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This is the place where you will find all you need for Sesame hardware installation and software configuration to match the user requirements.

After having install the hardware described in "Harware Installation" chapter, you will customize the interface as described in the "Software Confirmation" chapter.


This is the place where you will find all you need for Sesame hardware installation and software configuration to match the user requirements.

 

Sesame's system Installation process.

 

  1. Absolutly necessary information before start

    1. For beeing detected each kit must be turned on before the central.
    2. To restart the central use the soft manner with the iSesame software (status tab).
    3. Please use the right power supply for each copmponent.
    4. Choose a place for the sbox where it is not "too far" from any Kit.
    5. Befor fixing definitively the sBox or a Kit, check it is reached by radio waves (obstacle distance...).
  2. Verification/Configuration

    1. Choose the place you have Internet connection where you can put the Sesame Box.
    2. Connect all Sesame Kit's power.
    3. Connect the Internet cable of the Sesame Box, only then connect it's power.
    4. Launch Sesame's Application iSesame, in Preferences tab, enter the serial number of the sBox and the password you got from the seller.
    5. Check that all Kits are connected to the system (aftre starting the sBox, it can takes a few minutes for having all connection over the aire).
    6. Put each kit at the Check radio transmission perfect quality for all kits ( maximum ~ -50db). Find the best orientation of the Antenna if your signal is not strong enough. The sensitivity of the system is -90db for Serie I,  -92db for Serie II and 102db for Serie II.

 

CardSeri2
CardSeriI

ExamplesINPUT-8

outputConnection

 


 

Caractéristiques Sesame Serie II:

Relay number

Thermometer

Photosensor

Extra input

Radio range

Camera

Infra-red Sensor

Box

1 x 5 Amp

0-120°C

0to100%

Yes

 

 

K1 Kit

1 x 10 Amp

0-120°C

0to100%

Yes

Upto-40 meters indoor

uptoo 100 meters outdoor

320x240

640x480

Very sensitive (7m range)

K3 Kit

2 x 10 Amp

0-120°C

0to 100%

Yes

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No

No

 

 

 

 

Remark: This document is a complementary of the user document at Support page. We do not repeat that part which is supposed to be known.

 

 

 

In this chapter you will see how you configure the  SmartPhone software: iSesame

 

The Sesame has two working mode. User mode and Installer Mode.

The default mode is User Mode. For activating the Installer Mode, you go to preferences Tab, and you push the Installer Mode Button. It ask you the password that as Installer you already got. You are in installer mode. To quit the Installer mode, you push again the same button.

User Mode,

In the user mode the user can navigate on to Kits and see the state of their sensors. He can Activate/Desactivate the switchs and other outputs.

The user can  activate the edition mode and hide sensors or devices, the user can Change/Create/Remove switchs and alarms automatism.

Installer Mode,

Three differences with user mode.

First, in edition mode you see all devices even the one not configured the user can't. You you can  add them to the user set. The user can see only see  divices added by you.

Secondly, you can configure a type of a sensor as you installed it. The user can't.

And Third difference : You can save the configuration as the default configuration. Each time the user wants to get the default valus, it will take the configuration you are saving for him.

 

Configuration of the kind of each connected device(sensor/switch):

For your information, know that a sensor are shown as input device and a switch or relay are shown in iSesame as an output device. And the device(sensor/switch) type can be from different kind but automatically reconized by the software. So the software will propose you only the right kind of devices so don't worry about that you will see it is easy....

At this stage you need to know the relationship between connectics on each Kit and the number id of the sensor/switch on the software.

Before that you saw that each module is represented in the software by a unique number. So you can't have two times the same number in the same installation.

 

So use this relationship array: 

 

 

The ID of the Kit connector by default série-I by default serie-II The default Number on iSesame
1

Thermometer

Thermometer

x-1*
2

Photo Sensor

Photo Sensor
x-2*
3  reserved  reserved x-3*
4  Relay I Relay x-4*
5  Relay II  reserved x-5*
6  reserved 220v x-6*
7  PIR  PIR x-7*
8 Optional Sensor Optional Sensor x-8*
9  P1 P1 x-9*
10

reserved

reserved

x-10
11 LED infra-red

reserved

x-11
12

reserved

reserved

x-12
13

Alim Cam/220v

reserved

x-13

 

*-The X is the unique number of the Kit

In edition mode you can choose in the list of possible sensors/switchs the one you connected to. That is all.

You can give a name to the item. Raiator Door or what else it represents.

For Finish:

Save your work by putting the actual configuration as the default's one in the preferences tab. Then go back to the user mode in the same tab.

 

Portal connection examples to a K1 or K3 Sesame Kit's relay.

portail1portail2