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IQ-400 - Series Intelligent Access Control Systems
Installation Manual
33-10057-001
REV: C
PCSC
3541 Challenger Street
Torrance, CA 90503
Phone: (310) 303-3600
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www.1pcsc.com
First Edition:
July 2006
Revision B:
May 2007
Revision C:
August 2008
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Publication Number: 33-10057-001-C
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0.1 Board Diagrams
0.1.1
The IQ-400 Printed Circuit Board Wiring Diagram
NOTE: When communication via LAN, the PCB is referred to as an IQ400E
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0.1.2 Four-Door Expansion Board
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0.1.3 Eight-Door Expansion Board
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0.1.4 OUT Expansion Board
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0.1.5 ALM Expansion Board
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0.1.6 SAM Board
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0.2 Table of Contents
1.0 Introduction .......................................................................................1
2.0 Unpacking the IQ-400 ......................................................................iii
2.1 Unpacking the IQ-400.....................................................................................................iii
2.2 Visual Inspection ............................................................................................................iii
3.0 Installing Power ..............................................................................vii
3.1 Installing Power .............................................................................................................vii
3.1.1 Installing Power- 3.0 Amp .....................................................................................................vii
3.1.2 Installing Power- 6.0 Amp .....................................................................................................vii
3.1.3 Figure - PCSC 3.0 Amp Power Supply ................................................................................viii
3.1.4 Figure - PCSC 6.0 Amp Power Supply ..................................................................................ix
3.1.5 Resetting the IQ-400 to Default Values...................................................................................x
4.0 Wiring Your Readers ........................................................................xi
4.1 Grounding Your Readers ................................................................................................xi
4.2 Properly Routing Your Cables ........................................................................................xi
4.3 Grounding the Power and Data Lines ...........................................................................xii
4.3.1 Procedure .............................................................................................................................xii
4.3.2 Proper Surge Protection for the IQ .....................................................................................xiv
4.4 Grounding the Pin Pad or Reader .................................................................................xv
4.4.1 Procedure .............................................................................................................................xv
4.4.2 Grounding the Reader Mullion Mount ...................................................................................xv
5.0 Reader Connections ......................................................................xvi
5.0.1. Reader Disconnect Resistors..............................................................................................xvi
5.1 Reader Connections: BR-350 Readers: IQ-400 Board ................................................xvii
5.2 Reader Connections: BR-350 Readers: Expansion Board .........................................xviii
5.3 Reader Connections: BR-370 Readers: IQ-400 Board ................................................xix
5.4 Reader Connections: BR-370 Readers: Expansion Board ...........................................xx
5.5 Reader Connections: PR233 MiniProx / PR-733/732: IQ-400 Board - Option 1 ..........xxi
5.5 Reader Connections: PR233 MiniProx / PR-733/732: IQ-400 Board - Option 2..........xxii
5.6 Reader Connections: PR-233 Miniprox/ PR733/ 732: Expansion Board – Option 1 .xxiii
5.6 Reader Connections: PR-233 Miniprox / PR733 / 732: Expansion Board – Option 2
..........................................................................................................................................xxiv
5.7 Reader Connections: PR-234 / PRK-234 ProxPro / PR736 / PRK-736: IQ-400 Board
...........................................................................................................................................xxv
5.8 Reader Connections: PR-234 / PRK-234 ProxPro / PR736/ PRK-736: Expansion
Board ................................................................................................................................xxvi
5.9 Reader Connections: PR-235 MaxiProx / PR-735: IQ-400 Board .............................xxvii
5.10 Reader Connections: PR-235 MaxiProx / PR735: Expansion Board ......................xxviii
5.11 Reader Connections: Sensor Wiegand: IQ-400 Board .............................................xxix
5.12 Reader Connections: Sensor Wiegand: Expansion Board ........................................xxx
5.13 Reader Connections: VeriProx: IQ-400 Board ..........................................................xxxi
5.14 Reader Connections: VeriProx: Expansion Board ...................................................xxxii
6.0 Wiring the Door(s) ......................................................................xxxiii
6.1 Panel in a Fail-Safe Environment ..............................................................................xxxv
6.2 Panel in a Fail-Secure Environment .........................................................................xxxvi
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Expansion Board Door Lock/Strike ................................................................................xxxvii
6.4 Expansion Board Open Collector ............................................................................xxxviii
6.5 Egress Sense for IQ-400 and Expansion Boards .....................................................xxxix
6.6 Door Sense for IQ-400 and Expansion Boards ..............................................................xl
6.6.1 Using the Ten Discrete LEDs ................................................................................................xli
6.6.2 Expansion Board LED Arrays...............................................................................................xlii
6.6.3 SAM Board LED Arrays .......................................................................................................xliii
6.6.4 Status Chart For All LED Arrays ..........................................................................................xliii
6.7 Supervised Sense Inputs for P5, P6 and P19 and Unsupervised Tamper at P18 .......xliv
6.8 Expansion Board Supervised Door Senses and Supervised Request-to-Exit Sense
Inputs .................................................................................................................................xlvi
6.9 Expansion Board Supervised Door Sense Locations .................................................xlvii
6.10 Installing Noise Suppression Devices ......................................................................xlviii
6.10.1 Procedure ........................................................................................................................xlviii
7.0 Communicating with the IQ-400 ..................................................xlix
7.1 Reset the IQ-400 Panel ...............................................................................................xlix
7.2 Calibrating the IQ-400 Panel ............................................................................................l
7.2.1 Calibrating the SAM 1 and SAM 2 boards ...............................................................................l
7.3 Addressing Individual IQ-400s through the Dipswitch .....................................................li
7.3.1 Dipswitching the IQ-400 Address (1-111)................................................................................li
7.3.2 Software Addressing the IQ-400 Panel (Panels 112-200) Direct Connect ............................lii
7.4 Setting MODEM or Direct Connect Configurations .......................................................liii
7.4.1 Ensuring Proper Configuration of the MODEM .....................................................................liv
7.4.2 Establishing a Proper Connection with a MODEM Cable .....................................................lv
7.5 Changing the Baud Rate ...............................................................................................lvi
7.6 Direct Connecting with One IQ-400 .............................................................................lviii
7.6.1 Wiring Diagram- IQ-400 to PC, RS-232 w/DB9 Connector ...................................................lx
7.6.2 Wiring Diagram – IQ 400 to PC, RS -232 w/ DB25 Connector ..............................................lx
7.7 RS-232 Cable Connections ...........................................................................................lxi
7.8 Communicating with Multiple IQ-400s (via RS-485) .....................................................lxii
7.8.1 Wiring Diagram of Multiple IQ-400s and Other Panels ........................................................lxii
7.9 Real Time Serial Printing with the IQ-400 ....................................................................lxiii
7.10 PC Host to IQ-400 Communication Using Fiber Optics (RS-485 Protocol) ...............lxiv
7.10.1 Product Description ...........................................................................................................lxiv
The signal and power connector is a seven position detachable
terminal block. The connections should be made as shown on the
wiring diagram before power is applied. ST optical connectors are
standard on the unit.
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Power required is 12VDC @ 200mA maximum. Internal regulators
are included so unregulated 12 volt power may be used. The case
of the unit is connected to signal ground.
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There are no controls on the MX-485-2 and three indicators. The ON
indicator will glow green when power is applied to the unit. The TX
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and RX LEDs glow red to show activity on the data wires. The TX
LED indicates the fiber modem is transmitting and the RX LED
indicates reception of data.
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7.10.2 Installation ..........................................................................................................................lxv
To install the MX-485-2, it is necessary to mount the unit to a rigid
service using #8 hardware in four places. Care should be taken
when selecting a mounting location to avoid sharp bends in the
connecting cables. Please note minimum bend radii of all fibers
being used, to avoid fracturing the fiber optic core.
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7.10.3 Optical Transmission ........................................................................................................lxvii
The 485-2 series has been designed to be a reliable link for the
transmission of data over long distances. The loss budget of 15 dB
on 16.2u fiber should allow up to 5 kilometers of transmission
distance.
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The power output specifications are measured with a logic low state
on the bus. When the bus is in the high impedance state, the
transmission LED is at a very low output level (<-36dBm). Logic
levels are encoded using pulse width modulation. If the optical
connection is lost, the output bus goes to the HiZ state.
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8.0 Status Lights and Dealing with Communication Errors..........lxviii
8.1 Status Lights ..............................................................................................................lxviii
8.2 Communication Errors .................................................................................................lxix
8.2.1 LED Fatal Error Display Codes ...........................................................................................lxix
8.2.2 Error Codes..........................................................................................................................lxx
8.3 Control Counters and Sense Input Numbers for Output Control PCB .........................lxxi
8.4 Proper Setting of SAM 1 and SAM 2 ..........................................................................lxxiii
8.5 IQ Systems Upgrades and Capacities ..........................................................................74
8.6 RS-232/485 Terminal Servers .......................................................................................75
8.6.1 IQ Server Controller to LANtronix UDS-1100 Terminal Server Wiring Diagram for RS-232 .75
8.6.2 IQ Server Controller to LANtronix UDS-1100 Terminal Server Wiring Diagram for RS-485 .75
8.6.3 IQ Server Controller to the EasySync USB Converter ......................................................lxxvi
8.7 RS-232-485/422 Converters: Printed Circuit Board Layout ......................................lxxvii
8.8 User Selectable Options ..........................................................................................lxxviii
8.9 Point Definitions ..........................................................................................................lxxx
8.9.1 Sense Inputs.......................................................................................................................lxxx
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8.9.2 Outputs ............................................................................................................................lxxxiii
9.0 Appendix A - IQ-400 Specifications .........................................lxxxvi
9.1 IQ-400 Features .......................................................................................................lxxxvi
9.1.1 System Capacities ...........................................................................................................lxxxvi
9.1.2 Electrical Ratings .............................................................................................................lxxxvi
9.1.3 Spare Parts- IQ-400 PCB ...............................................................................................lxxxvii
9.2 IQ 4-Reader Expansion Module (P/N: 03-10102-301E) .........................................lxxxviii
9.2.1 Electrical Ratings ...........................................................................................................lxxxviii
9.2.2 Power Supply .................................................................................................................lxxxviii
9.2.3 Door Sense LEDs ............................................................................................................lxxxix
9.2.4 Four-Reader Expansion Board- Active LEDs (P/N: 03-10102-301E) ..............................lxxxix
9.2.5 Jumpers ...........................................................................................................................lxxxix
9.3 IQ-800 Features (IQ-400 plus 4-Reader Expansion Module) .......................................xci
9.3.1 Two Auxiliary (Powered) Outputs (cc# 89, 90) .....................................................................xci
9.3.2 System Capacities ...............................................................................................................xci
9.3.3 Electrical Ratings..................................................................................................................xci
9.3.4 Spare Parts- 4-Reader Expansion Board (P/N: 03-10102-301E) .......................................xcii
9.4 IQ 8-Reader Expansion Module (P/N: 03-10102-201E) .............................................xciii
9.4.1 Electrical Ratings................................................................................................................xciii
9.4.2 Power Supply .....................................................................................................................xciii
9.4.3 Door Sense LEDs...............................................................................................................xciv
9.4.4 Eight-Reader Expansion Board (P/N: 03-10102-201E) - Active LEDs ...............................xciv
9.4.5 Jumpers..............................................................................................................................xciv
9.5 IQ-1200 Features (IQ-400 plus 8-Reader Expansion Module) ...................................xcvi
9.5.1 System Capacities..............................................................................................................xcvi
9.5.2 Electrical Ratings................................................................................................................xcvi
9.5.3 Spare Parts- 8-Reader Expansion Board (P/N: 03-10102-201F) ......................................xcvii
9.6 OUT PCB Features (P/N: 03-10032-201F) ...............................................................xcviii
9.6.1 System Capacities............................................................................................................xcviii
9.6.2 Electrical Ratings..............................................................................................................xcviii
9.6.3 Spare Parts- OUT PCB ....................................................................................................xcviii
9.7 ALM PCB Features (P/N:P 03-10032-301) .................................................................xcix
9.7.1 System Capacities..............................................................................................................xcix
9.7.2 Electrical Ratings................................................................................................................xcix
9.7.3 Spare Parts- ALM PCB (P/N: 03-10032-301).....................................................................xcix
9.8 SAM Board ......................................................................................................................c
9.8.1 System Capacities ..................................................................................................................c
9.8.2 Electrical Ratings ....................................................................................................................c
9.8.3 Spare Parts- SAM PCB ..........................................................................................................c
9.9 Cable Requirements and Maximum Lengths .................................................................ci
9.9.1 Communication-.....................................................................................................................ci
9.9.2 Readers .................................................................................................................................ci
9.10 Tool Requirements.......................................................................................................cii
9.11 Controller Specifications ..............................................................................................cii
9.12 Maintenance Requirements........................................................................................civ
9.12.1 Fuse Replacement Method: ...............................................................................................civ
9.12.2. Back-Up Memory Battery Replacement ...........................................................................civ
9.12.3 Power Supply Back Battery Replacement .........................................................................civ
10.0 Appendix B – Configuring the IQ-400E .......................................cv
10.1 Configuring the IQ-400E for Version 0130 and above ................................................cv
10.1.1 Required Equipment: ..........................................................................................................cv
10.1.2 Required Information: .........................................................................................................cv
10.1.3 Required firmware: .............................................................................................................cv
10.2 Configuring your Host Computer ................................................................................cvi
10.3 Configuring IQ-400E VIA the TCP/IP Configurator ....................................................cvii
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10.3.1 TCP/IP Configuration .......................................................................................................cviii
10.4 Resetting the IQ-400E ................................................................................................cxi
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1.0 Introduction
Welcome to the IQ-400, the newest generation of intelligent access control system from PCSC.
