URCTKP7600 Network Keypad User Manual EMISSION TEST REPORT Ohsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Ohsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Network Keypad
Order Number : GETEC-C1-16-250 FCC Part 15 Certification Test Report Number : GETEC-E3-16-027 Page 1 / 1 APPENDIX G : USER’S MANUAL EUT Type: Network Keypad FCC ID.: OZ5URCTKP7600 TKP-7600 Network Keypad Introducing the TKP-7600 Thank you for purchasing URC’s TKP-7600 In-Wall Network Color Touch-screen keypad. Its easy intuitive use helps to simplify your life while adding control of more things than you thought possible. Enjoy some key features like: Audio Video Intercom Easily communicate throughout your home using the Audio Video Intercom feature with multiple TKP-7600 clients and/or URC Mobile app clients. You can also make sure the baby is safe and sound by viewing the baby monitor right on the TKP-7600. Flexible Orientation The TKP-7600 offers the ability to display the keypad in either portrait or landscape modes making it the perfect keypad for virtually any room. This feature can only be programmed from within the URC software. Speak to your custom home professional prior to installation. Proximity Sensor A remote that knows where you are, the TKP-7600 has a built in sensor that can detect the distance you are from it. As you approach the keypad illuminates and is ready to control the home. The sensitivity of this sensor is adjustable by your custom home professional. Rooms Menu With the touch of a single button, take control of your domain. Besides the ability to temporarily link the different rooms/areas of your system for music listening, the Rooms Menu offers a snapshot of “what’s going on” in every room of your Total Control system. Better yet, tapping on a room converts your keypad into a controller for THAT room. See how easy it is to keep track of what’s happening in your world…and control it! Shortcuts Pop-Up With all the different options to choose from, the Shortcut Pop-Up allows you to save some of the most common devices/activities for easy selection. Keep up to six different activities at your fingertips with the Shortcuts Pop-Up menu. Parts List The TKP-7600 Network Keypad includes: 1 - TKP-7600 1 - Mounting Ring 4 - Mounting Screws Installing the TKP-7600 The TKP-7600 is wall-mountable and fits into a standard dual gang (J-box or Mud Ring) opening. Prior to installation, make sure power is available at the preferred location. Power can be supplied to the TKP-7600 through an Ethernet ( ) or in either of the following ways: ) cable connected to a PoE ● Router/Switch ● PoE injector Power over Ethernet or PoE technology describes a system to pass electrical power safely, along with data, on Ethernet cabling. A shielded Ethernet cable is preferred. The IEEE standard for PoE requires a Category 5 or higher for high power levels. Installation Follow the diagram below for installation: 1. Make sure the dual-gang opening is fitted with a standard two-gang trim box (available from the local electrical supplier/store) 2. Connect the Ethernet cable to the rear of the supplied TKP-7600 wall-plate 3. Mount the wall-plate to the two-gang retro-box 4. The TKP-7600 easily snaps into the wall-plate Note: Main Menu Navigation Although specific screen design and certain options are dictated by the custom integrator that programmed the Total Control system, the general layout remains the same. Actual navigation is performed through screen swipes ( ) while selecting any item is as simple as pressing the icon/text to be selected. Title Bar The Title Bar is present on all TKP-7600 screens and contains valuable information during normal use. Easily find out the time, weather, now playing and the room that the keypad is controlling. Time & Weather This data, found on the left-hand side of the Title bar shows the current time, date, and weather information. Pressing this area of the Title Bar opens the Time & Weather Module. For information about this module, refer to the Time & Weather Module section, later in this manual. Current Room The current room portion of the Title Bar shows the room that the TKP-7600 is controlling. Remember, in a Total Control system, although each room’s keypad defaults to control the room in which is is placed, using the Rooms Menu allows it to control any other room in the system. Now Playing Appearing on the right-hand side of the Title Bar, this displays the source that is currently being used in the room that the keypad is controlling. ● The Now Playing display shows the device that is being used (in this case, William’s iPod), associated artwork, and metadata information is displayed since it is a URC media device. ● If an activity is being performed (like DVD or cable) in the selected room, the Now Playing section displays the activity: Category/Device Ribbon