Siemens Codelock K44 Duo Technical data

K44 Duo
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Technical manual
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What is K44 Duo? .................................. 4
The keypad............................................. 7
Wiring ..................................................... 8
Programming ....................................... 10
Buzzer and LEDs............................... 10
Choose password .............................. 11
Change password .............................. 11
Program codes .................................. 12
Erase codes....................................... 13
Change codes.................................... 14
Set opening time................................ 15
Background lighting on/off ................. 16
Buzzer on/off...................................... 17
Toggle function on/off ........................ 18
Duress on/off ..................................... 19
Door control on/off ............................. 20
Set door held warning time ................ 21
Alert on/off ......................................... 22
Delay on/off........................................ 23
Erase the memory ............................. 24
Using K44 Duo..................................... 25
Entrance ............................................ 25
Unlock the door permanently ............. 25
Enter duress code.............................. 26
Technical data ..................................... 27
Programming overview....................... 28
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What is K44 Duo?
K44 Duo is a compact code lock with two
relay outputs. This makes K44 Duo capable of
controlling two doors – or one door and an
optional function, e.g. a light switch. Either a
four- or a six-digit code can be used to open
connected doors. All programming is done
from the keypad.
Open two doors using one code
The advantage of using two relay outputs is
that two functions can be activated at the same
time, using only one code. For example, the
code can open the lock and turn on a light
switch at the same time.
Another setup is to connect the code lock to
two doors. One code is programmed to operate
both doors, while the other only opens one of
the doors.
If the code is programmed to open both doors,
you can set K44 Duo so that the other door
does not open until the first door has been
opened and closed (see the Delay section).
For each code, choose whether to activate both
relay outputs, only one or only the other.
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Disable the codes
whenever needed
K44 Duo offers the possibility to disable codes
at certain times. For example, the cleaning
staff’s access to the building can be limited to
certain hours, while tenants/staff can have
access to the door 24 hours a day.
By connecting two time clocks to K44 Duo,
three different time zones can be used to
control the codes: one controlled by time clock
1, one controlled by time clock 2 and one that
is valid 24 hours a day, i.e. no time control.
Duress or alert
K44 Duo is equipped with an output that can
be activated for one of the following reasons:
•
A user enters a duress code (see the
Duress on/off section)
or
•
The door held warning time expires or the
door is forced open (see the Alert on/off
section)
Choose which alternative to use. Then connect
e.g. a burglar alarm or similar to the output.
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Zero opening
To make entrance easier, e.g. during office
hours, connect an external contact. Then use
the contact to activate or deactivate zero
opening, i.e. opening the door by pressing the
zero button on the keypad. Note that this is
only applies to relay output 1.
Unlock the door permanently
If the Toggle function is activated, the code
can be used to unlock the door. The door
remains open until a valid code is entered once
again (see the Toggle on/off section).
Door bell
If needed, a door bell can be connected to K44
Duo. To ring the bell, the visitor presses the
button labelled with a bell on the code lock’s
keypad.
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The keypad
Red LED
For optional use,
e.g. to indicate
alarm on.
Yellow LED
Indicates
keypresses.
Green LED
Lit when
the lock is
open.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
B
=A
Functions as a door bell
and starts the sequence
telling K44 Duo what you
want to program, e.g.
A21 to program codes.
B
Press B and enter
the 6-digit
password to
program K44
Duo. Press B to
leave programming
mode.
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Wiring
The numbers refer to the diagram on the right.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Power in, terminal nos 1(+) and 2. 12-24 V.
Input for extra LED (red), terminal nos 3 and
4. 10-35 V DC.
Tamper switch, terminal nos 5 and 6. Closed
when the housing is closed.
Code disabling from external time clock.
Input 1: Close terminal nos 8 and 7.
Input 2: Close terminal nos 9 and 7.
Output for alert or duress. Use E7 relay.
Connect between terminal nos 10 and 1(+).
Contact for zero (0) opening. Close terminal
nos 11 and 7.
