User Manual App VEDO 2.1.0
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User Manual App VEDO 2.1.0
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Index
Installing the VEDO App ................................................................................................................. 3
Configuring the application ........................................................................................................... 4
Device connection...................................................................................................................4
For local connection................................................................................................................4
For remote connection............................................................................................................4
Using the VEDO App ....................................................................................................................... 5
RECEIVING AN ALARM NOTIFICATION .........................................................................................................5
In the event of a zone alarm with dedicated camera..............................................................5
ANSWERING A CALL.......................................................................................................................................6
VIEWING A CAMERA OR CALLING AN APP ..................................................................................................7
VIEWING THE STATUS OF THE SYSTEM AREAS ........................................................................................8
TASTI FUNZIONE ............................................................................................................................................8
VIEWING AND CONTROLLING INTRUSION AREAS .....................................................................................10
VIEWING THE STATUS OF THE INTRUSION ZONES ...................................................................................11
VIEWING THE STATUS OF THE ZONES ........................................................................................................11
Settings
................................................................................................................................... 12
DEVICE ID ........................................................................................................................................................12
DEVICE PASSWORD .......................................................................................................................................12
INACTIVITY TIMEOUT .....................................................................................................................................12
STREAMING BITRATE ....................................................................................................................................12
DISCONNECTION NOTIFICATION .................................................................................................................12
RINGTONE .......................................................................................................................................................12
IP ADDRESS ....................................................................................................................................................12
DOOR ...............................................................................................................................................................12
Configuring Bridge Art. 20003101 and 20090334 ......................................................................... 13
Using home automation Bridge Art. 20003101 ............................................................................. 13
REMOTE PARAMETERS .................................................................................................................................13
H.A. BRIDGE SETTINGS .................................................................................................................................13
INFO .................................................................................................................................................................13
For local connection:...............................................................................................................13
For remote connection:...........................................................................................................13
CLIMA ...............................................................................................................................................................14
OTHER / LIGHTS / IRRIGATION / AUTOMATIONS.........................................................................................15
SHUTTER .........................................................................................................................................................16
CONSUMPTION ...............................................................................................................................................17
SCENARIOS.....................................................................................................................................................17
Using home automation Bridge Art. 20090334 ............................................................................. 18
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2
Installing the VEDO App
System requirements: iOS 6.0 or later, anti-intrusion control panels in the VEDO range by Comelit
from version 2.2.0, Ethernet expansion module from version 2.2.0 and internet connection (for using
the App remotely).
1. Log in to App Store, search for “Comelit” or
“VEDO” in the search engine and install the
free VEDO APP.
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2. Activate a network connection
2a. connect to your router to connect
locally;
2b. activate the data connection for your
mobile device to connect remotely.
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3. From the list of installed applications, press
the
icon to open the VEDO app.
4. When it opens, press "Settings" to configure
the application (see page 4).
THE USER PASSWORD (DEFAULT = 111111)
WILL BE REQUESTED EVERY TIME ACCESS
IS ATTEMPTED.
Description of the interface
1. Status icon:
1
VEDO: device not connected
VEDO: user connected
2
VEDO: no connection
default configuration:
Reset alarms
Stop alarms
3
Total activation
Total deactivation
3. Cameras and mobile devices connected to the
system (mobile devices are only visible when
connected to the local Ethernet network)
4. System status (activated/deactivated/partially
activated/alarm memory...)
5. Home
6. Intrusion areas
7. Intrusion zones
8. Zone status
9. Settings
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5
6
7
8
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Configuring the application
For the data to be entered during configuration and setup, contact your regular installer.
Device connection
1. In "Settings"
press "Device ID" and
enter the App identification number provided
by your installer (between 1 and 8).Press
to return to settings.
2. Enter the device password (default = 0).
For local connection
1. Press "Settings"
2. Scroll down the screen until you reach the
"LOCAL PARAMETERS" section.
3. Enter the IP address for the control panel card
(default = 192.168.1.230).
