28sa plus MANUAL 5349-A - National Gateworks, Inc.

ENTRACOMP® 28SA Plus
User/Installation Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................
CARD ID NUMBERS AND FACILITY CODES .......
SETTING THE SYSTEM (FACILITY) CODE ..........
ORDERING ADDITIONAL CARDS ........................
USING SK-NET™ SOFTWARE .............................
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PROGRAMMING THE ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus ...............
PROGRAMMING WITH A TERMINAL PROGRAM ...
BAUD RATE ...........................................
LOGGING ON AND OFF .......................
PROGRAMMING WITH PROGRAM CARDS ........
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CONFIGURING THE ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus ..................
LIMITED USE CARDS ...........................................
DEFINING INPUTS ................................................
TAMPER .................................................
ARMING CIRCUIT .................................
DOOR MONITOR ..................................
BELL ......................................................
REMOTE INACTIVE ..............................
REMOTE OPEN ....................................
USER DEFINED ....................................
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ACCESS CARD PROGRAMMING/STATUS .......................... 13
PROGRAMMING ACCESS CARD
INTO TIME ZONES ............................................... 13
USING THE MENU SYSTEM ................ 13
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USING A PROGRAMMING DECK ...... 13
Programming a Single Card ............. 13
Programming a Block of Cards ........ 14
Voiding Cards ................................... 15
PROGRAMMING CARDS FOR LIMITED USE ...... 15
LIMITED NUMBER OF USES ................ 15
LIMITED NUMBER OF DAYS ................ 15
LIMITED NUMBER OF WEEKS ............ 16
LIMITED NUMBER OF DAYS FROM
FIRST USE ...................................... 16
COUNT NUMBER OF USES ................. 16
NO LIMITED USE .................................. 16
CARD STATUS ....................................................... 16
ANTIPASSBACK FORGIVE ................................... 17
FORGIVE USING MENU ....................... 17
FORGIVE USING PROGRAM DECK .... 18
ANTIPASSBACK DISABLE/ENABLE ..................... 18
DOOR CONTROL ..................................................................
REMOTE OPEN VIA THE MENU ...........................
DOOR UNLOCK MODE .........................................
DOOR UNLOCK VIA THE MENU ..........
DOOR UNLOCK USING THE
PROGRAMMING DECK ..................
DOOR UNLOCK UNTIL A SET TIME ....................
INACTIVE MODE ...................................................
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SYSTEM SETTINGS .............................................................. 22
DATE AND TIME ..................................................... 22
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SETTING DATE AND TIME USING
THE MENU ...................................... 22
SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
USING CARDS ............................... 22
LATCH TIMER ........................................................ 24
SETTING THE LATCH TIMER
VIA THE MENU ................................ 24
SETTING THE LATCH TIMER
USING CARDS ................................ 24
ANTIPASSBACK ..................................................... 24
REAL ANTIPASSBACK .......................... 25
TIMED ANTIPASSBACK ........................ 25
CONFIGURING REALANTIPASSBACK ....... 26
CONFIGURING TIMED ANTIPASSBACK .. 26
SETTING ANTIPASSBACK WAITING TIME
USING A MENU ............................... 27
SETTING ANTIPASSBACK WAITING TIME
USING CARDS ................................ 27
PASSWORD PROTECTION ................................... 28
CHANGING THE PASSWORD .............. 28
RESETTING THE PASSWORD ............. 28
BAUD RATE ............................................................ 29
SETTING THE BAUD RATE
VIA THE MENU ................................ 29
SETTING THE BAUD RATE
USING CARDS ................................ 29
READER ID ............................................................ 30
MODEM STRING ................................................... 30
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TIME ZONES ......................................................................... 31
THE WEEKLY SCHEDULE .................................... 31
SETTING THE WEEKLY SCHEDULE .... 31
BEGINNING AND ENDING DATES ....... 32
ANTIPASSBACK CONTROL .................. 32
DOOR UNLOCK TIME ZONE ................................ 33
DEFINE HOLIDAYS ................................................ 34
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME .................................... 35
TRANSACTIONS ................................................................... 36
DISPLAY STORED TRANSACTIONS .................... 36
DISPLAY TRANSACTIONS AS THEY OCCUR ..... 36
DISPLAY TRANSACTION BUFFER STATUS ......... 36
CLEAR TRANSACTION BUFFER .......................... 37
UTILITIES ............................................................................... 38
SELF TEST ............................................................. 38
UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD ........................................... 38
BACKUP ................................................. 38
RESTORE .............................................. 39
USING A PRINTER WITH THE ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus ..... 40
COMMAND MODE ................................................................. 41
INSTALLATION ......................................................................
GENERAL WIRING INSTRUCTIONS ....................
PASSAGEWAY CONTROL .....................................
COMMUNICATIONS WIRING ................................
MODEM COMMUNICATIONS ...............................
RJ-11 JACK CONNECTION ..................
TERMINAL BOARD CONNECTION ......
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SERIAL PRINTER CONNECTION ...... 47
TERMINAL/PC CONNECTION .............. 47
SK-SS SMART SWITCH ........................ 47
REMOTE READER CONNECTION ....... 47
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ........................... 51
SURFACE MOUNT TO SINGLE GANG
ELECTRICAL BOX .......................... 51
SURFACE MOUNT WITHOUT
ELECTRICAL BOX .......................... 51
SURFACE MOUNT TO POST ................ 52
SURFACE MOUNT TO FLANGE ........... 53
FLUSH MOUNT TO EXISTING 5S BOX ... 56
FLUSH MOUNT WITH 5S BOX ............. 57
FLUSH MOUNT WITHOUT 5S BOX ...... 57
METAL SURFACE HOUSING TO
SINGLE GANG ELECTRICAL BOX .... 61
METAL SURFACE HOUSING WITHOUT
ELECTRICAL BOX .......................... 61
METAL SURFACE HOUSING WITH
POST ADAPTER ............................. 62
METAL SURFACE HOUSING WITH
FLANGE ADAPTER ......................... 63
FACTORY SETTINGS ............................................................ 66
APPENDIX A - WIRING & SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ...... A-1
APPENDIX B - USING 28SA-PLUS WITHOUT A PC ONLINE ... B-1
APPENDIX C - SPECIFICATIONS ........................................ C-1
APPENDIX D - MENU TREE ................................................. D-1
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INTRODUCTION
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The ENTRACOMP 28SA-Plus is a stand alone card access control system
that will control access to a passageway for 65,000 individuals in 15 weekly
time schedules (Time Zones). Certain Access Cards may be designated as
“Limited Use” cards, and their use may be restricted to allow access for a
given number of days or weeks or for a given number of times.
Programming of cards and most other programming functions are easily
accomplished from outside the unit, using a PD-26 Programming Deck. (A set
of 15 programming cards). The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus may also be
programmed with a terminal or PC. Transaction information is stored by the
unit and may be downloaded to a terminal, PC, or serial printer. 5000
transactions may be stored at one time.
The ENTRACOMP ® 28SA-Plus has three inputs. Each input may be
programmed by the user to function as a Door Monitor, Tamper Monitor, Remote
Open, Remote Inactive, Bell, Arming Circuit, or User Defined Input. Factory
Defaults for these inputs are 1 - Door Monitor, 2 - Remote Open (REX), and 3
- Remote Inactive.
A second “remote” reader (SK-029W) may be added to the ENTRACOMP®
28SA-Plus to control access through a single passageway in both directions.
The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus utilizes state of the art electronics in providing
a product that is highly sophisticated, yet inexpensive. Patented slotless TOUCH
CARD® reader technology protects the unit from weather and vandalism. Simply
place the card on the stainless steel TOUCH CARD® reader plate, and the
card is read instantly and accurately -- in any weather. A green light indicates
that access has been granted. Since the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus has
non-volatile memory, reprogramming after a power loss is unnecessary.
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CARD ID NUMBERS AND FACILITY CODES
Access cards used with the 28SA-Plus have two encoded numbers: the ID
number which is different on each card, and the Facility Code, (also called a
system or site code) which is the same for all cards at a given site. ( The
programming cards should also have the same Facility Code.) When a card is
read, the system first verifies the Facility Code, then it checks the ID Number
against its internal “card list” in memory to see if the card is void or valid. It
also checks the Time Zone, the card’s Antipassback status, and the Limited
Use count.
SETTING THE FACILITY (SYSTEM) CODE
IMPORTANT
Before programming or using a new unit,
the correct Facility Code must be set.
When power is first applied, or when the reset button is pushed (see Figure 1)
the LED will flash red and green alternately. While the LED is flashing, place
either a Programming Card or an Access Card with the proper facility code
onto the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it (note LED turns solid
green). The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus will “remember” the facility code and
retain it until reprogrammed. After setting the facility code, wait for the LED to
stop flashing before attempting to use the program deck to program cards into
the unit.
When placing standard cards on the reader, make sure that the arrow points
up and the logo faces you. The exception is Photo ID cards, where the
arrow points up, and the photo faces you.
To change a facility code (or to set the facility code if the LED is not flashing
red/green) remove the unit from the wall to gain access to the reset button
(see Figure 1). With power still connected, momentarily depress the reset
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button. The LED indicator will flash red and green alternately. If the reset button
is pushed, but no card is placed on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate before
the LED indicator times out, the system code will be unchanged. In some
cases it may be necessary for the unit to recognize more than one facility
code. Typical instances are when a service technician needs to program a
unit and the original program deck cannot be located, or when other devices
such as bar-code scanners, transmitter-type gate openers or proximity readers
are connected to the remote reader input (particularly if they are 26-bit devices).
The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus can be set to recognize up to three different
facility codes. To program multiple facility codes, follow the procedure above
for programming a single facility code, but place a card with the second facility
code (and third facility code if necessary) on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate
(or at the remote input device) before the red/green LED indicator times out.
Note that it is not generally recommended to combine sets of Secura
Key cards with different facility codes, because the unit cannot
distinguish between access cards having different facility codes and
the same ID number.
ORDERING ADDITIONAL CARDS FOR YOUR SYSTEM
When you wish to add to an existing set of cards, always order additional
cards with the same facility code as your existing cards, and with sequential
(Card ID) numbering starting one number higher than the highest-numbered
card currently in use. It is worth waiting a short time for these cards to be
correctly encoded by the factory, as this will guarantee proper operation and
the highest security for your system.
USING SK-NET™ SOFTWARE
SK-NET™ is a powerful Windows® (95/98/NT4.0) compatible software
application program designed to monitor and control a network of up to 200
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ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus Units per location. SK-NET is the software of
choice when communicating or programming ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus
Units either as stand alones or complete systems. If you do not use SK-NET™
software, you may use a terminal or terminal software to program the individual
units (see below, “Using a Terminal Program”). You may also use a program
deck for limited programming functions of the individual units.
If you are already familiar with other access control programs, you will find that
SK-NET™ is different than what you are used to. The user interface follows
Microsoft Windows® conventions, rather than a traditional menu structure. SKNET™ Explorer works similarly to the Windows® Explorer. As in other Windows®
applications, right-click menus are used extensively.
The basic version of SK-NET™ allows a single reader network connected to
the PC; the Multiple Location Dial-up version (SK-NET™-MLD) allows modem
communications and unlimited remote locations. See the SK-NET user manual
for detailed instructions.
