Wireless Keypad: TRA.PINCODE

Wireless Keypad: TRA.PINCODE
Wireless Keypad:
TRA.PINCODE
Published: December 2006
Wireless Keypad: TRA.PINCODE
Content
1.0.
1.1
1.2
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
GENERAL INFORMATION .................................................................................................................... 3
SAFETY REMARKS ..................................................................................................................................... 3
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................................. 4
FUNCTIONAL OVERVIEW .................................................................................................................... 4
FUNCTION OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................................... 4
OPERATING MODES.................................................................................................................................... 5
OPERATING ................................................................................................................................................ 5
3.0
START-UP ................................................................................................................................................... 6
4.0
PROGRAMMING PINS ............................................................................................................................ 7
4.1
4.2
4.3
5.0
5.1
5.2
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.3
7.0
7.1
7.2
8.0
8.1
8.2
FIRST START-UP ........................................................................................................................................ 7
PROGRAMMING ADDITIONAL PINS. .......................................................................................................... 7
PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................... 8
DELETING PINS........................................................................................................................................ 8
DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................................................. 8
PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................... 9
PROGRAMMING THE TRANSPONDER ............................................................................................. 9
ASSIGNMENT OF PINS AND TRANSPONDERS ............................................................................................ 9
DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................................................... 10
PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................. 11
READING TRANSPONDERS ................................................................................................................ 11
DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................................................... 11
PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................. 11
RESETTING TRANSPONDERS ........................................................................................................... 12
DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................................................... 12
PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................. 12
9.0
OPENING .................................................................................................................................................. 13
10.0
MEANING OF THE LED........................................................................................................................ 13
11.0
BATTERY WARNING ............................................................................................................................ 14
12.0
BATTERY REPLACEMENT ................................................................................................................. 14
13.0
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS ........................................................................................................................... 16
13.1
13.2
14.0
HIDDEN LOCK FOR SIMONSVOSS VDS SHUNTLOCK 3066 ...................................................................... 16
MISCELLANEOUS ..................................................................................................................................... 17
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ........................................................................................................... 17
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1.0. General information
Please read through these instructions in order to familiarize
yourself with the functions of your Wireless Keypad.
Compliance Statement (Part 15.19)
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.
Warning (Part 15.21)
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Interference Statement (Part 15.105 (b))
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 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
Industry Canada Statement per Section 4.0 of RSP-100
The term "IC:" before the certification / registration number only signifies that the Industry
Canada technical specifications were met.
Section 7.1.5 of RSS-GEN
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.
1.1
Safety Remarks
Caution! Incorrect handling of the batteries used in this product can result in the risk
of fire or burns. Do not charge, open or burn these batteries or heat them to more
than 212°F (100°C).
Make sure that the Wireless Keypad remains free of dirt and scratches; do not drop
the keypad or otherwise subject it to heavy impacts.
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Furthermore, please note that you should program the keypad with a PIN code
immediately after you start it up.
Use of a SimonsVoss Wireless Keypad requires knowledge of the use of the product
and of the SimonsVoss software. For this reason, only trained and authorized
personnel should program the Wireless Keypad.
SimonsVoss Technologies, Inc. will not accept any liability for damages caused by
incorrect programming.
If the Wireless Keypad is incorrectly programmed or is defective, access through a
door may be blocked. SimonsVoss Technologies, Inc. is not liable for the
consequences, such as blocked access to injured or endangered persons, property
damage or other damages.
The casing of the Wireless Keypad is secured with two Torx screws (TX6) for
increased security against unauthorized opening.
1.2
Product Description
The Wireless Keypad is a digital "key" (transponder), which opens SimonsVoss locks
without contact via radio transmission after the correct numerical code is entered.
To configure the system, you must first correctly configure at least one PIN and the
associated integrated transponder for the lock. The associated lock is then released
after a correct PIN has been entered.
The Wireless Keypad that you have purchased is a product that can be used both
indoors and outdoors. The product has its own power supply, so that it can be
operated self-sufficiently. Installation is simple, because no cabling is required.
This component can be seamlessly integrated into the SimonsVoss System 3060,
and, like all SimonsVoss components, it can be programmed with either LDB or LSM
software.
2.0
Functional Overview
2.1
Function Overview
The Wireless Keypad has the following components:
•
PIN code input and evaluation
•
Integrated transponder, which opens the associated SimonsVoss RF lock
when it is triggered after the PIN code has been evaluated successfully.
Consequently, the Wireless Keypad allows you to address all SimonsVoss RF locks
(Cylindrical, Mortise, and Smart Relays) using the PIN code.
Individual PIN codes can be assigned to up to 3 people or groups of people. When a
PIN is reprogrammed, only one of up to three user groups needs to be informed.
Furthermore, in the appropriate SimonsVoss locks, it is possible to grant a person or
group of people access to a building only during certain times, and to keep a record of
which PIN accessed the lock at what time.
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2.2
Operating modes
The Wireless Keypad has four distinct operating modes:
Mode:
Explanation:
Standby
The Wireless Keypad is in standby mode, and uses very little power.
Opening
After a correct PIN has been entered, the lock is addressed via radio
transmission and can be operated.
Programming
In this mode, the following can be programmed or reset:
Battery warning
2.3
•
the individual PINs (max. 3) - directly via the Keypad
•
or the associated integrated transponders (max. 3) - using the
SimonsVoss software
A multi-level battery warning system provides plenty of advance notice when it
is almost time to change the batteries.
Operating
Using the Wireless Keypad is a simple matter of entering the correct number of digits
in the correct order. If the correct PIN is entered the appropriate transponder
integrated in the keypad sends a signal to the adjacent SimonsVoss lock or
SmartRelay resulting in unlocking the door or activating the relay respectively.
Each of the three integrated transponders in the Keypad can be programmed, read,
or reset with the LDB or LSM software.
The following pages describe the procedures for using and programming the Wireless
Keypad.
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3.0
Start-up
The first time the Wireless Keypad is installed, you will need to replace the factory-set
master PIN:
12345678
with your own master PIN.
Requirement:
The new master PIN must
•
be 8 digits and
•
may not start with a "0"
Your personal master PIN is needed to authenticate all programming processes.
Choose a number that is easy for you to remember and keep it in a safe place where
it cannot be accessed by unauthorized persons.
Warning: Make sure you remember the master PIN. There is no backdoor or
manufacturer’s secret method to bypass the PIN if it is forgotten.
To change the default master PIN, follow this procedure:
Enter "0000"
Enter "1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Enter "your master PIN“
Repeat "your master PIN"
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4.0
Programming PINs
The Master PIN required for all programming procedures is defined by the user
(typically the System Administrator). Please keep this PIN safe and inaccessible to
unauthorized persons, since the Master PIN enables all reprogramming of the
Wireless Keypad.
4.1
First Start-up
For the first start-up, the safety of your lock system requires that you program at least
one PIN. Only after the Wireless Keypad has been programmed can it be guaranteed
that only authorized users receive access.
Proceed as follows:
1. Press the "0" to change to programming mode.
2. Enter the "master PIN ".
3. Select the PIN that you want to program;
in this example, press "1" for "PIN 1".
4. Enter the length of the PIN (you can choose a number with 4 to 8 digits).
5. Enter the "PIN"
6. If the input was correct, the PIN is saved and confirmed.
A PIN is not permitted to begin with "0" and you may not assign the same PIN more
than once. The master PIN is used only for programming the PIN. It is not possible to
operate locks with the master PIN.
4.2
Programming Additional PINs.
1. To program additional PINs, please proceed as follows: Press the "0" to change
to programming mode.
2. Enter the "master PIN".
3. Press
•
"2" for "PIN 2" or
•
"3" for "PIN 3".
4. Enter the length of the PIN (you can choose a number with 4 to 8 digits).
5. Enter the corresponding "PIN".
6. If the input was correct, the PIN is saved and confirmed.
It is not possible to enter programming mode when there is a battery warning.
This means that when the battery is weak, you cannot change or delete a PIN.
Programming mode will only be available again after you have successfully
changed the battery (see the section "Battery Replacement).
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4.3
Procedure
Input "0"
Input "master PIN"
Input "1
(for PIN 1)
Input "2"
(for PIN 2)
Input "3"
(for PIN 3)
Input PIN length
4, 5, 6, 7 or 8
Input "PIN"
5.0
Deleting PINs
5.1
Description
To deactivate a PIN, follow these steps:
1.
Press "0" to change to programming mode.
2.
Enter the "master PIN ".
3.
Press
•
"1" for "PIN 1" or
•
"2" for "PIN 2" or
•
"3" for "PIN 3".
4.
For the PIN length, enter "0".
5.
If the input was correct, the PIN in question is deleted.
In this way, you can deactivate one or more PINs. They can only be reactivated if you
program them again. If you do not need all the PINs, you can leave one or two
unprogrammed.
