1VIMAR TAB40515 2F + Wi-Fi Video Door Phone
4Tamper Protection Screw
6.1Indicators (White Backlighting)
6.2Keys (Default functions)
8Connection Terminal Block
9.1Indoor Station in in/out Configuration
9.2Indoor Station in Terminal Configuration
9.3Connecting the Landing Push Button (NO/NC Contact; Default: NO)
9.4Input Connection for Alert Function (NO/NC Contact; Default: NO)
9.5Local Additional Power Supply Connection (Power Supply Unit 6923)
9.6Variant for Connecting the Programmable Output (Repeat call)
9.712 V output, 100 mA (Configuration only available if the device is powered by an additional power supply unit)
11First Power Up
12Firmware Update and Advanced Configuration
13For further information visit www.vimar.com
13.2FCC (United States) Regulatory Statement
14Documents / Resources
VIMAR TAB40515 2F + Wi-Fi Video Door Phone
- Recommended height, unless different regulations are specified.
Device thickness installed semi-flush mounting with dedicated box (40590).
- The device should be installed while taking care not to expose it to direct sources of light so as to avoid annoying glare on the surface of the LCD screen.
Installation should be carried out by qualified personnel in compliance with the current regulations regarding the installation of electrical equipment in the country where the products are installed.
- Example of fixing on vertical mounting box with 3 modules (Vimar 71303) (Left)
- Example of fixing on box 40590 (Right)
- Surface mounting with screws and plugs, diameter 6 (not supplied).
- Installation in mounting box:
- Semi-flush mounting box 40590
- Round mounting box (Vimar 71701)
- Vertical or horizontal rectangular mounting box with 3 modules (Vimar 71303, V71703).
- British standard square mounting box.
- Mounting boxes 720E, 7249 (with accessory 40196)
- Mounting boxes 6149, V71318, V71718 (with accessory 755S)
- Desktop mounting: with desktop base accessory 40595.
Tamper Protection Screw
- 5″ Display, 16.8 million colors, 800×480 resolution, ratio of 15:9, capacitive touch screen.
Indicators (White Backlighting)
- New notifications and messages
- Lack of connectivity
- Door open / Professional firm function status
- Ringtone Mute / Do Not Disturb
Note: When the backlighting is off, the symbol is not visible. The intensity of the backlighting is adjustable for all indicators. This adjustment is independent of the intensity of the capacitive key backlighting. The indicators can be disabled (by switching off the backlighting) from the user setting.
Audio Frequency Function for Hearing Aids (Teleloop)
The video entryphone can be used by people wearing hearing aids. For correct functioning of the hearing aid, please refer to its instruction manual. Any metal objects or electronic equipment in the vicinity may affect the quality of the sound received by the hearing aid.
Keys (Default functions)
- Answers a call
- Ends a conversation
- Self-start: it activates the main outdoor station. (*)
- Ringtone mute
- Auxiliary activation: it activates the first relay of the 2 fili system (Aux 1). (*)
- Door Opening (Lock): it activates the outdoor station lock. During a call or conversation, it activates the lock on the outdoor station in communication, otherwise that of the main outdoor station. (*)
Note (*) : The function associated with the Self-start, Auxiliary activation and Door Opening keys can be modified via programming. For the functions which can be activated, please refer to the configuration software use and configuration manual.
- Enabling power supply from BUS (*)
OFF = Power supply via additional power supply unit (6923).
ON = Power supply via BUS.
- Due Fili Plus Bus termination (Configuration Dip Switch)
SWITCH TABLE A = the BUS cable enters terminals 1, 2 and continues to another indoor station B = The BUS cable with a characteristic impedance of 100 Ohms (Elvox 732I or 732H cable) enters terminals 1, 2 and the riser stops in the indoor station C = The BUS cable with characteristic impedance of 50 Ohms (Cat. 5 or Cat. 6 twisted pair cable) enters terminals 1, 2 and the riser stops in the indoor station
- Connector (receptacle) USB type C: connection interface with a PC for configuration and/or updating of firmware via the SaveProg software.
(*) POWER BUS 1-way switch
For use without additional power supply unit, set the POWER BUS to ON (factory default).
For use with an additional power supply unit, it is preferable to set the POWER BUS to OFF, in order to avoid overloading the system when the additional power supply unit is not operational.
Notes about the device power supply
– With power supply from bus or auxiliary
Once powered, the device takes approximately 60 seconds to be operational. During the start-up phase, the LED with the envelope icon, after remaining on steady for 5 seconds, begins to blink, and then flashes at specific intervals: on for 0.2 seconds, off for 0.8 seconds. The device is operational when the LED with the envelope icon
- flashes with at the following intervals: on for 0.8 seconds, off for 0.2 seconds: the device is ready and awaiting configuration;
- is off steady: the device is configured and there are no un-read notifications;
- is on steady: the device is configured and there are un-read notifications.
In the event of a reset following an update, the start-up phase may take longer.
– With power supply via USB
Once powered, the device takes approximately 40 seconds to be operational: the PC detects the serial port (via which configuration can take place using SaveProg) and the disc unit (via which the device can be updated). LED and screen remain off since they are not powered.
– Energy saving mode
This setting is irrelevant in the event of use with an additional power supply unit.
