AYC-Qx4 Family Instruction Manual

AYC-Qx4 Family
Vandal Resistant
Convertible Reader / Controllers
Instruction Manual
Models:
AYC-Q54B
AYC-Q64B
July 2008
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1.
General Information................................................................... 4
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
2.
Technical Specifications ............................................................. 7
2.1
3.
Introduction....................................................................................... 4
Reader/Controller Types ................................................................... 5
Box Content ...................................................................................... 5
Ancillary Equipment ......................................................................... 6
Key Features ..................................................................................... 8
Installation................................................................................. 10
3.1
Mounting the AYC-Qx4.................................................................. 10
4.
Wiring Instructions................................................................... 11
5.
Reader Functionality ................................................................ 14
5.1
5.2
Transmit Mode................................................................................ 14
Programming the AYC-Qx4 Series ................................................. 15
Selecting Keypad Transmission Format........................................................................... 17
Selecting Proximity Card Transmission Format .............................................................. 24
Changing the Programming Code .................................................................................... 26
Changing the Facility Code .............................................................................................. 26
Return to Factory Default Settings ................................................................................... 27
Replacing a Lost Programming Code............................................................................... 27
6.
Controller Functionality........................................................... 28
6.1
Normal, Secure, and Master Users .................................................. 28
Normal User...................................................................................................................... 29
Secure User....................................................................................................................... 29
Master User....................................................................................................................... 29
6.2
Modes of Operation......................................................................... 30
Normal Mode.................................................................................................................... 30
Bypass Mode .................................................................................................................... 30
Secure Mode ..................................................................................................................... 30
Changing the Modes of Operation.................................................................................... 31
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
Auxiliary Input & Output ................................................................ 32
Door Alarms.................................................................................... 32
Internal Case and Back Tamper....................................................... 33
Lockout Feature (Keypad / Card Tamper) ....................................... 33
Request to Exit (REX) Function...................................................... 33
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6.8
6.9
Secure Application Appurtenances.................................................. 34
Programming the AYC-Qx4............................................................ 35
Programming Menu .......................................................................................................... 35
Entering Programming Mode ........................................................................................... 36
Exiting Programming Mode ............................................................................................. 36
Changing Lock Strike Code.............................................................................................. 36
Changing Auxiliary Code ................................................................................................. 37
Changing the Programming Code .................................................................................... 38
Changing the Normal / Secure Code ................................................................................ 39
Changing the Normal / Bypass Code and Door Chime Settings ...................................... 39
Setting Fail Safe/Secure Operation, Tamper Siren and Lock Strike Release Time ......... 40
Defining the Auxiliary Input and Output.......................................................................... 41
Quick Reference Guide for Auxiliary Mode Setting........................................................ 43
Detailed Reference Guide................................................................................................. 44
Setting the Lockout Feature.............................................................................................. 49
Enrolling Primary and Secondary Codes.......................................................................... 50
Deleting Primary and Secondary Codes ........................................................................... 53
Relay Codes Assignment.................................................................................................. 55
Relay Code Assignment using Search Method ................................................................ 56
Pin Code Length / Factory Default Settings ..................................................................... 57
Replacing a Lost Programming Code............................................................................... 58
Replacing a Lost Normal / Secure Code........................................................................... 59
Limited Warranty.............................................................................. 60
Technical Support.............................................................................. 62
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General Information
1.
General Information
1.1
Introduction
The AYC-Qx4 series is a vandal-resistant, waterproof, standalone,
convertible integrated reader and controller. The AYC-Qx4 series
automatically determines whether to function as a reader or as a
controller. If the unit is connected to a standard access control
unit, then it functions as a reader. If the unit is connected to
Rosslare's secure application appurtenances such as the PS-A25T,
PS-C25T or PS-C25TU, it functions as a secured controller.
For information on how the unit functions as a reader, see Reader
Functionality on page 14.
For information on how the unit functions as a controller, see
Controller Functionality on page 28.
All of the units are water resistant and suitable for indoor or
outdoor mounting.
As a controller, the units accept up to 500 users, and allow entry
via a personal identification number (PIN) and/or by presenting a
proximity card.
The pin code length for the controller has several options. The pin
code length can be a set number of 4, 5 or 6 digits or it can be a
4-8 digits option.
This manual contains the following information:
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Installation
Wiring instructions
Operation Instructions
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General Information
1.2
Reader/Controller Types
The different types of units described in this manual are:
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Type 54 has PIN only
Type 64 has PIN and Proximity card
Backlight
Keypad Type Proximity
AYC-Q54B
Standard
AYC-Q64B
Standard
Upon power-on reset, the AYC-Qx4 searches for the presence of
Rosslare's secure application appurtenances. If a secure
application appurtenance is detected, then the AYC-Qx4 is
automatically configured as a secure access control unit. This is
indicated by two short beeps. If the secured controller is not
detected, it is automatically configured as a reader, indicated by
one short beep.
1.3
Box Content
Before beginning verify that all of the following is in the box. If
anything is missing, please report the discrepancy to your nearest
Rosslare office.
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One AYC-Qx4 unit
Installation kit
Installation and operating instructions
secure application appurtenance (optional for controller
applications)
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1.4
Ancillary Equipment
The following equipment is required to complete your installation:
Reader
•
Compatible host controller (not supplied) - UL listed
access control unit, i.e., model AC-215U
Controller
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Secure Application Appurtenances
such as the PS-A25T, PS-C25T or PS-C25TU secure
controllers
This unit connects to the following:
o Electric lock strike mechanism or a magnetic lock
device, which implements fail safe (power to lock) or
fail secure (power to open) functions.
o Request to Exit (REX) button—normally open type.
Switch is closed when pressed.
o Door monitor switch.
Rosslare accessories can be found on www.rosslaresecurity.com.
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Technical Specifications
2.
Technical Specifications
Specifications
AYC-Q54B
AYC-Q64B
Electrical Characteristics
Power supply type
Linear type – recommended
Operating voltage range
5 - 16VDC (when used as a
controller, provided by the secure
application appurtenance)
Input current standby
(12VDC)
65mA
90mA
Input current max (16VDC)
110mA
130mA
LED control input
Dry contact N.O.
Tamper output
Open collector, active low, 30mA
max sink current
Cable distance to host
controller
Up to 500ft (150 meters) using an
18AWG cable
Max proximity card read
range*
N/A
1.77 inches
(45mm)
Proximity card modulation
N/A
ASK at 125 KHz
Proximity card compatibility
N/A
EM cards
Card Transmit format
(Reader)
N/A
26-bit Wiegand,
or Clock & Data
Keypad Transmit Format
(Reader)
Programmable PIN code formats
LED indicators
Two tri-colored LEDs
Communication
Data1/C1, Data0/C2—open
collector, 5V termination
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Technical Specifications
Specifications
AYC-Q54B
AYC-Q64B
Environmental Characteristics
Operating temp. range
-22 to 150° F (-30 to 65° C)
Operating humidity
0 – 95% (non-condensing)
Outdoor usage
Weather-resistant, meets IP-65, epoxy
potted, suitable for outdoor use
Mechanical
Size
(Height x Width x Depth)
4.72 x 3 x 0.827 inches
120 x 76 x21mm
Weight
1.05 lb (480gm)
*Measured using Rosslare proximity card (AT-14) or equivalent.
Range also depends on electrical environment and proximity to
metal.
2.1
Key Features
The key features for the AYC-Qx4 series are:
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Built-In Proximity Card Reader (125 KHz ASK Modulation)
(for 64 series only)
Patented Blue backlit keypad
Optical back tamper sensor and open controller tamper
output.
