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  1. Comfort Product Training

  2. What is Comfort? • Security system • Warns of burglary and fire, monitors activity of elderly folks • Voice prompt using real voice • Digital answering machine • Home automation system • Controls lighting, HVAC and other home appliances • Intercom • Reminder messages • Time programs

  3. Features • Security System • Home Automation • Voicemail • Intercom • Time Programs

  4. Security System

  5. Security Modes • 5 Modes • Security Off, Away, Night, Day, Vacation. • Security Off • System disarmed, 24hrs zones still active • Away • Occupants are away • Night • Protects certain allocated zones when occupants are asleep

  6. Security Modes • Day • Perimeter protection when people are present in the building • Vacation • Similar to Away but appliances can be switched on/off in a semi-random manner to create the impression of occupancy

  7. Alarm Types • 31 programmable alarm types • Intruder, fire, smoke, gas, and so on • Dial-out combination • Combined from 8 preset numbers • 20 siren types • Dedicated strobe output • Alarm response • To trigger lights or announce message

  8. Comfort Dialer • Dials to 8 programmable numbers • Combination of Voice phones, pager, CMS, SMS (with UCM/GSM) • Alarm message • Voice messages or SMS announces alarm type. • Allows access to Comfort • Listen to Alarm History or to disarm • Listen to sounds in home

  9. Integration to Lighting and Appliances • Security can be linked to lights and appliances, such as • Lighting up fire exit route and switching off air-conditioners during fire alarm • Lighting up areas in house when intruder alarm triggered in away mode to scare intruders

  10. Linkage to Lighting and Appliances • Other possibilities: • Switching on the lights near the main door when opening the door at night • Switching off of lights and appliances upon arming to away mode • Triggering pre-recorded messages upon activation of perimeter motion detectors

  11. User Code • 16 user codes programmable • Mailboxes for first 8 • Customisable authorisation for each user • Sign-in tamper • Limited to 6 incorrect entries • Duress alarm • When forced to disarm by intruder

  12. Engineer Menu • Engineer Sign In Option • F0 on keypad must be enabled by user to allow engineer to program • Allows programming via keypad or remote by telephone • Disabled after midnight to prevent unauthorized login • User may also disable it upon completion of programming

  13. Security Safeguards • Duress Code • Provides impression system is disarmed if forced to disarm • Sign In Tamper • Maximum of 6 unsuccessful attempts • Engineer Access Restriction • Cancels authorization when system is armed or after midnight each day

  14. Home Automation

  15. Home Control Menu • Voice prompted • Uses real voice not synthetic • No need to memorise activation codes • Categorised into control groups • Customisable to group by appliances type or by area • Able to hear status feedback

  16. Outputs • Outputs can be: • IR • Pulsed • Steady. • Output has 12V common • Relays can be connected to provide dry contacts • IR codes sent out for control of IR devices • air-conditioner • Hi-Fi • IR can be learnt and stored

  17. Two Way Switching • Enables two way control of lights (using TWS01/02) • Choice of control: • Control by Comfort • Control by wall switch • Able to control lights when one of them is not functioning • When Comfort is faulty still can be controlled with wall switch

  18. Time Programs • 16 - 32 time programs • Activation depending on combination of days of week and holidays • User has option to enable/disable the time program • Trigger responses • Lighting control to switch off all lights • Reminder messages to the elderly to take their medicine

  19. X-10 • X-10 capability • Requires X-10 interface module • Able to send and receive X-10 commands • X-10 commands limited by responses • Received X-10 codes can be used to trigger responses • Preset dim function supported

  20. Clipsal C-Bus • Requires UCM/C-Bus • Able to use C-Touch to simulate Comfort keypad • Monitoring of zones, Comfort outputs • Control of C-Bus devices, ULTI (UCM/ULTI)

  21. Dynalite • Requires UCM/Dynalite • Control of Dynalite lights, scenes

  22. European Installation Bus • Requires UCM/EIB • Able to drive Comfort outputs via EIB switches • Control EIB devices

  23. Honeywell Smartfit • Requires UCM/Smartfit • Sets the heating set-points, queries current room temperature, etc.

  24. Voicemail

  25. Digital Operation • No analog tapes required • Up to 10mins of messages can be stored • Messages stored are maintained even in cases of power failure • Messages stored in non-volatile memory

  26. Mailboxes • 8 personal user mailboxes • Users 9-16 do not have mailboxes • Name can be recorded • Callers can leave messages in the relevant mailbox • Common mailbox implemented when user 1 has no name recorded

  27. Message Forwarding • Messages can be by callers or from other users • Can forward messages to pager • notify that a new message has been received • Can also forward to user’s mobile phone.

