Intelligent 4 Door Access Module P/No

Intelligent 4 Door Access Module P/No
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Intelligent 4 Door Access Module
P/No: 994012 / 995014
4 Door Controller with 4 or 8 Reader ports
for Concept 4000
INSTALLATION MANUAL
OVERVIEW
The Intelligent 4 Door Access Module provides an interface for up to 4 Doors using 4 Card Readers, or, if used in conjunction with
the Intelligent Reader Expander board (994013/995013), up to 4 Doors with Card In / Card Out operation using 8 Card Readers.
This module incorporates an Off-line operation feature. The Intelligent Access Module downloads and maintains relevant data
from the Control Module in order that it may continue to control door access in the event of LAN communication failure or damage
to the Control Module, etc. The Module will even maintain “Card + PIN” operation in the event of LAN communication failure by
supporting a local network of up to 8 LCD Terminals. While physically isolated from the rest of the LAN, these LCD Terminals can
still be utilized as normal Terminals when the Intelligent Reader Module is online.
Dual Card, Card + PIN, and Anti-Passback features continue to operate on a “per Door” basis.
IMPORTANT NOTES.
1)
AC power transformer. (PCB only version) In order to maintain the output current values specified in the Product
Catalogue and Installation Manual, the Intelligent 4-Door Access Module PCB must be powered by a transformer with the
following minimum specifications:
Transformer Input.
Voltage:
As per local AC Mains supply voltage.
Transformer Output.
Voltage:
16 to 18V AC.
Current:
4 Amps.
Use of a transformer with a lower current rating may result in damage to the transformer &/or Intelligent 4-Door Access
Module. If a Transformer with a lower current rating must be used, contact Inner Range Technical Support for advice.
2)
Plug Packs. Common 16VAC 1A or 1.5A Plug packs must never be used with this product. The current output from
these plug-packs is totally inadequate for the Intelligent 4-Door Access Module.
3)
Concept LAN Over Ethernet interfaces.
When connecting an Intelligent 4-Door Access Module (IFDAM) to a Concept LAN Over Ethernet (CLOE) interface:
a. If the IFDAM Firmware (U3) is V3.60 or later, the CLOE Firmware must be V1.2 or later, and DIPswitch 1 (SET1)
must be set to OFF.
b. If the IFDAM Firmware (U3) is prior to V3.60, and the CLOE Firmware is V1.2 or later, DIPswitch 1 (SET1) must be
set to ON. (If CLOE firmware is prior to V1.2, the DIPswitch has no function and is set to OFF)
c. If multiple IFDAMs are connected to a CLOE Slave, all the IFDAMs must be either V3.60 or later, or pre V3.60.
You cannot mix V3.60 or later and pre V3.60 IFDAMs on the same CLOE Slave.
d. It is permissable to have V3.60 or later IFDAMs on one CLOE Slave, and pre V3.60 IFDAMs on another CLOE Slave
in the same system.
e. It is also permissable to have V3.60 or later, and pre V3.60 IFDAMs connected directly to the Control Module LAN.
CLOE firmware can be upgraded in the field with the CLOE Firmware Downloader application.
© 2005 - 2010. Inner Range Pty. Ltd.
Part No: 634012XL
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Contents
PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................................................................... 2
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................................................... 3
INPUT AND OUTPUT WIRING DIAGRAMS ........................................................................................................ 5-6
THE INTELLIGENT 4 DOOR ACCESS MODULE PCB
Link Details ................................................................................................................................................................7
Module numbering ..................................................................................................................................................... 7
PCB layout and connection details ............................................................................................................................8 & 9
Status and Fault LED indications .............................................................................................................................. 10
Lock Open Time Mode settings ................................................................................................................................. 10
Input and Output ID Table ......................................................................................................................................... 11
LAN CONNECTIONS ...............................................................................................................................................12
LAN Termination Details .......................................................................................................................................... 12
Cable Types ................................................................................................................................................................12
LAN wiring diagram .................................................................................................................................................. 13
Earthing ...................................................................................................................................................................... 14
LAN Voltage Testing .................................................................................................................................................. 14
HARDWARE CONFIGURATION TABLE ............................................................................................................... 15
SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................................................................... 16
Parts List
- Intelligent 4 Door Access Module PCB mounted the Xtra Large mounting plate in the Xtra Large Low Profile Enclosure.
- Battery bracket.
- Installation Kit containing:
- Installation Manual. (This document)
- 4 x M3 x 10 Pan head screw
- 4 x M3 Flat washer.
In countries where the Mains input cable is not
- 3 x 16mm Hex metal mounting post. (2 for installation + 1 spare)
pre-fitted, the following parts are also supplied:
- 8 x 8 Way plug-on screw terminals.
