Velleman HAA2866 Installation manual

DIGITAL ACCESS
CONTROL KEYPAD
3 OUTPUT RELAY
HAA2866
HAA2866
Programming & Installation Manual
FOR ELECTRIC LOCK, INTER-LOCK
AND SECURITY SYSTEM INSTALLATIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
CONNECTION TERMINALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
The On-Board LED Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
The Pacifier Tones & The LED Signals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
The Jumper for Back-Lit Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
FEATURE PROGRAMMING & OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 0
Set System in Programming Mode with The Master Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 0
Direct Access to Programming Mode with The “DAP” Code – 8 0 8 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 0
Refresh The System with The “Refreshing Code” --- 9 9 9 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1
The Default Values of The Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1
KEYPAD PROGRAMMING MAKE SIMPLE – For General Users . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2
FEATURE PROGRAMMING -- KEY IN AND STORE THE DESIRED VALUES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 4
Programming Criteria for Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 4
Record A Master Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 5
Record A Super User PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 6
Operation And Functions of The Super User PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 6
Record The Common User PINs for Output 1, 2 & 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 6
Record-Delete PINs or Cards for Output 1, 2, & 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 7
Examples – Programming And Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 8
Visitor Codes (For Output 1 Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 0
Duress Codes (For Outputs 1, 2 & 3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1
The Operation And Function of The Duress Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2
Configuration of The Output Modes for Output 1, 2 And 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3
Personal Safety And System Lock-Out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3
User PIN Entry Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 4
Pacifier Tones On-Off Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 4
Output Operation Announcer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 4
Status LED Flashing On-Off during Standby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 5
Door Forced Open Warning & Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 5
Door Propped-Up Warning & The Delay Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 5
Intelligent Egress Button – An Unique Feature of A Contemporary Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 6
Where And Why “Going Out” Needs Attention. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 6
Egress Delay , Warning And Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 7
Configurations of The Egress Warning And Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 7
Door Opening Alarm & Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 8
Close The Programming Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 8
THE WIRE HARNESS FOR “WIEGAND DATA OUTPUT” & “APO DATA I/O” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 9
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Split-decoded Keypad System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 9
The Wire Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 9
The Operation Modes and The Wiegand Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 0
Wiegand Output at Keypad Operation Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 0
TIMING & ELECTRICAL MANNER OF THE WIEGAND DATA OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 1
Diagram of The Wiegand Protocol Timing and Its Electrical Manner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 1
THE 26 BIT WIEGAND DATA OUTPUT READING FROM THE EM CARDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2
Example 1: Wiegand Output of Reading An EM Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2
THE 34 BIT WIEGAND DATA OUTPUT READING FROM THE USER PINS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 3
Example 2 : Wiegand Output from PIN / Code Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 3
THE APO DATA I/O PORT -- FOR SETTING UP A SPLIT-DECODED KEYPAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 4
The Optional DA-2800 Controller --- Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 4
PROGRAMMING SUMMARY CHART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 5
APPLICATION EXAMPLES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 7
Basic Wirings of A Stand Alone Door Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 7
Basic Wirings of A Stand Alone Door Lock with Inhibit Authorization Code. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 8
Basic Wirings of An Inter-Lock System Using Two Keypads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 9
APPLICATION HINTS FOR THE AUXILIARY TERMINALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 0
APPENDIX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 3
VOOR VERPAKKINGEN
At the end of its life cycle, dispose of this product in accordance with local and national disposal
regulations. Read the manual thoroughly before bringing this device into service
Ontdoe u, op het einde van zijn levensduur, van dit product volgens de plaatselijke en nationale
regelgeving inzake verwijdering. Lees deze handleiding grondig voor u het toestel in gebruik neemt.
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locale et nationale. Lisez le présent manuel attentivement avant la mise en service de l'appareil.
Tire las muestras inservibles en los correspondientes depósitos de eliminación de residuos según las
leyes locales y nacionales. Lea atentamente las instrucciones del manual antes de utilizar el aparato.
Entsorgen Sie dieses Produkt gemäß der örtlichen und nationalen Gesetzgebung bezüglich Entsorgung.
Lesen Sie diese Bedienungsanleitung vor Inbetriebnahme sorgfältig durch.
IN DE HANDLEIDINGEN
To all residents of the European Union
Important environmental information about this product
This symbol on the device or the package indicates that disposal of the device after its lifecycle could harm the environment.
Do not dispose of the unit (or batteries) as unsorted municipal waste; it should be taken to a specialised company for recycling.
This device should be returned to your distributor or to a local recycling service.
Respect the local environmental rules.
If in doubt, contact your local waste disposal authorities.
Aan alle ingezetenen van de Europese Unie
Belangrijke milieu-informatie betreffende dit product
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Dit symbool op het toestel of de verpakking geeft aan dat, als het na zijn levenscyclus wordt weggeworpen, dit toestel schade kan
Erratum p. 23
Section Configuration of the output modes on
page 23 contains an error and should be as
follows:
Set timing mode for output relay
Example of key combination to set the timing
mide for an output relay.
• The following key combination sets 20
seconds for location 51.
•
The following key combination sets 10
minutes (600 seconds) seconds for location
52.
INTRODUCTION
The HAA2866 is a self-contained three relay outputs, touch sensing weatherproof keypad. It combines
the functions of digital keypad and proximity EM card reader in one unit.
The HAA2866 employs a tact switch keyboard.
The HAA2866 can work independently as a stand alone keypad or works together with an optional
“APO controller” to form a high security split-decoded keypad system. It is also a card reader
providing of 26 bits Wiegand data output from reading of an EM Card and 34 bits data output from
the entry of an PIN/code. The Wiegand data can be used by consultants and end users when setting
product design or system installation criteria.
The keypad comes with plenty of functions for owner’s selection via programming. Owners can take
them freely to tailor the desired features for their system.
HAA2866 is an ideal keypad mainly for Door Strike and Alarm Arm-disarm control. It is also a
programmable industrial timer (with the timing of 1 second to over 24 hours) for Automatic Operator
systems.
The unit is designed for surface mounting on wall and its relay outputs are for Output 1, Output 2 and
Door bell.
FEATURES
A member of the Tri-Tech series keypads compatible with the optional APO Access Controller
Indoor or outdoor installation
Stand Alone or Inter-lock system built-in with all the required control logics
Controls “Going in” with PIN and/or Card; and “Going out” with programmable egress button
Tact Switch Keyboard (HAA2866)
Built-in Tamper Switch
Weatherproof (IP-55)
Data I/O port for Up-grading the system to Split-decoded operation with the optional “APO
Controller”
26 bit standard Wiegand data output from reading of EM cards
34 bit Wiegand data output on PIN / code entry
Outputs controlled by independent groups of codes / PINs / Cards
Programmable Timers for Door Strike, Alarm Arm-disarm Control or Industrial Automatic Operators
THE OPTIONAL CONTROLLERS FOR SPLIT-DECODED OPERATION
DA-2800 -- Full Feature Decoder + RF Remote Control
DA-2801 -- Full Feature Decoder
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SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage:
12V DC Nominal; 11-15V DC
Operating Current:
75mA (quiescent) to 140mA (three relays active)
Operation Temperature:
-20 C to +70 C
Environmental Humidity:
5-95% relative humidity non-condensing
Working Environment & Ingress Protection:
All weather, IP-55
Number of Users:
Output 1 – 1,000 (PINs and/or Cards) + 50 Duress Codes
Output 2 – 100 (PINs and/or Cards) + 10 Duress Codes
Output 3 – 100 (PINs and/or Cards) + 10 Duress Codes
Proximity Card:
Standard EM Card or Keyfob, 125Khz
Number of Visitor Codes:
50, programmable for one time or with the time limit
Timings for Code Entry and Card Reading:
10 seconds waiting for next digit entry
30 seconds waiting for code entry after card reading
The Timers:
Three 1-99,999 Seconds (Over 24 Hours possible) Independent Programmable Timers for O/P 1, 2
&3
Egress Button:
Programmable for Instant, Delay with Warning and/or Alarm
Momentary or Holding Contact for the Exit Delay
Input Sensing Terminals:
a) Door position, b) Egress, c) O/P 1 inhibit
Output Control Terminals:
Transistor Open Collector 24VDC/100mA sink Max for the following outputs
a) Duress, b) Alarm, c) Key Active, d) Output 3, e) Inter-lock
Output Contact Ratings:
Output Relay 1 – N.C. & N.O. dry contacts, 5A/24VDC Max.
Output Relay 2 – N.C. & N.O. dry contacts, 1A/24VDC Max.
Door Bell Relay – N.O. dry contact, 1A/24VDC Max.
Tamper Switch – N.C. dry contact, 50mA/24VDC Max.
Dimensions:
129(H) X 83.5(W) X 41(D)mm
Weight:
220g net
Housing:
ABS Plastic box
Specifications are subject to change for modification without notice
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INSTALLATION
HAA2866
RED
AMBER
GREEN
Plastic Back Box
Faceplate Frame
Faceplate
FIXING SCREWS
PRECAUTIONS
1) Prevent Interference:
The EM Card reader is working at the frequency of 125Khz. Installation precautions are necessary.
i) Make sure the location for installation has no strong low frequency electro-magnetic wave signals.
Especially in the range of 100-200Khz
ii) If there is more than one keypads with the same operation frequency installed closely in the same
location, make sure that they are at least 60cm (2ft) apart from each other to prevention interference.
2) Prevent Accidental Short Circuit:
In the previous experience, most of the damages caused in the installation are accidental touching
of the components on circuit board with the wires carrying power. Please be patient to study the
manual to become familiar with the specifications of the system before starting the installations.
i) Do not apply power to the system while it is in installation.
ii) Check carefully all the wirings are correct before applying power to the system for testing.
PACKAGE CONTENTS
• One HAA2866 Keypad
• Two EM cards
• One pack of Mounting Screws
• One Hex Screw Wrench
• One Wire Harness ( Six wires)
• One Programming & Installation Manual
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CONNECTION TERMINALS
K OR A JUMPER
KEY ALARM
K OR A
FULL AUTO
BACK-LIT
WIEGAND
& DATA I/O
HARNESS
B A C K- L I T
JUMPER
WIEGAND
& DATA
CONNECTION
TERMINALS
1 - 2 : 12V DC (Power Input Terminal)
Connect to 12V DC power supply. The (-) supply and the (-) GND are the common grounding points
of the system. The system accepts full input voltage range with no jumper selection.
3 - 4 - 5 : OUTPUT 1 (Output Relay 1)
5 Amp relay dry contact controlled by the Group 1 User PINs or Cards for Output 1, recommended for
door strike. Terminal 3 is Normally Closed (N.C.), terminal 5 is Normally Open (N.O.) and terminal 4 is
the common point of the two contacts. Use N.C. output for Fail-safe locking device; and N.O. output
for Fail-secure locking device. The relay is programmable for Start/Stop (toggle) mode or Momentary
timing mode. See programming Location 51 for the details.
6 - 7 : DOOR BELL (Output Relay Contact for Door Bell)
It is a Normally Open (N.O.) relay dry contact with maximum rating of 24VDC/1Amp. It is prepared as
a triggering contact of a low voltage door chime. The contact point keeps close as long as the bell
button on the keypad is pressed.
8 : EG IN ( Egress Input)
A Normally Open (N.O.) input terminal referring to (-) ground. With the help of connecting a normally
opened button to activate Output 1 for door opening in the same manner of using the Group 1 User
PINs or Cards.
Egress button is usually put inside the house near the door. More than one egress buttons can be
connected in parallel to this terminal. Leave this terminal open if not used.
