Owner’s Manual
Model 2351 System Expansion Boards
DoorKing, Inc.
120 Glasgow Avenue
Inglewood, California 90301
U.S.A.
Phone: 310-645-0023
Fax: 310-641-1586
www.doorking.com
P/N 2351-065 REV C, 4/02
Copyright 2001 DoorKing, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Use this manual with the following models only.
Tracker expansion boards 2351-010 Rev E or higher.
DoorKing, Inc. reserves the right to make changes in the products described in this manual
without notice and without obligation of DoorKing, Inc. to notify any persons of any such revisions
or changes. Additionally, DoorKing, Inc. makes no representations or warranties with respect to
this manual. This manual is copyrighted, all rights reserved. No portion of this manual may be
copied, reproduced, translated, or reduced to any electronic medium without prior written consent
from DoorKing, Inc.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section 1 – Setup
1.1
General Information ............................................................................................................................. 7
1.2
Tracker Board Input / Output Descriptions
1.2.1
Access Control Device (Weigand) Input ............................................................................... 8
1.2.2
Gate Operator Data Input ..................................................................................................... 8
1.2.3
Request to Exit Input ............................................................................................................ 8
1.2.4
Door Ajar Input ..................................................................................................................... 8
1.2.5
Reset Alarm Input ................................................................................................................ 8
1.2.6
Command Relay Input.......................................................................................................... 9
1.2.7
Monitor and Alarm Relays .................................................................................................... 9
1.2.8
Output Relay ........................................................................................................................ 9
1.2.9
Weigand Output ................................................................................................................... 9
Board Setting Locations ....................................................................................................... 10
1.3
1.4
1.5
Monitor and Alarm Relay Operation
1.3.1
Mode-1................................................................................................................................. 11
1.3.2
Mode-2................................................................................................................................. 12
Hold Open Features
1.4.1
Hold Open Time Zones ........................................................................................................ 14
1.4.2
Hold Open Override ............................................................................................................. 14
Board and Relay Identification
1.5.1
Board Identification .............................................................................................................. 15
1.5.2
Relay Identification ............................................................................................................... 16
1.5.3
Terminal Identification .......................................................................................................... 18
Section 2 – Installation
General Information ............................................................................................................................................. 21
3.1
Single Housing..................................................................................................................................... 22
3.2
Quad Housing ...................................................................................................................................... 23
Section 3 – Wiring Information
Block Diagram ..................................................................................................................................................... 25
3.1
Boards 1-8 Detail Wiring ...................................................................................................................... 26
3.2
Boards 9-16 Detail Wiring .................................................................................................................... 27
3.3
Blcok Diagram Single Door Control...................................................................................................... 28
3.4
Door Control Wiring ............................................................................................................................. 29
3.5
Gate Operator Data.............................................................................................................................. 30
3.6
General Wiring Information .................................................................................................................. 31
Section 4 – Trouble Shooting
4.1
LED Identification................................................................................................................................. 33
4.2
Weigand Device Data .......................................................................................................................... 34
4.3
Gate Operator Data.............................................................................................................................. 35
Gate Operator Event Report ................................................................................................................ 36
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Section 1 – Setup
The model 2351 Tracker Expansion Board allows you to expand the number of entry points that the
models 1803PC, 1815, 1817 and 1818 PC Programmable Entry Systems can control up to a
maximum of 16. One Tracker board is required for each entry point. Tracker boards will interface
with a variety of weigand devices including card readers, RF transmitters, digital keypads, etc.
Tracker will also report gate operator data from DKS intelligent gate operators that have Gate Tracker
outputs. In addition to these features, Tracker can also monitor the status of a door, report door ajar
and forced entry conditions, sound local alarms, activate a building alarm system, and has request to
exit inputs.
1.1 General Information
•
Expands the control capability of selected DKS entry systems to allow control for up to 16
entry points.
•
Provides power and inputs for almost any 26-bit weigand device. May power two readers in
parallel if required. For example: an entry and exit card reader on a single door.
•
Can be used to provide a variety of door monitoring functions, such as sounding an alarm, or
activating a building alarm system when the door is forced or held open.
•
Provides a request to exit input.
•
Provides three relay outputs to control the door (or gate), alarm system activation, and local
alarm activation.
•
Hold Open Feature unlocks individual doors (or holds open individual gates) when
commanded from the entry system software.
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Monitors transactions from DKS intelligent gate operators. Can monitor slide or swing gate
operators and the parking gate operator in PAMS type applications.
To utilize the full capability of the Tracker expansion board(s), the DoorKing Remote Account
Manager for Windows software, V 5.1 or higher is required to be installed on the user supplied PC.
The chart below is to assist you in determining if you have the proper access equipment and gate
operators to utilize the full capability of the Tracker expansion board. For additional information on
system capabilities and software program features, refer to the 1803PC, 1815, 1817 and 1818 User's
Manuals, and the Remote Account Manager for Windows User's Manual.
Access Control Systems
Gate Operators with Tracker
Reporting Capability
Model
Control Board
Max Tracker
Boards
Hold Open
Feature
Model
Control Board
1815, 1817,
1818
1852 through
1857
8 for 1815, 1817
16 for 1818
No
1601, 1602
1601, REV Q
and Higher
1815, 1817,
1818
1840, 1841,
1842 REV A, B
8 for 1815, 1817
16 for 1818
No
1150, 9200,
9300
4402, REV A
and Higher
1815, 1817,
1818
1840, 1841,
1842 REV C
16
No
601, 602, 605,
610, 615, 620
625, 630
4501, REV R
and Higher
1815, 1817,
1818
1840, 1841,
1842 REV D, E
16
Yes
601, 602 6050,
6100, 6300
4502, REV A
and Higher
1803PC
1844 REV A
16
Yes
1100, 910, 915,
920
4601, REV J
and Higher
9100, 9150
4602, REV A
and Higher
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1.2 Tracker Board Input/Output Descriptions
1.2.1 Access Control Device (Weigand) Input
Tracker boards can accept weigand input data from most devices that output their data in a 26-bit
weigand format. An access control device (a card reader for example) is connected to the tracker
board at P2, terminals 6-7-8-9. When the tracker board receives the weigand data from the access
device, it sends the data to the access system controller where the decision to grant or deny access
is made. At the same time, a report is made of this activity and is stored in the transaction buffer.
Two access control devices may be connected to a single tracker board, however each device will
report the same location in the transaction report when connected in this method and each device will
activate the same door (or gate). This may be preferable in some instances. For example, if a
vehicular gate uses both a card reader and an RF receiver for resident access, each of these devices
can be connected in parallel. Each device will activate the gate (door) that the output relay of the
tracker board is connected to, and each device will appear in the transaction report with the name
assigned to the tracker board in the software ("Main Gate", for example).
1.2.2 Gate Operator Data Input
Gate operator data inputs can only be used with DKS vehicular gate operators (see chart on page 6).
