Rosslare AC-020 Installation manual

Swipe Match-on-Card Family Readers
Installation Manual
Models:
AY-B1663
AY-B4663
November 2009
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1
2
Introduction ............................................................................... 3
General Overview ..................................................................... 5
2.1 Features .............................................................................. 5
3
4
5
6
Technical Specifications ........................................................... 6
Mounting Instructions .............................................................. 8
Wiring Instructions ..................................................................10
Configuring the Reader ...........................................................11
6.1 Configuration Procedure................................................... 11
7
8
Testing the Reader ...................................................................12
Modes of Operation .................................................................13
8.1 Boot Mode ........................................................................ 13
8.2 Configuration Mode ......................................................... 13
8.3 Standby Mode .................................................................. 13
8.4 Read Mode ...................................................................... 14
8.4.1 Valid Card / Fingerprint Read ...................................... 14
8.4.2 Invalid Card / Fingerprint Read ................................... 14
8.5 Lockout Mode................................................................... 15
Appendix A Limited Warranty ...................................................16
Appendix B Technical Support ...................................................18
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Introduction
1 Introduction
Mifare® Smart Card Fingerprint Swipe Sensor MOC (Match-OnCard technology, developed by Rosslare) Readers are
biometric fingerprint readers that are used with access control
systems. The Mifare® Smart Card Fingerprint Swipe Sensor MOC
Reader Family includes the following readers:
• AY-B4663
• AY-B1663
Figure 1: AY-B1663 Snail Mifare® Smart Card and Fingerprint Swipe
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®
Figure 3: AY-B4663 Rambo Mifare Smart Card and Fingerprint Swipe
This Installation Manual contains the following information:
• Overview
• Technical Specifications
• Mounting Instructions
• Wiring Instructions
• Configuring the Reader
• Testing the Reader
• Modes of Operation
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General Overview
2 General Overview
Mifare® Smart Card Fingerprint Swipe Sensor MOC Readers use
a Swipe type biometric sensor to check for 1:1 verification
between fingerprint data and a biometric template stored in a
Mifare® card. When verification is confirmed, the Reader then
transmits the Card ID or any ID stored in sector 0 or 15 to the
Access Controller, which compares the card ID to data stored
in the database and decides access granting.
The Readers are compatible with most Access Control
hardware, including the following hardware manufactured by
Rosslare Security Products: AC-015, AC-115, AC-020, AC-215,
AC-225, and AC-525.
2.1 Features
Mifare® Smart Card Fingerprint Swipe Sensor MOC Readers
include the following features:
• 3 different designs to accommodate customer
requirements and preferences
• 3 blue LEDs that flash in a pattern that leads users to swipe
fingers in the correct direction
• Designed for indoor use (swipe sensor protection required
for outdoor use)
• Support Back Tamper sensor and Tamper output signal
• Support Lockout feature for increased security
• Compatible with Mifare® (ISO 14443A) 1K and 4K cards
• Mifare® card followed by finger swipe reading
• Reads up to 2 fingerprint templates stored on the card
• Programmable data transmission formats
• Programmable LED control and buzzer control inputs
• Tamper output
• Compliant with the CE, UL, and FCC standards for
international distribution
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Technical Specifications
3 Technical Specifications
General Characteristics
Model Numbers
Output Formats
•
AY-B4663
•
AY-B1663
•
Wiegand 26 (default)
•
Wiegand 26 with facility code
•
Wiegand 32 reversed
•
Clock & Data
•
Wiegand 32
•
Wiegand 34
•
Wiegand 40
Read Range (max) 4 cm (1.6 inches)
Electrical Characteristics
Power Supply Type
Linear type - recommended
Input Voltage
5 - 16VDC
Absolute Maximum 18VDC
(non-operating)
Maximum Input
Current
Standby: 85 mA @ 12VDC
Read: 300 mA @ 12VDC
Tamper Output
Open collector, active low,
max. sink current 32mA
Maximum
Controller
Cable Distance
150 m (500 ft)
(using 18AWG shielded cable)
Frequency
13.56 MHz
Card Compatibility Mifare® ISO14443A-3 standard
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Technical Specifications
Environmental Characteristics
Operating Temp.
Range
-25°C to 60°C
-13°F to 140°F
Storage Temp.
Range
-40°C to 85°C
-40°F to 140°F
Operating Humidity 5% – 95% (non-condensing)
Dimensions
Reader
Height x Width x Depth
Weight
AY-B1663
85.4 x 50.6 x 27 mm
3.36 x 1.99 x 1.06 inch
65 g
2.3 oz.
AY-B4663
70.1 x 54.1 x 39.1 mm
2.76 x 2.13 x 1.54 inch
90 g
3.2 oz.