4. Leave the setting "Port" as it is (default =
10012) unless advised otherwise by your
installer.
5. Scroll all the way through the screen and
press "Save".
Once configuration is complete the status icon
will turn green
to show that the application is
configured correctly.
For remote connection
1. Press "Settings"
2. Scroll down the screen until you reach the
"REMOTE PARAMETERS" section.
3. Press "Remote control parameters" to access
the relevant configurations.
4. Enter the "IP address/Hostname" (registered
for the control panel or serial bridge) provided
by your installer.
5. Do not change the remaining connection
parameters (unless advised otherwise by your
installer).
6. Activate the "Secure Web" option to use a
secure connection when connecting to the
control panel remotely.
7. Scroll all the way through the screen and press
"Save".
Once configuration is complete the status icon
will turn green
to show that the application is
configured correctly.
If the VEDO App does not register, contact
your installer.
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Using the VEDO App
RECEIVING AN ALARM NOTIFICATION
When an alarm notification is received, you will hear the
selected ringtone and an alert window will open.
Only if the application is running in the background, an
alert window will appear on the display.
} Press the notification to access the application.
In the event of a zone alarm with dedicated
camera
When an alarm notification is received, you will hear the
selected ringtone and an alert window will open.
Only if the application is running in the background, an
alert window will appear on the display.
} Press the notification to access the application.
1. Press "Show" to view the 4 frames captured by the
camera installed in the zone in which the alarm has been
triggered.
2. Wait for the images to download.
3. Scroll through the images by moving your finger to the
right or to the left.
} Press
to enable the connected camera.
} Press
to cycle through several cameras
(where applicable).
} Press
to switch off the camera.
* To receive notifications:
• enable receiving notifications in the Settings area
of your mobile phone, via "Settings" / Notification
Center.
• enable
the individual Vedo app for receiving
notifications and set the desired receiving method.
Depending on the notification type, various ringtones will
sound: in the event of an alarm or sabotage a "siren" type
ringtone will be played, while in other cases
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ANSWERING A CALL
When a call is received from another mobile device with the
VEDO App, you will hear the selected ringtone.
Only if the application is running in the background, an
alert window will appear on the display.
} Press the alert to accept the call.
} Press
to enable the audio.
} Press
to stop the call.
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VIEWING A CAMERA OR CALLING AN APP
1. From the "HOME" screen press
to acquire the video signal for the relevant
camera.
1. From the "HOME" screen press
to
call a user connected to the system via the
app.
} Press
} Press
to cycle through several
cameras (where applicable).
} Press "Close" to switch off the camera.
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to stop the call
VIEWING THE STATUS OF THE SYSTEM AREAS
} From the "HOME" screen press the system status to view
the status of the areas.
AREA STATUSES
Alarm Deactivated
Total Alarm Activation
Partial Activation (P1 / P2 / P1+P2 )
In Alarm / Alarm Memory
} Press "Close" to return to the HOME screen.
FUNCTION KEYS
„ Press the function key to activate the action associated
with it.
Up to 4 function keys can be set to carry out the functions
described on the next page.
If the function key is configured as “Activate Output”,
“Toggle Output” or “Deactivate Output”:
„ Press and hold the function key to view the status of the
corresponding output.
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NO FUNCTION
Allows you to assign the generation of one of the alarms listed below to the function key:
24 H
Flood
Burglary
ALARM
Gas
Fire
Medical Emergency
Panic
Robbery
ACTIVATE OUTPUT
Allows you to assign the activation of one of the programmed outputs to the function key.
TOGGLE OUTPUT
Allows you to assign the function key to toggle (change the status of) the selected output.
Authorise installer: authorises the installer code. Has the same effect as authorising the
installer code from the keypad via the user menu.
Reset alarms: resets the control panel conditions and alarms in progress, but not the events
that triggered the alarms which, if still active, will trigger a new alarm cycle. After this command,
the control panel assumes the same status as it would assume following an activation.
Reset telephone calls: blocks all phone calls, on landline and GSM network. Also blocks any
messages envisaged but not sent (SMS, email).
