Legrand Unity Professional Services - Web Setup User Guide

Legrand Unity Professional Services - Web Setup User Guide

Unity Installation

Professional Services Guide Web Setup

2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved

Table of Contents

Installation & Wiring Requirements

Graphical User Interfaces……………………………………………………………………………………………Page 4 Selective Call Intercom……………………………………………………………………………………………....Page 5 Cameras……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….Page 6 lyriQ Multi Room Audio………………………………………………………………………………………………Page 7 Local Area Network …………………………………………………………………………………………………..Page 9

Installation & Setup

How to terminate Cat5e………………………………………………………………………………………………Page 10 Updating Firmware……………………………………………………………………………………………………Page 12 Reserving Unity IP addresses……………………………………………………………………………………….Page 13 Accessing Web Setup………………………………………………………………………………………………..Page 14 Configure Date/Time Settings……………………………………………………………………………………….Page 15 Changing Device Names…………………………………………………………………………………………….Page 17 Associating Cameras and Selective Cal l Intercom Devices……………………………………………………..Page19 Associating lyriQ Multi Room Audio Zones and Selective Call Intercom Devices…………………………….Page 20 IP Camera Configuration…………………………………………………………………………………………….Page 22 Port Forwarding Remote Mobile Control Applicatio ns……………………………………………………………Page 24

Operation & Setup

User Interfaces How to change background colors……………………………………………………………………….Page 25 How to connect a mobile device………………………………………………………………………….Page 26 Intercom How to Answer the Door…………………………………………………………………………………..Page 27 How to Make a Call………………………………………………………………………………………..Page 28 How to record and send messages………………………………………………………………………Page 29 How to play a message……………………………………………………………………………………Page 30 How to change a door chime……………………………………………………………………………..Page 31 How to record a custom door chime……………………………………………………………………..Page 32 How to disable mute and monitor modes………………………………………………………………..Page 35 How to setup door messaging…………………………………………………………………………….Page 37 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 2

Table of Contents

Operation & Setup Continued

Music How to operate music by room…………………………………………………………………………….Page 40 How to operate music by scene…………………………………………………………………………...Page 41 How to create music scenes……………………………………………………………………………….Page 42 How to operate music by source…………………………………………………………………………..Page 44 Player How to select shared music………………………………………………………………………………..Page 45 How to catalog shared music………………………………………………………………………………Page 46 How to manually add a share………………………………………………………………………………Page 47 Windows 7 Settings ..………………………………………………………………………………Page 49 Windows Vista Settings……………………………………………………………………………Page 54 Windows XP Settings…………………………………...…………………………………………Page 57 Apple OS X Settings…………………………………………………………………………….…Page 59 How to select internet radio stations………………………………………………………………………Page 61 How to setup a Tunein.com account……………………………………………………………………...Page 62 How to share music from the SD card (models & show room only)…………………………………….Page 63 Cameras How to monitor cameras from an LCD or TVD I…………………………………………………………..Page 65 How to monitor cameras over IP using a LAN conne ction….…………………………………………..Page 66 How to monitor cameras over IP using a WAN connection….………………………………………….Page 68 Weather How to setup your location………………………………………………………………………………….Page 70 Events How to create an event……………………………………………………………………………………..Page 71 Lighting How to add RF Lighting Control……………………………………………………………………………Page 73 How to operate lighting zones & collection s………………………………………………………………Page 76 How to operate lighting scenes…………………………………………………………………………….Page 77 How to create lighting scenes………………………………………………………………………………Page 78 Frequently Asked Questions and Trouble Shooting……………………………………………………………....Page 80 Internet Service Provider Connection……………………………………………………………………………….Page 85 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 3

Installation & Wiring Requirements

1. GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES

HA5000-xx LCD Console

    Box/Ring Requirement: Cable Requirement: Termination Point:

3-Gang (1) CAT5e

(mud ring recommended) 328-foot max. (purple recommended)

Structured Wiring Enclosure

Connection Points: None

HA5009-xx LCD Console with lyriQ

 Box/Ring Requirement:

3-Gang

(mud ring recommended)    Cable Requirement: Termination Point:

(2) CAT5e

328-foot max. (1 purple & 1 green recommended)

Structured Wiring Enclosure

Connection Points: L&R Speaker/L&R Line Level Phoenix Connectors

HA5010-xx LCD Console with High-Performance lyriQ

 Box/Ring Requirement:

3-Gang

(mud ring recommended)  Cable Requirement:

(2) CAT5e

328-foot max. ( 1 purple & 1 green recommended) &

(1) 16/4

  Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

Connection Points: L&R Speaker Out, Sub Out, HA1000 Power Input Phoenix Connectors

HA5201-xx TV Display Interface (TVDI)

 Box/Ring Requirement:

1-Gang

(Legrand AC1009-11 mud ring recommended)  Cable Requirement

: (1) CAT5e

328-foot max. (purple recommended)   Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

Connection Points: Composite Video, L&R Analog Audio output to TV, 3.5mm IR target input

HA5000-xx/HA5201-xx Installation Diagram HA5009-xx/HA5010-xx Installation Diagram

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Installation & Wiring Requirements

2. SELECTIVE CALL INTERCOM

IC5000-xx Selective Call Intercom Room Unit

• Box/Ring Requirement:

2-Gang

(Legrand AC1009-02 mud ring recommended) • Cable Requirement:

(1) CAT5e

328-foot max. (White recommended) • Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

• Connection Points: None

IC5002-xx Selective Call Intercom Door Unit

• Box/Ring Requirement:

2-Gang

(Legrand AC1009-02 mud ring recommended) • Cable Requirement:

(1) CAT5e

328-foot max. (White recommended) • Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

• Connection Points: Sensor Input/Door Chime Output (22/2 recommended)

IC5003-XX Selective Call Intercom Video Door Unit

• Box/Ring Requirement:

2-Gang

(Legrand AC1009-02 mud ring recommended) • Cable Requirement:

(1) CAT5e

328-foot max. (White recommended) • Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

• Connection Points: Sensor Input/Door Chime Output (22/2 recommended)

IC5004-XX Selective Call Intercom Patio Unit

• Box/Ring Requirement:

2-Gang

(Legrand AC1009-02 mud ring recommended) • Cable Requirement:

(1) CAT5e

328-foot max. (White recommended) • Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

• Connection Points: None

Selective Call Intercom Installation Diagram

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Installation & Wiring Requirements

3. CAMERAS

CM5002 Ball Camera

 Box/Ring Requirement:

1-Gang

(Legrand AC1009-11 mud ring recommended)  Cable Requirement:

(1) CAT5e

328-foot max. (yellow recommended)  Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

 Connection Points: Microphone

CM1029 IR Camera

    Box/Ring Requirement: 1-Gang (Legrand AC1009-11 mud ring recommended) Cable Requirement: (1) CAT5e 328-foot max. (yellow recommended) Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

Connection Points: Microphone

F2299/2284 Bullet Camera

 Box/Ring Requirement: 1-Gang (Legrand AC1009-11 mud ring recommended)    Cable Requirement: (1) CAT5e 328-foot max. (yellow recommended) Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

Connection Points: Microphone

F2286 Decorator Mount Mini Camera

 Box/Ring Requirement: 1-Gang (Legrand AC1009-11 mud ring recommended)  Cable Requirement: (1) CAT5e 328-foot max. (yellow recommended)  Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

 Connection Points: None

CM5002 ONLY Installation Diagram F Series/Third Party Camera Installation Diagram

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Installation & Wiring Requirements

4. LYRIQ MULTIROOM AUDIO

AU1004 Single Source Main Input

• Box/Ring Requirement:

1-Gang

(Legrand AC1009-11 mud ring recommended) • Cable Requirement:

(1) CAT5e

328-foot max. (green recommended) • Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

• Connection Points: L&R Analog Audio Input, (3) IR Output, (1) IR Input

AU5015 Charge & Play Main Input

• • Box/Ring Requirement: Cable Requirement:

1-Gang (1) CAT5e

(Legrand AC1009-11 mud ring recommended) 328-foot max. (green recommended) • • Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

Connection Points: L&R Analog Audio Input, USB Charging Output

AU1015 airQast Main Input

• Box/Ring Requirement:

N/A

• Cable Requirement:

Custom Supplied

• • Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

Connection Points: Mini USB & 3.5mm phone jack for custom cable.