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Mounting Instructions
4 Mounting Instructions
Prior to starting, select the location where the controller unit is
to be mounted. Use the supplied drilling template to assist in
locating and drilling the appropriate holes.
AY-B1663
AY-B4663
Figure 4: Mounting orientations
Note:
Be sure to protect the swipe sensor when the Reader is
mounted outside.
To mount the Reader:
1. Determine an approximate surface location for the
Reader.
2. Peel off the back of the self-adhesive mounting label
template and place it on the required mounting location.
3. Using the template as a guide, drill two holes (of the size
indicated on the template) on the surface to mount the
Reader.
4. Insert a suitable wall plug into each hole.
5. Drill a 7/16” (10 mm) hole for the cable. If the surface is
metal, place a grommet or electrical tape around the
edge of the hole.
6. Unscrew and remove the case security screw at the
bottom using the security hex key.
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7. Carefully remove the snap-off front cover of the Reader to
reveal two screw holes.
AY-B1663
AY-B4663
Figure 5: Removing the Top Cover
8. Route the interface cable from the Reader to the
Controller.
Note:
The Reader can also be mounted using strong epoxy glue.
After application, firmly hold the Reader in place until the
glue dries.
9. Carefully re-attach the snap-off front cover of the Reader
and secure the case security screw at the bottom using the
security hex key.
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Wiring Instructions
5 Wiring Instructions
Mifare® Smart Card Fingerprint Swipe Sensor MOC Readers are
supplied with a 7- wire, 18-inch cable.
To connect the Reader to the Controller:
1. Prepare the Reader cable by cutting the cable jacket
back 1¼ inches, and by stripping the wires ½ an inch.
2. Prepare the Controller cable by cutting the cable jacket
back 1¼ inches, and by stripping the wires ½ an inch.
3. Splice the Reader pigtail wires to the corresponding
Controller wires (see Table 1), and cover each connection.
4. If the Tamper output is being utilized, connect the purple
wire to the correct input on the Controller.
5. Trim and cover all conductors that are not used.
Table 1: Wiring the Reader to the Controller
Color
Wiring
Black/ Shield
Ground
Red
Vin
Green
Data 0
White
Data 1
Brown
LED control
Orange
Buzzer control
Purple
Tamper
Note:
• The individual wires extending from the Reader are colorcoded according to the required Wiegand standard.
• When using a separate power supply for the Reader, this
supply and the Controller’s power supply must have a
common ground. A linear power supply is
recommended.
• Attach the cable Shield wire on the Reader to an earth
ground (best), or to a signal ground connection at the
panel or power supply end of the cable. This
configuration is best for shielding the Reader cable from
external interference.
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Configuring the Reader
6 Configuring the Reader
To provide the highest level of security, the Reader is
programmed to validate only Mifare® cards whose settings
correspond to the Master card that is used to configure the
Reader. The Master card controls the following settings:
• Card transfer format
• Mifare card Key A value
• LED and buzzer control enable
• Lock-out settings
• Transmission of Card Serial Number (CSN) or card ID from
dedicated sector
Note:
The Master card is configured using the Desktop
Programmer (CP-R25). Refer to the AS-B01 SW manual for
more details.
6.1 Configuration Procedure
It is recommended to configure the Reader one time only,
immediately following installation.
To configure the Reader:
1. Power up the Reader. The middle LED lights continuously for
8 seconds of boot loading. Then 3 long beeps are
generated, and all 3 LEDs flash simultaneously for 3
seconds. The Reader is in Configuration mode.
2. Within 30 seconds (while the Reader is still in Configuration
mode), present a valid Master card to the Reader. If the
configuration was valid, 3 short beep will be emitted, and
all 3 LEDs will flash 3 times at a fast rate, simultaneously. If
the configuration was not valid, an error beep is
generated. The Reader is configured to operate according
to the settings of the presented Master card.
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Testing the Reader
7 Testing the Reader
After wiring the Reader to the Controller and to a power
supply, test the Reader.
To test the Reader:
1. Power up the Reader. 3 long beeps are generated, and all
3 LEDs flash simultaneously for 3 seconds. After 30 seconds,
the LEDs illuminate alternately, from top to bottom.
2. Present the appropriate type of card to the Reader. If the
card is valid and contains a fingerprint template, a short
confirmation beep is generated, and all 3 LEDs will flash
indicating successful read.
3. Following the confirmation, the LEDs will turn on and off in a
fast circular mode, swipe your finger on the swipe sensor. If
the fingerprint matches the template on the card, three
short confirmation beeps are generated, and all 3 LEDs will
flash indicating successful read. If there is a mismatch, a
long, low beep is generated and the LEDs will turn off for
750mS.
