TruPortal System Controller Quick Reference - Surveillance

TruPortal System Controller Quick Reference - Surveillance
TruPortal System Controller Quick Reference
(for TP-SYS-BRD, TP-SYS-2D, TP-SYS-2D-E,
TP-SYS-2D2R) en-US
The TruPortal System Controller
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The TruPortal System Controller provides a solution for access control. It
consists of two boards; the I/O board and the system on module (SOM)
board. The I/O board, the larger of the two, contains the power supply and
all field wiring connections. The SOM, the smaller mounted board, contains
the main CPU and memory.
TP-SYS-2D: TruPortal 2-Door base kit. Consists of a TruPortal
System Controller, installed in UL-listed enclosure with 4 amp power
supply.
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The event log buffer and the real time clock are stored in battery-backed
memory. Each reader port can accommodate a reader that utilizes Wiegand
Data1/Data0, LED control, and buzzer control.
TP-SYS-2D2R: TruPortal 2-Door base kit with readers. Consists of a
TruPortal System Controller, installed in UL-listed enclosure with 4
amp power supply. Includes T-100 Readers (quantity = 2) and
Credentials (quantity = 5).
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TP-SYS-2D-E: TruPortal 2-Door base kit for EMEA. Consists of a
TruPortal System Controller, installed in CE-compliant enclosure with
4 amp power supply.
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-E Part number suffix for panel with CE enclosure (CE 220 VAC
internal transformer). Not evaluated by UL.
Twelve supervised inputs (excluding tamper and power monitor) are
provided for door sense, reader tamper, or request to exit as well as four
auxiliary supervised inputs.
Interfaces
The TruPortal System Controller interfaces upstream with the browserbased TruPortal User Interface. There is no dedicated host software to install
on operators’ workstations.
The TruPortal System Controller provides two (2) Ethernet ports.
Configuration data and event/status reports are exchanged with the user
interface via the primary Ethernet ports. The secondary port is not used.
Communication via modem is not supported.
Packing List
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TruPortal System Controller PCB assembly, which consists of the I/O
board and the SOM (quantity = 1)
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Two positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 7)
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Three positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 10)
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Four positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 8)
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End of line resistors 1k ohm, 1% (quantity = 24)
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Push-fit terminal tab adapters (quantity = 2)
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Battery cable (quantity =1)
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Battery bracket (quantity = 1)
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Screws for battery bracket (quantity = 2)
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Strain relief for power cable (quantity = 1)
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Terminal block cover (quantity = 1)
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Lock (quantity = 1)
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Machine screws for securing the cover (quantity =6)
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Enclosure (depending on option ordered)
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Transformer (depending on option ordered)
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Credentials (depending on option ordered)
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T-100 Proximity Readers (depending on option ordered)
Model Numbers
The panels are available in the following configurations:
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TP-SYS-BRD: TruPortal System Controller. Board only. Capable of
controlling two (2) doors. No enclosure or readers.
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System Capacities
Attribute
TP-SYS
Cameras per DVR
Attribute
TP-SYS
Number of persons
10,000
Number of unique credentials
10,000
Credentials per person
5
Access levels
64
Access levels per credential
8
Schedules
64
Anti-attack Bushing Cap
Time intervals per schedule
6
Holiday groups per schedule
8
Holiday groups
8
An anti-attack bushing cap covers a rear tamper spring. It fits inside an
O-ring bushing located in the cabinet’s rear wall anti-tamper spring
knockout. Leave the O-ring bushing and cap in place if the rear tamper is
not used.
Holidays per holiday group
32
Holidays (total)
64
Reader groups
64
Operator roles
32
User-defined fields
10
Video layouts
64
Card formats
8
Number of retained events in event log
65,000
64 / 32
TP-ADD-2D-BRD Dual Door Control
Modules (including built in)
32
Readers (total)
64
16
Cameras (maximum)
64
Ethernet ports (total/supported)
2/1
RS-485 SNAPP bus ports
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1.
Remove the cap and the O-ring with the edge of a flat screwdriver.
2.
Discard the O-ring.
3.
Align the cap for the tamper spring and knockout hole on the cabinet
back.
4.
Screw the cap into the mounting surface.
5.