- 1 x Plastic Cable grommet.
- 5 x 6 Way plug-on screw terminals.
- Sufficient mounting screws to assemble
- 4 x 3 Way plug-on screw terminals.
all parts to the housing.
- 18 x 2 Way plug-on screw terminals.
- 1 x 1 Amp Slow Blow AC mains input Fuse. M205 (Spare)
- 2 x 0.5 Amp Fast Blow Reader Power Fuse. M205 (Spare)
- 2 x 1 Amp Fast Blow Lock Power Fuse. M205 (Spare)
- 2 x 2 Amp Fast Blow LAN/DET+ Fuse. M205 (Spare)
- 4 x 1N4004 Diode. (Connect in reverse polarity across lock coils)
- 20 x 2k2 End-of-line resistors. (red-red-black-brown-brown)
- 20 x 6k8 End-of-line resistors. (blue-grey-black-brown-brown)
- 4 x Jumper Links. (Spare)
- 1 x Battery Cable 70 cm
- Tamper switch.
- 2 x 6.3mm Tamper switch connectors.
- Tamper switch bracket.
PRELIMINARY INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Fitting the Mounting Plate & PCB assembly.
1. Remove the large cable ties securing the mounting plate & PCB assembly to the chassis.
2. Fit two 16mm Hex metal mounting posts to the nutserts provided in the chassis. Screw in
finger tight, then tighten another 1/4 turn only with a small spanner or nut driver.
CAUTION: Further tightening may snap the spacer.
3. Secure the mounting plate & PCB assembly to the chassis using the 4 M3 x 10mm screws
and flat washers provided.
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INSTALLATION AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Electrical AC Mains Power connection.
In countries where the module is supplied without a mains power cord, a suitable mains power cord for connection to the 240V
AC Mains supply must be installed by a suitably qualified electrician or technician.
1. Strip 80mm of the sheath from the end of the power cord. Trim 20mm from the ends of the Active and Neutral conductors so
that the Earth conductor remains slightly longer.
2. Strip 5mm of insulation from each of the conductors.
3. Feed at least 150mm of the power cord through the AC mains cable entry hole.
4. Terminate the power cord in the terminal and fuse block as illustrated in Diagram 1 below. (Note that the Active wire is
always connected into the termination nearest to the fuse)
5. Determine the appropriate length of power cord between the terminal block and the cable entry hole. (Approx. 120mm)
Working from the rear of the chassis, fit the plastic grommet (supplied) around the power cord and apply pressure to both
sides of the grommet to clamp the cable. The grommet can now be inserted into the AC mains cable entry hole.
IMPORTANT NOTE: An AC Mains socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible for
connection of the mains power cord.
Chassis
Diagram 1.
Transformer
input connection.
Neutral
Earth
Active (Live)
EARTH
Connection to
PCB
Power Cord
Fuse. 1 Amp
Slow blow
AC Mains cable entry
M205 (20mm) hole & Plastic Grommet.
Assembled Tamper switch in
the Tamper bracket
20mm
5mm
80mm
120mm
Mounting the Unit.
See Diagram 2.
1. Installation environment should be maintained at 0º to 40º Celsius and 15% to 85% Relative humidity (non-condensing).
2. The enclosure must be secured to a flat, vertical surface using fasteners through the six “keyhole” mounting holes in the
chassis. We recommend mounting the enclosure with the Mains Cable entry and Transformer at the bottom as shown in
Diagram 3.
3. When mounting this product onto flammable surfaces, a fire protection backplate MUST BE INSTALLED. (See Diagram 3)
Any Conduit entry points that have had the knockout removed but are not used, must also be resealed using 25mm Conduit
Plugs.
4. Fit the tamper switch into the tamper switch bracket. Install this assembly by placing the tamper switch plunger in the hole
provided in the base, and the tongue on the bracket through the slot provided in the lip in the top of the chassis.
5. The Battery is normally installed in the bottom of the enclosure. (See Diagram 2) An optional Battery retaining bracket
(Part Number: 926005) can be used if the enclosure is not mounted as recommended in Step 2.
6. The metal chassis is electrically earthed and the Circuit Board Assembly is electrically isolated from the chassis. When
mounting and wiring the Module, the Installer must ensure that this isolation is maintained.
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Connecting the Battery to the PCB. See Diagram 2 below.
1. The Mains Transformer cable (A) is connected to the AC Input on the PCB (B).
2. Connect the Red Battery cable provided between the “+B” connection on the PCB (D) and the Positive (+) Battery
terminal (C).
3. Connect the Black Battery cable provided between the “-B” connection on the PCB (D) and the Negative (-) Battery
terminal (C).
Diagram 2.
