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GAT DC 7200 - Gantner technologies
GAT DC 7200
Door Controller for Electronic Access Control
Installation, Configuration, Operation
Document Version 1.0
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Contact address of manufacturer:
GANTNER Electronic GmbH
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Phone:
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Important Information
Dear Customer,
Our aim is to ensure that our product operates with safety and to your complete satisfaction. To achieve this aim, please take
this opportunity to familiarise yourself with the following guidelines.
- Pay attention to the safety messages in this manual. The messages are indicated by the signal words
"DANGER", "WARNING", or "CAUTION", and inform you about hazardous situations and how to avoid
them.
- Pay attention to messages indicated by the "NOTICE" signal word. These messages include important
information for avoiding property damage.
- Pay attention to the symbols and safety messages on the product.
- Read all instructions in this manual carefully before installing or operating the product.
- Where not otherwise specifically documented, the appropriate installation, commissioning, operation and
maintenance of the product is the customer’s responsibility.
- Keep this manual in a safe place for quick reference.
Safety Messages and Symbols
This manual includes important safety messages and symbols intended to inform the user about potentially hazardous situations
or important information for the safe and proper use of the described product(s). The safety messages also include directives on
how to avoid hazardous situations. These safety messages and directives must be read and observed.
The structure of the safety messages and the meaning of the symbols used in this manual are described in this section.
Safety Messages for Personal Injury
Personal safety messages contain a signal word, describe the nature of the hazard, and indicate how to avoid the hazard.
The safety alert symbol used without a signal word always precedes important safety information that must be read
carefully and the instructions carefully observed. Not doing so may cause personal injury.
Format of safety messages that apply to an entire section:
These safety messages may be used with or without a symbol.
Electrical shock
 Touching current-conducting parts may result in injury due to electrical shock.
- Do not remove safety protection and covers.
- Do not touch the electrical connections while power is being supplied.
Format of safety messages that are embedded in text and apply to a specific point:
CAUTION! Electrical shock. Never remove safety protection and covers. Do not touch the electrical
connections while power is being supplied.
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Property Damage Messages
Property damage messages are used to describe potentially hazardous situations that may lead to property damage. These
messages have the same layout as safety messages but use the signal word "NOTICE" instead of “CAUTION”.
Format of property damage messages that apply to an entire section:
Risk of damage to the device and connected devices
Risk of malfunction
- Read the following instructions carefully before installing the device.
- Always adhere to the instructions.
Format of property damage messages that are embedded in text and apply to a specific point:
NOTICE! Risk of damage to the device and connected devices. Read the following instructions carefully before installing the
device.
Definition of the signal words
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
Indicates information considered important, but not hazard-related (e.g., messages relating to
property damage).
Definition of the safety symbols
Caution: General Information
This symbol indicates general warnings or cautions that are not related to a particular type of hazard.
Caution: Electrical Shock
This symbol indicates warnings related to electrical hazards (danger due to high voltage).
Prohibited: Do Not Disassemble
This symbol indicates warnings about not disassembling certain components or equipment. Disassembling may
lead to damage or malfunction of the device.
Mandatory Action: General Information
This symbol indicates general information that must be read and followed before proceeding with the
accompanying instructions.
Mandatory Action: Read Instructions
This symbol indicates information referring to an important description in the manual, or other documentation,
which must be read and followed.
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
The installation, commissioning, and servicing of our products must be performed only by suitably trained
personnel. In particular, electrical connections must only be made by correspondingly qualified specialists.
Always observe the relevant installation regulations in accordance with the national Electrical Engineers
Association.
 Unqualified personnel may potentially perform actions that result in injury due to electrical shock.

Where not otherwise stated, installation and maintenance work on our products must be carried out when
disconnected from the power supply. This applies in particular to appliances that are normally supplied by
low-voltage current.
 If the appliance is not disconnected from power, touching terminals or other internal parts of the
appliance may lead to injury due to electrical shock.
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It is prohibited to alter the products (devices, cabling, etc.).
 Alterations to the products may subsequently result in personal injury, property damage, or damage to
the products.
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Do not remove protective shields and covers.
 Removing protective shields and covers may result in personal injury or property damage.
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Do not attempt to repair a product after a defect, failure, or damage is detected. In addition, do not put the
product back into operation. In such cases, it is essential to contact your GANTNER representative or the
GANTNER support hotline.
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The installation, commissioning, operation, and maintenance of the product must be carried out in
accordance with the technical conditions of operation as described in the corresponding documentation.
Therefore, it is essential to read the corresponding chapter of this manual and observe the instructions and
information therein.
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If there are still some points that are not entirely clear, please do not take a chance. All queries can be
clarified by your GANTNER representative or by ringing the GANTNER support hotline.
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Directly on receipt of the goods, inspect both the packaging and the product itself for any signs of damage.
Also check that the delivery is complete and includes all accessories, documentation, auxiliary devices,
etc.
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If the packaging or product has been damaged in transport, or should you suspect that it may have a fault,
the product must not be put into service. Contact your GANTNER representative who will endeavour to
resolve the problem as quickly as possible.
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GANTNER Electronic GmbH accepts no responsibility for any injuries or damage caused as a result of
improper use.
Although great care is taken and we are continuously aiming for improvement, we cannot completely exclude the possibility of
errors appearing in our documentation. GANTNER Electronic GmbH therefore accepts no responsibility for the completeness or
the accuracy of this manual. The right is reserved to make alterations at any time without prior notice.
Should you discover any fault with the product or in its accompanying documentation, or you have any suggestions for
improvement, you may confidently inform your GANTNER representative or GANTNER Electronic GmbH directly.
We especially look forward to hearing from you if you want to let us know that everything is functioning perfectly.
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This product is herewith confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the Council Directives on the Approximation of
the laws of the Member States relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EG.
This product is in conformity with the following EC directives, including all applicable amendments:
- 1999/5/EC (R&TTE directive)
- 2004/40/EC (Limitation of human exposure to electromagnetic fields)
- 2001/65/EU (Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment)
The GAT DC 7200 was developed and fabricated under the quality management standard ISO 9001 and GANTNER Electronic GmbH is
also certified according to standard ISO 14001.
The WEEE symbol on GANTNER products and their packaging indicates that the corresponding material must not be disposed of
with normal household waste. Instead such marked waste equipment must be disposed of by handing it over to a designated
electronic waste recycling facility. Separating and recycling this waste equipment at the time of disposal will help to conserve natural
resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment. Please contact your local
authority for further details of your nearest electronic waste recycling facility.