AU1011 Triple Source Main Input

• Box/Ring Requirement:

1-Gang

(Legrand AC1009-02 mud ring recommended) • Cable Requirement:

(2) CAT5e

328-foot max. (green recommended) • Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

• Connection Points: (3) L&R Analog Audio Input, (3) IR Output, (1) IR Input

AU5008 Local Source Input (LSI)

• Box/Ring Requirement:

1-Gang

(Legrand AC1009-11 mud ring recommended) • Cable Requirement:

(2) CAT5e

328-foot max. (green recommended) • Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure/KVC (in series)

• Connection Points: L&R Analog Audio Input, RJ-45 CAT5e In/Out (backside)

AU5009 Standard Keypad Volume Control (KVC)

• Box/Ring Requirement:

1-Gang

(Legrand AC1009-11 mud ring recommended) • Cable Requirement:

(1) CAT5e

328-foot max. (green recommended) • Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

• Connection Points: L&R Speaker/L&R Line Level (backside) 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 7

Installation & Wiring Requirements AU5010 High Performance Keypad Volume Control (KVC)

• Box/Ring Requirement:

1-Gang

(Legrand AC1009-11 mud ring recommended) • Cable Requirement

: (1) CAT5e

328-foot max. (green recommended) &

(1) 16/4

• Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

• Connection Points: L&R Speaker Output/Sub Out/AU1000 Input (backside) Interchangeable main source inputs

Single Source Wiring Diagram

16/4 Speaker wire required with High Performance zones.

Multi Source Wiring Diagram

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Installation & Wiring Requirements

5. LOCAL AREA NETWORK (LAN)

DA1004 10/100 Router/Switch

 Cable Requirement:

CAT5e

328-foot max. (blue recommended)  Connection Points: (4) LAN / (1) WAN

DA1008 10/100/1000 Giga-bit Switch

 Cable Requirement:

CAT5e

328-foot max. (blue recommended)  Connection Points: (8) LAN

DA1101 Wireless Access Point

 Box/Ring Requirement:

3-Gang In-Ceiling / 1-Gang I-Wall

 Cable Requirement

: (1) CAT5e

328-foot max. (blue recommended)  Termination Point:

Structured Wiring Enclosure

(POE Module)  Connection Points: (1) DATA IN / (1) DATA/

Basic Network Installation Diagram

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Handling Cat5e

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Handling Cat5e

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Updating Firmware 1. INTRODUCTION

Updating the firmware of Unity system requires a Local Area Network connection with a shared internet connection. Always check for firmware updates prior to configuring a system for the first time to make sure you are running the latest firmware version.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Setup” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Use the down arrow button to select “System” and press “talk/select” to enter the “Setup / System” menu STEP 3: Press hot-key #2 on an LCD or the Green button on the TVDI remote to “Update” the system firm ware version. STEP 4: A pop up will appear. Press hot-key #3 on an LCD or the YELLOW button on the TVDI remote to select “Yes” to start the update.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 A pop up will appear followed by the “UPDATING” screen to communicate the status of the update.

This can take up to 20 minutes to complete.

 Once the update is complete the system will reboot itself.

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Reserved DHCP 1. INTRODUCTION

To ensure the Unity module always has the same IP address it is recommended that you set up the local router’s reserved DHCP settings.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Open a web-browser on a PC or Mac connected to the network and type in the IP address of the router.

Legrand routers default 192.168.40.254

STEP 2: in the pop up, enter the username and password for the router settings menu.

Legrand routers default admin/admin.

STEP 3: Open the LAN/DHCP Client List menu.. STEP 4: Click the checkbox under “Static” for the IP addresses or MAC addresses of the Unity Module. All

Legrand devices have a MAC address starting with 00:26:EC:xx:xx.

STEP 5: Click “OK” to save the changes and restart the router.

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Accessing Web Setup 1. INTRODUCTION

The most efficient way to configure and setup Unity is to use the web-setup utility served directly from the Unity Module. Most settings can be adjusted in the web-setup.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Setup” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Use the down arrow button to select the “Network Info” option and pres s the “talk/select” button. STEP 3: Open your PC web browser and enter the Web Setup IP address into the address bar of the browser.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 The PC must be connected to the Local Area Network supporting Unity.  The only settings you cannot adjust from the web-setup utility are display settings: o LCD - Background Position Window Size, Brightness, Color, Contrast and Background Bubbles o TVDI - Background, Position Window Size and Background Bubbles 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 14

Configuring Date/Time Settings 1. INTRODUCTION

There are two ways the date/time info can be setup. The easiest way is to make sure Unity is connected to the local area network with a shared internet connection allowing the system to auto update from the web.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: From the Unity Web Setup Menu, click on “System”. STEP 2: Using the drop down menu next to “Enable Auto Clock Set” select “No” if you want to manually set the time or if the Unity module is not connected to the internet.

The default setting is “Yes”.

STEP 3: Using the drop down menu next to “Select Time Zone”, select the appropriate time zone for the installation.

The default setting is EST

. STEP 4: Using the drop down menu next to “Daylight Savings Time” select “NO” if the location does not observer DST.

The default setting is “Yes”.

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Configuring Date/Time Settings 3. SPECIAL NOTES

 If you disabled the auto-clock set feature in Step 1, you can manually set the “Time” and “Date” at the bottom of the screen. Use the drop down to select AM, PM or a 24 hour clock.  If you ever need to adjust DST start and end time you can make those changes and press the “Set DST Default Values” button.  Make sure you “Save Settings” after making all adjustments.

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Changing Device Names

INTRODUCTION

Each device will be assigned a default name based on what type of device it is. Changing a device name from the default is recommended to personalize the system to the project and identify where the device is located such as in the Kitchen, Family Room, Bedroom 1 etc… Further personalization is recommended once the home is occupied as Bedroom 1 might be Johnny’s Room. It will be easier for the end user to operate the system properly if they are able to select a device in Johnny’s Room. Not only does naming devices make it easier for the end user to operate the system, it also makes it easier for you to properly associate devices as described in pages 19-21 of this guide. 

HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: From the Unity Web Setup Menu, click the device type you want to rename.

For example, click “Intercom”.

STEP 2: From the Main Setup: Device Setup menu click the specific type of device you want to rename.

For example click “Room Settings”

STEP 3: From the list of devices “click to edit” the device you want to rename.

For example click “ROOM 1”

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Changing Device Names

STEP 4: Highlight the “Name” field and type in the new name.

For example “Johnny’s Room”

SPECIAL NOTES

 Name all devices before completing any additional set up options. To speed up setup start with Music, followed by Cameras, then rename the Displays and Intercom devices. 

