Stand-Alone 6500 Series Manual

Stand-Alone 6500 Series Manual
6500 Series Programmable Keypad
D) Touch Q 11 22222 # 2 # (3 beeps)
E) Touch Q 11 33333 # 3 # (3 beeps)
F) Touch Q 99 #
(3 beeps)
You have now exited the program mode.
Now we'll see if the unit works...
1) Touch # 11111 You should hear a key
beep for each number (5 beeps total).
After the 5th digit you should hear the
Main Relay activate for 2 seconds.
2) Touch # 22222 You should hear the
Auxiliary Relay activate for 2 seconds.
3) Touch # 33333 you should receive a
voltage output on Switch 3 for 2 seconds.
If you noticed, each code was preceded by
a # i.e. # 11111. Most times the # is
unnecessary, but its usage will always
"clear" any previous digits entered.
Finished? Touch Q 382436 # you are now
in program mode. Touch Q 25 # to erase
memory.
If the decoder did not work...
Place the small black jumper on the 2 pins
marked J1. The pins are next to the 7
position wire harness.
Brown wire is the Request To Exit (RTE)
input trigger. When this wire is
momentarily connected to the common or
negative supply voltage input, the outputs
programmed to operate from RTE will
activate.
To program this unit for 24 VDC:
[ Remove circuit board from the keypad
[ Cut the metal lead on resistor R3
[ Connect the 620 ohm resistor (included
in the screw pack for the LEDs) in series
with the positive (red) lead of the LEDs
and the positive side of the light bulb
(6522 only). If resistors are not
installed, LEDs will burn out.
[ Apply power to the unit
Yellow wire is for Switch 4 which is used
as a voltage output line or printer data line.
This voltage output line is capable of
switching up to 50ma. The output will
activate when an input condition
programmed for Switch 4 is activated.
Orange wire is for Switch 3 which is used
as a voltage output line. This voltage
output line is capable of switching up to
50ma. The output will activate when an
input condition programmed for Switch 3
is activated.
CAUTION !!!
If you use this product to operate a DC
door strike, magnetic lock, relay, or any
device that has a coil (inductive load) that
is powered from a DC source; you MUST
install a diode, in parallel, across the coil
terminals. Use a 1N4001, 1N4002 or
equivalent. Connect the stripe side of the
diode to the coil terminal that becomes
positive (+). Connect the other side to the
other end of the coil. Proper installation of
this diode will prevent the high voltage
spike that occurs whenever a coil is deenergized. If you do not use this diode,
you will have erratic operation and will
eventually damage the keypad and any
other electronic device in the system.
White wire is the common, the Green
wire is the normally open (N.O.) and the
Blue wire is the normally closed (N.C.)
contact of the Auxiliary Relay which is
rated for 1 amp at 30 VDC.
6 POSITION HARNESS:
Red (+) positive 12 or 24 VDC supply
voltage input. This voltage should be
uninterrupted and able to supply a
minimum of 120ma for the keypad, and
20ma for each LED or night-lite. Black (-)
negative VDC supply voltage input.
6500 Series Decoder
Fits all 6500 Series Keypads
MAGNETIC DOOR CONTACT
GREY
NORMALLY
CLOSED
Relays shown in
idle or OFF state.
SPEAKER
A beep sounds each time a
key is pressed unless
toggled off.
Touch Q 18 # to disable
the speaker.
REQUEST-TO-EXIT
BROWN
NORMALLY
OPEN
Try the above sequence again.
SOLID STATE
SWITCH #4
USE TO ACTIVATE
ADDITIONAL RELAYS,
TRIGGER ALARM
PANELS, ETC.
SOLID STATE
SWITCH #3
NPN
NPN
STATIC PROTECTION
For keypads with metal plates the static
grounding strap must be used. This strap
consists of a ring terminal, disc capacitor,
and black wire, and is included with all
6500 series keypads. Connect the wire end
of the strap to the negative (-) power
supply connection of the keypad (the black
wire). Connect the ring terminal end of
the strap under one of the plate screws
between the plate and the wall (see fig. 6).
24 VDC OPERATION
In order to power this keypad with a 24
VDC power supply, resistor R3 must be
cut. DO NOT connect to 24 Volts with R3
still in place. Your keypad only has
24VDC capability if you have a 6500
series keypad or later.
