PXL-500G-1_Quick_Start_Guide
PXL-500G-1 Gate Control Panel
Quick Start Guide
Keri has modified its PXL-500 Tiger Controller to tailor a system for controlling gate operator equipment. The PXL-500
has been modified by removing the door sense input, request to exit input, alarm output, and TB-4 leaving only 1 gate
control relay and both reader inputs. The PXL-500G-1 Gate Control Panel can accept either an SB-593 or SB-G-1
Satellite Board and can be used in conjunction with an EntraGuard Platinum/ Silver for telephone entry along with gate
control.
The PXL-500G-1 provides gate control at an economical price.
1.0
Wiring Connections
Before performing any wiring or connection operations, ensure that controller power is OFF. Serious damage to sensitive
components on the controller may occur if wiring changes are made while controller power is on.
Figure 1: The PXL-500G-1 Gate Control Panel
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Figure 2: The SB-G-1 Satellite Board
Figure 3: The SB-593 Satellite Board
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Figure 4: The PXL-500G-1 Gate Control Panel Plus SB-G-1 Gate/SB-593 Satellite Controller
2.0
Hardware and Software Operating Requirements
All standard hardware and software requirements for Doors software apply (refer to the Doors Users Guide P/N 01914100). To support gate control, the following additional software and firmware requirements must be met.
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The Doors software must be at revision 4.10 or greater.
The controller firmware must be at revision 8.4.12 or greater.
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3.0
Specifications
3.1
Unit Dimensions
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PXL-500G-1 Controller PCB
- 7.00 inches high by 6.00 inches wide by .50 inches deep, including wiring connectors
- (17.78 cm by 15.25 cm by 1.27 cm)
3.2
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Controller Memory Retention
5 year lithium battery backup to support controller RAM and real-time clock
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Relay Contact Rating
1 Amp @ 24 VDC
3.7
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Current Draw
500 mA maximum current draw for a Controller with all options installed (SB-593/SB-G-1, LCD-1, and reader)1
150 mA maximum for an SB-593/SB-G-1 Satellite Board
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Power Requirements
12 VDC @ 750 mA for the PXL-500G-1 panel
3.4
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Operating Temperature and Humidity Range
0°F to 140°F (-18°C to 60°C)
0% to 90% Relative Humidity, non-condensing
Cable Requirements
RS-232 Serial Cable
- four conductor (for direct connect) or five conductor (for modem connection), shielded, stranded AWG 24 wire
(Belden 9534 or a heavier gauge)
- 50 foot maximum length (per RS-232 industry specification – greater lengths are not recommended)
RS-485 Network Cable
- two conductor, shielded, twisted pair, stranded, AWG 24 wire (Belden 9501 or a larger gauge)
- 16,000 foot total network length
- refer to the Network Wiring Application Note (P/N 01824-002) for specific network wiring information
Input Power
- two conductor, stranded, AWG 18 wire (Belden 8461 or a heavier gauge)
- 200 foot maximum length
NOTE: On long power cable runs, the cable resistance causes a drop in voltage at the end of the cable run. Be sure your
power supply provides 12 VDC at the end of the cable run.
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Readers to Panel
- Proximity Readers require six conductor, shielded, stranded AWG 24 wire (Belden 9536 or a heavier gauge)
- Wiegand Readers require up to seven conductor, shielded, stranded AWG 24 wire (Belden 9537 or a heavier
gauge)
Output Connections
- two conductor, stranded AWG 22 (Belden 9532 or a heavier gauge)
NOTE: The Gate Control Relay may require a heavier gauge of wire depending upon the current demands of the gate
panel and the length of the wiring run.
1. Refer to the Wiegand Readers’ product manual for current requirements for use of a Wiegand Reader.
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4.0
Controller Installation
Sections 4.1 and 4.2 are quick lists of things to do and not to do when installing a PXL-500G-1 panel.
