INSTALLATION GUIDE RBH FR-360 ver. B PROXIMITY READER

INSTALLATION GUIDE RBH FR-360 ver. B PROXIMITY READER
INSTALLATION GUIDE
RBH FR-360 ver. B PROXIMITY READER
This Installation Guide is intended for experienced installing technicians. It is a basic reference to ensure all
connections are properly made. See the appropriate Product Manual for detailed information on installing
RBH Proximity Readers. These documents may be downloaded from the RBH Access Technologies, Inc.
website found at www.rbh-access.com; under Downloads.
Cable Requirements
All readers operate at up to 500 feet (152 m) of cable, using six-conductor (single
LED) or seven-conductor (dual LED), shielded, stranded cable. Per the Security
Industry Association’s Wiegand specification, AWG 24 (such as Belden 9537) is the
minimum gauge required for data transfer in a 500-foot run length. However, the
proper wire gauge to use must be determined by the current draw requirements of
the reader, the length of the cable run, and the voltage applied to the reader.
If the reader is to be operated at 5 VDC, 5 VDC must be available at the reader
(long cable runs have a voltage drop due to the resistance in the cable). A larger
gauge of wire (having less resistance) or a separate power supply near the reader
may be required to ensure 5 VDC is available at the reader.
Output Formats
Wiegand (industry standard 26-bit Wiegand and custom Wiegand formats)
Grounding
Shield (drain) continuity must run from the reader to the access panel. Shield
(drain) and reader ground must be tied together at the access panel and connect to
an earth ground at one point.
Power
A reader may be powered by the access panel, so the reader is powered on when
the access panel is powered on. However the best case is to power the reader by
a separate, linear power supply. Voltage: typically 5 to 14 VDC
RBH-FR-360
Mullion mount Proximity Reader, Can be
mounted over single gang electrical box with
optional adaptor.
Mounting
Use two #6 screws. Non corroding screws recommended for outdoor installations.
FR-360 Reader Mounting
FR-360 Reader Mounting with faceplate adaptor
0.92” (23mm)
0.56” (14mm)
1.85” (47mm)
Sounder opening
1.53” (39mm)
5.5” (140 mm)
1.1” (28mm)
2.33” (59mm) 0.4” (10mm)
3.3” (84mm)
1.1” (28mm)
Faceplate Adaptor
4.5” (114mm)
Reader
Reader
Cable opening 0.5” (12mm)
2.33” (59mm) 0.4” (10mm)
3.3” (84mm)
0.8” (20mm) 0.92” (23mm)
Sounder opening
0.6” (15mm)
3.05” (78mm)
Faceplate Adaptor
ADDITIONAL PARTS (ORDER SEPARATELY)
WIEGAND INTERFACE COLOR CODE
RBH-FR-360-PLATE
Mounting adaptor allows
installation of FR-360 reader
over North American or
European style electrical single
gang boxes
RBH-FR-360-PLUGS
Replacement set of screw cover
plugs for FR-360 reader.
Orange
Not Used*
Brown
Green LED Control
Blue
Sounder
Green
Data 0
White
Data 1
Red
Power +
Black
Power -, Ground
Silver
Shield, drain
Troubleshooting:
*See “Dual LED Control” document
Problem: The reader does not recognize a card/tag (no beep, no LED flash)
Possible cause:
Corrective action:
1
One or more of the reader’s wiring
connections are incorrect
Power down the reader/access panel and verify the wiring connection are correct for the reader/
access panel combination.
2
The reader is not receiving proper power
Verify the voltage supplied to the reader is between 5 and 14 VDC
3
The reader is mounted too close to a device
that radiates electromagnetic interference
Devices such as computer monitors radiate electromagnetic interference that affects read range.
When possible, relocate either the reader or the device to provide greater separation between them
4
You are using an incorrect type of card
Make sure you are using an access card that is compatible with the reader
Problem: The reader has a short read range
Possible cause:
Corrective action:
1
The reader/access panel is not properly
grounded
Ensure there is a quality earth ground connection made to the access panel. Refer to the access
panel’s documentation for information regarding the earth ground connection
2
The reader cable’s shield wire has opened
somewhere between the reader and the
access panel
Verify the shield line from the access panel to the reader is one continuous, connected line. Check
the access panel’s manual to verify the shield line is correctly connected to the access panel
3
The reader is mounted too close to a device
that radiates electromagnetic interference
Devices such as computer monitors radiate electromagnetic interference that affects read range.
When possible, relocate either the reader or the device to provide greater separation between them
4
The power supply is generating
electromagnetic interference
The power supply on the access panel must be a regulated, linear supply. Do not use switching
supplies as they are often sources of electromagnetic interference
NOTE: The user is cautioned that making changes not approved by RBH Access Technologies may void the user’s authority to use this equipment. Design and
specifications are subject to change without notice. Products covered by patent number 6,611,198, 6,411,199 and D417,443. Other patents pending may apply.
All RBH Proximity Readers are compliant with following regulations
(FCC ID # RBH-125PROXFR)
FCC Compliance Statement: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
CE (0984) Compliance Statement:
Product can be used without license conditions or restrictions in all European Union countries, including Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland,
Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, as well as other non-EU countries, including Iceland, Norway, and Switzerland
Head Office
Europe
USA
RBH Access Technologies, Inc.
ARAS & RBH Security Group Ltd.
RBH USA, Inc.
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F3 Enterprise Way, Vale Business Park
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Brampton, ON Canada
Evesham, Worcestershire UK
Mahwah, NJ 07430
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Tel. +1-905-790-1515
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Fax. +44(0)-1386-425811
Tel. 201-663-9070
Toll free : 877-251-3550
Fax. 201-891-3420
info@rbh-access.com
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© RBH Access Technologies, Inc. 2009
04299-001 Rev C
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