Elk Security Crestron Home™

$100.00$250.00

The Elk Driver will manage security from your Crestron Home project through advanced options that will provide status, Arming options and keypad emulation, status exposing through sequences, events notifications and custom arming options.

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The Elk Driver will manage security from your Crestron Home project through advanced options that will provide status, Arming options and keypad emulation, status exposing through sequences, events notifications and custom arming options.

For a temporary test license or other questions contact us through drivers@digitalautomation.us

 

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License

Elk Security – Basic, Elk Security – Pro

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SecuritySystem_Elk_M1_IP- Manual

  • What preparation do I need to do before installing the driver?

    It is recommended that you save a configuration or golden configuration before installing any driver.

  • What do I need to do in order to get the driver to connect? It just shows offline
    • Make sure the Elk is online. Try pinging the IP Address to make sure it is online. Use a telnet client like Putty to confirm the Elk is accepting connections. Using Putty, connect to the IP address of the Elk on port 2101. If you get a connection refused message, it means the Elk is not properly setup.

    • You need to make sure the Elk and the M1XEP is properly configured. The M1XEP needs port 2101 and unsecured to be enabled. See example screenshot.

    • Make sure the Elk configuration software is not connected when you test the driver. If it is disconnect it.
  • What other configuration do I need to do on the Elk?

    Make sure under Globals > G29-G42 (Special) > Serial Port 0 Transmit Options, that all the checkboxes are marked, as shown in the example screenshot.

  • The driver asks for the number of zones, why?

    That tells the driver the upper limit on the number of zones to poll, starting from zone 1 up to the zone you specify. If you have a system that has a total of 20 zones but they start at zone 17, then you should put 37. This primarily applies to the PRO version of the driver.

  • How can I test just the basic features of the driver?

    Please send an email to drivers@digitalautomation.us requesting a basic driver trial license so you can compare the differences.

  • Can you implement Xyz feature? OR I think I might’ve found a bug.

    Please send an email to drivers@digitalautomation.us. If it’s a bug, please also let us know the steps to reproduce the issue.

  • Can I get a longer trial time?

    Please send an email to drivers@digitalautomation.us to request a longer trial license.

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