GANTNER is committed to meeting or exceeding the requirements of the RoHS directive (2011/65/EU). The RoHS directive
requires that manufacturers eliminate or minimize the use of lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, cadmium, polybrominated
biphenyls and polybrominated diphenyl ethers in electrical and electronic equipment sold in the EU after July 1, 2006.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................ 11
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
2
GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................................... 13
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
3
Intended Use...........................................................................................................................................13
Functional Description ............................................................................................................................13
Highlights ................................................................................................................................................14
Device Features ......................................................................................................................................14
Terminology ............................................................................................................................................16
RFID Technology and Data Carriers ......................................................................................................17
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................. 19
3.1
3.2
3.3
4
About this Manual ...................................................................................................................................11
Chapter Overview ...................................................................................................................................11
Target Group...........................................................................................................................................12
Formatting ...............................................................................................................................................12
Contact & Enquiries ................................................................................................................................12
Target Group...........................................................................................................................................19
System Overview ....................................................................................................................................19
Installation Instructions ...........................................................................................................................20
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ..................................................................................... 23
4.1 Target Group...........................................................................................................................................23
4.2 Network Connection ...............................................................................................................................23
4.2.1 Status Display ......................................................................................................................................24
4.3 Reader Connection .................................................................................................................................25
4.3.1 Example Connection: GAT SLR 7300 or 7310 to GAT DC 7200 ........................................................26
4.3.2 Example Connection: GAT SR 7307 or 7317 to GAT DC 7200 ..........................................................27
4.3.3 Status Display ......................................................................................................................................28
4.3.4 Automatic Reader Identification (IDENT) .............................................................................................28
4.3.5 Manipulation Alarm ..............................................................................................................................29
4.3.6 Relay Outputs and Optocoupler Inputs ................................................................................................29
4.4 Peripheral Devices ..................................................................................................................................29
4.4.1 Status Display ......................................................................................................................................30
4.5 Relay Outputs and Optocoupler Inputs ..................................................................................................30
4.6 Power Supply ..........................................................................................................................................32
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CONTROLS AND SIGNALISATION ............................................................................. 33
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
6
General ...................................................................................................................................................33
Target Group...........................................................................................................................................33
Restart ....................................................................................................................................................33
Reset Configuration Password and Network Settings ............................................................................34
Restart and Reset to Default Settings ....................................................................................................34
Signalling Overview ................................................................................................................................35
STARTUP AND CONFIGURATION .............................................................................. 37
6.1 Target Group...........................................................................................................................................37
6.2 Switching on the Power Supply ..............................................................................................................37
6.3 Startup ....................................................................................................................................................37
6.4 Configuration...........................................................................................................................................38
6.4.1 Live Status Display and Door Control ..................................................................................................39
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6.4.2 General Information .............................................................................................................................40
6.4.3 Users ....................................................................................................................................................40
6.4.4 Door Configuration ...............................................................................................................................41
6.4.5 Reader Configuration ...........................................................................................................................43
6.4.6 Hardware Extensions ...........................................................................................................................45
6.4.7 Alarm System Settings .........................................................................................................................46
6.4.8 Storage Settings ...................................................................................................................................47
6.4.9 Power over RS-485 ..............................................................................................................................47
6.4.10 Security and User .................................................................................................................................48
6.4.11 Network Settings ..................................................................................................................................49
6.4.12 Date and Time ......................................................................................................................................50
6.5 Bookings .................................................................................................................................................51
6.6 Administration and Maintenance ............................................................................................................51
6.6.1 Maintenance .........................................................................................................................................51
6.6.2 Inputs and Outputs ...............................................................................................................................52
6.6.3 Update Controller .................................................................................................................................52
6.6.4 Update Reader .....................................................................................................................................53
6.6.5 Licence .................................................................................................................................................53
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AUTHORISATION MANAGEMENT .............................................................................. 55
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STANDALONE MODE ................................................................................................... 57
8.1 Target Group...........................................................................................................................................57
8.2 Standalone Licence ................................................................................................................................57
8.3 Authorisation Management .....................................................................................................................58
8.3.1 Adding Persons and Authorisations .....................................................................................................58
8.3.2 Adding Time Plans ...............................................................................................................................61
8.3.3 Adding Day Plans .................................................................................................................................62
8.3.4 Adding Special Days ............................................................................................................................63
8.4 Limitations of Standalone Mode .............................................................................................................64
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ........................................................................... 65
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
9.10
9.11
9.12
9.13
9.14
9.15
9.16
9.17
9.18
9.19
9.20
9.21
9.22
9.23
9.24
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Entry and Exit..........................................................................................................................................65
Transmitter ..............................................................................................................................................65
WiNET Access Points .............................................................................................................................65
Door Licences .........................................................................................................................................65
Proxy Credentials ...................................................................................................................................65
Proxy Reader ..........................................................................................................................................66
Elevator Control ......................................................................................................................................66
Anti-Passback .........................................................................................................................................66
Long-Range Reader ...............................................................................................................................66
Network Security .....................................................................................................................................66
Configuration Saving ..............................................................................................................................67
Configuration Sharing .............................................................................................................................67
Extending the Outputs ............................................................................................................................67
Extending the Inputs ...............................................................................................................................67
Video Integration .....................................................................................................................................67
Plug&Play PLUS .....................................................................................................................................68
CardNET .................................................................................................................................................68
Short-Circuit Protected Connections ......................................................................................................68
Communication via the Reader Socket ..................................................................................................68
Reset to Default Settings ........................................................................................................................69
Network Connection ...............................................................................................................................69
Using GAT SR 3xx Series Readers ........................................................................................................69
MIFARE Classic ......................................................................................................................................69
MIFARE DESFire ....................................................................................................................................69
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9.25
9.26
9.27
9.28
9.29
9.30
9.31
9.32
9.33
9.34
9.35
9.36
9.37
9.38
9.39
9.40
9.41
9.42
9.43
9.44
9.45
9.46
9.47
9.48
9.49
9.50
9.51
LEGIC prime and advant ........................................................................................................................69
HID iClass ...............................................................................................................................................70
Bookings .................................................................................................................................................70
Data Carrier Types .................................................................................................................................70
Alarm System..........................................................................................................................................70
Status of the Inputs/Outputs ...................................................................................................................70
Time Server ............................................................................................................................................71
Time Zone ...............................................................................................................................................71
Summer/Winter Time Switchover ...........................................................................................................71
Backup Settings ......................................................................................................................................71
Controller and Reader Updates ..............................................................................................................71
Installation ...............................................................................................................................................71
Reader Ports ...........................................................................................................................................71
Power for Locks ......................................................................................................................................72
Identification and Verification ..................................................................................................................72
Special Authorisations ............................................................................................................................72
Multicard Handling ..................................................................................................................................72
Reading Range .......................................................................................................................................72
ISO 15693 Standard ...............................................................................................................................72
ISO 14443 Standard ...............................................................................................................................73
Reading Speed .......................................................................................................................................73
Authorisation Changes ...........................................................................................................................73
Inputs and Outputs .................................................................................................................................73
Installation ...............................................................................................................................................73
WiNET.....................................................................................................................................................73
Test Mode ...............................................................................................................................................74
Remote Control of Doors ........................................................................................................................74
10 TECHNICAL DATA........................................................................................................ 75
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
10.9
10.10
Power Supply ..........................................................................................................................................75
Reader ....................................................................................................................................................75
"Sub" Peripheral Interface ......................................................................................................................75
Relay Outputs .........................................................................................................................................76
Optocoupler Inputs .................................................................................................................................76
Memory and Time Management .............................................................................................................76
Signalling Elements ................................................................................................................................76
Housing ...................................................................................................................................................77
Ambient Conditions .................................................................................................................................77
Dimensions .............................................................................................................................................77
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INTRODUCTION
1.1 About this Manual
This manual contains all the necessary information required to install, configure, and operate the GAT DC 7200
door controller. You will also find the service instructions and disposal notes as well as the technical data of the
GAT DC 7200.
The configuration of the GAT DC 7200 is also described. This is done via an Internet browser using the GAT DC
7200 web interface. The necessary information for configuration is available in this manual.
1.2 Chapter Overview
In chapter “2 GENERAL INFORMATION”, you will find a functional description and overview of the GAT DC 7200
including the readers, peripherals, and RFID technologies supported by the device. In addition, a description of the
main terms used in this manual is available in this chapter.
Chapter “3 INSTALLATION” includes the DIN rail mounting and wall mounting instructions for the GAT DC 7200.
Here you will also find the measurements required for installation.
Chapter “4 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS” describes the connection of the external readers and I/O devices as
well as the digital inputs and outputs. Also available in this chapter are the instructions for completing the network
connection for communication as well as the voltage supply connection.
In chapter “5 CONTROLS AND SIGNALISATION”, you will find an explanation of the GAT DC 7200 operational
processes and status signalisation.
In chapter “6 STARTUP AND CONFIGURATION”, you will find a description of how to configure the GAT DC 7200
and commission for use. The configuration is performed via web interface in an Internet browser. Also described in
this chapter are the main functions of the web interface and an overview of the possible configuration settings.
In chapter “7 AUTHORISATION MANAGEMENT” you will find information on administering authorisations using
access control software.
In chapter “8 STANDALONE MODE” you will find information on administering authorisations without access control
software.
In chapter “9 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS“, you will find the answers and information for the most
frequently asked questions about the GAT DC 7200.
Chapter “10 TECHNICAL DATA” contains all the technical information and measurement diagrams of the GAT DC
7200.
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1.3 Target Group
This manual contains information relevant for the different stages in the operating life of the GAT DC 7200. Information
about the installation, electrical connection, commissioning, and service/maintenance of the GAT DC 7200 is
separated into corresponding chapters. When a chapter is intended for a specific audience, this is clarified at the
beginning of the chapter. Information for the following target groups is available in this manual:
- Installation technicians (installation, operation, configuration)
- Service technicians of the access control system (service and maintenance)
- End users of the GAT DC 7200 (user manual)
Where not explicitly stated, the information in this manual is intended for all target groups in general.
CAUTION! Injury and property/equipment damage. The tasks described in each chapter must only be
performed by the specified target group. Unqualified personnel who perform the described tasks risk personal injury
or damaging property/equipment.
1.4 Formatting
The following formatting is used in this manual to indicate non safety-critical information that is relevant for the
particular section.
Information text Information text Information text Information text Information text Information text Information
text Information text
Instructions that must be carried out by the user, and the result of each instruction step, are formatted as follows.
►
Instruction instruction instruction instruction instruction instruction instruction instruction instruction
instruction instruction instruction instruction.
o Result of instruction result of instruction result of instruction result of instruction result of instruction.
NOTE! This signal word is used to indicate important information, relating to the current topic, which must be read
and followed in order to complete a task.
1.5 Contact & Enquiries
If you have any questions concerning the GAT DC 7200, or with any of the associated hardware and software
products from GANTNER, please get in touch with your local distributor or directly with one of the GANTNER
branch offices. The contact details are listed on the cover of this manual.
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2 GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1 Intended Use
The GAT DC 7200 door controller is designed for the electronic access control of interior and exterior doors in
public buildings such as company, sales, and factory buildings. In addition to the GAT DC 7200, one or more
external readers (available from GANTNER Electronic GmbH) as well as an electronic door lock are required. The
identification of system users at the connected readers takes place using contactless RFID (Radio Frequency
Identification) data carriers, biometrics, or via code input.
The types of doors being controlled are independent of the GAT DC 7200. The appropriate electronic door lock
must be used for the applicable door type.
2.2 Functional Description
In order to gain access to an area of a building secured by the GAT DC 7200 door controller, the person uses their
personal RFID data carrier for identification at the remote reading unit, which is connected to the door controller.
Several readers can also be used. The door controller then checks the identification data with the authorisation data
and timetables stored in the door controller. If access is permitted, the door controller controls the electronic door
opener via the configured relay or unlocks the electronic door lock.