Lockout feature on wrong entries (Keypad / Card
Tamper)
Internal buzzer provides audible interface feedback
Two status / programming Interface LEDs (tri-colored)
Fully potted construction for outdoor use
Comes with mounting template for easier installation
Comes with an installation kit that includes a security
screw and a security screw tool
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Technical Specifications
Reader
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Programmable keypad transmission format
LED control input
Programmable facility code
Programmable Proximity Card Transmission Format
o Clock & Data
o 26-Bit Wiegand
o Card + PIN
Controller
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Bi-directional secure communication with Rosslares’
secure application appurtenance
• Three User Levels
o Normal User
o Secure User
o Master User
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"Code Search" feature that helps make maintaining user
codes easier
• Three Modes of Operation
o Normal Mode
o Bypass Mode
o Secure Mode
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Request-to-Exit (REX) signal from Rosslares’ secure
application appurtenance
Chime Bell and Siren features are available with secure
application appurtenance
Programmable Lock Strike Release, Siren, and Alarm
Delay timers
Programmable Auxiliary input with versatile functions.
Programmable Auxiliary output functions
Programmable PIN code length.
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Installation
3.
3.1
Installation
Mounting the AYC-Qx4
Before starting, select the location to mount the AYC-Qx4. This
location should be at shoulder height. Drill holes into the back of
the unit according to how you want to mount the AYC-Qx4. For US
Gang Box installation, there are two-hole indicators on the back
of the metal cover specifically aligned for the US Gang Box (A, in
diagram below). For a four screw custom installation, there are
four indicators on the back (B in diagram below).
Figure 1 Drilling mounting holes
When the unit is used a reader, route the interface cable from the
AYC-Qx4 to the Controller. When the unit is used as a secured
controller, route the interface cable from the AYC-Qx4 to
Rosslares’ secure application appurtenance.
A linear type power supply is recommended, when using the unit
as a controller.
Screw the AYC-Qx4 back cover to its mounting location.
Return the AYC-Qx4 front cover to the mounted back plate.
Secure the front cover by using the supplied security screw in the
controllers Installation Kit. An L-Shaped tool is provided for use
when tightening the security screw.
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Wiring Instructions
4.
Wiring Instructions
The unit is supplied with a 22-inch pigtail, having a 6-conductor
cable. To connect the unit to the controller, perform the following:
Prepare the unit's cable by cutting the cable jacket back 1¼
inches and strip the wire ½ inch. Prepare the controller cable by
cutting the cable jacket back 1¼ inches and strip the wire ½ inch.
Splice the unit’s pigtail wires to the corresponding controller wires
and cover each connection.
Refer to the wire color table below, and to the wiring diagrams
provided on the following pages.
Reader
Controller
Color Functionality
5~16 VDC
5~16 VDC
Red
+DC Input
Shield / Ground Shield / Ground Black
Ground
Data 1 / Clock
C1
White
Communication
Data 0 / Data
C2
Green Communication
LEDCTL
AUX. IN
Brown
Tamper
Tamper
Purple Tamper
LED Control / Auxiliary Input
If the tamper output is used, connect the purple wire to the
correct input on the controller when used as a reader, or to a
zone input of an intruder alarm system when used as a controller.
Trim and cover all unused conductors.
Note:
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The individual wires from the unit are color-coded according
the Wiegand standard.
When using a separate Power Supply for the Reader, this
Power Supply and that of the Controller must have a
common ground.
The Reader’s cable shield wire should preferably be
attached to an earth ground, or a signal ground connection
at the panel, or power supply end of the cable. This
configuration is best for shielding the Reader cable from
external interference
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Wiring Instructions
Wiring diagram #1 (below) shows the wiring for the Controller
Application using a Dual Relay Secure Application Appurtenance.
Rosslare
PS-X25
AYC-Qx4B
Figure 2 Controller Application Wiring Diagram #1
Wiring diagram #2 (below) shows the auxiliary output connection
using internal power.
Rosslare
PS-X25
Figure 3 Controller Application Wiring Diagram #2
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Wiring Instructions
Wiring diagram #3 (below) shows the auxiliary output connection
using the external power.
Rosslare
PS-X25
Figure 4 Controller Application Wiring Diagram #3
AYC-Qx4B
Figure 5: Reader Application Wiring Diagram #4
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Reader Functionality
5.
Reader Functionality
The AYC-Qx4 series can function both as a reader and as a
controller. If the unit is connected to standard access controller, it
functions as a reader, indicated by one beep immediately after
power-on reset.
The following explains how the AYC-Qx4 series functions as a
reader.
5.1
Transmit Mode
When the AYC-Qx4 is in Transmit Mode, it is ready to receive data
from a presented Proximity Card or an entered PIN code.
When the reader is in Transmit
Mode, the Transmit LED is red and
the Program LED is off.
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Red
When a Proximity Card or Keyboard entry is being transmitted, the
Transmit LED will flash green.
Keyboard data can be sent via one of eight different Keypad
Transmission Formats. For more information, see Selecting Keypad
Transmission Format on page 17.
Proximity Cards presented to the reader are always sent in either
26-Bit Wiegand, Clock & Data or, Wiegand Card + PIN format. See
Selecting Proximity Card Transmission Format on page 24 for more
information.
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5.2
Programming the AYC-Qx4 Series
Programming the AYC-Qx4 series is done solely via the unit's
keypad driven Programming Menu System. To reach the
Programming Menu System the AYC-Qx4 must first be placed into
Programming Mode. During the AYC-Qx4's manufacturing
process certain codes and settings are pre-programmed. These
settings are the called the "Default Factory Settings".
The table below shows the names of all the AYC-Qx4 Menus.
Programming Menu
Default Factory Settings are marked by a "*" sign.
Menu Description
1
Default
Selecting Keypad Transmission Format
Single Key, 6-Bit Wiegand (Rosslare Format)
*
Single Key, 6-Bit Wiegand with Nibble + Parity Bits
Single Key, 8-Bit Wiegand, Nibbles Complemented
4 Keys Binary + Facility Code, 26-Bit Wiegand
1 to 5 Keys + Facility Code, 26-Bit Wiegand
6 Keys BCD and Parity Bits, 26-Bit Wiegand
Single Key, 3x4 Matrix Keypad
1 to 8 Keys BCD, Clock & Data
2
Selecting Card Transmission Format
26-Bit Wiegand
*
Clock & Data
Wiegand Card + PIN
3
Changing the Programming Code
1234
4
Changing the Facility Code
0
0
Return to Factory Default Settings
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Entering Programming Mode
1)
2)
Press the # key 4 times.
• Transmit LED will turn off.
• Program LED will turn red.
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Red
? ? ? ?
Enter your 4 digit Programming
Code. If the Programming
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Code is valid, the door LED
Green
will turn green and the
AYC-Qx4 will be in Programming Mode.
Note:
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The factory 4-digit Programming Code is 1234.
If a Programming Code is not entered within 30 seconds, the
AYC-Qx4 will return to Transmit Mode.
Exiting Programming Mode
1)
2)
3)
To exit the Programming Mode at any time press #:
• You will hear a beep
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
• The Program LED will be
Red
off
• The Transmit LED will turn red
This indicates that the AYC-Qx4 has returned to Transmit
Mode.
Wrong entries may reset the reader back to Transmit Mode.
While in Programming Mode if no key is pressed for 30
seconds the AYC-Qx4 will exit Programming Mode and return
to Transmit Mode.
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Selecting Keypad Transmission Format
The AYC-Qx4 has eight different keypad transmission formats to
select from. Follow the steps below to select the appropriate
keypad transmission format that you wish to use.
1)
2)
Enter Programming Mode.
Press “1” to enter.
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Green
1
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3)
4)
5)
Door/Program
The Transmit LED will turn Mode/Transmit
Red
Green
Red.
Enter the appropriate option no. for the
?
keypad transmission format that you
wish to select (see table below).
If an incorrect option no. is entered the reader will return to
Transmit Mode and the keypad transmission format will
remain unchanged
Look on the next page for more information on keypad
transmission formats.
System returns to Transmit Mode.
Door/Program
• You will hear three beeps. Mode/Transmit
• The Program LED will turn
Red
off
• The Transmit LED will turn red
Note:
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Only one keypad transmission format can be active at any
one time.
When using the keypad transmission format "1 to 8 keys BCD,
Clock & Data" (Option 8) an additional input is required to
specify the number of keys in the PIN code.
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Keypad Transmission Format Option Number
See the table below to determine the Option Number for the
Keypad Transmission Format you wish to select
Keypad Transmission Format
Option Number
Single Key, 6-Bit Wiegand (Rosslare Format)
1*
Single Key, 6-Bit Wiegand with Nibble + Parity Bits
2
Single Key, 8-Bit Wiegand, Nibbles Complemented
3
4 Keys Binary + Facility Code, 26-Bit Wiegand
4
1 to 5 Keys + Facility Code, 26-Bit Wiegand
5
6 Keys BCD and Parity Bits, 26-Bit Wiegand
6
Single Key, 3x4 Matrix Keypad
7
1 to 8 Keys BCD, Clock & Data Single Key
8
* Option 1 is the default factory setting.
More information on each of the different keypad transmission
formats is available below and on the following pages.
Option 1: Single Key, 6-Bit Wiegand (Rosslare Format)
Each key press immediately sends 4 bits with 2 parity bits added.
Even parity for the first 3 bits and odd parity for the last 3 bits.
0= 1 1010 0 ="A" in Hexadecimal
6= 1 0110 0
1= 0 0001 0
7= 1 0111 1
2= 0 0010 0
8= 1 1000 1
3= 0 0011 1
9= 1 1001 0
4= 1 0100 1
*= 1 1011 1 ="B" in Hexadecimal
5= 1 0101 0
#= 0 1100 1 ="C" in Hexadecimal
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Option 2: Single Key, 6-Bit Wiegand Nibble and Parities
Each key press immediately sends 4 bits with 2 parity bits added.
Even parity for the first 3 bits and odd parity for the last 3 bits.
0 = 0 0000 1
6 = 1 0110 0
1 = 0 0001 0
7 = 1 0111 1
2 = 0 0010 0
8 = 1 1000 1
3 = 0 0011 1
9 = 1 1001 0
4 = 1 0100 1
* = 1 1010 0 = "A" in Hexadecimal
5 = 1 0101 0
# = 1 1011 1 = "B" in Hexadecimal
Option 3: Single Key, 8-Bit Wiegand Nibbles Complemented
Inverts the most significant bits in the message leaving the least 4
significant bits as Binary-Coded Decimal (BCD) representation of
the key. The host system receives an 8-bit message.
0 = 11110000
6 = 10010110
1 = 11100001
7 = 10000111
2 = 11010010
8 = 01111000
3 = 11000011
9 = 01101001
4 = 10110100
* = 01011010 = "A" in Hexadecimal
5 = 10100101
# = 01001011 = "B" in Hexadecimal
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Option 4: 4 Keys Binary + Facility Code, 26-Bit Wiegand
Buffers 4 keys and outputs keypad data with a three digit facility
code like a standard 26-Bit card output.
The facility code is set in Programming Menu number four and
can be in the range 000 to 255. The factory default setting for the
facility code is 000. (See Changing the Facility Code on page 26
for more information).
The keypad PIN code is 4-digit long and can range between 0000
and 9999. On the fourth key press of the 4 digit PIN code, the data
is sent across the Wiegand Data lines as binary data in the same
format as a 26-Bit Card.
If the "*" key or the "#" key are pressed during PIN code entry, the
keypad will clear the PIN code entry buffer, generate a beep and
is ready to receive a new 4 digit keypad PIN code.
If the entry of the 4 digits keypad PIN code is disrupted and no
number key is pressed within 5 seconds, the keypad will clear the
PIN code entry buffer, generate a beep and is ready to receive a
new 4 digits keypad PIN code.
(EP) FFFF FFFF AAAA AAAA AAAA AAAA (OP)
Where:
EP = Even parity for first 12 bits.
OP = Odd parity for last 12 bits.
F = 8-Bit Facility Code.
A = 16-Bit code generated from keyboard.
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Option 5: 1 to 5 Keys + Facility Code, 26-Bit Wiegand
Buffers up to 5 keys and outputs keypad data with a facility code
like a 26-Bit card output.
The facility code is set in Programming Menu number four and
can be in the range 000 to 255. The factory default setting for the
facility code is 000. (See Changing the Facility Code on page 26
for more information.)
The keypad PIN code can be one to five digits long and can
range between 1 and 65,535. When entering a keypad PIN code
that is less than 5 digits long, the "#" key must be pressed to signify
the end of PIN code entry. For keypad PIN codes that are 5 digits
long, on the fifth key press of the 5 digit PIN code, the data is sent
across the Wiegand Data lines as binary data in the same format
as a 26-Bit Card.
If the "*" key is pressed during PIN code entry or a PIN code
greater than 65,535 is entered, the keypad will clear the PIN code
entry buffer, generate a beep and is ready to receive a new 5
digit keypad PIN code.
If the entry of the 1 to 5 digit keypad PIN code is disrupted and no
number key or "#" key is pressed within 5 seconds, the keypad will
clear the PIN code entry buffer, generate a medium length beep
and is ready to receive a new 1 to 5 digit keypad PIN code.
(EP) FFFF FFFF AAAA AAAA AAAA AAAA (OP)
Where:
EP = Even parity for first 12 bits.
OP = Odd parity for last 12 bits.
F = 8-Bit Facility Code.
A = 16-Bit code generated from keyboard.
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Option 6: 6 Keys BCD and parity bits, 26-Bit Wiegand
Sends buffer of 6 keys, adds parity and sends a 26-Bit BinaryCoded Decimal (BCD) message. Each key is a four bit equivalent
of the decimal number.
The keypad PIN code must be 6 key presses long. On the sixth key
press of the 6 digit PIN code, the data is sent across the Wiegand
Data lines as a BCD message.
If the entry of the 6 digit keypad PIN code is disrupted and no
number key is pressed within 5 seconds, the keypad will clear the
PIN code entry buffer, generate a medium length beep and is
ready to receive a new 6 digit keypad PIN code.
(EP) AAAA BBBB CCCC DDDD EEEE FFFF (OP)
Where:
EP = Even parity for first 12 bits.
OP = Odd parity for last 12 bits.
A = The first key entered.
D = Fourth key entered
B = Second key entered
E = Fifth key entered.
C = Third key entered
F = Sixth key entered
Option 7: Single Key, 3x4 Matrix Keypad (MD-P64)
This unique mode is intended to let the host controller scan the
AYC-Qx4 keypad while still keeping the proximity card readers 26Bit Wiegand or Clock & Data formats active.
An optional interface board must be used between the AYC-Qx4
and the host system. Each key press is immediately sent on DATA0
as an ASCII character at a baud rate of 9600 bits per second.
When a key is pressed DATA1 is pulled "low" until the key is
released at which point DATA1 will be set to "high". This allows the
controller to detect the duration of the key press.
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The MD-P64 interface unit outputs the data received to 7 outputs
emulating a keyboard. The interface unit will not affect any data
that it receives from the proximity reader whether it is 26-Bit
Wiegand or Clock & Data.
Key pressed = ASCII Value
0 = '0' ( 0x30 hex )
6 = '6' ( 0x36 hex )
1 = '1' ( 0x31 hex )
7 = '7' ( 0x37 hex )
2 = '2' ( 0x32 hex )
8 = '8' ( 0x38 hex )
3 = '3' ( 0x33 hex )
9 = '9' ( 0x39 hex )
4 = '4' ( 0x34 hex )
*= '* ' ( 0x2A hex )
5 = '5' ( 0x35 hex )
# = '#' ( 0x23 hex )
Option 8: 1 to 8 Keys BCD, Clock & Data
Buffers up to 8 keys and outputs keypad data without a facility
code like standard Clock and Data card output.
