M3000 Controller Installation Sheet

M3000 Controller Installation Sheet
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Security
M3000 Controller
Installation Sheet
The documentation CD includes the following documents:
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M3000 Installation Manual
M3000 Controller Installation Sheet
PXNplus and DirecDoor Integrated Configuration Tool
Installation Sheet
M3000 Mounting hole template
Power/Communications Board
The Power/Communications Board manages the power
and controls the communications for the controller. The
Power/Communications Board must be in the far right slot
of the controller.
For detailed description of the Power/Communications
Board, refer to the M3000 Installation Manual.
Introduction
This Installation Sheet is designed to help experienced
technicians install the M3000 controller quickly. For more
detailed information, refer to the M3000 Installation Manual.
Figure 1: Power/Communications Board layout
Verify contents
The package should include the following contents:
• Enclosure (steel cabinet with keylock and tamperswitch-protected door)
• Power supply (input 110/230 VAC, 60/50 Hz, output 12
VDC, 6 A)
• Battery 12 VDC 12 Ah, lead acid sealed
• Power/Communications Board
• PXNplus CPU Board
• M3000 Mounting hole template
• M3000 Controller Installation Sheet (this document)
• PXNplus and DirecDoor Integrated Configuration Tool
Installation Sheet
• Ferrite (for network connection)
• Documentation CD
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PXNplus CPU Board
To wall mount the controller:
The PXNplus CPU Board provides direct-connect, dial-up
(with optional modem), and network capabilities in one
board. The PXNplus CPU Board must be in the second right
slot of the controller, next to the Power/Communications
Board.
1.
Remove the packing material from the enclosure.
2.
Using the template provided (P/N 531010001A), mark
and drill four mounting holes.
3.
Using customer furnished 1/4-in. (6 mm) threaded lag
bolts or equivalent and washers, secure the enclosure
to the wall.
4.
If required, install cable conduit to the M3000 enclosure
knockout holes.
5.
The enclosure has knockout holes on the sides, bottom,
and back; the cable is pulled through these holes. To
open the holes, strike the knockouts from the outside of
the enclosure.
6.
Fit and tighten a strain relief clamp in each knockout
hole to be used.
7.
Find the nearest earth ground (such as an electrical
box or ground bus). Run wire from the M3000 enclosure
ground terminal (top left of enclosure) to the earth
ground point. Use wire size in accordance with local
and national electrical codes.
For a detailed description of the PXNplus CPU Board, refer
to the M3000 Installation Manual.
Figure 2: PXNplus CPU Board layout
To rack mount the controller:
1.
Remove the packing material from the enclosure.
2.
Use the six 12-24 screws provided to secure the
brackets to the enclosure.
3.
Using customer furnished 10-32, 12-24, M5, or M6
screws, secure the enclosure to the rack.
4.
If required, install cable conduit to the M3000 enclosure
knockout holes.
5.
The enclosure has knockout holes on the sides, bottom,
and back; the cable is pulled through these holes. To
open the holes, strike the knockouts from the outside of
the enclosure.
Installation
6.
Fit and tighten a strain relief clamp in each knockout
hole to be used.
The M3000 controller can be mounted to the wall or rack
mounted. The rack mount enclosure is 19 inch EIA
compatible with the optional rack mount kit.
7.
Find the nearest earth ground (such as an electrical
box or ground bus). Run the wire from the M3000
enclosure ground terminal (top left of enclosure) to the
earth ground point. Use wire size in accordance with
local and national electrical codes.
Cautions
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Do not apply power to any component during
installation. Damage to components may occur.
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The M3000 must be earth grounded.
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Grounding procedure and
regulatory information
Figure 4: Ferrite installation
Note: All of the following points must be observed for
regulatory compliance.
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All cables connected to the M3000 must be shielded
with the shield terminated as shown in Figure 3.
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The M3000 enclosure must be connected to the
nearest earth ground.
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Prior to connecting the network cable to connector J1,
loop the cable through the Ferrite provided and wrap
the cable around the Ferrite four times as shown in
Figure 4.
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The Power/Communications Board must be in the far
right slot of the M3000 card cage and grounded with a
factory-installed braided wire as shown in Figure 5.
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The PXNplus CPU Board must be in the second slot
from the right of the M3000 card cage and grounded
with a factory-installed braided wire as shown in Figure
5.
Figure 3: Using shielded cable/drain wire
Figure 5: Location and grounding of the Power/Communications and
PXNplus CPU Boards
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Connecting the AC power
WARNING: Make sure electrical power is removed prior to
making connections to the controller. Personal injury or
death can occur if electrical power is not removed.
The power supply included is a 12 VDC power supply with a
6 A current rating. This power supply is installed in the
enclosure and wired to the Power/Communications Board
for you.
AC power must be connected to the built-in power supply.
Connect and test the AC power as follows.
2.
Caution: The M3000 must be earth grounded.
Controller earth grounding (AC grounding) is a critical
element for proper operation.
To test AC power ground:
1.
Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between
the M3000 ground stud and a known good earth
ground (for example, a metal water pipe or the building
structural steel frame).
2.
A resistance value greater than 50 ohms indicates a
poor AC ground.
To connect AC power to the power supply:
1.
Follow all state, local and national electrical codes.
Using the knockouts provided in the sides and back of
the enclosure, connect AC power and earth ground to
the terminals provided inside the enclosure. See Figure
6 and Figure 7.
Figure 6: Wiring AC power through the terminal block
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Figure 7: Wiring AC power through the terminal block – detail
The battery backup acts as a temporary power supply to
the M3000 when AC power is lost. The battery included
with the enclosure is rated as 12 VDC, 12 Ah. It will need
to be connected to the power supply.
To monitor for a low battery condition, a 20 DI Board
must be installed. Any available input on the 20 DI Board
can be used to monitor for a low battery condition.
To install the battery:
Installing the battery backup
Caution: Make sure AC input and battery backup power
is disconnected prior to installing the CPU, reader, DI, and
DO boards.
1.
Unpack the battery from the shipping box.
2.
Place the battery inside the enclosure below the
power supply as shown in Figure 6.
3.
Remove the protective cover from the positive
terminal of the battery.
4.
Connect the battery leads from the power supply.
Attach the black lead to the negative terminal and
the red lead to the positive terminal of the battery.
Figure 8 shows the wiring between the battery and
the power supply.
Figure 8: Wiring diagram for the battery backup, AC power fail, and low battery
Note: For power supply P/N 300377001, the low battery trip point is 11.0 VDC; the AC power fail trip point is 12.6 VDC. For
other power supplies, refer to the manufacturer’s specifications.
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Troubleshooting
Power problems
Problem: The M3000 does not power up correctly.
Resolution: Verify that the +5V and +12V LEDs on the
Power/Communications Board are on. See Figure 1. If
these LEDs are not on, do the following:
1.
Use a voltmeter to check the power supply output. It
should read 12 to 15 VDC. If there is no output, make
sure the power supply is not on a switched outlet. Be
sure the circuit breaker for the power supply is not
tripped.
2.
Be sure connector J6 is properly seated in the board.
3.
Make sure the Power/Communications Board is
seated properly into the backplane and that no pins
have been bent on J1, the 48-pin connector.
Caution: Replace the fuse with one of the same type and
rating. Do not power the unit back on until you locate and
correct the problem. Complete all parts of this step.
4.
Remove the Power/Communications Board and
inspect the fuse. If the fuse is blown, replace it.
5.
Make sure that the wiring connections from the
power supply to the Power/Communications Board
are not reversed. If these connections are okay,
continue to step 6.
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6.
Disconnect connector J6 from the
Power/Communications Board. Use an ohmmeter to
check the resistance between pins 3 and 4. If the
resistance is less than 200 ohms, there is a short
from power to ground. Isolate the fault as follows:
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Remove all boards from the backplane except
the Power/Communications and PXNplus CPU
Boards. Add each board while measuring the
resistance on J6 pins 3 and 4. When the
resistance falls below 200 ohms while a board is
plugged in, isolate the board. Continue checking
the remaining boards for other ground faults.
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Remove connectors, one by one, on the faulty
boards until the fault condition disappears
(resistance goes above 200 ohms). Trace out
wiring on these connectors to find and correct
the problem.
Contacting customer support
You can reach customer support by phone from 8 a.m. to
7 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday.
GE Security
United States: 1-888-GE SECURITY (1-888-437-3287)
Asia: 852-2907-8108
Australia: 61-3-9259-4700
Europe: 48-58-326-22-40
Latin America: 305-593-4301
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