How to fill out IPerCom commissioning sheets

 

This article shows you what to do with your IPerCom commissioning sheets, for both the call modules (entry panels) and monitors, explaining what each field on the sheets means.       

Before filling out your commissioning sheets you will have to print them off in preparation for setting up your new IPerCom system. If you're unsure on how to do this, please refer to the article linked below:

How to prepare before installing a new IPerCom system                                                                                                                                                              

Watch the following video which shows you what to do with your MAC address stickers and your commissioning sheets.

HubSpot Video

 

Use the tables below to find out more about the parameters (fields) on your commissioning sheets, or both the call modules (entry panels) and monitors. You will need to refer back to these when you configure your IPerCom site using the IPerCom Installer Tool.

Call Modules

 

Name

Your chosen name for the Call Module e.g. ‘Main Entrance’.

Location

The position within the system Topology (structure) where the entry panel will be programmed.

Door Used

If the entry panel lock release relay will be used (e.g. for a pedestrian door) then choose 'Yes'.

Door Name

Your chosen name for the door e.g. ‘Main Entrance door’.

Door Time

The entry panel lock output relay time.

Door Forced Alarm

If the door is opened without a lock release signal from an apartment or from the key reader, an alarm is sent to the concierge switchboard. A door contact must be installed. 

Max Door Opening Time

Relevant only in systems where a concierge switchboard is installed. If the door is left open for longer than the time set, an alarm is sent to the concierge switchboard.

Door Under Secret

If you choose 'Yes' then it will be possible for residents to open the door only after they have been called. This is the recommended setting.

Gate Used

As well as the lock release output the entry panel has a dedicated output for an automatic gate. If you will use this output chose 'Yes'.

Gate Name

Your chosen name for the gate e.g. ‘car park barrier’.

Gate Time

The gate output relay time.

Gate Under Secret

If you choose 'Yes' then it will be possible for residents to open the gate only after they have been called. This is the recommended setting.

Concierge Button

If this entry panel will call a concierge switchboard choose 'Yes'.

 

Monitors

 

Block

The block in which a specific monitor will be used e.g., Block 01.

Stair

 The stair in which the monitor will be used e.g., Stair 01.

Floor

 On which floor the monitor will be used e.g., Ground Floor.

Apartment

 The apartment in which the monitor will be used e.g., Apartment 100.