INSTRUCTION - Net2 485 TCP/IP Ethernet Interface - Rev3

INSTRUCTION - Net2 485 TCP/IP Ethernet Interface - Rev3
05/20/2010
Paxton
Ins-40054-US Net2 485 TCP/IP Ethernet Interface - Rev3 - UL
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Suitability
DHCP compatible
(fixed IP recommended)
Connect over LAN, WAN or VPN
**IMPORTANT - THIS IS A NETWORK DEVICE**
Please contact your IT Administrator before installing this product.
**WARNING**
The TCP/IP ethernet interface is powered through its 25 way D-type connector.
Do NOT apply power to the jack socket
Wire data pairs and screen/spare cores as per label.
Use 120 Ohm termination resistors if this unit is at
the end of the line.
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R e la y Relay
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N.C.
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Contact
Contact
InputInputs
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C A U T IO N : for 1 2 v d. c . re a de rs only. F or
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ins truc tions .
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0v
0V
Exit
Exit
0v
0V
PSU
PSU
5v
12v
OK
PS U
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Tx
Rx
Ta mpe r
Orange
Orange
C onta c t
4
0V
Tamper Tamper
R e la y 2
White/Orange 3
White/Orange
R e la y 1
Green
Green
0v
Alarm Output
4
2
2
3
+12v
Alarm Output
24898 00000
1
White/Green
+V out
3
White/Green
Red LED
R ed
PLACE SERIAL
NUMBER
123456
LABEL HERE
Network
N e twork
CAT5 cable coding
C AT 5 c a ble c oding
from network cable
rown
AmberBLED
Serial number
241821
Test ID: 012345678901
z-1440
http://paxton.info/107
Screen or spare cores from
Screen orcable
spare cores
network
1
r a ng e
GreenOLED
G re e n
Ye llow
Clock/D1
Data/D0
B lue
M a uv e
Clock
K e ypa d 1
Data
Keypad 1
Load
Yellow
B la c k/W hite
Mauve
0V out
Black/White
Orange
0V out
Blue
Media Detect
Brown
Media Detect
R ea der 1
Reader 1
Clock/D1
Yellow
Caution: For 12V d.c readers only. For correct
connection of old 5V readers refer to
instructions
Amber LED
12V
Reader 2
2
Net2Reader
classic
Keypad 2
Brown
Data/D0
Green
B rown
Ye llow
Keypad 2
Red LED
Red 12v dc
Green LED
Orange
Load
Data
+V out
ClockO ra nge
White/Orange
12V
Green
White
White/Green
Black
Screen/Spare Cores
0V
To next ACU
12V DC power
supply
The interface plugs directly
into the TCP/IP Ethernet
network via a standard RJ45
connection box
**IMPORTANT**
Apply power to the unit after connecting the
RJ45 plug to a network point.
This device requires Net2 v4.07 or later to operate.
(also supplied with this unit) Earlier Net2 software
is not compatible with this unit.
All interconnecting devices must be UL Listed.
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Options
Part number
Description
655-861-US
Net2 RS485 TCP/IP ethernet interface
This unit is for Indoor use only
The Net2 RS485 TCP/IP Ethernet Interface is a unit which allows a Net2 data line to be controlled from a PC
running the Net Server across a TCP/IP Ethernet network.
The Net2 dataline should be two twisted pairs - CAT5 or Belden 8723.
Remote Site 2
Remote Site 1
0V
Black
White
12V
Orange
Green
Screen/Spare Cores
White/Green
White/Orange
Orange
White/Orange
12V
Green
White
White/Green
Black
Screen/Spare Cores
0V
TCP/IP Network
LAN/WAN
RS485 dataline
Power
Relay 1
Relay 2
Inputs
Power
Relay 1
Relay 2
Com
0v
0v
Inputs
Exit
0v
0v
Relay 1
N.O.
Com
N.C.
3
Relay 2
Serial number
241821
Power
Brown
Red
Green
Orange
5v
OK
12v
PSU
+12v
N.C.
N.O.
24898 00000
Com
Alarm Output
0v
Contact
4
0v
Inputs
Power
Relay 1
Relay 2
Inputs
N.O.
Contact
4
Power
24898 00000
Relay 1
N.O.
Com
N.C.
3
Relay 2
Serial number
241821
Inputs
Brown
Orange
Red
Green
Orange
White/Orange
4
Exit
0v
Tamper
PSU
5v
OK
12v
PSU
Tx
Rx
Exit
5v
OK
12v
PSU
Tamper
3
PSU
Contact
Tamper
Relay 2
Green
Relay 1
2
0v
N.C.