The tracker board receives data (P2, terminals 1-2-3-4-5) from the gate operator control board,
converts it to weigand format, and then sends this weigand data to the access system controller
where it is stored in the transaction buffer. The data that is sent from the gate operator control board
includes information such as gate operator cycle count (x100), if an obstruction was hit, if an attempt
was made to force the gate, etc. See the appendix for a complete listing of all gate operator
transactions. In PAMS applications, only one tracker board is required per traffic lane to monitor the
gate operator activity of the slide or swing gate operator, and the parking gate operator. The tracker
board will also monitor the 24 VAC power from the gate operator control board(s). When this power is
removed, a "power out" transaction is sent to the access system.
1.2.3 Request to Exit Input
An alarm condition will exist anytime a controlled door is opened without access being granted by the
access control system. The request to exit input (P2, terminals 8 & 18) allows the door to be opened
without activating the tracker board alarm relays, and will not cause the access system to report a
forced condition. The request to exit is typically used at a controlled access point to allow free exit to
personnel. A "Push To Open" button, or a push bar, etc., is connected to the request to exit input on
the tracker board. When this input is activated, the tracker board output relay will activate causing the
door strike or magnetic lock to release allowing the door to be opened.
1.2.4 Door Ajar Input
The door ajar input (P2, terminals 8 & 15) monitors the status of a controlled access door through a
magnetic (typical) door switch. This input tells the tracker board if the door is not fully closed, and will
cause the alarm and monitor relays on the tracker board to activate under certain conditions (see
Section 1.3).
1.2.5 Reset Alarm Input
The reset alarm input (P2, terminals 8 & 16) overrides the door ajar input allowing a door to held open
when necessary. When this input is activated, the tracker board will not activate its alarm or monitor
relays even if the door ajar input is activated. The reset alarm input is active in Mode-1 operation only
(see 1.3.1).
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1.2.6 Command Relay Input
The command relay input (P2, terminals 8 & 17) is connected to the relay in the access system
controller (1803PC, 1815, 1817 or 1818) that activates when a valid device code is received by the
controller. For example, when a card reader connected to the weigand input on the tracker board
reads the card code, it inputs this information to the tracker board, which in turn sends the information
to the access system controller. The access controller then makes the decision to grant or deny
access. If access is denied, a transaction of the denial is made and nothing else happens. If access is
granted, a transaction of the access grant is made, and the controller activates the command relay.
This relay output is connected to the tracker board system command relay input, which then causes
the tracker board output relay to activate. The output relay activation will then open the controlled
door (or gate). If two or more tracker boards are connected to the access system, only the output
relay on the tracker board that sent the data will activate. The tracker board relay strike time is set via
the programming switches on the tracker board.
1.2.7 Monitor and Alarm Relays
Activation and operation of the monitor (P1, terminals 1-2) and alarm (P1, terminals 3-4) relays is
dependent on the mode of operation (switch 1) and on the settings of switches 3 and 4 on the tracker
board (see Section 1.3). Typically, the monitor relay is connected to a local alarm (bell, buzzer, light,
etc.) and the alarm relay is connected to the buildings alarm system. These relays provide a dry
contact only.
1.2.8 Output Relay
The output relay (P1, terminals 5-6) activates on command from the access control system, or from a
request to exit input. The output relay releases the door strike (or magnetic lock) to allow entry or exit,
or activates a gate operator if the tracker board is used to control a vehicular gate.
1.2.9 Weigand Output
All data received at the weigand input terminals and the gate tracker terminals is sent to the access
control system in 26-bit weigand format from the weigand output terminals (p1, terminals 7-8-9).
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1
2
3
Jumpers set
individual board
ID code
P1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
P2
MONITOR RELAY
Programming switches set
the Tracker board to
operate in various modes.
ALARM RELAY
OUTPUT RELAY
2351-010 Board Settings
1
2
NO NC
NO NC
3
NO NC
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
Relay shorting
bars set each
relay for N.O. or
N.C. operation.
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16
17
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POWER
DOORKING
2351-010
DOORKING, INC., INGLEWOOD, CA 90301
Title:
2351-010 Board Settings
Date: 4/02
10
Dwg. No. M2351-065-A1
Rev.
A
1.3 Monitor and Alarm Relay Operation
The Tracker board provides relay contacts for monitoring and alarm purposes. There are two different
modes in which the tracker board can be programmed to operate; MODE-1 and MODE-2. These
different modes of operation are set by switch 1 and determine the operation of the MONITOR (R1)
and ALARM (R2) relays on the tracker board. The mode of operation does not affect the OUTPUT
(R3) relay. This relay (R3) is only activated on command from the access system or from the request
to exit input on the tracker board.
1.3.1 Mode-1
In mode 1 (switch 1 OFF), the monitor relay is typically connected to a local alarm (bell, buzzer, light,
etc.) and the alarm relay is typically connected to the buildings alarm system or can activate some
other device (an auto-dialer for example) that will alert the proper personnel or authorities. A door ajar
switch (not supplied) is required to monitor the status of the door.
OPERATION MODE 1
When the access system has granted access, the output relay on the tracker board activates for its
programmed strike time (switches 7 & 8) and unlocks the door. If the door is still open (door ajar
switch closed) when the output relay deactivates, the door ajar timer starts. If the door has not closed
by the end of this time period (settable by switches 5 & 6), the alarm relay activates for 1 second and
the monitor relay activates for a time period settable by switches 3 & 4. At the same time, a door ajar
transaction is sent to the access system. When the door finally closes, a transaction is sent to the
access system and the system resets. If the reset alarm switch is activated, nothing happens. This
allows a door to be propped open when necessary. It is important to note that an alarm condition will
exist anytime the door is opened without having been activated by the output relay on the tracker
board. Because of this, any device other than the access system, that is used to grant access through
the door must be connected to the FREE EXIT input on the tracker board and not connected directly
to the door strike itself.
EXAMPLE: Assume the tracker board controls an entry door. The output relay strike time is set for 5
seconds, the door ajar timer is set for 30 seconds, and the monitor relay strike time is set for 1
minute. When access is granted, the output relay will activate for 5 seconds. After 5 seconds, the
door ajar timer will start if the door ajar switch is still closed (door still open). An alarm condition will
exist if this door remains open for more than 30 seconds. At this time, the alarm relay will activate for
1 second only, and the monitor relay will activate for its programmed strike time of 1 minute.
MODE-1 OPERATION SWITCH SETTINGS
Switch
Description
Setting
Function
1
Mode
OFF
Sets board to operate in MODE-1 condition.
2
Spare
OFF
Not used in MODE-1 operation. Leave OFF.
3&4
Monitor relay strike
time
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
4
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Monitor relay strike time after alarm condition occurs.
1 Minute
4 Minutes
8 Minutes
Continuous until door ajar condition clears.
5&6
Door ajar timer
5
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
6
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Door ajar condition must be true before alarm condition occurs.