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It is not possible to enter programming mode when there is a battery warning. This
means that it is not possible to change or delete PINs when there is a weak battery.
Programming mode will only be available again after you have successfully
changed the battery (see the section "Battery Replacement).
5.2
Procedure
Input "0"
Input "master PIN"
Input "1"
(for PIN 1)
Input "2"
(for PIN 2)
Input "3"
(for PIN 3)
Input PIN length "0"
6.0
Programming the Transponder
6.1
Assignment of PINs and Transponders
•
•
•
PIN1 ⇒ Transponder 1
PIN2 ⇒ Transponder 2
PIN3 ⇒ Transponder 3
Each integrated transponder has its own transponder ID (TID); the TIDs are saved in
the SimonsVoss locks as part of the audit trail. In this way, you have a record of
which PIN was used to gain access and when.
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6.2
Description
Generally to program a transponder using the SimonsVoss software you activate the
appropriate function in the software and then it directs you to press the button on the
transponder one or more times. The Wireless Keypad acts as three separate
transponders and programming them requires a little more of a procedure. To
program the various transponders with the SimonsVoss software, please follow the
procedure described in the following (also see the appropriate SimonsVoss software
manual):
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On the Wireless Keypad, Press the "0" button twice in order to enter the
transponder programming mode.
Enter the "master PIN ". (you are now ready to program the Keypad)
Start the Transponder programming function in the SV software
When you are instructed to push the button on the transponder…
•
Press the "1" button on the Keypad for transponder #1
•
Press the "2" button on the Keypad for transponder #2
•
Press the "3" button on the Keypad for transponder #3
Please check in the user interface to see that the programming was
successful (yellow programmer flash must have been removed in the display).
In order to be able to carry out the programming without problems, please first start
the programming command in the SV software and only then select the required
transponder using the Keypad. Otherwise it is not possible to guarantee successful
programming.
The Keypad's three integrated transponders must be located in the same lock plan as
the lock that you wish to address.
It is not possible to enter programming mode when there is a battery warning. This
means that it is not possible to change or delete transponders when there is a weak
battery. Programming mode will only be available again after you have successfully
changed the battery (see the section "Battery Replacement).
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6.3
Procedure
Input "00"
Input "master PIN“
Start “Transponder programming” function in the
SV software!!!
Transponder 1 =
press "1" button
7.0
Transponder 2 =
press "2" button
Transponder 3 =
press "3" button
Reading Transponders
You can use the SimonsVoss software and configuration tool to examine the
transponders integrated in the Keypad.
7.1
Description
To examine the Keypad programming, proceed as follows:
1.
2.
Start the "Read Transponder" function in the software
For the specific transponder:
•
•
•
7.2
Transponder 1 = enter "PIN 1"
Transponder 2 = enter "PIN 2"
Transponder 3 = enter "PIN 3"
Procedure
Start the "Read out transponder"
function in the SV software
Input "PIN 1"
Input "PIN 2"
Input "PIN 3"
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8.0
Resetting Transponders
8.1
Description
To reset the transponders integrated in the Keypad, please proceed as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the "0" button twice.
Enter the master PIN.
Start the “Reset Transponder" function n the SimonsVoss software.
For the specific transponder :
•
•
•
Transponder 1 = press "1" button,
Transponder 2 = press "2" button
Transponder 3 = press "3" button
It is not possible to enter programming mode when there is a battery warning. This
means that when the battery is weak, you cannot reset a transponder.
Programming mode will only be available again after you have successfully
changed the battery (see the section "Battery Replacement).
8.2
Procedure
Input "00"
Input "00"
Input "master PIN“
Function: Start "Reset transponder" in the
SV LDB
Start the "Reset transponder" function in the SV
software
TransTranspond
ponder 2 =
er
3
=
Transponder 1 =
press "1" button
Transponder 2 =
press "2" button
Transponder 3 =
press "3" button
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9.0
Opening
In order to use the Wireless Keypad to open the appropriate lock, proceed as follows:
Enter a PIN that has already been programmed. You are not permitted to wait more
than 5 seconds between the entries of the individual numbers.
If you have entered the correct number and the integrated transponder has been
programmed, the LED lights GREEN and a signal is sounded. Then the integrated
transponder opens the lock.
10.0 Meaning of the LED
The built-in LED can light in one of three colors: green, yellow or red. These colors
have the following meanings:
•
Green
Digit that was input has been accepted
PIN input was OK, which means that the correct PIN has been
recognized and an open signal is being sent
PIN length OK
PIN programming procedure was successful
•
Yellow
Battery warning
•
Red
PIN input was incorrect
Input of master code was incorrect
Repeated incorrect input of the PIN (manipulation)
PIN length was not entered correctly.
