TECHNICAL MANUAL EDITION 1.4 VX2200 DIGITAL SYSTEM

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TECHNICAL MANUAL EDITION 1.4 VX2200 DIGITAL SYSTEM PAGE 2 of 60 VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL VER1.4 CONTENTS PAGE Manual introduction 4 System introduction 4 System components overview 4-6 Digital door panels
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TECHNICAL MANUAL EDITION 1.4 VX2200 DIGITAL SYSTEM PAGE 2 of 60 VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL VER1.4 CONTENTS PAGE Manual introduction 4 System introduction 4 System components overview 4-6 Digital door panels 7-12 Digital door panel programming flow chart Functional door panels Vandal resistant functional door panels (Amplifier 138) Isolation card Bus exchange device Concierge unit Concierge unit programming flow chart Bus interface device 29 Audio telephones Low cost 316x audio telephones 33 Audio apartment station Art Videophones Video apartment station Art.5478, 5476, SL Vandal resistant apartment stations VR5178, VR Extension sounders and extension relays 46 Installation directions Dip-Switch charts Troubleshooting guide 51 PAGE 3 of 60 VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL VER1.4 MANUAL INTRODUCTION The information in this manual is intended as an installation and commissioning guide for the VX2200 Digital system. This manual should be read carefully before the installation commences. Any damage caused to the equipment due to faulty installations where the information in this manual has not been followed is not the responsibility of Videx Security Ltd. VIDEX run free training courses for engineers who are not familiar with the Videx product range. Technical help is also available on during office hours or via SYSTEM INTRODUCTION The VX2200 audio system is based on a 2 wire BUS for audio systems and a 6 wire bus for video systems. The system meets all the requirements of a small to medium sized installation. The digital front panels are available in several versions including the 800 series design (With either alphanumeric A-H feature or Name scroll feature), 4000 series design (With either alphanumeric A-H feature or Name scroll feature) and vandal resistant with optional alpha buttons A-H. All digital panels have the facility to call up to 998 users when using 2206N bus exchange devices (180 per block, 150 with 900 Series or 255 for versions combined with 316x telephones), each user has the additional feature of a personal access code to gain access to the building. Functional panels are also available with up to 64 buttons. All intercom telephones are addressed by means of an 8 way dip-switch located within each handset. SYSTEM COMPONENTS 800 Series Digital Front Panels (2202M, 2202MR) These units are built into a double 800 series module (stainless steel/s or aluminium/a) and have a 2 line16 character LCD display, speaker unit and numeric keypad with either 8 alpha buttons [A-H] (VX2202/2202M) or 3 scroll buttons (VX2202R/2202MR) to navigate the Repertory Names. A PC based programming kit is also available (SP37) which includes software and serial cable to simplify the programming of large installations. Vandal resistant Digital Front Panels (SP300, SP301) These units are based on the 800 series module electronics and have a 2 line 16 character LCD display, speaker unit and numeric keypad, and 12 gauge stainless steel facia with bezel back box Series Digital Front Panels (4202, 4202R, 4202V, 4202RV) The 4000 Series door panels have the same features as the 800 series version but are based on the 4000 series modular system and can also include mono or colour video within the two module design. Versions with either alpha buttons [A-F] or scroll buttons are available and include a high contrast blue back lit 2 line 16 character LCD display. The face plate is available in either mirror finish stainless steel (standard version) or matt finish anodized aluminium). Digital panels features: - Call up to 998 users (Version 5.0 software or later) (only 150 with 900 Series telephone); - Call up to 255 users when using 316x telephones; - Open the door by means of an individual personal access code - Enter the programming menu (by using a programmable master code), where it is possible to assign: a. Trade access code for periodic visitors such as postman etc b. one or more apartment numbers for each telephone c. one or more individual access codes (up to 6 digits) d. User name (Scroll facility door panels only) e. the device number for each outdoor station f. Choose from six languages g. speech play back system h. speech time and door opening time (up to 255 seconds); i. Automatic test mode - Connect up to 10 entrance panels (main or secondary). An installation can consist of main entrances (Which can call all users) and block entrances (Which can only call users in these blocks). On two level systems of this type a VX2206 bus exchange device is needed per block. The LCD display will show all relevant information during the call procedure along with acoustic signals and voice annunciation. 