How to Install a Videofied W Series Security System?

How to Install a Videofied W Series Security System?

this instructional video will detail the
entire initial programming process on a videofied WIP630 system we’ll begin by inserting the SIM card
into the panel and then we’re going to power the unit
by connecting the rechargeable lithium battery and the power supply next I’m going to insert the batteries into the keypad and wait
for the audible double beep to learn the keypad into the videofied panel begin by pressing the init button once followed by a single simultaneous press
of the escape no unclear buttons on the keypad once the keypad displays keypad one
recorded press the ok button to enter initial programming so at this point I’ve already mounted
the keypads back cover directly to the wall keep in mind that this section is the
most important here is this is the tamper breakaway in other words if an
intruder were to forcibly tear this keypad from the wall this section would
break off and the panel would immediately transmitted a tamper alarm i’m going to close up the keypad at this
time be sure to align the markers on both sides of the keypad with the top
markers on the cover here and here once aligned simply slide the keypad downward
so that it locks into place with the back cover I’m now ready to continue on through
initial programming i’m going to select the language first by pressing ok now this is prompting us to radio range
test this keypad it is always important to initiate this test i’m going to press
ok here and the function of this test is to
measure the RF performance or range between this device and the panel by
sending data packets bi-directionally so this should climb to 9 of 9 and continue
to hold at night of $MONTH nine for approximately 20 seconds press ok when you’re ready to stop the
test and then press the no button when prompted with radio range test again to
move forward with programming it’s now prompting us to create the
first code on this system which is a four to six digit installer code for
this demonstration I will use four three two one confirm the code next we can assign a name to the code so
for this code i’m simply going to call it installer and once I’ve entered the name
completely i can press ok to move forward in programming next is the time and date setting to enter this parameter and there will
be two options available auto and manual manual is
self-explanatory whereas auto allows us to select a UTC
time zone since we’re here on central time i’m
going to select UTC negative 6 and press ok now i can scroll to the corresponding
sub-zone which should be central us / canada and i can press ok to continue this brings us to the monitoring section
of programming now you’ll always want to press ok on connecting to monitor
station since this will allow us to enter the necessary information for
monitoring station this brings us to the account number and
here we can enter the corresponding account number supplied by your central
station in this example I’m going to use 9999 then i’m going to press ok to save
that parameter next we can configure the periodic test setting starting with the
frequency of transmission and 24-hour reporting is standard so press ok to
confirm the setting now we need to configure the test report time starting
with the test our and we’ll use arrow keys here to scroll to the desired our
press ok and then adjust the minutes and press ok again to accept the selection now the event state modification option
provides us with the ability to toggle individual event reporting and restores
on the system for things such as tampers low batteries arm and disarm events etc
all standard events will come pre-configured by default so I’ll press
no here to bypass this option now we can enter the server address
information for the monitoring station starting with the primary IP or domain
press ok to enter the menu and then press ok to begin typing the IP address
for this example we are using the video fight IP address one CIP has been
entered press ok to save the parameter press escape no to exit the menu and then escape know again on server
addresses to move forward so I’ve completed entering the monitoring
station server address information and now i can configure the systems
communication paths starting with cellular for this demonstration I want
to enable cellular communication so i’m going to press ok here next press ok to enter this menu to
input the APN code which corresponds with the type of SIM card installed in
the panel press ok to confirm the setting and then escape know again to move
forward so now that i’ve completed entering the EP encode we can now test
the cellular signal of the panel press ok to initiate the test and just keep in
mind that this test will typically take approximately 15 to 30 seconds to return
a result and we’ve received a result of four of
five which is more than sufficient press escape no here to move forward and
programming next we can define the ethernet communication path parameters
for this demonstration I want to enable ethernet so i’m going to press ok here so since we’ve enabled ethernet
communication on the system ethernet parameters allows the user to define the
settings note that the system will automatically
connect to a local network via DHCP and therefore there shouldn’t be anything i
need to configure in this menu for this demonstration so i can skip over it
using the no button now ethernet status will allow us to confirm the panel is
establish the connection on the local network by returning the local IP
address which has been assigned to the panel press ok to initiate the test and that result right there is our
confirmation so i can press ok to acknowledge the
result followed by escape no on the ethernet status question to exit and
move forward and programming this next section allows us to specify a
custom name for each of the four areas on our system since I don’t want to
