Installation Receiver Terminal Wiring MODEL 8056 MicroPLUS RF

Installation Receiver Terminal Wiring MODEL 8056 MicroPLUS RF
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MODEL 8056 MicroPLUS RF RECEIVER (WIEGAND)
DoorKing Part Number
8056-080
5300 Transmitter Codes
The model 8056 is a High Security Encrypted “Rotating Code” RF Receiver that will output MicroPLUS® transmitter codes ONLY to a Wiegand
controller in 26, 30 or 31-bit Wiegand format. The encrypted “Rotating Code” programming in this receiver and the companion MicroPLUS®
transmitters prevent copied transmitter codes from being used again to access a controlled entry point. The 8056 receiver can handle up to 5300
MicroPLUS® transmitter codes.
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The MicroPLUS® transmitter codes that the receiver
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will respond to can also be defined by “Facility
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P/N 8070-080
P/N 8071-080
Codes”, and “Transmitter Button Codes”.
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Use ONLY MicroPLUS Transmitters
In Wiegand output mode, you have the option to
decide if you want the receiver to match “Facility Code” or ignore it.
At least one MicroPLUS® transmitter must be programmed into the receiver memory to establish the “Facility Code” and “Transmitter Button
Code” with the Wiegand controller. All additional MicroPLUS® transmitters will automatically be “Learned” into the receiver memory the FIRST
time they are activated.
Installation
Be sure the antenna, coax shield
and F connector are completely
isolated from the ground.
This receiver is NOT designed to be installed outdoors without being protected
from the weather. An outdoor enclosure is available for the receiver if required
(P/N 8057-110 - Metal Outdoor Box).
Install the 8056 receiver in a location so the antenna is NOT surrounded by
Removable
metal and is in free air as high as possible above the ground. A longer Coax
Antenna kit is available for the receiver if required (P/N 1514-073 - Includes receiver terminal
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antenna, mounting “L” bracket and 15 feet of coax cable). An antenna amplifier for easy wiring.
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kit (P/N 8058-080) or a Yagi directional antenna kit (P/N 1514-072) is also
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available for the receiver if required.
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The Programming LED on the side of the case will blink as RF energy is
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received. If the programming LED blinks or is on continuously, this indicates
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that there may be interference on the frequency (318 MHz) and short range
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may be the result. If this happens, try relocating the receiver or remove the
#1 - Input Power Common (Negative)
source of interference. An antenna amplifier or a directional antenna may be
#2 - Input Power 12-24 Volt AC, 12-24 Volt DC (Positive)
needed. Note: Loop detectors and proximity card readers can cause receiver #3 - Not Used
#4 - Not Used
interference.
#5 - Not Used
#6 - Wiegand Common
#7 - Wiegand Data 0
#8 - Wiegand Data 1
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18”
Coax
Cable
Receiver Terminal Wiring
Separate Power Source: Connect 12 - 24 Volt AC or DC power to terminals #1 and #2.
12-24 Volt
Transformer Use minimum 18 AWG wire to power the receiver.
• If DC power is used (Transformer): Terminal #1 is NEGATIVE and terminal #2 is POSITIVE.
• Power can be supplied to the receiver by the Wiegand controller instead of a separate
power source (See below).
Coax
Antenna
Kit
(Included)
DC Polarity Matters!
To Receiver Terminal #1 (Neg.)
To Receiver Terminal #2 (Pos.)
Wiegand Controller Wiring:
Receiver terminal #2 is INPUT POWER (12-24 V).
Receiver terminal #6 is Wiegand input power COMMON.
Receiver terminal #7 is Wiegand DATA 0.
Receiver terminal #8 is Wiegand DATA 1.
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Use 22 AWG shielded wire, maximum
200 feet, for Wiegand controller wiring.
Connect these terminals to the
corresponding terminals on
the Wiegand controller. Refer to the
DoorKing Wiegand controller installation manual 1835, 1837 or 1838 for
specific wiring information.
From “Circuit Board” Power
From “Low Voltage Common”
From “Data 0”
From “Data 1”
To Receiver Terminal #2
To Receiver Terminal #6
To Receiver Terminal #7
To Receiver Terminal #8
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How Receiver Functions
The 8056 receiver responds to the MicroPLUS® transmitter’s “Transmitter Code” that is
defined by “Transmitter Button Codes” and “Facility Codes”. For example: an 8056
receiver can be programmed to respond to only the first button on a multiple button
MicroPLUS® transmitter while a second 8059 receiver can be programmed to
respond to only the second button of the same multiple button MicroPLUS®
transmitter. Thus allowing a single multiple button MicroPLUS® transmitter to
activate two different receivers without fear of both receivers responding to the
same transmitter code.
In Wiegand output mode, you have the option of having the receiver match or
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ignore the facility code to allow the receiver to activate. One receiver can be
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programmed to respond to a specific facility code while another receiver can be
programmed for a different facility code.
4. 31-bit Wiegand Programming
There are seven receiver programming functions:
5. Match Facility Code Programming
1. Programming ONLY the FIRST Transmitter
6. Ignore Facility Code Programming
2. 26-bit Wiegand Programming (Factory Setting)
7. Erase ALL Transmitter Codes
3. 30-bit Wiegand Programming
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Programming LED: Will
flash sequences during
programming and
flashes during normal
operation or frequency
interference.
Wiegand LED’s: Will blink
as Wiegand data is being
transmitted.
1. Programming ONLY the FIRST Transmitter
Press and hold the Programming Button until the programming LED quickly flashes ONE time (about 2 seconds), then release the button. The
programming LED will flash once every second indicating that you are in the transmitter programming mode....
Less than 10 Seconds Idle Time
START
Release
Press and 2 Sec.
Hold Button
Button
One Quick Flash
1 Sec.
1 Sec.
1 Sec.
1 Sec.
1 Sec.
Activate ONE MicroPLUS®
Transmitter
Transmitter Programming Mode
....While the programming LED is flashing, activate ONE MicroPLUS® transmitter that will be used (If you are using a two or three button transmitter, make sure to press the correct button). There are three (3) different “2-Button” MicroPLUS® transmitter button combinations that each
receiver can be programmed to respond to: button-1, button-2 and buttons 1&2 pressed at the same time. There are six (6) different “3-Button”
MicroPLUS® transmitter button combinations that each receiver can be programmed to respond to: button-1, button-2, button-3, buttons 1&2
pressed at the same time, buttons 2&3 pressed at the same time and buttons 1&3 pressed at the same time.
Once the ONE transmitter code has been stored into the receiver memory, the receiver will automatically exit the programming mode (approx. 10
seconds idle time). The programming LED will come on for 3 seconds and then go out.
After ONE MicroPLUS®
1 Sec.
Transmitter has
been Activated
Approximately 10 Seconds Idle Time
1 Sec.
1 Sec.
1 Sec.
FINISH
One
3 Second
Flash
Transmitter Programming Mode
The “Facility Code” and
“Transmitter Button Code”
have been established
for the receiver.
All additional transmitters can automatically be added by simply activating them. Press the appropriate transmitter button(s) on the new transmitter
TWICE to “register” then “activate” the controlled entry point. After that, it will function normally with a single press of the button(s). A maximum
of 5300 transmitters codes can be stored in this receiver. Each button or combination of buttons pressed is counted as ONE transmitter code.
2. 26-bit Wiegand Programming
Press and hold the Programming Button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown below, then release the button. The programming LED
will flash once for 3 seconds indicating that the receiver is in 26-bit Wiegand output mode.
The receiver is now in
Release
Press and
Hold Button
Button
26-bit Wiegand Output Mode
One Flash
Two
Approximately 4 Sec.
One 3 Second
Flash
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3. 30-bit Wiegand Programming
Press and hold the Programming Button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown below, then release the button. The programming LED
will flash once for 3 seconds indicating that the receiver is in 30-bit Wiegand output mode.
The receiver is now in
Release
Press and
Hold Button
Button
30-bit Wiegand Output Mode
One Flash
Two
Three
Four
Approximately 8 Seconds
One 3 Second
Flash
4. 31-bit Wiegand Programming
Press and hold the Programming Button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown below, then release the button. The programming LED
will flash once for 3 seconds indicating that the receiver is in 31-bit Wiegand output mode.
The receiver is now in
Release
Press and
Hold Button
Button
31-bit Wiegand Output Mode
One Flash
Two
Three
Approximately 6 Seconds
One 3 Second
Flash
5. Match Facility Code Programming
Press and hold the Programming Button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown below, then release the button. The programming LED
will flash once for 3 seconds indicating the receiver will check the facility code for a match before outputting the transmitter code.
Approximately 10 Seconds
Press and
Hold Button
One Flash
Two
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Three
Four
Five
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The receiver will check
Release
Button
facility code for a match
One 3 Second
Flash
6. Ignore Facility Code Programming
Press and hold the Programming Button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown below, then release the button. The programming LED
will flash once for 3 seconds indicating the receiver will ignore the facility code. Note: 26-bit requires a Facility Code match to activate the receiver.
Approximately 12 Seconds
Press and
Hold Button
One Flash
TTwo
Three
Four
Five
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Release
Button
One 3 Second
Flash
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The receiver will ignore
the facility code
7. Erase ALL Transmitter Codes
When memory is full, a long flash will activate when trying to program a new transmitter. To erase memory, press and hold the Programming
Button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown below, then release the button. This will erase ALL transmitter codes.
Press and
Hold Button
One Flash
Seven
Two
T
Three
Four
Seven
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Five
Seven
Three Times in a Row
Six
ALL transmitters
Release 5 Sec.
Button
will now be erased
One 3 Second
Flash
WARNING: Deleted transmitter codes CANNOT be retrieved.
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