30 Seconds
1 Minute
3 Minutes
5 Minutes
7&8
Output relay strike
time
7
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
8
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Output relay strike time after access is granted.
1 Second
3 Seconds
5 Seconds
30 Seconds
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1.3.2 Mode-2
In MODE-2 (switch 1 ON), the monitor relay is typically connected to a local alarm (bell, buzzer, light,
etc.) and the alarm relay is typically connected to the buildings alarm system. In this mode, there are
two distinct conditions under which the tracker board will respond to a door ajar condition; FORCED
CONDITION and PROPER CONDITION.
FORCED CONDITION - The access system or request to exit device has not activated the door strike
(output relay not activated) but the door ajar contact (door ajar switch closes) indicates that the door
has been opened. In a forced condition, both the monitor relay and alarm relay will activate whenever
the door ajar switch is closed, and will deactivate when the door ajar switch opens. Note that a forced
condition can only occur if the access system or request to exit device has not activated the door
strike, otherwise a proper condition occurs.
PROPER CONDITION - The access system or request to exit device has activated the door strike
(output relay activated), but the door has not closed (door ajar switch closed) by the end of the strike
time. In a proper condition, the monitor relay will go on and off at 1-second intervals until the door
closes (door ajar switch opens), or until the door ajar timer (switches 5 & 6) runs out. Five seconds
prior to the door ajar timer running out, the monitor relay will stay on, and then deactivate. When the
door ajar timer runs out, the alarm relay may or may not activate depending on the setting of switches
3 & 4. If the alarm relay does activate (switches 3 & 4 off), it will remain activated until the door closes
(door ajar switch opens).
MODE-2 OPERATION SWITCH SETTINGS
Switch
Description
Setting
Function
1
Mode
ON
Sets board to operate in MODE-2 condition.
2
Spare
OFF
Not used in MODE-2 operation. Leave OFF.
3&4
Condition
(See combinations
below and chart on
next page)
3
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
4
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Sets tracker board for the following conditions.
1 - Forced & Proper conditions enabled.
2 - Forced condition only enabled.
3 - Proper condition only enabled.
4 - Forced & Proper conditions enabled.
5&6
Door ajar timer
5
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
6
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
How long monitor relay activates after a door ajar condition exist.
30 Seconds
1 Minute
3 Minutes
5 Minutes
7&8
Output relay strike
time
7
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
8
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Output relay strike time after access is granted.
1 Second
3 Seconds
5 Seconds
30 Seconds
In MODE-2, the setting of switches 3 & 4 will determine which conditions (proper, forced) the tracker
board will respond to, and how the monitor and alarm relays will respond under a proper condition
(see chart on next page).
CONDITION COMBINATIONS
1. Forced and Proper condition enabled (Switch 3 OFF - Switch 4 OFF). Monitor and Alarm
relay respond to a Proper condition.
2. Forced condition only enabled (Switch 3 OFF - Switch 4 ON). Monitor and Alarm relays
respond.
3. Proper condition only enabled (Switch 3 ON - Switch 4 OFF). Monitor relay only responds.
4. Forced and Proper condition enabled (Switch 3 ON - Switch 4 ON). Monitor relay only
responds to a Proper condition.
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SWITCHES
3
4
MONITOR RELAY
Forced Condition
ALARM RELAY
Proper Condition
Forced Condition
Proper Condition
A
OFF
OFF Activates whenever door ajar Turns on-off in 1-second
Activates whenever door ajar Turns on after door ajar timer
switch closes (door open).
intervals for length of time
switch closes (door open).
expires.
determined by switches 5&6.
B
OFF
ON Activates whenever door ajar Proper condition disabled.
switch closes (door open).
C
ON
OFF Forced condition disabled.
D
ON
ON Activates whenever door ajar Turns on-off in 1-second
Activates whenever door ajar Alarm relay function for
switch closes (door open).
intervals for length of time
switch closes (door open).
proper condition disabled.
determined by switches 5&6.
Activates whenever door ajar Proper condition disabled.
switch closes (door open).
Turns on-off in 1-second
Forced condition disabled.
intervals for length of time
determined by switches 5&6.
Alarm relay function for
proper condition disabled.
OPERATION MODE - 2
When the access system or request to exit device has granted access, the output relay on the tracker
board activates for it’s programmed strike time (switches 7 & 8) and unlocks the door. If the door has
not closed when the output relay deactivates, the monitor relay will turn on-off in one second intervals
for a length of time determined by the door ajar timer (switches 5 & 6) if the proper condition is
enabled (switches 3 & 4). The monitor relay will continue to turn on-off in one second intervals until
the door closes (door ajar switch opens). If the door remains open (door ajar switch closed), then five
seconds prior to the door ajar timer expiring, the monitor relay will turn on and remain on until the
door ajar timer expires. At this time, a transaction is sent to the access system. The alarm relay will
turn on after the door ajar timer expires only if switches 3 & 4 are off, otherwise the alarm relay will
not activate. When the alarm relay does turn on, it will remain on until the door closes (door ajar
switch open). A transaction is sent to the access system when the door closes.
It is important to note that a forced condition will exist anytime the door is opened without having been
activated by the output relay on the tracker board, unless the forced condition is disabled (switch 3
on, switch 4 off). Because of this, request to exit devices that are used to unlock the door when the
forced condition is enabled, must be connected to the REQUEST to EXIT input on the tracker board
and not connected directly to the door strike itself. This also applies when telephone entry systems
(1803PC, 1815, 1817) are used to grant visitors access. The relay that is programmed to activate
when the resident grants their guest access (pushes 9) should be connected to the REQUEST to
EXIT input on the tracker board and not directly to the door strike, otherwise the system will assume
that a forced entry has occurred.
In mode-2 operation, the reset alarm switch does not affect the operation of the monitor or alarm
relays.
NOTE -Request to exit inputs to the tracker board do not send a transaction to the access system.
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1.4 Hold Open Features
There are two hold open features associated with the Tracker expansion boards: hold open time
zones and an override hold open command. An "Override Hold Open" command will cause ALL the
tracker boards connected to the access control system to open a gate or unlock a door, and remain in
this status until commanded to return to normal operation.
1.4.1 Hold Open Time Zones
Hold open time zones are programmed in the Remote Account Manager for Windows (V 5.0 or higher
only) software and cannot be administered from the access control system (1803PC, 1815, 1817,
1818) itself. Hold open time zones can be applied individually to the tracker boards as required to
hold open a gate or to unlock a door during certain times of the day and certain days of the week.
The access control system (1803PC, 1815, 1817 or 1818) must be equipped with an Enhanced 40
Series (Rev D or higher) control board and the Tracker board must also have revision level D or
higher for hold open time zones to be operable.
1.4.2 Hold Open Override
The tracker board is designed to activate its output relay and keep it activated (and therefore
unlocking the door or gate) if the access system command relay is activated for 15 seconds or more.
