Commax CIOT-L2TM MULTI PANEL Owner Manual

Commax CIOT-L2TM MULTI PANEL Owner Manual
User Manual
CIOT-L2TM
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Table of Contents
Safety Warning & Caution ················································································2
1. CONFIGURATION ·························································································4
2. Screen Setting ·····························································································5
1.1. Initial Screen ························································································5
2.1. Status Icon ··························································································5
3. Guard Call ··································································································6
4. Household Call ····························································································7
4.1. Call Among Household ············································································7
5. Entry Authorization ························································································9
5.1. Entry with RF-Card ················································································9
5.2. Entry with Password ···············································································9
5.3. Entry with Password In Case of off-Line ···················································· 11
6. Registration of Smart E-Key & Door Open ························································· 12
6.1. Registration of Smart E-Key ··································································· 12
6.2. Open the Door at the Lobby.··································································· 13
7. Name Search····························································································· 14
8. General Setting ·························································································· 14
Settings ································································································ 14
How to use the Buttons ············································································· 14
Menu of the Settings ················································································ 15
9. Web settings ····························································································· 20
9.1. System Info ························································································ 21
9.2. Network Info ······················································································· 22
9.3. System Setting ···················································································· 23
9.4. Initialize the Password··········································································· 28
10. Wiring Diagram ························································································· 29
11. Specifications ·························································································· 29
1
Safety Warning & Caution
Please follow the things described below in order to prevent any
danger or property damage.
Warning
Caution
Prohibition.
It may cause a serious damage or
injury if violated.
No disassembly
No touch
Must follow strictly.
Shows plugging out the power cord
without an exception
It may cause a minor damage or
injury if violated.
Shows the warning and caution for an electric shock.
Shows the warning and caution for a fire.
Power & Installation
Warning
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Please don’t use several
products at the same time on
one power socket.
·It may cause a fire due to an
abnormal overheating.
Please don’t bend the power
cable excessively or it may
cause an electric shock.
·fire when using a damaged
power cable.
Please don’t handle the
power cable with a wet hand.
·It may cause an electric
shock.
Please plug out the power
cable from the socket when
not using it for a long period
of time.
·It may shorten the product
lifespan or cause a fire.
Please don’t install the
product in the place where
there is much oil, smoke or
humidity.
·It may cause an electric
shock or fire.
Please don’t install the
product with the lightening
and thunder.
·It may cause an electric
shock or fire.
Please don’t use and connect
this product with other
products with different rated
voltage
·It may cause a disorder or
fire.
When installing the product
that generates heat, please
install the product away from
the wall (10cm) for the
ventilation.
·It may cause a fire due to
the increased internal
temperature.
Cleaning & Use
Power & Installation
Cleaning & Use
Please don’t disassemble,
repair or rebuild this product
arbitrarily (please contact the
service center if a repair is
needed.
·It may cause an electric
shock or fire.
Warning
If an abnormal sound, burning
smell or smoke is coming out
of the product, please plug out
the power cable and contact a
service center.
·It may cause an electric
shock or fire.
Please don’t insert any
metallic or burnable materials
into the ventilation hole.
·It may cause an electric
shock or fire.
Caution
Please plug the power cable
firmly into the inner end
·It may cause a fire.
Please hold the plug tightly
when unplugging the power
cable (a part of the copper
wire may be disconnected if
the grabbing is only made on
the cord when pulling out the
cable).
·It may cause an electric
shock or fire
When connecting the power
cables after cutting the cable,
please install the product with
power off
·It may cause an electric
shock or fire
Please be careful when using
an AC circuit breaker since
there is a possibility of an
electric shock.
Please check the use voltage
and current for the DC-only
products and use the
appropriate rectifier.
·It may cause a fire.
Please avoid direct rays of the
sun or heating devices at a
time of installation.
·It may cause a fire.
When cleaning the product,
please rub it with a soft and
dry cloth after plugging out
the power cable. (Please
don’t use any chemical
products such as wax,
benzene, alcohol or cleanser.)