4.1
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Plan ahead to meet power and any telephone requirements1 for your system (1 phone line for the modem connected to
the host computer and one for each master PXL in each network)
Mount controllers in environmentally suitable areas - they require protection from weather and from temperature/
humidity extremes (see the optional weather housing for protection from weather extremes)
If not using a KPS power supply, mount the controller at least 3 feet away from the controller's power supply to
prevent EMI radiated from the power supply from affecting the controller
Use the enclosure as a mounting template to mark drilling holes for permanent mounting
consider mounting requirements - central versus distributed
- Central mounting places all controllers in one location, running lengths of cables out to each door to support
readers, inputs and outputs
- Distributed mounting places each controller near the door it supports running short lengths of cable out to each
door, but running a long network communication cable
Note the locations of the knockouts in the enclosures and remove the appropriate knockout for the easiest cable
routing into the controller
Route all controllers in a network in a single, continuous daisy-chain
Route cables in accessible areas for ease of maintenance
Connect all controllers to a quality earth ground2
Add transient suppression across electric devices attached to a controller output
Use an isolation relay (IRP-1, or equivalent) when attaching to a parking gate, a turnstile, or any application using a
large electric motor
Verify the controller's supply voltage is 12 VDC – long power line runs cause a drop in voltage at the end of the run
Verify proper operation of the host computer's COM port
For a single door application, install the reader to the TB-5, "A" reader connection
Attach the reader to be used for card enrollment to the master controller (this reader can be used for access control as
well as enrollment, but during the enrollment process the door associated with the enrollment reader will not allow
access until the enrollment process is complete)
4.2
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Do
Do Not
Make modem phone line connections through PBX telephone switching systems - most modems are not compatible
with PBX systems leading to disconnection problems with the modem
Locate the PXL-500G-1 controller near EMI sources - EMI sources can affect the performance of the controller
Use switching power supplies - they are EMI sources
Route network and reader cables beside power cables - transients on the power cables may be picked-up by network
and reader cables
Stretch or over-tension cables
Route over sharp objects
Let the wires get tangled
Mix PXL-500G-1s with PXL-100s in the same network
Use a PXL-250 as the master on a network with PXL-500G-1s. A PXL-500 should always be the master controller.
Route controllers in a network in a loop configuration
Connect earth ground1 to the network cable shield - the PXL-500G-1 automatically connects earth ground to the
shield at one point on the network to prevent ground loops
Use gender changer plugs when making RS-232 serial communication connections (unless you know it is a “straightthrough” plug) - gender changers may have internal wiring changes that can disrupt communications
1. Phone lines are only needed for remote communication between host computer and network using a modem.
2. Ground wire is green with or without yellow tracer.
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4.3
Connecting Wires - Removing Terminal Blocks
Follow the instructions in Figure 5 when connecting wires to the controller or when removing terminal blocks from the
controller.
Figure 5: Connecting Wires and Removing Terminal Blocks
4.4
Earth Ground and Power
The PXL-500G-1 panel requires 12 VDC power at 750 mA. You must make a quality earth ground connection to the
controller prior to connecting the DC power lines. The earth ground provides protection for the controller and ensures the
best possible operating conditions. Possible sources for earth ground are a ground rod, a cold water pipe, a steel building
frame, the electrical system ground at the breaker/fuse box, or the telephone system ground. The earth ground connection
should be located as close as possible to the PXL-500G-1. Use the information in Table 1 and Figure 6 to make the earth
ground and power connections.
Table 1: Earth Ground and Power
Connections
TB-2 Pin
Description
1
+ 12 VDC Power Line
2
- 12 VDC Power Line
3
Earth Ground
Figure 6: Earth Ground and Power Connections
NOTE: The grounding wire should be a minimum of 14 gauge.
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4.5
PXL-500G-1 Wiring Connections
The following connections are made to install the PXL-500G-1 Gate Control panel (see Figure 4 on page 3).
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Gate Control Relay
RS-485 Controller Network
Earth Ground and Power
4.5.1
Gate Control Relay
Table 2: Gate Control Relay Connection
PXL-500G-1 TB-3 Pin
SB-593/SB-G-1 TB-7
Pin
Description
1
Normally-Open
2
Common
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Normally-Closed
Figure 7: Gate Control Relay Connection
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4.5.2
RS-485 Controller Network
All of the controllers in the gate network communicate through an RS-485 serial communication network. Optional RS485 communication may be performed wireless with use of a KWX-9 device or a LAN-520/NC-485 device1. Per the RS485 industry specification, this network must be daisy-chained, with a total network cable length of no more than 16,000
feet. Make the RS-485 network connections per the information in Table 3 and Figure 8 on page 8.
