International ECO Door
Controller
Installation Guide
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Warranty
Stanley Healthcare Solutions' products are warranted against defects in materials and
workmanship and shall perform in accordance with published specifications for 1 year.
Stanley Healthcare Solutions' warranty is limited solely to the repair or replacement of
the defective part or product. Stanley Healthcare Solutions reserves the right to change
product specifications without notice.
Important Recommendation
Stanley Healthcare Solutions systems are designed to assist staff in providing a high
degree of safety for people and assets and therefore should be used as a component of a
comprehensive security program of policies, procedures, and processes. As with every
security system, you must perform regular system operational checks to verify functional integrity.
European Union
XMARK, a division of Stanley Healthcare Solutions hereby declares that this radio frequency device is in
compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the following EU directives:
• RTTE Directive 1999/5/
• CE mark Directive 2004/108/CE
• IEC 60950-1: 2005 Second Edition /EN 60950-1: 2006.
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Introduction
Included in this Package
QTY
PART #
Description
1
804A5501
International ECO Door Controller kit with:
• 1 - ECO door controller
• 1 - exciter antenna with 25’ co-axial cable
• 1 - receive antenna
• 2 - magnetic door contacts with cable and screws
• 1 - access keypad with cable and utility box
• 1 - switching power supply (24V - 1.5A output)
1
981-000018-000
Access Keypad Installation Guide
1
981-804007-000
This document
Overview
A door control system includes the minimum components as described above. Depending on the physical environment or client requirements, you may also be installing:
• a second exciter, (part # 804A6401)
• one or two maglocks,
• a second keypad,
You may also be connecting the door controller to fire alarm systems, nurse call system
annunciators or other equipment.
Installation Tips
Door Controller
• Mount the controller with sufficient clearances. You must be able to:
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access the front panel connectors,
open the hinged top to make switch and jumper adjustments, and
position the receive antenna vertically. If this proves to be impossible, you can use
an elevator receive antenna (Part # AR2RA01-L00).
• The receive antenna must have a clear receive path.
Ensure that the controller’s receive antenna is not obstructed by metal influences
such as bulkheads, ductwork, metal panels, and the like. The antenna must have a
clear receive path from all potential tag transmission positions.
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• Mount keypads permanently after the exciter detection field has been
finalized.
Keypads should be mounted outside the exciter detection field for staff convenience.
Exciter
• The exciter may be placed in a number of positions, depending on the
environment:
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above the doorway, laid flat on the dropped ceiling tile (non foil-backed),
inside a wall cavity, four (4) feet above the floor,
on the sidewall along the hallway, four (4) feet above the floor,
securely fastened under the floor of the doorway, or
placed on an exterior wall to limit penetration of the field into the building.
• The exciter field must not extend into areas that are regularly occupied by
tags.
These tags could keep a controller in the pre-alarm state, preventing the door from
opening if maglocks are in use.
• Tags should detect the exciter field at least six (6) feet from the door to allow
sufficient time for a maglock to energize.
• The exciter may be mounted in wall or ceiling cavities or surface-mounted.
Refer to the International Exciter Antenna Installation Guide (part # 981-804008-
000 for installation details.
Receive Antenna
• Position the antenna in a vertical orientation.
The antenna includes a removable right angle fitting to aid in positioning.
• The antenna has a maximum receive range of 30 feet (9 meters).
• There must be no metal barriers blocking tag signals.
The receive antenna should be positioned below metal pans, foil-backed ceiling tiles,
etc. If this is not possible, you may substitute an elevator receive antenna to aid in
positioning.
Warnings
• Electrostatic discharge could damage the controller’s internal components.
Touch your hand to ground to discharge any electrostatic charge before wiring the
controller.
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• No user adjustments inside the controller except LF and UHF tuning and
mode setting.
Tampering with the internal circuitry may cause component or system failure, or
both, and will void the warranty.
• Follow installation instructions precisely.
Instructions must be carefully followed throughout the installation of all controllers.
Failure to follow the instructions may cause degraded performance. If you need
assistance, contact SHS Technical Support at 866-559-6275.
Door Controller and Exciter Installation
Follow these steps to install and test the controller, exciter and receive antenna.
1
Place the controller at the approximate final location.
2
Set the controller mode switch, SW102, to Position 0 (test mode). SW102 is
beige and located in the upper right quadrant of the controller circuit board.
Do not forget to reset this switch when installation is complete.
3
Set the receiver threshold switch, SW201, to position 4 (medium sensitivity).
SW201 is beige and located at the lower left of the controller circuit board.
