Programming Instructions Entry Controller EC 602-01

Programming Instructions Entry Controller EC 602-01
Programming Instructions
Entry Controller
EC 602-01
Contents
General remarks
3
Key card
25
Input units
4
• Card input
25
Programming/Operator interface
5
• Relay selection
26
• Gateway selection
26
Circuit diagram relating to
the programming examples
6
• Time control
27
• Subsequent read-in
28
Key button
29
11
• Relay selection
29
12
• Gateway selection
30
Inputs
14
• Time control
30
Code request
14
Time
32
Deletion
34
Information
36
Reset
39
Programming example
with 1 COM 611-...
7
Programming example
with 1 ELM 611-...
9
Programmable menu points
Programming overview
System
15
• Language
15
• Relay function
16
• Gateway function
18
• Changing the code
20
• Disable time
20
Code
22
• Code input
22
• Relay selection
23
• Gateway selection
24
• Time control
24
2
General Remarks
Application
The Entry controller EC 602-... is
used as an evaluating unit for a
maximum of 8 code lock modules
COM 611-... and/or max. 8
Electronic-Key-reading modules
ELM 611-... and/or a
maximum of 8 display modules
DIM 611-.... The EC 602-... comprises 2 relays (switching outputs),
the extension unit ECE 602-... offers
a further 6 relays, making available a
max. of 8 relays.
Programming
The EC 602-... / ECE 602-... is
programmed at the keypad directly
at the EC 602-.... .
It is possible to program codes even
if there are no COM 611-... units
connected.
EKC/EK 601-... can only be
programmed if ELM 611-... units are
connected.
Code
The programming menu of the
EC 602-... can be protected against
unauthorized access by means of a
code. No default code is entered in
the unit.
Display
Continuous display
Display after switching on the
EC 602-...:
After appr. 7 secs.
SSS Siedle
EC 602-0
Continuous display
Remark:
The system is only operational if
a continuous display is visible.
Note
If no input is made for longer than
10 minutes in a programming menu,
the EC 602-... automatically switches
back to the continuous display.
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Input Units
Address setting
COM 611-...
ELM 611-...
DIM 611-...
All COM 611-..., ELM 611-... and
DIM 611-... units connected to the
EC 602-.../ECE 602-... must be given
an address between 1 and 8.
Under the lid at the back next to the
outlet for the ribbon cable, is the
respective BCD switch for address
setting. COM 611-... and/or
ELM 611-... and/or DIM 611-... units
combined in a door station are each
given the same address. The default
address 1 is always set as standard
at all COM 611-..., ELM 611-... and
DIM 611-... units. Addresses 0 and 9
and double address allocations (at
different door stations) lead to a
system malfunction.
LED displays at the ELM 611-...
Red LED flashing:
For 3 seconds if an unauthorized
EKC 601-... or EK 601-... is presented.
Green LED flashing, red
LED alight:
For 1 second as confirmation when
reading in EKC 601-... or EK 601-....
Green LED flashing:
For 3 seconds as confirmation of
executed switching function.
Green LED alight:
Continuously when unit is operational.
Red and green LED
flashing alternately:
For 10 seconds when switching on the
unit.
Red and green LED
both alight:
In the programming mode when reading in
EKC 601-... / EK 601-....
Red LED flashing, green
LED alight:
When all 999 EKC/EK 601-...
have been read in.
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Programming / Operator Interface
Explanation of Symbols and Button Functions
Access to the keypad and the
display
The lid of the housing can be
opened by pulling at the upper
edge. The display is located under
the housing lid. The keypad is
located on the inside of the housing
lid.
Button functions
OK
ESC
Scroll buttons
For scrolling forward and back between
and in the programming menus, and for
selecting functions and digits.
Cursor buttons
Used for scrolling to the next function or
digit input.
Programming
button
Used to enter the programming level
and to confirm (save) your inputs.
Cancel button
Used to quit the individual programming
menus and to terminate the
programming session.
The scrolling and cursor buttons are
fitted with a repeat function.
If the buttons are held down, the
digits automatically count upwards
or the cursor changes continuously
between the individual positions.
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Circuit Diagram relating to the
Programming Examples
E1
W1
W0
W2
W3
W4
W5
E1
E0
E2
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Gerätebedarf
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3
5
6
8
9
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L1
230 V AC
2
7
230 V AC
1
Eingang 1
Eingang 2
Da
Db
N
L1
F
Relais 2
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Db
4
Relais 1
C
COM 611-.../
DIM 611-.../
ELM 611-...
Siedle Vario
TR 602-...
NG/TR 602-...
EC 602-0
Variobus
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Programming Example
with 1 COM 611- ...
System with EC 602-... and
1 COM 611-... to actuate e.g. 1
door release via relay 1. The door
release is to remain switched on
for 3 seconds.
Switching contact at relay 1:
Terminals W0 and W2 (n.o.
contacts)
Continuous display
SSS Siedle
EC 602-0
Use the programming button to
access the main menu.
Press the programming button
OK
SYSTEM
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
Press the scroll button
Use the scroll button to access the
Code menu.
Display
CODE
OK = Prog
Using the programming button
access the programming point
„Enter code“.
Press the programming button
OK
Enter code
OK = Prog
Use the programming button to
access the programming level.
= Next
Display
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
OK = Save
Code 01 _
= New
Display
Now enter the 1-8 digit code
number, for example 132.
Use the scroll button to select the
number „1“ in our example. Each
time the button is pressed, the
number is indexed upwards.
Press the scroll button several times
until you reach the number „1“.
OK = Save
Code 01 1
= New
Use the cursor button to scroll to the
next position.
Display
Press the cursor button
OK = save
Code 01 1
= New
Display
7
For the remaining positions of the
code number, repeat the last two
steps.
OK = save
Code 01 132_
Once you have entered all the
numbers, press the programming
button to save your entry.
OK
= New
Press the programming button
Relay
Code 01
Display
12
_
Press the scroll button
Use the scroll button to assign code
01 to relay 1.
Relay
Code 01
Using the programming button, save
your entry.
Display
12
L
Press the programming button
OK
Disable with Inp.1
Code 01
Using the cancel button, return to
the Code menu.
Display
NO
Press the cancel button
ESC
Display
CODE
OK = Prog
Using the cancel button, quit the
programming level.
8
= Next
Press the cancel button
ESC
SSS Siedle
EC 602-0
The programming sequence is
now completed.
Display
Continuous display
Programming Example
with 1 ELM 611- ...
System with EC 602-... and
1 ELM 611-... to actuate for example
1 door release via relay 1. The door
release is to stay switched on for 3
secs.
Switching contact of relay 1:
Terminals W0 and W2 (n.o.
contacts)
• Please number through the
EKC 601-... and/or EK 601-... you
wish to read in starting with no.
001.
Continuous display
SSS Siedle
EC 602-0
Use the programming button to
access the main menu.
Press the programming button
OK
SYSTEM
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
Press the scroll button twice
Press the scroll button to enter the
Key card menu.
Key card
OK = Prog
Use the programming button to
access the programming point
„Card input“.
Press the programming button
Display
ESC = Cancel
Press the programming button
OK
OK = Save
Card 001
Holding the EKC/EK 601-... you
wish to read in, approach the
reading module EML 611-... .
Hold the EKC/EK 601-... with the
number 001 in front of the
ELM 611-... .
Once the card has been read in, the
green LED flashes for one second as
a confirmation.
Read in further EKC/EK 601-... in
ascending numerical sequence in the
same way.
After reading in the 999th EKC/
EK 601-..., the red LED flashes while
the green LED is continuously alight.
= Next
OK
Card input
OK = Prog
Use the programming button to
enter the programming level.
Display
= New
NEW
Display
It is not possible to read in any
further EKC/EK 601-... .
If, for example, you have read in 10
EKC/EK 601-.. you will see the
following display at the EC 602-...
(illustrated on page 10):
9
OK = Save
Card 011
Using the programming button,
confirm read-in of the EKC/
EK 601-... .
= New
NEW
Press the programming button
OK
Relay
Card001
Display
12
_
Press the scroll button
Using the scroll button, assign the
card 001 to relay 1.
Relay
Card001
Use the programming button to
store your input.
Press the programming button
OK
10
Display
12
_
Press the cancel button
ESC
Display
= Next
Press the cancel button
ESC
SSS Siedle
EC 602-0
The programming sequence is
now completed.
NO
Press the programming button
Key card
OK = Prog
Use the cancel button to quit the
programming level.
Display
OK
Relay
Card002
For additional EKC/EK 601-... ,
repeat the previously described
steps.
Once all the EKC/EK 601-... have
been programmed, switch back to
the Key Card menu using the cancel
button.
Display
12
L
Disable with input 1
Card 001
Using the programming button,
index to the next number.
Display
Continuous display
Programmable Menu Points
Programmable
Menu points
Programming
possibilities
Default
setting
System
Language
Relay function
Gateway funct.
Changing the code
Disable time
German, English
L (local), G (global)
4 gateways A,B,C,D
1-8-digit code
1-59 minutes
German
L
––
––
––
Code
Code input
Relay selection
Gateway selection*
Time control
max. 99 1-8-digit codes
Assignment of codes to COM 611-...
A, B, C, D
No/Yes
––
––
––
No
max. 999 EKC/EK 601-...
Assignment of EKC/EK 601-...
to the ELM 611-...
A, B, C, D
No/Yes
––
––
Key card
Card input
Relay selection
Gateway selection*
Time control
––
No
Key button
Internal
(Release button at the COM/DIM 611-...)
Relay selection
Assign release buttons of
COM 611-..., DIM 611-...
Gateway selection*
A, B, C, D
Time control
No/Yes
External (external release buttons)
Relay selection
Assignment of external release buttons
Gateway selection*
A, B, C, D
Time control
No/Yes
––
––
No
Time
Release time (relays)
Pause time (gateways)*
1 sec. - 59 min 59 sec.
1 sec. - 59 min 59 sec.
EC 602-..: 3 sec / ECE 602-..: 3 sec
––
Deletion
Delete code word**
Delete code**
Delete card**
Delete gateway**
OK (Yes), ESC (No)
OK (Yes), ESC (No)
OK (Yes), ESC (No)
OK (Yes), ESC (No)
––
––
––
––
Information
Display code
Display card
OK (Yes), ESC (quit)
OK (Yes), ESC (quit)
––
Points marked with* only appear if
the relevant conditions have been
programmed in the System menu.
Points marked with **
only appear if the relevant functions
have been programmed.