50 MA MAX LOAD
C) Touch Q 11 11111 # 1 # (3 beeps)
Blue wires are normally closed (N.C.) and
Green wires are the normally open (N.O.)
set of Main Relay contacts. The Main
Relay is rated for 5 amps at 30 VDC.
7 POSITION HARNESS:
Grey wire is an output for Door-Ajar,
Forced Entry, and Time Cancel. Connect a
magnetic contact which is closed when the
door is closed to this wire, and connect the
other wire to the negative supply voltage
input.
50 MA MAX LOAD
B) Touch Q 382436 # You should hear
three (3) beeps. (You are now in program
mode) If you did not get 3 beeps, see
below.
WIRE CONNECTIONS
JUMPER J1
QUICK-TEST
A) Connect 12 or 24 VDC to the Red (+)
and Black (-) wires. Refer to 24 VDC
Operation before wiring for 24 Volts.
DO NOT connect to 24
Volts with R3 still in place.
R3
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
12 OR 24 VDC (24 VDC REQUIRES
RESISTOR R3 TO BE CUT
CONNECT TO POWER SUPPLY (-)
ALSO CONNECTS TO METAL PLATE
BLUE
ORANGE
CONNECT TO A MAGNETIC
CONTACT TO REPORT
DOOR AJAR, TIME CANCEL
OR FORCED ENTRY.
In order to power this
keypad with a 24 VDC
power supply, resistor R3
must be cut.
N.C.
GREEN
BLUE
USUALLY USED TO RELEASE AN
ELECTRIC MAGNETIC LOCK
GREEN
WHITE
N.O.
BLUE
AUX RELAY
MAIN RELAY
GREEN
USUALLY USED TO CONTROL
ALARM PANEL OR DOOR STRIKE
PROGRAMMING
The Outputs listed below are available in
any combination for activation from any of
the four assigned inputs (options 14-17).
1 Main Relay
3 Switch 3
2 Aux Relay
4 Switch 4
5 Buzzer
Q 20 SECURITY LOCKOUT
If programmed, this feature can lockout
any keypad activity for a designated time
after three consecutive incorrect code
attempts. This feature is active for 01-99
seconds.
Q 11 ASSIGN USER CODES
The number of code digits entered depends
on the code length selected in option Q 19.
**The available inputs that can be used
with the buzzer are door ajar, forced entry,
panic and request to exit. The buzzer
cannot be assigned to a user code. The
buzzer was introduced in board number
6514 and later.**
EXAMPLE: Touch Q 20 45 # to activate
the security lockout for 45 seconds. To
deactivate this feature, touch Q 20 00 #
Touch Q 382436 # to enter program mode.
Three (3) beeps indicate a valid program
code was entered. Select the options to
program from the following:
Program codes with these outputs:
1 Main Relay
3 Switch 3
2 Aux Relay
4 Switch 4
EXAMPLES: Program a code of 54321 to
activate the Main Relay, and trip Switch 3
by touching Q 11 54321 # 13 #
Program a code of 43682 to activate the
Main Relay, Aux Relay, and Switch 4 by
touching Q 11 43682 # 124 #
An output does not need to be assigned to
activate the Main Relay ONLY.
EXAMPLE: To program a user code of
98765 to activate the Main Relay (ONLY)
touch Q 11 98765 # #
To program a user code of 98765 to
activate the main relay and switch 4 touch
Q11 98765 #14#
Q 12 DELETE A CODE
The code to be deleted must be entered
twice. Any outputs assigned to this code
do not need to be entered.
EXAMPLE: To delete the code 54321
touch Q 12 54321 # 54321 #
Q 13 CHANGE PROGRAM CODE
Changes the program code of 382436.
Jumper J1 must be removed to perform
this option. The new program code to be
entered must be entered twice.
Sequence:
A) Place the jumper on J1
B) Touch Q 382436 #
C) Remove Jumper J1
D) Touch Q 13 (new code) # (new code) #
Q 14 DOOR AJAR INPUT
Door ajar occurs when a door is left open
after a valid entry or exit. It has a 30
second delay past the Main Relay time. If
the Main Relay is programmed for an
output time of 10 seconds, a door ajar
alarm will sound in 40 seconds.
