LCD Keypad ELK-M1KP

LCD Keypad ELK-M1KP
LCD Keypad
ELK-M1KP
APPLICATION
The ELK-M1KP is an addressable LCD Keypad for the M1 Cross
Platform Controls. It features a 32 character back lighted display with
adjustable intensity and extra large character fonts for ease of readability. The M1KP includes a plug-in connector on the back for adding an
internal proximity reader (ELK-M1PR) or for interfacing to virtually any
external 26 bit Wiegand compatible proximity reader. Prox cards/fobs
can be used for touchless arming, disarming, door strike control, etc.
FEATURES
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Large, Easy to Read Characters
Back lighted with Adjustable Intensity
Removable Hinged Door
Programmable Function Keys (6)
Unique Menu Navigation/Direction Keys
Operates on 4-Wires (M1 Data Bus)
Adjustable Beep Tone and Volume
Accepts Plug-in Proximity Card Reader (Optional)
Input for 1 Supervised Zone
One Programmable Voltage Output
Exit, Stay, Chime, and Bypass Keys
SPECIFICATIONS
Input Connection: 6 Pin Plug-in "Flying Lead" Connector Included
Prox Connection: 5 Pin Plug-in "Flying Lead" Connector (optional ELK-WO35A required for external prox reader)
Color: Glacier White
Operating Voltage: 13.8 VDC
Current Draw: 40 - 50 mA Idle (low back light level, sounder silent)
160 mA Fully Active (max. back light & sounder active)
! Size: 6.875" W x 5.25" H x 1.375 D
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Features and Specifications subject to change without notice.
Hookup Diagram for Keypad
(see M1 Instruction Manual and back of this sheet for multiple Keypad hookups.)
Splice 6 Pin Keypad Wiring Assembly to the Data Bus cable using ELK-900-2 "B" Connectors.
BLACK
Data Bus Cable
CAT5 or CAT6 Recommended
WHITE
GREEN
See Note about
Data Bus
Termination
ELK-M1KP
Keypad
Wiring
Assembly
Keypad 1
1
RED
BLUE
The optional Zone Input # or Output # is
determined by the Keypad Address.
6
BROWN
To Red (Pos) Wire
To Brown Wire
+
-
Load (50mA max)
i.e. Relay, LED
NOTE: The first batch of M1KP Keypads provided a switched
negative (pull to ground) output. Connect per diagram above.
These units have the letter "E" at the end of the ID number on
the lower back side of the board. EG: PC096E Boards with a
letter "F" or later provide the output as a switched positive.
To BROWN Wire
To BLACK (Neg) Wire
+
-
Load (50mA max)
I.E. LED, Relay
Optional programmable Output from Keypad
To BLUE Wire
N.C. N.O.
To BLACK (Neg) Wire
2200
Ohm
EOL
Optional programmable Zone Input from Keypad
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KP
Zone Output
Address #
#
1
193
193
2
194
194
3
195
195
4
196
196
5
197
197
6
198
198
7
199
199
8
200
200
KP
Zone Output
Address #
#
9
201
201
10
202
202
11
203
203
12
204
204
13
205
205
14
206
206
15
207
207
16
208
208
INSTALLATION AND ENROLLMENT OF ELK-M1KP KEYPAD
Ideal keypad mounting height is 50-58 inches above the floor. Select a location with an ambient temperature range between 32° and 120°
F (0° to +49° C). Avoid direct sunlight if possible. Keypads operate on the M1 data bus, which uses 4-wires. However, CAT5 or CAT6 eight
(8) conductor is recommended for all data bus cables. The extra wires are for data return paths. NOTE: See pages 12 and 13 in the M1
Installation Manual for important information about Data Bus termination when multiple homerun cables are installed. DO NOT SPLICE
OR CONNECT WIRE WITH CONTROL POWER ON. Minimum cabling should be four conductor 22 or 24 gauge. Maximum resistance per
wire is 25 Ohms. Device placement beyond 1000' is not recommended.
1. Fasten mounting plate to electrical box (or directly to wall) using flat head screws to prevent shorts to the back of the circuit board.
2. Splice the Black, Red, White, and Green wires of the plug-in connector to the data bus cable. Plug connector into keypad. Tuck wires
neatly into back plate and install Keypad on mounting plate.
