3.2 Table of Parameters

Table of Parameters

Par. No  

Parameter name  

Range of values  

Default value  

Note  

Info

011

Set 1 – ALARM button memory 1

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

Entering characters  and 'p' for a 1-second pause while programming is possible via a PC (use the 2N® Service Tool).

 

012

Set 1 – ALARM button memory 2

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

013

Set 1 – ALARM button memory 3

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

014

Set 1 – ALARM button memory 4

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

015

Set 1 – ALARM button memory 5

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

016

Set 1 – ALARM button memory 6

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

017

Insert specific character in ALARM memory set 1

018

Set 1 – count of automatic dialling cycles for ALARM

0–9

3

If 0 is configured, only the first number in the memory is called regardless of the count of saved numbers.

 

111–

116 

Set 1 – confirmation mode for number 1–6

1–9

1

1 = with confirmation DTMF (1),
2 = confirmation of picking up (supported only for GSM/UMTS/VoIP),
3 = CPC Antenna,
4= CPC KONE,
5 = P100,
6 = autodetection DTMF protocol (CPC Antenna/P100),
7 = CPC Antenna 2N Ext,
8 = CPC KONE 2N Ext,
9 = P100 2N Ext

2N Ext is a protocol that transmits the shaft number and audio unit position together with the ID (to be displayed in 2N® Lift8).

If there is no guarantee of problem-free transfer of DTMF, do not set 6 for autodetection CPC Antenna/P100, but precisely specify the protocol to be used (3 or 5).

1.6.0 - Range change

021

Set 2 – ALARM button memory 1

up to 30

digits: 0–9

Entering characters  and 'p'  for a 1-second pause while programming is possible via a PC (use the 2N® Service Tool).

If set 2 of the ALARM memories is completely empty, use set 1. If parameter 029 = 0, the call is not made.

 

022

Set 2 – ALARM button memory 2

up to 30

digits: 0–9

 

023

Set 2 – ALARM button memory 3

up to 30

digits: 0–9

 

024

Set 2 – ALARM button memory 4

up to 30

digits: 0–9

 

025

Set 2 – ALARM button memory 5

up to 30

digits: 0–9

 

026

Set 2 – ALARM button memory 6

up to 30

digits: 0–9

 

027

Insert specific character in ALARM memory set 2

028

Set 2 – count of automatic dialling cycles for ALARM

0–9

3

If 0 is configured, only the first number in the memory is called regardless of the count of saved numbers.

 
029 Allow usage of alarm set 1 when set 2 is empty 0–1 1 The alarm set 2 is used when pressing the alarm button on non-car units. If the set 2 is empty and this parameter set to 0, the call request is ignored.  

121–

126

Set 2 – confirmation mode for number 1–6

1–9

1

1 = with confirmation DTMF (1),
2 = confirmation of picking up (supported only for GSM/UMTS/VoIP),
3 = CPC Antenna,
4= CPC KONE,
5 = P100,
6 = autodetection DTMF protocol (CPC Antenna/P100),
7 = CPC Antenna 2N Ext,
8 = CPC KONE 2N Ext,
9 = P100 2N Ext

2N Ext is a protocol that transmits the shaft number and audio unit position together with the ID (to be displayed in 2N® Lift8).

If there is no guarantee of problem-free transfer of DTMF, do not set 6 for autodetection CPC Antenna/P100, but precisely specify the protocol to be used (3 or 5).

 

071

Checking call memory 1

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

Entering characters  and 'p'  for a 1-second pause while programming is possible via a PC (use the 2N® Service Tool).

If the set of checking call memories is completely empty, use the set of ALARM memories.

Caution:

Be sure to set the checking call number to route the call to the 2N® Lift8 server. The call may not be confirmed properly if it falls to set 011-016.

 

072

Checking call memory 2

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

073

Checking call memory 3

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

074

Checking call memory 4

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

075

Checking call memory 5

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

076

Checking call memory 6

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

077

Insert a character in checking call memory

078

Count of automatic dialling cycles for checking call

0–9

3

If 0 is configured, only the first number in the memory is called regardless of the count of saved numbers.

