Appendix BE1430

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the telephone transmitter

Telephone Transmitter

The Visit Telephone Transmitter
Art. no. BE1430

Appendix

Further information

Connection

The Telephone Transmitter has the following methods of activation:

  • The telephone transmitter is connected via the telephone connector (6) using the telephone cable supplied for the telephone socket.
  • Various accessories can be connected via the exterior external trigger socket (3), see below.
  • Various accessories can be connected via the interior external trigger connection block (7), see below.
  • With pushbutton (2).

For more information about the indications provided by the receivers in the Bellman Visit system, refer to Appendix/Further information/Settings below.

Connecting an External Trigger

An external trigger on the Telephone Transmitter can be connected to the vibrator output on several of Bellman & Symfon AB’s products or to other equipment that produces a voltage or contact for activation. In addition, the following accessories can be used:

  • magnetic switch BE9023 (accessory)
  • door entering contact mat BE9024 (accessory)
  • a pushbutton that produces a contact.

connections

  1. Entry monitor
  2. Magnetic switch
  3. Pushbutton
  4. Door phone
  5. 3.5 mm jack plug
  6. Exterior external trigger
  7. Interior external trigger
  8. Analogue telephone connection

Settings

No adjustments are required for normal use. The relevant descriptions are provided below, if you wish to change a setting for some reason.

Radio key

In order to use several Bellman Visit Systems close to one another without interference, different Radio Keys can be set on the different systems. All Bellman Visit System units are supplied from the factory tuned to the same Radio Key, channel 0. This means that all Radio Key Switches on the transmitters are set to the OFF position.

  • To alter the Radio Key, move the Radio Key Switches (5) to the desired positions.

Please note:red triangle

All Bellman Visit products within the same system must be tuned to the same Radio Key in order to operate as a group.

Signal pattern

A Signal Pattern is the name for the way in which a receiver in the Bellman Visit System indicates activation. Changing the transmitters’ Signal Switch changes the Signal Pattern which the receivers display when the transmitter is activated. Follow the instructions under Appendix/Further information/Settings/Setting the activation pattern to make your choice.

THE FOLLOWING SIGNAL PATTERNS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE VISIT TELEPHONE TRANSMITTER BE1430:
TypeLED patternSoundVibrationFlash
Green 1 Green is constantly lit 1 x ding dong, low-frequency tone Separate Yes
Green 2 Green blinks in sequences of two  2 x ding dong, low-frequency tone Separate Yes
Green 3 Green blinks in sequences of three  1 x ding dong, high-frequency tone Separate Yes
Green 4 Green blinks constantly  2 x ding dong, high-frequency tone Separate Yes
Yellow 1 Yellow is constantly lit 1 x ring, low-frequency tone Short Yes
Yellow 2 Yellow blinks in sequences of two  2 x ring ring, low-frequency tone Short Yes
Yellow 3 Yellow blinks in sequences of three  1 x ring, high-frequency tone Short Yes
Yellow 4 Yellow blinks constantly 2 x ring ring, high-frequency tone Short Yes
Orange 1 Orange is constantly lit  Baby Rapid Yes
Orange 2 Orange blinks in sequences of two  Baby Rapid Yes
Orange 3 Orange blinks in sequences of three  Baby Rapid Yes
Orange 4 Orange blinks constantly  Baby Rapid Yes
VMA  Red and Orange constantly blink alternately  VMA constant Long Yes
Fire alarm Red blinks constantly  Fire alarm constant Long Yes

Setting the Activation Pattern

The Telephone Transmitter can be activated in four different ways, see above diagram.
On delivery the Telephone Transmitter sends the same signal regardless of the input causing the activation. 
By changing the Signal Switches (4), different inputs on the same Telephone Transmitter can transmit different Signal Patterns.


In this way the same Telephone Transmitter can, for example, be used to transmit a Telephone Signal when activated via the telephone socket (6), Door Signal when activated via the interior external trigger (7), Door Signal 2 when activated via the Exterior External Trigger (3) and Baby Cry Signal when activated via the Test Button (2). This is all done with the same unit.

The figure below shows the standard settings that are available.
     Signal pattern on activation from:  
 Signal switch PushbuttonTelephone input Exterior external trigger Interior external trigger 
 dip0000 Yellow 1 Yellow 1 Green 1  Green 3 
 dip0001 Green 1 Yellow 1 Green 2 Green 4 
 dip0010 Orange 2 Yellow 1  Orange 1 Orange 3 
 dip0011 Green 4 Yellow 1  Orange 2 Orange 4 
 dip0100 Green 3 Yellow 2  Green 3 Green 1 
 dip0101 Orange 1 Yellow 2  Green 4 Green 2 
 dip0110 Green 2 Yellow 2  Orange 3  Orange 1 
 dip0111 Orange 3 Yellow 3  Green 1 Green 3  
 dip1000 Green 1 Yellow 3  Green 2 Green 4 
 dip1001 Green 4 Yellow 3  Orange 4  Orange 2 
 dip1010 Orange 4 Yellow 4  Green 3  Green 2 
 dip1011 Green2  Yellow 4  Green 4 Green 1 
 dip1100 Orange 1  Yellow 4 Orange 3  Green 4 
 dip1101 Green 3 Yellow 4  Green 4  Orange 4 
 dip1110  VMA VMA  VMA VMA 
 dip1111 Fire alarm Fire alarm  Fire alarm Fire alarm

 

Testing

It is easy to test the Bellman Visit Telephone Transmitter. If the Telephone Transmitter does not work as described below, you can check further under Troubleshooting/Troubleshooting guide.

How to test

Proceed as follows to check the Telephone Transmitter’s transmitter:

  • Press the Telephone Transmitter’s test button (2).
  • The Telephone Transmitter should now light up LED (1) to show that it has been activated and that it is transmitting a signal to the receivers in the Bellman Visit 868 System.
  • The receivers in the system will indicate an alarm according to the way that the Telephone Transmitter has been set up using the Signal Switches (4).

To check all the functions on the telephone transmitter:

  • Check that the Telephone Transmitter is correctly connected. Refer to Getting started/Unpacking, fitting and testing the unit for connection instructions.
  • Activate the Telephone Transmitter in the appropriate way. You can use any of the four activation options.
  • The Telephone Transmitter should now light up LED (1) to show that it has been activated and that it is transmitting a signal to the receivers in the Bellman Visit 868 System.
  • The receivers in the system will indicate an alarm according to the way that the Telephone Transmitter has been set up using the Signal Switches (4).

Troubleshooting

You can carry out a number of checks yourself before sending a product for repair. 

Troubleshooting guide
ProblemSolution
Nothing happens when the transmitter is activated with the test button.
  • Change the battery. Only use an alkaline 6LR61 or a lithium 6F22 type battery.
  • Check that all the connections are correct.
The LED (1) lights up yellow when the Telephone Transmitter is activated.
  • Change the battery. Only use an alkaline 6LR61 or a lithium 6F22 type battery.
The LED (1) lights up green when the Telephone Transmitter is activated, but the receivers are not signalling.
  • Check the battery in the receiver.
  • Check that all units in the Bellman Visit 868 System are set to the same Radio Key. For further information see Appendix/Further information/Settings/Radio key.
  • Check that the receivers are not placed too far away by moving them closer to the transmitter.
The receiver emits a strange sounding alarm when activated by the Telephone Transmitter.
  • Set the Signal Switch to 0000.
The receiver signals when no transmitter is activated.
  • Change the Radio Key on all units in the relevant Bellman Visit 868 System. There is probably another system nearby with the same Radio Key.

 

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