User manual BE1410
Learn more about how to use the
Learn more about how to use the
The Visit system consists of a number of radio transmitters and receivers. The transmitters detect different events in the surrounding area and transmit a radio signal to the receivers. The receivers pick up this signal and provide indications using light, sound and/or vibration.
The transmitter determines what type of light, sound or vibration should be displayed so that the reason for the indication is evident. Read through the entire user manual first and then start to install the system.
The BE1410 Visit Door Transmitter is a radio transmitter within the Bellman Visit 868 System for indoor use, which recognises the sound emitted by a doorbell.
The door transmitter is activated by the built-in microphone, via electromagnetic fields or via a BE9199/BE9200 Bellman External Door Microphone (accessory). On delivery the Door Transmitter is set to standard detection, which is suitable for most doorbells.
The BE1410 Visit Door Transmitter is suitable for use with a doorbell which gives a clear tone without any significant and rapid variations in sound. If the doorbell is electromechanical, the Door Transmitter also detects the electromagnetic field emitted by the doorbell. It is important that the Doorbell emits a detectable sound so that the door transmitter does not misinterpret it as speech, music, a vacuum cleaner or something else one does not want the door transmitter to respond to.
If there are difficulties in getting the Door Transmitter to respond to the doorbell, a BE9199 or BE9200 Bellman External Door Microphone can be used instead of the Door Transmitter’s internal microphone.
If the current doorbell, door telephone or telephone sound is difficult to detect even with the External Door Microphone, we recommend using a different solution. Other conceivable solutions are the BE1420 Visit Pushbutton Transmitter or BE1430 Visit Telephone Transmitter.
The Pushbutton Transmitter is a transmitter that can be placed on the outside of the door and this means that a normal doorbell is not required.
The Telephone Transmitter is a multiway transmitter which can be connected electrically to an existing doorbell. This cannot be done with all doorbells, door telephones or telephones.
If the BE9199/BE9200 Bellman External Door Microphone is used, the Door Transmitter can detect the difference between the sound coming from the internal microphone and the external door microphone. Using this function, the Door Transmitter can transmit different signals depending on which microphone the sound is coming from. The External Door Microphone can, for example, be used for a doorbell with a sound that is difficult for the internal microphone to detect, a door telephone or a telephone.
Please note: Do not place the Door Transmitter too close to the External Microphone since the internal microphone may interfere with the External Microphone.
It is important for the doorbell, door telephone or telephone to emit a loud enough sound, so that other loud sounds in the vicinity do not deceive the Door Transmitter into believing that it is the doorbell, door telephone or telephone. The sensitivity of the External Door Microphone can be adjusted using the training function and this allows adjustments to be made to the doorbell, door telephone or telephone. It is important to carry out this adaptation to ensure that the Door Transmitter operates as well as possible.
The BE 1410 Visit Door Transmitter can be sound trained from a maximum of three different sound sources. The advantages of this are mainly that the Door Transmitter will be able to give a different indication according to which sound source activates it, but also that this function will help to ensure that the Door Transmitter is only activated by the desired sound source.The Visit Door Transmitter has three training options, two for the internal microphone and one for the external microphone. The requirements for a Door Transmitter to detect a sound is that it sounds in the same way every time, that it is long enough and that it does not vary too rapidly.
If no sound is programmed with the training function, standard detection is used which works in most cases.
Proceed as follows to remove a trained sound:
If you wish to use standard detection for incoming sound via the internal microphone, both Int. Mic. 1 and Int. Mic. 2 must be deleted.
On delivery all Bellman Visit units are tuned to the same Radio Key. If you have a neighbour with a similar system, you can change to different Radio Keys so that you do not affect each other’s systems. All units in a system must have the same Radio Key.
If you use the Radio Key Switch (7) to change the Radio Key on this transmitter, you must also change all other units in your Bellman Visit System to the same Radio Key. Refer to the user manual for the relevant unit.
All Bellman Visit products within the same system must be tuned to the same Radio Key in order to operate as a group.
When the LED (1) lights up, the Door Transmitter transmits radio signals.
When the Door Transmitter is activated, the LED (1) normally lights up green. This means that the battery is in good condition.
If the LED (1) lights up yellow, this means that the battery is flat and must be changed. Only use a 6LR61 (alkaline) or 6F22 (lithium) type battery.
The LED (1) flashes yellow when the Door Transmitter is exposed to high noise levels or an electromagnetic field for longer than 15 seconds. If the LED blinks even when there is no noise, the reasons may be:
|Nothing happens when the transmitter is activated with the test button(2).||
|The LED (1) lights up yellow when the Door Transmitter is activated.||
|The LED (1) lights up green when the Door Transmitter is activated, but the receivers are not signalling.
The LED (1) blinks yellow.
|The LED (1) blinks yellow.||
|The doorbell rings but the Door Transmitter is not activated.||
|The receivers in the system transmit signals for no reason.||
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