Samsung SSA-P102T User manual

SSA-P102
SSA-P102T
Access Control Panel
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safety information
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage consisting a risk of electric shock is
present within this unit.
This exclamation point symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
WARNING
1. Be sure to use only the standard adapter that is specified in the specification sheet.
Using any other adapter could cause fire, electrical shock, or damage to the product.
2. Incorrectly connecting the power supply or replacing battery may cause explosion, fire, electric shock, or damage to
the product.
3. Do not connect multiple controllers to a single adapter. Exceeding the capacity may cause abnormal heat generation or fire.
4. Securely plug the power cord into the power receptacle. Insecure connection may cause fire.
5. When installing the controller, fasten it securely and firmly. The fall of controller may cause personal injury.
6. Do not place conductive objects (e.g. screwdrivers, coins, metal parts, etc.) or containers filled with water on top of the
controller. Doing so may cause personal injury due to fire, electric shock, or falling objects.
7. Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
8. If any unusual smells or smoke come from the unit, stop using the product. In such case, immediately disconnect the
power source and contact the service center. Continued use in such a condition may cause fire or electric shock.
9. If this product fails to operate normally, contact the nearest service center. Never disassemble or modify this product in
any way. (SAMSUNG is not liable for problems caused by unauthorized modifications or attempted repair.)
10.. When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
CAUTION
1. Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong blows to it. Keep away from a location subject to excessive
vibration or magnetic interference.
2. Do not install in a location subject to high temperature (over 50°C), low temperature (below 0°C), or high humidity.
Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
3. If you want to relocate the already installed product, be sure to turn off the power and then move or reinstall it.
4. Remove the power plug from the outlet when there is a lighting storm. Neglecting to do so may cause fire or damage
to the product.
2_ safety information
5. Keep out of direct sunlight and heat radiation sources. It may cause fire.
6. Install it in a place with good ventilation.
7. Avoid aiming the controller directly towards extremely bright objects such as sun.
8. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be
placed on the apparatus.
9. The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time.
FCC Statement
Note : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one
wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third
prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with
the apparatus.
13. Unplug this apparatus when a card is used. Use caution when moving the cart/ apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Caution : Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
contents
PRODUCT INTRODUCTION
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INSTALLATION AND EXTERNAL
CONNECTION
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INITIALIZATION
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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Features
What’s included
Cable Selection
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Connecting the termination resistor and diode
Earth-grounding the communication cables
Power, Reader, and I/O Connection
Communication Line Connection
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System Initialization
Reader Input Bit Setup
Board ID Setting
Communication Speed Setup
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Troubleshooting
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Product Specifications
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
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4_ contents
product introduction
FEATURES
Standalone Operation
As it is equipped with two card readers, you can use this product to control the access on a single door. This
controller determines to allow access by reading data from the card reader, and controls the open/close of the
door relay and enables you to change other output settings. Upon receipt of an incoming external input signal
(sensor or Exit button), it launches an output device such as the relay. This controller has an independent
control system, assuring a normal operation regardless of problems on any other systems and, not affecting
them in the reverse situation.
Data Maintenance
In the event of power failure, the controller retains all card information (user data) and the access/alert history (event
data) until it is damaged on the memory.
Anti-Pass Back
A door has two card readers installed: one for the entrance, and the other for the exit, so anyone who enters should
recognize his/her card on the reader at the entrance time before he can exit normally. If a person does not go under
the card recognition process and just follows another person’s way inside the door, the person is not allowed to exit
when he/she recognizes the access card on exit card reader, and the anti-pass-back error (APB error) occurs
which will be saved into the internal memory. And you can configure to output a signal through a specific pin when
such an error occurs.
(Make your setting in the Application program (controlled access, time and attendance management, etc) – I/O
Setup – APB Error)
Computer-based Management
All records of authorized or unauthorized accesses and any external signal will be saved in the internal memory. You
can download such data onto your computer according to the specified communications protocol. With the
downloaded data, you can store, process, create a report based on your query (access and alert details, etc) on the
central computer.
Input Port Format Setup
It is equipped with 5 built-in input ports, 2 relay output ports, and 2 TTL output ports. You can use the input ports
to receive signals from the Exit button and the fire sensor, and utilize this product to meet various situations such as
attaching the door lock to any of the two relays. You can also set the output time for these output ports.
