IEI Prox Pad Plus
IEI prox.padTM
Proximity Reader/Keypad
Access Control
Installation/Programming Manual
www.ieib.com
 Copyright 2001
International Electronics, Inc.
prox.pad Installation/Programming Manual
Part Number 6055676, Rev. 2.0
Fax Document Number: 5748
PP3, D2
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction/
Installation
1.1 About this Manual ............................................... 1-1
1.2 Safety Warnings and Cautions .......................... 1-1
1.3 Design Change Disclaimer................................. 1-1
1.4 Reproduction Disclaimer.................................... 1-1
1.5 Technical Support................................................. 1-2
1.6 Warranty ................................................................ 1-2
1.7 Items Supplied from the Factory ...................... 1-3
1.8 Items the Installer Must Supply........................ 1-3
1.9 General Description............................................. 1-4
1.9.1 Design Function ............................................ 1-4
1.10 Operating Modes .............................................. 1-5
1.11 prox.pad Operation ........................................... 1-6
1.12 Installation Configurations............................... 1-9
1.13 Other Installation Considerations................... 1-10
1.13.1 Power Supply/Current Requirements ..... 1-10
1.13.2 Gang Box and Mounting ........................... 1-10
1.13.3 Mounting the Unit on Metal..................... 1-10
1.13.4 RF Interference ............................................ 1-10
1.14 Checking the Cables.......................................... 1-11
1.15 Mounting the prox.pad Unit ........................... 1-15
1.15.1 Performing a Wall Mounted
Installation ............................................................... 1-15
1.15.2 Performing a Glass Mounted
Installation ............................................................... 1-17
1.15.3 Performing a Secure Installation .............. 1-19
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1.16 Inserting Circuit Boards ....................................1-23
1.17 Defaulting prox.pad Memory ..........................1-24
Chapter 2: Standalone Mode
2.1 Standalone Mode Description............................2-1
2.1.1 New Standalone Features ............................2-1
2.2 Inputs/Outputs......................................................2-2
2.3 Unit Capacity ........................................................2-3
2.4 Alarm Output Selection ......................................2-3
2.5 Wiring the prox.pad Unit....................................2-4
2.5.1 Wiring the AUX Relay for Use as
Alarm Shunt.............................................................2-4
2.5.1.A Wiring the Alarm Shunt Relay ...........2-4
2.5.2 Wiring the AUX Relay for Use as
Forced Door .............................................................2-6
2.5.2.A Wiring the Forced Door Relay............2-6
2.5.3 Wiring the AUX Relay for Use as
Propped Door ..........................................................2-8
2.5.3.A Wiring the Propped Door Relay ........2-8
2.5.4 Wiring the Door Contact Input...................2-10
2.5.5 Wiring the REX Switch (Request to Exit) ..2-12
2.5.6 Wiring the Main Relay..................................2-14
2.6 Testing the prox.pad.............................................2-16
2.6.1 Testing the Controller/Keypad.....................2-16
2.7 Programming in Standalone Mode...................2-17
2.7.1 Programming from the Keypad ..................2-17
2.7.1.A. Master Code..........................................2-17
2.7.1 B. prox.pad Default Settings...................2-18
2.7.1.C Changing the Main Relay Time .........2-21
2.7.1.D Resetting the Master Code and
System Defaults Only .......................................2-21
2.7.1.E Erasing Entire Memory/Resetting System Defaults........................................................2-22
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2.7.1.F Turning Audio Keypress Feedback
ON/OFF .............................................................. 2-22
2.7.1.G Turning Visual LED/Keypress
Indicator ON/OFF............................................. 2-23
2.7.1.H Adding New or Changing Existing
Codes/Cards ....................................................... 2-24
2.7.1.I Adding Cards via Batch Entry ............ 2-26
2.7.3 Programming for BOTH Code and Card . 2-27
2.7.3.A Code/Card Users .................................. 2-27
2.7.3.B Programming User Data,
Command 50, Full Format............................... 2-27
2.7.3.C Quick Program Feature....................... 2-28
2.7.3.D Programming Code ONLY Use ........ 2-28
2.7.3.E Programming Code AND Card Use . 2-28
2.7.3.F Programming Card ONLY Use ......... 2-29
2.7.3.G Programming Code OR Card............ 2-29
2.7.4 Programming a Toggle User........................ 2-30
2.7.5 Programming User Types ............................ 2-31
2.7.6 Deleting Users ............................................... 2-32
2.7.7 Timed Anti-Passback..................................... 2-33
2.7.8 Batch Load by Presentation ........................ 2-34
2.7.9 Block Delete of Users ................................... 2-35
2.7.10 Invalid PIN Lockout ................................... 2-35
2.7.10.A Forced Door Output .......................... 2-36
2.7.10.B Timed Lockout Function ................... 2-36
2.7.10.C Clearing an Active Timed IPL.......... 2-37
2.8 Using the Printing Features ............................... 2-38
2.8.1 Selecting Transaction Log Information ..... 2-38
2.8.2 Printing a Transaction Log........................... 2-39
2.8.2.A Programming a Transaction Dump
Code .................................................................... 2-40
2.8.2.B Printing a Transaction Log
Manually............................................................. 2-40
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2.8.2.C Erasing a Transaction Log ...................2-42
2.8.2.D Printing a Programmed Users List ....2-42
2.9 Standalone Programming Commands .............2-44
Chapter 3: Wiegand
Front End Mode
3.1 Wiegand Front End Mode Description ............3-1
3.2 Wiring the Wiegand Front End .........................3-2
3.2.1 Wiring to the Wiegand Panel ......................3-2
3.3 Wiegand Front End Programming....................3-4
3.3.1 Mode and Wiegand Front End Select........3-4
3.3.2 Wiegand Keypad Data..................................3-4
3.3.3 Card Data ........................................................3-4
3.3.4 Corporate 1000 ...............................................3-5
3.3.5 LED Active States...........................................3-5
3.4 Wiegand Programming Commands .................3-7
Chapter 4: Hub Front End Mode
4.1 Hub Front End Mode Description ....................4-1
4.1.1 Allowable Card Types ...................................4-1
4.1.2 Selecting Between Modes ............................4-2
4.2 Wiring the Hub Front End..................................4-3
4.3 Performing a Self-Test ..........................................4-4
4.4 Hub Front End Commands ............................4-6
4.4.1 In/Out Select ...................................................4-6
4.4.2 Facility Match Required................................4-6
4.4.3 Prox Card Type Select ...................................4-8
4.4.4 Corporate 1000 Company ID.......................4-8
4.4.5 Anti-Passback/Process Card Timer..............4-8
4.5 Hub Front End Programming Commands ......4-9
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Chapter 5: Troubleshooting
5.1 Before Calling IEI................................................. 5-1
5.2 Flow Charts........................................................... 5-4
5.3 Performing Power Supply Integrity Test ......... 5-7
5.4 Correcting Possible Water Problems ................. 5-10
5.4.1 Silicone ............................................................ 5-10
5.4.2 Wire Run......................................................... 5-10
Chapter 6: Miscellaneous
Information
6.1 Customer Service Policy ..................................... 6-1
6.2 RMA Policy............................................................ 6-2
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List of Illustrations
Figure 1-1
prox.pad Wiring Harness..................1-11
Figure 1-2
Identifying Pin Connectors ..............1-12
Figure 1-3
Performing a Wall Mounted
Installation ...........................................1-16
Figure 1-4
Performing a Glass Mounted
Installation ...........................................1-18
Performing a Secure Installation .....1-20
Figure 1-5
Figure 1-6
Removing/Inserting Printed Circuit
Board ....................................................1-23
Figure 1-7
Program Button Location on Main
Board ....................................................1-25
Figure 2-1
Wiring the Aux Relay for Alarm
Shunt Operation.................................2-5
Figure 2-2
Wiring the Aux Relay for Forced
Door Alarm..........................................2-7
Figure 2-3
Wiring the Aux Relay for Propped
Door Alarm..........................................2-9
Figure 2-4
Wiring the Door Contact Input .......2-11
Figure 2-5
Figure 2-6
Wiring the REX Switch......................2-13
Electric Strike (Fail Secure)
Wiring ..................................................2-14
Figure 2-8
Figure 2-9
Transaction Log...................................2-41
Programmed User List ......................2-43
Figure 3-1
Wiring the Wiegand Panel................3-3
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List of Illustrations/List of Tables
List of Tables
Table 1-1
prox.pad Specifications ..................... 1-7
Table 1-2
prox.pad Pin Connectors .................. 1-13
Table 1-3
IEI-Supplied Parts/Optional Items .. 1-14
Table 2-1
prox.pad Default Settings ................. 2-18
Table 2-2
prox.pad LED Indicators/Sounder
Operations........................................... 2-19
prox.pad User Types .......................... 2-31
Table 2-3
Table 2-4
Standalone Mode Programming
Commands .......................................... 2-44
Table 3-1
prox.pad LED Indicators/Sounder
Operations, Wiegand Mode............. 3-5
Table 3-2
Wiegand Programming
Commands .......................................... 3-7
Table 4-1
prox.pad LED Indicators/Sounder
Operations, Hub Front End Mode.. 4-4
Hub Front End Programming
Commands .......................................... 4-9
Table 4-2
Table 5-1
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Troubleshooting Chart....................... 5-2
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Chapter 1:
Introduction/
Installation
1.1 About this
Manual
This manual is designed for installers of the International Electronics prox.pad Standalone Proximity
Reader/Keypad Access Control. The device has three
operating modes, Stand-Alone (see Chapter 2),
Wiegand Front End (see Chapter 3), and Hub Front
End (see Chapter 4). All wiring and programming instructions for a particular mode are grouped in a separate chapter along with related illustrations.
Installation instructions are common to all three
modes, and are provided in this chapter.
1.2 Safety
Warnings and
Cautions
When handling the main printed circuit board, to
guard against possible static discharges, touch a
grounded object BEFORE touching the prox.pad unit.
Static shock can render the product unusable.
1.3 Design
Change
Disclaimer
Due to design changes and product improvements,
information in this manual is subject to change without
notice.
IEI assumes no responsibility for any errors that may
appear in this manual.
1.4 Reproduction
Disclaimer
Neither this manual nor any part of it may be reproduced, photocopied, or electronically transmitted in
any way without the written permission of IEI.
1.5 Technical
Support
Should you experience any difficulty installing the
prox.pad unit, please contact your IEI representative,
or IEI at the number listed on page ii. Before calling
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1.6 Warranty
IEI for installation assistance, refer to Chapter 5, Troubleshooting. This chapter includes a list of common system problems, possible causes, and corrective actions
plus easy-to-use diagnostic flow charts.
To contact IEI’s Technical Support department, call 1800-343-9502 between 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. (Eastern
Standard Time), Monday through Friday. Questions
can also be submitted through our website at
www.ieib.com. You can also download an electronic
version of this manual from this site.
1.6 Warranty
International Electronics Incorporated (IEI) warrants
its products to be free from defects in material and
workmanship, when they have been installed in accordance with the manufacturer ’s instructions, and
have not been modified or tampered with. IEI does not
assume any responsibility for damage or injury to person or property due to improper care, storage handling, abuse, misuse, normal wear and tear, or an act
of God.
IEI’s sole responsibility is limited to the repair (at IEI’s
option) or the replacement of the defective product or
part when sent to IEI’s facility (freight and insurance
charges prepaid), after obtaining IEI’s Return Merchandise Authorization. IEI will not be liable to the
purchaser or any one else for incidental or consequential damages arising from any defect in, or malfunction
of, its products.
This warranty shall expire two years after shipping
date for prox.pad Keypads. Except as stated above, IEI
makes no warranties, either expressed or implied, as
to any matter whatsoever, including, without limitation to, the condition of its products, their merchantability, or fitness for any particular application.
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1.7 Items Supplied from the Factory
Chapter 1: Introduction/Installation
1.7 Items Supplied The following items are supplied from the factory with
the initial prox.pad shipment.
from the Factory
•
1.8 Items the
Installer Must
Supply
Controller with Keypad, Faceplate, Request to Exit
(REX) button (also called the “Filler Piece”), three
Wire Harnesses, and various installation Screws.
For each initial prox.pad unit installation, the installer
must supply the following items:
•
•
The prox.pad unit works with these four types of
cards:
– Prox Card II
– IsoProx II
– Duo Prox II
– Proxkey FOB
an appropriately rated DC Power Supply (12 VDC)
(filtered and regulated recommended)
•
the appropriate installation electrical tools
•
the recommended remote antenna cable
[ALPHA 1174C (22AWG) 4-wire, stranded] (this is
required ONLY if you choose to remote the antenna 10 feet away from the keypad/controller)
•
the Wiegand interface cable [ALPHA 1295C
(22AWG) 5-conductor, stranded, either overall
shield or equivalent] (this is required ONLY if
using a separate Wiegand control panel)
•
power supply cable (18AWG-22AWG) 2-wire
stranded (depends on distance)
door lock cable (18AWG-22AWG) 2-wire stranded
(depends on distance)
door monitor cable (18AWG-22AWG) 2-wire
stranded (depends on distance)
REX cable (if using remote switch) 2-wire stranded
•
•
•
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1.9 General Description
1.9 General
Description
1.9.1 Design Function
The IEI prox.pad Proximity Reader/Keypad Door Access Control provides card and/or keypad access control for a single door. The unit can be installed in a
one-stage configuration (which is typical for most users), or a higher security, two-stage (or “remote”) configuration.
In the “secure” (or remote) configuration, the antenna
can be detached and mullion-mounted up to a maximum of 10 feet away from the controller/keypad. For
installation details, see section 1.15.3.
The prox.pad unit is compatible with all HID proximity
cards, with up to 37 bits. Batch programming without
the need for the card can be done only with 26-bit HID
cards. All programming is performed using the built-in
keypad.
These four specific types of users can be programmed
with the prox.pad unit:
•
0-Toggle/latch lock
•
1-Normal access
•
2-log Dump
•
3-Lockout
For convenience, proximity cards can be programmed
efficiently in a “batch” mode. A user-programmable
lock time of 1-99 seconds plus a “latch/toggle” mode
are included.
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1.10 Operating Modes
1.10 Operating
Modes
Chapter 1: Introduction/Installation
During initial installation, the installer programs the
prox.pad unit for one of three operating modes,
“Standalone,” “Wiegand Front End,” or “Hub Front
End.” Only ONE operating mode can be selected at
any one time. If you desire Standalone mode (the
default, out-of-the-box, mode), no programming is required.
In “Standalone” mode, all decisions to open the door
remain with the prox.pad unit, and Wiegand output
is turned OFF (for details, see Chapter 2).
In “Wiegand Front End” mode, the card data is sent
to the separate Wiegand central panel. This panel then
makes all door open/close decisions and lights/turns
off the prox.pad LEDs accordingly (for details, see
Chapter 3).