This feature enables the tracker boards to hold open their respective door or gate when necessary. It
is important to realize that if the command relay in the access system is activated for 15 seconds or
longer, ALL the tracker boards connected to that relay will unlock and hold open their respective door
or gate while the relay is activated. The tracker board relay will deactivate after the access system
relay deactivates.
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1.5 Board and Relay Identification
When using two or more Tracker boards connected to a single access system, the board jumpers on
each tracker board must be set so that the access system can identify each tracker board. There are
six sets of jumper pins on the tracker board labeled J1 through J6. Shorting bars placed on the
jumper pins create a unique address for each tracker board to identify itself to the access control
system.
1.5.1 Board Identification
J1
J2
J3
J4
J5
J6
BOARD 1
BOARD 2
BOARD 3
BOARD 4
BOARD 5
BOARD 6
BOARD 7
BOARD 8
BOARD 9
BOARD 10
BOARD 11
BOARD 12
BOARD 13
BOARD 14
BOARD 15
BOARD 16
DOORKING, INC., INGLEWOOD, CA 90301
Title:
Board Identification
Jumper Pin Setup
Date: 4/02
15
Dwg. No. M2351-065-2
Rev.
A
1.5.2 Relay Identification
The models 1803PC, 1815 and 1817 telephone entry systems each have three relays (Relay 0, 1,
and 2) on the control board while the 1818 access control system has two (Relay 1, 2) relays. When
Tracker boards are added to these systems, the output relay on the Tracker boards are listed in the
software sequentially, beginning with Relay 3 (Relays 0, 1 and 2 are on the main control board). Each
of the relays on the tracker board can be set to either Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC)
by setting the relay shorting pin to the desired configuration.
When Tracker boards are used to expand the access control system, Relays 1 and 2 on the access
control system circuit board are used as Tracker Command (Cmd) relays with Relay 2 commanding
Tracker boards 1-8 (system relays 3-10) and Relay 1 commanding Tracker boards 9-16 (system
relays 11-18).
1803PC, 1815 and 1817 SYSTEMS ONLY
If both Relay 1 and Relay 2 are used to control Tracker boards, Relay 0 is used as the Primary Relay
that will open a visitor door or gate when the resident pushes "9" on their telephone. The 1818
system does not have Relay 0 because this system does not provide any communication for visitor
entry.
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Board 16
System Relay 18
Board 15
System Relay 17
Board 14
System Relay 16
Board 13
System Relay 15
Board 12
System Relay 14
Board 11
System Relay 13
Board 10
System Relay 12
Command Relay 1 (terminals 15-17)
controls boards 9-16.
Board 9
System Relay 11
Board and Relay Identification
Tracker boards 9-16 connect to weigand terminals 7-8-9 in the access controller.
1803PC, 1815, 1817,
1818 Controller
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
14
15
16
17
1
Board 8
System Relay 10
Board 7
System Relay 9
Board 6
System Relay 8
Board 5
System Relay 7
Board 4
System Relay 6
Board 3
System Relay 5
Command Relay 2 (terminals 13-14)
controls boards 1-8.
Board 2
System Relay 4
Tracker boards 1-8 connect to weigand terminals 3-4-5 in the access controller.
Board 1
System Relay 3
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DOORKING, INC., INGLEWOOD, CA 90301
Title:
Date:
17
Board and Relay Identification
4/02
Dwg. No.
M2351-065-3
Rev.
A
1.5.3 Terminal Identification
TERMINAL P1
1
Monitor Relay
2
Monitor Relay
3
Alarm Relay
4
Alarm Relay
5
Output Relay
6
Output Relay
7
Weigand Output – Common
8
Weigand Output – Data 1
9
Weiagnd Output – Data 0
10
Battery Negative (-12VDC)
11
Battery Positive (+12VDC)
12
Earth Ground
13
16 VAC Input Power
14
16 VAC Input Power
Data output to 1803PC, 1815, 1817 or 1818 access control system.
Optional battery backup allows the tracker board to maintain operation
during power out conditions. Use .8 amp gel cell, DoorKing P/N 1801-008
or equivalent.
Use only supplied 16 VAC, 20 VA transformer (or U.L. listed equivalent) to
power the tracker board. Max power wire run with 18 AWG wire is 100
feet; with 16 AWG wire 200 feet.
TERMINAL P2
1
Gate Operator 1 – Data IN
2
Gate Operator 1 – Busy
3
Gate Operator 2 – Data IN
4
Gate Operator 2 – Busy
5
Gate Operator 1 & 2 – Common
6
Weigand Input – Data 0
7
Weigand Input – Data 1
8
Weigand Common
9
12 VDC Weigand Device Power
10
Tracker Board Busy
Communication to other Tracker boards.
11
Gate Operator 1 Power Monitor
Monitors 24 VAC power from slide or swing gate operator.
12
Gate Operator 1 Power Monitor
13
Gate Operator 2 Power Monitor
14
Gate Operator 2 Power Monitor
15
Door Ajar Input
16
Reset Alarm Input
17
Command Relay Input
18
Request To Exit input
Gate operator data input from DoorKing slide or swing gate operators
only.
Gate operator data input from DoorKing barrier gate operators only.
26-bit weigand device input.
Monitors 24 VAC power from barrier gate operator.
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Terminal Identification
Gate 1 - DATA IN
1
Gate 1 - DATA BUSY
2
Gate 2 - DATA IN
3
Gate 2 - DATA BUSY
P1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
P2
1
Monitor Relay
2
Monitor Relay
3
Alarm Relay
4
4
Alarm Relay
Gate 1, 2 - DATA COMMON
5
5
Output Relay
Weigand In - DATA 0
6
6
Output Relay
Weigand In - DATA 1
7
7
Weigand Out - Common
Weigand In - COMMON
8
8
Weigand Out - Data 1
12 VDC Power
9
9
Weigand Out - Data 0
Board Communication
10
10
Battery Negative (-12 VDC)
Gate 1 - Power Monitor
11
11
Battery Positive (+12 VDC)
Gate 1 - Power Monitor
12
12
Earth Ground
Gate 2 - Power Monitor
13
13
16 VAC Input Power
Gate 2 - Power Monitor
14
14
16 VAC Input Power
Door Ajar Input
15
Reset Alarm Input
16
Command Relay Input
17
Request To Exit Input
18
NO NC
NO NC
NO NC
POWER
DOORKING
2351-010
DOORKING, INC., INGLEWOOD, CA 90301
Title:
2351 Board Terminal Identification
Date: 4/02
19
Dwg. No. M2351-065-4
Rev.
A
20
Section 2 - Installation
The location of the tracker board(s) is dependent on the application that it is being used. Tracker
boards can be installed in selected card reader and digital keypad housings, or they can be installed
in their own enclosure (enclosures are optional and not included with the Tracker board). DoorKing
has two enclosures available for this purpose. The small housing will hold a single tracker board and
the large housing can hold up to four tracker boards. In addition, the large housing has convenience
outlets to power up to four accessory transformers.