EXAMPLE: To assign the door ajar input
to the Auxiliary Relay and the buzzer
touch Q 14 25 #
Q 15 FORCED ENTRY INPUT
Forced Entry occurs when the door is
opened without a preceding code or RTE.
EXAMPLE: To assign the forced entry
input to the Aux Relay and Switch 4
touch Q 15 24 #
Q 16 PANIC INPUT
A panic condition occurs when the Q and #
are touched together. The Q and # have no
key beep for a silent activation.
EXAMPLE: To assign the panic input to
the Main Relay and Switch 3 touch
Q 16 13 #
Q 17 REQUEST-TO-EXIT INPUT
A RTE condition occurs when the RTE
input line is shorted to common or ground.
EXAMPLE: To assign the RTE input to
the Main Relay touch Q 17 1 #
Q 18 DISABLE/ENABLE KEY BEEP
The beep sounds each time a key is
depressed unless toggled off. This will not
disable the programming beeps.
E) Finish programming the unit
F) Exit program mode by touching Q 99 #
EXAMPLE: To program a NEW program
code of 123456
Touch Q 13 123456 # 123456 #
This option toggles the key beep on/off.
EXAMPLE: To disable the key beep touch
Q 18 # to enable the beep touch Q 18 #
Q 19 SET CODE LENGTH
Set the code length for 3, 4, 5, or 6 digits.
Factory default is 5 digits. The code
length selected applies for all codes.
EXAMPLE: For 6 digits touch Q 19 6 #
Q 21 SET THE MAIN RELAY TIME
Programs the Main Relay for latching (00)
or momentary (01 - 99 seconds) operation.
EXAMPLE: To program the Main Relay
for 9 seconds touch Q 21 09 #, to latch it
on/off touch Q 21 00 #
Q 22 SET THE AUX RELAY TIME
Programs the Aux Relay for latching (00)
or momentary (01 - 99 seconds) operation.
EXAMPLE: To program the Aux Relay for
9 seconds touch Q 22 09 #, to latch it
on/off touch Q 22 00 #
Q 23 SET SWITCH 3 TIME
Programs Solid-State Switch 3 for latching
(00) or momentary (01-99 seconds)
operation.
EXAMPLE: To program Switch 3 for 10
seconds touch Q 23 10 #, to latch it on/off
touch Q 23 00 #
Q 24 SET SWITCH 4 TIME
Programs Solid-State Switch 4 for latching
(00) or momentary (01-99 seconds)
operation.
EXAMPLE: To program Switch 4 for 7
seconds touch Q 24 07 #, to latch it on/off
touch Q 24 00 #
Q 25 ERASE ALL MEMORY
Erases any previously programmed options
and returns to default settings.
EXAMPLE: To erase memory touch Q25#
Q 26 ERASE CODES ONLY
Erases all codes programmed into memory.
EXAMPLE: To clear all codes touch Q26#
Q 27 SET BUZZER TIME
Programs the Buzzer for latching (00) or
momentary (01 - 99 seconds) operation.
EXAMPLE: To program Buzzer for 12
seconds touch Q 27 12 #, to latch it on/off
touch Q 24 00 #
Q 99 EXIT PROGRAM MODE
Allows the keypad to return "on-line".
EXAMPLE: To exit program mode and
return "on-line" touch Q 99 #
PART NUMBERS
SPECIFICATIONS
Indoor:
