Installation Instructions RF5010 and RF5210 RF5010 and RF5210: EXTERNAL ANTENNA HES, Inc. 22630 N. 17th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85027 800-626-7590 1 Product Description Dimensions Orientation Compatibility Access Control Systems Proximity Cards Frequency Indicators Supervision Applications Frames Trim Enhancer Locks Latchbolts Released* Environment Temperature Humidity Electric Strike and Proximity Card Reader with Antenna Module Mounted Separately in Frame See pages 4-6 Non handed Open Architecture Interfaces with Wiegand Protocol Systems Supports HID 26 39 Bit Formats Supports HID 125 kHz Credentials Red/Green LED and Buzzer Door Position Switch and Latchbolt Monitor Steel, Aluminum, Wood Included Cylindrical RF5010: Accomodates up to 5/8" Latchbolt RF5210: Accomodates up to 3/4" Latchbolt Suitable for Exterior Doors 32 F 150 F (0 C 65 C) 5 95%, Non-condensing Electrical Reader Module Operating Voltage Operating Current Electric Strike Module Operating Voltage Operating Current 12VDC +/- 20% 125 mA Max. @ 12VDC 12VDC +/- 10% 240 mA max. @ 12VDC Cable detail Reader Module Distance to Host Recommended Type Electric Strike Module Distance to Power Recommended Type 500 ft. Max. 18 22 AWG (Dependent on Distance) Stranded and Shielded See Page 3 See Page 3 Certifications Compliance Security * Faceplate options accommodate various keeper and latchbolt actions. For more detail, contact HES tech support at 800-626-7590 Warranty HID is a registered trademark of HID Corporation. FCC Part 15/IC Class B ANSI/BHMA 156.31, Grade 1 Lifetime Waranty against defects in materials and workmanship Product Components RF5010 and RF5210: EXTERNAL ANTENNA 1 2 3 4 5 2 Hybrid Electric Strike 6 Door Position Switch, Press-Fit Magnet and 10” Connector Cable (2 Pin) 7 8 Pigtail Connectors (8 pin, 4 pin & 2 pin) 8 pin-Prox & Data 4 pin-Strike Power 2 pin-DPS and LBM Faceplate (sold separately) #12-24 Mounting Screws (included with faceplate) 9 10 11 12 13 #8-32 Faceplate Screws (included with faceplate) Dielectric Grease (for humid applications) 24” Cable (connecting reader/antenna and strike) Reader/Antenna Body #6-32 Reader/Antenna Screws Reader/Antenna Cover Trim Enhancer Trim Enhancer Screws 2 Access Control System Control Panel and Power Supply (By others) 1 3 13 4 5 12 6 8 7 Dielectric Grease 11 9 10 Wiring Diagram 8 Pin Connector (Reader Module) Red Black Green White Yellow Blue Orange Brown (+) Board Power (-) Board Power Data 0 Data 1 LED/Buzzer Not Used Not Used Not Used 2 pin Connector (Strike Module) Tan Pink Common Door Closed and Latch Engaged B4 Pin Connector (Strike Module) Red (+) Black (−) Strike Power Strike Power 2 Pin Connector (Door Position Switch) Wire plugs into Hybrid Electric Strike Installation Directions RF5010 and RF5210: EXTERNAL ANTENNA 3 CAUTION! Before connecting any device at the installation site, verify that there is 12VDC input voltage using a multimeter. Many power supplies and low voltage transformers operate at higher levels than listed. Any input voltage outside the electrical specifications outlined on page 1 may cause severe damage to the unit and will void the warranty. This product contains electrostatic sensitive components. We recommend proper grounding techniques be observed during installation. Prepare Frame Finish Installing 1. Prepare door jamb for hybrid electric strike per the appropriate template detail (see pages 4-6). Be sure to allow enough room behind the strike in the cutout to avoid pinching any wires. 11. Attach the faceplate to the hybrid electric strike, using the #8-32 screws provided. 2. Drill a 1” diameter hole for reader/antenna per the appropriate template detail (see pages 4-6). Note that the reader/antenna may be positioned as desired, within limits of the 24”cable. If necessary (e.g. wood frames), drill a channel from the reader/antenna to the hybrid electric strike to accomodate the 24“ cable. 3. Drill a 3/8” hole for the door position switch per the appropriate template detail (see pages 4-6). Note that the door position switch may be positioned as desired, within limits of its 10” connector. If necessary (e.g. wood frames), drill a channel from the door position switch to hybrid electric strike to accomodate the 10“ cable. Next, drill a matching 3/8” hole in the door and install the press-fit magnet so that it will contact with the door position switch. 4. If applicable (e.g. aluminum frames), install mounting tabs (sold separately as P/N 152) using #10-32 screws. 5. Verify that the strike is in the correct mode of operation. This unit ships in fail secure mode. If you need to convert to fail safe, see page 7. Connect Components and Wiring 6. Check that the wires running from the host control panel are adequate wire gauge for the components and distance (see Wire Gauge Diagram below). Connect the wire leads of the three pigtails provided to the host control panel wiring based on the wiring diagram on page 2 and the appropriate termination at the host control panel. 7. Mount the door position switch (DPS) into the frame. Route the 10” cable back to the electric strike and connect it to the 2 pin connector coming out of the hybrid electric strike. It does not matter which 2 pin connector is used. Note: the LBM & DPS are wired in series--a ‘closed’ electrical circuit depicts a closed door and extended latchbolt into the hybrid electric strike. 8. Attach the 8, 4 and 2 pin connectors at the hybrid electric strike to the equivalent pigtail connectors routed from the host control panel. Apply grease to the pigtail electrical terminals if used in a humid environment 9. Connect the 24” cable to the reader/antenna (check labels to insure that you connect the correct end). Then, install the reader/antenna in the frame, using the #6-32 screws provided. Snap on the reader/antenna cover and pull the 24”cable through to the hybrid electric strike. 10. Plug the loose end of the 24” cable into the connector on the side of the hybrid electric strike. 12. Install the trim enhancer on the hybrid electric strike (if needed to cover any extra space). 13. Install the hybrid electric strike unit in jamb cutout, using #12-24 screws provided (or wood screws where necessary). 14. If needed, see page 8 to make horizontal adjustments in frame (RF5210 only). 15. If applicable, tighten the #10-32 screws holding the mounting tabs. Testing and Operation 16. When power is supplied to the hybrid electric strike, the LED will flash green three times, while the beeper simultaneously beeps. The LED will then turn red. This sequence indicates that the micro-controller is operating properly. 17. Present a Proximity ID card to the reader/antenna. The LED will turn green, while the beeper beeps once. This indicates that the card was read successfully. 18. Simultaneously, the keeper will click open. This indicates that communication between the host and the hybrid electric strike is operational. 19. For further testing of communication with the host, consult the manual for the control panel or the site’s system administrator. Wire Gauge Diagram 12VDC @ 240 mA Max. One-way Distance Voltage Drop/100’ Recommended AWG 800’ 0.15 12 Gauge 500’ 0.24 14 Gauge 300’ 0.38 16 Gauge 200’ 0.61 18 Gauge 120’ 0.97 20 Gauge 100’ or less 1.53 22 Gauge Cutout Template RF5010 and RF5210: EXTERNAL ANTENNA 4 RF5010 or RF5210 with 501 Faceplate 1-1/4” x 4-7/8” Square Corner Faceplate ANSI Metal Jamb Installations 1-1/4” 32 4 -7/8” 124 1-5/16” 33 4 -1/8” 105 5/8” 17 3-3/8” 86 RF5010: 11/16” 17 RF5210: 13/16” 21 1” 25 3/8” 10 Reader/Antenna Hybrid Electric Strike RF5010 or RF5210 with 501-A Faceplate 1-1/4” x 4-7/8” Radius Corner Faceplate Aluminum Jamb Installations 1 - 1/4” 32 1 - 5/16” 33 4 - 7/8” 124 4 - 1/8” 105 5/8” 17 3 - 3/8” 86 RF5010: 11/16” 17 RF5210: 13/16” 21 1” 25 R- 5/32” 4 3/8” 10 Reader/Antenna Hybrid Electric Strike Cutout Template RF5010 and RF5210: EXTERNAL ANTENNA 5 RF5010 or RF5210 with 502 Faceplate 1-7/16” x 7-15/16” Radius Corner Faceplate Aluminum and Wood Jamb Installations Remove additional material as needed to provide clearance for hybrid electric strike and wires 1 - 7/16” 37 1 - 5/16" 33 5/8” 17 7 -15/16” 202 3 -3/8” 86 1 - 9/16” 40 RF5010: 11/16” 17 RF5210: 13/16” 21 3/8” 10 1” 25 1/8” 3 R- 5/32” 4 Reader/Antenna Hybrid Electric Strike RF5010 or RF5210 with 503 Faceplate 1-1/4” x 6-7/8” Radius Corner Faceplate Aluminum Jamb Installations 1 - 1/4” 32 1 - 5/16" 33 6 - 7/8” 175 6 -1/8” 156 5/8" 17 3 - 3/8” 86 RF5010: 11/16” 17 RF5210: 13/16” 21 1” 25 R- 5/32” 4 3/8” 10 Reader/Antenna Hybrid Electric Strike Cutout Template RF5010 and RF5210: EXTERNAL ANTENNA 6 Corner 1 - 3/8” 35 Remove additional material as needed to provide clearance for hybrid electric strike and wires 1 - 5/16” 33 10” 254 5/8” 17 3 - 3/8” 86 1 - 9/16” 40 RF5010: 11/16” 17 RF5210: 13/16” 21 1” 25 Reader/Antenna 3/8” 10 R- 5/32” 4 1/8” 3 Hybrid Electric Strike Fail Safe Conversion RF5010 and RF5210: EXTERNAL ANTENNA 7 c Fail Safe a Remove Reader Module Finish a. In order to change the mode of operation from fail secure (standard) to fail safe, first detach the reader module by removing the two screws on the back of the hybrid electric strike. e. Replace the reader module and tighten the two screws to hold it in place. Convert Mode b. Loosen the two #2-56 screws located on the back of the strike module, as shown above, but do not remove them. c. Move screws from the top of the hole to fail safe position. d. Tighten screws. Horizontal Adjustability RF5210 (ONLY): EXTERNAL ANTENNA 8 a c K-NUT b a. If you need to make horizontal adjustments, begin by slowly turning the horizontal adjustment screws on the faceplate. Do not remove the screws or rotate them more than 3 full turns b. Adjust the unit in the frame. c. To finish, securely tighten the screws. this allows the K-nut’s teeth to dig into the unit’s housing to prevent slippage during use. Warning: Changes or modification to this device not expressly approved by HES, Inc., could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. NOTE: 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 This class [B] digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference Causing Equipment Regulations. 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. Cet appareillage numérique de la classe [B] répond à toutes les exigences de l’inerférencé canadienne causant des réglements d’équipement. L’opération est sujette aux deux conditions suivantes: (1) ce dispositif peut ne pas causer l’interférence nocive, et (2) ce dispositif doit accepter n’importe quelle interférence reçue, y compris l’interférence qui peut causer l’opération peu désirée. 3065006.001 rev A © 2010 HES, Inc.
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