The enclosure should be mounted in a location as close to the access system as possible. The
maximum distance for tracker board wire runs is 500 feet.
Selected models of touch plate and proximity card readers are available with an enclosure that has
ample room for a tracker board to be mounted inside the housing. This simplifies the installation of
the card readers used with the tracker board. A typical application for this would be a controlled
access apartment complex that requires card access for the pedestrian gate, pool gate, laundry room,
exercise room, etc. Each of these locations can be card controlled by the access control system
(1803PC, 1815, 1817 or 1818) using tracker expansion boards to control each entry point. Each
tracker board in this example is a part of the card reader itself and requires no other external
enclosure.
WARNING! If a card reader/tracker board combination is used to control a
vehicular gate with an automatic gate operator, the card reader must be
mounted a minimum of ten (10) feet away from the gate and gate operator, or
in such a way that a person cannot operate the card reader and touch the
gate or gate operator at the same time.
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2.1
Single Housing
•
P/N 2351-080 provides a lockable, weather resistant housing for a single tracker board.
Single Board Enclosure
4.875
3.625
8.75
7.125
.187 DIA 4 PL
5.75
1.25
.875 DIA 2 PL
1
3.75
DOORKING, INC., INGLEWOOD, CA 90301
Title:
Date:
22
Single Enclosure for 2351-010 Board
P/N 2351-080
4/02
Dwg. No.
M2351-065-5
Rev.
A
2.2
Quad Housing
•
P/N 2351-081 provides a lockable weather resistant housing for up to four (4) tracker boards.
Includes terminal strips and four (4) convenience outlets for power transformers.
FOUR BOARD ENCLOSURE
.5
FRONT
SIDE
4.0
.5
24
23.0
13.0
.875 DIA 2 PL
3.5
3.0
1.125 DIA
4.0
7.0
.875 DIA 2 PL
3.75
2.0
6.25
8.875
4.0
.875 DIA 6 PL
1.0
1.125 DIA
2.75
.875
BOTTOM
2.0
4.25
6.5
8.75
DOORKING, INC., INGLEWOOD, CA 90301
12.5
Title:
14.0
Date:
23
Quad Enclosure for 2351-010 Board
P/N 2351-081
4/02
Dwg. No.
M2351-065-6
Rev.
A
24
Section 3 – Wiring Information
Plan your wire runs before starting the installation. Use proper wire for the weigand lines, power
wires, and be sure that the system is properly grounded. Check all local building ordinances and
building codes prior to installing this system. Be sure your installation is in compliance with local
codes.
Controller to 2351-010 Expansion Board
Block Diagram
CRD
RDR
4
CRD
RDR
4
4
PWR
AUX
PWR
CRD
RDR
CRD
RDR
4
PWR
CRD
RDR
4
PWR
CRD
RDR
4
PWR
CRD
RDR
4
PWR
CRD
RDR
4
PWR
PWR
PWR
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2351-010
Board 9
Sys Rly 11
2351-010
Board 10
Sys Rly 12
2351-010
Board 11
Sys Rly 13
2351-010
Board 12
Sys Rly 14
2351-010
Board 13
Sys Rly 15
2351-010
Board 14
Sys Rly 16
2351-010
Board 15
Sys Rly 17
2351-010
Board 16
Sys Rly 18
2
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Belden 9931 or equivalent. Shield runs continuous. Float the
shield, do not connect shield to 2351-010 board common.
1803PC, 1815, 1817,
1818 Controllers
6
6
2
6
6
6
6
2
CO
PHN
PWR
IN
2
4
2351-010
Board 1
Sys Rly 3
2351-010
Board 2
Sys Rly 4
2351-010
Board 3
Sys Rly 5
2351-010
Board 4
Sys Rly 6
2351-010
Board 5
Sys Rly 7
2351-010
Board 6
Sys Rly 8
2351-010
Board 7
Sys Rly 9
2351-010
Board 8
Sys Rly 10
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
PWR
CRD
RDR
Main
Door/Gate
Sys Rly 0
(N/A 1818)
4
PWR
CRD
RDR
4
PWR
4
CRD
RDR
NOTES:
PWR
CRD
RDR
4
PWR
PWR
4
CRD
RDR
4
CRD
RDR
PWR
4
CRD
RDR
PWR
CRD
RDR
Card Readers are wired using Belden 9418 or equivalent. If card reader is
lighted, an additional 2 wires are required for light power. Use Belden 9931.
Power supplies use minimum 18 GA. Wire.
Ground all circuit boards.
Controller main terminals 15-16-17 = System Relay 1.
Controller main terminals 13-14 = System Relay 2.
Relay 0 is used when system expands to 9 2351-010 boards or more,
otherwise system relay 1 is used for main door/gate control.
Relay 0 is not available on the 1818 controller.
DOORKING, INC., INGLEWOOD, CA 90301
Title:
Date:
25
Block Diagram - Controller to 2351-010
Expansion Boards
4/02
Dwg. No.
M2351-065-7
Rev.
A
3.1
Tracker Boards 1-8 Detail Wiring
•
Maximum wire run between Tracker boards 1-8 is 500 feet total.
•
Do not use twisted pair wire with weigand output format.
•
Proper grounding is required! Ground wire should be a minimum 12 AWG.
Controller to 2351-010 Expansion Boards 1-8
Detail Wiring
1
2
3
4
5
6
RS 232
Connection
Elevator
Control
1
2
3
Aux
Pwr
1
2
4
16 VAC
16 VAC
7
PWR
INPUT
2
Auxiliary Terminals
1803PC, 1815, 1817, 1818 CONTROLLER
10
9
8
7
6
CARD
RDR
Light
Power
GRN
WHT
BLK
RED
RED
BLK
WHT
GRN
BRN
BLU
8
5
4
3
2
1
16 VAC
OUTPUT
Relay 0
13 14 15 16 17
19 20
16 VAC
16 VAC
C.O.
PHN
P2
P1
6
7
8
9
10
5
6
6
LOCK
PWR
Light
Power
DOOR
LOCK
DOOR
LOCK
Board 2
System Relay 4
GRN
WHT
BLK
RED
P2
P1
6
7
8
9
10
5
6
7
8
9
1
7
8
9
17
To
Boards
3-8
17
12
13
14
2351-010
GND
16 VAC
16 VAC
PWR
INPUT
1
2351-010
3
12
13
14
GND
16 VAC
16 VAC
PWR
INPUT
4
Left
Center
Right
Main Terminal
MAIN
DR/GATE
CARD
RDR
6
LOCK
PWR
Board 1
System Relay 3
1
1 2 3
2
4
1
Belden 9931 or Equivalent. Shield runs continuous. Float the
shield, do not connect shield to 2351-010 board common.