FIGURE 1
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PROGRAMMING THE ENTRACOMP® 28SA-PLUS
PROGRAMMING ENTRACOMP® 28SA-PLUS USING A
TERMINAL PROGRAM
Programming the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus with a personal computer or
terminal is easy because all programming functions are accomplished using
simple to understand menus. Just choose what you want to do from the menu,
and you will then either be given a sub-menu to further describe the required
function, or you will be asked to enter information necessary to carry out the
programming function you desire.
Secura Key’s SA-NET™ Software was developed to program one or more 28SAPlus’s, to upload transactions to a PC, and to produce event reports. SA-LINKTM
software is also available for basic programming and transaction viewing.
If you use a personal computer, and it does not have a built-in terminal or
communications program, use one of the many available commercial programs,
such as Procomm or a Windows terminal program. Your computer or terminal
(or serial printer) should be set as follows:
Baud
9600 (or higher)
Start bit
1
Data bits
8
Stop bit
1
Parity
None
Emulation ANSI (or compatible)
BAUD RATE . The Baud Rate of the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus defaults to
9600, but may be changed via the menu system using a PC or terminal. Baud
Rates up to 38,400 are possible, although not all PC COM ports are capable
of high data rates. Once changed, the new Baud Rate will become effective
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the next time you log onto the system or connect a printer. The Baud Rate may
also be set using a Programming Deck (see page 29). Note that if you are
using Secura Key software or any other terminal software, the Baud Rate at
the reader must match the Baud Rate at the PC.
LOGGING ON AND OFF. To prevent unauthorized programming of the
ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus when using a PC or terminal, it is necessary to
enter a password at the beginning of every programming session. When
communications are first established with the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus,
the screen will say:
WELCOME TO ENTRACOMP® 28SA-PLUS
ENTER PASSWORD:
The default password is “12345”. When you begin your first programming
session, enter “12345” and press the “ENTER” key when the password is
requested. The main menu will then be displayed.
During this first programming session, use the “Password” menu selection
of the System Settings Menu to set a password of your choice. You may
change your password at any time using the “Password” selection of the
menu. It is not necessary to set or use a password when programming your
unit with the Program Deck.
Note that when using Secura Key’s SK-NET TM software, it is recommended
that when you change the password you do so from the location properties
while connected to the 28SA-Plus. A separate manual is included with the
SK-NETTM software.
If you should forget your password, you must turn off the power to the unit.
Then, while holding in the reset button (see Figure 1), turn the power back on.
This will reset the password to “12345.” This same procedure also re-calibrates
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the sensors in the reader, so be sure there is no magnetism near the reader
(i.e., a card) when the password is being reset. Wait for the red/green
flashing LED to time out (stop blinking) before putting cards on the TOUCH
CARD® reader plate. This procedure should be done with the unit at average
operating temperatures; not in extreme heat or cold.
When the reader is connected to a PC or data terminal, the reader will
automatically logoff after four minutes with no keyboard activity. You will then
be required to enter the password again to access the system. Automatic
logoff occurs while in any menu or sub-menu except when displaying current
transactions. It is advisable to exit the system when you are finished by using
the “Logoff” selection of the main menu.
PROGRAMMING WITH PROGRAM CARDS
There are two kinds of cards used with the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus: Access
Cards and Program Cards. Access Cards are used by individuals to gain
access to the passageway. Program Cards are used to tell the ENTRACOMP®
28SA-Plus what to do.
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The Program Cards are as follows:
“0”
“1”
“2”
“3”
“4”
“5”
“6”
“7”
“8”
“9”
“ ”
“VALID”
“VOID”
“SET TIMER”
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“ACTIVE/INACTIVE”
ZERO
ONE
TWO
THREE
FOUR
FIVE
SIX
SEVEN
EIGHT
NINE
THRU
VALIDATE
VOID OR CANCEL
SET LATCH, ANTIPASSBACK TIMER,
TIME/DATE
ACTIVATE OR INACTIVATE SYSTEM
Most basic functions of the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus may be programmed
by placing the Program Cards on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate in a proper
sequence.
However, some things (such as configuring the inputs, configuring Time Zones,
Holidays, Limited Use, antipassback or setting the password) may only be
programmed using a personal computer or terminal.
As with Access Cards, Program Cards are magnetically encoded with a
common facility code and instruction information. The facility code of your
Program Cards is normally the same as the facility code of your Access Cards.
Your unique facility code is what prevents Program Cards from other systems
from programming your system.
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There are 15 different Program Cards. There are ten number cards (0 through
9) and five function cards. These 15 Program Cards are attached to each
other in a convenient Program Deck configuration (PD-26).
It is helpful to think of placing a Program Card on the TOUCH CARD® reader
plate as depressing a key on a keyboard or key pad. You may begin
programming at any time by placing the first Program Card of the sequence on
the TOUCH CARD® reader plate. At this point the LED indicator will show an
amber color. When you remove the Program Card from the TOUCH CARD®
reader plate, the LED indicator will flash the amber color awaiting the next
Program Card. Placement of the next Program Card on the TOUCH CARD®
reader plate causes the amber LED to stop flashing and become solid.
In like manner, the remainder of the Program Cards for the programming
sequence are placed on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate. At the end of the
programming sequence, the LED indicator will flash green to indicate that the
programming instruction has been accepted.
While programming, it is necessary to place the next card of the sequence on
the TOUCH CARD® reader plate while the LED indicator is flashing amber
(you have approximately 10 seconds between each card). If the amber LED
times out (stops blinking) it will be necessary to restart the programming
sequence. Should an error be made in the programming sequence, the LED
indicator will flash red instead of green.
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CONFIGURING THE ENTRACOMP® 28SA-PLUS
The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus defaults to the maximum configurations of
cards, transactions, and Time Zones. Only the Limited Use card range and
Input Point definitions require configuration, which can only be done using a
PC or terminal.
LIMITED USE CARDS
The maximum number of cards that may be used as limited use cards is 4000.
The default setting always starts at card number one and ends at 4000.
However, it is possible to choose the exact block of cards that you wish to
have operate as limited use cards. To change the block of cards that may be
set for limited use, choose 5 (System Configuration) on the Main Menu. Then
select item 4 (Limited Use Cards) on the Configuration Menu. Enter the first
number of the desired block of cards. The starting sequential number for
limited use cards can be set to any value (1 - 65000). The ending number will
automatically be the Starting Number + 4000 (65000 maximum), but it may be
changed. For more information on how limited use cards function, see page 15.)
DEFINING INPUTS
The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus has three inputs. In the default configuration,
the inputs are set as follows: 1) Door Monitor, 2) Remote Open, and 3) Remote
Inactive. Using the menu system these inputs may each be programmed to
function in one of seven ways (described below). If the input feature is not
needed, use the System Configuration menu to set each input to Disabled.
TAMPER . When the input is activated, a “Tamper” message is recorded, and
the unit becomes inactive until the input is deactivated. If the unit is connected
to a printer, the message is also sent immediately.
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ARMING CIRCUIT . This configuration is normally used in parking lot
situations. The input would normally be connected to an output of a vehicle
detector. The unit will not allow access without the detector sensing the
presence of a vehicle. If an entry attempt is made while the input is not
activated, entry will be denied and an “Arming Input” error message will
be recorded. If the unit is connected to a printer, the message is also
sent immediately. (Jumper if unused).
DOOR MONITOR . If the door is open, other than during a valid entry, a
“Door Open” message is recorded. If the unit is connected to a printer, the
message is also sent immediately. If, during a valid entry, the Door Monitor
senses that the door has been opened and closed prior to expiration of the
latch timer, the latch relay will immediately be reset; this feature is
sometimes called “anti-tailgate.”
BELL . When activated, the unit sends an ASCII “bell” signal to the PC (if
monitoring real-time transactions) or Serial Printer (if connected). This
will cause a PC and some serial printers to “beep.”
REMOTE INACTIVE . The unit may be made inactive remotely using a
switch. While inactive the LED blinks Red slowly, and no cards will be
granted access. An appropriate message will be recorded and will be
sent to the PC (if monitoring real-time transactions) or Printer (if
connected).
REMOTE OPEN . (Also called Request to Exit). The passageway may
be opened remotely using a push button, switch or contact output from
an Exit PIR designed for access-controlled doors. Remote Open functions
even when the unit is in an inactive mode. An appropriate message will
be recorded and will be sent to the PC (if monitoring real-time
transactions) or Printer (if connected).
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USER DEFINED . This selection allows the user to define the action taken
when the input is activated. The user may create the transaction text
message to be recorded and decide if the ENTRACOMP ® 28SA-Plus is
to grant access and if the Bell signal is to be sent.
To change the definition of an input, choose 5 (System Configuration) from the
Main Menu. Then, from the System Configuration Menu, choose 1, 2, or 3
depending whether input 1, 2, or 3 is to be redefined. Then select the desired
input function from the Input Definition Menu.
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ACCESS CARD PROGRAMMING/STATUS
PROGRAMMING ACCESS CARDS INTO TIME ZONES
Access Cards are programmed into one of 15 Time Zones. The particular
Time Zone into which an Access Card is programmed determines if and when
a cardholder will be granted access. Programming an Access Card into
Time Zone “0” makes the card void (it never is allowed access).
Programming an Access Card into Time Zone “1” makes a card valid for entry
without restriction as long as the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus is in an active
mode. Programming an Access Card into any other Time Zone restricts the
card’s usage, depending upon how the Time Zone is set (see page 31 for
setting Time Zones).
USING THE MENU SYSTEM. To program cards using the menu system, select
item 2 (Cards) from the main menu. Then select 1 (Program Cards Into a Time
Zone) from the Card menu. Then in the Program Cards dialog box, enter the
Time Zone into which the cards are to be programmed, the starting number of
the block of cards to be programmed, and the ending number of the block of
cards to be programmed. To program one card only, use its number as the
starting and ending number.
USING A PROGRAMMING DECK. Programming a single card is slightly different
than programming a block of cards when using the Programming Deck.
PROGRAMMING A SINGLE CARD. To program a single card into a Time
Zone, place the sequence of Program Cards representing the card number on
the TOUCH CARD® reader plate. Then place the “ ” (THRU) card on the TOUCH
CARD® reader plate, remove it. Then place the sequence of cards representing
the Time Zone on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the
“ ” (THRU) card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate. Then place the “VALID”
card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it.
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*
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Example: Program card number 11 into Time Zone 12.
Place the “1” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and again
place the “1” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the
“ ” (THRU) card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate. Remove it and place the
“1” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the “2” card
on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the “ ” (THRU) card
on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate. Then place the “VALID” card on the TOUCH
CARD® reader plate, and remove it.
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*
1
+
1
+
*
+
1
+
2
+
*
+
VALID
PROGRAMMING A BLOCK OF CARDS . To program a block (continuous
sequence) of cards into a particular Time Zone, place the sequence of cards
representing the first card number of the block on the TOUCH CARD® reader
plate, then the “ ” (THRU) card, then the sequence of cards representing the
last card number of the block, then the “ ” (THRU) card. Then place the
sequence of cards representing the Time Zone on the TOUCH CARD® reader
plate, remove it and place the “ ” (THRU) card on the TOUCH CARD® reader
plate. Then place the “VALID” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate.
