3.2 Programming Function Survey

The tables below include all the programming functions.

Table of Parameters 

Par. No.

Parameter name

Range of values

Default value

Note

011

ALARM button memory 1

up to 30 digits: 0–9

empty

Enter  and “p“ for a 3-second pause via the Service Tool or using parameter 017.

Direct SIP (calling without Proxy server)

  • enter the IP address and port (for Service Tool version 2.2.0 and higher) (e.g. 192.168.1.100:6655)
  • enter “pp" before the IP address and use instead of “." for earlier Service Tool versions. Enter and the port number behind the IP address if necessary ( pp192*168*1*100#6655)

012

ALARM button memory 2

up to 30 digits: 0–9

empty

013

ALARM button memory 3

up to 30 digits: 0–9

empty

014

ALARM button memory 4

up to 30 digits: 0–9

empty

015

ALARM button memory 5

up to 30 digits: 0–9

empty

016

ALARM button memory 6

up to 30 digits: 0–9

empty

017

Enter special character into alarm call memory

018 Count of automatic dialling cycles for ALARM 0–9 3

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

111–116 Set 1 - Alarm call memory 1–6 confirmation mode (set 1) 1–9 1

1 = with DTMF confirmation (1)

2 = with pick-up confirmation (for GSM/UMTS/VoIP only)

3 = CPC Antenna

4 = CPC Kone

5 = P100

6 = DTMF auto detection (CPC Antenna/P100)

7 = CPC Antenna 2N ext

8 = CPC Kone 2N ext

9 = P100 2N ext

The 2N ext protocol transmits identification including the shaft number and audio unit position (for 2N Lift8 communicator display).

Unless a troublefree DTMF transmission is secured, specify the protocol to be used (3 or 5) rather than set 6 for CPC Antenna/P100 auto detection.

021 Set 2 – ALARM 2 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 the memory set 2 for Alarm 2 is completely empty, no fall to the first memory set for ALARM occurs.

The Alarm 2 button is on the IO extender.

022 Set 2 – ALARM 2 button memory 2

up to 30

digits: 0–9

 
023 Set 2 – ALARM 2 button memory 3

up to 30

digits: 0–9

 
024 Set 2 – ALARM 2 button memory 4

up to 30

digits: 0–9

 
025 Set 2 – ALARM 2 button memory 5

up to 30

digits: 0–9

 
026 Set 2 – ALARM 2 button memory 6

up to 30

digits: 0–9

 
027 Insert specific character in ALARM 2 memory set 2

028 Set 2 – count of automatic dialling cycles for ALARM 0–9  

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

121 126 Set 2 – number 1-6 confirmation mode 1–6 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),

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

Check call memory 1

up to 30 digits: 0–9

empty

Enter  and “p“' for a 1-second pause while programming via a PC (use the Service Tool).

Caution:

Remember to set the check call number that routes the call to the 2N® Lift8 server. With the fall to sets 011–016, the call may not be confirmed properly.

072

Check call memory 2

up to 30 digits: 0–9

empty

073

Check call memory 3

up to 30 digits: 0–9

empty

074

Check call memory 4

up to 30 digits: 0–9

empty

075

Check call memory 5

up to 30 digits: 0–9

empty

076

Check call memory 6

up to 30 digits: 0–9

empty

077

Enter special character into check call memory

078 Count of automatic dialling cycles for check calls 0–9 3

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

171–176 Check call memory 1–6 confirmation mode 1–6 1

1 = with DTMF confirmation (1)

2 = with pick-up confirmation (for GSM/UMTS/VoIP only)

3 = CPC Antenna

4 = CPC Kone

5 = P100

6 = DTMF auto detection (CPC Antenna/P100)

Unless a troublefree DTMF transmission is secured, specify the protocol to be used (3 or 5) rather than set 6 for CPC Antenna/P100 auto detection.

081 Operational call memory 1 up to 30 digits: 0–9 empty

 

 

Enter  and “p“' for a 1-second pause while programming via a PC (use the Service Tool).

Caution:

Remember to set the operational call number that routes the call to the 2N® Lift8 server. With the fall to sets 011–016, the call may not be confirmed properly.

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 Enter special character into Operational call memory

088 Count of automatic dialling cycles for Operational call 0–9 3  
181–186 Operational call memory 1–6 confirmation mode 3–6 5

3 = CPC Antenna

4 = CPC Kone

5 = P100

6 = DTMF auto detection (CPC Antenna/P100)

7 = CPC Antenna 2N Ext,

8 = CPC KONE 2N Ext,

9 = P100 2N Ext

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

800 Time setting hhmm   Read the current time; you can edit a new time value. *
801 Date settings RRMMDD   Read the current date; you can edit a new date value. *
810 Next checking call timeout hhmmss   The voice menu reads the value in the hours/minutes/seconds (hhhmmss) format. The value defines the next checking call timeout.
811 Manual checking call activation    

Click * for confirmation after dialling the service.

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

890 CU restart     Re-enter the valid service password. *
898 Cancel work configuration     Cancel the changes made during this configuration call except for the date and time changes! Use an asterisk for confirmation. *
899 Full initialisation (including the service password!)    

Enter the valid service password to avoid unintentional deletion in case of function number mistyping). *

(Parameters 1100–1110 are not deleted during full initialisation).

912

Maximum call duration

15–990 s

120 s

Use the call extending command (DTMF 4 or *) to extend a call.

913

Login timeout

10–990 s

60 s

Set the maximum period of time for the control centre to answer the call and send confirmation, otherwise L1 hangs up and dials the next number. Counted from the end of dialling.

