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CONTENTS VIDEOCITOFONIA

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Contents General rules for installation and safety instructions Components for video door entry systems Card calibration for monitors and fault finding guide Entrance panel description Camera description Coverage lenses - Additional cameras Additional power supplies - Chimes Switching modules, distributors, amplifiers and switchboards Accessories Video door entry system, single and multi residence with power supply Art. 6580 - (5580) 23: Video door entry system floor distributor Art. 5556/004 or Art. 6554 24: Video door entry system with one or several built-in recording functions "MEMOVISION" monitor 25-26-27: Video door entry system with one or several monitors in parallel 28-29-30-31: Intercommunicating video door entry system for single residence with power supply Art. 5581-6581 32-33: Intercommunicating video door entry system for multi residence with power supply Art. 5580-6580 34: Wiring example with different number of intercommunicating monitors and phones up to thirteen units max. 35-36-37: Video door entry system with several outdoor units, one video only, with switching module Art. 5590/001 and 5590/303 38-39: Video door entry system with several video outdoor units with switching module Art. 6591 - (5591/001) 40: General features of switching module Art. 6592 - (5592/001) 41-42: Video door entry system with several video outdoor units with switching module Art. 6592 - (5592/001) 43-44: Video door entry system with switchboard Art. 152/... 45-46-47-48: Video residential complex 49-50-51: Video residential complex with switchboard Art. 152/...A25 52: Wiring diagram for relay Art. 170/550 53: Wiring diagram for video amplifier Art. 5559 54-55-56-57-58: Versions from standard video door entry system diagrams.

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INSTALLATION VIDEOCITOFONIA

GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION Route the conductors through the relative ducts except for the lighting and industrial network wires. We recommend the use of coloured conductors to facilitate connection. For the camera entrance panel installation, please, note that: A) The camera operates between -5° and + 50° C; to avoid overheating, protected it from sunlight with some form of shelter. B) Lens must be protecteded against direct light (sun, car headlights, etc.). C) Persons to be framed by camera must be illuminated from the front. If lighting is insufficient use an additional external lamp powered directly by the mains. D) Before closing the unit, clean protective glass and lens, repeat this operation from time to time. Power supplies must be placed in a dry place far from sources of dust and heat. To facilitate check-ups and adjustments, make sure that the place is easily accessible. Fix power supply to wall with proper support and fixing screws provided with the package or inserting it with proper DIN module. Before connecting it, ensure that conductors are not interrupted or short-circuited. The installation should be made with lines separated from electric mains. For higher security level, all the appliances work with low tension and are separated from the electric-mains by a high isolation transformer. It is advisable, anyway, to put a magnetothermic switch with an adequate capacity between the supplying mains and the appliance. When repairing and/or servicing the power supply it will be sufficient to loosen the screws placed on the front side, after having switched off the power. In such a way it is possible to take away the front cover and measure directly the appliance. N.B.: Scrupulously follow the instructions in each wiring diagram and use the required conductor cross-sections in relation to cable run distances.

Conversion table of sections-diameters and relative resistances for 100 m standard conductors. Section mm2

0.12

0.25

0.35

0.50

0.75

1.00

1.50

2.50

4.00

6.00

Diameter mm - ø

0.40

0.58

0.68

0.80

1.00

1.15

1.40

1.80

2.30

2.80

Decimal diameter - ø

4/10

6/10

8/10

10/10

12/10

14/10 18/10

Resistance Ohm 100m.

14.00

6.60

3.50

2.20

1.70

1.14

0.39

0.28

4.80

0.69

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLERS - Carefully read the instructions in this manual: they give important information on the safety, use and maintenance of the installation. - After removing the packing, check the contents of the set. Packing material (plastic bags, expanded polystyrene etc.) are dangerous for children. Installation must be carried out according to national safety adjustments. - A safety switch, installed before the power supply, is recommended. - Before connecting the set, ensure that the data on the label correspond to those of the mains. - Use these sets only for the purposes designed, i.e. for video door entry systems. Any other use may be dangerous. The manufacturer is not responsible for damage caused by improper, erroneous or irrational use. - Before cleaning or maintenance, disconnect the set. - In case of failure or faulty operation, disconnect the set and do not open it. - For repairs apply only to the technical assistance centre authorized by the manufacturer. - Safety will be compromised if these instructions are disregarded. - Do not obstruct openings of ventilation/heat exit vents. - Installers must ensure that manuals with the above instructions are left with connected units after installation, for users' information. - All items must only be used for the purposes designed. - This manual must always be enclosed with the installation documents.

SYMBOLS

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A.C.bell

Bulb

Loudspeaker

A.C. supply from mains

A.C. buzzer

Push-button

Amplified microphone

Ground

Electric Lock

Switch

Receiver

Coaxial cable block

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MONITORS VIDEOCITOFONIA

COMPONENTS FOR VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEMS

MONITORS GENERAL FEATURES Three versions: FLUSH-MOUNTED , SURFACE-MOUNTED, DESK TYPE. Composed of: two-colour ABS plastic housing; handset, door-opening push-button; auto-switching key; button for additional services; brightness control; buzzer or electronic chime; high-tech circuits on interchangeable cards; supply voltage min. 15V; 625-line 50-image CCIR standard video signal (EIA standard upon request); 4MHz passband; 0.5-2Vpp input voltage of video signal.

SURFACE-MOUNTED 4" MONITORS Art. 5404/000 Art. 5404/800 Art. 5404/806 Art. 5404/812 Art. 5404/COL

4" flat screen; complete with buzzer and hooking plate. Dimensions: 202x220x80 Same as above, but with electronic chime with adjustable volume, preset for installations with conversation privacy and for installation with switchboard. Same as above with 6 push-buttons for intercommunicating calls. Same as above with 12 push-buttons for intercommunicating calls. Same as above 4" LCD flat screen colour.

INSTALLATION ADVICE Install monitor far from sources of heat and light. Fig. 1 - Monitor hooking plate is packed in upper part of box, see drawing point A. Fig. 2 - Fix metal hooking plate of monitor to 6-module standard back box (its base mounted at 1.40 m. from floor level). Fig. 3 - For mounting, use fixing screws. Hole is for passage of cable. Fig. 4 - When cable is externally installed, remove plastic as indicated. Fig. 5 - After connecting cables to terminal block, insert monitor following arrows 1 and 2. To remove monitor from its hooking plate, press a screwdriver against lock and remove it by following arrows 1 and 2. N.B.

Slide A adjusts intensity of call volume; knob B adjusts brightness; contrast adjustment through hole C; push-button D operates electric lock; push-button E: spare; F push-button allows the installation autoswitching from inside; keyboard G: push-buttons for intercommunicating calls (only for Art. 5404/806 - 5404/812).

A

B

C

Fig.6

NOTE: MONITOR ART. 5404/800 IS PRESET FOR SEVERAL FUNCTIONS AS INDICATED IN FIG. 6, POINTS A-B-C. FIG. 6A- NORMAL OPERATION FIG. 6B- OPERATION WITH CONVERSATION PRIVACY FIG. 6C- OPERATION WITH SWITCHBOARD It is possible to change this monitor into a desk version by using a proper desk conversion kit (Fig. 6): Fig. 7 Art. 5610/000 Art. 5610/200 Art. 5610/012 Art. 5610/212

for monitors Arts. 5404-5604/816B-5604/800-5404/800 same as above, complete with built-in power supply. Operates on 230V A.C. for monitor Arts. 5404/806-812 same as above, complete with built-in power supply. Operates on 230V A.C.

SURFACE-MOUNTED 4" AND 5" MONITORS Art.5601

Surface-mounted monitor with 5" reflex screen, complete with electronic chime and hooking plate. Monitor dimensions: 202x219x100

Art.5604

Surface-mounted monitor with 4" flat screen; complete with electronic chime and hooking plate. Monitor dimensions: 202x219x66

INSTALLATION ADVICE Install monitor far from sources of heat and light. Fig.1 Monitor hooking plate is packed in upper part of box, (see drawing point "A") Fig.2 Fix metal hooking plate of monitor to 6-module standard box (its base mounted at 1.40 m. from floor level). Fig.3 For mounting, use fixing screws. Hole is for passage of cable.

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MONITORS VIDEOCITOFONIA Fig.4 When cable is externally installed, remove plastic on back of monitor. Fig.5 After connecting cables to terminal block, insert monitor, following arrows 1 and 2. Fig.6 To remove monitor from its hooking plate, press a screwdriver against lock and remove monitor by following the 1 and 2 arrows direction. N.B. Fig.7

To clean screen of monitor Art. 5601/800 remove small glass pane applying a slight pressure and push it downwards. A) HANDSET B) BRIGHTNESS CONTROL KNOB C) CONTRAST KNOB D) PUSH-BUTTON Electric lock release. E) PUSH-BUTTON It may be used for auxiliary functions or to switch on installation from inside. F) PUSH-BUTTON Auxiliary functions (stairs-light, etc.). When this push-button is connected to the VIDEOMOVING system of entrance panel, keeping it pressed down, the vertical camera angle may be adjusted to frame people of different heights.

Fig.8 Adjustments on back of monitor Art.5601/800: Hole 6: vertical amplitude Hole 7: horizontal frequency.

FLUSH-MOUNTED 5" MONITORS Art. 5600/800

Flush-mounted 5" monitor with electronic chime (back box Art. 5609) supplied with hooking plate. Monitor dimensions: 202x219x74 mm. Back box Art. 5609 dimensions: 168x163x74 mm.

Fig. 1

INSTALLATION ADVICE Fig.1 Fig.2 Fig.3 Fig.4

Monitor hooking plate is packed in upper part of box, "(see drawing point "A") Fix metal hooking plate of monitor to back box (Art. 5609), base at 1.40m from floor level. After connecting cables to terminal block, insert monitor, following arrows 1 and 2. To remove monitor from its hooking plate, press a screwdriver against lock and remove monitor by following the 1 and 2 arrows direction.

N.B.

For adjustments, push-button functions and settings on back of monitor, follow instructions on Figs. 7 and 8 concerning monitors Arts. 5601/800 and 5604/800.

4" MONITORS WITH VIDEO RECORDING FUNCTION Art. 5604/816B 4" flat screen; complete with electronic chime and hooking plate. Monitor dimensions: 202x219x74 This set, with a high-definition monitor, may record 16 images by use of the modern MEMOVISION system. When the user gets home, he can see the persons who called with perfect clarity by simply pressing a button. The date and time of each call will also appear on the screen. Once the first call has been received, then nothing else can be recorded for a period of approx. 15 seconds, to prevent the same person to be filmed more than once.The monitor is fitted with LED which provides a signal whenever the automatic recording circuit is activated. The monitor is equipped with a mounting facility for a rechargeable battery (IEC type, 6LR61, 9V, 120 mA) to retain recorded images in the case of power failure. For installation follow instructions in Figs. 1-6 for monitor Art. 5604/800.

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VIDEOCITOFONIA DESCRIPTION A) HANDSET B) BRIGHTNESS CONTROL KNOB C) CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT KNOB D) PUSH-BUTTON "

": electric lock release.

E) PUSH-BUTTON "

": it may be used for auxiliary functions or to switch on installation from

inside and to activate additional cameras (when these are installed). F) PUSH-BUTTON:"

" auxiliary functions (stair-light, etc.). When this push-button is connected

to the VIDEOMOVING system of entrance panel, keeping it pressed down, the vertical camera angle may be adjusted to frame people of different heights. G) “MEMOVISION” function keyboard. H) ON-OFF LED for automatic recording. 1.- DATE-TIME PROGRAMMING: This operation is necessary as these data appear on every recorded image. A.- Press the

pushbutton. The monitor is switched on and the

Example of date-hour programming displayed on screen.

figures for the day, month, year, hours and minutes will start flashing. Each time the

key is pressed the figures for the day

NUMBER OF RECORDING IMAGE HOURS

and hours will increase by one unit. B.- Press key

MINUTES

several times so that the day, month, year, hours and

minutes flash one after the other. Change the hours and minutes as

MONTH

necessary using the

DAY

key. Once the sequence has been started,

it must be carried through to the end by pressing key

times until none of the date or time figures are flashing. If during these operations, the internal set time expires and the monitor switches off, then press the key

YEAR

several

to continue.

* Symbol of direct image viewing - Current date and hour

2 - PROGRAMMING OF AUTOMATIC IMAGE RECORDING To activate this function, press the

push-button; the red LED (H) and the monitor will come on simultaneously, the latter indicating the hour,

date and number of recorded images (if any have been recorded). The monitor will turn itself off and the red LED is left on. The monitor will now record the images of anyone calling from outside. Once the maximum number of 16 recordings has been reached, the next (17th registration) will cover the first. N.B. By activating the automatic recording function, all the other keys are automatically inhibited. 3 - VIEWING OF RECORDED IMAGES De-activate the automatic recording function if previously activated by pressing the Press the

key; the RED LED (H) will go out.

push-button to view the first recorded image. In order to watch the entire sequence of images, press the same button more than

once. Once the sequence has been started, it is necessary to carry through to the end so as to reactivate the functions of the other keys and for the memory programming. will appear on the left side of the screen. Once the sequence has come to an end, the N.B. During the sequence of images, the symbol symbol will re-appear and the monitor will return to normal operation. The image-viewing function uses a timer fitted inside the monitor, operating independently of the timer in the main system and allowing the recorded images to be viewed even if in the meantime, the other monitors are using the video system for calls or other functions. Example of recorded image displayed on screen. 4 - VIDEO RECORDING RESET Press the

NUMBER OF RECORDED IMAGES

button and keep it pressed for 5 seconds to cancel the

contents in the memory. The monitor must be operating normally when this operation is carried out; (with the symbol appearing on the screen).