See Programming Locations 90 and 91 for more information about the Egress Button with other
features.
9 - 10 - 11 : OUTPUT 2 (Output Relay 2)
1 Amp relay dry contact controlled by the Group 2 User PINs or Cards for Output 2, it is an auxiliary
output ideally for controlling security system or automatic operator. Terminal 9 is Normally Closed
(N.C.), terminal 11 is Normally Open (N.O.) and terminal 10 is the common point of the two
contacts. The relay is programmable for Start/Stop (toggle) mode or Momentary timing mode. See
programming Location 52 for the details.
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12 : OUTPUT 3 (NPN Transistor Open Collector Output)
An NPN transistor open collector output that is controlled by the Group 3 User PINs or Cards for
Output 3. It has the maximum power rating of 24VDC/100mA sink. It is equivalent to an N.O. (Normally
Open) terminal referring to ground. It can be used to drive small power device, such as a relay or a
low power control point of other equipment. This output point is programmable for Start/Stop (toggle)
mode or Momentary timing mode. See programming Location 53 for the details.
13 - 14 : TAMPER N.C. (Tamper Switch Normally Closed Contact)
A normally closed dry contact while the keypad is secured on its box. It is open while keypad is
separated from the box. Connect this N.C. terminal to the 24 hour protection zone of an alarm system
if necessary.
15 : DOOR SENS N.C. (Door Position Sensing Input -- Normally Close)
A Normally Closed (N.C.) sensing point referring to (-) ground, with the help of a normally closed
magnetic contact monitors the open or close status of the door. It initiates the following functions for
the system. Connect it with jumper to (-) Ground if not used.
a) Door Auto Re-lock
The system immediately re-locks the door after it is re-closed before the end of the programmed
time for output 1. It prevents unwanted “tailgate” entry.
b) Door Forced Open Warning
The keypad generates “door forced open” warning and alarm instantly once the door is forced
to open without a valid user PIN, Card or egress button. The warning lasts as long as the time
programmed (1-999 sec). It can be stopped with an User PIN or card for output 1 at anytime. See
programming Location 80 for the details.
c) Door Propped-up Warning
The keypad generates propped-up warning beeps (does not activates alarm output) while the door
is left open longer than the allowable time programmed. The warning will last as long as the door is
open until re-closed. See programming Location 81 for the details.
d) Inter-lock Control
The inter-lock control output always goes to (-) while the door is open, which gives signal to
disable the other keypad in the inter-lock system. See the Inter-lock terminal description for more
information.
e) Door Opening Alarm
Door Opening Alarm is designed for the emergency door only. It is always given when the door
is opened unless a valid user code or card is used prior to the door is opened. See programming
Location 91 for the details.
16 : (-) GND (Common Ground)
A grounding point of the keypad that is common to terminal 2.
17 : DU OUT (Duress Output)
An NPN transistor open collector output with the maximum power rating of 24VDC/100mA sink. It
is equivalent to an N.O. (Normally Open) terminal switching to (-) ground after the Duress Code is
entered. Use it to trigger an alarm zone of a security system, or turn on a buzzer to notify a guard.
18 : O/P 1 INHIBIT N.O. (Output 1 Inhibit Control Input – Normally Open)
A Normally Open (N.O.) sensing input point for controlling the Output 1, with this terminal connecting
to (-) ground, the Egress Button, the group of User PINs and Cards for Output 1 are all disabled.
It is prepared mainly for the cross wire connection with the “Inter-lock O/P” point on the other keypad
in an Inter-lock system.
NOTE: The inhibit function does not govern the Duress Codes and the Super User Codes. They are
always valid.
19 : INTER-LOCK O/P (Inter-lock Control Output)
An NPN transistor open collector output with the maximum power rating of 24VDC/100mA sink. It is
OFF at normal condition and it switches to (-) ground immediately for the first 5 seconds after keying
in a valid User PIN or reading a card to operate Output 1, then, it will keep tying to (-) ground during
the Door Position Sensor is open circuit due to door opening. Use this output point to make cross
wire connection with the other keypad’s “O/P 1 Inhibit” point in an Inter-lock system to prevent both
doors can be opened at the same time.
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An Inter-lock System:
An inter-lock system is a two-door system that always allows only one of the doors to open during
the operation. While one of the doors is opened, the other door keeps close until the open door is reclosed. It prevents the unauthorized people dashing into a protected area while the doors are in use.
An inter-lock system needs two keypads and two door position sensing switches for the two doors.
20 : “K” OR “A” O/P (Keypad Active Output or Alarm Output)
An NPN transistor open collector output with the maximum power rating of 24VDC/100mA sink. It
is equivalent to an N.O. (Normally Open) terminal referring to ground. It can be used to drive small
power device, such as a relay or a low power control point for other equipment. This output point is
selectable to give Keypad Active Output or Alarm Output via the Selection of the “K or A” jumper.
a) Keypad Active Output (“K”) --- It switches to (-) ground for 10 seconds on each key touch. It
can be used to turn on light, CCTV camera, or buzzer to notify a guard. See Application Hints for
more information.
b) Alarm Output (“A”) --- It switches to (-) ground while Alarm occurs in order to trigger external
alarm to give notification at remote location.
THE ON-BOARD LED INDICATORS
RED / GREEN (Right) --- It lights up in Green for Output 1 activation; and Red for Output 2
activation.
AMBER (Centre) --------- It flashes on Standby. It shows the system status in synchronization
with the beep tones. The standby flashing can be set to OFF in
programming. See Location 73 for the details.
It lights up while one of the outputs is inhibited. It is also the Wiegand
RED (Left) ---------------LED in reader mode
THE PACIFIER TONES & THE LED SIGNALS
The buzzer and the amber LED indicator give following tones and signals respectively for system
status:
STATUS
1) On Programming Mode
2) Successful Key Entry
3) Successful Code / Card Entry
4) Unsuccessful Code / Card Entry
5) Power Up Delay
6) Output Relay Activation **
7) On Standby ***
8) System Refreshing
9) Card or PIN Already Stored in
System
TONES *
----1 Beep
2 Beeps
5 Beeps
Continuous Beeps
1 Second Long Beep
--------1 Long Beep
LED SIGNALS
ON
1 Flash
2 Flashes
5 Flashes
Continuous Flashes
1 Flash in 1 Second Interval
Fast Flashes for 2.5 Minutes
-----
NOTE:
* All Pacifier Tones can be ON or OFF through the programming option at Location 71
* * The Output Relay Activation beep can be selected through the programming option at Location 72
* * *The Standby flashing can be ON or OFF through the programming option at Location 73
THE JUMPER FOR BACK-LIT SELECTION
1) Full Back-lit --- The keypad gives dim backlit on standby. It turns to full backlit when a key
button is pressed, then back to dim backlit 10 seconds after the last key button is
pressed.
2) Auto Back-lit --- The backlit is OFF on standby. It turns to full backlit when a key button is pressed,
then back to OFF 10 seconds after the last key button is pressed.
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FEATURE PROGRAMMING & OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
SET SYSTEM INTO PROGRAMMING MODE WITH THE MASTER CODE
IMPORTANT NOTE:
1) DO NOT TURN OFF POWER while the keypad is in Programming Mode. Otherwise, it may cause
data lost/error to the programmed features in the memory.
2) The keypad beeps after power up. Wait 1 minute until the end of the power up delay, then key in
the Master Code for setting the system into programming mode.
3) For the owner’s convenience in programming at the first time, the factory has put a Master Code 0
0 0 0 into the keypad (It is NOT a default code). To compromise security, in all cases, the owner
should program a new Personal Master Code to invalidate the factory set Master Code after the
keypad is owned.
VALIDATION
MASTER CODE
0000
**
MASTER CODE
The Master Code can be a factory set master code or the private
master code that was set by the owner.
**
Validate the master code with
.
2-beep confirms a valid master code. The Mains LED (Amber) is constantly ON after the system is
set in the programming mode.
DIRECT ACCESS TO PROGRAMMING MODE WITH THE “DAP” CODE – 8 0 8 0
Set System Into Programming Mode With DAP Code In Case Of The Master Code Is Forgotten ! !
The owner requires to apply the following procedures precisely to set the system into
programming mode with the DAP code 8 0 8 0.
1) Switch OFF all the power for 1 minute to ensure that the system is fully discharged.
2) Switch ON power again. The system is in Power-up Mode for 1 minute and the buzzer gives
beeps during the whole period. This is the only time limit for setting the system to Direct Access to
Programming (DAP).
3) Press the Egress Button (EG IN) once first to enable the DAP function.
4) Key in the DAP Code 8 0 8 0 and validate it with
* * , the existing Master Code in the memory
is erased and the power up beep stops. The keypad turns itself into programming mode like using
the Master Code and it is ready to accept the new programming data.
5) If the Egress Button is not pressed and the DAP code is not keyed in within the power up period,
the system will set itself to normal operation mode. To set it back to power-up mode, repeat
procedures 1-4. EGRESS BUTTON
DAP CODE
8080
DAP CODE
VALIDATION
**
PRESS ONCE
The DAP code is fixed on 8 0 8 0 and it is valid only in the Power-up Period after the Egress Button
is pressed.
Validate the DAP code with the
**.
2-beep confirms the system is in the Programming Mode; and the Mains LED is constantly ON.
See “RECORD A MASTER CODE” at “Location 01” for the details of programming a new master
code.
NOTE:
If the keypad is linking up with the DA-2800 controller in the Split-decoded operation, it is necessary
to put the controller’s “Link-up Jumper” to “ON” position to get the new Master Code for it. As the
Master Code is also the link-up code of the two units. Do Not Forget to put the Link-up jumper back
to OFF position after the programming. Otherwise, the controller will accept other keypads to link up
with it.
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REFRESH THE SYSTEM WITH THE “REFRESHING CODE” --- 9 9 9 9
The system can be refreshed to clear all the old data stored and back to its ex-factory default values.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Make sure that you really want to clear ALL the OLD data before entering of the Refreshing Code.
The keypad will be back with its default values like a new unit. Re-program of the desired values are
necessary.
REFRESHING CODE
9999
VALIDATION
#
REFRESHING CODE
The Code 9 9 9 9 is for refreshing of the system. Once it is keyed in and validated with #, all the
values programmed previously will be cleared EXCEPT the Master Code.
The refreshing takes around 2.5 minutes. During the keypad is being refreshed the Status LED
(Amber) flashes fast until the end.
THE DEFAULT VALUES OF THE KEYPAD
PROGRAMMING
LOCATION
01
02
03
04
05
10
20
30
40
41
42
43
51
52
53
60
70
71
72
73
80
81
90
91
94
PARAMETERS
Master Code
Super User PINs
Common User PIN 1
Common User PIN 2
Common User PIN 3
User PINs & Cards for O/P 1
User PINs & Cards for O/P 2
User PINs & Cards for O/P 3
Visitor Codes
Duress Code for O/P 1
Duress Code for O/P 2
Duress Code for O/P 3
O/P Mode of The O/P 1
O/P Mode of The O/P 2
O/P Mode of The O/P 3
Personal Safety & Lock-out
User Code Entry Mode
Pacifier Tones ON-OFF Selection
O/P Operation Announcer
Status LED Standby Flashing ONOFF
Door Forced Open Warning &
Timing
Door Propped-up Warning & Delay
Egress Delay & Warning
DEFAULT FUNCTIONS & VALUES
0 0 0 0 Factory Set, Not a default value *
Nil ----- User Program Required
Nil ----- User Program Required
Nil ----- User Program Required
Nil ----- User Program Required
Nil ----- User Program Required
Nil ----- User Program Required
Nil ----- User Program Required
Nil ----- User Program Required
Nil ----- User Program Required
Nil ----- User Program Required
Nil ----- User Program Required
Time = 5 Sec, Momentary
Time = 5 Sec, Momentary
Time = 5 Sec, Momentary
Code = 1, 10 False Code/Card Lock-out 60 Sec
Code = 2, Manual Entry Mode
Code = 1, Pacifier Tone ON
Code = 1 Sec, Notification Beep ON
Code = 1, Flashing Enabled
Code = 0, Warning Disabled
Code = 0, Warning Disabled
Code 1 = 0, Instant, No Delay
Code 2 = 1, Momentary Contact without
Warning
Door Opening Alarm & Timer
Code = 0, Alarm O/P Disabled
O p e r a t i o n M o d e s & W i e g a n d Code = 0, Wiegand O/P for Valid Code/Card
Output
Only
NOTE:
The DAP Code 8 0 8 0 and the Refreshing Code 9 9 9 9 are fixed in the operating system program. It
can not be changed in any ways or be influenced by the system in default setting.