This manual explains IQ-400 installation and connection to a personal computer (PC) and an
optional local printer. The IQ-400 Manual is divided up into six steps:
Step 1 - Unpacking the IQ-400
Step 2 - Installing Power
Step 3 - Wiring Your Readers
Step 4 - Reader Connections
Step 5 - Wiring Your Door(s)
Step 6 - Communicating with the IQ-400
Step 7 - Status Lights and Dealing with Communication Errors
Appendix: A - IQ-400 Specifications
Appendix B - Configuring the IQ-400 LAN for Version 0130 and above
Before turning on the IQ-400 or the PC, take a moment to read through this manual. It has been
designed to allow you to move through the installation process.
NOTE The IQ-400 system is set up at the factory. Do NOT re-initialize the
system unless other modules have been added.
The LiNC-NET Network Controller communicates on a multi-point RS485 communication cable
(RS-232, MODEM and LAN communication are also available). You must address each IQ-400
with a unique ID number (1-111) in order to communicate to each IQ-400 panel. Numbering the
IQ-400s should be in ascending order, but it is not required for operation.
NOTE To be installed in accordance with NEC 70. Also should be installed in
accordance with the Standard for Installation and Classification of
Burglar and Holdup Alarm Systems, UL 681.Installation must meet all
local, state, and federal regulations and codes for electrical installation. If
these codes conflict with the installation methods described in this
manual, please call your service representative.
UL LISTINGS The IQ-400 control unit is UL listed to the standard for Access
Control System Units, UL 294. The following card readers have been
found compatible by UL with the IQ-400: PCSC Models BR-370 and
BR-470; HID Models PR-234 and PRK-234; and AWID PR-732, 733.
NOTE: The US Robotics 33.6/56K Sportster modem (Section 7.4) and the
LANtronix MSS1-T RS-232 Serial Terminal Server (Section 8.6) have not
been evaluated by UL, and is not suitable for UL installations.
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2.0 Unpacking the IQ-400
2.1 Unpacking the IQ-400
As you unpack the IQ-400, inspect it for missing items or damage. Contact the dealer for any
irregularities. Keep ALL packing material for protection in return shipping.
2.2 Visual Inspection
1. Are all of the socketed integrated circuit chips seated in their sockets?
Socket ICs U104 and U108 are located in the center of the board in close vicinity to LEDs
D50 and D49, the seven segment displays.
2. Are the door relays seated and latched into their sockets?
The Door Relays K1, K2, K3 and K4 are locked at the bottom center of the board.
3. Is the watch battery seated in its socket?
The lithium battery is located in socket BT1 located in the lower left side of the board near to
the DB9 Connector P7.
4. Are all of the plug-on connectors affixed to their male header connectors?
Plugs on connectors are located along the left-hand edge of the board at plug P1-P2-P3-P4P5-P6. Plugs on connectors are located along the bottom portion of the board at plug P8-P9P10-P11-P12-13-P14-P15. Plugs on connectors are located along the lower right-hand edge
of the board at plug P16-P17-P18-P19.
5. Is the fuse in place at socket F13 located in the upper left corner of the board?
A 4-Amp fast blow (3AG) fuse is required.
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5. Are the jumpers in place at W1, W2, W3, W4, and W8?
•
Jumper W8 is located in the LOWER LEFT side of the board and is set for 12 volt-4wire, 12 volt-5-wire, or 5-volt-5-wire readers.
1.Across Pins #1 and #2 = 5 Volt Card Reader
2. Across Pins #2 and #3 = 12 Volt Card Reader
3. Across Pins #4 and #5, #7 and #8, #10 and #11 = 5wire Wiegand Data (Data0, Data1) Format
4. Across Pins #5 and #6, #8 and #9, #11 and #12 =4-wire
PCSC Data Format
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•
Jumper W2 is located in the LOWER RIGHT side of the board, to the left of Plug P16
and is set for 4 or 5 wire readers. (Must be set consistently with Data format set on
W1, W3 and W4).
5. Across Pins #1 and #2 = 5-wire Wiegand Data (Data0,
Data1) format
6. Across Pins #2 and #3 = 4-wire PCSC Data format
•
Jumper W1 is located in the LOWER RIGHT (CENTER) side of the board, to the left
of W2 and is set for 4 or 5 wire readers. (Must be set consistently with Data format set
on W2, W3 and W4).
7. Across Pins #1 and #2 = 5-wire Wiegand Data (Data0,
Data1) format
8. Across Pins #2 and #3 = 4-wire PCSC Data format
•
Jumper W4 is located in the LOWER LEFT (CENTER) side of the board, to the left of
W1 and is set for 4 or 5 wire readers.
NOTE: It must be set consistently with data format set on W1, W2 and W3.
9. Across Pins #1 and #2 = 5-wire Wiegand Data (Data0,
Data1) format
10. Across Pins #2 and #3 = 4-wire PCSC Data format
•
Jumper W3 is located in the LOWER LEFT side of the board to the left of W4 and is
set for 4 or 5 wire readers.
NOTE: It must be set consistently with data format set on W1, W2 and W4.
11. Across Pins #1 and #2 = 5-wire Wiegand Data (Data0,
Data1) format
12. Across Pins #2 and #3 = 4-wire PCSC Data format
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IQ-400 - Expansion Cable Plug
•
Is the 50-pin Expansion Bus Ribbon Cable connected to the IQ-400 at Plug J1?
The RED stripe on the edge of the ribbon cable should be connected to pin #1
of Plug J1.
•
Is the opposite end of the 50-pin Expansion Buss Ribbon Cable connected to a
Peripheral Expansion Board at Plug P1?
The possible expansion boards are the new 4-door expansion PCB, 8-door PCB,
OUT PCB, ALM PCB, SAM PCBs.
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3.0 Installing Power
3.1 Installing Power
Shown below are the 3.0A and 6.0A PCSC power supplies. Both power supplies are shown in
enclosures connected to an IQ-400 manual in a PCSC small enclosure.
3.1.1 Installing Power- 3.0 Amp
See Figure 1 in Section 3.1.3.
12VDC power is connected to the circuit board at P1 in the upper left corner. Disconnect
power mains from the supply until the wiring is secured.
For installation, refer to the ESD SPS-3.6M2E or SPS-6.5M4 Power Supply installation
instructions (P/N: SPS36instructions Rev: 04/15/02).
3.1.2 Installing Power- 6.0 Amp
See Figure 2 in Section 3.1.4.
12VDC power is connected to the circuit board at P1 in the upper left corner. Disconnect
power mains from the supply until the wiring is secured.
For installation, refer to the ESD SPS-3.6M2E or SPS-6.5M4 Power Supply installation
instructions (P/N: SPS36instructions Rev: 04/15/02).
NOTE: Power supply cable connections are non power-limited outputs. For
more information, please refer to the power supply installation manual.
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3.1.3 Figure - PCSC 3.0 Amp Power Supply
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3.1.4 Figure - PCSC 6.0 Amp Power Supply
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3.1.5 Resetting the IQ-400 to Default Values
In the event that the 3-volt watch battery is removed or loses its electrical charge, the
IQ-400 must be reset. Follow the procedures below to restore the controller to the default
values.
1. With power on, move all switches at dipswitch SW1 to the right, OFF (as printed on the circuit
board).
2. Press the Reset button at S1.
3. The 10 LEDs (D39 – D48) will flash in waterfall effect and then stop. The 7-segment LEDs
(D49 and D50) will show 8.8. and then show a Hexadecimal number dependant on what
version of firmware you have in the controller. The input LEDs will start a cascade and then
flash when the reset process is complete, all 10 segments of the LED Array (D1) will turn
OFF, and the seven segment LEDs will show a single line segment flashing in a circular
pattern clockwise.
4. Refer to Section 7.3 [Addressing Individual IQ-400s through the Dipswitch] and begin
addressing the IQ-400 by DIP switching the panel number (1-111).
5. Set the communication protocol by following the instructions on section 7.4 [Setting MODEM
or Direct Connect Configurations].
6. The system is now set to the default values. Refer to Quick Setup Steps for page references.
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4.0 Wiring Your Readers
4.1 Grounding Your Readers
PCSC has designed its products to withstand most inductive voltage spikes without effect.
However, some noise found in power supplies and door strikes, in addition to static discharge,
may cause the control unit to momentarily shut down, lockup, or in extreme cases, to become
damaged. Unexplained lockups and intermittent system behavior are common symptoms of static
or noise problems. If cycling power will remedy your problem, carefully follow these instructions:
1. Install MOVs (Metal Oxide Varistors, Siemens S10K30 or the equivalent) or reversed biased
diodes (1N4004 - 1N4007) at each Door Strike. When installed, they will suppress most
problem Door Strikes.
2. Readers should be properly earth-grounded for uninterrupted reads. Please be aware that
operation is affected by the amount of static present during certain times of the year.
3. Properly grounding all readers and hardware, in addition to suppressing noise in the
peripheral equipment, should allow for many problem free years of use with PCSC products.
4. In addition, PCSC recommends using a separate filtered, electronically regulated output,
switchable power supply for door strikes.
5. Before installing the reader, please read the following instructions. Damage may occur if this
is disregarded.
6. Installation must meet all local, state, and federal regulations and codes for electrical
installation. If these codes conflict with the installation methods described in this manual,
please call your service representative.
4.2 Properly Routing Your Cables
Do not route data and power cables in the same conduit. Crosstalk and transmission of electrical
noise may result. The IQ-400 PCB’s will become damaged if the power cable grounds to the data
cable.
NOTE: High Voltage and Low Voltage wiring must be routed separately and
maintain a minimum spacing of 0.25 inches.
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4.3 Grounding the Power and Data Lines
Each cable has a set of drain lines that can be attached on the Host or controller end of the cable
to any screws mounted in the optional enclosures. If other non-metallic enclosures are used for
controller housing, ensure that an alternative source for earth grounding is available.
4.3.1 Procedure
1. At the Reader side, it is important to be aware of both the static generated from the user end
as well as electrical grounding from the data and power cabling. If at all possible, the reader
mounting plate should be attached to a grounded junction box or to another source, if the
junction box is non-metallic. This alleviates the possible damage caused by static electricity.
NOTE Leave the drain line taped back and floating at the reader site.
2. If grounding locally is not possible, connect drain wires to provided ESD (Electro Static
Discharge) hardware at the Controller side (enclosure) or to earth grounded conduit. As each
reader port is progressively farther away from the ESD hardware location (left rear side of the
cabinet for IQ-400s), allow for enough drain line to reach the ESD hardware on the controller
end of the cable. Allow enough strain relief to avoid touching other circuitry or creating
excessive tension.
3. On a permanently-connected product, a terminal intended solely for the connection of an
equipment grounding conductor shall be capable of securing a conductor of the size suitable
for the particular application in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA
70-1993.
4. On a permanently-connected product, a wire binding screw intended for the connection of an
equipment grounding conductor shall have a green colored head that is hexagonal, slotted, or
both. A pressure wire connector intended for connection of such a conductor shall be plainly
identified such as by being marked “G” “GR,” “GROUND,” or “GROUNDING,” or the like, or
by a marking on a wiring diagram provided on the product. The wire binding screw or
pressure wire connector shall be secured to the frame or enclosure of the product and shall
be located so that it is unlikely to be removed during service operations such as replacing
fuses, resetting manual-reset devices, or the like.
