TECHNICAL
Practice
TELECOM SOLUTIONS
Practice
FOR THE
ES-3
Entry System
Door Controller
2 1 S T C E N T U RY
September 27, 2002
Add Up To 32 Access Entry Points
To Vikings Accessible Entry System
Up to 32 additional points of entry may be added to Viking’s
model AES-2000 Accessible Entry System by adding the
optional AES-NET board. One ES-3, one Wiegand device
and a door strike or magnetic lock of your choice is required
for each additional entry point.
The ES-3 is an entry system door controller designed to operate a door strike or magnetic lock upon receiving a valid card
read from a Wiegand device. The Wiegand device used may
be the Viking model HID-1 Proximity Card Reader or any
other card reader, RF transmitter or digital keypad that outputs the 26 bit Wiegand format. Up to 525 valid Wiegand
codes can be programmed into the AES-2000, and up to
1024 access entry events are logged and stored in the AES-2000. Other programmable parameters, like
relay activation and delay times, are also PC programmed via the AES-2000.
Only one pair of wires are needed to wire all 32 Entry System Door Controllers back to the AES-2000.
This two wire CAN communication protocol allows the ES-3 to be installed up to 1 mile away. Power to
the ES-3 can also be daisy chained from unit to unit on a single pair of wires, or simply tap into the local
door strike’s power supply. A door sensor input monitors for a forced door or door ajar condition. A
Request to Exit input operates the doors for people leaving the controlled area. Three separate relay outputs allow control of Door Strikes,
Magnetic Locks, Gate Opener, Lights,
Camera and or Alarm.
Applications
Features
• Up to 525 tenants
• Up to 32 entry points are possible
• logs up to 1024 entry events
• Two wire CAN communication protocol can
be daisy-chaines together
• Share with door strike’s 12-24 Volt AC or DC
power source
• Inputs may be either normally open (NO) or
normally closed (NC) contacts
• Relay outputs may provide either normally
open (NO) or normally closed (NC) contacts
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Specifications
Power: Any 12-24 Volt AC or DC source @ 300mA (not included)
(Designed to share power with the local door strike’s power supply)
Dimensions: 133mm x 89mm x 44mm (5.25” x 3.5” x 1.75”)
Shipping Weight: 1.3 kg (3 lbs)
Environmental: 0° C to 32° C (32° F to 90° F) with 5% to 95%
non-condensing humidity
Relay Contact Ratings: 3A @ 30V DC/250V AC maximum
Connections: 18 screw terminals
Max CAN Length: 0.8 Km (2600 ft) - 24 AWG twisted pair, 1.6 Km,
(5300 ft) - using 2 pairs of 24 AWG twisted pair
Max Wiegand Length: 183 m (500 ft) - 24 AWG
Definitions
CAN Communications: A highly reliable two wire communication protocol originally developed for the automotive
industry.
Entry Point: A door or gate allowing access into a secure or controlled area.
Forced Door Condition: The door sensor input shows that the door has opened, without the ES-3 allowing for access.
Door is Ajar Condition: The door sensor input shows that the door remained open longer than a programmed amount of
time.
26 bit Wiegand Format: The industry standard data output protocol of access control card readers.
Installation
A. Basic Connections
VIKING ©
MODEL ES-3
VIKING
ELECTRONICS
HUDSON, WI 54016
Shunt Selections
ENTRY SYSTEM
DOOR CONTROLLER
Normally Open
- or -
ENTRY LOCATION
Normally Closed
STATUS LED
INPUTS
GROUP
RELAY OUTPUTS
0 1
2
EF
A
34 56
B CD
LO HI
7 8 9
POWER CAN
INPUT COMM
C
WIEGAND
DEVICE
JP6
C
JP4
C
JP5
C
C
JP1
JP2
JP3
RELAY
1
RELAY
2
RELAY
3
1
12-24V
AC or DC
CAN L
CAN H
L
H
CAN
BLK RED GRN WHT REQUEST DOOR
WEIGAND DEVICE
TO EXIT SENSOR
CAN communications
from AES-NET board
Up to 31 additional
ES-3 Controllers
may be added
Wiegand
Device
i.e. Proximity
card reader
Door Strike
power supply
12-24V
AC or DC
Doorstrike/
Magnetic Lock
A basic door access controlled entry point is wired as shown above. The ES-3 may share power with the attached door
strike or magnetic lock if the Voltage is between 12-24 Volts and an additional 300 mA of current is available.