 

171–

176

Confirmation mode for checking call memory 1–6

1–6

1 = with confirmation DTMF (1),
2 = confirmation of picking up (supported only for GSM/UMTS/VoIP),
3 = CPC Antenna,
4= CPC KONE,
5 = P100,
6 = autodetection DTMF protocol (CPC Antenna/P100),

If there is no guarantee of problem-free transfer of DTMF, do not set 6 for autodetection CPC Antenna/P100, but precisely specify the protocol to be used (3 or 5).

 

081

Operational call memory 1

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

Entering characters  and 'p'  for a 1-second pause while programming is possible via a PC (use the 2N® Service Tool).

Caution:

Be sure to set the checking call number to route the call to the 2N® Lift8 server. The call may not be confirmed properly if it falls to set 011-016.

 

082

Operational call memory 2

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

083

Operational call memory 3

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

084

Operational call memory 4

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

085

Operational call memory 5

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

086

Operational call memory 6

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

 

087

Insert specific character in fault reporting memory

088

Count of automatic dialling cycles for ERROR

0–9

3

If 0 is configured, only the first number in the memory is called regardless of the count of saved numbers.

 

181–

186

Confirmation mode for number 1–6

3–9

5

3 = CPC Antenna

4= CPC KONE

5 = P100

6 = autodetection DTMF protocol (CPC Antenna/P100)

7 = CPC Antenna 2N Ext,

8 = CPC KONE 2N Ext,

9 = P100 2N Ext

2N Ext is a protocol that transmits the shaft number and audio unit position together with the ID.

In version 2.4.0 and higher it is used for announcing new events (battery replaced, button repaired, audio repaired).

 
501 Default output state of IO module 1 ABCD empty

The value defines the state of the I/O modules after the system start:

A= output 1

B= output 2

C= output 3

D= output 4

0= output off

1= output on

Example: 1001= outputs 1 and 4 will be on after the system start.


Set parameters 501–508 via the voice menu.

Find these parameters in the Configuration / IO modules / Basic menu in the 2N® Service Tool.










From version

1.6.0        

502 Default output state of IO module 2 ABCD

empty

503 Default output state of IO module 3 ABCD empty
504 Default output state of IO module 4 ABCD empty
505 Default output state of IO module 5 ABCD empty
506 Default output state of IO module 6 ABCD empty
507 Default output state of IO module 7 ABCD empty
508 Default output state of IO module 8 ABCD empty
600 Battery capacity 1–740 13 In 100 mAh units (x*100 mAh "13=1.3 Ah, 740=74 Ah")

From version

1.6.0    

700 SIM PIN

up to 16

digits: 0–9

0000    
710 DTMF transfer enhanced mode enabled 0–1 0

0 = disabled,

1 = enabled

If there is a DTMF transfer problem in the GSM network, enable this parameter.

1.9.0 Default value change
711 Allowed bands 1–3 3

Preferred mobile network (only applies to UMTS module)

  • 1 - 2G
  • 2 - 3G
  • 3 - Auto
From version 2.6.0
800 Set time hhmm   Read the current time setting and configure a new one if necessary. *  
801 Set date RRMMDD   Read the current date setting and configure a new one if necessary. *  
810 Time until the next checking call is activated hhhmmss   Voice menu reads the value in the format of hours, minutes and seconds (hhhmmss). It indicates when will be the next checking call activated.

From version

2.5.0

811 Manual activation of checking call    

Remember to press * for confirmation after entering the service.

The checking call is set up the moment programming is completed.

From version

2.5.0

890 Restart CU     Re-enter the valid servicing password. *

From version

2.0.0

898 Cancel working configuration     Cancel all the changes performed during this configuration call except for the date/time setting – confirm this by an asterisk. *  
899 Complete initialisation (including servicing password!)    

Re-enter the valid servicing password to protect the system against unintentional deletion during incorrect function number entering. *

(Parameters 1100–1110 are not deleted after complete initialization).

 

901

 Dial prefix

up to 30

digits: 0–9

empty

Dial-in is used for calling via the PSTN module. When a call is answered, the dial-in is sent and only then the dialling or constant tone is awaited.

When the tone is detected, a number is dialled from a memory (common dial-in for all memories: 011–016, 021–026, 071–076, 081–086).

