Rosslare AC-215 Installation guide

AC-215
Single and Double Door
Access Control Unit
Hardware Installation Guide
September 2003
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Table of Contents
Introduction to the AC-215 ACU ...................................................................................... 1
Main Features..................................................................................................................................................2
Software ...........................................................................................................................................................4
Technical Specifications................................................................................................... 5
Electrical Specifications ..................................................................................................................................5
Inputs and Outputs ............................................................................................................ 7
Inputs ...............................................................................................................................................................7
Outputs.............................................................................................................................................................8
Readers .........................................................................................................................................................10
Dipswitch Settings Configuration ................................................................................. 11
Single Door Controller ..............................................................................................................................12
Double Door Controller.............................................................................................................................13
Communications .............................................................................................................. 15
RS232 Connection to the PC...................................................................................................................16
RS485 Connection to the PC...................................................................................................................16
Wiring ................................................................................................................................ 18
Proximity Readers .........................................................................................................................................22
AY-X09 Series PIN Readers....................................................................................................................22
AY-X11 Series Prox Readers w/ Bell ......................................................................................................22
AY-X12 Series Prox Readers ..................................................................................................................23
AY-X12 Series Prox Readers ..................................................................................................................23
AY-X19 Series Pin & Prox Readers ........................................................................................................24
AY-L23 RF Reader ...................................................................................................................................24
Appendix ........................................................................................................................... 25
Power Supply Specifications ......................................................................................... 29
Transformer ...................................................................................................................................................28
PS-14 Power Supply.....................................................................................................................................28
PS-14 Power Supply Indication....................................................................................................................28
PS-14 Power LEDs .......................................................................................................................................29
Index .................................................................................................................................. 30
Technical Support ........................................................................................................... 32
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About this manual
This manual is intended for anybody installing and or commissioning the AC-215
access control system.
! We recommend that this manual be read in full before the Veritrax software and
AC-215 Access Control System installed.
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Introduction to AC-215 ACU
The AC-215, access control system, and the Veritrax PC software are combination that gives
full control over the entrances of your premises. Veritrax software supports control for both
single and double door entrances where up to 32 AC-215 Access Control Units (ACU) can be
monitored.
AC-215 employs the latest technology to meet the requirements of the market. Up to 64 doors
and 5000 users can be supported using the Veritrax software. The product’s flash memory
enables easy firmware upgrades.
Veritrax software, which is user friendly and intuitive, defines settings and event logs. A single
server, communicating to and from the ACU, can serve unlimited network clients.
The system’s database is saved in the server. The database can be set to backup and can
import/export previous configurations. Clients are able to modify the database, for example,
define new employees and/or their access permissions.
Veritrax can be run on Windows 98, 2000, NT and XP.
The following diagram is an example of how the Veritrax and AC-215 system can be set up.
RS485/232
Converter
RS232
AC215
Single Door
RS485
AC215
Double Door
AC215
Single Door
RS485
RS485
AC215
Up to 32 ACUs
Maglock
Door
Monitor
Exit
button
Reader
Door 1
Reader,
Keypad
&
Door
Release
2 readers
for
Reader In
&
Reader
Out
Door 2
Door 3
Exit
button
Reader,
Keypad
&
Door
Release
Door 4
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Main Features
AC-215
!
Two IN/OUT readers
!
Four Inputs
!
Four Outputs
!
Optional secure mode that requires card and PIN entry
!
Antipassback real and time with forgive feature
!
Up to 4 different site codes
!
Automatic operation by time zone for every output
!
Optional first person delay before automatic door unlocking
!
Optional expanded lock operation time
!
Activated auxiliary output by reader transactions or authorized users
!
Door and panel Alarms - door forced , door held open, door held open alert and tamper
alarm
!
Programmable relock when opening/closing doors
!
Man trap door in double door configuration
!
Built in sounder generator for chime, bell and siren signals
System
!
Up to 32 ACU can be connected together
!
Controls up to 64 doors
!
5000 users
!
5000 log events
!
64 holidays
!
32 time zones
!
128 access groups
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AC-215 Single and Double Door Access
The access to an entrance is first set as either single or double door in the Veritrax software,
this definition is then downloaded to the panel.