In “Hub Front End” mode (also known as “HFE” or
“IM” mode), the prox.pad unit is used as a front end
with an IEI Hub, Hub+ or Hub Max controller, as well
as a front end to a 212 controller such as the one
packaged in the 212XT package. Either standard 26-bit
or Corporate 1000 prox cards can be employed during
HFE mode. No other format cards can be used. The
PIN data is extracted from these card types and sent
to the Hub, Hub+, or Hub Max controller for verification (for details, see Chapter 4).
In all operating modes, the prox.pad unit maintains
programmability so that prox.pad system parameters
can be set. The default factory setting during programming is for the unit to “time out” after 45 seconds of
inactivity.
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1.11 prox.pad
Operation
1.11 prox.pad Operation
Once installed and programmed successfully, in Standalone mode, the prox.pad controller stores all transactions and controls all outputs. The controller receives
data sent to it from the proximity reader, decides if
access should be provided or not, and then energizes
the door lock or not, locking or unlocking the door.
If the prox.pad unit is programmed for “Wiegand Front
End” mode or “Hub Front End” mode, either the
Wiegand panel or the Hub, Hub+, or HubMan controller makes the access decision and controls the lock
relays; all relay outputs on the prox.pad unit are disabled.
The prox.pad includes two relay outputs (located internally), an internal clock, programming keypad, and
memory chips to store user information and a transaction data log.
An external IR (infrared) LED/port/transmitter at the
top right of the prox.pad controller allows for printing
of the Transaction Log and the Programmed User List
to an optional hand-held IR printer. Section 2.8 discusses printing reports.
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1.11 prox.pad Operation
Chapter 1: Introduction/Installation
Table 1-1. prox.pad Specifications
ELECTRICAL
Power Supply/Current
Requirements
10-15 VDC, linear filtered and regulated power supply
(not including door locking device or peripherals); 500
mA
WIRING
Remote Antenna Cable
ALPHA 1174C (22AWG) 4-wire, stranded (this is
required ONLY if you choose to remote the antenna
10 feet away from the keypad/controller)
Wiegand Interface Cable
ALPHA 1295C (22AWG) 5-conductor, stranded, either
overall shield or equivalent (this is required ONLY if
using a separate Wiegand control panel)
Power Supply Cable
18AWG - 22AWG 2-wire stranded (depends upon
distance)
Door Lock Cable
18AWG - 22AWG 2-wire stranded (depends upon
distance)
Door Monitor Cable
18AWG - 22AWG 2-wire stranded (depends upon
distance)
REX Cable
(if using remote switch) 2-wire stranded
MECHANICAL
Height
5.25 in (13.3 cm)
Width
2.75 in (7 cm)
Depth
1.375 in (3.5 cm)
RELAY OUTPUTS
Main Relay - Form C (switches up to 4A)
Aux Relay - Form C (switches up to 1A)
MONITOR INPUTS
Door Position (Normally Closed, dry contact)
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1.11 prox.pad Operation
OTHER OUTPUTS
Infrared output to optional IR printer
Wiegand output to separate control panel
SOUNDER
4000 Hz, defeatable
LEDs
Bi-Color (red/green)
Amber
COMPATIBLE
PROXIMITY CARDS
All HID cards up to 37 bits, including the following:
Prox Card II
IsoProx II
Duo Prox II
Proxkey FOB
UNIT CAPACITY
Users
(Standalone)
2,000 users maximum; each user can have a
card/tag, a PIN code, or a card/tag PLUS a PIN code
Transactions
(Standalone)
1,000 transactions maximum; each transaction
includes time, date, user “slot number,” and event
Strike Time
(Standalone)
1-99 seconds
Strike Mode
(Standalone)
Access Time or Toggle/Latch
ALARM OUTPUT
(Standalone)
One of three functions can be wired: Alarm Shunt
Relay, Forced Door Relay, or Propped Door Relay
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1.12 Installation Configurations
Chapter 1: Introduction/Installation
NOTE: IEI recommends that first-time installers test
the prox.pad unit BEFORE actually mounting and
wiring the unit to become familiar with its operation
(see section 2.6).
1.12 Installation
Configurations
It is the installer ’s responsibility to determine the appropriate prox.pad installation configuration, which
differs from installation to installation. These three
installation configurations are possible:
•
Wall mounted installation (exterior to the room to
be accessed). In this configuration, a single gang
electrical box can be used. Typically, the prox.pad
unit is wall mounted (surface mounted) outside
the access area on the unsecured side.
•
Glass mounted installation, using the four IEIsupplied pressure-sensitive adhesive pads. In this
configuration, the prox.pad unit is affixed with the
adhesive pads to the glass door or the window
adjacent to the door being accessed, on the interior
side of the glass. The side cut-out on the unit is
used to bring the wires out of the side of the
prox.pad case.
•
Secure installation (or “two-stage” configuration),
for higher security. In this configuration, the
prox.pad antenna is located a maximum of 10 feet
away from the controller/keypad; the controller/keypad is located on the secure side of the door.
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1.13 Other
Installation
Considerations
1.13.1 Power
Supply/Current
Requirements
1.13 Other Installation Considerations
Sections 1.13.1 - 1.13.5 describe important considerations the installer must decide upon before actually
starting to install and wire the prox.pad unit.
Power for the prox.pad unit must be from a minimum
10-15 volt DC linear, filtered and regulated power supply. It is typical for the chosen power supply to power
BOTH the prox.pad unit and the selected locking device. When using one power supply for both the
prox.pad unit and locking device, be sure to include
both devices in your current requirements calculations.
NOTE: IEI recommends that you ground the power
supply to earth ground.
1.13.2 Gang Box and
Mounting
1.13.3 Mounting the
Unit on Metal
1.13.4 RF Interference
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For the wall mounted installation configuration, a single gang electrical box can be used. (Typically, the
prox.pad unit is wall mounted outside the access area
on the unsecure side of the door.)
The prox.pad unit uses radio frequency to transfer
power to and communicate with the proximity card
or keytag. If the antenna is mounted directly on a metal
building or wall, some of the energy is absorbed by
the metal, resulting in less power being transmitted to
the keytag; this causes reduced read range. If you must
mount the prox.pad unit on metal, test the unit in place
before permanently installing it. If read range distance
distance is not adequate, a non-metallic spacer can be
fabricated and installed between the unit’s antenna
and the metal mounting surface.
The prox.pad unit should not cause interference to
other equipment as it is designed to meet FCC guidelines. However, other devices can interfere with
prox.pad operation.
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1.14 Checking the Cables
Chapter 1: Introduction/Installation
Avoid locating the prox.pad unit closer than 3 feet (1
meter) to a computer monitor or television or another
prox.pad unit. If you believe you are experiencing
reduced read range due to interference, try repositioning the prox.pad unit, remoting the antenna, or relocating other nearby electrical equipment.
1.14 Checking the
Cables
Figure 1-1 below provides a detailed illustration of the
prox.pad’s wiring harness. Figure 1-2 illustrates the Pin
connectors on the main circuit board; Table 1-2 describes these four Pin connectors, P1, P2, P3, and P4.
Figure 1-1 prox.pad Wiring Harness
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1.14 Checking the Cables
HUB WHITE/YELLOW
HUB WHITE/BLACK
Figure 1-2 Identifying Pin Connectors
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1.14 Checking the Cables
Chapter 1: Introduction/Installation
Table 1-2. prox.pad Pin Connectors
Pin Connector (on
main circuit board)
Description/Use
P1 (5-pin connector, top
left-most location)
Pin
1
Wire Color
GRAY
2
GREEN
3
4
5
BLUE
BLACK
RED
Pin
1
2
Wire Color
BLUE
BROWN
3
4
WHITE
GREEN
Pin
1
2
3
4
Wire Color
GREEN
GRAY
BLUE
BROWN
5
ORANGE
6
WHITE
P3 (4-pin connector,
Wiegand operation, top
middle location)
P2 (6-pin connector, top
right-most location)
Use
Main Relay, Normally
Closed (N.C.)
Main Relay, Normally
Open (N.O.)
Main Relay, Common
Ground
Power In, +12 VDC
Use
Not used
Wiegand LED Control, userassigned
Wiegand Data 1
Wiegand Data 0
Use
Aux Relay N.O.
Aux Relay N.C.
Aux Relay Common
REX Loop (if used) (NO
contact)
Door Loop Contact (NC
contact)
Loop Common (shared by
REX and door loop)
NOTE: Pins 1, 2, 3 can be wired at the installer’s option for
one of the following alarm outputs, Alarm Shunt, Forced
Door, or Propped Door. Mandatory: If you do not wish to
install door contacts per Figure 2-5, twist white and orange
wires together. If not done, REX input will not work.
P4 (4-pin connector,
bottom location)
Pin
1
2
3
4
Wire Color
RED
BLACK
WHITE
WHITE
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Use
Bi-Color LED (Red +)
Bi-Color LED (Green +)
Antenna (no polarity)
Antenna (no polarity)
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Table 1-3. IEI-Supplied Parts/Optional Items
Quantity
Description
1
Keypad/control unit assembly, with Prox Sensor, Backplate,
hex socket screw
1
Filler Piece/REX Button
1
Press to Exit Label
4
Wall Anchors
4
Mounting Screws
1
Antenna Backplate for remote mounting
1
Silicone Rubber “dogbone”
4
Self-Adhering Pads (for glass mounting)
1
Installer Guide
1
CD-ROM containing instruction manuals
4
Cable Assemblies
1
Tamper Screw
Optional Items
1
IR Printer (IEI part number 0291000)
1
Replacement Battery: Panasonic BR1225 or equivalent
lots of 25 only
ProxKey Keytags (IEI part number 0297301)
lots of 25 only
ProxCard II Cards (IEI part number 0297401)
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1.15.1 Performing a
Wall Mounted
Installation
Chapter 1: Introduction/Installation
Select one of these three installation configurations,
wall mount, glass mount, or secure as appropriate for
this installation. Then refer to sections 1.15.1 - 1.15.3.
This section provides general considerations when
performing a wall mounted installation. Typically, the
prox.pad unit is mounted on a flat, level surface (drywall, masonry, wood, etc.) exterior to the room to be
accessed. A single-gang electrical box (or “back box”)
can be used. Typically, the prox.pad unit is wall
mounted outside the access area on the unsecure side
of the door.
Figure 1-3 illustrates the components on the prox.pad
unit used for wall mounting. Two “single-gang box”
holes align with two corresponding holes in the single-gang box. A “wire” exit knockout is supplied
through which the prox.pad wiring is pulled. A typical
wall mounted installation proceeds as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6
7.
Secure a single-gang box to the desired location.
“Punch out” the two single-gang box connectors
on the controller backplate of the prox.pad unit.
Disconnect the controller backplate of the
prox.pad unit from the front keypad/controller.
Align the two single-gang box connectors on the
controller backplate over the two corresponding
holes on the single-gang box, previously secured
at step 1.
Secure the backplate to the single-gang box by
inserting/tightening two screws into the two single-gang box holes.
Connect the front keypad/controller to the back
housing.
Pull the prox.pad wiring through the wiring exit
as appropriate.
Install the tamper screw into the hole at the bottom
front of the enclosure using a #6 spanner bit (not
included, but available from IEI).
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Figure 1-3 Performing a Wall Mounted
Installation
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1.15.2 Performing a
Glass Mounted
Installation
Chapter 1: Introduction/Installation
Figure 1-4 shows the four IEI-supplied pressure-sensitive adhesive pads and the two side cut-outs used
for this installation. In this configuration, the prox.pad
unit is affixed with the four self-adhesive pads to the
glass or the glass window adjacent to the controlled
door being accessed, on the interior side of the glass.
One of the two side cut-outs is used to bring the wires
out of the side of the prox.pad case.
A typical glass mounted installation proceeds as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Disconnect the back housing from the front keypad/controller. Remove the tape from the four
self-adhesive pads on the back housing and apply
the pads to the four corners of the backplate.
Affix the back housing to the glass door or the
glass window adjacent to the controlled door being accessed, on the interior side of the glass.
Determine which of the two side cut-outs on the
back housing to use for the wiring and “cut out”
that cut-out using the appropriate cutting tool.
Pull the wiring through the selected side cut-out
as required.
Connect the front keypad/controller to the back
housing.
Install the tamper screw into the hole at the bottom
front of the enclosure using a #6 spanner bit (not
included, but available from IEI).
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Figure 1-4 Performing a Glass Mounted
Installation
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1.15.3 Performing a
Secure Installation
Chapter 1: Introduction/Installation
In this configuration, the prox.pad prox sensor housing
is removed from the keypad/controller and located a
maximum of 10 feet away. The controller/keypad is
located inside a secure area.
1.
•
Remove the antenna from the prox.pad keypad/controller as described below:
Disconnect the backplate of the prox.pad unit from
the front keypad/controller.
•
When handling the main printed circuit board, to
guard against possible static discharges, touch a
grounded object BEFORE touching the prox.pad
unit. Remove the main printed circuit board by
pressing the two spring tabs in the direction of the
arrows as shown in Figure 1-5. Be careful with the
wires.
•
Pull on the main circuit board and remove Pin
connector P4 (a 4-pin connector) from the bottom
of the main board. A ribbon cable now holds the
main board to the keypad board. DO NOT pull
this ribbon cable out of its connector! Once the
main board is removed, you can access the interior
of the antenna.
•
Remove the antenna housing from the keypad/controller by pressing the labeled four secure
tabs inward (see Figure 1-5) until the sensor housing “pops out.”
2.
Prepare the wiring and extension wiring as follows:
Cut off the plastic end of the prox.pad sensor
housing harness.
•
•
Splice the recommended remote antenna cable
Alpha 1174C (22AWG), 10-foot maximum length,
to the properly cut antenna cable using standard
electrical techniques.
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KEYPAD
CONTROLLER
Figure 1-5 Performing a Secure Installation
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3.
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4.
5.
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Mount the antenna backplate in a vertical orientation and secure it to the wall through the two
screw holes using two IEI-provided screws. Ensure that the two “weep holes,” provided to remove possible moisture, are positioned on the
bottom. The wiring exits in the antenna backplate.
(Four external cut-outs on the antenna backplate
match the four spring-loaded tabs on the antenna.)
NOTE: Two side cut-outs are furnished on the
antenna backplate for the wiring, if the installation
does not permit the wiring to run through the
wall. These must be “cut out” to be used.
Once the antenna backplate is mounted properly,
align the antenna to the backplate and connect
the antenna to the antenna backplate. The large
tab in the center of the antenna assembly must be
broken off before being attached to the antenna
backplate.
Run the antenna wiring back to the secure keypad/controller and connect it to the main circuit
board, using the 10-inch 4-wire harness (red,
black, white, and white) that you plug into connector P4 on the controller board. Connect the red
wire of the antenna to the red wire of the P4
harness, etc. Seal the wire holes with silicone.
Select “Filler” or “Request to Exit” (REX) operation
as follows:
If you elect to use the filler piece as a REX switch,
return to the keypad/controller and break off two
tabs on the filler piece as illustrated in Figure 1-5.