NOTE: Do NOT connect earth ground to the RS-485 network cable shield.
Table 3: RS-485 Controller Network
TB-1 Pin
Description
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Tx/Rx Negative
2
Tx/Rx Positive
3
Network Cable Shield
Figure 8: Daisy-Chained RS-485 Controller Network
1. 485 communication located outside are prone to transients.
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4.5.3
Proximity Reader Connections
Figure 9: Proximity Reader Connections
4.5.4
Wiegand Reader Connections
4.5.4.1
Single-line Wiegand Reader
Figure 10: Single-Line Wiegand Reader Connections
4.5.4.2
Dual-Line Wiegand Reader
Figure 11: Dual-Line Wiegand Reader
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4.6
Connecting a Fail-Safe Lock Output Relay
NOTE: The transorb required for transient suppression comes in the PXL-500G-1 ship kit.
Figure 12: Fail-Safe Lock Output Relay Connections
4.7
Connecting a Fail-Secure Lock Output Relay
NOTE: The transorb required for transient suppression comes in the PXL-500G-1 ship kit.
Figure 13: Fail-Secure Lock Output Relay Connections
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4.8
Communication Between the Access Control Network and Host Computer
Communication between the access control network and the host computer may be made via one of three ways.
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A direct connect cable between master controller and host computer via the RS-232 serial port (see Section 4.8.1).
Two modems making a remote connection between the master controller and host computer via the RS-232 serial
port (see Section 4.8.2 on page 12 and Section 4.8.3 on page 13).
Use of a LAN-50 or LAN-500 Universal Device Server to provide LAN/WAN Ethernet connectivity between Doors
and one or more PXL networks. The LAN-50 makes use of the RS-232 serial port while the LAN-500 uses TB13 (see
Figure 1 on page 1). For information on using a LAN-50 or LAN-500 Universal Device Server refer to the LAN-50/
LAN-500 Ethernet Communication Application Note (P/N 01881-003).
NOTE: When using a LAN-500 for ethernet communication, the jumpers across JP6 and JP7 must be removed for
communication. For all other forms of communication, including use of a LAN-50, the jumpers must be placed across
JP6 and JP7.
NOTE: Do not use male/female gender changer plugs or 25-pin to 9-pin adapters when making RS-232 serial port
connections. These devices may have internal wiring changes that can disrupt communications when implemented in
conjunction with the Keri Systems serial wiring instructions. If you must use a gender changer plug, ensure it is a
“straight-through” plug.
NOTE: Keri Systems requires using modems from the same manufacturer at both the host computer and the access control
network. This eliminates the possibility of incompatibilities between modems from two different manufacturers from
affecting the communication between access control network and host computer. Keri Systems cannot be held responsible
for problems caused by incompatibilities between modems from two different manufacturers.
NOTE: When using 56K modems to communicate with remote access control networks, all modems must use the same
communication format - either X2 or Flex. Incompatibilities between the two formats make some modems of one format
incapable of reliable communication with modems of the competing format. Modems using the V.90 specification are
compatible regardless of whether they are from an X2 or Flex manufacturer.
4.8.1
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Direct Serial Connection – Controller to PC
If the host computer has a male DB-9 connector on the serial port, you must use a Keri Systems KDP-552 cable or
create a cable according to the drawing in Section 4.8.1.1 on page 11.
4.8.1.1
PC/DB-9F to PXL/TB-12 RS-232 Direct Serial Connection
The Keri Systems part number for this cable is KDP-252. To use the KDP-252, cut off one end of the cable and wire it to
the TB-12 connector as shown in Figure 14.
Figure 14: PC/DB-9F to PXL/TB-12 RS-232 Direct Serial Connections
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4.8.2
Modem to Controller
To make the connection between access control network and host computer you will use two cables: one between the host
computer and its modem (see Section 4.8.3 on page 13), and one between the master controller and its modem.