 
902 Enable dial tone detection 0–1  1

0 = do not perform dial tone detection. A call is set up with any line tone.

1 = perform dial tone detection. No call is set up if the dial tone is not detected.

From version

1.9.0

909 

Time for tone detection after hang-up 

1000–9999 ms 

5000 ms 

2N® Lift8 waits for the constant or dialling tone. If none is detected, there is a fault on the line (PSTN only). 

 

911

Count of rings before incoming call pick-up

1–9

2

Define the moment of line pick-up during ringing (if there is an incoming call from PSTN).

 

912

Max. call time

0–1000 s

120 s

The call can be extended by a call-extending command (DTMF 4). 0 = disabled (never-ending call).

 

913

Login time limit

10–1000 s

60 s

Maximum period during which the control centre staff must answer the call and send confirmation, otherwise 2N® Lift8 hangs up and proceeds to dialling the next number. Counted from the end of dialling.

 

914

Delayed call

0–1000 s

0 s

Used only with connected CANCEL input on the cabin audio unit.

 

915

Max. TRIPHONY time

10–9999 s

7200 s

Maximum TRIPHONY period after which TRIPHONY is terminated automatically.

 

917

Hang-up time between calls

500–9999 ms

5000 ms

For PSTN lines only.

 

918

Max. telephone line test time

1–20 s

5 s

This applies to PSTN modules only. If the line is OK, the test is carried out every hour. Lift8 seizes the line and tries to detect the dialtone. If no dialtone is detected, the line test is carried out every two minutes (the line will pass into ERROR in 6 minutes and the lift will be blocked in another 5 minutes). If the dialtone is detected again, Lift8 will pass into the "Line OK" state.

 

940

Min. dialtone period

200–2000 ms

400 ms

The tone must be longer than a half-period of the busy tone!

 

942

Min. busy tone period

100–500 ms

200 ms

These parameters control the busy tone detection.

 

944

Max. tone – gap difference

10–400 ms

50 ms

 

945

Min. busy tone period count

2–50

4

1.6.0

Default value change

948

Min. ringback tone time

50–2000 ms

200 ms

The ringtone time is the length of the section just before the long gap.


 

949

Min. long space time of ringback tone

100–5000 ms

2000 ms

The longest gap in the ringing period must be in an interval between parameters 949 and 950.

 

950

Max. long space time of ringback tone

500–9999 ms

5500 ms

The longest gap in the ringing period must be in an interval between parameters 949 and 950.

 

951 

Min. ringing signal time 

50–2000 ms 

200 ms 

Incoming call detection: 

The ringtone time is the sum of sections between which there is no long gap. The longest gap in the ringing period must be in the interval between parameters 952 and 953.  

CAUTION! Parameters 951–953 (default values) work for incoming ringing. 

 

952 

Min. long space time of ringing signal 

100–5000 ms 

1000 ms 

 

953 

Max. long space time of ringing signal

500–9999 ms 

6000 ms 

 

961

Max. next digit pressing time

15–120 s

60 s

Counted from the transition to a new state (NOT after the end of announcement).

 

962

Min. cabin ALARM button pressing time

10–9999 ms

3000 ms

A low value is recommended for comfortable product testing.

 
963 Min. time of pressing button to trigger forced/test alarm 0–30 s 0 s

Minimum time in seconds the alarm button needs to be pressed to activate the forced/test alarm. This alarm bypass the cancel contact status.

0 = disabled

 
965 Private mode 0–25 0

Private mode allows muting of the microphone on the car unit 2N® Lift8.

Possible setting of this parameter when the rescue mode is used are:
0 = Two way audio enabled only when the rescue mode is active.
1 - 24 = Two way audio enabled when the rescue mode is active and during a time window after a successful alarm call. After this time, the microphone on the unit is muted.
25 = Two way audio enabled always.

 
966 Rescue process 0–3 0

0 = Disabled

1 = End of the rescue process by Button 2

2 = End of the rescue process by rescue password

3 = End of the rescue process by Button 2 or by the rescue password

 
969 ALARM button test  0–9999 s 0

0 = no test

1–9999 = closing time after which a button is considered jammed

If a button is detected as jammed, any of the following events can be generated: IO module activation/deactivation, operational call setup, SMS sending (for GSM and UMTS only). Use the 2N® Service Tool Events menu for configuration. Refer to Subs. 5.3 for details.

