SiPass integrated
ADE5300
Eight Reader Interface
Installation Manual
Fire Safety & Security Products
Siemens Building Technologies
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Contents
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Product description ................................................................................5
2
Safety .......................................................................................................5
3
3.1
Technical specifications ........................................................................6
Dimensions ...............................................................................................7
4
Ordering data...........................................................................................7
5
Scope of delivery ....................................................................................7
6
Installation ...............................................................................................8
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
Connections and LEDs...........................................................................9
Connections ..............................................................................................9
Port locations ..........................................................................................10
Reader wiring ..........................................................................................10
Wiring of monitored input ........................................................................10
FOR inputs ..............................................................................................11
Jumper settings.......................................................................................12
LEDs .......................................................................................................13
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Cable specifications .............................................................................14
9
Programming and firmware download ...............................................14
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10.1
Disposal .................................................................................................15
Record of proper waste management.....................................................15
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Product description
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Product description
The ADE5300 is a Reader Interface Module (RIM) used as part of an integrated
Siemens access control and security solution. It provides an interface between an
Advanced Central Controller (AC5100) and up to eight readers/doors.
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Safety
PLEASE NOTE
PLEASE NOTE
DANGER
We decline any liability for material damage or personal injury caused by
improper use or non-observance of these safety instructions. In such case any
guarantee expires.
Connection, commissioning and maintenance must only be carried out by
suitably qualified personnel.
Correct and safe operation of this device depends on proper transport, storage,
installation and connection, as well as careful operation and maintenance.
Work on electrical systems should only be performed by trained personnel
under the supervision of a certified electrician in accordance with the
appropriate regulations.
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Technical specifications
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Technical specifications
Electrical
Power (input)
Consumption
12 V DC, -15 to +10% or
24 V DC, -15 to +10%
max. 2 A @ 12 V, max. 1.5 A @ 24 V
(max Consumption: All Relays are driven and all open
collector outputs are supplying the max. current of 100 mA.
The reader power supplies are not included!)
Communications FLN
Reader Interfaces
Lock output
Auxiliary output
Inputs (internally supplied)
Supervision
Fire Override (FOR) input
Fire Override (FOR) output
Local input
Local output
Reader Power supplies
Dimensions
with baseplate (W x H x D)
without baseplate (W x H x D)
Environmental
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Standards and Guidelines
European Directives
“Directive of Electromagnetic
Compatibility”
C-Tick
UL-Directives
RS-485 two wire, half-duplex
8 x Wiegand Reader Interfaces, or
1 x Siemens RS-485 Reader Interface for
connecting up to eight Readers
8 x Relay driven 2 A @ 30 V DC
8 x Open-Collector 100 mA @ 9.7 – 12 V DC
8 x Door contact
8 x Request-to-Exit
16 x Auxiliary
All inputs unsupervised or supervised
Requires connection of a supervision circuit.
2 x Normal or Enhanced Modes:
z Normal Mode requires an Input Voltage of
12 V DC
z Enhanced mode requires the connection of
22 kOhm resistor circuits. Cable must be shielded
and total cable run resistance must not exceed
100 Ohms.
2 x Relay 2 A @ 30 V DC
1 x passive device connection (unsupervised)
1 x open-collector 100 mA @ 9.7– 12 V DC
8 x 400 mA @ 9.7 – 12 V DC
1 x 1.5 A @ 9.7 – 12 V DC
250 x 287 x 50 mm (9.84 x 11.30 x 1.97")
216 x 267 x 37 mm (8.50 x 10.51 x 1.46“)
0 – 50 °C (32 – 122 °F)
0 – 60 °C (32 – 140 °F )
10 – 90% (non-condensing)
Emitted interference:
EN 61000-6-3: 2001
EN 55022 +A1 +A2 Kl. B: 2003
Interference resistance:
EN 50130-4 +A2: 2003
Standard for Australia and New Zealand (equivalent
to EN 55022 of the European Directive).
UL 294 Access control units
Details can be found under: http://database.ul.com/cgibin/XYV/template/LISEXT/1FRAME/gfilenbr.html with UL File
Number: BP9490
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Ordering data
3.1
Dimensions
Fig. 1
z Width:
Dimensions (including base plate)
250 mm (9.84“)
z Height: 287 mm (11.30“)
z Depht: 50 mm (1.97")
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Ordering data
Type
Part no.
Designation
Weight
ADE5300
S24246-A2500-A1
Eight Reader Interface
1.3 kg
Scope of delivery
1 x ADE5300 mounted on base plate
1 x accessory bag (resistors for monitored inputs)
1 x installation manual English
1 x installation manual German
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Installation
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Installation
Required tools & material
z Medium-duty drill and associated drill-bits
z 4 mounting screws or standoffs (approx. 4 mm)
z Flat-blade terminal screwdriver
z Wire cutters
z Cable strippers
Expected installation time
30 minutes
Mounting instructions
1.
Remove the ADE5300 from its carton and discard the packaging material.
2.
Place the ADE5300 (base plate) against the surface to which it is to be affixed
and mark the location of the mounting holes.
We recommend to mount the ADE5300 within a cabinet. Align the ADE5300
base plate with the holes located on the cabinet backplane and proceed to
step 3.
It is recommended that you affix the ADE5300 at all four of the mounting
locations provided.
Warning
Do not apply power to the ADE5300 or associated components at this stage.
3.
Select the appropriate drill bit according to the mounting surface / hole size
and drill the holes in the locations marked (if required).
4.
Fasten the ADE5300 (base-plate) to the surface using the correct type of
screws or standoffs for the surface.
5.
Connect the cabling to the ADE5300 PCB. See section 7.1: Connections.
6.
Apply power to the ADE5300 and test its operation.
This step may require installation and programming of the access control host
software and download of the firmware instruction set.
Alternatively, the firmware and configuration may carried out using the FLN
Field Service Tool.
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Connections and LEDs
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Connections and LEDs
7.1
Connections
It is recommended that you wear a grounding strap while carrying out this procedure.
1.
Connect each Wiegand reader to the appropriate READER port of the
ADE5300, or connect the SIEMENS RS485 readers to the SRB RS485 port.
Up to 8 Siemens RS485 readers can be daisy chained (from one reader to
another) on the same connection.
Each reader must be wired correctly. For more information, see Section 7.3: Reader wiring.
The total resistance for each reader cable must not exceed 16.8 Ohms.
2.
Connect the Request to Exit (REX) switch (e.g. door opener button) to the
appropriate REX input on the ADE5300.
3.
Connect each door contact (door monitor) to the appropriate D/C input port
on the ADE5300. For example, connect the contact for Door 1 to “D/C1”.
4.
Connect auxiliary inputs (if required) to the Input IN1 to IN16 on the PCB.
Listed end-of-line resistors must be connected to the wiring for each input device if they are to be
supervised. For more information, see Section 7.4: Wiring of monitored input.
Please note (this applies to all inputs): The total cable run resistance must not exceed 100 Ohms.
5.
Connect any auxiliary output devices to the AUX OUT ports (open collector)
on the ADE5300.
6.
Connect each door opener to the appropriate RELAY OUT port on the
ADE5300. Access doors can only be connected to output relays that are
controlled by readers.
7.
For example, connect the lock for door 1 to the “RELAY1 OUT” connection on
the ADE5300. Ensure that the power supply used to drive the lock is
sufficiently rated.
8.
Connect the wiring from the fire or emergency override system to the FOR
IN ports, if required. Ensure the correct FOR link settings are applied.
9.
Connect the next device in the Fire Override sequence to the FOR OUT ports
(only if required).
10. Connect the FLN wires (from the AC5100) to the FLN RS485 port.
11. Connect the active (+ve) and neutral (-ve) wires from the Power Supply Unit
(PSU) to the DC POWER INPUT port. Ensure the polarity of the connection is
made correctly.
12. Check all jumpers. For more information, see Section 7.6: Jumper settings.
13. Check all connections thoroughly, including the polarity of each connection.
Once you have verified all connections power can be applied to the ADE5300.
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Connections and LEDs
7.2
Port locations
Port name
Description
DC POWER INPUT
DC power input (12 V DC or 24 V DC)
FLN RS485
RS-485 bus for AC5100, FLN bus
READER 1-8
Card reader: communication, power, LED’s
RELAY 1-8 OUT
Door lock / strike relay driven output
D/C 1-8
Door contact
REX 1-8
Request to exit input (REX)
IN 1-16
Inputs
AUX 1-8
Open-collector 12 V DC outputs
∗
FOR inputs (e.g. fire alarm button)
FOR 1-2 OUT
∗
FOR outputs
LOCAL IN
Tamper input for local tamper detection
FOR 1-2 IN
7.3
LOCAL OUT
Alarm output (e. g. siren, strobe light)
SRB RS485
Connection for a serial card reader
SRB PWR
Power output for serial card readers
Reader wiring
Wiegand reader wiring
Reader Type
D0
D1
GRN
RED
0V
12 V
Wiegand
D0
D1
GRN
RED
0V
12 V
Clock/Data
Clk
Data
GRN
RED
0V
8 V/12 V
RS-485 reader wiring
7.4
Reader Type
12V
0V
TX/-
RX/+
RTS
CTS
CTS
RS-485
8V/12V
0V/GND
-
+
not
available
not
available
shield
Wiring of monitored input
1
Connect the shielding to the housing earth.
2
Insulate the shielding at the input (e.g. door contact), do not connect it.
3
DC: door contact
4
R: terminating resistors each 22 kOhm
Fig. 2
∗
Wiring of monitored input
FOR: Fire Override
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FOR inputs
ADE5300
∗
FOR input
(normal mode)
External device
Port
Fire alarm system
(+ UB)
Remark
Fire alarm system output:
Fire alarm system OK
Î +12 V
In case of fire alarm or
malfunction
Î0 V
∗
FOR input
(normal mode)
Fire alarm system
(relay contact)
Fire alarm system output:
Fire alarm system OK
Î contact between NO and COM
closed
In case of fire alarm or
malfunction
Î contact between NO and COM
open
∗
FOR input
Fire alarm system
Fire alarm system output:
(enhanced
mode)
(relay contact)
Fire alarm system OK
Î contact between NO and COM
closed
In case of fire alarm or
malfunction
Î contact between NO and COM
open
The following diagram provides an example for wiring a door lock in a fail-safe
mode for fire override operation.
∗
FOR: Fire Override
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Connections and LEDs
7.6
Jumper settings
Jumper
Description
Value
LK1 + LK2
BIAS
Jumper placed across LK1 and LK2:
These links enable the RS-485 bus biasing resistors. The
Î RS485-FLN biasing resistors enabled.
resistors create a voltage divider to force the voltage to be
LK1 LK2
less than the threshold of the receiver. This prevents invalid
data bits that are picked up from the noise on the cable from
being transmitted.
LK9 – LK16
FOR OUTPUT CONTROL
DIS
These links control the Fire Over-ride activation for each
individual relay output 1-8.
FOR 1
Depending on where you place the link, the relay output
behaviour will be modified by FOR 1 input, FOR 2 input, or
FOR will be disabled for that relay.
FOR 2
LK11
LK10
LK9
Relay output RELAY1 OUT (LK9) is set to FOR
disabled,
Relay output RELAY2 OUT (LK10) is set to FOR 1,
Relay output RELAY3 OUT (LK11) is set to FOR 2.
Configuration of the Fire Override mode:
FOR 2
FOR 1
– Enhanced FOR mode (monitored)
– Normal FOR mode (floating).
NORMAL
FOR MODE
+ LK21 and LK22
NORMAL
LK17 and LK18
LK21 LK22
LK17 LK18
Jumpers placed over both links (e.g. FOR1):
Î Input set to Normal FOR mode.
Both jumpers removed (e.g. FOR2):
Î Input set to Enhanced FOR mode.
LK19 and LK20 +
LK23 and LK24
FOR 2
FOR AKTIVATION
– FOR enabled
FOR 1
ENABLE
ENABLE
Î Activation of the FOR input will cause the appropriate
output relays to pick up or drop out depending on where
the links LK9 – LK16 are placed.
– FOR disabled
Î The input will have no effect on the relays.
LK25
LK23 LK24
LK19 LK20
FOR disabled
FOR enabled
EOL TERMINATION (Serial Reader Interface)
This link allows the Serial Card Interface communications channel to be terminated in noisy comms lines.
Note: It is only to be fitted on the first unit or the last unit on the bus.
LK26
EOL TERMINATION (FLN System Bus)
This link allows the RS485 bus communication channel to be terminated in lengthy comms lines – more than
100 m at 115 kb/s.
Note: Only units that are located at the ends of bus lines should have Link 26 set to on.
LK27
RESET (Restart)
Reset the ADE5300 retaining the unit’s firmware:
– Interrupt the power supply to the unit for 1 sec or
– Close link 27, wait for the activity LED to switch off, then remove LK2.
LK28
GP1 RESET MODE
Reset the firmware:
– Close LK28
– Close link 27, wait for the activity LED to switch off, then remove LK2.
– Remove LK28 before loading the new firmware
LK29
No Link – General purpose link included for future enhancement
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Connections and LEDs
7.7
LEDs
LED
ACT
Description
ACTIVITY LED
1. LED blinking quickly: Firmware needs to be downloaded
2. LED blinking slowly (approx. once per sec): Firmware has been downloaded
FLN COM
The LED flashes when the ADE5300 is sending data to the AC5100.
SRB COM
The LED flashes when the ADE5300 is receiving data from an RS485 card
reader.
RLY (1-8)
The Output relays status is displayed as activated with green LEDs.
IN1 – IN32
Status of inputs
REX1 – REX8
LED red: Alarm (Fire Override at FOR input)
DC1 – DC8
LED green: Normal
FOR1 IN - FOR2 IN LED orange: Tampering
LED off (only FOR1/2 IN): FOR disabled
ERROR
LED active: corrupt or non fully programmable EPROM
PWR
LED active: power is applied to the PCB
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Cable specifications
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Cable specifications
The table provides a guideline for selecting an appropriate cable type only.
Other cable types are also compatible with the system and can be used to achieve the same results.
Communication Type
Cores
Pairs
RS-485
4
2
6
3
8
4
4
2
6
3
8
4
4
2
6
3
8
4
8
RS-232
RS-422
RJ-45
RJ-12
Power (12/24
V DC)
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Recommended Cable Specifications
Wire Type
Insulation
Shield
Jacket
0.6
Tinned
Copper
Foam
Polyethylene
Aluminium foil - Polyester
tape / braided shield
PVC
7 x 32
0.6
Tinned
Copper
Foam
Polyethylene
Aluminium foil - Polyester
tape / no braid
PVC
24
7 x 32
0.6
Tinned
Copper
Foam
Polyethylene
Aluminium foil - Polyester
tape / no braid
PVC
4
24
Solid
0.6
Bare
Copper
4
24
7 x 32
0.6
Tinned
Copper
Polyethylene
Unshielded
PVC
8
8
4
24
Solid
0.6
Bare
Copper
8
4
24
7 x 32
0.6
Tinned
Copper
Polyethylene
Aluminium foil - Polyester
tape / no braid
PVC
2
1
18
19 x 30
1.0
Tinned
Copper
Foam
Polyethylene
Unshielded
PVC
AWG
Cores
J-Y(St)Y
Diameter
(mm)
28
7 x 36
24
Programming and firmware download
The ADE5300 is programmed using SiPass software, via the AC5100, or using the
„FLN Configurator“ application. Please refer to the appropriate User’s Manual for
more Information.
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Disposal
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Disposal
All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the
municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the
government or the local authorities.
This crossed-out wheeled bin symbol on the product means the product is
covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
The correct disposal and separate collection of your old appliance will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.
It is a precondition for reuse and recycling of used electrical and electronic
equipment.
For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact
your city office, waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the
product.
10.1
Record of proper waste management
A record of proper waste management is not required.
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Document No.
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Edition
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© 2008 Copyright by
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