HOURS MINUTES

5 - MANUAL VIDEO RECORDING

MONTH

This function allows an image picked up by the camera to be recorded when automatic function is not activated (red LED off). When the call from outside is received, the image on the screen is recorded immediately by pressing the N.B.

DAY YEAR

key.

This function can also be used when the monitor is switched on from inside.

Recording image viewing Recorded date and hour 7

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SYSTEM CHECK AND FAULT FINDING GUIDE Monitor switched OFF: Check voltage between terminals 5 and 6 (15-20V D.C.), and voltage between terminals 5 and 8 (1015VA.C.). Screen with horizontal lines: adjust horizontal frequency Vertical shift: adjust vertical frequency

Monitor switched ON without image: detatch coaxial cable from camera and check it with a tester; 75 Ohms should be measured relative to load resistor placed in the previous monitor. Check whether the camera is powered (terminals +T, -; power 11-13V D.C.)

Black bars: check voltage between terminals 5 and 6 (this should not be less than 15V D.C.) Voltage between terminals +T, - of camera should not be less than 11V D.C.

Distorted or doubled image: check if 75-Ohm load resistor is inserted in last monitor. Whistling sounds in the audio section: If, when the monitor handset is lifted, a whistling sound can be heard (Larsen effect), turn down the speech unit volume by adjusting the potentiometer on the power supply. If the problem persists, the internal volume should be turned down sligthly by adjusting the relative trimmer on the outdoor station or on the camera.

CARD CALIBRATIONS ON MONITORS ARTS. 5600 - 5601 P1 P2 P3 P4 BLO -

Minimum brightness Focus Vertical frequency Vertical amplitude Horizontal linearity and amplitude

CARD CALIBRATIONS ON MONITORS ARTS. 5404 - 5604 VR01 VR02 VR03 VR04 VR05 VR06 VR07 -

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Focus Vertical synchronism Horizontal synchronism Vertical linearity Vertical amplitude Screen Horizontal amplitude

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ENTRANCE PANELS VIDEOCITOFONIA

INSTALLATION Before installing the equipment, choose a location for the camera entrance panel; the camera should be protected from direct light (sun, car headiights etc.) as this may affect the quality of the picture, and may damage the camera. Some cameras are equipped with infrared LEDS allowing perfect picture at one metre distance. It is advisable to protect panel with some form of weatherproof shelter. Series 5540 Entrance panel in anodized aluminium; complete with flush-mounted back-box with the option to use rainproof frames; WITHOUT CAMERA. These entrance panels can be matched with modular panels Art. 2950/... with push-buttons only. *N.B. Camera Art.554/00R with VIDEOMOVING system may be mounted on panels. When ordering add letter C to ref. code, before push-button number (eg. 5540/C01). Series 2950 Entrance panels in anodized aluminium; complete with flush-mounted back box and connectors for mounting to camera entrance panel. To be used for combination with entrance panels exceeding 10 push-buttons to be matched with entrance panels series 5540. *N.B. Modular panels and camera entrance panels with matching letters may be combined. Series 4/... Frames in anodized aluminium with 38mm maximum depth to be added to series 5540 entrance panels for modification into rainproof version. N.B. Rainproof frames and series 5540 entrance panels with matching letters may be combined. MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS (Fig. 1) 1: Remove front plate as follows: (N. B. screws in base have already been loosened). 2: Lift lower border of front plate slightly outwards and upwards. 3-4: Detach front plate by pulling it downwards.

FLUSH-MOUNTED MODULAR ENTRANCE PANELS Art. 5540/000 5540/001 5540/002 5540/003 5540/004 5540/005 5540/006 5540/007 5540/008 5540/009 5540/010

Push-button number 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

* c c d e f g h i l m n

Plate dimensions 100x249 100x249 100x271 100x299 100x327 100x355 100x383 100x411 100x439 100x467 100x495

Back box dimensions 89x220x50 89x220x50 89x248x50 89x276x50 89x304x50 89x332x50 89x360x50 89x388x50 89x416x50 89x444x50 89x472x50

ADDITIONAL MODULAR ENTRANCE PANEL Art. 2950/007 2950/008 2950/009 2950/010 2950/011 2950/012 2950/013 2950/014 2950/015 2950/016

Push-button number 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

* c d e f g h i l m n

Plate dimensions 100x249 100x271 100x299 100x327 100x355 100x383 100x411 100x439 100x467 100x495

Back box dimensions 89x220x50 89x248x50 89x276x50 89x304x50 89x332x50 89x360x50 89x388x50 89x416x50 89x444x50 89x472x50

ADDITIONAL FRAMES WITH RAINPROOF COVERS Art. 1 Module 4/0C1 4/0D1 4/0E1 4/0F1 4/0G1 4/0H1 4/0I1 4/0L1 4/0M1 4/0N1 118

Art. 2 Modules 4/0C2 4/0D2 4/0E2 4/0F2 4/0G2 4/0H2 4/0I2 4/0L2 4/0M2 4/0N2 218

Art. 3 Modules 4/0C3 4/0D3 4/0E3 4/0F3 4/0G3 4/0H3 4/0I3 4/0L3 4/0M3 4/0N3 310

Art. 4 Modules 4/0C4 4/0D4 4/0E4 4/0F4 4/0G4 4/0H4 4/0I4 4/0L4 4/0M4 4/0N4 418

HEIGHT (mm) 262 290 318 346 374 402 430 458 486 514 WIDTH

Fig. 1

Mount camera at its place (Fig. 2) and carry out connections on removable terminal block (point B). Close entrance panel again by mounting panel and carrying out Fig.1 operations, described in the previous point, but this time in the opposite sequence. Eventually fix security screw placed on lower border with the special key provided (point A). When using rainproof frames series 4/... put them between flush mounting back box and push-button holder supports fixing them with the screws provided (Fig. 3). When using additional entrance panels Art. 2950/.. separate their back boxes and join them to back box of camera using special connectors and spacers before mounting them. For the passage of the conductors from one back box to the other remove the plastic cover over the connector slides. A rainproof frame may also be used, by inserting cameras and pushbutton modular supports and blocking them with proper hooks (Fig. 4). Eventually fix everything on flush-mounted back boxes and fasten it with the security key provided. Flush-mount back box or rainproof cover top at 1.65m from ground level (Fig. 5). 9

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Series 5449 Panel in natural anodized aluminium, with top and base in precast aluminium; WITHOUT CAMERA. Preset for CCD camera Art. 554 with built-in speech unit and infrared lighting. Fitted with tamperproof screw-type lock.

Series 2995 Entrance panels with push-buttons only to be combined with entrance panels for video door entry systems series 5449 in natural anodized aluminium. N.B. Additional panels with same letter codes may be combined.

SURFACE WALL-MOUNTED ENTRANCE PANELS WITH LOW PROFILE ARTICLE PUSH-BUTTON * PLATE NUMBER DIMENSIONS 5449/S00 0 d 100x271x35 5449/S01 1 d 100x271x35 5449/S02 2 e 100x299x35 5449/S03 3 f 100x327x35

ADDITIONAL ENTRANCE PANELS ARTICLE PUSH-BUTTON * NUMBER 2995/008 8 d 2995/009 9 e 2995/010 10 f

PLATE DIMENSIONS 100x271x35 100x299x35 100x327x35

Fig. 1 MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS Fig. 2

100 40"

Fig. 1 - If installed on gates, fit a metallic plate on which entrance panel can be fixed. Fig. 2 - For mounting of wiring cables use proper holes by removing plastic caps placed in the bottom of the entrance panel. Fig. 3 - When using additional modular panels, match them with camera entrance panel, paying attention that they are at the same height. Fig. 4 - Fix entrance panel, by keeping top of panel at 1.65 m. from ground level.

165 65"

NAME-TAG REMOVAL Name-tag can be removed by proceeding according to the following operations: 1 - Separate first front plate from support. 2 - Remove tag-holder, by applying slight pressure between upper and lower borders (Fig. 5), and then remove name-tag. 3 - Insert name-tag and name-tag holder again and block the latter, until it is clutched on push-button.

Fig. 3 Fig. 4

Fig. 5

Series 3290 Die-cast aluminium plate with special paint treatment; die-cast aluminium back box; metallic buttons with nametags removable from rear; panel bulb 24V 3W; security fitting system with stainless steel screws, screwed into galvanized steel frame with special key; socket for cameras (Arts. 554/H50, 554/COL and 554/00R). They can be mounted with flush-mount back box Art. 3205 or with rainproof cover Art. 320P - 322P 323P. Available with 1 or 2 simple push-buttons or with 4 double push-buttons in two rows. Possibility of fitting panels from 3250 series with push-buttons only. Antitheft protection by security lock.

Series 3250 Panels with push-buttons only with same manufacturing features as previous panels. They may be matched to panels Art. 3290 to increase the number of pushbuttons. ** The buttons are arranged in two rows. * The buttons are arranged in a single row. 10

VANDAL RESISTANT CAMERA ENTRANCE PANELS Art. 3291 3292 3294

Push-button number 1* 2* 4**

Plate dimensions 120x278x18 120x278x18 120x278x18

Back box dimensions 111x265x45 111x265x45 111x265x45

VANDAL RESISTANT ENTRANCE PANELS WITH PUSH-BUTTONS ONLY Art. 3256 3258 3262 3266

Push-button number 6* 8* 12** 16**

Plate dimensions 120x278x18 120x278x18 120x278x18 120x278x18

Back box dimensions 111x265x45 111x265x45 111x265x45 111x265x45

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ENTRANCE PANELS VIDEOCITOFONIA MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS Fig. 1 The drawing shows the components of the panel: A - Front plate B - Camera C - Frame D - Back-box E - Special key for security screws F- Removable terminal block to facilitate camera wiring. G - Anti-theft security key. Figs. 2 - 3 These panels may be made up either horizontally or vertically. In this case back-boxes are separated from the panels and frames and assembled as shown in the drawing, in order to be able to mount them at the same height. For this purpose use the lock bars to fix the boxes vertically and horizontally. Fig. 4 To gain access to the name-tags, take out the name-tag holder from the rear, as shown in the drawing. Fig. 5 Make the holes for the electric wires to pass through, placing the wires in the correct position.

Fig. 1

Fig. 2 Fig. 3 E

Carry out connections to camera by means of removable terminal block (Fig.1 point "F"), wire push-buttons, bulb and door-lock. After testing, fit front plate, by using security screws with special supplied key (Fig.1 point "E").

Fig. 4

Fig. 6 Fig. 7

Flush-mount back box top at 1.65m from ground level. (Fig.6). Fig. 5

ENTRANCE PANEL FOR VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEMS WITH LETTER-BOX AND FRONT OR REAR OPENING

165 65"

Mounting with rainproof cover (Fig. 7). The rain-proof cover is mounted on external wall-mounted vandalproof security panels. To install, follow the procedure previously described but without using the embedding box. The panel may be configured with 1, 2 or 3 rows using rain-proof covers Art. 320P, 322P or 323P respectively. ARTICLE

PUSH-BUTTON NUMBER

PLATE DIMENSIONS

2550/301 2550/302

1 2

265x363x135 265x363x135

Art. 2550/301-302 Panel with housing, rainproof cover and front plate in profiled anodized aluminium; without camera and speech unit; preset for cameras Art. 570 or Art. 571 with "VIDEOMOVING" system and speech unit series 930.

1.40 - 1.70

MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS To mount camera entrance panel shown in Fig. 1 (min. 1.40, max. 1.70 m. from ground level; see Fig. 2). This panel is provided with letter-box with front opening. To obtain rear opening follow these instructions:

Fig. 1

Fig. 3

Fig. 3 - 4 Open front opening with special screw provided. Remove front plate by pulling it downwards after loosening screw A.

Fig. 2

D C

Fig. 5 Open rear part of panel by loosening the screws on lock block unit. Remove parts B-C-D and lock. Insert them again reversing their position.

B

Fig. 6 Carry out electric wiring to speech unit and to camera, write name on name-tag and block front plate. Then fix front opening with lock system removed from rear opening.

Fig. 6

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"MULTI-SYSTEM" MODULAR ENTRANCE PANELS The “MULTI-SYSTEM” modular entrance panel component system has been designed to provide the option of combining panels of various types of audio and video door entry systems using only a few basic components. The panels can be prearranged for flush-mounting and equipped with rainproof cover frames, if required. The same device can be installed on a wall surface using the appropriate back box. These products are constructed in extruded aluminium and coated with a paint, especially resistant to atmospheric attack, and technopolymers with excellent technical characteristics and provide a protection level of IP45. Several modules are available as described below.

The modules are easily inserted into the module-holder frame as indicated:

Fig. 2 Inserting the modules and module separators (detail A).

Fig. 1 Opening the frame.

Fig. 3 Closing the frame.

Fig. 4 Insertion of internal components on the keypad frame.

Fig. 5 Exploded drawing of flushmounted modular entrance panel for video door entry system.

Fig. 6 Exploded drawing of modular entrance panel for audio door entry system for surface wall installation.

Fig. 7 To reach name-tag, remove name-tag holder from the back, as shown.

