FK1721 A P0311 OQ GT-AC Access Control keypad Module Module clavier à codes rétro-éclairé GH / GT-Codeschlossmodul Módulo de teclado de control de acceso Codeklavier-module GT-AC INSTALLATION & OPERATION MANUAL NOTICE D'INSTALLATION ET D'UTILISATION INSTALLATIONS- UND BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG MANUAL DE INSTALACIÓN Y USO INSTALLATIE & GEBRUIKSHANDLEIDING RECORD OF SETTINGS AND REGISTRATION DETAILS (Please make sure to write down your settings below.) AIDE MEMOIRE DES PROGRAMMATIONS ENREGISTREES (Faire en sorte de bien noter vos réglages ci-dessous.) VERZEICHNIS DER EINSTELLUNGEN UND REGISTRIERUNGSDETAILS (Bitte notieren Sie unten Ihre Einstellungen.) DATOS DE CONFIGURACIÓN Y DETALLES DE LOS REGISTROS (Asegúrese de apuntar los valores de ajuste abajo.) LIJST MET GEPROGRAMMEERDE INSTELLINGEN EN CODES (Zorg ervoor uw instellingen hieronder op te schrijven.) Master code Code maître Mastercode Código maestro Hoofdcode Key illumination time Temporisation d'éclairage Tastenbeleuchtungszeit Tiempo de encendido de las teclas Verlichtingsduur klavier Relay output time Temporisation des relais Relais Ausgabezeit Tiempo de salida Relé Relais outputtijd sec/sek/seg Relay 1 Relais 1 Relais 1 Relé 1 Relais 1 Relay 2 Relais 2 Relais 2 Relé 2 Relais 2 sec/sek/seg sec/sek/seg External output setting Paramétrage de sortie externe Externer Ausgang Ajuste de la salida externa Activering Alarmuitgang Lockout Blocage Eingabe-Sperre Bloqueo Blokkering klavier Auto-relock Auto-reverrouillage Automatische Neuverriegelung Re-bloqueo automático Automatische hersluiting Timer-linked unlocking Déverrouillage lié à l'horloge Timergesteuerte Entriegelung Desbloqueo conectado al temporizador Tijdsgebonden ontgrendeling Operation tone Bip de fonctionnement Signaltöne Tono de operación Zoemer klavier ON EIN AAN OFF AUS UIT ON EIN AAN OFF AUS UIT ON EIN AAN OFF AUS UIT 1 ON EIN AAN 2 1&2 OFF AUS UIT Registered User Code List / Liste des codes utilisateur programmés / Liste der registrierten Zugangscodes Lista de códigos de los usuarios registrados / Lijst Codes Geregistreerde Gebruikers group 1 / groupe 1 / gruppe 1 / grupo 1 / groep 1 group 2 / groupe 2 / gruppe 2 / grupo 2 / groep 2 00 30 60 90 01 31 61 91 02 32 62 92 03 33 63 93 04 34 64 94 05 35 65 95 06 36 66 96 07 37 67 97 08 38 68 98 09 39 69 99 10 40 70 11 41 71 12 42 72 13 43 73 14 44 74 15 45 75 16 46 76 17 47 77 18 48 78 19 49 79 20 50 80 21 51 81 22 52 82 23 53 83 24 54 84 25 55 85 26 56 86 27 57 87 28 58 88 29 59 89 2 English PRECAUTIONS Prohibition to Dismantle the Unit WARNING 2. Do not install or make any wire terminations while power supply is plugged in. It can cause electrical 1. This product, being a control unit of door release, should not be used as a crime-prevention device. 2. This product is weather-resistant, but do not spray high-pressure water on it. Unit trouble could result. 3. The product becomes inoperative during power failure. 4. As to other manufacturer's devices, such as sensor, door releases, timer, used with this system, comply with the Speciﬁcations and Warranty conditions manufacturers or venders present. 5. Keep the intercom wires more than 30 cm (12 inches) away from AC 100-240 V lines, particularly AC lines for invertor electrical appliances. Noise and malfunction shock or damage to the unit. could result. CONTENTS RECORD OF SETTINGS AND REGISTRATION DETAILS … 2 PRECAUTIONS …………………………………………… 3 PACKAGE CONTENTS …………………………………… 3 NAMES ……………………………………………………… 3 MOUNTING ………………………………………………… 4 FUNCTIONS SETTING UP ……………………………… 6 OPERATIONS …………………………………………… 10 TECHNICAL PRECAUTIONS ………………………… 10 SPECIFICATIONS ……………………………………… 10 WARRANTY ……………………………………………… 10 MOUNTING/WIRING METHOD, WIRING DISTANCE …… 4 NAMES PACKAGE CONTENTS Unit Installation & operation manual 1 2 1 LED indicator (Orange) 3 2 LED indicator (Green) 3 Keys (Yellow) 3 Nederlands (Negligence could result in injury to people or damage to property) 1. When mounting the unit on a wall, install the unit in a convenient location, but not where it could be jarred or bumped. Injury could result. GENERAL PRECAUTIONS Español CAUTION 4. Do not install the unit in any of the following locations. Fire, electric shock, or unit trouble could result. * Places subject to dust, oil, chemicals, hydrogen sulﬁde (hot spring). * Places subject to moisture and humidity extremes, such as bathroom, cellar, greenhouse, etc. * Places where the temperature is quite low, such as inside a refrigerated area or in front of air-conditioner. * Places subject to steam or smoke (near heating or cooking surfaces). * Where noise generating devices such as dimmer switches, invertor electrical appliances, are closeby. Deutsch 1. Do not connect any non-speciﬁed power source to the V, V terminals, and do not install two power supplies in parallel to a single input. Fire, damage to the unit, or system malfunction could result. 2. The unit is not explosion-proof. Do not install or use near gases or ﬂammable materials. Fire or explosion could result. 3. Do not dismantle or alter the unit. Fire or electric shock could result. 4. Do not allow the wires or DC output terminals to be shorted. Fire or electric shock could result. 5. The unit must be installed and wired by a qualiﬁed technician. 3. Before turning on power, make sure wires are not crossed or shorted. Fire or electric shock could result. Français (Negligence could result in death or serious injury to people) English General Prohibitions General Precautions MOUNTING English The illustrations below use the GH system. 1. Fix the mounting bracket to the back (or surface-mount) 1 box. 2. Connect the wires to the unit. Français 3. Mount GT-AC to the front frame. • Mount GT-AC from behind the front frame. • Insert the notch into the slots on both sides. 4. Options Deutsch 2 a.Rain hood b.Hooded surface-mount box 3 c.Surface-mount box *For details on mounting panels and modules other than the GT-AC, refer to the GF, GH or GT Installation and Operation Manual. Nederlands Español 4 to GT-AC to GT-AC MOUNTING/WIRING METHOD, WIRING DISTANCE D A (Wiring distance) Power supply Power supply AC/DC12 ~ 18V Relay 2 A 2 Electromagnetic door lock 2 Electric door strike Request to exit/entry button 2 Relay or 2 Request to exit/entry button 2 Timer C 4 B C B Automatic gate D (Less than) diameter 0.65 - 1.0 mm (22-18AWG) 100m (330') AC/DC18 ~ 24V 300m (980') 300m (980') 300m (980') The connection distance will depend on the speciﬁcations of the electric door strike, relays or Electromagnetic door lock to be connected. To determine the operating range, please refer to the speciﬁcations of each terminal. (*1) Use a separate power supply for the GT-AC, not the ones used to power the system. (*2) Two relays can be activated from GT-AC. However, only one relay can be activated from a residential station. Terminal names Back view of GT-AC User group1 relay 1 V V PB1 PB2 User group2 relay 2 N/C contact N/C contact Timer C T NO1 C1 NC1 NO2 N/O contact Request to exit/entry button・ Timer Between 12 and 24V AC Between 12 and 24V DC ・ Minimum overload :100mV DC, 0.1mA or below ・ Contact capacity: 30V DC, 0.1A or above NC2 N/O contact Relay 24V DC, 3A or below (resistive load) 1A or below (inductive load) 24V AC, 3A or below (resistive load) 1A or below (inductive load) ・ Minimum overload :5V DC, 100mA or above Connection of Relay 1 (N/C contact) only GT-DA(-L), GH-DA/A GF-DA/B or R1 R2 EL EL + RY RY Deutsch GT-DA(-L), GH-DA/A R1 R2 ELB ELC ELM RY RY C2 Français Power supply Connection of Relay 1 (N/O contact) only English Request to Request to exit/entry exit/entry Common button 2 button 1 Power supply * The connection with N/C contacts is not available for GF-DA/B. R1 R2 ELB ELC ELM RY RY Español *1 GT-AC V V PB1 PB2 T NO1 C1 NC1 NO2 C2 NC2 2 NP 2 V GT-AC V PB1 PB2 2 NP C T NO1 C1 NC1 NO2 C2 NC2 Nederlands 2 C Electromagnetic door lock NP 2 NP 2 NP NP ＰＳ Electric door strike Request to exit/entry button AC transformer (push button, etc.) Request to exit/entry button Power supply (push button, etc.) Power supply (For GT-AC only) Power supply (For GT-AC only) Relay 1: Automatic gate (N/O contact), Relay 2: Electric door strike (N/O contact) N.C PB2 ・ To setVJG "auto-relock" / "External output by forced entry" function a sensor (locally avallable) is required. C GF-DA/B R1 R2 ELB