Have you lost/overwritten your Peridect+ configuration?
Type IP address of your CUP+ unit into your favourite web browser and press Enter.
Go to „Download“ -> „Configuration history“ and find the relevant configuration from the history (year/month/day).
To save the configuration file make a right click on the file link and press „Save link as..“.
Upload stored file to CUP+ with Peridect+ GUI.
Do you have problems to get connected with CUP+ from Peridect+ GUI?
Please make sure that you are trying to reach correct IP address. If DHCP is on, use IP scanner to discover the proper IP assigned to CUP+.
Double check that the firewall is not blocking the communication.
Make sure your Peridect+ GUI version is equal to the FW version in CUP+. If you need the GUI, please contact us at support-ZAVINOVADLO:sieza.com.
Do you get the message "CUP and PC has different time" in Peridect+ configuration software (GUI)?
Time difference between PC and CUP+ might cause the malfunction of the whole system.
Connect to CUP+ from GUI and set up current time in "Peridect+" -> "Device Management" -> "Set up time" and use "Load time from PC".
Disconnect from CUP+.
Connect to CUP+ again and the time is synchronized (error message has disapeared).
How installation reserves influence the total length of detection line?
The maximum length of the detection line cable between LCP+ and last detector should not be longer than 1,5km. Keep in mind that the real cable between the detectors is approximately by 40cm longer (standard) / 60cm (antivandal) than the specified distance of each length model.
The actual external installation reserve of the cable (after deducting the cable inside the detector covers) is in fact slightly smaller, approx. 20 cm for standard and approx. 35 cm for antivandal version. This reserve is necessary for easy installation.
Example 1: for a standard pitch of 2,6 m, 200 detectors and a standard installation, there is a 3m cable between the detectors and a 2,8m cable length between the plastic detector covers. This means that the perimeter is 520m (200 * 2,6) long, the real length of the detection line with the installation reserve is 560m (200 * 2,8), but the length of the detection line in terms of the cable actually used is 600m (200 * 3). Take this fact into account, especially for line lengths approaching the system limit!
Example 2: for a standard pitch of 2,6 m, 200 detectors and an antivandal installation, there is a 3,2m cable between the detectors and a 2,95m cable length between the plastic detector covers. This means that the perimeter is 520m (200 * 2,6) long, the real length of the detection line with the installation reserve is 590m (200 * 2,95), but the length of the detection line in terms of the cable actually used is 640m (200 * 3.2). Take this fact into account, especially for line lengths approaching the system limit!
How to secure your installation agains overvoltage issues?
We highly recommend to place the LPP+ overvoltage protectors after every 25 addresses (DSP+ or LIP+ modules) and to place one LPP+ at the end of each detection line. (After 100 detectors it is recommended to replace one LPP+ with one LSP+ module).
When using redundancy mode (master / slave), only LSP+ modules are placed on the detection line. (one LSP+ after every 25 addresses).
How are detection lines addressed from Sieza production?
Detection lines are usually installed on the inside of the fence (detector covers with the PERIDECT / PERIDECT+ logo oriented to the center of the area).
In our production we prepare addressing of detection lines in a clockwise direction (the sequence of addresses goes from left to right when looking at the PERIDECT / PERIDECT+ logo on the detector housings, in standard cases when looking at the fence from inside the protected area).
On request, we can also prepare lines addressed from right to left (if necessary due to the architecture of the project). Please define such a change with all production details when ordering.