enter custom names for each area at this time i can simply press escape know to
keep the default names now we can configure our exit delay and the minimum
is 45 seconds but if i scroll the options here you can see that we can
select one minute and a maximum of two minutes for this example I will select
45 seconds next we can set up our entry delay
you’ll see the various options as I scroll through 15-second 30-second 45
second one minute and a maximum of two minutes just like we saw on our exit
delay but again for this example I’m going to
select 45 seconds to match the exit delay and this brings us to the next
section where we can finally begin to enroll additional devices into the
system because the screen is already stating
press program but no device I can grab my first device which is an indoor
motion viewer and i’m going to press its enroll button as demonstrated to learn
it into this system so here we’ve received confirmation that
the motion viewer has been accepted into the system take note that while we just enrolled
the first motion viewer is important to understand that the first device
enrolled into this system was the keypad therefore the key that is occupying zone
number one and this first motion viewer is now occupying zone number two so that
stated I can press ok to proceed into the device setup process next up is the radio range test and
remember this option allows us to range test this device exactly as I
demonstrated earlier with the keypad after beginning initial programming so
again i can press ok to initiate the test and you’ll be able to observe a
blinking LED as shown on the devices PIR lens as the number of nine climbs for
every successful ping the devices received during the range test to end
the test press ok i’ll buy a press on the no button to skip over the radio
range test question screen and move forward and programming this second
option allows us to define the behavior of the device by placing it into an area
and since I want this device to trigger instantly once the system is armed for
this example I’m going to select area too next I can assign a name to this device
and typically you want to assign a name based on what this device is protecting
for this example I’m going to call this front hall and once I’ve completed entering the
name i can press ok to save the name which leads us to the final step in the
device enrollment process called functional device test and this will
test the function of the PIR sensor on the motion viewer press ok to initiate
the test so as you can see demonstrated here as I wave my hand in front of the
device the LED indicator confirms that the devices motion sensor is functioning
properly press ok to end the test so now that
we’ve completed the setup process for the motion viewer we can roll another
device in the system so this next device is a door contact
that I have button on it as shown and again this screen contact one
recorded confirms that the device has been accepted into the system press ok and again I want to arrange test this
device as well press ok to initiate the test and just
like we saw the inner motion viewer the LED is flashing once for every
successfully received in after the result is held steady at nine of nine
for about 20 seconds press ok and the test and then again press no’ to move
past radio range test and for this device I wanted to be subject to the
system wide entry and exit delays so i’m going to select area one and because this is a door or window
sensor it will prompt us by default to configure this sensor as a perimeter
device so i’m going to say yes to this option by pressing ok next I want to
assign a name to this device as well and i’m going to call this one front door and again the final enrollment step is
the functional device test keep in mind that this test is essential
when it comes to door contacts as it will determine the normal state of the
device so before initiating the test ensure the reed switch and magnetar line
properly and then press ok to initiate tests separating the magnet from the
reed switch will cause the devices led to eliminate while in an open state and
the LED will turn off when the devices in its closed state finally press ok to
end the test and we’re now seeing the prompt to
enroll another device but because i don’t have another device to enroll at
this time i’m going to press no’ here so the reason why we’re seeing the badge
entered prompt here is because the system is actually detected a bad reader
is present and it’s asking if we’d like to enroll a badge at this time which i
do so i can press ok here so here’s my video 5 badge and i’m going to present
it to the badge reader note the green LED and now we can assign a name to this
badge in this example I don’t want to enter custom name so I’m simply going to
press ok and the badge will assume a generic access name and number that’s
all there is to it to enroll a badge into the system and i’m going to press
no’ here since i’m not planning to enroll any other badges at this time and this leads us to the one final
important step which requires that we place the cover on the panel so that the
tamper is secure 1set step has been completed take note
of the operation completed display it is important at this final stage to ensure
that there are not any open devices as the panel will run a systems check after
pressing the ok button here if there are any false found such as an open tamper
during this check it will temporarily stop completion of the initial
programming process until all faults have been addressed for our purposes
here I’ve ensured that all devices are secure and i can press ok finally look for the installation
successful status display and then they’re ready to arm home screen this will indicate initial programming
has now been completed which brings us to the conclusion of
this videofied instructional video

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