––
––
No
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Programming
Overview
SSS Siedle
EC 602-0
Code input
necessary?
wrong
CODE REQUEST
yes
Code..._
Enter code
with
and
and confirm with
OK .
right
No
ESC
ESC
SYSTEM
ESC
CODE
KEY CARD
(only accessed if ELM 611- ...
is connected)
OK
ESC
Language
ESC
Code input
Relay function
ESC
OK
or
12
OK
ESC
or
Gateway selection*
Gateway AB
ESC
Disable time
Gateway selection*
Gateway AB
OK
OK
or
Changing the
code
Relay selection
Relay 12
OK
OK
ESC
ESC
or
or
ESC
or
Relay selection
Relay 12
OK
Gateway function
Card input
OK
or
or
ESC
ESC
OK
OK
or
ESC
OK
OK
ESC
Time control
Disable with ...
or
ESC
Time control
Disable with ...
Programming points marked with *
only appear if the relevant
conditions have been programmed
in the System menu.
Programming points marked with **
only appear if the relevant functions
have been entered.
ESC
ESC
KEY BUTTON
ESC
TIME
OK
ESC
Relay selection
Relay 12
OK
ESC
Relay
OK
ESC
ESC
Delete
code**
ESC
Gateway*
ESC
Display code
OK
or
Delete code**
OK
Time control
Disable with...
ESC
or
ESC
Display card
OK
or
ESC
OK
OK
or
Gateway selection*
Gateway AB
INFORMATION
OK
OK
or
ESC
DELETE
or
ESC
Delete card**
OK
or
ESC
Delete
Gateway**
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Inputs
Code Request
Inputs
The Easikey Controller EC 602-...
comprises 2 inputs, E1 and E2, for
external release or disabling of
switching functions.
Note
No external voltage may be applied
at inputs E1 and E2. They are
connected by means of floating
contacts between E0/E1 / E0/E2.
Input 1:
Control input for disabling codes,
EKC/EK 601-..., internal key buttons
(in COM 611-... and
DIM 611-...) and external key
buttons (door release buttons).
Input 1 can be connected, for
example, via a timer.
The disable function can be
programmed selectively for each of
the above-mentioned input
possibilities. Input 1 is also effective
for the key buttons in case of a
general release of internal and
external key buttons via input 2.
Code request
The code request is accessed by
pressing the programming button.
Continuous display
SSS Siedle
EC 602-0
Press the programming button
OK
If no code has been assigned or the
code has been deleted, the main
System menu appears.
SYSTEM
OK = Prog
Input 2:
Control input for general release of
key buttons in COM 611-... and
DIM 611-... as well as external key
buttons (door release buttons).
The key buttons are only functional if
input 2 is connected.
= Next
CODE REQUEST
Code
-
Display if no code has been
programmed.
or display if a code word has been
programmed.
Select the 1st digit of the code, if
necessary by pressing the scroll
button several times.
Continue to press the scroll button
until the 1st digit of the code is
displayed.
In the case of a multi-digit code,
scroll to the next position with the
cursor button.
Press the cursor button
Repeat the last two steps as often as
necessary until the code has been
completely entered.
Using the programming button,
confirm the code.
OK
If the code has been correctly
entered, the following display
appears.
SYSTEM
OK = Prog
Press the programming button
Display
= Next
Using the scroll buttons, it is possible
to access the other menus. If the
code is incorrectly entered, the
continuous display appears again and
the code request must be repeated.
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System:
Language
Explanation of terms
The System menu contains the
following programming points:
• Language
• Relay function
• Gateway function
• Changing the code
• Disable time
Programming example
Pressing the programming button
causes the programming point
Language to appear.
Language programming point:
Operator prompting is set as
standard in the German language.
For German programmers, the
programming point „Language“ can
therefore be bypassed if you wish
operator prompting to be German.
SYSTEM
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
Language
OK = Prog
Operator prompting can optionally
be set for English.
Display
= Next
The scroll buttons can be used if
required for accessing the other
programming points individually.
Language
Use the programming button to
access the language programming
level.
Language
OK = Prog
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
OK = save
German
Use the scroll button
to select
German or English. For this example,
please select German.
Using the programming button,
confirm that programming is to be
performed in German.
Display
= New
Press the programming button
OK
Relay function
OK = Prog
Display
Display
= Next
button scrolls forward
button scrolls back
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System:
Relay function
Relay function
This programming point determines
the function of the relays
(local/global function).
The function defined here is
automatically taken over into the
next menu. For this reason, a change
of function also leads to a change in
the next menus when assigning
individual codes, EKC/EK 601-... and
key buttons.
L Local
L (locally) programmed relays can
only be triggered via assigned
COM/ ELM/DIM 611-... :
- Relay 1 from COM/ELM/
DIM 611-... with address 1,
- Relay 2 from COM/ELM/
DIM 611-... with address 2, etc.
Example:
• Relay 2 is locally programmed (L)
• In the Code menu, code 0 is
assigned to relay 2
When entering ...
... Code 01 at COM 611-... with address 2, relay 2 switches.
... Code 01 at COM 611-... with address 1, relay 2 does not switch.
G Global
G (globally) programmed relays can
be triggered by all COM/ELM/
DIM 611-... units, provided valid
codes / EKC/ EK 601-... are entered,
or the key button function is
assigned.
Example:
• Relay 1 is globally (G) programmed,
relay 2 locally (L),
• In the Code menu, code 01 is
assigned to relay 1, code 02 to relay
2, code 03 to relays 1 and 2.
