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RE-1
Residential Telephone
Entry System
With Built-in Wireless Receiver
Installation,
Programming,
and Operation Instructions
(760) 438-7000
USA & Canada (800) 421-1587 & (800) 392-0123
Toll Free FAX (800) 468-1340
www.linearcorp.com
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  • Page 1

    RE-1 Residential Telephone Entry System With Built-in Wireless Receiver Installation, Programming, and Operation Instructions (760) 438-7000 USA & Canada (800) 421-1587 & (800) 392-0123 Toll Free FAX (800) 468-1340 www.linearcorp.com...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS ..... . . 24 RE-1 OPERATION ......25 RESIDENT PROGRAMMING QUICK REFERENCE .

  • Page 3: Product Description

    If the resident decides to grant access to the visitor, they can activate either output relay in the RE-1 by pressing a key on the telephone’s keypad. If the resident decides not to grant access, hanging up or pressing a key will disconnect the visitor’s call.

  • Page 4: Installation Information

    AC transformer and telephone lines through the grove in the ferrite core of the RFI fi lter. The fi lter must be installed outside of the RE-1 case. With the wires captured inside, close the ferrite RFI fi lter case and snap it shut (see Figure 1).

  • Page 5: Component Locations

    COMPONENT LOCATIONS KEYPAD Die-cast metal 12-key keypad with tactile action. For system programming and keying in entry codes. DOWNLIGHT Illuminates keypad and visitor operation buttons. The light can be programmed to operate dusk to dawn and adjusts its time depending on the system’s geographic location.

  • Page 6: Wiring Diagram

    NOTE: A MAGNETIC LOCK AND RE-1 DOOR STRIKE ARE BOTH SHOWN, TELEPHONE ENTRY TYPICALLY ONLY ONE IS USED SYSTEM NOTE: DO NOT POWER THE LOCKING DEVICE FROM THE RE-1 TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER BATTERY NEGATIVE BATTERY POSITIVE SENSE #1 OPEN #1 SENSE #2...

  • Page 7: Entry System Mounting, Telephone Wiring

    2. Use four security bolts and locking nuts to secure the backplate to the pedestal (see Figure 3). Wall Mounting The RE-1 Entry System can be mounted directly to a wall or fl at surface. 1. Open the RE-1 case by removing the two security screws with the wrench provided (see Figure 2).

  • Page 8: Telephone Wiring Options

    GROUND STAKE Figure 6. Shared Line Wiring Dedicated Line Pressing the Call button on the RE-1 will cause the RE-1 to sieze the phone line and dial out to an outside number. See PPN #54 for programming options. CASE GROUND...

  • Page 9: Multiple Unit Installations

    In the case of simultaneous visitors at different units when using the Shared Line Mode, putting one RE-1 “on hold” to communicate with the second RE-1, then returning to the fi rst RE-1 is not recommended. Instead, fi nish all communications with the fi rst RE-1 before servicing the second RE-1.

  • Page 10: Control Wiring

    Connect the other wire to the remaining wire of the power supply. • For a door strike, connect the wires to the RE-1 Relay #1 COM & N.O. terminals. • For a magnetic lock, connect the wires to the RE-1 Relay #1 COM &...

  • Page 11: Optional Remote Keypad

    RE-1 TRANSFORMER terminals. Backup Battery Use of battery backup is optional. It will allow the RE-1 to operate for short periods of time without AC power. Two 12-volt backup batteries in series are recommended to obtain the proper working voltage for the RE-1.

  • Page 12: Optional Keyswitch

    2. Remove the screw and washer that retain the keyswitch hole access plate (see Figure 19). 3. Hold the lock cover and plastic spacer in place on the RE-1 case. Secure the assembly with four screws, lock washers, and nuts. Slide the keyswitch into the hole, oriented as shown (see Figure 20).

  • Page 13: Optional Cctv Camera

    This cable routes power to, and video from the camera. The RE-1 VIDEO jack is for connection to a video cable with a Type “BNC” connector. Up to 300 feet of 75-ohm RG-59 video cable can be used.

  • Page 14: Programming Access

    ✦ NOTE: The “###” prefi x to access programming is the default value for the RE-1. It can be changed in the RE-1 using PPN #72. Be sure the prefi x entered as the telephone number matches what has been set in the RE-1 if it has been changed from the default.

  • Page 15

    7. NEW CONNECTION WIZARD - "PHONE NUMBER TO DIAL" FOR A REMOTE CONNECTION, ENTER THE PHONE NUMBER OF THE RE-1'S PHONE LINE. FOR A LOCAL CONNECTION ENTER "###" (THE DEFAULT LOCAL ACCESS PASSWORD) NOTE: "###" IS THE DEFAULT FOR LOCAL PROGRAMMING ACCESS.

