The GT Series supports up to 500 tenant stations in a single building, and up to 5000 tenant station in an IP connected multi-building system.
The system can host up to 16 entrance stations (plus 4 security stations) in a single building system and a maximum of 480 entrance stations (plus 96 security stations) in a further expanded multi-building system which can communicate hands-free with the tenant stations.
The 170-degree entry station camera withPanTilt Zoom provides complete entry visibility. Choose from a one-piece stainless steel entry panel or easily configure the entry panels using either direct select or digital keypad. With embedded NFC* system, you can program the entire system wirelessly and swiftly.
Can serve up to 5000 residents
Easy to use 7-inch tenant stations
Manual, USB, IP and NFC* programing options available
170 degree clear wide view with zoom and Pan-Tilt function
NFC enabled lock control
Optional Security Camera for more security
Concierge station with wide, zoom, pantilt 3.5-inch display
Concierge station can host it’s own door station
Reception mode to screen visitors before door release or transfers to tenants
IP adaptor to conect and manage buildings at different locations
Easy to program door release system
PC and android smart device interface for programming
Monitoring of entrance stations from tenant stations
New and comapct 1-zone divider available
GT-2C tenant station ableto record visitor calls
*Compatible with NFC Myfair and NFC enabled Android smart devices
The BCXB-N might not be powered on, the entrance station ID might be wrong or duplicated across multiple stations, there may be an error in the wiring (short/incorrect configuration) or a device might be faulty.
Check the R1R2 connection to the GT-4Z and or GT-BC, make sure there are no shorts and that it is correctly configured it its trunk line.
Make sure that the resident, link ID and lift control data has been uploaded to the GT-BCXB-N, and that the GTW-LC is correctly configured with the GT-BCXB-N and GT-BC. Double check the programming for the lift control in the GT-BCXB-N.
The two stations have been programmed to the one ID. Delete the link ID from the entrance station first, then the tenant stations. Then re-link them. Check if dipswitches were used for programming or if it was done by the handshake method. Refer to the GT handset programming guide
Please refer to the GT voltage readings guide. https://www.aiphone.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/GT-Voltage-Readings.pptx
Check the video A1A2 connection from GT-VB/GT-DMB-N to GT-VBC. If using GT-4Z’s make sure all the termination switches are set to B with the very last GT-4Z in the chain having its switch set to A
Please check the following: 1. Is there any pending Windows updates? If yes, install and restart 2. Were the USB drivers installed at the end of GT Setup Tool installation? 3. Is the BCXB-N turned off? 4. If BCXB-N is on, check R1R2 connections, especially to the GT-BC’s 5. If there are GT-MKB-N’s, remove the call history 6. Check if the door stations are still in programming mode 7. If you only have a GT-DMB-N and PS connected only, you need one GT-BC connected to it as well
Make sure you are in Administrator Mode and not Manager Mode.
GT-DB is only compatible with GT-NSB and vice versa the GT-DA is only compatible with the GT-NS.
On a modular entry panel, the door release contacts are located on the back of the speaker module (either a GT-DB or a GT-DA-L). On the GT-DM/DMB-N, these will be on the back of the Entrance Panel.
The door release connections are labeled ELM/ ELC/ and ELB. ELM is a normally open contact (Typically used with a strike), ELB is a normally closed contact (Typically used with a magnetic lock), and ELC is the common. Click here to view the GT Series Quick Start guide and refer to page 3 for a wiring diagram for each example.
Note that each of these contacts are dry and will not provide direct power to your lock, which will need its own power source separate from the Aiphone equipment.
This will happen when there are multiple entry panels set to the same ID. By default, all entry panels will be set to be ID #1. To fix this, power down the entire system, then make changes to the dip switches on the back of the entry panel(s). The locations of these dipswitches, and what position they should be set to, can be found in the GT Series Quick Start Guide here on page 6, or seen below.
The GT-RY provides a normally open, dry contact when a tenant station receives a call. A GT-RY is required for every tenant station needing this option. The connections vary by tenant station model, click here to view page 35 of the GT Installation Manual for a wiring diagram.
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Yes, it is recommended that if the building has more than one entrance panel that all the panels be replaced at the same time.
No, The GT tenant stations are not compatible with the GF Series, they are not cross compatible.
Yes, GT and GH tenant stations are cross compatible on a one to one basis, but with a few slight exceptions on multiple stations in the same apartment.
Replacing a tenant station is a two-step process, after replacing the station you do need to put the entrance in program mode and assign the entrance panel to call that replacement tenant station.