Tuxedo Touch WIFI with Voice Activation Supplement



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Tuxedo Touch

with Voice Activation - Supplement


GENERAL INFORMATION
Tuxedo

with voice activation lets you control your system
with simple voice commands to do the following:

Activate custom scenes using pre-defined voice com
mands

View camera images from up to four cameras


Voice Control Overview
Feature
Description
Always Listening
Tuxedo is always listening for the trigger phrase f
ollowed by a command. The trigger phrase is,
“Hello Tuxedo.” The keypad displays the microphone
icon and waits eight seconds for a command
phrase. A message is displayed on the screen (along
with a voice annunciation if trigger feedback is
enabled)
“Hello Tuxedo (XXXX), Please say your command.”
See “Voice Control Setup” below.
Built-in Command
Vocabulary
Tuxedo contains a built-in vocabulary of six comman
d phrases to which it responds. These
commands are listed later in this document.
Ambient Noise
Tuxedo is designed to hear voice commands in a norm
al speaking voice from about 10 feet away
under normal ambient noise levels. However, loud am
bient noise levels may reduce Tuxedo’s ability
to recognize a voice command, and thus may require
the user to speak with a louder voice or be
closer to Tuxedo in such environments.
Voice Activation by
Command Phrases
Tuxedo provides voice activation (control) based on
interpreting key phrases (i.e. the built-in
command vocabulary). In fact, Tuxedo is designed to
interpret a large range of voices, accents, and
phrase cadences (speaking fast or slow).
Scenes Setup and
Voice Command
Programming
Z-wave devices and scenes must be set first on the
Tuxedo before it will respond to voice commands.
Voice command programming is available when setting
scenes on the keypad and also accessible via
the Tuxedo scene web page. Web pages can be accesse
d from a PC, tablet, or Smartphone.

CONTROLLING DEVICES & SCENES BY VOICE
Tuxedo can activate devices to run pre-defined scen
es by voice command.
Before devices and scenes can be voice-controlled,
they must first be associated with a scene voice in
put command
(descriptor) using the Tuxedo keypad and/or the sce
ne web page.

See the section on “Setting Scenes for Voice Comman
ds”
later in this document.
Notes:



The screens displayed in this document are for exam
ple and may appear different from the actual screen
displays shown
on the keypad or a PC.


When the keypad boots up, the screen displays the “
Voice: Disclaimer/Limitation of Liability” Statemen
t, read and
accept/reject the disclaimer or press “Remind Me Af
ter 2 Hrs.” Use the slide bar to increase/decrease
the volume level. A
voice control video will play followed by the voice
command training video. Once video is playing, pre
ss anywhere on the
screen to end the video. To cancel the voice traini
ng, select the
Abort
button.


If the Voice Disclaimer statement appears on the sc
reen at any time, the back light turns off and the
menus and voice
features stop functioning. If this occurs, acknowle
dge the Disclaimer and from the Home screen navigat
e again to the
desired screen.


Voice annunciations are available in English languag
e only.
Configure Voice Control

Follow the steps below to set up voice activation.

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VOICE SETUP
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Training
Voice Control
Video
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Command Sensitivity (1 - 7)
Trigger Sensitivity (1 - 7)
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RESET TO DEFAULT
VOICE ON/OFF
Use System Volume
Enable Trigger Feedback

Tuxedo Home Screen

Tuxedo Setup Screen

Tuxedo Voice Setup Screen

Voice Control Setup
1. From the “Home” screen, select the
Setup


icon and then press the
VOICE SETUP
button located in the lower right
corner of the screen. The “Voice Setup” screen is d
isplayed. Press the
VOICE ON/OFF
button to enable voice control.
2. Use the Up/Down arrows to increase or decrease t
he
Command Sensitivity
and
Trigger Sensitivity
level. Select from
1-7 levels of sensitivity with 1 being the lowest a
nd 7 the highest. Refer to “Sensitivity Settings” s
ection below.
3. Select the
Enable Trigger Feedback
button to enable Tuxedo’s voice response (optional
).
4. Select the
Use System Volume
button for normal voice response volume or uncheck
the box to use the default (louder)
level.
5. Select the
Reset to Default
button to revert (command and trigger) accuracy val
ues to default settings.
6.
V
iew the
Voice Control Video

and
Training Video
for helpful information about setting up and usin
g the
Tuxedo voice functions.
Voice Control Options
1. From the “Voice Setup” screen, press the
Counter

icon to access the list of voice commands, accuracy
, and
last 10 accuracy levels. Press
Clear
to clear the last 10
counts and the last 10 accuracy level information,
or press
Clear All
to clear the entire list.
2. Press the
Log

icon to view the log of detected voice
commands and the date and time of each occurrence.
3. Select the
Back

icon to return to the previous
screen.
READY TROUBLE
Last 10 Accuracy Levels
Accuracy
Count
Hello tuxedo
Clear
0
Commands
CLEAR ALL
1000
Bed time
Clear
0
1000
Cameras
Clear
0
1000
Evening time
Clear
0
800
Leaving the
House
Clear
0
1000
Returning
Home
Clear
0
1000
Wake Up
Clear
0
1000


Voice Counter Screen
Sensitivity Settings
Command sensitivity: Sets how well Tuxedo responds
to voice commands in various noise environments.