Setting the Data Bus Address and Enrolling Device(s) into the System
Keypads and expander devices communicate with the M1 over the RS-485 4-wire data bus. Each device must have a unique address
setting (from 1 to 16) within it's device type. Keypads are device TYPE 1, input (zone) expanders TYPE 2, output expanders TYPE 3, etc.
The purpose of device types is so that the address numbers can be re-used in each different device type. It is OK to have a Keypad, a
Zone Expander, and a Output Expander all set to address 2 and on the same data bus since each device is a different device type.
It is NOT OK to have duplications of addresses within the same device type. I.E. Multiple keypads on the same control cannot be
set to 'like' addresses.
SETTING THE ADDRESS: From the factory all keypads are set to address 1. Valid keypad addresses are 1 to 4 for the ELK-M1, or 1 to
16 for the ELK-M1G. The first keypad on the system (Keypad 1) is automatically enrolled upon power up. Each additional keypad must
be assigned a unique address and then manually enrolled from “Menu 1 - Bus Module Enrollment”. (See M1 Instruction Manual, Menu
01, for complete instructions on Bus Module Enrollment)
1. Press and hold the " * " key, followed by the F5 key . HOLD BOTH keys pressed for 5-10 seconds or until the LCD displays:
Exit when done. F1 Set Addr. (This is Keypad setup mode)
NOTE: This mode may also be accessed by removing power from the keypad (unplugging the data bus cable) and then
applying power while holding any key pressed.
Effective with firmware version 2.1.42 or higher it is
2. Press the F1 key to display the current address setting.
possible to access the keypad setup mode by just
3. Set the desired address by entering a number from 1 to X.
pressing and holding the "*" key for 10 seconds.
4. Press the Exit key when done.
ENROLLING:
1. Press the ELK key, then press 9 (or scroll up) to display 9 - Installation Programming. Press the RIGHT
arrow key to select this menu. The Installer Program Code (PIN) must be entered to access this menu.
2. Enter the Installer Program Code. (See M1 Manual for the default Code)
3. The first Installer Programming menu displayed will be "Bus Module Enrollment"
4. Press the RIGHT arrow key to select this menu. "Enrolling Bus Modules" will display
5. The M1 transmit an enrollment message to all data bus devices, following by a display showing the total
Bus Modules that are enrolled. To view the enrolled devices and/or remove a device press the RIGHT arrow
key next to the word Edit.
6. Press the * or Exit keys to exit Installer Programming.
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Data Bus E.O.L. Termination is Very Important
ELK-M1KP
RS-485 DATA BUS
+VKP
DATA A
DATA B
NEG
EGND
J2
J1
-
NEG
DATA B
DATA A
+12V
DATA BUS
JP3 Teminating Jumper
(Located beneath cover)
RE: Data Bus Termination Note
RS-485 Data Bus (Max. length is 4000 ft.
Max. bus devices vary by control.)
Keypad 1
ELK-M1XIN
ELK-M1KP
Keypad 2
RED
GREEN
ELK-M1XOV
WHITE
DO NOT Jumper
Terminate these devices.
Jumper
Terminate
these two
devices.
ELK-M1KP
Keypad 3
BLACK
DATA BUS TERMINATION IS VERY IMPORTANT!!
Ideal setup is 2 home run cables (4 wire) with daisy chained devices along each. The last device on each cable MUST have
a Terminating resistor installed (activated) via the gold 2 pin header/jumpers marked JP2 on keypads, JP1 on expanders.
Place a black shorting cap (see hardware pack) onto the 2 gold pins to install a 120 Ohm resistor across data lines A & B.
NOTE: Place a shorting cap on JP3 of Main Board it there is only 1 data bus cable. See diagrams on multiple cables.
WARNING! The RS485 Data Bus must NEVER have more that two (2) terminating resistors
header/jumpers installed. Reliability and response will be negatively affected!
Temporary Connection "Plug-in" jacks for RS-485 Data Bus (J1 & J2)
Local connection for Data Bus Devices ie: Keypads, etc. for testing purposes only.
Diagram for Daisy Chain Connection of Data Bus Devices Using Two (2) Home Run Cables
The ideal way to connect multiple home run cables is with an ELK-M1DBH Data Bus Hub. It accepts CAT5 or CAT6 cable with RJ45 plugs on the ends.
