Installation of Fixing Bracket

Installation of Fixing Bracket
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Chapter 1 ................................................................................ 4
Before Installing..................................................................... 4
Product Package...........................................................................5
Chapter 2 ................................................................................ 7
Installation Environment ....................................................... 7
Installation Environment..............................................................8
Chapter 3 ................................................................................ 9
System Configuration............................................................ 9
Network Mode .............................................................................10
Standalone Mode ........................................................................ 11
Chapter 4 .............................................................................. 12
Installation ............................................................................ 12
Installation of Fixing Bracket.....................................................13
Installation of other parts...........................................................14
External Cable Connection ........................................................15
Terminal Fixing ...........................................................................20
Chapter 5 .............................................................................. 21
After Installation................................................................... 21
After Installation..........................................................................22
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Chapter 1
Before Installing
Product Package
5
Product Package
Item
Shape
Quantity
Usage
Terminal
1
Access controller
Installation
1
Fixes the terminal.
1
Supplies power to the
Bracket
Adapter
terminal.
Power
Cord
1
6
Bolts
2
Fixes the terminal.
4
Fixes the installation
bracket.
Door/AUX
2
cable
and
external input cable.
Cable
S/W CD
Door
1
AccessManager
Professional
Software CD
7
Chapter 2
Installation Environment
8
Installation Environment
Select the installation location considering the following, and get
consent from the user if needed.
① This product should be installed indoors. If installed outdoors, the
product must be protected from direct sunlight, snow, and rain.
② Cables must not be exposed and it is recommended that they be
buried. If this isn’t possible due to the environment, get consent
from the user before installing.
③ Plug in the power only after all cables are connected. While the
unit is plugged in, do not disconnect the cables or connect them
to other cables.
④ The product can be used more effectively if it is installed at a
convenient height and location. The recommended height for a
normal adult is 150cm from the ground to the center of the
terminal.
⑤ Input power for the system is AC 100~240V, 50/60Hz.
Note
If the power unit is not grounded, static electricity, etc may cause
problems.
Chapter 3
System Configuration
Network Mode
Standalone Mode
10
Network Mode
Terminals are connected by network. It can be remote control.
Server PC
Client PC
Network (TCP/IP)
Terminal
Door opening S/W
Lock
Figure3.1 Network Configuration
11
Standalone Mode
One terminals is used independently. All settings such as user
rgistration, deletion, and access control are performed in the terminal
alone.
Lock
Door opening S/W
Figure3.2 Terminal Configuration
12
Chapter 4
Installation
Installation of Fixing Bracket
Terminal Connection
External Cable Connection
Terminal Fixing
13
※ Install the product in the following order:
① Install the fixing bracket.
② Install other devices (such as lock and door switch).
③ Connect the external cable.
④ Fix the terminal.
Installation of Fixing Bracket
① Select a suitable installation location, and fix the fixing bracket
with the four bolts provided with the product. When installing the
fixing bracket, pull out the cable as shown below.
Figure4.1 Installation of Fixing Bracket
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Installation of other parts
☞ The following devices can be installed, refer to the table below for
instructions.
① Locking device
② Door-opening S/W
■ Lock Types and Specifications
Type
Deadbolt
Specifications
Remarks
Input: DC12V,
Voltage output,
Less than 1A
Fail Safe/Secure Type
Electronic Magnetic
Input: DC12V,
Voltage output,
Lock
Less than 1A
Fail Safe/Secure Type
Input: DC12V,
Voltage output,
Less than 1A
Fail Safe/Secure Type
Electric Strike
Auto Door
*
Maximum
switching
Contact point output
voltage: 220V DC, 250V
AC.
*
Maximum
switching
current: Less than 2A DC,
AC
☞Fail Safe Type: Unlocked, Opened upon emergency
☞Fail Secure Type: Locked, Closed upon emergency
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External Cable Connection
※ Install the following cables to the terminal.
However, the network cable may not be connected upon
customer’s request.
1. Door control cable
2. Network cable
3. Power cable
4. Wiegand input cable
5. AUX cable
6. Wiegand output cable
7. RS-485 cable
4.3.1 Door Control Cable Connection (J5 and J8 on the Main
Board)
Housing
YMW025-06R
Receptacle
YMT250
Cable
UL1007, 24AWG
☞ Caution
① Connect the cable to the correct ports.