800 Series Functional module (2203-0, , ) Built into a single 800 series module and includes the speaker unit and interfaces to the digital bus. Up to 64 push buttons can be added to the interface using the 843, 844, 845 expansion button modules. (The 2203 is available with either 1 button, 2 buttons or no buttons) Series Functional Module (4203-0, , , D, D) Built into a single 4000 series module and includes the speaker unit plus 4 LED s to provide call progress PAGE 4 of 60 VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL VER1.4 information. Up to 64 push buttons can be connected (Modules available with button options 0, 1, 2 or 4). Using the standard 4000 series expansion button modules Art.4842, 4843, 4844, 4845, 4842D, 4843D, 4844D and 4845D. The module is available with front plate in stainless steel mirror finished (standard version) or in matt finish anodized aluminium. Vandal resistant Functional panels. (Art.138, VR4K2W) The VR functional panels include the 138 amplifier module. Up to 23 call buttons can be connected and the unit benefits from all the features of the 4000 series module plus a push to exit button input. Optional 4 way isolation PCB (2204-1) This unit isolates the telephones from the main 2 wire bus preventing a single telephone from compromising the system. One PCB is required for every four handsets. (The L & - terminals are isolated by this PCB). Optional 4 way isolation PCB with full isolation of all signals and bus connection. (2204N) This unit isolates the telephones from the main bus preventing a single telephone from compromising the system. One PCB is required for every four handsets. (The L, -, +12, S1 & D terminals are isolated by this PCB). A piggy back video isolation PCB is also available for this audio isolation PCB (Available in both coax and non-coax video versions). Non-Coax Video Distributor & 20Vdc Video PSU isolation (316I) Video splitter PCB for no-coax video systems, One required for every four videophones. This PCB can be used as a piggy back card to the 2204N Coax Video Distributor & 20Vdc Video PSU isolation (894I) As above but for coax video systems. BUS Exchanger (2206A, 2206V) For use with two level systems with main entrances and block entrances. Enables multiple speech paths (One per block). Use 2206A for audio systems and 2206V for video systems. BUS Exchanger (2206N) For use with two level systems with main entrances and block entrances. Enables multiple speech paths (One per block). The 2206N allows up to 998 apartments to be called from a main entrance and up to 180 apartments per block. The unit can also be used to extend a single level system up to 998 apartments using more than one riser bus cable. Concierge unit (2210A, 2210V) The 2210 allows an operator to handle and to transfer the calls from and to the users. Depending on the selected operating mode (day-night-off), it is possible to carry out different functions from the concierge. For video intercom systems, it is necessary to use 2210V (As 2210A but with additional flat screen monitor). 2 wire bus to 4+1 converter (2280) The 2280 enables the connection of either the Videx Telephone Interface (380) or the Videx apartment station (500MM) to the VX2200 system 2 wire Bus. Audio telephones (3171, 3172 and 3176) 3000 Series intercoms for the VX2200 Digital System. All 3 intercoms have a door-open/call to concierge button plus an electronic call tone with a 3 level volume control which can be adjusted by the user. The 3171 and 3172 have a dry contact service push button and the 3172 has a slide privacy switch. The 3176 has a timed privacy push button with red privacy LED and a green door open LED (The door open LED requires an additional wire). Audio apartment stations (5178, 5178/CA and 5178/CR, VR5178) 5000 Series surface apartment stations available in white, silver or carbon fibre finishes. Including features such as half duplex handsfree speech or optional simplex speech mode, timed privacy facility with LED, door open LED and additional service buttons. Also available in vandal resistant flush. Basic function audio telephone (3161, 3162) 3000 series low cost telephones with restricted features. The 3161 has a door open button and service button. The 3162 also includes a slide mute switch. These telephones can only be used on audio systems without isolation or a concierge. Videophones (3371, 3376, 3471, 3476) 3000 Series videophones with coax and non coax video options. The 3371 (3471 for colour video) has 5 buttons: door open /call to concierge, camera recall/alarm and 3 service push button. The 3376 (3476 for colour video) is similar to the 3371 but also includes timed privacy with red privacy LED, door open LED (Requires one additional wire) and one less service push button. PAGE 5 of 60 VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL VER1.4 Videomonitors (5478, 5478/CA, 5478/CR, VR5478) 5000 Series videomonitors with coax and non coax video options. Including colour video, timed privacy facility, half duplex handsfree speech (Optional handset kit or simplex speech option) and spare service buttons. A flush mounting kit is also available for these monitors which are also available in white, silver or carbon fibre affect finishes. Also available in vandal resistant flush. Extension sounder (512D) Extension Sounder in a white plastic wall mount box. Connects directly to the 2 wire bus. Extension relay (512DR) As the 512D but with a dry contact relay (24V 100mA) instead of the sounder. Non-coax camera module (830/NC, 830C/NC) 800 series camera module with infrared illumination. No coax required. (Colour camera 830C/NC has white LED s as oppose to IR LED s) Coax camera (830, 830C) As above but for coax video systems. Use 830NC /830NC/C for non-coax camera. Coax/Non-coax camera (4830, 4830C) A 4000 series camera with both coax and non-coax connections. Available in mono or colour. 