How to Install a Videofied XT Alarm Panel?

How to Install a Videofied XT Alarm Panel?

this video is going to cover the entire
initial programming process on a videofied XTI-IP630 system so we’ll go ahead and
insert your sim card and then we’re going to power the unit now the XT unit is powered grab your keypad and also power that up to enroll the keypad into the panel
press the programming button one time and then escape and clear at the same
time on the keypad you’ll see the flashing LED and our key pad has now
been enrolled into the system and you’re going to press ok to enter initial
programming so here I’ve got a head-mounted the
keypad cover to the wall ready to get the two screws right here and here but
this is the most important here this is the breakaway tamper so if someone were
to rip this keypad off-the-wall this piece would remain and the system and
transmit the tamper alarm so let’s go ahead and place our keep it onto the
back cover here to make sure we’re lining up these tick marks on either
side and then we’re just going to slide the keypad down until it clicks into
place and go ahead and wake up your keypad
sore back in the initial programming we’re going to select our language
english this is asking us to radio range test
the keypad so this is going to do if we hit OK is initiate the test and while
this test is running what it’s actually doing is sending data packets
bi-directionally between the control panel and the keypad here so we actually
want to see this climb to 9 of 9 and hold at nine of nine for approximately
30 seconds before we stop the test and hit OK to stop it and we’re going to
hit know since we already ran the range test and now it’s prompting us to create
a four to six digit installer code i’m going to go ahead and take my coat in
here re-enter and then we get assigned a name to it
but i’m just going to go ahead and press ok here so it takes a generic access
number since it’s the first coat on the system is going to take access number
one we’re going to set the date and time here we’re going to be provided with two
different options here auto or right arrow we could set to
manual that’s self-explanatory we’re just going to change it back to auto
which is a timezone feature press ok we’re going to set are UTC time zone and
we’re located in st. Paul Minnesota so we’re on central and so now we’re in the
subs own and i’m going to select my timezone here central US and canada connecting the monitoring station we
always want to go ahead and press ok on this option here this is going to enable
the videofied system for monitoring and allow us to enter the necessary information so
here we have the account number this is typically going to be four to eight
digit number at the Central Station will provide to you next we can configure the periodic test
on the system typically it’s going to be set up for 24 hour so we can press ok
there and then it’s going to prompt us set up
the time of day which is going to report on a 24-hour clock starting with the
hour we can use the arrow keys here to modify that press ok and then we can
modify the minutes as well gonna set it to 230 and press ok and this brings us
to events state modification this 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 because these settings come
pre-configured by default just going to go ahead and skip over this option here now we’re at server addresses this is
where we can enter the IP domain and port information for the Central Station
press ok to enter that menu this will bring us to our primary IP
address we can go ahead and scroll through with the arrows so it takes us
to the primary domain primary port and this will typically be 88 scroll to the
secondary IP secondary domain secondary port option and then the TMT IP address
which allows for remote maintenance so we have a IP domain or port for that as
well and scrolling around takes us back to the primary IP address press ok to modify that and we’re going
to go ahead and type the IP in here so keep in mind that it does need to be
three digits for octet here so if there is a two-digit number it does need to
have that proceeding 0 press ok to save that and then we’re done we can hit escape no
to back out of that menu and escape now again to bypass server addresses since
we were just in there next up is the calling strategy of the
videofied system so we can configure the system so that set up the transmitted only over IP
she’s going to be eth your Ethernet here we can configure it for only cellular
defined as 2g 3G or the default which is primary on
ethernet secondary on gsm i’m going to set it up for that this brings us to 2g 3G parameters we
can enter the information for our sim card then really the only thing that’s
relevant under here is going to be the APN code which differs depending on the
same provider that you’re using so we can press okay we’ve got the coal in
there and now we can go ahead and type r AP and code in it ok to save that and
that’s all we need to do in this menu so we’re going to go ahead and hit escape
note back out escape know again to bypass 2g 3G parameter since we were
just in there and this is where we can test our cell reception on the panel so
press ok to initiate that and this test will typically take between 20 to 30
seconds before you see a result and here we have our result just keep in
mind that we do want to see a minimum of three of five here but we also want to
make sure that we allow it to rest on the screen once we’ve got a result just
to verify that the signals not fluctuating and then press ok to exit
the test and escape no to bypass that 2g 3G level test which brings us next to