 

973

Language for numeric messages

0–1

1

0 = user recorded,

1 = voice menu language

User-recorded digits are played only if values 11, 12 or 13 are set in parameters 975–979 or 971.

 

974

Intercom identification number

up to 16 digits: 0–9

empty

Provide lift identification for foreigners, for example. If not filled in, the serial number is used.

 

975

Local (cabin) message sequence 

(Alarm)

up to 10 announcements in sequence

Start announcements in more languages in a defined sequence, including the identification number, etc.

Message list:

01 = User message 1
02 = User message 2
03 = User message 3
04 = User message 4
05 = User message 5
06 = User message 6
07 = User message 7
08 = User message 8
09 = User message 9
10 = User message 10

11 = Serial number
12 = Lift identification number (par. 974)
13 = Lift shaft number (1–8)
14 = Pause (2 s)

15 = Confirmation tone

Cautions: 

User messages 1 to 10 are recorded into the CU with the aid of the 2N® Service Tool.

 

976

Control centre (outgoing) message sequence

(before confirmation by 1)

up to 10 announcements in sequence

   

977

Checking call message sequence

up to 10 announcements in sequence

 

978

Call confirmation message sequence

up to 10 announcements in sequence

 

979

Control centre (outgoing) message sequence by pressing 3 after call confirmation

up to 10

announcements in sequence

 

971

 Call end sequence

up to 10

announcements in sequence

   

981

Checking call

0–6

0

0 = disabled
1 = enabled, the first call in 3 minutes and then as set in parameter 983 
2 = enabled, the first call in 2 hours and then as set in parameter 983
3 = enabled, as set in parameter 983
4 = enabled, the call on the nearest day set in parameter 986
5 = enabled, the first call in 3 minutes and then as set in parameter 986

6 = enabled, the first call in 3 minutes and then according to server

 

1.8.0

Range change

982

Checking call interval

hhmmhhmm

00002359

Set announcements into lower traffic (lower tariff) time, generated at random in the time interval.

 

983

Checking call period

1–100 days

3 days

0 = disabled (0 in parameter 981 has the same effect), the value is applied if parameter 981 is set to 1–6.

 

986

Weekdays for checking call

MTWTFSS

0000000

Values for Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun:

0 = do not call
1 = call 

Example: 
1000100 = the checking call will be made on Mondays and Fridays.

 
987 LED signalling according to EN 81-28 0–1 1

Yellow LED permanently on during an Alarm Call

Yellow and green LED flashing alternately after an unsuccessful checking call

From version 2.5.0
990 Enable notification operational calls xxxxxxx 0000000

Mask settings the notification to trigger an operational call. Each character corresponds to a notification in the following order (0 = disable, 1 = enabled):

Rescue end, Button stuck, Button unstuck, Audio error, Audio fixed, Replace battery, Battery replaced.

Do not use in combination with notification scripts!

From version 2.5.0

991

Servicing password

up to 16 digits: 0–9

12345

Change the default servicing password for access to programming via the voice menu and for full initialisation.

 

992

Rescue password

up to 16 digits: 0–9

empty

Set the rescue terminating password.

 
993 Enable audio unit self-test 0–1 0

0 = disabled

1 = An audio test of selected audio units is carried out after a check call.

From version

1.10.0

994 Enable 4-lift version 0–1 0 0 = standard connection, 1 = connect up to 4 cabin Audio Units to the CU internal splitter as lifts 1–4 (refer to Subs. 4.5 for details).  

995 

Enable outgoing machine room call 

0–1

0

0 = disabled,

1 = enabled (if the parameter is enabled, the machine room Audio Unit can be used for outgoing public network calls).