Place the control cabinet over it, allowing the rear tamper spring to fit
inside the cap. The cap will fit into the cabinet’s tamper spring
knockout hole.
6.
Secure the cabinet to the mounting surface.
On dry wall, use 1/8 in. (3.175 mm) hollow wall, expansion anchors.
Unscrew the screws from the anchors. Mark the mounting holes. Force a
starter hole in each mark with a sharp tool. Hammer the anchors into each
hole. Align the box mounting holes over the anchor holes and screw in the
anchors until tight.
On a concrete surface, hold the control box on the mounting surface. Mark
the mounting holes. Use a hammer drill with a 3/16 in. (4.76 mm) carballoy
drill bit and make 1in. (25.4 mm) deep holes in each marking. Insert a # 6-8
plastic anchor in each hole and hammer them in. Use # 8 X 1 in.(25.4 mm),
Phillips, wood screws to screw into the plastic anchors and mount the box.
See Figure 1 on page 9.
Communication Wiring
Inputs/Outputs
The controller communicates to the user interface via Ethernet.
Total number of system inputs
(including TruPortal System
Controller)
132
Total number of system outputs
(including TruPortal System
Controller)
66
Total number of TP-ADD-IO or TPADD-IO-BRD Input/Output
Expansion Add-Ons
8
The downstream communication ports are 2-wire RS-485 interfaces which
can be used to connect additional I/O panels. The interface allows multidrop communication on a single bus of up to 4000 feet (1200 m). Use
twisted pairs (minimum 22 AWG / 0.644 mm / 0.326 mm2) with an overall
shield for communication.
See Figure 2 on page 10.
Reader Wiring
Each reader port supports Wiegand Data1/Data0. Voltage at the reader port
is passed through from the input voltage of the controller and is limited to
250 mA.
DVR/Cameras
DVRs
TVR30 (US Only)
Mounting the Module
Doors/Readers
Number of doors (base board and dual
door controllers) with readers in /
Number of doors with readers in and
out
4
If the rear tamper is used:
255
Areas
TVR10 (EMEA & US)
The reader supply voltage is 14 VDC. Readers that require different voltage
should be powered separately. These readers may be connected and
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powered through the dual door interface module. Refer to the reader
manufacturer specifications for cabling requirements.
Callout
Reader wiring
Callout
14
Buzzer
3
Green LED
15
Data0
4
Red LED
16
Data1
5
D1
17
Data1
6
D0
18
Data0
7
0V
19
Buzzer
4
7
+14 V
3
6
2
8
D1
20
LED
9
D0
21
Power
Description
10
Reader (Out)
22
Ground
23
Reader (In)
CN10/CN17
CN11/CN18
2
5
LED
1
4
13
3
3
Description
Callout
1
Buzzer
5
Data1
11
Ground
2
+14 V
6
Data0
12
Power
3
Green LED
7
Ground
4
Red LED
Input Circuit Wiring
Typically, these inputs are used to monitor door position, request to exit, or
alarm contacts. Input circuits are supervised. The input circuit is able to
report a condition of “Fault” for the status of the circuit, which appears as a
“Tamper” event for supervised conditions.
Wiring In and Out readers
CN10/CN17
1
2
3
CN11/CN18 CN12/CN19
1
2
3
4
BZ 14 GR RD D1 D0 0
2
1
Description
Buzzer
2
2
Callout
1
1
BZ + GR RD D1 D0 0
1
Description
4
3
6
5
1
A supervised input circuit requires a resistor be added to the circuit to
facilitate proper reporting. The standard supervised circuit requires 1K ohm,
1% resistors and should be located as close to the sensor as possible.
2
A B
8
7
9
Relay Circuit Wiring
23
22
All relays are dry contact.
21
20
19
18
17
10
11
Output
30 VDC rating
Siren relay
1A
Strobe relay
1A
Strike relay
5A
Aux relay
1A
12
13
14
15
16
The relays for siren and door strike have a Common pole (C), a Normally
Closed pole (NC), and a Normally Open pole (NO). When you are
controlling the delivery of power to the door strike, the Normally Open and
Common poles are used. When you are momentarily removing power to
unlock the door, as with a mag lock, the Normally Closed and Common
poles are used. Check with local building codes for proper egress door
installation.
