System 5 Cutsheet
System 5
Multi-Door Access Control
Four Door Panel Supports 750 users, 250 events, full
duplex RS232, eight time schedules, sixteen holidays,
anti- passback, one auxiliary relay, door ajar and
request-to-exit input. (Order Model 4000)
Communications The RS232 full duplex output
supports the supplied ANSI VT-100 Video Display
Terminal and a serial printer for on-site reports. A PC
can be used for fast local programming or remote
programming with the addition of standard phone
modems.
Time Schedules The System has eight individual time
schedules. Each schedule includes 9 time cells and
each cell contains the seven days of the week and one
holiday, for a total of 64 time zones. These schedules
can be assigned to users or to a door or group of doors
for automatic operation.
Anti-Passback When using anti-passback, a card,
code or data chip used to operate a door on the
System 5 panel cannot access that port again until it is
used on the opposite port. Example: If a code is used
to gain access on Door 1 it will not work on Door 1
again until that same card, code or data chip is used on
Door 2. If the anti-passback feature is needed for a
door, two ports and two readers or keypads must be
used; one for entry and one for exit.
Relays The System has five heavy-duty relays. The
four 5 amp relays are usually used to lock and unlock
doors and the other relay (auxiliary relay) is available
for door ajar.
Inputs Door Ajar & Time Cancel - The System can
sense when a door (or switch) is opened, the length of
time it remains open, when it's closed, and if
programmed to do so, activate any of the auxiliary
outputs. Request-To-Exit - Use a normally open
button or passive infrared to allow emergency exit
from a locked area without having to use a keypad or
reader.
Back-up/Restore Software Each System includes a
complete back-up/restore software package that allows
the System operator to save and restore all
programmed data. The use of this software requires an
IBM PC or equivalent running DOS 6.22 and an
interconnect cable. All data entered in the system is
sent to the computer and stored on disk for later use.
Upon data loss, the data can be sent from the
computer to the system for data retrieval.
Additional Benefits & F eatures
-
14" Display Terminal
s upplied for on-site or
remote programming.
-
Program users with
custom time schedules
for doors.
-
Network panels to a fully
expanded 8 -door system.
-
-
Relays and Outputs are
programmable from 1
second to 250 seconds.
Control door locks,
garage doors, and
arm/disarm alarm panels
or shunt contacts.
-
250-event buffer.
-
Choose any card reader,
data chip reader and/or
any keypad for each port.
-
Year 2000 and Leap Year
compliant.
-
Built-in back-up software.
Printed Reports After a valid entry the System will
print:
the User’s Name, Door Description, Port
Number, Time and Date, and User Information. During
invalid attempts, the System prints Invalid Usage with
the code, card or chip number. In addition, Automatic
Door Operation, Request-To-Exit, Door Ajar/Door
Closed, and Zone Violations are printed.
-
Batch enroll keypad
codes or cards.
-
Program and print reports
locally or from a remote
location.
Expansion The System can easily expand to eight
doors with the addition of a Slave Control Unit (SCU).
Connect the SCU up to 500 feet from the System 5
using a three-conductor cable. If future expansion
requires more than eight doors, the system can be
upgraded to a larger PC based system that supports
128 doors and thousands of users.
-
Print user name, title and
keypad or card location.
System 5
Multi-Door Access Control System
Four Door System
Reader
Interface
Module
A
Reader
Interface
Module
A
Model
4000
B
C
Data
Chip
Adapter
D
B
Power
Supply
SPDT, N.O.
CONTACT
B
Power
Supply
SPDT, N.O.
CONTACT
Magnetic Lock or
Door Strike
16.5
VAC
40VA
SPDT, N.O.
CONTACT
Magnetic Lock or
Door Strike
Door 1
Door 2
OUT RTE
B
POWER
Supply
Power
Supply
SPDT, N.O.
CONTACT
Magnetic Lock or
Door Strike
Door 3
Magnetic Lock or
Door Strike
Door 4
OUT RTE
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
*
IN
Wiegand
Reader
0
OUT
IN
Keypad RTE
IN
Proximity
Reader
A - 8 conductor, 22 gauge, shielded, non-twisted - 50 feet maximum.
B - 8 conductor, 22 gauge, shielded, non-twisted - 500 feet maximum.
C - 8 conductor, 22 gauge, shielded, non-twisted - 1000 feet maximum.
D - 2 conductor, 18 gauge, 10 foot minimum.
OUT
RTE
Data Chip readers require a P/N 4301 Data Chip Adapter for each reader.
Card readers (Bar Code, Magnetic Stripe, Proximity and Wiegand) require a P/N 4141 Reader
Interface Module (RIM) for each reader.
Note:
The 4301 and 4141 require a 12VDC power supply (not shown). Order P/N 4094.
Model 4000
Communications
IN
Data Chip
Reader
Model 4009
E = Supplied 5' serial data cable.
F = 3 conductor, 22 gauge, shielded - 500 feet max.
G = 3 conductor, 22 gauge, shielded - 500 feet max.
Important: All wiring is non-twist.
E
F
Doors 1-4
Supplied Video Display
Terminal (VDT)
Supplied Serial Printer
Connect to Your VDT
Specifications:
*
*
*
*
Class II Transformer 16.5VAC @ 40VA
4 Amp/hr Standby Battery
4 Main Relays - Form C, 5A @ 30VDC
1 Aux Relay - Form C, 1A @ 30VDC
4 Normally Open Zone Inputs
4 Keypad or Reader Inputs
Cabinet Size: 15.5" X 11" X 4.5”
Operating Temperature: 32° F -110° F
* Model 4000 only
The Model 4009 adds four main relays,
zone inputs and four keypad or reader
inputs plus one auxiliary relay.
Ordering Information:
Panels
4000
4009
Readers
4307
4160
4075
4177
4178
4042
4044
Four Door Panel
Four Door Expansion Board
(Slave Control Unit - SCU)
Data Chip
Bar code
Outdoor Mag-Stripe
Proximity - 4"- 5"
Proximity - 3"- 4"
Wiegand - Beige Swipe
Wiegand - Black Swipe
Doors 5-8
If future expansion requires more doors, the System 5 can be
easily upgraded to a System 10, which can grow, in four door
increments, to a maximum of 128 doors and support
thousands of users.
G
Cards
4320
4321
4151
4074
4190
4192
4047
4049
Data Chip on Metal Tag
Data Chip Only
Bar code
Mag-Stripe
Proximity - Credit Card Size
Proximity - Key Tag Size
Wiegand - Photo ID (30 bit)
Wiegand - Standard (30 bit)
Keypads
4020
4012
4014
4064
4066
Indoor - 2 LEDs
Outdoor - 2 LEDs
Hidden View - 2 LEDs
Outdoor - Lock Box
Outdoor - 2 LEDs Hvy-Duty
Surge Protectors
For multiple transformers
4238
For RS232 line
4239
Use one for each panel
4240
Modems
4120
4121
4125
Wire
Power Supplies
6-12 volt for door locks
4094
(8 conductor, 22 gauge, non-twist)
4023
4022
Standard 1000 feet
Plenum 1000 feet
Request-To-Exit Buttons
Heavy-Duty - Illuminated
4035
Standard-Duty
4135
Phone Modem for Panel
Phone Modem for VDT
Short haul up to 1 mile
Accessories
Flush Mount Box for 4020
11
Surface Mount Box for 4012
12
Surface Mount Box for
14
Heavy-Duty and Outdoor
Keypads w/ Tamper
These specifications, product features and product information are subject to change without notice or obligation. Before purchasing or specifying this equipment, be sure to call Corby Customer
Service to verify the current status of intended products, software, or firmware features to ensure the product(s) will meet or exceed your requirements. These specifications and features were
written for the shipping version at the time this was printed (version 1.6h). Corby Industries, Inc. is not responsible for typographical error s.
Architectural Specifications:
The access control system will be a Corby Model 4000, “System 5”, or approved equal. System will control four doors and be expandable to control 8 doors by adding a model 4009 slave unit.
User, door and operating data will be programmed through the supplied, 14 inch, Model 4100 video display terminal. System will include a dot matrix, tractor feed, and 80-column printer. System
events and user data with time, date and location will be displayed on the terminal and can also be printed.
System will support 750 users, identified by name and number, and record the last 250
events. System will support a perpetual clock and calendar system accurate to the year 2086. System will contain eight time schedules and 16 holiday dates. Each schedule will have seven days
plus a holiday for a maximum of 64 time zones. Door relays will be operable by time schedules for automatic control of doors. Schedules will restrict access by time restriction of valid user codes.
System will support anti-pass-back when a keypad or reader is used on each side of the door. System will support duress codes and cards. System will accept model 4000 series keypads wired
directly or from a Wiegand-type, magnetic stripe, bar code, proximity or Data Chip reader connected through a Reader Interface Module (RIM) or Data Chip adapter. System will accept a Normally
Open (N.O.) door contact input for the purpose of monitoring door ajar status and to cancel any remaining “door open” time. System will support four request-to-exit inputs to service a Normally
Open (N.O.) egress device. The unit will be capable of operating and electric door locks via four C form relays each rated 5A @ 30VDC. System will provide an auxiliary relay contact rated1A @
30VDC, activated by duress codes, a door ajar condition or time schedules.
CORBY INDUSTRIES, INC.
1501 East Pennsylvania Street, Allentown, PA 18109 (610) 433-1412 FAX (610) 435-1963
Corby's always changing and improving their products. Please be sure to call and verify current specifications.
SYSTEM 5 CUTSHEET MODEL 4000 9938 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2001 Corby Industries, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in USA
http://www.corby.com
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement