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To add and delete users in card and PIN mode ( 3 1 # )
To Add a card and Pin user
(The PIN is any four digits between
0000 ~ 9999 with the exception of
1234 which is reserved.)
To change a PIN in card and PIN
mode (Method 1) Note that this is
done outside programming mode
so the user can undertake this
themselves
To change a PIN in card and PIN
mode (Method 2) Note that this is
done outside programming mode
so the user can undertake this
themselves
W1/W3-B Quick Reference Programming Guide
To enter the programming mode
To exit from the programming mode
* Master code #
888888 is the default factory master code
To delete a Card and PIN user just
delete the card
Add the card as for a card user
Press * to exit from the programming mode
Then allocate the card a PIN as follows:
* Read Card 1234 # PIN # PIN #
* Read Card Old PIN # New PIN # New PIN #
To change the master code
Enter the PIN then press #
For a card user
Read card
For a card and PIN user
Read card then enter PIN #
Keypad Lockout
7 1 #
Transmission Format:
Alarm Output
7 2 #
◆ 1: Keypad Transmission
The Reader will transmit the PIN data when it receives the last key (#) press after
PIN code.
To remove the alarm
To reset the Door Forced Open warning
To reset the Door Open Too Long warning
Read valid card or Master Code #
Close the door or Read vali d card or Master Code #
To se t the facility co de
Door relay time setting
Door relay time setting
4 0~99 #
The door relay time is between 0~99 seconds,
the factory default setting is 5 seconds.
* ID number# Old PIN # New PIN # New PIN #
To set the facility code of W1/W3B
(This operation might be required
when W1/W3-B is acting as
wiegand reader and connecting to
8 Facility code # Repeat Facility code #
Facility Code can be any number between
1~255 (Default: 0)
Format: Facility Code + PIN Code
(Facility code is any digits between 0~255, factory default is 0; Pin code is any 1~4
digits between 0~9999)
Example: Facility code: 1
PIN code: 5678
Press 5678 #, then the output format will be: 00105678
Format: Card Number (the last 8 digits of Card Number)
Remarks: No matter the card or pin is valid or invalid, the data will be transmitted
2 User ID #
0 # )
The operating is the same as adding and deleting
a card user in 3 2 #
Door Open Too Long (DOTL) warning. When used with an optional magnetic contact
or built-in magnetic contact of the lock, if the door is opened normally, but not closed
after 1 minute, the inside buzzer will beep automatically to remind people to close
the door and continue for 1 minute before switching off automatically.
Door Forced Open warning. When used with an optional magnetic contact or built-in
magnetic contact of the lock, if the door is forced open, or if the door is opened after
20 seconds of the electro-mechanical lock not closed properly, the inside buzzer
and alarm output will both operate. The Alarm Output time is adjustable between 0-3
minutes with the default being 1 minute.
11 Interconnecting Two Devices
11.1 W1/W3-B operating as a Wiegand Output Reader
In this mode the W1/W3-B supports a Wiegand 26 bit output so the Wiegand data lines
can be connected to any controller which supports a Wiegand 26 bit input. See figure 1.
To add a PIN user
To add a card user
User ID number
#
PIN
#
The ID number is any number between 1 ~ 2500.
The PIN is any four digits between 0000 ~ 9999
with the exception of 1234 which is reserved.
Users can be added continuously without exiting
programming mode
1 Read Card #
Cards can be added continuously without
exiting from programming mode
To delete All users
To delete ALL users. Note that
this is a dangerous option so use
with care
6 0 #
In this mode the W1/W3-B supports a Wiegand 26 bit input so an external Wiegand
device with a 26 bit output can be connected to the Wiegand input terminals on the
W1/W3-B. Either an ID card reader (125KHZ) or an IC card reader (13.56MHZ) can
be connected to the W1/W3-B. Cards are required to be added at the external reader,
except where an external EM reader is used, in this case cards can be added at either
reader or controller. See figure 2.