Power
The TruPortal System Controller requires 18 VAC or 24 VDC for input
power at CN2, or 12 VDC at CN1 (24 VDC and 12 VDC input power were
not evaluated by UL). When powering the board from 12 VDC, the onboard battery charger will not be used and the lead-acid backup battery
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wires. The earth ground connection at CN2 Pin 2 is not required if the
controller board is grounded through the mounting screws.
should not be connected to the TP-SYS. The power supply providing the
12 VDC must have its own backup source.
Maximum lengths for wiring
TP-SYS 110/220 VAC Power wiring diagram
1
I/O
Description
Connection
Maximum
length of
22 AWG
wire (in
feet)
Maximum line
resistance (in
Ohms)
13.2 V supply
output
CN3-1
CN3-3
CN10-2
CN17-2
CN21-1
CN23-1
CN24-1
CN25-1
CN26-1
300
approximately
4.8
Supervised
inputs
CN8-1
CN8-3
CN9-1
CN9-3
CN15-1
CN15-3
CN16-1
CN16-3
CN21-2
CN21-4
CN22-1
CN22-3
500
approximately 8
5 A @ 24 VDC
relay output
(assume 15%
voltage drop)
CN7-1 (NO)
CN7-2 (C)
CN7-3 (NC)
CN14-1 (NO)
CN14-2 (C)
CN14-3 (NC)
45
approximately
0.72
1 A @ 24 VDC
relay output
(assume 15%
voltage drop)
CN4-1 (C)
CN4-2 (NC)
CN4-3 (NO)
CN5-1(C)
CN5-2 (NC)
CN13-1 (NO)
CN13-2 (C)
CN20-1 (NO)
CN20-2 (C)
220
approximately
3.6
2
3
4
Callout
Description
Callout
Description
1
Ground stud
3
Connections for AC
wiring
2
Red transformer
wires
4
Wiring indication
Power connectors
+12V
0V
DC+
2
1
12 VDC input
2
24 VAC Input
2
CN1
1
2
3
AC
1
2
AC
Description
1
0V
3
Callout
12 0V
1
CN2
CN2
3
Callout
3
Description
18 VDC Input
The maximum input current is 2.7 A. The gauge is dependent on the length
of the wire. The TruPortal System Controller can be powered by an internal
Note:
18 VAC transformer that uses 20 AWG (0.812 mm / 0.518 mm2) secondary
These specified ranges have been verified by UL. Note that if
you run a longer wire, it is not verified by UL.
This equipment must be permanently connected to a mains fused spur (3 A
or 5 A) using 3-core cable with each core being no less than 18 AWG (1.024
mm / 0.823 mm2). The mains cable should be clamped securely with the
cable clamps provided within the equipment/installation kit. Knockouts are
provided on the top, bottom and sides of this equipment and these are
intended for conduit or cable glands. As a mains switch is not provided on
the equipment, a readily accessible disconnect device shall be incorporated
in the building installation wiring. Where there is doubt as to the phase of
this wiring, the device, when operated, will disconnect both poles
simultaneously.
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Power Setup
Power management parameters for the TruPortal System Controller are preconfigured as follows. These parameters can not be changed:
Mains Supply
Item
North
America
product
European
product
Australian/
New Zealand
product
Internal
transformer
120 VAC +10%
-15%, 60Hz
230 VAC +10%
-15%, 50Hz
240 VAC
±10%, 50Hz
Input current
rating (AC)
600 mA
250 mA
250 mA
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Brownout mode: Alarm and report
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Brownout voltage (V): 10.00
•
Battery size (Ah): 18
•
Select Check for battery.
•
Clear the Enable battery tests check box.
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Test time: 10 sec
•
Low load test period: 3 min
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High load test period: 20 hr
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Low voltage (V): 11.70
Warning: For continued protection against risk of fire, replace the mains
fuse only with the same type and rating of fuse.
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Warning voltage (V): 11.40
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Cutoff voltage (V): 10.20
The Aux. DC supply output is a Class 2 Power Limited circuit.