ELC ELM RY RY or R1 R2 EL EL + ・ The request to exit/entry button for relay 2 cannot be used when the "auto-relock" / "External out put by forced entry" function are set. GT-AC Power supply (For GT-AC only) Rating Between 12 and 24V AC Between 12 and 24V DC GT-DA(-L), GH-DA/A Auto-relock/External out put by forced entry (sensor connection is required) V V 2 NP PB1 PB2 C T NO1 2 C1 NC1 NO2 2 NP C2 NC2 External output NP RY NO2 C2 *1 Only connecting to the terminal of relay 2 is possible. Alarm, Security For relay 1 Request to exit/entry button 2 Automatic gate NP For relay 2 Request to exit/entry button 2 Timer 2 Electric door strike NP NP AC transformer (*1) The relay operating time of GT-DA(-L), GH-DA/A, GFDA/B is different from that of GT-AC. 5 Deutsch Français English FUNCTIONS SETTING UP This section explains the settings of each function, including the master code for management, the user code for unlocking, the buzzer and the LEDs. About the setting mode: Enter master code twice to switch to the setting mode, and enter the following setting code to perform the settings for the desired function. After settings have been made, enter the following setting codes to continue the setting to exit the setting mode. operation. Press Setting items Setting the code length Allowable setting range 4, 5, or 6 digits Default value 4 digits 1 Valid keys: 0 - 9, A, B 1234 Number of codes: 60 Valid keys: 0 - 9, A, B - - Number of codes: 40 Valid keys: 0 - 9, A, B - - Illumination time: 10 to 99 seconds, or continually lit 10 Sec. Output time: 1 to 99 seconds, or latched 3 Sec. Output time: 1 to 99 seconds, or latched 3 Sec. Set the output time of relay 2. Reset Settings - - · OFF · During Lockout · During forced entry output · During lockout and forced entry output OFF ON/OFF Invalid number of times: 10 to 99 times Invalid time: 10 to 99 seconds OFF ON/OFF OFF Linked relay: relay 1 relay 2 relay 1 and 2 Linked relay: relay 1 Change the length of the master code and the user code. )They both must be the same length. Setting the master code Enter a master code using between 4 and 6 digits (alpha or numeric) to switch to the setting mode. ) The number of digits in the code can be set by setting the code length. Setting the code for user group 1 Set the unlocking code for user group 1. ) The number of digits in the code can be set by setting the code length. Español Setting the code for user group 2 Set the unlocking code for user group 2. ) The number of digits in the code can be set by setting the code length. Setting the key illumination time Set the length of time that the keys will be lit up after they are pressed. Setting the relay 1 output time Nederlands Setting code Set the output time of relay 1. Setting the relay 2 output time Return all the settings to their default values. External output setting The alarm or security system connected to the terminal of relay 2 will be activated when the "Lockout" * or the forced entry* is carried out. * "Lockout": Refer to VIII below. *Forced entry: This function is linked with the door open/close sensor (N.C.) which is connected to PB2 and C, and carried out when opening the door without activating this unit. (For example, entry in an improper manner, manual unlock, etc.) ) If there is a way to open the door without activating this unit, such as manual unlock, do not make the external output setting for the forced entry. Lockout If several incorrect access codes are attempted, the code input function is disabled for a programmed period of time. · When "Lockout" is activated, the LED (Orange) indicator and the keypad blink, and the buzzer sounds for 3 seconds. This is just a sound to inform you that the function has been activated. It is not a warning sound. If you want a warning to be sounded, please use the external output function to activate a commercially-available alarm device. · The unlock function will work when the request to exit/entry button is pushed, even while the "Lockout" function is operating. Auto-relock (Anti-tailgate) After the door has been linked to the door open/close sensor (N/C), and unlocked, it will relock itself one second after being closed, thus