Music

– lyriQ devices (KVCs and LCDs) will auto populate their default names as they map to each zone input of the audio distribution module they are connected to

. If the Media Room keypad’s CAT5e is connected to the ZONES port # 1 of the audio distribution module, change the name of “Zone 1” to “Media Room”.

Cameras

– To change the name of the cameras you will first need to open the Cameras application and select each Camera 1-6 and identify the area each camera is displaying or is installed in.

If Camera #1 shows an image of the nursery, change the name of Camera 1 to “Nursery”.

Displays

– Will auto populate depending on what type of display is connected.

i.

LCDs will auto populate their name field as “Room #” because they function as an intercom room station

.

ii.

TVDIs will auto populate as “Display xxxxxx”

Intercom

– Each Intercom Room Unit, including the LCDs will display their current name at the top of the LCD display. Identify which Room # corresponds to which room and name accordingly, orr use the locate function (the green target icon) located next to each device to play an audible tone on that device. You will have to use the Locate function for all Door and Patio Units as they do not display their name like room and LCD stations. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 18

Associating Cameras & SCI devices 1. INTRODUCTION

Unity can display a camera image on the LCD when an intercom device is selected, allowing the individual operating the LCD to see the selected room while making a call.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: From the Unity Web Setup Menu, click “Intercom” STEP 2: From the Main Setup: Intercom Setup menu select the specific type of intercom unit you want to associate a camera with.

For example “Room Settings”

STEP 3: From the list of intercom units “click to edit” the one you want to associate a camera with. STEP 4: Using the “Camera Index” drop down menu, select the camera you wish to associate with this intercom unit. STEP 5: Click “Save Settings”

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 Video door units are automatically associated with their camera. This step does not need to be completed for those units.

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Associating lyriQ & SCI devices 1. INTRODUCTION

Unity can selectively mute up to four audio zones when an intercom device is active, allowing the individual(s) in the room to hear the intercom call.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: From the Unity Web Setup Menu, click “Intercom” STEP 2: From the Main Setup: Intercom Setup menu select the specific type of intercom unit you want to associate a lyriQ keypad with.

For example “LCD Console Settings”

STEP 3: From the list of LCD units “click to edit” the one you want to associate a lyriQ keypad with. STEP 4: Using the “Room/Zone A” drop down menu, select the local lyriQ keypad or add-on you wish to associate with this intercom unit. STEP 5: Click “Save Settings” 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 20

Associating lyriQ & SCI devices 3. SPECIAL NOTES

 lyriQ equipped LCDs MUST have their audio zone associated for the local audio controls tab to appear on the LCD.

 You can associate up to 4 zones (A, B, C and D) with each intercom device to selectively mute up to 4 zones when that device is active.

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IP Camera Configuration 1. INTRODUCTION

Unity has a built in IP camera server that allows the end user to view their cameras using IP over the Local Area Network or remotely over the Wide Area Network using an internet browser.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: From the Unity Web Setup Menu, click “Cameras” STEP 2: From the Main Setup: Camera Settings click the “Configure IP Settings” button. STEP 3: Using the “IP Camera Server” drop down you can “Enable” or “Disable” the IP camera feature.

By default, the “IP Camera Server” is set to “Disabled”

STEP 4: After enabling the IP Camera Server, you will need to change the Access User Name and Access Password.

The default is….

STEP 5: Using the “Remote WAN Access” drop down menu select “Enabled” to allow viewing of the cameras over IP from outside the home.

By default, “Remote WAN Access” is set to “Disabled”.

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IP Camera Configuration

STEP 6: If you enabled Remote WAN Access in step 5, select “Enable” Enable if the router supporting Unity supports uPNP.

By default, “uPNP Router Discovery” is set to “Disabled”.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 Unity must be updated to firmware version 2.3.34 to unlock this feature.  The network router supporting Unity must have uPNP enabled. Contact the router manufacturer if you need support on how to configure the router’s uPNP settings.  If the network router does not support uPNP contact Tech Support 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 23

Port Forwarding Mobile Control 1. INTRODUCTION

To ensure the Unity module always has the same IP address it is recommended that you set up the local router’s reserved DHCP settings.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Open a web-browser on a PC or Mac connected to the network and type in the IP address of the router.

Legrand routers default 192.168.40.254

STEP 3: Open the NAT/Virtual Server menu. STEP 4: Click the checkbox next to “Enabled”. Type the IP address of Unity in the “Private IP” field. Type “80” in both the “Private Port” and Public Port” fields and click “Add” STEP 2: in the pop up, enter the username and password for the router settings menu.

Legrand routers default admin/admin.

STEP 5: Click “OK” to save the changes and restart the router.

You should see your port forward listed at the bottom of the screen.

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Changing Background Colors

1. INTRODUCTION

The unity Graphical User Interface (GUI) can be personalized with your choice of 23 different color themes to match or compliment the décor of the room it is installed in.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Setup” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Use the up or down arrow button to select the TV Display or LCD Console option and press “talk/select” to enter the device specific sub menu. STEP 3: Use the up or down arrow button to highlight the Background field and press the left or right arrow buttons to select from 23 color themes. Once selected, press the “Done” button. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 25

Connecting to Mobile Control

1. INTRODUCTION

The Unity home system servers a mobile control application over the local area network. To connect and control the system from your mobile device it must use a browser that supports web kit, like the iPad, iPhone, IPod Touch, Android phones and tablets and Blackberry 6 devices.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Setup” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Use the down arrow button to select the “Network Info” option and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 3: Open your mobile devices browser and enter the Mobile Control IP address into the address bar of the browser.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 Your mobile device must be connected to the Local Area Network Wi-Fi that is supporting Unity.

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Answering the Door

1. INTRODUCTION

When someone presses the door bell button on a room station a short series of events must unfold for you to be able to talk to and see who is at the front door. After hearing the door chime, the video image from the front door camera station is automatically displayed on an LCD and the TVDI. Both LCDs and Selective Call Intercom Room units self navigate to make answering the call extremely easy.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: From an LCD or SCI Room Unit press and hold the “talk/select” button while you are talking.

For example press and hold the “talk/select” button, say “Hello” and release the button.

STEP 2: Once you release the “talk/select” button the microphone in the door unit will open creating a hands-free communication between the front door and you for 10 seconds.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 Remember, you cannot answer the door from a TV Display Interface.

 A quick chirp will alert you that the hands-free time has run out and the microphone has closed.

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Placing & Answering a Call

1. INTRODUCTION

The Selective Call Room units allow the homeowner to select a specific room or group to talk to or place an ALL CALL to every SCI device in the home.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD navigate the applications icon menu until the “Intercom” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button or wake up the SCI Room unit by pressing the up, or down arrow button. STEP 2: Using the up or down arrow buttonss, select the room or group you want to call. STEP 3: Press and hold the “talk/select” button while you are talking.

For example press and hold the “talk/select” button, say “Dinner’s ready” and release the button.

STEP 4: Once you release the “talk/select” button the microphone in the selected unit(s) will open creating a hands-free communication between the initiating device and the selected device(s) for 10 seconds.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 You cannot place or answer a call from a TVDI location.

 A quick chirp will alert you that the hands-free time has run out and the microphone has closed.