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Very low voltage (V): 9.00
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Excess charge voltage (V): 16.00
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Cutoff time: 10 sec
No current (mA): 17
•
Excess power state discharge current (A): 1.200
Mains fuse
T630 mA
250 V, UL
Listed
T400 mA
250 V
T400 mA
250 V
Aux DC Supply
Mains
powered
unit
+24 VDC
input*
+12 VDC
input*
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Output voltage
(DC)
14 V ±5%
14 V ±5%
12 V ±5%
Configuration
Standby
battery
7 Ah or 18 Ah
7 Ah or 18 Ah
—
Maximum
recharge time
24 hours
24 hours
—
DC power
supply
rating**
2.4 A
2.4 A
1.2 A
Battery charge
limit
1.2 A
1.2 A
—
Quiescent
current
140 mA
140 mA
200 mA
Item
Use the TruPortal Installation Wizard to discover the controller and
connected peripherals, and to change basic configuration parameters.
1.
Insert the TruPortal disc in your computer’s CD/DVD drive (Windows
only).
2.
Install Microsoft .NET 4.0 Framework.
The TruPortal Utilities software will detect automatically if the .NET
software is installed and display the word “Installed” next to the link if
it is found.
3.
Install Bonjour Print Services.
The TruPortal Utilities software will detect automatically if the
Bonjour software is installed and display the word “Installed” next to
the link if it is found.
4.
Click Discovery and Installation Wizard.
5.
Select a Language and click [Next].
The wizard will search the network for all TP controllers.
* 24 VDC and 12 VDC input were not evaluated by UL.
6.
Select the controller to configure from the list and click [Next].
** This DC Power Supply Rating is for all the current requirements,
including recharging the battery.
7.
Type the Administrator’s current Password.
The default administrator User Name is admin
The default administrator Password is demo
Board protection is provided by resettable fuses which are not replaceable.
All wiring in this enclosure is required to be UL compliant. All installation
wiring within this equipment cabinet should utilize plastic cable ties to
bundle cables and attach to designated cabinet cable mounting locations to
provide strain relief for the cable harness.
8.
The Administrator account has access to all aspects of the TP
controller configuration. Leaving default user names and passwords in
place is dangerous. Anyone familiar with the product will know the
defaults.
Disposal of batteries should be according to the local laws and regulations
of your region. Contact your local waste management office for information
on battery recycling or disposal.
9.
If you are not able to identify the applicable rules in your area, check the
instructions which will be available from the battery manufacturer.
Type the password in the New Password and Confirm Password
fields and click [Next].
10. Change the settings on the Network Configuration tab as directed by
the site’s network administrator.
Ground all enclosures in accordance with NFPA 70 and Canadian Electrical
Code, Part I.
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11.
Click [Next].
Status LEDs
The wizard will discover controllers and I/O expansion modules
connected to the TP controller.
The following chart describes the purpose of each LED on the I/O board.
12.
Click [Sync with PC] to set the correct time on the controller.
13.
Select the appropriate Global Input EOL Terminations to indicate
how the tamper circuits and sensors on the doors and readers are
wired.
14.
For each general purpose auxiliary input that is connected:
15.
Description
LEDs 1 and 2
During normal operation, the heartbeat is indicated
by a one second blink rate on LED 2.
a.
Select a Mode.
During firmware upgrade:
b.
Observe the inputs to determine they are working and
communicating with the controller.
•
When LED 1 and LED 2 are both ON, the
board is in monitor program mode (bootloader
mode).
•
When LED 1 is ON and LED 2 is off,
programming (flash) firmware is in progress.
For each general purpose auxiliary output that is connected:
a.
Click the icon next to the State to change state.
b.
Observe the outputs to determine they are working and being
activated by the controller.
16.
For each door controller, select the Number of Doors controlled.
17.
For each door:
18.
I/O board
LED
LED 3
Orange LED indicates communication occurring on
SNAPP port 1.
a.
Select the appropriate Mode for contact, request to exit and
tamper circuits.
LED 4
Orange LED indicates communication occurring on
SNAPP port 2.
b.
Select commands from the Door Control list to test each door
for proper installation and electrical wiring.
LED 5
Orange LED indicates communication occurring on
SNAPP port 4.
LED 6
Orange LED indicates communication occurring on
SNAPP port 3.
LED 7
Green LED indicates link and activity on primary
Ethernet port (Eth0).
When you have tested all devices, click [Finish].
Jumpers
Jumper
Description
CN37
External LED indication for power (to be wired to the
outside of the enclosure)
LED 8
Yellow LED indicates speed on primary Ethernet port
(Eth0).