The filler piece replaces the antenna on the front
of the keypad/controller for secure installations.
If the filler piece is not to be used as a REX switch,
DO NOT remove the two tabs.
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•
Select “Filler or “REX” operation and affix the appropriate IEI-provided label to the filler piece.
For Filler operation, no tabs are broken off the
filler piece, which merely sits in place of the remotely located antenna, once the main circuit
board and cabling are replaced.
For REX operation, break off the labeled tabs,
which allows a spring-loaded tab to engage the
REX switch on the main circuit board and open
the door.
•
Replace the main circuit board into the keypad/controller and Pin connector P4 to the main
circuit board.
•
Connect the front keypad/controller of the unit to
the back housing.
•
Secure with a hex socket screw using the supplied
hex wrench, or secure with a tamper screw (optional tool required).
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1.16 Inserting
Circuit Boards
Chapter 1: Introduction/Installation
If it proves necessary to remove or insert the main
circuit board from/into the prox.pad controller/keypad,
follow the steps below.
1.
2.
Disconnect the back housing of the prox.pad unit
from the front keypad/controller.
(When handling the main printed circuit board,
to guard against possible static discharges, hold
the board by its edges with one hand and then
touch a grounded object BEFORE touching the
prox.pad unit.) Remove the main printed circuit
board by pressing the two spring tabs in the direction of the arrows as shown in Figure 1-6. Be
careful with the wires.
Figure 1-6 Removing/Inserting Printed Circuit
Board
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3.
4.
5.
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Fold up the main circuit board and remove the P4
connector (a 4-conductor harness) from the bottom of the board.
To re-insert, replace the main circuit board into
the keypad/controller and the P4 connector to the
main circuit board.
Connect the keypad/controller to the back housing.
If necessary, the prox.pad main memory can be defaulted. This procedure explains how to do this; see
Figure 1-7 on the next page. You would default the
memory, if, for instance, static discharges have corrupted the prox.pad unit, during shipping or installation. You can also do this if you have simply forgotten
the Master Code and you need to enter program mode.
With the power ON, remove the case from the
prox.pad front controller/keypad to access the main
circuit board. (For a visual reference of the main
printed circuit board and the related pin connectors,
see Figure 1-2. Table 1-2 describes these pins in detail.)
(When handling the main printed circuit board, to
guard against possible static discharges, touch a
grounded object BEFORE touching the prox.pad
unit.)
2. With the power ON, press and hold the Program
button (located on the rear side of the main printed
circuit board) for two seconds.
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The yellow LED flashes slowly.
FORGET MASTER CODE
PCB
MASTER
CODE
SWITCH
(PROGRAM
SWITCH)
(ON REAR SIDE
OF PC BOARD)
CONTROLLER
HOUSING
Figure 1-7 Program Button Location on Main
Circuit Board
3.
Enter the following on the keypad:
46 # 00000 # 00000 # **
The yellow LED flickers for 10 seconds and then
blinks slowly.
4. Once the memory set-up is complete, re-assemble
the unit.
NOTE: CONNECTING DOOR LOOP INPUTBefore powering up the prox.pad unit, connect the Door Loops input to the “Loop Common.”
This prevents “Forced Door” or “Propped Door”
conditions from developing upon power-up.
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Chapter 2: Standalone
Mode
Chapter 2 describes Standalone mode and supplies
wiring diagrams, general programming information,
and a programming chart specific to Standalone mode.
2.1 Standalone
Mode Description
Standalone mode is the default, out-of-the-box mode
of the prox.pad unit as shipped. No programming is
required to place the unit in Standalone mode. In this
mode, all decisions to open the door remain with the
prox.pad unit, and Wiegand Front End and Hub Front
End outputs are turned off.
Once installed and programmed successfully, in
Stand-alone mode, the prox.pad controller stores all
transactions and controls all outputs. The controller receives data sent to it from the proximity reader, decides if access should be provided or not, and then energizes the door lock or not, locking or unlocking the
door.
2.1.1 New Standalone Features
The following is a list of new Standalone mode features, each of which is discussed in detail later in this
chapter.
•
•
•
•
•
Batch Load by Presentation (26 bit to 39 bit) in
Stand-Alone mode
Delete a block of users in Stand-Alone mode
Timed Anti-Passback in Stand-Alone mode
Set the duration for Anti-Passback between 1/2 sec
to 60 sec in ¼ sec increments
Invalid PIN Lockout (IPL) in Stand Alone mode
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2.2 Inputs/Outputs
– Set threshold between 1 and 50 invalid attempts before the IPL event is triggered.
– Triggers Forced Door (local sonalert or AUX
relay for silent alert)
OR
•
– Triggers Timed Lockout
– (Set the timed lockout between 5 sec and 21
min in 5 sec increments)
The Access By Facility feature has been extended
to include both 26 bit and Corporate 1000 cards.
The type of card being used, and the Facility code
must be set prior to operation.
NOTE: Uses and Installation Configurations IEI
prox.pad Proximity Reader/Keypad Door Access
Control can be installed either indoors or outdoors;
for installation details, see section 1.15.
2.2 Inputs/Outputs Two monitor inputs, “Door Position” [Normally
Closed (N.C) dry contact] and “Request to Exit” [REX,
Normally Open (N.O.) dry contact] are supplied.
Additionally, these two relay outputs are supplied,
“Lock Relay - Form C,” which switches up to 4A
(Main), and “Aux Relay - Form C,” which switches up
to 1A (Aux).
Data output to an optional Infrared (IR) printer via the
IR interface and Wiegand output for use with a separate central access control panel are also provided onboard the prox.pad unit.
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2.3 Unit Capacity
2.3 Unit Capacity
Chapter 2: Standalone Mode
The prox.pad unit can accommodate up to 2,000 users.
Each user can have a card/tag, a PIN code, or a card/tag
plus a PIN code. The specific four user access configurations include (for details, see section 2.7.3):
•
(1) Code ONLY (command 50)
•
(2) Code AND Card (command 50 plus present
card to proximity reader)
•
(3) Card ONLY (via manual programming, command 51)
•
(4) Code OR Card (command 52)
A maximum of 1,000 time-stamped transactions can be
stored in the prox.pad unit. Each transaction includes
these parameters: Time, Date, User “slot number,” and
event. A complete Transaction Log can be printed to an
optional IR printer via the built-in IR interface. For
printing details, see section 2.8. The type of Transaction Log is “First In, First Out.” The oldest transaction
gets deleted when the new one is added.
2.4 Alarm Output
Selection
During initial installation, the prox.pad unit’s AUX relay output is wired to trigger ONE of three events.
Consequently, the installer must know which of these
events is appropriate for each installation.
•
Alarm Shunt Relay
•
Forced Door Relay
•
Propped Door Relay
Separate instructions and wiring diagrams for each of
the above applications are provided in Chapter 1.
NOTE: The capability provided by the internal local
sounder (an audible alarm) is separate from the 1A
AUX relay. The sounder can trigger regardless of
how the AUX relay is programmed.
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2.5 Wiring the
prox.pad Unit
Select one of these three wiring options, Alarm Shunt,
Forced Door, or Propped Door, depending on how the
prox.pad’s alarm output is to be employed for this installation. Then refer to sections 2.5.1 - 2.5.3 as appropriate.
2.5.1 Wiring the AUX
Relay for Use as
Alarm Shunt
The Alarm Shunt Relay function may be necessary
when a separate existing security system is in place.
The Alarm Shunt Relay keeps an alarm panel zone
from going into alarm when the door is opened, after a
valid code is entered. No programming is required for
a new unit out-of-box, or if the unit is ever defaulted
using programming commands 40# and 46#. The
prox.pad controller assigns the AUX relay to the Alarm
Shunt Relay automatically upon any valid access or
egress. To incorporate this feature, follow the steps below; see Figure 2-1.
2.5.1.A Wiring the Alarm Shunt Relay
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
2-4
Turn OFF power to the prox.pad unit, and then
unlatch the keypad from the plastic housing.
Locate connector P2 (the 6-pin connector) on the
main circuit board and plug on the 6-pin harness.
(The 2-pin jumper on pins 5 and 6 of connector P2
must be removed first.)
Connect the 6-conductor harness to connector P2
as shown in Figure 2-1.
Connect the green wire to the “Common” side of
the door contact.
Connect the blue wire to the “Normally Open”
side of the door contact.
Make a parallel connection to the green and blue
wires and run the leads to the alarm panel. NOTE:
This feature requires that you use the “Door Contact” input as shown in Figure 2-1.
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THE prox.pad
Figure 2-1 Wiring the Aux Relay
for Alarm Shunt Operation
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2.5.2 Wiring the AUX
Relay for Use as
Forced Door
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The Forced Door output function informs personnel
that the door has been opened without authorization.
The Aux relay is rated to handle one amp of current at
12 VDC, and can turn ON or OFF one leg of the power
to a warning device. (Warning device not included
with the IEI unit.) To incorporate this feature, follow
the steps below; see Figure 2-2.
2.5.2.A Wiring the Forced Door Relay
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn OFF power to the prox.pad unit, and then
unlatch the keypad from the plastic housing.
Locate connector P2 (the 6-pin connector) on the
main circuit board.
Connect the 6-conductor harness to connector P2.
(The 2-pin jumper on pins 5 and 6 of connector P2
must be removed first.)
Connect the green wire to V+ on the warning device.
Connect the blue wire to V+ on the power supply.
Connect V- from the power supply to V- on the
sounder. The gray wire is not used.
NOTE: To use the default 10-second Forced Door
Relay time, no programming is necessary. To change
this default (from 10 to 900 seconds), enter the appropriate programming after the unit is installed
successfully; for details, see section 2.7.
NOTE: PROGRAMMING FOR FORCED DOOR
To program for Forced Door, enter the following
on the keypad: 15 # 2 # 0 # **
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BLUE
(C)
ORANGE
SEPARATE DOOR
CONTACT BEING
MONITORED BY
THE prox.pad
WHITE
Figure 2-2 Wiring the Aux Relay
for Forced Door Alarm
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2.5.3 Wiring the AUX
Relay for Use as
Propped Door
2.5 Wiring the prox.pad Unit
The Propped Door Relay output function informs
personnel that the door is being held open, or
“propped” open, after a valid entry. The Aux relay is
rated to handle one amp of current at 12 VDC, and
turns ON or OFF one leg of the power to a warning
device. (Warning device not included with the IEI
unit.) To incorporate this feature, follow the steps
below; see Figure 2-3.
2.5.3.A Wiring the Propped Door Relay
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn OFF power to the prox.pad unit, and then
unlatch the keypad from the plastic housing.
Locate connector P2 (the 6-pin connector) on the
main circuit board.
Connect the 6-conductor harness to connector P2.
(The 2-pin jumper on pins 5 and 6 of connector P2
must be removed first.)
Connect the green wire to V+ on the sounder.
Connect the blue wire to V+ on the power supply.
Connect V- from the power supply to V- on the
sounder. The gray wire is not used.
NOTE: To use the default 30-second Propped Door
Relay time, no programming is necessary. To change
this default (from 30 to 900 seconds), enter the
appropriate programming after the unit is installed
successfully; for details, see section 2.7.
NOTE: PROGRAMMING FOR PROPPED
DOORTo program for Propped Door, enter the
following on the keypad: 15 # 3 # 0 # **
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BLUE
(C)
ORANGE
SEPARATE DOOR
CONTACT BEING
MONITORED BY
THE prox.pad
WHITE
Figure 2-3 Wiring the Aux Relay
for Propped Door Alarm
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2.5.4 Wiring the Door
Contact Input
2.5 Wiring the prox.pad Unit
To solve the problem of people “tailgating” in behind
personnel using valid access protocol, the Auto ReLock feature is provided. With Auto Re-Lock, a long
door open time can be programmed. Auto Re-Lock
overrides the main relay timer, resetting the door open
time as soon as the prox.pad unit senses that the door is
open. A long door open time allows people sufficient
time to carry packages from the proximity reader/keypad to the door and open it before the timer runs out.
No programming is required to implement this feature.
After a valid access or egress, the prox.pad unit senses
that the door switch is open and drops the main relay
immediately. This disengages the lock, which locks behind the person regardless of how long it takes that
person to get through the door.
NOTE: This feature requires that you use the “Door
Contact” input as shown in Figure 2-4.
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Figure 2-4 Wiring the Door Contact Input
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2.5.5 Wiring the REX
Switch (Request to
Exit)
2.5 Wiring the prox.pad Unit
The prox.pad unit can be wired to monitor a remote
switching device, which is intended to be installed on
the “safe” side of a door. The Request to Exit (REX)
switch is a momentary input closure that engages the
main relay for the same length of time for which the
main relay is programmed. This feature can be stored
in the Transaction Log for viewing.
If you elect to perform a secure installation where the
controller is mounted on the secure side of the door,
you can use the filler piece as a REX switch. For other
installations, a separate REX switch must be purchased.
Other REX devices can be used to include a remote
button placed at a receptionist’s desk, a press-to-exit
switch on the inside of a door, or a passive infrared detector, allowing free and convenient egress. The REX
feature requires no programming; simply wire the unit
as illustrated in Figure 2-5. To incorporate this feature,
follow the steps below:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn OFF power to the prox.pad unit, and then
unlatch the keypad from the plastic housing.
Locate connector P2 on the main circuit board.
Plug the 6-conductor harness into connector P2.
(The 2-pin jumper on pins 5 and 6 of connector P2
must be removed first.)
If you do not wish to install the door contacts per
Figure 2-5, twist the white wire and the orange
wires together; this is mandatory. If this is not
done, the REX input will not function.
NOTE: The door contact MUST be closed for the
REX feature to work properly.
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Figure 2-5 Wiring the REX Switch
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2.5.6 Wiring the Main
Relay
2.5 Wiring the prox.pad Unit
The door lock is wired to connector P1 on the prox.pad
main circuit board. Wiring for this 5-pin connector is
described in Table 1-2, Figure 2-6 provides an Electric
Strike (Fail Secure) wiring diagram, Figure 2-7 a MagLock (Fail Safe) wiring diagram. Refer to the power
supply recommendations in section 1.13.1 if necessary.
Figure 2-6 Electric Strike (Fail Secure) Wiring
Diagram
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Figure 2-7 MagLock (Fail Safe) Wiring Diagram
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2.6 Testing the
prox.pad
2.6 Testing the prox.pad
At this point in a typical installation, it is assumed that
the prox.pad unit has been mounted and wired successfully as described earlier and that testing can begin. IEI recommends, however, that first-time installers test the prox.pad unit BEFORE actually
mounting and wiring the unit to become familiar
with its operation.
2.6.1 Testing the
Controller/Keypad
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Connect the positive (+) lead of the power supply
to the V+ input on the prox.pad controller/keypad.
Connect the negative (-) lead of the power supply
to the V- input on the prox.pad controller/keypad.
Turn ON the power supply.
Ensure that the bi-color LED (red and green) on
the prox.pad unit lights red.
On the prox.pad controller/keypad, press:
7890 # 123456 *
If all 12 key presses are verified, the prox.pad unit
enters the self-test mode. The bi-color LED turns
green. The red LED blinks alternately with the yellow LED and then both turn OFF. Next, the
sounder beeps three times, pauses, and then
beeps once more. If this does not occur, attempt to
enter the self-test mode again by repeating step 5.
Enter the master code on the keypad by pressing:
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)
The red LED turns OFF and the green LED turns
ON for five seconds while the main relay energizes. To program the unit, see section 2.7.
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Chapter 2: Standalone Mode
2.7 Programming
in Standalone
Mode
Section 2.7 provides information about programming
the IEI prox.pad unit. Certain parameters must be programmed upon initial installation, such as changing
the default Master Code (section 2.7.1.A.) Section 1.17
describes how to default the memory, to recover from
possible static discharges, which may be required.
2.7.1 Programming
from the Keypad
The first step in programming the prox.pad unit is to
place it into program mode. You can verify that the
unit is in program mode as the yellow LED blinks
slowly; when the yellow LED stops blinking and is
OFF completely, the unit is no longer in program
mode. If the desired programming is not understood
by the unit or is entered incorrectly, the yellow LED remains steadily lighted; this signals that you should
press * to clear the error condition and then re-enter
the code. If the unit does not go into program mode, refer to the Troubleshooting Chart in Chapter 5.
2.7.1.A Master Code
To place the unit in program mode, you must first enter 99 # followed by the “master code,” which is the
code that is stored in the user slot. (If you forget the
master code, pressing the SW 1 or Program button on
the main circuit board accomplishes the same thing.
See the second problem/solution in Table 5-1 for details.)
To place the prox.pad unit in program mode, press:
99 # Master Code *
NOTE: “1234” is the default master code, which IEI
recommends that you change right away.
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the unit is in
program mode. A steady yellow LED, in contrast,
means that errors were detected during programming.
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Error states can be cleared by pressing the asterisk *
key.
prox.pad user codes consist of a minimum of one digit
and a maximum of six digits. A complete list of program commands is supplied in Table 2-4. Attempting
to enter a user code into memory that had been entered previously into a different register, causes the
yellow LED to stop blinking and remain steadily
lighted. If this occurs, try entering a different user
code. Repeating digits in the same code is acceptable.
It may be necessary to change the default main relay
time upon initial installation. This would allow personnel sufficient time to get from the proximity reader
to the door before the main relay re-locks the door. For
details, see section 2.7.1.C.
2.7.1.B prox.pad Default Settings
Table 2-1 lists the default settings for the prox.pad unit
as shipped from the factory. Subsequent sections in
this chapter explain how to change these default settings or program additional functions.
Table 2-1. prox.pad Default Settings
Parameter
Default Setting
Auxiliary Output
Alarm shunt
Master Code (user one)
1234*
Main Relay energizes for
Five (5) seconds
Audible Keypress Feedback
ON
Local Propped Door Sounder activates after
Thirty (30) seconds
Local Forced Door Sounder activates for
Ten (10) seconds
Printer Output Port
IR (infrared) port
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Table 2-2. prox.pad LED Indicators/Sounder Operations
LED or
Sounder
Visual/Audible
Condition
Description
Yellow LED
Slow blink
Unit is in Program mode
Rapid blink
Bi-color LED
Verify mode is active (checking that the last
two values in sequence match)
Steady
Program error; production test failure
(accompanied by long beep); entry error
lockout (no keypress feedback)
Very rapid blink
Memory (eeprom) erase is in progress
(command 46, production test); data
save/restore to/from test fixture eeprom
(command 1106/1107
“Pulsing” rapid blink
Batch program of cards in progress
(command 56); block delete of users
(command 58)
Steady red
Lock is locked
Steady green
Lock is energized (timed or latched)
Red drop out
Lock locked, user lockout is active; red LED
drops out for 100 ms every second; a
latched lock will override lockout indicator
Green with red blink
Lock latched and user lockout is active
Fast green flash
IR dump in progress (user/log)
Quick double
red/green flash
Prox card read correctly
Alternating red/green
Waiting for second PIN or “card and code”
user
Solid green with red
flicker
Lock toggle is unlocked and user lockout
active
Rapid red, yellow,
green sequencing
Power on/reset, multiple sequences spaced
seconds apart, indicating watchdog reset
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Sounder
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Visual/Audible
Condition
Description
Red blink
User lockout is active and lock locked; red
LED drops out for 100 ms every second;
normal users cannot change the state of the
relay
Very quick beep (10
ms) with yellow LED
blink every second
Eeprom read error during get system
parameters; can be turned off by running
self-test
Short beep (100 ms)
every 2 seconds
Propped door is active
Sounder 1/2 sec on,
1/2 sec off
Forced door is active
Pair of double beeps
during production
test
Indicates kernel has reset system
parameters, a third beep indicates that text
strings have been loaded
3 slow beeps (250
ms)
Indicates self-test; a fourth beep indicates
system in standalone mode
3 rapid beeps after
PIN entered
PIN not found
3 very rapid beeps
after card presented
(standalone mode)
PIN not found, facility code/company ID
mismatch and access by facility mode
enabled; incorrect start sentinel for selected
card type (option #20)
Single long beep
after PIn entered
Value entered too big, cannot be
represented in 16 bits (Wiegand mode)
Single long beep
after card presented
in Hub Front End
mode
Invalid card type (incorrect start sentinel for
selected card type, option #20); PIN data of
corporate 1000 card exceeds 999,999;
facility code/company ID mismatch and
option #21 enabled
1 short beep
Valid card access
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2.7.1.C Changing the Main Relay Time
Setting the main relay time for the master code simultaneously sets the time for users in register one
through register two-thousand. The factory default
main relay time is five (5) seconds. Main relay time can
be set in one-second increments from one (1) second to
ninety-nine (99) seconds using command 11.
1.
2.
3.
Place the prox.pad unit in program mode. Press:
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the unit
is in program mode. A steady yellow LED, in contrast, means that errors were detected during programming. Error states can be cleared by pressing
the asterisk * key.
Enter the new main relay time, in seconds (from 1
to 99). For example, to enter 10 seconds, press:
11 # 10 # 0 # **
The yellow LED continues to blink slowly.
Press * to exit program mode.
2.7.1.D Resetting the Master Code and System
Defaults Only
Entering command 40 erases everything from the
prox.pad memory except the user list and transaction
log and restores the default settings. This is useful if the
prox.pad unit has experienced programming problems, or wish to delete earlier programming.
1.
Place the prox.pad unit in program mode. Press:
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the unit is in
program mode. A steady yellow LED, in contrast,
means that errors were detected during programming.
Error states can be cleared by pressing the asterisk *
key.
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Press:
40 # 00000 # 00000 # **
The yellow LED continues to blink slowly.
Press * to exit program mode.
2.7.1.E Erasing Entire Memory/Resetting System
Defaults
Entering command 46 deletes everything from the
prox.pad memory including the user list but not the
transaction log and restores the default settings. This is
used as a last resort if you need to erase a specific user
and could not retrieve the Programmed User List.
1.
2.
3.
Place the prox.pad unit in program mode. Press:
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the unit
is in program mode. A steady yellow LED, in contrast, means that errors were detected during programming. Error states can be cleared by pressing
the asterisk * key.
Press:
46 # 00000 # 00000 # **
The yellow LED continues to blink slowly.
Press * to exit program mode.
2.7.1.F Turning Audio Keypress Feedback
ON/OFF
The Audio Keypress Feedback command enables the
sounder to beep once for each key press. This feature
provides an audio acknowledgment that a particular
key was pressed hard enough for the unit to understand. The factory-shipped default setting is ON, but it
can be toggled ON and OFF as desired using command 30. NOTE: A common reason to turn this feature
OFF is to prevent an unauthorized user from hearing
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the audio feedback emitted when an authorized user
enters his/her code.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Place the prox.pad unit in program mode. Press:
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the unit
is in program mode. A steady yellow LED, in contrast, means that errors were detected during programming. Error states can be cleared by pressing
the asterisk * key.
To enable this feature, press:
30 # 0 # 1 # **
The yellow LED continues to blink slowly.
To disable this feature, press:
30 # 0 # 0 # **
The yellow LED continues to blink slowly.
Press * to exit program mode.
2.7.1.G Turning Visual LED/Keypress Indicator
ON/OFF
This visual LED/keypress indicator lights the visual
LED once for each key press. This feature provides a
visual acknowledgment that a particular key was
pressed hard enough for the unit to understand. The
factory-shipped default setting is ON, but it can be toggled ON and OFF as desired. NOTE: A common reason to turn this feature OFF is to prevent an unauthorized user from viewing visual feedback produced
when an authorized user enters his/her code.
1.
Place the prox.pad unit in program mode. Press:
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the unit
is in program mode. A steady yellow LED, in contrast, means that errors were detected during programming. Error states can be cleared by pressing
the asterisk * key.
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To enable this feature, press:
30 # 1 # 1 # **
The yellow LED continues to blink slowly.
To disable this feature, press:
30 # 1 # 0 # **
The yellow LED continues to blink slowly.
Press * to exit program mode.
2.7.1.H Adding New or Changing Existing
Codes/Cards
The most basic prox.pad programming is adding new
codes or cards (users), or modifying existing codes or
cards (users). Each user entry consists of three or four
data values: a user type, a location and a keypad-PIN,
and/or card.
Two methods can be used for adding new or changing
existing codes/cards, (1) keypress sequences (manual
entry), and (2) card presentations. Keypad PINs can be
programmed only through a keypad sequence, while
card PINs can be programmed manually or by presenting the card to the proximity reader at a specified time
during programming. These four specific types of users can be programmed with the prox.pad unit:
•
Toggle/latch lock (0)
•
Normal access (1)
•
log Dump (2)
•
Lockout (3)
NOTE: When 26-bit cards are used and you choose
to add new cards manually, the facility code must be
entered into the unit first. For the programming sequence used to enter the 3-digit facility code, see Table 2-4, item 8.
The following procedure adds a new code/card, or lets
you change an existing code/card.
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Place the prox.pad unit in program mode. Press:
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the unit
is in program mode. A steady yellow LED, in contrast, means that errors were detected during programming. Error states can be cleared by pressing
the asterisk * key.
Press the user location number that represents the
user to be added or changed followed by a pound
symbol #. For example, user number two would
be entered as 2 #, user two-thousand as 2000 #.
CODE: Enter the one- to six-digit code and an asterisk *, for example, 5* or 532346*. The yellow
LED blinks rapidly, indicating that you should
verify the new code by entering it again (along
with an asterisk). If the unit accepts the code, the
yellow LED begins blinking slowly.
CARD: Press ** on the keypad and then go to the
proximity reader and present the card.
To add more card or change more cards, return to
step 2.
Press * to exit program mode.
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2.7.1.I Adding Cards via Batch Entry
“Batch entry” allows you to enter multiple, sequential
26-bit HID cards into the prox.pad unit’s memory at
one time. (Keeping IEI proximity cards in order is easy
as the code is printed on the front of each card.)
NOTE: The facility code must be programmed into
the unit before any batch entry can occur. The facility code must be programmed only once. For the
programming sequence used to enter the 3-digit facility code, see Table 2-4, item 8.
To add several users from the proximity reader, follow
this procedure:
1. Place the prox.pad unit in program mode. Press:
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the unit
is in program mode. A steady yellow LED, in contrast, means that errors were detected during programming. Error states can be cleared by pressing
the asterisk * key.
2. On the prox.pad keypad, press:
56 # (total number of cards to be added) #
(starting user location) # card number *
repeat card number *
NOTE: Never enter one (1) as the starting user
location since it is reserved for the master code.
3.
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On the prox.pad keypad, press * to exit program
mode.
Up to 1,999 users can be added this way at one
time. (User 1 is reserved for the Master code.)
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2.7.3 Programming for The prox.pad unit can be programmed to accept the
BOTH Code and Card four code/card combinations listed below.
•
(1) Code ONLY (command 50)
•
(2) Code AND Card (command 50 plus present
card to proximity reader)
(3) Card ONLY (command 50 or command 51)
(4) Code OR Card (command 52)
•
•
NOTE: No user can have the same card and/or code
PIN as another user.
2.7.3.A Code/Card Users
When a combination code/card user employs the
prox.pad unit, that user can present the proximity card
first at the proximity reader, or enter the code first at
the prox.pad keypad as desired.
After the code/card user either presents the card at the
reader or enters the code on the keypad, the red and
green LEDs alternate. This indicates that the unit is
awaiting the second part of the transaction before
granting access. After the second part of the transaction is completed successfully, the bi-color LED turns
solid green and the door opens.
2.7.3.B Programming User Data, Command 50,
Full Format
The full format of command 50 for programming user
data is as follows:
50 # user-type # user location # keypad PIN
* keypad PIN *
Programming a user’s card with command 50 requires
that you present the card to the proximity reader after
entering the final asterisk *.
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A single beep from the sounder indicates that the card
has been read and the data added to the user’s entry. If
the yellow LED lights steadily after the card is presented, it usually indicates one of two problems: (1) an
improper keypress (correct by entering properly), or
(2) the number entered is in use by another user (correct by employing an unused PIN and card).
2.7.3.C Quick Program Feature
A “quick program” feature has been implemented for
user data, however. You only need to enter the user’s
location and the keypad PIN (or present card), in the
format noted below. Employing the quick feature
automatically selects a “Normal” user access type.
loc # PIN * PIN *
OR
loc # ** <present card>
2.7.3.D Programming Code ONLY Use
You can program a user Code ONLY use with command 50. The program sequence is as follows:
50 # user-type # user location # keypad PIN
* keypad PIN *
2.7.3.E Programming Code AND Card Use
The format for programming a user for both Code
AND Card use is as follows:
50 # user-type # user location # keypad PIN
* keypad PIN * <present card>
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2.7.3.F Programming Card ONLY Use
Card ONLY use can be programmed with command
50, with the keypad PIN values omitted from the sequence. For instance, to program user 200 as a “Normal” access user with Card ONLY, press:
50 # user-type # user location # **
<present card>
2.7.3.G Programming Code OR Card
Finally, you can program a user for either Code OR
Card use as follows:
52 # user-type # user location # keypad PIN
* keypad PIN * <present card>
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2.7.4 Programming a
Toggle User
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A user can be programmed as a toggle code and/or
card, which provides that user the ability to unlock the
door for an indefinite period. When a toggle user then
enters the toggle code or card, the prox.pad unit toggles the relay ON; entering a toggle code again toggles
the relay OFF.
If the main relay is toggled ON/OFF, the event is stored
in the Transaction Log; when printed, the log shows
“TGL ON” or “TGL OFF” as appropriate; also shown is
the time, date, door number, and user. To program a
toggle user, follow the steps below.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Place the prox.pad unit in program mode. Press:
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the
unit is in program mode. A steady yellow LED,
in contrast, means that errors were detected
during programming. Error states can be
cleared by pressing the asterisk * key.