This ribbon shows the various categories of control that are available to the selected room. The quantity of categories is determined by the system setup and can vary from one to however many categories were programmed by the system designer. Although only seven categories can fit on the screen at any moment, navigate to other categories ) by swiping left or right. Select a category by pressing the appropriate icon; this reveals the devices/activities available for that category ( ). Device List Submenus contain the devices/activities that were placed in the chosen category by the system programmer. Scroll up or down through the list by swiping upwards or downwards, select a device/activity by pressing its icon. Status Bar The Status Bar, located directly above the Core Buttons, provides valuable status and feedback of the Total Control System. The four sections of the Status Bar are determined by the system programmer and are customizable per keypad. It is not possible to explain how your keypad looks; however, after reviewing the following possibilities, there should be no need for further explanation. Sunrise Time: Updated at midnight every day, this shows the sunrise time for the next day. Sunset Time: Updated at midnight every day, this shows the sunset time for the next day. URC Thermostat Temperature: If a THZ-100 (URC’s thermostat) is included in the home, this shows the current temperature status based upon the internal sensor, additional sensor, or the mean temperature of both. Alarm Clock: If the room being controlled has an Alarm that is set to activate for that room, the status bar displays an alarm clock icon and the next scheduled time/day. Surround Mode: When used with URC’s DMS-AV Surround Processor, this displays the current surround mode of the processor. Room Linked Status: Whenever the chosen room/area is “linked” to other rooms, this shows a link acknowledgement and icon. Weather Alerts: Based on the current location entered by the system programmer, the words “weather alert” appear if an automatic alert is received via Internet. Vacation Mode: Whenever the Vacation Mode is activated for the Total Control system, the status bar displays “Vacation Mode: ON”. Core Buttons These key system navigation buttons always are present at the bottom of the screen. Vol-, Vol+, & Mute These audio controls affect the volume for the room to which the TKP-7600 is assigned. See the Rooms Menu section of this manual for more details. Main Selecting this button always returns the user to the Main screen. Shortcuts These user-configurable shortcuts allow the end-user to store up to six (6) favorite activities. For more information about using short cuts, refer to the Using Shortcuts section of this manual. Rooms This selection opens the Rooms Menu and allows for monitoring and/or control of other rooms in the project. See the Rooms Menu section of this manual for more details. Power When pressed, this performs the Room Off function programmed by the Custom Integrator. If this button is pressed for greater than three (3) seconds, the Power Menu appears. In this menu, it is possible to: ● Turn Off the ROOM ( ). ● Issue the House Off command, as programmed by the custom integrator. ● Custom commands, programmed by the custom integrator, may also appear in this menu. Audio Video Intercom Menu The Intercom module communicates with other installed TKP-7600’s via audio, audio & video, or a baby monitor. In order to use the intercom it must first be enabled within the Settings screen. Using the Intercom 1. Touch the screen and navigate through the Category ribbon (scroll left or right) to locate the Intercom icon. 2. Press the Intercom icon. 3. A list of available client (other TKP-7600 clients) are shown. Select an available client. Unavailable client set to do not disturb. Available client Busy client on call When an available client is selected, you have the option to select from audio only, audio and video, or a baby monitor. ● Audio: Two-way communication between clients and via audio only. ● Audio and Video: Two-way communication between clients via audio and video. ● Baby Monitor: One-way communication to view and listen to a room where the secondary client cannot hear or see you. After selecting an option, the TKP-7600 turns the unit’s camera ON ( ) displaying an onscreen image of the selected client. Press to call. 6. Pressing the End Call button displays an onscreen message concluding the call. Increase/ decrease or mute the volume Using Audio Broadcast Simultaneously communicate to two or more TKP-7600 clients. 1. Touch the screen and navigate through the Category ribbon (scroll left or right) to locate the Intercom icon. 2. Press the Intercom icon. 3. Select Audio Broadcast. 4. Select available clients from the Audio Broadcast call list and press Ok to begin the intercom call. 5. The call broadcast to all selected clients. 