When entering ...
... Code 01 at COM 611-... with address 1, relay 1 switches,
... Code 01 at COM 611-... with address 2, relay 1 switches,
... Code 02 at COM 611-... with address 1, no relay switches,
... Code 02 at COM 611-... with address 2, relay 2 switches,
... Code 03 at COM 611-... with address 1, relay 1 switches,
... Code 03 at COM 611-... with address 2, relays 1 and 2 switch.
This means that relay 1 can be
actuated by all COM/ELM/
DIM 611-... units, while relay 2 can
only be actuated by COM/ELM/
DIM 611-... with address 2.
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Sole operation of EC 602-...
without ECE 602-...:
In the case of local (L) programming
of the relays, a maximum of 2
input units can be connected
(COM/ELM/DIM 611-...).
However, if at least one of the relays
is globally programmed (G) up to
8 input units can be connected.
On/Off function:
With EC/ECE 602-... it is also possible to implement an on/off
function. For this, the relevant relay
must be globally (G) programmed,
the release time must be
programmed at 00 min.00 sec. in
the Time menu. When actuated
once by Code input, with an EKC/EK
601-... or key button, the
relevant relay picks up and when
actuated twice it releases again.
Programming example
Use the programming button to
access the programming level for the
relay function.
Use the scroll button to change a
local (L) default setting to a global
(G) setting if required, for example
relay 1:
If you wish to change other relays
from L to G, change the cursor
position using the cursor button
and repeat the last step if in each
case.
Using the programming button,
confirm the inputs.
Relay function
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
Relay
Output
12
LL
Display without ECE 602-...
Relay
Output
12345678
L LLL L L L L
Display with ECE 602-...
Press the scroll button
Relay
Output
12
GL
Display without ECE 602-...
Relay
Output
12345678
GLLL L L L L
Display with ECE 602-...
Press the programming button
OK
Gateway function
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
button scrolls forward
button scrolls back
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System:
Gateway Function
Gateway function:
It is possible to implement a
maximum of 2 gateways (A, B) with
the EC 602-... , and 4 gateways (A,
B, C, D) with the ECE 602-... .
A gateway permits the automatic
switching sequence of 2 relays.
The switching sequence can be
defined at will. The relay placed first
in the switching sequence (Out 1)
always switches first. After a freely
defined delay, the relay placed
second (Out 2) then switches.
1st pos.
2nd pos.
Initiation of the gateway
Local L
Global G
or
Local L
from COM/ELM/DIM 611-... using the address
agreeing with the 1st pos. of the sequence
Global G
Local L
from COM/ELM/DIM 611-... using the address
agreeing with the 2nd pos. of the sequence
Global G
Global G
Optionally from all the COM/ELM/DIM 611-...
if valid codes or EKC/EK 601-... are entered
or if the key button function is assigned
accordingly
Programming example
Use the programming button to
enter the gateway function
programming level.
Gateway function
OK = Prog
• The gateway function is
programmed irrespectively of the
relay function.
Display
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
Funct.
Gateway A
Gateways can be initiated
irrespective of local/global
programming of the involved relays
from different positions.
Out 1/Out 2
_/
Display
Press the scroll button
By pressing the scroll button, select
the 1st relay of the gateway, e.g. 1.
Funct.
Gateway A
Out 1/Out 2
1/
Display
Use the cursor button to scroll to the
2nd position.
Press the cursor button
By pressing the scroll button, select
the 2nd relay of the gateway, e.g. 2.
Press the scroll button
Funct.
Gateway A
Using the programming button,
confirm gateway A.
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OK
Out 1/Out 2
1/2
Display
Press the programming button
Out 1/Out 2
_/
Display
Changing the code
OK = Prog
= Next
Display
Funct.
Gateway B
To define additional gateways,
repeat the previous steps.
If all the possibilities for gateway
formation have been utilized, after
confirming with the programming
button, the following display
appears:
button scrolls forward
button scrolls back
If not all possibilities for gateway
formation have been utilized, after
confirming with the programming
button, use the cancel button to quit
the programming point.
SYSTEM
OK = Prog
In order to access the programming
points Code or Disable time, press
the programming button.
Press the cancel button
ESC
Display
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
Language
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
button scrolls forward
button scrolls back
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System:
Changing the Code
Disable Time
Changing the code
If required, this programming point
can be used to define a code with 1
- 8 digits.
Use the programming button to
access the code programming level.
Changing the code
OK = Prog
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
OK = Save
Code
_
Display
= New
Display
Select the first digit of the code by
pressing the scroll button as often as
required.
Continue to press the scroll button
until the 1st digit of the code is
displayed.
In the case of a code with several
digits, move the cursor position by
pressing the cursor button.
Press the cursor button
Repeat the last two steps as often as
required until the code has been
completely entered.
Use the programming button to
confirm the code word or index on
to the next programming point.
Press the programming button
OK
Disable time
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
button scrolls forward
button scrolls back
Disable time
In this programming point, it is
possible to program an input disable
function from 1 - 59 minutes. This
occurs after 10 failed code input
attempts at the COM 611-..., or
after presenting 10 invalid EKC/
EK 601-... to the ELM 611-... . All
further input attempts during the
disabled period are ignored.
Use the programming button to
enter the disable time programming
level.
Disable time
OK = Prog
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
OK = Save
Disable time
20
Display
= New
00m
Display
Enter the units for the disable time
by pressing the scroll button if
necessary several times.
Continue to press the scroll button
until the required units value has
been entered for the disable time.
To enter the tens, change the cursor
position using the cursor button.
Press the cursor button
Repeat the steps for the entering the
number as for the units.
Use the programming button to
confirm the entered disable time.
Press the programming button
OK
Language
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
button scrolls forward
button scrolls back
Use the cancel button to return to
the System menu point.
Press the cancel button
ESC
SYSTEM
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
button scrolls forward
button scrolls back
Programming can be terminated at
any time using the ESC button.
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Code:
Code Input
Code
The Code menu contains the
following programming points:
• Code input
• Relay selection*
• Gateway selection*
• Time control*
The programming points marked
with * are included in the
programming point „Code input“
and are automatically accessed
there. However, they can also be
manually accessed outside this
programming point using the scroll
buttons. The programming point
„Gateway selection“ only appears if
at least one gateway has been
defined in the System menu.
Double assignment of codes is not
possible.
If, for example, code 01 has been
programmed with code no. 111,
and you also wish to assign the
number 111 to code 09, after
confirmation using the programming
button, code 01 is automatically
displayed after confirming with the
programming button.
Codes can be optionally assigned to
relays and/or gateways.
Code input
Using this programming point, a
maximum of 99 F codes are defined.
These codes can have 1-8 digits.
Programming example
You wish to enter 2345 for the first
code.
Pressing the programming button
causes the programming point
„Code input“ to appear.
Display
CODE
OK = Prog
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
Code input
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
Using the scroll buttons, it is possible
to access the other programming
points individually.
Code input
OK = Prog
Use the programming button to
enter the programming level.
Display
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
OK = Save
Code 01 _
= New
Display
Now program the code no. This can
have between 1 and 8 digits, e.g.
2345.
Using the scroll key, select the
number „2“ as in our example.
Every time the button pressed, the
number indexes upwards by one.
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Press the scroll buttons several times
until you reach the number „2“.
Code:
Card Input
Relay Selection
OK = Save
Code 01
= New
2
Press the cursor button
Use the cursor buttons to scroll to
the next position.
= New
Display
OK = Save
= New
Code 01
2345
Display
OK = Save
Code 01
2_
For the remaining digits of the code
number, repeat the last two steps.
Once all the numbers have been
entered, press the programming
button to save your entries.
Relay selection
Starting from the display, it is
possible to assign code 01 to relay 1
using the scroll button. If you wish
to change code 01 or assign it to
other relays, move the cursor using.
Display
Press the programming button
OK
Relay
Code 01
12
_
Display without ECE 602-...
Relay
Code 01
12345678
_
Display with ECE 602-...
the cursor button to the relevant
position and assign the code 01 to
the required relay using the scroll
button.
If you do not wish to assign code 01
to any relay, please press the programming button OK
In our example, code 01 is assigned
to relay 1.
Use the programming button to save
your entry.
Press the scroll button
Relay
Code 01
12
L
Display without ECE 602-...
Relay
Code 01
12345678
L
Display with ECE 602-...
Press the programming button
OK
Disable with inp. 1
Code 01
NO
Display
If no gateway has been programmed
in the „Gateway funct.“
programming point.
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Code:
Gateway Selection, Time Control
or
Gateway selection
Starting from the display, it is
possible to assign code 01 to
gateway A using the scroll button. If
you wish to change code 01 or
assign it to other gateways, move
Gateway
Code 01
AB
_
Display without ECE 602-...
Gateway
Code 01
ABC
_
Display with ECE 602-...
if a gateway has been programmed
in the System menu under the
programming point „Gateway
funct.“.
the cursor to the relevant position
using the cursor button and assign
code 01 to the required gateway
using the scroll button.
If you do not wish to assign code 01
to a gateway, press the programming button OK .
Press the scroll button
In our example, code 01 is assigned
to gateway A.
Use the programming button to save
your entry.
Time control
This programming point is used to
define whether code 01 can be
disabled via input 1. Using the scroll
button
, it is possible to select
between NO and YES. Save your
selection with the programming
button OK .
Program further codes in the same
way. Once all the codes have been
programmed, quit the programming
level with the cancel button.
Gateway
Code 01
AB
X
Display without ECE 602-...
Gateway
Code 01
A B CD
X
Display with ECE 602-...
Press the programming button.
OK
Disable with inp. 1
Code 01
Display
NO
Press the programming button
OK
OK = Save
Code 02 _
= New
Press the cancel button
ESC
Display
CODE
OK = Prog
Programming can be terminated at
any time using the cancel button
ESC .
Display
= Next
button scrolls forward
button scrolls back
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Key Card:
Card input
Key card
The Key button menu is only
accessed if at least 1 ELM 611-... is
connected. The Key card menu
contains the following programming
points.:
• Card input
• Relay selection*
• Gateway selection*
• Time control*
The programming points marked
with * are included in the programming routine for the programming
point „Card input“ and are
automatically accessed there.
However, they can also be accessed
outside this programming point
manually using the scroll buttons.
The „Gateway selection“
programming point only appears if
at least one gateway has been
defined in the System menu. Key
cards (EKC/EK 601-...) can be
optionally assigned to relays and/or
gateways.
Card input
In this programming point, a
maximum of 999 EKC/EK 601-... are
read in.