preventing the entry of an unauthorized third party. )1 Timer-linked unlocking setting The system can be set to unlock the door by pressing the key within the set time and linking it to the external timer (N/O). The operations for the LEDs and the buzzer after unlocking are the same as those used to perform user code unlocking. When the door is linked to the timer, unlocking can be performed using the user code and the request to exit/entry button. When latch output is performed for the relay settings, the relay turns ON/OFF every time the key is pressed. Operation tone settings 0 key illumination: OFF 0 key illumination: ON/OFF ON/OFF ON Set the tone heard when the keypad is being used to ON/OFF. • The setting can be saved even when the power is off. • The system cannot be switched to the setting mode while the relay is unlocked. • When the setting mode has been activated and no operations are performed for approximately 120 seconds, the system will exit the setting mode. (If a key is pressed during that time, the timer will start over.) • Neither the request to exit/entry button nor the timer-linked unlocking key can be operated, and unlocking using the user code cannot be performed while the setting mode is activated. • The volume (the check tone, operation tone, etc.) from the main unit may become lower according to the mounting status. 1 : When the auto-relock is used, the request to exit/entry button for relay 2 cannot be used. The output of relay 2 is 6 only possible when user code unlocking is performed. Orange (L) The result of each operation is indicated by the Green (R) lighting up of the LED indicators on the upper section (orange) (green) Illumination Blinking Input the master code twice. ) Setting the master code (Default㧦1234) group 1 Setting the code 00 - 59 60 - 99 Input the setting code. Inputting of user number (ex.: 01) Inputting of user number (ex.: 60) When a user code that has already been set is selected When a user code that has already been set is selected Blinks Illumination Blinking Illumination twice Blinks Illumination Blinking Illumination twice Bleep Bleep Bleep Inputting of code length (ex.: 5 digits) 4, 5, or 6 digits Illumination Blinking Illumination Blinking Beep - When the (If the Inputting of new master code (ex.: 4321) Bleep, Bleep Inputting of code (ex.: 1006) * Numbers 0 - 9 and the letters A and B can be used Inputting of code (ex.: 04B2) * Numbers 0 - 9 and the letters A and B can be used Illumination Blinking Illumination Blinking Beep Beep key is pressed, the green LED lights up, the buzzer beeps twice, and the system exits the setting mode. key is included in the user code and the master code, the system does not exit the setting mode.) - You can continue the setting up operation by entering an arbitrary setting code. · The set code will be saved in memory, even if the code length is changed. However, codes of different lengths cannot be used. · When the code length has been changed, the master code returns to the default value (if the number of digits in the code is 4, 5, or 6, the master code is 1234, 12345, or 123456 respectively). · Please note that the shift to the setting mode can be performed during timer-linked unlocking. However, if " " is included in the master code, the door will be unlocked, and the shift to the setting mode will not be able to be performed. · The same code cannot be set for both the user code and the master code (the previously set code has priority). · Do not set simple codes, such as 1111. · We recommend that you change the default master code. Bleep, Bleep Bleep Beep Indicator goes out Blinking Bleep, Bleep · To make the set user code invalid, press 0000 (when 4 digits are used), 00000 (when 5 digits are used), or 000000 (when 6 digits are used). Code numbers which contain only "0" cannot be set as user codes. · As the factory pre-setting master code is 1234, 1234 (when 4 digits are used), 12345 (when 5 digits are used), and 123456 (when 6 digits are used) cannot be set as user codes. · Do not set simple codes, such as 1111. * The same code cannot be set for both the user code and the master code. The previously set code has priority. 