The door controller is installed in a secure area with communication between the door controller and the reader
encrypted to prevent manipulation.
The GAT DC 7200 allows the control of doors to be configured very flexibly. Depending on the application, several
doors can be monitored and controlled by a door controller, and up to 4 readers (or 16 with expansion licence) can
also connect to a GAT DC 7200. This makes it possible to implement functions such as direction detection, e.g.,
one reader for access identification and one reader for exit identification.
The GAT DC 7200 door controller operates autonomously and connects to access control software via the Ethernet
interface. GANTNER Electronic GmbH provides GAT ACE 7000 software for hardware communication and
configuration and GAT Matrix software for access authorisation. GAT ACE 7000 provides the interface between
GAT Matrix and the door controller and is used to configure the door controllers, readers, and system. In GAT
Matrix, the timetables and access authorisations for persons, data carriers, etc., are defined before being uploaded
to the door controller.
All permitted entries and access attempts are recorded by the GAT DC 7200 and can be displayed and evaluated
via the network.
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2.3 Highlights
- Access control for up to 4 doors (or up to 16 with expansion licence)
- Up to 16 multi-technology readers for LEGIC, MIFARE®, ISO 15693, and HID iClass can be connected
- Automatic reader recognition
- Plug&Play installation
- Ethernet connection via RJ 45 plug
- 6 relay outputs and digital inputs
- Sub interface for peripherals
- Configuration via clear, secure web interface
- Integration with GAT ACE 7000 and GAT Matrix access control software
- Internal clock with automatic summer/winter time switching, protected against power failure
- Simple DIN rail mounting
2.4 Device Features
1 … Ethernet interface
5 … Relay output
9 … Wall mounting point
2 … Sub interface for peripheral devices
6 … Power supply connection
10 … DIN rail mounting point
3 … External reader interface
7 … Status LED 1, RESET button
11 … DIN rail locking latch
4 … Optocoupler input
8 … Status LED 2, MODE button
Figure 2.1 – Device features
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Order Information:
GAT DC 7200
Door controller, 4 external readers per door, 6 digital inputs, 6 rela y outputs,
Ethernet interface, sub interface
Expansion Licences:
GAT DC 7200 PLUS License
GAT DC 7200 expansion licence from 4 to 16 doors
GAT DC 7200 Elevator License
Expansion licence for elevator and locker control
GAT DC 7200 Standalone License
Expansion licence to allow controller to operate without access control software
Accessories:
GAT SP 070, 2.0A
DIN rail power supply
Output: DC 12 V, I = 2 A
GAT SP 070, 7.5A
DIN rail power supply
Output: DC 12 V, I = 7.5 A
GAT SP 074, 1.5A
DIN rail power supply
Output: DC 24 V, I = 1.5 A
GAT SP 074, 4.2A
DIN rail power supply
Output: DC 24 V, I = 4.2 A
GAT SP 07x Fuse Block
GAT SP 07x fuses for DIN rail mounting
Installation Box 9118
Circuit breaker box with 1 DIN rail, IP 65, 40 x 33 x 13 cm
Installation Box 9236
Circuit breaker box with 2 DIN rails, IP 65, 40 x 48 x 13 cm
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532220
Part No.:
753023
794028
794230
Part No.:
759534
759433
759231
759332
803726
803625
803524
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2.5 Terminology
Some terms are used frequently in this manual and these are defined below.
Computer / PC
These terms refer to all desktop and laptop computers running a Microsoft® Windows® operating system used, e.g.,
to configure the GAT DC 7200.
Controller / Door controller
General term for access control devices used for door control.
Data carrier
A data carrier is a form of identification media with electronic memory and ID number that is used by staff and
visitors in a facility for identification at the readers connected to the door controllers. Data carriers are available in a
variety of different forms (e.g., chip cards and key tags) and for different identification systems (LEGIC, MIFARE®,
ISO 15693).
Door
This term refers to the entry point being controlled by the GAT DC 7200. This is usually a door that is restricting
access to a room or area in a building. However, gates, turnstiles, and other similar devices can also be controlled
and monitored. A GAT DC 7200 can monitor up to 4 doors (or up to 16 with additional expansion licence).
Facility
Refers to the building where access to specific areas is controlled by the GAT DC 7200.
FID (Company ID) and Site Key
The FID and Site Key are unique numbers assigned to every facility installation. LEGIC systems use the FID
number while MIFARE® systems use the Site Key, which is a combination of the FID and the read and write keys.
The FID / Site Key is encoded in every data carrier and device in the facility to ensure that data carriers from one
installation are not used in other installations.
Lock
This term refers to the electronic door lock that is controlled by a GAT DC 7200.
Reader
Readers are devices that connect to a GAT DC 7200 via serial RS-485 interface and used to read/transmit data
carrier information to the controller. Different types of readers can be used in the system.
RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification)
Identification over a short distance using radio frequency. An RFID data carrier is used to identify individual users in
GANTNER systems.
User / Person
In this manual, these terms refer to the persons who wish to gain access to a door controlled by a GAT DC 7200
using their data carrier or fingerprint for identification at the connected reader.
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2.6 RFID Technology and Data Carriers
For identification at a GAT DC 7200 via contactless data carriers, various radio frequency identification (RFID)
readers and technologies are available from GANTNER Electronic GmbH.
As the GAT DC 7200 does not have an integrated reader and communication with the connected external readers
occurs via RS-485 and the corresponding protocol, it does not matter which RFID technology is used with the GAT
DC 7200.
The information in this manual is therefore generally applicable for RFID technologies that are supported by the
GAT DC 7200 and the connected GAT SR 73xx or GAT SLR 73xx readers. These are essentially the following
technologies:
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LEGIC prime
LEGIC advant
MIFARE DESFire EV1® and EV2®
ISO 14443A
ISO 14443B
ISO 15693
Sony Felica
Inside Contactless (HID iClass)
In addition to the RFID technologies mentioned, numerous other technologies (e.g., 125 kHz, UHF long-range, etc.)
can be used with the GAT SR 7000 Wiegand interface.
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3 INSTALLATION
This chapter describes the process required to install the GAT DC 7200. This includes the possible installation
locations and what to consider during installation.
Risk of damage or failure to the GAT DC 7200
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Read the information in this section carefully before installing the GAT DC 7200.
Install the GAT DC 7200 in a dry place, protected from rain and dripping water.
Carefully observe the installation diagrams.
Use the correct tools to install the GAT DC 7200.
3.1 Target Group
This chapter provides information for technicians who install the GAT DC 7200 door controller. Experience in
mechanical work and basic electrical knowledge is required. Previous knowledge of the GAT DC 7200 or GANTNER
access systems is not required.
3.2 System Overview
The GAT DC 7200 can control one or more doors and one or more readers can be connected. In addition, the GAT
DC 7200 must be connected to an Ethernet network and requires a power supply for operation. Additional devices
such as electronic door openers and door contacts can also be connected. These connections and the cabling
required must be taken into account when selecting the installation location.
The following diagram shows an example installation.
Figure 3.1 – System overview
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3.3 Installation Instructions
The GAT DC 7200 is designed to mount onto a DIN rail (top hat type) in a 19´´ rack, e.g., in a server cabinet. The
GAT DC 7200 attaches to the DIN rail as shown in the following diagram.
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Figure 3.2 – DIN rail mounting
► Pull the DIN rail locking lever (1) down and hold it in this position.
► Attach the top of the GAT DC 7200 onto the DIN rail (2) then swing the bottom of the unit forwards.
► Push the DIN rail locking latch (1) upwards until the tab of the latch engages in the DIN rail.
o
The tab of the locking latch locks into the DIN rail.
► Ensure that the GAT DC 7200 is held securely.
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Alternatively, it is possible to mount the GAT DC 7200 onto a wall using two screws.
Step 1
Step 2
Figure 3.3 – Wall mounting with 2 screws
►
Mark the two mounting holes (3) onto the wall (horizontal orientation, 89.4 mm apart).
►
Drill the mounting holes to the correct depth.
NOTE! Depending on the wall material, use a suitable drill as well as screws and dowels (if necessary) so that
the GAT DC 7200 is held securely. The GAT DC 7200 weighs approx. 210 g.
►
Fasten the screws until approximately 5 mm protrudes from the wall.
►
Attach the GAT DC 7200 onto the screws then push down so that the screw heads sit in the narrow section of
the mounting holes.
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Ensure that the GAT DC 7200 is held securely.
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4 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
This chapter describes how to complete the network, power supply, reader, and peripheral device cabling
connections.
Electric Shock
 Touching the power cables may result in electrical shock.
- Electrical connections may only be performed by the specified target group.
- Always follow the instructions described in this chapter.
Damage to or Malfunction of the GAT DC 7200
- Read the information in this chapter carefully before connecting the GAT DC 7200.
- Complete the cabling connection in the order and at the terminals/connectors described.
4.1 Target Group
This chapter contains information for personnel completing the GAT DC 7200 electrical connections. Observe the
legal requirements for electrical installations where the GAT DC 7200 is being installed, e.g., electrical connection
only by suitably trained electrician, material specifications, and tools used. Also observe the spatial and climatic
operating conditions of the GAT DC 7200.