CN38
Controls SNAPP 1 termination. 120-ohm termination
is added across the bus when the shunt jumper is
installed on the pin header.
LED 9
Green LED indicates link and activity on secondary
Ethernet port (Eth1).
LED 10
CN39
Controls SNAPP 2 termination. 120-ohm termination
is added across the bus when the shunt jumper is
installed on the pin header.
Yellow LED indicates speed on secondary Ethernet
port (Eth1).
LED 11
Not applicable
LED 12
Green LED indicates the presence of power to the
board at connector CN2.
CN40
Controls SNAPP 3 termination. 120-ohm termination
is added across the bus when the shunt jumper is
installed on the pin header.
CN41
Controls SNAPP 4 termination. 120-ohm termination
is added across the bus when the shunt jumper is
installed on the pin header.
CN35
LEDs 1 through 10 will be switched off when the enclosure is closed.
The following chart describes the purpose of each LED on the SOM board.
If the panel needs to be started on battery only, without
ever having AC or DC power, this connector should be
momentarily shorted.
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SOM board
LED
Description
Power LED
Green LED indicates SOM power.
Status 1
Yellow LED, along with the green power LED,
indicates initialization.
Status 2
Red LED is off. Currently not defined.
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TruPortal Reader Output LEDs
The following chart describes the behavior of TruPortal reader output based
on different actions of the door.
30
0
0
0
3
Locked
RED
GREEN
5
0
0
0
4
Facility
RED
RED
30
0
0
0
5
Card Only
RED
RED
30
0
0
0
6
Pin Only
RED
RED
30
0
0
0
7
Card & Pin
RED
RED
30
0
0
0
8
Card or Pin
RED
RED
30
0
0
0
RdiLine2
GREEN
RdiLine1
Beep Count
GREEN
ON Time
Unlocked
OFF Color
2
ON Color
Disabled
RLED ID
1
LED Mode
Repeat Count
LED
OFF Time
Reader Mode
N/A
N/A
N/A
Replace Battery
The event log buffer and the real time clock are backed up by a 3 V battery.
Without power being applied to the controller, the battery will retain events
and transactions for up to one year.
-
This battery should be replaced annually to insure that proper backup
functionally is maintained. Remove the insulator from the battery holder
after installation. Replacement battery: Panasonic CR2354 Lithium coin cell
battery.
Warning
When changing the lithium battery,
replacement must be a Panasonic
CR2354 only.
SOM. Maximum available output current is 1 A. [Example:
250 mA for (Reader power) + 400 mA for (SNAPP Ports) =
650 mA total current used.] Drawing more will cause the output
voltage to drop as the system regulator starts to current limit.
The power applied from the mains to the transformer in the
enclosure is 120 VAC for North America (230 VAC for Europe,
and 240 VAC for Australia).
Memory and Clock Backup: Panasonic 3 V CR2354 Lithium coin cell
battery
•
Wiring
-
Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not
recharge, disassemble or dispose of in
fire. Follow local code for proper disposal
of used lithium battery.
N/A
•
Caution:
N/A
Note:
Specifications
Ground: 14 AWG (1.628 mm / 2.08 mm2),, provided in the panel
from the fused terminal block to the ground lug
Module Bus (RS-485) Cabling (device communication and
power): Recommended: 22 AWG (0.644 mm / 0.326 mm2),
4 conductors, shielded twisted pair, 120 impedance, low
capacitance, 41 pF/meter or 12.5 pF/foot (such as Belden 9842).
Maximum Length: Up to 2000 feet (610 m) of cable on a Module
bus port.
For longer cable distances, or where one cable connects many
expansion modules (daisy chained, star wiring configurations are
not acceptable), a 120-ohm terminating resistor will need to be
installed across A and B communication terminals of the last
module on the bus cable.
Separate Power (or door strike) Wiring: Recommended:18 AWG
The TruPortal System Controller is for use with UL Listed access control
power limited power supplies. These specifications are subject to change
without notice.
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•
-
Inputs/Sensor Cabling: 22 AWG (0.644 mm / 0.326 mm2),
2 wires (For electrically noisy environments, use twisted pair,
and/or shielded cable.)
