4300 Stand-Alone Data Chip Manual

4300 Stand-Alone Data Chip Manual
Stand-Alone Data Chip System
OVERVIEW
This Data Chip System supports up to
17 users and each user can be added or
deleted in a matter of seconds. This
System can be used in a variety of
Security and Access Control
applications because the built-in relay
can switch power to an electric Door
Lock, arm or disarm Alarm Systems,
shunt Alarm Devices, or operate a
Garage Door. The Voltage Driver can
operate a LED and a buzzer. The
special Printer Output can send
System activity data to an optional
Corby Printer Interface Module.
QUICK START
Connect ions to the circuit board:
To QuickTest the unit...
- Momentarily touch your master
Chip to the Reader.
If the LED and the for
relay activate
about two (2) seconds*, the unit is
working.
If you are the only person using this
unit and a relay activation time of two
seconds is OK for you, all
progra mming is finished and the unit
is ready for normal use.
If you need to program additional
User Chips into the unit, go to the next
section titled: ADD THE FIRST
USER .
- Remove this Chip. Mark it:
"USER 1"
The LED will flash for another 30
seconds while the unit is waiting for
the next User Data Chip to be touched
to the Reader.
To Add Additional UsersTouch
the
next User Data Chip to the Reader.
The LED will turn on steady for one
second to verify correct data entry.
- Remove the Chip. Mark it:
"USER 2"
Continue until you have touched all
the chips to the Reader (16 maximum)
and have marked them #1, #2, #3, etc.
- Two wires from the Reader.
- Two wires from the green LED.
- Two wires with 12 Volts DC power.
- The green LED should be flashing.
Get a Data Chip ready. The Chip you
choose is not important because, for
now, any Data Chip will work.
- Touch and remove this Chip.
- The LED stops flashing and glows
steady.
If you want to change the currently
programmed relay time, you must first
go to the section titled: ERASE
EVERYTHING and clear memory.
When you're done, return to:
SETTING THE RELAY TIME or
QUICK START .
ADD THE FIRST USER
User chips will always be
programmed into the lowest available
user slot starting at memory slot #1.
- Holdfast
until the LED to
starts
flash .
How To Exit Program Mode
When you are finished adding users,
either do
or nothing for thirty seconds
touch the Master Chip to the Reader
In either case, the LED will turn off
and stop flashing. The unit is now
ready for normal operation.
- Immediately remove the
Master Chip.
The LED will flash for 30 seconds.
- The LED will turn off.
While the LED is flashing:
Because this Chip was the first (1st)
Chip programmed into the unit, it
automatically becomes the Master
Chip .
- Please mark this Chip: "MASTER"
And... Because you waited two (2)
seconds*, you just programmed the
built-in relay to operate for two
seconds. Had you waited ten (10)
seconds, you would have programmed
the relay time for ten seconds.
Please remember that the Master Chip
occupies memory slot zer o (0).
Regular users occupy slots 1 - 16.
- Touch and Hold the Master
chip to the reader until the LED
turns on.
- Wait two (2) seconds*
- Re-touch the Chip to the Reader and
immediately remove it.
To enable you to accurately delete
User Chips from this System at a later
date, a written record should be kept
of all active User Chips by name and
their respective memory slot.
- Touch
the first User Chip
Reader.
to the
If the LED stops flashing and glows
steady for one second, that Data Chip
read was OK and the Serial Number
of the Chip was successfully stored in
memory slot #1.
If the LED continues to flash and does
not glow steady for one second... the
User Chip probably, was already
programmed into the System. Refer
to: Testing User Chips
.
Testing User Chips
To test Chips, you may not be in any
Add or Erase Mode and the LED must
be off. If in doubt, see the above
paragraph.
Touch any Chip (the Master or Chips
1-16) to the Reader. If the relay
activates , the unit is working c orrectly.
If the LED is connected correctly, it
will also activate.
If the wiring and installation is
complete, no further programming is
necessary and the unit is ready for use.
SETTING THE RELAY TIMEERASE ONE USER
If you want to change any of the relay
parameters and
you have already
executed QUICK
or
STARTADD THE
FIRST USER, you must go to the
Section titled: ERASE EVERYTHING
and execute that function. Ensure that
the LED is fluttering at the rate of 10X
per second (memory clear condition).
Relay Description: It is a "C" form,
SPDT type with isolated (dry) relay
contacts. To access the relay, connect
the White and Green or Blue wires.
This Section assumes that you have
the LED connected correctly and you
also have the Master Chip and at least
one or more User Chips programmed.
Remember there are a total of 17
memory slots available. The Master
Chip always occupies slot #0 and, is
never displayed in the below
sequence.
Valid User Chips can only occupy
memory slots 1 - 16.
If slots 1 through 6 are filled with
active user chips, the LED will light
six times.
If no User Chips are programmed into
the unit, the LED will not light.
An erased user slot is replaced with a
LED flutter (flash rate of 10 times per
second). That specific memory slot is
empty because the User Chip that used
to occupy that slot was erased at some
earlier date.
Example of the LED Pattern
In this example memory slots 1, 3, 5,
and 6 are filled with valid Data Chips.
Any of these chips may be erased.
Momentary: The relay/door will
activate for a pre-selected time period
(in seconds) whenever a valid Chip is
touched to the Reader.
To Enter the Erase Mode
- Touch and Hold the Master Chip to
the Reader for the th ree (3) stage
LED sequence.
You may program thi s System with
any momentary time period ranging
from one second to 65,535 seconds.
- The LED steady.
turns on (1)
- The LED starts to . fast
(2) flash
- The LED steady.
turns on (3)
To program this unit for a specific
momentary time period return to
QUICK START. Substitute your new
time (in seconds) for the original two
second* time described in that section.
- Immediately remove the Master
Chip
LFighted LED luttering LED
- The LED . turns off
start 1 2 3 4 5 6 end
Memory slots two & four memory
and
slots 7 through 16 are currently empty.
This is how the LED will light to
indicate the memory status.
start endL F L F L L
You are now in the Erase Mode.
Example: If a sixty (60) second
momentary relay time is desired,
touch and remove the Master Chip
from the reader, wait until the LED
turns on, count 60 seconds, and then
re-touch the Reader. You are finished
programming the relay.
Latc hing Description: The relay (or
the door) will alternate between open
& closed. When a valid Chip is
touched to the Reader, the door will
open. The next time a valid Chip is
touched, the door will close. This
constant pattern of open/closed
will continue and repeat itself.
To enable the Latching Function
:
- Remove power
all
from the unit.
- Cut the metal lead on resistor R1.
- Re-apply power to the unit
Go to QUICK
but remember
START
that now, there is no
wait period. As
soon as the first Chip is touched to the
Reader, it becomes the Master , the
LED will stop fluttering and turn off.
No further programming is necessary
unless you want to add more users.
ERASE ALL USERS
- The LED will for
light
the 1st time.
- While the LED is lit, the
touch
- Touch and Hold the Master Chip
to the Reader for the first four (4)
stages of the LED sequence.
Master Chip to the Reader.
- The LED steady.
turns on (1)
The LED immediately starts to flutter
and User #1 is automatically erased
from memory slot 1.
- The LED starts to . fast
(2) flash
- The LED steady.
turns on
Touch the Master Chip to the reader
whenever the LED count the
matches
desired user slot you wish to erase.
After displaying t he last occupied user
slot, the LED stops the sequence,
turns off, and the unit is ready for use.
The LED lights in a slow sequence.
A lighted LED last for about three
seconds. The first time it lights
represents memory slot #1. The
second time it lights represents
memory slot #2, etc, etc. If all slots
are filled, the LED will light for a total
of sixteen times.
(3)
- The LED starts to slow
(4) flash
- Immediately remove the Master
Chip.
- Immediately re-touch the Master
Chip
- The LED . turns off
All User Chips have been erased from
the System. Original Master Chip
data is retained in slot zero (0). Relay
parameters remain unchanged.
This sequence takes approximately
15 seconds.
ERASE EVERYTHING
This option deletes the Master Chip
and all
from
user
theChipsand
unit
resets any momentary relay time to
zero seconds. If the relay was
configured for latching, it will
continue to be latching.
- Remove power
all
from the unit.
- Wait ten (10) seconds.
- Connect power while holding
either
the RTE button or shorting the
Orange and Black wires together for
15 seconds.
If a printer is used and an
unprogrammed chip is touched to the
Reader, it will print as CODE ER
00099.
Programmed Chips will print their
actual memory location slots, 00000
for the Master and 00001 thru 00016
for any User Chips.
AUDIBLE FEEDBACK
A miniature 12VDC electronic buzzer
can be wired in parallel with the LED
to produce audible feedback which
can assist you while programming the
unit. It is also useful for normal Data
Chip operation.
Memory is now cleared.
The LED will start "fluttering" at the
rate of 10 times a second. Go to the
section titled: QUICK START
Use Radio Shack part #273-026 or
#273-055 and see Diagram 2 for
installation instructions.
PRINTED REPORTS
UNLIMITED USERS
For special low security applications
such as Elevator Control or general
passage doors, the unit can be
programmed to accept virtually any
Data Chip.
This feature allows a hundreds or
thousands of Data Chip holders quick
access to the device or area and these
users do not have to be individually
programmed into the unit. The mere
fact that they have a Data Chip in their
possession allows them quick access.
WARNING: In this unlimited mode,
the unit will accept Data
ANY Chip
ever manufactured or distributed by
any vendor.
To program for unlimited users:
- Remove power from t he unit
- Cut the metal lead on resistor R2
- Re-apply power to the unit
The unit is now in Unlimited Mode.
There are 17 individual memory slots
still available for programming. The
only reason to fill these memory slots
is to have a printed record of these
users as they use this Data Chip unit.
An optional Corby Printer Interface
(CPI) module is required.
VERY IMPORTANT!
When touching a Data Chip to the
reader... be sure the side of the Chip is
touching the inside rim of the reader,
and the center of the Chip is touching
the center of the reader.
With the addition of a Keypad Control
Center (KCC), Model #6099, you can
turn Corby Data Chip Readers into a
multi-face ted and very sophisticated
Digital Access System.
It's low cost design allows connection
to almost any kind of serial or parallel
printer. All user information can be
programmed with a low cost Keypad,
a Video Display Terminal, or any
Personal Computer that has a Terminal
Software Package installed.
Contact MUST be made with both the
center and the inside rim of the reader.
While programming the unit and
doing a Touch
sequence,
and Hold
DO NOT slide the Master Chip
around! You must apply constant
pressure to ensure the outer edge of
the chip is in continuous contact with
the inside rim of the Reader.
If contact between the Master Chip
and reader is "broken" the sequence
will abort.
CAUTION !!!
If you use this unit to operate a DC
door strike, magnetic lock, relay, or
any device that has a coil (inductive
load) powered from a DC source, you
must install a diode in parallel across
the coil terminals. Use a Corby
1N4002 or Radio Shack # 276-1102.
This diode is supplied with each Data
Chip System.
HOW THE KCC WORKS
After touching a valid chip the KCC
willprint: Reader used, Time and
Date, CODE OK or the Users Name,
and the User Number. If an
unprogrammed Data Chip is touched
to the reader the CPI will print: C ODE
ER.
The amount of zero's which precede
the user number is determined by the
set-up on the CPI.
Connect the stripe side of the diode to
the coil terminal that becomes
positive. Connect the unmarked end
of the diode to the negative side of the
coil.
DC Coil
(+)
(-)
Here's a sample printout using a five
(5) digit length:
Diode
02 11:20 05/26 CODE OK 00002
04 11:44 05/26 CODE OK 00016
16 12:07 05/26 CODE OK 00099
or... if using names
05 14:12 05/26 TOM SMITH
11 15:32 05/26 CARL BENNER
13 17:40 05/26 UNLIMITED
00004
00007
00099
Proper installation of this diode will
prevent the high voltage spike that
occurs when a coil is de-energized.
you do not use this diode, you may
have experimental results and/or
damage the Data Chip System.
If
STATIC PROTECTION
The static grounding strap included
with this unit must be used. This strap
consists of a ring terminal, disc
capacitor, and black wire. Connect
one end of the strap to the negative ( )
power supply and connect the ring
terminal to one of the screws between
the plate and the wall. If using a
reader without a plate, the grounding
strap is not necessary.
WARNING
This unit normally requires a constant
voltage source using a battery backed
up power supply for proper relay
operation.
During some programmi ng sequences
and during power up sequence, the
relay may operate without prior
warning. If this unit is connected to
industrial machinery or some garage
doors, injury could occur.
If this unit is configured for latching
operation and power is lost to the unit,
the relay will return to its last known
position upon re-application of power.
Therefore, it is recommended that this
relay be wired in a fail safe
configuration.
It is the responsibility of the installer
to ensure final connections are no t
made until the unit is fully
programmed and operating in a safe
manner.
SPECIFICATIONS
Input Voltage: 9-14 VDC Only
Power: 20mA idle, 120mA max
Relay : Miniature Form C, Dry Contacts
rated at 5 Amps and 30VDC.
LED Driver : Open collector, NPN
transistor switches negative ( ) upon
activation. Can sink up to 50mA
maximum.
CPI Output : NPN transistor, pulse
train. Software format is available.
Memory : EEPROM
Operating Temp : 18C - 55C (0F-131F)
Dimensions in inches: (H X W X D)
Mullion plate: 3.125" X 1.375" X 1.00"
Single gang plate: 4.5" X 2.75" X 1.00"
Circuit board: 2.5" X 1.6" X 1.25"
WIRE CONNECTIONS
Black ( ) negative 12VDC supply
voltage input. Also connects to the
Black wire on the Data Chip Reader.
Red (+) positive supply voltage input.
This voltage should be uninterrupted
and able to supply a minimum of
120mA for the circuit board, and
20mA for each LED.
Orange is the Request To Exit (RTE)
input trigger. When this wire is
momentarily connected to the negative
( ) supply voltage input, the relay will
activate.
Yellow is the LED Driver. This output
is capable of switching negative up to
50mA. Connect to the Yellow wire of
the LED(s) (Models 4340-4343).
USER WORKSHEET
To enable you to accurately delete
User Chips from this System at a later
date, a written record should be kept
of all active User Chips by name and
their respective memory slot.
0 __________________________
1 __________________________
2 __________________________
3 __________________________
4 __________________________
5 __________________________
6 __________________________
7 __________________________
8 __________________________
9 __________________________
Connect the Yellow wire to the Brown
wire (Models 4307/4308).
10 _________________________
11 _________________________
Grey is the Reader Input Wire.
Connect to the Grey wire on the Data
Chip Reader.
Brown is the Printer Data Output.
Connect to the desired channel input
(2-16) on the optional Model #6099
Corby Printer Interface (CPI). Note:
A common negative ( ) wire is needed
between the CPI and the Model #4345
circuit board black wire.
White is the common relay contact.
Green is the Normally Open relay
contact.
Blue is the Normally Closed relay
contact.
BUZZER/SPEAKER:
Black connects with the Yellow LED
wire and/or the Yellow ( ) LED Driver
wire on the circuit board.
Red connects with the Red LED wire
and/or the Red wire of the circuit
board which is the (+) positive VDC
supply voltage input.
12 _________________________
13 _________________________
14 _________________________
15 _________________________
16 _________________________
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Corby products, or download
thousands of programs, you can use a
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FIG. 1 12 VOLT (DC) MAGNETIC LOCK WITH REQUEST TO EXIT BUTTON (RTE)
GROUNDING STRAP
BLK
RED
ORN
YEL
GRY
12 VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
()
BLK READER
GRY READER
(+)
Corby Model 4345
12VDC
MAG LOCK
(+)
R3
R2
R1
YEL WIRE (LED)
()
WHT
BLU
RED WIRE (LED)
5 AMPS MAX
AT 30 VOLTS
RTE BUTTON
OPEN CIRCUIT
CONTACT
1N4001
DIODE
Models #4340 to 4349
FIG. 2 ACTIVATING A 12 VOLT (DC) DOOR STRIKE AND A 12VDC BUZZER
GROUNDING STRAP
12VDC
BUZZER
BLK
RED
RED WIRE (LED)
()
Corby Model 4345
5 AMPS MAX
AT 30 VOLTS
GRY READER
Models #4340 to 4349
12 VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
(+)
(+)
R3
R2
R1
12VDC
DOOR STRIKE
()
GRN
WHT
BLK READER
YEL WIRE (LED)
YEL
GRY
1N4001
DIODE
FIG. 3 OPENING AN ELECTRIC GARAGE DOOR
GROUNDING STRAP
BLK
RED
RED WIRE (LED)
12 VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
Corby Model 4345
GRY READER
N.O. CIRCUIT
GARAGE DOOR
OPENER BUTTON
ä
ä
TO GARAGE DOOR
OPENER
Models #4340 to 4349
(+)
R3
R2
R1
()
GRN
WHT
BLK READER
YEL WIRE (LED)
YEL
GRY
5 AMPS MAX
AT 30 VOLTS
FIG. 4 SHUNTING MAGNETIC CONTACT #1 IN AN ALARM LOOP (LATCHING RELAY)
GROUNDING STRAP
BLK
RED
RED WIRE (LED)
5 AMPS MAX
AT 30 VOLTS
ä
TO
ALARM PANEL
CLOSED CIRCUIT
LOOP
BLK READER
Models #4340 to 4349
12 VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
Cut Resistor R1
2
ä
(+)
R3
R2
R1
1
()
GRN
WHT
GRY READER
YEL WIRE (LED)
YEL
GRY
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