If the system contains 2 or more
reading modules ELM 611-..., the
EKC/EK 601-... can only be read in
at the ELM 611-... with the
lowest address.
• Please number through the
EKC 601-... and/or EK 601-... you
wish to read in beginning with
no. 001.
Programming example:
Pressing the programming button
causes the programming point
„Card input“ to appear.
Key card
OK = Prog
Display
ESC = Can.
Press the programming button
= New
NEW
Once the EKC/EK 601-... has been
read in, the green LED flashes for
one second as conformation.
Read in other EKC/EK 601-... in
rising sequence of numbering using
the same method. After reading the
999th EKC/EK 601-..., the red
OK = Save
Card 011
Use the programming button to
confirm input of the EKC/EK 601-...
Press the programming button
OK
OK = Save
Card 001
Approach the reading module
ELM 611-... which has the lowest
address with the EKC/EK 601-... you
wish to read in. At this module, both
LEDs should be alight. Hold the
EKC/EK 601-... with the number 001
in front of the ELM 611-... .
= Next
OK
Card input
OK = Prog
Use the programming button to
enter the programming level.
Display
OK
= New
NEW
Display
LED flashes while the green LED
remains alight. No further EKC/
EK 601-... can now be read in.
If you have read in, e.g., 10 EKC/
EK 601-... you will see the following
display at the EC 602-...:
Display
Press the programming button
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Key Card:
Relay Selection, Gateway Selection
Relay selection
If you do not wish to assign card
001 to any relay, press the
programming button OK .
Starting from the display, it is
possible to assign card 001 to relay
one using the scroll buttons. If you
wish to change card 001 or assign it
to a different relay, move the cursor.
Relay
12
Card 001 _
Display without ECE 602-...
Relay
12 345678
Card 001 _
Display with ECE 602-...
using the cursor button to the
relevant position and assign card
001 to the required relay using the
scroll button.
Press the scroll button
In our example, relay 1 is assigned.
Use the programming button to save
your entry.
or
Gateway selection
Relay
12
Card 001 L
Display without ECE 602-...
Relay
12 345678
Card 001 L
Display with ECE 602-...
Press the programming button
OK
Disable with inp.1
Card 001
NO
Display
... if no gateway has been
programmed in the SYSTEM menu
under „Gateway funct.“.
Gateway
Card 001
AB
_
Display without ECE 602-...
Gateway
Card 001
AB CD
_
Display with ECE 602-...
... if a gateway has been
programmed in the SYSTEM menu
under „Gateway funct.“..
If you do not wish to assign card
001 to any gateway, please press
the programming button OK .
Starting from the display, it is
possible to assign card 001 to
gateway A using the scroll button.
If you wish to assign card 001 to
different or additional gateways,
move the cursor to the required
position and assign card 001 to the
required gateway using the scroll
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buttons.
In our example, it is assigned to
gateway A.
Key Card
Gateway Selection, Time Control
Press the scroll button
Assigning card 001 to gateway A
Use the programming button to save
your entry.
Time control
This programming point is used to
define whether card 001 can be
disabled via input 1. Using the scroll
button
, it is possible to select
between yes and no. Use the
programming button to save the
entered selection.
Gateway
Card 001
AB
X
Display without ECE 602-...
Gateway
Card 001
AB CD
X
Display with ECE 602-...
Press the programming button.
OK
Disable with inp. 1
Card 001
NO
Display
Press the programming button.
OK
Relay
12
Card 002 _
Display without ECE 602-...
Relay
12 345678
Card 002 _
Display with ECE 602-...
For additional cards (EKC/
EK 601-...) repeat the previous steps.
When all the EKC/EK 601-... have
been programmed, switch back into
the Key card menu using the cancel
button.
Press the cancel button
ESC
Key card
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
button scrolls forward
Programming can be terminated at
any time using the cancel button
ESC .
button scrolls back
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Key Card:
Subsequent Input of further EKC/EK 601-...
Subsequent input of further
EKC/EK 601-...
Programming example:
Key card
OK = Prog
Pressing the programming button
causes the programming point
„Card input“ to appear.
OK
Card input
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
Press the programming button
Display
= Next
Using the scroll buttons, it is possible
to access further programming
points.
Card input
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
OK = Save
Card XXX
= New
NEW
Display
In the display of the EC 602-... , the
first free position is automatically
indicated. This can also be a gap
between other inputs, for example if
individual EKC/EK 601-... have been
deleted.
Approach the reading module
ELM 611-... which has the lowest
address with the EKC/EK 601-... you
wish to read in. Both LEDs should be
alight at this module.
Hold the EKC/EK 601-... in rising
numerical sequence in front of the
ELM 611-..., whereby already
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assigned positions are automatically
bypassed. The free positions are
accessed in rising nu-merical
sequence. For each EKC/EK 601-...,
the green LED flashes for 1 second
as a confirmation. After reading in
the 999th EKC/EK 601-..., the red
LED flashes, while the green LED
remains alight. No further EKC/
EK 601-... can be read in.
The remaining sequence is the same
as that described on page 25.
Key Button
Relay Selection
Key button
In the Key button menu, it is
possible to assign entitlement for
the internal key buttons in the
COM 611-... / DIM 611-... and for
the external key buttons.
Programming example:
Pressing the programming button
causes the programming point
“Relay selection“ to appear.