"
Single Door Controller
This access type has two readers, IN or OUT
Outputs:
Door lock strike
Auxiliary output
Alarm output
General purpose output
Inputs:
Release to exit
Door monitor input
Tamper input
General purpose input
"
Double Door Controller
This access type has two readers, IN or OUT
Outputs:
Door 1 lock strike
Door 1 alarm output
Door 2 lock strike
Door 2 alarm output
Inputs:
Release to exit door1
Door 1 monitor input
Release to exit door 2
Door 2 monitor input
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Software
Veritrax software is user friendly and intuitive. Its graphic interface is used to define settings,
which are downloaded to the ACU and event logs which are uploaded to the PC to generate
reports. A single server, which communicates to and from the ACU, can serve unlimited
network clients.
The system’s database is saved in the server. The database can be set to backup and can
input/export previous configurations. Clients are able to modify the database, for example,
define new employees and their access permissions.
The software enables features to be added as and when they are required. The modular
software enables the user interface to be as powerful and strong as required and yet remains
simple to use. The software can be set for automatic backup on a periodic basis.
Veritrax can be run on Windows 98, 2000, NT and XP.
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Technical Specifications
This chapter discusses the technical specification required for the system.
Electrical Specifications
Main Unit
Operating Voltage:
12V DC 0.5A
From PS-14
Maximum Input Current:
(Not including attached devices)
Standby: 125mA
Maximum: 325mA
Outputs
Relay Outputs:
5A Relay N.O. and N.C. options
Inputs
General Inputs:
High impedance active low inputs. Maximum voltage:
5V DC
Reader's Electrical
requirements:
Voltage: 12V DC
Max Current: 300mA
Indicators and Annunciators
Visual:
8 LEDs
Audio:
Built in sounder (Bell, Chime and Siren)
Speaker's Electrical
Characteristics:
8 ohm, 750mW
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Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature:
-25°F to 145°F (-31°C to 63°C)
Operating Humidity:
0 to 95% (Non-condensing)
Mechanical Specifications
Enclosure's Dimensions:
10.4” (264mm) L x 13.2” (334mm)
W x 3.4” (84.5mm) D
Weight:
8.31 lbs (3.77 kg)
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Inputs and Outputs
This chapter discusses the AC-215 ACU input and output requirements.
Inputs
Release to Exit Button (REX)
REX enables quick exit from a premises. The following should be defined:
Single door controller:
Door 1 - IN1
Double door controller:
Door 1 - IN 1
Door 2 - IN 2
Usually the REX input is connected to a push button that is located inside the premises. The
push button opens a door without reading a proximity card or PIN code.
Generally, the REX is located in a convenient position, for example, near Reception, and is
always set as enabled in the Veritrax software.
Door Monitor
The Door Monitor connects to a door’s micro switch for door status monitoring. The following
should be defined:
Single door controller:
Door 1 - IN1A
Double door controller:
Door 1 - IN 1A
Door 2 - IN 2A
Two alarm states can be generated:
!
Forced alarm- When the door is forcibily opened by unauthorized persons
!
Door held open alarm- When the door is open for a period exceeding the lock strike
programmed open time
A Door held open alert can be generated by activating chime on speaker to remind that the
door should be close.
After the ACU enables access, the lock is activated according to its programmed time until one
of the following occurs:
!
The ACU stops lock activation immediately after the door opens
!
The ACU waits for the door to close. (This can help to reduce tailgating)
When the door open time period expires the ACU ends lock activation.
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Tamper
The Tamper input connects to a tamper micro switch assembled within the ACU panel. The
following should be defined:
Single door controller:
Door 1 – IN2
Tamper input is activated when the panel is opened through vandalism. The system has two
additional tamper inputs on the reader terminals.
General
The General input connect to any general-purpose dry contact input.
Single door controller:
Door 1 – IN2A
This function can be used when activating the general-purpose output connections (for
example, alarm sensors, monitoring power supply failure, etc.). The ACU reports activation if
this input changes status.
The system has four output relays. Their contacts are voltage free and rated 5A at 12V AC or
DC. This indicates that output is very versatile and can operate virtually any electrical
equipment including Fail Open and Fail Close locks, electric gates and so on.
Outputs
We recommend using a suppression diode for all outputs.
Door Lock
There are two types of door locking devices:
!
Fail open (fail secure)
!
Fail close (fail safe)
! The user can select either normally open or normally closed output contacts.
