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ACT5prox
Operating & Installation Instructions
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ACT5prox Operating and Installation Instructions
Installation Notes
• Remember to Factory Default the ACT5prox before programming
• Remember to place the supplied varistor across the terminals of the door strike coil to protect the relay
contacts
• Don’t mount the ACT5prox units near RF sources (Eg mobile phones, radio transmitters, computer
monitors) or metal surfaces.
• Don’t power the unit from a switch-mode power supply. Use a linear regulated power supply.
• Never use the on-board relay to switch AC mains voltage. An external relay, electrically isolated from
the ACT5prox should be used for this purpose
• Remember to change the programming code.
• When ordering new cards or fobs specify ACTRFID. ACT5prox will NOT work with HID cards or
fobs.
Important
As with any Access Control system, always ensure there is an alternate means of escape in the event of
the unit failing to operate due to power loss or in the event of fire.
Product Specification
Number of Users
Supply Voltage
Current Consumption
Operating Temperature
Door Open Time
Relay Contact Rating
Controller Size
50 (50 unique PINs and 50 Cards)
12 - 24V AC or DC (linear PSU)
60mA (nominal), 100mA (maximum)
-10 to +50 degrees C
0 - 255 seconds
5A / 500Vac
Flush Mount 100 x 110 x 20 mm
Surface Mount: 100 x 110 x 35 mm
200 grams
High IP67
Rugged Polycarbonate housing with stainless steel keys
and potted electronics.
Controller Weight
Water Resistance
Construction
Ordering Information
Pin & Prox Reader:
Proximity Card:
Proximity Fob:
Proximity Half Shell Card:
Proximity & Magnetic Stripe Card:
ACT5prox
ACTProx ISO-B
ACTProx Fob-B
ACTProx HS-B
ACTProx DUO-B
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ACT5prox Operating and Installation Instructions
30 Second Programming Guide
(For typical Standalone System)
1. Enter Programming Mode.
On the digital keypad press button ✘. Input the programming code (default is 9999).
The LED will flash amber.
2. Change User 1 Code
On the digital keypad press button 0. Input 01 (for User 01). Input the new User 1
code (4 digits)
3. Add User 1 Card
On the digital keypad press button 5. Input 01 (for User 01). Present User 1’s card twice.
4. Change Programming code
On the digital keypad press button 0. Press ✔. Input the new programming code (4 digits)
5. Exit Programming Mode
On the digital keypad press button ✘. The LED turns red and programming mode
has been exited.
5. Record User Code and Card
Enter the details of the Users and their associated codes and card numbers on the User List at
the back of this manual.
The ACT5prox is now ready for normal use.
Note: The ACT5prox may be returned to its factory default condition at any time by entering the
programming mode and and pressing Button ✔ three times.
Unit C1, South City Business Centre,
Tallaght, Dublin 24, Ireland
Tel: 353-1-4662570 Fax: 353-1-4520427 UK Locall: 0845 300 5204
Web: http://www.accesscontrol.ie E-mail: tech@accesscontrol.ie
Copyright © 2007 Access Control Technology Ltd.
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Programming Summary
Code
0
1
2
5
6
7
Function
Change PIN code
Set Toggle Mode
Set Door Relay Time
Add User Card
Delete User’s Card
Delete Card Number
Default
1234 – User 1, 9999 - Programming Code
Off (Timed Relay)
5 seconds
30
31
32
Card or PIN
Card and PIN
Card and any PIN
On
Off
Off
40
41
Permanent Backlight
Auto Backlighting
On
Off
80
81
Check PIN User
Check Card User
ACT5prox Operation
The ACT5prox is a simple, easy-to-use access control unit combining digital keypad and proximity
technology. The unit supports up to 50 users, each with a unique PIN code and proximity card/fob.
Each unit is contained in rugged polycarbonate housing, with stainless steel keys and potted
electronics, allowing for indoor and outdoor installation. Keypad backlighting enhances the
ACT5prox functionality at night or in poor light conditions.
Programming the unit is achieved via the keys, LED and buzzer. Cards and PIN codes can be
programmed into the ACT5prox very quickly. ACT recommends that Users and their associated
PIN and Card are recorded in the User List at the end of the manual. Make copies of this sheet
and enter each Users details on it. This will allow users to be deleted later on, even if a card is lost or
a user forgets their PIN code. Blank User List forms can be downloaded from the Resource
Centre on the ACT website, www.accesscontrol.ie
A valid card or PIN will allow access through the ACT5prox unit. For maximum security, the unit
may be programmed to require all users to enter a PIN code after presenting a card.