4.2 Network Connection
An Ethernet connection is necessary for configuration and communication with the higher-level access control
system. The GAT DC 7200 provides a 10/100 MBit interface via an RJ45 socket.
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Figure 4.1 – GAT DC 7200 Ethernet connection
Observe the following important points for the Ethernet connection.
- Cable type: min. CAT 5 (STP)
- Cable length: max. 100 m (according to Ethernet standard).
- Cable connector: RJ45
- Connects to network hub or switch
4.2.1
Status Display
There are 2 LEDs on the RJ 45 socket of the Ethernet interface that signal the following information.
LED
Status
Meaning
orange (1)
on
100 MBit
off
10 MBit
flashing
Connection (link) and communication active
off
Connection and communication not active
green (2)
Table 4.1 – LED signalling – Ethernet interface
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4.3 Reader Connection
GANTNER Electronic GmbH offers various types of RFID readers that can connect to the GAT DC 7200:
- GAT SR 73xx
- GAT SLR 73xx
- GAT SR 3xx
- GAT SLR 3xx
- GAT DL 091 and WiNET components
Communication with the readers occurs via the serial RS-485 interface.
The readers connect to the connectors labelled "Reader". Depending on the type of reader cable, connection to the
four RJ 45 sockets labelled "Reader 1" ... "Reader 4" or the "Reader" screw terminal is possible.
Connecting to the RJ 45 sockets has the advantage of the Plug&Play PLUS function. The controller automatically
recognises the connected readers and assigns the "Reader 1" reader to door 1, the "Reader 2" reader to door 2,
etc. This function allows a reader to be exchanged without needing to change the configuration.
Figure 4.2 – Reader connection
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A total of 4 readers, or max. 16 with an additional expansion licence, can connect to one GAT DC 7200. It is
possible to use, e.g., a Y adapter to connect multiple readers to one socket.
Power is supplied to the readers by the GAT DC 7200, or alternatively, by a separate power supply. For the RJ45
sockets, voltage is supplied at the socket. The voltage can be switched individually at each socket and the sockets
are individually protected against overload and short circuiting. Note that the total current per RJ45 socket must not
exceed 1 A. In addition, the total power drawn from all RJ 45 sockets of the GAT DC 7200 must not exceed 40 VA.
When connecting to the "Reader" screw terminal, you can draw power from the GAT DC 7200 to supply the reader
or supply power via a separate power supply. The following two diagrams show how to connect a GAT SLR 73xx or
GAT SR 73xx reader to the RJ45 sockets and screw terminals.
Please note that when a reader is connected to the screw terminals, the IDENT line of the reader cannot be
used thereby making the Plug&Play function unavailable.
4.3.1
Example Connection: GAT SLR 7300 or 7310 to GAT DC 7200
Figure 4.3 – Connection of a GAT SLR 73xx to an RJ45 socket
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"Reader x" RJ 45 socket PIN assignment:
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(1)
(2)
Signal
Wire colour (1)
Wire colour (2)
IDENT
GND
A
B
GND
VOut+ (DC 12-24 V)
VOut+ (DC 12-24 V)
white
brown
green
yellow
grey
red
blue
red
white/orange
orange
white/green
blue
white/blue
green
white/brown
brown
… Standard cable included with GAT SLR 7300/7310 readers (Part No.: 869834)
… Shielded, twisted pair data cable (standard CAT 5 colour assignment according to TIA/EIA-568-B.1-2001 - T568B).
Table 4.2 – PIN assignment and colours of the connection cable
4.3.2
Example Connection: GAT SR 7307 or 7317 to GAT DC 7200
Figure 4.4 – Reader connection to the screw terminals
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Connection of the connection cable:
Signal
Wire colour (1)
VOut+ (DC 12-24 V)
GND
A
B
IDENT
Relay contact NO (normally open)
Relay contact C
Relay contact NC (normally closed)
Optocoupler input IN+
Optocoupler input IN-
brown
white
yellow
green
grey
purple
black
red
pink
blue
(1)
… Fixed GAT SR 73x7 connection cable
Table 4.3 – Screw terminal assignment and colours of the connection cable
NOTE! GAT SR 73xx and SLR 73xx readers may only be connected to the RJ 45 sockets labelled “Reader 1” to
“Reader 4” or the “Reader” screw terminals as described. Never use the connections labelled “Sub” or “Ethernet”.
4.3.3
Status Display
There are 2 LEDs on the RJ 45 socket of the reader interface that signal the following information.
LED
Status
Meaning
orange (1)
on
Power supply for connected reader OK
off
Power supply disabled or fault
flashing
Communication to the connected reader OK (only with connected IDENT
green (2)
cable and devices that support Plug&Play PLUS)
off
No communication (or IDENT line is not connected or Plug&Play PLUS is
not supported by the connected device)
Table 4.4 – LED signalling – Reader interface
4.3.4
Automatic Reader Identification (IDENT)
GAT SR 73xx and GAT SLR 73xx series readers have an IDENT line for Plug&Play PLUS commissioning, which
provides automatic reader allocation for readers connected to the RJ 45 sockets of the GAT DC 7200. The
connected readers are automatically identified and assigned to the doors with the same number as the reader
connection (reader 1 at door 1, reader 2 at door 2, etc.).
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Alternatively, an automatic reader search can be performed for GAT SR 3xx and GAT SLR 3xx series readers or
when more than 4 readers are used with a GAT DC 7200. The readers can be assigned manually to doors 1 to 16.
Readers found during the search are inserted with the correct type in the configuration settings. A detailed
description of configuring readers with the GAT DC 7200 is available in the GAT ACE configuration software
manual.
NOTE! GAT SR 3xx and GAT SLR 3xx series readers do not support the Plug&Play PLUS function and must be
manually configured.
4.3.5 Manipulation Alarm
The GAT DC 7200 automatically detects when a reader is disconnected during operation and triggers a
manipulation alarm for the relevant door (reader) when this occurs. Possible causes can include the severing of the
cable or a communication interruption. The manipulation alarm is recorded internally as a booking and, when a relay
of the GAT DC 7200 is configured for the manipulation alarm, the relay is activated.
4.3.6 Relay Outputs and Optocoupler Inputs
Some readers (GAT SR 73xx series) have a relay output and a potential-free optocoupler input. The function and
timing of these inputs and outputs can be freely configured when connected to the GAT DC 7200.
NOTE! Unprotected inputs/outputs. Please note that the relay output and optocoupler input of these readers are
unprotected when the housing is opened without authorisation. Therefore, do not connect any security-critical
elements to these terminals. For example, you can use the relay output to control a closing grid or lighting element
that can be switched on/off via timing or identification operation.
A detailed description of all possible functions is available in the operating manual of the GAT ACE
configuration software from GANTNER Electronic GmbH.
Please also observe the information in the GAT SR 73xx datasheet.
4.4 Peripheral Devices
The connection of peripheral devices for the expansion of controller functionality is done at the interface labelled
"Sub". For example, you can connect relay strips to increase the number of relay outputs to allow elevator control.
Peripheral devices can connect either via the RJ45 socket or the screw terminals. The current drawn from the RJ45
“Sub” socket must not exceed 1 A. In addition, the total power drawn from all RJ 45 sockets of the GAT DC 7200
must not exceed 40 VA.
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4.4.1
Status Display
There are 2 LEDs on the RJ 45 socket of the “Sub” interface that signal the following information.
LED
Status
Meaning
orange (1)
on
Power supply for connected device OK
off
Power supply disabled or fault
flashing
Communication to the connected device OK (only with connected IDENT
green (2)
cable and devices that support Plug&Play PLUS)
off
No communication (or IDENT line is not connected or Plug&Play PLUS is
not supported by the connected device)
Table 4.5 – LED signalling – Sub interface
4.5 Relay Outputs and Optocoupler Inputs
The GAT DC 7200 is equipped with 6 relay outputs and 6 potential-free optocoupler inputs. The function and timing
of these inputs and outputs can be freely configured.
A common application of the relay outputs is the activation of the unlocking relay of a monitored door. Following
valid identification and access authorisation, the applicable relay is activated for the configured time thereby
unlocking the electronic door lock.
The optocoupler inputs serve as digital status inputs, e.g., to detect door states or to enable a button release. The
function and timing of these digital inputs can also be individually configured.
A detailed description of all possible functions is available in the operating manual of GAT ACE 7000
configuration software from GANTNER Electronic GmbH.
The following figure shows the connection of an electronic door opener and a door feedback input.
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Figure 4.5 – Connection of the relay outputs and optocoupler inputs
The voltage for the optocoupler inputs can, e.g., be supplied by the GAT DC 7200 door controller or by an external
source. Observe the permitted voltage and current values (see “10 TECHNICAL DATA”). The voltage for the relay
outputs must be supplied by an external source.
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4.6 Power Supply
WARNING! Electrical Shock. Never touch mains voltage and always use an LPS (Limited Power Source)
power supply with the appropriate specifications (see “10 TECHNICAL DATA”).
The GAT DC 7200 requires a DC power supply. The permissible voltage range is 10 - 28 V and the nominal voltage
12 and 24 V. Only use one LPS (Limited Power Source) power supply unit for the voltage supply of the GAT DC
7200.
