In case it is needed to use
a 2N® Indoor Touch 1.0 or 2.0 for opening the lock without picking up the call
or just hang up immediately after opening it is possible to
Note: An integration license may be required for using HTTP commands.
Lets pretend the intercom has an IP address 192.168.1.10 for our example.
In the intercom's web interface, go to Hardware / Switches / Switch1 and type to the Switch-On Command field:
Now, it is needed to setup the security for this feature. There are 2 ways to go on:
- Please, go to Services / HTTP API / Services, setup Connection Type to Unsecured (TCP) and Authentication to None for Phone/Call API.
- Please, go to Services / HTTP API / Services, setup Connection Type to Unsecured (TCP) for Phone/Call API.
- Please, go to Services / HTTP API / Account 1, enable the account and create your credentials (User Name, Password).
- Check Monitoring and Control check boxes for Phone/Call Access.
- Return to the Hardware / Switches / Switch1 and use the credentials for the HTTP Command
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Now it is ready to use unlocking and hanging up procedure in one step.
set up this feature with Automation.
Navigate to menu Services > Automation and select one of the functions:
Create this Automation and select the correct Output that you will be controlling from the 2N® Indoor Touch 1.0 or 2.0:
Make sure that the electric opener/lock is always connected to the intercom's 12V output using a security relay to make the installation safe. The motherboard relay is used for switching lights or other peripherals that do not have to be secured.
It is always recommended that the 2N® Security Relay (Part No. 9159010) is used for increased security.
Date of release: 18. 2. 2021
Used devices in the manual:
List of compatible hardware: