iLOQ S10 Online Configuration Guide

iLOQ S10 Online Configuration Guide
Document version: 1.5 (Updated 02 May 2017)
Contents
1 S10 Online System................................................................................... 3
1.1 Printable Documentation............................................................................................................... 4
1.2 Licenses......................................................................................................................................... 4
1.3 Net Bridge N100............................................................................................................................4
1.3.1 Net Bridge Connections...................................................................................................5
1.4 Door Module N102........................................................................................................................ 5
1.4.1 Door Module Connections............................................................................................... 6
1.5 Key Reader / Hot Spot N103........................................................................................................6
1.5.1 N103.1..............................................................................................................................6
1.5.2 N103.2..............................................................................................................................7
1.5.3 N103.4..............................................................................................................................7
1.6 RFID Reader N104........................................................................................................................8
1.6.1 N104.1..............................................................................................................................9
1.6.2 N104.2..............................................................................................................................9
1.6.3 N104.3..............................................................................................................................9
1.6.4 N104.4............................................................................................................................10
1.7 Bus Addresses and Termination................................................................................................. 10
1.8 Deploying the S10 Online System Hardware............................................................................. 10
1.8.1 Preparing Net Bridge..................................................................................................... 11
1.8.2 Quick Guides................................................................................................................. 12
1.8.3 Finalizing the Bus Device Configuration on Net Bridge................................................ 18
1.8.4 Operation Modes........................................................................................................... 19
1.9 Software and Firmware Updates.................................................................................................27
1.9.1 Manually Updating Bus Device Firmware..................................................................... 28
1.10 Troubleshooting......................................................................................................................... 28
2 Recycling of Disposed Products.......................................................... 32
Index............................................................................................................................
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1 S10 Online System
iLOQ S10 Online System is an extension to the S10 locking system. The main features of iLOQ S10 Online
System are:
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Remote management of iLOQ lock cylinders.
Remote programming of iLOQ keys.
Remote management of doors equipped with electric locks and iLOQ lock cylinders. The doors can be
opened by:
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Key reader, in which case the key is also updated when the door is opened with the key.
Key reader and a PIN code.
RFID reader.
RFID reader and a PIN code.
Using a code. This option is meant to provide access for people, such as visitors, who do not and
will not have a key.
Calendar controls.
iLOQ S10 Online System consists of the components below:
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Net Bridge. Net Bridge operates as a link between the iLOQ S10 server and the Door Modules and
other devices on the bus.
Door Module. Door Module is a bus device located in the vicinity of a door, and it controls devices
installed on the door, such as a lock cylinder, an electric lock, a key reader and an RFID reader.
Programming Hot Spot. Programming Hot Spot is a bus device used to update the key, and to
download tasks for offline locks to the Programmer.
RFID reader. RFID reader is used to control an electric lock and it is always connected to a Door
Module.
The system can consist of one or several Net Bridges, and you can connect several bus devices to each
Net Bridge. You can manage the S10 Online System devices through the S10 Manager software.
The S10 Online System complies with the standards below:
Table 1: S10 Online System Compatibility
Standard
type
Standard
Description
Generic
IEC/EN
61000-6-1:2007
Immunity for residential, commercial and light industrial
environments
IEC/EN
61000-6-3:2007/
A1:2011/
AC:2012
Emission standard for residential, commercial and light industrial
environments
IEC/EN
61000-4-2
Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
IEC/EN
61000-4-3
Radiated RF immunity
IEC/EN
61000-4-4
Electrical fast transient/burst
IEC/EN
61000-4-5
Surge immunity
Applied
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Standard
type
Standard
Description
IEC/EN
61000-4-6
Conducted RF immunity
IEC/EN
61000-4-8
Power frequency H-field immunity
IEC/EN
61000-4-11
Voltage dips and interruptions
IEC/EN 55011
Radiated E-field emissions, 30 - 2700 MHz
IEC/EN 55011
Conducted emissions, 0.15 - 20 MHz
1.1 Printable Documentation
Printable S10 Online System documentation is available as follows:
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For planning instructions and wiring diagrams, see the Planning Guidelines manual.
For this manual, see S10 Online System in PDF.
1.2 Licenses
Each bus device connected to the main bus requires a license.
In other words, each Door Module requires a license, and an independent Programming Hot Spot requires
a license. If the Programming Hot Spot is connected to a Door Module as a reader for controlling the door,
it requires no separate license.
Net Bridge requires no license.
1.3 Net Bridge N100
Net Bridge operates as a link between the iLOQ S10 server, Door Modules and other devices on the bus.
Mount Net Bridge in a secure indoor location, such as a technical room, where an Ethernet connection and
a mains power supply are available.
The buses for doors and Programming Hot Spots are cabled from Net Bridge. Detailed cabling instructions
are available in a separate Planning Guidelines document.
Net Bridge is depicted in the figure below.
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1.3.1 Net Bridge Connections
The Net Bridge connections are:
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ETHERNET / POE — Ethernet LAN connection with Power over Ethernet (PoE) support.
DC — Power input for an external power supply.
Net Bridge always requires an Ethernet connection and power supply. Power supply can be provided
through an Ethernet switch supporting PoE, or by an external power supply. The maximum number of
connected bus devices depends on several factors. These are:
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The power supply, that is, the available power.
The power consumption of the bus device.
The cabling distance, that is, the power loss of the cable.
If Net Bridge is powered by:
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• PoE, the available power for bus devices is 10 W.
• PoE+, the available power for bus devices is 20 W.
• External power supply, the available power for bus devices is 30 W.
RS-485 1/2/3 on two rows — Main bus connections (6 pcs). There is one main bus, which can be
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divided to six parallel branches .
To the main bus, you can connect:
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• Door Modules
• Programming Hot Spots.
The USB host is used to upload device configuration data from a USB memory stick to Net Bridge. You
create the configuration data while adding Net Bridge to iLOQ S10 Manager software.
TOKEN — A locking-system specific token is required when communicating with the server and when
handling encrypted programming packages. You program the token while adding Net Bridge to iLOQ
S10 Manager software.
1.4 Door Module N102
Door Module is a bus device located in the vicinity of a door, and it controls devices installed on the door,
such as a lock cylinder, a key reader, an RFID reader, an electric lock, an electric strike plate, a magnet
lock, and so on.
Door Module is hosted by Net Bridge; it does not operate independently. Door Module has several different
use cases, and it can be used both as unprogrammed or programmed.
The most common use cases are:
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Connecting lock cylinders for remote management.
Connecting a calendar-controlled electric lock.
Connecting a key reader to control an electric lock.
Connecting an RFID reader to control an electric lock.
Connecting a key reader to control an alarm system.
Connecting an RFID reader to control an alarm system.
Connecting readers to control an electric lock by a key and PIN code combination.
Connecting a code-controlled electric lock.
Door Module is meant to be installed to a dry indoor environment. If you must install Door Module
outdoors, for example, to control a gate, ensure that it is not exposed to rain.
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There are also configurations that have three physical connectors, each of which can have two branches,
totalling six.
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Door Module is depicted in the figure below.
1.4.1 Door Module Connections
The Door Module connections are:
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RS-485 IN — Main bus input connection. The main bus is brought in to the Door Module from the other
bus device main bus output, or from Net Bridge. The main bus consists of the data bus and bus device
power supply.
RS-485 OUT — Main bus output connection. From the main bus output, you can extend the bus to the
next bus device.
CYLINDERS — You can connect two lock cylinders to this connection, in which case you can remotely
manage the lock cylinders. The lock cylinders must be on the same door or on parallel doors having the
same ground potential. In other words, the lock cylinder cabling distance from the Door Module must be
10 m or less. If the distance is longer, use two Door Modules, one for each cylinder.
INPUTS - IN 1/IN 2 — These potential-free inputs control relay outputs K1 and K2, or the Key reader
STAT2 LED, according to the selected operating mode.
INPUTS - EXT — A potential-free contact information connected to this input, can be used to control a
conditional access right when the Door Module is programmed as a Key switch.
READER RS-485 — The reader bus is a separate bus from the main bus. It controls the key reader and
the RFID reader. A reader connected to the reader bus controls relay outputs K1 and K2 according to
the selected operating mode.
RELAY K1/K2 — You can connect relay outputs K1 and K2 to control an external device, such as an
electric lock. You can control the relay outputs according to the selected operating mode either by using
a lock cylinder, key/RFID reader, code, calendar control, or by external device, such as a door opening
button, connected to input connections IN1 and IN2.
1.5 Key Reader / Hot Spot N103
Key reader / Hot Spot can be used for two different purposes:
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As a programming hot spot only. Independently connected to the main bus, the device is used for
updating keys remotely, and for downloading programming tasks to the Programmer, for programming
offline locks.
As a key reader. Connected to the door module READER RS-485 bus, the device controls the electric
lock, and the key is also updated when the door is opened. In this configuration, the device cannot be
used for downloading programming tasks to iLOQ Programmer, for programming offline locks.
1.5.1 N103.1
The N103.1 Key reader is depicted in the figure below:
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Figure 1: N103.1 Key Reader
The key features are:
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The cover material is plastic
This Key reader in meant for indoor use only.
The key-way direction is contact wire downwards (for the Scandinavian oval cylinder market).
1.5.2 N103.2
The N103.2 Key reader is depicted in the figure below:
Figure 2: N103.2 Key Reader
The key features are:
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The cover material is plastic
This Key reader in meant for indoor use only.
The key-way direction is contact wire upwards (for the Europrofile cylinder market).
1.5.3 N103.4
The N103.4 Key reader is depicted in the figure below:
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Figure 3: N103.4 Key Reader
The key features are:
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The cover material is stainless steel:
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• Vandal-proof
• Hard-wearing
This Key Reader is meant for outdoor use.
If the Key reader is exposed to rain, use weather protection cover A10.84 that is available as an
accessory.
1.6 RFID Reader N104
RFID Reader is a device located in the vicinity of a door. RFID Reader is connected to the Door Module
READER RS-485 bus; it has no other connections. RFID Reader is used to control an electric lock by an
iLOQ key equipped with an iLOQ RFID tag.
If RFID Reader is equipped with a keypad, it can be used to provide access to the door with a code only.
When installing:
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If you place the readers closer than 10 cm from each other, or install the reader on a metal surface, the
reading distance can be shorter.
If you install two readers close to each other, we recommend installing a sheet metal plate between the
readers.
Do not install a reader to the vicinity of strong electromagnetic disturbance sources.
Do not cut the cable shorter than 10 cm.
You can leave the wires not mentioned in the connection instructions disconnected. However, these
cables must not be in short cut with each other.
If installed directly on a metal surface, the reading distance may be shortened. To avoid this, we
recommend using installation plate A10.119 between the door and the reader.
The connections are:
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Red wire — DC+
Black wire — DCWhite wire — A
Green wire — B
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1.6.1 N104.1
This is an RFID Reader with a keypad, MIFARE. The key equipped with a corresponding MIFARE Classic®
tag is K10S.5.
Communication is not encrypted.
RFID Reader N104.1 is depicted in the figure below.
1.6.2 N104.2
This is an RFID Reader without a keypad, MIFARE. The key equipped with a corresponding MIFARE
Classic® tag is K10S.5.
Communication is not encrypted.
RFID Reader N104.2 is depicted in the figure below.
1.6.3 N104.3
This is an RFID Reader with a keypad, MIFARE DESFire. The key equipped with a corresponding MIFARE
DESFire® tag is K10S.6. This reader is capable of reading both types of tags/keys K10S.5 and K10S.6.
Air communication between the reader and the RFID is encrypted when using the corresponding encrypted
tag, K10S.6. Also, the wire communication between the reader and the door module is encrypted.
RFID Reader N104.3 is depicted in the figure below.
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1.6.4 N104.4
This is an RFID Reader without a keypad, MIFARE DESFire. The key equipped with a corresponding
MIFARE DESFire® tag is K10S.6. This reader is capable of reading both types of tags/keys K10S.5 and
K10S.6.
Air communication between the reader and the RFID is encrypted when using the corresponding encrypted
tag, K10S.6. Also, the wire communication between the reader and the door module is encrypted.
RFID Reader N104.4 is depicted in the figure below.
1.7 Bus Addresses and Termination
Each device connected to the main bus must have its own, unique bus address. Net Bridge only has one
main bus, even if it is branched. Net Bridge automatically distributes bus addresses. If you have a device
that has manual address dip switches, you can ignore them.
Terminate the last device on the bus or on the branch if the bus does not continue to the next device, by
setting the TERMINATION dip to the ON position. If there are several branches on the bus, terminate the
last device on each branch.
1.8 Deploying the S10 Online System Hardware
This chapter describes how to deploy the S10 Online System hardware.
Note:
The PDF version of this guide contains both internal links, and external links to the iLOQ S10
Manager User Manual. Internal links contain a page number. External links do not contain a page
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number. In the case of external links, see the corresponding section in the iLOQ S10 Manager User
Manual.
1.8.1 Preparing Net Bridge
This section describes how to prepare the Net Bridge.
Before you start:
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Connect the Net Bridge according to separate instructions. You can also connect the bus devices at
this phase, if necessary. You can test the server connection at the office before installation without any
bus devices, if both the office and the site use the DHCP protocol to provide the IP address and other
related network configuration information.
Remove the empty token from the token holder in the Net Bridge.
You will need a USB memory stick. The memory stick must not be encrypted, and it must be formatted
as FAT32.
Ensure that you have the appropriate licenses for the bus devices that will be connected to the Net
Bridge.
You will need the locking system master password in this procedure.
Proceed as follows.
1. Select Administration > Browse network modules.
2. Select Add network module.
The Adding a network module wizard is opened.
3. Select Add network module.
4. Enter the basic information for the network module, as follows:
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Name — Enter a name for the new network module in this field. Use a descriptive name. You can
use, for example, a name that reminds you of the network module location.
Type — Select Net Bridge in the drop down menu.
License — Select Net Bridge license type. Two new fields become available:
Count of reserved bus devices — Define the number of bus devices you are planning to
connect to this Net Bridge.
• Count of connected bus devices — This flow field indicates the current number of connected
devices. As we are adding a Net Bridge, the count is 0.
Has key programming hot spot — Select this check box if the network module will have at least
one Programming Hot Spot connected to it.
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Select the Active radio button. You can select the Not in use radio button if you do not have an active
license yet, but you want to configure the network module anyway.
5. Select Next.
6. Select Next.
7. Fill in the network module settings as follows:
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Service address — Service address is the locking system server address. Accept the suggested
address.
User ID — Select the User ID for the network module in the drop-down menu.
If there are no users in the User ID drop-down menu, select Add new network module user to add
a new user, and follow the wizard.
Tip:
Usually one network module user for each locking system is enough, even with several
network modules in use.
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Password — Enter the Password for the network module user, in this field.
8. Select Next.
9. If necessary, fill in the local network settings.
If the Net Bridge is located in a network where IP addresses are obtained from a DHCP server, you do
not have to fill in the local network settings. However, if this is not the case, ask the required data from
the network administrator.
10.Select Next.
11.If necessary, change the number of the firewall port for receiving messages. Ask the required data from
the network administrator.
12.Select Next.
13.Connect a memory stick to the computer USB port.
14.Select the Save file to memory stick radio button, and select the disk drive of the memory stick (for
example, J:\). The program adds the file name automatically.
Alternatively, you can select the Save file to disk radio button to save the file onto your hard disk, in the
directory of your choice, and copy it to the memory stick later. If this is the case, remember to paste the
file to the root directory of the memory stick (not to a subdirectory).
15.Select Next.
16.A summary screen is shown.
17.Select Ready.
18. Type in the locking system master password.
19.Insert the empty token that you took from the token holder, to the Programmer socket.
Ensure that the token clicks to its place.
20.Wait until the token is programmed.
21.Insert the login token to the the Programmer socket.
Ensure that the token clicks to its place.
22.Select Close.
23.Insert the token to the token holder in the Net Bridge.
24.Insert the memory stick to the Net Bridge USB port.
25.Switch the switch to ON.
1. An internal test procedure is started.
2. Check that the USB indicator blinks green five times, indicating that it is reading data from the
memory stick. It it does not blink green, the Net Bridge cannot read the memory stick. If this is the
case, try to add the Net Bridge with another memory stick, or format the memory stick to the FAT32
file system.
3. Constant green FUNC, SYSTEM STATUS and possibly SERVER CONN. are illuminated to indicate
that the server connection has been successfully tested.
26.If SERVER CONN. is illuminated green, the Net Bridge has reported itself to the server.
27.Switch the switch to STANDBY.
28.The Net Bridge is now ready for use.
29.Place the network module onto the floor plan.
The procedure is similar to the process of placing locks onto the floor plan. For more information, see
section Placing Locks onto a Floor Plan.
1.8.2 Quick Guides
This chapter lists the most common S10 Online System use cases and their configuration instructions.
1.8.2.1 Connecting a Programming Hot Spot
This section describes how to connect a Programming Hot Spot.
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Proceed as follows.
1. Ensure that the Net Bridge switch is on STANDBY.
2. Connect a Hot Spot to a prepared Net Bridge, or continue the bus from the last connected bus
device on the main bus, according to the connection diagram in iLOQ S10 Online System - Planning
Guidelines.
Note:
If you continue the bus from another bus device, remember to disable the termination
(TERMINATION = OFF) from the device from which you continue the bus.
3. Set the TERMINATION (TERM) dip switch to the ON position, if this bus device will be the last device
on this bus branch. Otherwise, set it OFF.
4. Write down the serial number of the Hot Spot.
5. When you have also connected the other bus devices, finalize the Net Bridge configuration once (see
Finalizing the Bus Device Configuration on Net Bridge on page 18) and continue this procedure.
6. On iLOQ S10 Manager software, check that the connected Hot Spot has been reported to the Net
Bridge device list. You can recognize the Hot Spot by its serial number.
1.8.2.2 Connecting a Remotely Managed Lock Cylinder
This section describes how to connect a lock cylinder to be remotely managed.
Proceed as follows.
1. Ensure that the Net Bridge switch is on STANDBY.
2. Connect Door Module to a prepared Net Bridge, or continue the bus from the last connected bus
device, according to the connection diagram in iLOQ S10 Online System - Planning Guidelines.
Note:
If you continue the bus from another bus device, remember to disable the termination
(TERMINATION = OFF) from the device from which you continue the bus.
3. Connect a programmed lock cylinder to the CYLINDERS L1 or L2 connector on the Door Module,
according to the connection instructions.
4. Set the operation mode 1 by the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
ON
S2
ON
S3
OFF
S4
OFF
5. Set the TERMINATION (TERM) dip switch to the ON position, if this bus device will be the last device
on this bus branch. Otherwise, set it OFF.
6. When you have also connected the other bus devices, finalize the Net Bridge configuration once (see
Finalizing the Bus Device Configuration on Net Bridge on page 18) and continue this procedure.
7. On iLOQ S10 Manager software, check that the orange background color for the lock has disappeared
from the lock grid view. Remember to refresh the grid view by pressing F5.
1.8.2.3 Controlling an Electric Lock by a Calendar
This section describes how to connect an electric lock, magnet lock or electric strike plate, and so on, to be
calendar controlled.
Proceed as follows.
1. Ensure that the Net Bridge
switch is on STANDBY.
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2. Connect Door Module to a prepared Net Bridge, or continue the bus from the last connected bus
device, according to the connection diagram in iLOQ S10 Online System - Planning Guidelines.
Note:
If you continue the bus from another bus device, remember to disable the termination
(TERMINATION = OFF) from the device from which you continue the bus.
3. Connect an electric lock control to the relay output K1 or K2, according to the electric lock
manufacturer's instructions.
Note:
Do not use the bus power (DC+, DC-) for powering the electric lock.
4. Set the operation mode 2 by the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
ON
S2
ON
S3
OFF
S4
OFF
5. Set the TERMINATION (TERM) dip switch to the ON position, if this bus device will be the last device
on this bus branch. Otherwise, set it OFF.
6. When you have also connected the other bus devices, finalize the Net Bridge configuration once (see
Finalizing the Bus Device Configuration on Net Bridge on page 18) and continue this procedure.
7. On iLOQ S10 Manager software, check that the connected Door Module has been reported to the Net
Bridge device list. You can recognize the Door Module by its serial number.
8. Set the connected relay as a calendar controlled door. See Adding Calendar Controlled Doors
9. Add the calendar, unless you already have a suitable calendar for the door. See Adding a Door Control
Calendar.
10.Add the control to the calendar, unless you already have a suitable calendar with controls. See Adding a
Direct Control to a Calendar.
11.Attach the calendar to the door. See Attaching Calendars to Calendar Controlled Doors.
1.8.2.4 Controlling an Electric Lock by a Code-access Group
This section describes how to connect an electric lock, magnet lock or strike plate, and so on, to be codeaccess group controlled.
Proceed as follows.
1. Ensure that the Net Bridge switch is on STANDBY.
2. Connect Door Module to a prepared Net Bridge, or continue the bus from the last connected bus
device, according to the connection diagram in iLOQ S10 Online System - Planning Guidelines.
Note:
If you continue the bus from another bus device, remember to disable the termination
(TERMINATION = OFF) from the device from which you continue the bus.
3. Connect an RFID reader (with a keypad) to the READER RS-485 bus on the Door Module, according to
the connection diagram.
4. Connect an electric lock control to the relay output K1 or K2, according to the electric lock
manufacturer's instructions.
Note:
Do not use the bus power (DC+, DC-) for powering the electric lock.
5. Set the operation mode 2 by the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
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S1
ON
S2
ON
S3
OFF
S4
OFF
6. Set the TERMINATION (TERM) dip switch to the ON position, if this bus device will be the last device
on this bus branch. Otherwise, set it OFF.
7. Write down the serial number of the Door Module.
8. When you have also connected the other bus devices, finalize the Net Bridge configuration once (see
Finalizing the Bus Device Configuration on Net Bridge on page 18) and continue this procedure.
9. On iLOQ S10 Manager software, check that the connected Door Module has been reported to the Net
Bridge devices list. You can recognize the Door Module by its serial number.
10.Set the connected relay as a calendar controlled door. See Adding Calendar Controlled Doors
11.Add the calendar, unless you already have a suitable calendar for the door. See Adding a Door Control
Calendar.
12.Add the code-access group control to the calendar, unless you already have a suitable calendar with
controls. See Adding a Code-access Group Control to a Calendar.
13.Attach the calendar to the door. See Attaching Calendars to Calendar Controlled Doors.
1.8.2.5 Controlling an Electric Lock by a Key Reader or RFID Reader
This section describes how to connect an electric lock, magnet lock or electric strike plate, and so on, to be
controlled by a Key Reader or an RFID Reader.
In this scenario, you program the Door Module as a Key Switch, which has its own access rights. For this,
you have to connect the power supply and a Key Reader to the Door Module, during the first programming.
Proceed as follows.
1. Ensure that the Net Bridge switch is on STANDBY.
2. Add, format and program the Door Module to the lock list as a Key Switch.
Select the type of lock cylinder as N102.
Select the type of lock as Networked.
3. Connect Door Module to a prepared Net Bridge, or continue the bus from the last connected bus
device, according to the connection diagram in iLOQ S10 Online System - Planning Guidelines.
Note:
If you continue the bus from another bus device, remember to disable the termination
(TERMINATION = OFF) from the device from which you continue the bus.
4. Connect the Key Reader or RFID Reader to the Door Module READER RS-485 bus according to the
connection diagram.
5. Connect an electric lock control to the relay output K1, according to the electric lock manufacturer's
instructions.
Note:
Do not use the bus power (DC+, DC-) for powering the electric lock.
6. Set the operation mode 3 by the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
ON
S2
ON
S3
OFF
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S4
OFF
7. Set the TERMINATION (TERM) dip switch to the ON position, if this bus device will be the last device
on this bus branch. Otherwise, set it OFF.
8. When you have also connected the other bus devices, finalize the Net Bridge configuration once (see
Finalizing the Bus Device Configuration on Net Bridge on page 18) and continue this procedure.
9. On iLOQ S10 Manager software, check that the orange background color for the lock has disappeared
from the lock grid view. Remember to refresh the grid view by pressing F5.
1.8.2.6 Controlling an Alarm System by a Key Reader or RFID Reader
This section describes how to control an alarm system by a Key Reader or an RFID Reader.
In this scenario, you program the Door Module as a Key Switch, which has its own access rights. For this,
you have to connect the power supply and a Key Reader to the Door Module, during the first programming.
Proceed as follows.
1. Ensure that the Net Bridge switch is on STANDBY.
2. Add, format and program the Door Module to the lock list as a Key Switch.
Select the type of lock cylinder as N102.
Select the type of lock as Networked.
3. Connect Door Module to a prepared Net Bridge, or continue the bus from the last connected bus
device, according to the connection diagram in iLOQ S10 Online System - Planning Guidelines.
Note:
If you continue the bus from another bus device, remember to disable the termination
(TERMINATION = OFF) from the device from which you continue the bus.
4. Connect the Key Reader or RFID Reader to the Door Module READER RS-485 bus according to the
connection diagram.
5. If you connected the Key Reader, terminate it by setting the TERMINATION dip switch to the ON
position.
6. Connect an alarm control to the relay output K1, according to the alarm system manufacturer's
instructions.
7. If you connected the Key Reader, you can connect the alarm system status information to control the
lowermost light of the Key Reader, to indicate the alarm system status.
Connect the alarm system status information to the Door Module IN 1 to control green light, and/or IN 2
to control red light.
The status information you bring from the alarm system must be potential-free.
8. Set the operation mode 5 by the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
OFF
S2
ON
S3
OFF
S4
OFF
9. Set the TERMINATION (TERM) dip switch to the ON position, if this bus device will be the last device
on this bus branch. Otherwise, set it OFF.
10.When you have also connected the other bus devices, finalize the Net Bridge configuration once (see
Finalizing the Bus Device Configuration on Net Bridge on page 18) and continue this procedure.
11.On iLOQ S10 Manager software, check that the orange background color for the lock has disappeared
from the lock grid view. Remember to refresh the grid view by pressing F5.
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1.8.2.7 Controlling an Electric Lock by a Combination of a Key and a PIN-code
This section describes how to connect an electric lock, magnet lock or electric strike plate, and so on, to
be controlled by a combination of a key and a PIN-code. In this connection, you use a Key Reader and a
keypad (RFID reader equipped with a keypad).
In this scenario, you program the Door Module as a Key Switch, which has its own access rights. For this,
you have to connect the power supply and a Key Reader to the Door Module, during the first programming.
Proceed as follows.
1. Ensure that the Net Bridge switch is on STANDBY.
2. Add, format and program the Door Module to the lock list as a Key Switch.
Select the type of lock cylinder as N102.
Select the type of lock as Networked.
3. Connect Door Module to a prepared Net Bridge, or continue the bus from the last connected bus
device, according to the connection diagram in iLOQ S10 Online System - Planning Guidelines.
Note:
If you continue the bus from another bus device, remember to disable the termination
(TERMINATION = OFF) from the device from which you continue the bus.
4. Connect the Key Reader to the Door Module READER RS-485 bus according to the connection
diagram.
Ensure that the TERMINATION dip switch on the Key Reader is OFF.
5. Connect the RFID reader (with a keypad) to the Key Reader RS-485 OUT connector according to the
connection diagram.
6. Connect an electric lock control to the relay output K1, according to the electric lock manufacturer's
instructions.
Note:
Do not use the bus power (DC+, DC-) for powering the electric lock.
7. Set the operation mode 3 by the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
ON
S2
ON
S3
OFF
S4
OFF
8. Set the TERMINATION (TERM) dip switch to the ON position, if this bus device will be the last device
on this bus branch. Otherwise, set it OFF.
9. When you have also connected the other bus devices, finalize the Net Bridge configuration once (see
Finalizing the Bus Device Configuration on Net Bridge on page 18) and continue this procedure.
10.On iLOQ S10 Manager software, check that the orange background color for the lock has disappeared
from the lock grid view. Remember to refresh the grid view by pressing F5.
11.Add the key PIN-code calendar, unless you already have a suitable key PIN-code calendar for the lock.
See Adding a Key PIN-code Calendar.
12.Attach the key PIN-code calendar to the lock. See Attaching a Key PIN-code Calendar to Locks.
1.8.2.8 Controlling an Electric Lock by a Combination of an RFID Key and a PIN-code
This section describes how to connect an electric lock, magnet lock or electric strike plate, and so on, to be
controlled by a combination of an RFID key and a PIN-code. In this connection, you use an RFID reader
equipped with a keypad and a key equipped with an RFID chip.
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In this scenario, you program the Door Module as a Key Switch, which has its own access rights. For this,
you have to connect the power supply and a Key Reader to the Door Module, during the first programming.
Proceed as follows.
1. Ensure that the Net Bridge
switch is on STANDBY.
2. Add, format and program the Door Module to the lock list as a Key Switch.
Select the type of lock cylinder as N102.
Select the type of lock as Networked.
3. Connect Door Module to a prepared Net Bridge, or continue the bus from the last connected bus
device, according to the connection diagram in iLOQ S10 Online System - Planning Guidelines.
Note:
If you continue the bus from another bus device, remember to disable the termination
(TERMINATION = OFF) from the device from which you continue the bus.
4. Connect the RFID Reader equipped with a keypad, to the Door Module READER RS-485 bus
according to the connection diagram.
5. Connect an electric lock control to the relay output K1, according to the electric lock manufacturer's
instructions.
Note:
Do not use the bus power (DC+, DC-) for powering the electric lock.
6. Set the operation mode 3 by the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
ON
S2
ON
S3
OFF
S4
OFF
7. Set the TERMINATION (TERM) dip switch to the ON position, if this bus device will be the last device
on this bus branch. Otherwise, set it OFF.
8. When you have also connected the other bus devices, finalize the Net Bridge configuration once (see
Finalizing the Bus Device Configuration on Net Bridge on page 18) and continue this procedure.
9. On iLOQ S10 Manager software, check that the orange background color for the lock has disappeared
from the lock grid view. Remember to refresh the grid view by pressing F5.
10.Add the key PIN-code calendar, unless you already have a suitable key PIN-code calendar for the lock.
See Adding a Key PIN-code Calendar.
11.Attach the key PIN-code calendar to the lock. See Attaching a Key PIN-code Calendar to Locks.
1.8.2.9 Connecting Monitored Doors
This section describes how to connect monitored doors.
Operating modes 2—9 support indicating door status on S10 Manager.
Proceed as follows.
1. When deploying the installation, for example by applying a quick guide above that uses one of the
operating modes 2—9, connect the door monitoring contact to the Door Module.
2. Connect the door contact, or any other potential-free sensor information, to IN2 and COM.
3. Add the monitored door to S10 Manager. See Adding Monitored Doors.
1.8.3 Finalizing the Bus Device Configuration on Net Bridge
This section describes how to finalize the bus device configuration on the Net Bridge.
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Make sure that you have:
•
•
Connected all bus devices.
Prepared the Net Bridge. See Preparing Net Bridge on page 11.
Proceed as follows.
1. Switch the Net Bridge MODE switch to SETUP.
2. Ensure that the Net Bridge switch is ON.
3. Wait for three seconds.
4. Switch the Net Bridge MODE switch to OPERATING.
5. An internal test procedure is started.
Observe the green FUNC led for approximately one minute until the Net Bridge has saved the bus
configuration. Check that:
1. The green FUNC led blinks as many times as there are devices on the main bus.
2. After a pause, the green FUNC led blinks as many times as there are devices on the reader buses.
3. After a pause, the green FUNC led blinks as many times as there are lock cylinders connected on
Door Modules.
Saving the bus configuration ends when the FUNC led is constantly illuminated green.
The procedure ends when constant green FUNC, RS-485 STATUS, SYSTEM STATUS, and SERVER
CONN. leds are illuminated.
6. Check that the Door Module POWER, DEVICE, BRIDGE and SERVER leds are illuminated green in all
door modules.
Check also that the topmost led is illuminated green on all Programming Hot-spots.
7. Deployment may require additional configuration on S10 Manager according to the Quick Guides.
1.8.4 Operation Modes
This chapter describes the behaviour of the Door Module in its specific operation modes, complementing
the connection options presented in Quick Guides, and describing other connection options in full detail.
You can set the operation mode with the Door Module OPTIONS dip switches S1-S4.
The main principles of using OPTIONS dip switches are:
•
•
•
If S1 is enabled, the relay output K1 is calendar-controllable, otherwise not.
If S2 is enabled, the relay output K2 is calendar-controllable, otherwise not.
If S3 in enabled:
•
• A valid key insertion to the cylinder connected to L1, activates the relay output K1 for 30 seconds.
• A push button connected to IN1, activates the relay output K1 for 30 seconds.
If S4 in enabled:
•
•
A valid key insertion to the cylinder connected to L2, activates the relay output K2 for 30 seconds.
A push button connected to IN2, activates the relay output K2 for 30 seconds.
However, not all combinations are valid. The valid combinations are described in the sections below.
1.8.4.1 Operation Mode 1
This operation mode is intended for connecting one or two networked lock cylinders, which control relay
outputs.
An example use case is an alarmed door, or a door where a magnet lock is bypassed by a valid key
insertion to the lock cylinder.
Opening the cylinder with a valid key, or activating the push button, activates the relay output that bypasses
the door magnet contact, or opens the magnet lock, for a fixed time of 30 seconds.
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In this case:
•
•
•
The Door Module is not programmed.
Relay outputs K1 and K2 cannot be calendar-controlled. The idea is to prevent bypassing an alarmed
door from iLOQ S10 Manager.
Door status cannot be connected.
The table below describes the inputs controlling outputs K1 and K2, and whether the outputs are calendarcontrollable.
Table 2: Operation Mode 1
K1
L1
K2
X
L2
IN1
DOOR STATUS
X
X
IN2
X
Calendar
You can deploy this installation according to the instructions in Connecting a Remotely Managed Lock
Cylinder on page 13. However, set the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
OFF
S2
OFF
S3
ON
S4
ON
S5
OFF
1.8.4.2 Operation Mode 2
This operation mode is intended for connecting one or two networked lock cylinders. If necessary, relay
outputs K1 and K2 can be used for controlling electric locks by a calendar.
In this case, the Door Module is not programmed.
The table below describes the inputs controlling outputs K1 and K2 and whether the outputs are calendarcontrollable, and if door status can be connected to the input.
Table 3: Operation Mode 2
K1
K2
DOOR STATUS
L1
L2
IN1
IN2
Calendar
X
X
X
You can connect any potential-free contact information, such as a magnetic door contact, to IN2. In this
way, you can request for the door status information through iLOQ S10 Manager and view the event log on
the door status. If you have to obtain status information from, for example, both the lock strike plate and the
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door, you can serial connect the lock and door contacts. In this case, the status indicates whether the door
is closed and locked, or not.
You can deploy this installation according to the instructions in Connecting a Remotely Managed Lock
Cylinder on page 13. However, set the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
ON
S2
ON
S3
OFF
S4
OFF
S5
OFF
1.8.4.3 Operation Mode 3
This operation mode is intended for connecting a Key Reader or RFID reader, for controlling an electric
lock. You can also connect one or two networked lock cylinders.
An example use case is a door where an electric lock is controlled by a reader. A valid key activates the
impulse for relay output K1 that is connected to the electric lock. A push button connected to IN1 activates
the relay output K1. The K1 relay can also be calendar-controlled. The K2 relay can be used for calendarcontrolling an electric lock on another door.
In this case, the Door Module is programmed.
The table below describes the inputs controlling outputs K1 and K2 and whether the outputs are calendarcontrollable, and if door status can be connected to the input.
Table 4: Operation Mode 3
K1
Reader
K2
DOOR STATUS
X
L1
L2
IN1
X
IN2
Calendar
X
X
X
You can connect any potential-free contact information, such as a magnetic door contact, to IN2. In this
way, you can request for the door status information through iLOQ S10 Manager and view the event log on
the door status. If you have to obtain status information from, for example, both the lock strike plate and the
door, you can serial connect the lock and door contacts. In this case, the status indicates whether the door
is closed and locked, or not.
You can deploy this installation according to the instructions in Controlling an Electric Lock by a Key
Reader or RFID Reader on page 15. However, set the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
ON
S2
ON
S3
OFF
S4
OFF
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S5
OFF
1.8.4.4 Operation Mode 4
This operation mode is intended for connecting a Key Reader or RFID reader, for controlling an electric
lock, which control both relay outputs. You can also connect one or two networked lock cylinders, which
cannot control relays.
An example use case is an alarmed door where an electric lock is controlled by a reader, which also
bypasses the door magnet contact. A valid key or a push button:
•
•
Activates the impulse for relay output K1, which is connected to the electric lock.
Activates the relay output K2, which bypasses the magnet contact on the alarmed door, for 30 seconds,
by default. This period can be changed through iLOQ S10 Manager.
The K1 relay can also be calendar-controlled. In this case, relay output K2 cannot be calendar-controlled.
The idea is to prevent bypassing an alarmed door from iLOQ S10 Manager.
In this case, the Door Module is programmed.
The table below describes the inputs controlling outputs K1 and K2 and whether the outputs are calendarcontrollable, and if door status can be connected to the input.
Table 5: Operation Mode 4
Reader
K1
K2
X
X
X
X
DOOR STATUS
L1
L2
IN1
IN2
Calendar
X
X
You can connect any potential-free contact information, such as a magnetic door contact, to IN2. In this
way, you can request for the door status information through iLOQ S10 Manager and view the event log on
the door status. If you have to obtain status information from, for example, both the lock strike plate and the
door, you can serial connect the lock and door contacts. In this case, the status indicates whether the door
is closed and locked, or not.
You can deploy this installation according to the instructions in Controlling an Electric Lock by a Key
Reader or RFID Reader on page 15. However, set the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
ON
S2
OFF
S3
OFF
S4
OFF
S5
OFF
1.8.4.5 Operation Mode 5
This operation mode is intended for connecting a Key Reader or RFID reader, for controlling an alarm
system.
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An example use case is a door where an alarm system is controlled by a reader. A valid key activates the
impulse for relay output K1 that is connected to the alarm system. If you connect the Key Reader N103,
you can connect the alarm system status information to control the lowermost light of the Key Reader, to
indicate the alarm system status. Connect the alarm system status information to the Door Module IN 1 to
control green light, and/or IN 2 to control red light. The status information you bring from the alarm system
must be potential-free. If you have connected IN2, you can request for the alarm status information through
iLOQ S10 Manager and view the event log on the alarm status.
In this case, the Door Module is programmed.
The table below describes the inputs controlling outputs K1 and K2 and whether the outputs are calendarcontrollable, and if alarm status can be transferred to iLOQ S10 Manager.
Table 6: Operation Mode 5
K1
Reader
K2
N103 STAT2
GREEN
N103 STAT2 RED
ALARM STATUS
X
L1
L2
IN1
X
IN2
Calendar
X
X
X
You can deploy this installation according to the instructions in Controlling an Alarm System by a Key
Reader or RFID Reader on page 16. However, set the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
OFF
S2
ON
S3
OFF
S4
OFF
S5
OFF
1.8.4.6 Operation Mode 6
This operation mode is intended for connecting a Key Reader or RFID reader, for controlling an electric
lock, which control both relay outputs. You can also connect one or two networked lock cylinders, which
cannot control relays.
An example use case is an alarmed door where an electric lock is controlled by a reader, which also
bypasses the door magnet contact. A valid key or a push button:
•
•
Activates the impulse for relay output K1, which is connected to the electric lock.
Activates the relay output K2, which bypasses the magnet contact on the alarmed door, for 30 seconds,
by default. This period can be changed through iLOQ S10 Manager.
The K1 and K2 relays cannot be calendar-controlled. The idea is to prevent opening and bypassing the
alarm of the high-security demand room door from iLOQ S10 Manager.
In this case, the Door Module is programmed.
The table below describes the inputs controlling outputs K1 and K2 and whether the outputs are calendarcontrollable, and if door status can be connected to the input.
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Table 7: Operation Mode 6
Reader
K1
K2
X
X
X
X
DOOR STATUS
L1
L2
IN1
IN2
X
Calendar
You can connect any potential-free contact information, such as a magnetic door contact, to IN2. In this
way, you can request for the door status information through iLOQ S10 Manager and view the event log on
the door status. If you have to obtain status information from, for example, both the lock strike plate and the
door, you can serial connect the lock and door contacts. In this case, the status indicates whether the door
is closed and locked, or not.
You can deploy this installation according to the instructions in Controlling an Electric Lock by a Key
Reader or RFID Reader on page 15. However, set the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
OFF
S2
OFF
S3
OFF
S4
OFF
S5
OFF
1.8.4.7 Operation Mode 7
This operation mode is intended for connecting one or two networked lock cylinders, one of which controls
a relay output.
An example use case is an alarmed door, or a door where a magnet lock is bypassed by a valid key
insertion to the lock cylinder.
Opening the cylinder with a valid key, or activating the push button, activates the relay output that bypasses
the door magnet contact, or opens the magnet lock, for a fixed time of 30 seconds.
In this case:
•
•
The Door Module is not programmed.
Relay output K1 cannot be calendar-controlled. The idea is to prevent bypassing an alarmed door from
iLOQ S10 Manager.
The table below describes the inputs controlling outputs K1 and K2 and whether the outputs are calendarcontrollable, and if door status can be connected to the input.
Table 8: Operation Mode 7
K1
L1
K2
DOOR STATUS
X
L2
IN1
X
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K1
K2
DOOR STATUS
IN2
X
Calendar
X
You can connect any potential-free contact information, such as a magnetic door contact, to IN2. In this
way, you can request for the door status information through iLOQ S10 Manager and view the event log on
the door status. If you have to obtain status information from, for example, both the lock strike plate and the
door, you can serial connect the lock and door contacts. In this case, the status indicates whether the door
is closed and locked, or not.
You can deploy this installation according to the instructions in Connecting a Remotely Managed Lock
Cylinder on page 13. However, set the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
OFF
S2
ON
S3
ON
S4
OFF
S5
OFF
1.8.4.8 Operation Mode 8
This operation mode is intended for connecting one or two networked lock cylinders, which control relay
output K1.
An example use case is an alarmed door, or a door where a magnet lock is bypassed by a valid key
insertion to the lock cylinder.
Opening the cylinder with a valid key, or activating the push button, activates relay output K1 that bypasses
the door magnet contact, or opens the magnet lock, for a fixed time of 3 seconds.
In this case:
•
•
The Door Module is not programmed.
Relay output K1 cannot be calendar-controlled. The idea is to prevent bypassing an alarmed door from
iLOQ S10 Manager.
The table below describes the inputs controlling outputs K1 and K2 and whether the outputs are calendarcontrollable, and if door status can be connected to the input.
Table 9: Operation Mode 1
K1
L1
X
L2
X
IN1
X
K2
IN2
Calendar
DOOR STATUS
X
X
You can connect any potential-free contact information, such as a magnetic door contact, to IN2. In this
way, you can request for the door status information through iLOQ S10 Manager and view the event log on
the door status. If you have to obtain status information from, for example, both the lock strike plate and the
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door, you can serial connect the lock and door contacts. In this case, the status indicates whether the door
is closed and locked, or not.
You can deploy this installation according to the instructions in Connecting a Remotely Managed Lock
Cylinder on page 13. However, set the OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
OFF
S2
ON
S3
ON
S4
ON
S5
OFF
1.8.4.9 Operation Mode 9
This operation mode is intended for connecting one or two networked lock cylinders, and a reader, if
necessary, which control relay output K1.
An example use case is an alarmed door, or a door where a magnet lock is bypassed by a valid key
insertion to the lock cylinder.
Opening the cylinder activates relay output K1 that bypasses the door magnet contact, or opens the
magnet lock, for 3 seconds by default. This period can be changed through iLOQ S10 Manager.
In this case:
•
•
The Door Module is programmed.
Relay output K1 cannot be calendar-controlled. The idea is to prevent bypassing an alarmed door from
iLOQ S10 Manager.
The table below describes the inputs controlling outputs K1 and K2 and whether the outputs are calendarcontrollable, and if door status can be connected to the input.
Table 10: Operation Mode 1
K1
Reader
X
L1
X
L2
X
IN1
X
K2
IN2
Calendar
DOOR STATUS
X
X
You can connect any potential-free contact information, such as a magnetic door contact, to IN2. In this
way, you can request for the door status information through iLOQ S10 Manager and view the event log on
the door status. If you have to obtain status information from, for example, both the lock strike plate and the
door, you can serial connect the lock and door contacts. In this case, the status indicates whether the door
is closed and locked, or not.
You can deploy this installation by applying the instructions in Controlling an Electric Lock by a Key Reader
or RFID Reader on page 15, even if you are not planning to connect the reader. However, set the
OPTIONS dip switches as follows:
S1
OFF
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S2
ON
S3
ON
S4
ON
S5
OFF
1.9 Software and Firmware Updates
You can make a manual software and firmware update request at any time (see Sending Requests to the
Network Module), or define that automatic updates are in use and, if they are, at which time of the day they
will be updated. See Editing the Locking System Settings.
When automatic software and firmware updated are in use, the operating system on the Net Bridge and
the firmware on the bus devices are automatically downloaded over the Internet. The update takes place in
two phases:
1. The operating system and firmware on the Net Bridge are updated first.
Net Bridge checks if there are software updates on the server, upon startup and on seven days interval.
If a software update is found, Net Bridge immediately downloads the update. However, the software
installation takes place automatically according to the locking system settings, within three hours of the
set Update time.
2. The firmware on the bus devices is updated next.
The operating system update on the Net Bridge is indicated by:
•
•
SERVER CONN blinks orange when the software is being downloaded from the server. This may take
several minutes.
SYSTEM STATUS, SERVER CONN and USB leds blink orange in the same time when the software
update on the Net Bridge is in progress.
Caution:
Do not switch off Net Bridge while the software update is in progress. If you interrupt the update
process, the operating system will not be able to start again, and the Net Bridge cannot be
recovered on the site.
Caution:
During the update process, Net Bridge and its bus devices are re-booted several times.
Possibly active calendar controls temporarily stop operating during the re-boots.
The operating system update process ends when the Net Bridge is re-started, and FUNC, SYSTEM
STATUS, RS-485 STATUS and SERVER CONN leds are illuminated constant green.
If there are bus devices on the bus that are undergoing a firmware update:
•
•
•
On the Net Bridge, FUNC and RS-485 STATUS leds blink orange.The firmware update process ends
when the FUNC, SYSTEM STATUS, RS-485 STATUS and SERVER CONN leds on the NetBridge are
illuminated constant green.
On the Hot Spot, all three leds are illuminated green, or are illuminated green one by one from top to
bottom.
On the Door Module, DEVICE, BRIDGE and SERVER leds are illuminated green one by one from top
to bottom.
Caution:
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Do not switch off Net Bridge or any bus device while the firmware update is in progress. If you
interrupt the update process, the bus device will not be able to start again, and it cannot be
recovered on the site.
1.9.1 Manually Updating Bus Device Firmware
This section describes how to manually update bus device firmware.
Proceed as follows.
1. Switch the Net Bridge switch to STANDBY.
2. Switch the Net Bridge MODE switch to SETUP.
3. Switch the Net Bridge switch to ON.
4. Wait for one minute and see if the FUNC and RS-485 leds blink orange.
•
If they do, there are bus devices that are undergoing a firmware update. Wait until the FUNC led is
switched off and RS-485 led is constantly illuminated green.
• If they do not, continue from step 5.
5. Switch the Net Bridge MODE switch to OPERATING.
6. An internal test procedure is started.
Observe the green FUNC led for approximately one minute until the Net Bridge has saved the bus
configuration. Check that:
1. The green FUNC led blinks as many times as there are devices on the main bus.
2. After a pause, the green FUNC led blinks as many times as there are devices on the reader buses.
3. After a pause, the green FUNC led blinks as many times as there are lock cylinders connected on
Door Modules.
The procedure ends when constant green FUNC, RS-485 STATUS, SYSTEM STATUS, and SERVER
CONN. leds are illuminated.
1.10 Troubleshooting
This section provides troubleshooting instructions for S10 Online System.
Table 11: Troubleshooting
LED
Indication
Problem
Solution
Net Bridge in general
VCC, 5V, VDD,
5V BUS
Not
illuminated
Net Bridge hardware
failure.
Replace Net Bridge.
DC/POE/POE+
Not
illuminated
Powering issue.
Check fuse F1. Check power supply.
Net Bridge in the OPERATING mode
RS-485 STATUS Red
Power issue on a bus
device.
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LED
Indication
RS-485 STATUS Blinking red
Problem
Solution
The configuration detected
on the bus differs from
the one that was saved
when last finalizing the bus
device configuration. For
example:
•
•
•
•
RS-485 STATUS Orange
Low voltage issue on a bus
device.
Too long cabling or too many
devices on the bus. Double the
power wiring or reduce the amount
of devices on the bus. If PoE is
used, use PoE+ or an external
power supply instead.
RS-485 STATUS Blinks
orange
Firmware update in
progress.
Do NOT power off the device. See
Software and Firmware Updates on
page 27.
RS-485 STATUS Off
No devices were found on
the bus.
Check the bus device connections.
Finalize the Net Bridge
configuration, see Finalizing the Bus
Device Configuration on Net Bridge
on page 18.
Blinks red
Finalizing the bus device
configuration has failed.
Finalize the the bus device
configuration by running the setup
procedure, see Finalizing the Bus
Device Configuration on Net Bridge
on page 18.
FUNC
Blinks red x
3
Low voltage issue on a bus
device.
Too long cabling or too many
devices on the bus. Double the
power wiring or reduce the amount
of devices on the bus. If PoE is
used, use PoE+ or an external
power supply instead.
FUNC
Blinks red x
4
Token not found.
Insert token.
FUNC
2
There are less or more
•
devices on the bus, or
slaves connected to a
Door Module, than there
should be.
The OPTIONS dip
switch setup of a Door
Module has been
changed.
A Door Module
programming state has
been changed.
If you have changed the
configuration on the bus on
purpose, re-finalize the new bus
configuration by running setup
again, see Finalizing the Bus
Device Configuration on Net
Bridge on page 18.
If you have not changed the
configuration on the bus, check
the wiring to the bus devices,
and slaves connected to the
Door Module. The affected Door
Module indicates the error by
blinking red four times.
2
The LED blinks red on one-second intervals until a pause of a couple of seconds. The number of blinks in
the sequence indicates the problem number.
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LED
Indication
Problem
Solution
FUNC
Blinks red x
5
Operation mode not
supported.
Use a valid operation mode on the
Door Module.
FUNC
Blinks red x
10
Door Module in formatted
state.
Change the Door Module to the
factory state or program the Door
Module as a lock.
FUNC
Blinks red x
13
Power issue.
Check the connections for shortcuts
and misconnections.
FUNC
Blinks
orange
Firmware update in
progress.
Do NOT power off the device. See
Software and Firmware Updates on
page 27.
FUNC
Red
Configuration mismatch.
•
•
FUNC
Orange
One of the devices is offline.
Check the connections and the
device condition.
The hardware configuration has
been changed and the setup
has not been run. Run the setup.
See Finalizing the Bus Device
Configuration on Net Bridge on
page 18.
Configuration error.
Switch Net Bridge to the SETUP
mode and back. The number of red
blinks indicates the problem.
Net Bridge in the SETUP mode
FUNC
Blinks
orange
Firmware update in
progress.
Do NOT power off the device. See
Software and Firmware Updates on
page 27.
FUNC
Red
Address error, duplicated
addresses on bus devices.
Change the address to a unique
one.
Firmware update in
progress.
Do NOT power off the device. See
Software and Firmware Updates on
page 27.
Blinks red x
1
Address error, duplicated
addresses on bus devices.
Change the address to a unique
one.
ERROR
Blinks red x
2
Operation mode is not
valid.
Change the OPTIONS dip
switches S1-S4 to establish a valid
combination.
ERROR
Blinks red x
3
The Door Module has no
time.
Check that the Door Module has a
connection to the Net Bridge.
RS-485 STATUS Blinks
orange
Door Module
ERROR
2
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LED
Indication
Problem
ERROR
Blinks red x
4
The configuration detected •
on the Door Module
differs from the one that
was saved when last
finalizing the bus device
configuration. For example:
•
•
•
Solution
There are less or more
•
slaves connected to a
Door Module, than there
should be.
The OPTIONS dip
switch setup of a Door
Module has been
changed.
A Door Module
programming state has
been changed.
If you have changed the
configuration on the bus on
purpose, re-finalize the new bus
configuration by running setup
again, see Finalizing the Bus
Device Configuration on Net
Bridge on page 18.
If you have not changed the
configuration, check the wiring to
the slaves connected to the Door
Module.
LOW VOLT
Red
Too low voltage.
Double the power supply wiring.
L1/L2
Orange
Lock cylinder is not
programmed.
Program the lock cylinder.
L1/L2
Red
Interference in the lock bus. Contact iLOQ.
Door Module ignores the
Lock Cylinder.
L3
Orange
Door Module in formatted
state.
DEVICE,
BRIDGE and
SERVER
Blinks green The Door Module firmware
one by one
is being updated.
from top to
bottom
Do NOT power off the device. See
Software and Firmware Updates on
page 27.
Topmost led
Red
No connection to Net
Bridge.
The hardware configuration has
been changed and the setup
has not been run. Run the setup.
See Finalizing the Bus Device
Configuration on Net Bridge on page
18.
Topmost led
Orange
No connection to server,
connection to Net Bridge
ok.
Check that the Net Bridge has
established a server connection.
All three leds
Illuminated
green, or
illuminated
green one
by one
from top to
bottom
The Key Reader firmware
is being updated.
Do NOT power off the device. See
Software and Firmware Updates on
page 27.
Change the Door Module to the
factory state or program the Door
Module as a lock.
Key Reader
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LED
Indication
Problem
Solution
Blinks red
Connection issue.
•
•
RFID Reader
Top led
Check the wiring.
Ensure that the Net Bridge
configuration has been finalized.
The table below lists troubleshooting instructions not related to any specific device LED.
Problem
Solution
When finalizing the bus device configuration on
Net Bridge, the FUNC led indicates less devices
than connected.
•
•
A connected device appears in the device list of
the Net Bridge on S10 Manager, but cannot be
programmed remotely.
Ensure that the user ID attached to the Net
Bridge has all zones.
Check the wiring.
Carry out manual update of bus device
firmware, see Manually Updating Bus Device
Firmware on page 28.
2 Recycling of Disposed Products
Before disposing of product remember that most of the iLOQ products are suited for re-use. All
programmable products can be returned to factory state after which they can be used in a new system.
Most of the iLOQ packaging material can be recycled as cardboard or plastic.
iLOQ cylinders and keys are recyclable as metal scrap. So are also iLOQ cylinder rings, accessories and
thumb turn sets.
iLOQ extensions containing circuit boards must be recycled in the Electrical and electronic waste collection
point.
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