4
Connect the receive antenna to the Receive Antenna BNC terminal on the
controller front panel. Orient the antenna vertically for best reception. If
necessary, you can loosen the whip with an Allen key and locate it at the end
of the BNC connector.
5
Connect one end of the exciter cable to BNC terminal SRA #1 on the controller
front panel, and the other end to the BNC terminal on the exciter. If you are
installing two exciters, connect the second cable to SRA #2 and the second
exciter.
6
Connect an access keypad to the Keypad terminal on the controller front
panel using the supplied cable. The keypad is used later in this procedure
during exciter setup for audible confirmation of tag in field. See the Halo or
RoamAlert installation manuals for permanent keypad installation steps.
7
Connect the power cable to lines 1(+24V DC Input) and 2 (System Ground) on
the controller terminal block.
8
Position the exciter at the location where you estimate that the best field will
occur. The field must fill the area in front of the door all the way to the
floor so that no tag can reach the door undetected. To tune the exciter
field:
8.1 Apply power to the controller.
8.b
Place a test tag on a non-metallic surface, about four (4) feet above the
floor, at the maximum distance (not more than 10 feet) from which you
have determined that the tag should be detected.
8.c
Using switch R520 (the large blue potentiometer at the upper right of
the controller circuit board), adjust the range of the exciter field. Turn
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the pot clockwise to increase the field range, counter-clockwise to
decrease it. Decrease the field until the tag is no longer detected, then
increase the field until the tag is reliably detected.
8.d
Pick up the test tag and slowly pass it through all the areas that you
need the field to cover (do not forget the floor). The keypad should
beep at a steady rate. An uneven rate indicates that the exciter field is
poor at that location.
8.e
Finally, take the test tag into any adjacent rooms or areas that may be
regularly occupied by tags. If the tag is still detected, the exciter field
will need to be decreased.
Important:
9
Reset the controller mode switch, SW102, to one of its non-test positions (see
“Mode Switch (SW102) Settings and Relay Action” on page 10 for settings).
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Controller Notes and Diagrams
Front Panel Connectors
Figure 1: R3Z Controller Front Panel Connectors
Front Panel Connector Description - Left to Right
#
Name
Remarks
–
Receive Antenna
BNC connector for whip or elevator-style cable antenna. Do
not exceed 3 feet of antenna cable.
–
Keypad
RJ-11 connector for keypad. Two keypads can be
connected using a modular Y adapter (Part # AR3KA01001)
1
+24VDC INPUT
Powers the controller (250 mA), maglock (1.0A max), and
+12 VDC auxiliary output (200 mA max).
2
SYSTEM GROUND
Common Ground
3
+12V OUT
Power for ID display, select sound, etc.: 12VDC, 200mA
max
4
SYSTEM GROUND
Common Ground
5
NOT USED
Not used
6
NOT USED
Not used
7
SYSTEM GROUND
Common ground
8
MAGLOCK OUT 24V
Power (24 VDC, 1.0A max) to energize a magnetic door lock
while a Tag is in the detection zone.
9
DOOR SWITCH IN
Active low signal (ground), activates the alarm relays and
keypad alarm indicators while the door is open and a Tag is
in the detection zone. Connect double door switches in
series so that opening either door activates the alarm.
10
ALARM IN
Activates the maglock, alarm relays, and keypad alarm
indicators when connected to system ground, even if no Tag
is in the detection zone.
11
NOT USED
Can be used for a Tag ID Display
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#
Name
Remarks
12
UNLOCK IN
Deactivates the maglock when connected to system ground.
Typically connected to fire alarm panel auxiliary trouble
relay to unlock the door if a fire is detected. Also deactivates
alarm relays and keypad alarm indicators.
13
OVERRIDE IN
Deactivates the maglock, alarm relays, and keypad alarm
indicators when connected to system ground, even if the
door is open and a Tag is in the detection zone.
14
NOT USED
Can be used for a Tag ID Display
15
N.O. 1
16
COM 1
17
N.C. 1
18
N.O. 2
19
COM 2
Alarm Relays 1 and 2 are activated when the door is open
and a Tag is in the detection zone or when ALARM IN is
connected to system ground.
Alarm Relays 1 and 2 are deactivated when the alarm is
cleared (see Mode Switch description in the table below) or
OVERRIDE IN or UNLOCK IN is connected to system
ground.
Maximum relay contact current is 2A @ 30 VDC.
20
N.C. 2
–
SRA #1
–
SRA #2
BNC connectors for two exciter antennas. Do not exceed 25
feet of RG59/U cable for each antenna. Do not terminate
unused connector.