6
2
GND
V+
To add and delete card users by Manager cards
To delete a PIN or a card user
To delete card User by Manager
Delete Card
Manager add card Read card Manager add card
Cards can be added continuously.
Manager delete card Read Card Manager delete card
Cards can be deleted continuously.
To set the alarm output time (0~3
minutes) Factory default is 1 minute
D0
White
D1
#
GND
Green
D0
To enable door open detection
Special Power Supply
DC 12 V /3A
Pink
Alarm output time
To add card user by Manager Add Card
Users can be deleted continuously without
exiting from programming mode
2 0000 #
To disable door open detection.
(Factory default setting)
D1
Grey
ALARM-
Yellow
OPEN
Brown
9 0~3 #
Keypad Lockout & Alarm Output options. If there are 10 invalid cards or 10
incorrect PIN numbers in a 10 minute period either the keypad will lockout for 10
minutes or the alarm will operate for 10 minutes, depending on the option selected
below.
To Unlock the door
D_IN
Red
V+
GND
Power
Controller
AC&DC
Black
AC&DC
Blue
NO
Purple
COM
Orange
NC
(With Wiegand 26 inPut)
Normal status: No keypad lockout
or alarm
Present the card
.7.
Keypad/Reader/Controller
11.2 W1/W3-B operating as a Controller
The master code is any 6 digits
1
Waterproof
◆ 2: Proximity Card Transmission
The Reader will transmit the card data when it reads the Card.
Door Open Detection
No te that to un dertake the followi ng pr ogrammi ng the ma ster us er mus t be logged in
To Add and Delete a card user
For a PIN user
10.2 Door Relay, Door Open Detection, Alarm, Facility code Settings
To add a card user in card only mode ( 3
*
To unlock the door
Pink
GND
Green
D0
ALARM-
Grey
Exit button
Brown
D_IN
AC&DC
AC&DC
D1
GND
Yellow
OPEN
NC
COM NO +12V GND OPEN
D0
White
D1
+ Fail-Secure lock
+
Fail-Secure lock
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
#
V+
+
Door detecting switch
-
Alarm
Red
Black
Blue
NO
COM
NC
Wiegand reader
1
Purple
W1-B
W3-B
Orange
W1/W3-B
7 0 # (Factory default setting)
W1/W3-B
User manual
.8.
.9.
.10.
1. Packing list
Name
Quantity
Remark
l
Built in buzzer
l
Red, Yellow and Green LEDs display the working status
l
12~24V AC/DC
l
Two- year warranty
6. Wiring
GND
Colour
Function
Description
Digital Keypad W1/W3-B
1
Green
D0
Wiegand Output D0
User Manual
1
White
D1
Wiegand Output D1
Grey
Alarm -
Alarm Negative
Yellow
OPEN
Request to Exit Button
D_IN
Door Contact
AC&DC
1
Rubber bungs
4 4. Specifications
6*27mm, used for fixing
Self Tapping Screws
4
3.5*27mm, used for fixing
Manager Card
2
Manager Add Card & Manager Delete Card
Please ensure that all the above contents are correct. If any are missing please notify
the supplier of the W1/W3-B.
2. Description
Brown
12~24V AC/DC
Operating Humidity
5%~ 95% RH
Red
12~24V AC&DC
12~24V AC&DC Power Input
2500
Environment
Conforms to IP68
Black
12~24V AC&DC
12~24V AC&DC Power Input
12 keys, 2 x 6 digits(W1-B)
Adjustable Door Relay time 0~99 seconds
Blue
NO
Relay NO
12 keys, 3 x 4 digits(W3-B)
Adjustable Alarm Time 0~3 minutes
Purple
COM
Relay COM
EM 125 KHZ car d/ Tag
Wiegand Interface
Orange
NC
Relay NC
Pink
GND
W1/W3-B Negative
Keypad
Card Type
W1/W3-B is single door multifunction access controller or a Wiegand output keypad or
card reader. It is suitable for mounting either indoor or outdoor in harsh environments. It
is housed in a strong, sturdy and vandal proof Zinc Alloy electroplated case.