7 Nederlands Illumination Blinking Illumination Blinking group 2 Español Input the setting code. Bleep, Bleep Deutsch Setting the code length (Default: 4 digits) Français (Default: English of the unit, and by the sounding of the buzzer. (orange) (green) Illumination Blinking Input the master code twice. English (Default : Français Setting the key illumination time (Default: 10 Sec.) Setting the relay output time (Default: 3 Sec.) When setting relay 1 Input the setting code. Deutsch Bleep, Bleep ) Illumination Blinking Reset Settings When setting relay 2 Input the setting code. Input the setting code. Illumination Blinking Illumination Blinking Bleep Input the setting code. Bleep Input the setting code. Illumination Blinking Bleep Español Nederlands External output setting (Default: OFF) Bleep During Lockout Inputting of illumination time (ex.: 20 seconds) Inputting of relay output time (ex.: 99 seconds) 10 - 99 Indicator is lit up at all times: 00 01 - 99 Latched (̪) : 00 Illumination Blinking Beep - When the (If the Illumination Illumination Blinking Blinks three times - You can continue the setting up operation by entering an arbitrary setting code. 8 Beep key is pressed, the green LED lights up, the buzzer beeps twice, and the system exits the setting mode. key is included in the user code and the master code, the system does not exit the setting mode.) · If the power is turned off and the , , and keys are pressed simultaneously while the unlock 1 input status is active (short circuit between terminals PB1 and C), the settings can be returned to their default values by turning the power back on and pressing the , , and keys simultaneously for 3 seconds. OFF Illumination Blinking Bleep, Bleep, Beep Beep · (̪) If the latched status has been set and the door is unlocked, it will not be locked again until the user code is entered (or the request to exit/entry button is pressed, or the key is pressed while timer-linked unlocking is set). · When the door is unlocked during relay outputting (including when latched), the system cannot be switched to the setting mode. During lockout During forced and forced entry output entry output Indicator goes out Blinking Bleep, Bleep · When setting the external output, do not set the relay 2 output to be latched. (orange) (green) Illumination Blinking Input the master code twice. (Default : Bleep, Bleep ) Illumination Blinking Bleep OFF ON Input the setting code. Input the setting code. Illumination Blinking Bleep OFF ON Illumination Blinking Bleep Relays 1 and 2 are both linked Only relay 1 is linked Only relay 2 is linked Deutsch Illumination Blinking Input the setting code. Operation sound settings (Default: ON) Français Input the setting code. Timer-linked unlocking setting (Default: relay 1, OFF) English Auto-relock (Anti-tailgate) (Default: OFF) Lockout (Default: OFF) Bleep Operation tone OFF Operation tone ON Español Illumination Blinking Illumination Blinking Illumination Blinking Illumination Blinking Beep Illumination Blinking Bleep Nederlands Beep Beep Bleep 0 key illumination OFF 0 key illumination ON while timer is on while timer is on Inputting the number of operations (ex.㧦10 times) 10 -99 Illumination Blinking Illumination Blinking Bleep Beep Inputting length of time in "Lockout" mode (Ex.: 10 seconds) 10 - 99 Illumination Blinking Beep - When the (If the key is pressed, the green LED lights up, the buzzer beeps twice, and the system exits the setting mode. key is included in the user code and the master code, the system does not exit the setting mode.) - You can continue the setting up operation by entering an arbitrary setting code. · When the relay 1 output time is set to latched output, the auto-relock function is disabled. · When the auto-relock function is turned on, the unlock function of the request to exit/entry button of relay 2 is disabled. Indicator goes out Blinking Bleep, Bleep · If the 0 key illumination function is turned on while the timer is on, only the 0 key illumination will light up, even if the "key illumination time setting" is set to "Indicator is continually lit". 