The following should be defined:
Single door controller:
Door 1 – OUT1
Double door controller:
Door 1 – OUT1
Door 2 – OUT2
The output can sink current from any power supply (see page 28). In a time zone door locking
is activated in the following modes:
!
Grant Access
!
Automatic Relock
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Door Alarm
This output is activated when either an alarm occurs in the system, or automatically by a time
zone. The following should be defined:
Single door controller:
Door 1 – OUT1A
Double door controller:
Door 1 – OUT1A
Door 2 – OUT2A
The output can be activated for a specified time and closes when the timer ends
Auxiliary
This output is activated when a transaction occurs in the readers that are either associated
with auxiliary, or automatically by a time zone. The following should be defined:
Single door controller:
Door 1 – OUT2
The output has two activations modes:
!
Time – active for a specified time and closes when the timer ends.
!
Toggle – active for every change in the output trigger. The trigger changes state.
General
This output is usually related to the general input or automatically by a time zone. The
following should be defined:
Single door controller:
Door 1 – OUT2A
The output has three activation modes:
!
Follow input – output follows the input state
!
Toggle – active for every change in the output trigger. The trigger changes state
!
Time – active for a specified time and closes when the timer ends
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Card Readers
Two card readers can be connected to the ACU. The following should be defined:
Single door controller:
Door 1 – Reader 1 IN/OUT/auxiliary
Reader 2 IN/OUT/auxiliary
Double door controller:
Door 1 – Reader 1 IN/OUT
Door 2 – Reader 2 IN/OUT
The readers can be assigned to a single or double door controller’s door as an IN or OUT
reader and can activate the auxiliary output in a single door configuration.
The reader’s tamper connects to the ACU and can generate an alarm. The reader’s green
LED input is activated by the ACU when in the Card and PIN secure mode to inform the user
to enter his personal PIN number after entering his card.
Keypad
Two keypads can be alternatively connected to the ACU on Reader1 and Reader2 terminals.
The following should be defined:
Single door controller:
Door 1 Keypad - Reader 1 IN/OUT
Keypad - Reader 2 IN/OUT
Double door controller:
Door 1 Keypad - Reader 1 IN/OUT
Door 2 Keypad - Reader 2 IN/OUT
The keypad type must be a Rosslare format keypad.
A keypad has to be connected for any reader mode that requires PIN code entries, such as
Card or PIN, PIN only or Card and PIN (Secured mode).
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Dipswitch Settings
Configuration
The ACU Dipswitch controls a number of operating parameters including the device address
and baud rates for serial communication.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
! Power down the ACU before making changes in the dipswitch settings. Restart the ACU
after modifications are made. The new settings are automatically defined after power up.
The following is a list of dipswitch numbers and their functions:
Dipswitch
Function
1-2
Set ACU baud rate
3
Sets ACU type (single door or double door controller)
4-8
Set ACU address
ACU Baud Rate
The ACU serial port baud rate, set in dipswitches one and two, defines the communication
speed for connecting with a PC in a network connection .
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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The following lists switch 1 and 2 status and baud rate:
Switch 1
Switch 2
Baud Rate
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
9600
19200
38400
56000
!
The ACU baud rate must be identical to the host PC’s serial port baud rate
ACU Type
The ACU type is defined using the third dipswitch. Both the single and double can be set.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
!
Off - defines single door controls
!
On - defines a double door controls
Single Door Controller
This access type has two readers, IN and OUT, as follows:
Outputs:
Door lock strike
Auxiliary output
Alarm output
General purpose output
Inputs:
Release to exit
Door monitor input
Tamper input
General purpose input
!
For more information refer to the Input Output chapter, page 7.
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Double Door Controller
This access type has two readers, IN and OUT, as follows:
Outputs:
Door 1 lock strike
Door 1 alarm output
Door 2 lock strike
Door 2 alarm output
Inputs:
Release to exit door1
Door 1 monitor input
Release to exit door 2
Door 2 monitor input
ACU Addressing
The dipswitch is used to select the binary coded ACU address.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
! The ACU address is defined in the Veritrax software. For successful communications, the
dipswitch must be defined with the same address.
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The following table gives all the 32 dipswitch settings available.
