8. Examples of Use

Calling to Dispatching Office in Case of Unauthorised Door Opening

Specification

Call the selected telephone number whenever the tamper switch gets disconnected (device opened).e

Block diagram

The rising edge on the tamper input (1: Event.InputChanged) initiates calling to the defined telephone number (2: Action.BeginCall).

Calling to Dispatching Office in Case of Unauthorised Door Opening with Service Code Blocking Option

Specification

Call the selected telephone number whenever the tamper switch gets disconnected (device opened). Enable blocking and re-enable numeric code alarm entered from the intercom keypad.

Block diagram

The rising edge on the tamper input (1: Event.InputChanged) initiates calling to the defined telephone number (5: Action.BeginCall) in case the defined condition is met. The condition (4: Condition.FlipFlopRS) is validated by the intercom restart or entering the selected code (2: Condition.CodeEntered) on the numeric keypad. If another code is entered (3: Condition.CodeEntered), the condition will be invalid.


Door Opening by RFID Card

Specification

Activate the door contact switch by tapping/swiping the proper RFID card on/through the reader.

Block diagram

Entering an RFID card with the defined ID (1: Event.CardEntered) activates switch 1 (2: Action.ActivateSwitch).


Alarm (Dispatching Office Call) Caused by Over 2-Min Long Door Opening

Specification

Call the dispatching office in case the door remains open for more than 2 minutes. It is supposed that the door opening signalling contact is connected to Input1.

Block diagram

Whenever the door opens, the rising edge on Input1 signal (1: Event.InputChanged) calls the defined telephone number (4: Action.BeginCall) with a 120 s delay (2: Event.Delay).The call is only executed if the door remains open for more than 120 s (3: Condition.InputState).


LED Flashing during Call / Electric Door Lock Opening

Specification

Enable LED flashing during an active call.

Block diagram

Enable LED flashing by a combination of the periodic timer (1: Event.Timer) and delay (2: Event.Delay). These two blocks define the period (250 ms) and duty cycle of the signal or the LED shining period (125 ms). These two events are tied with the on-switching (4: Action.SetOutput) and off-switching (5: Action.SetOutput) actions. The LED switch-on action is conditioned by the active call (3: Condition.CallState).