The power consumption of the GAT DC 7200 without connected devices is less than 5 VA. For dimensioning of the
voltage supply, all connected devices must be considered. The applicable data for these devices can be found in
the respective datasheets.
►
Connect the supply lines to the VIN+ and GND screw terminals of the GAT DC 7200 "Power" terminal.
Figure 4.6 – Connection of the power supply
►
Ensure that all additional cabling (Ethernet, reader, peripheral, etc.) is connected to the GAT DC 7200
►
Plug the mains cable of the power supply into the mains socket.
o If mains power is switched on, the GAT DC 7200 starts up. The startup process takes about 10 to 20
seconds, depending on the configuration, until the door controller and the readers are ready for use.
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5 CONTROLS AND SIGNALISATION
5.1 General
The GAT DC 7200 door controller operates with the predefined configuration and authorisation data and waits for
an identification request at a connected reader or signal from a digital input. For the selection of functions or the
input of PIN codes, readers with a keypad can be connected.
Status information is displayed by the GAT DC 7200 via acoustic signals and LEDs. If required, the GAT DC 7200
can be restarted, the password and network settings can be reset, or the GAT DC 7200 can be reset to factory
settings via a button.
5.2 Target Group
This chapter provides information for service technicians in the event that the GAT DC 7200 malfunctions. This
information is not intended for users of the access system.
5.3 Restart
This function can help if the GAT DC 7200 is not responding. When restarting, the GAT DC 7200 is idle for
approximately 20 seconds until it restarts. All data and settings in the GAT DC 7200 are retained during the restart.
The reset button is located on the RJ45 socket side of the housing.
Figure 5.1 – Button for restarting the GAT DC 7200
►
Insert a thin, but not sharp, object into the hole shown in the figure above.
►
Press the button in briefly and then release.
o The GAT DC 7200 emits a short tone and restarts. This process takes approximately 10 to 20 seconds
before the GAT DC 7200 is ready for use again.
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5.4 Reset Configuration Password and Network Settings
If the password used for configuring the GAT DC 7200 via the web interface is forgotten, or if the network settings
are incorrect, this information can be reset to the default settings. No other data apart from the network settings and
password will be deleted from the GAT DC 7200.
The reset button is located on the RJ45 socket side of the housing.
Figure 5.2 – Button for resetting the password and network settings
►
Insert a thin, but not sharp, object into the hole shown in the figure above.
►
Press the button in for 5 seconds until 2 beeps are heard.
►
Release the button then briefly press it again to confirm.
o The password and network settings are reset and the GAT DC 7200 restarts.
o If this process has not worked, 1 low beep is emitted.
5.5 Restart and Reset to Default Settings
This function can help if the GAT DC 7200 is unresponsive or not configured correctly. When resetting to the default
settings, all the configuration data, bookings, schedules, etc., are deleted from the GAT DC 7200 and set to the
values at the time of delivery. The configuration and authorisation data must be recreated or uploaded after the
reset.
NOTE! Save all required bookings and data before resetting the GAT DC 7200 to the default settings.
The reset button is located on the RJ45 socket side of the housing.
Figure 5.3 – Button for resetting the GAT DC 7200 to the default settings
►
Insert a thin, but not sharp, object into the hole shown in the figure above.
►
Press the button in for 10 seconds until 3 beeps are heard.
►
Release the button then briefly press it again to confirm.
o The data in the GAT DC 7200 is deleted and the controller restarts with the default settings.
o If this process has not worked, 1 low beep is emitted.
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5.6 Signalling Overview
The GAT DC 7200 has two LEDs for displaying status information and operating states. The following table shows
the possible signalling.
General
LED 1
LED 2
LED
Signal
Meaning
LED 1
green
Connect to host software OK
red
No connection to host software
flashing
red/green
Bootloader mode
blue
Reserved for future use
LED 2
Table 5.1 - Overview of general LED signalling
RS-485 Interface (RJ45 Socket) for Readers and Peripherals
LED Orange
LED Green
LED
Signal
Meaning
LED Orange
orange
Power supply for connected device OK
off
Power supply disabled or fault
flashing green
Communication to the connected device OK (only with
devices that support Plug&Play PLUS)
No communication or Plug&Play PLUS not supported by
the connected device
LED Green
off
Table 5.2 - LED signalling on the RJ45 sockets of the reader and peripheral interfaces
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LED Orange
LED Green
LED
Signal
Meaning
LED Orange
orange
100 MBit connection
off
10 MBit connection
flashing green
Link and communication active
LED Green
Table 5.3 - LED signalling on the RJ45 socket of the Ethernet interface
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6 STARTUP AND CONFIGURATION
In order to commission the GAT DC 7200 following installation, the device settings must be configured. This is done
over the network via the web interface. The information required to configure the GAT DC 7200 is provided in this
chapter.
The configuration contains the functional settings of the door controller. This includes, e.g., the delay settings for
unlocking, max. allowed openings, the functional settings for the digital inputs and outputs, the settings for the
connected readers (type, RFID technology, data format, etc.), and the alarm system and duress PIN code settings.
The authorisation of system users is not part of the configuration process as this is defined in the access control
software, e.g., GAT Matrix.
6.1 Target Group
This chapter provides information for technicians who configure the GAT DC 7200 and put the device into operation.
A base knowledge of electronics is assumed. It is also recommended to participate in a GANTNER training course
on the access control system.
6.2 Switching on the Power Supply
►
Ensure that all the required cabling (Ethernet, reader, peripheral, etc.) is correctly connected to the GAT DC
7200 as described in chapter 4.
►
Plug the mains cable of the power supply into the mains socket.
o If mains power is switched on, the GAT DC 7200 starts up. The startup process takes about 10 to 20
seconds, depending on the configuration, until the door controller is ready for use.
6.3 Startup
When the GAT DC 7200 is first switched on after delivery, the door controller is preconfigured with the default
settings. This means:
- The connected readers are detected and activated automatically. The Plug&Play PLUS function ensures that
readers connected to the RJ45 sockets are automatically assigned to doors 1 to 4 according to their socket
connection number (Reader 1 to Reader 4).
- The readers are configured to read the unique numbers of data carriers. Only the authorisation data of persons
must be defined in the access control software, allocated to the corresponding data carriers, and uploaded to the
controller.
- For GAT SR/SLR 73xx series readers, the LEGIC prime, LEGIC advant, ISO 14443A, and ISO 15693 RFID
technologies are activated.
- Relay output 1 is pre-defined as an unlocking relay for door 1 and optocoupler input 1 pre-defined as door
feedback for door 1. This default setting also applies to doors 2, 3, and 4 with relay and optocoupler 2, 3, and 4
respectively.
- The time zone is set to UTC +01:00 and the European summer/winter time switchover is activated.
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- DHCP is activated to automatically obtain an IP address on the network. The network name of the GAT DC 7200
is set to the following:
DC7x_nnnnnnnnnn
Where nnnnnnnnnn is the serial number of the device. The serial number is found on the back of the GAT
DC 7200 or on the packaging. This means that every device in the network can be addressed uniquely.
6.4 Configuration
Configuration of the GAT DC 7200 is done via an internet browser and web interface. Any current browser can be
used on a desktop computer as well as the mobile variant on, e.g., a smartphone or tablet. GANTNER Electronic
GmbH recommends using the latest version of the Firefox or Chrome web browser for configuration.
GAT ACE 7000 software is also configured via the same web interface.
►
Enter one of the following addresses into the web browser to open the web interface for configuring the GAT
DC 7200:
http://DC7x_nnnnnnnnnn
http://<IP-Address>
(where nnnnnnnnnn is the device serial number) or
(where <IP-Address> is the IPv4 address of the GAT DC 7200 in the network)
The GAT DC 7200 uses DHCP to automatically obtain an IP address from the network during startup. The IP
address of the GAT DC 7200 can be found, e.g., using GANTNER’s GAT Device Finder software.
.
o A pop-up login window opens.
►
Enter your username and password into the login window to log in to the GAT DC 7200.
NOTE! The default username and password is "admin" and "GAT" respectively. After logging in for the first time,
change the default password to a secure password and store in a safe place.
►
Click on "OK".
o The main window with live view of the doors opens in the web interface.
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Figure 6.1 – Configuration of the GAT DC 7200 - Web interface main window
o Other web interface functions can be accessed via the menu.
6.4.1
Live Status Display and Door Control
If doors have already been configured, the status of the defined doors and the security status are displayed in the
"Live view".
Figure 6.2 – Web Interface - Live status display
The various lock modes (unlocked, locked, permanently unlocked, permanently locked) are displayed for each door,
and if door feedback is configured, the door state (open, closed) can also be displayed. In the event that an alarm is
activated at a door, this is also displayed here. Furthermore, the live status display shows whether the door decides
autonomously regarding access authorisation or not and whether the connected reader is connected or not.
The security display shows whether the intruder detection system is activated or deactivated, and whether it is
ready for activation. The
symbol indicates that the connection between the PC and GAT DC 7200 is secure. For
more information, see the following chapters on configuring the system. If a
symbol is displayed instead, not all
security settings are set optimally, e.g., the default password has not been changed.
