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Communicator for lifts
Components of Lift8 system
The components of the Lift8 system cannot be used outside this system.
Audio units cannot be connected separately without the central unit and
Lift8 central unit, with no interface
Lift8 central unit, with no interface
Lift8 cabin audio unit
Lift8 cabin audio unit, cable version
Lift8 machine room audio unit
Lift8 shaft audio unit
Lift8 compact cabin audio unit
Lift8 I/O module
Lift8 GSM module
Lift8 UMTS module
Lift8 PSTN module
Lift8 VoIP module
Lift8 series module
Lift8 SW package
DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTION:
Confirmation according to which 2N
Lift8 (referred to hereinafter
as “L8”) knows that a call has been successful. L8 silences the
announcement being played and sends its confirmation signal, the
call continues until the limit expires, and one of the following
commands can be used.
Silencing of announcement being played.
New playing of audio unit identification, for 1 repetition of message.
Extended call: the call is extended by 120 seconds (the value can
be changed using the 912 parameter). Can be used repeatedly.
Termination of call.
Overview of announcements
Meaning of announcement
This is an emergency call, press 1
Announcement for confirmation of emergency
Please wait, I am making the
Announcement from audio units when an emergency
call is being put through
The connection has been confirmed
Announcement for confirmation of DTMF 1 connection
Your call will be terminated, to
extend it press 4
The announcement is played 20 seconds before the
termination of the call, which can be extended by 120
seconds (the value can be changed using the 912
End of call
Announcement of end of call.
Communicator number … is calling
Identification (if parameter 974 is configured).
This is a control call, press 1 to
Differentiation of control call.
The rescue process has been
Confirmation of end of signalling of state of
Before every removal of the upper cover of the CU pull the mains plug out of
the socket! The live parts inside the CU have no contact protection, and the
voltage is deadly!
The CU must not be used without proper earthing! Before putting it into
operation, check the earthing of the mains socket from which you want to
power the central unit.
Do not operate the CU without the top cover or without earthing of the cover
via an earthing wire with a FASTON connector!
The CU must not be used if the intake power cable is damaged! Only the
manufacturer or a qualified electrician may replace the power cable. After the
replacement of the cable check whether a compression band is installed on it
to prevent the cable being pulled out of the terminals when it is subject to
If you replace the mains cable with a fixed mains power cable, in the power
circuit do not forget to include a circuit breaker which you can use to switch
off the mains power to the CU if needs be. In the case of permanent
connection of the equipment, a suitable disconnection device must be
ensured as part of the electrical fittings in the building.
In no case connect an AC source or unstabilised DC source. The CU could be
The connection of the audio unit to a different conductor, for example to a
higher voltage, will result in its damage or destruction.
Maintain polarity when connecting the audio unit, otherwise the audio unit
will not work.
Non-adherence to these instructions could result in damage to the product.
The bus is electrically separated from the circuits of the telephone line in
accordance with the requirements of EN60950 and has only low voltage
which cannot cause an electric shock injury.
Warning (module PSTN)
Only one CU may be connected to one telephone line, and no other end
telephone equipment may be connected to it.
Neither is it possible to use a product which the telephone line goes through,
i.e. a priority connection (for example electronic burglar alarm).
It is not possible to use an extension or party line.
It is not possible to use telephone “adaptors”, not even smart ones.
In no case connect the product to an ISDN line.
Warning (rechargeable battery)
Never leave the rechargeable battery flat for a needlessly long period.
If the battery is completely flat, recharge it as soon as possible.
Before you start programming
Use the prepared form, which is also a clear table of basic functions, and fill in all the
values you want to change.
If the L8 is not brand new, make sure that you have the correct servicing password,
and if you are not completely sure how the L8 is programmed, always use full
initialisation (Attention: The servicing password is also initialised!).
The L8 can be programmed in 3 ways: remotely by telephone (using the telephone
number), using the machine room audio unit, and or using the service tool program
(connection via USB or using an IP address).