914

Delayed call

0–100 s

0 s

Applied only if the CANCEL input is connected.

961

Inter-digit timeout

5–120 s

10 s

During password entering

962

Minimum ALARM pressing time in cabin

100–9999 ms

5000 ms

Applies to the ALARM button and button 2.

963 Minimum button pressing time to trigger forced/test alarm 0–30 s 0 s

Set the minimum time in seconds for which the alarm button needs to be pressed to activate the forced/test alarm. This alarm bypasses the cancel contact status.

0 = disabled

965

Privacy mode

0–24 hours

0

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

Possible setting of this parameter when the rescue mode is used are:
0 = Two-way audio is enabled when the rescue mode is active.
1–24 = Two-way audio is 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 is always enabled.

973

Language for numeric announcements

0–1

1

0 = user recorded messages

1 = voice menu language

The user recorded digits are played if parameters 975–979 or 971 are set to 11, 12 or 13.

974

Intercom Id

up to 16 digits: 0–9

empty

Lift identification if there is a foreigner in the lift.

975

Cabin announcement sequence
(Alarm)

up to 10 announcements in succession

empty

Start announcements in multiple languages in a given order. The sequences can include such numeric data as lift number, etc.
List of announcements:

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 = product number

12 = identification code (reads parameter 974 value)

14 = pause (2 s)

15 = (confirmation tone)

Caution

User messages #1 through #10 are recorded into the Central Unit via the Service Tools.

976

Message sequence for the control centre

(before confirmation with 1)

up to 10 announcements in succession

empty

977

Check call sequence

up to 10 announcements in succession

empty

978

Message sequence after connection confirmation

up to 10 announcements in succession

empty

979

Message sequence for the control centre after pressing 3 after call confirmation up to 10 announcements in succession

empty

971

Sequence for call end

up to 10 announcements in succession

empty

981

Check call mode

0–6

0

0 = disabled

1 = enabled, first call in 3 minutes and then as set in parameter 983

2 = enabled, first call in 2 hours and then as set in parameter 983

3 = enabled, call as set in parameter 983

4 = enabled, call on the nearest day set in parameter 986

5 = enabled, first call in 3 minutes and then as set in parameter 986

6 = enabled, first call in 3 minutes and then as set by the server during the call

982

Check call interval

hhmmhhmm

00002359

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

983

Check call period

0–100 days

3 days

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

986

Days of week for check calls

mtwtfss

0000000

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

0 = do not call

1 = call

Example:
1000100 = the check 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.

990 Enable operational calls at events xxxxxxx 0000000

The value sets whether or not the operational call shall be triggered at events. Each digit enables (1) or disables (0) calls at actions in the following order:

Rescue end, Button stuck, Button unstuck, Audio error, Audio fixed.

Do not use in combination with event scripts!

991

Service password

up to 16 digits: 0–9

12345

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

992 Rescue password up to 16 digits: 0–9 empty Set the rescue process terminating password.
993 Enable automatic audio unit test 0–1 0

0 = disabled

1 = carry out an audio test of the audio units after the check call.

1100

Enable DHCP client

0–1

1

The DHCP server assigns the following to the devices via DHCP: IP address, network mask, default gateway and the address of the DNS server.**

0 = disabled

1 = enabled

1101 IP address   empty IP address assigned to the Ethernet interface (VoIP module). **
1102 Subnet mask   empty Gives the subnet bit mask. **
1103 Default gateway   empty

Sets the IP address of the router or PC via which communication is made outside the internal network. **

1104 DNS server   empty Represents the IP address of the DNS server. **
1105 SIP server   empty Represents the IP address for login to the counterparty (PBX, operator). **
1106 User up to 64 characters empty Represents the user name for login to the counterparty (PBX, operator). **
1107 Password up to 32 characters empty Represents the password for login 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 Represents the PBX (operator) port via which the SIP Proxy communicates with the terminals connected. **
1110 Registration validity 0–3600 s 0 s 0 = registration validity not sent (assigned by the counterparty)**
1111 Authentication name   empty Set the name used for authentication.
1112 Display name   empty

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   empty If the domain is not set, the registrar is used instead.
1114 Outgoing proxy   empty 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.
1120 RTSP server   empty IP camera RTSP address (H.264) (e.g. AXIS rtsp://192.168.1.100/onvif-media/media.amp)
1121 Username   empty IP camera login user name
1122 Password   empty IP camera login password
1150 Time zone -12–12 1 Set the time zone (UTC) in which 2N® LiftIP is installed.
1151 Synchronisation period 60–86400 s 3600 s Set how often 2N® LiftIP shall synchronise with the SNTP server. **
1160 SNTP on 0–1 0

Enable SNTP synchronisation. **

0 = disabled

1 = enabled

1161 SNTP server 1 address   212.51.144.44

**

1162 SNTP server 2 address   81.95.103.173 **
1230 Client enabled 0–1 0 Data client enable (refer to the 2N® Lift8 manual, Subs. 7.1 Control Panel) **
1231 Server IP address   empty 2N® Lift8 server IP address **
1232 Server port 1–65535 7008

Represents the port via which the data client communicates. **

1234 Password     Make sure that the password matches the intercom password in the Control Panel. **

* This parameter can only be set via the voice menu (incoming call to 2N® LiftIP).

** This parameter can only be set via the Service Tool.

Note

  • Independent of power supply, the used memory is capable of keeping data for 10 years at least unless 2N® LiftIP is damaged electrically.