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KEYPAD PROGRAMMING MAKE SIMPLE – For General Users
The HAA2866 is a multi purpose keypad. It has many functions for user’s selection. For those general
users taking the keypad for door strike only, most of the features can be kept in their Default values.
Only the User PINs / Cards and a private Master Code are necessary to program for the system.
The keypad accepts 1) Card only, 2) PIN only, 3) Card + PIN or 4) Card + Common User Code to
operate its outputs.
PROGRAMMING
NOTE: Wait 1 minute until the end of the power up delay.
1) Set System into Programming Mode with The Factory Set Master Code 0 0 0 0
---- 2 beeps, system is in Programming Mode
0000 **
Note: If the Master Code is forgotten, use the DAP Code to set the system into programming mode.
See DAP CODE 8080 on the previous page for the details.
2) Change The Factory Set Master Code to Owner’s Private Master Code for Security Reason
---- 2 beeps, 3 2 8 9 is a Master Code for example here only
01 3289 #
3289 is the new Master Code and the 0000 is erased
3) Record an “EM Card” to Operate The Output 1 for Door Open
10 1 001
#
READ CARD
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(a) 10 = Programming Location for Output 1
(b) 1 = Programming option for EM Card only
(c) 001 = One of the 1,000 User IDs for the User PIN/Card from 000-999
(d) Read Card = Put the Card close to the card reader
(e) # = Confirm the card is read, 2 beeps
4) Set an “User PIN” to Operate The Output 1 for Door Open
10 2 002 8321 #
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(a) 10 = Programming Location for Output 1
(b) 2 = Programming option for User PIN only
(c) 002 = One of the 1,000 User IDs for the User PIN/Card from 000-999
(d) 8321 = The User PIN that is programmed for door open. 8321 is an User PIN for example here
only
(e) # = Confirm the User PIN, 2 beeps
5) Record an “EM Card + User PIN” to Operate The Output 1 for Door Open
10 3 003
6123 #
READ CARD
(a) (b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f )
(a) 10 = Programming Location for Output 1
(b) 3 = Programming option for EM Card + User PIN. (The User PIN can be repeated use or
proprietary)
(c) 003 = One of the 1,000 User IDs for the User PIN/Card from 000-999
(d) Read Card = Put the Card close to the card reader
(e) 6123 = The User PIN to be used with the EM Card. 6123 is an User PIN for example here only
(f ) # = Confirm the Card+PIN is stored, 2 beeps
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6) Record an “EM Card + Commom User Code” to Operate The Output 1 for Door Open
10 4 004
(a)
(b)
(c)
READ CARD
(d)
#
(e)
(a) 10 = Programming Location for Output 1
(b) 4 = Programming option for EM Card + Common User Code
(c) 004 = One of the 1,000 User IDs for the User PIN/Card from 000-999
(d) Read Card = Put the Card close to the card reader
(e) # = Confirm the card is read, 2 beeps, the Common User Code goes to this User ID
(f ) automatically
A Common User Code (for example: 8 6 2 5) MUST be set at the Programming Location 03
first for this operation mode. The code can be used for all the EM Cards in this operation mode.
REMARK:
If more User PINs and Cards are required for Output 1, repeat the procedures (3) , (4) , (5) or (6)
above with other User IDs, such as 005, 006, 007 --- 999 etc. Total 1,000 users are allowed. See
Programming Location 10 for the details.
7) Close The Programming Mode
---- 2 beeps
**
The programming mode is closed. The keypad is back to normal operation mode
OPERATION
8) Open The Door with The EM CARD
READ CARD ---- 2 beeps, the door is open
9) Open The Door with The User PIN
8321 # ---- 2 beeps, the door is open
10) Open The Door with The EM CARD + User PIN
READ CARD
6123 # ---- 2 beeps, the door is open
11) Open The Door with The EM CARD + Common User Code
READ CARD
8625 #---- 2 beeps, the door is open
REMARK:
In the next Section, “KEY IN AND STORE THE DESIRED VALUES” describes all the features and
functions of the system in detail. Users can follow them to tailor the desired values for their access
control systems. Suggest the general users also spend some time on them to get acquaint with this
powerful system for future expansion.
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FEATURE PROGRAMMING -- KEY IN AND STORE THE DESIRED VALUES
The feature values can be set and stored into the system one by one with the desired Programming
Locations. Programming can be made continuously and it is not necessary to be in sequence order.
Just go to the desired programming location and key in the value for the desired feature.
IMPORTANT NOTE --- Programming Criteria for Codes:
a) The Prime Codes:
All the Private User PINs, Master Code, Duress Codes, Super User PIN, Common User Codes and
the Visitor User Codes belong to Prime Codes in the system. They have the priority to be read and
they MUST be unique and can not be repeated in the programming. A Prime code also can NOT be
duplicated for Secondary code to work with the EM Card or vice versa.
b) The Prime Cards:
All the EM Cards used in this system are Prime Cards. The cards used for the Outputs 1, 2 and 3
MUST be unique and can not be repeated use for different Outputs in the programming. The Card
always has the priority to be read when working with an User PIN in “EM Card + Secondary PIN” or
"EM Card + Common User PIN”.
c) Warning for A Repeated Use of Prime Code or Card:
One long beep is given if a Code/PIN is keyed in or a Card is read. It means that a Prime Code or a
Prime Card is repeated. The Code/PIN or Card was already in one of the PIN or Card Locations or
IDs. The programming is invalid. Change a new Code/PIN or Card and program it again.
d) Secondary User PINs:
The Secondary User PINs are prepared to enhance security. It is put after a Card in “EM Card +
Secondary User PIN” programming. They can be a repeated code within the Secondary PINs but it
is NOT allowed a duplicate of the Prime Codes. The system will reject a duplicated Prime Code for
Secondary User PIN or vice versa.
e) Getting Advantages from The Secondary User PINs:
The repeated Secondary PINs can be used as a Group Common User Code or called Department
User Code for a group of EM Cards, which simplifies the programming of using large number
of different User PINs. EM Card with Department Code prevents a lost card used by people of
other department. Also, it will be easier to trace out the department of the lost card belongs to. Of
cause, the owner can use a proprietary Secondary User PIN for each EM Card in the “EM Card +
Secondary User PIN” programming to further increase the security if it is the main concern.
f) Security Level Comparison of The Secondary User PIN/Code following Card Reading:
i) EM Card + Common User Code --- All EM Cards use the same User Code. Security level is
better than just Card only. A lost Card picked up by any people can be used if he knows the
Common User Code.
ii) EM Card + Department User Code --- The EM Cards are divided into groups with a Department
User Code. A lost Card can be used only by the people in the same group who know the
Department Code.
iii) EM Card + Secondary User PIN --- Each EM Card has its own proprietary User PIN. A lost Card
can not be used by other people.
NOTE:
Each EM Card is a Prime card and it has the priority to be read. The system provides the proprietary
Wiegand Data output from each card only. The Secondary PIN/Code following the card reading does
not affect the ID of the Card in the Wiegang Data.
g) Make A List Recording of The User Names VS User Codes:
Suggest the owner to make a list recording of the User Names corresponding to the Codes/PINs/
Cards that are going to store in the Locations and the IDs before the programming. It will be a useful
tool for the owner to easily program them smoothly and also to trace them from this multi-users
system in the future.
Example: (Please see the following page)
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Example:
User
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
--
Name
Location
Function Code
User ID
PIN/Code
Card #
Remark
1,000
RECORD A MASTER CODE
(Location 01)
LOCATION
MASTER CODE
VALIDATION
01
4 to 8 Digits
#
MASTER CODE
Master Code is the authorization code for setting the system to programming mode. It is NOT an
User Code operating of the output relays.
The Master Code can be 4 to 8 digits. Press # key to confirm code entry
When a new master code is keyed in and confirmed, the old master code is replaced automatically.
The master code is also the Link-up Code between the keypad and the optional controller of the
system in Split-decoded operation.
Example: Set a Master Code with the number of “2 2 3 3” ----
01 2233 #
RECORD A SUPER USER PIN
(Location 02)
The Super User PIN has TWO functions. It is prepared for the owner to simply use only one User PIN
to operate the three outputs of the keypad and make operation inhibit enable / disable to the system
outputs.
LOCATION
SUPER USER PIN
VALIDATION
02
4 to 8 Digits
#
SUPER USER PIN
The Super User PIN can be 4 to 8 digits.
Two beeps will be heard after pressing the # key to confirm code entry.
When a new Super User PIN is keyed in and confirmed, the old one is replaced.
Example: Set a Super User PIN with the number of “2 5 8 0” ---- 02 2580 #
To deleted a Super User PIN from memory: Key in just the Location number and #. ----
02 #
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OPERATION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE SUPER USER PIN
1) Operate Output 1, 2, and 3
The operation of the Super User PIN is just like a normal User PIN. Simply key-in the PIN with a
specific output number for the desired Output. The Super User PIN can also be used to reset an
operating output timer instantly.
# 1
---------- Output 1 Activates or Output 1 Resets
# 2
---------- Output 2 Activates or Output 2 Resets
# 3
---------- Output 3 Activates or Output 3 Resets
SUPER USER PIN
SUPER USER PIN
SUPER USER PIN
2) Inhibit The User PINs For Output 1
The Super User PIN can also be used to inhibit the normal User PINs/Cards for the Output 1 (usually
they are for door strike). It enhances the security level of the access control system, such as to
stop a keypad after office hour or while the house is nobody inside. Once the Output 1 is inhibited,
the User PINs/Cards for it become invalid and those people even know the User PINs are refused
during the system is inhibited. The inhibit function is toggled in Start / Stop mode with the following
code entry.
# 9
SUPER USER PIN
---------- The Whole Group of User PINs & Cards for
Output 1 are Disabled or Enabled in Toggle
NOTE:
The inhibit function setting with the Super User PIN applies to the whole group of User PINs
and Cards for Output 1 ONLY, but not for Output 2 or Output 3.
For safety reason, the inhibit function initiated with the Super User PIN does not govern the
Egress Button. The door still can be opened with it from inside.
The Super User PINs are always valid. They are not governed by any inhibit or lock-out function
in the system.
RECORD THE COMMON USER PINS FOR OUTPUT 1, 2 & 3
(Locations 03, 04, & 05)
The Common User PINs 1, 2 and 3 are prepared for operating of the Output 1, Output 2 and Output
3 respectively as an enhance code. The Common User PINs MUST work in the form of “Card +
Common PIN” to operate the outputs to increase the security of the access control system. See
Locations 10, 20 & 30 for more information.