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Modes of Operation
8 Modes of Operation
Mifare® Smart Card Fingerprint Swipe Sensor MOC Readers
have the following modes of operation:
• Boot mode (Reset)
• Configuration Mode
• Standby mode
• Read mode
• Lockout mode
8.1 Boot Mode
The Reader enters Boot mode upon power up or upon
restoration of power after a power failure where the loader
runs separately from the main application. During Boot mode,
which lasts for approximately four (4) seconds the middle LED is
lit and firmware upgrades can be performed.
8.2 Configuration Mode
After the Boot mode ends the unit LEDs (all 3) will flash
simultaneously 3 times for the duration of 3 seconds at a rate
of: 600on-600off-600on-600off-600on (ms) indicating that the
unit is in configuration mode. Configuration mode last for 30
seconds following the boot mode.
Note:
The Master card is configured using the Desktop Reader
(CP-R25) and the Card programmer and Fingerprint
enrollment. Refer to the AS-B01 SW manual for more
details.
See Configuring the Reader, on page 11, for more on reader
configuration
8.3 Standby Mode
The Reader enters Standby mode:
• After the Boot (reset) and configuration modes
• After the Lockout mode period
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• After a successful card or fingerprint read
During Standby mode, the LEDs turn on and off in circular
motion at a slow rate to indicate standby mode and the
Reader is ready for normal use.
8.4 Read Mode
The Reader enters Read mode when a user presents a Mifare®
card, followed by a swipe of the finger. The card and/or
fingerprint can have a valid or invalid value and / or match.
8.4.1 Valid Card / Fingerprint Read
When card and fingerprint reads are valid, the following
sequence occurs:
1. While the Reader is in Standby mode, a user presents a
Mifare card to the Reader.
2. A short beep (50 milliseconds) is generated, and the LEDs
will indicate a success flash, followed by all 3 LEDs flashing
in a fast circular motion, indicating that the reader is
waiting for the fingerprint swipe.
3. Swipe your fingerprint onto the fingerprint reader. When a
match is found, short beep (50 milliseconds) is generated,
and the LEDs will indicate a success flash.
Note:
If the user does not swipe their finger within 10 seconds,
the Reader returns to Standby mode and the user must
restart the identification procedure.
4. The data is transmitted to the Access Controller, according
to the Reader’s configured transmission format. The Reader
then re-enters Standby mode.
8.4.2 Invalid Card / Fingerprint Read
An invalid card or fingerprint read can occur when:
• The card is not verified.
• There is an error in fingerprint presentation (e.g., the user
swipes too fast).
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• There is a mismatch between the fingerprint and the
template (e.g., the user presents the wrong finger).
When a card or fingerprint read is invalid, the following
sequence occurs:
1. A user presents a Mifare® card to the Reader. This can
occur during Standby mode (at the beginning of the
identification procedure), or following a successful read of
the first means of identification.
2. If the card or fingerprint is wrong the LEDs will turn on and
the buzzer will emit a long, low, invalid indication beep
(750mS) is generated. After this time period, the user can
reattempt card or finger presentation.
3. If there are 5 invalid reads within 30 seconds, the Reader
enters Lockout mode.
If there are fewer than 5 invalid card / fingerprint reads
within 30 seconds, the Reader enters Standby mode.
Note:
When connected and operating with Rosslare’s controllers
and the AxTrax software, the readers send specific
messages when failures occur. Those messages appear
and can be handled on the AxTrax software:
•
Fingerprint data reading from card failed
•
Swipe sensor Fingerprint reading failed
•
Fingerprint swipe sensor / card verification failed
8.5 Lockout Mode
The Reader enters Lockout mode when there are number
invalid card and / or finger reads within a 30 second period.
During Lockout mode, all 3 LEDs flash simultaneously for 1
minute. After 1 minute, the Reader enters Standby mode.
Note:
5 is the default number of invalid reads before the Reader
enters Lockout mode. The number of invalid reads can be
programmed to be 1-10
1 minute is the default duration of Lockout mode. The
duration can be programmed to be 1-5 minutes.
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Limited Warranty
Appendix A
Limited Warranty
ROSSLARE ENTERPRISES LIMITED S (Rosslare) TWO YEARS LIMITED
WARRANTY is applicable worldwide. This warranty supersedes any other warranty.
Rosslare's TWO YEARS LIMITED WARRANTY is subject to the following conditions:
Warranty
Warranty of Rosslare's products extends to the original purchaser (Customer) of the
Rosslare product and is not transferable.
Products Covered By This Warranty and Duration
ROSSLARE ENTERPRISES LTD. AND / ORSUBSIDIARIES (ROSSLARE) warrants
®
that the AY-B1663, AY-B3663, and AY-B4663 Mifare Smart Card Fingerprint Swipe
Sensor Readers are free from defects in materials and assembly in the course of
normal use and service. The warranty period commences with the date of shipment to
the original purchaser and extends for a period of 2 years (24 Months).