5. If a pressure wire connector intended for grounding is located where it could be mistaken for
a neutral conductor of a ground supply, it shall be identified by a marking ²EQUIPMENT
GROUND² or with a green color identification, or both.
6. On a permanently-connected product, the surface of an insulated lead intended solely for the
connection of an equipment grounding conductor shall be finished in a continuous green
color or a continuous green color with one or more yellow stripes, and no other lead shall be
so identified
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NOTE: The Small Enclosure that is described with Dimensions of 18”H x 6”D x 11”W has
been previously Evaluated and Listed for use with UL 1076 and UL 294 Systems.
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4.3.2 Proper Surge Protection for the IQ
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4.4 Grounding the Pin Pad or Reader
4.4.1 Procedure
1. Orient the mounting plate so that the protruding ears are on top and facing the back of the
reader or PIN Pad. Attach the mounting plate to the junction box using two #6-32 x 3/8” flat
head screws. The mounting plate should be earth ground either to a ground junction box or
directly to an earth ground source (especially if the junction box is not metal).
2. Connect the cable to the rear of the reader at J1. Secure the shield drain lines to one of the
grounding screws in the IQ-400 enclosure.
3. Place mounting holes on the back of the reader over the latches on the mounting plate, and
then position the unit so that the cover is flush with the mounting plate.
4. Secure the unit to the mounting plate by inserting the special security fastener through the
hole in the bottom of the reader. Tighten it using the security driver.
4.4.2 Grounding the Reader Mullion Mount
The reader may be attached to a glass or door mullion separator (either vertically or horizontally)
by using the Mullion Bracket Adapter Kits (04-10170-001 for horizontal mounting, or
04-10171-001 for vertical mounting).
4.4.2.1 Procedure
1. At the IQ-400 end, secure the drain lines to one of the ESD grounding screws in the IQ-400
box. At the reader end, leave the drain line floating. The mullion adapter should be earth
ground either to a grounded junction box or directly to an earth ground source (especially if
the junction box is not metal).
2. Mount the reader to the J-box or mullion bracket.
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5.0 Reader Connections
5.0.1. Reader Disconnect Resistors
If an external power supply and a reader disconnect feature is required, place a 470 Ohm – 1
Watt resistor (not supplied) at the reader.
NOTE: For use in the following diagrams, resistors are shown connected to the boards.
However, for best operation, resistors should be placed at the reader.
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5.1 Reader Connections: BR-350 Readers: IQ-400 Board
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5.2 Reader Connections: BR-350 Readers: Expansion Board
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5.3 Reader Connections: BR-370 Readers: IQ-400 Board
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5.4 Reader Connections: BR-370 Readers: Expansion Board
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5.5 Reader Connections: PR233 MiniProx / PR-733/732: IQ-400 Board Option 1
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5.5 Reader Connections: PR233 MiniProx / PR-733/732: IQ-400 Board Option 2
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5.6 Reader Connections: PR-233 Miniprox/ PR733/ 732: Expansion Board –
Option 1
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5.6 Reader Connections: PR-233 Miniprox / PR733 / 732: Expansion Board
– Option 2
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5.7 Reader Connections: PR-234 / PRK-234 ProxPro / PR736 / PRK-736:
IQ-400 Board
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5.8 Reader Connections: PR-234 / PRK-234 ProxPro / PR736/ PRK-736:
Expansion Board
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5.9 Reader Connections: PR-235 MaxiProx / PR-735: IQ-400 Board
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5.10 Reader Connections: PR-235 MaxiProx / PR735: Expansion Board
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5.11 Reader Connections: Sensor Wiegand: IQ-400 Board
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5.12 Reader Connections: Sensor Wiegand: Expansion Board
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5.13 Reader Connections: VeriProx: IQ-400 Board
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5.14 Reader Connections: VeriProx: Expansion Board
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6.0 Wiring the Door(s)
Step 1.
When power is interrupted from the IQ-400, the door relay de-energizes and continuity
(conduction path) exists between the Common (Com.) and Normally Closed (N.C.)
relay contacts. Should this loss-of-power situation arise, it must be determined whether
the door(s) controlled by the IQ-400 will become unlocked (or a Fail-Safe environment),
or locked (or a Fail-Secure environment).
Step 2.
Refer to the two types of door hardware below and the circuit conditions that coincide
with the state of the locks.
Step 3.
Case A.
Door Strike hardware requires continuity to unlock (for strikes that require
power to lock, follow the outline given for maglocks). This is provided by a
closed circuit condition (Normally Closed [N.C.]).
Case B.
Door Strike hardware does NOT require continuity to lock (for strikes that
require power to lock, follow the outline given for maglocks). This is provided
by an open circuit condition (Normally Open [N.O.]).
Case C.
Magnetic lock hardware requires continuity to lock. This is provided by a
closed circuit condition (Normally Closed [N.C.]).
Case D.
Magnetic lock hardware does NOT require continuity to unlock.
This is provided by an open circuit condition (Normally Open [N.O.]).
For Fail-Safe operation, wire the appropriate door lock hardware to accommodate an
unlocked condition upon interruption of IQ-400 power. This is implemented by:
•
•
For door strikes, wire between the Common and Normally Closed Door Relay
contacts.
For Magnetic Locks, wire between the Common and Normally Open Door Relay
contacts.
For Fail-Secure operation, wire the appropriate door lock hardware to accommodate a
locked condition upon interruption of IQ-400 power. This is implemented by:
•
•
For door strikes, wire between the Common and Normally Open Door Relay
contacts.
For Magnetic Locks, wire between the Common and Normally Closed Door
Relay contacts.
NOTE For both conditions (Fail Safe and Fail Secure) it is presumed that Lock Power is
battery backed.
Step 4. Next page
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Step 4.
Program the quiescent (INACTIVE) state of the door output relay to provide a locked
door state. For Fail-Safe environments, the quiescent state of the door output relay
should be ENERGIZED. For Fail-Secure environments, it should be DE-ENERGIZED.
Consult the LiNC-NET Administrator Manual’s Door Overview/Hardware section for
programming information.
Open Collector Output: Open collector outputs are designed to drive an external relay. This
technique can be used to control devices which exceed the relay capacity of those on board the
IQ-400. The open collector outputs are capable of 100 mA current @ 12VDC.
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6.1 Panel in a Fail-Safe Environment
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6.2 Panel in a Fail-Secure Environment
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6.3 Expansion Board Door Lock/Strike
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6.4 Expansion Board Open Collector
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6.5 Egress Sense for IQ-400 and Expansion Boards
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6.6 Door Sense for IQ-400 and Expansion Boards
NOTE
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6.6.1 Using the Ten Discrete LEDs
Twenty-two LED’s, located across the lower section of the IQ-400 board, indicate the status of the
supervised door circuits. Also the unsupervised tamper, supervised egress inputs, and supervised
alarm inputs are annunciated in the LED’s as listed below:
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6.6.2 Expansion Board LED Arrays
4-Door Expansion Board (IQ-800)
8-Door Expansion Board (IQ-1200)
NOTE: Numbers in parentheses are the Sense Input Numbers. The “D”
Numbers are the corresponding LED’s assigned to reflect the current
status of each individual Sense Input (IQ-400 Firmware I4+07.010.02
series).
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6.6.3 SAM Board LED Arrays
6.6.4 Status Chart For All LED Arrays
OFF
ON
Flashes 2 times per second
Flashes 1 time per second
Flashes every ½ second
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Circuit is normal/secure
Circuit is in an alarm condition
Fault condition. Open circuit
Fault condition. Short circuit.
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6.7 Supervised Sense Inputs for P5, P6 and P19 and Unsupervised Tamper
at P18
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6.8 Expansion Board Supervised Door Senses and Supervised Request-toExit Sense Inputs
Install End-of-Line resistors at door switch/egress device (not at the IQ Panel end of the cable).
When the door is closed, continuity exists across the common (COM) and Normally closed (N.C.)
switch contacts.
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6.9 Expansion Board Supervised Door Sense Locations
Install End-of-Line resistors at door switch/egress device (not at the IQ Panel end of
the cable).
When the door is closed, continuity exists across the common (COM) and Normally
closed (N.C.) switch contacts.
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6.10 Installing Noise Suppression Devices
Install an MOV or diode (or both) at the lock to suppress noise and avoid problems related to
spikes. Follow the instructions below and refer to the diagrams in section 6.1.
6.10.1 Procedure
The most effective location for a suppression device is at the source; in this case, at the door
strike.
1. Remove the strike-locking device and find the wire connector that attaches the lock wires to
the lock.
2. Install an MOV (Siemens S10K30 or equivalent) in parallel with the load. The MOV is a nonpolarized device and will work with both AC and DC locks.
NOTE Use an additional MOV if you experience further noise at the strike.
NOTE For further protection on DC units, a reverse biased diode may be
installed (We suggest types 1N4004 to 1N4007 be used) also in
parallel with the load.
3. Note the wiring set-up of your particular system. Connections can be made either to the
“normally open” (fail secure) contact or to the “normally-closed” (fail-safe) configuration
whereby an isolation relay is used and a diode (or MOV) is added for noise suppression.
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7.0 Communicating with the IQ-400
The IQ-400 can communicate over a dialup MODEM, an RS232 or an RS485 serial direct
connection or LAN. In a multi-drop IQ-400 configuration, the IQ-400 MUST communicate via
RS-485 protocol.
7.1 Reset the IQ-400 Panel
You may elect to install the supervisory resistors at this time or optionally wait until after on-line
communication has been established to the LiNC-NET Host PC. Set dipswitches 1-8 (located at
SW1) to OFF position as it is etched on the IQ-400 PCB. Hit the reset switch at S1. This will
calibrate and reset data to default, all 14 of the supervised inputs on the IQ-400 PCB and the
supervised Door Senses on the 4/8-Door Cluster PCBs.
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7.2 Calibrating the IQ-400 Panel
Calibration Scan
Please check the LiNC-NET Calibrations Options page in
the LiNC-NET Administrator Manual.
7.2.1 Calibrating the SAM 1 and SAM 2 boards
SAM sense inputs are calibrated only by toggling switch #3 of SW-1 ON and OFF for each SAM
PCB.
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7.3 Addressing Individual IQ-400s through the Dipswitch
7.3.1 Dipswitching the IQ-400 Address (1-111)
The dipswitch is located at SW1, on the right-side of the board. There are eight switches. For the
binary number one (1), flip the switch to the left. For zero (0), flip the switch to the right. The
address in 10+ will be in Hexadecimal format.
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7.3.2 Software Addressing the IQ-400 Panel (Panels 112-200) Direct Connect
If a user set up includes more than 111 panels, it is necessary to address the panel through the
LiNC-NET software as opposed to the Dipswitch on the panel itself. Every panel from 112 – 200
is manually set to 112, and then given a software address via LiNC-NET.
1. Set SW1 to address 112 on the IQ-400 panel and press
the S1 button. The Dipswitch setting is: 5, 6, 7 = ON and
1, 2, 3, 4, 8 =OFF.
2. Open the ConFigUL program and define the following:
1 Connection Type (Direct Connect or LAN)
2 COM port
3 Baud rate
3. Select the OPEN port button = Open Port OK
4. Enter Panel #1 into the “current panel number” field.
5. Select the “Inquire” button = OK
6. Select the “Logon” button = OK
7. Enter the desired panel address from 112 – 200 in “New Panel number” window.
8. Select the “change number” button = OK
9. Select the “Who’s there” button. The Inquire field will scan for the new panel address.
(Who’s There=200)
10. Select the “Logoff” button = OK then select “Close Port” and exit.
11. Start LiNC-NET and “add” the new panel ID number to your database.
NOTE Switch #8 is used to determine if the IQ-400 communicates via either direct
connect or dial-up communications. Switch #8 is only used to determine if the
connection is Direct Connect or AutoDial.
The ON/OFF designation is in reference to the labels printed on the IQ-400
PCB. Not the switch itself!
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7.4 Setting MODEM or Direct Connect Configurations
PCSC supports the US Robotics 33.6/56K Sportster model for MODEM communication. It is
recommended that the MODEM be powered up via an U.P.S. (Uninterruptible Power Supply).
NOTE: The US Robotics 33.6/56K Sportster has not been evaluated by UL,
and is not suitable for UL installations.
To set up the IQ-400 for MODEM communication, configure the Dipswitch settings at SW1, as
follows:
Example: MODEM connection (IQ-400, panel address is #1)
NOTE AT SW1, switch #8 must remain in the ON position (left) for MODEM
communication.
To set up the IQ-400 for direct connect communication (default), configure the Dipswitch settings
at SW1, as follows:
Example: Direct connection (IQ-400, Panel address is #1)
NOTE At SW1, switch #8 must remain in the OFF position (right) for Direct
Connect communication.
