Switches provide a very flexible and efficient control of such intercom peripherals as electric door locks, lighting, additional ringing signalling, and so on. 2N Helios IP allows you to configure up to 4 (depending on model types) independent all-purpose switches. 

A switch can be activated:

Switch activation can be blocked by an appropriately selected time profile if necessary. 

If a switch is active, you can:

The switch can work in the monostable or bistable mode. The switch is switched off after a timeout in the monostable mode, and switched on with the first activation and off with the next activation in the bistable mode.

The switch signals its state:

List of Parameters

 

  • Switch time profiles are available with the Gold or Enhanced Integration licence only.


  • 2N® Helios IP Vario – be sure to set the internal power supply and switching relay on the configuration connector.
  • 2N® Helios IP Force – the security relay is connected to the DOOR + and - terminals.


The table above includes a list of universal codes that help you activate switches from the phone or intercom keypad. Up to 10 universal codes can be defined for each switch (depending on the particular intercom model).

 

  • Activation by a quick dial button is available with the Gold or Enhanced Integration licence only.

 

  • The HTTP command sending is available with the Gold or Enhanced Integration licence only .

In case of use external relay part no.: 9137410E are used next HTTP commands:

  • To turn on the switch - http://ip_address/state.xml?relayState=1 (e.g.: http://192.168.1.10/state.xml?relayState=1)
  • To turn on for pre-defined time (default value is 1.5 s) - http://ip_address/state.xml?relayState=2 (e.g.: http://192.168.1.10/state.xml?relayState=2)
  • To turn off - http://ip_address/state.xml?relayState=0 (e.g.: http://192.168.1.10/state.xml?relayState=0)

 

In case of use external relay part no.: 9137411E are used next HTTP commands (Symbol X should be replaced with a number of the desired switch):

  • To turn on the switch - http://ip_address/state.xml?relayXState=1 (e.g.: http://192.168.1.10/state.xml?relay1State=1)
  • To turn on for pre-defined time (default value is 1.5 s) - http://ip_address/state.xml?relayXState=2 (e.g.: http://192.168.1.10/state.xml?relay1State=2)
  • To turn off - http://ip_address/state.xml?relayXState=0 (e.g.: http://192.168.1.10/state.xml?relay1State=0)

 

 

  • The switch time profiles are available with the Gold or Enhanced Integration licence only.