NOTE : Common User PIN alone can NOT be used to operate the Outputs directly.
LOCATIONS
COMMON USER PIN
VALIDATION
03 - 05
4 to 8 Digits
#
COMMON USER PIN LOCATIONS
03-04-05--
Location Stores The Common User PIN for Output 1
Location Stores The Common User PIN for Output 2
Location Stores The Common User PIN for Output 3
COMMON USER PINS
The Common User PIN can be 4 to 8 digits. Press # key to confirm the code entry.
When a new Common User PIN is keyed in and confirmed, the old one is replaced.
Example: Set a Common User PIN with the number of “1 3 5 7” for Output 1 ---- 03
1357 #
#
To deleted a Common User PIN from memory: Key in just the Location number and #. ---- 03
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RECORD-DELETE PINS OR CARDS FOR OUTPUT 1, 2, & 3
(Locations 10, 20 & 30)
Total of 1,200 User PINs and/or Cards are available for the 3 user groups to control the 3 outputs.
1) 1,000 ---- for Output 1 (Group 1)
2) 100 ------ for Output 2 (Group 2)
3) 100 ------ for Output 3 (Group 3)
The Private User PINs and Cards in the 3 user groups MUST be unique. Repeated PINs will be
rejected. Secondary User PINs in the “EM Card + Secondary User PIN” can be repeated. See the
Important Note --- Programming Criteria for Codes in page 14 for more information.
LOCATIONS
MEDIA
USER ID
10-30 1-5 000-999
CARD &/OR USER PIN VALIDATION
CARD &/OR USER PIN
#
USER GROUP LOCATIONS
– Group 1 --For User PINs/Cards Controlling Output 1
1,000 Users are allowed in group 1 for O/P 1
10
20 – Group 2 --For User PINs/Cards Controlling Output 2
100 Users are allowed in group 2 for O/P 2
30 – Group 3 -- For User PINs/Cards Controlling Output 3
100 Users are allowed in group 3 for O/P 3
SELECTION OF OPERATION MEDIA
Number 1, 2, 3 or 4 represents the Media to be used to operate the keypad.
Number 5 is the authorization code for deleting of an PIN and/or Card from
its User ID.
1 = EM Card only; 2 = Private User PIN only;
3 = EM Card + Secondary User PIN 4 = EM Card + Common User PIN
5 = Delete an User PIN &/or Card from the selected User ID number
Clear all the PINs & Cards from the selected Location.
0999 =
It takes few seconds to a minute to complete depending
on the Location selected and the data stored.Please see
the programming example below for the details.
USER ID NUMBER
A 3-digit ID is an identified number for each User PIN and/or Card.
Repeated ID number will be rejected by the system
000 - 999 for 1,000 User PINs/Cards to operate Output 1
001 - 100 for 100 User PINs/Cards to operate Output 2
c) ID Number 001 - 100 for 100 User PINs/Cards to operate Output 3
a) ID Number
b) ID Number
CARD &/OR USER PINS
The User PINs can be 4-8 digits. Key in the User PIN on each ID Number box, then confirm it with #
key
Just simply put the EM card close to the reader window to read it on each ID Number box, then,
confirm it with # key if it is a Card ONLY, or Card + Common User PIN entry. The Common User
PIN is NOT required to key-in here. It will go into its location automatically after the Card is read.
Read the Card first, then key in the Secondary User PIN on each ID Number box, then confirm
it with # key if it is Card + Secondary User PIN. The Secondary User PINs can be duplicated
or a proprietary User PIN but can not be a duplicate of a Prime Code. Owner can use the same
secondary User PIN for a group of Cards as a group Common User Code (or called Department
Code) for a specific relay output.
Cards (Operation Media # 1, 3, & 4) and Private User PINs (Operation Media 2) MUST be unique.
A repeated EM card or Private User PIN will be rejected and one long beep will be generated by
the system to notify the owner.
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EXAMPLES – PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION
1) Example 1 -- EM Card Only :
i) Programming :
Read Card
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
10 1 001
#
(e)
(a) The card is programmed for operating of the Output 1
(b) The operation is EM Card only
(c) Take ID number 001 in Group 1 to store the card, which is one of the IDs in 000-999
(d) Put the card close to the reader to read it, one beep confirms the reading
(e) Press # to store the “Card” into memory, two-beep confirms a valid entry
ii) Operation : (while the system is back to operation mode)
Read Card
(a)
(a) Put the EM card close to the reader. Two-beep confirms the card is read and the Output 1
activates
2) Example 2 -- Private User PIN Only :
i) Programming :
20 2 001 1234 #
(a) (b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(a) The Private User PIN is programmed for operating of the Output 2
(b) The operation is Private User PIN only
(c) Take ID number 001 in Group 2 to store the Private User PIN, which is one of the IDs in 001-100
(d) Put Private User PIN “1 2 3 4” into the storage location
(e) Press # to confirm and store the “Private User PIN” into memory, two-beep confirms a valid
entry
ii)Operation : (while the system is back to operation mode)
1234 #
(a)
(b)
(a) Key in the Private User PIN “1 2 3 4”
(b) Confirm it with the # key. Output 2 activates
3) Example 3 -- EM Card + Secondary User PIN :
i) Programming :
Read Card
10 3 002
24680 #
(a) (b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f )
(a) The card is programmed for operating of the Output 1
(b) The operation is EM Card + Secondary User PIN
(c) Take the ID number 002 in Group 1 to store the Card & PIN, which is one of the IDs in 000-999
(d) Put the card close to the reader. One beep confirms the reading
(e) Put Secondary User PIN “2 4 6 8 0” into the storage location
(f ) Press # to store the “Card + Secondary User PIN” into memory, two-beep confirms a valid
entry Read Card
ii) Operation : (while the system is back to operation mode)
24680 #
(a)
(b)
(c)
(a) Put the EM card close to the reader. Two-beep confirms the reading and 30 seconds waiting
time is given for the entry of the User PIN, the Amber LED keeps flashing
(b) Key in the Secondary User PIN “2 4 6 8 0”
(c) Confirm it with the # key. Output 1 activates
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4) Example 4 -- EM Card + Common User PIN :
i) Programming :
10 4 003
#
Read Card
(a) (b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(a) The card is programmed for operating of the Output 1
(b) The operation is “EM Card + Common User PIN”
(c) Take ID number 003 in Group 1 to store the card, which is one of the IDs in 000-999
(d) Put the card close to the reader. One beep confirms the reading. (No need to key in a Common
User PIN but there MUST be a Common User PIN already recorded in Location 03; (or 04, 05 if
for O/P 2, O/P 3).
(e) Press # to store the “Card” into memory. Two-beep confirms a valid entry
ii) Operation : (while the system is back to operation mode)
Read Card
Common User PIN
(a)
(b)
(c)
(a) Put the EM card close to the reader. One-beep confirms the reading and 30 seconds waiting
time is given for the entry of the Common User PIN, the Amber LED keeps flashing
(b) Key in the Common User PIN “1 3 5 7” (the number programmed in “Location 0 3” for Output 1
in the previous Example)
(c) Confirm it with the # key. Output 1 activates
#
5) Example 5 -- Delete an User PIN & / or EM Card (for O/P 1, 2 or 3) :
i) Delete An User PIN or A Lost EM Card
User ID
(a) (b)
(c)
(d)
(a) Key in the User Group that the User ID belongs to. “10” for the Group 1, “20” for the Group 2,
and “30” for the Group 3
(b) Key in “5” that is the Command Code for making a deletion here
(c) Key in the User ID that stored the User PIN, the lost EM card or the EM Card+User PIN
(d) Press the # key. Two-beep confirms a valid entry and the PIN and/or Card in that User ID is
cleared
ii) Delete an EM Card
10 5
#
10 5
#
Read Card
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(a) Key in the User Group that the EM Card belongs to. “10” for the Group 1, “20” for the Group 2,
and “30” for the Group 3
(b) Key in “5” that is the Command Code for making a deletion here
(c) Put the EM Card close to the reader. One-beep confirms the reading. Read the Card only also
makes a valid deletion to the Card working with the Common User PIN or the Sesondary User
PIN.
(d) Press the # key. Two-beep confirms a valid entry. The EM Card in that User ID is cleared. Key in
the User ID is not required.
6) Example 6 – Clear The Whole Group of Users :
Whole group of users including the PINs and Cards can be cleared with the following command.
10 0999 #
(a)
(b)
(c)
(a) The User Group 1 – “10” is selected to be cleared. “20” for Group 2 & “30” for Group 3
(b) Key in the Group Deletion Command, 0 9 9 9
(c) Confirm the deletion with #. All the User PINs and Cards in the Group 1 are cleared. It takes few
seconds to a minute to complete depending on the data stored.
7) Example 7 – Report A Duress While Using EM Card :
The Duress Codes are Prime User Codes in the system. In the “EM Card + Secondary User PIN”
or “EM Card + Common User PIN” operation, they can be used to replace the “Secondary User
PIN” or the “Common User PIN” to operate the specific output and report a duress alarm event.
Programming is not required. The system has this function automatically while Duress Code exists.
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Operation : (while the system is in the operation mode)
#
Read Card Duress Code
(a)
(b)
(c)
(a) Put the EM card close to the reader. One-beep confirms the reading and 30 seconds waiting
time is given for the entry of the Duress Code, the Amber LED keeps flashing
(b) Key in one of the Duress Codes for the specific output (the Code programmed in “Location 41,
42, or 43” for Output 1, 2 and 3 respectively)
(c) Confirm it with the # key. The specific Output activates in a normal way and the Duress Output
also activates to report Duress Event to an alarm system.
NOTE: The Duress Event can not be reported if the operation mode is EM Card alone. It is required
to key in the Duress Code directly if necessary.
VISITOR CODES (FOR OUTPUT 1 ONLY)
(Location 40)
The Visitor Codes are the temporary user codes for operating of the Output 1 (mainly for door strike
in access control). They can be programmed as “One Time Codes” or “Codes with Time Limit”. The
Visitor Codes will be cleared automatically after use if they are one time codes, or, when the allowed
time expires. LOCATION
VISITOR ID
VALID PERIOD
VISITOR CODE VALIDATION
40 01 - 50
00 or 01- 99
4-8 DIGITS
#
VISITOR ID
50 Visitor IDs for storing the codes. They are represented by a
Two-digit ID Number of 01 to 50 .
all the Visitor Codes from Location 40. Please
0999 = Clear
see the Programming example below for the details.
VALID PERIOD
The codes in this box MUST be two digits and they represent the time of the operation.
--- One Time Code
00
One Time Code has no time limit but it can only be used for ONCE.
It is cleared by the system automatically after use.
01- 99 --- Time Limit in Hour(s)
The Visitor Code can be set with the valid time limit of 1 Hour to 99 Hours with a
two-digit number of 01 to 99. The visitor code is cleared by the system when
the time limit reaches.
VISITOR CODES
When a new Visitor Code is put in the same Code box, the old code is replaced.
The Visitor Codes can be 4-8 digits for the Manual Mode code entry.
The Visitor Codes MUST be in the same digit length with the Master Code for Auto Mode code
entry.
The Visitor Codes can not reset Duress Output.
NOTE: All Vistor Codes will be cleared after power down to prevent extension/confusion of
their valid time limit.