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If the modem has a female DB-25 connector, you must use a Keri Systems KDP-336 cable or create a cable according
to the drawing in Section 4.8.2.1.
If the modem has a female DB-9 connector, you must create a cable according to the drawing in Section 4.8.2.2 on
page 12.
4.8.2.1
Modem/DB-25M to PXL/TB-12 Serial Port Connection
The Keri Systems part number for this cable is KDP-336. To use the KDP-336, cut off one end of the cable and wire it to
the TB-12 connector as shown in Figure 15.
Figure 15: Modem/DB-25M to PXL/TB-12 Serial Port Connections
4.8.2.2
Modem/DB-9M to PXL/TB-12 Serial Port Connection
The Keri Systems part number for this cable is KDP-929M. To use the KDP-929M, cut off one end of the cable and wire
it to the TB-12 connector as shown in Figure 16.
Figure 16: Modem/DB-9M to PXL/TB-12 Serial Port Connection
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4.8.3
Modem to PC Serial Connection
Keri Systems does not provide this cable. It is an off-the-shelf item from any computer supplier or electronics store, and
its configuration is dependent upon the configuration of the serial port on the host computer. Based on the serial port, there
are four possible cables.
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If the modem has a male DB-25 connector and the host computer’s serial port has a female DB-9 connector, purchase
or create a cable according to the drawing in Section 4.8.3.1 on page 13.
If the modem has a male DB-25 connector and the host computer’s serial port has a female DB-25 connector,
purchase or create a cable according to the drawing in Section 4.8.3.2 on page 13.
If the modem has a male DB-9 connector and the host computer’s serial port has a female DB-9 connector, purchase
or create a cable according to the drawing in Section 4.8.3.3 on page 14.
If the modem has a male DB-9 connector and the host computer’s serial port has a female DB-25 connector, purchase
or create a cable according to the drawing in Section 4.8.3.4 on page 14.
4.8.3.1
Modem/DB-25M to PC/DB-9F PC Serial COM Port Connection
Figure 17: Modem/DB-25M to PC/DB-9F PC Serial COM Port Connection
4.8.3.2
Modem/DB-25M to PC/DB-25F PC Serial COM Port Connection
Figure 18: Modem/DB-25M to PC/DB-25F PC Serial COM Port Connection
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4.8.3.3
Modem/DB-9M to PC/DB-9F PC Serial COM Port Connection
Figure 19: Modem/DB-9M to PC/DB-9F PC Serial COM Port Connection
4.8.3.4
Modem/DB-9M to PC/DB-25F PC Serial COM Port Connection
Figure 20: Modem/DB-9M to PC/DB-25F PC Serial COM Port Connection
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5.0
Powering The Controller for the First Time
NOTE: Verify the earth ground1 has been connected at pin 3 of TB-2 before turning the power on for the first time.
NOTE: Do not connect the 12 VDC power supply’s terminal block output to the TB-2 connector on the PXL-500G-1
controller until you have completed all the steps in section 5.1.
5.1
Verify the 12 VDC Supply Voltage
To verify the 12 VDC supply voltage:
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Set the DVM to a DC volt scale capable of reading 12 VDC.
Turn the power supply ON.
Place the Red DVM lead on the power supply’s terminal block output - Pin 1.
Place the Black DVM lead on the power supply’s terminal block output - Pin 2.
Check the DVM reading. It should read between +12 VDC to +14 VDC.
If the DVM does not read between +12 VDC to +14 VDC, verify the power supply is of the correct voltage, verify the
cable length does not exceed 200 feet, and verify the cable gauge is AWG 18. This problem must be corrected before
power can be supplied to the controller.
Turn the power supply OFF.
Connect the power supply’s terminal block output to the TB-2 connector on the PXL-500G-1 controller.
The controller is now ready to be powered ON.
NOTE: On long power cable runs, keep in mind the resistance in the cable itself causes a drop in voltage at the end of the
run. The power supply must be able to account for this voltage drop.