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Record & Send Messages 1. INTRODUCTION

The Unity system eliminates the need for hand written notes left for the family or individuals using the “Messages” feature. A message can be recorded from any LCD or Selective Call Intercom room station and sent to an individual, group or ALL.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD navigate the applications icon menu until the “Messages” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Using hotkey #2, select “Send Msg” STEP 3: Using the down arrow button on the LCD highlight the group or individual room you want to send the message to and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 4: Press the “talk/select: button to begin recording the message. STEP 5: Once you are done speaking, press the “talk/select” button to end the recording. STEP 6: If you are happy with your recording, press “talk/select” to send the message, otherwise press hotkey #1 to “Cancel” the message and return to step 2 to record a new message.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 Messages can also be recorded and sent from any Selective Call Room unit following the same steps. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 29

Playing Messages 1. INTRODUCTION

The Unity system allows users to record and send voice messages to a specific room, group of rooms or all the Selective Call Intercom devices connected to the system from any LCD or Selective Call Intercom Room Unit.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Messages” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Using the up or down arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, select the message you want to listen to from the library and press the “talk/select” button.

STEP 3: After listening to the message use the shortcut key #3 on the LCD or the Yellow button on the TVDI remote to “Delete” the message.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 A red LED will flash on the LCDs and or SCI room units when a NEW message is available.  Messages cannot be recorded and sent from the TVDI.  To listen to a message from a Selective Call Intercom Room Unit, use the up or down arrow buttons to access the “Messages” function in the main menu and press the “talk/select” button. Select “Play” and then select “Play Message”, “Next Message” or “Delete Message”. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 30

Changing the Door Chime 1. INTRODUCTION

Unity has 20 preloaded door chimes that can be selected that sound when someone depresses the door unit button.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Setup” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Use the down arrow button to select “Intercom” and press “talk/select” to enter the “Setup/Intercom” menu.. STEP 3: Use the down arrow to highlight “Door Options” and press “talk/select” to enter the “Setup/Intercom/Door” menu. STEP 4 Use the down arrow button to highlight the door you want to change the chime on and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 5: Use the down arrow to highlight the “Chime” field and use the left or right arrow buttons to select one of the pre-loaded chimes.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 Video door units are automatically associated with their camera. This step does not need to be completed for those units.

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Creating Custom Door Chimes 1. INTRODUCTION

The Unity system allow you to define custom door chimes to be used as the alert notification that someone is at the front door.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Setup” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Use the down arrow button to select “Intercom” and press “talk/select” to enter the “Setup/Intercom” menu.. STEP 3: Use the down arrow to highlight “Custom Door Chimes” and press “talk/select” to enter the “Setup/Intercom/Custom Door Chimes” menu. STEP 4: Use the down arrow to highlight an “Empty” location and press “talk/select” to enter the “Setup/Intercom/Custom Door Chimes/Edit” Menu STEP 5: Press talk select to change the name of the chime. STEP 6: Using the pop up keyboard navigating with the left, right, up, down, hot keys across the bottom and the “talk/select” buttons to spell the custom name. Once finished, press the “Accept” button to save the name. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 32

Creating Custom Door Chimes

STEP 7: Using the down arrow button, highlight the “Chime Type” field and use the left or right arrow buttons to choose the type of custom door chime you wish to record.

For example, select Song-Based to create a door chime from one of the music files in the player catalog.

STEP 8: Using the down arrow button, select how you would like to sort your catalog and press “talk/select”. STEP 9: Using the down arrow button, select the specific playlist, song, artist, album or genre you would like to use for your door chime and press “talk/select” STEP 10: Using the down arrow button, select the specific album you would like to use for your door chime and press “talk/select” STEP 11: Using the down arrow button, select the specific song you would like to use for your door chime and press “talk/select” STEP 12: Once the song starts playing press Hot-Key #4 on an LCD or the BLUE button on a TVDI remote to mark the “Start” of the door chime. STEP 13: Press Hot-Key #4 on an LCD or the BLUE button on a TVDI remote to mark the “End” of the door chime. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 33

Creating Custom Door Chimes

STEP 14: Once finished recording you can change the ”Repeat Count” and “Repeat Gap” settings or preview the door chime.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 After recording the door chime, you must select that door chime as the active door chime in the Setup/Intercom/Door Options/Edit menu. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 34

Disable Mute/Monitor Functions 1. INTRODUCTION

Unity has 20 preloaded door chimes that can be selected that sound when someone depresses the door unit button.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: From the Unity Web Setup Menu, click “Intercom” STEP 2: From the Main Setup: Intercom Setup menu select the specific type of intercom unit you want to disable mute or monitor on.

For example “Room Settings”

STEP 3: From the list of intercom units “click to edit” the one you want to disable the mute or monitor feature on. STEP 4: Using the “Mute Allowed” drop down menu select “Yes” to allow the device to be muted or “No” to disable this feature 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 35

Disable Mute/Monitor Functions

STEP 5: Using the “Monitor Allowed” drop down menu, select “Yes” to allow the device to be monitored or “No” to disable this feature STEP 6 : Click “Save Settings” 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 36

Door Messaging 1. INTRODUCTION

The Unity system allows the end user to record a message to be played at the door if the door is not opened within 30 seconds of the door unit button being pushed. The system also allows the person at the door to leave a message for the user if they are unable to answer the door.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Setup” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Use the down arrow button to select “Intercom” and press “talk/select” to enter the “Setup/Intercom” menu. STEP 3: Use the down arrow to highlight “Door Options” and press “talk/select” to enter the “Setup/Intercom/Door” menu. STEP 4 Use the down arrow button to highlight the door you want to enable messaging on and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 5 Use the down arrow button to highlight the “Door Messaging” field and press the right arrow button to change the setting from “NO” to “YES” STEP 6: Use the down arrow button to highlight the “Door Sensor” field and press the right arrow button to change the setting from “NO” to “YES” if a sensor is connected. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 37

Door Messaging

STEP 7 Press the “Home” button and repeat Step 1. STEP 8: Use the down arrow button to select “Messages” and press “talk/select” to enter the “Setup/Messages” menu.. STEP 9: Use the down arrow button to highlight the “Max Door Message Length: field and press the right arrow button to adjust the length of the message if necessary. STEP 10: Use the down arrow to highlight the “Record Door Prompt” option and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 11: Press the “talk/select” button to begin recording the message. STEP 12: Once you are done speaking, press the “talk/select” button to end the recording. STEP 13: : If you are happy with your recording, press “talk/select” to save the message, otherwise press hotkey #1 to “Cancel” the message and return to Step 9 to record a new message. . 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 38

Door Messaging 3. SPECIAL NOTES

 The door should be equipped with a contact that is wired to the back of the Selective Call Door Unit.

Opening the door and triggering this contact will alert Unity that the door has been answered and will reset the door messaging timer. Without this contact the message will sound and the door unit will prompt the individual at the door to leave a message regardless of whether the door was answered or not.

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Operate Music “By Room”

1. INTRODUCTION

Each music zone allows the user to control the power of the zone, select the source and adjust the volume of the zone. From the Graphical User Interface (GUI) you can select to control the music by room or zones, by sources or by scenes. This how to will guide you through controlling a music zone “By Room”

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Music” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: From the Music/Room List, use the down arrow button to select the room or zone you wish to control and press the corresponding hot key on the LCD or color coded button of the TVDI remote to execute the functions listed at the bottom of the screen to turn the room on or off, increase or decrease volume or mute the room.

To control all the rooms or zones at one time, for example to turn all the music off in the house, simply select the “All Rooms” option at the top of the page.