To communicate from an IQ-400 to the MODEM, two cables must be fabricated: one from the
MODEM to the IQ-400 and another for the PC host to the MODEM. See the diagrams under
Cable Requirements.
NOTE The ON/OFF designation is in reference to the labels printed on the
IQ-400 PCB. Not the switch itself!
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7.4.1 Ensuring Proper Configuration of the MODEM
To ensure that the MODEM retains the set configuration, the user should utilize HyperTerminal at
the Host PC. The HyperTerminal program will set the configuration in the MODEM for constant
uninterrupted use with the IQ-400. In the following procedure, the Init String will be written into the
NOVRAM and therefore a power loss to the MODEM ONLY will not result in a continuous loop.
•
Set switches 1, 5, 6, and 7 in the U.S Robotics Sportster MODEM (14.4K, 28.8, 33.6, or
56K) to Up. All other switches should be Down.
•
Connect the MODEM to the PC using a standard PC to MODEM cable.
•
From the PC (Win95/98/NT) access HyperTerminal by entering the following commands:
1. Click on Start: Programs: Accessories, and then, HyperTerminal. The
Connection Description dialog box will now appear.
2. Type in a name for the connection (for example: MODEM TEST). Click on a
corresponding icon from the list. Click on the OK button.
3. The Connect To dialog box will now appear. The proper communications port used
to communicate to the external MODEM is now selected within the Connect Using
field (for example: COM2). Click on the OK button.
4. The COM# Properties dialog box will now appear. Select 9600 in the bits per
second field. Select 8 in the Data Bits field, None in the Parity field, 1 in the Stop
Bits field, and Hardware in the Flow control field. Click on the OK button. The
screen will now clear and the cursor will be at the top left corner of the
HyperTerminal window. Type ATV1 E1 and press Enter. The MODEM will respond
with OK.
5. Type ATI3 and press Enter to display the type of MODEM connected, followed by
OK.
6. Type ATI4 and press Enter to display the MODEM’s current settings, followed by
OK.
7. Type ATI5 and press Enter to display the MODEM’s NVRAM settings, including any
stored telephone numbers, followed by OK.
8. Type ATEVQHSØ=1X&DØ and press Enter. The MODEM will respond by
changing the A in the previous String to a Ø (zero).
9. Type AT&WØYØ and press Enter. No visual indication will be displayed as the
MODEM was configured in the previous step to use Numeric Result Codes.
10. Type ATZ and press Enter. As in the previous step, no visual indication will be
displayed.
11. Click on File, then Save, to save the configuration file.
12. Click on File, Exit, then Yes, to disconnect from the MODEM and exit
HyperTerminal.
13. Power down the MODEM and turn switch 1, 5, and 6 up. All others should be
down. Connect the MODEM to the IQ-400. Perform functional testing.
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7.4.2 Establishing a Proper Connection with a MODEM Cable
To communicate from an IQ-400 to a MODEM, two cables must be fabricated: one from the
MODEM to the IQ-400 and another for the PC host to the MODEM. Cabling should be 22 AWG,
9-conductor, UL2576 and up to 6 feet in length.
NOTE: PCSC performs Autodial Testing with US Robotics Sportster (Internal and
External) 33.6 Fax Modems.
See the following diagrams:
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7.5 Changing the Baud Rate
1. Request the IQ-400 off-line in the Define Panel Online Status screen in the LiNC-NET
software.
2. Change the baud rate in the Host Computer Setup menu in the LiNC-NET Software.
3. Log off and back onto the system.
4. Set the switch (SW1) setting for the Baud rate and press the S1 Reset button. (Refer to page
58).
5. Change the SW1 switch setting back to the IQ-400 number.
6. Request the IQ-400 on-line in the Define Micro-LPM status screen in the LiNC-NET software.
NOTE Presently the IQ-400 only supports communication at 9600 BPS.
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7.6 Direct Connecting with One IQ-400
The PC Host is connected to the IQ-400 by means of a cable designed for either RS-485 or
RS-232 communication. The following diagrams illustrate the RS-485 and RS-232 DB9 or DB25
connector’s options available.
NOTE: For UL 1076 installations, refer to the LiNC-NET Admin Guide.
Wiring Diagram- IQ-400 to PC, RS-485 Connector
w/ DB25 Connector
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IQ-400 to PC, RS-485 w/ DB25
Connector, Optically Isolated,
PCSC P/N 04-10322-101
IQ-400 to PC, RS-485 w/ DB9
Connector, Optically Isolated,
PCSC P/N 04-10322-001
fabricated cable may extend to 4,000ft.
fabricated cable may extend to 4,000ft.
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7.6.1 Wiring Diagram- IQ-400 to PC, RS-232 w/DB9 Connector
PCSC P/N: 04-10318-101
7.6.2 Wiring Diagram – IQ 400 to PC, RS -232 w/ DB25 Connector
PCSC P/N: 04-10318-001
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7.7 RS-232 Cable Connections
IQ-400 to PC, Cable RS-232 w/
DB25 Connector
PCSC p/n 04-10318-101
IQ-400 to PC Cable RS-232 w/
DB9 Connector
PCSC p/n 04-10318-001
NOTE: For UL 1076 requirements, the RS-232 cable shall not extend beyond 20 ft., and
the cable shall stay within the same room.
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7.8 Communicating with Multiple IQ-400s (via RS-485)
Once the PC host is connected to one IQ-400, the next IQ-400 can be connected by wiring from
P3 from the first IQ-400 to P4 in the next IQ-400. This format can be repeated in up to 16
IQ-400s. In addition, any combination of MicroLPMs and IQ-400s can be configured up to the 16
total limit on a single RS485 channel. LiNC-NET supports up to 4 channels (total of 64 IQ-400/
MicroLPMs). See the next page for the IQ-400 to MicroLPM wiring connection.
NOTE: For UL 1076 installations, refer to the Linc-Net Admin Guide.
7.8.1 Wiring Diagram of Multiple IQ-400s and Other Panels
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7.9 Real Time Serial Printing with the IQ-400
To print from an IQ-400, a cable must be fabricated: a 9-pin female connector at the IQ-400-end
to either a 9-pin or 25-pin male connector at the printer end. Cabling should be 22 AWG, 2twisted pair, and up to 6 feet in length. See the following diagrams. The baud rate for the printer is
9600 bits per second at the IQ-400. Connect the IQ-400 end of the cable to P7.
Cable Configuration for Capturing Real Time Transactions to PC in
HyperTerminal
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7.10 PC Host to IQ-400 Communication Using Fiber Optics (RS-485
Protocol)
PCSC has tested two fiber optics systems for communication between the PC host and the IQ
panels. Both were found to be acceptable and compatible with the IQ-400. It is recommended
that other systems available on the market should be equivalent to the specifications inherent in
the two products tested. PCSC does not endorse or specify either of these 2 systems. Any
communication links beyond the normal wiring of the IQ system is the responsibility of the fiber
optics company and the installer. Refer to the installation instructions of the fiber optics system
you are using. The information listed below is a general description of how one supplier,
American Fibertek, communicates via fiber optics data links, to the PC host and the IQ panel.
7.10.1 Product Description
The MX-485-2 is a remote mountable module that converts two-wire RS-485 data signals into
modulated light for coupling into fiber optic cables. The unit transmits and receives high and low
logic level data and the HiZ bus state through duplex fiber optic cables. Any EIA RS-485 protocol
signals up to 19.2 Kbaud may be transmitted over fiber optics cable by using two 485-2 series
units. Designed primarily to be used with inexpensive 50u fiber cable, the 485-2 series may also
be used with 62.5u fiber.
7.10.1.1 Connector
The signal and power connector is a seven position detachable terminal block. The connections
should be made as shown on the wiring diagram before power is applied. ST optical connectors
are standard on the unit.
7.10.1.2 Power Supply
Power required is 12VDC @ 200mA maximum. Internal regulators are included so unregulated
12 volt power may be used. The case of the unit is connected to signal ground.
7.10.1.3 Controls and Indicators
There are no controls on the MX-485-2 and three indicators. The ON indicator will glow green
when power is applied to the unit. The TX and RX LEDs glow red to show activity on the data
wires. The TX LED indicates the fiber modem is transmitting and the RX LED indicates reception
of data.
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7.10.2 Installation
To install the MX-485-2, it is necessary to mount the unit to a rigid service using #8 hardware in
four places. Care should be taken when selecting a mounting location to avoid sharp bends in
the connecting cables. Please note minimum bend radii of all fibers being used, to avoid
fracturing the fiber optic core.
7.10.2.1 PC Host to IQ-400 using Fiber Optics Converter Modules (RS485 Protocol)
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7.10.2.2 PC Host to Multiple IQ-400s Using Fiber Optics Repeater Modules (RS-485
Protocol)
American Fibertek’s MX-485-2 can be used as 2-port module (Repeater) and transceiver. D2300
model is required as 2-port star repeater and the D1300 as the transceiver in an IFS system.
NOTE: The MX-485-2 and D1300 have not been evaluated by UL, and is not suitable for
UL installations.
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7.10.3 Optical Transmission
The 485-2 series has been designed to be a reliable link for the transmission of data over long
distances. The loss budget of 15 dB on 16.2u fiber should allow up to 5 kilometers of
transmission distance.
The power output specifications are measured with a logic low state on the bus. When the bus is
in the high impedance state, the transmission LED is at a very low output level (<-36dBm). Logic
levels are encoded using pulse width modulation. If the optical connection is lost, the output bus
goes to the HiZ state.
IFS (International Fiber Systems, Inc.) also follows similar specifications in their D1300 and
D2300 series of RS-485 (Tri-state) fiber optics transceivers and repeaters. The following diagram
illustrates the basic wiring connection using either of the 2 systems. Refer to the installation
instructions of the specific supplier for more information.
NOTE: The MX-485-2, D2300 and D1300 have not been evaluated by UL, and is not
suitable for UL installations.
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8.0 Status Lights and Dealing with Communication Errors
8.1 Status Lights
The IQ-400 circuit board has multiple LEDs. The status of the LED defines a certain activity or
phase of IQ-400 functions. Card processing and door sense status is also indicated by the LEDs.
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8.2 Communication Errors
Message at the PC
What to Do
IQ-400 is not responsive
Verify the following:
1. The red DC Power Indicator LED (D2) is ON.
2. Verify that the ID number corresponds to the IQ-400
at the PC. (Check settings of switches at SW1).
3. Check cabling. (RS232/MODEM/RS485/Terminal
Server).
4. Remove the Battery for 5 minutes. Reinsert battery
and restart IQ-400 panel.
8.2.1 LED Fatal Error Display Codes
(Please CALL your PCSC representative.)
E1
E2
E4
E5
E7
ED
EE
EF
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ROM error detected- Probable PCB failure.
RAM error detected- Probable PCB failure. Verify that the IC at U108 is seated
properly.
Packet addressing error- IQ-400 failure
Packet queuing error- IQ-400 failure.
Terminal number configuration error- Readdress IQ-400.
Database invalid- RESET and configure IQ-400 address
Stray jump- Probable IQ-400 PCB failure.
Execution of int vector- Probable IQ-400 PCB failure.
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8.2.2 Error Codes
The seven-segment LEDs, D49 and D50, will indicate certain errors that can occur when
processing cards. They also can communicate “fatal” errors that could occur. The following chart
describes different error codes that are displayed by the seven-segment LEDs:
D Warning Error
Display Codes
Possible Problem
C0 Card Error:
Parity check fail
Bad Card or dirty reader head Clean reader head and re-try
C1 Card Error:
LRC check failed
Bad Card or dirty reader head Clean reader head and re-try
C5 Card Error:
data length mismatch
CC Card Error:
data conversion
CE Card Error:
end-code not found
Check for correct format type Verify that the correct reader
technology is specified
Check for correct format type Verify that the correct reader
technology is specified
Bad card or dirty reader head Clean reader head and re-try
CF Card Error:
facility code
EC Hardware
Configuration error
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The site code is invalid for
this site
The IQ-400 is not configured
correctly
IQ-400 Installation Manual
What to Do
Load correct facility code or
check cards
In LiNC-NET for Windows,
select the Panel Setup icon
and the Hardware file-tab to
verify that the extension
adapters are selected for this
IQ-400.
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8.4 Proper Setting of SAM 1 and SAM 2
In a system that uses SAM 1 as a stand-alone, the W1 switch must be set to LOW
(Pins 2-3).
In a system that uses both SAM 1 and SAM 2 together, SAM 1 needs to be set to LOW
(Pins 2-3) and SAM 2 needs to be set to HIGH (Pins 1-2).