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    3. THE MODEM WILL DIAL THE NUMBER 4. ONLY WHEN CONNECTING REMOTELY, AFTER THREE RINGS, CLICK "CANCEL", WAIT 10 SECONDS THEN REPEAT STEPS 1-3. THE RE-1 WILL ANSWER THE PHONE ON THE SECOND CALL ATTEMPT 2. CLICK "DIAL" TO START THE CONNECTION 5.

  • Page 17

    SETTING UP A WINDOWS VISTA™ DIAL-UP NETWORK CONNECTION (PART 1) 1. FROM THE START MENU, CLICK ON "CONNECT TO" 3. CHOOSE "SET UP A DIAL-UP CONNECTION" 5. FILL IN THE INFORMATION FOR THE CONNECTION 2. CLICK ON "SETUP A CONNECTION OR NETWORK" 4.

  • Page 18

    TAB. HIGHLIGHT "INTERNET PROTOCOL VERSION 4 (TCP/IPv4)" AND CLICK ON "PROPERTIES" 8. FROM THE START MENU, CLICK ON "CONNECT TO" AND SELECT "RE-1" 10. CLICK ON "CONFIGURE" AND UN-CHECK ALL HARDWARE FEATURES 12. CLICK ON "USE THE FOLLOWING IP ADDRESS"...

  • Page 19

    2. THE MODEM WILL DIAL THE NUMBER 3. ONLY WHEN CONNECTING REMOTELY, AFTER THREE RINGS, CLICK "CANCEL", WAIT 10 SECONDS THEN REPEAT STEPS 1-3. THE RE-1 WILL ANSWER THE PHONE ON THE SECOND CALL ATTEMPT 4. THE RE-1 WILL VERIFY THE USERNAME AND PASSWORD 5.

  • Page 20: Local Programming Access, Remote Programming Access

    PPN. Remote Telephone Connection 1. Dial the telephone number of the line that the RE-1 is connected to. 2. Let the telephone ring twice and hang up. 3. After 10 seconds, but before 30 seconds, call back to the same telephone number.

  • Page 21: Programming Reference

    PROGRAMMING REFERENCE PROGRAMMING CONTROL USAGE ENTER PROGRAMMING ........###MASTER CODE# ESCAPE/CANCEL .

  • Page 22: Basic System Programming, Entry Code Programming

    The time and date set in the clock and calendar control the system time zones, holiday schedules, and time stamping of the event log. The GTZ setting controls when the downlight is on. The RE-1 has an on-board lithium battery to maintain the date and time if power is removed from the unit.

  • Page 23: Transmitter Programming, Telephone Programming

    RE-1 will generate beeps on the resident’s telephone line to signal that a visitor is calling. The resident has the option to switch to the visitor’s call.

  • Page 24: Advanced System Programming

    RE-1. The resident programming prefi x is entered on a local telephone or the main keypad prior to programming the RE-1. Press: Programming: 0 = “###”; 1 = “***”; 2 = “*#*”; 3 = “#*#”...

  • Page 25

    Remote Keypad Address If a Linear Model AM-KP is used as a remote keypad the ADDRESS switch in the remote keypad needs to match the “address” setting in the RE-1. For most installations, simply set the remote keypad’s ADDRESS switch to “3”...

  • Page 26: System Adjustments

    Tone Length = Tone length in Seconds 1-15 Voice Synthesizer On/Off When the voice synthesizer is on the RE-1 will sound voice prompts during operation and programming. If the voice synthesizer is off, the system will sound beeps to indicate conditions. The HELP button will announce “Enter code or press call button to contact resident”...

  • Page 27: Re-1 Operation

    2. Wait at least 10, but not longer than 30 seconds and re-dial the phone number for the RE-1. 3. The RE-1 will answer. Wait for the modem tones to fi nish then enter your 6 digit password followed by #.

  • Page 28: Resident Programming Quick Reference

    RESIDENT PROGRAMMING QUICK REFERENCE Some of the programming PPN’s may be commonly used by the resident. Following are quick references to the keystrokes required. ✦ NOTE: The “###” is the default command prefi x. The following example assumes that the default has not been changed. To Enter Programming Mode Press: Master Code...

  • Page 29: Specifications, Dimension Drawing, Troubleshooting

    3. Check 16 VAC voltage at RE-1 transformer terminals. 4. Disconnect the house telephone line and connect a test telephone to the RE-1 house ring and tip terminals. See if the test telephone rings. 3.74" System will not answer an incoming call 1.

  • Page 30: Programming Worksheet

    PROGRAMMING WORKSHEET 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4...

  • Page 32: Linear Limited Warranty

    Consumers should inquire from their selling dealer as to the nature of the dealer’s warranty, if any. There are no obligations or liabilities on the part of Linear LLC for consequential damages arising out of or in connection with use or performance of this product or other indirect damages with respect to loss of property, revenue, or profi...

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