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You can set the 2N answering units to unlock up to multiple locks either during a call or without a call.

2N IP intercom configuration

First, you need to set activation codes for switches in the intercom. Go to the “Hardware -> Switches” section in the web interface and set different codes for each switch. You can also choose desired controlled output or set the HTTP command for each switch.

 

 

2N® Indoor Talk configuration

After setting the Activation codes in the IP intercom, go to the web interface of the 2N® Indoor Talk. Then go to the “Directory -> Devices -> “Added intercom” -> Unlock Button Function” section and fill in the Switch activation codes there.

After that everything is set correctly, and you can open the first lock/switch on the 2N® Indoor Talk by short-pressing the Lock symbol and by long-pressing the lock symbol you open the second lock. 

2N® Indoor Compact configuration

After setting the Activation codes in the IP intercom, go to the web interface of the 2N® Indoor Compact. Then go to the “Directory -> Devices -> “Added intercom” -> Unlock Button Function” section and fill in the Switch activation codes there.

After that everything is set correctly, and you can open desired lock/switch on the 2N® Indoor Compact by clicking on the Lock symbol and choosing the lock.

 

2N® Indoor View configuration

After setting the Activation codes in the IP intercom, go to the web interface of the 2N® Indoor View. Then go to the “Directory -> Devices -> “Added intercom” -> Unlock Button Function” section and fill in the Switch activation codes there.

After that everything is set correctly, and you can open desired lock/switch on the 2N® Indoor View by clicking on the Lock symbol and choosing the lock.

Last update

2021-06-14

Devices Used

2N® IP Verso (FW 2.32.2.41.22)

2N® Indoor Talk (FW 2.32.1.41.12)

2N® Indoor Compact (FW 2.32.1.41.12)

2N® Indoor View (FW 2.32.1.41.12)

Licences required

License is not needed – standard function