Address
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
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Communications
Communication lines are used to upload and download information between the ACU and the
Veritrax software. Communication between the ACU and PC is displayed by the system’s two
LEDs.
!
The RX LED flashes when the controller receives data
!
The TX LED flashes when the controller transmits data
! The ACU address is defined in the Veritrax software. For successful communications, the
dipswitch must be defined with the same address.
There are two connection modes:
!
Serial
" RS232
" RS485
!
LAN
Serial Connection
The PC Serial Port controlling the ACU is assigned in the Network Properties in the Veritrax
software. By default the default is set to 9600 for direct connection to the PC using the
standard RS232 interface.
"
RS232 Connection
ACU
DB9 Connector
DB25 Connector
GND
Pin 5
Pin 7
Tx
Pin 2
Pin 3
Rx
Pin 3
Pin 2
! The RS232 connection can only be used for one ACU. The distance between the PC and
ACU can be no more than 150 feet (50 meters). If the baud rate is increased to 56000 the
distance can be up to 30 feet (10 meters). J1 must be in the right position to select the RS232
communication.
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RS485 Connection to the PC
Up to 32 ACU's can be linked together and connected to a single communication port on the
PC.
The RS485 interface must be used when multiple controllers are connected. The serial port
used to control the ACU is assigned in the Veritrax software Network Properties dialog box.
ACU supports the two-wire RS485 interface. RS485 interface enables the distance between
the ACU and PC to be extended up to 4000 feet (1300) meters. The data line wiring must be
in daisy chain formatting with one control unit following another. The first ACU connecting to
the PC must use the MD14 RS485 to RS232 adaptor.
"
Daisy Chain
Communication lines must be wired in daisy chain format with one ACU following another.
ACU #1
J1 left position
ACU #2
J1 left position
4 3 2 1
!
"
ACU #3
J1 left position
4 3 2 1
4 3 2 1
J1 must be in the left position.
Termination Resistors
At each end of the data line a termination resistor of 130 ohm is required across the L1 and L2
connections.
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Communication through the Local Area Network (LAN)
The TCP/IP connection, used to control the ACU, is assigned in the Veritrax software’s Network
Properties dialog box.
The PC running the VeriTrax software can communicate with the ACU through the LAN card
inside the PC. The ACU connects to the LAN using Rosslare MD-N32 TCP/IP to RS232
gateway converter. MD-N32 can be connected in any legal network address in the Local Area
Network.
The following type of connection is used when a LAN network already exists and therefore the
long RS485 network is not required. This schematic illustrates the connection of a single
AC215 to the PC using the LAN network.
MD-N32 must be first configured by Rosslare's Netconfig software. The setting is stored in a
non volatile memory in the MD-N32.
AC215
MD-N32
RS 232
Ethernet
Multiple ACUs can be connected by adding an RS485 converter (MD-14) between the RS485
ACUs network and MD-N32 converter.
MD-N32
TCPIP/RS232
Converter
Ethernet
!
MD-14
RS232/RS485
Converter
RS 232
RS 485
AC215 #1
AC215 #2
RS 485
Up to 32 panels
For more information please refer to MD-N32 data sheet and Rosslare Netconfig software.
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Wiring
Inputs
The following diagrams illustrate wiring for four AC215 inputs. For further details refer to the
Inputs and Outputs chapter page 7..
General purpose input
Normally opened switch
IN 2A
IN 1A
Tamper input
Normally closed switch
READER 2
OUT 2A
0UT 1A
Door monitor
Normally closed
READER 1
IN 2
IN 1
OUT 2
OUT 1
Release to
Exit normally
opened switch
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Outputs
The following diagrams illustrate wiring for two main types of 12VDC electric release
mechanisms. Other electrical devices can be switched using the voltage free relay contacts. .
Door Lock – Fail Closed
IN 1A
0UT 1A
(+) 12-24AC/DC
(-) 12-24 AC/DC
Alarm
READER 1
IN 1
OUT 1
Lock
Diode IN4004
(+) 12VDC
(-)
Door Lock – Fail Open
READER 1
IN 1
(-) 12VDC
(+) 12VDC 1.5A
OUT 1
Diode IN4004
Fail open
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Power Supply
The following diagram illustrates wiring between the PS-14 power supply and the AC215. It is
recommended to add a 12VDC lead acid backup battery to backup power if the main fails.