Please don’t drop the
product on the ground and
don’t apply a shock .
·It may cause a failure.
Please use the designated
connection cable within the
maximum calling distance
designated for the product
·It may reduce the product
performance.
Please use only the designated
batteries for the products of
using DC power.
·It may cause an electric
shock or fire.
When installing the product,
please fix it firmly while using
the wall-mounting unit and
screws.
·It may cause an injury from
the falling object.
Please don’t install the
product on an unstable place
or small support board.
·It may cause an injury if it
falls down while in use.
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1. CONFIGURATION
NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
NAME
CAMERA
SPEAKER
PROXIMITY SENSOR
RF CARD READER
NUMERIC KEY BUTTON
PROGRAM BUTTON
LED
HOUSEHOLE CALL BUTTON
NAME SEARCH BUTTON
NO
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11
12
13
14
15
16
NAME
ELECTRONIC KEY BUTTON
GUARD CALL
CALL BUTTON
MIC
LAN PORT
DC 14V
DOOR OPEN
※ Proximity sensor
- OLED screen turns on automatically when a person approaches within a certain distance (1m).
※ Precautions for using proximity sensor
- If the outdoor temperature is below -20 ℃, the proximity sensor may not operate.
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2. Screen Setting
1.1. Initial Screen
2.1. Status Icon
Icon
NET
OUT
DNG
Dat
BLE
Description
LAN Connectivity
OUT-Door
Lobby Phone
Building Lobby Phone
Icon
Description
REG
Connected to Server
SIP
Unconnected to Server
LCS
Local Server
Connectivity
RF-Card
Data Storage status
BLE Connectivity
Stats
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3. Guard Call
① Press
(Guard Station) Button
② Press
(Call) Button.
③ Call Guard Station with Ring Sound.
④ When Guard Answers the Call, Talk to Guard (Talk Time: 1Minute)
⑤ Press “X” Button If you Want to Hang up.
⑥ When Guard Press “Door Open” Button, Door Open with “Door Open”
Sound
⑦ If you Listen to “beEP” Sound, It Means the Line is busy. so, Please Call
Later.
PIC.1. Guard Call
※ You can Call the Guard Which Was Registered by Operator.
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4. Household Call
4.1. Call Among Household
I. In Case Each Building No. is Registered :
Building No. Registered In Call Prefix
PIC.2. Household No. Registration Screen
① Enter Household No. In Keyboard.
Example) Household No. 101 Entry 101
② Press
(Call) Button
③ Call the Household with Ring Sound.
④ When the Household Answers the Call, Talk to the Household (Talk Time:
1Minute)
⑤ Press “X” Button If you want to Hang up.
⑥ When Household Press “Door Open” Button, Door Open with “Door Open”
Sound
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II. In Case Building No. not Registered :
Building No. not Registered In Call Prefix
PIC.3. Building, Household No. Entry Screen
① Enter Building No. In Keyboard
Example) Building No. 101  Enter “101”
② Enter Household No. In Keyboard.
Example) Household No. 101  Enter “101”
③ Press
(Call) Button
④ Call the Household with Ring Sound.
⑤ When the Household Answers the Call, Talk to the Household (Talk Time:
1Minute)
⑥ Press “X” Button If you Want to Hang up.
⑦ When Household Press “Door Open” Button, Door Open with “Door Open”
Sound
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5. Entry Authorization
5.1. Entry with RF-Card
① Put RF-Card on card Reader.
② If Authorized, Door Open with “Door Open” Sound.
③ If Unauthorized, It Sounds a Dull Warning Sound.
PIC.4. Putting RF-card
5.2. Entry with Password
I.
In Case Each Building No. Registered :
Building No. Registered In Call Prefix
① Enter Password In Keyboard.
② Press
(Key) Button.
③ Enter the Password of the Household No.
④ Press
(Call) Button.
⑤ If Authorized, Door Open with “Door Open” Sound.
⑥ If Unauthorized, It Sounds a Dull Warning Sound.
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II. In Case Building No. not Registered :
Building No. not Registered In Call Prefix
① Enter Building No. In Keyboard
Example) Building No. 101  Enter “101”
② Press
(Call) Button.
③ Enter Household No. In Keyboard.
Example) Household No. 101  Enter “101”
⑦ Press
(Key) Button.
⑧ Enter the Password of the Household No.
⑨ Press
(Call) Button.
⑩ If Authorized, Door Open with “Door Open” Sound.
⑪ If Unauthorized, It Sounds A Dull Warning Sound
PIC.5. Entering Password
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5.3. Entry with Password In Case of off-Line
Condition (Not Connected to Local Server)
① Press
(Key) Button.
② Enter the Password.
③ Press
(Call) Button.
※ Under on-Line Condition (Connected to Local Server), This Function does not
work.
※ Under on-Line Condition, User must Delete Password for off-Line Entry.
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6. Registration of Smart E-Key & Door Open
6.1. Registration of Smart E-Key
① Memorize„Gate name‟ Indicated In the Screen top of LobbyPhone. (EX:
Gatename 0106-47)
② Input Gate name In „Building/Lobby number‟
③ Input the number of Household (EX: 101)
④ Input Password to Access to the Building (Password for a Wallpad)
⑤ Enter the Button „Registration‟
※ Precautions
1. Do not use the numbers „1234, 4321, 0000‟ as a Password for Wall pad.
2. Do not use the number „9999‟ for Building/Household number
3. The Maximum Quantity of E-Key Registration is 7 Keys. need to remove
former E-Key to ADD.
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6.2. Open the Door at the Lobby.
① Press the Button „Door Open‟ In GREEN Color.
② the Door is Open after two Seconds.
※ Precautions
- In Case of Change or Deletion of Lobby Password, Please Register E-Key once
again.
※ BLE Module name set-up
- BLE Module name will be Combined Call Prefix number with System ID.
(EX) Call Prefix : 106, System ID : 40
Gate (BLE Module name) : 0106-40
- BLE Function is not Available with Outdoor Lobby Phone
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7. Name Search
①
Press the Button
(Name Search).
②
Input the name on the Keypad.
③
Select the name you are Looking for by using up
(Key) & down
(Guard) Buttons.
④
Press the Button
(Call) to Call the Household.
8. General Setting
Settings
①
Press the Button
..
②
Input your Password..
③
Presee the Button
(Call)
※ For Network Security, Please Change the Password for the First use. ※
Initialization of the Password:
+ “0000” +
+
+
+
How to use the Buttons
※When you Input the IP Address, use the Buttons
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and
” “.
+
Menu of the Settings
0: set Network+
0: IP Address: (Input IP Address)
1: G/W Address (Input Gateway Address)
2: DNS Address (Input DNS Address)
3: NET Mask (Input Network Mask)
1: set VoIP+
0: SIP Server (Input SIP Server Address)
1: Guard ID (Input Guard ID)
2: Management+
0: Server Address (Input Local Server Address)
1: update Address (Input update Server Address)
2: System ID (Input Serial number of the Product)
3: Call Prefix (Setting Building number)
* In Case of No Input Building number, Input Screen will Automatically Appease.
4: Call Line+
0: Min Call Line (Input Minimum Call Line)
1: Max Call Line (Input Maximum Call Line)
* Caution : If Min Call Line is Higher than Max Call Line, It's not Possible to Call.
5: Position (Setting the Installation Place of the Product)
※ use the Button
EX) Press the Button
for Setting Aboveground and the Button
to Indicate„1‟, the Button
for belowground.
to Indicate„B1‟.
※ If you Do not Input the Floor, the First Floor will be Automatically set.
※ In Case of Change of System ID and Call Prefix, BLE Module name will be
Changed.
