The purpose of this application is to provide detailed
instructions on configuring intercom and paging functions between OmniTouch 7
touchscreens and supported door stations. The application will provide the
- Touchscreen-to-Touchscreen Intercom
Any touchscreen will be able to call any other
individual touchscreen and perform two-way communications. A proper scenario would be to use a
touchscreen located in one area of the residence, to call a touchscreen in
another area of the residence without announcing over all other touchscreens.
a Group of Touchscreens
Any touchscreen will be able to call a specific
group of touchscreens to make an announcement (one-way call). A proper scenario
of this would be the homeowner paging everyone in the home to announce that
it's dinner time.
When a door station is rung, it will notify a
specific group of touchscreens with a preview of the door station's camera
feed. If any of the touchscreens answers, it will establish a video call with
that door station and stop ringing the other touchscreens.
OmniTouch 7 has to know if a door station is
calling it and its make (2N or other door station), in order to display the
Multiple door stations will be supported.
Automation Controller: Omni LTe, Omni IIe, Omni Pro II, Lumina, and
Lumina Pro (Note: automation
controller must be running firmware version 3.9 or higher).
touchscreens must be running firmware version 1.14 and Kernel 1.2 or
Access Software: must be running version 220.127.116.119 or higher.
SIP Server: SIP server must support:
Group / Hunt Group
Door Station – currently support
for Leviton Door Station and Helios 2N
The following instructions are a general overview for
configuring a SIP server:
up the SIP server on the local network. A static IP address
must be used.
extensions for every touchscreen and door station.
extension requires a username and password. Any password may be used for
each device, but they can all use the same password for simplicity.
sure that each extension has H.264 video support enabled.
- Create a ring group extension for all of the touchscreen
extensions. This extension will be used by the door station(s).
- Create a
paging group extension for all of the touchscreen extensions. This
extension will be used to page all touchscreens from one of the
**** CRITICAL NOTE– before performing any of the following
steps, use the “Check for Updates” feature in PC Access to obtain and install
the latest updates for PC Access, the automation controller being used, and the
OmniTouch 7 touchscreens. Failure to
have all items properly updated will lead to unsatisfactory results.****
update requires two separate firmware update to be applied, in this order using
Application Firmware 1.14
****You can verify that each update is successful by entering the setup
screen and viewing the version numbers on the top left title bar.****
1. Open the controller’s PC Access file.
2. Click on Extended Setup and enter the
SIP Server Address – enter in the IP
Address assigned to the SIP server.
SIP Server Port – this is the port configured
in the SIP Server.
SIP Page Group – this is the number
created in the SIP server to page a group of extensions.
3. Click on OmniTouch 7 Screens and enter
the following for each OmniTouch 7 (Note: only the fields required for door station
integration are discussed here):
ID – enter in the desired ID for each
SIP Username – enter in the username
created for the assigned extension in the SIP server. CRITICAL NOTE: When using a Zycoo SIP Server, this "must" be the extension number and not name of the extension. When using an Epygi SIP Server, you must use the "user name" created for the extension. If using another brand of SIP server, check with the manufacturer as some products are extension specific, whereas others require a user name.
SIP Password – enter in the password
created for the assigned extension in the SIP server.
4.Click on Sip Stations and add the
following information for each SIP device (door station) that is not a
To add a SIP Station, click on the
green “+” in the icon bar.
SIP Station Name – this should be a name
that will identify itself to the touchscreens.
Station Type – select the type of
device (e.g. Helios 2n).
Station Address – enter in the
station’s IP Address or host name.
SIP Username – enter in the username
assigned by the SIP server for the station.
5. Once all of the above fields have been
completed, establish a connection to the automation controller and Write the
Extended Setup to the controller.
1. At each touchscreen installed, go into
the internal Setup Configuration and set the Touchscreen ID to match the value
set in the PC Access file.
2. Press the SAVE & EXIT button.
3. After rebooting, test the system.
Anytime any changes are made to the settings described in the PC Access
Configuration above, it is imperative that “all” of the OmniTouch 7
touchscreens be rebooted****