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Virtual I/O is a feature for activating scripts on station events.

The scripts mentioned in this article can be downloaded here.

Door Opening - Operating a relay located in safe area

Example of using Vitual IO to control the relay of another unit

Due to security requirements it is sometimes not allowed to operate the door lock from the relay in the Turbine station at the door.

Instead of operating the relay in the door station, one can use the "Virtual I/O" feature to control the relay of a remote I/O unit (e.g. TKIS-2 unit) which is located in a secure area.

The script RelayTimer_v1.lua can be used for this prupose. The script let you pulse a relay of a remote unit for a set time.

  • Download and unzip the script
  • Select SIP Configuration > Script Upload, and click Browse to upload the script to the station
Upload the script to the station


The RelayTimer_v1.lua script requires 4 parameters:

lua RelayTimer_v1.lua <username> <password> <Station IP address> <Timer>
- <username> is by default admin
- <password> is by default alphaadmin
- <Station IP address> is the IP address in dot notation
- <Timer> is the relay pulse time in seconds
  • Configure the script with the required parameters. Select SIP Configuration > Script Configuration
When this script is triggered, the relay of station 10.5.101.149 will be pulsed for 3 seconds


  • Finally you need to define which event should trigger the script. Select SIP Configuration > Script Events:
When pressing digit "5", the script is triggered


Other scripts for Relay operation

There are three different scripts for relay control.

  • RelayTimer_v1.lua: Pulse the relay for a set time. The required parameters are described earlier in this article.
  • RelayOn_v1.lua: Turn relay ON
  • RelayOff_v1.lua: Turn relay OFF

The scripts can control the relay both in INCA stations and in Turbine stations.

Both the RelayOn_v1.lua and the RelayOff_v1.lua scripts require 3 parameters:

lua RelayOn_v1.lua <username> <password> <Station IP address>
- <username> is by default admin
- <password> is by default alphaadmin
- <Station IP address> is the IP address in dot notation

TruPortal Integration

By using Virtual I/O the Pulse system trigger a script that can control the door lock in a TruPortal system.


Upload the script

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Script configuration
TruPortal script requires 4 parameters:

  • username
  • password
  • TruPortal device IP address
  • Door number to activate
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Script Event assignement
After a script slot has been created the user can choose which event(s) which will start the script.

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Milestone Integration

By using Virtual I/O the Pulse system trigger a script that can control the Milestone Video Management System. In this example we want to activate a camera when the Turbine station calls the reception. The camera should switch off when the conversation ends.


Upload the script

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Script configuration
Milestone script requires 3 parameters:

  • Milestone server IP address
  • TCP port number
  • "Text" to send (example "Cam105")
Send command to switch to camera for station 105


A second slot is needed to deactivate the camera. Same parameters with text changed to "CamOff".

  • Milestone server IP address
  • TCP port number
  • "Text" to send (example "CamOff")
Send command to deactivate camera for station 105



Script Event assignement
After a script slot has been created the user can choose which events which will start the script.

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