It does all the work of series connecting the DATA lines A & B and provides a clean, organized management of the data bus wires.
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KEYPAD INTERNAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Every standard ELK-M1KP has a built-in temperature sensor, which detects the surrounding ambient temperature. The sensor
temperature may be displayed on the LCD, and read from another keypad or the telephone remote control. It may also be used with
the Elk-RP Whenever/And/Then Rules to automatically cause an action or control something. i.e., a fan, pump, light, etc.
Viewing a Keypad temperature sensor reading
1. To view a keypad temperature sensor press the ELK key once (enter code if prompted), then press the RIGHT arrow to select the
View/Control Automation menu.
2. Press the 5 key (or scroll up) to display: 4-Keypad Temperature, then press the RIGHT arrow key.
3. The first Keypad (Keypad 01 will be displayed along with its Name, Keypad Number, and Temperature.
4. Additional Keypad Temperature sensors (if any) may be displayed by entering the 2 digit Keypad number OR by scrolling with the
UP or DOWN arrow keys. To exit from this menu press the * key.
Using a Keypad temperature reading in a Rule to create an action or output
The following is an example of an ELK-RP Whenever/And/Then Rule to automatically turn on Output 3 (controlling a Fan, etc.) for 10
minutes whenever the Keypad temperature reading exceeds 90 degrees.
1. Start RP and open an account. Click the Automation tab and the Rules tab followed by New.
2. Click Trigger, then point to Time Occurrence, then Every X Seconds, and then click to select. **
3. In the block beside the words Fixed Value, type in 30 and click OK.
4. Click And, follwed by Temperature which is located near the bottom of the drop down list.
5. Highlight the Keypad temperature sensor (by name), click the Greater than button, and change the temperature selection number
to 90. Make sure the button beside F is selected, and click OK.
6. Click Then, followed by Turn Output On/Off. Highlight Output 3 (use the scroll down arrow), make sure the button beside Turn on
is selected, then select the box labeled For. Highlight the hrs:mins:secs window and enter 00:10:00 (10 minutes). Click OK.
Double check everything and click Done.
7. The completed Rule should resemble the example below.
** Numerous triggers may be used for a temperature type rule, i.e., time occurence, arming of the security system, opening of a zone, etc. However,
the M1 does not allow a temperature reading to be used as a trigger. This helps prevent a false activation "runaway" that could occur simple because
the temperature has fluctuated by a degree or fraction of a degree. Instead, the AND command is used to compare or "test" a temperature sensor
reading against a target value, each time the trigger occurs. The target value is programmable and the compare options are "Equal to, Not equal to,
Less than, and Greater than". The "Equal to" is not recommended as a compare opton because it may be impossible for a temperature reading to be
exactly at the target value when the trigger occurs.
TEMPERATURE READING ADJUSTMENT If the Keypad internal temperature sensor appears to read higher or lower than other room
thermostats/thermometers, it may be due to the Keypad mounting location, the room conditions, or the installation of a optional Mini
Prox Reader (ELK-M1PR). The Keypad has an adjustment procedure which allows compensation for these conditions.
1. Press and hold the " * " key, followed by the F5 key . HOLD BOTH keys pressed for 5-10 seconds or until the LCD displays
Exit when done. F1 Set Addr. (This is Keypad setup mode)
NOTE: This mode may also be accessed by removing power from the keypad (unplugging the data bus cable) and then
applying power while holding any key pressed.
2. Press the F2 key and the LCD will display: Temperature Degrees F = XX.X (This is the current temperature)
3. Use the UP or DOWN arrow keys to adjust the current temperature display until it approximates the desired setting. Each press of
the arrow keys changes the setting by approximately 3 tenths of a degree (00.3) It may not be possible to end up exactly on an even
temperature setting.
4. Press the Exit key twice do return back to the regular operation mode.
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INSTALLATION OF OPTIONAL ELK-M1PR INTERNAL PROXIMITY CARD READER
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn Off the M1 Master Power Switch.
Remove the M1KP Keypad from its mounting plate, disconnect the 6 pin data bus cable, and place face down on a soft surface.
Locate the 1" mounting hole in the lower left corner and the 5 pin male connector marked J2 to the right of the mounting hole.