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PRODUCT INTRODUCTION
This is a state-of-the-art single door access controller device that provides a high level security system in an
affordable price, meeting the needs in the security industry. With its user-friendly interface, this product enables user
manipulation easy and simple for whatever you want to perform in a high level of stability.
With its user-friendly interface, it can register cards between 10,000 and 50,000, within which you can change,
delete, and add them. The built-in event memory can save up to 50,000 instances of entires and alerts according to
the number of registered cards. (However, the sum of the registered card count and the event count can not
exceed 60,000.) And it also supports a separate event storage system for an input device that detects the most
urgent events such as fire sensor and emergent input key preceding over other events from a remote site
You can connect a wide range of readers via the two reader ports, and operate the product in RF Card and RF
Card + PW modes. 5 independent input ports can be used to connect to various devices such as Exit Buttons,
Door Contact Sensors, PIR Sensors, and Window Breakage Sensors to reinforce security; this product is designed
to detect any of these sensors cut off or short-circuited.
You can establish the independent or network connection via RS-232 or RS-422 communications. SSA-P102T is
equipped with a built-in TCP/IP module, which enables you to establish LAN communications. All settings including
card registration information, I/O settings, Real Time Clock, Time Schedules and all Event Transaction Reports can
be downloaded /uploaded from/to the host computer with software supporting a variety of reporting formats.
Installed and managed inside the security zone for preventing the risk of damage, this product can implement a high
level security access control system with multiple control options, best fit for access control and time & attendance
management.
product introduction
Time Scheduling
You can specify a time range during which a specific operation is performed. You can specify a specific time range
for a schedule code, which will be transferred to the applicable device. You can specify up to 5 different time
ranges for a day, ranging from Monday to Sunday including holidays. Each time schedule code can be applied
with a single different (or same) holiday code.
Door Open Alarm and Forced Door Open Alarm
The Door Open Alarm function notifies the administrator that the door is still open if a door stays open after the
normal door open time and the standby time (default: 3 seconds). (The output signal can be transferred via the
output port, data on any abnormal state will be stored in memory, which will be transferred upon request from
the PC software. The Forced Door Open Alarm function produces an alert when the Door Contact Sensor senses
any forced opening of the door. (In case of a forced opened door, the product does not check the time out.)
Holiday Setup
You can specify a holiday (legal holiday or bi-weekly holiday) excluding Sunday. You can specify up to 32
holidays for a single holiday code. (Access can be permitted only for an allowable time range according to your
time schedule setting) A holiday code can be assigned to the time schedule code.
Duress Mode
This is used in a situation where you should open the door inevitably by a robber insisting to do so. Open the
door by entering the two-digit duress alarm password and pressing the
button before presenting the
registered card (or recognizing the card number), in the meantime this forcibly duress situation will be notified to
the PC application. (This mode is enabled only if the product is connected to a key-based reader.)
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 All of the above mentioned functions can be enabled using the application (SAMS Basic).
WHAT’S INCLUDED
Check if the following items are included in the product package.
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Main Unit
Quick Guide
Diode (x2)
(UF4004, 1N4001~4007)
Resistor (x5)
(2.2kΩ, 1/4W)
6_ product introduction
CD Manual
Main Board
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Fixing Hole
Used to attach SSA-P102 to the closure using a metal supporter. (Ensure that you use
the metal supporter to prevent the EMI.)
2
2Pin DIP Switch
Used to set the type of a connected reader to either 26bit Wiegand or 34bit Wiegand.
The device address and communication speed specified by the applicable switch should
be consistent with those of the computer that is used for communications.
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8Pin DIP Switch
4
Pressing both of the switches at the same time for about 2 seconds will sound
System Initialize Switch initialization ready beep. Releasing both switches will stop the beep, and restarts the
system after the initialization.
5
RJ-45
Connect the LAN cable for TCP/IP communications.
6
LED
Indicates the state of the LAN communications.
7
RL#1, RL#2
Ports where the buzzer control line or the LED control line of the reader is connected to
display the operation status of Relay 1 or Relay 2.
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Input #5
Input Port: The flashing LED indicator denotes that a signal is sensed by the port.
9
Input #4
Input Port: The flashing LED indicator denotes that a signal is sensed by the port.
(Address Setting: Pin 1 to Pin 5 of the DIP Switch, Communication Speed: Pin 6 to Pin 8
of the DIP Switch)
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PRODUCT INTRODUCTION
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product introduction
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Input #3
Input Port: The flashing LED indicator denotes that a signal is sensed by the port.