Network
0v
CAT5 cable coding
White/Green
5v
OK
Test ID: 012345678901
4
1
+12v
PSU
Screen or spare cores
from network cable
0v
Exit
12v
PSU
CAUTION: for 12v d.c. readers only. For
correct connection of old 5v readers, refer to
instructions.
Inputs
4
Blue
Orange
Keypad 1
24898 00000
Brown
Yellow
0v
Contact
Yellow
Reader 1
3
Black/White
Alarm Output
0v
Alarm Output
Reader 2
z-1440
Mauve
Yellow
Blue
N.O.
Mauve
Orange
N.C.
Tx
Rx
Serial number
241821
Green
Yellow
Com
Keypad 2
Red 12v dc
Brown
Orange
Exit
Brown
Red
Green
Orange
5v
OK
12v
PSU
PC running Net2 software
N.O.
Com
Tamper
Orange
Contact
4
Brown
PSU
Exit
Tamper
Black/White
White/Orange
Relay 2
Green
Relay 1
White/Green
2
3
0v
0v
Network
1
0v
CAT5 cable coding
Exit
Tamper
N.O.
Com
Contact
PSU
Screen or spare cores
from network cable
CAUTION: for 12v d.c. readers only. For
correct connection of old 5v readers, refer to
instructions.
Power
Relay 1
Relay 2
CAUTION: for 12v d.c. readers only. For
correct connection of old 5v readers, refer to
instructions.
24898 00000
Test ID: 012345678901
CAUTION: for 12v d.c. readers only. For
correct connection of old 5v readers, refer to
instructions.
3
Blue
Yellow
4
CAUTION: for 12v d.c. readers only. For
correct connection of old 5v readers, refer to
instructions.
Serial number
241821
Tamper
Keypad 1
24898 00000
Brown
Yellow
Orange
Contact
Reader 1
3
Black/White
0v
0v
N.C.
Alarm Output
Reader 2
z-1440
Mauve
Com
Brown
Blue
N.O.
Yellow
N.C.
Mauve
Green
Yellow
Black/White
Orange
Brown
Orange
Tx
Rx
Keypad 2
Red 12v dc
0v
N.O.
Com
Exit
+12v
Relay 2
Orange
0v
N.O.
Com
Tamper
Relay 1
4
+12v
N.C.
Network
PSU
CAT5 cable coding
White/Orange
Brown
Test ID: 012345678901
Keypad 1
Green
Red
Green
Orange
Blue
Yellow
Reader 1
z-1440
White/Green
2
3
Diagnostic LEDs
Brown
1
0v
0v
Yellow
Exit
N.C.
Reader 2
Screen or spare cores
from network cable
Tamper
+12v
Mauve
Serial number
241821
Tx
Tamper
Rx
Exit
Relay 2
Relay 1
Orange
Contact
White/Orange
4
Brown
Yellow
Orange
Contact
Network
3
CAT5 cable coding
Green
Brown
Test ID: 012345678901
Keypad 1
2
Red
Green
Orange
Yellow
Reader 1
z-1440
White/Green
Mauve
Black/White
Alarm Output
Reader 2
Screen or spare cores
from network cable
1
5v
OK
Tamper
Brown
Blue
Yellow
Mauve
Black/White
Brown
Black/White
Orange
Mauve
Yellow
Tx
Rx
Blue
Orange
Exit
Green
Yellow
Relay 2
Keypad 2
Red 12v dc
Brown
Orange
Relay 1
Orange
Contact
4
N.O.
Com
N.C.
Network
White/Orange
CAT5 cable coding
Green
Blue
0v
12v
PSU
Test ID: 012345678901
Keypad 1
White/Green
2
3
N.C.
0v
4
Yellow
Reader 1
z-1440
1
Green
Yellow
Contact
Reader 2
Screen or spare cores
from network cable
Brown
Orange
Black/White
24898 00000
Tamper
Brown
Blue
Yellow
Mauve
Brown
Black/White
Orange
Mauve
Black/White
Yellow
Tx
Rx
Blue
Orange
Exit
Green
Yellow
Relay 2
Keypad 2
Red 12v dc
Brown
Orange
Relay 1
Orange
Contact
4
Keypad 2
Red 12v dc
0v
N.O.
Com
Alarm Output
Network
White/Orange
CAT5 cable coding
Green
+12v
N.C.
