0.2 A,
50/60 Hz
Output: 24 V DC, 0.6 A
Dimensions
(mm) (height ´
width ´ depth)
Approx. 116´100´54
(excluding protruding sections)
Dimensions
(mm) (height ´
width ´ depth)
Approx. 141´100´28.5
(excluding protruding
sections)
Mass (weight)
Approx. 250 g
Mass (weight)
Approx. 230 g
Operating
environment
Ambient temperature:
approx. -10 °C to +55 °C
Relative humidity
(non-condensing): up to
90 %
Operating
environment
Ambient temperature: approx.
0 °C to +50 °C
Relative humidity
(non-condensing): up to 90 %
Installation
method
Wall mount (mounting base
supplied)
Installation
method
Attach to DIN rail
Wall mount (using included
screws)
Image sensor
1/3-inch CMOS sensor
(approx. 1.3M pixels)
Viewing angle
Horizontally: approx. 113°
Vertically: approx. 69°
Power source
Power supplied by the door
station
Minimum
illuminance
required
1 lx
(within approx. 50 cm from
the camera lens)
Dimensions
(mm) (height ´
width ´ depth)
Approx. 92´78´38 (excluding
protruding sections)
Lighting method
LED lights
Mass (weight)
Approx. 130 g
IP rating
IP54*1
Card reader
(RFID)
ISO/IEC 14443 Type A
(MIFARE®)
(Frequency: 13.56 MHz; RF
transmission power:
42 dBµA/m (max.) @ 10 m)
Operating
environment
Ambient temperature: approx.
0 °C to +40 °C
Relative humidity
(non-condensing): up to 90 %
Installation
method
Attach to DIN rail
Wall mount (using included
screws)
Video format
H.264 codec
Audio format
G.711 codec
Network
interface
Ethernet II (DIX)
Network protocol TCP/IP, UDP
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Relay box (VL-RLY1, sold separately)
Other information
Cleaning
Wipe the product with a soft, dry cloth.
For excessive dirt, wipe the product with a slightly
damp cloth.
Important:
R Do not use any cleaning products that
contain alcohol, polish powder, powder
soap, benzine, thinner, wax, petroleum, or
boiling water. Also do not spray the product
with insecticide, glass cleaner, or hair spray.
This may cause a change in colour or quality
of the product.
Open source software notice
Parts of this product use open source software
supplied based on the relevant conditions of the
Free Software Foundation’s GPL and/or LGPL and
other conditions. Please read all licence
information and copyright notices related to the
open source software used by this product. This
information is available at the following web page:
http://panasonic.net/pcc/support/intercom/vn1900
At least three (3) years from delivery of this
product, Panasonic Corporation will give to any
third party who contacts us at the contact
information provided below, for a charge of no
more than the cost of physically distributing source
code, a complete machine-readable copy of the
corresponding source code and the copyright
notices covered under the GPL and the LGPL.
Please note that software licensed under the GPL
and the LGPL is not under warranty.
http://panasonic.net/pcc/support/intercom/vn1900
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