  28. Reminders • 8 to 16 reminders • Can be scheduled to play at selected time • Combination of day of weeks and holidays • Enabled/disabled by users • Reminders can be played on door stations or keypads

  29. Intercom

  30. Keypad • Able to intercom to any other keypads or doorstation • Can be broadcast • Can be specific • Able to use Keypad for monitoring, e.g. Baby Monitor

  31. Door Station • Able to answer the door station using the internal phones • Dials to user in away mode allowing user to talk to the visitor • User able to control a gate or door to let visitor in

  32. Modules

  33. Controller

  34. Control Panel • 8 inputs and 8 outputs • Programmable zones (31 types) • Outputs can be used to send pulse, IR signals, or set to a certain state.

  35. Comfort I Ultra 8 reminders 16 time programs 16 timers One-way between KP and DP Comfort II Ultra 16 reminders 32 time programs 64 timers Two-way between KP and DP Comfort I v Comfort II

  36. Keypads / Screens

  37. Keypads • 16 programmable keys with backlight • LEDs for status • Acts as intercom • Up to 8 keypads supported in the system • KP03: IR receiver present, no LCD • KP04: IR receiver, LCD

  38. Remote Control (RC01) • Sends IR codes to • RIO (with IRR) • SCS • KP02/03/04 • Scene buttons • Room buttons to control lights/appliances in rooms • Keypad simulation (KP only) • Panic fast keys

  39. Companion • Control via Companion Touchscreen • Through network or serial connection • Able to • Fire responses • Arm/disarm Comfort • Control lighting and appliances • Interface with network camera

  40. KeyTouch Touchscreen Keypad (KT01) • B&W LCD touchscreen display • Alternative to keypad • Speaker and microphone built in • IR enabled

  41. Doorphones

  42. Door Station (DP03) • Up to 3 supported • Requires ringer module RGR04 to ring internal phones • Speaker/microphone in-built • Can be used to call internal phones, keypads, programmed numbers

  43. Door Station Interface Module (DM01) • Interface to link to other door entry systems (e.g. Fermax) • Works like a normal door station • Able to • Dial to local phones • Dial to away phones • Provide contacts for opening gate or door

  44. Ringer Module (RGR04) • Creates ring tone for phones when doorbell is pressed • Adjustable frequency to suit some DECT phones • Adjusted with shunts onboard • 20Hz • 50Hz • 80Hz • RGR04 is plugged on to Main Board

  45. Zone Expansion / Modules

  46. Local Expansion Module (LEM) • LEM01: 8 inputs and 8 outputs • LEM02: 8 inputs only • LEM03: 16 inputs (not allowed for use with SEM) • 1 LEM to 1 Main Panel or 1 SEM

  47. Slave Expansion Module (SEM) • Allows expansion for more than 16 I/O • 8 inputs and 8 outputs • Maximum of 3 SEMs for 1 Main Panel • SEM01: Charging circuit, 13.8V AC supply • SEM02: 12V DC supply needed

  48. Remote Input/Output (RIO01) • 8 digital inputs, 8 digital outputs • IR receiver (IRR01) or IR dome (IRD01) can be connected to receive IR codes, unlike other zones. • Not programmable as alarm zones.

  49. Scene Control Switch (SCS01/IR) • Designer switch from UK • 4 buttons and 4 LEDs • SCS01/IR allows Cytech and X-10 IR codes to be received • Different colours available

  50. Light Sensor Module (LSM01) • Photocell to be mounted near area where light intensity is to be monitored • Light intensity controls the relay • Threshold can be tuned by trimmer on board. • Useful for detecting sunlight or light levels.