AMX NXA-ENET24POE Installation guide

Installation Guide
MET-ECOM-DNS-B
Metreau™ Entry Communicator with Display
Overview
MET-ECOM-DNS-B Specifications (Cont.)
The MET-ECOM-DNS-B Metreau Entry Communicator with Display (FG2180-07-BK) can be
placed at entry points of homes, condos and hotels to provide audio/video communications
with anyone at a door or gate - all over IP. Any AMX Modero intercom-enabled touch panel
can interface with the Metreau Entry Communicator and allow residents to open doors, gates
and more.
Rear Panel Components
(Cont.):
• Status LED: Green LED provides an indication of both
the system status and communication status with the
target Master. 1 blink every 5 seconds indicates there
is currently active communication between the
Metreau unit and a target Master.
• 2 Multi-Purpose I/Os (5V): 2-channel binary I/O ports
for contact closure with each input being capable of
voltage sensing. Input format is software selectable
with interactive power sensing for IR ports.
• 2 Low Voltage Relays (1A contact): 2-channel singlepole single throw relay ports with each relay being
independently controlled and supporting up to 2
independent external relay devices.
Dimensions (HWD):
• 6.500” x 4.185” x 1.493”
(16.510 cm x 10.629 cm x 3.792 cm)
Weight:
1.30 lbs (0.59 kg)
Operating Environment:
32° - 104° F (0° - 40° C)
Colors Available:
Black
Included Accessories:
• Installation Kit - includes 2 Phoenix connectors (female,
3.5mm) and one Ferrite clip.
Other AMX Equipment:
• Rough-In Box (required for installation - FG039-13)
• PS-POE-AF Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) power supply
(FG423-80)
• NXA-ENET24 Managed Ethernet Switch (FG2178-60)
• NXA-ENET24PoE Managed Ethernet Switch, Power
Over Ethernet (FG2178-61)
Certifications:
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OLED display
Video Camera
Speaker
Dual Color LED Status Bar (Yellow / Red)
Pushbutton (Doorbell)
Microphone
FIG. 1 MET-ECOM-DNS-B Metreau Entry Communicator with Display
Refer to the Metreau Entry Communicators Operation/Reference Guide (available online at
www.amx.com) for additional installation details and instructions on positioning the integrated
video camera, using the Configuration Manager, using the full-duplex intercom, and NetLinx
Programming information.
Note: The MET-ECOM-DNS-B is intended for installation in interior or protected
environments.
FCC Class B
CE
IEC60950
RoHS
Rear Panel Components
FIG. 2 shows the location of the rear panel components for the MET-ECOM-DNS-B.
Product Specifications
MET-ECOM-DNS-B Specifications
Power:
• PoE powered – no local Power Supply needed
• IEEE 802.3af Compliant
Front Panel Components:
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OLED Display:
Integrated Color Video
Camera:
OLED Display
Integrated Color Video Camera
Speaker
Dual Color LED Status Bar: (Yellow/ Red) can be used
to provide feedback, to attract attention for action, or as
general indicator.
• Pushbutton (Doorbell)
• Microphone
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•
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4-bit Gray Scale
1.6” Diagonal Display
180° Viewing Angle
2000:1 Contrast Ratio
Unit stores up to 50 .bmp images
• QVGA 320 x 240
• Supports Motion JPEG (MJPEG) and H.263 codecs.
• Viewing Angle: 42°
Speaker:
• 8 Ohm, 2W
• 80dB SPL (sound pressure level at 1 meter)
• Meets G.711 sound standard
Microphone:
• -40 dB sensitivity, built-in echo cancellation (telephone
quality)
• Full duplex communication
• VoIP Telephony
Rear Panel Components:
• Camera Viewing Angle Adjustment
• Ethernet Port - 10/100 Ethernet with PoE. LEDs show
communication activity, connection status, speeds, and
mode information:
SPD (speed) - Green LED lights On when the
connection speed is 100 Mbps and turns Off when the
speed is 10 Mbps.
L/A (link/activity) - Orange LED lights On when the
Ethernet cables are connected and terminated
correctly, and blinks when receiving Ethernet data
packets.
• ID/Reset pushbutton: Push to set the NetLinx ID
(Device only) assignment for the device. Push and
hold for at least 10 seconds to reset to factory default
settings.
Camera Viewing
Angle Adjustment
ID/Reset pushbutton
STATUS (red LED)
Mounting
Magnets
(2 on each side)
Ethernet Connection
2 Multi-Purpose I/Os (5V)
2 Low Voltage Relays (1A Contact)
FIG. 2 MET-ECOM-DNS-B (rear panel)
Wiring and Connections
Note: To avoid any damage to the electronic component, installation must be performed in an
ESD safe environment.
Note: Do not connect power to the MET-ECOM-DNS-B until the wiring is complete.
After you have completed the installation, consult the Using the Configuration Manager
section of the Metreau Entry Communicators Operation/Reference Guide.
Ethernet 10/100 Base-T RJ-45 Wiring Configuration
Mounting Specifications
The table below describes the pinouts, signals, and pairing for the Ethernet 10/100 Base-T
connector and cable.
FIG. 5 shows the recommended cutout for the MET-ECOM-DNS-B Rough-In Box. Use
these dimensions for wall surface installations using expansion clips.