The keypad PIN code can be one to eight digits long. The PIN
code length is selected while programming the reader for Option
8. The reader will transmit the data when it receives the last key
press of the PIN code. The data is sent across the two data output
lines as binary data in Clock & Data format.
If the "*" key or the "#" key are pressed during PIN code entry, the
keypad will clear the PIN code entry buffer, generate a beep and
is ready to receive a new keypad PIN code.
If the entry of the digit keypad PIN code is disrupted and no
number key or "#" key is pressed within 5 seconds, the keypad will
clear the PIN code entry buffer, generate a medium length beep
and is ready to receive a new keypad PIN code.
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When using the keypad transmission format "1 to 8 keys BCD,
Clock & Data" (Option 8) an additional input is required to
specify the number of keys in the PIN code.
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Selecting Proximity Card Transmission Format
The AYC-Qx4 has three different proximity card formats to select
from. Follow the steps below to select the appropriate Proximity
Card reader transmission format that you wish to use.
1)
2)
Enter Programming Mode.
Green
Press “2” to enter Menu 2.
•
The Transmit LED will turn
red.
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
2
Mode/Transmit
Red
Door/Program
Green
3)
Enter the appropriate option number for the proxy card
transmission format that you wish to select (options below).
If an incorrect option is entered the reader will return to
Transmit Mode and the keypad transmission format will
remain unchanged.
4)
System returns to Transmit Mode
• You will hear three beeps. Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
• The Program LED will turn
Red
off
• The Transmit LED will turn red
Proximity Card Transmission Format Option Number:
Option 1: 26-Bit Wiegand
Option 2: Clock & Data
Option 3: Wiegand Card + PIN
"Wiegand Card + PIN" Transmission Format
This unique mode is intended to let host controllers get card and
keypad data simultaneously. This option overrules the selected
Keypad Transmission Format and sends the keypad data as
described below.
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After a card is presented to AYC-Qx4, the program LED starts to
flash in Green and indicates that AYC-Qx4 is waiting for the PIN
code. If the entry of one to five digit keypad PIN code is disturbed
and no digit key or # key is pressed within 5 seconds, the keypad
will clear the card buffer and the PIN code entry buffer, generate
a medium length beep and be ready to receive a new card.
The keypad PIN code can be one to five digits long in the range
of 0 to 99,999. When entering a keypad PIN code, the # key must
be pressed to signify the end of the PIN entry. When pressing the #
key press, the data is sent by the Wiegand data lines. If the * key is
pressed, the keypad will clear the card buffer and the PIN code
entry buffer, generate a medium length beep and is ready to
receive a new card.
AYC-QX4 output card data in 26-Bit Wiegand with the following
keypad data in 26-Bit Wiegand format.
Card Data: (EP) AAAA AAAA AAAA BBBB BBBB BBBB (OP)
Where:
EP =Even parity for first 12 A bits.
OP =Odd parity for last B 12 bits.
PIN Data: (EP) 0000 AAAA BBBB CCCC DDDD EEEE (OP)
Where:
A = The first key entered.
B = Second key entered
C = Third key entered
EP =Even parity for first 12 bits.
D = Fourth key entered
E = Fifth key entered.
OP =Odd parity for last 12 bits.
If the PIN code is less than 5 digits, all the most significant nibbles
are filled with 0.
Example: (EP) 0000 0000 0000 0000 AAAA BBBB (OP)
Where:
A = The first key entered.
EP =Even parity for first 12 bits.
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B =Second key entered
OP =Odd parity for last 12 bits.
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Changing the Programming Code
1)
2)
Enter Programming Mode.
Press “3” to enter Menu 3.
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
3
Green
•
3)
4)
Door/Program
The Transmit LED will turn Mode/Transmit
Red
Green
red.
Enter the new 4 digit code you wish
? ? ? ?
to set as the Programming Code
System returns to Transmit Mode
• You will hear three beeps Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
• The Program LED will turn
Red
off
• The Transmit LED will turn red
Note:
•
•
Programming Code can not be erased, i.e. the code 0000 is
invalid and will not erase the Programming Code.
The factory default 4-digit Programming Code is 1234.
Changing the Facility Code
1)
Enter Programming Mode.
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Green
2)
3)
4)
4
Press “4” to enter Menu 4.
• The Transmit LED will turn Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
red.
Red
Green
Enter the new 3-digit code you wish to
? ? ?
set as the Facility Code
System returns to Transmit Mode
Door/Program
• You will hear three beeps Mode/Transmit
Red
• The Program LED will turn
off
• The Transmit LED will turn red
Note:
•
•
Facility Code can be in the range of 000 to 255.
The default Facility Code is 0.
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Return to Factory Default Settings
Warning:
•
1)
Enter
You must be very careful before using this command! This
will erase the entire memory and return all codes to their
factory default setting.
Programming Mode.
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Green
2)
Press “0” to enter Menu 0.
•
•
3)
The Transmit LED will
Flash red.
The Program LED will
flash red.
0
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Red
?
?
?
Red
?
Enter your 4 digit programming
code
• If the Programming Code is valid, all memory will be
erased, you will hear three beeps and the controller will
return to Normal Mode
• If the Programming Code is invalid you will hear a long
beep and the controller will return to Normal Mode
without erasing the memory of the controller
Replacing a Lost Programming Code
In the event that the Programming Code is forgotten, the AYCQx4 may be reprogrammed in the field using the following
instructions:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Remove power from the reader.
Activate tamper by removing the reader from the wall or
removing the reader's case.
Apply power to the reader.
You now have 10 seconds to enter Programming Mode using
the factory default Programming Code 1234.
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6.
Controller Functionality
The AYC-Qx4 series can function both as a reader and as a
controller. If the unit is connected to Rosslares’ secure application
appurtenance, it functions as a controller indicated by two beeps
immediately after power-on reset.
The lock strike output and Request to Exit input are not located on
the AYC-Qx4 unit, eliminating the possibility of unauthorized entry
to the restricted area.
The following explains how the AYC-Qx4 series functions as a
controller.
6.1
Normal, Secure, and Master Users
The AYC-Qx4 accepts up to 500 users and provides entry via the
use of PIN codes and/or Proximity cards. Each user is provided
with two code memory slots, Memory Slot 1 (Primary Code) and
Memory Slot 2 (Secondary Code).
The pin code length has several options. The pin code length can
be a set number of 4, 5 or 6 digits or it can be a 4-8 digits option.
When choosing the 4-8 digit option, please note that you should
either enter zeros before the code, or press pound at the end (for
example if your code is 12345, enter either 00012345 or 12345#).
Note:
•
Entering a code refers to either PIN or CARD depending on
the model you have.
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The way in which the two memory slots are programmed
determines a user’s access level and also determines the way in
which the AYC-Qx4 grants access in its three modes of operation.
There are three user levels:
Normal User
A Normal User only has a Primary Code and is only granted
access when the AYC-Qx4 is in Normal or Bypass Mode.
Secure User
A Secure User must have a Primary and Secondary Code
programmed; the two codes must not be the same. The Secure
User can gain access when the AYC-Qx4 is in any of its three
modes of operation. In Normal Mode the Secure User must use
their Primary Code to gain entry. In Secure Mode the Secure User
must present both their Primary and Secondary Codes in order to
gain entry.
Master User
A Master User must have both Primary and Secondary Codes
programmed with the same code. The Master User can gain
access during any mode of operation by presenting their PIN
code and/or Proximity card once to the controller. (The Master
User is convenient but is less secure than a Secure User.)
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6.2
Modes of Operation
The AYC-Qx4 has three modes of operation:
Normal Mode
Mode/Transmit
MODE LED is green
Door/Program
Green
Normal Mode is the default mode. In Normal mode the door is
locked until a Primary Code is presented to the controller. Special
codes such as Lock Strike Code and Auxiliary Code are active in
Normal mode. (See pages 36-37 for more information)
Bypass Mode
Mode/Transmit
MODE LED is orange
Door/Program
Orange
In Bypass Mode, access to the premises is dependent on whether
the controller's Lock Strike Relay is programmed for Fail Safe
Operation or Fail Secure Operation. When the Lock Strike is
programmed for Fail Secure Operation, the door is locked until the
"*" button is pressed. When the Lock Strike is programmed for Fail
Safe Operation, the door is constantly unlocked.
Secure Mode
MODE LED is red
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Red
Only Secure and Master Users can access the premises during the
Secured Mode.
A Secure User must enter their Primary and Secondary Codes to
gain entry. After entering their Primary Code the Door LED will flash
green for 10 seconds, during which the Secondary Code must be
entered. A Master User only needs to present their code once to
gain entry.
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Changing the Modes of Operation
Changing from Normal Mode to Secure Mode
The default factory setting for the Normal / Secure code is 3838.
1)
2)
Enter the Normal / Secure
code
• Mode LED will flash red
Press the “#” key to
confirm the mode change.
• Mode LED will turn red
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Green
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Red
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Red
Changing from Secure Mode to Normal Mode
The default factory setting for the Normal / Secure code is 3838.
1)
2)
Enter the Normal / Secure
code
• Mode LED will flash
green
Press the “#” key to
confirm the mode change.
• Mode LED will turn green
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Red
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Green
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Green
Changing from Normal Mode to Bypass Mode
See Changing the Normal / Bypass Code and Door Chime
Settings on page 39 to create/modify the Normal / Bypass code.
1)
2)
Enter the 4 digit Normal /
Bypass code
• Mode LED will flash
Orange
Press the “#” key to
confirm the mode change.
• Mode LED will turn orange
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Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Green
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Orange
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Orange
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Changing from Bypass Mode to Normal Mode
See Changing the Normal / Bypass Code and Door Chime
Settings on page 39 to create/modify the Normal / Bypass code.
1)
2)
6.3
Enter the 4 digit Normal /
Bypass code
• Mode LED will flash
green
Press the “#” key to
confirm the mode change.
• Mode LED will turn green
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Orange
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Green
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Green
Auxiliary Input & Output
For optimum usability in different applications, the controller’s
auxiliary input and output can be configured in ten different
modes of operation.
6.4
Door Alarms
Door alarms can be generated by connecting the Auxiliary Input
to a Door Position Switch. Either Door-Forced or Door-Ajar
conditions are supported, as well as, a configurable delay timer
for each alarm type. Only one Door-alarm is enabled at any one
time. Door alarms may activate auxiliary output and siren
depending on the auxiliary settings.
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6.5
Internal Case and Back Tamper
In case the unit is forcibly opened or it is removed from the wall, a
tamper event is triggered. A tamper output opens sending a
signal to the connected Alarm system (purple wire) the event
closes when the tamper is closed (case is re-closed or re-attached
to the wall).
The tamper event can also activate the auxiliary output if the
controller is in Auxiliary Mode 3. Refer to the Quick Reference
Guide for Auxiliary Mode Setting table, on page 43 below.
6.6
Lockout Feature (Keypad / Card Tamper)
In case the controller is presented with wrong codes (PIN or Card),
consecutively several times the unit goes into lockout mode.
When a lockout occurs, the controller’s reader and keypad are
de-activated so no codes can be entered until the set lockout
period expires.
During Lockout, Mode LED is Off, Door LED flashes Red, and the
controller beeps every two seconds.
6.7
Request to Exit (REX) Function
The REX Button is connected to Rosslares’ secure application
appurtenance. The REX Button must be located inside the
premises to be secured and is used to open the door without the
use of a PIN code. It is usually located in a convenient location,
e.g. inside the door or at a receptionist's desk. The function of the
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REX Button depends on whether the Lock Strike Relay is
programmed for Fail Safe Operation or Fail Secure Operation.
Fail Secure Operation: From the moment the REX Button is pressed,
the door will be unlocked until the Lock Strike Release Time has
passed. After this time, the door will be locked even if the REX
Button has not been released.
Fail Safe Operation: From the moment the REX Button is pressed,
the door will be unlocked until the REX Button is released, plus the
Lock Strike Release Time. In this case the Lock Strike Relay only
begins its count down once the REX Button has been released.
6.8
Secure Application Appurtenances
Rosslares’ secure application appurtenances are designed for use
with Rosslare's secured series stand alone access control units,
including AYC-Qx4. It is designed to operate indoors and installed
within the secured premises.
The AYC-Qx4 must be used with one of Rosslares’ secure
application appurtenances, which provide Lock Strike output and
Request to Exit (REX) Input.
Both units communicate through a proprietary Rosslare protocol,
which provides a secure link between the AYC- Qx4 and the
appurtenances unit. This in turn activates the door lock.
The units also function as the power supply for the AYC-Qx4; it also
contains a speaker connection for all sounder abilities.
For more information see the specific Appurtenances Manual.
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6.9
Programming the AYC-Qx4
Programming the AYC-Qx4 is done solely via the unit's keypad
driven Programming Menu System. To reach the Programming
Menu System the AYC-Qx4 must first be placed into Programming
mode. See Entering Programming Mode on page 36 for more
information.
During the AYC-Qx4's manufacturing process certain codes and
settings are pre-programmed. These settings are the called the
Default Factory Settings.
The table below shows the names of all the AYC-Qx4 Menus. It
also shows of all the AYC-Qx4’s default factory codes and
settings.
Programming Menu
Menu Menu Description
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Changing Lock Strike Code
Changing Auxiliary Code
Changing Program Code
Changing Normal/Secure Code
Changing Normal/Bypass Code
Changing Door Release Time
Defining auxiliary inputs/outputs
Set Lockout
Enrolling PIN Code
Deleting PIN Code
Code assignment with
strike/auxiliary
Return to factory defaults /
Change PIN code Length
Default
4
5
6
digit digit digit
2580
0852
1234
3838
25802
08520
12341
38383
258025
085208
123412
383838
N/A
0004
2004
4000
4-8
digits
25802580
08520852
12341234
38383838
You will find a complete description and instructions for each of
the above menu items on the following pages.
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Entering Programming Mode
1)
2)
Press the # key twice within
2 seconds.
• Mode LED will turn off.
• Door LED will turn red.
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Red
? ? ? ?
Enter your Programming Code
• Door LED will turn green
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
and the AYC-Qx4 will be
Green
in Programming Mode.
Note:
•
•
•
The AYC-Qx4 must be in Normal Mode to enter the
Programming mode.
The factory four-digit Programming Code is 1234.
If a Programming Code is not entered within five seconds, the
AYC-Qx4 will return to Normal mode.
Exiting Programming Mode
1)
2)
3)
Press the “#” key two times within 2 seconds
• You will hear 3 beeps.
Mode/Transmit
• The Door LED will turn off
and the Mode LED will return to Normal.
Door/Program
Green
Wrong entries may reset the controller back to Normal
mode.
While in Programming mode, if no key is pressed for one
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
minute the AYC-Qx4 will
Green
exit Programming mode
and return to Normal mode.
Changing Lock Strike Code
The Lock Strike Code is mainly used as a method to quickly test
the Lock Strike Relay during installation.
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When the first user is added to the controller, the default Lock
Strike Code will automatically be deleted. Once the code is
programmed again, it will not be deleted with the entry of
additional User Codes.
1)
Enter Programming mode.
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Green
2)
3)
4)
1
Press “1” to enter Menu 1.
• The Mode LED will turn
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
red.
Red
Green
Enter the new code you wish to set
? ? ? ?
as the Lock Strike Code.
System returns to Normal
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
mode.
Green
• You will hear three beeps.
Note:
•
•
•
•
Lock Strike Code does not work in the Secure Mode.
Wrong entries will return the controller to Normal Mode.