The Key button menu contains the
following programming points:
• Relay selection
• Gateway selection*
• Time control*
The programming points marked
with * are included in the programming routine of the programming
point „Relay selection“ and are
Key button
OK = Prog
= Next
automatically accessed there.
However, they can be manually
accessed outside this programming
point using the scroll buttons.
The programming point „Gateway
selection“ only appears if at least
one gateway has been defined in
the System menu.
Display
Press the programming button
OK
Relay selection
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
The scroll buttons can be used to
access the programming points
individually.
Relay selection
Relay selection
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
Starting from the display, it is
possible to release the key buttons
at the COM/DIM 611-... which has
the address 1 using the scroll
button. If you wish to release the
key buttons at other COM/
DIM 611-... units, move the cursor
to the relevant position using the
cursor button and release the key
buttons using the scroll button.
In our example, the key buttons are
released at the COM/DIM 611-...
with address number 1.
Relay
Internal
12
_
Display without ECE 602-...
Relay
Internal
12345678
_
Display with ECE 602-...
Press the scroll button
Relay
Internal
Relay
Internal
12
L
12345678
L
Display without ECE 602-...
Display with ECE 602-...
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Key Button
Gateway Selection, Time control
Use the programming button to save
your entry.
Gateway selection
Press the programming button
OK
Disable with Inp. 1
Card 001
NO
Display
if no gateway has been programmed
in the System menu under
„Gateway funct.“.
Gateway
Internal
AB
_
Display without ECE 602-...
Gateway
Internal
ABCD
_
Display with ECE 602-...
if a gateway has been programmed
in the System menu under
„Gateway funct.“.
From this display, it is possible to
release the key buttons at the
COM/DIM 611-... which has the
address 1 for gateway A using the
scroll buttons. If you wish to release
the key buttons for gateways at
other COM/ DIM 611-... units, move
the cursor using the cursor button to
the relevant position and assign the
key buttons to the gateway ... using
the scroll button.
In our example, the key buttons are
released at the COM/DIM 611-...
which has the address 1.
Use the programming button to save
your entry.
Time control
Press the scroll button
Gateway
Internal
AB
X
Display without ECE 602-...
Gateway
Internal
ABCD
X
Display with ECE 602-...
OK
Disable with Inp. 1
Internal
Press the programming button.
Display
This programming point is used to
define whether the key buttons at
COM/DIM 611-... can be disabled
with input 1. Using the scroll button
it is possible to select between
YES and NO.
Save your selection with the
programming button.
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OK
Press the programming button.
Key Button
Relay
External
12
_
Display without ECE 602-...
Relay
External
12345678
_
or display with ECE 602-...
The external key buttons are now
released as required. This is
performed using the same sequence
as for the internal key buttons. The
displays differ only in one point:
Instead of the designation
„Internal“, the word „External“
appears.
To terminate key button
programming, press the cancel
button.
Press the cancel button
ESC
Key button
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
button scrolls forward
Programming can be terminated at
any time using the Cancel button ESC.
button scrolls back
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Time
Time
In the Time menu, the switching
times for the relays and the delay
times for the gateways are defined.
The Time menu contains the
following programming points:
• Relay
• Gateway*
* The programming point
„Gateway“ only appears if at least
one gateway has been defined in
the System menu.
A default switching time of 3
seconds is set for relay 1 and 2.
These can be changed in increments
of one second up to max. 59
minutes and 59 seconds.
Remark:
The switching time of 00 minutes 00
seconds has been entered for the
ON/OFF function. The pause time for
gateways can be set in increments of
1 second to max. 59 minutes and 59
seconds.
Relay 1
3 Sec
Delay
5 Sec
Relay 2
Programming example:
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
Relay
OK = Prog
3 Sec
Display
TIME
OK = Prog
Pressing the programming button
causes the programming point
„Relay“ to appear.
The delay time is the time period
between switching start of the 1st
and 2nd relays in a gateway
configuration.
For example:
1st relay switches for 3 seconds.
2nd relay switches for 3 seconds
Delay time = 5 seconds
Display
= Next
It is possible to access the remaining
programming points individually
using the scroll buttons.
Relay
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
Release time
Relay 1
Display
00m 03s
Any changes to the switching time,
e.g. 3 secs., are performed using the
scroll button
. The cursor
position is altered using the cursor
button
.
Confirm the entered value using the
programming button.
Release time
Relay 2
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Press the programming button
OK
Display
00m 04s
Time
The switching times for further
relays are programmed using the
same method. After programming
the switching time for the last relay,
the following display appears.
Use the programming button to
enter the delay time programming
level.
Display
Relay
OK = Prog
= Next
Gateway
OK = Prog
= Next
or display if a gateway has been
programmed in the System menu
under „Gateway funct.“
Press the programming button
OK
Display
Delay time
Gateway A
00m 00s
Enter the delay time, for example 5
seconds, for the gateway using the
scroll button
. The cursor position
is modified using the cursor button
.
Confirm the entered value using the
programming button.
Press the programming button
OK
Program the delay times for further
gateways using the same method.
Delay time
Gateway B
After programming the delay time
for the last gateway, the following
display appears:
Relay
OK = Prog
Quit the release / delay time
programming level using the cancel
button.
ESC
Display
00m
Display
= Next
Press the cancel button
Display
TIME
OK = Prog
= Next
button scrolls forward
button scrolls back
It is possible to terminate the
programming session at any time
with the cancel button ESC .