1A DIN Rail Power Supply Unit (521B) For audio systems with battery back-up facility, 230Vac / 13Vdc/ac 1 Amp. Video Power Supply (893N1) For video systems, 230 Vac / 20Vdc 1 A peak current (0.8 A continuous current). Audio control cabinet (SP400, SP405) Lockable control cabinet for one door (SP400) and up to 4 doors (SP405) audio systems. Includes a BST/GMT time clock, PSU and facility for a backup battery. Video control cabinet (SP410, SP415) Lockable control cabinet for one door (SP410) and up to 4 doors (SP415) video systems. Includes a BST/GMT time clock, PSU s for both audio and video, video switching PCB (Multipe door cabinet only) and facility for a backup battery (Audio backup only). Non-Coax Video Distributor (316, 316N) Video splitter for no-coax video systems, One required for every four videophones. Coax Video Distributor (894, 894N) As above but for coax video systems. PAGE 6 of 60 VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL VER1.4 DIGITAL DOOR PANELS PAGE 7 of 60 VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL VER1.4 DIGITAL FRONT PANELS The VX2200 digital front panel is based on the 2 wire BUS (6 wire for non-coax video systems) system and is available in the 800 series & 4000 series modular design and vandal resistant format. The unit includes a keypad with vandal resistant push buttons, 6-8 of which are lettered buttons (from A to H on 800 series, A-F on 4000 Series and are optional on the vandal resistant panels). Alternatively the 2202MR/4202R version has a keypad with 15 vandal resistant push buttons, 3 of which are repertory buttons (,, ). All versions have a 2 line 16 character LCD display with back lighting and polycarbonate protection and include the speaker unit. It s possible to program up to 998 users (combining phone ID. And apartment number & block) into 998 memory locations (max 180 devices can be addressed using the 3000 series phones allowing multiple blocks with up to 180 apartments and more than one memory location can link to a single flat with different access codes and user names). A coded access facility is available on all panels offering a unique access code per user. Panels can be programmed either through the door panel keypad and LCD display or a PC interface (Recommended on large systems). Operation In stand-by mode: The unit displays alternatively ENTER FLAT NUMBER ( OR SEARCH on 2202MR/4202R) and a message which can be customised. It is ready to accept: a flat number via the keypad or search using the Repertory Name facility (2202MR/4202R only) pressing call will call the chosen number. A code can be entered by first pressing 0 or the code button (This could be a trade code, access code or code to enter programming mode). To enter a trade code, first press clear then the code. The code will only work if the trade input has first been shorted to ground (i.e. Through a time clock). To call a user: Enter the flat number (alphanumeric code up to 6 digits for 2202M and numeric code up to 6 digits for 2202MR) and press ENTER/CALL or scroll the user name on the display by pressing and buttons and press the button; the flat number is shown on the LCD display and the call is acoustically signalled. Then CALL IN PROGRESS appears until the user answers. In case of no answer or mistake, press CLEAR to end the call. SPEAK indicates that the flat has answered and a conversation with the user can take place. DOOR OPEN and an acoustic signal indicate that the user has opened the door. At the end of the conversation, END will indicate the system has reset and is awaiting another call. To open the door using the coded access facility : - press the 0 or code button, the display will show CODE:, enter the access code (up to 6 digits), a * will appear for each digit, then press ENTER ; if the code is correct, the LCD display will show DOOR OPEN on the second line and an acoustic signal will announce the opening of the door for the time programmed. - using trade code, press the CLEAR button; the LCD display will show TRADE: ; enter the trade code (for each digit a * will appear) and then press ENTER ; if the code is correct, the LCD display will show DOOR OPEN on the second line and an acoustic signal will announce the opening of the door for the time programmed otherwise a wrong code is signalled by an ERROR! message. Programming guide The VX2202M/2202MR PROGRAMMING flow chart shows the procedure for programming the