Code 0000 will erase the Lock Strike Code.
The factory Default 4-digit Lock Strike code is 2580.
Changing Auxiliary Code
The Auxiliary Code is mainly used as a method to quickly test the
Auxiliary Relay during installation.
When the first user is added to the controller, the default Auxiliary
Code will automatically be deleted. Once the code is
programmed again, it will not be deleted with the entry of
additional User Codes.
1)
2)
Enter Programming mode.
Press “2” to enter Menu 2.
•
The Mode LED will turn
orange.
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Green
2
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Orange Green
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3)
4)
Enter the new code you wish to set as
the auxiliary Code.
?
?
?
System returns to Normal mode.
Mode/Transmit
• You will hear three
Green
beeps.
?
Door/Program
Note:
•
•
•
•
Auxiliary code does not work in the Secure Mode.
Wrong entries will return the controller to Normal Mode.
Code 0000 will erase the Auxiliary Code.
The factory Default 4-digit Auxiliary Code is 0852.
Changing the Programming Code
1)
2)
Enter Programming mode.
Press “3” to enter Menu 3.
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Green
3
•
3)
4)
The Mode LED will turn
Mode/Transmit
green.
Green
Enter the new code you wish to
? ? ?
set as Programming Code
System returns to Normal
Mode/Transmit
mode.
Green
• You will hear three beeps.
Door/Program
Green
?
Door/Program
Note:
•
•
Programming Code cannot be erased, i.e. the code 0000 is
not valid and will not erase the Programming Code.
The factory four digit programming code is 1234.
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Changing the Normal / Secure Code
1)
2)
Enter Programming mode.
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Green
Press “4” to enter Menu 4
4
•
3)
4)
The Mode LED will flash
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
red.
Red Green
Enter the new code you
wish to set as Normal / Secure Code
? ? ? ?
System returns to Normal
mode
• You will hear three beeps
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Green
Note:
•
•
•
Code 0000 will erase the Normal / Secure Code.
This code is disabled in case the Auxiliary Input is set to toggle
between Normal and Secure access modes.
Default Normal/Secure code is 3838
Changing the Normal / Bypass Code and Door Chime Settings
1)
2)
Enter Programming mode.
Press “5” to enter Menu 5
Mode/Transmit
5
Door/Program
Green
•
3)
The Mode LED will flash
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
orange.
Orange Green
Hereafter, are four different
ways to program the normal / bypass code and door chime.
a. Disable both Bypass Code and the
0 0 0 0
door chime.
Enter the code 0000.
b. Disable Bypass Code and enable the
0 0 0 1
door chime.
Enter the code 0001.
c. Enable Bypass Code and disable the
? ? ? 0
door chime.
Enter any code ending with 0.
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d.
4)
Enable Bypass Code and enable the
? ? ? 0
door chime.
Enter a code not ending with 0.
System returns to its normal mode.
• You will hear three
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
beeps.
Green
• The Door LED will turn off.
• The Mode LED will turn green.
Setting Fail Safe/Secure Operation, Tamper Siren and Lock
Strike Release Time
1)
Enter Programming mode.
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Green
2)
Press “6” to enter Menu 6
•
The Mode LED will flash
green.
6
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Green Green
3)
Construct a code using instructions hereafter.
First Digit
?
?
?
?
For fail secure operation, the first digit is set to 0.
For failsafe operation, the first digit is set to 1.
Second Digit
Siren Time in minutes (1-9, 0-disabled)
Third and Fourth Digits
Enter the number of seconds (from 1 to 99) that
you want the Lock Strike to be released.
For example, 0312 means Fail Secure Operation, a 3-minute Siren,
and a 12-second Lock Strike release time.
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4)
System returns to its normal mode.
• You will hear three beeps.
• The Door LED will turn
Mode/Transmit
off.
Green
• The Mode LED will turn
green.
Door/Program
Note:
•
Default value is 0004 which corresponds to Fail Secure
operation, no siren, and 4-seconds Lock Strike release time.
Defining the Auxiliary Input and Output
The default auxiliary setting is 2004.
1)
2)
Enter the Programming
Mode.
3)
Green
Press 6 to enter Menu 6.
•
The Mode LED will flash
green
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
6
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Green Green
Construct a code using the instructions below.
Auxiliary Mode
2
? ?
?
Auxiliary Setting
Auxiliary Mode
In addition to the Lock Strike Relay and Lock Strike REX, the
AYC-Qx4 features an Auxiliary Input. The Auxiliary Mode defines
the function of the Auxiliary Input.
Auxiliary Settings
Each of the Auxiliary Modes has a two digit setting that affects
how the Auxiliary Mode functions.
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4)
System returns to its normal mode.
• You will hear three beeps.
• The Door LED will turn
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
off.
Green
• The Mode LED will turn
green.
The Second digit defines Auxiliary Input function while the Third
and Fourth digits may have no meaning or otherwise they define
delay times for door monitor functions.
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Quick Reference Guide for Auxiliary Mode Setting
Auxiliary Auxiliary Input Function Auxiliary Output
Mode
Activated by
0
AUX REX
Valid code or AUX REX
Auxiliary Auxiliary Settings
Relay
(in seconds)
N.O.
01 to 99 Aux. relay release time
00 Aux. relay toggle
1
Normal/Secure switch
Valid code
N.O.
01 to 99 Aux. relay release time
00 Aux. relay toggle
2
Normal/Secure switch
Star button (Å)
N.O.
01 to 99 Aux. relay release time
00 Aux. relay toggle
3
Normal/Secure switch
Tamper event
N.C.
01 to 99 Aux. relay release time
00 Aux. relay tamper activated
4
Normal/Secure switch
Direct shunt
N.O.
01 to 99 Shunt time
5
Door Monitor
Shunt
N.C.
01 to 99 Maximum shunt time
6
Door Monitor
Forced door
N.C.
01 to 99 Forced delay
7
Door Monitor
Door ajar
N.C.
01 to 99 Ajar delay
8
LED control – Green
Valid code
N.O.
01 to 99 Aux. relay release time
00 Aux. relay toggle
9
LED control - Red
Valid code
N.O.
01 to 99 Aux. relay release time
00 Aux. relay toggle
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Detailed Reference Guide
The following are brief descriptions of each auxiliary mode. To
implement the features of each mode, refer to Defining the
Auxiliary Input and Output, page 41.
Auxiliary Mode 0
Auxiliary input function: Activates the auxiliary output
Auxiliary output activated by: Valid user code, Auxiliary code,
Auxiliary input
E.g. In auxiliary mode 0, the controller can function as a two-door
controller. The auxiliary relay is to be attached to the lock on the
second door. The auxiliary setting defines the door open time for
the second door. The auxiliary input is to be attached to the REX
pushbutton for the second door. Door Monitor input feature for
the second door is not enabled when using this mode.
Auxiliary Mode 1
Auxiliary input function:
Toggles normal/secure modes
Auxiliary output activated by: Valid user code, Auxiliary code
E.g. In auxiliary mode 1, the controller can function as a two-door
controller. The auxiliary relay is to be attached to the lock on the
second door. REX feature for the second door is not enabled
when using this mode.
The auxiliary setting defines the door open time for the second
door. The auxiliary input can switch the mode of operation of the
controller between normal and secure mode. By connecting a
switch timer or alarm system output to the auxiliary input, the
controller can be automatically switched from normal mode
(during office hours) to secure mode (after office hours).
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Auxiliary Mode 2
Auxiliary input function:
Toggles normal/secure modes
Auxiliary output activated by: Asterisk Button (*)
E.g. In auxiliary mode 2, the auxiliary relay can function as a
general purpose time switch that can be activated when the
Asterisk button (*) is depressed. The auxiliary setting establishes for
how long the auxiliary relay is to be activated. The auxiliary input
can switch the mode of operation of the controller between
normal and secure mode. By connecting a switch timer or alarm
system output to the auxiliary input, the controller can be
automatically switched from normal mode (during office hours) to
secure mode (after office hours).