1.40 ÷

The module-holder frames are available in 1 module (Art. 9081), 2 modules (Art. 9082) and 3 modules (Art. 9083) When the modular entrance panels are flush-mounted in a wall, the flush mounted back box, Art. 9091 is used for 1-module version, Art. 9092 for 2-modules, Art. 9093 for 3 modules. More modules can be obtained by combining the three models. Back boxes are constructed in hotgalvanized sheet steel with heads made from technopolymers. Each back box is supplied with two fittings permitting you to join several builtin models together (Fig. 1) so various models can be used contemporaneously providing more keys. Removing the plastic from the heads, located in correspondence to the fittings, creates a passage for connecting cables. Installation of camera entrance panels should be made between1.40 and 1.65 meters, measuring from its upper edge to the ground surface (Fig. 2). When more than one panel is used, we recommend using series 91XX hole-cover frame or the series 92XX rainproof cover to ensure that the plates are kept aligned and any damage which might be done to the wall during installation is covered (Fig. 3 and 4). If installation is on the wall surface, a series 93XX back box should be used suitable to the module-holder frames selected, together with the series 92XX rainproof protection of the same size.

Fig.1 Fig.2 12

Fig.3

Fig.4

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CAMERAS VIDEOCITOFONIA

CAMERAS GENERAL FEATURES Fig.1

- CCD 1/3" sensor. - 3.6mm, autoiris lens, fixed focus. - CCIR standard video signal, 625 lines, 50 images. - 1Vpp video output voltage on 75-Ohm load. - Operation temperature -5° + 50° C. - 12V D.C. supply. Cameras are provided with removable terminal block (point B). Figures show camera coverage at 1 m. distance. Art. 554 Camera used on entrance panels series 5540-5449-3290 (Fig.1). Provided with infrared LEDS for subject illumination (Point A) and built-in speech unit. 12V D.C. 2VA supply.

Fig.2

Art. 554/00R Fig.3 Camera to be used with panels series 5540/C.. 3290/... (Fig. 2). It is equipped with VIDEOMOVING system allowing adjustment for inclination of vertical coverage angle directly from monitor. Complete with infrared LEDS for subject illumination (point A) and built-in speech unit. 12V D.C. 2VA supply. A Art. 554/COL Colour camera to be mounted on panels series 5540/C.. 3290/... (Fig. 3). Supplied with bulbs for subject illumination (point A) and built-in speech unit. This camera is used with colour monitor Art. 5404/COL. 12V D.C. 2VA supply

B

Art. 559 Camera with same features as Art. 554 to be used with "MULTI-SYSTEM" 9000 and PATAVIUM series modular panels (Fig. 4). The camera coverage zone can be varied by manually adjusting the vertical position of the lens. Art. 559/COL Video camera with the same construction features as Article 554/COL, for installation in modular panels from the 9000 MULTI-SYSTEM series or panels from the PATAVIUM series (Fig. 5).

Fig.4

Fig.5

B

Art. 558 Camera with same features as Art. 554/00R; to be used with "MULTI SYSTEM" 9000 and PATAVIUM series modular panels (Fig. 4). Adjustment of camera coverage zone can only be carried out by pressing the appropriate button on the monitor. Art. 570 Video camera with the same technical features as Arts. 559 but without speech unit (Fig. 7). For installation in modules 9020 and 9C20 on panels from the 9000 MULTI-SYSTEM series, and in panels 2550/301 and 2550/ 302 with built-in letterbox. 12 VD.C., 2VA. supply.

B

B

Fig.6

B

Art. 570/COL Camera with same features as Art. 554/COL to be used with "MULTISYSTEM" 9000 modular panels and PATAVIUM series (Fig. 6). Fig.7 Art. 571 Same as Art. 570, this camera also features the VIDEO-MOVING system which allows you to tilt the lens up and down from the monitor (Fig. 7). 12 VD.C., 2VA. supply.

Fig.8

COVERAGE ANGLE OF CAMERAS ARTS. 554/00R - 558 - 571 Inclination of vertical coverage angle on cameras Arts. 554/00R - 558 - 571 may be electrically tilted, in order to view people of different height or to obtain a full view when the entrance panel is not mounted at the recommended height. The drawing Fig. 8 shows min. and max. coverage angle of camera when this is fitted at an average height of 1.45m.

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COVERAGE OF INTERCHANGEABLE LENSES "C" LENS SPECIFICATIONS Lens Art.

Focus length (mm)

Diaphragm(F)

Width (F)

Coverage angle

2/003

3.5

MANUAL

1.4

67°

2/048

4.8

MANUAL

1.4

52°

2/813

8.5

MANUAL

1.3

41°

2/I16

16

MANUAL

1.4

20°

2/025

25

MANUAL

1.4

17°

2/050

50

MANUAL

1.3

13°

22/003

3.5

AUTOMATIC

1.4

22/006

6

AUTOMATIC

1.3

42°

22/008

8

AUTOMATIC

1.3

41°

22/012

12.5

AUTOMATIC

1.3

23°

22/016

16

AUTOMATIC

1.3

20°

22/025

25

AUTOMATIC

1.3

13°

22/050

50

AUTOMATIC

1.3

22/Z00

8.5-85

AUTOMATIC

1.8

32°-3.2°

Distance (d) b h b h b h b h b h b h b h b h b h b h b h b h b h

1m 1.3 1 1 0.75 0.6 0.45 0.3 0.22 0.19 0.14 0.09 0.07 1.3 1 0.70 0.50 0.56 0.42 0.38 0.28 0.3 0.22 0.19 0.14 0.09 0.07

2m 2.8 1.9 2 1.5 1.2 0.9 0.6 0.45 0.38 0.28 0.19 0.14 2.8 1.9 1.4 1 1.12 0.84 0.76 0.57 0.6 0.45 0.38 0.28 0.19 0.14

4m 5 3.3 4 2.3 2.1 1.8 1.2 0.9 0.76 0.57 0.38 0.28 5 3.3 2.6 1.3 2.26 1.69 1.53 1.15 1.2 0.9 0.76 0.57 0.38 0.28

6m 7.5 5.8 6 4.5 3.6 2.7 1.8 1.35 1.15 0.86 0.57 0.43 7.5 5.8 4 2.8 3.39 2.54 2.3 1.72 1.8 1.35 1.15 0.86 0.57 0.43

8m 10 7.5 8 6 4.8 3.6 2.4 1.8 1.53 1.15 0.76 0.57 10 7.5 5.2 3.8 4.51 3.38 3.07 2.3 2.4 1.8 1.53 1.15 0.76 0.57

10m 13 9.5 10 7.5 6 4.5 3 2.25 1.92 1.44 0.96 0.72 13 9.5 6.5 4.8 5.46 2.88 3.84 2.88 3 2.25 1.92 1.44 0.96 0.72

b h b h b h b h b h b h

1.74 1.30 1.20 0.85 0.61 0.43 1.74 1.30 1.20 0.85 0.61 0.43

3.48 2.60 2.40 1.70 1.22 0.85 3.48 2.60 2.40 1.70 1.22 0.85

6.95 5.20 4.81 3.40 2.45 1.70 6.95 5.20 4.81 3.40 2.45 1.70

10.43 7.79 7.21 5.09 3.67 2.55 10.43 7.79 7.21 5.09 3.67 2.55

13.91 10.39 9.61 6.79 4.89 3.40 13.91 10.39 9.61 6.79 4.89 3.40

17.39 12.99 12.02 8.49 6.11 4.25 17.39 12.99 12.02 8.49 6.11 4.25

50m 65 48

100m

15 11.25 9.6 7.2 4.8 9.6 65 48 32 24

30 22.5 19.2 14.4 9.6 7.2

15 11.25 9.6 7.2 4.8 9.6

30 22.5 19.2 14.4 9.6 7.2

65 48

"CS" LENS SPECIFICATIONS 2/S03

2.8

MANUAL

1.4

88°

2/S04

4.0

MANUAL

1.2

64°

2/S08

8.0

MANUAL

1.2

34°

22/S03

2.8

AUTOMATIC

1.4

88°

22/S04

4.0

AUTOMATIC

1.2

64°

22/S08

8.0

AUTOMATIC

1.2

34°

22/ZS0

6.5-65

AUTOMATIC

1.4

40°-4.2°

30.57 21.26

30.57 21.26

Technical notes During installation, make sure that the diaphragm for the manual lenses is fully open since the video camera automatically adjusts the light on the pick-up sensor by means of an electronic device. The choice of a lens with manual or automatic diaphragm must be made bearing in mind the lighting conditions in which the camera is to operate. We recommend, however, the use of lenses with automatic diaphragm series 22/... 22/S... when the camera has to operate against the light or in an environment with widely varying lighting conditions. When selecting the focal length, proceed as follows: 1 Determine the position of the camera and measure the distance between it and the subject. 2 Consult the lens table, and select the dimension of the subject to be filmed (B=base, H=height) in accordance with the distance calculated. Then read the table from right to left in order to identify the lens best suited for the installation in question.

ADDITIONAL CAMERAS Art. 5000 CAMERA BODY DIMENSIONS: 64x60x125 SUPPORT DIMENSIONS: ø57x145 Art. 5020 CAMERA BODY DIMENSIONS: 64x60x63 SUPPORT DIMENSIONS: ø57x 110 14

Additional CCD camera complete with mounting bracket for indoor installation. No lens supplied. Uses C-CS thread lens attachments with manual diaphragm lens article 2/... or automatic diaphragm lens article 22/... and 22/S... SUPPLY: 12 VD.C., CONSUMPTION: 100mA. Additional compact CCD camera complete with mounting bracket for indoor installation. No lens supplied. Uses C-CS thread lens attachments with manual diaphragm lens article 2/... or automatic diaphragm lens article 22/... and 22/S... SUPPLY: 12 VD.C., CONSUMPTION: 100mA.

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Art. 5A20-5B20 CAMERA BODY DIMENSIONS: 64x60x63 SUPPORT DIMENSIONS: ø57x 110

Additional compact CCD camera with fixed lens (A = 3.6 mm, B =8 mm) complete with mounting bracket for indoor installation. SUPPLY: 12 VD.C., CONSUMPTION: 100mA.

Art. 5A10-5B10-5C10-5D10 CAMERA BODY DIMENSIONS: 64x60x125 SUPPORT DIMENSIONS: ø57x 145

Additional CCD camera with fixed lens (A = 3.6 mm, B =8 mm, C = 16 mm, D = 25 mm) housed in thermoplastic housing. SUPPLY: 12 Vdc, CONSUMPTION: 100mA.

Art. 5299 CAMERA BODY DIMENSIONS: 90x100x280 SUPPORT DIMENSIONS: 45x80x260

Painted aluminium, water-tight container with polymer roof, complete with thermostat heating element and bracket for outdoor mounting. Compatible with all types of cameras. SUPPLY FOR RESISTOR WITH THERMOSTATIC HEATER: 24V A.C.

Art. 5T10

Rainproof cover for outdoor cameras 5A10-5B10-5C10-5D10.

ADDITIONAL POWER SUPPLIES Art. 5582/001 DIMENSIONS: 70x90x65

Modular additional power supply (4-DIN modules). To be used to activate two or more monitors at the same time, or to supply video accessories. (Add one power supply for each monitor). 230V A.C. SUPPLY. 10,5 - 13,5V D.C.; 0,25A or 15V D.C.; 0,8A. OUTPUT.

Art. 5682 DIMENSIONS: 70x115x65

Modular additional power supply (4 DIN modules); used as the power supply for monitor Art. 5604/816B with “MEMOVISION” system. It is always used even if only one monitor is used in the system. SUPPLY VOLTAGE: 230V A.C. 20V DC 0.6A OUTPUT.

Art. 9050 DIMENSIONS: 140x115x65

Central control unit for microprocessor-controlled door lock release. Stores up to 200 8-digit codes even during power failure. Safety key access for programming mode. The unit is powered by a 15V A.C. supply from the electric door entry system or transformer Art. 832/030. Connecting facility for module Art. 9015.

Art. 6583 DIMENSIONS: 208X135X72

Modular additional power supply (12-DIN modules). To be used for long lines in case of strong voltage drop to monitors or for supplying several monitors in parallel. 230V A.C. SUPPLY. 18V D.C. 2A; 13.5V D.C. 1.6A OUTPUTS.

Art. 6584 DIMENSIONS: 208X135X72

Modular power supply (12-DIN modules) for video-intercom systems on residential complex, with or without switchboard in porter’s lodge, to connect main entrance panel. 230V A.C. SUPPLY

Art. 832/030 DIMENSIONS: 70x90x65

Modular transformer (4-modul DIN). Used on installations with several switching modules Art. 5592/001 - 6592 and for panels lamps supply. SUPPLY VOLTAGE: 230V c.a. OUTPUT: 15V c.a.

CHIMES Art. 860/220 DIMENSIONS: 140X140X50

Surface-mounted additional chime with three notes and two pitches, wall-mounted, to be used in parallel with monitor. SUPPLY VOLTAGE: 230V c.a.

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SWITCHING MODULES DISTRIBUTORS AND AMPLIFIERS SWITCHING MODULES

Art. 5590/001 DIMENSIONS: 140x115x65

Modular automatic switching module (8-DIN modules). To be added to power supplies Arts. 6580 - 6581, for installations with two outdoor units, (one with camera). Automatic switching of audio, video and lock functions.

Art. 5590/303 DIMENSIONS: 140X115X65

Modular automatic switching module (8-DIN module). To be added to power supplies Arts. 6580 - 6581, for installations with three outdoor units (one with camera). Automatic switching of audio, video and lock functions.

Art. 6591 DIMENSIONS: 208x135x72

Modular automatic switching module (12-DIN module). To be added to power supplies Arts. 6580 - 6581, for installations with two camera entrance panels. Automatic switching of audio, video and lock functions.

Art. 6592 DIMENSIONS: 208X135X72

Modular programmable automatic switching module (12-DIN module). To be added to power supplies Arts. 6580 - 6581 for installation with two outdoor units. With these switching modules connected in series, it is possible to carry out any kind of video or audio system. Their programming activates the installation and the consecutive switching of all outdoor units. It is advisable to use video or audio entrance panels preset with ENGAGED-WAIT signs, Art. 2/291.