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Deletion
Deletion
In the Delete menu, it is possible to
delete the codes, EKC/EK 601-... and
gateways.
The menu can only be accessed if
the relevant data exists.
Programming example:
Depending on the existing data
entries, pressing the programming
button causes one of the
programming points, for example
„Delete code“ to appear.
The Delete menu contains the
following programming points
* These programming points only
appear if the relevant data has been
programmed.
• Delete code word*
• Delete code*
• Delete card*
• Delete gateway*
DELETE
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
Delete code
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
Using the scroll buttons, it is possible
to access the further programming
points individually depending on the
entered data (in our example, the
programming point „Delete code“)
Delete code
OK = Prog
OK=Clr
Code 01
If you do not wish code 01 to be
deleted, press the cancel button.
ESC
If you wish to delete code 01,
confirm with the programming
button.
OK
= Next
ESC=Can.
XXXXXXXX
Delete: Are you sure?
OK=Yes
ESC=No
If you do not wish code 01 to be
deleted, press the cancel button.
If you really wish to delete code 01,
confirm with the programming
button. Code 01 is then irretrievably
deleted.
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ESC
OK
Display, if data exists also in other
programming points.
or display if, for example, data only
exists in the programming point
„Delete code“. This display also
appears if the previous display was
confirmed with the programming
button (OK).
Press the cancel button. The initial
display appears
Press the programming button
Display
Press the cancel button.The initial
display appears.
Press the programming button
Deletion
If there are several codes available,
the next code appears in the display.
Otherwise the next programming
point appears, e.g. „Delete card“.
For additional deletion processes,
the sequence described above
applies correspondingly.
Quit the programming level using
the cancel button.
Press the cancel button
ESC
DELETE
OK = Prog
Display
= Next
DELETE
No Data
= Next
Display when all data has been
deleted
button scrolls forward
button scrolls back
Programming can be terminated at
any time using the cancel button ESC .
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Information
Information
In the Information menu, the
programming features of codes and
the EKC/EK 601-... can be
requested.
The Information menu contains the
following programming points:
• Show code
• Show card
Example
Pressing the programming button
causes the „Show code“ display to
appear.
INFORMATION
OK = Prog
= Next
Display
Press the programming button
OK
Display
Show code
OK = Prog
= Next
The programming points can be
accessed individually using the scroll
buttons.
Display
Show code
OK = Prog
If you wish to display the
programming features of certain
codes, confirm using the
programming button.
Using the scroll button
and the
cursor button
, enter the 1-8
digit code number and then confirm
with the programming button.
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
OK=Prog
Code
= Next
Display
_
Press the programming button
OK
Relay
Code XX
12
Display without ECE 602-...
Relay
Code XX
12 3 4 5 6 7 8
Display with ECE 602-...
Depending on the assignment, in
the bottom line of the displays, the
relay functions L or G are displayed.
Use the scroll button to change to
the display.
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Press the scroll button
Information
Gateway
Code XX
AB
Gateway
Code XX
AB CD
Depending on the programming
configuration, the gateway
assignments are indicated in the
bottom line of the displays.
Display without ECE 602-...
Display with ECE 602-...
if a gateway has been programmed
in the System menu using the
programming point „Gateway
funct.“
Press the scroll button
Use the scroll buttons to change to
the display.
Disable with inp.1
Code XX
XXX
Display
Depending on the programming
configuration, Yes or No is indicated
for Disable with input 1 on the
bottom line of the display.
Use the cancel button to return to
the initial display.
Every request sequence must be
terminated with the cancel button
ESC . No automatic indexing takes
place to the next request.
Press the cancel button
ESC
INFORMATION
OK = Prog
= Next
Display
Show card
OK = Prog
Display
If you wish to request further codes,
repeat the previous steps.
Start your request at the EKC/
EK 601-... from the following
display:
If you wish to have programming
features of the EKC/EK 601-...
displayed, confirm here with the
programming button.
Confirm with the programming
button.
= Next
Press the programming button
OK
OK=Prog
Card 001
OK
= Next
Display
Press the programming button
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Information
Further request points of the request
procedure for EKC/EK 601-...
correspond to those for requesting
the code.
Use the cancel button to return to
the initial display.
ESC
INFORMATION
OK = Prog
= Next
Press the cancel button
Display
button scrolls forward
button scrolls back
Programming can be continued at
any time using the cancel button
ESC .
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Reset
Reset
A reset routine deletes all inputs
including the code word and
restores the default status.
A reset at the EC 602-.../
ECE 602-... is carried out as follows:
Switch off the supply voltage. Press
the scroll buttons
at the
EC 602-... while switching the
supply voltage back on and continue
to hold down the button during the
following display.
Display
After around 7 seconds, the display
on the right appears. Then release
the scroll button.
Delete data
OK=Prog
If you do not wish to delete the data
press the cancel button.
ESC
If you wish the data to be deleted,
press the programming button
within 5 seconds.
OK
The following display appears:
ESC
If you really wish to delete the data,
press the programming button
within 5 seconds.
OK
After a completed reset cycle, the
basic display appears again.
Press the cancel button
Press the programming button
Delete: Are you sure?
OK=Yes
ESC=No
If you do not wish to delete the
data, press the cancel button.
The following display appears:
ESC=Can.
Display
Press the cancel button
Press the programming button
SSS Siedle
Please wait
SSS Siedle
EC 602-0
Display
Basic display
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