Tapped hole for Cover
fastening screw.
Diagram 3.
Mounting Holes. x 4
IFDAM Module PCB
Alternative Battery
Battery bracket position
D
Equipment Enclosure.
PCB mounting plate
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Flammable Mounting Surface.
Tamper switch & bracket
Module
Enclosure
Battery connections
16.5V AC Power
connections to PCB.
B
Fire Protection
Backplate.
(Side View)
12V, 6.5AH Battery and
optional Battery bracket.
A
C
AC Mains Transformer
Terminal block and fuse.
AC Mains Input.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This diagram shows the recommended orientation for installing the
enclosure with the Battery located on the bottom lip.
If the enclosure is mounted with the Battery on the left-hand side or right-hand side of the
enclosure, the optional Battery bracket must be used.
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Wiring Diagrams
ZONE INPUT WIRING.
Typical Detection devices with Normally Closed Alarm contacts and Normally Closed Tamper Contacts are wired using End-ofline resistors. e.g. Door Reeds, Tongue Sense contacts, PIRs etc.
NOTE: Detection devices with Normally Open Alarm contacts are wired in exactly the same manner as shown below. When
programming the Zone Input, however, the option to “Swap Seal and Alarm conditions” must be set to [Y]es.
e.g.
I01:Z01
X S R A N T . .
INPUT STATES:
Options -> n Y n n n n n n
2k2
=
Sealed
9k (2k2 + 6k8)
=
Unsealed
REX (Request to Exit), REN (Request to Enter) and
(or Alarm)
ARM inputs are wired as normally Open contacts with
Open Circuit
=
Tamper
no End-of-line resistors.
Short Circuit
=
Tamper
6k8
2k2
Norm. Closed
Alarm contact
Normally Closed
Tamper contact
Normally Open
Button contact
REED 1
0V
TONGUE
REN
0V
REX
T4
to
T7
Door Reeds, Tongue Sense and
General purpose Zone Inputs.
REX, REN and ARM Inputs.
AUXILIARY WIRING
Rules for Auxiliary wiring on an Intelligent 4 Door Access Module.
- Max current on any individual Auxiliary must be less than 100mA.
- Locks + Readers + Auxiliaries + LAN current + Detectors must be less than 2A, or an external power supply must be used.
- The Positive connection of the device being controlled by the Auxiliary must be wired back to the Positive connection nearest
the Auxiliary. i.e. On the same module.
- If an external power supply is used to power the device, a good common Negative connection MUST exist between the power
supply and the module.
- Clamp diode should be fitted across inductive loads. Cathode (bar) to +ve.
1.2 kOhm current
limit Resistor.
RELAY
1.2 k
DET+
DET ______ T15 ______
+ve connections to +ve
nearest the Auxiliary output.
See Notes.
T14
AUX
9 10 11 12 13
Auxiliary Current
<100mA per Auxiliary.
Note LED
orientation.
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LOCK WIRING
Using On-board Power Supply.
CAUTION: Lock power can only be provided by the lock “POS” connection if the total current required by all Locks,
Readers, Detectors, Auxiliaries and the LAN does not exceed 2.0 Amps. Check lock current before using this lock wiring
method.
NO
COMM
NC
NEG
POS
Locks are activated via an on-board relay. Each lock “POS” terminal is separately protected by a 1A fuse. This fuse should
only be replaced with a fuse of the same value.
Heavy duty Fig. 8 cable
T13, 16, 17 & 18
(24/0.20 or 14/0.20)
recommended for all
**IMPORTANT**
Power & Lock wiring.
1N4004 Protection Diode (supplied)
fitted as close as possible to the strike.
+VE wired directly to
Cathode (bar) to +VE.
Power
Lock +ve.
to Un-Lock
or
Power
to Lock
Lock
Strike
+
Using a separate external Power Supply.
If the lock current requirement will cause the total combined anciliary current limit (2.0A) to be exceeded, and/or longer battery
backup times are required, a separate battery-backed power supply should be used for lock power and wired as shown below.
EXTERNAL
PWR SUPPLY
(BATTERY
BACKED)
T13, 16, 17 & 18
NO
COMM
NC
NEG
POS
Heavy duty Fig. 8 cable
(24/0.20 or 14/0.20)
recommended for all
Power & Lock wiring.
1N4004 Protection Diode (supplied)
fitted as close as possible to the strike.
Cathode (bar) to +VE.
-
Lock
Strike
+VE wired directly to Lock +ve.
+
+
If Lock fault monitoring is required when using an external supply, connect the lock as shown below.
Connect -VE of
external supply to
“0V” or “DET-”
NEAREST the
Lock connector.