3
Keypad 1
White/Green
2
3
Orange
Serial number
241821
Test ID: 012345678901
Reader 1
z-1440
Screen or spare cores
from network cable
1
Brown
Reader 2
Red
Green
Orange
Yellow
Brown
Brown
Blue
Mauve
Black/White
Yellow
Yellow
Blue
Orange
Mauve
Green
Yellow
Black/White
Orange
Keypad 2
Red 12v dc
Brown
Orange
CAUTION: for 12v d.c. readers only. For
correct connection of old 5v readers, refer to
instructions.
RS485 dataline
Led Key
- Channel Status
- Diagnostic (red)
- Duplex (yellow = Half : green = Full)
- Speed (yellow = 10 Mb : green = 100 Mb)
- Power LED
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Installation and test
The unit is supplied in a plastic housing which should be fixed to the surface with suitable fasteners; four screws
and wall plugs are provided for this in the fitting kit. Also provided are cable ties to secure the cabling and 2
smaller screws for the lid.
Fitting Kit
Part number
Fitting Kit fk1-039
Description
(2) Cable tie
(4)120 ohm resistor
Fitting Kit fk1-056
(3) Cable tie
(4) No8 x 1 woodscrew - zinc
(4) Wall plugs
(2) No6 x 1/2 self tapping screw - zinc
This unit is for supplemental use only, and is to be employed as a programming/downloading/monitoring tool only.
The ACUs will continue to operate in a 'standalone' mode if the PC is shut down or the dataline is disconnected.
Any Events that occur during this period are stored in the ACU and the PC is updated when it comes back on line.
NOTE: The PC must be running for any 'active' functions to operate. (e.g. Fire Door release)
DATA LINE - This must be wired as a single daisy chain. The converter may be located anywhere along the line.
END OF LINE TERMINATION - 120 ohm resistors must be linked across each data pair at the beginning AND end of
the line. This can be done on many units with a switch or jumpers. If not, resistors are provided with the converter.
You can also refer to: FAQ Section of this document
: AN1012 - Installing a Net2 control unit < http://paxton.info/48 >
: AN1040 - Installing the Net2 dataline < http://paxton.info/877 >
90% of installation faults are caused by wiring errors on the RS485 data line.
Special attention to this area can save time and effort.
TCP/IP interface
Termination
Reader
Control
unit
Termination
All interconnecting devices must be UL Listed.
Power Supply
The power must be provided via a separate 12V DC supply, a UL Listed Access Control (or Burglar Alarm),
Class 2 , Power-Limited, power source capable of 4 hours standby must be employed. This is wired into
the 0V and 12V terminals and the cable secured with the cable ties provided.
Wiring methods shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA70), local codes, and the
authorities having jurisdiction.
Maintenance
Following the completed installation of this equipment, no further maintenance or testing is required.
It is advisable to ensure that any third party backup power supplies or recovery procedures are checked regularly
to ensure that the operation of the Paxton system is not compromised.
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When connecting to a LAN
The IP address should be assigned a fixed value, or a DHCP reservation. Unreserved IP addresses issued by DHCP
servers are not guaranteed to be constant, leading to potential failure of PC to Net2 bridge communications.
Run the Net2 Server Configuration Utility (Start/Programs/Net2) and Click on TCP/IP nodes.
Click on;Detect and the MAC address of the device(s) will appear in the table. You must then use the "IP address
configuration" tab to manually assign the IP address, subnet mask and gateway.
Be aware that if the IP address that you give the device is not in the same IP range as the PC, the device will no
longer respond until you connect to it with a PC that is in the same IP range.
Some firewall/virus protection software and other wireless hardware can block the IP detection process. Disable
these and try to detect the device again. Please contact Technical Support if you require further advice.
If you detect the MAC address but the device now shows 'Not Responding', you must check the IP address, to
make sure it is still in range with the PC or network. If it is not, you should either change the IP address of
the PC or the IP address of the device so they are both again in the same range. Our Technical team can talk
you through this if you need help.
If the MAC address does not appear when you click;Detect, ensure that the following ports are open on all
devices between this unit and the Net2 PC:9999
TCP
10001
TCP
30718
UDP
If you still cannot detect the MAC address of the device, call our Technical Support Help line.
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When connecting to a WAN or different subnet mask
If you are connecting this device to a remote subnet which is different from the Net2 software PC, the standard
detect mechanism cannot work across the network routers between them. The IP address, along with the correct
subnet mask and gateway for the remote subnet have to be set. Either do this on the local subnet with the
existing Net2 PC, or use a PC on the remote subnet once the device is installed.
