This manual is valid for 2N® IP Force, Safety, Verso, Access Unit.

In the first part we will show where is the tamper switch located or where it should be installed and in the second part we will see how to use it.

Physical installation / location of the tamper switch

2N® IP Force

In order to mount the tamper switch to the 2N® IP Force you need to also install the Additional switch (9151010) or the RFID reader (9151011, 9151031, 9151031S)

With additional switch


If the Additional Switch is installed, it is not possible to install Internal RFID Card Reader.

First install the additional switch (4) to the intercom

Now mount the tamper switch (9) on the additional switch (4)

With RFID reader

Keep in mind as the tamper switch shares the relay output (NO and NC) terminals, you cannot use the RELAY2 output with the tamper switch at the same time.

First install the RFID reader board (4) to the intercom

Now mount the tamper switch (10) on the RFID reader board

 

Once you will cover the front plate, two black buttons will be pressed and it will switch on NO and C of the terminal block and close the circuit. Afterwards if somebody tries to entry the 2N® IP Force, it will undo the circuit and trigger the tamper switch event.


2N® IP Safety

In order to mount the tamper switch to the 2N® IP Safety you need to also install the Additional switch (9151010)

With additional switch


The additional switch is the only way to install the tamper switch, as 2N® IP Safety does not support any internal RFID reader.

Keep in mind that it is not possible to connect this module to main unit Part No. 9152102W. (two buttons)

First install the additional switch (4) to the intercom.

Now mount the tamper switch (9) on the additional switch (4)

 

Once you will cover the front plate, two black buttons will be pressed and it will switch on NO and C of the terminal block and close the circuit. Afterwards if somebody tries to entry the 2N® IP Safety, it will undo the circuit and trigger the tamper switch event.

 

2N® IP Verso

You are able to mount the tamper switch to the 2N® IP Verso with usage of I/O (9155034) or Wiegand module (9155037) in order to be used via Automation.
It could be also installed alone and wired directly to the security control panel.

With I/O module

 

 

In order to control events of the temper switch in the Automation (Event - “InputChanged”) the input Tamper is addressed as follows: <module_name>.<tamper>, e.g. module2.tamper.

 



I/O module with Tamper switch contacts

Tamper switch mounting


With Wiegand module

 

 

In order to control events of the temper switch in the Automation the input Tamper is addressed as follows: <module_name>.<tamper>, e.g. module2.tamper.

 



Wiegand module with Tamper switch contacts

Tamper switch mounting

Standalone

The switch leads directly to the terminal board and is designed for connection to an external security exchange (32 V DC / 50 mA max).

This module is not connected to the bus.

 

 

2N® Access Unit 2.0

The tamper switch is already part of the motherboard as an optical sensor that can determine if anyone has removed the cover and opened the device.

Location of the tamper switch on the mainboard

2N® Access Unit

The tamper switch is already installed as mechanical sensor that can determine if anyone has removed the frame from the device.

Location of the tamper switch on the unit

2N® IP Base

The tamper switch is already installed as mechanical sensor (button) under the front cover that can determine if anyone has removed it.

Location of the tamper switch on the unit

2N® IP Uni

The tamper switch is already installed as mechanical button under the front cover, if anyone tries to undo the cover it will trigger the Tamper switch.

This Tamper switch cannot be controlled via Automation as the 2N® IP Uni does not support any licenses.

Tamper switch contacts are available on terminal block TAMPER SWITCH on the back of the unit.

Location of the terminal for tamper switch

 

 

Controlling the tamper switch

The tamper switch could be controlled via Automation (Enhanced Integration / Gold license required)
You can configure that after activation of tamper switch the e-mail, HTTP command can be sent to some 3rd party device, silent alarm or local alarm can be triggered, etc. You can see simple example in the picture below where the intruder is photographed (from 2N IP Intercom itself) after activation of tamper switch - somebody opens the front panel and e-mail with snapshots is sent to selected user.