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Input #2
Input Port: The flashing LED indicator denotes that a signal is sensed by the port.
(connected to the Door Contact Sensor.) All other sensors are not allowed.
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Input #1
Input Port: The flashing LED indicator denotes that a signal is sensed by the port.
(connected to the Exit button.) All other input sources are not allowed.
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MCU Module
Connection Port
MCU module connection port. Do not disassemble it at will.
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TCP/IP Module
Connection Port
SSA-P102T comes with the TCP/IP module.
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Reader #2
Reader port.
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Reader #1
Reader port.
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BUZZER
It will sound beeps on system initialization to the configured output depending on the
buzzer control settings.
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LCD Connection Port
Optional item.
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Keypad Connection Port Optional item.
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Power Connection Port
SSA-P102 uses DC +12V for its power source.
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TTL Output #1
TTL output port.
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TTL Output #2
TTL output port.
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Relay Output #1
Relay output port.
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Relay Output #2
Relay output port.
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RS-232
RS-232 communication port. Used to exclusively connect to a PC in a local area.
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RS-422
RS-422 communication port. Used to connect to a PC in a remote area. You can
establish up to 32 multi-drop communications.
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Power LED
Displays the status of the power supply.
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RX LED
Displays the signal reception status while in communications.
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TX LED
Displays the signal transmission status while in communications.
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MCU Module
MCU module.
8_ product introduction
CABLE SELECTION
RS-232
RS-422/RS-232
Converter
PRODUCT INTRODUCTION
HOST PC
RS-422
RS-422
RS-422
DC12V
Power Supply
RF Reader
Lock/Alarm
Exit Button/Sensor Input
Item
1
DC 12V Product Power € This
product
2
Reader (Power and Data) External
Reader € This product
3
Door Contact Sensor
Exit Button
Sensor Input
Input € This product
DC12V
Power Supply
RF Reader
Lock/Alarm
Exit Button/Sensor Input
Cable Type
Belden #9409, 18 AWG 2 Conductor, Unshielded
Belden #9512, 22 AWG 4 Conductor, Shielded
Belden #9514, 22 AWG 8 Conductor, Shielded
Belden #9512, 22 AWG 4 Conductor, Shielded
Belden #9514, 22 AWG 8 Conductor, Shielded
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Door Lock
Alarm Device
Lock (Alarm) € This product
Belden #9409, 18AWG 2 Conductor, Unshielded
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RS-232 Cable
Converter € Host P.C.
Belden #9829, 24 AWG 2-twisted pair, Shielded
RS-485 Cable
SSA-P102 € SSA-P102
SSA-P102 € Converter
Belden #9829, 24 AWG 2-twisted pair, Shielded
RS-422 Cable
SSA-P102 € SSA-P102
SSA-P102 € Converter
Belden #9830, 24 AWG 3-twisted pair, Shielded
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 The cables should be thick enough to allow the maximum current consumed by the reader.
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installation and external connection
CONNECTING THE TERMINATION RESISTOR AND DIODE
Termination Resistor
A resistor is inserted for matching the line’s impedance to prevent distortion and reduction in RS-422 or RS-485
long distance data communications, which is referred to as termination resistor.
Note that termination resistors of lower than 90 are not allowed, neither more than one termination resistor is
accepted for the communications system.
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RS-485
A
RS-485
RS-485/RS-232
Converter
#
120Ω
120Ω
Termination Resistors
B
Last SSA-P102
<Termination Resistor in RS-485 Communication>
RX+
TX+
TX-
RS-485/RS-232
Converter
RX+
RS-422
RS-422
120Ω
RXTX+
TX-
RX120Ω
Last SSA-P102
Termination Resistors
<Termination Resistor in RS-422 Communication>
Bypass Diode Connection
If you connected an inductor (door lock or alarm device) to the output relay, there should occur a voltage surge
while the inductor was between turning on and turning off. If you do not connect a bypass diode to the relay, the
voltage surge will cause damage to the electric circuit of the controller. To reduce this surge, it is recommended to
connect a bypass diode to the relay.
DC+
Cathode
1N4004 ~ 1n4007 or equiv.
DCSSA-P102
10_ installation and external connection
Anode
Lock/Alarm
EARTH-GROUNDING THE COMMUNICATION CABLES
We recommend you to use a proper grounding system for the communication cables.