Art. 2/690

Harness with removable terminal block and 10-conductor plug, for connection of switching modules Arts. 6591 and 6592 with power supplies Art. 6580 - 6581.

Art. 2/591

Harness with 15-conductor plugs for connection of switching modules Art. 6592 when there are three or more camera entrance panels.

Art. 5493/800 DIMENSIONS: 140X115X65

Modular automatic switching module (8-DIN modules). To be used on installations with intercommunicating phones and monitors. During internal conversation, outdoor unit is automatically excluded. 220V A.C. SUPPLY.

Art. 6594 DIMENSIONS: 208X135X72

Same automatic switching module as Art. 6591, but to be used on installations for residential complex. Programmable for video or audio outdoor units.

DISTRIBUTORS Art. 5556/004 DIMENSIONS: 70X115X50

Modular video signal distributor (4-DIN modules). To be used at the floor supplied by monitors or on installations with several cable risers, supplied by Art. 5582/001. 12V D.C. SUPPLY.

Art. 6554 DIMENSIONS: 48X70X19

Miniature video distributor, 1 input 4 outputs, powered by the monitor or directely from the mounted unit. 12-18 V D.C. SUPPLY

AMPLIFIER Art. 5559 DIMENSIONS: 70x115x50

Modular line amplifier for video signal only (4-DIN modules); to be used when distance between camera and last monitor is more than 200m.; compensation up to 1000m. 12V D.C. or 18V D.C. SUPPLY.

SWITCHBOARD Article Art. 152/010.06 Art. 152/020.06 Art. 152/030.06 Art. 152/040.06 Art. 152/050.06 Art. 152/060.06 Art. 152/080.06 Art. 152/100.06 Art. 152/120.06 16

Lines 10 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 120

Dimensions 258x265x153 308x265x153 358x265x153 408x265x153 458x265x153 508x265x153 558x265x153 608x265x153 658x265x153

Switchboard for porter's lodge with internal/external switching; allows audio communication among switchboard operator and monitors (internal mode) and among entrance panel and monitors (external mode). This switchboard may be flushmounted at 93 mm. depth. N.B. This switchboard cannot be used in residential complex.

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ACCESSORIES VIDEOCITOFONIA Art. 61/001

Cable for video door entry systems (100 m rolls) consisting of 75-Ohm coaxial cable 3 mm diameter, three colour-coded 1mm2 conductors; nine colour-coded 0,5mm2 conductors.

Art. 61/002

Cable for video door entry systems (100 m rolls) consisting of 75-Ohm coaxial cable 3 mm diameter, three colour-coded 1mm2 conductors; seven colour-coded 0,5mm2 conductors.

Art. 65/001 DIMENSIONS: 80x125x28

Additional socket for desk-top monitors and interphones. To be mounted on standard rectangular back box or with expanding plugs with screws.

Art. 65/030 DIMENSIONS: 80X125X28

Additional socket for desk-top monitors and intercommunicating phones. To be mounted on standard rectangular back box or with expanding plugs with screws.

Art. 870 DIMENSIONS: 71X222X57

Additional interphone for electric door-opener system.

Art. 900 DIMENSIONS: 90X222X70

Additional interphone for electric door-opener system.

Art. 902 DIMENSIONS: 90X222X70

Additional interphone for intercommunicating systems; two push-buttons.

Art. 2/901

Desk conversation kit for interphones series 900-902 including base with 6-conductor cable and terminal block.

Art. 2/902

Desk conversation kit for interphones series 902 including base with 12-conductor cable, plug and socket.

Art. 2/922

Desk conversation kit for interphones series 902 including base with 22-conductor cable, plug and socket.

Art. 2/903

Single push-button. To be used in interphones Art. 900 - 902 to increase the number of push-buttons; one only can be used per each interphone.

Art. 2/904

Pair of push-buttons. To be used on interphones Art. 902-902 to increase the number of push-buttons.

Art. 2/906

This takes up the space of a push-button in interphones series 900 - 902 and indicates gate open, chimel disactivated or other signals. 15V D.C. or A.C. supply.

Art. 2/907

One-way switch module with a NC push-button. This takes up the space of a push-button in interphones series 902 instead of a push-button for several functions. 24V 0.5A operating voltage.

Art. 2/908

Additional big push-button for interphone series 902.

Art. 2/909

Two-way switching module for 902 series interphones.

Art. 2/910

One-way switching module with RED LED. This device replaces the two pushbuttons on 902 series interphones for different functions. Supply voltage: 15 VD.C. or VA.C.. 17

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Manual lenses for additional cameras; to be mounted on Arts. 5000 and 5020.

Art. 22/...

Auto-iris "C" mount lenses for additional cameras; to be mounted on Arts. 5000 and 5020.

Art. 22/S..

Auto-iris "CS" mount lenses for additional cameras; to be mounted on Arts. 5000 and 5020.

Art. 2/291

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Engaged lamp module; to be used on panels; series 5540, 5449 and series 9000 instead of a push-button; it consists of an external plate luminous sign "ENGAGED - WAIT" Use switching module Art. 6592.

Art. 2/292

Double key with name-tag and push-button, to replace single push-buttons on modular panels series 5540 and series 9000 to double the number of push-buttons.

ART. 170/001 DIMENSIONS 70x113x50

4-DIN module repeaters relay for additional bells or stairs-lighting. 12V D.C. or A.C. supply. 3A - 230V A.C. max. load to contacts.

ART. 170/101 DIMENSIONS 70x113x50

The repeater relay is the same as in previous models. It is used with the monitor to connect mechanical bells. 12V D.C. or A.C. supply. 3A - 230V A.C. max. load to contacts.

ART. 170/002 DIMENSIONS 70x113x50

4-DIN module double repeater relay for two different functions. 12V D.C. or A.C. supply. 3A - 230V A.C. max. load to contacts.

ART. 170/560 DIMENSIONS 70x113x50

4-DIN module dual function relay. Allows monitor auto-activation from inside and switching from first to second additional camera (if it exists).

ART. 2990/...

Surface-wall mounted entrance panels with low profile. Preset for speech unit Art. 930.

ART. 2995/...

Surface-wall mounted entrance panels with low profile, push-button only to support panels Art. 2990.

ART. 320X

Flush-mounted modular vandal-resistant entrance panels preset for speech unit Art. 930.

ART. 325X

Vandal resistant panel with push-buttons only ; to combine with panels Art. 320X for both vertical and horizontal compositions.

ART. 2/999

Security lock to be used in place of button on video door entry panels from the 5540, 9000 and 2900 series.

Series PATAVIUM

Brass audio entrance panels pre-arranged for speech unit 930 series or video entrance panel pre-arranged for camera with built-in speech unit (Art. 558-559-559/COL).

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DESCRIPTION OF SINGLE AND MULTI RESIDENCE VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM

POWER SUPPLIER ART. 6580 TECHNICAL FEATURES Basic power supply for all video-intercom installation with A.C. requirements (except for single or double family use equipment); in grey ABS housing; preset for mounting on cases with DIN 12-module support or with expanding plugs with screws. -

230V A.C. 50-60Hz supply (other voltages on request) 60VA maximum absorbed power. 18V D.C. 0.8A monitor supply. 13V D.C. 0.3A camera supply. 15V rectified voltage 0.3A continuous duty for push- button illumination (3x24V 3W max) Door lock output: 15 Vac 1A - intermittent service. Amplified electric door-entry system. Timer and automatic disconnection device of monitor previously activated. Interchangeable cards for quick maintenance. Removable terminal blocks.

PROTECTION OF POWER SUPPLY: - PTC SIEMENS type C840 primary coil of transformer, - 1st. secondary coil for internal electronic supply by F 3,15A 250V (F1) fuse. - 2nd. secondary coil for lock supply: F3A 250V (F2) fuse - PTC SIEMENS Type C945 against short-circuits and overloadings on chimes and external call lines. - Electronic protection against short-circuits and overloadings on monitor cable riser. - Electronic protection against overloadings to outdoor unit. ADJUSTMENTS P1 - Activation time adjustment for monitor and camera. P2 - Volume adjustment of speech unit. P3 - Activation time adjustment for electric lock. Dimensions 6580: 208x135x72 - Weight: 1.4 Kgs.

REMOVABLE TERMINAL BLOCKS OPERATION The video door entry installation consists of one camera entrance panel, one power supply and one or more monitors. When a push-button on the entrance panel is pressed, the chime rings in the corresponding apartment. Almost immediately the image of the caller appears on the monitor. The camera coverage area is illuminated by invisible infrared LEDS or by a normal bulb incorporated in the camera. If desired, the user may simply raise the handset, communicate with the caller and, if required, activate the door-lock release. In this case, door-opening time may be varied from 1 to 30 seconds using the potentiometer P3. The system turns itself off automatically after a preset time, adjustable from 30 to 90 seconds using potentiometer P1 inside the power supply. If the caller presses another user’s push-button, the previously called monitor is automatically disactivated without waiting for the end of the preset time. When testing the installed system, use trimmer P2 to adjust the optimal volume of the speech unit. For simultaneous activation of two or more monitors, one extra power supply (Art. 5582/001 or Art. 6583) must be installed for each additional monitor. A blocking circuit cuts off power to monitors if the line is overloaded or short-circuited. The power supply is also equipped with a specific device to eliminate any buzzing on the voice circuit caused by the use ot wires that are too long and/or too thin. Push-buttons with name-tags are illuminated through output 0-15 on power supply. Up to a maximum number of three 24V 3W bulbs can be connected. An additional transformer, Art. M832 or 832/030 is required for entrance panels with more than three bulbs. The power supply does not have an intercommunication section. It is possible however to set up a network of monitors and/or intercom phones by using the switching module Art. 5583/800 with the standard power supply (diagram vc1959-1).

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BASIC WIRING DIAGRAM FOR VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM LIST OF ARTICLES REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION (Diagram ref. VC2044 without floor distributor, vc2939 with floordistributor, vc2936 with video recording function) Diagram Ref. Art. Name Quantity A B B C D E F G H I L n

5404 - 5404/800 - (5404/COL) 5601/800 5600/800 + 5609 5604/816B 5604/800 6580 5682 5540-5449-3290, series 9000 and series PATAVIUM 554-554/00R-558-559-570-571-(570/COL-559/COL) 5556/004 - 6554 -

Monitor Monitor Monitor + back box Memovision monitor Monitor Power supply Power supply (only for Art. 5604/816B) Entrance panel Camera Electric lock 12V A.C. Video distributor Number of users

6+(n-4)+coax 7(8)+coax

7(8)+coax

N.B: Install an extra wire for each device (between round brackets) if the floor video distributor is connected.

7(8)+coax

7(8)+coax

L 6+n+coax

IMPORTANT: Power supplies Art. 6580 - 6581 can switch on two Art. 5604/800 - 5404 - 5404/800 monitors simultaneously and only one Art. 5600/800 - 5601/800; to provide for switching on several Art. 5604/800 - 5404 - 5404/800 monitors simultaneously , install an Art. 5582/ 001 after the second monitor, and for switching on several Art. 5600/800 - 5601/ 800 monitors simultaneously, install an Art. 5582/001 after the first monitor (see drawings on pages 25/26/27). For MEMOVISION monitors, Art. 5582/001 is not necessary because Art. 5682, which must always be connected to the monitors with memory, also functions as a supplementary power supply.

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8+n+coax

1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1 1÷n 1 1 1 1÷n 1÷n

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BASIC DIAGRAM OF VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM MONITOR CABLE RISER

Connect 75 Ohm resistor (supplied) to the last monitor, between terminals V2-M

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5404/800 Art. 5404

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5404/800 Art. 5404

Mains POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580)

NOTE For connection of cameras Art. 571-558 -554/00R with "VIDEOMOVING" system see version n°2. To connect colour monitors refer to variation No. 11. Video-intercom panel

Camera

5540 5449

554

series 9000

558-559 570-571

5540/C 3290

554/R

Series PATAVIUM

558-559

ABCDL1-

CABLE Art. 61/001

CABLE Art. 61/001

Video-entrance panel Additional push-button for lock 12V A.C. electric lock Camera with speech unit Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

DIAGRAM N° VC - 2044 21

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MONITOR AND POWER SUPPLY TERMINAL DESCRIPTION AND CONDUCTOR SECTION

POWER SUPPLY TERMINALS

SUGGESTED CONDUCTOR COLOUR (Ref. Cable Art. 61/001)

1: 2: 3: -: +: S:

SKY BLUE WHITE PINK BLACK SECT. 1mm RED SECT. 1mm BROWN

Handset receiver Handset microphone N.U. Negative terminal of monitor supply - Common phone line Positive terminal of 18V D.C. 0.8A monitor supply Control of lock relay

M1-M2: Block of coaxial cable shield V1-V2: Block of video signal (standard CCIR-EIA) 6: 7: 8: +T: -: AM: 0: 15:

S1: ST:

Common phone line for speech unit Speech unit microphone Speech unit loudspeaker 13V D.C. 0.3A camera supply Negative line for camera supply Short-circuited to negative line, it blocks monitor activation 0V 15V 250mA voltage on continuous operation. For lock supply and push-buttons lighting lamps (3x24V 3W max.) Wiring to electric lock 15V D.C. 50 mA output on continuous operation.

MONITOR TERMINALS 1: 2: 3:

Handset receiver Handset microphone Common phone line

4:

Lamp push-button

5: 6: 7: 8: 9: 10:

Supply negative 15V D.C. minimum Supply positive input voltage Not in use (or monitor memory supply Art.5604/816B) Call on chime (min. 9V A.C.) Door lock push-button 12V D.C. output for video distributor

11-12: V1-M: V2-M:

Additional push-buttonwith free contacts 75-Ohm video cable connection: input Video cable connection: output or 75-Ohm load on last resistor.