CARD: On the prox.pad keypad, enter:
0 # user location # ** <present card>
where 0 (zero) is the user type.
CODE: on the Proximity keypad, enter:
0 # user location # code * code *
CARD and CODE: enter:
0 # user location # code * code *
<present card>
Press * on the prox.pad keypad to exit program
mode.
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2.7.5 Programming
User Types
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Table 2-3 identifies and describes the four user types
supported by the prox.pad unit. NOTE: All examples
show programming the four user types as “card only”
users. All four user types can also be programmed as
code only, code and card, and code or card.
Table 2-3. prox.pad User Types
User Type
User-Type
Description
Toggle/latch lock
0
For this user-type, the door opens for an
indefinite period, until that or another toggle
code is entered (this is useful for deliveries,
for example). Example:
50 # 0 # user location # ** <present card>
Normal access
1
This is the default user type. Opens the door
for the duration of the Main Relay time.
Example:
50 # 1 # user location # ** <present card>
Log Dump
2
For this user-type, the door remains locked
and the Transaction Log is dumped to an
optional IR printer via the IR port when the
appropriate code is entered. This code cannot
be used to gain access through the door. This
log is not erased, only printed. Example:
50 # 2 # user location # ** <present card>
Lockout
3
For this user-type, the keypad “freezes,”
disallowing all other codes plus the door
remains in the current state. During a lockout
state, card access does not continue to work.
If it is locked, it remains locked. If it is
unlocked, it remains unlocked until another
Lockout code is entered, releasing it from
Lockout mode. NOTE: This user-type should
be reserved as a supervisor or override
function. Example:
50 # 3 # user location # ** <present card>
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2.7.6 Deleting Users
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To delete a user from the prox.pad unit’s memory, you
must know the memory register in which the information is stored. Printing a Programmed Users List (as described in section 2.8.2.D) helps you determine this, if
your system is equipped with an optional IR printer. If
not, the programmer should have filled out a paper
chart listing the memory location or register in which
all users are stored.
To delete a user, follow the steps below.
1.
2.
3.
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Place the prox.pad unit in program mode. Press :
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the unit
is in program mode. A steady yellow LED, in contrast, means that errors were detected during programming. Error states can be cleared by pressing
the asterisk * key.
On the prox.pad keypad, enter the user number
you wish to delete and a pound symbol #. To delete user 100, for example, press:
100 # **
The yellow LED blinks slowly.
Press * to exit program mode.
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2.7.7 Timed
Anti-Passback
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The Timed Anti-Passback function is enabled by default. It lets you specify a length of time that must pass
before the same prox card can be processed after being
presented. The feature is included so that the card
must be outside of the prox read field during the entire
period of time. If the card is reintroduced into the field
prior to expiration of the time delay, the time delay restarts with a full duration.
Presenting a different card (not necessarily a programmed card) causes the new card data to be processed immediately and also clears the Anti-Passback
timer so that the first card presented now get processed again immediately.
This feature is selected through option 30# 14#; the
duration of the time delay is set through parameter
32# 3#. The duration of the time delay can be set from
½ second to 60 seconds in ¼ second increments.
Disabling the Timed Anti-Passback function provides
another feature that controls how often ANY prox card
is processed. When option 30# 14# is disabled, the
value in parameter 32# 3# indicates how often a card
will be processed. Please note that the prox read function continues to attempt a card READ every 100 milliseconds, but a valid card read is only PROCESSED after the specified time delay elapses.
Also note that this function does not require the card to
leave the read field. In fact one of the main uses of this
feature is to adjust the processing rate of cards that remain in the field. Now you can extend the processing
time to stop this type of unwanted toggling. All that
must be done is to extend the value in command
32#3#.
Both of these features apply only to prox cards; there is
no “Anti-Passback” processing of keypad PINs. “Anti-
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Passback” and the “card process timer” are also turned
off in program mode.
2.7.8 Batch Load by
Presentation
Command 53 provides a simple method of programming a group of consecutive users by presenting the
appropriate prox cards. This method of programming
cards does not require any knowledge of the prox card
format as long as it contains less than 39 bits of data.
The format of the new command is as follows:
53 # user type # start location # * *
present cards one after another
The card loading stops automatically once the current
user location exceeds 2000. Pressing any key on the
faceplate aborts the loading process.
All users programmed through this command are
setup as “Card Only” users. Any existing card or keypad data for that user is erased prior to programming
the new data. Entering the master user as the first card
in the sequence generates an error because the master
code cannot be programmed as a “Card Only” user.
If an existing card is presented, a programming error is
generated. You clear the error condition by pressing
the [*] (asterisk) and continue presenting cards. This is
the only case where pressing a key on the faceplate
does not abort the card programming sequence.
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2.7.9 Block Delete of
Users
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Command 58 lets you delete a block of users. To lessen
the chance of accidental deletion, the command sequence requires a double entry of the starting user and
number of users values. If the values entered do not
match, a programming error occurs. The format of the
new command is as follows:
58 # start user # start user # number of users * number of users *
The yellow led blinks rapidly during the deletion process; it can take several seconds to delete all 2000 users.
2.7.10 Invalid PIN
Lockout
The Invalid PIN Lockout (IPL) feature is enabled/disabled through option 30# 18#, and is disabled by default.
The prox.pad controller maintains a count of the
number of consecutive invalid keypad PINs that have
been entered. This count is reset by entering a valid
keypad PIN, presenting a programmed prox card,
pressing the program button, entering a valid [99 #
Master code*] sequence, or by the expiration of the
keypad timer.
Presenting a valid but non-programmed prox card
does not affect (clear or increment) the current invalid
PIN entry count. However, entering an incorrect master code in a [99 # Master Code*] sequence does increment the invalid PIN entry count. This ensures that attempts to guess the master code are not overlooked.
When the invalid entry counter reaches the userspecified level, the invalid PIN lockout is activated.
The IPL threshold is programmed through parameter
32#4#, and is defaulted to five attempts.
One of two possible actions occurs once the IPL is triggered, (1) a timed lockout, or (2) the activation of the
Forced Door output. The action taken is based the current setting of option 30# 19#. Activation of the
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invalid PIN lockout is noted in the log with a new
event, “IP LOCKOUT.”
2.7.10.A Forced Door Output
If option 30#19# is set to 1, the IPL operates the Forced
Door output using the system’s current Forced Door
settings (AUX output, duration, audio alert, etc). Once
the Forced Door is activated, the invalid PIN entry
counter clears. Now another IPL can occur as soon as
the threshold level is reached again.
2.7.10.B Timed Lockout Function
Setting option 30#19# to 0 selects the Timed Lockout
function. This function disables all keypad PIN entries
with the exception of the [99 # Master Code*] sequence for the duration of the lockout. The duration of
the lockout is specified through parameter 32#5# using 5-second increments.
To setup a 10-second timed lockout, set parameter
32#5# to 2. The use of 5-second increments means that
the maximum IPL duration is 21 minutes and 15 seconds (255 * 5 seconds).
Normal PIN-related indicators are disabled during a
timed IPL. To determine the IPL state, enter a “known”
invalid PIN such as [123456 *]. This should generate
the usual three beeps, indicating the PIN is not found.
If the beeps do not occur, then IPL is active. Also note
that invalid PINs entries are not logged during an active IPL.
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2.7.10.C Clearing an Active Timed IPL
There are a number of ways to clear an active timed
IPL: (1) pressing the program button or disconnecting
power to the system always clears a lockout; (2) presenting a valid prox card programmed as either a
“Card Only” or “Card OR Code” user type also cancels
an active timed lockout.
NOTE: Presenting a prox card programmed as “Card
AND Code” does not clear the lockout as the entry of
the required keypad PIN is ignored.
There is a special situation when using the [99 # Master Code *] sequence to clear a timed IPL. If an invalid
99# Master Code* is entered as part of the sequence to
clear the IPL, a good 99# Master Code* sequence does
not cancel the current lockout. This prevents someone
from attempting to guess the master code to cancel the
lockout.
Once the IPL is activated by an invalid master code, it
remains active until the IPL expires or is cancelled by
some other means. Entering [99 # Master Code *] with
the correct master code causes the red LED to “dropout” while the IPL is active.
Note that a continuous red dropout is used to indicate
an active User Lockout condition. This should not
cause confusion because only a single red dropout occurs after the [99 # Master Code *] sequence is entered.
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2.8 Using the Printing Features
2.8 Using the
Printing Features
The prox.pad unit in conjunction with an optional IR
(infrared) hand-held printer can print a Transaction
Log and a Programmed User List via the IR port. The
Log Dump command is 70 # 0 # 0 # **.
2.8.1 Selecting
Transaction Log
Information
You can selectively program specific transaction
events to print or not on the Transaction Log. By
“masking” out certain events, you direct the unit not to
save those events in memory and thus not be available
for the log. The factory default is for all transaction
events to be saved in memory and printed on the log.
To turn OFF an event (keep it from being logged), enter:
73 # Event Code # 0 # **
To turn an event ON, enter:
73 # Event Code # 1 # **
The following transaction events can be set/cleared
(saved/not saved) and therefore printed/not printed.
Event Code
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
16
17
20
21
24
25
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Transaction Event
Access Denied
Program Denied
Program Mode
REX (Request to Exit)
Door Ajar
Door Closed
Forced Door
Log Erased
Facility Access
Print
Access
TGL ON (Toggle ON)
TGL OFF (Toggle OFF)
Lo ON (Lockout ON)
Lo OFF (Lockout OFF)
MSMTCH (Mismatch on Card and
Code entry)
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1.
2.
3.
2.8.2 Printing a
Transaction Log
Chapter 2: Standalone Mode
Place the prox.pad unit in program mode. Press:
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the unit
is in program mode. A steady yellow LED, in contrast, means that errors were detected during programming. Error states can be cleared by pressing
the asterisk * key.
Press:
73 # event # 0/1 # **
“0/1” in the command syntax is the ON/OFF instruction for the unit. Pressing 0 at a certain event
means that that event is not logged and is not
available to be printed. Pressing 1, in contrast, restores logging and printing for a particular event.
“Event” is a two-digit number that represents a
specific transaction as listed on the previous page.
A steady yellow LED indicates an error; if this occurs, start again.
Press * to exit program mode.
The yellow LED stops blinking.
If you have an optional IR printer, you can print a
Transaction Log on it via the prox.pad’s IR port. Transaction Logs can be printed using two different methods, (1) by programming a “dump” code into memory
and (2) by placing the prox.pad unit into program
mode and manually entering the print Transaction
Log command. For details, see the sub-sections 2.8.2.A
and 2.8.2.B on the next page.
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2.8.2.A Programming a Transaction Dump Code
1.
2.
3.
Place the prox.pad unit in program mode. Press:
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the unit
is in program mode. A steady yellow LED, in contrast, means that errors were detected during programming. Error states can be cleared by pressing
the asterisk * key.
For a CODE DUMP, press:
50 # 2 # user location # code * code *
For a CARD DUMP, press:
50 # 2 # user location # ** <present card>
and then present the card at the proximity reader.
Press * to exit program mode.
NOTE: Entering the programmed dump code or card
again subsequently causes the unit to print a Transaction Log to the optional IR printer.
2.8.2.B Printing a Transaction Log Manually
1.
2.
3.
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Place the prox.pad unit in program mode. Press:
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the unit
is in program mode. A steady yellow LED, in contrast, means that errors were detected during programming. Error states can be cleared by pressing
the asterisk * key.
Hold the optional IR printer up to the prox.pad IR
port steadily (about one or two inches away; the IR
port is located to the right of the yellow LED) and
then press:
70 # 0 # 0 # **
Press * to exit program mode.
The 70 command is logged in the transaction
buffer (in memory), providing a reference as to
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when the log was printed. Figure 2-8 shows a sample Transaction Log.
Figure 2-8 Transaction Log
The top line of the Transaction Log is the selfexplanatory DATE. The second line contains the three
column headings, #, Time, and Action.
The first left-most column (#) is an event line number,
which increments from 1 to 0 (actually 10) and repeats.
The second column is the event TIME in 24-hour format.
The third column is the ACTION that describes a particular event, USER, REX, FORCED DOOR, etc. Page 2-38
contains a complete list of transaction events.
The column to the right of action is the prox.padgenerated, four-digit USER LOCATION. This is the location in memory where the user data is stored.
The right-most column describes the type of EVENT,
Print, Access, LO ON, etc.
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2.8.2.C Erasing a Transaction Log
The Transaction Log should be erased from memory
after being printed to prevent conflicting logs. To
erase the log, enter the following sequence:
99 # Master Code * 76 # 00000 # 00000 # **
Then press * to exit program mode.
2.8.2.D Printing a Programmed Users List
The Programmed Users List showing all user access information can be printed to an optional IR printer via
the unit’s IR port. The Print Programmed Users List
command is 25.
The prox.pad unit can store up to 2,000 user IDs in
memory at one time. Each user ID can be a card, a PIN
code, or a combination card/PIN code. User data is
stored in numbered registers, with register one being
known as “user one,” register two “user two,” etc. User
data is stored in the available memory registers automatically by the unit; you do not have to place data in
any particular order.
You can store codes or cards in the first five registers
and skip some registers, leaving them empty on purpose; you can then continue programming from registers that are out of sequence. This is an important concept since the printed list identifies the memory register (location) for each user’s data. It does not print user
locations that are not programmed.
1. Place the prox.pad unit in program mode. Press:
99 # Master Code * (default is 1234)]
A slow blinking yellow LED indicates that the unit
is in program mode. A steady yellow LED, in contrast, means that errors were detected during programming. Error states can be cleared by pressing
the asterisk * key.
2. Hold the optional IR printer up to the prox.pad IR
port steadily (about one or two inches away; the IR
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port is located to the right of the yellow LED) and
then press:
25 # 0 # 0 # **
When the list is complete, press * to exit program
mode. Figure 2-9 shows a sample Programmed
Users List. To maintain a more detailed record,
simply write down each user’s name beside the
corresponding line number.
Figure 2-9 Programmed User List
The top line of the Programmed User List is the DOOR
NUMBER on which the prox.pad unit is installed. The
second line is the TITLE of the list. The list proper is
composed of four columns, oriented from left to right. The
first, left-most column is the four-digit USER NUMBER.
The second column is the two-digit USER TYPE. The
first letter denotes the access modes (S, B, E), the second letter the user type (T, N, D, L).
S = Single PIN
B = BOTH code and card
E = EITHER code OR card
T = Toggle function is allowed for this user
N = Normal user
D = Print dump feature is allowed for this user
L = Lockout feature is allowed for this user
The third column is the CODE NUMBER.
The right-most and fourth column is the combination
SITE CODE/CARD NUMBER. (The Site Code is not entered manually; it is embedded on the proximity card. 011
is the default for IEI cards.)
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2.9 Standalone
Program
Commands
2.9 Standalone Program Commands
If you need to change any of the program default values or wish to add functions, first enter program mode
and then enter the desired program command. Defaults are in bold.