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Outputs/Signaling: 22 AWG (0.644 mm / 0.326 mm2),
2 conductors
(1.024 mm / 0.823 mm2), stranded and insulated (2 conductors;
color-coded is preferable)
Primary Power:
AC power: 18 VAC ± 10%
DC power: 24/12 VDC ± 10% (Not evaluated by UL.)
Maximum input power: 2.7 A
Total current that can be sourced from panel: 1 A.
Note:
It is up to the installer to ensure that the sum of the loads on all
the supply outputs from the TruPortal System Controller plus the
current consumed by the controller is equal to or less than 1.2 A
(see power table). The 1.2 A output current from the regulator
also includes at least 200 mA to power the I/O board and the
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Reader Cabling: 22 AWG (0.644 mm / 0.326 mm2),(For Canadian UL
Listed installations: 22 AWG / 0.644 mm / 0.326 mm2), shielded.
Maximum for reader data lines: 500 feet (150 m). Maximum for power
wiring: 300 feet (91.44 m).
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Basic reader (no LEDs, buzzer control, or tamper): 4 conductors
Reader with LEDs: 6 conductors
Reader with LEDs, plus buzzer and tamper: 9 conductors
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Relays outputs:
Siren relay, 1 A @ 30 VDC
Strobe relay, 1 A @ 30 VDC
Strike relay, 5 A @ 30 VDC
Aux relay, 1 A @ 30 VDC
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Environmental:
Temperature:
–
Operating: 32° to 120° F (0° to +49° C)
–
Storage: -40° to 185° F (-40° to 85° C)
Humidity: 10 to 85% ± 5% RHNC
BTU Output: 73.7 BTU/hour
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Mechanical:
Dimensions: H 6.30 x W 9.84 x D 1.65 inches (H 160 x W 250 x
D 42 mm)
Weight of I/O board and SOM board: 1.04 lbs. (0.47 kg)
Weight of accompanying parts:
–
Enclosure: 13.2 lbs. (6 kg)
–
Transformer: 2.2 lbs (1 kg)
–
Battery retention bracket:0.2 lb. (0.09 kg)
–
18 Ahr battery: 12.8 lbs. (5.8 kg)
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UL294 Listed
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FCC Part 15
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CE marking
•
RoHS compliant
•
WEEE
•
FCC part 15
•
ULC Listed
•
AES128 certified (Certificate #1496)
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Figure 1: TruPortal System Controller enclosure
10.00mm
[0.394in]
6.48mm
[0.255in]
mm ]
.55 4in
R2 .100
[0
mm
11.00 3in]
[0.43
140.00mm
[5.51in]
254.00mm
[10.000in]
145mm ±0.5
[5.71in ±0.02]
224.92mm
[8.86in]
174.12mm
[6.86in]
K
K
G
100mm ±0.5
[3.94in ±0.02]
130mm ±0.5
65mm ±0.50
[5.12in ±0.02]
[2.5591in ±0.0197]
89.0mm ±1.0
160.51mm
[3.504in ±0.039]
[6.32in]
149.84mm
[5.90in]
40.00mm
[1.57in]
10.14mm
[0.40in]
G
D
D
D
D
D
G
D
D
D
47.12mm
[1.86in]
150mm ±0.50
[5.91in ±0.02]
E
H 55mm ±0.50
[2.17in ±0.02]
D
D
D
D
D
N
N
150mm ±0.50
[5.91in ±0.02]
N
81.00mm
[3.19in]
N
15.00mm
[0.59in]
60.36mm
[2.38in]
N
F
E
N
J
F
J
H
N
N
N
25.00mm
[0.98in]
K
15.37mm
[0.61in]
63.40mm
[2.50in]
45.87mm
[1.81in]
469.9mm
[18.5in]
J
E
12.70mm
[0.50in]
N
12.70mm
[0.50in]
170mm ±0.5
[6.69in ±0.02]
212mm ±0.5
[8.37in ±0.02]
K
N
65mm ±0.50
163.12mm [2.56in ±0.02]
[6.42in]
59.08mm
[2.33in]
10.92mm (5 POS)
[0.430in]
230mm ±0.5
[9.06in ±0.02]
238.53mm
[9.391in]
130.00mm
[5.12in]
463.43mm
[18.245in]
438.15mm
[17.25in]
463.43mm
[18.25in]
232.46mm
[9.15in]
50mm ±0.5
97.79mm [1.97in ±0.02]
[3.85in]
119.92mm
[4.72in]
239.84mm
[9.44in]
119.9mm ±1.0
[4.721in ±0.039]
TruPortal System Controller Quick Reference
9
P/N 460800001B 12JAN12 en-US
Figure 2: TruPortal controller
1
2
+
CN13
1 2
Non Power Limited
Maintain 0.25in spacing between power
and Non Power Limited circuits
Power Limited
Ethernet
Port 2
USB 2
Dual Port
(Power limited to
200mA per port)
Link (Activity) LED
SNAPP 4 LED
SOM Status LEDs
1
Config
1
SNAPP 2 LED
1
CN18
2 3 4
RED
BLACK
CN20
2
4
3
2
3
2
4
1
3
1
2
+V
0V
BA+
+V
V
0V
0V
BA+
+V
0V
BA+
+V
0V
BA+
+V
To 12V battery
To secure battery use
bracket p/n 28005B
and
2 of the 8-32 screws
from the supplied
accessories kit.