Output for Door bell (buzzer). Use E7 relay.
Connect between terminal nos 12 and 1(+).
Input for door contacts. The contact is closed
when the door is closed. Terminal nos 13
and 15 (19 and 21 respectively).
Exit button. The door opens on closing
terminal nos 14 and 15 (20 and 21
respectively).
Electric locking device. Dashed line refers to
locks with failsafe function.
SW1 push button. Used when choosing
password and erasing memory.
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15
11
SW1
24
23
22
10
9
8
LOCK 1
21
20
EXIT 1
19
CONTACT 1
0V
18
10
9
8
12-24V
LED
TAMPER
1
2
3
4
5
6
Ÿ1
Ÿ2
7
8
9
EXIT 2
”0”
10
11
CONTACT 2
12
0V
17
16
15
LOCK 2
14
13
0V
1
2
3
4
Ÿ
Ÿ
5
6
7
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Programming
Before you start programming K44 Duo, make
a note of the codes to be used, to what timing
group they should belong and which relay
output they should control. At the back of this
manual you will find a chart designed for this
purpose. Look at the chart as you program
K44 according to the instructions below.
Buzzer and LEDs
During programming you will be guided by
the buzzer and the LEDs.
In programming mode before a function is
chosen: Green and yellow LED flashes.
During programming: Yellow LED goes out.
Green LED is lit.
Correct instruction: Confirmed by a rising
signal consisting of two quick beeps.
Faulty instruction: Confirmed by a falling
signal consisting of two quick beeps.
Note! During programming mode, if a
button is not pressed within 20 seconds, the
code lock goes back to normal operation.
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Choose password
The first thing to do before you can start
programming is to choose a password.
1
Press and hold the SW1 button on the code
lock’s circuit board. Both LEDs are lit.
2
Enter a 6-digit password.
3
Make a note of the new password in the
chart at the back of the manual.
Change password
1
Press B and enter the current password.
2
Enter A27.
3
Enter the new password. A warning tone is
heard.
4
Enter the new password once again.
5
Press B to leave programming mode.
6
Make a note of the new password in the
chart at the back of the manual.
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Program codes
1
Press B and enter the password.
2
Enter A21.
3
Enter the desired code location using two
digits (01-30).
4
Enter the code for the current code
location (four digits for code location 0120 or six digits for code location 21-30).
Note! The four first digits in a 6-digit code
must not be the same as the digits in a 4digit code and the other way around.
5
Choose whether or not the code should be
disabled from a time clock.
0 = no time control
1 = code disabled from time clock 1
2 = code disabled from time clock 2
6
Choose which relay output to control.
0 = both relay outputs
1 = relay output 1
2 = relay output 2
7
Program the next code by continuing from
step 3 or press B to exit.
8
Press B (leaves programming mode).
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Erase codes
1
Press B and enter the password.
2
Enter A22.
3
Enter the current code. If it is a 4-digit
code, enter A after the last digit.
4
If it is a 4-digit code, enter 0000. If it is a
6-digit code, enter 000000.
5
Enter 0000 (000000) again.
6
Enter 0.
7
Enter 0 once again.
8
Erase the next code by continuing from
step 3 or press B to exit.
9
Press B to leave programming mode.
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Change codes
1
Press B and enter the password.
2
Enter A22.
3
Enter the current code. If it is a 4-digit
code, enter A after the last digit.
4
Enter the new code using four or six digits.
5
Enter the new code once again.
6
Choose whether or not the code should be
disabled from a time clock.
0 = no time control
1 = code disabled from time clock 1
2 = code disabled from time clock 2
7
Choose which relay output to control.
0 = both relay outputs
1 = relay output 1
2 = relay output 2
8
Change the next code by continuing from
step 3 or press B to leave code
programming.
9
Press B to leave programming mode.
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Set opening time
The opening time determines for how long the
lock should remain open following a correct
entrance code. When K44 Duo is delivered the
opening time is 7 seconds for both relays.
1
Press B and enter the password.
2
Enter A28.
3
Enter the desired opening time (01-99)
using two digits, e.g. 09 for 9 seconds.
4
Choose which relay output the new
opening time applies to:
0 = both
1 = relay output 1
2 = relay output 2
5
Press B to leave programming mode.
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Background lighting on/off
This is how to turn off the keypad’s
background lighting, if needed.
1
Press B and enter the password.
2
Enter A60.
3
Enter 0.
4
Press B to leave programming mode.
To reactivate background lighting, press 1 in
step 3 instead.
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Buzzer on/off
This is how to deactivate the buzzer if sound
on keypresses and door opening is not desired.
Note that the buzzer will keep sounding during
programming.
1
Press B and enter the password.
2
Enter A65.
3
Enter 0.
4
Press B to leave programming mode.
To reactivate the buzzer, press 1 in step 3
instead.
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Toggle function on/off
To be able to unlock a door permanently, the
toggle function has to be activated.
Proceed as follows:
1
Press B and enter the password.
2
Enter A81.
3
Enter 1.
4
Choose what relay outputs the toggle
function should apply to.
0 = both
1 = relay output 1
2 = relay output 2
5
Press B to leave programming mode.
To deactivate the toggle function, follow the
above steps, only enter 0 in step 3 instead.
In the Unlock the door permanently section
you will find instructions on how to unlock the
door permanently.
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Duress on/off
With the Duress function activated, a user can
enter a special code if he or she is forced to
open the door under threat. It is important to
have a plan for what action to take when a
duress code is entered.
This is how to activate Duress:
1
Press B and enter the password.
2
Enter A69.
3
Enter 1. (By doing this, the Alert function
is deactivated).
4
Press B.
To deactivate the function, enter 0 in step 3
instead. (By doing this, the Alert function is
reactivated).
The Enter duress code section describes how a
user should enter the duress code.
Note! If Duress is activated, make sure you
have not programmed codes with
consecutive digits. Code 1234 must not exist
with codes 1235 and 1233. Code 5679 must
not exist with codes 5670 and 5678.
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Door control on/off
If door contacts are used and this function is
activated, a warning signal sounds during the
time set as door held warning time, i.e. when
the opening time has expired and the door is
still open.
If the door held warning time expires and the
door is still open, the alert output is activated
(if the Alert function is activated). This also
happens if the door is forced open.
This is how to activate Door control:
1
Press B and enter the password.
2
Enter A67.
3
Enter 1.
4
Press B to leave programming mode.
To deactivate Door control, press 0 in step 3
instead.
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Set door held warning time
If the door is still open when the opening time
has expired, a buzzer sounds as to remind the
visitor to close the door immediately – or the
alarm output will be activated. The buzzer
sounds until the door is closed.
Note that door contacts must be connected and
that Door control must be activated for this to
work.
This is how to change the door held warning
time, if needed:
1
Press B and enter the password.
2
Enter A29.
3
Enter the desired door held warning time
(01-99) with two digits, e.g. 09 for 9
seconds.
4
Choose to which relay outputs the new
door held warning time should apply:
0 = both
1 = relay output 1
2 = relay output 2
5
Press B to leave programming mode.
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Alert on/off
When K44 Duo is delivered, the alarm output
is set to be activated if the door is open too
long or if the door is forced open.
Note that door contacts must be connected and
that Door control must be activated for this to
work.
This is how to deactivate the function:
1
Press B and enter the password.
2
Enter A69.
3
Enter 1. (By doing this, the Duress
function is activated).
4
Press B to leave programming mode.
To reactivate the function, enter 0 in step 3
instead. (By doing this, the Duress function is
deactivated).
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Delay on/off
When this function is activated, the following
happens: If a code is programmed to open two
doors, lock relay 2 is not activated until door 1
has been opened and closed.
If door 2 is opened with the exit button, door 2
has to be opened and closed before door 1 can
be opened.
Note that door contacts must be connected and
that Door control must be activated for this to
work.
This is how to activate Delay:
1
Press B and enter the password.