CONDUCTOR SECTION DIAMETER FOR VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM(mm2)

22

Terminals

up to 50 mt.

up to 100 mt.

up to 200 mt.

- + Lock +T

1mm2

1.5mm2

2.5mm2

Other

0.75mm2

1mm2

1.5mm2

Video

75-Ohm coaxial cable (type RG 59) or RG11 double insulation

CONNECTIONS TO MONITORS

COAXIAL CABLE PINK WHITE SKY BLUE ORANGE BLACK SECT. 1mm BROWN

RED SECT. 1mm BLUE SECT. 1mm

CONNECTIONS TO CAMERA ENTRANCE PANEL

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VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH FLOOR VIDEO DISTRIBUTOR

CONNECTION OF FLOOR VIDEO DISTRIBUTOR ART. 5556/004 O ART. 6554 MONITOR CABLE RISER

Last floor

MONITOR (All types)

MONITOR (All types)

Second floor

MONITOR (All types)

N.B. TO SUPPLY VIDEO SIGNAL DISTRIBUTOR, CONNECT MONITORS LAST VIDEO DISTRIBUTOR TO TERMINALS 5 AND 10 ( - AND + OF Art. 5556/004 VIDEO DISTRIBUTOR) Art. 6554

MONITOR (All types)

MONITOR (All types)

VIDEO DISTRIBUTOR Art. 5556/004 Art. 6554

MONITOR (All types)

Attention: Distributor Art. 6554 may be connected directly to the basic power supplier terminal +, instead of the monitor terminal 10. In this case max 10 video distributors Art. 6554 may be mounted in the same installation. All video outputs V1-V2-V3-V4 must be loaded by 75-Ohm resistors supplied. They must therefore be mounted on unused output terminals and on terminal V2-M of monitor. The last video signal distributor must be loaded by 75-Ohm resistor connected to unused terminal V.

Video-intercom panel

Camera

5540 5449

554

series 9000

558-559 570-571

5540/C 3290

554/R

Series PATAVIUM

558-559

VIDEO DISTRIBUTOR Art. 5556/004 Art. 6554 Mains

POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580)

First floor

CABLE Art. 61/001

ABCDL1-

CABLE Art. 61/001

Video-entrance panel Additional push-button for lock 12V A.C. electric lock Camera with speech unit Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

DIAGRAM N° VC2939 23

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VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH ONE OR MORE BUILT-IN RECORDING FUNCTION MONITOR

WIRING DIAGRAM OF MONITOR WITH BUILT-IN RECORDING FUNCTION ART. 5604/816B MONITOR CABLE RISER MONITOR Art. 5604/816B

MONITOR Art. 5604/816B

N.B. Each MEMOVISION monitor Art. 5604/816B must be supplied with a power supply Art. 5682. In case of connection of monitors in parallel in the same apartment, see version 1.

POWER SUPPLY Art. 5682

POWER SUPPLY Art. 5682

R1 Mains

Mains

Mains POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580) CABLE Art. 61/001

Video entrance panel

Camera

5540 5449

554

series 9000

558-559 570-571

5540/C 3290

554/R

Series PATAVIUM

558-559

ABCDL1-

Video entrance panel Additional push-button for lock 12V A.C. electric lock Camera with speech unit Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

DIAGRAM N° VC2936 24

CABLE Art. 61/001

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VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH TWO OR SEVERAL MONITORS WITH SIMULTANEOUS SWITCHING

VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH SEVERAL MONITORS IN PARALLEL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION Power supply Art. 6580 can simultaneously feed one monitor Art. 5600/800 or 5601/800 or two monitors Art. 5404, Art. 5404/ 800 or Art. 5604/800 by connecting them as shown in the diagram. With more than two monitors working simultaneously, use power supply Art. 5582/001 for each monitor, or use desk conversion kits with built-in power supply (for Art. 5404, 5404/800 and 5604/800 only).

LIST OF ARTICLES REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION (Diagram ref. vc2937 with two or more monitor in parallel and power supply Art. 5582/001; vc2938 with two or more parallel monitors and power supply Art. 6583). Diagram Ref.

Art.

Name

Quantity

A B B C D E F G H I L n

5404-5404/800-(5404/COL) 5601/800 5600/800 + 5609 5582/001 5604/800 6580 6583 5540-5449-3290, series 9000 and series PATAVIUM 554-554/00R-558-559-570-571-(570/COL-559/COL) 170/001 -

Monitor Monitor Monitor + back box Power supply Monitor Power supply Power supply Entrance panel Camera Electric lock 12V C.A. Relay Number of users

1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1 1÷n 1 1 1 1÷n 1÷n

6+(n-2)+coax

7+coax

7+coax

3

C 3

2

6+n+coax

2

L

F 8+n+coax

25

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VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH SWITCHING OF TWO OR SEVERAL MONITORS WITH ART. 5582/001

CONNECTION OF TWO OR SEVERAL MONITORS WITH SIMULTANEOUS SWITCHING AND POWER SUPPLY ART. 5582/001

MAX 1 MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 OR 2 MONITOR serie 5404 - 5604

R1 MONITOR CABLE RISER

*

N.B.: Leave resistor connected to the first monitor and disconnect from the others (see figure). On monitors Art. 5600/800, 5601/800 and 5604/ 800, resistor (R1) is connected to the terminal strip on the connection plate; while on monitors Art. 5404/800, Art. 5404 (resistor R1) and on monitors Art. 5404/806-812 (resistor R22) it is mounted inside the monitor.

MONITOR (All types)

Mains

*

*

POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580)

*

Mains POWER SUPPLY Art. 5582/001

CABLE Art. 61/001

Video entrance panel

Camera

5540 5449

554

series 9000

558-559 570-571

5540/C 3290

554/R

Series PATAVIUM

558-559

ABCDL1-

Video entrance panel Additional push-button for lock 12V A.C. electric lock Camera with speech unit Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

DIAGRAM N° VC2937 26

CABLE Art. 61/001

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VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH SWITCHING OF TWO OR SEVERAL MONITORS WITH ART. 6583

CONNECTION OF TWO OR SEVERAL MONITORS WITH SIMULTANEOUS SWITCHING AND POWER SUPPLY ART. 6583

MAX 2 MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 OR 4 MONITOR Art. 5404/806 Art. 5404/812 Art. 5404/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5404

MAX 1 MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 OR 2 MONITOR Art. 5404/800 Art. 5404/806 Art. 5404/812 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5404

R1 MONITOR CABLE RISER

*

*

*

*

N.B.: Leave resistor connected to the first monitor and disconnect from the others (see figure). On monitors Art. 5600/800, 5601/800 and 5604/800, resistor (R1) is connected to the terminal strip on the connection plate; while on monitors Art. 5404/800, Art. 5404 (resistor R1) and on monitors Art. 5404/806-812 (resistor R22) it is mounted inside the monitor. - Set the jumper on terminal block side to position “BC”.

* Mains POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580)

Mains POWER SUPPLY ART. 6583 (ART. 5583/001)

RELAY Art. 170/001

CABLE Art. 61/001 Video entrance panel

Camera

5540 5449

554

series 9000

558-559 570-571

5540/C 3290

554/R

Series PATAVIUM

558-559

ABCDL1-

Video entrance panel Additional push-button for lock 12V A.C. electric lock Camera with speech unit Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

DIAGRAM N° VC2938

CABLE Art. 61/001

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION When two or more monitors must come on at the same time it is possible to connect only one power supply as shown in diagram. Power supply Art. 6583 can simultaneously power 2 monitors Art. 5600/800-5601/800 or 4 monitors Art. 5404-5404/800-5404/,806-5404/8125604/800. 27

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TECHNICAL FEATURES OF POWER SUPPLY ART. 6581 Basic power supply for all video-intercom installation with possibility of communication with all appliances; in grey ABS housing; preset for mounting on cases with DIN 12-module support or with expanding plugs with screws. -

230V A.C. 50Hz supply (other voltages on request) 60VA maximum absorbed power. 18V D.C. 0.8A monitor supply. 13V D.C. 0,3A camera supply. 15V rectified voltage 0,25A continuous duty for push- button illumination (3x24V 3W max) Amplified electric door-entry system. Timer and automatic disconnection device of monitor previously activated. Interchangeable cards for quick maintenance. Removable terminal blocks.

PROTECTION OF POWER SUPPLY: - PTC SIEMENS type C840 primary coil of transformer, - 1st. secondary coil for internal electronic supply by F 3,15A 250V (F1) fuse. - 2nd. secondary coil for lock supply: F3A 250V (F2) fuse - PTC SIEMENS Type C945 against short-circuits and overloadings on chimes and external call lines. - Electronic protection against short-circuits and overloadings on monitor cable riser. - Electronic protection against overloadings to outdoor unit. ADJUSTMENTS P1 - Activation time adjustment for monitor and camera. P2 - Volume adjustment of speech unit. P3 - Activation time adjustment for electric lock. Dimensions 6581: 208x135x72 - Weight: 1.4 Kgs.

REMOVABLE TERMINAL BLOCKS OPERATION The video door entry installation consists of one camera entrance panel, one power supply and one or more monitors. When a push-button of entrance panel is pressed, the chime rings in the corresponding apartment. Almost immediately the image of the caller appears on the monitor. The camera coverage area is illuminated by invisible infrared LEDS incorporated in the camera. If desired, the user may simply raise the handset, communicate with the caller and, if required, activate the door-lock release. In this case, dooropening time may be varied from 1 to 30 seconds using the potentiometer P3. The system turns itself off automatically after a preset time, adjustable from 30 to 90 seconds using potentiometer P1 inside the power supply. If the caller presses another user’s push-button, the previously called monitor is automatically disactivated without waiting for the end of the preset time. When testing the installed system, use trimmer P2 to adjust the optimal volume of the speech unit. For simultaneous activation of two or more monitors, one extra power supply (Art. 5582/001 or Art. 6583) must be installed for each additional monitor. A blocking circuit cuts off power to monitors if the line is overloaded or short-circuited. The power supply is also equipped with a specific device to eliminate any buzzing on the voice circuit caused by the use ot wires that are too long and/or too thin. Push-buttons with name-tags are illuminated through output 0-15 on power supply. Up to a maximum number of three 24V 3W bulbs can be connected. An additional transformer, Art. M832 or 832/030 is required for entrance panels with more than three bulbs. In this system the user can normally converse with the external entrance panel. If, however, power supplier Art. 6581 is installed, users can converse with internal units by excluding the entrance panel. The external entrance panel is automatically disconnected by activation of the intercom call. Conversation with the external entrance panel is restored when the handsets of the two internal units are replaced.

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HOOK UP AND OPERATION The power supply is Art. 5581-6581. The layout shows a monitor and nine intercommunicating interphones hooked up to each other and the outdoor unit. Either more or fewer monitors and interphones can be hooked up, but the total number must not exceed the number of buttons on the external panel (13). When the number of units is less than 13, only hook up the terminal blocks for the installed units, leaving out the call wires for the others. Example: In the case of 5 intercom units (one monitor and 4 interphones as illustrated in the diagram above), connect terminal boards 1 to 5 to terminals 22 on the monitor and 11 on the interphones. Hook up as shown on the diagram, bearing in mind that the intercommunicating lines of the monitors (from terminal 15), correspond to the interphones (from terminal 4), except for the door lock button which is connected to terminal 9 for the monitors and terminal 7 for the interphones. The monitors have two buzzers, one for entry panel calls (monitor switches on automatically), and another for calls from other internal units. The interphones only have a buzzer for internal calls; install a supplementary bell Art. 2/817 for calls from the entry panel. EXTERNAL CALLS: When the entrance panell call buzzer sounds, lift the handset to talk with the caller. INTERNAL CALLS: To make a call, lift the handset and press the button corresponding to the internal unit you wish to call. The entry panel is automatically cut out. To answer an external call while communicating with another unit, terminate the internal call by replacing both handsets; now lift the handset to answer the entry panel call. The entry panel is automatically routed in. The button marked with the key symbol on the monitors releases the door lock; the final button is for auxiliary functions. The other buttons are for calls to other internal units. In the case of the interphones, the first button releases the door lock, the other buttons are for internal calls.

LIST OF ARTICLES REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION (Diagram ref. vc1893) Diagram Ref. Art. Name A B C D E F m n

5404/806-812 902+2/903+n° 2/904 6581 5540-5449-3290, series 9000 and series PATAVIUM 554-554/00R-558-559-570-571 -

Quantity

Monitor 1÷n Phone + additional push-button 1÷n Electric lock 12V A.C. 1 Power supply 1 Entrance panel 1 Camera 1÷n Number of intercommunicating monitors or phones Number of users

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WIRING DIAGRAM FOR VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM FOR SINGLE RESIDENCE WITH INTERCOMMUNICATING PHONES Connect 75 Ohm resistor (supplied) to the last monitor, between terminals V2-M N.B. On Art. 902 cut bridge from terminals 3-4-5 near the first pushbutton and remove the remaining bridge between terminals 3 and 5 (see drawing). Art. 902 is supplied with only one push-button. To increase the push-button number; add one simple push-button Art. 2/ 903 and several pairs of additional push-buttons Art. 2/904 (max. 7 to obtain 16 push-buttons).

MONITOR Art. 5404/806-812 PHONES Art. 902 + n°1 Art. 2/903 + n° Art. 2/904

Remove

Chime Art. 2/817

Mains POWER SUPPLY ART. 6581 - (5581) CABLE Art. 61/001

NOTE For connection of cameras Art. 571-558 -554/00R with "VIDEOMOVING" system see version n°2.