Input 3
Input 2
1K
1K
1K
1K
Add shunt to
Term 1~4 if
120Ω
termination
is required
SNAPP LEDs
indicate bus
comms
Battery leads to be routed
directly under board
2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
CN26 4
1
CN23 1
Term 1
CN19
1 2
OSDP2
Comms
LED
SNAPP 1 LED
CN17
2 3
CN24 1
SNAPP 3 LED Term 3
Speed LEDs
(10Mbits/100Mbits)
CN25
Term 2
CN15
2 3
IP Setting
1
CN16
2 3
Microcontroller
Status LEDs
Ethernet
Port 1
CN14
2 3
Term 4
Network Interface
(Access Control System Host Communications)
CN32
1
Test
Panasonic p/n
CR2354
3V
Coin
Cell
Link (Activity) LED
CN12
0V
CN11
2 3 4
ut 1
Inp
Egress Aux
Reader Relay
The 1K EOL resistors and NO contacts on the
supervised inputs are shown as a typical
configuration only and do not restrict the actual use
of these inputs in the field.
Power Limited
Access
Reader 2
TR
Power Limited
WW Modem
Socket
1
0V
1K
Input
-
1
2
CN10
2 3
OSDP1 Comms LED
Factory set : do not adjust
1
Strike
Relay
1K
Input
+
12VDC Input +12V
0V
1
3
2
POWER +
18VAC/
24VDC Input
POWER -
1
2
3
1
4
2
3
2
1
2
1
2
1
CN9
CN8
2 3 1 2 3
Egress Aux
Reader Relay
0V
1K
x
Au
1K
Input
RS485
Bus 1
18VAC/24VDC
Power Indication LED
Aux
Power
Siren
Strobe
14V
SND
Aux 1 +V output
0V
Aux 2 +V output
0V
C
Relay NC
NO
Relay N0C
0V
SW
External Tamper
Relay option
if fitted
1
Access
Reader 1
Power Limited
TR
Input
Door Power
Controller
2
Limited
Input 3 Input 4
Input 1 Input 2
RS485 RS485 VBUS
Bus 3 Bus 4
RS485
Bus 2
0V In
put
4
CN27
CN22
1K
1K
1K
1K
P/N 460800001B 26JAN12 en-US
10
TruPortal System Controller Quick Reference
CN7
2 3
0V
1K
N0
C
NC
CN21
Buzzer
+V
Green LED
Red LED
D1
D0
0V
D1
D0
N0
C
1K
1
1K
1K
Strike
Relay
0V
1K
Input
1K
RTE
DR
1K
x
Au
1K
Input
1K
Buzzer
+V
Green LED
Red LED
D1
D0
0V
D1
D0
N0
C
DoorPower
Controller
1
Limited
Input
1K
RTE
DR
1K
CN1
CN2
CN37
CN3
CN4
CN5
CN6
CN43
N0
C
NC
Input
1K
Power Limited
The 1K EOL resistors and NO contacts on the supervised inputs are shown as a typical configuration only and do not restrict the actual use of these inputs in
the field.
The battery leads at CN32 must be routed away from power limited circuits. Maintain 0.25 inches (6 mm) spacing between non-power limited (that is, battery
leads and AC Mains) and power limited wiring.
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