*
*
*
Example: Program cards 5 thru 22 into Time Zone 6.
Place the “5” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the
“ ” (THRU) card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the “2”
card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and again place the “2” card
on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the “ ” (THRU) card on
the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the “6” card on the TOUCH
CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the “ ” (THRU) card on the TOUCH
CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the “VALID” card on the TOUCH CARD®
reader plate, and remove it.
*
*
*
5
+
*
+
2
+
2
+
*
14
+
6
+
*
+
VALID
VOIDING CARDS . To void (cancel) Cards, program them into Time Zone “0,”
or, using the Program Deck, enter the card number or number range and then
use the VOID card.
PROGRAMMING CARDS FOR LIMITED USE
Only those Access Cards that have been designated as Limited Use Cards
may be programmed for limited use (see page 10). Access Cards in Time
Zones “0” or “1” may not be programmed for limited use. Changing the Time
Zone of an Access Card will have no effect on its limited use status except that
an Access Card programmed into Time Zones “0” or “1” will be deleted from
limited use.
Limited use restrictions may be set for either limited number of uses, limited
number of days from “now”, limited number of weeks from “now”, limited number
of days from first use, use counter, or no limited use restrictions. Any Access
Card within the block of cards configured for limited use may be set to have
one of these limited use functions, each with its own number of days, or uses
as described below.
LIMITED NUMBER OF USES. Number of uses may be set to from 1 to 500.
Each time access is granted, the number of uses is reduced by one until there
are no uses left. At this point, further access will be denied until more uses are
programmed. Access Cards are still subject to Time Zone restrictions.
LIMITED NUMBER OF DAYS. The number of days that the Access Card will
be granted access (up to 500) may be set when this limited uses option is
selected. Each day the number of days counter will be reduced by one until no
days are left. At this point the Access Card will be denied further access until
more days are programmed. Time Zone restrictions must also be met for
access to be granted.
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LIMITED NUMBER OF WEEKS. The number of weeks that the Access Card
will be granted access (up to 500) may be set when this limited uses option is
selected. Each week the number of weeks counter will be reduced by one
until no weeks are left. At this point the Access Card will be denied further
access until more weeks are programmed. Time Zone restrictions must also
be met for access to be granted.
LIMITED NUMBER OF DAYS FROM FIRST USE. This Limited Use option is
similar to the limited number of days selection, except that the number of days
of access (up to 500) is counted from the day the Access Card is first granted
access.
COUNT NUMBER OF USES. This selection does not actually restrict access
but counts how many time access has been granted. Therefore, no number of
days or uses are entered. Selecting this choice for a card merely resets the
counter to 0. Each time access is granted, the counter is incremented by one.
The number of access granted may be viewed using the Status Menu. The
counter can only count to 500. If more than 500 accesses have been granted
since the counter was last reset, the status report will indicate “>500”.
NO LIMITED USE. This option is used to remove any of the above limited
use settings.
To program Access Cards for Limited Use, choose 2 (Cards) from the Main
Menu. Then select 2 (Program Limited Use Cards) followed by the Limited
Use selection from the Limited Use Menu and enter the required number and
the first and last card numbers for the range of cards to be programmed.
CARD STATUS
Reports on the status of Access Cards may be obtained by choosing 2 (Cards)
from the Main Menu and then selecting 3 (Display Card Status) from the Cards
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Menu. Card status is always displayed in numerical order of the block specified.
If a particular Time Zone is selected, only those cards of the selected block
that are in the Time Zone will be displayed. If “ALL” is chosen for the Card Time
Zone entry, all cards of the selected block will be displayed.
If a particular Time Zone is chosen, the number of the card, the limited use
status (i.e., None, Days, Weeks, Uses, or Times), and the remaining uses,
days, weeks, or the times access has been granted will be displayed. If “ALL”
is selected, the same information as above plus the Time Zone of each card
will be displayed.
ANTIPASSBACK FORGIVE
This selection allows you to specify all cards or a range of cards to be
immediately set to a Neutral status for Real Antipassback. This allows access
to any card previously denied access due to a Real Antipassback violation
(e.g. attempting a second badging at an IN reader). This only affects cards
programmed into Time Zones with Real Antipassback enabled. The range
may be set to apply to one card or all cards. Once forgiven, a card’s Real
Antipassback status (IN or OUT) will be determined by the next Real
Antipassback reader in which the card is used. For more information on
Antipassback, see page 24.
FORGIVE ANTIPASSBACK USING THE MENU SYSTEM
Choose 2 (Cards) from the Main Menu, then choose 4 (Antipassback Forgive)
from the Cards Menu. You may then specify All or Range. If you select Range,
you must enter beginning and ending card numbers for the range and enter Y
(Yes) to the confirmation prompt.
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FORGIVE ANTIPASSBACK USING THE PROGRAMMING DECK
To forgive antipassback for all cards using the programming deck, place the
card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate followed by the SET TIMER card.
You cannot forgive a range of cards using the program deck.
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ANTIPASSBACK DISABLE/ENABLE
Occasionally, due to a gate or door at an IN or OUT reader being
temporarily inoperative, cardholders’ antipassback status may become
out of sync, necessitating the disabling of antipassback at the reader.
Although this can be done with the SA-NET TM software by disabling APB
in all applicable Time Zones, it may be simpler to make a temporary
change using the program deck.
To disable antipassback at a reader using the program deck, place the VOID
card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate followed by the SET TIMER card.
This will allow access to any otherwise valid card regardless of that card’s
current IN/OUT Antipassback status.
To re-enable antipassback at a reader using the program deck, place the VALID
card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate followed by the SET TIMER card.
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DOOR CONTROL
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The ENTRACOMP 28SA-Plus provides complete control of the passageway
via the menu system. Some door control functions may also be performed
using the Programming Deck.
REMOTE OPEN VIA THE MENU
To open the door using the menu system, choose 3 (Door Control) from
the Main Menu and then 1 (Open Door Now) from the Door Menu. You
will be asked if you are sure. If you answer yes, the door will be opened
for the same latch time period as when a card is used to open the door.
An appropriate message will be recorded and sent to the PC (if monitoring
real-time transactions) or Printer (if connected). See page 11 for Remote
Open Using Inputs.
DOOR UNLOCK MODE
The relay may be set to stay latched (door unlocked) during periods when
access control is unwanted. While in the “DOOR UNLOCK” mode, the relay
stays activated, and the LED indicator will flash green approximately once
every second. The unit may not be programmed with the programming deck,
nor will it recognize Access Cards while in the “DOOR UNLOCK” mode.
DOOR UNLOCK VIA THE MENU . To activate the Door Unlock mode, choose
3 (Door Control) from the Main Menu. Then choose 2 (Unlock Door Indefinitely)
from the Door Menu. An appropriate message will be recorded and will be
sent to the PC (if monitoring real-time transactions) or Printer (if connected).
To deactivate the Door Unlock Mode, choose 5 (Return To Normal Mode) from
the Door Menu or place the “ACTIVE/INACTIVE” card of the Programming
Deck on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it
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DOOR UNLOCK USING THE PROGRAMMING DECK. To set the unit to the
DOOR UNLOCK Mode, place the “ ” (THRU) card on the TOUCH CARD®
reader plate, remove it and place the “ACTIVE/INACTIVE” card on the TOUCH
CARD® reader plate and remove it.
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To return the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus to normal operation, place the
“ACTIVE/INACTIVE” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it
or choose 5 (Return To Normal Mode) from the Door Menu.
DOOR UNLOCK UNTIL A SET TIME
Using the Menu System, the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus may be put into the
door unlock mode until a user selected date and time. Choose 3 (Door Control)
from the Main Menu. Then choose 3 (Door Unlock Until A Set Time). From the
dialog box enter the date and time that the Door Unlock mode is to expire. An
appropriate message will be recorded and sent to the PC (if monitoring realtime transactions) or Printer (if connected).
You may cancel the door unlock mode at any time choosing 5 (Return To
Normal Mode) from the Door Menu or placing the “ACTIVE/INACTIVE” card
of the Programming Deck on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and removing it.
INACTIVE MODE
The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus may be made inactive for entry with a card by
placing the “ACTIVE/INACTIVE” card of the Programming Deck on the TOUCH
CARD® reader plate and then removing it. You may also choose 3 (Door
Control) from the Main Menu and then 4 (Make Reader Inactive Indefinitely)
from the Door Menu. An appropriate message will be recorded and sent to the
PC (if monitoring real-time transactions) or Printer (if connected).
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While the reader is in the Inactive Mode, the LED indicator will flash red
approximately once every second. The unit may not be programmed with the
Programming Deck while it is in the Inactive Mode. To reactivate the reader,
again place the “ACTIVE/INACTIVE” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate
and remove it or choose 5 (Return To Normal Mode) from the Door Menu. See
page 11 for Inactive Using Inputs.
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
DATE AND TIME
The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus stores 5000 transactions. In order to know
when a transaction has occurred, it is necessary to set the internal clock to
the correct date and time. Time is kept in a 24 hour (military) manner. Even if
you do not intend to use transaction information, it is necessary to set the date
and time for proper operation of Time Zones. Once set, the Automatic Daylight
Savings Time Adjustment feature will automatically change the time to activate
and de-activate Daylight Savings Time (See page 35).
Note that the 28SA-Plus and the various Secura Key software programs are
all “Year 2000 Compliant.”
SETTING DATE AND TIME USING THE MENU . To set the date and time
choose 4 (System Settings) from the Main Menu. Then select 1 (Date) from
the System Settings Menu to set the date followed by 2 (Time) from the System
Settings Menu to set the time.
SETTING THE DATE AND TIME USING CARDS . To set the date, place the
cards on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate that represent the month (1 - 12),
then place the “ ” on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, then place the cards
on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate that represent the day of the month (1 31), then place the “ ” on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, then place the
cards on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate that represent the last two digits of
the year (e.g., 99), then place the “SET TIMER” card on the TOUCH CARD®
reader plate and remove it.
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Example: Set date to 9/28/99.
Place the “9” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it. Then place
the “ ” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it, and place the “2”
card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it, and place the “8” card
on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it, and place the “ ” card on the
TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it. Then place the “9” card on the
TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it and place the “9” card on the TOUCH
CARD® reader plate and remove it. Then place the “SET TIMER “ card on the
TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it.
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SET TIMER
To set the time, place the cards on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate that
represent the hour (0 - 24), then place the “ ” on the TOUCH CARD® reader
plate and remove it, then place the cards on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate
that represent the minutes (0 - 60), and then place the “SET TIMER” card on
the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it.
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Example: Set time to 13:27 hours (1:27 pm).
Place the “1” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it, then place
the “3” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it. Then place the
“ ” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it, then place the “2”
card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it, then place the “7” card
on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it. Then place the “SET
TIMER” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it.
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LATCH TIMER
The output from the relay may be set to any number of seconds from 1 to 30.
Setting the latch timer to “0” produces a 0.25 second output, timed from when
a valid card is placed on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate.
SETTING THE LATCH TIMER VIA THE MENU. To set the Latch Timer using
the Menu System, choose 4 (System Settings) from the Main Menu. Then
from the System Settings Menu, select 3 (Latch Timer).