Relays can be set as either Normally Open (NO), or Normally Closed (NC) using the shunt located directly behind the
relay screw terminals.
The Wiegand device (typically a proximity card reader) is fully supported (power and data) from the ES-3 and can be
installed up to 500 feet away using 24 gauge wire.
The ES-3 communicates with the AES-2000 through the AES-NET board via a two wire CAN Communication Bus.
CAN bus distances of up to 1/2 a mile (over 2600 feet) are achieved using common 24 gauge CAT-2 through CAT-5
wire, and 1 mile (5280 feet) is possible by doubling up on the 24 gauge twisted pair. In addition, up to 32 ES-3 entry
system door controllers may share the same CAN communication pair.
B. Advanced Features
VIKING ©
MODEL ES-3
VIKING
ELECTRONICS
HUDSON, WI 54016
ENTRY SYSTEM
DOOR CONTROLLER
Shunt Selections
Normally Open
- or -
ENTRY LOCATION
STATUS LED
INPUTS
GROUP
RELAY OUTPUTS
Normally Closed
0 1
2
EF
A
34 56
B CD
LO HI
7 8 9
POWER CAN
INPUT COMM
C
WIEGAND
DEVICE
JP6
C
JP4
C
JP5
C
C
JP1
JP2
JP3
RELAY
1
RELAY
2
RELAY
3
1
12-24V
AC or DC
L
H
CAN
BLK RED GRN WHT REQUEST DOOR
WEIGAND DEVICE
TO EXIT SENSOR
Door switch
Magnet
"Push to Open"
button, push bar
switch, or motion
sensor
Courtest
Lights
Alarm
Panel
- or -
- or -
Gate/Door
Opener
Security
Panel Lamp
- or Second
Door strike/
Magnet lock
- or Camera
- or Camera
The ES-3 can be wired with either a normally open or a normally closed Door Sensor switch by setting the shunt located directly behind the Door Sensor screw terminals to either Normally Open (NO), or Normally Closed (NC).
The ES-3 can be wired with either a normally open or a normally closed Request to exit device switch by setting the
shunt located directly behind the Request to Exit screw terminals to either Normally Open (NO), or Normally Closed
(NC).
Relay 2 can provide either a Normally Open (NO), or Normally Closed (NC) contacts to control a courtesy light, a
gate/door opener, a second door strike/magnetic lock, or start a camera. Use the shunt located directly behind the relay
screw terminals to set the normal state.
Relay 3 can provide either a Normally Open (NO), or Normally Closed (NC) contacts to trigger an alarm,activate a
security panel lamp, or start a camera. Use the shunt located directly behind the relay screw terminals to set the normal state.
Programming
A. Assignment
Each ES-3 (up to 32 total) must be assigned with its own unique entry point location identifier. With the shunt set to
Low Group, 16 different rotary switch positions are available. After these 16 have been used, set the remaining units
to the High Group for 16 more settings using the same rotary switch.
IMPORTANT: Do NOT set group shunts and rotary switches until the entire system is wired and powered up.
If an ES-3 is installed with a duplicate entry point location identifier, the Status LED will flash. Simply move the
shunt/rotary switch to a new position. The Status LED will momentarily go off, then come on steady to show it has its
own unique entry point location identifier.