ethernet parameters we can define r.i.p parameters for the panel so what you will notice here is that it
is configured for dhcp by default which means that it should pull an IP
automatically when plugged into a router or switch and therefore we’re just going
to skip over these options for this demonstration which brings us to
ethernet status where we can actually test the panel’s connection on the local
network and verify that it’s pulling a local IP i’m going to press ok to initiate this
test here and we’re going to wait for the result and there we have a result that’s all happy and that’s exactly what we want to
see I’m going to hit OK to end that test and then escape no ethernet status which brings us to areas configuration
this is just prompting us to name the areas and instead i’m just going to skip
over this that next is arming profile the default is going to be standalone
and the other option is going to be extender so if we plan to piggyback the
video file system onto an existing host panel that’s the setting that we would
use that were for this demonstration I’m just going to set it to stand alone and
hit OK on that option next we can configure exit delay and the
minimum is 45 seconds but if we scroll through we have one minute and a maximum of two minutes so I’m just going to set it back to the 45 second now we can set our entry delay so as you
can see here the minimums 15 on this one 30-45 one minute up to the 2-minute max
when we saw with that exit delay i’m going to go ahead and set this to 45
just like we have 4x delay which brings us to recording devices so
we’re going to go ahead and grab our first device the imv press the enroll
button and that device has now been learned
into the system so we see motion blur one recorded going to press ok and now we can range test this device
just like we did with the keypad so if we press ok here that will initiate the
test and you can observe on the physical device a blinking LED for every
successful ping that it receives on that range test and you want to ensure that
this holds at nine of nine for approximately 30 seconds before we go
ahead and the test press ok to end it and then escape no no bypasses so here we have the area a location
which means we could set this device up for delay for instance of area one is
our delay area area to would be instant i’m just going to place this in the
delay area and now we are prompted to name this
device typically you want to assign a name based on what this device is
protecting so if we were trying to protect the front door maybe you want to
call front door or rear door but you can enter whatever you like in here press ok when you’re done the final step in the device enrollment
process is the functional device test and this will test the function of the
PIR sensor on the motion viewer and as you can see when i go ahead and wave my
hand in front of this device we’re getting that led notification which lets
us know that this device is PR is detecting properly press ok when you’re satisfied with the
results of the test and then we can enter a new device so
i’m going to hit okay i have a door sensor here and I’m going to roll pressing the enrollment button got the
LED and the device is checking in and the contact has been recorded now press ok and again I want a radio range
test this device as well i’m going to press ok to initiate the test and just
like we saw with the indoor motion viewer the LED is flashing once for
every successful packet that it receives so again we want to allow this test to
climb to 9 of 9 and hold there for approximately 30 seconds and then press
ok to end the test escape known a bypass up i’m going to
set this up in area 1 so it follows the entry and exit delays and because this
is a door or window sensor we can actually set this up as a perimeter
device here so it’s going to prompt us for that i’m going to say yes to this and again we’re going to assign a name
to this device this example I’m just going to name this
entry and the final enrollment step here 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 we initiate this test you’re going to want to ensure that you
have the magnet lined up properly with the door contact once you’ve done so
press ok to initiate the test separate the contact from the magnet you can
observe that the LED illuminates when the device is in the open state and that
the LED is no longer lit when the devices and it’s closed state finally
press ok to end the tests and since i’m not planning to enroll any other devices
in this demonstration I’m going to hit the escape now to move forward in
programming because the system has detected a badger ater it’s asking if we
would like to enroll any badges at this time I’ve actually got a badge here so i’m
going to say yes to this press ok and then i’m going to present the batch to
the reader see the green LED and now it’s prompting us to name this badge so
for this demonstration I’m just going to name it badge one and that’s all there is to itfor rolling
a batch so i’m going to hit escape know since i’m not planning to enroll any
other badges at this time but there’s one final important step which requires
that we place the cover onto the panel so that the tamper is secure once that step has been completed we’re
going to see this operation completed prompt we’re going to press ok which brings us to the end of the installation of the Videofied XT panel.

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2 Replies to “How to Install a Videofied XT Alarm Panel?”

  1. 0:57 u talk about brake away tamper but didn’t have a screw in it πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜πŸ˜‚

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