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ACT5prox Programming
On the digital keypad press the button ✘ and input the programming code (initially 9999). The LED
will flash amber while in programming mode. To exit the programming mode either press button ✘ or
do not activate any key for 30 seconds.
• If the LED flashes green during programming, then a card presentation is expected.
• If the LED flashes red, then a keypress is expected.
• While the ACT5prox is busy performing a task, (eg. Defaulting memory, adding cards), the
green led will turn on and the buzzer will sound an elongated tone.
Changing User PIN Codes: Enter Programming Mode, then Press
Step
1
2
3
Keypad Entry
Operation
0
00-49
0000-9999
Change PIN codes
Enter 2 digit User Number 00-49
4 digit code – 0000 deletes User code
Example: Assign code 7529 to user 7
✘9999
0
07
7529
✘
Enter programming
Change PIN codes
User 7
PIN code
Exit programming
*Remember to update the user list document at the back of this manual after adding a PIN or Card
Adding Cards: Enter Programming Mode, then Press
Step
1
2
3
4
Keypad Entry
Operation
5
00-49
Present Card
Present Card
Add Card
First user to be assigned card
First Card in Batch (lowest number card) assigned to first user
Last Card in Batch (highest number card) assigned to last user
Cards may only be assigned to users that do NOT have a card already assigned. When adding cards to
the ACT5prox, check which users already have cards by using option 81 (see page 7).
Example: Assign card 0000200036 to user 21:
Keypad Entry
✘9999
5
21
Present card
Wait 2 seconds
Present Card
✘
Example: Assign card 0000200036 to user 21
using the keypad:
Operation
Keypad Entry
Enter programming
Add card
User 21
Card number 0000200036
✘9999
5
21
0000200036
0000200036
✘
Card number 0000200036
Exit programming
5
Operation
Enter programming
Add card
User 21
Enter 10 digit card number
Enter 10 digit card number
Exit programming
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Change Programming Code: Enter Programming Mode, then Press
Step
1
2
3
Keypad Entry
Operation
0
Press ✔
0000-9999
Change Programming code (Default 9999)
New 4 digit programming code
Set Door Relay Time: Enter Programming Mode, then Press
Step
1
2
3
Keypad Entry
Operation
2
0
✔
Set Door Relay Time – (default 5 seconds, maximum 255 seconds)
Buzzer sounds indicating timing… wait required period
End setting Door Relay Timer
Set Toggle Mode: Enter Programming Mode, then Press
Step
1
2
3
Keypad Entry
Operation
1
00-49
0 or 1
Set Toggle Mode
Enter 2 digit User Number 00-49
0 = Relay Toggle, 1 = Relay Timed
Example: Assign Toggle made to user 12
Deleting Userʼs Card: Enter Programming Mode, then Press
Step
1
2
3
✘9999
1
12
0
✘
Enter programming
Set Toggle Mode
User 12
Relay toggle
Exit programming
Keypad Entry
Operation
Example: Delete user 10’s card
6
00-49
00-49
Delete User’s Card
First user to delete
Last user to delete
✘9999
6
10
10
✘
Enter programming
Delete cards
User 10
User 10
Exit programming
Deleting Card Number: Enter Programming Mode, then Press
Step
1
2
Keypad Entry
Operation
7
10 digit card number
Delete card number
10-digit Card number with leading zeroes.
Eg. Card 54321, enter 0000054321
Check if User has no PIN Assigned: Enter Programming Mode, then Press
Step
1
2
Keypad Entry
Operation
80
00-49
Check if user has no PIN already assigned
User 0-49
Keypad will flash the green led and sound high-pitched tone if the user has NO
PIN code assigned. It will flash red and sound low-pitched tone, if the user has
a PIN code.
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Check if User has no Card Assigned: Enter Programming Mode, then Press
Step
1
2
Keypad Entry
Operation
81
00-49
Check for user with no card assigned
User 0-49
Keypad will flash the green led and sound high-pitched tone if the user has NO
card assigned. It will flash red and sound low-pitched tone, if the user has a card.