1. Earth Ground
2. Chassis Ground
3. Power Ground
The most important thing about the earth-grounding lies in connecting neither end of the shield wire to the grounding
system simultaneously. This will cause a current flow through the shield wire when the voltage level of both ends of the
shield wire is not equal and this current flow will introduce some noise and interference to communications.
It is recommended to connect ONLY one end of the shield wire of the communication cable to the grounding system. If
you can locate an earth-grounding point nearby, connect one end of the shield wire to that point. If you could hardly locate
an earth grounding point nearby, connect one end of the shield wire to the chassis ground point. If you could locate
neither of an earth or chassis grounding point nearby, connect one end of the shield wire to the power ground point
(GND). Note that if the chassis ground is not properly connected to the earth and floated from the ground level, grounding
to the chassis ground will yield the worst communication performance. If this is the case, use the power ground point
rather than the chassis ground.
RS-422 Cable
RS-422/RS-232
Communication
Wires
Converter
RS-232
Connect
ShieldWire
Open
RS-422
HOST PC
RS-422
RS-422
RS-422
Earth Ground
or Chasis Ground
or Power Ground
GND
GND
SSA-P102 #1
GND
SSA-P102 #2
GND
SSA-P102 #3
SSA-P102 #n
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INSTALLATION AND EXTERNAL CONNECTION
The best grounding method is to earth-ground the shield wire of the communication cable. However, the earth-grounding
of the communication cable is not easy at all, and it also causes an increased installation cost. There are three grounding
points available for installation:
installation and external connection
POWER, READER, AND I/O CONNECTION
Power Connection
Check the location of the power port.
DC +12V
GND
- Connect the plus (+) line of DC 12V to the corresponding port (+12V).
- Connect the plus (-) line of DC 12V to the GND (-) port.
Reader Connection
READER #2
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- You can safely use other power sources for the reader than supplied from the specified port; however, all
power sources should be connected to the common GND port. Failure of the GND grounding will cause a
transfer error of Wigand data to the controller due to a voltage difference.
Connect Wiegand Data Output 0 of the proximity reader to the D0 port and connect Wiegand Data Output
1 to the D1 port of P102(T).
12_ installation and external connection
Input Connection
Door Contact
Exit Button
PUSH
GND
INPUT #2
GND
INPUT #1
- The Input #1 and Input #2 ports have the Exit button and the Door Contact Sensor installed, while Input #3
to Input #5 can be configured to your preference.
- Exit Button Connection
Connect one line of the Exit button to IN 1.
Connect the other line of the Exit button to GND.
- Door Contact Sensor Connection
Connect one line of the Door Contact Sensor to IN 2.
Connect the other line of the Door Contact Sensor to GND.
- Auxiliary Device Connection (AUX #3, AUX #4, AUX #5)
Connect one line of the auxiliary input device to any one of IN3, IN 4, and IN 5.
Connect the other end of the auxiliary input device to GND.
- 2.2kΩ Resistor Connection for Short-Circuit Check
1. To enable the short-circuit check function, you must have connected a 2.2KΩ resistor between the input line
(ex: orange) and the ground line (GND). First, specify if you check each input device for any short circuit.
2. Using the input port/DIP switch test, you can check if the short-circuit resistor is properly connected.
Input Line (ex: orange)
PUSH
2.2KΩ Resistor
Input Device
GND
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INSTALLATION AND EXTERNAL CONNECTION
GND
INPUT #5
GND
INPUT #4
GND
INPUT #3
installation and external connection
Output Connection
+
COM
Normal
Open
NO
-
+12V
GND
NC
+
COM
Normal
Close
-
Cathode
Anode
1N4004 ~ 1N4007 or equiv.
+12V
GND
- According to the operation mode, the Door Lock type is classified in two: NC (Normal close) and NO
(Normal Open). Make the connection as appropriate.
- To prevent a risk of voltage surge during the lock operation, it is recommended to use the bypass diode.