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3: Audio/Video+
0: Audio+
0: General SPE. VOL. (Speaker Volume Control When Calling Household)
1: General MIC VOL. (Microphone Volume Control When Calling Household)
2: Guard SPE. VOL. (Speaker volume Control When Calling Guard)
3: Guard MIC VOL. (MICRO Phone Volume Control When Calling Guard)
4: General number Speech (Setting Voice Button of Building/Household
numbers)
5: Key Sound (Setting Key Sound)
6: Ring Sound (Setting Ring Sound)
7. Key VOL. (Setting Key Volume)
8. Ring VOL. (Setting Ring Volume)
9: EFFECT VOL. (Setting Sound EFFECT Volume)
10: Initialization (Audio Initialization )
* all Settings In Audio Menu will be Initialization .
1: Video:+
0: Quality (Adjust Video Quality)
* Available to Adjust the Quality by 1M/2M/3M.
※ Date size Increases In Higher Quality.
1: Resolution
* 480P(640*480)/720P(1280*720)/1080P(1920*1080)
2: Initialization (Video Initialization )
* all Settings In Video Menu will be Initialization .
4: EXTRA Config+
0: Language (Select Language)
1: Skin theme
0: auto
* It Automatically sets once a day When Boots up Skin theme.
1: FLIP Clock
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* Fix the Skin theme by FLIP Clock type.
2: RED Clock
* Fix the Skin theme by RED Clock type.
3: GREEN Clock
* Fix the Skin theme by GREEN Clock type.
4: BLACK Clock
* Fix the Skin theme by BLACK Clock type.
2: set Time+
0: Door Open Time
* 2, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 SEC. Selection
1: Sleep MODE Time
* 30 SEC., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Min. Selection
2: Key Time OUT
* 10, 20, 30 SEC. Selection.
3:use 24-HOUR format
* Select the type of Time (24Houres)
3: ADC Sensor
0: Distance (Change the Range of Distance Measurement of ADC Sensor)
* In Case of exposed to Direct Sunlight, Distance will Shorten.
0:[ ] 100CM
1:[ ] 90CM
2:[*] 80CM
3:[ ] 70CM
4:[ ] 60CM
5:[ ] 50CM
6:[ ] 40CM
7:[ ] 30CM
8:[ ] Unused
1: Detection Hold Time
0:[ ] 200MS
1:[*] 300MS
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2:[ ] 400MS
3:[ ] 500MS
4:[ ] 600MS
4: BLE Intensity
0:[ ] 1 step
1:[ ] 2 step
2:[ ] 3 step
3:[ ] 4 step
4:[*] 5 step
5:[ ] 6 step
6:[ ] 7 step
7:[ ] 8 step
5: Change PWD
* Please use the Button
to Change the Password.
6: off-Line PWD (Enter the Password to Open the Door When offline)
* Please use the Button
to Change the Password.
* Initial off-Line Password is 123456.
7: Reboot: (Operation System reboots)
8: System Reset (System is Reset to the Factory Settings)
* Changed IP is not Initialization .
5: Database+
0: Password down. (download Household Password)
1: RF-card down. (download RF-card Date)
2: Password DEL. (Delete Household Password)
3: RF-card DEL. (Delete RF-card Date)
6: System Info+
0: Version (software Version)
1: BOOT (BOOT LOADER Information)
2: KERNEL (OS Information)
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7: Test+
0: Test Door Open
1: Test RF Card
* Check the number of RF-Card
* touch RF-Card to the RF-Card Reader
2: Test Elevator (TEST Calling Elevator)
3: ADC Sensor Test
4: Temp Sensor Test
* Check the Sensor In “DEFROSTER : on” MODE
5: Call Button Test
0 : Panel
Index : 1
Setting Value “Unused”
0 : Panel
Index : 1
Setting Household Calling “5678”
0 : Panel
Index: 8
Setting Guard Calling
6: System Initialization
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9. Web settings
It is Available to Access to the WEB System Inputting IP Address In Internet Browser.
(EX : http://10.254.1.17/login.php)
① Input the Password for the panel (Initial Password : 0000)
② Push the Button “login”
※
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Computer and Lobby Phone should be Connected In the same Network.
9.1. System Info
9.1.1. Version Info
- Check the version of system
9.1.2.