2
Enter A80.
3
Enter 1.
4
Press B to leave programming mode.
To deactivate Delay, press 0 in step 3 instead.
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Erase the memory
This is how to erase all programmed
information (including the password):
1
Press B and enter the password.
2
Press SW1 on K44 Duo’s circuit board.
3
Enter 112186.
4
Enter 112186 once again. The memory is
now erased and K44 Duo goes back to the
factory settings.
5
Press B.
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Using K44 Duo
Entrance
To open the lock, a 4-digit (or 6-digit) code
should be entered on the code lock’s keypad.
K44 Duo is blocked if a visitor performs 12
keypresses without finding the correct code.
To release the blockage, enter a correct code
twice in succession.
Unlock the door permanently
To unlock the door permanently, proceed as
follows:
1
Press B.
2
Enter the entrance code.
3
Enter 1.
The door is now unlocked (green LED is lit).
To lock the door, follow the above steps, only
enter 0 in step 3 instead.
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Enter duress code
This is how to activate the alarm output when
forced to open the door under threat:
1
Enter the usual entrance code, only add 1
to the last digit in the code.
Example 1: If the entrance code is 1234,
enter 1235 instead.
Example 2: If the code is 1239, enter 1230
instead.
When a duress code is entered, the door will
open at the same time as the duress output is
activated. It will remain activated until reset by
somebody entering programming mode.
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Technical data
Power supply:
8-24 V AC
10-35 V DC
Power consumption:
75 mA.
Maximum load over
the relay contacts:
2 A 28 V DC
Dimensions:
Suitable
height:
140x80x40 mm
(HxWxD)
1200-1400 mm from
ground to bottom edge
If needed, complete the installation with
flushmounting kit BB3.
Step 1
Enter
A21
Enter
A22
Function
New entrance code
Change entrance
code
Enter old
code.
4-digit
code: Enter
code + A
Enter code
location
(2 digits).
Code
locations
21-30 =
6-digit
codes.
Step 2
Enter relay
output
0 = both
1 = relay 1
2 = relay 2
Enter timing
group
0 = none
1 = group 1
2 = group 2
Next code:
Proceed from
step 2. Exit:
Press B (back to
programming
mode).
0 = both
1 = relay 1
2 = relay 2
0 = none
1 = group 1
2 = group 2
Enter new
code
(twice)
Step 6
Next code:
Proceed from
step 2. Exit:
Press B (back to
programming
mode).
Step 5
Enter relay
output
Step 4
Enter timing
group
Step 3
Enter code
(4 or 6
digits)
Always start by pressing B and entering the password. Exit: Press B.
Programming overview
Step 1
Enter
A22
Enter
A27
Enter
A28
Enter
A29
Enter
A60
Enter
A65
Function
Erase entrance code
Change password
Change opening
time
Change door held
warning time
Background
lighting on/off
Buzzer on/off
Step 2
0 = off
1 = on
0 = off
1 = on
Enter
seconds
(01-99)
Enter
seconds
(01-99)
Enter new
code
(6 digits)
See above
Enter relay
output (0, 1
or 2)
Enter relay
output (0, 1
or 2)
Enter new
code again
Enter
0000 (00)
(twice)
Step 3
Step 4
Enter 0
Step 5
Enter 0
Step 6
See above
Step 1
Enter
A67
Enter
A69
Enter
A80
Enter
A81
Press
SW1
Function
Door control on/off
Alert/Duress
Delay on/off
Toggle function
on/off
Erase memory
Enter
112186
0 = off
1 = on
0 = off
1 = on
0 = alert on,
duress off
1 = duress
on, alert off
0 = off
1 = on
Step 2
Enter
112186
Enter relay
output (0,1
or 2)
Step 3
Step 4
Always start by pressing B and entering the password. Exit: Press B.
Programming overview
Step 5
Step 6
4
6
Password:
Loc
Code
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Timing group
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
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None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
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None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
None ❏ 1 ❏ 2 ❏
Relay
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏
1❏ 2❏