Trigger sensitivity: Sets how well Tuxedo resp
onds to the “Hello Tuxedo” trigger phrase in variou
s noise environments.

Accuracy Counter: The counter shows how well T
uxedo has interpreted your last 10 voice commands b
ased on internal
diagnostics, with each indicated by a number from 1
-2000.

If Tuxedo does not
seem to be responding well to your voice commands (
ex. you need to frequently
repeat commands or need to speak louder before Tuxe
do responds), you can adjust the accuracy by
entering a new Counter value.
1. Find the low
est number in the last 10 commands.
2. Tap the Accu
racy counter number column and enter a number from
1-2000 that is somewhat
larger than the lowest number shown. For example, i
f the lowest number shown in the history is
599, set the counter for 800.
3. If Tuxedo cont
inues to not respond well to commands, try entering
a higher number. Repeat until
you achieve desirable results.
SETTING SCENES FOR VOICE COMMANDS
Up to 30 scenes can be defined and controlled by vo
ice commands. The same voice input command (e.g., B
ed time) can be
assigned to more than one scene.
To activate a scene by voice command, the scene mus
t be associated with a voice command using the
Voice Input
Command
drop-down list.
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ON
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All Switches
Binary Switch
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HOME
Trigger
Condition
VOICE INPUT COMMAND
SCENE NAME
INFORMATION: Scenes must have at least a trigger and 1 action to work. Enter the
event to trigger the scene in the Trigger section. The Condition section is optional.
Scene-2
Condition
NONE
Actions
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Bed time
Evening time
NONE
NONE

Automation Screen
Scene Setup Screen
1. From the “Home” screen, select the
Automation
icon.
2. Select the
Scene Setup

icon; a list of existing Scenes may display, if no
t refer to the “Scene Setup” section in the
User Guide for further instructions.
3. To change the scene Status, press the
Enabled/Disabled
button. 4. Highlight the scene name that you want to assign
a voice input command with, and select the
Edit Scene


icon. The
“Scene Setup” screen is displayed. Refer to the Use
r Guide for instructions on how to edit scenes.

5. From the
Voice Input Command
drop-down list, select the desired voice input com
mand [Bed time, Evening Time,
Leaving the House, Returning Home, Wake up] that yo
u want to apply to the selected scene and press the

Save

icon.
Note:
Once a voice input command is set, you may choose
to change the existing scene name. If so, use the t
able below to
record your selections.
CUSTOMIZING VOICE COMMANDS FOR SCENES

There are five voice commands available for activat
ing voice-enabled scenes. If desired, scenes names
can be customized.
Use the table below to record your personal scene n
ames associated with the available voice commands.
Available Voice Commands
for Scenes

Scene Names Associated with Voice Commands, entered
by user
Bed time

Evening time

Leaving the House

Returning Home

Wake Up

Note:
Voice commands cannot be used to disarm the system
or unlock a door.
Voice Activation
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In Voice Mode, begins
FLASHING
after
trigger phrase “Hello Tuxedo” is spoken,
and then reverts to previous state.
(YELLOW) LED

After proper setup, speak the trigger phrase:
“Hello Tuxedo.”
Once spoken, the yellow LED begins to flash; Tuxedo
displays
the
Microphone

icon and waits eight seconds for a command phrase.
A message is displayed on the screen (along with a

voice annunciation if trigger feedback is enabled)
“Hello Tuxedo (XXXX), Please say your command.”

See “Voice Control Setup” section above in this doc
ument for instructions to enable “Trigger Feedback”
.
Then, say the desired voice input command phrase:
“Evening Time.”

The voice input command phrase “
Evening Time”
is displayed on the screen along with a voice annu
nciation. A checkmark
also appears on the “Home” screen indicating the sc
ene is active.
If the command is not spoken within eight seconds,
there is no voice annunciation. A message is displa
yed on the screen:
“Please retry by saying the Hello Tuxedo trigger ph
rase followed by one of the commands:

Bed time, Cameras,
Evening time, Leaving the House, Returning Home or
Wake Up.”


Cameras
To view cameras via voice controls, say:
“Hello Tuxedo.”
Once spoken, the yellow LED begins to flash; Tuxedo
displays the
Microphone

icon and waits eight seconds for a command phrase.
A message is displayed on the screen (along with a

voice annunciation if trigger feedback is enabled)
“Hello Tuxedo (XXXX), Please say your command.”

Then, user can say:
“Cameras”
.

The camera screen is displayed.


































































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