② If connecting the cable to an automatic door, use the contact
point output and open the [JP2] port (when connecting to J5) or
the [JP3] port (when connecting to J8) on the relay board. In the
factory setting, the [JP2] port and [JP3] port are connected by
the jumper.
③ Some locks do not have door monitoring signals.
JP2 and JP3 are jumper for supplying power(12V) to the
door lock. If you use the external power supply, those
jumper must be removed before connecting the power.
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☞ JP2 and JP3 are positioned back of the terminal, beside
Door and AUX connector.
■ Cabling Method for Each Lock Type
Deadbolt
Contact_A
Strike
Power(Fail Secure)
Common
Contact_B
Door Monitor
Power(Fail Safe)
Door Monitoring Signal
Door Open
GND
Door-opening S/W
Electric
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Deadbolt/Strike/Electronic Magnetic Lock
PIN
No.
1
2
Function
Safe Type
GND
Door
GND
CONTACT_B
5
COMMON
6
CONTACT_A
2
Type
GND
Door
Door
Monitoring
Open
NO
Open
Button
Open
Button
4
1
Secure
Button
Door Monitoring
NO
Fail
Open
3
PIN
Fail
COMMON
VCC(12V)
VCC(12V)
Automatic Door
Function
Normal
Normal
Door
Door
Open
Close
Monitoring
Open
NO
Open Button
GND
Door
Open
Open Button
Button
3
Door Monitoring
4
CONTACT_B
COMMON
Contact
5
COMMON
Contact
6
CONTACT_A
Contact
Contact
18
4.3.2 Network Cable Connection (U22)
- When connecting the network cable, connect to U22.
Housing
RJ45, 8PIN
Cabling
Cable
PIN No.
Function
1
TXP
2
TXN
UTP
3
RXP
6
RXN
4.3.3 Power Cable Connection
Connect the power adapter cable to J4.
4.3.4 Wiegand Output Cable Connection (J19)
PIN No.
J19
1
GND
2
Wiegand 2
3
Wiegand 1
4
+5VDC
4.3.5 Wiegand Input Cable Connection (J20)
Connect a Wiegand input cable to use external card devices.
External devices cannot be used with the RF card module.
PIN No.
J20
1
GND
2
Wiegand 2
3
Wiegand 1
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4.3.6 RS-485 Cable Connection (J9 or J22)
RS-485 may need terminating resistance. Add terminating resistance
to the last device by connecting to J9 or J22.
PIN No.
J9 or J22
1
GND
2
TRX-
3
TRX+
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Terminal Fixing
① After the cables are connected, tidy the rest of the cables at
the rear of the terminal and place the terminal on the fixing
bracket as shown in Figure 4.2.
Figure4.2 Placing the Terminal on the Fixing Bracket
② Fix the terminal using the fixing bolts as shown in Figure 4.3.
Figure4.3 Fixing the Terminal
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Chapter 5
After Installation
After Installation
22
After Installation
After finishing installation, check that it was done properly and
plug in the power.
Check if the lock and other devices are properly functioning as
described below. For more information, see “NAC-5000
Terminal Manual” and “AccessManager Professional User
Manual.”
① When power is supplied, the initial screen with NAC5000 logo will appear.
② Select the Network -> Normal -> “Disable” in Admin
menu of Terminal to use the standalone mode.
③ Press the Admin button and select User -> “Register” to
register user information such as ID and fingerprint.(4digit user ID is set to the default
④ Perform fingerprint authentication peripherals such as a
locking device to proceed with the Test
Note
Fisrt registered user has administrator right therefore, you must
initialize all user data if installer and administrator are different.
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When operating the terminal in network mode, install Access
Manager Professional and conduct the following test.
① Install the AccessManager Professional in the server PC.
Register the administrator and set initial configurations. (For
more information, see AccessManager Professional User
Manual)
② Select the Network -> Normal -> “Wireline” in Admin menu of
Terminal. (See NAC-5000 terminal User Manual)
③ Set the network settings in the Terminal Admin menu.
④ Start the AccessManager and then register after check if the
terminal is connected.
⑤ Register a terminal user in the server PC and check that
authentication proceeds properly.
⑥ If there are no problems, delete both the server user and the
terminal user.
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