Table 2-4. Standalone Programming Commands
Action Desired
Press
Details
To enter program
mode
99 # (Master Code)
Yellow LED blinks
slowly
1. Change master
code
Code-only
operation
(example, 4321
master code)
2. Set main relay
time
1 # (new code) * (repeat code) *
1 # 4321 * 4321 *
11 # tt # 0 # **
tt=1-99 seconds in a
two-digit format
3. Set AUX relay
output
15 # output # 0 # **
0=disabled,
1=shunt,
2=forced door,
3=propped door
4. Delete users
user-location # **
(See section 2.7.6)
5. Print a transaction
log
70 # 0 # 0 # **
6. Set/clear standard
option
30 # option # s/c # **
Option
0, audio keypress feature
1, visual keypress feature
2, auto entry enable
3, standalone/front end
operation
4, access by facility code
5, forced door audio alert
6, propped door audio alert
7, internal rex switch
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See options 0-13
below
Set/Clear
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=OFF, 1-ON
0=standalone
1=front end
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=OFF, 1-ON
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Table 2-4. Standalone Programming Commands (continued)
Action Desired
Press
Option
8, US/EU date format
9, wiegand red LED enable
10, wiegand red led active
state
11, wiegand green led
enable
12, wiegand green led
active
13, daylight savings time
14, prox card anti-passback
select
18, invalid PIN lockout select
19, invalid PIN lockout action
7a. Print
programmed user list
25 # 0 # 0 # **
7b. Print
programmed user list
(starting at a certain
user)
25 # 0 # start user # **
8. Change platform
parameters
32 # parameter # value # **
Parameter
0, wiegand pulse count
1, wiegand interpulse
2, 26-bit facility code
3, process card timer
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Set/Clear
0=US,
1=European
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=LOW,
1=HIGH
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=LOW,
1=HIGH
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=Timed
Lockout, 1=
Forced Door
Output
(See section 2.8.2.D)
See options 0-5
below
Value
1-255
(8-160µs)
1-255
(spacing
32-640µs)
0-255
(default = 1)
2-240 in ¼
second increments
Facility code must
be set to enter cards
manually
(IEI default = 11)
(defaults to 4 -1
second)
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Table 2-4. Standalone Programming Commands (continued)
Action Desired
Press
Details
Parameter
4, invalid PIN lockout
threshold
5, invalid PIN lockout
duration
Value
1-50 attempts
(default=5)
1-255 in 5second increments
(defaults to 60 secs,
5 minutes)
9. Set system time
41 # hhmm # 0 # **
hhmm=hour/minute,
24-hr format
10. Set system date
42 # mmddyy # dow # **
mmddyy=month,
date, year; dow=day
of week, 1=Sunday
11. Set door number
43 # nnnn # 0 # **
nnnn=door number
in a four-digit format
44 # ttt # 0 # **
ttt=propped door
time, to nearest 10’s
seconds, entered as
30-990; default=30
secs
13. Set forced door
time (this sets time
for both Aux Relay
and local sounder
45 # ttt # 0 # **
ttt=propped door
time, to nearest 10’s
seconds, entered as
30-990;
default=10 secs
14. Delete memory
except user list and
restore system
defaults (also see
command 46)
40 # 00000 # 00000 # **
(See section 2.7.1.D)
15. Delete all
memory and reset
system defaults
46 # 00000 # 00000 # **
(See section 2.7.1.E)
12. Set propped
door time (this sets
time for both Aux
Relay and local
sounder
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Table 2-4. Standalone Programming Commands (continued)
Action
Press
16. Program user:
Code ONLY
50 # user-type # user location # code *
repeat code *
NOTE: You can program the four types of
users shown to the right (refers to items
16-19).
17a. Program user:
Code AND Card
50 # user-type # user location # code *
repeat code ** <present card>
17b. Program user:
Card ONLY
50 # user-type # user location # **
<present card>
Details
0-Toggle/latch lock,
1-Normal access,
2-log Dump, and
3-Lockout.
The card PIN
appears on the card
(facility code must
be entered first; see
32 # 2 # command)
18. Program user
manually: Card
ONLY (26-bit cards
ONLY)
51 # user-type # user location #
card PIN * card PIN *
19. Program user:
Code OR Card
52 # user-type # user location # code *
repeat code * <present card>
20. Program
consecutive “card
only” users
53 # type # start user # ** <present card>
<present card> ...
By presentation
21. Perform batch
entry of users (26-bit
cards ONLY)
56 # total count # user location #
card PIN * card pin *
“Total count” = total
number of cards to
be entered; card PIN
appears on card; a
facility code must be
entered first (see
command 32, option
# 2)
22. Delete block of
consecutive users
58 # start user # start user # number of
users * number of users *
23. Print Transaction
Log via IR port
70 # 0 # 0 **
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Table 2-4. Standalone Programming Commands (continued)
Action Desired
24. Set transaction
log mask (set/clear
event logging);
set=1, clear=2
Press
Details
73 # event # set/clear # **
Code
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
16
17
20
21
24
25
27
(See section 2.8.1);
see options 01-27
below; all are set to
1=ON
Transaction Event
Access Denied
Program Denied
Program Mode
REX (Request to Exit)
Door Ajar
Door Closed
Forced Door
Log Erased
Facility Access
IP Lockout, invalid PIN lockout
occurred
Print
Access
TGL ON (Toggle ON)
TGL OFF
Lo ON (Lockout ON)
Lo OFF
MSMTCH (Mismatch)
25. Reset/erase
transaction log
76 # 00000 # 00000 # **
(See section 2.8.2.C)
26. To exit Program
mode
* (after final command)
Yellow stops flashing
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Chapter 3: Wiegand
Front End Mode
Chapter 3 describes Wiegand Front End mode and
supplies wiring diagrams and a programming chart
specific to Wiegand mode.
3.1 Wiegand Front In “Wiegand Front End” mode, the card data is sent to
the separate Wiegand central panel. This panel then
End Mode
makes all door open/close decisions and lights/turns
Description
off the prox.pad LEDs accordingly. All relay outputs
on the prox.pad unit are disabled.
In all operating modes, the prox.pad unit maintains
programmability so that prox.pad system parameters
can be set. The default factory setting during
programming is for the unit to “time out” after 45
seconds of inactivity.
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3.2 Wiring the
Wiegand Front
End
3.2 Wiring the Wiegand Front
Space reserved for text on this topic.
3.2.1 Wiring to the
Wiegand Panel
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BLACK (-V)
RED (+V IN)
BROWN (WIEGAND LED CONTROL)
WHITE (WIEGAND DATA 1)
GREEN (WIEGAND DATA 0)
THE prox.pad CAN BE
POWERED FROM 5 VDC
WIEGAND PANELS
NOTE: Some panels may require a
pull-up resistor (10K, 1/4 Watt), if the
prox.pad device does not change state
when the panel unlocks the door. Connect
the resistor between +V and the LED control
wire. This is performed more easily on the
panel’s screw terminals.
Figure 3-1 Wiring the Wiegand Panel
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3.3 Wiegand Front End Programming
3.3 Wiegand Front
End Programming
3.3.1 Mode and
Wiegand Front End
Select
3.3.2 Wiegand Keypad The system now supports the transmission of keypad
Data
PINs while operating in Wiegand Front End mode.
The prox.pad controller attempts to process any digit
sequence terminated with the [*] key as 26-bit
Wiegand data.
The current facility code (parameter 32# 2#) is used in
the creation of the data stream. Entering a keypad PIN
causes the unit to generate three quick beeps, which
indicates an invalid PIN and no data is sent. A keypad
PIN cannot be expressed in 16 bits (any PIN over
65535).
In Wiegand Front End mode, the prox.pad controller
sends the code data to the Wiegand panel. The specific
panels that IEI has evaluated to date (the Northern
N-1000 and N-500) see the keypad data as card data, so
it is not possible to perform CARD AND CODE
operation (requiring both) to gain access.
3.3.3 Card Data
3-4
When the card is presented, the raw card data is sent to
the Wiegand panel; when the PIN is entered followed
by the *, 26-bit data is sent to the panel. Card and code
data are sent separate from each other but are
interpreted at the Wiegand panel as card data for both
types. If software is available for the panel and you
wish to use the keypad to gain access, you must enter
the desired code, in the CARD data field for that user.
This is mandatory no matter how much you would like
to enter such data into the keypad PIN number field.
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3.3.4 Corporate 1000
Chapter 3: Wiegand Front End Mode
Need this.
3.3.5 LED Active
States
Table 3-1. prox.pad LED Indicators/Sounder
Operations, Wiegand Mode
LED or
Sounder
Visual/Audible
Condition
Description
Yellow LED
Slow blink
Unit is in Program mode
Rapid blink
Verify mode is active (checking that the last
two values in sequence match)
Steady
Program error; production test failure
(accompanied by long beep); entry error
lockout (no keypress feedback)
Very rapid blink
Memory (eeprom) erase is in progress
(command 46, production test); data
save/restore to/from test fixture eeprom
(command 1106/1107
Steady red
Lock is locked
Steady green
Lock is energized (timed or latched)
Quick double
red/green flash
Prox card read correctly
Rapid red, yellow,
green sequencing
Power on/reset, multiple sequences spaced
seconds apart, indicating watchdog reset
Bi-color LED
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LED or
Sounder
Visual/Audible
Condition
Description
Sounder
Very quick beep (10
ms) with yellow LED
blink every second
Eeprom read error during get system
parameters; can be turned off by running
self-test
Pair of double beeps
during production
test
Indicates kernel has reset system
parameters, a third beep indicates that text
strings have been loaded
3 slow beeps (250
ms)
Indicates self-test; a fourth beep indicates
system in standalone mode
Single long beep
after PIN entered
Value entered too big, cannot be
represented in 16 bits (Wiegand mode)
1 short beep
Valid card access
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3.4 Wiegand
Programming
Commands
Chapter 3: Wiegand Front End Mode
If you need to change any of the program default
values or wish to add functions, first enter program
mode and then enter the desired program command.
Defaults are in bold. (IEI: Customized for Wiegand.)
Table 3-2. Wiegand Programming Commands
Action Desired
Press
Details
To enter program
mode
99 # (Master Code)
Yellow LED blinks
slowly
1. Change master
code
Code-only
operation
(example, 4321
master code)
2. Set/clear standard
option
1 # (new code) * (repeat code) *
1 # 4321 * 4321 *
30 # option # s/c # **
Option
0, audio keypress feature
1, visual keypress feature
2, auto entry enable
3, standalone/front end
operation
9, wiegand red LED enable
10, wiegand red led active
state
11, wiegand green led
enable
12, wiegand green led
active
15, front end mode select
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Set/Clear
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=OFF, 1-ON
0=standalone
1=front end
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=LOW,
1=HIGH
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=LOW,
1=HIGH
0=Wiegand,
1=Hub
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3.4 Wiegand Programming Commands
Action
Press
Details
3. Change platform
parameters
32 # parameter # value # **
See options 0-1
below
Parameter
0, wiegand pulse count
1, wiegand interpulse
Value
1-255
(8-160µs)
1-255
(spacing
32-640µs)
4. Delete memory
except user list and
restore system
defaults (also see
command 46)
40 # 00000 # 00000 # **
(See section 2.7.1.D)
5. Delete all memory
and reset system
defaults
46 # 00000 # 00000 # **
(See section 2.7.1.E)
6. To exit Program
mode
* (after final command)
Yellow stops flashing
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Chapter 4: Hub Front
End Mode
Chapter 4 describes Hub Front End mode and supplies
wiring diagrams and a programming chart specific to
Hub Front End mode.
4.1 Hub Front End In “Hub Front End” mode (also known as “HFE” or
Mode Description “IM” mode), the prox.pad unit is used as a front end
with an IEI Hub, Hub+ or Hub Max controller, as well
as a front end to a 212 controller such as the one packaged in the 212XT package.
4.1.1 Allowable Card
Types
Either standard 26-bit or Corporate 1000 prox cards
can be employed during HFE mode. No other format
cards can be used. The PIN data is extracted from these
card types and sent to the Hub, Hub+, or Hub Max
controller for verification.
Because Hub systems only support 6-digit card PINs,
presenting a Corporate 1000 card with a PIN greater
than 999,999 causes the system to ignore the card and
generate a single long beep. Option 30#20# selects the
type of HID prox card (either 26 bit or Corporate 1000 )
to be processed.
If the prox.pad unit is programmed for “Hub Front
End” mode, the IEI Hub, Hub+, or HubMan controller
makes the access decision and controls the lock relays;
all relay outputs on the prox.pad unit are disabled.
In all operating modes, the prox.pad unit maintains
programmability so that prox.pad system parameters
can be set. The default factory setting during programming is for the unit to “time out” after 45 seconds of inactivity.
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4.1.2 Selecting
Between Modes
4.1 Hub Front End Mode Description
Option 30#3# lets you select between “Standalone”
mode and “Front End” mode. A second option bit,
30#15#, allows you to select between “Wiegand”
mode and “Hub Front End” mode.
Consequently, to set up the prox.pad system for “Wiegand Front End” mode, set mode option 30#3# to 1
and option 30#15# to 0.
“Hub Front End” mode requires both option 30#3#
and 30#15# to be set to 1.
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Chapter 4: Hub Front End Mode
4.2 Wiring the Hub The prox.pad unit can be attached to the IEI Hub controller by connecting prox.pad pin P3:4 to Hub Buffer
Front End
Board pin P6:3 (Green to White/Black) and pin P3:3 to
pin P6:4 (White to White/Yellow).
3-WHITE TO HUB WHITE/YELLOW
4-GREEN TO HUB WHITE/BLACK
Figure 4-1 Attaching the prox.pad unit to the
Hub
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4.3 Performing a
Self-Test
4.3 Performing a Self-Test
The self-test function operates slightly differently during Hub Front End mode. There are only three beeps
instead of the 3+1 sequence used in Standalone mode.
After the self-test, data is output through the IR LED.
In Hub Front End mode, the yellow LED flickers to
show the activity of the Hub Front End bus. Pressing
any key immediately exits the self-test. If no key is
pressed, the self-test times out automatically after 30
seconds.
NOTE: For more information on testing the prox.pad
unit, refer to section 2.6.
Attempting to program any user besides the master
user while in either Hub or Wiegand Front End mode
will generate a programming error.