EXAMPLES:
Example 1: Set a “One Time Visitor Code” with the number of “1 2 6 8” for the Output 1
40 01 00 1268 #
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(a) Visitor Code Programming, (b) The Visitor ID, (c) An One Time Code, (d) The Visitor Code,
(e) Entry Confirmation
Example 2: Set a “Visitor Code” with the number of “1 3 7 8” that is valid for three hours for the
Output
1
40 02 03 1378 #
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(a) Visitor Code Programming, (b) The Visitor ID, (c) Valid for 3 Hours, (d) The Visitor Code, (e)
Entry Confirmation
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Example 3: Delete a “Visitor Code” from Vistor ID
(a)
(b)
(c)
40 02 #
02 in the memory
(a) Visitor Code Programming, (b) The Visitor ID, (c) Delete Confirmation
Example 4: Clear all “Visitor Codes” from Location
40 0999 #
(a)
(b)
40
(c)
(a) Visitor Code Location, (b) The Deletion Command Code, (c) Confirmation, all Visitor Codes are
cleared
DURESS CODES (FOR OUTPUTS 1, 2 & 3)
(Location 41, 42 & 43)
The Duress Codes are prepared for those Important Persons in case of DURESS while he operates
the access control keypad. The duress code operates like a normal User PIN for Output 1, 2 or 3, and
at the same time activates the Duress Output without any indication. The user may use it to report an
emergency and ask for help silently when he is forced to operate the keypad if the Duress Output is
connected with a security system.
NOTE: The Duress Codes are always valid. They are not governed by any inhibit or lock-out function
in the system.
LOCATIONS
CODE ID
DURESS CODE VALIDATION
4-8 DIGITS
-
41 43 01 50
#
OUTPUT LOCATIONS
41 – Duress Codes for Output 1
42 – Duress Codes for Output 2
43 – Duress Codes for Output 3
DURESS CODE IDs
01- 50 50 Duress Codes Are Allowed for The Output 1
01- 10 10 Duress Codes Are Allowed for The Output 2
ID 01- 10 10 Duress Codes Are Allowed for The Output 3
ID
ID
0999 =
Clear all the Duress Codes from the selected Location group.
Please see the programming example below for the details.
THE DURESS CODES
50, 10 and 10 Duress Codes can be programmed for Output 1, 2 and 3 respectively. They are stored
in their two-digit Code ID box. When a new Code is put into the same Code ID box, the old code is
replaced.
The Duress Codes are 4-8 digits for Manual Mode code entry.
The Duress Codes MUST be in the same digit length with the Master Code for Auto Mode code
entry.
Always set a Duress Code that is easy to remember in Panic Situation. Only one number different
from the daily used User PIN is highly recommended.
Example: User PIN is 1 3 6 9, then 3 3 6 9 or 1 3 6 0 might be a good choice for the Duress Code.
The Duress Code can also be used to replace the Secondary User PIN or Common User PIN
in Card reading for the Duress reporting.
EXAMPLES:
Example 1: Set a “Duress Code” with the number of “3 3 6 9” for Output 1
41 01 3369 #
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(a) Duress Code Programming for Output 1, (b) Duress Code ID, (c) The Duress Code, (e) Entry
Confirmation
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Example 2: Set a “Duress Code” with the number of “2 3 9 8 0” for Output 2
42 01 23980 #
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(a) Duress Code Programming for Output 2, (b) Duress Code ID, (c) The Duress Code, (e) Entry
Confirmation
01
Example 3: Delete an Output 1 “Duress Code” from Duress Code ID
in the memory
(a)
(b)
(c)
(a) Duress Code Programming for Output 1, (b) The Duress Code ID, (c) Delete Confirmation
41 01 #
Example 4: Clear The Whole Group of Duress Codes from Location
41 0999 #
(a)
(b)
(a) Group Location
in Location
41 :
(c)
, (b) The Group Deletion Command, (c) Confirmation, all Duress Codes
41
41 are cleared.
THE OPERATION AND FUNCTION OF THE DURESS CODE
The Duress Code(s) has double actions when it is keyed in. It activates the Duress Output (for duress
alarm) and at the same time activates the specific Relay Output 1, 2 or 3 just like a normal User PIN.
The Duress Code always activates its Relay Output in its group, but, does not de-activate (stop) the
Duress Output. ONLY a normal User PIN or Card in any one of the user groups, or a Super User
PIN can reset (de-activate) the Duress Output.
For Example:
Key in The Duress Code 3 3 6 9 of the Group 1 (for Output 1) To Command The Duress Function :
3369# ----- Duress Output activates (switches to (-) ground) & Output 1 activates.
Key in The Duress Code 3 3 6 9 in Group 1 (for Output 1) Again :
3369# ----- Duress Output keeps activating and no change in its state (keeps to (-) ground)
&Output 1 activates again.
Key in A Normal User PIN 1 3 6 9 in Group 1 (for Output 1):
1369# ----- Duress Output resets (back to OFF state) but has no function on Output 1.
Report Duress in EM Card Operation
The Duress Codes are Prime User Codes in the system. In the “EM Card + Secondary User PIN”
or “EM Card + Common User PIN” operation, they can be used to replace the “Secondary User
PIN” or the “Common User PIN” to operate the specific output and report a duress alarm event.
Programming is not required. The system has the function automatically while Duress Code exists.
Operation : Taking Duress Code 3 3 6 9 in Group 1 for Output 1 As Example
3369 #
Read Card
(a)
(b)
(c)
(a) Put the EM card close to the reader. One-beep confirms the reading and 30 seconds waiting
time is given for the entry of the Duress Code, the Amber LED keeps flashing
(b) Key in the Duress Codes 3 3 6 9 for operating the Output 1
(c) Confirm it with the # key. Output 1 activates in a normal way and the Duress Output also
activates to report Duress Event to an alarm system if connected.
NOTE: Duress Event can not be reported in the operation of only EM Card alone.
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CONFIGURATION OF THE OUTPUT MODES OF OUTPUT 1, 2 AND 3 (Locations 51, 52 & 53)
The three relay outputs of this keypad are programmable for Start/Stop or Timing modes. Apart from
the door access control, alarm arm-disarm control, they are also universal timers for automatic
operators in industry with their 99,999 seconds (over 24 hours) programmable timer.
LOCATIONS
OUTPUT MODE & TIME
51- 53
VALIDATION
0 or 1- 99999
#
OUTPUT LOCATIONS
51 -- Location for Output 1
52 -- Location for Output 2
53 -- Location for Output 3
OUTPUT MODE & TIMING
0 – Start /Stop Mode (Toggle)
The number 0 sets the output to the Start / Stop mode. The output Starts when an User PIN and/
or Card is entered/read; the output Stops when an User PIN and/or Card is entered/read again.
1- 99999 Seconds Momentary --- (Default -- Momentary 5 Seconds)
The output can be set in Momentary Mode with the time of 1 second to 99,999 seconds. The
output will reset automatically when the time expires OR it can be RESET manually at anytime
with the Super User Code that operates the desired output before the end of the time.
# 1 ------------- Output 1 resets
# 2 ------------- Output 2 resets
# 3 ------------- Output 3 resets
SUPER USER CODE
Example : Reset Output 1 -- SUPER USER CODE
Reset Output 2 -- SUPER USER CODE
Reset Output 3 -- PERSONAL SAFETY AND SYSTEM LOCK-OUT
(Location 60)
LOCATION
LOCK-OUT MODES
60
1 to 2 Digits
VALIDATION
#
SAFETY & LOCK-OUT OPTIONS
The Options are represented by their Mode Numbers in programming. They are described below:
After 10 successive false Card/User Code trials, the keypad locks during 60 seconds.
1 ----- (Default)
10 successive false Card/User Code trials, activates the Duress output to switch to (-)
2 --- After
ground.
The Duress Output can be released with any user PIN or Card in the User Group 1 or the Super
User PIN.
5 - 10 ---
Selection of after 5 to 10 successive Card/User Code trials, the keypad locks during
15 minutes.
The keypad can be reset to release the lock-out with the “Super User Code” in the
following way.
Example : Release the lock-out -- SUPER USER CODE
# 9
00 --- Disappearance of all the above lock-out securities.
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USER PIN ENTRY MODE – Auto or Manual
(Location 70)
LOCATION
ENTRY MODES
70
1 or 2
VALIDATION
#
USER PIN ENTRY MODES
Two modes 1 and 2 are available for User PIN entry options. The EM Card is always in Auto Entry
Mode and is not affected by the selection here.
1 --- Auto Entry Mode
Auto Entry Mode requires no pressing of the
# key following the User PIN for code checking.
In the Auto Entry Mode, the User PINs MUST be set in the same digit length of the Master Code
(For example, if the Master Code is 5 digits, then all User PINs must be in 5 digits as well. All other
User PINs not in 5 digits become invalid). When the number of digits reaches, the system will check
the User PIN automatically. Good for high traffic access control.
2 --- Manual Entry Mode – (Default)
#
Manual Entry Mode always requires the
key following of the User PIN for code checking. The
User PINs can be 4-8 digits arbitrary and they are NOT required to be in the same digit length of
the Master Code. Manual Entry increases the level of security in the code trial by the unauthorized
people.
PACIFIER TONES ON-OFF SELECTION
(Location 71)
LOCATION
71
FUNCTION MODES VALIDATION
1 or 0
#
PACIFIER TONES ON-OFF MODES
The Pacifier Tone is the Beep Tones from the keypad, which include the tones of Successful Key entry (1
beep), the Output Operation Announcer (2 beeps or 1 long beep) and the Unsuccessful User Code/
Card entry (5 beeps).
NOTE :
The beeps for the Warning and the Power-up Delay do not belong to pacifier tones and can not be set
to OFF.
1 --- Pacifier Tone ON – (Default)
All the Pacifier Tones available from the keypad are enabled. They are the response tones indicating
the operation status of the keypad after the Card/User Code is entered.
0 --- Pacifier Tone OFF
All the Pacifier Tones are OFF. Good for place needs for a silent environment.
OUTPUT OPERATION ANNOUNCER
(Location 72)
LOCATION
72
FUNCTION MODES
1 or 0
VALIDATION
#
OUTPUT OPERATION ANNOUNCER
The announcer gives notification beep to the users and the visitors on the operation status of the
outputs. There are two notification modes available for the selection.The notification is also OFF while
the Pacifier Tone OFF mode in the Location 71 is selected.
1 --- 1 Second Long Notification -- (Default)
1 second notification beep is given when the output relay is activated with a valid Card/Code or
Egress Button. It is prepared to notify the person outside the door when the lock is released and
the door can be opened. It is good for the door lock device gives no sound when it activates, such
as a magnetic lock.
0 --- 2 Short Beeps Notification
2 short beeps notification is given when the output is activated with a valid Card/Code.
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STATUS LED FLASHING ON-OFF DURING STANDBY
LOCATION
73
(Location 73)
FUNCTION MODES
1 or 0
VALIDATION
#
STANDBY FLASHING ON-OFF
Some people find the flashing light of the status LED (the amber LED) is annoying during the keypad
is on standby, especially at the night time. The standby flashing can be ON-OFF with the setting here.
1 --- Standby Flashing ON -- (Default)
The Status LED gives Standby Flashing all the time during the keypad is on standby. It also gives
all the light indications showing the operation status of the system.
0
--- Standby Flashing OFF
The Standby Flashing is disabled but it does not affect the system status indications. All the light
indications from it are unchanged.
DOOR FORCED OPEN WARNING & TIMING
(Location 80)
LOCATION
80
FUNCTION MODES
VALIDATION
0 or 1 - 999
#
DOOR FORCED OPEN WARNING ON-OFF & TIMING
The Door Forced Open Warning function requires a Door Position Sensing switch (usually a magnetic
contact) to work with. Once a Timing Figure is put into the Function Mode box, the warning mode is
enabled.