EXTERNAL
PWR SUPPLY
(BATTERY
BACKED)
NO
COMM
NC
NEG
POS
0V
T13, 16, 17 & 18
-
+
Lock
Strike
+VE wired directly to Lock +ve.
+
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READER WIRING
0V
+VE
D1
CLK
D0
DATA
Omron Swipe
green
yellow
red
brown
Inne r Range Se cure 40 Proximity
black
red
white
green
shield*
HID Proximity / M otorola Indala Proximity
HID Se ns orke y
black
red
white
green
shield*
HID Clas s ic Swipe /Ins e rtion/
Epic Wie gand Card Re ade r
(Units may have flying leads OR screw terminals)
black
GND
red
+VE
white
Data 1
green
Data 0
shield*
READER
Earth
(If available )
* Note: Connect shield to 0V if no earth connection available.
The Reader Beeper and LEDs may be connected to the “Valid”, “Invalid”, “DOTL” or Auxiliary outputs as required.
These outputs are Open Collector. Consult the Reader installation instructions for connection details.
READER OPTION LINK SETTINGS
JP18-21
Format:
1- 2 Swipe
2- 3 Wieg.
JP22-25
Format:
OFF Swipe
ON Wieg.
JP13-16
Supply:
1- 2 +5V
2- 3 +12V
JP6-9
Data
1- 2 +5V
2- 3 +12V
JP10,11,12 & 17
Mode:
Cardx 1- 2
Default 2- 3
Omron Swipe
1- 2
O FF
1- 2
1- 2
2- 3
Inne r Range Se cure 40 Proximity
2- 3
ON
2- 3
2- 3
2- 3
Cardlock Swipe
1- 2
O FF
1- 2
1- 2
2- 3
Hughe s M iniProx / ThinLine
2- 3
ON
1- 2
1- 2
2- 3
Hughe s ProxPro
2- 3
ON
2- 3
2- 3
2- 3
HID Se ns orke y
2- 3
ON
1- 2
1- 2
2- 3
HID Swipe /Ins e rtion/Turns tile
Wie gand Card Re ade rs
2- 3
ON
1- 2
1- 2
2- 3
M otorola Indala. SlimLine /
WallSwitch/PinProx/Value Prox/Se cure Prox/
M as te rProx
2- 3
ON
1- 2
1- 2
2- 3
M otorola Indala. Standard/ M e dium
Range /M as te rProx (for 30cm re ad range )
2- 3
ON
2- 3
2- 3
2- 3
READER
Module Numbering
The Module number is set using DIPswitches 1 to 7. The Module number equals n + 1, where n is the binary number set on
DIPswitches 1 to 7.
Module No:
DIPswitch: 1
Binary value: 1
1
off
2
ON
3
off
4
ON
5
off
6
ON
7
off
8
ON
9
off
through to
99
off
2
2
off
off
ON
ON
off
off
ON
ON
off
3
4
off
off
off
off
ON
ON
ON
ON
off
4
8
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
ON
5
16
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
6
32
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
7
64
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
ON
off
off
off
ON
ON
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THE INTELLIGENT 4 DOOR
STATUS LEDs.
LED 1. Database.
LED 2 / 3. Fault LEDs.
See Status LED table for details.
+5V Supply indicator.
Lnn.
Reader Data indication. Reader 3 & 4.
LEDs indicate D0 and D1 Data being
received.
Separate LEDs provided for each Reader.
+13.8V Supply indicator.
DIPswitch S2
Sw1-7:
Module Address.
See details on page 7.
Sw8: Lock Open Time Mode.
Off = 1 Sec increments.
On = 100 mS increments.
See additional information on page 10.
DIPswitch S1.
Sw 1, 5-6: Factory Only.
Sw 2. OFF = AC Fail Delay 20 Seconds
ON = AC Fail Delay 255 Seconds
(see additional information on Page 10)
Sw 7 & 8. Reset to Factory default.
Procedure. (Use only if instructed by Tech support.)
1) Disconnect Power and Battery.
2) Set DIPswitch 7 & 8 to ON.
3) Reconnect Power and Battery & wait 2 seconds.
4) Disconnect Power and Battery again.
5) Set DIPswitch 7 & 8 to OFF.
6) Reconnect Power and Battery.
Main LAN Power.
(From LAN “POS” connection)
Main LAN Activity LEDs
Rx =Receive Data
Tx =Send Data
AC Supply Indicator.
J2 Power Supply & Tamper connections.
AC
+B/-B
TAM
16 to 18 V AC Transformer connections.
12V 6.5AH to 15AH Battery.
Cabinet Tamper switch connection.
X1. Main LAN Connection.
Isolated LAN Port to
Control Module.
JP4. Main LAN Termination.