The PC that has the Net2 server installed must be able to access the IP address range on the WAN/remote site.
This may require the routers and gateways to be configured between the networks. Again, this would be done by
the Network administrator of that site. Make sure the ports listed above are open on all intermediate routers.
Once installed, create a record with the;Add button (if none was created during initial set up) and you should then
be able to detect its MAC by entering the IP address in the Configuration screen Ping box.
Naming TCP/IP Ethernet interfaces
The rename button can be used to give an interface a meaningful name in the system. This can be especially
useful when more than one interface is used, as the name will appear in the doors screen within Net2 showing
which ACUs are connected to which dataline, helping in any future fault finding process.
TCP/IP Loopback test
The following test should be run if there are problems setting up the IP configuration of the interface. This test
sends data to the device and checks this against the data it receives back. This confirms that the network is
working correctly.
The Net2 server program must be shut down during this test.
Remove any wires from the RS485 data line connector and create a hardwired data loop as follows. Connect the
Orange to White/Green and Green to White/Orange. To run the test, click the Loopback button in the advanced
section of the Server Config Utility/TCP/IP Nodes. If the test fails, connect the unit directly to the PC with a
crossover cable and test it again. Should this still fail, please call Technical Support for further advice.
Cable Specification
Use
Max length
Type
RS485 Data Line
1000 yds
2 x twisted pairs - Belden 8723 or Cat5 equivalent
NOTE: Where selected, any equivalent cabling / wire must be ' UL Listed '
FCC Compliance
Class B digital devices.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
-- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
-- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
-- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Class A digital devices.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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Technical Help
Here is the list of topics about this product that receive the most technical support inquiries.
We list them here to help you speed up the installation and trouble shooting process.
1 - Cannot detect ACU via a TCP/IP interface.
Q1.
Q
Q2.
Q3.
Ensure that the TCP/IP interface is listed in the Net2 Configuration Utility, and it responds
when PINGed from the utility. We recommend that a static IP address is used.
If the interface is responding, try a loopback test. (See Loopback section)
The Net2 data line should be checked for resistance readings.
2 - Cannot detect TCP/IP interface.
Q1.
Q2.
Q3.
Q4.
Q5.
Q6.
Q7.
Within the Net2 Configuration Utility, click Detect to search for the TCP/IP interfaces.
Power the device down and ensure it is connected to the network, then power it up again.
Check the LED's to ensure there is network activity and confirm the server is connected.
If they have a firewall running, make sure the ports are not blocked. (see port list)
Ensure the TCP/IP interface and server PC are on the same subnet.
PING the IP address. If it is being used over a WAN/VLAN then add it manually.
Check the unit with a Loopback test (see previous section).
3 - TCP/IP via a crossover cable.
QTo communicate directly from the Network connection of a PC to a TCP/IP interface, a
Qcrossover cable will be required. If the unit does not detect the presence of a DHCP server
Qit will default to an IP address in the range 169.254.X.X.
QCheck the IP address of the network card of your PC by typing IPCONFIG at the command
Qprompt. Detect the TCP/IP interface through the Net2 Configuration Utility and change the
QIP address of the interface to an address similar to that of your machine. For example, if
Qthe IP address of the PC is 192.168.10.7, change the IP address of the TCP/IP interface to
Q192.168.10.8. Once the IP address of the interface has been changed into the range of the
QPC then Net2 will be able to communicate with it.
4 - Can we use a DHCP IP address?
QThe Ethernet interface does support DHCP, but for more reliable communication, a static IP
Qaddress should be reserved for the unit. Some network servers issue different DHCP
Qaddresses each time they are restarted. This then requires the Net2 interface to be
Qmanually set up again - a time consuming process for the user.
Specifications
Min
Electrical
Max
12V DC
Voltage
250 mA
Current
Min
Max
ACU per dataline
1
200
Max 500 per system
Datalines per PC
1
100
Net2 v4.14
10 Mbits/s
100 Mbits/s
Environment
Ethernet network speed
200 kbits/s
Ethernet bandwidth requirement
Yes
DHCP support (fixed IP recommended)
115.2 kbits/s
RS485 network speed
Operating temperature
Waterproof
Dimensions
-20 °C ( -4 °F )
+55 °C ( + 131 °F )
NO - If used externally, it must be protected in a plastic weatherproof housing
Width
Height
Depth
7 inch
7 inch
2 inch
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