Without an additional power supply unit, when the energy saving mode is active, the screen only turns on if the video door entry system is on standby (no other device with a screen on). If this is not the case, the screen stays off and a sound feedback informs the user that it cannot be turned on. In the event of non priority calls or conversations under way (self-start, intercom calls, call to mobile device) or power-on for other reasons (to navigate the settings menu, consult the call log, etc.), the screen will instantly be turned off in the event of a priority call directed at any device in the system.
A video door entry system can be created with a single system power supply unit and up to 16 indoor stations art. 40515 without an additional power supply unit and with the energy saving mode active. By deactivating the energy saving mode, you can turn on several video entryphones simultaneously and make use of the device functions without the limits set out above, in systems with up to 4 indoor stations art. 40515.
Connection Terminal Block
- Terminal block which can be removed from the bracket for possible wiring requirements.
|1, 2||Due Fili Plus Bus|
|E+, E- (*)||Additional power supply input (Power supply unit 6923)|
|FP (*)||“Local Landing Call” input (reference to terminal M).|
|IN (*)||“Alert Function” input (reference to terminal M).|
|M (*)||Ground: Ground reference for inputs and outputs.|
|CH (*)||“Repeat call” output (reference to terminal M)|
|* Note: the maximum connection distance to the terminals is 10 m.|
Note: functions associated with the FP “Local Landing Call” and IN “Alert Function” inputs can be modified via programming. The CH “Repeat call” output can be programmed: Open Collector (default), or 12V 100mA. For the functions which can be activated, please refer to the configuration software use and configuration manual.
Indoor Station in in/out Configuration
Indoor Station in Terminal Configuration
Connecting the Landing Push Button (NO/NC Contact; Default: NO)
Landing Call Button
Input Connection for Alert Function (NO/NC Contact; Default: NO)
Local Additional Power Supply Connection (Power Supply Unit 6923)
Variant for Connecting the Programmable Output (Repeat call)
12 V output, 100 mA (Configuration only available if the device is powered by an additional power supply unit)
- 5″ Display, 16.8 million colours, 800×480 resolution, ratio of 15:9, capacitive touch screen.
- Capacitive touch keypad with backlit symbols.
- Minimum video signal level on the bus for reception: -20dBm
- Frequency bands: 802.11 b,g,n, 2.4 GHz
- Frequency range: 2400-2483,5 MHz
- RED RF transmission power: < 100 mW (20 dBm)
- FCC RF transmission power: < 1000 mW (30dBm)
- Absorption in standby 55 mA; maximum current 420 mA
- Ambient class: Class A1 (indoor use)
- IP30 protection degree
- Operating temperature: (-5 °) – (+40) °C (indoor use)
- Operating environment humidity: 10 / 80% (non-condensing)
- Power supply:
- from additional power supply unit 6923 (terminals E+, E-)
- from BUS terminals 1, 2 – rated voltage 28 V DC
First Power Up
The first time the device is started, a welcome screen is displayed. The configuration wizard starts up automatically after 3 seconds, or, after any point of the screen is touched.
Select the interface language (Default: Italian).
The user may proceed, or change the language set to the desired language.
Select a time zone among those listed.
Adjust the date and time manually.
Select the video entryphone configuration mode
If the desired choice is selected, the button will be activated to confirm your choice and after a set time-out, the user will be guided to the next screen.
Main video entryphone
Secondary video entryphone (with simultaneous call)
Press the button on the Master outdoor station you wish to receive the call from.
The system checks that there are no video entryphones already associated with the pressed button (primary configuration mode). The process can be interrupted by pressing the X on the screen.
Note: this procedure applies to entrance panels with push buttons and may vary depending on the outdoor station used; for alphanumerical entrance panels, type in the ID code and confirm with the call button.
Manual configuration: as an alternative to the automatic video entryphone configuration, via a call from an outdoor station, you can proceed in manual configuration mode, whereby you type in the ID directly on the video entryphone, without having to interact with the outdoor station. For further information and details about the manual configuration procedure, please refer to the Use and Configuration Manual available on the www.vimar.com website.
Once configuration is complete, the device shows a confirmation screen.
Via a 4″ timeout, or by touching any point of the display, the device exits the configuration process and displays the homepage screen.
If there were problems during configuration, the device displays an error screen instead.
By touching the X at the bottom left, the device exits the configuration process and displays the mode selection screen again (5).
Firmware Update and Advanced Configuration
The device firmware can be updated OTA provided it is connected to the Internet. The device automatically detects the availability of a firmware update. The user has the right to decide whether to perform the update or not.
The firmware can also be updated via PC, by connecting it to the device via USB interface.
For advanced configuration, connect the device to the PC via USB and use SaveProg software.
Note: remove connections to BUS and to additional power supply (if any) before connecting the device via USB to PC.
Safety mechanisms are in place to prevent the execution of firmware not authorized by Vimar.
For further information visit www.vimar.com
RED directive. RoHS directive.
Standards EN 62368-1, EN 301 489-17, EN 300 328, EN 62311, EN 55032, EN 55035, EN 63000. REACH (EU) Regulation no. 1907/2006 – art.33. The product may contain traces of lead. Vimar SpA declares that the radio equipment complies with Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is on the product sheet available at the following Internet address: www.vimar.com.
FCC (United States) Regulatory Statement
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
- This device may not cause harmful interference, and
- This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment and in normal operation human proximity to antenna shall be more than 20 cm.
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Documents / Resources
|VIMAR TAB40515 2F + Wi-Fi Video Door Phone [pdf] Installation Guide|
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