If the main output is 12VDC wire it to the (PS-14), otherwise support your power supply
according to output requirements.
For further information refer to the Output requirements page 7..
~
VEN
~
16VAC
+VBAT
Tamper (-)
(-)12UDC
(+)
12UDC
(-)
1.5A
+
12VDC
(-)
0.5A
230/16
VAC
Back up
Battery
IN 1
+
-
Reader
Proximity and keypad readers are supplied with a limited cable. The color of the cable
covering represents the cable’s function. .
! When extending cable distance be careful with the color of the cable cover. The distance is
limited by the Wiegand standard.
READER 1
Purple
Brown
White
Green
Black
Proximity Reader
Red
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Key
+V
Red
(-)
Black
D0
Green
D1
White
G.LED
Brown
Tamper
Purple
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Accessories
Proximity Readers
AY-X09 Series PIN Readers
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AY-C09 / AY-D09
!
For indoor use
!
Slim stylish design (Mullion)
!
Includes LED indicator
!
Audible buzzer indicator
!
Built in tamper (w/ Rosslare controllers)
!
Includes bell button (w/ Rosslare controllers)
AY-X11 Series Prox Readers w/ Bell
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AY-C11 / AY-D11
!
Reading distance: 8 to 10cm
!
RF modulation: ASK at 125 kHz
!
For indoor use
!
Slim stylish design (USA gang box)
!
Bi-color light indicator
!
Audible buzzer indicator
!
Built in tamper (w/ Rosslare controllers)
!
Includes bell button (w/ Rosslare controllers)
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AY-X12 Series Prox Readers
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AY-C11 / AY-D11
!
Reading distance: 8 to 10cm
!
RF modulation: ASK at 125 kHz
!
For indoor use
!
Slim stylish design (USA gang box)
!
Bi-color light indicator
!
Audible buzzer indicator (w/ Rosslare controllers)
!
Built in tamper (w/ Rosslare controllers)
AY-X12 Series Prox Readers
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AY-H12 / AY-J12 / AY-K12 / AY-L12 / AY-M12
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Reading distance: 7 to 12cm
!
RF modulation: ASK at 125 kHz
!
For outdoor use
!
Slim stylish design (UK or USA gang box, Mullion)
!
Bi-color light indicator
!
Includes LED control input
!
Audible buzzer indicator
!
Built in tamper output
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AY-X19 Series Pin & Prox Readers
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AY-C19 / AY-D19
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Reading distance: 8 to 10cm
!
RF modulation: ASK at 125 kHz
!
For indoor use
!
Slim stylish design (USA gang box)
!
Bi-color light indicator
!
Audible buzzer indicator
!
Built in tamper (w/ Rosslare controllers)
!
Includes bell button (w/ Rosslare controllers)
AY-L23 RF Reader
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AY-L23
!
Read range: 70 meters (200 feet)
!
For outdoor use (waterproof)
!
Frequency 433MHz
!
Slim stylish design (Mullion)
!
Bi-color LED indicator
!
LED control
!
Audible buzzer indicator
!
Size: 145mm x 43mm x 20mm
!
Used with the SA-26 wireless remote
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Appendix
Connecting Between MD-N32 & AC-215
Hardware Requirements
! Standard LAN cable - RJ45 plugs in both sides.
! Rosslare's MD-14.
! Rosslare's MD-N32 (only one unit required).
! Rosslare's AC-215.
Instructions Manual
Notes
1. The next connection instructions relates to an example of connecting
one unit of Rosslare's AC-215 to one unit of MD-N32.
The AC-215 is managed by a PC, running Rosslare's VeriTrax
PC S/W. This PC has to connected to the same LAN which the
MD-N32 was connected.
2. Before setting – ask your network administrator for one, free IP
Addresses and subnet mask, which has to be used here.
Connections
1. Connect the MD-N32 to the LAN by using the LAN cable through the
RJ-45 connector. Make sure that the LINK LED (Green) is on.
2. Connect the AC-215's RS-485 outlet to Rosslare's MD-14 (RS485 to
RS-232 Converter) .
Connect the DB9 jack of the MD-14 to the DB9 jack of the MD-N32.
Note : Make sure that J1 is set to RS485 Mode. If you make any
changes, resetting the AC-215 is necessary.
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Running the MD-32 configuration Software
1) Run the PC software: "IIM_CfgTool".