SETTING THE LATCH TIMER USING CARDS. To set the Latch Timer
using the Program Deck, place on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate the
sequence of Program Cards representing the number of seconds the
latch is to be on, then place the “SET TIMER” card on the TOUCH CARD ®
reader plate and remove it.
Example: Set latch timer for 15 seconds.
Place the “1” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and place
the “5” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the “SET
TIMER” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, and remove it.
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ANTIPASSBACK
Antipassback is a feature designed to prevent or discourage an authorized
cardholder from passing their card back to an unauthorized person who wishes
to re-use the same card to obtain access. The most common application for
Antipassback is Parking. Antipassback is not generally practical for use by
office or factory personnel, unless turnstiles are in use.
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When Antipassback is enabled, the 28SA-Plus will temporarily void a card
after the first use, so that any person attempting to reuse the same card in the
same reader will be denied access. This temporary void status is stored in
memory in the 28SA-Plus. Different types of Antipassback use different
methods to void and reset the card.
The 28SA-Plus offers two types of Antipassback: Real and Timed.
REAL ANTIPASSBACK requires the use of a 28SA-Plus and a Remote Reader.
The main reader (the 28SA-Plus) can be designated as an In reader or an
Out reader; the Remote reader automatically takes the opposite type. In
memory, each cardholder has In, Out, or Neutral Antipassback status, which
is determined by the antipassback type of the reader where the card was last
used The cardholder must have Out status to use an In reader and viceversa. As long as the IN and OUT readers are used in alternating sequence,
there will be no restriction; if a card is used at an IN reader twice in a row, or at
an OUT reader twice in a row, the second access attempt is denied.
Real Antipassback only applies at one set of Primary / Remote readers. Even
if multiple readers are connected to a PC using Smart Switches and SA-NETTM
software, other 28SA Units at the same site will be unaware of the cardholder’s
IN/OUT status change.
TIMED ANTIPASSBACK sets the card to Void status for a user-defined time
period. Once the time period expires, the card can be re-used in the reader.
For every card use, a comparison is made in transaction history to that card’s
previous use to see if the time period has elapsed. Timed antipassback only
applies at a single reader; other 28SA-Plus units at the same site will not be
able to make a time comparison. Note that if a Remote Reader is connected
to the 28SA-Plus, once a given card is used, it cannot be reused at either the
remote or main reader until the time period has expired.
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CONFIGURING REAL ANTIPASSBACK
To configure a 28SA-Plus and Remote Reader for Real Antipassback, you
must first set the 28SA-Plus (Primary Reader) as either an IN or OUT reader.
To set reader IN/OUT status, choose 5 (Configuration Menu), select 5 (Primary
Reader), then select N (None), I (In), O (Out), or press ESC to exit. The
Remote Reader automatically takes the opposite status. Real Antipassback
cannot be set up with the program deck.
To be affected by Real Antipassback, cards must be assigned to a Time Zone
with Real Anti-Passback enabled. See Page 13 for information on how to
assign a card to a Time Zone, and see Page 32 for information on how to set
Real Anti-Passback in a Time Zone.
The DAILY APB FORGIVE HOUR feature is also available on the Configuration
Menu. During the course of the day, cardholders’ Antipassback (APB) status
may get out of synchronization when entering or exiting without using a card
(due to disabled parking gates, exiting after-hours, etc.) DAILY APB FORGIVE
will set all cards to a Neutral status, so that all cards will work the first time they
are used on the following day, regardless of their Antipassback status at the
end of the previous day. After the first usage, the card’s Real Antipassback
status will change normally.
CONFIGURING TIMED ANTIPASSBACK
If Timed Antipassback is selected, a card used for entry is made temporarily
void for a user-definable amount of waiting time. The antipassback waiting
time may be set to any number of minutes from 1 to 30. However, the actual
waiting time will fluctuate between the time set and the time set plus one minute.
Thus, if the antipassback time is set to 5 minutes, users will have to wait a
minimum of 5 minutes and a maximum of 6 minutes before reentry will be
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allowed. Setting the antipassback waiting time to 0 will disable the Timed
Antipassback feature and reentry will be allowed immediately.
SETTING ANTIPASSBACK WAITING TIME USING A MENU . To set the
Antipassback Waiting Time using the Menu System, choose 4 (System Settings)
from the Main Menu. Then from the System Settings Menu, select 4
(Antipassback Timer).
SETTING ANTIPASSBACK WAITING TIME USING CARDS. To set the
Antipassback Waiting Time using the Program Deck, place on the TOUCH
CARD® reader plate the sequence of cards representing the number of minutes
of the minimum waiting period (1 to 30), then place the “ ” card on the TOUCH
CARD® reader place and remove it, then place the “SET TIMER” card on the
TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it.
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Example: Set antipassback waiting time to 3 minutes.
Place the “3” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it, and place
the “ ” on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it, and place the “SET
TIMER” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, and remove it.
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See Pages 17-18 for more information on Antipassback Control.
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PASSWORD PROTECTION
To prevent unauthorized programming of the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus when
using a personal computer or terminal, it is necessary to enter a password at
the beginning of every programming session. The default password is “12345”.
When you begin your first programming session, enter “12345” and press the
“ENTER” key when the password is requested.
The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus will automatically logoff after four minutes with
no keyboard activity. You will then be required to enter the password again to
access the system. Automatic logoff occurs while in any menu or sub-menu
except when displaying current transactions. It is advisable to exit the system
when you are finished by using the “Logoff” selection of the main menu.
CHANGING THE PASSWORD . During this first programming session it is
advisable to change the Password. To change the Password, choose 4 (System
Settings) from the Main Menu followed by 5 (Password) from the System
Settings Menu. The Password may be up to 16 characters long and may consist
of numbers, letters, and symbols. You may change your password at any time.
It is not necessary to set or use a password when programming your unit with
the Program Cards.
RESETTING THE PASSWORD. If you should forget your password, you
must turn off the power to the unit. Then, while holding the reset button in
(see Figure 1), turn the power back on. This will reset the password to
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“12345.” Since this process also recalibrates the TOUCH CARD reader,
be sure there is no magnetism near the reader (i.e., a card) when the
password is being reset. Wait for the red/green flashing LED to time out
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before putting cards on the TOUCH CARD reader plate (see Figure 1).
This procedure should be done with the unit at average operating
temperatures and not in extreme heat or cold.
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BAUD RATE
The Baud Rate is the speed at which the ENTRACOMP ® 28SA-Plus
communicates with the outside world (PC, terminal, or printer). The default
Baud Rate (speed of communication) is 9600. If you wish to change the baud
rate, and you do not have a PC or terminal, the Programming Deck may be
used. The allowable Baud Rates are 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 and
38400. Note that the serial interface cards in some older PCs are not capable
of communicating at Baud Rates above 9600.
SETTING THE BAUD RATE VIA THE MENU. The Baud Rate of the
ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus may be changed via the menu system using a PC
or terminal. Once changed, the new Baud Rate will become effective the next
time you log onto the system or connect a printer. To change the Baud Rate,
choose 4 (System Settings) from the Main Menu. Then from the System
Settings Menu, choose 6 (Baud Rate) and select the desired Baud Rate from
the Baud Rate Menu.
If you are using SA-NETTM software, be sure to also change the baud rate of
the port configuration in the Setup menu. Choose Configure Location, select
a location, select Edit, then enter the new value in the Baud Rate field and
Save the changes. Exit SA-NETTM, then restart the program.
SETTING THE BAUD RATE USING CARDS. To set the baud rate using
Program Cards, place the “ ” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and
remove it, then place on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate the sequence of
cards representing the baud rate, then place the “SET TIMER” card on the
TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it.
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Example: Set baud rate to 2400
Place the “ ” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it. Then
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place the “2” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it, then place
the “4” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it, then place the
“0” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it, and again place the
“0” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it. Then place the “SET
TIMER” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it.
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READER ID
Each ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus has the capability of being given an ID or
Name. This ID is shown on all status reports at the beginning of the report. If
the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus is connected to a printer, each transaction
includes the reader ID. This feature is very useful when multiple ENTRACOMP®
28SA-Plus units are connected to the same printer through a Smart Switch.
To set the reader ID, choose 4 (System Settings) from the Main Menu and
then 7 (Reader ID) from the System Settings Menu. The reader ID may be up
to 16 characters long and may include numbers, letters, and symbols. If a
reader ID is not desired, use “NONE” for the ID request.
MODEM STRING
Whenever the 28SA-Plus senses that a modem is present (according to the
Communications input wiring) it sends setup instructions to the modem via
the Communications Port (1 - 5 on the terminal block). This series of ASCII
characters sets the modem to Dumb Mode and Auto Answer Mode. The default
string is AT&D0&C0&S0, where 0 = the number Zero. If this string does not
work with your modem, you can customize the string as required. Contact
Secura Key Technical Support for further information. Also see page 46 for
more information on modem communications.
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TIME ZONES
Time Zones are schedules that determine when an Access Card is to work.
Access Cards are programmed into one of 16 Time Zones (0 thru 15).
Programming an Access Card into Time Zone “0” renders the Access Card
“Void”- it is never granted access. Programming an Access Card into Time
Zone “1” will allow the Access Card access without restriction as long as the
ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus is in the Active Mode. Access Cards programmed
into Time Zones 2 and higher will be granted access within time restrictions as
set into each Time Zone.
THE WEEKLY SCHEDULE
Each Time Zone is a Weekly Schedule consisting of 8 days (Sunday thru
Saturday and Holiday). Each Day of the Weekly Schedule is broken up into 48
one half hour segments. An Access Card programmed into a given Time Zone
will be allowed access only during those time segments that are “ON”. The
day designated “Holiday” is the schedule for any day that has been defined as
a holiday, no matter on what day of the week it falls (see page 34 for defining
holidays).
SETTING THE WEEKLY SCHEDULE. To set or change a Time Zone’s Weekly
Schedule, choose 4 (System Settings) from the Main Menu. Select 8 (Time
Zone) from the System Settings Menu followed by 1 (Time Zones) from the
Time Zone Menu. Enter the Time Zone to be edited (only Time Zones “2” or
greater may be edited).
Once in the Weekly Schedule for the Time Zone, select the number of
the day to be edited. The cursor will move up to the day to be edited. An
“ ” indicates the one-half hour segment is on, a blank space indicates
that the segment is off. Using the arrow keys, move the cursor to the
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segment to be changed and use the space bar to turn the time segment off.
Use any other key to turn the segment on.
BEGINNING AND ENDING DATES . Each Time Zone (except Time Zone 1)
may be set to begin and/or end on specified dates. Access Cards programmed
into the Time Zone will not be allowed access before the beginning date (if set)
or after the ending date (if set).
To set a beginning date choose “B” when in the weekly schedule. Enter the
beginning date (enter “C” if no beginning date restriction is desired).
To set a ending date, choose “E” when in the weekly schedule. Enter the
beginning date (enter “C” if no ending date restriction is desired).
ANTIPASSBACK CONTROL . The Time Zone into which an Access Card is
programmed determines if and how the Access Card is affected by the
Antipassback restriction. A Time Zone may be set to one of the following
Antipassback types:
1- Timed Hard
2- Timed Soft
3- Real Hard
4- Real Soft
5- Off
NOTE: Since Time Zone 1 has no restrictions, cards programmed into
Time Zone 1 are not affected by Antipassback.
REAL HARD If the Time Zone is set for Real Hard Antipassback, a Remote
Reader is also required. The Primary Reader is designated as either IN or
OUT; then the Remote Reader is automatically becomes the opposite type.
Once used in the IN reader, an access card must be used in the OUT reader
before a second use at the IN reader.
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TIMED HARD If the Time Zone is set for Timed Hard Antipassback, once
used, an access card must wait the full waiting time before access is again
allowed. This applies to both Primary and Remote readers.
REAL SOFT If the Time Zone is set for Real Soft Antipassback, basic operation
is similar to Real Hard Antipassback. The term “soft” means that access will
not be denied to cards used twice in succession at an IN reader, but that an
error message will be recorded and sent to the PC (if monitoring real-time
transactions) or Printer (if connected).
TIMED SOFT If the Time Zone is set for Timed Soft Antipassback, access
will not be denied to cards used twice in succession before the Antipassback
Waiting Time has expired, but an Antipassback error message will be recorded
and sent to the PC (if monitoring real-time transactions) or Printer (if connected).
This applies to both Primary and Remote Readers.
If a Time Zone is set to Antipassback “Off”, Access Cards programmed into
that Time Zone will not be affected by Antipassback.
To set the Time Zone Antipassback status, choose “A” when in the Weekly
Schedule. Then choose 1 - Timed Hard, 2 - Timed Soft, 3 - Real Hard, 4 - Real
Soft, 5 - Off, or ESC to exit.
DOOR UNLOCK TIME ZONE
The Door Unlock Time Zone is a special Weekly Schedule that puts the
ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus into the Door Unlock Mode during days of the
week and times of the day where time segments are set to be “on.” To set or
edit the Door Unlock Time Zone, choose 4 (System Settings) from the Main
Menu. Then choose 8 (Time Zones) from the System Settings Menu and 2 (Door
Zone) from the Time Zone Menu.
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Once in the Weekly Schedule for the Door Time Zone, select the number of the
day to be edited. The cursor will move up to the day chosen. An “ ” indicates
the one half-hour segment is on, a blank space indicates that the segment is
off. Using the arrow keys, move the cursor to the segment to be changed and
use the space bar to turn the time segment off. Use any other key to turn the
segment on. The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus will be in the Door Unlock Mode
during those time segments that are “ON”.
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Choose D to set the Door Zone Mode Option, which allows a Door Zone to be
set to either (A) Auto Open or (C) Card Open. In Auto Open Mode, the door
unlocks automatically when the Door Zone begins. In Card Open Mode, the
door remains locked when the Door Zone begins, and unlocks when the first
valid card is used. Card Open Mode should be selected when it is important
that the controlled door remains locked whenever the reader location is
unattended.
DEFINE HOLIDAYS
Up to 32 holidays may be defined. When one of the defined holidays occurs,
the holiday schedule of the particular time zone is followed rather than the
weekday schedule. Holidays may be defined for the particular year or they
may be defined to re-occur every year. If a particular year is entered when
defining a holiday, the Weekly Time Zone schedule will treat only that date of
the year specified as a holiday. If, instead of entering a year, a “Y” is entered,
then the specified date will be treated as a holiday every year.
To define or edit the Holiday list, choose 4 (System Settings) from the Main
Menu. Then choose 8 (Time Zones) from the System Settings Menu and 3
(Define Holidays) from the Time Zone Menu.
Once in the Holiday Setting Menu, select the number of the Holiday to be set
or edited and enter the appropriate date.
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DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus provides Automatic and Manual Daylight
Savings Time correction. In the Automatic Mode, Daylight Savings Time is
corrected on the first Sunday in April and the last Sunday in October at 2:00
AM every year. The Manual Mode is provided to allow the user to set the
beginning and ending Daylight Savings Time dates in areas where the Automatic
mode does not correspond to the actual days of change.
For areas where there is no Daylight Savings Time, the correction function
may be disabled. The factory default is Automatic Daylight Savings Time
Correction.
To set the Daylight Savings Time Correction status, choose 4 (System Settings)
from the Main Menu. Then select 8 (Time Zones) from the System Settings
Menu followed by 4 (Daylight Savings Time) from the Time Zone Menu. The
Daylight Savings dialog box will show the current mode and the current
beginning and ending dates for Daylight Savings Time. Choose “A” to select
the Automatic Mode. Choose “O” to deactivate Daylight Savings Time
Correction. To set the unit for Daylight Savings Time dates of your choice,
choose “M” (Manual) and then enter the desired beginning and ending dates
by choosing “B,” then “E.”
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TRANSACTIONS
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The ENTRACOMP 28SA-Plus stores 5000 date and time stamped
transactions. When the transaction buffer is full, the oldest entries are deleted
as new transactions occur; therefore, the newest transactions are always
available.
DISPLAY STORED TRANSACTIONS
To display the transactions that are stored in the transaction buffer, choose 6
(Transactions) from the Main Menu and then 1 (Display Stored Transactions)
from the Transaction Menu. Transactions will be displayed in reverse
chronological order (newest transactions first).
DISPLAY TRANSACTIONS AS THEY OCCUR
Transactions may be displayed to the screen of the PC or terminal as they
occur. When in this mode, the automatic log off feature is disabled. Error
messages will also include a bell or buzzer sound (depending on the terminal
or PC used).
To put the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus into the Display Transactions As They
Occur mode, choose 6 (Transactions) from the Main Menu followed by 2
(Display Transactions As They Occur) from the Transaction Menu.
DISPLAY TRANSACTION BUFFER STATUS
The Transaction Buffer is where transactions are stored. The user may examine
the status of the Transaction Buffer by choosing 6 (Transactions) from the
Main Menu followed by 3 (Display Transaction Buffer Status).
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The screen will display how many transactions are currently in the transaction
buffer, what percentage of the buffer is used, and, if more transactions occurred
than there was room to store, how many transactions were lost.
CLEAR TRANSACTION BUFFER
To clear (erase) the Transaction Buffer, choose 6 (Transactions) from the Main
Menu and then 4 (Clear Transaction Buffer) from the Transaction Menu.
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UTILITIES
SELF TEST
The Self Test feature is normally used by your serviceman to check out the
ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus. When run, the Self Test checks various functions
of the unit.
To run the Self Test, choose 7 (Utility) from the Main Menu and then select 1
(Self Test) from the Utility Menu.
UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD
The settings and card status of a 28SA-Plus unit may be uploaded (backup) to
a file on your PC. This file may then be downloaded (restore) to any compatible
28SA-Plus unit to program it exactly as the original unit. The Transaction Buffer,
Date, and Time are not downloaded. Note that 28SA-Plus and earlier 28SA
backup files are not compatible.
In order to download the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus settings, Secura Key’s
SA-LINKTM or SA-NETTM software can be used. If using SA-LINKTM, be sure to
run it from DOS, and not from Windows’ DOS Shell. See the instructions
provided with your software.
BACKUP. To copy the settings and card status of an ENTRACOMP® 28SAPlus to a file, choose 7 (Utility) from the Main Menu. Then choose 3 (Receive
Settings From ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus).
If you are using SA-LINKTM or SA-NET TM, a list with one or more DOS file
names will appear on the PC screen. Use the arrow keys to move the highlight
and select a file name and press ENTER, or if no file names are displayed (or
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to make a new file name) press ESC. You will be prompted: Enter File Name.
Type in an 8-character file name with no extension (the program will add the
.BIN extension for you). The resulting backup file will appear under the selected
name in the SANET or SALINK directory (or wherever the software is stored
on your PC).
If you are using a generic terminal program, at this point you will be prompted
to create a binary receive file in which to store the settings. You must also at
this time choose the appropriate receive file and settings within your terminal
program to begin the transfer of data using XMODEM protocol with checksum.
When the transfer is completed, the message “File Transfer OK” with be displayed.
RESTORE. Restore is the opposite of Backup. This function sends the settings
and card status that were transferred from (Backup) an ENTRACOMP® 28SAPlus and sends them to an ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus. To restore settings,
choose 7 (Utility) from the Main Menu and 2 (Send Settings To 28SA-Plus)
from the Utility Menu. The screen will prompt the user “Transferring Config
File From PC To Reader Now.”
At this point, the user should begin the binary file transfer of the file using the
XMODEM with checksum protocol as per the directions of the terminal program
in use. If you use Secura Key’s SA-LINK™ or SA-NET™ programs, these
settings are handled automatically.
When the transfer is complete, the screen will say, “File Transfer OK”. If an
error occurs, an “Error Transferring File” message will be given.
RE-INITIALIZE. This command is used by your serviceman to restore all
settings to factory defaults. All card programming, time zones and transactions
will be erased. Choose 7 (Utility) from the Main Menu and select 4 (Re-initialize)
from the Utility Menu.
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USING A PRINTER WITH THE 28SA-PLUS
A serial printer may be connected to the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus in order
to print transactions as they occur and print transactions stored in the
transaction buffer. The wiring for a printer is different than the wiring for a
computer or terminal. Be sure to follow the wiring instructions carefully.
There are two ways to put the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus into the printer mode;
Hard wiring or using the program deck.
HARD WIRED PRINTER MODE. Power down the unit. Connect together the
RXD and RTS terminals on the terminal block (terminals 2 and 4). Re-power
the unit. To leave the printer mode you must power down the unit, remove the
connection between the RXD and RTS terminals and re-power the unit.
PRINTER MODE USING THE PROGRAMMING DECK. Touch the “ ” and the
“VALID” programming cards in succession. To leave the printer mode, again
touch the “ ” and the “VALID” programming cards in succession.
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*
When in the printer mode the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus will send to the printer
transactions as they occur. To print the transactions stored in the Transaction
Buffer of the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus, touch the “ ”programming card to
the TOUCH CARD® reader plate twice in succession. The entire log of entries
contained in the buffer will begin to print. Transactions are printed in last-in,
first-out order.
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Should you wish to terminate the print-out before complete, again touch the
“ ” programming card to the TOUCH CARD® reader plate twice in succession.
The unit will then go back to printing transactions as they occur. To clear the
history buffer, touch the “ ” and the “VOID” cards in succession.
*
*
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COMMAND MODE
Command Mode is a method of communicating with an ENTRACOMP ®
28SA-Plus without using the menu system. Most unit functions, including
Programming Cards or settings, controlling modes of operation, and
acquiring card or transaction status/history are accessible through
Command Mode. Reader Configuration and Time Zones must be defined
in Terminal mode. Command mode has been designed for use by
programmers and systems integrators to facilitate computer to
ENTRACOMP ® 28SA-Plus communications. Contact your dealer for a
complete description of Command Mode.
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INSTALLATION
CAUTION SHOULD BE TAKEN NOT TO TOUCH CIRCUIT BOARD OR
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION TO AVOID
ELECTRO-STATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) DAMAGE.
WARNING
AN EARTH GROUND IS REQUIRED. Connect the green screw on the mounting
plate to a good earth ground (AC Power Ground or a 10 foot copper ground
stake) using a 16AWG solid copper wire. Failure to do so may result in
improper operation or damage to the unit. (See Figures 11 - 21). Flush
Mount and Metal Housing models also have a green ground wire, which
must be attached to the green screw on the mounting plate.
WARNING
DO NOT APPLY POWER TO UNIT UNTIL
ALL CONNECTIONS ARE MADE AND CHECKED
GENERAL WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
For ease of installation and servicing, the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus is
provided with a terminal board which is connected to the main unit via a ribbon
cable and connector. The screw terminals on the circuit board will accept wire
gauges #16 through #24, solid or stranded. Strip approximately 5/16" (8mm)
of insulation, insert into the appropriate hole, and tighten with a small
screwdriver. Tinning is strongly recommended for stranded wires (see Figure
2 for proper terminations). Arrange a cable drip loop on all exterior installations.
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FIGURE 2
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PASSAGEWAY CONTROL
The double-pole, double-throw relay is activated whenever a valid entry is
generated. The latch output from the relay is on the terminal board (see
Figure 2) and is used to operate the door operating device. The aux latch
output may also be used to operate a device or to bypass an alarm sensor.
Example below is for an electric strike; a magnetic lock would be connected
to the C and NC terminals.
Figure 3 illustrates a typical installation.
TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
FIGURE 3
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COMMUNICATIONS WIRING FOR SINGLE-READER SYSTEMS
IMPORTANT
Wiring information in this section applies only
to single-reader applications. For 28SA-Plus’s
used with the SK-SS Smart Switch, use wiring
information provided with that device or with
the software.
The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus is designed to communicate with a printer,
terminal, personal computer or a modem, using an RS-232 interface. The wiring
for a printer cable is different from the wiring for a PC or Terminal. (see
Figures 2 through 9 for communications wiring instructions).
Cable distances of up to 300 feet (100 meters) are possible, using high-quality
shielded cable, with the shield connected to Earth ground at the reader end.
Recommend 5-conductor, 18-24 AWG shielded cable, such as Belden 9535
(24 AWG), 9610 (24AWG), 9910 (24AWG), 9941 (22 AWG), or where Plenum
rated cable is required, Belden 83506 Teflon insulated (24 AWG). Most cable
manufacturers offer Belden equivalents. DO NOT USE un-shielded and/or
twisted pair wire, such as “Category 5” for RS-232 communications.
Route communications wiring away from equipment that generates RF
interference, such as transmitters, fluorescent light ballasts, large motors,
compressors, elevators, etc.
Whenever communications cable runs enter or exit a building, lightning transient
suppressors are strongly recommended at both ends of those cables. Parking
lot, pool gate, marina and tennis court applications with long buried cable runs
are susceptible to nearby lightning strikes, and unprotected Readers, PC’s,
and Printers are frequently damaged. Contact Secura Key for additional
information on lightning suppression.
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Wire runs of up to 4,000 feet are possible using “line drivers” (RS-232/422
converters). One converter is required at each end of a two-twisted pair
overall-shielded cable. Each converter will require AC power. If you have already
pulled wire for RS-232 and need to add RS422 converters, new twisted-pair
cable must be pulled. Contact Secura Key for the correct converter model for
your specific application.
MODEM COMMUNICATIONS. The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus has been
designed to communicate with a PC or terminal via modem in auto answer
mode with any Hayes compatible modem (minimum 1200 baud). The modem
must be properly configured for operation with the 28SA-Plus. This is done by
connecting the modem to the serial port of a PC, running a terminal program
(supplied with most modems), and by entering a setup string. Be sure that
during modem setup, the terminal program is communicating with the modem
at the same Baud rate that the 28SA- Plus will be communicating. Note that
some modems also require DIP Switch settings. Also note that if using SALINKTM or SA-NET TM, you must install DOS modem driver software in your
PC, even if your PC is running Windows.
For example, to configure a US Robotics Sportster 14.4, 28.8, 33.6 or 56 kBaud
modem, you would type in the following string of characters (note that 0 = zero):
AT&R1&D0&S0&H0S0=1&W0 [ENTER]
Then set DIP switches 1, 4, and 6 to ON and all others to OFF. Disconnect the
modem and connect it to the reader.
Other modems may require a different setup string. Also refer to your modem
manual. For further information, contact Secura Key.
RJ-11 JACK CONNECTION . For temporary connections, an RJ-11 (telephone
type) jack is provided on the bottom of the unit housing to allow communications
access without the necessity of opening the unit.
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WARNING
DO NOT CONNECT THE 28SA-Plus’ RJ-11 JACK TO A TELEPHONE LINE,
PBX, OR THE PHONE OUTPUT OF A MODEM, OR SERIOUS DAMAGE
MAY RESULT.
if you are not using the RJ-11 jack, you may disable this communication port by
unplugging the jack input connector on the main circuit board (see Figure 1).
TERMINAL BOARD CONNECTION. For permanent (hard-wired) connection,
communications wiring may be connected to the unit via the terminal board
(see Figure 2 for wiring).
SERIAL PRINTER CONNECTION. Figures 4 and 7 show how to connect a
serial printer to the system. Most serial printers have dip switch settings to
select data protocols. Make sure the printer is configured for pin #20 to be
“Ready Busy”. See page 6 for proper settings. If a serial printer is not available,
a serial-to-parallel converter may be used to connect a parallel printer. If you
have difficulty printing, refer back to page 40.
TERMINAL/PC CONNECTION. Figures 4, 5, and 6 show wiring the
ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus to a terminal or PC. Figure 6 shows wiring for a
DB-9S female connector. Figure 5 shows wiring for a DB-25S female connector.
Your PC may have either type of connector on its serial communications ports,
COM 1, 2, 3 or 4.
SK-SS SMART SWITCH. Do not use the wiring shown in Figure 4 to
connect the reader to a PC or Printer via the Smart Switch. Refer to the
wiring information provided with the Smart Switch.
REMOTE READER CONNECTION
WARNING
ALWAYS REMOVE POWER FROM THE 28SA-Plus
BEFORE CONNECTING THE REMOTE READER.
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The ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus provides power for the remote reader (Figures
1 and 10). The SK-029W TOUCH CARD® Reader is used as the second
(remote) reader to control access through a single passageway or a single
parking lot lane in the opposite direction. The two readers are distinguished in
the transaction log and printout. If timed antipassback is to be used, the waiting
time will apply to both readers (the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus and the SK029W) no matter which reader is used. If real antipassback is used, the remote
and main readers must be used alternately; neither reader can be used twice
in a row by an individual card holder.
The remote reader does not have its own latch relay. Using a valid card in
either reader will activate the latch relay on the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus.
Other devices with either a Secura Key 31-bit or 26-bit Wiegand output may
be also be connected to the Remote Reader Input. Various transmitter-type
gate openers, bar code scanners, and proximity readers are available with a
Secura Key 31-bit or standard 26-bit Wiegand output format.
Note that these other Wiegand-output devices may need their own power
supplies, since the Remote Reader output voltage varies, depending on the
input voltage as follows:
DC Voltage Out: = AC Voltage In x 1.3 OR DC Voltage In x 0.9
Recommended input voltage to the 28SA Plus with a Remote Reader is 12 16 Volts AC or DC. Lower voltages will be insufficient to operate the SK-029W
reader; higher voltages will cause the reader’s voltage regulator to run hot,
which could cause early component failure.
Note also that the Remote Reader LED output provides +5 VDC for Red, Ground
for Green, and Floating for Off, which may not be compatible with indicator
lights on all reading devices. Please contact the factory for details.
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PIN NUMBER CONNECTIONS
E N T R AC O M P ® 2 8 S A P l u s
SIGNAL DESCRIPTION
PC OR TERMINAL
TERMINAL
BLOCK #
DB-25S
(FEMALE) PIN #
DB-9S
(FEMALE) PIN #
PRINTER
MODEM
DB-25P
(MALE) PIN #
DB-25P
(MALE) PIN #
7
SIGNAL GROUND
1
1&7
5
1&7
R E C E I V E D ATA ( R X D )
2*
2
3
N/C *
3
C L E A R TO S E N D ( C T S )
3
4
7
20
8
R E Q U E S T TO S E N D ( R T S )
4*
5
8
6&8
4
T R A N S M I T D ATA ( T X D )
5
3
2
3
2
10
N/C
N/C
N/C
1
EARTH GROUND
*
FOR HARD-WIRED PRINTER MODE, CONNECT TERMINAL 2 TO TERMINAL 4 .
FIGURE 5
FIGURE 6
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FIGURE 7
FIGURE 9
FIGURE 8
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FIGURE 10
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
SURFACE MOUNT TO SINGLE GANG ELECTRICAL BOX
(See Figure 11)
1.
For exterior walls, apply ¼ inch bead of silicone sealant around rear
perimeter surface of mounting bracket gasket. Be sure there is sufficient
sealant to make a good seal between gasket and wall. Install gasket
between mounting bracket and wall.
2.
Use two 6-32 pan head screws (not supplied) to secure mounting
plate to box.
3.
Connect green grounding screw on mounting plate to Earth ground
using a 16AWG wire.
4.
Be sure all appropriate wiring has been connected to the terminal board,
and then plug the terminal board cable into the socket on the circuit board
(see wiring instructions). Do not apply power until all connections are made.
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5.
Place ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus housing against mounting plate, top
edge first, centering housing on retaining tabs. Secure housing to plate
at bottom using one 6-32 x 3/8 security screw (provided) or equivalent.
6.
Lock cam lock.
SURFACE MOUNT WITHOUT ELECTRICAL BOX (See Figure 12)
1.
For exterior walls, apply ¼ inch bead of silicone sealant around rear
perimeter surface of mounting bracket gasket. Be sure there is sufficient
sealant to make a good seal between gasket and wall. Install gasket
between mounting bracket and wall.
2.
Mount plate to wall using appropriate fasteners. Use at least four of
six holes provided.
3.
Connect green grounding screw on mounting plate to Earth ground
using a 16AWG wire.
4.
Be sure all appropriate wiring has been connected to the terminal
board, and then plug the terminal board cable into the socket on the
circuit board (see wiring instructions). Do not apply power until all
connections are made.
5.
Place ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus housing against mounting plate, top
edge first, centering housing on retaining tabs. Secure housing to plate
at bottom using one 6-32 x 3/8 security screw (provided) or equivalent.
6.
Lock cam lock.
SURFACE MOUNT TO POST (See Figure 13)
1.
Mount post mount adapter (optional) to post (not supplied). Screw 1-1/2
inch pipe coupling on rear of post mount adapter plate to post until almost
tight, stopping when reader cover is at top (12 O’Clock). A small tack
weld is strongly suggested to keep the housing from rotating on post.
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2.
Apply 1/8 inch bead of silicone sealant around rear perimeter surface
of mounting bracket gasket.
3.
Press bracket with gasket against adapter and secure with the four
10-32 X 5/16 pan head screws provided.
4.
Connect green grounding screw on mounting plate to Earth ground
using a 16AWG wire.
5.
Be sure all appropriate wiring has been connected to the terminal
board, and then plug the terminal board cable into the socket on the
circuit board (see wiring instructions). Do not apply power until all
connections are made.
6.
Place ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus housing against mounting plate, top
edge first, centering housing on retaining tabs. Secure housing to plate
at bottom using one 6-32 x 3/8 security screw provided or equivalent.
7.
Lock cam lock.
SURFACE MOUNT TO FLANGE (See Figure 14)
1.
Position flange mount adapter (optional) against post flange (not
supplied). Locate and mark four (untapped) holes. Then drill and tap
four 10-32 holes in post flange.
2.
Apply silicone bead around perimeter of post flange. Place flange
mount adapter against post flange and secure with four 10-32 x 1/2 flat
head countersunk screws provided.
3.
Follow instructions 2 - 7 for post mount adapter.
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FIGURE 11
FIGURE 12
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FIGURE 13
FIGURE 14
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FLUSH MOUNT TO EXISTING 5S BOX (See Figure 15)
1.
Use wall cutout template provided. Align template over 5S box. (When
running wires to the 5S box, don’t use center top hole as it will interfere
with housing lock.) Transfer appropriate cutout corner locations of
clearance hole for the housing lock to the wall with pointed instrument.
2.
Draw lines from point to point, outlining cutout.
3.
Cut out opening, being careful not to make opening larger than indicated
on the template.
4.
Mount mounting plate to 5S box using the four 8-32 flat head screws
provided. For an outdoor installation, silicone sealant is recommended
between the mounting plate and the wall.
5.
Connect green grounding screw on mounting plate to Earth ground
using a 16AWG wire. Also connect green ground wire from faceplate
assembly to green grounding screw.
6.
Be sure all appropriate wiring has been connected to the terminal board,
and then plug the terminal board cable into the socket on the circuit
board (see wiring instructions). Do not apply power until all connections
are made.
7.
Place reader and faceplate assembly against the mounting plate.
Faceplate will hook onto mounting plate by pushing plate in and then
sliding it down.
8.
Secure faceplate to mounting plate using the two 4-40 screws provided.
9.
Place faceplate door into door opening and rotate key 90° clockwise.
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FLUSH MOUNT WITH 5S BOX (See Figure 16)
1.
Use the wall cutout template provided. Locate template on the wall.
Transfer appropriate cutout corner locations to the wall with a pointed
instrument.
2.
Draw lines from point to point, outlining cutout.
3.
Cut out opening, being careful not to make opening larger than indicated
on the template.
4.
Place mounting plate against wall in its proper location. Using it as a
template, mark four holes in corners. Remove faceplate, and using
appropriate drill, drill four holes for appropriate fasteners (8-32 fasteners
are recommended).
5.
Fasten mounting plate to 5S box using the four 8-32 flat head screws
provided. (When running wires to the 5S box, don’t use the center top
hole as it will interfere with the housing lock.)
6.
Secure mounting plate and 5S box to wall. Screws must be flat head
countersunk #6 or #8. Make sure any cables have been pulled into the
box prior to securing assembly to wall. For an outdoor installation, silicone
sealant is recommended between the mounting plate and the wall.
7.
Connect green grounding screw on mounting plate to Earth ground
using a 16AWG wire. Also connect green ground wire from faceplate
assembly to green grounding screw.
8.
Be sure all appropriate wiring has been connected to the terminal board
and then plug the terminal board cable into the socket on the circuit
board (see wiring instructions). Do not apply power until all connections
are made.
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9. Place reader and faceplate assembly against the mounting plate.
Faceplate will hook onto mounting plate by pushing plate in and then
sliding it down.
10. Secure faceplate to mounting plate using the two 4-40 screws.
11. Place faceplate door into door opening and rotate key 90° clockwise.
FLUSH MOUNT WITHOUT 5S BOX (See Figure 17)
1.
Use the wall cutout template provided. Locate template on the wall.
Transfer appropriate cutout corner locations to the wall with a pointed
instrument.
2.
Draw lines from point to point, outlining cutout.
3.
Cut out opening, being careful not to make opening larger than indicated
on the template.
4.
Place mounting plate against wall in its proper location. Using it as a
template, mark four holes in corners. Remove faceplate and using the
appropriate drill, drill four holes for appropriate fasteners (8-32 fasteners
are recommended).
5.
Secure mounting plate to wall. Screws must be flat head countersunk
#6 or #8. For an outdoor installation, silicone sealant is recommended
between the mounting plate and the wall.
6.
Connect green grounding screw on mounting plate to Earth ground
using a 16AWG wire. Also connect green ground wire from faceplate
assembly to green grounding screw.
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7.
Be sure all appropriate wiring has been connected to the terminal
board and then plug the terminal board cable into the socket on the
circuit board (see wiring instructions). Do not apply power until all
connections are made.
8.
Place reader and faceplate assembly against the mounting plate.
Faceplate will hook onto mounting plate by pushing plate in and then
sliding it down.
9.
Secure faceplate to mounting plate using the two 4-40 screws.
10. Place faceplate door into door opening and rotate key 90° clockwise.
FIGURE 15
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FIGURE 16
FIGURE 17
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METAL SURFACE HOUSING TO SINGLE GANG ELECTRICAL BOX
(Figure 18)
1.
For exterior walls, apply 1/4 inch bead of silicone sealant around rear
perimeter surface of mounting bracket gasket. Be sure there is sufficient
sealant to make a good seal between gasket and wall.
2.
Use two 6-32 x 1 pan head screws provided to secure mounting bracket
and gasket to box.
3
Connect green grounding screw on mounting plate to Earth ground
using a 16AWG wire. Also connect green ground wire from faceplate
assembly to green grounding screw.
4.
Be sure all appropriate wiring has been connected to the terminal board,
and then plug the terminal board cable into the socket on the circuit
board (see wiring instructions). Do not apply power until all connections
are made.
5.
Place ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus housing over mounting bracket. Push
housing in against wall. Secure housing to mounting bracket in door
opening using two 6-32 x 3/8 screws provided. Secure housing to bracket
at bottom using one 6-32 x 1/4 security screw provided or equivalent.
6.
Place housing door into door opening and rotate key 90 degrees
clockwise.
METAL SURFACE HOUSING WITHOUT ELECTRICAL BOX
(See Figure 19)
1.
For exterior wall, apply sealant to rear perimeter of mounting bracket
gasket.
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2.
Mount plate to wall using appropriate fasteners. Use at least four of
six holes provided.
3
Connect green grounding screw on mounting plate to Earth ground
using a 16AWG wire. Also connect green ground wire from faceplate
assembly to green grounding screw.
4.
Be sure all appropriate wiring has been connected to the terminal board,
and then plug the terminal board cable into the socket on the circuit
board (see wiring instructions). Do not apply power until all connections
are made.
5.
Place ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus housing over mounting bracket. Push
housing in against wall. Secure housing to mounting bracket in door
opening using two 6-32 x 3/8 screws provided. Secure housing to
bracket at bottom using one 6-32 x 1/4 security screw provided or
equivalent.
7.
Place housing door into door opening and rotate key 90 degrees
clockwise.
METAL SURFACE HOUSING WITH POST ADAPTER
(See Figure 20)
1.
Mount post mount adapter (optional) to post (not supplied). Screw 1 1/
2 inch pipe coupling on rear of post mount adapter plate to post until
almost tight, stopping when reader cover is at top (12 O’Clock). A
small tack weld is strongly suggested to keep the housing from rotating
on post.
2.
Apply 1/8 inch bead of silicone sealant around rear perimeter surface
of mounting bracket gasket.
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3.
Press bracket with gasket against adapter and secure with the four
10-32 x 5/16 pan head screws provided.
4 Connect green grounding screw on mounting plate to Earth ground using
a 16AWG wire. Also connect green ground wire from faceplate assembly
to green grounding screw.
5.
Be sure all appropriate wiring has been connected to the terminal board,
and then plug the terminal board cable into the socket on the circuit
board (see wiring instructions). Do not apply power until all connections
are made.
6.
Place ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus housing over mounting bracket. Push
housing in against wall. Secure housing to mounting bracket in door
opening using two 6-32 x 3/8 screws provided. Secure housing to
bracket at bottom using one 6-32 x 1/4 security screw provided or
equivalent.
7.
Place housing door into door opening and rotate key 90 degrees
clockwise.
METAL SURFACE HOUSING WITH FLANGE ADAPTER
(See Figure 21)
1.
Position flange mount adapter (optional) against post flange (not
supplied). Locate and mark four (untapped) holes. Then drill and tap
four 10-32 holes in post flange.
2.
Apply silicone bead around perimeter of post flange. Place flange mount
adapter against post flange and secure with four 10-32 x 1/2 flat head
countersunk screws provided.
3.
Follow instructions 2 - 7 for post mount adapter.
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FIGURE 18
FIGURE 19
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FIGURE 20
FIGURE 21
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FACTORY SETTINGS
When shipped from the factory, the ENTRACOMP® 28SA-Plus has the
following settings:
Facility Code
None
Max Cards
65503
Max limited cards 4000
Time Zones
15
Transactions
5000
All Cards
Time Zone 0 (void)
No Limited Use
Settings
Latch timer = 1 Second
APB Timer = 0 Minutes (off)
Baud Rate = 9600
Reader ID = (none)
Password = 12345
Date = Undetermined
Time = Undetermined
Time Zones
APB = Timed Hard
Date Restrictions = None
0 = Always Void
1 = Always Valid (no restriction)
2 = Mon - Fri, 8am - 5:30pm
3 = Mon - Fri, 6am - 6pm
4 = Sat & Sun, 24 hours
5 = Sat & Sun, 6am - 6pm
6 = Always Valid (Timed Antipassback)
7 & Up = Mon-Sun, 6am - 6pm
Door Zone
Off For All Time Segments
Holidays
None Set
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Daylight Savings
Correction
Inputs
Automatic
1=Door Monitor
2=Remote Open
3=Remote Inactive
Anti-Passback Parameters
Primary Reader (In/Out)
Daily APB Forgive Hour
None
00
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APPENDIX A
WIRING AND SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
CONNECTING MULTIPLE UNITS ON AN RS-485 NETWORK
Multiple 28SA-Plus units can be interconnected by installing an SK-NM485
Network Module in each reader, and connecting the readers into a network,
using single twisted pair, shielded cable with a signal ground, such as Belden
9842 (includes one spare conductor). Please note that the warranty is
void on all Secura Key products if the units were damaged by surges
such as lightening. It is strongly recommended that surge protectors
be provided on all data, telephone and power cables in lightening prone
areas. See our Bulletin #14.
Install the SK-NM485 module by plugging it into socket J4, located on the
28SA-Plus circuit board at the top-center (Figure A2). The module has a 3-wire
pigtail, which should be connected to the network cable as shown in Figure A1.
Up to 128 28SA-Plus Units can be connected on the reader network. Total
combined cable distance for the entire network is 4000 feet.
While the best performance and longest total cable distance is achieved by
connecting networked readers in series (daisy chained), other configurations
such as “T”, Star/Fanout, and Stubbed are possible (Figure A3).
Typically, an RS-485 Networked system will be used with SK-NETTM Software
for WINDOWS® 95/98/NT.
However, if a PC running SA-NETTM or SA-LINKTM (or an ANSI-compatible
terminal software program) is connected to the RS-232 port of any reader
connected to the RS-485 network, some basic global functions can be
programmed and broadcast to all readers.
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These basic functions allow the user to control or program multiple units from
a single PC, to copy programming from one unit to the entire network, and to
use global antipassback. This is ideal for small systems or parking applications
where a PC or laptop computer with WINDOWS® 95 is unavailable.