6. Press End Call to conclude the intercom session. Using Do Not Disturb Turning ON Do Not Disturb Setting the TKP-7600 to do not disturb renders the client unavailable for intercom communication with other clients. This icon states the client is currently set to Do Not Disturb 1. Touch the screen and navigate through the Category ribbon ( the Intercom Icon. 2. Press the Intercom icon. 3. Press Set Do Not Disturb Mode. 4. Now this TKP-7600 is unable to receive communication ( ) from other clients. ) to locate Turning OFF Do Not Disturb Turning off the do not disturb feature re-enables the client to receive audio and video communication. (Note: this option is always at the bottom of the intercom list.) 1. Touch the screen and navigate through the Category ribbon (scroll left or right) to locate the Intercom icon. 2. Press the Intercom icon. 3. Press Turn Off Do Not Disturb Mode. Rooms Menu The Rooms Menu is the “landing” screen for the TKP-7600. This menu (see picture below) displays whenever the keypad reboots, loses/regains power, or is rest. The most common choice would be to select the room where the TKP-7600 is physically located; however, this is up to the user. The Rooms Menu is used to: ● Temporarily Link rooms in a Total Control DMS system. This allows all of the linked rooms to listen to the same audio source and join the volume commands into a single interface. ● Monitor the status of other rooms in the Total Control project. ● Control any other room in the Total Control projects as if it were a keypad in that room. This is dependent upon the programming done by the custom integrator. Links Rooms Room List Buttons ● Each room listing has an associated box and action buttons. ● The Exit button returns the user to the last screen used. ● Selecting the room name allows for control of that room ( Options Initial View (Room Monitoring) When the Rooms Menu opens up, the room list populates with all of the rooms in the Total Control project. Each room displays its status so the user can visually see what is “going on” in that room. The Exit button returns the user to the previous screen. Selecting a Room (Room Control) Selecting any room from the room list allows the TKP-7600 to control that room, as if it were physically in that room. Returning the keypad to control the room where it is physically located requires accessing the Rooms Menu and selecting the appropriate room. Linking Rooms (DMS Audio only) Selecting the Link Rooms button opens up the Link Rooms screen with the current room already selected. Only rooms/areas that are part of the DMS family of products appear on this menu. ● Select, using the check boxes, the rooms that you would like to LINK. Pressing the check bo alternately “check” and “uncheck” it. ● The Go Back button cause the screen to revert to the Rooms Menu without making any changes. ● The Done button temporarily saves the checked rooms as a linked group that can be controlled from any of the linked rooms. Linked Rooms are saved until the power is turned OFF, or the user manually de-links the room(s). Using Linked Rooms Once a room is linked, pressing the volume or mute buttons for that room causes the Linked Rooms Volume Pop-Up to display. ● Selecting All Linked Rooms results in the volume and mute commands to operate ALL rooms ( ● Selecting an individual room in the Linked Room List allows the volume and mute buttons to adjust sound ONLY for the room chosen. Room Options Selecting the Room Options button for a room causes the menu to expand and offer the user various options to control the room. ● Lights Off: If the URC controlled lights are located in the selected room, the Options menu displays a light bulb icon. Selecting this icon issues a “lights off” command for the chosen room. ● Power Off: Selecting the power icon issues a “room off” command for the selected room. The default for this command is to turn off all audio and video device in that room; however, this may have been altered by the system programmer. Time & Weather Module This module displays information about the time, date, and local weather. Pressing the Time, Date & Weather display in the Title Bar of the TKP-7600 opens the Time & Weather Module. ● Selecting Exit returns the TKP-7600 to the previous screen. ● The Night Mode option displays the most essential information, date, time, and weather, while reducing the screen’s brightness to not over power a dark room. This mode disables any photo slideshow or screen time-out. ● Once touched, the screen reverts to its normal mode of operation, including displaying a photo slide show and turning off after the amount of time determined by the Settings menu. Shortcuts Pop-Up The Shortcuts Pop-Up menu is designed to give the user the ability to select their most frequently used