On this page we will go through connecting 2N IP Intercom with the Home Automation system Control 4. We will be able to provide video call between 2N IP Intercom and Control 4 7'' dock tablet and managed the door lock connected to the intercom. 2N IP Intercom is able to send video via MJPEG codec without any special license. If you want to use H264 codec you will need Enhanced Video license and enable RTSP server in 2N IP Intercom. You will also need Enhanced Integration license for door opening. Control 4 will open the door via HTTP command.
- 2N® IP Force
- Control 4 Controller
- Control 4 7'' dock tablet
- Composer 2.8.2
2N IP Intercom
To add 2N IP Intercom device go to Items Panel ang Search menu. There search for 2N IP Intercom.
To communicate over SIP, the Communication agent must be added first. In Section Agents click on "Add..." and chose Communication in Avaiable Agents Pop-up window and confirm by OK.
- Phone Number (ID) and Authentication ID to Username set in Control 4 Composer
- Password to Password set in Control 4 Composer
- Domain, Proxy Address and Registrar Address to IP Address of your Control 4 controler. (It can be found in 2N IP Intercom / Sip Information and IP Address)
The Phone number should look like : sip:[Control4 Group]@[IP address of controller]/[SIP Account].
To enable Video during calls go to Control 4 Composer, find 2N IP Intercom and assign Alternate Camera previously added as 2N® IP Verso Camera. To do this enable "Use Alternative Camera" and choose camer that corresponds to 2N® IP Verso Camera.
At first it is needed to add driver for Lock, add Motorization / Door Lock from Items / MyDrivers.
To enable Lock control on 2N IP Intercom device go to the configuration of 2N IP Intercom and Services / HTTP API and change Switch API, I/O API and Camera API to Unsecure ad authentication to None.