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8.5 IQ Systems Upgrades and Capacities
Model
Readers Supervise Door Auxiliary External Shunt/ Auxiliary Supervise Supervised Unsupervis Supervised Unsupervis Unsupervise
d Reader Relay Relay
Local Alarm Transisto d Door
Egress ed Egress Auxiliary ed Tamper d Auxiliary
Detect Output Outputs
Transistor
r Outputs Sense
Sense
Sense
Sense
Sense
Sense
s
Outputs
Inputs
Inputs
Inputs
Inputs
Inputs
Inputs
IQ200
2
2
2
0
2
2
2
2
0
5
1
0
IQ200/OUT
2
2
2
16
2
2
2
2
0
5
1
16
IQ200/ALM
2
2
2
0
2
2
2
2
0
5
1
16
IQ200/SAM
2
2
2
0
2
2
2
2
0
5
1
0
IQ200/
SAM2
IQ400
2
2
2
0
2
2
2
2
0
5
1
0
4
4
4
0
4
2
4
4
0
5
1
0
IQ400/OUT
4
4
4
16
4
2
4
4
0
5
1
16
IQ400/ALM
4
4
4
0
4
2
4
4
0
5
1
16
IQ400/SAM
4
4
4
0
4
2
4
4
0
13
1
0
IQ400/
SAM2
IQ600
4
4
4
0
4
2
4
4
0
21
1
0
6
6
6
0
6
2
6
6
0
5
1
0
IQ600/OUT
6
6
6
16
6
2
6
6
0
5
1
16
IQ600/ALM
6
6
6
0
6
2
6
6
0
5
1
16
IQ600/SAM
6
6
6
0
6
2
6
6
0
5
1
0
IQ600/
SAM2
IQ1000
6
6
6
0
6
2
6
6
0
5
1
0
10
10
10
0
10
2
10
10
0
5
1
0
IQ1000/
OUT
IQ1000/
ALM
IQ1000/
SAM
IQ1000/
SAM2
IQ1200
10
10
10
16
10
2
10
10
0
5
1
16
10
10
10
0
10
2
10
10
0
5
1
16
10
10
10
0
10
2
10
10
0
5
1
0
10
10
10
0
10
2
10
10
0
5
1
0
12
12
12
0
12
2
12
12
0
5
1
0
IQ800
8
8
8
0
8
2
8
8
0
5
1
0
IQ800/OUT
8
8
8
16
8
2
8
8
0
5
1
16
IQ800/ALM
8
8
8
0
8
2
8
8
0
5
1
16
IQ800/SAM
8
8
8
0
8
2
8
8
0
5
1
0
IQ800/SM2
8
8
8
0
8
2
8
8
0
5
1
0
*Form C Dry Contact- Relay comprised of normally open (N.O.), normally closed (N.C.) and common
(COM) contacts which are available for connection. Contacts are rated at two amps, 12/24 VDC
continuous power.
8.6 RS-232/485 Terminal Servers
8.6.1 IQ Server Controller to LANtronix UDS-1100 Terminal Server Wiring Diagram for
RS-232
The cable between the UDS-1100 and the IQ controller will require a 25 PIN male connector for the
terminal server side and flying leads for the IQ controller side.
8.6.2 IQ Server Controller to LANtronix UDS-1100 Terminal Server Wiring Diagram for
RS-485
The cable between the UDS-1100 and the IQ controller will require a 25 PIN male connector for the
terminal server side and flying leads for the IQ controller side.
8.6.3 IQ Server Controller to the EasySync USB Converter
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8.7 RS-232-485/422 Converters: Printed Circuit Board Layout
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8.8 User Selectable Options
Underlined settings are for LiNC-NET User -Selectable Options.
An asterisk (*) designates the factory preset jumper settings.
XWIA
DCE*
XWIB
DTE
W8
A-B
4-wire
B-C*
2-wire
A-B
RTS/CD enabled
B-C*
Data enabled (Maximum speed is 64K)
A-B
RTS/CTS* delay (normal)
B-C*
RTS/CTS/CD delay (CTS inhibited if CD is present when RTS is raised.
W15
W5
RTS/CTS delay (The time before the RS-485 driver is enabled and CTS is
asserted after RTS is asserted. The RS-485 driver is always enabled.)
W9
A
30 msec
B
10 msec
C*
0 msec
D
ON
A
When W15 is in the B-C (Data Enabled) position, this is the time the RS-485
driver remains enabled after a low-to-high transition on the DATA line to
prevent disabling the driver in the middle of a character.
70 msec
B
7 msec
C
2 msec
D
0.7 msec
E*
0.15 msec
A
B*
Turnaround delay (When W8 is in the B-C [2 wire] position, this is the time
after the driver is disabled and before the receiver is enabled.)
0 msec
msec
C*
msec
D
5 msec
E
35 msec
W17
W16
NOTE If the converter is configured Data Enabled (W15, position B-C) and 2-wire (W8,
position B-C), then delays from W17 and W16 are cumulative.
S1
S2
S3
OUT*
Normal
IN
Loopback
OFF*
RS-485 Receiver Unterminated
ON
RS-485 Terminated
OFF*
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ON
Line Bias On (The Carrier Detect light will come on. Default is +5 volts.)
TB1
4-wire terminal block
W19
(Open) - Not jumpered.
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8.9 Point Definitions
8.9.1 Sense Inputs
8.9.1.1 IQ-400 Point Definitions – Sense Inputs
IQ (P/N 03-10111-201)
Designation
S1 through S2 are
located on the IQ PCB. S1
S2
S3
S4
IQ (P/N 03-10111-201)
S13 through
S23 are
located on the
IQ-400.
Designation
S13
S14
S16
S17
S18
S19
S20
S21
S22
S23
Location
P8, Reader a
P9, Reader b
P10, Reader c
P11, Reader d
Location
P18, pin 1, 2
P19, pin 1, 2
P12, pin 3, 4
P12, pin 1, 2
P13, pin 3, 4
P13, pin 1, 2
P14, pin 3, 4
P14, pin 1, 2
P15, pin 3, 4
P15, pin 1, 2
IQ/OUT/ALM*
Designation
S56
S57
S58
S59
S60
S61
S62
S63
S64
S65
S66
S67
S68
S69
S70
S71
Location
P1, pin 7, 8
P1, pin 5, 6
P1, pin 3, 4
P1, pin 1, 2
P2, pin 7, 8
P2, pin 5, 6
P2, pin 3, 4
P2, pin 1, 2
P3, pin 7, 8
P3, pin 5, 6
P3, pin 3, 4
P3, pin 1, 2
P4, pin 7, 8
P4, pin 5, 6
P4, pin 3, 4
P4, pin 1, 2
*Sense inputs 56 through 71 are located on the
ALM PCB (P/N 03-10032-301) in an IQ/ALM.
The same sense inputs are also used in the
OUTPUT PCB (P/N 03-10032-201F) in an IQ/
OUT.
IQ (P/N 03-10111-201)
Designation
S120
S120 through S121
S122
S123 are
located on the S123
IQ-400.
Location
P5, pin 1, 2
P5, pin 3, 4
P6, pin 1, 2
P6, pin 3, 4
IQ SAM/1st SAM Board (P/N 03-10056-201)
1st SAM PCB
is used in:
IQ-400/SAM
IQ-400/SAM2
IQ-800/SAM
IQ-400/SAM2
Designation
S40
S41
S42
S43
S44
S45
S46
S47
Location
P2, pin 1, 2,
P2, pin 3, 4
P3, pin 1, 2
P3, pin 3, 4
P4, pin 1, 2
P4, pin 3, 4
P5, pin 1, 2
P5, pin 3, 4
IQ SAM/2nd SAM Board (P/N 03-10056-201)
2nd
SAM PCB
is used in:
IQ-800/SAM
IQ-800/SAM2
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Designation
S48
S49
S50
S51
S52
S53
S54
S55
Location
P2, pin 1, 2,
P2, pin 3, 4
P3, pin 1, 2
P3, pin 3, 4
P4, pin 1, 2
P4, pin 3, 4
P5, pin 1, 2
P5, pin 3, 4
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8.9.1.2 IQ-800 Series Point Definitions – Sense Inputs
4-Reader Cluster Board (P/N 03-10102-301)
Designation
S5
S6
are located on the S7
S8
4-Reader
S3 through S6 are
located
on the S8
S5
through
IQ 4 PCB.
Location
P10, Reader e
P16, Reader f
P12, Reader g
P14, Reader h
IQ/OUT/ALM*
Designation
S56
S57
S58
S59
S60
S61
S62
S63
S64
S65
S66
S67
S68
S69
S70
S71
Expansion PCB.
4-Reader Expansion Board (P/N 03-10102-301)
Designation
S24
S24 through S31 S25
are located on the S26
S27
4-Reader
S28
Expansion PCB. S29
S30
S31
Location
P11, pin 3, 4
P11, pin 1, 2
P17, pin 3, 4
P17, pin 1, 2
P13, pin 3, 4
P13, pin 1, 2
P15, pin 3, 4
P15, pin 1, 2
Location
P1, pin 7, 8
P1, pin 5, 6
P1, pin 3, 4
P1, pin 1, 2
P2, pin 7, 8
P2, pin 5, 6
P2, pin 3, 4
P2, pin 1, 2
P3, pin 7, 8
P3, pin 5, 6
P3, pin 3, 4
P3, pin 1, 2
P4, pin 7, 8
P4, pin 5, 6
P4, pin 3, 4
P4, pin 1, 2
*Sense inputs 56 through 71 are located on the ALM PCB
(P/N 03-10032-301) in an IQ/ALM.
The same sense inputs are also used in the OUTPUT
PCB (P/N 03-10032-201) in an IQ/OUT.
IQ SAM/1st SAM Board (P/N 03-10056-201)
1st SAM PCB is
used in:
IQ-400 SAM
IQ-400 SAM2
IQ-800 SAM
IQ-800 SAM2
Designation
S40
S41
S42
S43
S44
S45
S46
S47
Location
P2, pin 1, 2,
P2, pin 3, 4
P3, pin 1, 2
P3, pin 3, 4
P4, pin 1, 2
P4, pin 3, 4
P5, pin 1, 2
P5, pin 3, 4
IQ SAM/2nd SAM Board (P/N 03-10056-201)
2nd SAM PCB
is used in:
IQ-400 SAM2
IQ-800 SAM2
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Designation
S48
S49
S50
S51
S52
S53
S54
S55
Location
P2, pin 1, 2,
P2, pin 3, 4
P3, pin 1, 2
P3, pin 3, 4
P4, pin 1, 2
P4, pin 3, 4
P5, pin 1, 2
P5, pin 3, 4
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8.9.1.3 IQ-1200 Series Point Definitions – Sense Inputs
8-Reader Expansion Board (P/N 03-10102-201E)
S3
through
S10 are
located on
the
IQ 8 PCB.
Designation
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
S11
S12
Location
P2, Reader e
P8, Reader f
P4, Reader g
P6, Reader h
P10, Reader i
P16, Reader j
P12, Reader k
P14, Reader l
8-Reader Expansion Board (P/N 03-10102-201E
S24 through
S39 are
located on the
8-Reader
Expansion
Board.