6520 Single-gang, flush mount with a green and red LED.
6521 Double-gang, flush mount with a green and red LED.
6524 Hidden view with a tamper switch, a green and red LED
6530 Single-gang, flush mount w/ one green, yellow and red LED
6540 Single-gang, flush mount w/ one green, two yellow and one
red LED
6571 Double-gang, flush mount plate w/ one green, five yellow and
one red LED
Input Voltage: 12 or 24 Volt DC Only
Outdoor:
6522 Aluminum cover, surface mount w/ a green and red LED and
night light
6564 Cast metal heavy-duty, in a lock box w/ a green & red LED
6566 Cast metal heavy-duty, flush mount w/ a green and red LED
Operating Temp: -18C-55C (0F-131F)
FIG. 1
Power Consumption: 120ma with all outputs; 20ma idle
Programmable Relays:
Main: Form"C" & Form "A", 5A @ 30 VDC
Auxiliary: Form "C", 1Amp @ 30 VDC
Two Programmable Solid-State Switches:
Switch "low" (negative) 50ma max load
Dimensions:
Single gang: 2.75" X 4.5" (53mm X 40mm)
Double gang: 4.56" X 4.5" (115mm X 114mm)
Heavy Duty: 3.23" X 5.0" (84mm X 127mm)
Lock Box: 4.75" X 5.3" (120mm X 133mm)
OPERATE A 12 OR 24 VDC DOOR STRIKE WITH DOOR AJAR AND GREEN & RED LED INDICATORS
RED
DOOR AJAR &
FORCED ENTRY
GRN LED
WIRES
GRY
RED LED
WIRES
YEL
YEL
RED
RED
7 POSITION
HARNESS
BLK
TO
ä
DOOR AJAR ä
ALARM
) (
12 or 24
VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
RED
BLK
BLU
BLU
GRN
GRN
12 or 24
VDC
RED
1N4001
DIODE
DOOR
STRIKE
BLK
FIG. 2
PROGRAMMING STEPS
1) Q2105# Sets Main Relay time
for 5 seconds.
2) Q142# Sets Door Ajar Output to
the Auxiliary Relay.
3) Q2202# Sets Aux Relay time for
2 seconds.
6 POSITION
HARNESS
GRY
BRN
YEL
ORN
WHT
GRN
BLU
CLOSED CIRCUIT
MAGNETIC CONTACT
BLK
)+(
4) Q1154321#1# Sets the code
54321 to activate the Main Relay.
Code 54321 will activate the Main
Relay. If held open 30 seconds over
the relay time the Aux Relay
activates.
OPERATE A 12 OR 24 VDC MAG-LOCK WITH REQUEST-TO-EXIT AND GREEN & RED LED INDICATORS
RED
GRN LED
WIRES
BRN
RED LED
WIRES
YEL
YEL
RED
RED
7 POSITION
HARNESS
BLK
) (
12 or 24
VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
12 or 24 VDC
MAG LOCK
6 POSITION
HARNESS
GRY
BRN
YEL
ORN
WHT
GRN
BLU
REQUEST-TO-EXIT
BUTTON
BLK
)+(
RED
BLK
BLU
BLU
GRN
GRN
PROGRAMMING STEPS
1) Q2105# Sets Main Relay time
for 5 seconds.
2) Q171# Sets Request-To-Exit to
operate the Main Relay.
3) Q1154321#1# Sets the code
54321 to activate the Main Relay.
RED
1N4001
DIODE
When the code 54321 is entered, or
Request-To-Exit is activated, the Main
Relay will open the door and change
the LED status from red to green.
BLK
OPERATE AN ELECTRIC GARAGE DOOR OPENER WITH GREEN & RED LED INDICATORS
RED
GRN LED
WIRES
RED LED
WIRES
YEL
YEL
RED
RED
7 POSITION
HARNESS
GRY
BRN
YEL
ORN
WHT
GRN
BLU
6 POSITION
HARNESS
RED
BLK
BLU
BLU
GRN
GRN
BLK
)+(
) (
12 or 24
VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
PROGRAMMING STEPS
1) Q2105# Sets Main Relay time for
5 seconds.
2) Q2205# Sets Auxiliary Relay time
for 5 seconds.
GARAGE DOOR
OPENER BUTTON
3) Q1198765#12# Sets the code
98765 to operate the Main Relay
and the Auxiliary Relay.
When the code 98765 is entered the
Main Relay will open the door and
the Auxiliary Relay will change the
LEDs from red to green.
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ä
FIG. 3
TO GARAGE DOOR
OPENER
FIG. 4
SHUNT CONTACT #1 IN A CLOSED CIRCUIT ALARM LOOP WITH GREEN & RED LED INDICATORS
RED
GRN LED
WIRES
RED LED
WIRES
YEL
YEL
RED
RED
7 POSITION
HARNESS
) (
BLK
PROGRAMMING STEPS
12 or 24
VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
1) Q2100# Sets Main Relay time for
latching (on/off).
2) Q2200# Sets Auxiliary Relay time
for latching (on/off).
6 POSITION
HARNESS
GRY
BRN
YEL
ORN
WHT
GRN
BLU
FIG. 5
)+(
RED
BLK
BLU
BLU
GRN
GRN
1
2
3) Q1198765#12# Sets the code
98765 to operate the Main Relay
and the Auxiliary Relay.