0 --- Door Forced Open Warning OFF – (Default)
1 - 999 --- Door Forced Open Warning & Alarm ON & Timing
The Timing Figure for the Warning can be 1-999 seconds. The keypad generates the door forced
open warning beeps and activates the alarm output (Terminal 20) instantly if the door is forced to
open without a valid User PIN/Card or pressing of the Egress Button. The beeps and alarm will
last as long as the time set on the timer and it can be stopped at anytime with an User PIN/Card in
Group 1 before the end of the time.
The Manner of The Door Forced Open Warning:
a) The door is forced to open (without using PIN/Card or Egress Button) – Warning & Alarm
b) The door is opened with PIN/Card – No Warning or Alarm
c) The door is opened with Egress Button – No Warning or Alarm
DOOR PROPPED-UP WARNING & THE DELAY TIME
LOCATION
81
(Location 81)
FUNCTION MODES
0 or 1 - 999
VALIDATION
#
DOOR PROPPED-UP WARNING ON-OFF & TIMING
If somebody opened the door and it is left open longer than the allowable delay time, the keypad will
generate door propped-up warning until the door is re-closed. There is warning beeps from the
keypad only but does not activates the alarm output.
0 --- Door Propped-up Warning OFF – (Default)
1 - 999 --- Door Propped-up Warning ON & The Delay Time
The Delay Time can be 1 to 999 seconds. It is the time allows the door to open without starting of
the warning.
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INTELLIGENT EGRESS BUTTON – AN UNIQUE FEATURE OF A CONTEMPORARY KEYPAD
Most of the keypads for access control are just for controlling of “Going In” from outside. It is not
enough for today’s access control systems. In fact, controlling of “Going Out” is also very important in
many public passage areas. They are not allowed to use locks or digital keypads for stopping of “Going
Out” due to safety reasons. Such as hospitals, kindergartens, elderly homes, convenient stores,
emergency exits etc.. The wardens, teachers, shopkeepers and the guards are always required to
keep an eye on people to prevent unattended leaving, shoplifting, and illegal use of the emergency
exits.
The Intelligent Egress Button can be programmed to do something to get the attention of the person
on duty before the door is opened. The button offers programmable egress delay, delay with warning,
holding button required for the delay, momentary button contact with warning for the delay and even
gives alarm when a controlled door is opened.
Locations 90 and 91 below are the places for setting the desired functions for the Egress Button.
The functions programmed to the Egress Button do not affect the normal operation of the system with
its keypad. For the safety consideration, the operation of the keypad with PIN, Code or Card is always
in the first priority to give instant action to the output relay 1 for door strike.
It is NOT required to program the Egress Button with the special function in normal use. Just leave it
on its default values.
WHERE AND WHY “GOING OUT” NEEDS ATTENTION
Examples for some areas may need an Intelligent Egress Button:
Hospital:
Some of the patients are not allowed to leave the ward without doctor’s permission. An egress button
with exit delay and warning beeps will help the nurse or warden to get the attention to the door when
the egress button is pressed. Further setting of the egress button with holding contact for the delay
even gives higher level of security to a controlled door.
Kindergarten:
Young children are always active. Some of them may be willing to go out to explore their ways of
playing. For safety reason, teachers have to watch all of them in the attended area. Leaving school
alone without the companion of parents or teacher is dangerous to the young children. An egress
button with delay and warning beeps will be helpful to prevent the children trying to go out without
getting the attention of the teacher.
Elderly Home:
Elderly needs constant attention and care. Some old people have poor memory. They may forget the
way to come back if they leave home alone. An egress button with delay and warning beep will easily
get the attention of the warden before the door is open.
Convenient Store:
Most of the convenient stores have just only one or two shopkeepers on duty. They are usually
the cashier. Shoplifting may easily happen while the shopkeeper is busily serving customers at the
cashier desk. A holding contact egress button with delay and warning beeps may help to stop most
of the shoplifting. As the thief knows that he is gotten attention by the shopkeeper before the door is
open.
High Traffic Passage:
A short buffer time may be necessary for opening a door outward after pressing the egress button for
those exits open to a high traffic passage. An egress button with short delay and warning beeps helps
the user to pay attention to the people passing by to prevent hitting them when the door is pushed
outward.
Emergency Exit:
Emergency Exit is not open to the public for daily use. It is for emergency case only. It is usually
closed and watched by the security guards. The egress button of this keypad can be programmed
to offer exit delay with warning beeps and even gives alarm output to trigger an alarm system when
the door is forced to open or the door is open after the exit delay expired. It is an useful tool to get the
attention of the person on duty.
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EGRESS DELAY , WARNING AND ALARM
(Location 90)
LOCATION FUNCTION MODES
90
1-6
DELAY TIME
0 or 1 - 99
VALIDATION
#
CONFIGURATIONS OF THE EGRESS WARNING AND ALARM
Key in the number to enable 1 of the 6 configurations described below:
1 --- Momentary Contact Mode without Warning -- (Default)
•Press the Button once. No warning or alarm is given during Egress Delay.
•Good for silent area. The people have to wait for the door open until the delay time
reaches.
2 --- Momentary Contact Mode with Warning Beep
•Press the Button once. The system gives Warning Beeps during the Egress Delay.
•Good for the place required attention. The keypad beeps during the people are
waiting for the door open.
3 --- Momentary Contact Mode with Warning Beep & Alarm
•Press the Button once. The system gives Warning Beeps and also activates its
Alarm O/P during the Egress Delay
•Good for door for the authorized people only. The keypad beeps and report alarm
to a security system during the people are waiting for the door open.
•This is usually an “Emergency Exit”. The door can be opened with the Keypad
without triggering of the Buzzer and Alarm Output.
4 --- Holding Contact Mode without Warning
•Press and hold the Button. No warning or alarm is given during the Egress Delay.
•Good for the silent area. The people require to press & hold the button until the
delay time reaches for the door open.
5 --- Holding Contact Mode with Warning Beep
•Press and hold the Button. The system gives Warning Beeps during Egress Delay.
•Good for the place required attention. The keypad beeps while the button is kept
pressed during the people are waiting for the door open.
6 --- Holding Contact Mode with Warning Beep & Alarm
•Press and hold the Button. The system gives Warning Beeps and also activates its
Alarm O/P during Egress Delay.
•This is usually an “Emergency Exit”. The door can be opened with the Keypad
without triggering of the Warning and Alarm.
EGRESS DELAY TIMER
0 --- No Delay – (Default)
Output 1 activates instantly (the door is released instantly) when the Egress Button is pressed.
1 – 99 --- Egress Delay Timing
Put any number of 1 to 99 into the box to enable the Egress Delay. The number is the time in
second, which starts to count when the Egress Button is pressed. Output 1 activates (the door is
released) when the delay time reaches.
NOTE:
1) Momentary Contact -- The Egress Delay starts to count when the egress button is momentarily
pressed. Output 1 activates automatically (door is released) when the delay time reaches.
2) Holding Contact -- The user MUST hold the egress button in contact for the whole period of the
Egress Delay time until Output 1 activates. If the egress button is released before the end of the
Egress Delay, the timer will stop to count and reset.
3) The Egress Delay does not affect the operation of the User PINs/Cards for Output 1. The User
PINs/Cards always give INSTANT action.
Example: (Please see the following page)
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EXAMPLES:
Example 1: Set Egress Button in Momentary contact 5 seconds with delay & warning beep
90
2
5
#
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(a) Egress function programming, (b) Momentary contact with warning, (c) Delay time of 5 seconds
to release door, (d) Entry confirmation
Example 2: Set Egress Button in Holding contact of 10 seconds with warning beep
90
5
10
#
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(a) Egress function programming, (b) Holding contact mode with warning, (c) Holding time of 10
seconds to release door, (d) Entry confirmation
Example 3: Set Egress Button in Momentary contact without delay (This is the default setting)
90
1
0
#
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(a) Egress function programming, (b) Momentary contact without delay, (c) Release door instantly,
(d) Entry confirmation
DOOR OPENING ALARM & TIMER
(Location 91)
LOCATION
91
ALARM TIME
0 or 1 - 999
VALIDATION
#
ALARM & TIMING OF DOOR OPENING
0 --- No Alarm – (Default)
The Alarm Output is disabled
1 – 999 --- Alarm Timer
The Door Open Alarm operates the Alarm Output (Terminal 20) only. It is mainly prepared to trigger
an optional alarm system. Put any Timing Figure of 1 to 999 into the box to enable the function
of the Door Opening Alarm. The figure is the time in second of the alarm duration, which starts to
count after the door is opened and it resets automatically when the time reaches.
The alarm can be stopped with the User Codes/Cards or the Super User PIN for Output 1 at any
time before the end of the alarm time.
NOTE: The Door Opening Alarm is designed to protect the emergency exit door from use by the unauthorized person. The alarm occurs when the door is opened or forced to open. However, Alarm will
not happen if the door is opened with a valid User Code or Card.
The Manner of The Door Opening Alarm:
a) The door is forced to open without using PIN/Card – Alarm
b) The door is opened with Egress Button – Alarm
c) The door is opened with PIN/Card – No Alarm
To prevent confusion of the alarm outputs. It is suggested to disable the "Door Forced Open Warning"
at Location 80 while "Door Opening Alarm" function is enabled. If both functions at Location 80 and
Location 91 are enabled and are set with different timings, the system will combine them and will take
the longer one for alarm time.
CLOSE THE PROGRAMMING MODE
Always close programming mode with
programming.
(
* *)
* * to set system back to normal Operation after
VALIDATION
** -------------------------------
System is back to normal operation mode
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THE WIRE HARNESS FOR “WIEGAND DATA OUTPUT” & “APO DATA I/O”
NOTE: The information in this section is NOT for the system in Stand Alone operation. It is not
necessary to plug in the wire harness to the socket, just leave it open.
The information below is for setting the keypad unit with the Wiegand data interface to a control panel,
or the APO Data I/O interface to an APO Controller to make up a high security split-decoded system.
Split-decoded Keypad System
Most of the general purpose keypads on the market are self-contained systems for stand alone
operation. It controls the appliance(s) directly with its output relay contact(s); such as the electric lock
in an access control system. The electric lock is connected to the keypad that is installed outside the
house. The thief can open the door without a code or card but just open the keypad box and make
contact to the output relay terminal. It is a safety drawback in security.
The high security systems are usually operating in the Split-decoded mode that combines an outside
unit for card reading and code entry; and a control panel or a decoder unit installing in a secure closet
inside the house. The outside unit and the inside unit communicate in digital data with each other. All
the commands are in digital codes, the thief can do nothing to the inside unit even the outside unit is
opened in sabotage. This design philosophy confirms high security to the area protected, but not just
relying on the protection of the keypad with the outer box and two screws.
The Wire Harness
The keypad unit comes with two sets of interface wires from the wire harness. The Wires 1-4 are the
Wiegand interface wires. The Wire 6 is the Data Input/Output wire for the connection with the optional
APO’s Digital Keypad Access Controller, DA-2800 for high security Split-decoded operation. The Wire
5 is the Common Grounding point of these signal wires.Please see the location of the wire Harness
on Page 7.
The Wires for "Wiegand & Data" :
1) Yellow ---------
D1, Wiegand DATA 1
2) Blue -----------
D0, Wiegand DATA 0
3) Brown ---------
BUZ, Buzzer control line, 0V active, for Wiegand audible status indication
4) Red ------------
LED, Red LED control line, 0V active, for Wiegand visible status indication
5) Black ----------
GND, (-) Common Ground
6) White ----------
DATA, APO’s data In/Out line, for APO’s decoder connection
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THE OPERATION MODES AND THE WIEGAND OUTPUT
(Location 94)
Four operation modes are available for the selection. The codes are 0, 1, 2 and 3.