CABLE Art. 61/001

ABCDL1-

CT

DIAGRAM N° VC - 1893 30

To connect colour monitors refer to variation No. 11.

Video entrance panel Additional push-button for lock 12V A.C. electric lock Camera with speech unit Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

Video entrance panel

Camera

5540 5449

554

series 9000

558-559 570-571

5540/C 3290

554/00R

Series PATAVIUM

558-559

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POWER SUPPLY TERMINALS

SUGGESTED CONDUCTOR COLOUR (Ref. Cable Art. 61/001)

1: 2: 3: -: +: S:

Handset receiver Handset microphone N.U. Negative terminal of monitor supply - Common phone line Positive terminal of 18V D.C. 0.8A monitor supply Control of lock relay

SKY BLUE WHITE PINK BLACK SECT. 1mm RED SECT. 1mm BROWN

M: V1-V2:

Block of coaxial cable shield Block of video signal (standard CCIR-EIA)

COAXIAL CABLE 75 Ohm

6: 7: 8: +T: -: AM: 0: 15:

Common phone line for speech unit Speech unit microphone Speech unit loudspeaker 13V D.C. 0.3A camera supply Negative line for camera supply Short-circuited to negative line, it blocks monitor activation 0V 15V 250mA voltage on continuous operation. For lock supply and push-buttons lighting lamps (3x24V 3W max.) S1: Wiring to electric lock ST: 15V D.C. 50 mA output on continuous operation. CP-CR: 15V A.C. 0.5A supply for intercommunicating calls

MONITOR TERMINALS 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: 9: 10: 11-12: 15: 16-17: 18: 19-24: 19-30: V1-M: V2-M:

Handset receiver Handset microphone Common phone line 2nd push-button Art. 5600-5601-5604-5404 Supply negative 15V D.C. minimum Supply positive input voltage Not in use (or monitor memory supply Art.5604/816B) Call on chime (min. 9V A.C.) Door lock push-button 12V D.C. output for video distributor Additional push-button with free contacts Common intercommunicating push-buttons Intercommunicating chime Not in use Intercommunicating push-buttons Art. 5404/800 Intercommunicating push-buttons Art. 5404/812 75-Ohm video cable connection: input Video cable connection: output or 75-Ohm load on last resistor.

PHONE TERMINALS 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7:

}

PINK WHITE SKY BLUE ORANGE BLACK SECT. 1mm BROWN

CONNECTIONS TO MONITORS

CONNECTIONS TO CAMERA ENTRANCE PANEL

RED SECT. 1mm BLUE SECT. 1mm

MONITOR ELECTRIC DIAGRAM Art. 5404/806-812

AB= BC=

2 INTERCOMMUNICATING TONES 1 INTERCOMMUNICATING TONE

JUMPER REAR SIDE OF MONITOR

PHONE ELECTRIC DIAGRAM Art. 902 + n°1 Art. 2/903 + n° Art. 2/904

Handset receiver Handset microphone Common phone line Common push-buttons Intercommunicating call chime Door lock push-button

8:

Auxiliary function push-button

9÷22:

Intercommunicating call push-buttons

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION The diagram shows the connection of two monitors and eleven interphones (all intercommunicating among them) with the outdoor unit. More or fewer monitors and interphones may be connected (see Figs. 1-2-3-4 on page 34), but the total number must not exceed 13 units corresponding to the number of push-buttons. When the total number of units is less than 13, only the terminal blocks the relevant intercommunicating units must be linked, excluding the call conductors of the exceeding numbers. E.G.: with five intercommunicating units (two monitors and three interphones of the above diagram), the terminal blocks numbered from 1 to 5 up to terminals 22 of monitors and 11 of interphones must be connected. Carry out connections as shown in diagram, keeping in mind that the intercommunicating part of the monitors (from terminal 15 onwards) corresponds to the interphones (from terminal 4 onwards), with the exception of lock push-button which is connected to terminal 9 in the monitors and to terminal 7 in the interphones. Monitors are equipped with two chimes, one for external calls where monitors automatically come on, and one for intercommunicating calls. Interphones have only a buzzer for intercommunicating calls; It is possible to install a further buzzer type additional chime Art. 2/817 for calls from the outside. OPERATING PRINCIPLE External communications: when an external call is made, lift handset to communicate with caller. Internal communications: lift handset and press push-button corresponding to desired interphone. Outdoor unit is automatically excluded. If during an internal communication somebody calls from the entrance panel, both handsets must be hung up; for subsequent communication with caller, lift handset. Any conversation with speech unit or with other flats is automatically excluded. In monitors, push-button with key symbol operates the electric lock. ON/OFF key must always be switched on: it may be switched off only in case of long absences. Last push-button is spare. The other push-buttons are for intercommunicating calls. On interphones, the first push-button operates the electric lock, the others are used for intercommunicating calls. N.B. This installation may be carried out in a single apartment or in several apartments by using switching module Art. 5493/800 for each intercommunicating network.

LIST OF ARTICLES REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION (Diagram ref. VC1959-1) Diagram Ref. Art Name A B C D E F G m

5404/800-5600/800-5601/800-5604/800 902 + n° 1 Art. 2/903 + n. Art. 2/904 6580 5540-5449-3290 series 9000 and series PATAVIUM 554-554/00R-558-559-570-571 5493/800 -

n

-

Quantity

Monitor Phone Power supply Entrance panel Camera Switching module Electric lock 12V A.C. Number of intercommunicating monitors or phones Number of entrance panel calls

6

F 6

G 32

1÷13 1÷12 1 1 1 1 1 2÷13 1÷n

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WIRING DIAGRAM FOR VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM FOR MULTI RESIDENCE WITH INTERCOMMUNICATING MONITORS AND PHONES IN SINGLE APARTMENT ABCDL1-

MONITOR CABLE RISER

SWITCHING MODULE ART. 5493/800 Mains

MONITOR Art. 5404/806-812

Video entrance panel Additional push-button for lock 12V A.C. electric lock Camera with speech unit Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

PHONE Art. 902 + n°1 Art. 2/903 + n Art. 2/904

N.B. On Art. 902 cut bridge from terminals 3-4-5 near the first push-button and remove the remaining bridge between terminals 3 and 5 (see drawing). Art. 902 is supplied with only one push-button. To increase the push-button number; add one simple push-button Art. 2/903 and several pairs of additional push-buttons Art. 2/904 (max. 7 to obtain 16 pushbuttons).

Chime Art. 2/817 Mains POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580) CABLE Art. 61/001

Remove

Video entrance panel

Camera

5540 5449

554

series 9000

558-559 570-571

5540/C 3290

554-554/00R

Series PATAVIUM

558-559

CABLE Art. 61/001

DIAGRAM N. VC 1959-1 33

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WIRING EXAMPLE WITH DIFFERENT NUMBER OF INTERCOMMUNICATING MONITORS AND PHONES UP TO 13 UNITS MAX

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MONITOR Art. 5404/806-812

PHONES Art. 902+ n° 1 Art. 2/903 + n. Art. 2/904

MONITOR Art. 5404/806-812 Fig. 4 Five monitors and eight intercommunicating phones. PHONES Art. 902 + n° 1 Art. 2/903 + n. Art. 2/904 Fig. 3 Four monitors and nine intercommunicating phones.

PHONES Art. 902 + n° 1 Art. 2/903 + n. Art. 2/904 PHONES Art. 902 + n° 1 Art. 2/903 + n. Art. 2/904

MONITOR Art. 5404/806-812

Fig. 1 One monitor and twelve intercommunicating phones.

MONITOR Art. 5404/806-812

Fig. 2 Three monitors and ten intercommunicating phones.

Note: These wiring diagrams refer to a single residence installation. Call line (monitor terminal no. 8) allows simultaneous activation of all appliances. On installations for double residences or several intercommunicating apartments, terminal no. 8 of each monitor will be connected to entrance panel corresponding push-button. For a simultaneous activation of several monitors use an additional power supply Art. 5582/001 for each monitor added to the first one (see diagram vc2937 page 26)

DIAGRAM N. VC2195-1

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VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH SEVERAL OUTDOOR UNITS, ONE VIDEO ONLY OPERATING PRINCIPLE When a caller presses a call button on an external entrance panel, the audio/video function and door lock release are automatically activated for that entrance panel while the other entrance panels remain disabled. The last call made is given priority over all preceding calls. N.B: If the call is from an audio-only panel the monitors stay switched off.

LIST OF ARTICLES REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION (Diagram Ref. VC2192-1, 2193-1) Diagram Ref. Art. Name Quantity A B C D E F G H I L M N n

5404/800 5600/800 + 5609 5604/816B 5601/800-5604/800 6580 5540-5449-3290, series 9000 and series PATAVIUM 554-554/00R-558-559-570-571 2900-2990-2970-3200 and series 9000 930 5682 5590/001-5590/303 -

N

Monitor Monitor + Back box Memovision monitor Monitor Power supply Video entrance panel Camera Audio entrance panel Speech unit Power supply Switching module Electric lock 12V A.C. Entrance panel call number

1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1 1 1 1 1 1÷n 1 1 1÷n

N

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VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH SEVERAL OUTDOOR UNITS

WIRING DIAGRAM FOR VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH TWO ENTRANCE PANELS, ONE AUDIO ONLY, WITH AUTOMATIC SWITCHING MODULE ART. 5590/001

MONITOR CABLE RISER

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682)

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682)

A1- Entrance panel Art. 2900/... - 2970/... - 2990/... - 3200/... series 9000 and series PATAVIUM A- Video entrance panel Art. 5540/... - 3290/... - 5449/... and serie 9000 - PATAVIUM B- Additional push-button for lock C- 12V A.C. electric lock D - Speech unit Art. 930 E- Camera with speech unit Art. 554 - 554/00R -558 - 559 - 570 - 571 L1- Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

Mains

PRI

CABLE 61/001

POWER SUPPLY Art. 6580 - (5580)

SWITCHING MODULE Art. 5590/001 Connect 75 Ohm resistor (supplied) to the last monitor, between terminals V2-M

CABLE 61/001

CT

DIAGRAM N° VC 2192-1 36

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682)

CT

PRI

Mains

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682)

POWER SUPPLY Art. 6580 - (5580)

CABLE 61/001

SWITCHING MODULE Art. 5590/303

Connect 75 Ohm resistor (supplied) to the last monitor, between terminals V2-M

A1- Entrance panel Art. 2900/... - 2970/... - 2990/... - 3200/... series 9000 and series PATAVIUM A- Video entrance panel Art. 5540/... - 3290/... - 5449/... series 9000 and PATAVIUM B- Additional push-button for lock C- 12V A.C. electric lock D - Speech unit Art. 930 - 130/056 - 830 E- Camera with speech unit Art. 554 - 554/00R - 558 - 559 - 570 - 571 L1- Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

VIDEOCITOFONIA

CABLE 61/001

MONITOR CABLE RISER

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WIRING DIAGRAM FOR VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH THREE ENTRANCE PANELS, ONE VIDEO ONLY, WITH AUTOMATIC SWITCHING MODULE ART. 5590/303

DIAGRAM N° VC 2193-1

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VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH SEVERAL OUTDOOR UNITS

VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH TWO OR SEVERAL VIDEO OUTDOOR UNITS LIST OF ARTICLES REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION (Diagram Ref. VC2156-2, VC2176-2) Diagram Ref. Art. Name

Quantity

A B C D E E1 F G H H1 I L M N n

1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1 1÷n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1÷n

5404/800 5600/800 + 5609 5604/816B 5601/800-5604/800 6580 5682 5540-5449-3290, series 9000 and series PATAVIUM 554-554/00R-558-559-570-571 6591 - ( 6592) 6592 2/690 2/591 832 or 832/030 -

OPERATING PRINCIPLE When a caller presses a call button on an external entrance panel, the audio/video function and door lock release are automatically activated for that entrance panel while the other entrance panels remain disabled. The last call made is given priority over all preceding calls. N.B. Switching module Art. 6591 is used only for two video entrance panels. For additional entrance panels, several switching modules Art. 6592 are used connected in parallel among them with proper harnesses.

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Monitor Monitor + Back box Memovision monitor Monitor Power supply Power supply Video entrance panel Camera Switching module Switching module Harness for power supply and switching module Harness for switching modules Transformer Electric lock 12V A.C. Number of entrance panel calls

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WIRING DIAGRAM FOR VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH TWO VIDEO ENTRANCE PANELS WITH AUTOMATIC SWITCHING MODULE ART. 6591 MONITOR CABLE RISER Connect 75 Ohm resistor (supplied) to the last monitor, between terminals V2-M

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682)

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682)

NOTE Connect white wire on the power supply terminal 15.

Mains PRI

POWER SUPPLY Art. 6580 - (5580)

CABLE 2/690

SWITCHING MODULE Art. 6591 - (5591/001)

CT

CT

DIAGRAM N° VC 2176-2

A- Video entrance panel Art. 5540/... - 3290/... - 5449/... series 9000 and PATAVIUM B- Additional push-button for lock C- 12V A.C. electric lock D- Camera with speech unit Art. 554 - 554/00R - 558 - 559 - 570 - 571 L1- Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030 39

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VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH SEVERAL OUTDOOR UNITS

MAIN FEATURES OF SWITCHING MODULE ART. 6592 Programmable automatic switching module for two camera entrance panels. This unit is supplied with programming bridges preset for automatic operation. When a call is made from one of the two entrance panels, video, audio and electric lock functions are automatically switched. These switching modules have been designed for installations with several outdoor units and may be connected in series. A special device enables activation of installation from inside by an additional push-button on the monitor, and also enables sequential switching of all camera entrance panels. Installations with several switching modules require transformer Art. M832 for each module after the first (see wiring diagram). Wiring between power supply and switching module and between switching modules, in the case of several outdoor units, are facilitated by following harnesses: 2/690 black for wiring between power supply and switching module. 2/591 white for wiring between switching modules. OPERATION This module is equipped with 7 bridges, P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6 and P7 which when properly set, modify switching as follows:

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P1

DISACTIVATION OF AUTOMATIC LIGHTING PRIORITY If bridge is removed, monitor self-activation blocks possible communication of entrance panel with another user.