ä
TO
ALARM PANEL
CLOSED CIRCUIT
LOOP
When the code 98765 is entered the
Main Relay will shunt zone 1 until the
code is entered again. A red LED
indicates the zone is "in-the-loop".
When the zone is shunted, the green
LED will be on.
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ARM & DISARM AN ALARM PANEL WITH ZONE SHUNTING AND PANIC
YEL LED
GRN LED WIRES
WIRES
YEL
PROGRAMMING STEPS
TYPICAL ALARM
CONTROL PANEL
RED
RED LED
WIRES
YEL
YEL
YEL
RED
RED
7 POSITION
HARNESS
GRN LED ( )
YEL
RED LED ( )
RED
BLK
GRN
GRN
6 POSITION
HARNESS
GRY
BRN
YEL
ORN
WHT
GRN
BLU
RED
BLK
BLU
BLU
GRN
GRN
1) Q2102# Main Relay set 2 secs.
2) Q2200# Aux Relay set for latching.
3) Q2400# Switch 4 set for latching.
4) Q2302# Switch 3 set for 2 secs.
5) Q1154321#1# Sets the code
54321 to activate the Main Relay.
6) Q163# Sets Panic to operate
Switch 3.
7) Q1198765#24# Sets the code
98765 to operate the Aux Relay
and Switch 4 for a shunt.
VDC (+)
VDC ( )
ARM/DISARM
TERMINALS (+)
ALARM ZONE
TO BE SHUNTED
When the code 54321 is entered it
will turn on/off the alarm panel.
PANIC TERMINAL
GRN
When Q and # (Panic) are pressed,
Switch 3 triggers duress.
WHT
ORN
FIG. 6
FOR ADDITIONAL DRY CIRCUIT OUTPUTS, ADD TWO RELAYS TO OUTPUT LINES 3 & 4
RED
)+(
RED
1N4001
DIODE
BLK
RED
1N4001
DIODE
) (
1) Q2300# Sets Switch 3 for
latching (on/off).
2) Q2405# Sets Switch 4 for
5 seconds.
7 POSITION
HARNESS
CORBY MODEL
#25 RELAYS
(WITH A BUILT-IN DIODE)
OR EQUIVALENT
BLK
BLK
PROGRAMMING STEPS
12 or 24
VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
6 POSITION
HARNESS
GRY
BRN
YEL
ORN
WHT
GRN
BLU
RED
BLK
BLU
BLU
GRN
GRN
Z5U
103M
1KV
3) Q1154321#34# Sets the code
54321 to operate Switch 3
and Switch 4.
DISC
CAPACITOR
When the code 54321 is entered
Switch 3 and 4 will trigger the
additional relays.
TO PLATE SCREW
FIG. 7 OPERATE A DOOR STRIKE AND ARM/DISARM AN ALARM PANEL. THE GREEN AND RED LED
INDICATORS MONITOR THE ALARM PANEL. THE YELLOW LED INDICATES DOOR STRIKE OPERATION.
YEL LED
GRN LED WIRES
WIRES
YEL
TYPICAL ALARM
CONTROL PANEL
RED LED ( )
VDC (+)
VDC ( )
GRN LED ( )
YEL
RED
YEL
7 POSITION
HARNESS
RED
BLK
YEL
WHT
ARM/DISARM
TERMINALS (+)
GRN
GRY
BRN
YEL
ORN
WHT
GRN
BLU
RED
RED
)+(
RED LED
WIRES
YEL
BLK
) (
12 or 24
VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
RED
6 POSITION
HARNESS
RED
BLK
BLU
BLU
GRN
GRN
RED
12 or 24
VDC
1) Q2105# Sets Main Relay time for
5 seconds.
2) Q2202# Sets Auxiliary Relay time
for 2 seconds.
3) Q1154321#1# Sets the code
54321 to activate the Main Relay.
4) Q1198765#2# Sets the code
98765 to activate the Auxiliary
Relay for arm/disarm.
Code 54321 will open the door and
trigger the yellow LED. Code 98765
will arm/disarm the alarm panel.
1N4001
DIODE
BLK
PROGRAMMING STEPS
DOOR
STRIKE
The red & green LEDs indicate the
alarm panel status.
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