LOCATION
OPERATION MODE
94
0 , 1 , 2 or 3
VALIDATION
#
WIEGAND OUTPUT AT KEYPAD OPERATION MODE
0 --- Stand Alone Keypad Mode -- (Default)
The system provides full functions to operate its outputs and at the same time provides Wiegand Data
Output for all the VALID Cards and User PINs including the Duress Codes and Visitor Codes. No
Wiegand Data Output for the invalid PINs and Cards.
1 --- Card & Code Reader Mode
In the Card & Code Reader Mode, the keypad provides Wiegand Data Output for all the Card
readings and PINs/Code entries but does not operate its outputs. It is solely a card and code reader.
NOTE:
It is suggested to clean all the codes, PINs and cards that were previously stored in the system before
setting the system for reader mode.
2 --- Master Keypad of Split-Decoded Mode
The keypad unit provides the Wiegand Data Output for the valid user PINs, Codes and Cards exactly
like in the Stand Alone Mode. The Master keypad will transfer all the programmed feature data
(except the user PINs, Codes and Cards data) to the Access Controller (decoder) right after it exits
the programming mode. A Split-decoded keypad system needs at least one Master keypad and one
Access Controller to work.
3 --- Slave Keypad of Split-Decoded Mode
The Keypad unit provides the Wiegand Data Output for the valid user PINs, Codes and Cards exactly
like in Stand Alone Mode. No feature data is transferred to the Access Controller (decoder) from the
Slave keypad. It takes the same feature data from the Master keypad to operate. The Slave keypad(s)
is for a Split-Decoded system that needs more than one keypads for operation convenience.
NOTE:
a) Do not set more than one keypads in Master mode in a Split-Decoded system. Otherwise, the data
will be confused.
b) Each keypad in Split-Decoded mode can be programmed independently with its own user PINs,
Codes and Cards. The PINs, Codes and Cards can be repeatedly used in other keypads in the
same system.
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TIMING & ELECTRICAL MANNER OF THE WIEGAND DATA OUTPUT
Wiegand is a commonly used interface between readers and control panels used in access control,
security and other related industries. The majority of cards in access control systems use a Wiegand
interface to transmit data read from a card to a control panel. The control panel will then validate the
data received and grant or deny access. The Wiegand data output from the keypad unit provides a
level of compatibility for readers and control panels that can be used by consultants and end users
when setting product design or system installation criteria.
The Wiegand interface uses three wires, one of which is a Common Ground (Wire 5 – Black) and
two of which are data transmission wires called DATA 0 (Wire 2 – Blue) and DATA 1 (Wire 1 –
Yellow). When no data is being sent both DATA 0 and DATA 1 are at high voltage. When a “0” is sent
the DATA 0 is at low voltage while the DATA 1 stays at a high voltage. When a “1” is sent DATA 1 is at
the low voltage while DATA 0 stays at the high voltage.
There are also two indication wires for the visible and audible signals feeding back from the control
panel. They are 0V active. The Buzzer Control Line (Wire 3 – Brown) is audible signal control wire,
and the Red LED Control Line (Wire 4 – Red) is the visible indication control wire.
The high voltage level in the keypad unit is +5VDC to accommodate for long cable runs (approximate
500 feet) from it to the associated access control panel typically located in a secure closet.
Diagram of The Wiegand Protocol Timing and Its Electrical Manner
+5V
50 uS pulse
0V
Data 0 Line
+5V
2 mS pulse interval
0V
Data 1 Line
0
1
0
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1
THE 26 BIT WIEGAND DATA OUTPUT FROM THE EM CARDS
The Wiegand protocol for card reading has 1 first parity bit, 24 bits of the Card ID, and 1 stop bit for a
total of 26 bits. The first parity bit is an Even parity bit calculated from the first 12 bits of the code and
the trailing parity bit is an Odd parity bit from the last 12 bits. The data transmitted is in Binary codes
for the Card reading.
Example 1: Wiegand Output of Reading An EM Card
Each EM card or Keyfob is marked with an unique ID in Decimal Digits that is the code read by the
reader. The EM card is also marked with a “3 digit+5 digit” code that does not belong to this system
and can be ignored.
a) The Code Marked on One of The EM Cards :
0006613779
008,18789
The ID Code to be read for Wiegand Output
The Code does not belong to this system
The Code in Decimal Number : 6 6 1 3 7 7 9
The Code 6 6 1 3 7 7 9 Equivalent to Hex Number : 6 4 E B 1 3
b) Each Hex Number Consists of 4 Bits, Total 26 Bits of Wiegand Data Output from Card Reading:
E 6 4 E B 1 3 O
An Even Parity Bit of 6 4 E = 0
An Odd Parity Bit of B 1 3 = 1
c) The 26 bits Wiegand data sending out in Binary after reading of the card:
0
0110
0100
1110
1011
0001
0011
1
NOTE:
In all the operation configurations of card reading including “Card only”, “Card Secondary User PIN”,
and “Card + Common User PIN”, the card has the priority to be read and all these configurations are
considered of reading a Card. The keypad provides Wiegand Data output for the Card only and the
User PINs attached are NOT taken into account for the Wiegand output.
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THE 34 BIT WIEGAND DATA OUTPUT FROM THE ENTRY OF USER PINS
Wiegand is also a commonly used interface between keypad with user PINs and control panels used
in access control. The keypad unit is designed to accept both card reading and PIN code entry in
operation without conflict to the two media and confusion to the control panel. It accepts User PINs
up to 8 digits maximum in decimal numbers. The Wiegand data protocol has been expended to 34
bits to accommodate the maximum PIN length without causing code error (26 bits Wiegand data for
PIN causes error to number 16,777,215 or any number above 16,777,215). The 34 bit and the 26 bit
Wiegand signals are transmitted in the same electrical manner and timing standard in Binary Codes.
The 34 bit Wiegand protocol for PINs has 1 first parity bit, 32 bits for the PIN code, and 1 stop bit for a
total of 34 bits. The first parity bit is an Even parity bit calculated from the first 16 bits of the code and
the trailing parity bit is an Odd parity bit from the last 16 bits.
Example 2 : Wiegand Output from PIN / Code Entry
A) The keyed-in PIN is 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
The PIN in Decimal Number : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
The PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Equivalent to Hex Number : B C 6 1 4 E
E 0 0 B C 6 1 4 E O
An Even Parity Bit of 0 0 B C = 1
An Odd Parity Bit of 6 1 4 E = 0
The 34 bits Wiegand data sending out in Binary from entry of the PIN:
1 0000 0000 1011 1100 0110 0001 0100 1110 0
B) The keyed-in PIN is 1 2 3 4
The PIN in Decimal Number : 1 2 3 4
The PIN 1 2 3 4 Equivalent to Hex Number : 4 D 2
E 0 0 0 0 0 4 D 2 O
An Even Parity Bit of 0 0 0 0 = 0
An Odd Parity Bit of 0 4 D 2 = 0
The 34 bits Wiegand data sending out in Binary from entry of the PIN:
0 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0100 1101 0010 0
C) The keyed-in PIN is 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 4
The PIN in Decimal Number : 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 4
The PIN 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 4 Equivalent to Hex Number : 4 D 2
E 0 0 0 0 0 4 D 2 O
An Even Parity Bit of 0 0 0 0 = 0An Odd Parity Bit of 0 4 D 2 = 0
The 34 bits Wiegand data sending out in Binary from entry of the PIN:
0 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0100 1101 0010 0
Important Note:
a) From the above examples (B) & (C), The PINs 1 2 3 4 and 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 4 give the same Wiegand
data output in Binary.
b) Pressing any number of only 0’s prior to the PIN makes error code in Binary. Do NOT program the
PIN with 0’s in front of it.
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THE APO DATA I/O PORT -- FOR SETTING UP A SPLIT-DECODED KEYPAD
The information here is for setting up the keypad unit with an optional “Digital Keypad Access
Controller DA-2800” to make up a high security Split-decoded Keypad system only. It is NOT
required for the keypad in Stand Alone operation.
The access control system utilizing of Wiegand data and control panel approach is usually taken by
consultants when setting their product designs. Most of the general end users do not make system
installation criteria by themselves but just like to up grade their system to a split-decoded system. A
Digital Keypad Access Controller DA-2800 is instantly available from APO for purchase. This keypad
is fully compatible with the DA-2800.
The keypad unit comes with a data I/O (data input and output) port for the connection with the APO’s
Access Controller DA-2800 for Split-decoded operation to up-grade its security level. Once the
keypad unit is connected with the controller, all the commands from it will be faithfully decoded by the
decoder. The input & output control functions available from the keypad are now all transferred to the
controller. The keypad’s role is just a card reader and/or a keyboard for code entry. The link up of the
two units is very simple. It is just one wire (The White Wire) for the I/O ports and a common grounding
wire (The Black Wire) for the two units. The I/O port provides the data in the proprietary APO format. It
ONLY works with the DA-2800.
The Optional DA-2800 Controller --- Introduction
The DA-2800 controller unit is compatible with the keypad unit. Maximum 3 keypads can be
connected in parallel to it. It decodes the data faithfully from the keypads even each of them have
different settings of their own. The only criterion for multi-keypad link-up is all the keypads are set with
the same Master Code and is read by the controller while it is in the link-up mode.
Apart from the decoding function to follow the features from the keypad(s), the DA-2800 is also
an independent 4-channel RF remote controller to operate its 3 output relays and the built-in door
chime. The DA-2800 is an ideal device working independently in the RF remote control areas, such
as door lock strike in access control, garage door opening control, alarm arm-disarming control and
automatic operator control etc.
The keypad unit is up graded to a Tri-Tech system after in connection with the DA-2800 controller. The
system accepts EM Cards, User PINs and the RF Remote Keys in access control.
RF WIRELESS
REMOTE CONTROL
DATA I/O
DOOR LOCK
COMMON
GROUND
DK-2862
HAA2866
GARAGE
DOOR OPENER
DA-2800 ACCESS CONTROLLER
EXIT
SECURITY SYSTEM
DATA I/O
DA-2800 CONTROLLER
AUTOMATIC
OPERATOR
COMMON GROUND
MAXIMUM 3 KEYPADS CAN BE CONNECTED IN PARALLEL
DK-2862
HAA2866
HAA2866 IN SPLIT-DECODED OPERATION
R
The User Manual of the DA-2800 provides the operation details of the system on decoding controller
mode and independent operation mode.
Please contact your local agent if purchase of the DA-2800 Controller is required.