2
Belden 9418 or Equivalent. If reader is lighted, use Belden 9931.
PWR
INPUT
3
Communication cable to additional boards is connected in parallel.
Allows “teeing” of communication cable for optimal cable routing.
4
4
16 Volt, 20 VA UL Listed Transformer.
5
For 1817, use 16 Volt, 40 VA UL Listed Transformer.
6
Power for door strikes or magnetic locks is not provided by the
system. It must be provided by an external power supply.
7
Aux power transformer must be connected. Otherwise, RS232,
elevator control and weigand inputs will not function.
8
No connection at
controller.
5
NOTES: Controller main terminals 15-16-17 = SYSTEM RELAY 1.
Controller main terminals 13-14 = SYSTEM RELAY 2.
Relay 0 is not available on the 1818 controller.
DOORKING, INC., INGLEWOOD, CA 90301
Title:
Date:
26
Detail Wiring - Controller to 2351-010 Expansion
Boards 1-8
4/02
Dwg. No.
M2351-065-8
Rev.
A
3.2
Tracker Boards 9-16 Detail Wiring
•
Maximum wire run between Tracker boards 9-16 is 500 feet total.
•
Do not use twisted pair wire with weigand output format.
•
Proper grounding is required! Ground wire should be a minimum 12 AWG.
Controller to 2351-010 Expansion Boards 1-16
Detail Wiring
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
RS 232
Connection
Elevator
Control
CARD
RDR
1
2
3
1
2
16 VAC
16 VAC
PWR
INPUT
1803PC, 1815, 1817, 1818 CONTROLLER
RED
BLK
WHT
GRN
BRN
BLU
8
10
9
8
7
6
GRN
WHT
BLK
RED
GRN
WHT
BLK
RED
P2
P1
6
7
8
9
10
5
6
7
8
9
17
To
Boards
11-16
17
12
13
14
2351-010
PWR
INPUT
1
2351-010
3
12
13
14
PWR
INPUT
Auxiliary Terminals
2
CARD
RDR
Light
Power
RED
BLK
WHT
GRN
BRN
BLU
8
5
4
3
2
1
16 VAC
OUTPUT
MAIN
DR/GATE
Relay 0
19 20
CARD
RDR
6
LOCK
PWR
P2
P1
6
7
8
9
10
5
6
6
LOCK
PWR
Light
Power
DOOR
LOCK
Board 1
System Relay 3
GRN
WHT
BLK
RED
13 14 15 16 17
4
2
DOOR
LOCK
Board 2
System Relay 4
GRN
WHT
BLK
RED
P2
P1
6
7
8
9
10
5
6
7
8
9
1
7
8
9
17
To
Boards
3-8
17
12
13
14
2351-010
GND
16 VAC
16 VAC
PWR
INPUT
1
2351-010
3
12
13
14
GND
16 VAC
16 VAC
PWR
INPUT
4
Left
Center
Right
Main Terminal
5
6
4
16 VAC
16 VAC
C.O.
PHN
P1
6
7
8
9
10
DOOR
LOCK
Board 10
System Relay 12
7
8
9
1
1
1 2 3
P2
6
LOCK
PWR
Light
Power
DOOR
LOCK
Board 9
System Relay 11
7
CARD
RDR
6
LOCK
PWR
Light
Power
4
Aux
Pwr
2
4
1
Belden 9931 or Equivalent. Shield runs continuous. Float the
shield, do not connect shield to 2351-010 board common.
2
Belden 9418 or Equivalent. If reader is lighted, use Belden 9931.
PWR
INPUT
3
Communication cable to additional boards is connected in parallel.
Allows “teeing” of communication cable for optimal cable routing.
4
4
16 Volt, 20 VA UL Listed Transformer.
5
For 1817, use 16 Volt, 40 VA UL Listed Transformer.
6
Power for door strikes or magnetic locks is not provided by the
system. It must be provided by an external power supply.
7
Aux power transformer must be connected. Otherwise, RS232,
elevator control and weigand inputs will not function.
8
No connection at
controller.
5
NOTES: Controller main terminals 15-16-17 = SYSTEM RELAY 1.
Controller main terminals 13-14 = SYSTEM RELAY 2.
Relay 0 is not available on the 1818 controller.
DOORKING, INC., INGLEWOOD, CA 90301
Title:
Date:
27
Detail Wiring - Controller to 2351-010 Expansion
Boards 1-16
4/02
Dwg. No.
M2351-065-9
Rev.
A
3.3
Block Diagram Single Door – Typical
•
The block diagram below shows the necessary wire runs needed when all options (gate
operator data, alarm outputs, door and reset switches, request to exit, etc.) available with the
2351 Tracker board are utilized.
BLOCK DIAGRAM - 2351 BOARD
TO
CONTROLLER
AND OTHER
BOARDS
6
GATE
OPER 1
5
2
LOCAL
ALARM
GATE
OPER 2
5
2
ALARM
SYSTEM
CARD
READER
4
2
GATE OR
DOOR
2351-010
2
LOCK
POWER
1
2
Light Power
2
4
1 common conductor
to all three switches.
2
2
2
DOOR
SWITCH
RESET
SWITCH
EXIT
SWITCH
NOTES:
BOARD
POWER
Card Reader is wired using Belden 9418 or equivalent. If card reader is
lighted, two additional conductors are required for light power.
Card Reader can be substituted with most devices that output data in 26-bit
weigand format.
Power supply uses minimum 18 GA. Wire.
Ground circuit board. Use 12 GA. Wire.
Gate operator inputs are for operator data only.
Gate operator input 1 from DKS slide, swing or overhead operators only.
Gate operator input 2 from DKS barrier gate operators only.
Local alarm and alarm system outputs are dry relay contacts.
DOORKING, INC., INGLEWOOD, CA 90301
Title:
Date:
28
Block Diagram - 2351-010
Expansion Board
4/02
Dwg. No.
M2351-065-10
Rev.
A
3.4
Door Control Wiring Detail - Typical
•
Set output relay shorting bar on the Tracker board to N.O. (Normally Open) when using failsecure (electric strikes) locking devices; set to N.C. (Normally Closed) when using fail-safe
(magnetic locks) locking devices.
2351-010 Expansion Board Door Control
Detail Wiring
LOCAL
ALARM
P2
6
CARD
RDR
5
GRN
WHT
BLK
RED
Light
Power
7
ALARM
RESET
EXIT
REQUEST
ALARM
PWR
P1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Dry relay contacts
connect to alarm system.
GND
16 VAC
16 VAC
PWR
INPUT
1
DOOR SW
MAGNET
3
STRIKE /
MAG LCK
LCK
PWR
2
1
16 Volt, 20 VA UL Listed.
2
Power for door strikes or magnetic lock is not provided by the
system. It must be provided by an external power supply.
3
Switch is wired N.C. (Normally Closed).