Table 4-1. prox.pad LED Indicators/Sounder
Operations, Hub Front End Mode
LED or
Sounder
Visual/Audible
Condition
Description
Yellow LED
Slow blink
Unit is in Program mode
Rapid blink
Verify mode is active (checking that the last
two values in sequence match)
Steady
Program error
Very rapid blink
Memory (eeprom) erase is in progress
(command 46)
“Pulsing” rapid blink
Batch program of cards in progress
(command 56); block delete of users
(command 58)
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LED or
Sounder
Visual/Audible
Condition
Description
Bi-color LED
Steady red
Lock is locked
Rapid red, yellow,
green sequencing
Power on, multiple sequences spaced
seconds apart
Very quick beep (10
ms) with yellow LED
blink every second
Eeprom read error during get system
parameters; can be turned off by running
self-test
Pair of double beeps
during production
test
Indicates kernel has reset system
parameters, a third beep indicates that text
strings have been loaded
3 slow beeps (250
ms)
Indicates self-test; a fourth beep indicates
system in standalone mode
3 rapid beeps after
PIN entered
PIN not found
3 very rapid beeps
after card presented
(standalone mode)
PIN not found, facility code/company ID
mismatch and access by facility mode
enabled; incorrect start sentinel for selected
card type (option #20)
Single long beep
after card presented
in Hub Front End
mode
Invalid card type (incorrect start sentinel for
selected card type, option #20); PIN data of
corporate 1000 card exceeds 999,999;
facility code/company ID mismatch and
option #21 enabled
1 short beep
Valid card access
Sounder
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4.4 Hub Front End Commands
4.4 Hub Front End
Commands
4.4.1 In/Out Select
In Hub Front End mode, you can change the IN/OUT
setting for the Keypad and Antenna sections independently. This allows the installer to mount the antenna remotely up to 10 feet away on the outside of the
door and place the keypad on the inside of the door.
Using command 30#16# the installer can now set the
antenna to record as “IN” in the Hub transaction log.
Using command 30#17# similarly causes the keypad
to record as “OUT.” Each one must be assigned separately.
4.4.2 Facility Match
Required
The “facility match required” option (30#21#) provides an extra level of security for Hub Front End card
operations.This option ensures that only cards with a
facility code matching the value programmed into the
prox.pad unit are processed.
Cards containing different facility codes or of the
wrong type cause the unit to generate a single long
beep when presented.
Note that 26-bit cards contain a 3-digit facility code that
is programmed into the prox.pad unit using command
32#2#. Corporate 1000 cards use a 4-digit “company
id” that is set using command 35#0#. Here are some
examples of this command:
Command
Action
Command 30#21# set/clear#**
Facility Match
ON/OFF
Command 30#20# set/clear#**
Card Type Select
Command 32#2# Facility Code#** Store the 26 bit
Facility Code
Command 35#0# Facility Code#** Store the Corporate
1000 Facility Code
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4.4 Hub Front End Commands
Chapter 4: Hub Front End Mode
This option creates a more secure system by ensuring
that the facility code of the card being presented
matches the facility code stored in the prox.pad unit
before data is sent to the Hub controller. Once this feature is turned ON, you CANNOT mix and match different types of cards, and you can use only 26-bit or
Corporate 1000 cards, not both.
This feature is turned OFF by default, and the default
site code is set to “1.”
NOTE: If you are using IEI brand (HID) prox cards
where the site code is 011, you must set the 26-bit site
code to 011 using the following command sequence:
32# 2# 011# **
Failure to enter that sequence causes the prox.pad
unit to emit a single long beep after a 26-bit IEI prox
card is presented; this signals that the site code on
the card did not match the site code stored in the
prox.pad unit.
Here is a detailed description of the operation:
1.
2.
3.
Select one of the two supported cards, either 26-bit
or the Corporate 1000 using command 30#20#.
This instructs the prox.pad unit where to look in
the data stream for the facility code.
Remember, either 26-bit or Corporate 100 cards
are the only cards that work with the prox.pad
unit when it is in Hub Front End mode.
You must also store the facility code in the
prox.pad memory using either command 32#2#
for 26-bit cards or command 35#0# for Corporate
1000 cards.
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4.
4.4 Hub Front End Commands
After storing the facility code correctly, whenever
a 26-bit card or a Corporate 1000 card is presented
to the prox.pad in Hub Front End mode, the facility code is stripped out of the data stream and
compared to the stored facility code in the
prox.pad memory. If it matches, the prox.pad unit
sends the card number to the Hub controller. If the
site codes do not match, the prox.pad unit emits a
single long beep.
4.4.3 Prox Card Type
Select
This option is needed if you change the type of card
you wish to use. The default is 26-bit cards. You can
also choose to use the Corporate 1000 cards, but only
one type can be selected and used to gain access at any
given time. For more information, see section 4.4.2.
4.4.4 Corporate 1000
Company ID
This option is needed only if you choose to turn ON
Facility Match (section 4.4.2).
4.4.5 Anti-Passback/
Process Card Timer
This feature is also available in Hub Front End mode,
and works exactly as it does in Standalone mode. For
more information, refer to section 2.7.7.
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4.5 Hub Front End Program Commands
Chapter 4: Hub Front End Mode
4.5 Hub Front End If you need to change any of the program default values or wish to add functions, first enter program mode
Program
and then enter the desired program command. DeCommands
faults are in bold.
Table 4-2. Hub Front End Programming Commands
Action Desired
Press
Details
To enter program
mode
99 # (Master Code)
Yellow LED blinks
slowly
1. Change master
code
Code-only
operation
(example, 4321
master code)
2. Set/clear standard
option
1 # (new code) * (repeat code) *
1 # 4321 * 4321 *
30 # option # s/c # **
Option
0, audio keypress feature
1, visual keypress feature
2, auto entry enable
3, standalone/front end
operation
14, prox card anti-passback
select
15, front end mode select
16, HFE reader In/Out
select
17, HFE keypad In/Out
20, prox card type select
21, facility match required
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See options below
Set/Clear
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=OFF, 1-ON
0=standalone
1=front end
0=OFF, 1=ON
0=Wiegand,
1=Hub
0=IN, 1=OUT
0=IN, 1=OUT
0=26-bit,
1=Corporate
1000
0=OFF, 1=ON
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4.5 Hub Front End Program Commands
Action Desired
Press
Details
3. Change platform
parameters
32 # parameter # value # **
See options 2-3
below
Parameter
2, 26-bit facility code
4. Enter Corporate
1000 Company ID
Value
0-255
(defaults to
1)
See option below
35 # parameter # value # **
Parameter
0, corporate 1000
company ID
Value
0-4095
(default=4095)
5. Delete memory
except user list and
restore system
defaults (also see
command 46)
40 # 00000 # 00000 # **
(See section 2.7.1.D)
6. Delete all memory
and reset system
defaults
46 # 00000 # 00000 # **
(See section 2.7.1.E)
7. To exit Program
mode
* (after final command)
Yellow stops flashing
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Chapter 5:
Troubleshooting
Chapter 5 furnishes a Troubleshooting Chart, diagnostic flow charts, a power supply integrity test, and information to correct possible water problems.
5.1 Before Calling
IEI
Whenever your prox.pad unit experiences difficulty,
before calling IEI for help, first refer to the Troubleshooting Chart for answers. If the Troubleshooting
Chart does not help, perform the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Write down the time and date that the problem
occurred, or the time and date when you first
noticed the problem. Also note what the unit was
doing when the problem occurred or was first
noticed.
Note all other relevant information, paying particular attention to recent updates, new or inexperienced installers/programmers, or any recent
hardware changes to the optional IR printer, separate Wiegand panel or central access control panel,
or Hub, Hub+, HubMan controller.
Attempt to isolate the problem.
Refer to the “Troubleshooting Chart” and flow
charts in this chapter. They are designed such that
many common problems can be easily diagnosed
and corrected by users without IEI assistance.
Contact your supervisor or the “technical subject
expert” at your facility for assistance for help if
you cannot diagnose and correct the problem
yourself using steps 1-4 above
Contact IEI for help only if using steps 1-5 above
fails to resolve the problem. Make sure that you
have a written description of the problem (and
any steps you may have taken attempting to rem-
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5.1 Before Calling IEI
edy the problem) before calling for help. Write
down the version number of your prox.pad unit
before calling IEI for help.
Table 5-1. Troubleshooting Chart
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution
Red LED turns
green when access
accepted, but door
does not open
Various: power
supply voltage
problems, locking
device power supply
not set correctly
1. Check power supply voltage.
2. Monitor voltage at unit’s V+ and
V- terminals (on P1) with meter,
enter a valid code, and ensure
that voltage remains constant
while locking device attempts to
unlock and relock. If voltage
varies 1/4 volt or more during this
test, this is a problem you must
correct; look for the following:
-verify that power supply is rated
sufficiently for all equipment being
powered
-verify that locking device, if on
same power supply, is set up for
current being drawn (example: if a
lock draws 300mA at 24VDC,
same lock may draw 600mA at
12VDC, especially if the unit
requires that jumpers be placed in
a different configuration
-place meter across lock power
wires at lock and ensure the lock
is receiving proper voltage
prox.pad unit
experiences reduced
read range problems
Various: unit is
mounted on a metal
surface, or other
equipment producing
RF interference
For metal surface problems, see
section 1.13.3; for RF interference
problems, see section 1.13.4.
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5.1 Before Calling IEI
Chapter 5: Troubleshooting
Table 5-1. Troubleshooting Chart (continued)
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution
prox.pad unit not
entering program
mode when 99 #
Master code * is
pressed on the
prox.pad keypad or
installer/programmer
forgets the “master
code"
Various: master code
has been changed,
is incorrect, or new
code not
programmed correctly
1. With power to the prox.pad unit
turned ON, remove the main
circuit board from the unit as
described in section 1.16.
2. Locate the “Program” button
(SW1) underneath the main
circuit board and press it for
about 2 seconds. Take care if you
must pull the circuit board out of
the plastic housing. Handle the
board by its edges, otherwise,
your fingers can short the solder
points. Figure 1-7 illustrates the
location of this button. (When
handling the main printed
circuit board, to guard against
possible static discharges,
touch a grounded object
BEFORE touching the prox.pad
unit.) (The yellow LED blinks
slowly, indicating that program
mode is active.)
3. To program a new master code,
press:
1# new-code * repeat-code *
The code can be 1-6 digits, with
repeated numbers acceptable.
4. To exit program mode, press * .
5. Continue programming as
described in Chapter 2, 3, or 4.
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5.2 Flow Charts
5.2 Flow Charts
prox.pad Indicates "Acceptance," But No
Main Relay Action Occurs
1. Meter and verify correct keypad voltage. 2. Reference prox.pad
instructions.
NO
YES
Perform power
integrity test
(section 5.3).
PASS
1. Resolve issue, then erase
prox.pad memory to elminate
problem. 2. Enter default code,
1234* .
FAIL
FAIL
PASS
1. Set meter to read continuity,
remove power from Main relay
common of prox.pad. 2. Enter
code 1234* to verify that relay
activates.
Persistent?
Revert to above
step.
1. Reprogram prox.pad and
re-test. 2. See "Note" at
bottom of page.
Troubleshoot per
instructions in Table 5-1.
PASS
FAIL
Bad prox.pad
The prox.pad is working
properly, the problem may
reside with the locking device.
Meter voltage at lock and
enter 1234* .
Meter show
change?
NO
Change not occurring
YES
Power is getting to lock
Ring out wires between
prox.pad and lock.
Bad lock
NOTE: A glitch in the prox.pad program might result from using a power
supply that is not filtered and regulated properly. For extra filtering
suggestions, call IEI technical support.
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5.2 Flow Charts
Chapter 5: Troubleshooting
Programmed Codes Stop Working;
prox.pad Buttons Not Working
1. Meter and verify correct prox.pad voltage. 2. Reference
prox.pad instructions.
YES
NO
Confirm that each prox.pad button is not damaged
by using the Keypress Feedback feature. (A
damaged button will cause a digit to be read more
than once or not at all, resulting in denied access.)
1. Resolve issue. 2. Erase prox.pad memory
to erase any program glitch. 3. Enter default
code, 1234* .
PASS
FAIL
PASS
FAIL
Verify that the asterisk button (*) is being
used like the <Enter> key. (This may be
turned ON/OFF in programming.)
1. Reprogram prox.pad
and re-test. 2. See "Note"
at bottom of page.
1. Erase entire prox.pad memory to erase any
program glitch. 2. Enter default code, 1234* .
PASS
1. Reprogram prox.pad
and re-test. 2. See "Note"
at bottom of page.
Perform power
integrity test
(section 5.3).
PASS
FAIL
Troubleshoot per instructions
in Table 5-1.
1. Set meter to read continuity. 2. Place
meter leads on Main relay common (C)
and Main relay normally open (N/O). 3.
Enter 1234* to verify that relay activates.
FAIL
Bad
prox.pad
PASS
prox.pad is working. The problem may
reside with the locking device.
NOTE: A glitch in the prox.pad program might result from using a power
supply that is not filtered and regulated properly. For extra filtering
suggestions, call IEI technical support.
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5.2 Flow Charts
External Request to Exit Input Not
Activating prox.pad
1. Meter and verify correct prox.pad voltage. 2. Reference
prox.pad instructions.
YES
NO
Perform power integrity test
(section 5.3).
1. Resolve issue. 2. Erase prox.pad memory
to erase any program glitch.
PASS
FAIL
Troubleshoot per instructions
in Table 5-1.
1. Verify that door position switch closed before
attempting to engage the REX. (prox.pad ignores
this input when door is open.) 2. If no door
contacts are used, jumper input together with a
piece of wire and try again.
1. Disconnect any devices connected to white,
orange, and brown. 2. Short the W and
O wires together and maintain connection. 3.
Momentarily short the O and B/R terminals to
activate the egress input. Does the prox.pad
work?
PASS
Solved! Shut the
door.
FAIL
YES
NO
Bad
prox.pad
PASS
1. With the door contacts closed, meter continuity
between exit switch and wires from prox.pad.
(Meter should read an open and then a closed
circuit when exit device is activated.) 2. Reconnect
exit switch. 3. With door contact input closed, try
the switch again.
FAIL
1. Verify that no other equipment is monitoring
same door contacts as prox.pad. 2. If so,
disconnect all other devices on that set of
contacts, except the prox.pad. 3. Try again.
1. Verify that exit device is "dry contact"
and no induced voltages, A/C or D/C, are
being applied to input. 2. More than one
volt?
YES
If problem persists,
see Note at bottom.
NO
Locate source and
eliminate. (Circuit requires
a dry switch.)
NOTE: A glitch in the prox.pad program might result from using a power
supply that is not filtered and regulated properly. For extra filtering
suggestions, call IEI technical support.
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5.3 Performing Power Supply Integrity Test
5.3 Performing
Power Supply
Integrity Test
Chapter 5: Troubleshooting
This test confirms whether or not the power source is
providing sufficient amperage to support all the equipment. It indicates whether or not a stable electrical
environment exists by revealing fluctuating voltages
during operations. A fluctuation in voltage exists when
the equipment draws more amperage than the power
supply offers.
As the prox.pad unit cycles the equipment ON and
OFF, power must remain constant. If a voltage fluctuation of one-quarter volt or more occurs during testing,
in either the positive or negative direction, the test
results indicates a “fail” response. If the voltage retains
proper amplitude (remains constant), the test indicates
a “pass” response.
1.
2.
3.
