Video Intercom/How To Add A VTH1550CH To A VTO1210C-X

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These instructions are for Generation 1, IP-based Video Intercom Devices only.
Icon Name Generation Technology SIP 2.0 Example Device 1 Example Device 2 Identifying Characteristic PC Software Mobile App
Gen1-IP Gen 1 IP Non-SIP VTH1550CH VTO2111D-WP No "-2" or "-S" SmartPSS gDMSS or iDMSS

How To Add A VTH1550CH To A VTO1210C-X


This Step by Step guide will provide instruction to setup A VTH1550CH To A VTO1210C-X via a LAN connection.


  • Power and network to VTH1550CH and VTO1210C-X
  • Windows PC on network

Video Instructions

Step by Step Instructions

VTO1210C-X Setup:

1. Log into the VTO via it's IP address using Internet Explorer (username:admin password:admin). To configure the VTO1210C's IP address please use the config tool to find the IP an change it. Alternatively press * and enter the admin code in (888888, but it can be modified) followed by # to access the menu. Select IP Setting to set the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway settings.


2. Under System Config-> Local Config set the video format to WVGA, Make sure your device type is set to Unit Door Station, then select OK.


3. Select LAN Config and make sure "Group Call" is checked, then select OK.


4. Select Logout-> Reboot Device and then select Reboot Device and then give the device 2-5 minutes to reboot and then log in again.


VTH Setup

5. Select System Config-> Indoor Manager and then select Add, and add your VTH number(s), as well as any additional (but not required) information. This should conclude the Setup of the VTO1210C-X


6. Tap the VTH on it's first boot (or factory reset) and then enter the room number you had entered into the VTO1210C-X via Internet Explorer, then select OK, then select OK again, and then exit the window.


7. Select settings -> Project Settings and enter the default password of the VTH (888888, or 002236, or 123456, or user specified) and select OK.


8. Select Net Set, and enter in a valid IP address or use DHCP for your router to address one and select OK.


9. Select Network and enter in the VTO's IP address and select OK. There should now be a message that says "Please wait until setup completes..." then "Set Successfully!". Notice in the upper left corner of the screen that the VTO disconnected symbol is removed, this is an indicator that your device is connected.


10. To add more VTH devices please repeat steps 5-9 and use a different room number. You should now be able to use both devices together as intended.