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Designation
S24
S25
S26
S27
S28
S29
S30
S31
S32
S33
S34
S35
S36
S37
S38
S39
Location
P3, pin 3, 4
P3, pin 1, 2
P9, pin 3, 4
P9, pin 1, 2
P5, pin 3, 4
P5, pin 1, 2
P7, pin 3, 4
P7, pin 1, 2
P11, pin 3, 4
P11, pin 1, 2
P17, pin 3, 4
P17, pin 1, 2
P13, pin 3, 4
P13, pin 1, 2
P15, pin 3, 4
P15, pin 1, 2
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8.9.2 Outputs
8.9.2.1 IQ-400 Series Point Definitions – Outputs
IQ-400 (P/N: 03-10111-201)
IQ Form C
Relay
01
02
Connector
Common
Pin 7
Pin 7
Normally
Open
Pin 6
Pin 6
Normally
Closed
Pin 5
Pin 5
P12
P13
03
P14
Pin 7
Pin 6
Pin 5
04
P15
Pin 7
Pin 6
Pin 5
IQ Open
Collector
13
Connector
14
P12
+12VDC
Output
Pin 9
Open Collector
Output
Pin 8
P13
Pin 9
Pin 8
15
P14
Pin 9
Pin 8
16
P15
Pin 9
Pin 8
IQ-400/OUT (P/N: 03-1032-201F)
IQ OUT/
ALM
Form C
Relay
25
Connector
Common
Normally
Closed
Connector
Common
Normally
Open
P5
Pin 8
Pin 7
P9
Pin 8
Pin 7
26
P5
Pin 6
Pin 5
P9
Pin 6
Pin 5
27
P5
Pin 4
Pin 3
P9
Pin 4
Pin 3
28
P5
Pin 2
Pin 1
P9
Pin 2
Pin 1
29
P6
Pin 8
Pin 7
P10
Pin 8
Pin 7
30
P6
Pin 6
Pin 5
P10
Pin 6
Pin 5
31
P6
Pin 4
Pin 3
P10
Pin 4
Pin 3
32
P6
Pin 2
Pin 1
P10
Pin 2
Pin 1
33
P7
Pin 8
Pin 7
P11
Pin 8
Pin 7
34
P7
Pin 6
Pin 5
P11
Pin 6
Pin 5
35
P7
Pin 4
Pin 3
P11
Pin 4
Pin 3
36
P7
Pin 2
Pin 1
P11
Pin 2
Pin 1
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8.9.2.2 IQ-800 Series Point Definitions – Outputs
4-Reader Expansion PCB (P/N: 03-10102-301E)
IQ Form C
Relay
05
Connector
Common
Pin 7
Normally
Open
Pin 6
Normally
Closed
Pin 5
P11
06
P17
Pin 7
Pin 6
Pin 5
07
08
P13
Pin 7
Pin 6
Pin 5
P15
Pin 7
Pin 6
Pin 5
IQ Open
Collector
Connector
+12VDC
Output
17
P11
Pin 9
Open
Collector
Output
Pin 8
18
P17
Pin 9
Pin 8
IQ-800/OUT (P/N: 03-10032-201F)
IQ OUT/
ALM
Form C
Relay
25
Connector
Common
Normally
Closed
Connector
Common
Normally
Open
P5
Pin 8
Pin 7
P9
Pin 8
Pin 7
26
P5
Pin 6
Pin 5
P9
Pin 6
Pin 5
27
P5
Pin 4
Pin 3
P9
Pin 4
Pin 3
28
P5
Pin 2
Pin 1
P9
Pin 2
Pin 1
29
P6
Pin 8
Pin 7
P10
Pin 8
Pin 7
30
P6
Pin 6
Pin 5
P10
Pin 6
Pin 5
31
P6
Pin 4
Pin 3
P10
Pin 4
Pin 3
32
P6
Pin 2
Pin 1
P10
Pin 2
Pin 1
33
P7
Pin 8
Pin 7
P11
Pin 8
Pin 7
34
P7
Pin 6
Pin 5
P11
Pin 6
Pin 5
35
P7
Pin 4
Pin 3
P11
Pin 4
Pin 3
36
P7
Pin 2
Pin 1
P11
Pin 2
Pin 1
37
P8
Pin 8
Pin 7
P12
Pin 8
Pin 7
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8.9.2.3 IQ-1200 Series Point Definitions – Outputs
8-Reader Expansion PCB (P/N: 03-10102-201E)
IQ Form C
Relay
05
Connector
Common
Pin 7
Normally
Open
Pin 6
Normally
Closed
Pin 5
P3
06
07
P9
Pin 7
Pin 6
Pin 5
P5
Pin 7
Pin 6
Pin 5
08
P7
Pin 7
Pin 6
Pin 5
09
P11
Pin 7
Pin 6
Pin 5
10
P17
Pin 7
Pin 6
Pin 5
11
P13
Pin 7
Pin 6
Pin 5
12
P15
Pin 7
Pin 6
Pin 5
IQ Open
Collector
Connector
+12VDC
Output
17
P3
Pin 9
Open
Collector
Output
Pin 8
18
P9
Pin 9
Pin 8
19
P5
Pin 9
Pin 8
20
P7
Pin 9
Pin 8
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9.0 Appendix A - IQ-400 Specifications
9.1 IQ-400 Features
2 Auxiliary Powered Outputs (cc# 89, 90)
1 Unsupervised Tamper Sense Input (S13)
4 Reader Ports:
-5-wire Wiegand interface
-4-wire PCSC Proprietary
4 Form C Door Strike Outputs
(2 Amps @ 24 VDC)
(cc# 1, 2, 3 and 4) 2 Amps continuous power @12/24 VDC
4 Door Left Open Outputs (or 4 External Shunt Options) (cc# 13, 14, 15 and 16)
4 Supervised Door Senses (S17, 19, 21, 23)
5 User Defined Sense Inputs (S14, S120, S121, S122, S123)
4 Request to Exit Inputs (S16, 18, 20, 21)
Battery Backed Clock Calendar
Flash RAM 128K standard (up to 256K)
Battery Backed RAM 256K standard (up to 512K)
LEDs for:
Power, alarm, on-line diagnostics
Reader Data [Error code, door status]
Tamper detect (S13)
Type of Communications:
RS-232, RS-485, LAN
9.1.1 System Capacities
Cardholder Capacity:
Time Periods:
Holiday Time Periods:
Holiday List:
History Transactions:
8,000 (20,000 w/Memory Expansion)
32
32
366 Days (Leap Year)
4,000 regardless of memory size
9.1.2 Electrical Ratings
Power:
Draw:
Relay Contacts
12VDC
524mA @ 13.65V
2 A @ 24 VDC
Data0/Data1
5 Vdc @ 0 mA for Logic 1
0 Vdc @ 5mA for Logic 0
100mA @ 12 VDC
Card Reader Draw:
Alarm Point Voltage
& Tamper Voltage
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5.0 Vdc @ 0.0 mA when Sense Input is in Open Circuit Physical State.
0.0 Vdc @ 5.0 mA when Sense Input is in Short Circuit Physical State.
1.6 Vdc @ 3.4 mA when Sense Input is in Alarm Physical State.
0.9 Vdc @ 4.1 mA when Sense Input is in Normal Physical State.
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9.1.3 Spare Parts- IQ-400 PCB
Part Number
81-09009
78-01001
83-02082
83-02083
83-02084
83-02085
83-02086
79-03022
83-02007
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Description
3V Lithium Battery
4A 250V 1/4 x 1/4, 3AG Fuse
5-pin Plug Connector
2-pin Plug Connector
4-pin Plug Connector
3-pin Plug Connector
9-pin Plug Connector
DPST Relay
Jump Connector
IQ-400 Installation Manual
Designation
BT1
F1
P8, P9, P10, P11
P1, P16, P17, P18, P19
P3, P4, P5, P6
P2
P12, P13, P14, P15
K1, K2, K3, K4
For W1 – W9
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9.2 IQ 4-Reader Expansion Module (P/N: 03-10102-301E)
The IQ-400 4-reader system can be expanded to an 8-reader system by installing the 4-Reader
Expansion Module. The circuit board (Part # 03-10102-10X) can be mounted below the circuit board in
the larger enclosures available from PCSC. Once mounted, the circuit board is connected to the IQ-400
by installing a 50-pin ribbon expansion cable from P1 on the 4-reader module to J1 on the IQ-400.
The 4-Reader Expansion Module allows the user to connect up to 4 additional readers to the IQ-400.
Each of the reader interfaces support either a PCSC proprietary reader (4-wire interface), or a Wiegand
reader (5-wire interface). The Expansion Module also provides an additional 4 interfaces for each of the
readers and the associated doors. These include the following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Multilevel door sense inputs (Supervised door sense inputs)
Reader Present inputs (Reader connected/disconnected)
Request to Exit inputs (Unsupervised egress inputs)
Relay contacts for door control outputs (Form C dry contacts rated for 2.0 Amps @
12/24VDC continuous power)
Door shunt outputs (Open Collector output rated for +12 VDC @ 100mA)
Door Shunt/Local Alarm
9.2.1 Electrical Ratings
Power:
Draw:
Relay Contacts
12VDC
160mA @ 12V
2 A @ 24 VDC
Data0/Data1
5 Vdc @ 0 mA for Logic 1
0 Vdc @ 5mA for Logic 0
100mA @ 12 VDC
Card Reader Draw:
Alarm Point Voltage
& Tamper Voltage
5.0 Vdc @ 0.0 mA when Sense Input is in Open Circuit Physical State.
0.0 Vdc @ 5.0 mA when Sense Input is in Short Circuit Physical State.
1.6 Vdc @ 3.4 mA when Sense Input is in Alarm Physical State.
0.9 Vdc @ 4.1 mA when Sense Input is in Normal Physical State.
9.2.2 Power Supply
The 4-reader Expansion Module requires +5VDC for all logic. Relays, output drivers, etc. require a
+12VDC supply. The +5VDC and +12VDC is provided to the module via the 50-pin expansion cable,
which connects plug P1 of the 4-door cluster PCB (P/N 03-10102-301E) to plug J1 of the IQ-400 board,
(P/N 03-10111-201).
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9.2.3 Door Sense LEDs
4 LEDs located at D17, D18, D19, and D20 indicate the status of the Door circuits. Resistors must be
installed at the door contacts, the switches in place, door closed (normal state), and the lines calibrated,
in order for the supervised inputs to function. See Step 4 for installation and calibration procedure.
LED Status Chart (for IQ-400 firmware I4+07.010.02 series):
Sense Input #25 LED is D17
Sense Input #27 LED is D18
Sense Input #29 LED is D19
Sense Input #31 LED is D20
•
•
•
•
NOTE LEDs D21-D24 are not used in the IQ-800.
OFF
ON
Blinks once every 2 seconds
Blinks 1 time/second
Blinks 4 times/second
Circuit is in normal/secure state
Circuit is in an alarm condition state
Fault condition. Open circuit state
Fault condition. Short circuit state
Circuit is NOT calibrated and NOT in a functional state
9.2.4 Four-Reader Expansion Board- Active LEDs (P/N: 03-10102-301E)
4 LEDs located at D61, D62, D67, D68 indicate the status of the Reader circuits. When the LED blinks
momentarily after a card swipe, the system is processing the card data. The LED is normally off.
Reader LED Status:
•
•
•
•
Reader E LED is D61
Reader F LED is D62
Reader G LED is D67
Reader H LED is D68
9.2.5 Jumpers
Reader type is selected by the use of jumpers located in between the reader ports at W5 and W11-W14.
Refer to each diagram of reader-types on Section 5.0 [Reader Connections] for the proper setting of
these jumpers. Four other jumpers, located at W1, W2, W3, W6 and W15, designate chip selection, and
are set at the factory. They should not be changed unless directed by technical support.
The setting of the four jumpers at W5 (4W or 5W) determines how the jumpers next to each reader port
is set. Also, when using a 5-wire, 12VDC reader, you can control the voltage at PIN 1, by moving the
leftmost jumpers at W5 in conjunction with the reader port jumper setting (see Section 9.11.2 – next
page).
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9.2.5.1 Four-Reader Expansion Board (P/N: 03-10102-301E) - Jumper Selections
There are five jumper units located on the 4-Reader Expansion PCB circuit board. The settings are
shown below.
•
•
W1 at Pins 2 and 3 = PCB addressed to High Address Range
W1 at Pins 1 and 2 = PCB addressed to Low Address Range
•
W5 (for Readers e-h)
•
•
•
•
W6 – Reader T/O
•
•
•
•
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At pins 1 and 2 = Wiegand 5-wire (Data 1’s and Data 0’s) format
At pins 2 and 3= PCSC 4-wire (proprietary) format
SW1 Switch Settings (to configure PCB for doors 5-8)
•
•
•
NOTE
At pins 1 and 2 = 32 ms (PCSC Factory Set. Do not modify)
At pins 2 and 3 = 64 ms
W11-W14 Reader Data Format
•
•
•
At pins 1 and 2, 4 and 5, 7 and 8, 10 and 11= Wiegand 5-Wire 5 volt card readers
At pins 2 and 3, 4 and 5, 7 and 8, 10 and 11= Wiegand 5-Wire 12 volt card readers
At pins 2 and 3, 5 and 6, 8 and 9, 11 and 12= PCSC 4-Wire 12 volt card readers
Switch 2 = OFF
Switches 1,3,4,6,7,8 = ON = 4 Reader PCB
Switch 5 = ON to enable Supervision Option of ALL Egress Sense Inputs (#24, 26,
28, and 30).
Switch 5 = OFF to disable Supervision of ALL Egress Sense Sense Inputs (#24, 26,
28, and 30).
Supervised Egress Option requires i4+07.010.02 series (or newer) IQ-400 firmware.