COMMAND
Request assistance: allows you to send a request for assistance to one or more recipients,
by means of a phone call. (NIY)
Stop alarms: stops the alarms in progress, regardless of whether the events that triggered
them are still active. Does not stop alarms with the attribute Silent.
Overtime: this command allows you to delay an automatic activation by n hours, where n is
programmable, for the purpose of allowing work to continue beyond the envisaged activation
time.
Event 1 key: activates the event programmed by the installer.
Event 2 key: activates the event programmed by the installer.
DEACTIVATE OUTPUT
Allows you to assign the function key to deactivate the programmed output.
Allows you to assign to the function key one of the possible activation/deactivation programmes:
ACTIVATION SCENARIO
Total Activation of the alarm across the entire system.
Total Deactivation of the alarm across the entire system.
Scenario n (with n between 1 and 16).
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VIEWING AND CONTROLLING INTRUSION AREAS
The Intrusion areas section can be used to activate,
deactivate and view the status of the alarm system areas.
This chapter illustrates how the “alarm” section works for
VEDO series control panels.
1
} Press
to access the screen "Intrusion areas".
(1) Alarm system status icon
1A
KITCHEN
2
System Deactivated
System Activated
Alarm deactivated
Alarm activated
across the entire
system
Alarm Memory
Alarm in progress
Alarm in memory
alert
Alarm in progress
2A
Partial Activation
Alarm partially
activated:
only some of the
areas and/or partial
sets are activated
In sabotage
System in sabotage
(1A) Alarm control buttons governing the entire system
Deactivates alarms activated across
the entire system
Activates partial 1
across the entire
system (and deactivates
partial 2 if active)
P1
Area 1
Activates alarms across the entire
system
Activates partial 2
across the entire
system (and deactivates
partial 1 if active)
(2) Alarm zone status bar
P2
Area 1
Area 1
Deactivated
Zone alarm deactivated
Area 1
Total Act.
Act. P1
Zone alarm activated
Partial zone alarm activated
Area 1
In sabotage
Area in sabotage
Activates partial
sets 1 and 2 across
the entire system
P1+P2
Area 1
Alarm memory
Alarm in progress
Zone alarm in memory alert
Alarm in progress
(2A) Alarm control buttons governing an area
Deactivates alarms activated in a
specific area
Activates alarms in a specific area
Indicates that the alarms are active
Indicates that the system is not
ready for activation, and that forcing
is required
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(2A) Alarm control buttons governing an area
Activates partial 1
across a specific area
(and deactivates partial 2 if active)
P1
P1
Indicates that the
partial set is active
Indicates that the
system is not ready
for activation, and that forcing is
required
P1
Activates partial 2
across a specific area
(and deactivates partial 1 if active)
P2
P2
Indicates that the
partial set is active
Indicates that the
system is not ready
for activation, and that forcing is
required
P2
Activates partial sets 1
and 2 across a
specific area
P1+P2
P1+P2
Indicates that the
partial sets are active
Indicates that the
system is not ready
for activation, and that forcing is
required
P1+P2
VIEWING THE STATUS OF THE INTRUSION ZONES
zone status legend
„ Press
to view the status
of the zones in an area.
Zone open
Zone faulty
to scroll through
„ Use
the system partitions.
Zone isolated
„ Press an option on the list
(e.g. "DOOR") to "exclude" or
"isolate" the zone.
Zone excluded
Zone in standby
Zone anomaly
Zone in
sabotage
VIEWING THE STATUS OF THE ZONES
„ Press
system.
to view the status of the zones across the entire
„ Use
to scroll through the zone statuses (open,
excluded, isolated, sabotaged/faulty, in alarm).
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Settings
For the data to be entered during configuration
and setup, contact your regular installer.
DEVICE ID
See page 4.
DEVICE PASSWORD
See page 4.
INACTIVITY TIMEOUT
This function can be used to change the device inactivity
time which elapses before automatic logout occurs.
1. Press "Settings"
.
