Panel

In the tab, you configure settings for apartment, device, calls, and SIP calls.

Apartment Settings 


For correct panel functioning, you must enter information about its logical address:

  • panel operation mode;
  • building number; 
  • unit number; 
  • floor number;
  • apartment number;
  • device number

Info

Panel mode

For the AV-01BD, AV-01D, AV-01ED, AV-01MD, AV-01MFD, AV-02D, AV-02FDE, AV-02IDE, AV-02IPD, AV-03B, AV-03BD, AV-04ASD, AV-04AFD, AV-04FD, AV-04SD, AV-05FD, AV-05SD the personal mode is required for correct work. This working mode implies that the panel is connected directly to the monitor/s in the room. 


If you have more than 1 entrance panel with the same logical address, you need to specify their device numbers, starting from 1 for the main device, and from 2 to 9 for others.

For correct functioning, the panel and the monitor must have the same building, unit, floor, and apartment number in apartment settings. Also for monitors, you must indicate their device numbers.

According to the panel settings from the photo above, the monitor with the logical address (number) 0001-01-11-11 will be called. In this logical address, 0001 is Building No., 01 stands for Unit No., 11 is Floor No., and 11 is a number of apartment. Thus, the same logical address must be set in the monitor settings: building - 1, unit - 1, floor - 11, apartment - 11.

If there are no such settings, you must make forwarding queues for apartments with IP addresses or SIP numbers of monitors.

SIP settings


These settings are required for the correct work of calls via SIP protocol. Step-by-step guide how to get SIP nubmers and configure a panel for SIP calls if you use BAS-IP SIP server you can find here.

To configure SIP calls for the panel, you must enable device SIP registration and enter the following parameters: 

  • SIP server proxy that can be represented by both an IP address and a domain name;

Data format:

Before the proxy address, you must enter "sip:",e.g. sip:gb.sip.bas-ip.com. A full list of BAS-IP servers for each country is available here

If you use a third-party SIP server, you can also indicate a non-standard port in the format: 

sip:gb.sip.bas-ip.com:1506 where gb.sip.bas-ip.com is a SIP server proxy, 1506 is a non-standard port.

  • SIP server address that can be represented by both an IP address and a domain name;

Data format:

If you use a third-party SIP server, you can also indicate a non-standard port in the format: 

gb.sip.bas-ip.com:1506 where gb.sip.bas-ip.com is a SIP server proxy, 1506 is a non-standard port.

  • port of the STUN server;

Note:

19302 port is used for the Google STUN server.

  • user SIP number (up to 20 characters); 
  • password for SIP number (up to 20 characters);
  • transport type: UDP/TCP/TLS. 

Note:

UDP is good for speed and efficiency.

TCP is great for reliable IP-packet delivery. 

TLS is best for encryption, authentication, data integrity, and secure SIP trunking. 

You can enable the auto re-registration to renew the lost connection with the SIP server and enter the re-registration interval (from 5-600 seconds). The feature is recommended to use in networks with an unstable Internet connection. If necessary, you can re-register the device manually by clicking the appropriate button.

Call settings 


At this part you can:

  • enable/disable a call to the specified number when pressing the connected to the door sensor input button (Call button mode must be set);
  • indicate the direction (number) to which the call will be made when pressing the connected call button; 
  • enable/disable autoanswer of all incoming calls;
  • enable/disable ending a call by pressing the button on the panel;
  • enable/disable automatic ending of call after opening a lock;
  • configure call max time in sec (up to 2 h period after which the panel automatically ends an outgoing call if there is no answer);
  • configure talk max time in sec (up to 24 h period after which the panel automatically ends the outgoing conversation).

Device settings


In this section you can: 

  • select preferred video quality (resolution) (320x240/640х480/1280х720);
  • select preferred RTP data profile;
  • adjusts a volume level of a panel speaker;
  • enter RTSP username (login to get access to a panel RTSP stream);
  • enter RTSP password (password to get access to a panel RTSP stream).

Relay settings 


Here you can select the initial state of the panel relay when the device is turned on. If you select Switch when the device is turned on, so the relay will switch the position to the opposite. The relay will return to its original position after turning off the panel. The relay will not switch the position when the device is turned on and off if the corresponding mode is selected.  

The feature is good when you want/don't to keep the lock open or closed (if an electromagnetic lock is used) if there is no device power supply.  

Camera mode 


Panel camera can work in 2 modes: QR reader (QR codes can be used as identifiers) and RTSP server (additional surveillance camera). Stream from the RTSP service can be recorded on NVR. In this section, you can select mode and set the following backlight options:

  • the illumination level at which the camera switches to the black and white mode and the backlight turns on; 
  • backlight duration from 0 to 600 sec;
  • a number of frames during which the illumination level is measured to switch the mode.