B. ES-3
Each ES-3 and all valid card numbers must be programmed in the system for proper operation. This programming is
done through the telephone line interface of the AES-2000 using the PB-100 with special software. This allows either
remote programming from a distant location, or local programming using the Viking DLE-300 line simulator. The PB100 is connected to a serial port of a P.C. and Windows based software is used to enter relay activation times and alarm
conditions for each ES-3 and the valid card numbers in the AES-2000 data base.
Access the Remote Programmer software as described in the AES-2000 Technical
Practice. Proceed through the "Building Selection", "Apartment Selection", and
"Security Code" screens until the "Data Transmit" screen appears. Then click the "Entry
Points" button and the "Entry Point Quick Programming" screen will appear as shown
to the right. To start, select whether the ES-3 to be programmed is a low or high group
(shunt selectable), enter the rotary switch position, and click "Get Status".
If a "Network Error" is given, check that the Group Shunt and Rotary Switch assignment
match an actual installed ES-3, the ES-3 being programmed is powered up, and the
CAN bus connections are polarity correct (H & L). When all is OK, the existing parameters such as relay activation times and alarm conditions will appear. New values may
be entered and applied, or click the "Guide" button to walk through detailed programming instructions in the software itself.
After one ES-3 is programmed, select the next ES-3 to be programmed and continue until all entry points have been
programmed.
C. Access Cards
26 bit Wiegand Access Cards, such as the HID Proximity Card, identify themselves with a six digit number. The first
two digits are considered the Facility Code, and the last four digits are the Card Number. When programming the AES2000, enter this unique six digit number as the "Keyless Entry Code" for the person the card will be issued.
There are several limitations on the numbers used when the cards are programmed. The Facility code must be in the
range from 00-99. Numbers below 10 are generally used for demonstration purposes and should not be used. The
card numbers can range from 0000 to 9999. Once again, numbers below 1000 are for demonstration and should be
avoided. When entering the card number in the Keyless Entry Code box of the Apartment Select screen, the length of
the code must always be 6 digits.
For example: If the facility code is 9 and the card number is 23, then the programmed number “090023” must be entered
into the Keyless Entry Code Box for the given apartment.
Operation
The ES-3 Entry System Access Controller monitors the Wiegand device (ie. proximity card reader) for 26 bit Wiegand data.
When data is received, it is converted into CAN data and sent (up to 2000 feet away) to the AES-NET board through the
shared CAN two wire pair. The AES-2000 compares the data against its programmed data base and communicates back
to the originating ES-3 whether access is granted or not. If access is granted, Relay 1 and Relay 2 will activate per their
programmed delay and activation times. The Entry Point Location, time, and Card Number will all be logged in the AES2000. Relay 1 operates first and should be used to operate the door strike or magnetic lock. Relay 2 can be delayed from
Relay 1 to operate a gate / door opener, or a second door strike or magnetic lock for double entrance doors. Relay 2 may
also be programmed with longer times to operate courtesy lights or a camera.
If a "Push to Open" button, push bar switch, or motion sensor activates the Request to Exit input of the ES-3, the relays
will activate the same as if access is granted. No data is logged on a Request to Exit event.
If a door sensor switch is wired to the Door Sensor input of the ES-3 and the door remains open longer than the programmed Door is Ajar timer, Relay 3 will activate for either 1 second or until the door closes (programmable). This can be
used to set an alarm, light a security panel lamp, turn on a camera, etc.
If both a request to exit device and a door sensor switch are used, a Forced Door alarm condition may be selected. If the
door is opened other than by the ES-3, Relay 3 will activate for either 1 second or until the door closes (programmable).
LED’s are provided for the 2 inputs and the 3 relay outputs. Each LED is located behind its associated screw terminals.
The LEDs will remain off showing the idle state, and turn on when its associated input/output is triggered/activated.
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Due to the dynamic nature of the product design, the information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Viking Electronics, and its affiliates and/or
subsidiaries assume no responsibility for errors and omissions contained in this information. Revisions of this document or new editions of it may be issued to incorporate
such changes.
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