- If the Door Lock type is POWER FAIL SAFE
1. Connect the COM (common) line of the Door Lock relay to DC +12V.
2. Connect the plus (+) line of the Door Lock to the Normal Close (NC) line of the Door Lock relay.
3. Connect the minus (-) line of the Door Lock to the grouding line, GND.
- If the Door Lock type is POWER FAIL SECURE
1. Connect the COM (common) line of the Door Lock relay to DC +12V (red).
2. Connect the plus (+) line of the Door Lock to the Normal Open (NO) line of the Door Lock relay.
3. Connect the minus (-) line of the Door Lock to the grounding line, GND.
Alarm Device Connection
1. Connect the COM line of the alarm device relay to DC +12V.
2. Connect the plus (+) line of the alarm device to NO.
3. Connect the minus (-) line of the alarm device to the grounding line, GND.
14_ installation and external connection
COMMUNICATION LINE CONNECTION
RS-232 Communication Port Connection
A 9-pin connector for serial communication is required to make connection to the PC.
Connect the 9 pin connector for RS-232 communications as follows:
INSTALLATION AND EXTERNAL CONNECTION
HOST PC
RS-232
2
3
5
9-Pin Female Connector
1. Connect RS-232-TX to pin #2 of the 9-pin connector.
2. Connect RS-232-TX to pin #3 of the 9-pin connector.
3. Connect RS-232-GND to pin #5 of the 9-pin connector.
4. Connect the serial communication connector to the serial COM port of the computer.
5. Install and launch the application (SAMS).
GND
RX
TX
- Check the location of the communication port.
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installation and external connection
RS-422 Communication Port Connection (Standalone)
The RS-422/RS-232 converter is required to establish RS-422 communications. Connect the 9-pin connector of
the RS-422/RS-232 converter as follows:
RS-422/RS-232
Converter
RxD
TxD
Power
RS-232C
HOST
T+ T- R+ R-
MAX. 1200m
TXTX+
RXRX+
1. Connect RS-422-TX(-) to the RX(-) port of the converter.
2. Connect RS-422-TX(+) to the RX(+) port of the converter.
3. Connect RS-422-RX(-) to the TX(-) port of the converter.
4. Connect RS-422-RX(+) to the TX(+) port of the converter.
5. Connect the 9-pin connector of the RS-422/RS-232 converter to the serial COM port of the computer.
6. Install and launch the application (SAMS).
RX+
RXTX+
TX-
- Check the location of the communication port.
16_ installation and external connection
RS-422 Communication Port Connection (Multiple Units)
The RS-422/RS-232 converter is required to establish RS-422 communications with SSA-P102.
RS-422/232
Converter
RxD
TxD
Power
T+ T- R+ R-
INSTALLATION AND EXTERNAL CONNECTION
RS-232C
HOST
MAX. 1200m
TXTX+
RXRX+
SSA-P102
- Follow the guidelines below to make connection between devices.
1. Connect TX(-) of one device to TX(-) of other one.
2. Connect TX(+) of one device to TX(+) of other one.
3. Connect RX(-) of one device to RX(-) of other one.
4. Connect RX(+) of one device to RX(+) of other one.
5. Set a unique board ID for each product.
- Follow the guidelines below to make connection between the terminal device and the RS-422 9-pin
connector of the RS-422/RS-232 converter.
1. Connect RS-422-TX(-) to the RX(-) port of the converter.
2. Connect RS-422-TX(+) to the RX(+) port of the converter.
3. Connect RS-422-RX(-) to the TX(-) port of the converter.
4. Connect RS-422-RX(+) to the TX(+) port of the converter.
5. Connect the 9-pin connector of the RS-422/RS-232 converter to the COM port of the computer.
6. Install and launch the application (SAMS).
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installation and external connection
TCP/IP Communication Port Connection
1) TCP/IP Communication Connection
HUB
TCP / IP
PC
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TCP / IP
 SSA-P102T is required to establish TCP/IP communications.
2) Cabling
Connect the LAN cable to the TCP/IP RJ-45 jack as shown.
1. Connect the RJ45 jack of the unit to the RJ45 plug, the LAN cable of the network system.
2. Set a unique communication address (COMM ADDR) for each unit
3. Install and launch the application (SAMS).
18_ installation and external connection
initialization
SYSTEM INITIALIZATION
Initializing the system using the Initialize switch
INITIALIZATION
Apply the power and initialize the system by using the initialization switch.
Initialize Switch
1. Locate the Initialize switch (
) on the upper right corner
and press both switches simultaneously.
• Pressing both of the switches at the same time for about 2
seconds will sound initialization ready beep. Releasing both
switches will stop the beep, and restarts the system after the
initialization.
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 Initializing the system restores all your settings to the default, consequently all ID data will be lost.
 Do not turn off the product until the initialization process is completed.