2. Press "Inactivity timeout" and select the desired
setting.
3. Press
to return to settings.
4. Scroll all the way through the screen and press "Save".
STREAMING BITRATE
This function can be used to adjust video streaming
quality in remote connection mode via the bitrate (Kilobits
transmitted per second).
1. Press "Settings"
.
2. Set the video streaming transmission speed in Kbps
(Streaming Bitrate).
3. Scroll all the way through the screen and press "Save".
DISCONNECTION NOTIFICATION
This function can be used to activate notifications following
disconnection from the control panel.
1. Activate the "Connection error notification" option
2. Scroll all the way through the screen and press "Save".
RINGTONE
1. Press "Settings"
.
2. Scroll down the screen until you reach "AUDIO
PARAMETERS" and press the "ringtone" box to open the
window with the list of available ringtones.
3. Select a new ringtone to change the call melody.
4. Press
to return to settings.
5. Scroll all the way through the screen and press "Save".
IP ADDRESS
See page 4.
DOOR
See page 4.
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REMOTE PARAMETERS
See pag 4.
H.A. BRIDGE SETTINGS
See pag 13.
INFO
The "version" field shows the version currently in use.
Configuring Bridge Art. 20003101 and 20090334
In impianti che prevedono l'utilizzo della domotica è possibile monitorare e comandare l'impianto
domotico tramite App se si dispone del Bridge Art. 20003101 o del Bridge Art. 20030334.
For the data to be entered during configuration and setup, contact your regular installer.
1. Press "Settings"
.
2. Scroll down the screen until you reach "H.A. BRIDGE
SETTINGS".
3. Set the User Password for the Home Automation Bridge.
default for Art. 20003101 = 111111
default for Art. 20090334 = 1234
For local connection:
1. Enter the IP address for the home automation bridge
(default = 192.168.1.252).
2. Set the communication port "Local H.A. Bridge web port"
(default = 80).
For remote connection:
1. Enter the "Remote IP address/Hostname" supplied by
your installer.
2. Set the communication port "Remote Bridge web port"
(default = 443 for secure web).
3. Enable the option "Secure Web" to use a secure
connection when connecting to the web pages for the
home automation bridge.
Using home automation Bridge Art. 20003101
Tuinbereg.
If the bridge Art. 20003101 is configured correctly, you will be
able to view the web pages for the home automation bridge.
Verbruik
} Press "Other"
to view the web pages menu for
the home automation bridge.
Scenario’s
Instellingen
HOME
Deelzones inbraak
Zones inbraak
Status zones
Meer
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Meer
CLIMA
1
2
BATHROOM
24.6°C
24.6°C
10
9
21.2°C
+
3
A
4
M
5
ON
6
LIVING ROOM
23.6°C
BEDROOM
23.7°C
The climate section can be used to monitor and adjust room
temperatures.
„ Press Other and Climate to access the Climate menu
„ Press the desired room (for example: BATHROOM)
1. Room temperature.
on indicator.
2. Boiler / air-conditioner
3. Room displayed.
4. Automatic mode.
5. Manual mode.
6. Timed custom mode forcing.
7. Room temperature adjustment cursor.
8. Desired temperature.
9. System on / off.
10. Summer
/ winter
mode selection (heating /
cooling management).
„ Press ON (system on) to change the status to
(system off) and vice-versa.
OFF
8 7
„ Press summer mode
and vice-versa.
to switch to winter mode
„ Press the M icon to set the climate to manual mode and use the + and – selectors (or the adjustment
cursor) to adjust the temperature of the room.
» The icon will turn blue.
„ Press A to set the climate to automatic mode and use the programming set on the master
supervisor.
» The icon will turn blue.
indicates that a timed custom mode has not been activated from the master supervisor for that
room.
indicates that a timed custom mode has been activated from the master supervisor for that room.
"Automatic mode", "Manual mode" and "Timed custom mode forcing" are not available if
the Serial Bridge is set as a main device (MASTER).