Programming ACT5prox Options Enter Programming Mode, then Press
Step
1
2
Option
Keypad Entry
Operation
30, 31,32,40 or 41
0 or 1
2 digit option number
0=Off, 1= On
Function
Default
Operation
30
Card or PIN
On
When set, a valid Card or valid PIN will open the door.
31
Card and PIN
Off
When set, only users with both a Card and PIN are admitted. Cards
are assigned to a particular user using the Adding Cards function
(function 5) and PINs are assigned using the Changing PIN Codes
function (function 0).
32
Card and any PIN
Off
In this mode, a valid card and any valid PIN code will open the
door. This mode allows all users to have a common PIN code to
use with their cards.
40
Permanent
Backlight
Off
When set, the keypad illumination is always on. This option will
override option 41 (Auto Backlighting)
41
Auto Backlighting
On
When set, the keypad illumination is normally off, but will switch
on in response to any key being pressed, or when a card is
presented or while in programming mode. This option is
overridden by option 40 (Permanent Backlight). To prevent any
illumination, turn off options 40 and 41.
Restoring Factory Defaults
Enter Programming Code followed by ✔✔✔. This restores the ACT5prox to its default settings.
If the Programming Code has been forgotten, it may be set to 9999 by:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the power from the unit.
Remove link LK1 at the back of the unit.
Apply power to unit.
Replace link LK1.
Programming Code is now set to 9999.
Note: The keypad will not operate correctly without LK1 in place.
Defaulting memory takes 3-4 seconds. During this time, the buzzer will sound an elongated tone.
7
8
N/O
N/C
Comm
0V
12-24V
AC/DC
Push Button
Note :
The ACT5prox may be powered
from 12 or 24V AC or DC.
Power
Supply Unit
Door Release
Button
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0V
+12V
Power up without link if
Programming code has been lost
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This illustration shows wiring
for normally de-energised
locks. If normally energised
locks are required, use the
N/C relay contacts .
Important!
Always Place Varistor
Across Lock Terminals
LK1
5A/250V ~AC
SCHRACK
12V = DC
Fig 1 ACT5prox Wiring Diagram for Door Strike Locks
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BATCH:
01XXACT5prox
SERIAL NUMBER
00XXX X
PRODUCT
9
Push Button
0V
12-24V
AC/DC
Note :
The ACT5prox may be
powered from 12 or 24V AC or DC.
Power
Supply Unit
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N/O
N/C
Comm
Door Release
Button
Power up without link if
Programming code has been lost
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This illustration shows wiring
for normally de-energised
locks. If normally energised
locks are required, use the
N/C relay contacts .
Break Glass
Unit (optional)
PRODUCT
Important!
Always Place Varistor
Across Lock Terminals
BATCH:
LK1
5A/250V ~AC
SCHRACK
12V = DC
Fig 2 ACT5prox Wiring Diagram for Mag Lock
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SERIAL NUMBER
01XXACT5prox
00XXX X
Screws
10
Security screw supplied with
the unit.
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Mounting plate is attached to the pattress
Place the cap onto
box using the screws supplied. Ensure
the unit and push
the corect spacers have been used to
firmly into place.
bridge the gap between the mounting
plate and the fixing wings of the pattress
Place the Reader / Keypad onto the surface mount
box to avoid the mounting plate being
collar and clip down into place.Use the security
distorted.
screw supplied to attach the unit to the surfce mount
collar.
Standard pattress
box.
View showing
spacers stacking
Note:
Determine the distance between the pattress
box and the mounting plate, using the spacers
which are labelled 1mm to 4mm. This allows
the installer to make the required spacer length,
from 1mm to 10mm, by stacking spacers.
View showing mounting plate
before spacers are broken away.
Spacers break
away from main
component when
required by
installer for use.
Fig32 Mounting instructions for flush mount unit
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The surface mount collar is
mounted on the wall using
the fixing kit supplied in
the box.
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Place the Reader / Keypad onto the
surface mount collar and clip down into
place.Use the security screw supplied to
attach the unit to the surfce mount colla
Place the cap onto
the unit and push
firmly into place.
Security screw supplied with
the unit.
Fig 43 Mounting instructions for surface mount unit
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User Name
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Card Number
PIN
User List
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Access Control Technology, Unit C1, South City Business Centre, Tallaght, Dublin 24, Ireland.
Tel: 353-1-4662570 Fax: 353-1-4520427 UK Locall: 0845 300 5204 Web: http://www.accesscontrol.ie E-mail: tech@accesscontrol.ie