Ethernet Pinouts and Signals
Pin
Signals
Connections
Pairing
Color
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TX +
TX RX +
no connection
no connection
RX no connection
no connection
1 --------- 1
2 --------- 2
3 --------- 3
4 --------- 4
5 --------- 5
6 --------- 6
7 --------- 7
8 --------- 8
1 --------- 2
White-Orange
Orange
White-Green
Blue
White-Blue
Green
White-Brown
Brown
3 --------- 6
The MET-ECOM-DNS-B uses CAT5/CAT6 wire via the Ethernet port for PoE power.
PoE (Power Over Ethernet)
Use the PS-POE-AF Power over Ethernet Injector (FG423-80) to simplify wiring and
installation by eliminating the need for an AC outlet at each point of installation.
Note: The MET-ECOM-DNS-B can be placed up to approximately 330’ (100 meters) from
PoE Injector.
• If used with a non PoE-capable Ethernet switch (such as the NXA-ENET24), then an
optional PS-POE-AF Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) power supply is required to provide
power to the MET-ECOM-DNS-B.
• If the MET-ECOM-DNS-B is used with a PoE-capable Ethernet switch (such as the
NXA-ENET24PoE), then no PoE Injectors are required.
Input/Output (I/O) Port: Connections and Wiring
The I/O port responds to either switch closures, voltage level (high/low) changes, or it can
be used for logic-level outputs. A contact closure between the GND and an I/O port is
detected as a Push.
• When used for voltage inputs, the I/O port detects a low signal (0 - 1.5 VDC) as a
Push, and a high signal (3.5 - 5 VDC) as a Release (this IO port uses 5V logic but can
handle up to 12V without harm).
• When used for outputs, the I/O port acts as a switch to GND and is rated for 200 mA
@ 5 VDC. This device can use up to 2 I/O ports (see table below).
• The PWR pin provides +5 VDC @ 200 mA.
• The GND connector is a common ground and is shared by all I/O ports. A common
ground is shared with I/O ports 1 - 4 (see table below).
I/O Port Wiring Specifications
Pin
Signal
Function
1
2
3
4
5 VDC
I/O 2
I/O 1
GND
PWR
Input/Output
Input/Output
Signal GND
Connecting The Device via I/O
When connecting the I/O port, the GND on the MET-ECOM-DNS-B must be connected to
the ground of the I/O device, e.g., a master or any third party I/O device.
Relay Port: Connections and Wiring
You can connect up to 2 independent external relay devices to the Relay connectors on the
Metreau Entry Communicators.
• Connectors labeled A are for common; B are for output.
• Each relay is isolated and normally open.
• Use A for common and B for output. Each relay is isolated and normally open.
I/O and Relay Connectors - Pinout Configurations
2
+5V
2
B
1
A
B
Relays
2
3
4
1
2
3
Positioning the Camera
Metreau Entry Communicators feature a Camera Viewing Angle Adjustment slider on the
rear panel of the unit that allows you to adjust the viewing angle horizontally from -15° to
15° (see FIG. 2).
The Camera Viewing Angle Adjustment slider is intended to be used at the time of
installation. It is not intended to be used for regular periodic adjustments. Once a final
installation location has been established, use the Camera Viewing Angle Adjustment slider
to set the desired camera angle, then finalize the installation.
Installing the MET-ECOM-DNS-B
A
I/Os
1
Note: Refer to the Metreau Entry Communicators Operation/Reference Guide for additional
installation details and drawings.
To install the MET-ECOM-DNS-B in to the Rough-In Box:
1.
Insert the Metreau unit into the Rough-In Box at an angle, sliding the bottom in first
(FIG. 6).
FIG. 3 shows the pin configuration on the I/O and Relay ports.
1
GND
FIG. 5 Recommended Cutout for Rough-In Box
4
Slide unit in until this Tab
clips into the Notch on
the Rough-In Box
Notch
FIG. 3 I/O and Relay connectors
Note: Do not use the relays on this unit for "secure" applications such as door and gate
releases. For security reasons, an external relay box put in a secure location will work
better for these devices.
Ferrite Installation (Required)
The MET-ECOM-DNS-B comes with a Cat5 Suppression Ferrite that must be clipped
around the Ethernet cable, inside the back box (no tools required).
1
2
Mounting Magnets
(2 on each side)
secure the unit to
the Rough-In Box
MET-ECOM-DNS-B
(side view)
3
Rough-In Box
(side view)
(complete)
FIG. 4 Installing the CAT5 Suppression Ferrite
FIG. 6 Installing the MET-ECOM-DNS-B in to the Rough-In Box
1.
Release the latch to open the plastic enclosure.
2.
Insert the Cat5 cable and close the enclosure.
Note: When positioning the Ferrite clip inside the back box, place the bottom of the clip flat
against the back inside surface of the back box, to allow sufficient room for the Metreau
unit. See the Operation/Reference Guide for details.
2.
3.
4.
Slide the top of the Metreau unit into the Rough-In Box until the Tab on top of the
Metreau unit reaches the edge of the Rough-In Box.
Depress the Tab to allow it to slide into the Rough-In Box, and slide the top of the
Metreau unit completely in, allowing the Tab to engage in the notch in the Rough-In
Box.
Push the bottom of the Metreau unit in, to fully seat the unit within the Rough-In Box.
For full warranty information, refer to the AMX Instruction Manual(s) associated with your Product(s).
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