P2 - P3

1st ENTRANCE PANEL PRIORITY - 2nd ENTRANCE PANEL PRIORITY If bridge is removed, corresponding panel looses its priority. (Entrance panel with priority can interrupt communication of any entrance panel without priority). It is advisable to insert “ENGAGED-WAIT” module Art.2/291 into entrance panel without priority, which takes the place of a button in the outdoor unit.

P4 - P5

LIGHTING OF VIDEO FUNCTION ON 1st ENTRANCE PANEL - LIGHTING OF VIDEO FUNCTION ON 2nd ENTRANCE PANEL If bridge is removed, monitors do not come on when calls are made from corresponding entrance panel. (To be used when entrance panel has no camera)

P6

EXCLUSION OF 2nd ENTRANCE PANEL If bridge is removed, entrance panel is excluded from the cyclical sequence of monitor self-activation.

P7

CLOSING ON LAST SWITCHING MODULE If several switching modules are used, leave bridge activated only on last unit.

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WIRING DIAGRAM FOR VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH TWO VIDEO ENTRANCE PANELS AND AUTOMATIC SWITCHING MODULE ART. 6592

Connect 75 Ohm resistor (supplied) to the last monitor, between terminals V2-M MONITOR CABLE RISER

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682)

NOTE Connect white wire on the power supply terminal 15.

CABLE 2/690 MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682)

Mains PRI

POWER SUPPLY Art. 6580 - (5580)

SWITCHING MODULE Art. 6592 - (5592/001)

CABLE 61/001

CABLE 61/001

CT

CABLE 61/001

A- Video entrance panel Art. 5540/... - 3290/... - 5449/... serie 9000 and PATAVIUM B- Camera with speech unit Art. 554 - 554/00R - 558 - 559 - 570 - 571 C- Additional push-button for lock D- 12V A.C. electric lock LO- Engaged panel lamp Art. 2/291 (24V 3W max.) L1- Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

CT

DIAGRAM N° VC 2156-2 41

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CABLE 61/001

Mains

POWER SUPPLY Art. 6580 - (5580)

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682)

Art. 554 - 554/00R 558 559-570-571 F- Camera Art. 5000-5020-5A20-5B20 Art. 5A10-5B10-5C10-5D10 L1- Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

D- 12V A.C. electric lock E- Camera with speech unit CT

CABLE 2/690

SWITCHING MODULE Art. 6592 - (5592/001)

NOTE Connect white wire on the power supply terminal 15. CABLE 2/591

Mains

F

CT

TRANSFORMER Art. M832 Art. 832/030

CABLE 61/001

SWITCHING MODULE Art. 6592 - (5592/001)

Connect 75 Ohm resistor (supplied) to the last monitor, between terminals V2-M

VIDEOCITOFONIA

A1- Entrance panel Art. 2900/... - 2970/... - 2990/... - 3200/... series 9000 and PATAVIUM A- Video entrance panel Art. 5540/... - 3290/... - 5449/... series 9000 and PATAVIUM B - Speech unit Art. 930 C- Additional push-button for lock

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682)

MONITOR CABLE RISER

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DIAGRAM N° VC 2156-3

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VIDEOCITOFONIA

OPERATING PRINCIPLE Installation allows video-audio operation between door station and monitors (or interphones) in apartments. Switchboard operation determines the following operation: during internal operation (key IE released and part I switched on), switchboard allows private conversations between it and the interphones. symbol. To communicate from interphones to switchboard: raise handset and press push-button with To answer from switchboard, operator must press the key corresponding to the light on. Switchboard is provided with a 50Hz acoustic signal indicating busy line. An electronic device also switches all calls from entrance panel to door-keeper's bell. During external operation (key E-l pressed down and part E switched on), switchboard allows conversation without privacy between interphones and entrance panel. Switchboard operator can communicate only with the entrance panel. Calls from entrance panel are sent directly to interphones. The same push-button used to call switchboard operates door lock relaese by a special relay mounted on switchboard. In switchboards with more than 80 lines a multiplier key allows doubling of line number, i.e. every key enables insertion of two different users. To communicate from switchboard to an interphone: - lift handset - choose white or red lamp, corresponding to desired interphone, using multiplier key. - press line selector key, the lamp with the same colour as the multiplier key lamp chosen, comes on. To connect a different line, press multiplier key again. All other functions are the same. To replace a lamp extract it using tweezers {supplied), after removing top part of key.

LIST OF ARTICLES REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION (Diagram Ref. VP2038) Diagram Ref. Art. Name A B C D E F G I n

5404/800 152/... 6580 - (5580) 5540-5449-3290 series 9000 and series PATAVIUM 554-554/00R-558-559-570-571 170/001 836/030 -

Quantity

Monitor Switchboard Power supply Video entrance panel Camera Relay Power supply Electric lock 12V A.C. Number of entrance panel calls

1÷n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

SWITCHBOARD INSTALLATION Switchboard may be flush wall-mounted or flush/desk-top mounted. For surface wall-mounting, carry out following operations: open housing and loosen screws fixing the two metal side supports. Slide supports out and reverse their positions. Switchboard front panel is thus tilted, allowing handset hooking.

Door-lock release push-button

B Internal-external switching key Line selecting keyboard

Call push-button

Name index 43

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N.B. On Arts. 900-902 cut bridge between terminals 3 and 5.

CABLE 61/001

PHONE Art. 900-902

MONITOR Art. 5404/800 POWER SUPPLY Art. 6580 - (5580)

A- Video entrance panel Art. 5540/... - 3290/... - 5449/... series 9000 and PATAVIUM B - Camera with speech unit Art. 554 - 554/00R 558 559-570-571 C- Additional push-button for lock D- 12V A.C. electric lock E- Door-keeper's bell F- Camera Art. 5000-5020-5A20-5B20 Art. 5A10-5B10-5C10-5D10 L1- Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

Mains

Rrelay ART. 170/001

Connect 75 Ohm resistor (supplied) to the last monitor, between terminals V2-M

SWITCHBOARD ART. 152/... Mains

POWER SUPPLY ART. 836/030 30VA

VIDEOCITOFONIA

DISTRIBUTOR ART. 5556/004 - 6554

MONITOR Art. 5404/800

MONITOR CABLE RISER

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WIRING DIAGRAM FOR VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH SWITCHBOARD ART. 152

DIAGRAM N° VP2038

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OPERATING PRINCIPLE Use power supply Art. 6584, which allows connection of various apartment blocks with a main entrance panel. Every single block may be equipped with an entrance panel with or without camera and monitors in each apartment. Main door station may have a camera entrance panel with names of all users in all buildings. Art. 6594 in every apartment block, selects audio-video-door-lock connection of calling entrance panel (main and secondary). Every building is thus perfectly independent and enables simultaneous communication of monitors, in every apartment with its own entrance panel.

LIST OF ARTICLES REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION (Diagram ref. VC1930-VC2309-VC2310) Diagram Ref. Art. Name Quantity A B C D E F F1 G H I L M N O m n o x

5404/800 5600/800 + 5609 5604/816B 5601/800-5604/800 6580 5540-5449-3290, series 9000 and series PATAVIUM 5540-5449-3290, series 9000 and series PATAVIUM 554-554/00R-558-559-570-571 6594 5682 5582/001 6584 5556/004 - 6554 -

Monitor Monitor + Back box Memovision monitor Monitor Power supply Main entrance panel Secondary entrance panel Camera Switching module Power supply Electric lock 12V A.C. Power supply Power supply Video distributor Number of users in 1st building Number of users in 2nd building Number of users in 3rd building Number of buildings

1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1 2÷n 3÷n 1 2÷n 1÷n 1 1 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n

N.B. A complete diagram is obtained by putting basic diagram ve1930 - vc1932 and vc1929 together.

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DIAGRAM N° VE1930

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(drawing VC1929)

BUILDING WITH VIDEO PANEL

(drawing VC1932)

BUILDING WITH AUDIO PANEL

MAINS

POWER SUPPLY ART. 5582/001

MAINS POWER SUPPLY ART. 6584 - (5584)

TO OTHER BUILDINGS

DISTRIBUTOR ART. 5556/004 - 6554

A- Video entrance panel Art.5540-5449-3290 series 9000 and series PATAVIUM B- Additional push-button for lock C- 12V A.C. electric lock D- Camera with speech unit Art. 558-559-554-554/00R-570-571 L1- Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

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WIRING DIAGRAM FOR VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM IN RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX: CONNECTION OF MAIN ENTRANCE PANEL

DISTRIBUTOR ART. 5556/004 - 6554

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682) MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682)

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POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580)

N.B. The “AI-CH” conductors are to be considered only if the lodge switchboard is being connected to a main entrance panel.

MONITOR CABLE RISER

MAINS

TO MAIN ENTRANCE PANEL

A- Audio entrance panel series 2900-2970-2990-3200-9000 and PATAVIUM B- Additional push-button for lock C- 12V A.C. electric lock D- Speech unit Art. 930 L1- Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

N.B. Short-circuiting in switching module Art. 6594 - (5594/001) terminals S with CS main and secondary door-locks may be opened at the same time.

SWITCHING MODULE ART. 6594 - (5594/001)

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DIAGRAM N° vc1932

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48

DIAGRAM N° vc1929 -

TO MAIN ENTRANCE PANEL

N.B. Short-circuiting the switching module Art. 6594 - (5594/001) terminals S with CS main and secondary door-locks may be opened at the same time.

SWITCHING MODULE ART. 6594 - (5594/001)

Video entrance panel series 5540-5510-5531-5449-3290-9000 and PATAVIUM Camera with speech unit Art. 554-551-.554/00R - 558 - 559 - 570 - 571 Additional push-button for lock 12V A.C. electric lock Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

N.B. The “AI-CH” conductors are to be considered only if the lodge switchboard is connected to a main entrance panel.

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682)

POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580)

ABCDL1-

DISTRIBUTOR ART. 5556/004 - 6554

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5604/600B (+ Art. 5682)

MONITOR CABLE RISER

MAINS

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WIRING DIAGRAM FOR DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM IN RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX: BUILDING WITH VIDEO ENTRANCE PANEL

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VIDEO RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX WITH SWITCHBOARD

OPERATING PRINCIPLE Use power supply Art. 6584, which allows connection of various apartment blocks with a main entrance panel. Every single block may be equipped with an entrance panel with or without camera and monitors in each apartment. Main door station may have a camera entrance panel with names of all users in all buildings. Art. 6594 in every apartment block, selects audio-video-door-lock connection of calling entrance panel (main and secondary). Every building is thus perfectly independent and enables simultaneous communication of monitors, in every apartment with its own entrance panel. A switchboard may be connected to the main entrance panel with INTERNAL-EXTERNAL switching.

LIST OF ARTICLES REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION (Diagram ref. VC1933-1) Diagram Ref. Art. Name

Quantity

A B C D E F F1 G H I L M N O P m n o x

1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1 2÷n 3÷n 1 2÷n 1÷n 1 1 1 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n 1÷n

5404/800 5600/800 + 5609 5604/816B 5601/800-5604/800 6580 5540-5449-3290, series 9000 and series PATAVIUM 5540-5449-3290, series 9000 and series PATAVIUM 554-554/00R-558-559-570-571 6594 5682 5582/001 6584 152/...A25 5556/004 - 6554 -

Monitor Monitor + Back box Memovision monitor Monitor Power supply Main entrance panel Secondary entrance panel Camera Switching module Power supply Electric lock 12V A.C. Power supply Power supply Switchboard Video distributor Number of users in 1st building Number of users in 2nd building Number of users in 3rd building Number of buildings

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OPERATING PRINCIPLE SWITCHBOARD ON EXTERNAL MODE (push-batton l-E switched to E). On external mode there is an audio (without privacy) and video connection with main entrance panel. The switchboard is thus excluded from monitor connection and can communicate with door station if push-button P-E is pressed. Calls from entrance symbol. panel are conveyed to respective monitors, which may operate door-lock with push-button SWITCHBOARD ON INTERNAL MODE (push button I-E switched to I). On internal mode, conversation (without privacy) is possible between monitors and switchboard excluding main entrance panel. To communicate from switchboard to monitors, press call pushbutton of desired user. To carry out calls from monitors to symbol (on monitors series 5404-5600-5601-5604). switchboard, press push-button with To answer calls, switchboard operator must lift handset. During internal operation, all calls from main entrance panel are conveyed to switchboard. To answer, switchboard operator, sets push-button E-l to position E and keeps push-button P-E pressed for the whole duration of conversation. Secondary entrance panels are always in operation, even if switchboard is in position I. N.B. Switchboard Art. 152/...A25 must be ordered, specifying users' number of each block. SWITCHBOARD INSTALLATION Switchboard may be flush wall-mounted or flush/desk-top mounted. For surface wall-mounting, carry out the following operations: open housing and loosen screws fixing the two metal side supports. Slide supports out and reverse their position. Switchboard front panel is thus tilted, allowing handset hooking.