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11.0 Battery Warning
To minimize operating errors the Wireless Keypad follows a multi-level battery
warning system.
When the battery capacity begins to drop, you will be notified of this in plenty of time
to allow you to replace the batteries.
Battery warning level 1: The opening procedure is carried out after a delay. The
diode blinks YELLOW and the buzzer sounds for 10 seconds. The Keypad does not
send the open command until after these 10 seconds.
Battery warning level 2: In this case, the opening procedure is again carried out
after a delay. The diode blinks YELLOW and the buzzer now sounds for 20 seconds.
The Keypad does not send the open command until after these 20 seconds.
You should not wait any longer to replace the battery. Otherwise, the Keypad will stop
functioning after a short time. Failure of the Keypad does not prevent the lock from
being opened with other transponders.
12.0 Battery Replacement
In general, the batteries must be replaced by trained experts only. To do this, proceed
as follows:
1.
Completely unscrew the two screws in the bottom of the housing.
2.
Remove the front of the housing.
3.
Carefully release the battery clip from the printed circuit board (Figure 1).
4.
Remove both batteries (Figure 1).
5.
Insert the new batteries; the positive pole must be pointing up (Figure 2).
6.
Carefully hook the battery clip back into the printed circuit board (Figure 3).
7.
Put the housing back on.
8.
Screw the two housing screws back into the housing from below.
After you have replaced the batteries, all functions will be available again.
Always replace both batteries at the same time, because they have been charged to
approximately the same level.
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When replacing the batteries, be absolutely sure that no water is allowed to penetrate
into the housing and that the electronics do not come into contact with water. If
necessary, carefully wipe dry the housing section that is attached to the wall.
(figure 1)
(figure 2)
(figure 3)
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13.0 Special Functions
13.1
Hidden Lock for SimonsVoss VdS Shuntlock 3066
The Wireless Keypad can be used for activating SimonsVoss activation units (VdS
Shuntlock 3066). This is done by mounting the Keypad within the transmitting range
of the activation unit. After you have input the correct PIN, the activation unit is
addressed and the alarm system is activated or deactivated via the shuntlock. This
allows the requirements of VdS Class C up to SG 6 to be fulfilled by including a
hidden lock.
The VdS-certified activation units from SimonsVoss need a doubled opening protocol
for activation/deactivation procedures (double-click when the transponder should
activate or deactivate the system).
The following explains the configuration of the Wireless Keypad in order to have it
emulate the "double-click" and consequently be suitable for carrying out activation or
deactivation procedures.
1.
2.
3.
Press the "0" button three times.
Input the master PIN.
Then press:
•
•
either "91" for normal operation (default setting)
or "92" for a double-click for shuntlock operation.
Input "000"
Input "master PIN"
Input "91" (normal operation)
Input "92"
(shuntlock operation)
If the input was correct, the Wireless Keypad stores the change and gives a positive
acknowledgement (LED and buzzer).
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Important: Please set the two-time opening protocol (double-click) only when you
are using a SimonsVoss VdS Shuntlock 3066. Otherwise, there may be malfunctions
or unwanted side effects.
You can switch from one configuration to the other at any time.
It is not possible to enter programming mode when there is a battery warning. This
means that when the battery is weak, you cannot change or delete any functions.
Programming mode will only be available again after you have successfully
changed the battery (see the section "Battery Replacement).
13.2
Miscellaneous
The quasi-proximity and validity and expiration mode functions are not available with
the Wireless Keypad.
14.0 Technical Specification
Dimensions W x H x D
3.8 in x 3.8 in x 0.5 in
96 mm x 96 mm x 14 mm
Weight
3.3 oz (102 g) including batteries
Material
Plastic
Color
Grey with transparent ring
Maximum number of
operations with one battery
set
Approx. 100,000 operations or 10 years
on standby
Operating distance from
SimonsVoss lock
Up to a max. of 16 inches (40 cm)
when the transponder antenna is parallel to the
cylinder antenna
Operating distance from
SmartRelay
Up to a max. of 47 inches (120 cm)
when the transponder antenna is parallel to the
SmartRelay antenna
Protection class
IP 65 – NEMA 12
Working temperature range
-4°F to 122°F (-20°C to 50°C) without
condensation
Battery type
2 x 3 V DC lithium battery type CR2032
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