No Link
Link IN
Unterminated
Terminated. (Only if module
is at either end of the LAN)
JP5. Local LAN
Termination.
X2. Local LAN Connection.
LAN Port to LCD Terminals
associated with Doors on this
Intelligent Reader Module.
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JPnn.
Reader Settings. Reader 3 & 4.
Format, Supply, Data Voltage and Mode.
Set separately for each Reader.
See separate table.
JP27. BOOST 3-4
For 12V Readers.
Fit if DC Volts at Reader Head 3
or 4 is <11.5V
JP30. Factory Only.
Pins 2-3 must be linked.
JP1 Reader Expander Board
connection.
When fitted provides 4
additional Reader Ports.
T2 & T3. Zone Inputs.
See “ZONE INPUT WIRING”
for details.
JP28. Factory Only.
Must be fitted.
JP29. Factory Only.
Pins 1-2 must be linked.
JP26. BOOST 1-2
For 12V Readers.
Fit if DC Volts at Reader Head 3
or 4 is <11.5V
J11
Detector Power
connections.
Lnn.
Reader Data indication. Reader 1 & 2.
LEDs indicate D0 and D1 Data being
received.
Separate LEDs provided for each Reader.
JPnn.
Reader Settings. Reader 1 & 2.
Format, Supply, Data Voltage and
Mode.
Set separately for each Reader.
See separate table.
JUMPER LINK
ORIENTATION
1
2
3
•
•
•
1 2 3
• • •
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INTELLIGENT READER MODULE STATUS LEDs
DATABASE LED
LED 1
Flash
EXPLANATION / REMEDY
Directory problem.
May flash for around 1 minute when first connected or if Control Module memory is defaulted.
If LED 1 continues to flash for longer than 90 seconds:
-Check the FAULT LEDs for LAN Comms problems.
-Check that Control Module Memory configuration chosen for this installation has Intelligent Reader
Modules available.
See “Memory Configurations” in the Programming Applications & Reference Manual.
If flashing continues, default the Intelligent Reader Module (see “DIPswitch S1” details on page 8) and
allow database to update again. (Note that this may take up to 14 minutes for a 512k Memory
configuration.)
ON
FAULT LEDS
LED 2
LED 3
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Flash
ON
Flash
Flash
ON
OFF
Updating Database. Access disabled. Only relevant when Module or Door programming changes
made. (Not relevant for other database changes such as Users, TimeZones, Lists, etc.)
EXPLANATION / REMEDY
Module is Offline.
Module type unknown. Firmware upgrade required to Control Module.
Duplicate Module. This module number is already in use by a module of the same type.
Module number selected is too big for Control Module RAM size. Select a lower Module number.
Too many modules on Network for Control Module RAM size.
LOCK OPEN TIME MODE SETTINGS
Note: Only available in Intelligent 4 Door Access Module firmware V1.08 or later.
The “Lock Open Time” defined in Door programming is normally specified in Seconds.
e.g. A Lock Open Time of “5”, will activate the Lock Auxiliary for 5 Seconds.
In some installations, the Lock Open Time needs to be shorter than 1 second.
e.g. When providing a short pulse output to trigger a special access device such as a turnstile system.
An option is available to allow an Intelligent 4 Door Access Module to process the “Lock Open Time” as 100 milli-Second
increments instead of 1 Second increments.
e.g. -A Lock Open Time of “5”, will then activate the Lock Auxiliary for 500 milli-Seconds. ( 5 x 100mS)
-A Lock Open Time of “50”, will then activate the Lock Auxiliary for 5 Seconds. ( 50 x 100mS)
This is done by setting Switch 8 on DIPswitch 2 to the ON position.
When set, the Lock Open Time will then be processed as 100 milli-Second increments for all 4 Doors on that particular Module.
(See page 8 for location of the DIPswitch)
Only Modules with the DIPswitch set to ON will process the Lock Open Time in this way. Any other Modules with the
DIPswitch left in the OFF position, will process the Lock Open Time in the normal manner as 1 second increments.
AC FAIL DELAY TIME SETTINGS
Note: Only available in Intelligent 4 Door Access Module firmware V2.10 or later.
Requires Power-Up Reset after changing the DIP switch settings
DIP Switch 1; Sw 2. OFF = AC Fail Delay 20 Seconds.
ON = AC Fail Delay 255 Seconds.
