The necessary steps to configure the SAFIRE SF-VIMOD-KEY6 Video door phone module are as follows.
Before installing, the first thing to do is to configure the binary address of the module, accessing the back of the device. To do this, simply remove the rubber band that protects the Dip Switch.
1- Remove the rubber from the back
2- Set the address of the module according to the DIP rules and install the rubber cover back on the back.
The digits 1, 2, 3, 4 are used to encode the module address; the digits 5, 6, 7 are reserved; the digit 8 is a resistor (120Ω) if configured as enabled.
The valid address range of the module is from 1 to 8. The number must be exclusive for the modules that connect to the same video door phone main unit.
The module address and the corresponding switch status are shown below.
Once the device has been installed and the Dip Switch address has been set, we will proceed to the configuration in the SAFIRE CONTROL CENTER software.
Open the software and select the option "DEVICE MANAGEMENT"
Once in the new menu, no device will be displayed yet; to do this click on "ONLINE DEVICES"
We will see a new menu at the bottom and we will have all the devices ONLINE, we must choose them one by one and add them to the software.
To add the devices to the software, select for example the EXTERNAL UNIT first and click on "ADD"
In the new window, we will put a name for the device and the password we used in the activation. Then we will check the option "Synchronize the schedule".
Once the device is added to the Software, we can alter its parameters and make several more advanced settings.
To do this we click on "REMOTE CONFIGURATION"
The next step is to configure the module by accessing the Sub Module option and then clicking on "Settings" (In our example we have 2 modules, so both are shown).
In the settings option you will have the 6 buttons and you must add the number of the respective ROOM of each screen so that each button calls up a screen respectively.
We remind you that this number is on the screens and can be checked directly from the Safire Control Center