STEP 3: To select the source playing in a room or zone press the “talk/select” button while that room or zone is highlighted in step 2. Using the left or right arrow buttons on the LCD or TVDI remote you can scroll through each of the source options

. You can also use the up or down arrow buttons to highlight and adjust the volume and status of the room or zone.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

  Pressing the “Done” button will return you to the Music/Room List screen in step 2. Pressing the “Home” button will return you to the main application icon screen in step 1. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 40

Operate Music “Scenes”

1. INTRODUCTION

Each music zone allows the user to control the power of the zone, select the source and adjust the volume of the zone. From the Graphical User Interface (GUI) you can select to control the music by room or zones, by sources or by scenes. This how to will guide you through selecting music “Scenes” that can be created to control multiple zones and functions within those zones with a single button push. For example a “Party” scene might turn on the zone, set the volume level and select the same source for all of the keypads and LCDs in the home.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Music” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Using the left or right arrow buttons on the LCD or TVDI navigate to the “Scenes” tab located at the top of the screen.

STEP 3: From the Music/Scenes list, using the up or down arrow buttons on the LCD or TVDI remote, select the scene you want to recall. STEP 4: Press the “talk/select” button to recall the selected scene.

A pop up will appear to let you know the scene has been recalled.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 Pressing the “Home” button will return you to the main applications icon screen in step 1. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 41

Creating Music Scenes 1. INTRODUCTION

Each music zone allows the user to control the power of the zone, select the source and adjust the volume of the zone. From the Graphical User Interface (GUI) you can select to control the music by room or zones, by sources or by scenes. This how to will guide you through setting up music “Scenes” that can be created to control multiple zones and functions within those zones with a single button push. For example a “Party” scene might turn on the zone, set the volume level and select the same source for all of the keypads and LCDs in the home.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: From the Unity Web Setup m enu, click “Music” STEP 2: From the Main Setup: Music menu, click “Scenes” STEP 3: From the Main Setup: Music: Scenes list, select an empty slot and click on it to “create new” scenes. STEP 4: Click the “Scene Name” field and enter a name, like “Listen to…”, “Dinner” or “Party” 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 42

Creating Music Scenes

STEP 5: Using the drop down menu for each zone, select the “Source” you want that zone to play when the scene is recalled. STEP 7: Using the drop down menu for each zone, select the “Volume” level you want that zone to be set to when the scene is recalled. STEP 8: Using the drop down menu for each zone, select the “Status” (On, Off or Mute) you want that zone to be set to when the scene is recalled. STEP 9: For each zone, click the “Include” check box to include (check mark) or exclude (no check mark) that zone from the scene. STEP 10: Click the “Save Scene” button when finished. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 43

Operate Music “By Source”

1. INTRODUCTION

Each music zone allows the user to control the power of the zone, select the source and adjust the volume of the zone. From the Graphical User Interface (GUI) you can select to control the music by room or zones, by sources or by scenes. This how to will guide you through controlling a music zone “By Source”

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Music” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Using the left or right arrow buttons on the LCD or TVDI navigate to the “By Source” tab located at the top of the screen.

STEP 3: From the Music/Source List, using the up or down arrow buttons on the LCD or TVDI remote, select the source you want to view. STEP 4: From this screen you can use the up or down arrow buttons on the LCD or TVDI to select individual rooms or zones to control. Use the left or right arrow buttons to adjust the volume of that room of zone. Use the hot keys on the LCD or color coded keys on the TVDI remote to turn the room or zone On/Off or Mute the room or zone.

3. SPECIAL NOTES   Pressing the “Done” button will return you to the Music/Source List screen in step 2. Pressing the “Home” button will return you to the main applications icon screen in step 1. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 44

Selecting Shared Music

1. INTRODUCTION

The Unity Player allows you to access .mp3, .wav and .m4a music files shared on your local area network and stream them to the Studio lyriQ keypads and LCDs installed in your home. Like iTunes or Windows Media Player you will be able to select music as playlists, individual songs, artists, albums and even genres.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Player” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Using the up or down arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, select the format in which you would like to view your music library and press the “talk/select” button.

STEP 3: Using the up or down arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote select the Playlist, Song, Artist, Album or Genre you want to listen to and press the “talk/select” button.

If you want to jump to a specific Playlist, Song, Artist, Album or Genre press shortcut key #3 on the LCD or the Yellow button on the TVDI remote to open the search function and begin typing the Playlist, Song, Artist, Album or Genre name.

STEP 4: If you selected either Artist or Album in step 3, use the up or down arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote to select the album or song you want to listen to and press the “talk/select” button.

To play the entire library from this Artist press shortcut key #3 on the LCD or the Yellow button on the TVDI remote then press the “talk/select” button

Step 5: If you selected Artist in step 3, and the Album you want to listen to in step 4, use the up or down arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote to select the song you want to listen to and press the “talk/select” button. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 45

Cataloging the Player

1. INTRODUCTION

Cataloging is the process in which Unity automatically discovers the shared digital music files (.mp3, .wav and .m4a) available on the local area network and organizes them for playback.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: From the Unity Web Setup menu, click “Player” STEP 2: From the Main Setup: Player Settings menu click the “Catalog” button.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Mac OS X Leopard/Snow Leopard 10.5.x & 10.6.x are supported. 

Mac OS X 10.7.x or newer is not supported.

 To stream music from a network device (PC, laptop, or Network Attached Storage device) it must be turned on, on-line and available to the network.  The folder or folders that the music files are stored in must be shared with the network.  Anytime new music is added to the shared folder(s) you will need to re-catalog the library for the new files to appear in the Player directory.  If any or all shared files are not found, you may need to manually “Add Share” 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 46

Adding Shares

1. INTRODUCTION

In some instances you may need to manually “Add Share” for Unity to be able to access and catalog music files and folders shared on the network.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: From the Unity Web Setup menu, click “Player” STEP 2: From the Main Setup: Player Settings menu select an Empty share and type in the “Computer Name” STEP 3: From the Main Setup: Player Settings menu type in the “Share Name”

This is the name of the folder the music files are saved in.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 If the share requires a Username and Password you can enter those as well.  Initiate the “catalog” process after the share has been added. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 47

Windows 7 – Simple Sharing 1. INTRODUCTION

The “Player” built-in to Unity allows you to catalog and stream shared music saved on the local area network computers to all of your lyriQ devices. To take advantage of this feature you must make sure the correct folders and files are shared with Unity. For simplicity sake, all of your music files and folders should be saved inside a single folder like “Unity Music”.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Click the “Start Menu” button STEP 2: Click “User” STEP 3: From the “User” window, select the “Desktop/Libraries/Music” folder option from the left hand navigation menu STEP 4: Save or copy all music files and folders here.

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Windows 7 - Sharing Configuration 1. INTRODUCTION

If you find that Unity is not cataloging the shared music correctly using the simple sharing method, you will need to verify/change the sharing settings.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Click the “Start Menu” button STEP 2: Click “Control Panel” STEP 3: Double-c lick “Network and Sharing Center” S TEP 4: From the “Network and Sharing Center”, click “Change advanced sharing settings” 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 49

Windows 7 - Sharing Configuration

STEP 5: From the “Change sharing options for different network profiles” menu 1. Turn on network discovery 2. Turn on file and printer sharing 3. Turn on public folder sharing 4. Click “Save Settings” at the bottom of the screen. 1. 2. 3. 4. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 50

Windows 7 - Folder Sharing 1. INTRODUCTION

If you find that Unity is not cataloging the shared music correctly after configuring the sharing settings, you will need to set up folder specific sharing.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Locate the folder you wish to share, right click on the folder and select “Share with” / “Advanced sharing” STEP 2: From the Folder Properties dialogue box, “Sharing” tab click “Advanced Sharing STEP 3: From the “Advanced sharing” dialogue box select “Permissions” 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 51

Windows 7 - Folder Sharing

STEP 4: Make sure the group “Everyone” is added with a permission of “Read” and click OK

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 Upon completion, you should see the Unity-Music Properties dialogue box displaying the Network Path of this share which may be required to manually add a share. Folder Name Computer Name 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 52

Windows Vista - Simple Sharing 1. INTRODUCTION

The “Player” built-in to Unity allows you to catalog and stream shared music saved on the local area network computers to all of your lyriQ devices. To take advantage of this feature you must make sure the correct folders and files are shared with Unity. For simplicity sake, all of your music files and folders should be saved inside a single folder like “Unity Music”.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Click the “Start Menu” button STEP 2: Click “Documents STEP 3: From the “Documents” window, select the “Public Music” folder option from the left hand navigation menu STEP 4: Save or copy all music files and folders here.