2) Click on the tab: "Search".
Make sure that you see the right MD-N32's MAC Address on
the “Board List” area .
3) Select the MAC Address of the unit that connects to the AC-215.
4) Make sure to empty the "Debug mode" tab (must to do when working with AC-215).
5) At the "Network Configuration" area, type the IP Address and Subnet which the
network administrator supplied you.
6) In the "Channel Configuration" area, leave the "use client mode only" empty.
At the tab of the "Listen Port " type 1000.
At the tab of "Server" type again the same IP Address and the
number of the Port (1000).
7) In the "Serial Configuration" area type the serial configuration (Usually:
9600/None/8/1/None).
8) Click the "Set Up" tab to send the configuration to the unit.
∗ Configuration Example
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Running and configuring VeriTrax
On the PC (That connects to the same LAN as the MD-N32)
run the VeriTrax SW.
Configure a new Network .The network type should be TCP/IP
(as shown on the example below).
Type the same IP Address and port number that you configured on the MD-N32.
Press OK .
Configure a new Panel and Press OK .
Note: The examples below relates to a VeriTrax SW which don't have any previous
defined networks and panels.
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Power Supply Specifications
ACU uses the PS-14 power supply.
Transformer
Input voltage:
230V AC
Output voltage:
16V AC
Output current:
Maximum: 2.5A (40VA)
PS-14 Power Supply
Input voltage/current:
16V AC/2.5A
From transformer
Output voltage1:
Backup battery charger
Output voltage #2:
13.8V
(12VDC/300mA)
12VDC/0.5A
ACU
Output voltage #3:
12VDC/1.8A
To lock strike
PS-14 Power Supply Indication
Tamper output:
(open collector)
Indicates faulty power
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PS-14 Power LEDs
Power in (AC) Green LED1
Main power
Power out (DC) Red LED2
Low voltage
Charger (BAT) Red LED3
Back up battery low voltage
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Index
A
AC215 Single Door Controller, 13
AC315 Dual Door Controller, 14
Accessories
AY-L23 Readers, 26
AY-X09 Series PIN Readers, 24
AY-X11 Series Prox Readers w/ Bell, 24
AY-X12 Series Prox Readers, 24, 25
AY-X19 Series PIN and Prox Readers, 26
ACP Addressing, 14
ACP Baud Rate, 12
ACP Type, 13
Auxiliary, 10
Inputs and Outputs, 8
Auxiliary, 10
Door Alarm, 10
Door Lock, 9
General, 9, 10
Tamper, 9
K
Keypads, 11
M
Main Features
ACP, 2
System, 2
C
Communication through the Local Area Network
LAN, 19
Communications, 16
Communication Networks, 16
Communication through the Local Area
Network LAN, 19
Connections, 16
Network Architecture, 14
Serial Connections, 16
Connections, 16
D
Dipswitch Settings, 12
Door Alarm, 10
Door General, 10
Door Lock, 9
Door Monitor, 8
N
Network Architecture, 14
AC215 Single Door Controller, 13
AC315 Dual Door Controller, 14
ACP Addressing, 14
ACP Baud Rate, 12
ACP Type, 13
Dipswitch Settings, 12
O
Outputs, 5, 21
P
Power Supply, 22, 27
Power Supply Indication, 27
PS-14 Power LEDS, 28
E
Electrical Specifications, 5
G
General, 9
R
Reader, 22
Readers, 11
Release to Exit Button (REX), 8
S
I
Indicators and Annunciators, 5
Inputs, 5, 20
Serial Connections, 16
Single and Dual Door Access, 3
AC215 Single Door Controller, 3
AC315 Dual Door Controller, 3
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T
Tamper, 9
Technical Specifications, 27
Electrical Specifications, 5
Indicators and Annunciators, 5
Inputs, 5
Outputs, 5
Power Supply, 27
Power Supply Indication, 27
Power-14 LEDS, 28
Transformer, 27
Technical Support, 31
Transformer, 27
V
Veritrax
Main Features, 2
Software, 4
Veritrax - Introduction, 1
W
Wiring, 20, 21, 22
Inputs, 20
Outputs, 21
Power Supply, 22
Reader, 22
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Technical Support
International Web Site
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IL 60018
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Email: support@rosslare.net
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