 

1001

Enable data

0–1

0

Permit the use of the GSM/UMTS module connection to the provider's data network. **

 

1002

APN

Configure the mobile provider's access APN server. **

 

1003

Login

Configure the username for authentication in the provider's APN server. **

 

1004

Password

Configure the authorisation password in the provider's APN server.  **

 

1100

Enable DHCP client

0–1

1

The DHCP server assigns devices in particular the IP addressnet mask, gateway and DNS server address via the DHCP. **

0 = disabled

1 = enabled

 
1101 IP Address     IP address defined for the Ethernet interface (VoIP module). **  
1102 Netmask    

Set the subnet bit mask. **

 
1103 Default gateway     Set the IP address of the router/PC via which communication outside the internal net is made. **  
1104 DNS server     Set the DNS server IP address. **  
1105 SIP registrar     Set the IP address for connection to the counterparty (PBX, operator). **  
1106 User max. 64 characters   Set the user name for connection to the counterparty (PBX, operator). ** 1.9.1 Chars count increased to 64
1107 Password max. 32 characters   Set the password for connection to the counterparty (PBX, operator). **  
1108 Enable in-band DTMF detector 0–1 0 If you enable an in-band DTMF detector, all others DTMF detectors will be disabled.**  
1109 SIP server port 1–65535 5060

Set the PBX (operator) port via which the SIP Proxy communicates with the terminals connected. **

 
1110 Registration expires 0–3600 0 0 = registration validity is not sent (is assigned by the opponent). **  
1111 Authentication name     Set the name used for authentication.  
1112 Display name    

Set the name displayed on the peers device.

Use #A to generate the calling unit address, #S to generate the calling unit shaft.

 
1113 Domain     If the domain is not set, the registrar is used instead.  
1114 Outgoing proxy     Outgoing proxy address. The registrar address is used, if not set.  
1115 Outgoing proxy port 1-65535 5060 Outgoing proxy port. The registrar port is used, if the outgoing proxy is not set.  
1150 Time zone -12–12 1 Set the time zone (UTC) in which 2N® Lift8 is installed. **

From version

1.7.2

1.8.0 Change value

1151 Synchronisation period 60–86400 3600 Define how often 2N® Lift8 shall synchronise with the SNTP server. **

From version

1.7.2

1160 SNTP enabled 0–1 0

Enable SNTP synchronisation. **

0 = disabled,

1 = enabled

From version

1.7.2

1161 Primary SNTP server address   212.51.144.44 **

From version

1.7.2

1162 Secondary SNTP server address   81.95.103.173 **

From version

1.7.2

1165 Communication speed 9600–115200 115200 Baud rate RS232 module. **

From version

1.8.0

1166 Controller Driver   AT SMS    
1220 Camera type 0–2 1 not implemented  
1221 Resolution 0–4 2 not implemented  
1222 Compression ratio 1–100 60 not implemented  
1230 Client enabled 0–1 0

Enable the data client (refer to 7.1 Control Panel for details). ** 

From version

1.6.0

1.7.2 Range change

1231 Server address   empty Set the 2N® Lift8 Server IP address. **

From version

 1.6.0

1232 Server port 1–65535 7008 Specify the ports where the data client operates. **

From version

1.6.0

1234 Password   empty The password must match the intercom password preset in the Control Panel. **

From version

1.6.0

1500 IP Adress 0.0.0.0 - 255.255.255.255 0.0.0.0 IP adress LAN module.

From version

2.4.0

1501 Subnet mask 0.0.0.0 - 255.255.255.255 0.0.0.0 Subnet mask LAN module.

From version

2.4.0

* This parameter can only be configured via the voice menu (incoming call to 2N® Lift8 or via the machine room audio unit).

** This parameter can only be configured via the 2N® Service Tool

Caution

  • Parameters 1003 and 1004 are used for username and password configuration for verification at the provider's. Most providers do not use any verification. If the your provider requires verification, it must give you the necessary access data.

Configuration by Computer

Install the 2N® Service Tool to configure 2N® Lift8 connected to a PC via the USB or via the Internet using the 2N® Lift8 IP address (UMTS version only). You can also upgrade the firmware.

Install and launch the 2N® Service Tool from the included CD for more details. Find the current 2N® Service Tool version at www.2n.cz/Lift8.

How to Record Announcement

From PC

Apply the 2N® Service Tool to record user announcements and numerals to 2N® Lift8. Refer to Subs. 5.3, 2N® Service Tool – Use, for details.