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Windows Vista - Sharing Configuration 1. INTRODUCTION

If you find that Unity is not cataloging the shared music correctly using the simple sharing method, you will need to verify/change the “Sharing and Discovery” settings.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Click the “Start Menu” button STEP 2: Click “Control Panel” STEP 3: Double click “Network and Sharing Center” STEP 4: From the Network and Sharing Center, Sharing and Discovery settings. 1. Verify or turn on “Network discovery”, “File Sharing ” and “Media sharing”. 2. Verify or turn off “Public folder sharing” and “Password protected sharing” 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 54

Windows Vista - Folder Sharing 1. INTRODUCTION

If you find that Unity is not cataloging the shared music correctly after configuring the “Sharing and Discovery” settings, you will need to set up folder specific sharing.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Locate the folder you wish to share, right click on the folder and click “Share” STEP 2: Using the drop down function of the File Sharing dialogue box select “Everyone” and click “Add” STEP 3: Highlight “Everyone” and using the drop down function set the pe rmission level to “Reader” STEP 4: C lick “Share” STEP 5: Click “Done” 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 55

Windows XP - Simple Sharing 1. INTRODUCTION

The “Player” built-in to Unity allows you to catalog, control and stream shared music saved on the local area network computers to your lyriQ devices. To take advantage of this feature you must make sure the correct folders and files are shared with Unity.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Click the “Start Menu” button (1) and click on “My Computer” (2) STEP 2: From the “Tools” menu (1), click “Folder Options” (2) STEP 3: From the “Folder Options” dialogue box select “View” (1) STEP 4: From the “View” tab, verify or turn on “Use simple file sharing” by clicking on the radio button/check box next to this option.

(2)

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 Simple file sharing is always enabled in XP Home Edition.

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Windows XP - Folder Sharing 1. INTRODUCTION

With simple file sharing enabled, you may still have to configure the folder or folders you want to share individually.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Locate the folder you want to share (Unity-Music), right-click on the folder and click on “Sharing and Security” STEP 2: From the “” dialogue box, click on the “Sharing” tab and follow the instructions below for the version of XP being used..

Option 1 Option 2

STEP 3: Enable “Share this folder” by clicking on the radio button next to the option. STEP 3: Enable “Share this folder on the network” STEP 4: Verify/create “Permissions” for “Everyone” set to “Read” 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 57

Apple OS X - Simple Sharing 1. INTRODUCTION

The “Player” built-in to Unity allows you to catalog and stream shared music saved on the local area network computers to all of your lyriQ devices. To take advantage of this feature you must make sure the correct folders and files are shared with Unity. For simplicity sake, all of your music files and folders should be saved inside a single folder like “Unity Music”.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Click on the apple icon and select “System Preferences” STEP 2: From the System Preferences menu “Internet & Network” section, select “Sharing”. STEP 3: From the Sharing screen select “File Sharing” STEP 4: Press the + button to locate and add the folder you want to share. STEP 5: Save/Copy all music files and folders here.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 Unity only supports OS X Leopard (10.5) & Snow Leopard (10.6)  OS X 10.7 is not supported 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 58

Apple OS X - Folder Sharing 1. INTRODUCTION

With file sharing enabled, you may have to create a user account specifically for sharing.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Click on the apple icon and select System Preferences STEP 2: From the System Preferences menu select “Accounts” STEP 3: Press the + sign to create a new account (for example, name it “Unity”) and click “Create Account” STEP 4: Press the back arrow at the top to return to the System Preferences menu and select “Sharing” STEP 5: Press the + button to locate and add the folder you want to share. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 59

Apple OS X - Folder Sharing

STEP 6: Highlight the folder you just shared and press the + sign under Users STEP 7: Highlight the account you created (for example “unity”) and press “Select” STEP 8: Press the “Options” button. STEP 9: From the Options Menu click on the radio button next to “Share files and folders using SMB” and the radio button next to the user account you created

(for example “unity”)

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 With this method, you MUST add the share manually.  Unity only supports OS X Leopard (10.5) & Snow Leopard (10.6)  OS X 10.7 is not supported 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 60

Selecting Internet Radio Stations

1. INTRODUCTION

The Unity Player allows you to access 1000s of FREE internet radio stations from tunein.com and stream them to the Studio lyriQ keypads and LCDs installed in your home so you can listen to music and non-music programming like Talk Radio and Sports Radio. Like iTunes or Windows Media Player you will be able to select music as playlists, individual songs, artists, albums and even genres.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Player” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Using the left of right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate to the “Internet Radio” tab located at the top of the screen.

STEP 3: Using the up or down arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, select the format in which you would like to view the internet radio station library and press the “talk/select” button.

STEP 4: If you selected My Favorites or Local Radio in step 3, use the up or down arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote to select the internet radio station you would like to listen to and press the “talk/select” button.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 To search for a specific artist, station or genre press shortcut key #3 on the LCD or the Yellow button on the TVDI remote and begin typing the name of the artist, station or genre.  To add a station to “My Favorites” press shortcut key #2 on the LCD or the Green button on the on the TVDI remote.

(this option requires a tunein.com account)

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Setup Internet Radio

1. INTRODUCTION

The Unity Player can access all of your preset internet radio stations stored in your tunein.com account, using the “My Presets” function inside the player.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Go to www.tunein.com

STEP 2: Click the LOGIN button. STEP 3: Click the Register Now! Button! STEP 4: Create a username and password, fill in your personal information, check the “I accept the TuneIn terms of service and privacy policy check box and click the “Finish!” button. STEP 5: Browse or search for your favorite stations and add them to your Presets by clicking on the “Add to Presets” button. STEP 6: From the Unity Web Setup menu, click “Internet Radio” STEP 7: From the Main Setup: Internet Radio Settings menu, enter the “Username” of the end users www.tunein.com account.

STEP 8: From the Main Setup: Internet Radio Settings menu, enter the “Password” of the end users www.tunein.com account. STEP 9: Click the “Save” button. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 62

SD Card Music Shares

1. INTRODUCTION

For model homes and demonstration purposes ONLY, music files can be stored and streamed directly from the SD card installed inside the HA6001 integration module.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Create a folder on the SD card named “user_shares” STEP 2: Create a sub folder inside “user_shares” named “music” STEP3: Copy music files (.mp3, .wma or .mP4) into the “music” folder. STEP 4: Install the SD Card into the HA6001 integration module and power the system. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 63

SD Card Music Shares

STEP 5: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Setup” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 6 : Use the down arrow button to select the “Network Info” option and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 7: Use hotkey #4 on the LCD or the BLUE button on a TVDI remote to enter the Mac menu STEP 8: Write down the last 6 digits of the Master MAC #1 address and press the “Home” button. STEP 9: From the Unity Web Setup menu, click “Player” STEP 10: From the Main Setup: Player Settings menu select an Empty share and type in the “Computer Name” (INTEG-xxxxxx) where xxxxxx is the last 6 digits of the MAC address STEP 11: From the Main Setup: Player Settings menu type in the “Share Name” (user-music).