READER INPUT BIT SETUP
26BIT/34BIT
1. The initial value of the switch is “0”, and all of the two switches are
defaulted to OFF.
• The default setting is 26BIT.
❖ Use the switch to set the value.
ON KS022H
ON KS022H
For 26 Bit Wiegand
8J 1
8J 1
2
2
Not used
ON KS022H
ON KS022H
8J 1
8J 1
For 34 Bit Wiegand
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2
2
 You can not configure any setting for a device that contains ID data. Further setting is enabled when the card ID has
been deleted or when you complete initializing the system. (It is recommended to configure the settings as necessary
in the installation stage.)
 Select one from 26BIT and 34BIT.
 Below is a list of compatible readers.
26bit Reader : SSA-R20X0/SSA-R1000/SSA-R1100/SSA-R2000
34bit Reader : SSA-R20X1/SSA-R1001/SSA-R1101/SSA-R2001
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initialization
BOARD ID SETTING
Device Address and
Communication Speed
Each device in the multi-serial communication connection is assigned with a
unique number to identify each other.
1. The initial value of the switch is “0”, and all of the 8 switches are
defaulted to OFF.
2. Each switch has a unique value, and the board ID is the sum of the
values of the switches.
KS022H
ON
1
• You can specify a value between 0 and 31 for the board ID.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
4800 bps
1
9600 bps
19200 bps
2
38400 bps
4
57600 bps
115200 bps
8
16
❖ Refer to the example below for the board ID.
Example 1
1
Example 2
KS022H
ON
2
3
4
5
6
Address
7
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
KS022H
ON
8
1
1
2
3
4
5
38400 bps
7
8
115200 bps
2
4
2
4
8
4
8
16
8
16
Board ID: 0 (default)
6
1
9600 bps
2
M
Example 3
KS022H
ON
8
Communication Speed
16
Board ID: 2+4 = 6
Board ID: 1+16 = 17
 The board ID becomes the address of the device so the controllers in the same loop should be identified with each
other.
COMMUNICATION SPEED SETUP
Device Address and
Communication Speed
1. The initial value of the switch is “0”, and all of the 8 switches are
defaulted to OFF.
2. Each changing the switch makes a beep, and the communication
speed changes immediately upon the switch setting.
• Use the switch to set the value.
9600 bps
(Default Setting)
M
4800 bps
19200 bps
38400 bps
57600 bps
115200 bps
KS022H
KS022H
KS022H
KS022H
KS022H
KS022H
6
6
6
6
6
6
7
8
7
8
7
8
7
8
7
 You can select only one value from the 6 examples below for the communication speed.
 However, the communication speed should match that of the host PC.
20_ initialization
8
7
8
troubleshooting
TROUBLESHOOTING
If the product does not function properly, please see the below for trouble shooting.
PROBLEM
ACTION
1)
2)
It is not available.
The mode is defined for each reader device, not the card.
Thus, you can not specify the mode for each card differently.
Ever since I mass-transferred data using the
PC application, some cards are not allowed
for access.
1)
You might have not saved card information to the PC, but just to the device
when registering card using the PC application.
Check if there is a registered, but disallowed card in the PC.
For an unregistered card, try to enter it again and save to the PC before
transferring to the device.
The Mass Transfer/Group Transfer function of the PC application will delete
all card data in the device before transferring the PC data to the device. As
such, if you usually register one card on a daily basis, you may not save it to
the PC but transfer to the device, which causes unsaved card numbers not
to be registered with the device in the operation of a mass-transfer.
If this is not the case, the problem may be caused by the defective of an
internal circuit. Contact the nearest customer service for technical
assistance.
2)
3)
4)
5)
A RF card is normally recognized by my
presenting it to the reader but is not
recognized using the keypad.
If the keypad operation does not work at all as a means of authenticating the
card, use the PC application to check if the reader is set to use the keypad
values.
The reader reads a card normally but no
reaction is made to other device or an
irrelevant card number is displayed.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Check the power source of the reader.
(Check if the LED indicator of the reader is blinking when it has read a
card.)
Check if the reader works properly.
(Disconnect the reader from the system and use a measuring device such
as an oscilloscope to measure the output port of the reader.)
Check if the reader is properly connected to the system.
- Check if the Wiegand communication line between the reader and the
system is properly established. (D0, D1)
- The Wiegand communication line should be connected to GND.
(A different power source may be fine but the earth-grounding point
should be connected to GND of the device.