Entry to programming mode
You can enter the programming mode during an incoming connection (calling the L8’s
number) or using the machine room audio unit (by pressing
for longer than 2
Using the voice menu you get through to programming (For administration press 9 ->
For entry to the programming menu press 1).
You are called upon to enter the servicing password in the format servicing password
(don’t forget to enter the asterisk after the password).
If the entered password is correct, L8 announces:
“You have entered the programming menu, select the parameter”
The factory setting of the password is 12345, and we recommend that you enter a
different password so that your equipment is protected from other people.
As soon as you have entered the programming mode, you can change any programmable
value or several values, and you can do so in any order. The procedure is simple – first
the number of the function is entered, then its value. An asterisk serves as a separator or
“enter”. So in general terms the function has the following format:
number of function
The number of the function has three digits (see table). After entering this number and
the asterisk, L8 announces the number of this parameter, its current value and possible
range. After entering the value and the second asterisk, L8 announces “The new value
has been saved” or “Invalid value, the new value has not been saved” if the value falls
outside the permitted range.
For control purposes L8 reads out the number of the parameter and the newly configured
Error during programming
If you make an error when entering the number (either for the number of the
function or the value), and you realise this before you press the asterisk, you can
cancel the entire number by pressing the
symbol and enter it again.
If L8 rejects the selected number of the parameter or specified value, it is
possible to continue programming – the number of the function must be entered
again even if only the value was incorrect.
If you program a value other than the one you wanted, and the value is saved,
you can naturally enter the correct number again.
End of programming
If you call the L8 via a telephone number. End programming by hanging up.
If you are programming via the machine room audio unit, by pressing
than 2 seconds) you end programming and put the audio unit on standby.
If you only want to go back one menu, press
The application is intended for remote supervision and configuration of 2N
The application is intended for the administration of users, lifts and authorisations.
The application is intended for the receipt of emergency calls by a dispatcher.
The application processes the control calls and mediates communication between the
central units and PC applications.
Range of operating
100-240V; 50/60Hz; 0.75A; 60W max.
Built-in rechargeable battery
2 x lead rechargeable battery 12V, 1.3Ah
Output of lift blocking
relay, max. load 30V, 0.5A AC or DC
300 x 170 x 72mm
The communication equipment does not contain any components harmful to the
environment. When this product is eventually retired, dispose of it in compliance
with valid laws.
Communication equipment – short programming form
Number and name of
011 - 016 memory No 1-6
Alarm button (set 1)
ALARM button on cabin audio
The memory can be deleted
by entering “number of zero
length”, for example 0 1 1 *
the insertion of the symbols
*, # and between digits,
spaces are inserted
subsequently using the
021 - 026 memory No 1-6
Alarm (set 2)
for calls from other types of
audio units, or button 2
on cabin audio unit
071 - 076 memory No. 1-6
for control calls
017 – for Alarm (set 1)
027 – for Alarm (set 2)
077 – for control calls
insertion of special character
*, # and “pause”
018, 028 – number of cycles
of automatic dialling for
ALARM (set 1 or set 2)
0 – 9
0 = automatic dialling banned
(only 1x first number dialled)
111-116 Type of
confirmation for memory 1-6
calls ALARM set 1
121-126 Type of confirmation
for memory 1-6 calls ALARM
171-176 Type of
confirmation for memory 1-6
of control call
1 = With confirmation DTMF (1)
2 = confirmation by picking up
GSM/UMTS/according to ring-
back for PSTN)
3 = CPC
4 = P100
5 = auto detection of DTMF
974 – Identification of Lift
Allows identification of lift
981 – control call
1 = switched
for parameter 981 it is possible
0 = switched off
1 = switched on, first call in 3
minutes and then according to
2 = switched on, first call in 2
hours and then according to par
3 = switched on, call according
to parameter 983
4 = switched on, calls on next
day configured in parameter 986
5 = switched on, first call in 3
minutes and then according to
991 – servicing password
992 – password for rescue
2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s.
Modřanská 621, 143 01 Prague 4, Czech Republic
Tel.: +420 261 301 500, Fax: +420 261 301 599