4
Relay contacts (1-2; 3-4; 5-6) are rated at 5A 250V maximum and can
be set for Normally Open (N.O.) or Normally Closed (N.C.) operation.
5
Belden 9418 or equivalent.
6
7
Green = Data 0
White = Data 1
Black = Common
Red = 12 VDC Power
If card reader is lighted, separate light power must be provided.
NOTE: Wiring to controller/other tracker boards is not shown.
DOORKING, INC., INGLEWOOD, CA 90301
Title:
Date:
29
Detail Wiring - 2351-010 Expansion Board
Door Control
4/02
Dwg. No.
M2351-065-11
Rev.
A
3.5
Gate Operator Data
•
Each tracker board can report data to the access control system from two (2) DKS gate
operators; a slide or swing gate operator and a barrier gate operator. See page 32 for a list
of the events that can be reported.
Models 1601, 1602
Circuit Board 1601-010
Models 1150, 9200, 9300
Circuit Board 4402-010
1601-010
Board
3
2
2351-010
Board
P2
P1
1
5
2
6
DATA
TERM
1
2351-010
Board
4402-010
Board
MAIN
TERM
1
3
MAIN
TERM
P2
P1
1
5
2
6
3
5
4
4
5
5
5 6 14
2
2
10
11
11
11
14
12
12
13
13
14
14
1
1
Models 600 and 6000 Series Swing Gates
Circuit Boards 4501-010, 4502-010
Models 910, 915, 920, 9100, 9150 Slide Gates
Circuit Boards 4601-010, 4602-010
4501-010
4502-010
2351-010
Board
MAIN
TERM
7
P2
P1
1
5
2
6
P2
P1
1
5
3
2
6
4
3
MAIN
TERM
3
11
2351-010
Board
4601-010
4602-010
4
4
13
5
20
2
4 5 6
2
18
11
AUX
TERM
5
14
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
1
1
1
Belden 9931 or Equivalent.
2
Wiring indicated by dashed (- - -) lines is required only if the 2351-010 board is to
command open the vehicular gate when a valid access code has been received.
NOTE:
Wiring show is for the connection of DKS vehicular gate
operators only to the 2351-010 board to record gate
operator data.
DOORKING, INC., INGLEWOOD, CA
Title: Detail Wiring - 2351-010 Expansion Board
DKS Gate Operators
Date:
30
4/02
Dwg. No. M2351-065-12
Rev.
A
3.6
General Wiring Information
The wiring of the tracker board(s) is an extremely important and integral part of the overall
access control system. Use proper wire for weigand and power wire runs, and be sure that
the system is properly grounded. Check all local building ordinances and building codes
prior to installing the system. Be sure that your installation is in compliance with these codes.
•
Use only the supplied power transformers (16 VAC, 20 VA) or U.L. listed equivalent to power
the tracker board. You may power up to four (4) tracker boards from a single 16 VAC, 40 VA
power transformer.
•
Use 18 AWG wire for power wire runs up to 100 feet. Use 16 AWG wire for power wire runs
up to 200 feet. It is advisable to keep power wire runs as short as possible.
•
Do not power any other devices (electric strikes, magnetic locks) from the tracker board
power transformer. These devices must be powered from their own power supply.
•
Proper grounding of the system is required. To be effective, ground connections should be
made with a minimum 12 AWG wire with a ground point within 10-feet of the access control
system. The ground point must be an electrical panel ground buss, a metallic cold water pipe
that runs in the earth, or a grounding rod driven at least 10-feet into the soil. If there are
several components in the access control system within close proximity to each other, you
should consider using a single-point ground system. Check with your building department for
specific grounding guidelines as soil conditions and grounding requirements differ depending
on your geographical location.
•
Surge suppressers can significantly reduce the chance of component failure because of static
charges or surges. We recommend using both high and low voltage surge suppressers to
help protect equipment from damage. High voltage suppresser P/N 1876-010; low voltage
suppresser P/N 1878-010.
•
A 12 VDC, 3 amp-hour battery (P/N 1801-009) can be used to supply backup power to four
(4) tracker boards. Use a 12 VDC, .8 amp-hour battery (P/N 1801-007) to backup a single
tracker board. Battery backup power is optional and not required for normal tracker board
operation.
•
Be sure to color code all wires.
WARNING! If the access control system is used to control a vehicular gate
with an automatic gate operator, the access control device must be mounted
a minimum of ten (10) feet away from the gate and gate operator, or in such a
way that a person cannot operate the access control device and touch the
gate or gate operator at the same time.
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32
Section 4 – Trouble Shooting
Before beginning any trouble shooting, check all wiring and look for any loose connections. Double
check your wiring! The tracker expansion board in some applications may have over 20 wires
connected directly to the board terminal strips. Be sure that you have a good VOM (Volt-Ohm-Meter)
to assist you when checking voltages and continuity.
Check the programming switches to be sure that the tracker board is setup to operate as desired. If
more that one tracker board is connected in the system, be sure the board jumpers are set correctly.
Be sure that the tracker board is powered (16 VAC). The POWER led should be ON when power is
applied to the tracker board. A backup battery should be connected to the tracker board as described
in section 4.2.
4.1
LED Identification
The illustration below identifies the terminals and LEDs that are useful for trouble shooting purposes.
P1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
P2
LEDs
Gate 1 Data Input
1
Gate 1 Data Output
2
Gate 2 Data Input
3
Gate 2 Data Output
4
4
5
5
Weigand Data 1
6
6
Weigand Data 0
7
7
8
8
Tracker
Communication
1
2
NO NC
NO NC
3
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
Command Relay
Input
NO NC
16
17
18
POWER
DOORKING
2351-010
33
Weigand Output
4.2
Weigand Device Data
The weigand device (card reader, RF receiver, digital, etc.) must output data in the 26-bit weigand
format. The tracker board is not capable of receiving any other weigand format from these devices.
The weigand device must be connected to terminal P2, pins 6-7-8-9 as described in section 4.4 of
this manual.
Two weigand devices may be connected in parallel to the weigand input on the tracker board. Be
aware that both devices will appear to the access system and the Remote Account Manager software
as the same device.
Power for the weigand devices is provided on terminal P2, pins 8 (common) and 9 (+10 to +12 VDC).
To check this power:
1.
Set your VOM to the 50-volt DC range.
2.
Connect the positive lead (red) to pin 9 and the negative lead (black) to pin 8. The
meter should indicate +10 to +12 volts DC.
The tracker board weigands out data on terminal P1 pins 7-8-9. When the tracker board is sending
data to the access system on these lines, the LED near these terminals will light. The voltage to
operate these terminals comes from the access system. Normal voltage on these terminals is +4.5 to
+5 volts DC. To check this voltage:
1.
Set your VOM to the 50-volt DC range.
2.
Connect the negative (black) lead to pin 7 and then check pins 8 and 9 with the
positive (red) lead. The meter should indicate +4.5 to +5 volts DC.
The data from the weigand devices is inputted to the tracker board on terminal P2, pins 6 and 7. The
normal voltage for these pins is +4.5 to + 5 volts DC. This can be checked by connecting the negative
(black) lead of your meter to pin 8 and then checking for voltage with the positive (red) lead on pins 6
and 7.
When a weigand device sends data to the tracker board on terminal P2, pins 6 and 7, the LED's
associated with these terminals will flash. These flashes are very fast and may be difficult to see. If a
26-bit weigand input is received, the tracker board makes the lines on terminal P2, pins 2 and 4 busy
to prevent the gate operators from sending any transactions. It then checks for a busy signal on
terminal P2, pin 10. If this pin is not busy, the tracker board will make this pin busy itself and then
weigand out the data to the access system (If P2, pin 10 is busy, the tracker board simply waits for
this pin to go un-busy and then sends the data). After the tracker board sends the data, it will wait for
a reply from the access system (The weigand out LED will flash when the data is sent to the access
system). Once the data is received by the access system, the access system will make the decision
to grant or deny access. If the decision is to deny access, the tracker board will release the busy
signal on terminal P2 pin 10, and will not activate it's output relay. If the decision is to grant access,
the access system will activate its relay, which causes the tracker board to activate its output relay,
and then releases the busy signal on terminal P2 pin 10 allowing other tracker boards to
communicate with the access system.
The above operating sequence takes place in less than one second. In applications where the system
is operating at its maximum (16 devices), and in the unlikely event that all devices are activated at
precisely the same moment in time, there could be a delay of a few seconds for the last tracker board
to activate its output relay if the access system decides to grant access to the person using the
device connected to this tracker board.
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4.3
Gate Operator Data
Be sure that the gate operator has Gate Tracker capability. This can be determined by checking the
revision letter of the control board in the operator. Gate operator control boards with Gate Tracker
capability are listed below.
•
4402 Rev A or higher.
•
4501 Rev R or higher; 4502 Rev A or higher.
•
4601 Rev J or higher; 4602 Rev A or higher.
•
1601 Rev Q or higher.
If the control board that you are working with has a lower revision letter than those listed above, the
control board does not have the capability to send operator data to the tracker board.
The Gate Tracker outputs from the 4402, 4501, 4502, 4601 and 4602 control boards must be wired to
tracker board terminal P2, pins 1-2-5. Gate Tracker outputs from the 1601 control board must be
wired to tracker board terminal P2, pins 3-4-5
Normal voltage at terminal P2, pins 1-2-3-4 is -8 to -12 VDC. To check this:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Set your VOM to the 50-volt DC range.
Connect the positive lead (red) to pin 5, then touch the negative lead (black) to pins
1-2-3-4. Each should indicate 8 to 12 volts on your meter. Note: the meter reading is
actually a negative voltage because the positive lead of your meter is connected to a
common point (pin 5). If you reverse the meter leads, the needle should move off
scale to the left indicating a negative voltage.
As the tracker board is receiving data from the gate operator on pins 1 or 3, the
LED's associated with these terminals will light and the voltage on pins 1 or 3 will go
positive. Note: the transfer of data from the gate operator to the tracker board is
extremely fast. It may be difficult to see the LED's light and unless you have a very
good digital type meter, measuring the voltage change from negative to positive will
be very difficult.
The tracker board will send a busy signal back to the gate operator on pins 2 or 4.
When this happens, the LED's associated with these terminals will light and the
voltage on pins 2 or 4 will go positive. Note: the busy signal from the tracker board to
the gate operator is extremely fast. It may be difficult to see the LED's light and
unless you have a very good digital type meter, measuring the voltage change from
negative to positive will be very difficult.
After the tracker board has received the data from the gate operator, it will send the
data to the access system. When this happens, the weigand output LED will light,
and the tracker board busy LED will light. After the data has been sent, these LED's
will go off.
The tracker board cannot receive any data if the busy LED (P2-10) is lighted.
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Gate Operator Event (transaction) Reports
The tracker interface board sends the following gate operator data to the access control system
(1803PC, 1815, 1817 or 1818). This data is stored in a separate file in the access system and can be
viewed by clicking the GATE button on the transaction report screen in the DoorKing Remote Account
Manager for Windows software. Each event is date and time stamped.
Event (transaction)
Description
Gate Operate 100 Times
Transaction sent each time gate operator goes through 100 operations. If 10 of
these transactions show on report, the operator has cycled 1000 (10 x 100) times.
Gate Forced
An attempt was made to force open the gate.
Gate Hit Obstruction
The Type A (inherent) entrapment prevention device was activated.
Gate Power On
Power applied to the operator control board.
Gate Key 1 On 5 Minutes
Input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least 5-minutes.
Gate Key 2 On 5 Minutes
Input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least 5-minutes.
Gate Reverse On 5 Minutes
Reverse input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least 5-minutes.
Gate 5/14 On 5 Minutes
Partial open input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least 5-minutes.
Gate Input On 5 Minutes Rels
Shorted input has been cleared.
Gate Stop On 5 Minutes
Stop (3-button) input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least 5-minutes.
Gate Reverse Loop On 5
Minutes
Detector plugged into control board reverse port activated at least 5-minutes.
Gate Exit Loop On 5 Minutes
Detector plugged into control board open port activated at least 5-minutes.
1601 Up On 5 Minutes
Up input to 1601/1602 operator activated continuously for at least 5-minutes.
1601 Down On 5 Minutes
Down input to 1601/1602 operator activated continuously for at least 5-minutes.
1601 Up Loop On 5 Minutes
Detector plugged into control board up port activated at least 5-minutes.
1601 Up Loop Down 5 Minutes
Detector plugged into control board down port activated at least 5-minutes.
1601 Power On
Power applied to the operator control board.
1601 Input On 5 Minutes Rels
Shorted input has been cleared.
Pedestrian Gate Stuck Open
Alarm relay activated on 2351 board.
Pedestrian Gate Closed
Alarm reset activated on 2351 board.
1601 Hit Obstruction
The Type A (inherent) entrapment prevention device was activated.
Gate Open On 5 Minutes
Open (3-button) input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least 5-minutes.
Gate Close On 5 Minutes
Close (3-button) input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least 5-minutes.
Gate 1 Power Off
Power applied to the operator control board has been lost.
1601 Power Off
Power applied to the operator control board has been lost.
Open Beam On 5 Minutes
Input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least 5-minutes.
Close Beam On 5 Minutes
Input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least 5-minutes.
Open Edge Activated
Reverse edge has been activated.
Close Edge Activated
Reverse edge has been activated.
Gate Shut Down
Slide gate hard shutdown, entrapment alarm activated.
Reset Pushed
Slide gate reset button activated.
Alarm On
Swing gate hard shutdown, entrapment alarm activated.
Reset Pushed
Swing gate reset button activated.
Beam On 5 Minutes
Swing gate beam input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least 5-minutes.
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