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Intelligent Reader Input / Output Table
Input Output
ID ("nn" = M odule numbe r)
General Purpose Zone 1
General Purpose Zone 2
General Purpose Zone 3
Inn : Z01
Inn : Z02
Inn : Z03
General Purpose Zone 4
Inn : Z04
General Purpose Zone 5
Inn : Z05
General Purpose Zone 6
Inn : Z06
General Purpose Zone 7
Inn : Z07
General Purpose Zone 8
Inn : Z08
Door #1 Reed Zone Input
Inn : Z09
Door #2 Reed Zone Input
Inn : Z10
Door #3 Reed Zone Input
Inn : Z11
Door #4 Reed Zone Input
Inn : Z12
Door #1 Tongue Sense Zone Input
Inn : Z13
Door #2 Tongue Sense Zone Input
Inn : Z14
Door #3 Tongue Sense Zone Input
Inn : Z15
Door #4 Tongue Sense Zone Input
Inn : Z16
Door #1 Lock Tamper System Input
Inn : S01
Door #2 Lock Tamper System Input
Inn : S02
Door #3 Lock Tamper System Input
Inn : S03
Door #4 Lock Tamper System Input
Inn : S04
Door #1 Forced System Input
Inn : S05
Door #2 Forced System Input
Inn : S06
Door #3 Forced System Input
Door #4 Forced System Input
Inn : S07
Inn : S08
Door #1 Door Open Too Long (DOTL) System Input
Inn : S09
Door #2 Door Open Too Long (DOTL) System Input
Inn : S10
Door #3 Door Open Too Long (DOTL) System Input
Inn : S11
Door #4 Door Open Too Long (DOTL) System Input
Inn : S12
Door #1 Invalid Card System Input (In or Out)
Door #2 Invalid Card System Input (In or Out)
Door #3 Invalid Card System Input (In or Out)
Inn : S13
Inn : S14
Inn : S15
Door #4 Invalid Card System Input (In or Out)
Inn : S16
Cabinet tamper
Inn : S17
General Lock Fault
Battery Test Fail
AC Fail
Low battery
LAN Fuse
Detector Fuse
LAN Comms Status
Inn : S18
Inn : S19
Inn : S20
Inn : S21
Inn : S22
Inn : S23
Inn : S24
Door #1 Lock Relay
Door #2 Lock Relay
Door #3 Lock Relay
Door #4 Lock Relay
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
General Purpose Auxiliaries 9 to 16.
Inn : X01
Inn : X02
Inn : X03
Inn : X04
Inn : X05
Inn : X06
Inn : X07
Inn : X08
Inn : X09 to X16
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LAN CONNECTIONS. Refer to diagram opposite.
- “A” & “B” signal connections are wired in parallel across the system using twisted pair cable.
See “Cable Types” details. The “NEG” connection (0V reference) must also be wired to every module.
- An optional + 12 V connection (LAN +ve) may be used to provide power to modules that do not have their own on-board
power supply. e.g. LCD Terminals or the “Isolated LAN” connection on the Intelligent Reader Module.
- The Intelligent 4 Door Access Module connects into the LAN System via the “Isolated LAN” connection, X1. This is to
ensure that any LAN faults will not effect any LCD Terminals that have been connected to the Local LAN connection for the
The Power for the Isolated LAN (POS & NEG) should be derived from the Control
purposes of Card+PIN operation.
Module or an Expander Module connected to this section of the LAN, or an external power supply.
- Any LCD Terminals to be used for Card+PIN / Card or PIN operation in conjunction with Readers on an Intelligent 4 Door
Access Module must be Univeral Elite LCD Terminals, must be connected to the Local LAN connection, X2, and must have
No other Modules should be connected to this LAN Port.
special firmware fitted to allow Off-line operation.
- Avoid installing the LAN cable with mains power cables & any other cables likely to cause interference wherever possible.
- No module is to be more than 1.5km (1500 metres) cable length from the Control Module OR Intelligent 4 Door Access
Module Local LAN Port OR from a LAN Isolator “LAN 2” or “LAN 3” Port. (LAN Isolator/s can be used to extend the
maximum cabling distance)
- TOTAL LAN CABLING in any one section of the LAN should not exceed 2000 metres, and/or 64 Modules.
- The LAN MUST be Terminated for optimum performance, by ensuring that the Termination Resistor (470 Ohm*) is “IN” on
the first and last modules in the LAN network. Terminated modules are indicated with a “T” on the illustrations.
(Termination is put “IN” with a jumper link or a DIPswitch, depending on the module type)
- MULTIPLE CABLE RUNS. In systems where there are multiple cabling runs going out from the Control Module or LAN
Isolator (i.e. “star” configuration), Termination is fitted on the modules at the end of the two longest runs.
CABLE TYPES
- TWISTED PAIR Cable MUST be used to connect the LAN.
Two pair Telephone or LAN cable is suitable as it provides all 4 conductors required. One twisted pair for “A” & “B”, and
the other for “POS” & “NEG”. Unshielded cable is quite acceptable, however, in situations where electrical storms or high
levels of electrical interference are a problem, shielded 2 pair cable may be used. Examples of suitable 2 pair cables:
Unshielded. Figure 1.