DOOR-LOCK RELEASE BUTTON INTERNAL EXTERNAL SWITCHING KEY

NAME INDEX

KEY FOR COMMUNICATION WITH OUTDOOR UNIT

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CALL PUSHBUTTONS OF 1st. FLOOR USERS

CALL PUSHBUTTONS OF 2nd. FLOOR USERS

CALL PUSHBUTTONS OF 3rd. FLOOR USERS

(drawing VC1929)

BUILDING WITH VIDEO PANEL

(drawing VC1932)

DISTRIBUTOR ART. 5556/004 - 6554 SWITCHBOARD ART. 152/...A25

A- Video entrance panel series 5540-5510-5531-5449-3290 series 9000 and PATAVIUM B- Additional push-button for lock C- 12V A.C. electric lock D- Camera with speech unit Art. 554-551-.554/00R - 558 - 559 - 570 - 571 L1- Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

Mains

POWER SUPPLY ART. 6584 - (5584)

TRANSFORMER ART. M832 Mains

CT

VIDEOCITOFONIA

BUILDING WITH AUDIO PANEL

Mains

POWER SUPPLY ART. 5582/001

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DIAGRAM N° vc1933-1

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RELAY ART. 170/550 VIDEOCITOFONIA OPERATION Relay Art. 170/550 is a device which enables two operations to be carried out with only one additional push-button on the monitor. The pushbutton used in monitors Art. 5404/800 - 5600/800 - 5601/800 - 5604/800 is marked with symbol. If this push-button is pressed, the system comes on without the buzzer ringing (drawing vc1942-2). If it is kept pressed down, the image of additional camera appears. When the push-button is released the image of the camera entrance panel appears (vc1942). For night viewing, the area covered by the secondary camera must be illuminated with an additional lamp. This can be done by using relay Art. 170/001, following version 13. Infrared lamps may be used. For the other connections follow standard wiring diagrams of power supplies Art. 6580 - 6581.

WIRING DIAGRAM OF RELAY ART. 170/550 WITH INSTALLATION AUTO-SWITCHING (diagram VC1942-2) Mains POWER SUPPLY Art. 6580 - (5580) - 6581 - (5581) RELAY Art. 170/550

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5404/800B (+ Art. 5682)

A-

CAMERA ENTRANCE PANEL ART. 5540/... - 3290/... - 5449/... SERIES 9000 AND SERIES PATAVIUM B- ADDITIONAL PUSH-BUTTON FOR LOCK C- ELECTRIC LOCK 12V D - CAMERA Art. 554 - 554/00R - 558 - 559 - 570 - 571 L1- PANEL LAMP (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

WIRING DIAGRAM OF RELAY ART. 170/550 WITH INSTALLATION AUTO-SWITCHING AND SWITCHING OF 1ST AND 2ND CAMERA (diagram VC1942) Mains

POWER SUPPLY Art. 6580 - (5580) - 6581 - (5581)

RELAY Art. 170/550

A-

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5404/800B (+ Art. 5682)

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VIDEO ENTRANCE PANEL ART. 5540/... - 3290/... - 5449/... SERIES 9000 AND SERIES PATAVIUM B- ADDITIONAL PUSH-BUTTON FOR LOCK C- ELECTRIC LOCK 12V D - CAMERA Art. 554 - 554/00R - 558 - 559 - 570 - 571 E- LENS F- ADDITIONAL CAMERA Art. 5000-5020-5A20-5B20-5A10-5B10-5C10-5D10 L1- PANEL LAMP (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

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WIRING DIAGRAM OF VIDEO AMPLIFIER ART. 5559 Video door entry or CCTV systems with wiring exceeding 200m. require use of video line amplifier Art. 5559 because of coax-cable attenuation. Using high quality coax-cable, 200m. distance can be exceeded.

MONTANTE MONITOR

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5404/800B (+ Art. 5682)

MONITOR Art. 5600/800 Art. 5601/800 Art. 5604/800 Art. 5404/800B (+ Art. 5682)

As video line amplifier operates on 75-Ohm input-output impedance, use RG59 cable or quality cable with this impedance. Fix amplifier close to power supply in a dry and well-aired place. It is possible to connect video line amplifier on monitor cable riser, but in this case the amplifier may amplify possible interference signals on video line. A special device in this amplifier adjusts gain to line length. For this purpose plug 3-pole connector in the place corresponding to line length nearest to selected values (200m. - 400m. - 600m. and 800 m.). For intermediate line lengths, plug 3-pole connector in place corresponding to next shortest length to available values. Adjust gain trimmer P1 to obtain good image contrast. Carry out rest of wiring as shown in diagram. 75-Ohm load resistor must be connected to input terminals IN. Output is loaded by resistor (supplied) by inserting it in terminals V2-M of last monitor. For the other connections follow standard wiring diagrams of power supplies Art. 6580 - 6581.

Mains

AMPLIFIER Art. 5559

POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580) - 6581 - (5581)

A- Video entrance panel Art. 5540/... - 3290/... - 5449/... and serie 9000 - PATAVIUM B- Additional push-button for lock C- 12V A.C. electric lock D - Camera with speech unit Art. 554 - 554/00R -558 - 559 - 570 - 571 L1- Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030

DIAGRAM N° vc1964 53

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EXAMPLE OF VERSIONS FROM VIDEO STANDARD WIRING DIAGRAMS

VERSION 1

REPEATER RELAY Art. 934

Wiring diagram with simultaneous operation of several monitors with video recording of Art. 5604/816B.

MAINS

TO OTHER MONITORS

AB-

MAX 4 MONITOR

In monitors (max. 4) connected to repeater relay Art. 170/ 001, terminals no. 8 concerning calls coming from outdoor unit must be wired together. Remember to leave R1 resistor (placed on hooking plate PCB) in the first monitor and remove those in the remaining monitors (see drawing).

MONITOR Art. 5604/816B POWER SUPPLY ART. 5682

A

TO POWER SUPPLY Art. 6580 - (5580) Art. 6581 - (5581)

R1 B

B

MAINS

MAINS

B MAINS

VERSION 2

VERSION 3

Connection of cameras Art. 554/00R, Art. 558 and Art 571 with "VIDEOMOVING" system.

Wiring diagram of one interphone on a video door entry system:

Cameras with tilt Art. 554/00R, Art. 558 and Art. 571 allowing adjustment

AB-

of vertical coverage angle by using push-button with bulb symbol

Single connection Connection in parallel to a video door entry system

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MONITOR CABLE RISER

This facility allows people of different height to be filmed with provision of altering the recommended installation height of the panel. A- Camera entrance panel series 5540/C - 3290... 9000 and PATAVIUM. B- Camera with speech unit Art. 554/00R - 558- 571 C- 12V A.C. electric lock D- Additional push-button for lock L1- Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) MONITOR (All types)

PHONE Art. 870 Art. 900 Art. 902

MONITOR (All types)

PHONE Art. 870 Art. 900 Art. 902

TO POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580) ART. 6581 - (5581)

* S1

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To be used in installations with conversation privacy.

S

+_

TO POWER SUPPLY Art. 6580 - (5580) Art. 6581 - (5581)

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VERSION 4

VERSION 5

Connection of additional bell

Additional electronic chime connection.

12V AC additional bells may be directly connected to terminals 5 and 8 of monitors. Call voltage should not fall below 10V A.C., In this case or if high absorption chimes are installed, connect a relay Art. 170/001 as shown in the diagram.

3-tone additional electronic chimes may be connected. Use only chimes, with built-in power supply Art. 860/220.

ADDITIONAL CHIME ART. 2/841 RELAY Art. 170/001 Max. load 3A-230V

MONITOR (All types)

Bell Bell supply

PRI Mains MONITOR (All types)

VERSION 6

VERSION 7

Connection of stair-lighting push-button by using repeater relay Art. 170/001.

Connection of push-button for auxiliary functions, by using third push-button on monitors.

RELAY Art. 170/001 Max. load 3A-230V

N.B. To activate auxiliary functions press push-button with symbol on monitors.

RELAY Art. 170/001

MONITOR (All types)

MONITOR (All types) STAIR-LIGHT PUSH-BUTTON

MAINS

POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580) ART. 6581 - (5581)

POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580) ART. 6581 - (5581)

N.B. To switch on stair-light press push-button with bulb symbol

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The maximum capacity of the monitor button contacts is 24V 0.5A AC/ DC. 55

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VERSION 8

VERSION 9

Connection of push-button for monitor activation.

Connection of transformer Art. M832-832/030 to be fitted on panels with several bulbs for name-tag lighting.

It is possible to activate video installation from monitor by using pushbutton with symbol; see drawing for connection. With this system also monitor chime rings. To avoid this, use relay Art. 170/550.

This transformer must be used when there are more than three bulbs for name-tag lighting. Use the same kind of wiring, even if there is a strong hum present caused by long and thin cable runs. TRANSFORMATOR ART. M832 -832/030

MAINS POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580-(5580)-6581-(5581) MONITOR (All types)

CP

CR

L13x24V 3W max L2÷Lx- 10x24V 3W max with M832 16x24V 3W max with 832/030. MAINS POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580-(5580)-6581-(5581) CT

CP

CR

VERSION 10

VERSION 11

Connection of power supply Art. 6583 on installations with considerable voltage drop on power line “+-”.

Connection of colour cameras Art. 554/COL - 559/COL 570/COL+Art. 930. Monitors Art. 5404/COL are connected in the same way as monitors Art. 5404/800.

Stand-by line power supply Art. 6583 may be connected as shown in the drawing in case of long supply lines where power voltage on the line wiring to the monitors (+-) is less than 15V D.C. between terminals 56. The unit can supply 18V D.C. 2A with continuous operation.

Camera Camera entrance panel

ABCDL1-

Video entrance panel Additional push-button for lock 12V A.C. electric lock Cameras with speech unit Panel lamp (3x24V 3W max) 10x24V 3W with Art. M832 16x24V 3W with Art. 832/030 L2- Bulb for camera coverage lighting (2x24V 3W)

9000

559/COL Art.570/COL +Art.930

5540/C - 3290

554/COL

PATAVIUM

559/COL

MAINS 1° MONITOR CABLE RISER

2° MONITOR CABLE RISER

POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580-(5580) ART. 6581-(5581) CP

CR

POWER SUPPLY ART. 5582/001

MAINS MONITOR CABLE RISER

POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580-(5580)-6581-(5581) CR

CP

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MAINS

MAINS POWER SUPPLY ART. 6583 (ART. 5583/001)

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* 56

N.B. Position the shunt in "B-C"

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N.B. Position the shunt in "A-B"

R

VIDEOCITOFONIA

EXAMPLE OF VERSIONS FROM VIDEO STANDARD WIRING DIAGRAMS

VERSION 12 Wiring diagram of video door entry system for dual residence with two monitors and ten interphones, all intercommunicating among them.

MONITOR Art. 5404/806-812 PHONE Art. 902 + n° 1 Art. 2/903 + n. Art. 2/904

Remove

CHIME Art. 2/817

N.B. On Art. 902 cut bridge from terminals 3-4-5 near the first push-button and remove the remaining bridge between terminals 3 and 5 (see drawing). Art. 902 is supplied with only one push-button. To increase the push-button number; add one simple push-button Art. 2/903 and several pairs of additional push-buttons Art. 2/904 (max. 7 to obtain 16 push-buttons).

TO POWER SUPPLIES ART. 6581 - (5581)

VERSION 13 Connection of camera separate from entrance panel with speech unit and additional lamps for camera coverage lighting. A panel with speech unit only and a separate camera Art. 5000-5020-5A20-5B20-5A10-5B10-5C10-5D10 may be connected instead of a video entrance panel. Lamp must be activated as shown in diagram. MONITOR CABLE RISER MAINS

N.B. Luminous push-button connected to terminals 3 and 4 of speech unit Art. 930, may be used to switch on panel bulbs briefly as shown in the diagram. A timer may be used for longer activation or for stair-lighting (Art. 170T). 0,5A-24V A.C. maximum load.

ADDITIONAL CAMERA

E

POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580) - 6581 - (5581) CP

CR

24

F

RELAY Art. 170/001 Max. load 3A-230V

A-

Audio entrance panel series 2900/... 2990/... 3200/... 9000 and PATAVIUM B- Additional push-button for lock C- 12V A.C. electric lock D- Speech unit Art. 930 E- Lens Art. 2/...-22/...-22/S... F- Rainproof cover L1- Panel lamp

SUPPLY A.C. mains Lamp

57

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VIDEOCITOFONIA

EXAMPLE OF VERSIONS FROM VIDEO STANDARD WIRING DIAGRAMS

VERSION 14 Wiring diagram of video distributor Art. 5556/004 - 6554 for several cable risers. Use RG59 75-Ohm cable for video connection, or similar, of good quality, with 75 Ohm impedance. All video outputs V1-V2-V3-V4 must be loaded by 75-Ohm resistors supplied. They must therefore be mounted on unused output terminals and on terminal V2-M of monitor. The last video signal distributor must be loaded by 75-Ohm resistor connected to unused terminal V. N.B. Trimmer P1 in video signal distributor can increase video signal gain in every output at the same time. Standard manufacturing calibration: 1 gain.

1st cable riser

2nd cable riser

3rd cable riser

4th cable riser

MONITOR TERMINAL BLOCKS

MONITOR TERMINAL BLOCKS

MONITOR TERMINAL BLOCKS

MONITOR TERMINAL BLOCKS

TO CAMERA MAINS

POWER SUPPLY ART. 6580 - (5580) - 6581 - (5581) CP

CR

MAINS

POWER SUPPLY ART. 5582/001

VIDEO DISTRIBUTOR ART. 5556/004 ART. 6554

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* N.B. Short circuit terminals A-B-D in power supply Art. 5582/001.. 58

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