A Serial Printer can be connected to the RS-232 port of any reader to provide
real time transaction printing for the entire network. Use the CBLSA Cable Kit
for temporary connection via the RJ-11 data jack, or use the wiring diagrams
for Printer and PC connection on pages 49-50 of the 28SA-Plus Manual.
Figure A1 - Network Wiring Connections
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Figure A2 - SK-NM485 Module Installation
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STAR/
FANOUT
DAISY CHAIN / MULTIDROP
“T”
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CONFIG
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NET-CONV-P
1
2
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1
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1
SK-NET
STUBBED
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1 NETWORK CABLE:
RS-485, using Single Twisted Pair,
Shielded cable with a signal
ground, such as Belden #9842
(includes one spare conductor) 1826 AWG. Shield is recommended,
but not required. DC Signal Ground
is recommended in networks with
very long wire runs. Total system
cable length: 4,000 ft.
CONFIGURATION OPTIONS:
Ÿ DAISY CHAIN / MULTIDROP *
Ÿ “T”-CONFIGURATION
Ÿ STAR/FANOUT
Ÿ STUBBED
* Best performance and
longest total cable distance
2 SERIAL CABLE:
R S - 2 3 2 ,P C o r p r i n t e r t o
2 8 S A - P l u s , 5 - C o n d u c t o r,
Shielded, 18-24 AWG.
Maximum length: 300 ft. (9600
baud);100 ft. (38400 baud)
Figure A3 - System Configuration Options
A-4
OPTIONS FOR CONNECTION OF THE 28SA-PLUS NETWORK TO A PC
There are two options to connect a modem to a PC. Option A is
recommended for large systems or systems with high traffic volume.
A. Standard Configuration with Converter
1
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2
NET-CONV-P
RS-485 NETWORK
MODULE SK-NM485
1
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RS-232
COM PORT
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SK-NETTM
SOFTWARE
RS485
Additional
28SA Plus
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Units
1
B. Gateway Configuration without Converter
RS-232
RS-485 NETWORK
GATEWAY
MODULE SK-NM485
2
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100ft. Max.
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SK-NETTM
SOFTWARE
1
28SA-Plus
1
1 NETWORK CABLE:
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¿
¿
RS-485, using Single Twisted Pair, Shielded cable with a
signal ground, such as Belden #9842 (includes one spare
conductor) 18-26 AWG. Shield is recommended, but not
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required. DC Signal Ground is recommended in networks
with very long wire runs. Total system cable length: 4,000 ft.
ADDITIONAL
28SA Plus Units
2 SERIAL CABLE:
RS-232,PC or printer to 28SA-Plus,5-Conductor,
Shielded, 18-24 AWG. Maximum length:
300 ft. (9600 baud); 100 ft. (38400 baud).
Figure A4 - Network to PC Connection Options
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APPENDIX B
USING 28SA-PLUS NETWORK WITHOUT A PC ON-LINE
GLOBAL NETWORK OPTIONS
This option appears on the 28SA-Plus’ Utility Menu only when an SK-NM485
Network Module is installed in connector J4 in the 28SA-Plus unit.
Global Network Options allow you to program multiple networked 28SAPlus units by connecting a PC to any 28SA-Plus on the Network. This can
be done by connecting the CBLSA cable kit to the RJ-11 data jack, or by
hard-wiring a cable to the communications inputs (1 - 5) on the Terminal
Block (see Page 49). You may use SA-NETTM, SA-LINKTM, or a WINDOWS®
Terminal program to access the Reader Menu System.
To access Global Network Options from the Main Menu, choose 7 (Utilities),
then select 5 (Global Network Options), to display the following menu:
GLOBAL NETWORK MENU
KEYSTROKE
1
2
3
4
SELECTION
DOOR OPTIONS
ANTIPASSBACK FORGIVE
PROGRAM CARDS INTO A TIME ZONE
CLONE READER SETTINGS
DOOR OPTIONS
Door Options allow you to control all readers on the network simultaneously.
Select 1 from Global Network Menu to display the Door Options submenu.
The following options are available:
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NETWORK DOOR MENU - READER STATE: ACTIVE
KEYSTROKE
1
2
3
4
SELECTION
OPEN DOORS NOW
UNLOCK DOORS INDEFINITELY
MAKE READERS INACTIVE INDEFINITELY
RETURN TO NORMAL MODE
OPEN DOORS NOW. To select this option, choose 1 from the Door Options
Menu. This will activate the latch relay on all connected readers for the latch
time programmed at each reader. You will be prompted to confirm this
command; press Y to proceed or N to cancel.
OPEN DOORS INDEFINITELY. To select this option, choose 2 from the
Door Options Menu. This will activate the latch relay on all connected readers
continuously, until the command is canceled. You will be prompted to confirm
this command; press Y to proceed or N to cancel.
MAKE READERS INACTIVE INDEFINITELY. To select this option, choose
3 from the Door Options Menu. This will put the reader into inactive mode:
the red light will blink slowly, and the reader will not accept any cards. This
will continue until the command is canceled. You will be prompted to confirm
this command; press Y to proceed or N to cancel. You will be prompted to
confirm this command; press Y to proceed or N to cancel.
RETURN TO NORMAL MODE (CANCEL 2 OR 3). To select this option,
choose 4 from the Door Options Menu. This will cancel either the Open
Doors Indefinitely or Make Readers Inactive Indefinitely Commands.
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ANTIPASSBACK FORGIVE
When Real Antipassback is in use, cardholders’ Antipassback status often
becomes out of synchronization due to tailgating (one cardholder uses his
card to enter a door and others follow without using their cards), parking lot
gate arms being left up after hours, repairs being done to gates or doors,
etc. The result is that card users are locked out because they are trying to
get IN when the system thinks they are already IN (or vice versa).
Antipassback Forgive allows all or designated card users one “free” entrance
or exit regardless of their present Antipassback status, so that they can get
back in sync.
Select 2 (Antipassback Forgive) from the Global Network Menu. You will
be prompted to forgive A(All) or a R(Range) of cards. If you select R,
enter the first and last card numbers, then Confirm by pressing Y to
proceed or N to cancel.
PROGRAM CARDS INTO A TIME ZONE
This option is the same as for a single reader, except that here, it applies to
all readers on the network.
Select 3 (Program Cards Into a Time Zone) from the Global Network Menu.
Select a Time Zone, then enter the first and last card numbers of the range
that you wish to program for the selected Time Zone. To program only one
card, enter the first card number, then press Enter twice. You will be asked
if you are sure: press Y to proceed or N to cancel.
B-3
CLONE READER SETTINGS
This option allows you to copy settings from the reader currently connected
to the PC to all readers on the network.
Select 4 (Clone Reader Settings) from the Global Network Options Menu.
The following menu is displayed:
NETWORK CLONE MENU
KEYSTROKE
1
2
3
4
5
SELECTION
CLONE BASIC SETTINGS
CLONE HOLIDAYS
CLONE TIME ZONES
CLONE ANTI-PASSBACK
SYNCHRONIZE TIME
When you select any option, you are prompted “Are you sure?” Enter Y to
proceed or N to cancel.
The Network Clone Menu offers four groups of reader settings plus a
Synchronize Time option.
CLONE BASIC SETTINGS
This option copies the following basic settings from the connected reader to
all readers on the network:
Timed Antipassback Time Value
Latch Timer Value
Primary Reader IN/OUT Type
Antipassback Type
Terminal Baud Rate
Limited Use Base Number
Limited Use End Card Number
Real Antipassback Forgive Hour
B-4
CLONE HOLIDAYS
This option copies all Holiday Dates from the connected reader to all readers
on the network.
CLONE TIME ZONES
This option copies all Time Zone schedules from the connected readers to
all readers on the network. It does not copy any of the associated
Antipassback settings.
CLONE ANTI-PASSBACK
This option copies the Antipassback settings assigned to each Time Zone
from the connected reader to all readers on the network.
SYNCHRONIZE TIME
This option copies the time of day from the connected reader to all readers
on the network.
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SPECIFICATIONS
PHYSICAL
Depth
Width
Height
Weight
Material
Surface Housing
Flush Housing
2.25 in (5.72 cm)
1.50 in (3.8 cm)
4.00 in (10.16 cm)
5.50 in (13.97 cm)
4.60 in (11.70 cm)
7.63 in (19.38 cm)
20 oz (0.57 kg)
18 oz (0.51 kg)
Lexan® (Polycarbonate)
*Meets UL standard 94 flame retardant rating
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Without Remote Reader
With Remote Reader (SK-029W)
Metal Housing
1.75 in (4.45 cm)
4.00 in (10.20 cm)
5.62 in (14.30 cm)
45 oz (1.28 kg)
All Steel
12 to 24 VAC or VDC; 125 mA at 12 VAC
12 to 16 VAC or VDC; 250 mA at 12 VAC
OUTPUTS
Latch & Alarm Shunt
Tamper (optional)
DPDT contacts, 115 VAC or 28 VDC, 3A maximum
SPDT contact, 115 VAC, 2A maximum
INPUTS
Auxiliary 1, 2, & 3
All require SPST contact closure
COMMUNICATION
RS-232
RS-485
Remote Reader
Modem
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient Temperature
Humidity
OPERATIONAL
Memory
Card Capacity
Limited Use Cards
Transaction Storage
Time Zones
Facility Code
Latch/Alarm Shunt Timer
Timed Antipassback
Auxiliary Inputs (3)
Serial RS-232. Up to 38.4 kBaud, full duplex,
1 start bit, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity
Requires SK-NM485 module, at 19.2KBaud
31 bit or 26 bit Wiegand type input.
12 VDC @ 150 mA supplied to remote reader
Requires Hayes compatible - 1200 to 33.6 kBaud
-40oF to 158oF (-40oC to 70oC)
0% to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
Non-volatile
65,000
4000
5000
15 for card access, 1 door unlock time zone, full week plus
holiday in one-half hour segments; 32 holidays
programmable; selectable automatic daylight savings time
Up to 3 different codes simultaneously
Programmable from 1 to 30 seconds (0 = 1/4 second)
Programmable from 1 to 30 minutes (hard or soft)
Programmable for door monitor, tamper monitor, remote
open, remote inactive, bell, arming circuit, or user defined.
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WARRANTY (U.S. and Canadian)
“Secura Key products are warranted against defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of 2 years from the date of purchase. Secura
Key will replace any Secura Key manufactured product, except cards or
tags, returned to us freight prepaid within the warranty period. This
warranty does not include freight, taxes, duties, or installation expenses.
THE WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE IS EXCLUSIVE AND NO OTHER
WARRANTY, WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL, IS EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED.
SECURA KEY SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OR MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
The remedies provided herein are the buyers’ sole and exclusive remedies.
In no event shall Secura Key be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental
or consequential damages (including loss of profits), whether based on
contract, tort or any other legal theory.” Contact Secura Key for Export
Warranty Policy.
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WARNING:
INSTRUCTION TO THE USER
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class
B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more or the following
measures:
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Ÿ
Ÿ
Ÿ
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet of a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This equipment has been certified to comply with the limits for a class B
computing device, pursuant to FCC Rules. In order to maintain compliance
with FCC regulations, shielded cables must be used with this equipment.
Operation with non-approved equipment or unshielded cables is likely to result
in interference to radio and TV reception. The user is cautioned that changes
and modifications made to the equipment without the approval of the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.