This is the name of the folder the music files are saved in.

STEP 12: Click the “Save Settings” button. STEP 13: Click the “Catalog” button. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 64

Viewing Cameras Locally 1. INTRODUCTION

From the LCD or TVDI you can view all connected cameras quickly and easily to monitor what is going on around your home/building..

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applica tions icon menu until the “Cameras” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Use the # hotkeys on the LCD or color coded buttons on the TVDI remote to select which camera you want to view.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 To view all cameras in sequence, press the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote to begin sequencing the cameras.  To speed up the sequence rate press the up arrow button one the LCD or TVDI remote.  To slow down the sequence rate press the down button on the LCD or TVDI remote. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 65

Viewing Cameras – LAN-IP 1. INTRODUCTION

From a PC, Mac or smart device connected to the local network, you can view the cameras connected to Unity over IP.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Setup” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Use the down arrow button to select the “Network Info” option and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 3: Press hotkey #3 on the LCD or the YELLOW button on the TVDI remote to access the IP Cam address. STEP 4: Open a web browser and enter the “Local IP Cam Access” IP address into the address bar. STEP 5: Enter the User Name and Password in the pop up. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 66

Viewing Cameras – LAN-IP 3. SPECIAL NOTES

From the full web-browser interface you can use the drop down menus and radio buttons to: 1. Select the camera you want to view. 2. Select the “Preset” that best fits the connection type/speed.. 3. Select the “Format” Grayscale or Color in which you want to view the camera. 2. 4. 5. 6. 3. 4. Select the “FPS” Frames Per Second refresh rate with which you want to view the cameras. 7. 8. 1. 5. Select the :QUALITY” of the image 6. Select the “CONTRAST REDUCTION” 7. Configure the “OSD” On Screen Display to show or hide the Camera Name, Date Time Stamp and Statistics of the camera. 8. Once configured, you can save the configuration as a preset by clicking the “Save Preset” button.

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Viewing Cameras – WAN-IP 1. INTRODUCTION

From a PC, Mac or smart device connected to the internet, you can view the cameras connected to Unity remotely over IP.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Setup” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Use the down arrow button to select the “Network Info” option and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 3: Press hotkey #3 on the LCD or the YELLOW button on the TVDI remote to access the IP Cam address. STEP 4: Open a mobile web browser and enter the “Remote IP Cam Access” IP address into the address bar. STEP 5: Enter the User Name and Password in the pop up. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 68

Viewing Cameras – WAN-IP 3. SPECIAL NOTES

 From a mobile web-browser interface you can use the drop down menus and radio buttons to: 9. Select the camera you want to view 10. Select the “Preset” that best fits the connection type/speed.  If you need full control from your mobile device, simply scroll down and click “click-here”.  You can also enter the same “Remote IP Access” IP address into a PC or Mac based web-browser to gain full control just like being connected to the Local Area Network. 1. 2. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 69

Weather 1. INTRODUCTION

Unity has a “Weather: widget built in that is able to pull current conditions and a 5 day forecast from the internet for the local zip code or city/state/country.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: From the Unity Web Setup menu, click “Weather” STEP 2: From the Main Setup: Weather Settings menu, type the installation location’s zip code or City, State into the zip code field. STEP 3: Click the “Check” button. STEP 4: Once the zip code field turns Green, click “Save”

3. SPECIAL NOTES

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Creating an Event

1. INTRODUCTION

A Unity Event is composed of a series of actions the Unity system will perform, at some frequency, at some time in the future. For example, an event may be created to turn on the outside lights every day at sunset, play a message and your favorite song on your anniversary or catalog the player once a week.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Events” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Using the up or down arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, select an open event location and press the shortcut key #3 on the LCD or the Yellow button on the TVDI remote “Create” a new event.

STEP 3: Give the “Event” a name using the on-screen keyboard and press the shortcut key #4 on the LCD or the Blue button on the TVDI remote to “Accept” the name. STEP 4: : Using the up or down arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, adjust the Month, Day, Year, Hour and Minutes to define when you want this event to occur. When complete press the shortcut key #3 on the LCD or the Yellow button on the TVDI remote to move to the “Next” step.

Use the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote to navigate from one field to the next.

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Creating an Event

STEP 6: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, choose the first action you would like the event to perform and press the shortcut key #3 on the LCD or the Yellow button on the TVDI remote to define that action.

For example, you can turn on an audio zone by selecting an “Audio Scene”

STEP 7: Using the up or down arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, define the action you selected in the step 6

. For example, select the scene “Listen to Player”.

STEP 8: If you want to add more actions, up to four total per event, repeat steps 6 and 7 for each additional action.

For example, choose a favorite song to play from the player catalog.

Step 9: Once all actions have been selected and defined press the shortcut key #1 on the LCD or the Red button on the TVDI remote to save your event.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 Events can only be created from an LCD or TVDI. Event creation is not supported in the web setup utility.  You must create lighting and audio scenes before using them in an event.  Play Message or Send Message event actions can only be created from an LCD Console. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 72

Setup - Lighting 1. INTRODUCTION

Unity can seamlessly integrate up to 100 of the Legrand RF Lighting Control devices to allow the end user to control their lighting system from any of the Unity GUIs.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Power and wake up all RFLC devices and verify that all are displaying a solid AMBER LED.

If any device is not displaying a solid AMBER LED, the device must be reset to factory default by pressing and holding the top and bottom left hand corner of the raise/lower paddle simultaneously for 10 seconds.

STEP 2: House Bind all RFLC devices by selecting a device, recommended in the corner of the project, and initiate “LEARN” mode by pressing the top and bottom left hand corner of the raise/lower paddle simultaneously for 3 seconds. Once all devices are displaying a GREEN flashing LED, exit “LEARN” mode by pressing the top and bottom left hand corner of the raise/lower paddle simultaneously for 3 seconds of the device that initiated the “LEARN” mode. STEP 3: Group Bind any RFLC devices that will work together as a group (ie…3 ways etc) by selecting a device in the group, and initiate “LEARN” mode by pressing the top and bottom left hand corner of the raise/lower paddle simultaneously for 3 seconds. Initiate “LEARN” mode on all other devices that are to be part of that group. Their LED should change from GREEN to AMBER. Exit “LEARN” mode by pressing the top and bottom left hand GROUPED In Learn Mode corner of the raise/lower paddle simultaneously for 3 seconds of the device that initiated the “LEARN” mode. STEP 4: Room Bind any RFLC devices that will be used to create room scenes by initiating “LEARN” mode from the Room Scene Controller. Initiate “LEARN” mode on all other devices that are to be part of that room. Their LED should change from GREEN to AMBER. Exit “LEARN” mode by pressing the top and bottom left hand corner of the raise/lower paddle simultaneously for 3 seconds of the device that initiated the “LEARN” mode. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 73

Setup - Lighting

STEP 5: Connect the MR232-G to the Integration Module Serial Port 1 using the provided adapter, power up and let the system fully boot. STEP 7: From the Unity Main Setup menu, click “Lighting” STEP 8: From the Main Setup: Lighting menu, click “Zones” STEP 9: You will see a list of four digit numbers that are the ID #s of the power devices installed. There are 2 ways you can identify and rename the devices. 1. Click on the Green target icon next to each ID#.

Doing so will cause the load to flash. You can locate the flashing load and rename the ID with a more descriptive name following Step 11.

