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Functionality:

  • Signalization of pressed button on the HIP device into the KNX system
  • Activation of the door lock connected into the HIP device via the KNX system
  • This guide leads you through the configuration of connecting 2N® IP Intercom  with home automation systems of different vendors.

Requirements

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 This configuration is possible only for 2N® IP intercoms with input

  • 2N® IP Verso
  • 2N® LTE Verso
  • 2N® IP Vario with a card reader
  • 2N® IP Force with a card reader or an additional switch with input
  • 2N® IP Safety with an additional switch with input
  • 2N® IP Base


The latest firmware in 2N® IP intercom
Firmware update - How to do firmware update on 2N IP intercoms

 

KNX configuration:

  • On the KNX site of installation is used KNX actuator with, at least, one input. The connection diagram is shown in the Pic. 1. You can activate the actuator when the button of the HIP is pressed at the same time as the outgoing call is made and also send a information about this to the KNX system and activated for example lights on your driveway etc. The KNX system than send the information to IN1-setting is shown in the Pic.3. The lock itself is control by the OUT1

Connection diagram:


Pic. 1


2N® IP Intercom configuration:

  • Please set up all the other setting as usually
  • In case you are using the 2N® IP Force install and allow the card reader in the configuration of the device
  • Set the Automation API inputs and outputs for the communication with the KNX actuator, follow the setting in the Pic. 2, When the button is pressed the Relay 1 is activated

Pic. 2

 

  • In the Menu Hardware  - Door - REX Input Control follow the setting in the Pic. 3

Pic. 3


  • As a last step activate Switch 1 as is shown in the Pic. 4
                     Pic. 4