The electronics are fully potted so the W1/W3-B is waterproof and conforms to IP68.
The W1/W3-B supports up to 2500 users in either a Card, 4 digit PIN, or a Card + PIN
option. The inbuilt card reader supports EM, 125KHZ frequency card/Tag. The W1/W3B has many extra features including block enrollment, wiegand 26 bits interface, and backlit
keypad...etc.
These features make the W1/W3-B an ideal choice for door access not only for small
shops and domestic households but also for commercial and industrial applications
such as factories, warehouses, laboratories, banks and prisons.
Active Current
<80mA
Idle Current
≤40mA
Lock Output Load
Max 2A
Alarm Output Load
Max 20A
Wiegand 26 input & output
Electric Lock, Exit Button,
Wiring Connections
Dimensions
Net Weight
550 g
Gross Weight
700 g
Connection Diagram
GND
.1.
8
9
0
ALARM-
Black
Exit from the programming mode
Purple
Orange
Open the door
Alarm
Bright
Bright
-
Bright
-
Bright
-
Buzzer
Short Ring
Short Ring
Short Ring
3 Short Ring
Short Ring
Short Ring
Short Ring
NO
NC
Grey
-
Brown
7. To Reset to Factory Default
J1
Door detecting switch
Red
Black
To exit from the programming mode
* Master code #
888888 is the default factory master code
*
To change the master code
0 New code # New code #
The master code is any 6 digits.
Setting the working mode:
W3-B
Purple
8. Anti Tamper Ala rm
Orange
Electric bo lt:
NC
Electric strike :
NO
PCB connect diagram
.2.
To add a card user (Method 1)
This is a fast way to enter cards
using ID number auto generation.
2 User ID number #
Users can be deleted continuously without
exiting programming mode
*
ID number # Old PIN # New PIN # New PIN #
+
-
Lock
Set valid card only users
3 0 # Entry is by Card only
Set valid card and PIN users
3 1 # Entry is by Card and PIN together
Set valid card or PIN users
3 2 # Entry is by either Card or PIN (default)
The W1/W3-B uses a LDR (light dependent resistor) as an anti tamper alarm. If the
keypad is removed from the cover then the tamper alarm will operate.
1 Read Card
1 ID number # Card #
To ad d ca rd us er (Met ho d 3)
Add a se ries ca rds us er s
Bl ock Enr ol lment
5 ID number # 8 digits Card number # Card quantity #
Ca rd quantity is betwe en 1~2 500.
Th e 8 digits card numbe r is the last 8 digits on
the card.
Max imum 2500 cards can be enrolled at a stretch
wi thin 3 mi nutes.
To delete card user by card
number.
Note Users can be deleted
continuously without exiting
from programming mode.
2 Read Card
To delete a card user by user ID.
This option can be used when a
user has lost their card
2 User ID
Common Power Supply
.3.
.4.
.5.
#
Cards can be added continuously without exiting
programming mode
To add a card user (Method 2)
This is the second way to enter
cards using User ID Allocation.
In this method a User ID is allocated
to a card. Only one user ID can be
allocated to a single card.
Remarks: Reset to factory default, the user's information is still retained.
Blue
W1/W3-B
10.1 User Settings
To add and delete users in either card or PIN mode ( 3 2 # ) (Default setting)
W1-B
To Delete a PIN user
1 User ID number # PIN #
The ID number is any number between 1 ~
2500. The PIN is any four digits between 0000
~ 9999 with the exception of 1234 which is
reserved. Users can be added continuously
without exiting from programming mode as
follows:
1 User ID No 1 # PIN # User ID No 2 # PIN #
To change the PIN of a PIN user
No te tha t to un de rtake the fol lowi ng pr og rammi ng the mas ter us er mus t be log ge d in
To reset to factory default, power off, press * , hold it and power on, release it until
hear two beeps and the LED shines in orange, then read any two EM cards, the LED will
turn in red, means reset to factory default setting successfully. Of the two EM cards
read, the first one is Manager Add card, the second one is Manager Delete card.