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9.3 IQ-800 Features (IQ-400 plus 4-Reader Expansion Module)
9.3.1 Two Auxiliary (Powered) Outputs (cc# 89, 90)
8 Reader Ports:
(Wiegand electrical interface for PCSC and OEM card readers) (Readers a-h)
8 Form C Door Strike Outputs (2.0 amps @ 12/24 VDC continuous power)
8 Door Left Open Outputs (or 8 External Shunt Options)
8 Supervised Door Senses (17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31)
5 Supervised User-Defined (Auxiliary) Sense Inputs (S14, S120, S121, S122, S123)
8 Supervised Request to Exit Inputs (16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30)
Battery Backed Clock Calendar
Flash RAM 128K standard (up to 256K)
Battery-Backed RAM 256K standard (up to 512K)
LEDs for:
Power, alarm, on-line diagnostics Reader Data [Error code, Door Status]
Unsupervised Tamper detect (S13)
9.3.2 System Capacities
Cardholder Capacity:
Time Periods:
Holiday Time Periods:
Holiday List:
History Transactions:
Enclosure Dimensions:
Weight:
Power:
Draw:
Temperature:
Communications:
8,000 (20,000 w/ Memory Expansion)
32
32
366 Days (Leap Year)
4,000 regardless of memory size
18”H x 11.5”W x 6”D
(45.7cm x 29.2cm x 15.2cm)
38 lbs. (17.3kg)
12VDC
3 amp @ 12VDC
32°F to 115°F (0°C to 46°C)
RS485 standard
RS232 standard
Dial-up standard
Ethernet optional
9.3.3 Electrical Ratings
Power:
Draw:
Relay Contacts
12VDC
660mA @ 13.65V
2 A @ 24 VDC
Data0/Data1
5 Vdc @ 0 mA for Logic 1
0 Vdc @ 5mA for Logic 0
Alarm Point Voltage
& Tamper Voltage
5.0 Vdc @ 0.0 mA when Sense Input is in Open Circuit Physical State.
0.0 Vdc @ 5.0 mA when Sense Input is in Short Circuit Physical State.
1.6 Vdc @ 3.4 mA when Sense Input is in Alarm Physical State.
0.9 Vdc @ 4.1 mA when Sense Input is in Normal Physical State.
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9.3.4 Spare Parts- 4-Reader Expansion Board (P/N: 03-10102-301E)
Part Number
Description
Designation
83-02082
83-02086
79-03022
83-2007
5-pin Plug Connector
9-pin Plug Connector
DPST Relay
Jump Connector
P10, P12, P14, P16
P11, P13, P15, P17
K5- K8
W1-W3, W5-W6, W11-W15
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9.4 IQ 8-Reader Expansion Module (P/N: 03-10102-201E)
The IQ-400 4-reader system can be expanded to a 12-reader system by installing the 8-Reader
Expansion Module. The 8-Reader Expansion board can be mounted below the IQ-400 in the larger
enclosures available from PCSC. Once mounted, the 8-Reader Expansion board is connected to the
IQ-400 by installing a 50-pin ribbon expansion cable from P1 on the 8-reader Expansion board to J1 on
the IQ-400. The 8-Reader expansion board allows the user to connect up to 8 additional readers to the
IQ-400. Each of the reader interfaces support either a PCSC proprietary reader (4-wire interface), or a
Wiegand reader (5-wire interface). The Expansion board also provides 8 additional interfaces for each of
the readers and the associated doors. These include the following:
•
•
•
•
•
Multilevel Door Sense Inputs (Supervised door sense inputs)
Reader Present inputs (Reader connected/disconnected)
Request to Exit inputs (Supervised Egress Inputs)
Relay contacts for door control outputs (Form C dry contacts rated for 2.0 Amps @ 12/24VDC
continuous power)
Door shunt/Local Alarm/Outputs (Open Collector output rated for +12 VDC @ 100mA)
9.4.1 Electrical Ratings
Power:
Draw:
Relay Contacts
12VDC
160mA @ 12V
2 A @ 24 VDC
Data0/Data1
5 Vdc @ 0 mA for Logic 1
0 Vdc @ 5mA for Logic 0
100mA @ 12 VDC
Card Reader Draw:
Alarm Point Voltage
& Tamper Voltage
5.0 Vdc @ 0.0 mA when Sense Input is in Open Circuit Physical State.
0.0 Vdc @ 5.0 mA when Sense Input is in Short Circuit Physical State.
1.6 Vdc @ 3.4 mA when Sense Input is in Alarm Physical State.
0.9 Vdc @ 4.1 mA when Sense Input is in Normal Physical State.
9.4.2 Power Supply
The 8-reader Expansion Module requires +5VDC for all logic. Relays, output drivers, etc. require a
+12VDC supply. The +5VDC and +12VDC is provided to the module via the 50-pin expansion cable,
which connects plug P1 of the 8-door cluster PCB (P/N 03-10102-201E) to plug J1 of the IQ-400 board,
(P/N 03-10111-201). The Variable Ambient Test will be for Indoor, 0 to 49 Degrees C, and 85% Relative
Humidity @ 30 Degrees C.
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9.4.3 Door Sense LEDs
8 LEDs located at D17, D18, D19, D20, D21, D22, D23, and D24 indicate the status of the Door circuits.
Resistors must be installed at the door contacts, the switches in place, door closed (normal state), and
the lines calibrated, in order for the supervised inputs to function. See Section 2.2.5.1.2 [Proper Point by
Point Calibration] of the LiNC-NET Administrator Guide (P/N: 38-10055-001) for calibration procedure.
LED Status Chart:
• Sense Input #25 LED is D17
• Sense Input #27 LED is D18
• Sense Input #29 LED is D19
• Sense Input #31 LED is D20
• Sense Input #33 LED is D21
• Sense Input #35 LED is D22
• Sense Input #37 LED is D23
• Sense Input #39 LED is D24
OFF
ON
Blinks once every 2 seconds
Blinks 1 time/second
Blinks 4 times/second
Circuit is in normal/secure state
Circuit is in an alarm condition state
Fault condition. Open circuit state
Fault condition. Short circuit state
Circuit is NOT calibrated and NOT in a functional state
9.4.4 Eight-Reader Expansion Board (P/N: 03-10102-201E) - Active LEDs
Eight LEDs located at D49, D50, D55, D56, D61, D62, D67, D68 indicate the status of the Reader
circuits. When the LED blinks momentarily after a card swipe, the system is processing the card data.
The LED is normally off.
Reader LED Status:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Reader E LED is D49
Reader F LED is D50
Reader G LED is D55
Reader H LED is D56
Reader I LED is D61
Reader J LED is D62
Reader K LED is D67
Reader L LED is D68
9.4.5 Jumpers
Reader type is selected by the use of jumpers located in between the reader ports at W4-W5 and W7W14. Refer to each diagram of reader-types in Section 5 [Reader Connections] for the proper setting of
these jumpers. Four other jumpers, located at W1, W2, W3, W6, and W15 designate chip selection, and
are set at the factory. They should not be changed unless directed by technical support.
The setting of the jumpers at W4 and W5 (4W or 5W) determines how the jumpers next to each reader
port is set. Also, when using a 5-wire, 12VDC reader, you can control the voltage at PIN 1, by moving the
#3 jumpers at W4 and W5 in conjunction with the reader port jumper setting.
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9.4.5.1 Eight-Reader Expansion Board (P/N: 03-10102-201E) - Jumper Selections
There are five jumper units located on the 8-Reader expansion PCB circuit board. The settings are
shown below.
•
•
W1 at Pins 2 and 3 = PCB addressed to the High Address Range
W1 at Pins 1 and 2 = PCB addressed to the Low Address Range
•
W4 (for Readers e-h)
•
•
•
•
W5 (for Readers i-l)
•
•
•
•
•
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At pins 1 and 2 = Wiegand 5-wire (Data 1’s and Data 0’s) format
At pins 2 and 3= PCSC 4-wire (proprietary) format
SW1 Switch Settings (to configure PCB for doors 5-12)
•
•
•
NOTE
At pins 1 and 2 = 32 ms (PCSC Factory Set. Do not modify)
At pins 2 and 3 = 64 ms
W7-W14 Reader Data Format
•
•
•
At pins 1 and 2, 4 and 5, 7 and 8, 10 and 11= Wiegand 5-Wire 5 volt card readers
At pins 2 and 3, 4 and 5, 7 and 8, 11 and 12= Wiegand 5-Wire 12 volt card readers
At pins 2 and 3, 5 and 6, 8 and 9, 11 and 12= PCSC 4-Wire 12 volt card readers
W6 – Reader T/O
•
•
•
At pins 1 and 2, 4 and 5, 7 and 8, 10 and 11= Wiegand 5-Wire 5 volt card readers
At pins 2 and 3, 4 and 5, 7 and 8, 10 and 11= Wiegand 5-Wire 12 volt card readers
At pins 2 and 3, 5 and 6, 8 and 9, 11 and 12= PCSC 4-Wire 12 volt card readers
Switch 1 = OFF
Switches 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 = ON = 8 Reader PCB
Switch 5 = ON to enable Supervision Option of ALL Egress Sense Inputs (#24, 26,
28, 30, 32, 34, 36 and 38).
Switch 5 = OFF to disable Supervision of ALL Egress Sense Sense Inputs (#24, 26,
28, 30, 32, 34, 36 and 38).
Supervised Egress Option requires i4+07.010.02 series (or newer) IQ-400 firmware.
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9.5 IQ-1200 Features (IQ-400 plus 8-Reader Expansion Module)
2 Auxiliary (Powered) Outputs (cc# 89, 90)
12 Reader Ports:
(Wiegand electrical interface for PCSC and OEM card readers) (readers a-l)
12 Form C Door Strike Outputs (2.0 amps @ 12/24 VDC continuous power)
12 Door Left Open Outputs (or 12 External Shunt Options)
12 Supervised Door Senses (17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39)
5 Supervised User-Defined (Auxiliary) Sense Inputs (S14, S120, S121, S122, S123)
12 Supervised Request to Exit Inputs (16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38)
Battery Backed Clock Calendar
Flash RAM 128K standard (up to 256K)
Battery-Backed RAM 256K standard (up to 512K)
LEDs for:
Power, alarm, on-line diagnostics Reader Data [Error code, door status]
Unsupervised Tamper detect (S13)
9.5.1 System Capacities
Cardholder Capacity:
Time Periods:
Holiday Time Periods:
Holiday List:
History Transactions:
Enclosure Dimensions:
Weight:
Power:
Draw:
Temperature:
Communications:
8,000 (20,000 w/ Memory Expansion)
32
32
366 Days (Leap Year)
4,000 regardless of memory size
18”H x 11.5”W x 6”D
(45.7cm x 29.2cm x 15.2cm)
38 lbs. (17.3kg)
12VDC
3 amp @ 12VDC
32°F to 115°F (0°C to 46°C)
RS485 standard
RS232 standard
Dial-up standard
Ethernet optional
9.5.2 Electrical Ratings
Power:
Draw:
Relay Contacts
12VDC
920mA @ 13.65V
2 A @ 24 VDC
Data0/Data1
5 Vdc @ 0 mA for Logic 1
0 Vdc @ 5mA for Logic 0
Alarm Point Voltage
& Tamper Voltage
5.0 Vdc @ 0.0 mA when Sense Input is in Open Circuit Physical State.
0.0 Vdc @ 5.0 mA when Sense Input is in Short Circuit Physical State.
1.6 Vdc @ 3.4 mA when Sense Input is in Alarm Physical State.
0.9 Vdc @ 4.1 mA when Sense Input is in Normal Physical State.
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9.5.3 Spare Parts- 8-Reader Expansion Board (P/N: 03-10102-201F)
Part Number
Description
Designation
83-02082
83-02086
79-03022
83-2007
5-pin Plug Connector
9-pin Plug Connector
DPST Relay
Jump Connector
P2, P4, P6, P8, P10, P12, P14, P16
P3, P5, P7, P9, P11, P13, P15, P17
K1- K8
W1-W15
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9.6 OUT PCB Features (P/N: 03-10032-201F)
16 Form C Relay Dry Contact Outputs (2.0 amps @ 12/24 VDC continuous power)
16 Unsupervised Sense Inputs (Alarm points 56-71)
LEDs for:
status, +5Vdc, +12VDC
Supervised Tamper detect (S13)
9.6.1 System Capacities
Enclosure Dimensions:
Weight:
Temperature:
Communications:
18”H x 11.5”W x 6”D
(45.7cm x 29.2cm x 15.2cm)
38 lbs. (17.3kg)
32°F to 115°F (0°C to 46°C)
50-pin Ribbon Cable
9.6.2 Electrical Ratings
Sense Inputs
Power:
Draw:
Relay Contacts
Open Switch
0.0 mA @ 12 VDC
Closed Switch 1.3 mA @ 0.0 VDC
12VDC
974mA @12V
2 A @ 24 VDC
9.6.3 Spare Parts- OUT PCB
Part Number
83-02083
83-02084
79-03022
83-2007
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Description
2-pin Plug Connector
4-pin Plug Connector
DPST Relay
Jump Connector
Designation
P13 (Pins 5-6)
P1- P12 (two connectors per plug), P13 (Pins 1-4)
K1- K16
P14
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9.7 ALM PCB Features (P/N:P 03-10032-301)
16 Unsupervised Sense Inputs (Alarm points 56-71)
LEDs for:
status, +5Vdc, +12Vdc
9.7.1 System Capacities
Enclosure Dimensions:
Weight:
Temperature:
Communications:
18”H x 11.5”W x 6”D
(45.7cm x 29.2cm x 15.2cm)
38 lbs. (17.3kg)
32°F to 115°F (0°C to 46°C)
50-pin Ribbon Cable
9.7.2 Electrical Ratings
Sense Inputs
Power:
Draw:
Open Switch
0.0 mA @ 12 VDC
Closed Switch 1.3 mA @ 0.0 VDC
12VDC
160mA @ 12V
9.7.3 Spare Parts- ALM PCB (P/N: 03-10032-301)
Part Number
83-02083
83-02084
83-2007
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Description
2-pin Plug Connector
4-pin Plug Connector
Jump Connector
Designation
P13 (Pins 5-6)
P1- P4 (two connectors per plug), P13 (Pins 1-4)
P14
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9.8 SAM Board
LEDs for:
status, +5Vdc, +12Vdc
9.8.1 System Capacities
Enclosure Dimensions:
Weight:
Temperature:
Communications:
18”H x 11.5”W x 6”D
(45.7cm x 29.2cm x 15.2cm)
38 lbs. (17.3kg)
32°F to 115°F (0°C to 46°C)
50-pin Ribbon Cable
9.8.2 Electrical Ratings
Sense Inputs
Power:
Draw:
Open Switch
0.0 mA @ 13.2 VDC
Closed Switch 1.3 mA @ 0.0 VDC
12VDC
90mA @ 12V
9.8.3 Spare Parts- SAM PCB
Part Number
83-02083
83-02084
83-2007
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Description
2-pin Plug Connector
4-pin Plug Connector
1-4)
Jump Connector
Designation
P13 (Pins 5-6)
P1- P4 (two connectors per plug), P13 (Pins
P14
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9.9 Cable Requirements and Maximum Lengths
9.9.1 CommunicationType of
Technology
IQ-400
Type of 22awg
Stranded Wire
2-pair, twisted, w/
overall shield
Maximum Distance
To the last IQ-400
(4,000 ft (1,219 m)
Max. Distance w/PIN Pad
(BP-250)
9.9.2 Readers
4-wire PCSCType of
Technology
Models Type of 22awg
Stranded Wire
Maximum Distance
ProTech
BR-350 2-pair, twisted, w/ 2000 ft.
overall shield
(667 m)
Max. Distance w/PIN Pad
(BP-250)
2000 ft.
(667 m)
5-wire WiegandType of
Technology
Models
Type of 22awg
Stranded Wire
Maximum Distance
Max. Distance w/PIN Pad
(Bp-270)
ProTech
BR-370
3-pair, twisted, w/
overall shield
500 ft.
(192 m)
500 ft.
(192 m)
Proximity
All models 3-pair, twisted, w/
overall shield
500 ft.
(192 m)
500 ft.
(192 m)
Biometric
All models 3-pair, twisted, w/
overall shield
500 ft.
(192 m)
500 ft
(192 m)
Bar Code
All models 3-pair, twisted, w/
overall shield
500 ft.
(192 m)
500 ft
(192 m)
Vehicle ID
VR-670
500 ft.
(192 m)
500 ft
(192 m)
3-pair, twisted, w/
overall shield
2-pair twisted and shielded cable recommended brands are:
Belden 8728 Olympic 3030 Alpha 2404 or 2212
3-pair twisted and shielded cable recommended brands are:
Belden 8777 Alpha 6010C WPW D431
NOTE All data communications cables must reside in a separate electrical conduit.
Absolutely NO high voltage or AC power cables allowed within data conduits.
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9.10 Tool Requirements
Cable Connection Tool
On the IQ-200 circuit board, a standard screwdriver is required
for securing cabling connections.
9.11 Controller Specifications
Microprocessor
The IQ-400 Controller is based on a 80C188EB microprocessor,
operating at 16 MHz. The 80C188EB is a 16-bit processor
(internal operation) with an eight-bit data bus. A 20-bit address
bus provides a 1M Byte addressing range. Other features
include three internal 16-bit timers, interrupt controller (8529
equivalent), multiple programmable chip select decoders with
programmable wait states, and two serial communication
channels.
LEDs and Dipswitches
30 discrete LEDs are provided which the microprocessor
software can individually control. Eight general-purpose
switches are provided for use by the microprocessor software,
and are utilized for mode control, configuration setting, ID
selection, etc. In addition, a Power ON LED and four “Reader
Active” LEDs are provided.
Two Seven-Segment LED Display
Real Time Clock
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Error codes are displayed in Hexadecimal format. Refer to the
error code section for listing of codes and their meanings.
A real time clock (DS1302) with battery backup is provided for
time of day information.
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Serial Communication
Two serial communication ports are provided by the IQ-400
controller.
•
RS-485: Four wire (twisted pair) interface which is optically
isolated from the controller.
•
•
Power Supply
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RS-232: At P7 (RS232 DB9 – Real Time Printer Port). At
P2 (RS232 Direct Connect) – standard RS232 interface.
Jumper W6 adds/removes an onboard 120Ω End-of-Line
Termination Resistor.
The IQ-400 controller requires +5VDC for all logic. Relays,
output drivers, etc. require a +12VDC supply. An on-board dcdc converter accepts an external voltage source of 10-26VDC,
and converts this unregulated source to the required +5VDC.
For an input voltage range of 10-15 volts, the “+12VDC”
converts this voltage source to the required +12VDC. For more
information, please refer to the ESD power supply installation
manual.
Battery Back-up Requirements
Factory Settings
Provision for installing a termination resistor is provided.
A 12 AH battery is recommended as a back-up to the power
supply, because it is the largest battery that will fit in the
enclosure. The battery should be connected to the power
supply charger in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions. Refer to ESD SPS-3.6M2E, or SPS-6.5M4 Power
Supply installation instructions (P/N: SPS36instructions Rev:
04/15/02) for determining battery backup size.
At the factory the IQ-400 is set as IQ-400 #1, communications
as direct connect (RS232/RS485) @ 9600 baud, with 120 Ohm
resistor termination disabled (W6 jumper set at 1-2).
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9.12 Maintenance Requirements
The following items require testing and/or maintenance to be performed on the SIM at least once a year.
•
•
•
Fuse Replacement
PCB Back Up Memory Battery Replacement
Power Supply Back Battery Replacement.
9.12.1 Fuse Replacement Method:
1. Disconnect all power from board.
2. Carefully remove fuse from board using proper tools.
3. Replace only with same rated fuse or 250 V, 4A 3AG.
WARNING:
For Continued Protection Against The Risk Of Fire, Replace Only With Same
Type And Rating Of Fuse.
9.12.2. Back-Up Memory Battery Replacement
1. Disconnect all power from board.
2. Remove Battery from PCB
3. Replace only with only the same type battery as specified battery, see Spare Parts
Section for battery Part Number.
WARNING:
Replacing with the incorrect battery may cause damage the PCB, and void
warranty.
9.12.3 Power Supply Back Battery Replacement
1. Check battery condition at least once a year,
2. Replace every 3-5 years with a UL Recognized Sealed Lead Acid batteries, 12 V dc.
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10.0 Appendix B – Configuring the IQ-400E
10.1 Configuring the IQ-400E for Version 0130 and above
The following Configuration Instructions are for updating the IQ-400E (PCSC Part #: 03-10108-xxx) TCP/
IP Configuration.
NOTE: These instructions can be used for a standard IQ-400 (p/n - 03-10111-002 in
conjunction with an IQ LAN (p/n - 03-10108-001). If this combination is used,
the panel number in the IQ LAN and the IQ-400 PCB must match.
NOTE: The LANtronix MSS1-T RS-232 Serial Server has not been evaluated by
UL, and is not suitable for UL installations.
NOTE: The IQ-LAN (p/n - 03-10108-001) has not been evaluated by UL, and is not
suitable for UL installations.
10.1.1 Required Equipment:
1.
2.
3.
4.
PC or Notebook computer with a NIC
Web Browser (IE 5 or greater or Netscape 5 or greater.)
Ethernet Cross Over cable (example: Unicom E5DD-C414-WT-10TR) or attached to a hub
IQ-400E – 03-10111-002/E
10.1.2 Required Information:
1. LiNC-NET Host IP Address
2. IP Address – This is the unique IP Address for each IQ-400E.
3. Any Gateway information.
10.1.3 Required firmware:
1. IQ-400E panel firmware: ix+xx.xxx.xx or greater
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10.2 Configuring your Host Computer
1. Change host IP to be 192.168.168.3 in your computer’s TCP/IP settings - This is the default
Host IP address that the IQ-400E uses for setup:
a. Right mouse click on “My Network Places”
b. Select: Properties
c. Right mouse click on “Local Area Connection”
d. Highlight Internet Protocol [TCP/IP] and Press the Properties button.
e. You will need to verify that you have “Use the following IP address” selected.
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g.
h.
i.
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Enter 192.168.168.3 for the I.P. address
Enter 255.255.255.0 for the Subnet mask
Press the OK button
Reboot the host computer if necessary. Depending on you system you may or may
not have to do this.
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10.3 Configuring IQ-400E VIA the TCP/IP Configurator
Use a Web Browser to configure and view the IQ-400E Configuration Information (IE 5 or greater, or
Netscape 5 or greater). You will need to know the following information, IQ0400E IP address 192.168.168.32, Logon Name - admin, and Logon Password – PYMTF
The following steps are for connecting and changing the TCP/IP Configuration.
1. Connect your Cross Over cable from your host to the IQ-400E.
NOTE: Once you have powered up the IQ-400E and have successfully made a
connection to the Host, the panel R45 connectors Green LED will turn ON. You
will also see the Yellow LED strobe when it is trying to communicate to the
Host.
2. Open your Browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Netscape, etc.)
3. Request the configuration form by entering the following in the “Address” field of the
Browser. http://192.168.168.32
4. An html form will appear (figure on next page).
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10.3.1 TCP/IP Configuration
5. Change the appropriate values.
a. Panel Number – This must match the IQ-400E panel number.
b. Host IP – This is the LiNC-NET Host IP
c. Our IP - This is the IQ-400E address
6. Enter the Logon Name – admin
7. Enter Logon Password – PYMTF
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8. Click on the Update button. The following screen(s) will appear depending on the field you
have changed.
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9. Close the Browser. You will have to change your Host IP to match the Host IP address just
entered in the TIP/IP Configuration
10. Re-open the Browser. Call out the new IQ-400E address. You should now see all of the
updated information.
NOTE: Once you have changed the Host IP in the IQ-400E, the host IP must match. If they do
not then you will not be able to view the TCP/IP configuration information.
Update IQ panel firmware – Reference IQ-Series Downloader Installation Instructions Technical Bulletin
(P/N: 39-10050-001).
NOTE: Updating the firmware will void the UL Listing, and will not be suitable for UL
Installations.
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10.4 Resetting the IQ-400E
If the IQ-400E panel is accidentally set to an incorrect (and/or unknown) IP address, it is possible to
reset the panel to its original default IP address.
1. Power off the IQ-400E board.
2. Reset SW1 DIPswitch to (11101110)
3. Power up the board. The IQ-400E board LED Array will initially show 8.8., then 8.6., then
8.8. once again –board is now reset. The board reset has created the following default
values:
a. Logon is “admin”
b. Password is “PYMTF”
c.
“Host IP” is reset to ‘0’
d. “Our IP” is reset to 192.168.168.32
3. Using your Internet browser, type in the IP address 192.168.168.32. The IQ LAN module
should be in default mode.
NOTE Your computer’s TCP/IP has to be set to the 192.168.168.xxx for proper
communication to the panel.
4. See page 104, steps 5 through 8, for proper resetting of the TCP/IP configuration for the
board.
NOTE When reset, the LAN module will default to Panel 1 and the default address.
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PCSC, Inc.
August 2008
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