If you find the output signal but with severe noise when using a measuring
device to measure the Wiegand communication line, please check the
followings:
- Connect the shield wire and the spare wire of the cable to GND.
- Use the repeater.
If the problem persists after you followed the instructions above, please
contact the customer service for technical assistance.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Can I specify RF only or RF+P/W mode
differently according to the card?
troubleshooting
The reader reads a card normally but no
reaction is made to SSA-P102 or an
irrelevant card number is displayed.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
No communication is available when the
system is in sync with the PC.
Check the power source of the reader.
(Check if the LED indicator of the reader is blinking when it has read a card.)
Check if the reader works properly.
(Disconnect the reader from the system and use a measuring device such as an oscilloscope
to measure the output port of the reader.)
Check if the reader is properly connected to the system.
- Check if the Wiegand communication lines between the reader and the system are
properly established. (D0, D1)
- The Wiegand communication line should be connected to GND.
(A different power source may be fine but the earth-grounding point should be
connected to GND of the device.)
If you find the output signal from SSA-P102 but with severe noise when using a measuring
device to measure the Wiegand communication line, please check the followings:
- Connect the shield wire and the spare wire of the cable to GND.
- Use the repeater.
If the problem persists after you followed the instructions above, please contact the
customer service for technical assistance.
1)
Check the communication settings between the PC application and the device.
- Check the board ID (COMM address) and match it with that of the PC application.
- Specify a unique board ID (COMM address) for each of the multiple devices.
- Check the baud rate if it matches with the PC application.
- Check if the communication port of the PC matches that of the PC application.
- Check the communication settings of the PC application.
Parity Bit : NONE, Data Bit: 8bit, Stop Bit: 1bit
2) Check the connection staus of RS-232 and RS-422.
RS-232
RS-422 (Independent Communication)
SSA-P102
PC
SSA-P102
RS-232/422
Converter
TX Port
RX
RX(-)
TX(-)
RX Port
TX
RX(+)
TX(+)
GND
GND
TX(-)
RX(-)
TX(+)
RX(+)
PC
Connected to the
RS-232 cable of the
converter
RS-422(Multi-Unit Communication)
SSA-P102
SSA-P102
RS-232/RS-422
RX(-)
RX(-)
TX(-)
RX(+)
RX(+)
TX(+)
TX(-)
TX(-)
RX(-)
TX(+)
TX(+)
RX(+)
PC
Connected to the
RS-232 cable of the
converter
For RS-422 communications, install a termination resistor at the point where the
system is connected to the RS-422/RS-232 converter of the PC.
(Install a 120Ω termination resistor between the RX+ and the RX- terminals on the
device side, another 120Ω between the TX+ and the TX- terminals; the same should
be done to the converter. If you are not sure about the wiring, contact the customer
service for your help.)
If the problem persists after you followed the instructions above, this may be caused
by the defective of an internal circuit. Contact the customer service.
¼ If no communication is established after you tried to do so with multiple
devices, pick just one device and connect it to the RS-232/RS-422 converter,
and to the PC. Then, check if there is any communication available.
22_ troubleshooting
product specifications
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
SSA-P102
Item
SSA-P102T
Users
10,000 ~ 50,000 Users (Default: 10,000)
Event Buffer
50,000 ~ 100,000(Default: 50,000)
Power / Current
DC 12V / Max.120mA
Reader Port
2ea : 26bit/ 34bit Wiegand(Selectable), 4 / 8bit Burst for PIN
Door Open Time
00~99 Sec. (Default 3Sec.)
Communication
RS-232 / RS-422 / RS-485
Baud Rate(bps)
4800/ 9,600/ 19,200/ 38,400/ 57,600(default)/ 115,200(selectable)
Input Port
5ea : Exit Button, Door Sensor, Aux#1,#2, #3
DC12V / Max. 170mA
RS-232 / RS-422 / RS-485 / TCP/IP
2ea : 2 FORM-C Relay Output (COM, NO, NC) / DC12V~18V, Rating Max.2A
Output Port
2ea: TTL Output / DC5V, Rating Max.20mA
LED Indicator
16 LED Indicators (Red, Blue and Yellow)
Beeper
Piezo Buzzer
Operating Temperature
0°C to +50°C
Operating Humidity
10% to 90% relative humidity non-condensing
Color / Material
Black/ PCB
Dimension
(W x H x D(mm))
137 x 137 x 18
Weight
160g
170g
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