Easy Setup
- Call Prefix : Input the number of the Building
* If you Do not Register the Building number, Date Input Screen will DisPLAY
Automatically.
- System ID : Input Serial number of the Lobby Phone
- Guard ID : Input Guard ID
※ after Changing Call Prefix/System ID/Guard ID, Please Press the Button “update”
of Each Item and Reboot the system.
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9.2.
Network Info
9.2.1.
Network Info
- IP Address : Input IP Address
- Subnet Mask : Input Subnet Mask
- Gateway : Input Gateway Address
- DNS : Input DNS Address
* after Setting all Information, Please Reboot the system.
9.2.2.
Server Info
- Local Server : Input Local Server Address
- SIP Server : Input SIP Server Address
- Update Server : Input update Server Address
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9.2.3.
System Reboot
- push the Button “Reboot” for all Settings to be applied.
9.3.
9.3.1.
System Setting
Password
- Current Password
- New Password
- Re Password : Confirm new Password
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9.3.2.
VoIP
- Guard ID : Input Guard ID
9.3.3.
Audio
- General SPC Volume : Speaker Volume Control When Calling Household
- General MIC Volume : Microphone Volume Control When Calling Household
- Guard SPC Volume : Speaker Volume Control When Calling Guard
- Guard MIP Volume : Microphone Volume Control When Calling Guard
- Key Sound : Setting Key Sound
- Ring Sound : Setting Ring Sound
- Key Volume : Setting Key Volume
- Ring Volume : Setting Ring Volume
- Effect Volume : Setting Sound EFFECT Volume
- Number Speech : Setting Voice Button of Building/Household numbers
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9.3.4.
Video
- Video Quality : Adjust Video Quality
* Available to Adjust the Quality by 1M/2M/3M
※ Date size Increases In Higher Quality
9.3.5.
Management
- Call Prefix : Setting Household number
- System ID : Input the Serial number of the Product
- Call Min Line : Input Minimum Call Line
- Call Max Line : Input Maximum Call Line
- BLE Intensity : Setting BLE Intensity
- Proximity Sensor Distance : Setting the Range of Distance Measurement of ADC
Sensor
* In Case of exposed to Direct Sunlight, Distance will Shorten.
- Proximity Sensor Hold Type : Setting Detection Hold Time
9.3.6.
Extra Config
- Language : Setting Language
- Door Open Time : Setting Time for Door Open
* 2, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 SEC. Selection
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- Sleep Mode Time : Setting Time of OLCD Sleep Mode
* 30 SEC., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Min. Selection
- Key Time Out
* 10, 20, 30 SEC. Selection
- Use 24-hour format : Select the type of Time (24Houres)
- Off-Line Password : Enter the Password to Open the Door When offline
* Initial off-Line Password is 123456
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9.3.7.
Call Button
- Guard Setting : Available to set only one Button In the panel.
- Unused : not use the Button
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9.3.8.
Factory Reset
- System is Reset to the Factory Settings
* Changed IP is not Initialization .
9.4.
Initialize the Password
- Input “Lobby IP/key_event.php” Into the WEB BROWSER.
(EX : http://10.254.1.17/key_event.php)
※ Please Change the Initial Password(0000) for SAFETY.
※ How to Initialize : Prg + “0000” + Prg + Key + Guard + Prg + Bell
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10.Wiring Diagram
11. Specifications
Model name
&,27/70
Specification
Transmission
TCP/IP
Voltage
Power Consumption
Telecommunication
Display
Video Format
Camera Pixel
Call tone
DC14V/1.8A
Max : 1.4A
Standby :0.35A
VoIP
” 2L(D
H.264 / MPEG4
0HJD3L[HO
Electric chime : 3 Melody 2 times
Temperature
Using : - 40° ~ 50 °
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513-11, Sangdaewon-dong, Jungwon-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
Int’l Business Dept. Tel. : +82-31-7393-540~550 Fax. : +82-31-745-2133
Web site : www.commax.com
PM10703LCR10
Printed In Korea / 2016.03.104
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