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PROGRAMMING SUMMARY CHART
LOCATION
FUNCTION
ENTRY LIMITS & CODE
OPTIONS
01
Master Code
4-8 Digits
02
Super User PIN
4-8 Digits
03
04
Common User PIN
for O/P 1
Common User PIN
for O/P 2
05
Common User PIN
for O/P 3
10
User PINs / Cards
for O/P 1
20
User PINs / Cards
for O/P 2
30
User PINs / Cards
for O/P 3
4-8 Digits
CODE 1 - MEDIA:
1---EM Card
2---Private User PIN
3---EM Card+Sec User PIN
4---EM Card+Com User PIN
5---Deletion of User PIN
CODE 2 - USER ID:
000-999---Group 1(10)
001-100---Group 2(20)
001-100---Group 3(30)
CODE 3 - USER PINs / Cards:
4-8 Digits / Cards
FACTORY
DEFAULT
CODE ENTRY
01
02
MASTER CODE
03
COMMON USER PIN 1
#
NIL
04
COMMON USER PIN 2
#
NIL
05
COMMON USER PIN 3
#
NIL
SUPER USER PIN
#
#
NIL
NIL
10
#
CODE1 CODE2 CODE3
20
#
CODE1 CODE2 CODE3
30
#
CODE1 CODE2 CODE3
40
#
CODE1 CODE2 CODE3
NIL
NIL
NIL
CODE 1 - VISITOR ID: 01-50
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Visitor Codes
CODE 2 - VALID PERIOD:
00---One Time
01-99 Hours
NIL
CODE 3 - VISITOR CODE:
4-8 Digits
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Duress Code for O/
P1
Duress Code for O/
P2
Duress Code for O/
P3
51
O/P Mode for O/P 1
41
42
52
53
CODE ID - O/P 1: 01-50
CODE ID - O/P 2: 01-10
CODE ID - O/P 3: 01-10
DURESS CODE: 4-8 Digits
OUTPUT MODE & TIME:
O/P Mode for O/P 2 0--- Start / Stop
1---99999 Seconds, Momentary
O/P Mode for O/P 3
60
Personal Safety &
Lock-out
70
PIN Entry Mode
71
Pacifier Tone ONOFF
72
Output Announcer
73
Standby LED
Flashing
LOCK-OUT CODE:
1---10 Trial, Lock-out 60 Sec.
2---10 Trial, Activates Duress
5-10---5-10 Trial, Lock-Out 15
Minutes
00---No Lock-out
ENTRY MODE:
1---Auto Mode
2---Manual Mode
FUNCTION MODE:
0---OFF
1---ON
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CODE ID
DURESS CODE
#
NIL
42
CODE ID
DURESS CODE
#
NIL
43
CODE ID
DURESS CODE
#
NIL
51
52
53
O/P MODE & TIME
60
LOCK-OUT CODE
70
ENTRY MODE
71
FUNCTION MODE
#
72
FUNCTION MODE
#
73
FUNCTION MODE
#
O/P MODE & TIME
O/P MODE & TIME
#
#
#
#
5 Seconds
5 Seconds
5 Seconds
Code = 1,
10 Trials,
Lock-out 60
Seconds
Mode = 2,
Manual Mode
#
Mode = 1,
Pacifier Tone
ON
Mode = 1
Announcer
ON
Mode = 1,
Flashing On
80
Door Forced Open
Warning & Time
81
Propped-up
Warning & Time
90
Egress Delay
Warning & Alarm
91
Door Opening
Alarm & TIMER
94
Operation Mode &
Wiegand Output
SYSTEM
CODES
0000
9999
8080
0999
**
FUNCTION MODE / TIME:
0---OFF
1-999 Seconds
CODE 1 - FUNCTION MODE:
1---Momentary, No warning
2---Momentary, with warning
3---Momentary, with warning +
Alarm
4---Hold Contact, No warning
5---Hold Contact, with warning
6---Hold Contact, with warning +
Alarm
CODE 2 - DELAY TIME:
0---No Delay
1-99 Seconds
ALARM TIME:
0---No Alarm
1-999 Seconds
MODES OF WIEGAND OUTPUT
0---Stand Alone Keypad-Valid
Codes & Cards Only
1---Reader-All Codes & Cards
2---Master Keypad-Valid Codes &
Cards only
3---Slave Keypad-Valid Codes &
Cards only
FUNCTION
80
FUNCTION / TIME
#
81
FUNCTION / TIME
#
90
CODE 1
91
ALARM TIME
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WIEGAND O/P MODE
CODE ENTRY
Factory Set Master Code
for User to set system in
programming Mode at the
0000 * *
first time.
THIS IS NOT A
OR
PERMANENT SYSTEM
NEW MASTER CODE * *
CODE & IT IS CHANGED
IF A NEW MASTER CODE
IS PROGRAMMED.
REFRESH CODE -- Refresh
the system and set all its
9999 #
function back to default
values.
DAP CODE-- Direct access
to programming mode.
Valid only in the power-up 8080 #
delay period
USER PINs / Codes / Cards
whole group clearance
Code - Key in the Code
to clear all the users in the
Location
LOCATIONS:
10--- User Group 1
LOCATION NO. 0999 #
20--- User Group 2
30--- User Group 3
40--- Vistor Group
41--- Duress Group 1
42--- Duress Group 2
43--- Duress Group 3
Exit Programming Code
Mode = 0,
Door Forced
Open
Warning OFF
Mode = 0,
Propped-up
Warning OFF
#
CODE 2
Mode = 1
Momentary,
No warning
TIME = 0
No Delay
Time = 0,
No Alarm
#
#
Mode =
0 Keypad
Mode
RESULTS
System in Programming Mode
All programmed data are cleared
and back to the default values
except the Master Code
System in Programming Mode
Whole group of users in the
selected location are cleared
The system back to normal opration
after programming
**
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APPLICATION EXAMPLES
1) BASIC WIRINGS OF A STAND ALONE DOOR LOCK
HAA2866
NOTE:
Connect the 1N4004 as close as possible to the lock in parallel with the lock power terminals of the
lock to absorb the back EMF to prevent it from damaging the keypad. The 1N4004 is not required
if the electric lock is AC operated.
To avoid Electro-Static-Discharge from interfering with the operation of the keypad, always ground
the (-) terminal of the keypad to earth.
Always connect DOOR SENSOR terminal to (-) ground if not used.
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2) BASIC WIRINGS OF A STAND ALONE DOOR LOCK WITH INHIBIT AUTHORIZATION CODE
DK-2862
Use output 3 as authorization control. The owner may key in the user code 3 to stop the operation
of the electric lock in the night time or after office hour to prevent unauthorized access.
Set output 3 in Start / Stop mode (Programming Location 53 Output Mode =0) for ON-OFF
control.
Simply connect the "output 1 inhibit" (O/P 1 INHIB) terminal with output 3 as like the wiring diagram
shown. User code 1 is invalid while the "O/P 1 INHIB" terminal is shunted to ground with user code 3.
NOTE:
1) The Inhibit Authorization Control in this example is made up with hardware connection of Output
3 to the “Output 1 Inhibit” terminal. It gives inhibit function to all User PINs and Cards and the Egress
Button for Output 1 with the User PIN 3.
2) A software Inhibit function is also available in the keypad. It is made up with the
.The Inhibit function in this way gives to all User PINs and Cards for
SUPER USER PIN
Output 1 only but not to the Egress Button. Please see Location 02 for the details.
# 9
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3) BASIC WIRINGS OF AN INTER-LOCK SYSTEM USING TWO KEYPADS
DK-2862
DK-2862
An inter-lock system needs two door controllers. This application example uses two HAA2866 with
simple cross wire connection on their "Output 1 Inhibit" and "Inter-lock Control Output" terminals. It is
necessary to link up the "(-) GND" terminals of the two keypads as common ground to achieve the
inter-lock logical functions.
Use keypad to open the door from outside
Press egress button to open the door from inside
Connect the door magnetic sensors on the doors to monitor their positions
While door 1 is open, then, door 2 is forced to keep close, or vice versa
Use N.O. Relay output for fail-secure lock; and N.C. output for fail-safe lock
Please also see the "NOTE" stated in the Application Example (1)
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APPLICATION HINTS FOR THE AUXILIARY TERMINALS
(A) TAMPER N.C.
The tamper switch is Normally Closed while
the keypad is secured on gang box. It is
open when the keypad is removed from the
gang box. To prevent sabotage, connect
these terminals in series with a 24 hour N.C.
protection zone of an alarm system if required.
(B) DOOR SENS
a) D o o r A u t o R e l o c k - - T h e s y s t e m w i l l
immediately relock the door after a valid access
has been gained to prevent "tailgate" entries.
b) Door Forced-open Alarm -- The keypad will
generate alarm instantly if the door is forced to
open. Enable the function at Location 80.
With the help of a Normally Closed
door position sensor (usually a
magnetic door switch) on the door to
set up the following functions:
c) Door Propped-up Alarm -- The keypad will
generate alarm if the door is left open longer
than the pre-set delay time. Enable the function
at Location 81.
d) Inter-lock Control -- When the door is open,
the interlock output of the keypad will give a (-)
command to stop the other keypad in an interlock system.
e) Door Opening Alarm -- Door Opening Alarm
is designed for the emergency door only. It is
always given when the door is opened unless a
valid user code or card is used prior to the door
is opened. Enable the function at Location 91.
(C) ALARM OUTPUT -- SET THE "K OR A" JUMPER TO "A"
The Alarm Output switches to (-) ground in door forced to open or the door open after Egress
Delay. You may use it to turn ON an LED lamp and/ or a small buzzer to notify a guard; or
connect it to a 24 hour Normally Open protection zone of an alarm system. See Location 80
and Location 91 for more information about these functions.
Only one connection option is recommended. Make sure that the sink current does not
exceed the maximum rating of 100mA.
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(D) KEY ACTIVE -- SET THE "K OR A" JUMPER TO "K"
(a)
(b)
The Key Active Output switches to (-) ground
for 10 seconds whenever a key is touched.
You may use it to turn ON an LED lamp and
/or a small buzzer to notify a guard; or to
energize a relay to switch ON lights or trigger
an CCTV Camera to start recording.
Only one connection option is recommended.
Make sure the sink current does not exceed
the maximum rating of 100mA.
External power supply and isolation relay
are strictly necessary in driving high power
device, such as lights.
Make sure that the relay for switching ON
lights has high enough isolation between
high voltage and low voltage to prevent
damage of the keypad.
(E) DURESS OUTPUT
The Duress Output switches to (-) ground when duress code is entered. You may use it to turn
ON an LED lamp and/ or a small buzzer to notify a guard; or connect it to a 24 hour Normally
Open protection zone of an alarm system.
Only one connection option is recommended. Make sure that the sink current does not
exceed the maximum rating of 100mA.
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(F) OUTPUT 2
( i ) Shunting an N.C. Zone
Use the Normally Open (N.O.) output contact to shunt a Normally Closed (N.C.) protection
zone of an alarm system.
Set output contact to Start / Stop Mode (Programming Option 52, Output Mode=0).
( ii ) Alarm System Arm-Disarm Control
Use the (N.O.) or (N.C.) output contact to make arm-disarm control of an alarm system.
Consult your alarm control panel manual for the appropriate output contact to be used in
arm-disarm control.
Usually set output 2 to Momentary mode (Programming Option 521, Location 52, Output
Mode=1) for multi station systems and Start / Stop mode (Programming Option 520,
Location 52, Output Mode=0) for single station systems.
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APPENDIX
DRY CONTACT
A dry contact means that no electricity is connected to it. It is prepared for free connections.
The Relay Output contacts provided in this keypad system are dry contacts.
N.C.
Normally Closed, the contact is closed circuit at normal status. It is open circuit when active.
N.O.
Normally Open, the contact is open circuit at normal status. It is closed circuit when active.
TRANSISTOR OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT
An open collector output is equivalent to a Normally Open (N.O.) contact referring to ground
similar to a relay contact referring to ground. The transistor is normally OFF, and its output
switches to ground (-) when active. The open collector can only provide switching function
for small power but it is usually good enough for controlling of an alarm system. The Duress,
Inter-lock and Key Active/Alarm Outputs of the keypad are open collector outputs.
OPEN COLLECTOR
OUTPUT ---EQUIVALENT
Output switches to
ground when activated
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N.O. CONTACT
OUTPUT ---Output switches to
ground when activated
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