5.2
Verify the Wiegand Reader Supply Voltage
All Keri Systems proximity readers can use from 5 to 12 VDC power while some Wiegand compatible readers use only 5
VDC. For Wiegand configured PXL-500G-1 controllers, there is a warning LED on the mother board to indicate if the
controller is applying 12 VDC to the Wiegand compatible reader. If your Wiegand compatible reader does operate on 5
VDC no changes need to be made; the default position for the jumper is set to 5 VDC power. If your Wiegand compatible
reader requires 12 VDC, turn the controller power off and move the jumper on JP5 (at the lower left-hand corner of the
controller) from pins 2-3 to pins 1-2. When power is restored, the warning LED will turn on indicating 12 VDC is being
supplied to the Wiegand compatible reader.
1. Ground wire is green with or without yellow tracer.
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5.3
RS-485 Wiring Test
The RS-485 wiring test is provided for field testing of the RS-485 connection. The RS-485 wiring test is done in two
steps. The first step tests the negative side of the RS-485 (TB-1 pin 1 - see Figure 1 on page 1). The second step tests the
positive side of the RS-485 (TB-1 pin 2).
Make sure the RS-485 cable drain wire is connected to pin 3 on TB-1 on each controller in the network.
NOTE: The RS-485 wiring test will show if there are any PXL-250s that still have the R45 resistor. This resistor must be
removed for the RS-485 wiring test to work properly. For information on how to test a specific controller and remove the
R45 (2.2K) resistor, refer to the R45 (2.2K) Resistor Removal Application Note (P/N 01736-001).
5.3.1
RS-485 Negative Test
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Make sure all controllers are powered up.
Install the jumper across pins 1-2 on JP9 on the master controller ONLY.
LED11 will illuminate RED continuously (it is ok for the green LED to be either off or flashing).
Check each slave unit on the system. The following guide will inform you of that controller’s status
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If LED11 is illuminated RED on every controller in the network, then the RS-485 negative wiring is ok.
If LED12 is illuminated Green, then the + and - lines are reversed somewhere in the RS-485 wiring or at the
controller.
If no LED is illuminated, then there is an open wire somewhere in the RS-485 wiring, at the controller, or the drain
wire.
If both LEDs are illuminated on all controllers, then there is either a short in the wiring somewhere in the RS-485
wiring or at the controller, or there is one or more PXL-250s that still have the R45 resistor.
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RS-485 Positive Test
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Once all controllers on the network have been checked and are operating correctly, return to the master controller.
Switch the jumper on JP9 from pins 1-2 to 2-3 on the master controller ONLY.
LED12 will illuminate GREEN continuously (it is ok for the red LED to be either off or flashing).
Check each slave unit on the system. The following guide will inform you of that controller’s status
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If LED12 is illuminated GREEN on every controller in the network, then the RS-485 positive wiring is ok.
If LED11 is illuminated RED, then the + and - lines are reversed somewhere in the RS-485 wiring or at the controller.
If no LED is illuminated, then there is an open wire somewhere in the RS-485 wiring, at the controller, or the drain
wire.
If both LEDs are illuminated on all controllers, then there is either a short in the wiring somewhere in the RS-485
wiring or at the controller, or there is one or more PXL-250s that still have the R45 resistor.
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Once all controllers on the network have been checked and are operating correctly, return to the master controller.
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Remove the jumper from JP9 (be sure to keep the jumper in a place where it may be used in future tests).
Either perform a reset on the master controller, or perform an Autoconfig in Doors. The test is complete and the
system is in operating order.
NOTE: LEDs 11 and 12 blinking when not in RS-485 wiring test mode is normal.
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5.4
Resetting the Controller's RAM
If you're turning system power on for the first time or have just changed the EPROM/PIC, the PXL-500G-1 controller's
RAM must be reset before performing any other action. This clears any spurious information that may be in the RAM in
preparation for entering your access control information. Before applying power, insert a jumper across pins 1 and 2 of
JP10 on the controller. Hold the S1 Options Button down and turn the controller's power on. The beeper for the reader
attached to the controller will beep as power comes on followed by a beep-beep indicating the controller's firmware has
reset the controller's RAM. Release S1. If the optional Alpha/Numeric Display has been installed, it will display a
“SYSTEM RESET” message. Turn system power off and remove the jumper on JP10. The controller is now ready to be
powered up and receive information from Doors.