Auxiliary Mode 3
Auxiliary input function:
Toggles normal/secure modes
Auxiliary output activated by: Alarms
E.g. In auxiliary mode 3, the auxiliary output is activated if the
controller is tampered; that is, if the case is forcibly opened or
removed from the wall. The auxiliary input can switch the mode of
operation of the controller between normal and secure mode. By
connecting a switch timer or alarm system output to the auxiliary
input, the controller can be automatically switched from normal
mode (during office hours) to secure mode (after office hours).
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Auxiliary Mode 4
Auxiliary input function:
Toggles normal/secure modes
Auxiliary output activated by: direct shunt (explanation below)
E.g. In auxiliary mode 4, the controller is capable of bypassing an
alarm zone by shunting an alarm system’s door sensor. The
auxiliary output is to be wired in parallel to the door sensor output.
When in use, the auxiliary output is normally open and the door
sensor functions normally. When a valid code is entered, the
auxiliary relay shunts the door sensor for the duration of the shunt
time, as defined by the auxiliary setting. If the door is left open
longer than the shunt time, an alarm will be triggered.
Auxiliary Mode 5
Auxiliary input function:
Door Monitor
Auxiliary output activated by: Shunt (explanation below)
E.g. In auxiliary mode 5, the controller is capable of shunting an
alarm system. In this mode, the auxiliary input is to be wired to the
magnetic contact switch on the door. The auxiliary relay is wired
to the alarm system. Without a valid code entered, the auxiliary
relay will match the condition of the magnetic contact switch; if
the door opens, the auxiliary relay will open; if the door closes, the
auxiliary relay will close. When a valid code is entered, a count
down for maximum shunt time, as defined by the auxiliary setting,
begins; if the door is not closed before the maximum shunt time,
the alarm will be triggered.
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Auxiliary Mode 6
Auxiliary input function:
Door Monitor
Auxiliary output activated by: Forced entry
E.g. In auxiliary mode 6, the controller can trigger the auxiliary
relay if the door has been forced. If the Siren Settings is enabled
the siren will be activated.
In this mode, the auxiliary input functions as a door monitor switch
and is wired to the magnetic contact switch on the door. The
auxiliary relay is to be wired to the alarm system. If the door is
forced open, the controller will wait for the period of the forced
door delay time to elapse and then, it will activate the auxiliary
relay. The auxiliary setting sets the forced door delay period.
Auxiliary Mode 7
Auxiliary input function:
Door Monitor
Auxiliary output activated by: Door Ajar (door held open)
E.g. In auxiliary mode 7, the controller can trigger the auxiliary
relay, if it detects that the door has been held open (ajar) too
long. In this mode the auxiliary input functions as a door monitor
switch and is wired to the magnetic contact switch on the door.
The auxiliary relay is to be wired to the alarm system. If the door is
opened, the controller will wait for the door ajar delay time to
elapse and if the door does not close prior to the end of this
period, the controller will activate the auxiliary relay. The auxiliary
setting defines the door-ajar time.
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Auxiliary Mode 8
Auxiliary input function:
Green LED control
Auxiliary output activated by: Valid user code, Auxiliary code
E.g. In auxiliary mode 8, the controller can function as a two-door
controller and also provide indicator functionality control. The
auxiliary relay is connected to the lock on the second door. The
auxiliary setting defines the door open time for the second door.
The auxiliary input is used to control the Door indicator. If the
auxiliary input is open, the indicator will flash green; if the auxiliary
input is closed, the Door indicator will flash red.
Note:
This mode takes control of the Door indicator LED.
The indicator LED will not be lit when:
1.
A valid code is entered
2.
While in secure mode, when waiting for secondary code.
Auxiliary Mode 9
Auxiliary input function:
Red LED control
Auxiliary output activated by: Valid user code, Auxiliary code
E.g. In auxiliary mode 9, the controller can function as a two-door
controller and also provide indicator functionality control. The
auxiliary relay is connected to the lock on the second door. The
auxiliary setting defines the door open time for the second door.
The auxiliary input is used to control the indicator. If the auxiliary
input is open the Door indicator will flash red; if the auxiliary input is
closed the Door indicator will flash green.
Note:
This mode takes control of the Door indicator LED.
The indicator LED will not be lit when:
1.
A valid code is entered
2.
While in secure mode, when waiting for secondary code.
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Setting the Lockout Feature
In case the controller is presented with wrong codes,
consecutively several times the unit goes into lockout mode.
When a lockout occurs, the controller keypad and reader are
locked so no codes can be entered until the set lockout period
expires.
During Lockout, Mode LED is Off, Door LED flashes Red, and the
controller beeps every two seconds.
The default setting for the Lockout Feature is 4000 (Lockout
Disabled)
Note:
Using the lockout feature is highly recommended, especially
when selecting to use short PIN code length (4 or 5 digits).
1)
2)
3)
Enter the Programming
Mode.
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Green
6
Press 6 to enter Menu 6.
• The Mode LED will flash
Mode/Transmit
green
Green
Construct a code using the following
instructions:
Door/Program
Green
4
?
?
?
Set the number of wrong code
attempts, which will cause Lockout
between 0 and 9 attempts.
Sets the Duration of the lockout,
between 00 and 99, the value is
multiplied by ten, resulting in 0-990
seconds
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Enrolling Primary and Secondary Codes
Primary Codes
•
•
•
•
Primary Codes can only be enrolled to an empty User Slot,
i.e. a slot where there is no existing Primary Code.
Primary Codes must be unique, i.e. one user’s Primary
Code may not be the same as other users Primary Code.
Primary Codes cannot be the same as any system codes,
such as the Normal / Secure Code or Lock Strike Code.
Users who hold a Primary Code can gain entry only during
Normal mode.
Secondary Codes
•
•
•
•
Secondary Codes can only be enrolled to User Slot that
already has a Primary Code enrolled but no Secondary
Code.
Secondary Codes do not have to be unique, i.e. multiple
users can all hold the same Secondary Code.
Secondary Codes cannot be the same as any system
codes, such as the Normal / Secure Code or Lock Strike
Codes.
Users who hold Secondary Codes can gain entry in any
Mode of Operation.
Enrolling Primary and Secondary Codes
There are two methods to enroll Primary and Secondary codes,
the Standard Method and the Code Search Method.
•
The Standard Method is mainly used when the User Slot
number for the user you wish to program is known. You can
program both Primary and Secondary Codes using the
Standard method. (See Enrolling Primary and Secondary
Codes using the Standard Method on page 51.)
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•
The Code Search Method is mainly used when enrolling a
user’s Secondary Code and the User Slot Code is
unknown.
The Code Search method only works if a user’s Primary Code is
already enrolled but the Secondary Code is not. (See Enrolling
Secondary Codes using the Code Search Method on page 52.)
Enrolling Primary and Secondary Codes using the Standard Method
1)
2)
Enter the Programming
Mode.
Press 7 to enter Menu 7.
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Green
7
•
3)
4)
Door/Program
The Door LED will turn
Mode/Transmit
orange
Orange
Enter the 3-digit User Slot number
between 001and 500 that you wish to ? ? ?
enroll a Primary or Secondary code to. For example, User Slot
003 represents User #3.
• If the selected slot has no Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Primary Code, the Mode
Green Orange
LED will flash green,
indicating that the controller is ready to accept a Primary
Code.
• If the selected slot
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
already has a Primary
Red Orange
Code but no Secondary
Code, the Mode LED will flash red, indicating that the
controller is ready to accept a Secondary Code.
• If the selected slot
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
already has a Primary
Green
and Secondary Code, you will hear a long beep and the
controller will return to Normal Mode.
Enter the PIN Code you wish to
?
? ?
?
assign as the Primary or Secondary
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Code for this slot number.