Warranty Remedy Coverage
In the event of a breach of warranty, ROSSLARE will credit Customer with the price of
the Product paid by Customer, provided that the warranty claim is delivered to
ROSSLARE by the Customer during the warranty period in accordance with the terms
of this warranty. Unless otherwise requested by ROSSLARE ENTERPRISES LTD.
AND / OR SUBSIDIARIES representative, return of the failed product(s) is not
immediately required.
If ROSSLARE has not contacted the Customer within a sixty (60) day holding period
following the delivery of the warranty claim, Customer will not be required to return the
failed product(s). All returned Product(s), as may be requested at ROSSLARE
ENTERPRISES LTD. AND /OR SUBSIDIARY’S sole discretion, shall become the
property of ROSSLARE ENTERPRISES LTD. AND /OR SUBSIDIARIES.
To exercise the warranty, the user must contact Rosslare Enterprises Ltd. to obtain an
RMA number after which, the product must be returned to the Manufacturer freight
prepaid and insured
In the event ROSSLARE chooses to perform a product evaluation within the sixty (60)
day holding period and no defect is found, a minimum US$ 50.00 or equivalent charge
will be applied to each Product for labor required in the evaluation.
Rosslare will repair or replace, at its discretion, any product that under normal
conditions of use and service proves to be defective in material or workmanship. No
charge will be applied for labor or parts with respect to defects covered by this
warranty, provided that the work is done by Rosslare or a Rosslare authorized service
center.
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Limited Warranty
Exclusions and Limitations
ROSSLARE shall not be responsible or liable for any damage or loss resulting from
the operation or performance of any Product or any systems in which a Product is
incorporated. This warranty shall not extend to any ancillary equipment not furnished
by ROSSLARE, which is attached to or used in conjunction with a Product, or to any
Product that is used with any ancillary equipment, which is not furnished by
ROSSLARE.
This warranty does not cover expenses incurred in the transportation, freight cost to
the repair center, removal or reinstallation of the product, whether or not proven
defective.
Specifically excluded from this warranty are any failures resulting from Customer's
improper testing, operation, installation, or damage resulting from use of the Product
in other than its normal and customary manner, or any maintenance, modification,
alteration, or adjustment or any type of abuse, neglect, accident, misuse, improper
operation, normal wear, defects or damage due to lightning or other electrical
discharge. This warranty does not cover repair or replacement where normal use has
exhausted the life of a part or instrument, or any modification or abuse of, or
tampering with, the Product if Product disassembled or repaired in such a manner as
to adversely affect performance or prevent adequate inspection and testing to verify
any warranty claim.
ROSSLARE does not warrant the installation, maintenance, or service of the Product.
Service life of the product is dependent upon the care it receives and the conditions
under which it has to operate.
In no event shall Rosslare be liable for incidental or consequential damages.
Limited Warranty Terms
THIS WARRANTY SETS FORTH THE FULL EXTENT OF ROSSLARE ENTERPRISES
LTD. AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES’ WARRANTY
THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY MAY NOT BE VARIED BY ANY PERSON, WHETHER
OR NOT PURPORTING TO REPRESENT OR ACT ON BEHALF OF ROSSLARE.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS PROVIDED IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES. ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION,
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, ARE SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL ROSSLARE BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE
PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT, OR FOR ANY OTHER INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS
OF USE, LOSS OF TIME, COMMERCIAL LOSS, INCONVENIENCE, AND LOSS OF
PROFITS, ARISING OUT OF THE INSTALLATION, USE, OR INABILITY TO USE SUCH
PRODUCT, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT THAT ANY SUCH LOSS OR DAMAGE MAY BE
DISCLAIMED BY LAW.
THIS WARRANTY SHALL BECOME NULL AND VOID IN THE EVENT OF A VIOLATION
OF THE PROVISIONS OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
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Technical Support
Appendix B
Technical Support
Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa
Rosslare Security Products Headquarters
905-912 Wing Fat Industrial Bldg,
12 Wang Tai Road,
Kowloon Bay Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2795-5630
Fax: +852 2795-1508
E-mail: support.apac@rosslaresecurity.com
United States and Canada
1600 Hart Court, Suite 103
Southlake, TX, USA 76092
Toll Free:+1-866-632-1101
Local:+1-817-305-0006
Fax: +1-817-305-0069
E-mail: support.na@rosslaresecurity.com
Europe
Global Technical Support & Training Center
HaMelecha 22
Rosh HaAyin, Israel 48091
Tel: +972 3 938-6838
Fax: +972 3 938-6830
E-mail: support.eu@rosslaresecurity.com
South America
Pringles 868, 1640 Martinez
Buenos Aires
Argentina
Tel: +54 11 4798-0095
Fax: +54 11 4798-2228
Web Site: www.rosslaresecurity.com
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