Shielded (All Multistrand) Figure 2.
Olex TJC590AA002
Olex JEIP87AA002
Belden 8723 *
† 3 Pair.
Tycab TIC6105 †
Tycab DPF4702
Tycab DQQ47025 *
‡ Multistrand (7/0.2).
MM MegaTwistpatch ‡
MM B2002CS
Garland MCP-2S
* Indivually screened pairs.
Category 5.
Electra EAS7202P / 7302P
Electra EAS16202P
- If SHIELDED CABLE is used, DO NOT use the shield as a negative connection & do not allow the shield to make contact
with Negative, Ground, or any other wiring or metalwork within the system. Shields should only be terminated to a
Protective Earth at ONE END of the cable.
- LAN POWER CABLING. Separate heavy duty Figure 8 cable ( 24 / 0.20 recommended) should also be run for “POS” &
“NEG” over longer distances if used for powering modules. e.g. LCD Terminals.
LAN “POS” current required:
60mA (e.g. 1 LCD Terminal)
120mA (e.g. 2 LCD Terminals)
250mA (e.g. 4 LCD Terminals)
500mA (e.g. 8 LCD Terminals)
Max. Cabling Length for LAN +ve (POS) & GND (NEG)
Twisted pair
Fig 8. 14 / 0.20
Fig 8. 24 / 0.20
200 metres
400m
640m
100 metres
200m
320m
50 metres
100m
160m
25 metres
50m
76m
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B
A
NEG
POS
CONTROL
MODULE
13
X1
POS
NEG
A
B
X2
POS
NEG
A
B
LAN B
LAN A
GND
+VE
X01
X02
X03/Z01
X04/Z02
LAN B
LAN A
GND
+VE
X01
X02
X03/Z01
X04/Z02
UNIVERSAL ELITE LCD TERMINALS
(UP TO 8)
Important Notes:
1) Special firmware must be fitted to Terminals to
enable off-line operation of Card+PIN function.
2) Only LCD Terminals directly associated with the
Intelligent 4 Door Access Module should be
connected to the Local LAN. Other Module types
must not be connected.
3) Never connect any wiring between the Isolated
LAN and Local LAN.
INTELLIGENT
4 DOOR
ACCESS
MODULE
ISOLATED
SYSTEM LAN
CONNECTION
LOCAL LAN
CONNECTION
Intelligent 4 Door Access Module.
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Installation Manual.
SYSTEM EARTHING
- The System Ground is connected to Mains Earth via the Power cord at the Control Module.
- The Intelligent 4 Door Access Module also has local Ground connected to Mains Earth via it’s Power cord, however, the
System LAN connection (X1 “ISO LAN”) is isolated to eliminate Earth loops. Ensure that there are no other 0V or
Ground connections between the Control Module and Intelligent 4 Door Access Modules.
LAN VOLTAGE TESTING
LAN problems can often be quickly diagnosed by using a Multimeter on the DC Volts range as detailed in the table below.
1. These Voltage checks should be done with no (or minimal) communications traffic on the LAN. To ensure this:
a) Check that poll times for all addressed modules in the system are set to the default 60 / 120 seconds or greater.
b) Disconnect LAN A and LAN B from any unaddressed modules on the LAN, as these modules will be constantly
attempting to send messages to the Control Module.
c) Ensure that Terminals, Readers, etc. are not being used while performing tests.
Before proceeding with Voltage tests, check the “RX” LED on the Control Module to confirm that there is minimal LAN
activity.
2. To determine if a problem exists on the module under test, or elsewhere on the LAN, these voltage tests can be performed:
a) With the module connected to the LAN.
b) On the cable connections with the module disconnected from the LAN.
Te s t Point
+ PROBE
LAN +ve
LAN B
Te s t Point
- PROBE
LAN - ve
or
GND
LAN A
EXPECTED
RESULT
PROBLEM /
REM EDY
11V to 14V DC
0V. Open circuit LAN +ve connection, or short cct between
LAN +ve and LAN - ve.
<11V. Too many modules powered from the LAN power
supply source.
Length (or guage) of LAN cabling causing excessive Voltage
drop on the cable.
200 to 600mV DC
<200mV. Short cct between LAN A & B.
More than 2 modules terminated in this section of LAN.
>600mV. LAN A &/or LAN B Open circuit.
Less than 2 modules terminated in this section of LAN
<0V (Ne gative re ading). LAN A & LAN B connections
reversed.
LAN A
LAN - ve
or
GND
200mV to 2.5V DC
<200mV / >2.5V DC. System may have more than one
module connected to an earth point, causing earth loop/s.