2. The recommended and more efficient method is to simply delete all zones from an LCD or TVDI using the Setup/Lighting/Zones menu option and skip to Step 10.

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Setup - Lighting

STEP 10: Press the raise/lower paddle of an RFLC device and refresh the web browser. Its ID # will appear at the top of the list. STEP 11: Highlight the ID# and type in a more descriptive name like Kitchen, Master Bedroom Lamp etc… STEP 13: Repeat Steps 10-12 for the remaining RFLC devices. STEP 14: Click the “Save Settings” button. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 75

Lighting – By Zone 1. INTRODUCTION

Unity can seamlessly integrate up to 100 of the Legrand RF Lighting Control devices to allow the end user to control their lighting system from any of the Unity GUIs. Control can be accomplished “By Zones” or “By Scenes”.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Lighting” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: From the Lighting/Zones List, use the down arrow button to select device or collection you wish to control and press the corresponding hot key on the LCD or color coded button of the TVDI remote to execute the functions listed at the bottom of the screen to turn the load(s) Down, Up, ON or Full On.

To control all the devices at one time, for example to turn all the loads off in the hou se, simply select the “ALL ZONES” option at the top of the page.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

a. Controlling RFLC devices from the mobile application is very similar

Select Lighting Select Zones Select Zone to Control Control Zone Power & Level

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Lighting – By Scene 1. INTRODUCTION

Unity can seamlessly integrate up to 100 of the Legrand RF Lighting Control devices to allow the end user to control their lighting system from any of the Unity GUIs. Control can be accomplished “By Zones” or “By Scenes”.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Using the left or right arrow button on the LCD or TVDI remote, navigate the applications icon menu until the “Lighting” icon is in the middle of the display and press the “talk/select” button. STEP 2: Using the left or right arrow buttons on the LCD or TVDI navigate to the “Scenes” tab located at the top of the screen.

STEP 3: From the Lighting/Scenes list, using the up or down arrow buttons on the LCD or TVDI remote, select the scene you want to recall. STEP 4: Pr ess the “talk/select” button to recall the selected scene.

A pop up will appear to let you know the scene has been recalled.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

a. Controlling RFLC scenes from the mobile application is very similar

Select Lighting Select Scenes Touch Scene Name to Launch

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Creating Lighting Scenes 1. INTRODUCTION

Unity can seamlessly integrate up to 100 of the Legrand RF Lighting Control devices to allow the end user to control their lighting system from any of the Unity GUIs. Control can be accomplished “By Zones” or “By Scenes”.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: From the Unity Web Setup menu, click “Lighting” STEP 2: From the Main Setup: Lighting menu, click “Scenes” STEP 3: From the Main Setup: Music: Scenes list, select an empty slot and click on it to “create new” scenes. STEP 4: Click inside the “Scene Name” field and type in a name, like “Good Morning”. STEP 5: Using the drop down menu select the level you want each zone to turn on to when the scene is recalled.

0=OFF

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Creating Lighting Scenes

STEP 6 : For each zone, click the “Include” check box to include (check mark) or exclude (no check mark) that zone from the scene. STEP 10: Click the “Save Scene” button when finished. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 79

FAQ 1. INTRODUCTION

The Unity integration module has two independent processors built-in and requires proper setup and time to boot properly.

2. Frequently Asked Questions Q: Does the Unity system need to be connected to the network.

A: Yes! The Unity integration module must have each LAN jack (2 per module) connected to the Local Area Network with DHCP addressing enabled.

ISP Bridge (Router) DHCP Enabled

You

MUST

disconnect power from the DA1004 before changing the MODE switch setting.

DHCP Enabled

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FAQ Q: How long does it take for a Unity system to boot?

A: The time is dependent on the number of connected devices, a basic system configured with an integration module and a couple of devices will boot faster than a more advanced system configured with expansion modules and more devices. The best way to monitor the boot cycle is to pay attention to the process from the connected LCDs and TVDIs.

The system is not fully booted until all connected LCDs and TVDIs are displaying the Graphical User Interface.

Typical Boot Cycle

1.

LCD hotkeys and power button LEDs flash. 2. Initializing Screen Appears 3. Boot Screen Appears 4. Display Goes Blank 5. System Initializing Screen Appears 6. LCD turns off LCD hotkeys and power button LEDs flash. Selective Call Intercom Units beep 7. System Initializing w/Background Appears 8. GUI Appears

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Q: The Unity system will not boot properly?

A: The operating system boots from an SD card located in the bottom of the integration module. If the SD card is missing, or has become disconnected during shipping, the system will not boot properly. Inspect the SD card installation by removing the black plastic cover located on the bottom of the Integration Module. Press the SD card with your finger to verify that it is properly seated inside the SD Card socket. The socket is spring loaded. If it was seated correctly, press the card again to reseat the SD Card and reconnect power to the system.

Q: A Selective Call Intercom room unit is displaying the “Unit Not Discovered.

” error message. What does this mean?

A: This error can mean one of two things. 1. If the system is booting, this is normal and will go away once the system is fully booted. 2. If the system is fully booted and the device does not appear in the Intercom List, check the offending device and its wiring. Use a continuity tester to make sure the cable is terminated properly.

FAQ

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FAQ Q: A Selective Call Interco m room unit is displaying the “Address Jumpers I ncorrect” error message. What does this mean?

A: This error can mean one of two things. 1. If the system is booting, this is normal and will go away once the system is fully booted. 2. If the system fails to boot check the jumper settings on the back of each IC5001 installed.

IC5001 Slave Jumper Settings Q: I do not see all of the connected devices listed on the Graphical User Interface?

A: Inspect the missing device(s) Cat5e cable. Use a continuity tester to make sure the cable is terminated properly. If the cable does not pass this test, re-terminate and or replace the cable. If the cable passes this test, try plugging the device into a different input port of the integration module. 1. If the device works, replace the integration module. 2. If it does not work, replace the device. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 83

FAQ Q: Do I need to disconnect power from the integration module before connecting or disconnecting other devices?

A: Yes! Before connecting any device to the integration module or any expansion modules connected to the integration module, you must power down the entire system (all connected modules). You

CAN NOT “Hot Swap”

devices connected to Unity. It is recommended that all power supplies be connected to the same circuit using a power strip when possible to facilitate easy power cycling of the system. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 84

Internet Service Connection 1. INTRODUCTION

Unity MUST be connected to the Local Area Network router directly or via an Ethernet switch connected to the router. An internet connection is required for the Weather and Internet Radio functions to operate, to update the system firmware, to view Cameras, locally and remotely using IP as well as remotely controlling the Unity system from outside the home.

2. HOW TO STEP-BY-STEP

STEP 1: Direct the ISP (Internet Service Provider) to install their broadband internet bridge device near the integration module and the network connections. Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 STEP 2: Connect the ISP broadband device to the Local Area Network hardware that supports the Unity integration module. STEP 3: If the On Q DA1004 is used in the installation (as shown),assign the DA1004 “MODE” switch to the correct setting depending on what type of device, provided by the ISP is connected to the WAN Port.  Set the switch to “ROUTER” if the ISP provides a broadband modem.  Set the switch to “SWITCH” if the ISP provides a broadband router.

3. SPECIAL NOTES

 The DA1004 must be powered off when assigning the “MODE” switch position.  If the DA1004 “MODE” switch is set to “SWITCH” all routing functions are disabled. Port forwarding and other router based functions must be setup through the setup menu of the ISP broadband device. 2012 by Legrand All Rights Reserved Page 85

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