door panel. The programming is carried out using the keypad or PC software. The programming is protected by a master code and enables the following features: - Change the master code; - Add/Change the Trade code; - program the apartment number/user name to the relevant dip switch setting on the telephone (Max. 6 char, numerical characters from 0 to 9 and alphabetical characters from A to H (numerical characters only for 2202MR); - program the block number associated to an apartment no (When the door panel is in main mode) - program an access code for each user; - program the speech time (1-255 seconds); - program the door opening time (1 255 seconds); - program the device number; (This is important when using video and or a concierge to allow camera recall and concierge functions to work correctly. (Each door must be a unique number). - enable speech play back system; - program the Master/Slave setting ( Master for the main station and Slave for all others); - execute phone address self test. How to program The digital door panel can be set to either MAIN MODE or LOCAL MODE. MAIN mode should only be used PAGE 8 of 60 VX2200 TECHNICAL MANUAL VER1.4 for panels that call all users and also includes 2206N devices in the system (One per block), use LOCAL mode for all other applications. To set a digital panel as MAIN MODE, power up with the 0 button pressed. To set as LOCAL MODE, power up with ENTER pressed (The mode can also be changed via the PC programming software. To use the digital front panel with 3000 series intercoms and videointercoms, press the ENTER button while powering up and wait until the display shows the message S3000, release the button. To use the digital front panel with 900 series intercoms and videointercoms, press the CLEAR button while powering up and wait until the display shows the message S900, release the button. The programming allows for both the inserting of new data and the modifying of existing data, therefore, the data in memory, even if empty, will be shown on the display to be either modified or confirmed. 1. From stand-by mode (display shows ENTER FLAT NUMBER ), press 0 or code and type in the master code ( factory default), followed by the ENTER button. A short continuous acoustic signal and the message ERROR! on the LCD display means a wrong code; try again with the right code. 2. The display will show NEW: : press ENTER twice to confirm the code or type the new master code (from 1 to 6 characters: numbers from 0 to 9 and characters from A to H ) and press the ENTER button. 3. The display shows TRADE C.: : press ENTER twice to confirm the code or type the new trade code (from 1 to 6 digits) and press the ENTER button. 4. The display shows MEM LOCATION:, press ENTER twice to jump to the next programming mode (step 5) or type the number of the Mem Location (0 for logo1, from 1 to 254 for flats or 255 for logo2) and press ENTER. After selection of memory location it is possible to insert user information: the apartment number; the Phone Id (Dip-Switch settings on telephone; the door access code and the user name (2202MR/4202R only), up to 16 characters. The programming now starts again from step The display shows SPEECH TIME:, followed by the value of the speech time previously set. Press ENTER twice to confirm the same time or type a new value from 1 to 255 (seconds) then press ENTER. 6. The display shows DOOR TIME: followed by the value of the time previously set. Press ENTER twice to confirm the same time or type a new value from 1 to 255 (seconds) then press ENTER. 7. The display shows DEVICE N.: (Door number) followed by the device number previously programmed. Press ENTER twice to confirm the current value, or type a new value from 1 to 15 then press ENTER. 8. The display shows the languages available (the language selected at this stage of the programming refers exclusively to the user messages, while the programming messages are always in English) with a flashing cursor corresponding to the active language: 0 = ENG (English), 1 = IT (ITALIAN), 2 = SP (Spanish), 3 = POR (Portuguese), 4 = FR (French), 5 = GER (German) ; press ENTER twice to confirm the same language or type the number corresponding with the new one; the system will jump automatically to the next programming step; 9. The display shows speech board available settings 0=NO 1=ST. 2=CMB. With a flashing cursor corresponding to the active setting: press ENTER twice to confirm current setting or type 0 to disable speech board, 1 to enable speech board with individual number spoken (i.e. Apartment 100 would be one, zero, zero.), 2 to enable speech board with combined numbers spoken (i.e. 100 would be spoken as One hundred). 10. If the display shows MASTER: YES, press the 0 button to set the unit as a SLAVE, otherwise, if it is a SLAVE (The display shows MASTER: NO ), press the 1 button to set it as a MASTER or press ENTER to leave the programming unchanged. 11. The display shows 1=TEST FLAT on the first row ENTER=END on the second row. Press ENTER to exit from the programming menu otherwise press 1 to start phone a
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