Ensure that no more than one module in the system is connected
to earth. Remember that a module may be connected to earth
via a peripheral device or it's cabling. e.g. PC, Printer, External
power supply, Detector, Output device, etc.
If installation methods &/or system configuration makes multiple
earth points unavoidable, install LAN Isolator/s at suitable points
in the LAN system to isolate the earthed section/s
LAN B
LAN - ve or GND
200mV to 2.5V DC
As above.
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Intelligent 4 Door Access Module Hardware configuration Table.
[Menu, 7, 6] [Menu, 7, 6]
[Menu, 7, 2, 8]
OUT READER
IN LCD
connected to:
Terminal
(Terminal for PINs)
[Menu, 7, 2, 4]
[Menu, 7, 2, 1]
D __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
DOOR
NUMBER
DOOR NAME
(Up to 16 characters)
IN READER
connected to:
Reader No: ____
D __ __ __
I __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
Reader No: ____
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
Reader No: ____
T __ __ __
Reader No: ____
D __ __ __
T __ __ __
Reader No: ____
Reader No: ____
D __ __ __
I __ __ __
Reader No: ____
Reader No: ____
D __ __ __
T __ __ __
Reader No: ____
Reader No: ____
D __ __ __
I __ __ __
Reader No: ____
Reader No: ____
D __ __ __
T __ __ __
Reader No: ____
Reader No: ____
D __ __ __
I __ __ __
Reader No: ____
Reader No: ____
D __ __ __
T __ __ __
Reader No: ____
Reader No: ____
D __ __ __
I __ __ __
Reader No: ____
Reader No: ____
D __ __ __
T __ __ __
Reader No: ____
Reader No: ____
D __ __ __
I __ __ __
Reader No: ____
Reader No: ____
D __ __ __
T __ __ __
Reader No: ____
Reader No: ____
D __ __ __
I __ __ __
OUT LCD
Terminal
(Terminal for PINs)
[Menu, 7, 2, 1]
I __ __ __
T __ __ __
Reader No: ____
T __ __ __
I __ __ __
Reader No: ____
T __ __ __
Intelligent 4 Door Access Module.
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Installation Manual.
Electrical Specifications
Power Supply Input:
Transformer Input Voltage:
Transformer Output Voltage:
Current Consumption:
Fuse Protection:
240V AC -10% / +10%. 50 Hertz.
16.5V AC. 50 Hertz.
Maximum 500 milliAmps from 240V AC Source.
Separate AC mains input fuse. 1 Amp Slow blow. M205 (20mm).
PCB AC Input Voltage:
Battery Capacity:
Battery Input Fuse:
16 to 18V AC. 50 Hertz.
12V 6.5 AH. Sealed Lead Acid Battery.
5 Amperes.
Power Supply Ouput:
13.8 V DC. 3 Amps total.
Detector Supply Output:
13.8 V DC. 1 Amp.
Reader Head Supply O/P: 5V or 13.8V DC. 300mA maximum per Reader.
Current Consumption:
NOTE:
250mA standby.
450mA max. with lock relays & LED outputs all active.
(NOT including current drawn by peripheral devices. e.g. Readers, Locks, Detectors, etc.)
Allow 50 to 120mA for small Prox Reader (~10cm range)
Allow 120 to 180mA for standard Prox Reader (~15cm range)
These values are general approximations.
See information supplied with Reader for actual current consumption.
Battery.
Maximum capacity:
Deep discharge cutoff:
Low Battery indication:
17 Amp/Hour.
10 Volts.
11 Volts.
Lock Relay.
Contact rating:
30 V DC. 1 Amp maximum.
Fuse Protection.
Battery Input:
Lock Power:
Reader Power:
LAN Power:
Detector Power
5A. M205 (20mm)
1A. M205 (20mm)
0.5A. M205 (20mm)
2A. M205 (20mm)
2A. M205 (20mm)
Note: Total combined ancillary current required by all devices connected to the Intelligent Reader Module must not exceed 2 A.
ALWAYS REPLACE FUSES WITH SAME FUSE VALUE!
Physical Specifications
Cabinet size:
Cabinet Weight:
700mm High x 358mm Wide x 83mm Deep
12 Kg (Includes battery and lid)
Operating Environment:
0º to 50º Celsius and 15% to 80% Relative humidity (non-condensing)
Disclaimer:
1. The manufacturer &/or it’s agents take no responsibility for any damage, financial loss or injury caused to
any equipment, property or persons resulting from the correct or incorrect use of the system or it’s peripherals. The purchaser
assumes all responsibility in the use of the system and it’s peripherals.
2. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this manual, the manufacturer assumes no responsibility or liability
for any errors or omissions. Due to ongoing development, this manual is subject to change without notice.
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