Configure SR01 Security Relay on Akuvox Door Phones
  • 11 Jun 2024
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Configure SR01 Security Relay on Akuvox Door Phones

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Article summary

SR01 security relay can enhance access security. Generally, a lock is directly connected to the door phone relay. Someone may smash up the door phone and break into the door for illegal purposes like burglary. SR01 can prevent such malicious break-ins because it is installed indoors and controls the door opening directly. In this case, even if the door phone is destroyed, the door cannot be opened.

The following door phone and access control models with corresponding firmware versions support connecting to SR01:

Model

Firmware Version

S539

539.30.1.105 and above

S532

532.30.1.19 and above

X912

912.30.1.78 and above

X915

915.30.1.502 and above

R20 V3

220.30.4.5 and above

R20 V5

320.30.4.2 and above

R29

above 29.30.3.203

R28

28.30.10.5 and above

R27V2

227.30.4.4 and above

E18

18.30.4.29 and above

E16V2

216.30.0.52 and above

E16

116.30.8.5 and above

E12

12.30.2.110 and above

E12 V2

312.30.2.109 and above

A01/A02

101.30.4.37 and above

A03

103.30.4.9 and above

A05

105.30.4.10 and above

A08

108.30.1.17 and above

Wiring

You may refer to the following two videos for wiring.

Note

E12 has to be connected with SR01 in an exceptional way because it does not have RS485 ports.

It is NOT recommended to use such a connection due to security.

Connect Akuvox SR01 to Door Phone (with 12V Output)

Connect Akuvox SR01 to Door Phone (via RS485)

Configuration on Web Interface

In this part, the door phone X912 is taken as an example. 

The routes to configure the security relay feature may vary by model. Please refer to this chart.

Models

Routes

S539/X912/X915/E18/E16/E12

Access Control > Relay > Security Relay

R20 Series/R29/R28/R27

Intercom > Relay > Security Relay

Connect Akuvox SR01 to Door Phone (with 12V Output)

1. Log into the door phone's web interface with the username and password. The default is admin.

2. Go to Access Control > Relay > Security Relay.

3. Tick the Enabled box of Security Relay A since we have connected the door phone and the security relay via relay A port.

  • Trigger Delay: set the trigger delay time if needed. If you set it as 5 seconds, then the relay will not be triggered until 5 seconds after you press the Unlock tab. The default is 0 meaning triggering relay right after you press the Unlock tab.

  • Hold Delay: set the hold delay time if needed. If you set it as 5 seconds, then the relay will be delayed for 5 seconds after the door is unlocked.

4. Scroll down to 12V Power Output and select Security Relay A in Power Output Type.

5. Click Submit to save the configuration.

6. Run the test as shown in the video, or click Test of Security Relay A

When the green light of SR01 is flashing quickly, SR01 and the door phone are pairing successfully.

Connect Akuvox SR01 to Door Phone (via RS485)

1. Log into the door phone's web interface with the username and password. The default is admin.

2. Go to Access Control > Relay > Security Relay.

3. Tick the Enabled box of Security Relay B since we have connected the door phone and the security relay via RS485 ports and Security Relay B's server mode is RS485.

  • Trigger Delay: set the trigger delay time if needed. If you set it as 5 seconds, then the relay will not be triggered until 5 seconds after you press the Unlock tab. The default is 0 meaning triggering relay right after you press the Unlock tab.

  • Hold Delay: set the hold delay time if needed. If you set it as 5 seconds, then the relay will be delayed for 5 seconds after the door is unlocked.

4. Click Submit to save the configuration.

Note

After the security relay is configured on the door phone's web, you need to add users and assign them desired access methods. 

For adding users, you may refer to the following two articles:

Configuration on SmartPlus Platform

You can add the device to the SmartPlus platform and use SR01 with it after configuring relevant parameters.

Single-tenant Projects

  1. Log into the SmartPlus platform with an installer account.

  2. Switch to the single-tenant view by clicking Role in the upper right corner.

  3. On the User section, click of the desired user and click New.

  1. Enter the door phone’s information and click Add Security Relay.

  2. Customize the relay name. Select the DTMF code and access methods.

Note

The DTMF code should be the same as that on the device’s web interface.

To check it, navigate to the Access Control/Intercom > Relay interface.

Multi-tenant Projects

  1. Log into the SmartPlus platform with an installer account.

  2. Click of the desired community and select the device location, public area, or a specific building.

  3. Click Intercom Devices and New.

  4. Enter the door phone’s information and click Add Security Relay.

  5. Customize the relay name. Select the DTMF code and access methods.

Note

The DTMF code should be the same as that on the device’s web interface.

To check it, navigate to the Access Control/Intercom > Relay interface.


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