9 Français English OPERATIONS A. Unlocking of user code When the registered user code has been input using the keypad (between 4 and 6 digits), the LED indicator (group 1: orange, group 2: green) lights up, the buzzer sounds, and the electric door strike is unlocked. ex.): group 1 group 2 1006 04B2 Orange LED lights up (during relay1 operation) Green LED lights up (during relay2 operation) Nederlands Español Deutsch Beep Beep • The time interval during which the button must be pressed is approximately 10 seconds. If the time interval exceeds approximately 10 seconds, the input value will be cleared. • If you make a mistake when inputting the user code, input the user code again. • When the "Lockout" function has been set, the release function is locked and the input operation is disabled for the specified time (10 ~ 99 seconds) if invalid codes are input a set number of times (10 ~ 99 times). (Reference: "Lockout".) During this time, the key illumination will blink 4 times, the LED (orange) indicator will blink for the set deactivation time, and the buzzer will sound for approximately 3 seconds. B. Timer-linked unlocking When the timer-linked unlocking function is active, the key during the door can be unlocked by pressing the set time, while the timer is linked. key illumination lights up when the timer is The activated by performing the setting. C. Unlocking using the request to exit/entry button When leaving the premises, you can activate the electric door strike by pressing the request to exit/entry button connected to the unit. Pressing request to exit/entry button 1 releases relay 1, and pressing request to exit/ entry button 2 releases relay 2. • When the door is unlocked using the request to exit/ entry button, the LED will not light up and the buzzer will not sound. TECHNICAL PRECAUTIONS • Operating temperature: Between -10°C and 60°C (14˚F to 140˚F) • Cleaning: Clean the unit with a soft cloth dampened with a neutral household cleanser. Do not use any abrasive cleanser or cloths. • The unit is weather resistant. However do not spray high pressure water on access control keypad directly. Excessive moisture may cause problems with the unit. keys • Press and release the , , , and simultaneously when this unit does not work. 10 )The LEDs (orange and green) will blink and the buzzer will sound, and then resetting will take place. (The settings do not return to their default values.) • If resetting does not work, contact the service technician who installed the unit. SPECIFICATIONS • Power supply: 12 ~ 24V AC 12 ~ 24V DC • Power consumption: DC: Max. 70mA AC: Max. 100mA • Dimensions: 95.2(H) × 110(W) × 29.3(D)mm H 3-2/3” x W 4-5/16” x D 1-1/8” • Weight: approx. 330g (0.72lbs) • Number of relay circuits: 2 • Relay contact: N/O, N/C • Relay contact capacity: 24V DC, 3A (resistive load) 1A (inductive load) 24V AC, 3A (resistive load) 1A (inductive load) WARRANTY Aiphone warrants its products to be free from defects of material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of one year after delivery to the ultimate user and will repair free of charge or replace at no charge, should it become defective upon which examination shall disclose to be defective and under warranty. Aiphone reserves unto itself the sole right to make the ﬁnal decision whether there is a defect in materials and/or workmanship; and whether or not the product is within the warranty. This warranty shall not apply to any Aiphone product which has been subject to misuse, neglect, accident, or to use in violation of instructions furnished, nor extended to units which have been repaired or altered outside of the factory. This warranty does not cover batteries or damage caused by batteries used in connection with the unit. This warranty covers bench repairs only, and any repairs must be made at the shop or place designated in writing by Aiphone. Aiphone will not be responsible for any costs incurred involving on site service calls. Aiphone will not provide compensation for any loss or damage incurred by the breakdown or malfunction of its products during use, or for any consequent inconvenience or losses that may result. FCC This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.