If the code entered is valid the Mode LED will stop flashing and
then the controller is ready for you to enter the next 3-digit slot
number (refer to step 2) that you want to assign a code to, or
press the “#” key to move to the next slot number. If you do not
wish to continue enrolling codes, press the “#” key twice and the
controller will return to Normal mode.
Enrolling Secondary Codes using the Code Search Method
The Code Search feature enables you to quickly enroll a
Secondary Code to a user who already has a Primary Code.
1)
2)
Enter the Programming
Mode.
3)
Green
Press 7 to enter Menu 7.
•
The Door LED will turn
orange
7
The Door LED will flash
orange.
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Orange
Enter 000 as the 3-digit User Slot
number.
•
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
0
0
Mode/Transmit
0
Door/Program
Orange
The controller is now waiting for the Primary Code of the User to
whom you want to add a Secondary Code.
4)
Enter the Primary Code belonging to the user for whom you
wish to add a Secondary Code.
Mode/Transmit
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Door/Program
Orange
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•
The Mode LED will flash red.
If the Primary Code entered is not valid, you will hear a long beep
and the AYC-Qx4 will continue to wait for a valid Primary Code.
5)
Enter the Code to be used as the Secondary Code.
If the Secondary Code is valid, the controller will beep three times
and return to Normal Mode.
If the Secondary Code is invalid the controller will sound a long
beep, and the AYC-Qx4 will continue to wait for a valid
Secondary Code to be entered.
Deleting Primary and Secondary Codes
There are two methods to delete Primary and Secondary codes:
the Standard Method and the Code Search Method.
When deleting a User Slot, both the Primary Code and the
Secondary code are erased.
Deleting Primary and Secondary Codes using the Standard Method
1)
2)
Enter the Programming
Mode.
Press 8 to enter Menu 8.
•
•
3)
The Door LED will turn
orange
The Mode LED will turn red
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Green
8
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Red
Orange
Enter the 3-digit User Slot code you
? ? ?
wish to delete.
• The Mode LED will flash
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
red Indicating the
Red Orange
controller is waiting for
the Programming Code to confirm the deletion.
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4)
If the User Slot is empty, you will hear a long beep and the
AYC-Qx4 will return to Normal Mode.
Enter your programming code to
? ? ? ?
confirm the deletion.
If the programming code is valid, three beeps will be heard
and the controller will return to its normal mode.
If the programming code is invalid, a long beep will be heard
and the controller will return to its normal mode.
Note:
•
It is recommended that a record be kept of added and
deleted users so that it will be easier to keep track of
which user slots are empty and which user slots are not.
Deleting Primary and Secondary Codes using the Code Search
Method
1)
2)
Enter the Programming
Mode.
Press 8 to enter Menu 8.
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Green
8
•
The Door LED will turn
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
orange
Red Orange
• The Mode LED will turn
red
3)
Enter 000 as the 3-digit User Slot
0 0 0
number.
• The Mode LED will turn
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
red.
Red Orange
• The Door LED will flash
orange.
The controller is now waiting for the Primary Code of the User you
want to delete.
4)
Enter the 4-8 digit PIN Code of the
Primary Code belonging to the
user you want to delete.
? ?
?
Mode/Transmit
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?
Door/Program
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•
•
The Mode LED will flash red
The Door LED will flash
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
orange
Green
5)
Enter your Programming
Code to confirm the deletion.
If the Programming Code is valid, you will hear three beeps and
the unit will return to Normal Mode.
If the Programming Code is invalid, you will hear a long beep and
the unit will return to Normal Mode.
Note:
•
It is recommended that a record be kept of added
and deleted users so that it will be easier to keep track
of which user slots are empty and which user slots are
not.
Relay Codes Assignment
When a primary code is enrolled for any user, the user is
authorized to activate the Lock Strike relay. However, different
user codes may be set to operate the auxiliary relay instead or
operate both the Lock strike and auxiliary relay. Assignment of
such codes is achievable for any valid user code entered in the
controller.
There are two methods to assign relay codes to users: a standard
method and a search method.
Relay Code Assignment using Standard Method
1)
Enter the programming mode.
2)
Depress 9 to enter Menu 9.
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•
The Mode LED will turn
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
green.
Green Orange
• The Door LED will turn
orange.
3)
Enter the 3-digit user slot for code
? ? ?
assignment.
• The Mode LED will flash green.
4)
Enter the assignment digit for the current user slot:
• 1 will activate the Lock Strike relay only deafult
• 2 will activate the Auxiliary relay only
• 3 will activate the Lock Strike and Auxiliary relays.
If the assignment code is valid,
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
the Mode indicator will stop
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Green Orange
flashing.
Green Orange
The controller is now waiting for another slot number. Depress the
# key to move to the next slot or enter a new slot number. If you
do not wish to continue, depress the # key twice and the
controller will return to its normal mode.
Relay Code Assignment using Search Method
1)
2)
3)
Enter the programming
mode.
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Green
9
Depress 9 to enter Menu 9.
• The Mode LED will turn green.
Mode/Transmit
• The Door LED will turn
Green
orange.
Enter 000 for user slot access.
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Orange
0
0
0
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•
The Door LED will flash
orange.
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Green Orange
The controller is now waiting for the primary code of the user.
4)
5)
Enter the primary code
belonging to the user.
•
The Mode LED will flash
green.
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Green Orange
Enter the assignment digit for the current user slot:
• 1 will activate the Lock Strike relay only deafult
• 2 will activate the Auxiliary relay only
• 3 will activate the Lock Strike and Auxiliary relays.
If the assignment digit is valid, three beeps will be heard and the
controller will return to its normal mode.
If the assignment digit is invalid, a long beep will sound and the
controller will wait for another assignment digit to be entered.
Pin Code Length / Factory Default Settings
Warning:
•
1)
2)
You must be very careful before using this command!
Changing the pin code length will also erase the entire
memory contents, including all user and special codes,
and return all codes to their factory-default settings
Enter the Programming
Door/Program
Mode/Transmit
Mode.
Green
Select the desired pin code length as follows:
00 – Returns to factory defaults and sets a 4 digit code.
05 - Returns to factory defaults and sets a 5 digit code.
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06 - Returns to factory defaults and sets a 6 digit code.
08 - Returns to factory defaults and sets a 4-8 digit code.
Note:
When choosing the 4-8 option, please note that you should
either enter zeros before the code, or press pound at the end
(for example if your code is 12345, enter either 00012345 or
12345#).
•
3)
Both the Mode and
Mode/Transmit
Door/Program
Door LEDs will flash red.
Red Red
Enter your 4-8 digits Programming
? ? ? ?
Code.
• If the Programming Code is valid, all memory will be
erased. You will hear three beeps and the controller will
return to Normal Mode.
• If the Programming Code is invalid you will hear a long
beep and the controller will return to Normal Mode
without erasing the memory contents.
Replacing a Lost Programming Code
Note:
•
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
The AYC-Qx4 must be in Normal mode, otherwise this will not
work. Make sure that the Mode LED is green before
proceeding.
Remove power from the Power Supply Unit.
Press the REX Button on the Power Supply Unit.
Apply power to the unit with REX button pressed.
Release the REX Button.
You now have 15 seconds to program a new Programming
code into the Access Control unit using the default code
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based on the PIN code length you chose (see Programming
Menu on page 35), before the controller reverts to the
existing code.
Replacing a Lost Normal / Secure Code
Note:
•
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
The AYC-Qx4 must be in Secure Mode, otherwise this will not
work. Make sure that the Mode LED is red before
proceeding.
Remove power from the Power Supply Unit.
Press the REX Button on the Power Supply Unit.
Apply power to the unit with the REX button pressed.
Release the REX Button.
You now have 15 seconds to program a new Normal /
Secure code into the Access Control unit using the default
code based on the PIN code length you chose (see
Programming Menu on page 35), before the controller
reverts to the existing code.
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