Pow er“+”
Anti-demolition alarm
To add a PIN users
Alarm
10. W1/W3-B Deta iled Pro gra mming Guide
Connect the negative pole of the lock to NC is for Fail safe lock.
Connect the negative pole of the lock to NO is for Fail-secure lock.
J1
#
Operation failed
Enter into programming mode
In the programming mode
Blue
Exit button
Yellow
OPEN
NC
AC&DC
COM
OPEN
D_IN
AC&DC
D0
D1
ALARM-
GND
D0
D1
OPEN
D_IN
NO
NC
AC&DC
AC&DC
ALARM-
GND
COM
Alarm
To enter the programming mode
White
D1
NO
6
+
Power
AC&DC
12~24V/3A
Green
D0
COM
4
-
Notes:
Power“+”
AC&DC
7
Alarm“-”
Pink
AC&DC
5
Operation successful
+
Door detecting switch
Red
Blue Light
-
programming mode)
D_IN
3
+
Green Light
Bright
-
(Note:This step must be done out of
Alarm “-”
l
Remove the back cover from the keypad using the supplied security screwdriver
l
Drill 4 holes on the wall for the screws and I hole for the cable
l
Fix the back cover firmly on the wall with 4 flat head screws
l
Thread the cable through the cable hole
l
Attach the keypad to the back cover.
2
-
Red Light
Bright
Bright
Bright
Special Power Supply
Alarm
5. Installation
1
-
Fail-secure lock
Operation Status
Power on
Stand by
Press keypad
W 1/ W3-B
L128 x W82 x H28 mm(W3-B)
3. Features
l
Waterproof, conforms to IP68
l
Strong Zinc Alloy Electroplated anti-vandal case
l
Full programming from the keypad
l
2500 users, supports Card, PIN, Card + PIN
l
Can be used as a stand alone keypad
l
Programmable one relay output
l
Backlight keypad
l
Wiegand 26 input & output
l
Adjustable Door Output time, Alarm time, Door Open time
l
Block enrollment, can enroll maximum 2500 consecutive card within 3 minutes
l
Very low power consumption (60Ma)
l
Fast operating speed, <20ms with 2500 users
l
Easy to install and program
l
Built in light dependent resistor (LDR) for anti tamper
NC
+
Exit button
COM NO +12V GND OPEN
DOTL, External Alarm
L135 x W58 x H26 mm(W1-B)
Operating Temperature -25~60℃
COM
Wiegand D1
Brown
AC&DC
NO
Wiegand D0
White
Yellow
OPEN
User Capacity
Green
Grey
ALARM-
Operating Voltage
Card Reading Distance 3~6 cm
( W1-B&W3-B are in the same function, only different in shape. )
D-IN
D1
In4004
Screw driver
NC
D0
9. Sound and Light indication
Power
DC 12 V /3A
Pink
.6.
#
#
SELF INSTALL - NEED TECHNICAL
ASSISTANCE?
OPTION 1: DIRECT WITH THE SERVICE DESK – QUICKEST AND MOST EFFECTIVE METHOD
Submit your enquiry direct with the service desk at – service@automaticsolutions.com.au
The service desk has the most experienced staff in Australia to help with your problem but they need your help.
 Describe your problem in detail and as clearly as possible. Don’t forget to include a telephone number.
 Be certain to detail which model or models of you are working with.
 Send photos of the installation – they love photos. The people at the service desk are good but they are
even better when they can see the installation. Send photos of the overall scene so they can see the
entire installation. Also send photos of the wiring to the control board and any other part of the
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Make contact with the store of purchase. Branch staffs are typically not technicians and dependent on their length
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If you fall within the local branch service area it may be possible to book a local technician to look at your
installation. Wait times will vary dependent on local workloads. The cost is a service fee which includes the first
half hour and the hourly rate thereafter. If any Automatic Solutions provided parts are found to be defective and
within warranty these will be provided free of charge.
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As a self install customer who has purchased product if you believe the product to be faulty rather than an
installation or site problem you have the option of returning the product for evaluation and to exercise your right
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