Jumpers and Switches – Layout
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Jumpers and Switches – Description
Label
Default Description
Remarks
JP102
Pos 1-2
Do not change default
setting.
NOT USED
JP103A Pos A
JP103B
Pos A – Relay 1 = Active TIF DO, Relay 2 =
Mode Switch dependant
Pos B – Relay 2 mirrors Relay 1 in any mode
JP201A Pos B
JP201B
Pos B – 13V - Access Keypad
Pos A – 5V - RBC Panel
JP202
ON
ON – Maglock Clamp Diode Enabled.
Prevents relay contact damage caused by
inductive kickback from the maglock. Will
override the fast release of maglocks with that
feature.
OFF – Maglock Clamp Diode Disabled. For
maglocks with fast release feature.
Set this jumper OFF if
the installed maglock has
fast release and you
want to preserve that
feature.
JP301
Pos 2-3
NOT USED
Do not change default
setting
JP302
Pos 2-3
Pos 2-3 – Meant for contacts that are closed
when the door is closed.
Pos 1-2 – Meant for contacts that are closed
when the door is open.
JP401
OFF
Not used
LD501
N/A
Receive indicator: lights momentarily each Located at the upper left
time a tag is detected. Flickers continuously if of the board, used for
random RF noise signal is received.
testing receive antenna
reception during
installation.
SW102
Pos 3
Controller mode switch: Pos 3 = Unlatched See “Mode Switch
– alarm automatically terminates
(SW102) Settings and
Relay Action” on
page 10.
SW103
SW 2 ON SW 2 ON – Loiter alarm enabled
SW 1 is not used.
SW 2 OFF – Loiter alarm disabled
SW201
Pos 4
Receiver threshold switch: adjust for
optimum noise suppression and tag
reception.
0 = OFF, receiver disabled
1 = low sensitivity, high noise suppression
7 = high sensitivity, low noise suppression
8, 9 = highest sensitivity, no noise
suppression
R520
N/A
Exciter antenna adjust: controls the power Do not set a detection
of the exciter field. Turn clockwise to increase zone larger than 10 feet.
the field power and detection zone size.
POWER
(on front panel)
OFF – no power to controller.
Solid green – Normal operation
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Mode Switch (SW102) Settings and Relay Action
Relay Action
Position
Description
Relay 1
Relay 2
0
Test mode. Use only while
testing during installation or
troubleshooting.
No action
No action
1
Non-latched alarm –
automatically terminates
Active TIF D/O Active TIF D/O or D/C
2
Latched alarm – does not
terminate
Active TIF D/O Active TIF D/O or D/C
3
Non-latched alarm –
automatically terminates
Active TIF D/O TIC
4
Latched alarm and pre-alarm
Active TIF D/O TIC
5
Non-latched alarm –
automatically terminates
Active TIF D/O Active on Bypass
6-9, A-F
Not used.
Notes:
D/O = Door Open, D/C = Door Closed
TIF = Tag In Field (in exciter detection zone)
TIC = Tag Initiated Communication (tamper)
If loiter alarm is enabled on SW103, then Relay 1 engages after 55
seconds in any mode (except test)
Connecting a Third-Party Keypad
Third-party keypads can be connected to an R3 controller using a 6P6C modular plug
according to the following pin-outs at the controller keypad jack, from left (pin 1) to
right (pin 6):
Pin
Description
1
+12V DC
2
Ground
3
BYPASS_IN
4
RESET_IN
5
ALARM_OUT
6
BYPASS_OUT
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Specifications
International ECO Door Controller Specifications
Part Number
804A5501
Operating Temperature
32° F to 131° F (0° C to 55° C)
Relative Humidity
0-90% RH non-condensing
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Door Controller: 7” x 9.5” x 3” (17.8 x 24.1 x 7.6 cm)
Exciter Ant.: 13” L x 2.5” W x 1.5” H (33 x 6.3 x 3.8 cm)
Height with surface mount cover: 1.7” (4.5cm)
Access Keypad: 4.5 x 2.75 x 2.5” (11.4 x 6.9 x 6.4 cm)
Weight
46 oz (1300 g) approx. (controller only)
Operating Frequencies
Input: 433.92 MHz; Output: 125 KHz
Input Voltage
24 VDC @ 1.5 A
Current Draw
Door Controller: 300 mA
12 V Output: 200 mA
Maglock Output: 1000 mA
Relay Outputs (2)
2 A, 30 VDC Form C dry contact
CE Compliant
Yes
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Notes:
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Stanley Healthcare Solutions Division
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Lincoln, NE 68503
Telephone: USA:
800-824-2996
Canada: 866-559-6275
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February 2011. 981-804007-000 Rev A.