NOTE: Resetting the system RAM completely erases all information within the PXL-500G-1 controller. If there is any
information in system RAM from an access control installation and the system RAM is reset, the information in the
controller is lost and cannot be recovered.
5.5
Viewing the Controller's Address
To view the controller's address, click S1. The controller's address will appear on the address display for 2 to 3 seconds.
5.6
Setting the Controller's Address
To set the desired operating address for the controller, verify the jumper to JP10 is NOT installed (if the jumper on JP10 is
installed, the controller RAM will be reset when the power is turned on). Hold the S1 Options Button down and turn the
controller's power on. The beeper for the reader attached to the controller will beep as power comes on. Release S1. The
address display LEDs then become active and the controller's address can be set. If an Alpha/Numeric Display is
connected to the controller, “ADDRESS CHANGE” will appear on the display. The address range is from 1 to 128 (the
Master Controller must be set to address 1).
Quickly double clicking S1 toggles between increasing and decreasing the controller address. The top LED character will
display either a "+" or a "-" to show which direction is active. A single click of S1 changes the controller address by 1. If
you're at address 128, a +1 click will roll the address over to 1; conversely, if you're at address 1 a -1 click will roll the
address over to 128. Holding S1 down rapidly scrolls through the addresses.
After the new address has been set, you must wait approximately 30 seconds after releasing the S1 button. There is a timer
in the controller's firmware that assumes that after 30 seconds of inactivity (no address clicks), the entered address is the
desired address for that controller. When the 30-second timer expires, there will be a beep-beep-beep from the reader
indicating the controller has recognized and accepted the new address and the address LEDs will turn off. If an Alpha/
Numeric Display is connected to the controller, “UNIT ##” will appear on the display (where ## is the controller's
address). To ensure the address change will be recognized by Doors, power down the controller. Then, after verifying the
JP10 jumper is NOT installed (installing the JP10 jumper will reset the controller RAM when powering up), apply power
to the controller. The controller is now ready to be used under the new address.
NOTE: When the controller’s address is changed the RAM is automatically reset. A Total Update must be performed from
Doors.
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5.7
The Master Controller
The Master Controller must be set to address 1 so that all slave controllers on the access control network can identify the
master controller. For the Master Controller to correctly identify all slave controllers on the network, one of two things
must be done.
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The master controller must be the last unit on the network to be powered on. This ensures that when the Master
Controller begins polling the network to see what slave units are connected for system configuration, all slave units
are already communicating their unique addresses and their configuration information.
The Auto-Configuration routine within the Doors program must be run. This instructs the Master Controller to poll
all controllers on the network for addresses and configuration information (the Auto-Configuration button is found
under the Setup/System/Controllers tab).
2.
5.8
Reader Responses to Access Control Events
During day-to-day activity, the reader will respond to access control events in a specific manner. Table 3 provides a
summary of the reader's LED and beeper actions during access control events.
Table 4: Reader Responses to Access Control Events
Event
Reader’s LED Status
Reader’s Beeper Status
waiting for an event
displays a steady Amber LED
silent
access granted
displays a Green LED until the door is closed or
the door unlock time is reached
one long Beep
access denied
flashes a Red LED
one short Beep
door alarm
flashing Red LED for the duration of the alarm
condition
pulsating Beep for the duration of
the alarm condition
door RTE
displays a Green LED until the door is opened or
the door unlock time is reached
one long Beep
6.0
Contact Keri Systems
Keri USA
Keri UK, Ireland, Europe
2305 Bering Drive
San Jose, CA 95131
Unit 17
Park Farm Industrial Estate
Ermine Street
Buntingford
Herts SG9 9AZ UK
Telephone: (800) 260-5265
(408) 435-8400
Telephone: + 44 (0) 1763 273 243
Fax: (408) 577-1792
Fax:+ 44 (0) 1763 274 106
Web: www.kerisys.com
Web:www.kerisystems.co.uk
E-mail: sales@kerisys.com
techsupport@kerisys.com
E-mail:sales@kerisystems.co.uk
tech-support@kerisystems.co.uk
End of document.
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