devices/activities and place them within an easy to reach menu. There are a maximum of six (6) shortcuts per room location. Remember, regardless of the physical location of the TKP-7600 it may still access, via the Rooms Menu, any of the other rooms in the Total Control system (dependent upon programming). Each room can be assigned up to 6 shortcuts in this menu. Only items that appear in the currently selected room are available to be added to the Shortcuts Pop-Up. Using the Shortcuts Pop-Up Select the Shortcuts Pop-Up by pressing the Shortcuts icon in the Core Menu. If the screen is not touched, after 60 seconds the Shortcut Popup will close and the TKP-7500 will revert to its previous screen. Selecting a shortcut is the same as navigating to that same icon ( selecting it. ) and Add devices/activities to this menu by selecting the Add/Edit button in the Shortcut Popup. This opens the Shortcuts Add/Edit screen, which will allow the user to scroll through all of the devices/activities available to that room. Select up to 6 devices/activities by selecting the check box shown for each possibility. Once all 6 are chosen, the remaining devices/activities are grayed out to show there are no more choices to be made. Reorder devices by selecting the reorder icon at the top of the Add/Edit window; this opens the reorder Items list. If you would like to change the order in which the activities/devices appear, drag the items, using the “grabber” on the right side of the boxes to rearrange them. If you would like to remove an item from the list, select the X ( device/activity name. ) icon to the left of the Selecting the Go Back option will revert to the Add/Edit screen without making any changes. Selecting the Save option will make the requested changes and revert back to the Add/Edit screen. Proximity Sensor Built into the TKP-7600 the Proximity Sensor automatically detects the distance a user is from the keypad to illuminate and be ready for control. The sensitivity of this sensor can be easily adjusted from the Settings menu. ● Sensor sensitivity can be adjusted between 5cm to 100cm ● Night Mode can be deactivated by the proximity sensor. When triggered, the proximity senor closes night mode and returns the TKP-7600 to normal mode. The sensor can also stop a Photo Slide show, returning the keypad to its default operations. Adjusting User Settings on the TKP-7600 By pressing and holding the Main and Mute buttons for 5 seconds ( simultaneously the TKP-7600 Settings Menu appears. Simultaneously press both the Main and Mute buttons to activate the Settings Menu. Settings Menu The Settings Menu allows you to adjust some basic parameters of the TKP-7600 keypad. Select these options by pressing the appropriate icon. If no icon/button is pressed for 45 seconds, the unit reverts back to the Main screen. The Settings Menu is broken down into the following categories: Sleep Settings: Manages how long the LCD remains ON after usage. General: Contains settings for Time, Date and Temperature Scale Sound: Allows control of any confirmation beeps, or the ability to disable these tones. Brightness: Easily adjust the LCD screen's brightness level, and enable/disable the light sensor. Proximity Sensor: Allows for sensitivity adjustment of the proximity sensor. System: Quickly view the Memory Usage, Firmware Version and other details about the TKP-7600. Network: View information about the current network as well as set a Dynamic or static IP address for the TKP-7600. Intercom: Enable audio-video intercom settings to communicate with other installed TKP-7600’s. Factory Default: Reset the TKP-7600 to factory settings. Sleep Settings Decide upon the option that best fits the current needs. LCD Screen is always ON: This option keeps the LCD screen illuminated at all times. LCD Screen will turn OFF: This option allows the user to decide on the amount of time that the LCD screen will remain illuminated after it is last used. The + and – buttons adjusts the time frame up or down accordingly. LCD Screen will display a screen saver This option will display a screen saver of the photos found on the online website, Google +. This starts to display after the time frame selected in the Start After box, and continues for the amount of time dictated in the Duration box. Selecting OK accepts any changes made and return to the Main menu, as well as selecting Cancel will return the user to the Main menu, without incorporating any changes. General The General settings screen allows for setting the Time, Date and decide on the scale used to display the temperature( ). To view the rest of the General settings menu, be sure to scroll up/down. Using the arrow found at the left and right sides of each property ( adjusts the value up, or down, respectively. Selecting OK accepts any changes made and return to the Main menu, as well as selecting Cancel returns the user to the Main menu, without incorporating any changes. Sound By default, the TKP-7500 emits a low volume beep as a confirmation tone for screen presses. Use this menu to adjust the sound to your liking. Use the + /– buttons or drag the slider to raise or lower the volume. Selecting OK accepts any changes made and returns to the Main menu, as well as selecting Cancel returns the user to the Main menu, without incorporating any changes. Brightness Determine the overall brightness of the TKP-7500's display, or incorporate a light sensor that adjusts the brightness of the unit based upon ambient room lighting. Use the + /– buttons or drag the slider to raise or lower the brightness. Selecting Enable Light Sensor disables the Brightness Level selection and dynamically adjust the LCD brightness based upon the ambient room lighting detected by the light sensor. Selecting OK accepts any changes made and returns to the Main menu, as well as selecting Cancel returns the user to the Main menu, without incorporating any changes. System Although none of the information can be modified, these System Pages will show important information about your TKP-7600. These pages should only be needed by a custom install professional, or technical support. Network This option shows important information about the current network, its settings and give the ability to edit the IP address of the TKP-7600. Be careful, these settings should only be edited by a professional. Entering values without specific information or instruction could easily result in the TKP-7600 failing to function correctly. The Network Information screen displays the status of the network connection ( ) as well as the current address type ( ), IP address and Subnet Mask. Selecting the EDIT icon reveals a screen that allows for changing of the method for assigning an IP address to the keypad. ● Obtain an IP address automatically: this uses the DHCP method of IP addressing ● Use the following address: this option requires that the Static address of the keypad, as well as other network information be entered. This is the recommended method to connect the TKP-7600 Audio-Video Intercom The Audio-Video Intercom Settings screen allows you to set the Intercom function. You can enable or disable your video, select from a list of notification sounds and adjust the volume. You can also check if your baby is safe through one-way video communication by enabling the Baby Monitor. Enable Intercom: Enables the audio intercom function. Once enabled the Intercom icon is displayed on the category/device ribbon to communicate with other TKP-7600s. To also turn on video, see enable intercom video below. Set Intercom Name: Use up to 10 characters to label the TKP-7600 to easily identify and communicate between multiple TKP-7600s. Enable Intercom Video: When enabled, turns on the TKP-7600 camera for other TKP-7600 devices to view you and your surroundings. Set Intercom Notification Sound: Select from a list of different notification sounds and adjust the TKP-7600 volume. Enable Baby Monitor: Turns on one-way communication to check on the safety of your baby, directly from the baby monitor. Factory Default This should only be attempted by a custom install professional that is familiar with Total Control, or under instruction from the manufacturer. Selecting this option will reset the TKP-7600 to factory default and the unit WILL NOT work until reprogrammed! Specifications Microprocessor: Coretex-A9 dual 1GHz Memory: 4GB eMMC, 1GB RAM Devices: Supports up to 255 Devices Pages: Supports up to 255 Pages on each Device Macro Capability: Up to 255 steps Network: One 10/100 Ethernet port (PoE) LCD : 7 inch (1280x800 ) Weight: 10.51 oz Size: 7.91" x 5.04" x 1.03" Power: Standard PoE Injector or PoE Switch (Purchased separately) Limited Warranty Statement 1. Limited Warranty and Disclaimers Universal Remote Control, Inc. 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Company Address Contact Information Brand Name 500 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY 10528, U.S.A www.universalremote.com Phone: (914)835-4484 Fax: (914)835-4532 UNIVERSAL remote control Product Name Network Keypad Model Name TKP-7600 This product herewith complies with the requirements of EMC Directive (2004/108/EC) issued by the Commission of the European Community Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European Community EMC Directive EN 55022 EN 55024 EN 61000-3-2 EN 61000-3-3 List of test reports and/or certificate verified compliance with the standards above EMC Directive Report No. Testi ng Labora tory Date of issue : Gumi College EMC Center Name and signature of authorized person : October 30, 2015 James Novak Director of Product Universal Remote Control Inc.
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