Position the M1PR in the 1" mounting hole with its 5 wire female cable facing towards connector J2 on the keypad circuit board.
Gently lift up on the 5 wire cable, then bend the white plug down to form a slight arch in the wires. SEE DETAIL A. This will shorten
the cable enough that it can be plugged into connector J2.
6. Reconnect the 6 pin data bus cable to connector J1 and install the keypad onto its mounting plate.
7. Turn On the M1 Master Power Switch and follow the instructions for enrolling cards or fobs
Detail A
Bend (arch) the 5 wires from the M1PR wiring plug as
shown. This provides space between the plug and the
connector (J2) so that they may be attached.
ELK-M1KP LCD Keypad
M1PR Wiring Plug
Back (Circuit) Side of Keypad
J2
J1
ELK-M1PR
Six (6) conductor plug-in data bus cable
(4 wires got to the M1 Control, 1 is a zone
input and 1 is a programmable output).
J2
J2
Connector
J1
ELK-M1PR
Built-in Temperature Sensor If the Keypad local temperature reads
too high after installation of the M1PR Mini Prox Reader, it may be
necessary to adjust the keypad temperature reading to compensate
for the added heat produced by the M1PR. Refer to the M1KP
Instructions or contact ELK Technical Support.
Detail C
An ELK-106055 External Prox Reader may be connected to the ELK-M1KP
Keypad instead of the optional ELK-M1PR Internal Mini Prox Reader. This
requires an ELK-WO35A Cable Assembly (purchased separately). Splice wires
as indicated, and plug cable into connector J2. NOTE: The M1KP is also
compatible with many other brands of 26 bit Wiegand compatible readers.
Red (+12 VDC)
Black (Neg)
White (Data 1)
Brown (+5 VDC)
ELK-M1PR
Note: Earlier version
keypads do not have the
newer (white) polarized J2
jack. For these type
keypads; the small
polarizing tabs need to be
cut off so the connector will
fit onto the J2 jack.
Green (Data 0)
Detail B
ELK-WO35A Cable Assembly
Red (+12VDC)
White (Data 1)
Black (Neg)
Green (Data 0)
ELK-106055
External
Prox Reader or
other brand (26
bit Wiegand)
compatible
reader.
Brown
If ext. Prox Reader requires 5 VDC then connect the brown
wires instead of the red wires. Insulate any unused wires.
ENROLLING PROX CARDS AND FOBS
Prox cards/fobs are enrolled into a User Code location using the same procedures used to add/change User Code PINs.
1. Press the ELK key, then press the 6 key (or scroll up) to display 6 - Change User Codes. Press the RIGHT arrow key to select this
menu. A Master user code (PIN) must be entered to gain access to this menu.
2. Enter the three digit number of the desired User Code location (001 to 099) or use the UP or DOWN arrow keys to scroll through
the codes. Then select CHG by pressing the RIGHT arrow key.
3. The keypad will display any existing 4 or 6 digit code that is programmed for this user along with any programmed name.
4. Place a new (not previously enrolled) prox card/fob near the Keypad's right speaker grill, just below the Stay key. The read range is
approximately 1/8" to 3/8" from the front surface. If accepted the Keypad will beep 3 times and display the card/fob 12 digit ID.
5. If the card/fob is rejected, a low error tone and Code Not Authorized, Redo will display. Causes for reject include: A. The card/fob
has already been enrolled (duplicate codes are not allowed) OR B. The facility code in the card/fob does not match the reader
facility code. A prox reader can only read cards/fobs with a matching facility code.
6. Once a prox card/fob is enrolled in a user code location, its capabilities are set by the User Code Options found in Menu 02 of the
M1 Installer Level Programming. The commonly used options are: Arm the M1 Control, Disarm the M1 Control, or Access event.
An Access event occurs when a valid prox card/fob is read at a keypad. It will not do anything unless included in a Whenever/And/
Then Rule from the Elk-RP software. An Access event can be used to create virtually any desired reaction. i.e., turn on an output, a
light, close/open a relay, etc. The following is an example of a rule which will turn on Output 003 for 10 seconds whenever a valid prox
card/fob (with Access Option enabled) is presented at Keypad 01. This output could be used to break or make power to a door strike.
WHENEVER Keypad 01 Access is Activated
THEN Turn On Output 003 for 10 seconds.
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