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OTHER / LIGHTS / IRRIGATION / AUTOMATIONS
The Other / Lights / Irrigation / Automations section can be
used to control the respective elements.
OFF
DAY ZONE
ON
OFF
NIGHT ZONE
ON
OFF
GARDEN
ON
„ Press
/
/
/
to access the relevant
sections and control the zones using the ON / OFF
commands.
Element status
all elements off
T
some elements in the
controlled room (e.g. DAY
ZONE) are active
all elements in the
controlled room (e.g. DAY
ZONE) are active
single element active
T
irrigation legend
Light
irrigation
T
DAY ZONE
OFF
ENTRANCE LED
ON
OFF
SITTING ROOM LED 2
ON
3
ON
SITTING ROOM
1
OFF
ENTRANCE LED
„ Press
/
to access the relevant sections, press a
specific room (for example: DAY ZONE) and control the
individual elements using the ON / OFF commands.
If the adjustment cursor is present (in the case of “dimmable”
lights):
„ move the cursor [1] to set the desired intensity.
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OFF
timed irrigation
T
In the case of RGB lights, the colour and light intensity can
be adjusted:
„ Click on the element you want to set [2] and select
the desired tone from the colour spectrum [3].
„ Move the cursor to set the desired intensity [4].
ON
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other outputs legend
Stati elementi
other
T
element off
T
single element
active
T
timed other
lights legend
T
T
lights
RGB lights
T
timed light
SHUTTER
The Shutters section can be used to control the opening and
closing of one shutter, or of all the shutters in a room.
1. Press Other and Shutters to access the shutters section.
DAY ZONE
NIGHT ZONE
2. Press
press
Or
to lower the shutters in the controlled room;
to stop the downward movement.
Press
press
to raise the shutters in the controlled room;
to stop the upward movement.
The blue bar indicates that the
shutters in the controlled zone are
in operation.
1. Press Other and Shutters to access the shutters section.
2. Press a specific room (for example: DAY ZONE) and
control the individual elements using
.
SALON
DAY ZONE
SHUTTER
Press
to lower the shutter; press
to stop the
downward movement.
Or
Press
to raise the shutters in the controlled room;
press
to stop the upward movement.
The blue bar indicates that the
shutter in the controlled zone is
in operation.
SALON
The blue arrow indicates whether
the shutter is opening or closing.
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CONSUMPTION
1
LOADS
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
This menu can be used for monitoring consumption though
graphs and tables.
„ Press Other and Scenarios to access the Scenarios menu.
1. Scroll through available meters.
2. Meter currently displayed.
3. Scroll through days / months / years / log.
4. Change day / month / year / log mode.
5. Change unit of measurement.
6. Change graph / table display.
7. Total consumption value for the displayed graph.
8. Instant load consumption value.
If you set the maximum consumption thresholds, the
consumption limits will appear:
• In "graph" mode: yellow line from 75% to 100%, red line
over 100%.
• In "table" mode: the checkboxes are coloured to indicate
the consumption level.
Période
kWh
0-1
0.001
from 0% to 75%
1-2
475.0
from 75% to 100%
2-3
596.0
over 100%
„ To change the time mode, the unit of measurement or
the type of display graphic, press the relevant drop-down
menu and select the desired option.
Grafiek
Tabel
For example, to change the display from “graph” to
“table”, click the “graph” drop-down menu and select
“table” in the window that appears.
SCENARIOS
Scenarios
The Scenarios section can be used to activate
programmed scenarios.
„ Press Other and Scenarios to access the Scenarios
menu.
„ Press the scenario to activate it.
Morning
Relax TV
Start Tour
scenario is running.
Relax TV
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the blue bar indicates that the
Using home automation Bridge Art. 20090334
If bridge Art. 20090334 is configured correctly: you will
be able to view the web pages for the home automation
bridge, while you will no longer be able to access the
"Intrusion zones" screen.
1° edizione 09/2014 cod. 2G40001203
to view the web pages for the home
„ Press H.A. Bridge
automation bridge.
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