Set the meter to read voltage and place meter
probes on the red and black wires of P1, located
on the prox.pad unit. You may have to reference
Figure 1-2 for details. If the prox.pad unit consists
of two parts, a reader and a controller, the terminals are located on the controller.
The voltage reading is monitored throughout the
entire test.
With power being applied to the entire prox.pad
unit, enter a valid code on the prox.pad keypad.
The REX input can be used in place of a valid
code; the test results remain the same. Reference
the keypad circuits diagram for REX input, located
in Chapter 2 of this manual.
Observe the meter as the keypad cycles the system
ON and OFF. The voltage should remain constant
during this operation, indicating that the electrical
system is stable and adequate.
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4.
5-8
5.3 Performing Power Supply Integrity Test
Constant voltage during the test indicates a
“PASS” response. If the voltage changes more than
one-quarter of a volt (.25), the test indicates a
“FAIL” response.
If the test indicates a “FAIL” response, refer to the
“Power Supply Integrity Test Indicating Fluctuating Voltage” flow chart on the next page to troubleshoot the unit. If the test indicates a “PASS”
response, return to the “External Request to Exit
Input Not Activating prox.pad” flow chart and
resume your work.
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Chapter 5: Troubleshooting
Power Supply Integrity Test Indicating Fluctuating Voltage
Fluctuating voltage encountered while performing the test in section 5.3 is the result of
defect in the electrical system. This flow chart pertains to units consisting of one power
supply providing for one prox.pad, one electric lock, and any accessories (for example,
motion egress detector).
YES
Meter and verify that voltage from electrical outlet
is in tolerance.
NO
Check circuit breaker, or obtain assistance of a
licensed electrician.
1. Acquire an alternative power supply that matches
unit voltage, battery preferred. 2. Disconnect
prox.pad power by removing wires from the (+) and
(-) wires at prox.pad. 3. Connect alternative power
to prox.pad and re-test per section 5.2.
FAIL
Resolve and re-test per instructions in
section 5.3.
PASS
FAIL
Ensure power supply donates ample power by
adding the max. current draw of each device.
(Total AMPs should be less than provided by
power supply.)
A larger power
supply is required.
1. Disconnect all accessories and lock from
prox.pad. 2. Re-connect original power supply.
3. Re-test per instructions in section 5.3.
FAIL
PASS
Bad
prox.pad
PASS
If applicable, ensure the lock's power selection
jumper is selecting proper voltage setting. (In
wrong position, current draw doubles.)
Problem is prior to
the prox.pad.
The following are possible causes for negative
test results. To resolve, try and isolate each
device by swapping or removing from the circuit
one part at a time.
-Defective power supply not producing rated amount.
-Defective power supply no longer producing rated amount.
-Defective battery loading down the unit.
-Nick or crack in conductor acting like an in-line resistor.
-Return to step 3 in section 5.3 and continue.
NOTE: A glitch in the prox.pad program might result from using a power
supply that is not filtered and regulated properly. For extra filtering
suggestions, call IEI technical support.
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5.4 Correcting
Possible Water
Problems
5.4 Correcting Possible Water Problems
Approximately 3% of all returns (RMAs) are caused by
water damage. prox.pad units that are mounted outdoors require certain preventive steps to avoid being
damaged by water. This section discusses the reasons
water can accumulate in keypads and the steps to
prevent this.
5.4.1 Silicone
1.
2.
5.4.2 Wire Run
5-10
Use silicone to seal wire runs and mounting holes.
Do NOT seal the cover and base together.
Keypads are designed to direct any water that
enters the two constituent pieces, base and cover,
towards the bottom and out a drain or weep hole.
Bend the wires before they enter the case to form a
drip loop. Often water follows the wires to the connection point of the circuit board and shorts out the
terminals to which the wires are connected.
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Chapter 6:
Miscellaneous
Information
Chapter 6 contains miscellaneous information, such as
IEI’s customer service policy, returned merchandise
authorization policy, and consumables information.
6.1 Customer
Service Policy
IEI has a Customer Service department to meet the
varied service needs of its customers. Examples of department functions include:
•
•
Telephone troubleshooting with technical experts
Technical assistance to solve specific application
questions is handled by the Sales department
IEI’s Customer Service department can help customers
expedite shipments, contact the proper personnel, or
help with special customer requests. To contact IEI’s
Customer Service department, call (800) 343-9502 A
Customer Service Representative is available from 8:00
a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (EST) to:
•
•
•
•
check on installation
request technical assistance
report a problem
return products
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6.2 RMA Policy
“RMA” stands for Returned Merchandise Authorization.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6-2
6.2 RMA Policy
A warranty claim must be made promptly and
must be received during the applicable warranty
period by IEI or your authorized IEI distributor.
If it becomes necessary to return a product for
repair and/or adjustment, prior authorization
from IEI or your IEI-authorized distributor must
be obtained. Instructions as to how and where
these products should be shipped will be provided
by IEI or your IEI-authorized distributor.
Any product or component returned for examination and/or warranty repair shall be sent to IEI
in Canton, Massachusetts, or any of their authorized representatives. All items must be returned
at the customer ’s cost (freight prepaid), quoting a
return authorization number which is available
from the Service department. All products or components repaired or replaced under warranty will
be returned to the customer at IEI’s cost using UPS
(United Parcel Service) or an equivalent service.
In all cases, IEI or your IEI-authorized distributor
has sole responsibility for determining the cause
and nature of failure, and IEI’s or the distributor ’s
determination with regard thereto shall be final.
All parts that are replaced under warranty will
become the property of IEI.
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Index
A
About this Manual, 1-1
Adding Cards via Batch Entry, 2-26
Adding New or Changing Existing
Codes/Cards, 2-24
Alarm Output Selection, 2-3
Allowable Card Types, 4-1
Anti-Passback/Process Card Timer, 4-8
B
Batch Entry, 2-26
Batch Load by Presentation, 2-34
Before Calling IEI, 5-1 - 5-3
Block Delete of Users, 2-35
C
Card Data, 3-4
Card Presentations, 2-24
Changing the Main Relay Time, 2-21
Checking the Cables, 1-11 - 1-14
Clearing an Active Timed IPL, 2-37
Code/Card Users, 2-27
Corporate 1000, 3-5
Corporate 1000 Company ID, 4-8
Correcting Possible Water Problems,
5-10
Customer Service Policy, 6-1
D
Defaulting prox.pad Memory, 1-24 1-25
Deleting Users, 2-32
Design Change Disclaimer, 1-1
Design Function, 1-4
E
Erasing a Transaction Log, 2-42
Erasing Entire Memory/Resetting
System Defaults, 2-22
F
Facility Match Required, 4-6
Flow Charts, 5-4 - 5-6
Forced Door Output, 2-36
G
Gang Box and Mounting, 1-10
General Description, 1-4
H
HUB FRONT END MODE, Chapter 4
allowable card types, 4-1
anti-passback/process card timer, 4-8
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Index
corporate 1000 company id, 4-8
facility match required, 4-6
hub front end mode description,
4-1 - 4-2
hub front end commands, 4-6
hub front end programming
commands, 4-9 - 4-10
in/out select, 4-6
performing a self-test, 4-4 - 4-5
prox card type select, 4-8
prox.pad led indicators/sounder
operations, hub front end mode, 4-4
selecting between modes, 4-2
wiring the hub front end, 4-3
Hub Front End Mode Description,
4-1 - 4-2
Hub Front End Programming
Commands, 4-9 - 4-10
I
IEI-Supplied Parts/Optional Items,
1-14
In/Out Select, 4-6
Inputs/Outputs, 2-2
Inserting Circuit Boards, 1-23
Installation Configurations, 1-9
INTRODUCTION/INSTALLATION,
Chapter 1
about this manual, 1-1
checking the cables, 1-11 - 1-14
defaulting prox.pad memory, 1-24 1-25
design change disclaimer, 1-1
design function, 1-4
gang box and mounting, 1-10
general description, 1-4
I-2
iei-supplied parts/optional items, 1-14
inserting circuit boards, 1-23
installation configurations, 1-9
items supplied from the factory, 1-3
items the installer must supply, 1-3
mounting the prox.pad unit, 1-15 1-22
mounting the unit on metal, 1-10
operating modes, 1-5
other installation considerations, 1-10
performing a glass mounted
installation, 1-17
performing a secure installation, 1-19
performing a wall mounted
installation, 1-15
power supply/current requirements,
1-10
prox.pad operation, 1-6 - 1-8
prox.pad pin connectors, 1-13
reproduction disclaimer, 1-1
rf interference, 1-10
safety warnings and cautions, 1-1
technical support, 1-2
warranty, 1-2
Invalid PIN Lockout, 2-35
Items Supplied from the Factory, 1-3
Items the Installer Must Supply, 1-3
K
Keypress Sequences, 2-24
L
LED Active States, 3-5
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M
Masking, 2-38
Master Code, 2-17
MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION,
Chapter 6
customer service policy, 6-1
rma policy, 6-2
Mode and Wiegand Front End Select,
3-4
Mounting the prox.pad Unit, 1-15 1-22
Mounting the Unit on Metal, 1-10
N
New Standard Features, 2-1
O
Operating Modes, 1-5
Other Installation Considerations,
1-10
P
Performing a Glass Mounted Installation, 1-17
Performing a Secure Installation, 1-19
Performing a Self-Test, 4-4 - 4-5
Performing a Wall Mounted Installation, 1-15
Performing Power Supply Integrity
Test, 5-7 - 5-9
Power Supply/Current Requirements,
1-10
Printing a Programmed Users List,
2-42
Printing a Transaction Log, 2-39
Printing a Transaction Log Manually,
2-40
Programmed Users Log, 2-32
Programming a Toggle User, 2-30
Programming a Transaction Dump
Code, 2-40
Programming Card ONLY Use, 2-29
Programming Code AND Card Use,
2-28
Programming Code ONLY Use, 2-28
Programming Code OR Card, 2-29
Programming for BOTH Code and
Card, 2-27
Programming from the Keypad, 2-17
Programming in Standalone Mode,
2-17 - 2-37
Programming User Data, Command
50, Full Format, 2-27
Programming User Types, 2-31
Prox Card Type Select, 4-8
prox.pad Default Settings, 2-18
prox.pad LED Indicators/Sounder
Operations, 2-19, 4-4
prox.pad Operation, 1-6 - 1-8
prox.pad Pin Connectors, 1-13
prox.pad User Types, 2-31
Q
Quick Program Feature, 2-28
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R
Reproduction Disclaimer, 1-1
Request to Exit (REX) switch, 2-12
Resetting the Master Code and System Defaults Only, 2-21
REX feature, 2-12
REX input, 5-7
RF Interference, 1-10
RMA Policy, 6-2
S
Safety Warnings and Cautions, 1-1
Selecting Between Modes, 4-2
Selecting Transaction Log Information, 2-38
Silicone, 5-10
STANDALONE MODE, Chapter 2
adding cards via batch entry, 2-26
adding new or changing existing
codes/cards, 2-24
alarm output selection, 2-3
batch load by presentation, 2-34
block delete of users, 2-35
changing the main relay time, 2-21
clearing an active timed ipl, 2-37
code/card users, 2-27
deleting users, 2-32
erasing a transaction log, 2-42
erasing entire memory/resetting
system defaults, 2-22
forced door output, 2-36
inputs/outputs, 2-2
invalid pin lockout, 2-35
master code, 2-17
new standard features, 2-1
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printing a programmed users list,
2-42
printing a transaction log, 2-39
printing a transaction log manually,
2-40
programming a toggle user, 2-30
programming a transaction dump
code, 2-40
programming card only use, 2-29
programming code and card use,
2-28
programming code only use, 2-28
programming code or card, 2-29
programming for both code and
card, 2-27
programming from the keypad, 2-17
programming in standalone mode,
2-17 - 2-37
programming user data, command
50, full format, 2-27
programming user types, 2-31
prox.pad default settings, 2-18
prox.pad led indicators/sounder
operations, 2-19
prox.pad user types, 2-31
quick program feature, 2-28
resetting the master code and system
defaults only, 2-21
selecting transaction log information,
2-38
standalone mode description, 2-1
standalone programming commands,
2-44 - 2-48
testing the controller/keypad, 2-16
testing the prox.pad, 2-16
timed anti-passback, 2-33
timed lockout function, 2-36
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turning audio keypress feedback
on/off, 2-22
turning visual led/keypress indicator
on/off, 2-23
unit capacity, 2-3
using the printing features, 2-38 2-43
wiring the alarm shunt relay, 2-4
wiring the aux relay for use as
alarm shunt, 2-4
wiring the aux relay for use as
forced door, 2-6
wiring the aux relay for use as
propped door, 2-8
wiring the door contact input, 2-10
wiring the forced door relay, 2-6
wiring the main relay, 2-14
wiring the prox.pad unit, 2-4 - 2-15
wiring the rex switch (request to
exit), 2-12
Standalone Mode Description, 2-1
Standalone Programming Commands, 2-44 - 2-48
T
Technical Support, 1-2
Testing the Controller/Keypad, 2-16
Testing the prox.pad, 2-16
Timed Anti-Passback, 2-33
Timed Lockout Function, 2-36
Transaction Log, 2-30
TROUBLESHOOTING, Chapter 5
before calling iei, 5-1 - 5-3
correcting possible water problems,
5-10
flow charts, 5-4 - 5-6
performing power supply integrity
test, 5-7 - 5-9
silicone, 5-10
troubleshooting chart, 5-2
wire run, 5-10
Troubleshooting Chart, 5-2
Turning Audio Keypress Feedback
ON/OFF, 2-22
Turning Visual LED/Keypress Indicator ON/OFF, 2-23
U
Unit Capacity, 2-3
Using the Printing Features, 2-38 2-43
W
Warranty, 1-2
Wiegand Front End Mode, Chapter 3
card data, 3-4
corporate 1000, 3-5
led active states, 3-5
mode and wiegand front end select,
3-4
wiegand front end mode description,
3-1
wiegand front end programming,
3-4 - 3-7
wiegand keypad data, 3-4
wiegand programming commands,
3-7
wiring the wiegand front end, 3-2 3-3
wiring to the wiegand panel, 3-2
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Wiegand Front End Mode Description, 3-1
Wiegand Front End Programming,
3-4 - 3-7
Wiegand Keypad Data, 3-4
Wiegand Programming Commands,
3-7
Wire Run, 5-10
Wiring the Alarm Shunt Relay, 2-4
Wiring the AUX Relay for Use as
Alarm Shunt, 2-4
Wiring the AUX Relay for Use as
Forced Door, 2-6
Wiring the AUX Relay for Use as
Propped Door, 2-8
Wiring the Door Contact Input, 2-10
Wiring the Forced Door Relay, 2-6
Wiring the Hub Front End, 4-3
Wiring the Main Relay, 2-14
Wiring the prox.pad Unit, 2-4 - 2-15
Wiring the REX Switch (Request to
Exit), 2-12
Wiring the Wiegand Front End, 3-2 3-3
Wiring to the Wiegand Panel, 3-2
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