The direct controls for the unlocking of doors and the acknowledgment of alarms are also provided here via the
buttons below the door name.
The bookings for each door can also be evaluated or the live video image retrieved.
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6.4.2
General Information
Numerous settings can be changed during configuration of the GAT DC 7200. The settings must be saved in the
GAT DC 7200 so that they can be activated. The function for saving always refers to individual settings groups that
are related. If a value within a settings group is changed, the “Save” button becomes green and the corresponding
menu is highlighted in red to indicate that a change has been made. As soon as the values are saved, the “Save”
button returns to white and the menu indication disappears.
Figure 6.3 – Web Interface – Indication of unsaved changes
A warning is displayed when you attempt to leave the configuration interface of the GAT DC 7200 with changes that
have not been saved yet.
Figure 6.4 – Web Interface – Warning message for unsaved changes
►
If you do not want to lose the changes, select “Stay on this Page” and save the changes.
►
If you leave the page with the button "Leave this Page", the changes will not be saved!
6.4.3 Users
The logged-in user is displayed next to the GANTNER logo.
Figure 6.5 – Web Interface – Username of current user
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►
You can change the user's password by clicking on the username.
Figure 6.6 – Web Interface – Change user password window
The “Change user” button allows you to log in as a different user with restricted permissions. To do this, users must
first be defined in the configuration.
6.4.4
Door Configuration
Upon delivery of the GAT DC 7200, 4 doors (Door 1 to Door 4) are set by default. These are available under
"Configuration" -> "Doors" and can be configured to your own requirements.
►
Select for "Door 1" a parameter suitable for your purpose
►
Rename the door to the usage accordingly, e.g., Main entrance.
Figure 6.7 – Web interface – Door settings
For each door the following settings can be defined:
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- “Door mode”: Via this setting, the door can be set to “Not used”. When using a cabled reader, set the door mode
to “Normal”. For wireless networked doors, select the appropriate WiNET option. For lockers, set the door mode
to “Locker Control”, for which an additional licence is required (see ordering instructions).
- “Silent Mode”: If this option is selected, the beeper of the respective reader is deactivated. For readers that do not
support this function, the beeper is still heard in silent mode.
- "Direction”: Here you can select whether the door is an entry or exit door. This information is displayed in the
bookings.
- “Alarm mode”: This setting allows you to activate or deactivate an intrusion detection system (IDS) for the
respective door. If the IDS setting is activated, access is prevented at the same time when the IDS is active. It is
also possible to select whether to display the IDS state at the reader point (green = IDS activated, blue = IDS
deactivated, or IDS state not displayed).
- "Fingerprint": This setting determines whether fingerprints are to be used for verification, identification, or to not
use these additional verification options at the door.
- "Unlocking time": This time determines how long the lock is unlocked following valid identification. Select “Use full
unlocking time” to unlock the lock for the entire unlocking time. Otherwise, the unlocking time ends as soon as the
door is detected as being open.
- "Enable permanent unlocking by button": This option allows the door to be permanently opened by an external
signal, e.g., push button. If this function is not activated, the opening of the door via this signal only occurs for the
unlocking time. For a new release, the signal must first expire before a new release is possible.
- "Max. door open time": This time determines the maximum time a door can be held open until a signal is triggered.
The signal can be realised via a relay output or notification in the building control system. The signal is then
enabled for the period defined in the “Door open warning time" field and if the door is not closed within this time, a
"door open too long alarm" is triggered.
- "Output settings" and "Input settings": The settings in these areas are used to convert logic signals and states to
electrical signals.
The GAT DC 7200 has 6 digital optocoupler inputs and 6 relay outputs, which can be configured to perform different
functions (see table below). For the door settings, each door can be assigned an optocoupler input or a relay output
with each of these functions if desired. This allows the GAT DC 7200 to be tailored to individual applications.
Relay Outputs
Optocoupler Inputs
Door release (2x)
Door contact feedback
Special authorisation
Button release (2x)
Break-in alarm
Activate access block
Manipulation alarm
Disable general open function
Threat alarm
Warning of door open alarm
Door open alarm with door open too long
Table 6.1 – Functions of the digital inputs and outputs of the GAT DC 7200
The use of the same relay or optocoupler with different doors is possible. For example, a collective alarm
(manipulation alarm from all doors issued via a relay contact) or a collective control (one signal used to unlock
multiple doors) can be easily implemented. However, it is important to realise that some functions are mutually
exclusive or not applicable for certain applications. Such configurations are to be avoided.
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6.4.5
Reader Configuration
The configuration of readers is universal, which allows various types of data carriers and readers to use the GAT
DC 7200. However, the simplest configuration is when GAT SR 73xx series readers and data carriers with
GANTNER coding are used.
Figure 6.8 – Web interface – RFID technologies and basic settings for readers
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Select the menu item "Readers" and go to the tab "General". The following information can be defined.
- "Default company id: Enter your system number in this field. You would have received this number together with
delivery of the data carriers.
- "Auto assign reader id to reader port number": This setting activates the Plug&Play PLUS function, which enables
the automatic recognition of readers. If readers are used that do not support this function, or if several readers are
connected to a reader socket, this function must be deactivated and the assignment completed manually.
- "RFID standards": In this area, select the identification technologies or ISO standards that apply for your data
carriers. This selection/deselection of RFID standards is only possible for readers that support this function.
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On the register card "Data carriers" define the settings for the data carriers.
Figure 6.9 – Web interface – Data carrier settings
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For standard data carrier coding, simple settings are available with simple defaults suggested automatically. Only
change these settings if you understand the meaning. Otherwise, please contact your local supplier or the Technical
Support Team at GANTNER Electronic GmbH.
Customer-specific data carrier coding can also be used in many cases when the coding information is available. In
this instance, it is necessary to test the data carriers for usability during the project planning process.
A simple method is to use the unique number of data carriers. You can set this by selecting “Unique number” or
“Custom unique number”. It should be noted that the security level of these data carriers is not as high as with
coded data carriers.
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Go to the "Reader" tab.
o This tab displays the readers that were identified and assigned via Plug&Play PLUS.
Figure 6.10 – Web interface – Reader settings
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If Plug&Play PLUS is not activated, you can search for readers manually via the “Search new readers” button
and then assign them to the doors.
Please note that GAT SR 380 type readers cannot be used with the GAT DC 7200.
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Go to the "WiNET" tab.
Figure 6.11 – Web interface – WiNET settings
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When using battery-powered locks operating in WiNET mode, the detected access points and the locks that are
within range of the access points are displayed. These locks can be assigned to doors using their serial numbers.
- "RSSI": The value in the column "RSSI" (green - orange - red) indicates the strength of the wireless connection to
the locks, which is useful for positioning the access points correctly.
- "Last contact": This column indicates the time elapsed since the lock last communicated with the GAT DC 7200.
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Go to the tab "CardNET".
In this tab, the CardNET system can be activated in the GAT DC 7200. This allows authorisations to be written onto
data carriers that can then be used with battery-powered locks for authorisation checks. Reports on the battery
condition of doors can also be read and forwarded to the higher-level software.
The periods for how long the authorisations are created and when they can be renewed can also be defined.
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Go to the tab "ISO2/Wiegand".
In the “ISO2/Wiegand” tab, the settings for long-range readers or readers with other RFID technologies, e.g.,
PROXY 125 kHz readers, can be defined. There are also some simple settings for GANTNER readers here, e.g.,
GAT Reader 405 AP, GAT Reader 550, GAT SR 861, etc.
For other readers, the reader's format must be known and the applicable configuration chosen.
6.4.6
Hardware Extensions
The “Extensions” menu item is used to manage hardware extensions such as lift controllers, locker control systems,
or images from video cameras.
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Select the menu item "Extensions" and go to the tab “Relay expander”
o Here the relays of up to 2 GAT IO 055 are listed (one relay per line).
Figure 6.12 – Web interface – Relay expander settings
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In the column "Used for" select the function "General purpose" to set the relay(s) to the general purpose
function.
o The relay(s) is(are) thereby available for door configuration or configuration of the alarm system.
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When an elevator licence has been installed on the GAT DC 7200, the relays can also be used for elevator
controllers or locker control systems.
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The relays can be assigned to one or more doors.
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The purpose for the relay can be defined in the “Name” field, which is then also displayed in the matrix when
defining the relay plans.
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The process for configuring locker control is the same as for elevator control, however, select “Locker control”
instead of “Normal” in the “Door mode” field.
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Select the menu item "Extensions" and go to the tab “Security camera”
o Here a video camera can be configured for each door. The image from this video camera can then be
displayed in the “live view” of the doors.
Figure 6.13 – Web interface – Security camera settings
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Enter the URL for the video stream of the video camera you are using into the field "URL". You will find this
information in the video camera user manual.
If a camera is configured for livestream, the “Live view” is reproduced. If only one frame is configured, the current
image can be displayed in the browser by pressing F5 (update).
6.4.7
Alarm System Settings
The settings for the handling of an alarm system in the facility are generally valid for the GAT DC 7200 and do not
refer to a specific door but to the entire controller. In the door configuration, it is possible to define which doors are
influenced by the intruder detection system or which doors can influence it.
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Select the menu item "Alarm system”
o The alarm system settings are shown.
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Figure 6.14 – Web interface – Alarm system settings
The following settings can be defined:
- "Turn on verification" und "Turn off verification": Select whether verification at the GAT DC 7200 is required for
switching on/off the alarm system, and if so, how the verification is carried out.
- "Threatening pin mask": A threat PIN code can be defined and used to trigger a silent alarm in the event of a
threat. Check the GAT ACE manual for a description of the threat PIN code.
- "Output settings" and "Input settings": The relays and optocouplers of the GAT DC 7200 can be assigned to the
applicable functions for switching the alarm system on and off and for the status detection of the alarm system.
6.4.8
Storage Settings
In the “Database” menu item, you can specify the memory size for system events and person/door related bookings.
Both memories are designed as cyclical memories where the oldest event is overwritten when the memory is full.
Regardless of these settings, only the last 1000 bookings are displayed in the GAT DC 7200 booking display. More
bookings can only be made via the interface.
The “Anonymize person bookings” function can be used to ensure that no names or personnel information is
displayed for person-related bookings. If this function is deactivated again, the information in the bookings is
displayed again.
6.4.9
Power over RS-485
This function allows you to switch the power supplied from the reader and sub ports on and off. In this way, a reader
or connected device can be depowered, e.g., to disable or restart it.
In the event of a short circuit or an overload on the connection, the power supply is automatically switched off to
protect the GAT DC 7200 and the connected devices. The current status is displayed.
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6.4.10 Security and User
In the “Security and user” menu item, various security settings can be configured and additional users created.
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Select the menu item "Security and user”
o Two areas with different setting possibilities are shown - "Security options" and "User configuration".
Figure 6.15 – Web interface – Security and user settings
Area "Security Options":
- “Secure login required": This function requires a secure connection to GAT Matrix and a multi-level authentication
method. It is strongly recommended to enable this function and only disable it in instances where the accessibility
software is not supported.
- "Paired with host software": This function indicates that the access software has changed the password for host
communication. If the access software is modified, the deactivation of this function allows the password for host
communication to be reset to the default so that reconnection is possible.
- "Encrypted with AES 128”: This function provides encrypted communication between readers and the GAT DC
7200. This setting should only be disabled when readers that do not support encrypted communication are
connected.
- "Enable Admin account FTP access": This function determines whether the “Admin” user can access the GAT DC
7200 via FTP in order to exchange files in this way.
- "Enable Operator account" and "Enable User account": These functions determine whether the “Operator” and
“User” users are available or not. The "Operator" user can use the “Live view” and “Bookings” menus, and also the
“Access rights” menu in standalone mode, but cannot perform any configuration or maintenance work. For the
“User” user, only the “Live view” is available.
- "IP address filter: The settings in this area specifies whether the GAT DC 7200 can be accessed from any
computer (all fields set to 0.0.0.0) or only from the computers (IP addresses) defined in these fields.
NOTICE! If the IP address filters are used, ensure that the computer, where the configuration is made and the
computer, via which the software communicates, are included here.
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Area "User configuration":
In the “User configuration” area, the password of the administrator and the users can be changed.
NOTICE! It is strongly recommended to change the default password to a secure password!
The default password for the "Operator" and "User" users is GAT.
NOTICE! It is also recommended to replace this default password with secure passwords. The “Administrator”
user can override the passwords for these two users and replace them.
Changing logged-in user and display of security settings":
Figure 6.16 – Current user
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The logged-in user can also change their password by clicking on their username (top right near the logo).
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The "Change user" function allows the user to be changed.
In the “Live view”, the
symbol indicates that all the security settings are set optimally. If a security setting
is not activated or the password of the “Admin” user is still set to the default, this is indicated by the
symbol.
Figure 6.17 – Quality of security settings
6.4.11 Network Settings
In the “Ethernet” menu item, the network settings of the GAT DC 7200 can be changed.
By default, the DHCP function is activated for the GAT DC 7200 and the network name is set to "DC7x_nnnnnnnnnn"
where nnnnnnnnnn is the serial number of the controller. The serial number can be found on the device label or on
the packaging.
For networks that use a DHCP server, you can use the following network name to access the controller and change
the settings:
http://DC7x_nnnnnnnnnn
For networks without a DHCP server, you can use the GAT Device Finder software to find the controller and change
the network settings to the desired values.
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6.4.12 Date and Time
There are two possibilities to set the date and time of the controller.
- “Set local time”: This sets the date and time oft he controller to the values oft he current computer.
- "Set custom time”: To set the time and date on the GAT DC 7200 manually.
The standard method for time management is to define a time server from which the time is retrieved at regular
intervals (defined with "Refresh interval") or when the GAT DC 7200 restarts.
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Enter the address of the time server in the “Time server ip” field or, alternatively, from the DHCP server via the
DHCP Option 42 (if a DHCP server is used).
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Set the time zone and the summer/winter time switchover according to the controller’s location.
To the right of the summer/winter time setting, you can see whether the controller is currently in winter or
summer time.
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6.5 Bookings
In the “Bookings” area, the bookings for all doors as well as system-related bookings for the controller are
displayed.
Figure 6.18 – Web interface – Bookings display
A maximum of 1000 bookings are displayed via the web interface. If you want to evaluate further bookings, you can
do this using GAT Matrix software.
In the bookings display, you can see all the actions, permitted entries, and access attempts recorded by the GAT
DC 7200 with the respective times and applicable person identified via their data carrier.
Click on the
button to display or hide additional columns of information.
6.6 Administration and Maintenance
Various administrative tasks can be performed in the "Maintenance" menu.
6.6.1
Maintenance
In the “Maintenance” area, various information about the GAT DC 7200 is available including the firmware and
hardware version, serial number, part number, the number of licensed doors, and the memory usage.
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You can use “Restart controller” to restart the controller.
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You can use “Factory reset” to reset the GAT DC 7200 to the default settings.
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You can use “Export backup” to back up all the GAT DC 7200 settings to the PC.
o The file can be used as a backup or to document a certain state, e.g., when moving a system.
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Via “Import backup”, the backup file can be reloaded into the GAT DC 7200.
When using GAT Matrix or other access control solutions that work together with GAT ACE 7000, the backups
for configuration changes in GAT ACE 7000 are created automatically.
6.6.2
Inputs and Outputs
Under "Inputs/Outputs", you can see the states of the inputs and outputs of the GAT DC 7200 as well as the
connected devices. A ticked box in the “State” column means that the relay is currently activated or the current is
currently energised.
Figure 6.19 – Web interface – Inputs and outputs
For the inputs and outputs of the GAT DC 7200, the door for which the input or output is used is displayed in
brackets. Multiple doors can be displayed here if the signal has been assigned to more than one door, e.g.,
collective alarm.
For external inputs and outputs, the door to which the reader has been assigned is displayed before the input/output
number.
6.6.3
Update Controller
With the menu item "Update controller" you can select a firmware update and upload it to the controller. The current
firmware version is indicated in the “Maintenance” area or in the title line next to the product name.
It is recommended to create a backup before the update!
All authorisation data is deleted when the controller is updated and the data must be reloaded after
the update. In standalone mode, the authorisation data is retained during the update.
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6.6.4
Update Reader
With the menu item “Update readers”, you can select a firmware update and upload it to the connected readers
provided the readers support this function. All connected readers are listed and their current firmware version
displayed.
Figure 6.20 – Web interface – Update readers
6.6.5
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Select the "Advanced” option, in order to select individual readers by their address and only update these
readers.
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Do not select “Advanced”, if all connected readers shall be updated consecutively.
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If different readers are connected that require different firmware versions, the update process must be repeated
for each reader type in order to bring all readers to the current software version.
Licence
With the menu item “License”, additional software functions for the GAT DC 7200 can be activated.
Figure 6.21 – Web interface – Licence settings
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Enter the licence code you received via email or printed card for your controller into the appropriate field then
click on “Save”.
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o The activated function is displayed below the MAC address.
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If you have multiple licences that you want to enable for the controller, repeat the process for each licence.
NOTICE! Ensure that the MAC address of the GAT DC 7200 matches the MAC address specified on the licence.
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AUTHORISATION MANAGEMENT
The authorisation data contains the access authorisations and timetables for the users of the access system. This
data is usually defined in a separate application, e.g., GAT Matrix. In this application, you define, e.g., which doors
the users are permitted to access and at what times. Many other functions and settings are also possible
A detailed description of the authorisation process is available in the GAT Matrix user manual.
The authorisation data is downloaded from the GAT Matrix access control software to the GAT DC 7200 via GAT
ACE 7000 software.
For GAT DC 7200 controllers that are operating in standalone mode through the activation of an additional licence,
authorisation assignment and communication with GAT Matrix and GAT ACE 7000 are no longer possible. In this
instance, authorisation assignment is completed via the GAT DC 7200 web interface. Further information on this
topic is available in chapter “8 STANDALONE MODE“.To enable communication with these applications again, the
standalone licence must be deleted from the controller.
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8 STANDALONE MODE
In order to operate the GAT DC 7200 without a software installation on a PC, the controller can be set to operate in
standalone mode. In this mode, the users and their authorisations, timetables, and daily schedules as well as the
operating calendar can be managed via the GAT DC 7200 web interface.
8.1 Target Group
This chapter provides information for administrators of access authorisations. This information is not intended for
users of the access system.
8.2 Standalone Licence
To set the GAT DC 7200 to operate in standalone mode, an additional licence is required.
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You can order the “GAT DC 7200 standalone license” (Part No. 794230) with your controller or the “GAT DC
7200 standalone license email” (Part No. 794129) providing the MAC address of your GAT DC 7200 for this
option.
The MAC address of your GAT DC 7200 is available in the “Maintenance” menu under “License”.
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Enter the received licence code in the field provided for this purpose and then click on “Save”.
o It is displayed that the standalone licence has been activated.
Figure 8.1 –Web interface – Standalone licence
The standalone licence can also be combined with the PLUS licence to manage up to 16 doors.
By activating the standalone licence, certain controller settings that are available in the non-standalone version of
the controller become unavailable. Communication between GAT ACE 7000 and the GAT DC 7200 is also
deactivated when the controller is operating in standalone mode.
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8.3 Authorisation Management
You can create and manage user authorisations in the “Access rights” menu item. This includes configuring users
with data carriers and fingerprints, timetables, daily schedules, and the operating calendar.
NOTICE! If changes are made to these settings, they must be saved by clicking on the “Save changes” button
before leaving the page. If you leave the page or close the browser, the changes are not saved.
A warning is displayed before you leave the configuration interface of the GAT DC 7200 before saving changes.
Figure 8.2 – Warning message for unsaved changes
8.3.1
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If you do not want to lose the changes, select “Stay on this Page” and save the changes.
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If you leave the page with the button "Leave this Page", the changes will not be saved!
Adding Persons and Authorisations
Figure 8.3 –Web interface – Access rights
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To add persons with access authorisations and to assign these authorisations, select “Add person” in the
“Access rights” tab in the menu item “Access rights”.
o The window for entering personal data opens.
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Figure 8.4 – Web interface – Add person window
- In this window, the personal data and access authorisation can be entered.
Identification Code: This code is a number that can be used for identification in addition to the data carrier or
fingerprints. The function allows doors to operate in a simple ID code lock mode, whereby each person has their
own code that can also be combined with a PIN code or fingerprint for verification. To use the identification code
function, the setting must be enabled in the timetables and daily schedules.
- Verification pin code: This is a secret PIN code that can be used for identification in addition to the data carrier to
ensure that the holder of the data carrier is also the legitimate owner. The PIN code function can be activated in
the timetables and daily schedules.
Alarm system: This setting is used to define whether the person is authorised to enable or disable the intrusion
detection system (IDS).
- Special relay: This setting determines whether the person has a special authorisation and the type of special
authorisation relay to be activated during access. The special authorisation function applies to all doors controlled
by the GAT DC 7200.
- Add data carrier: This button is used to assign any number of data carriers to the person. In addition to the data
carrier number, the type of data carrier must also be entered. Data carrier types are defined in the menu
"Configuration" -> "Readers" -> "Data Carrier". The data carrier number is often printed or can be determined by
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reading the data carrier with a reader and using the number and type information from the booking generated.
Alternatively, the number can be read using a USB Desktop Reader (Part No. 863231).
- Add fingerprint template: With this button up to two fingerprints per person can be recorded that can be used for
identification or verification. The setting for defining whether the fingerprint data is used for identification or
verification is available in the menu "Configuration" -> "Doors" -> "Fingerprint".
For fingerprint recording, the GAT FR 010 Scanner software is available, which uses a GAT FR 010 fingerprint
reader to scan the fingerprints and save the data in the PC clipboard. The data can then be transferred from the
clipboard to the “Fingerprint template” field. The software can be downloaded via the
button next to the field.
Figure 8.5 –Web interface – Fingerprint template window
After installing the software and connecting a fingerprint scanner to the PC, the fingerprints can be scanned. Place
a finger three times onto the reader to record the data. The finger must then be scanned again for verification.
When the quality of the biometric features (minutiae) is sufficiently high, the fingerprint template is inserted into the
clipboard. From there, it can be inserted into the capture field in the browser to store it in the controller. The
software is ready to record the next finger immediately after verification.
- Access rights: Here the defined doors are listed. One time plan can be selected for each door. The “Always” time
plan (always without PIN) is the default plan and can be used immediately. Additional time plans can be created in
the "Time plans" tab.
- Click on “Close” to exit the input window.
o The changes are not implemented in the GAT DC 7200 until the data is saved with “Save Changes”.
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To make further changes to authorisations or a person's data, select the person from the list to open the details
window again.
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Adding Time Plans
In the “Time plans” tab, the existing time plans are listed. The default time plan is the “Always” plan, which allows
24-hour access 7 days a week. Additional time plans can be created.
Figure 8.6 –Web interface – Time plans
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Click on “Add person time plans” to define a new time plan.
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A name can be assigned to the plan and a day plan with time authorisations can be selected for each weekday
and special day type.
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Additional day plans are created via the “Day plans” tab.
Figure 8.7 –Web interface – Time plan configuration
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Click on “Close” to exit the window.
o The changes are not implemented in the GAT DC 7200 until the data is saved with “Save Changes”.
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Door-related time plans are defined using the “Door time plans”.
One such plan can be created per door.
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Adding Day Plans
In the “Day plans” tab, the existing day plans are listed. The default day plan is 0 to 24 hours without a PIN.
Additional day plans can be created.
Figure 8.8 – Web interface – Day plans
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Click on “Add person day plan” to define a new day plan. Up to 10 time interval with different authorisations can
be defined.
o The following window is schown.
Figure 8.9 – Web interface – Day plan configuration
The following settings are possible for each time interval.
- Verification: you can define whether this is necessary and whether verification must be done using PIN code or
fingerprint.
- Identification code allowed” setting is used to determine whether access using the identification code is permitted
during this time span or not.
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Individual time spans can be deleted via the
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With “Add door day plan”, day plans for door time plans can be added.
Figure 8.10 –Web interface – Door time plan configuration
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For the door time plans, the options “Office function”, “General open”, or “General open after first entry” can be
selected.
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Click on “Close” to exit the window.
o The changes are not implemented in the GAT DC 7200 until the data is saved with “Save Changes”.
8.3.4
Adding Special Days
Special days can be entered into the calendar of the GAT DC 7200. The time plans are used to specify that these
special days are subject to different authorisations than on normal weekdays.
Up to 10 different types of special days (S1 to S10) are possible. These can be assigned to any number of days in
the calendar. The S1 special day type is for holidays and the S2 special day type intended for half-day holidays. The
remaining special day types can be used by the operator as required.
Figure 8.11 – Web interface – Calendar
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The “Get holiday calendar” function allows you to download pre-made calendars from the GANTNER website.
The calendars are downloaded to the PC in file format and then dragged onto the applicable field in the
browser.
o This imports the special days into the GAT DC 7200.
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The “Delete calendar” button deletes all existing special days.
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To add a special day, click on the day in the calendar.
o This opens an input window where you can select the type of the special day.
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Click on “Delete” to delete an individual special day.
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Click on “Close” to exit the window.
o The changes are not implemented in the GAT DC 7200 until the data is saved with “Save Changes”.
8.4 Limitations of Standalone Mode
Most of the GAT DC 7200's functions are available when the controller is operating in standalone mode, however,
there are also some limitations.
- The special authorisations of persons cannot be as precisely controlled as is possible in the networked variant via
software.
- Battery-powered locks can only be integrated with WiNET mode functionality. CardNET and Read Only modes are
not supported in the standalone version.
- Control of elevator or locker systems is not possible in the standalone version.
- Communication with GAT Matrix and GAT ACE 7000 is also not possible in standalone mode. In this instance, the
authorisations can only be managed via the GAT DC 7200.
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9 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
9.1 Entry and Exit
For door entry and exit control, two doors are used with the GAT DC 7200. This allows the authorisation settings to
be precisely configured including the necessary criteria for identification and verification. The authorisations for entry
and exit can also be assigned differently.
Two doors that use the same inputs and outputs are automatically coupled in the controller. This ensures that the
door signalling is displayed correctly and an alarm is not triggered when the door is opened in the other direction.
Please note that two door licenses for each door with entry and exit are required for the GAT DC 7200 and GAT
Matrix.
9.2 Transmitter
The GAT Active Tag 552 or GAT Active Tag 554 and the GAT Reader 550 AA can connect to the GAT DC 7200
using a GAT SR 7000 Wiegand.
Only one GAT Reader 550 AA can be used per controller.
9.3 WiNET Access Points
Up to two GAT DL 091 access points for a maximum of 16 doors can operate per GAT DC 7200.
9.4 Door Licences
The GAT DC 7200 is designed for the control of four doors. The purchase of a GAT DC 7200 PLUS License allows
you to extend this functionality to sixteen doors. The licence is sent to the customer via email after the controller’s
MAC address is provided (Part No. 732222) or in card form with the printed licence data when Part No. 753023 is
ordered.
The licence is entered via the GAT DC 7200 web interface.
9.5 Proxy Credentials
Proxy credentials are administered by the GAT DC 7200 without the previously used Proxy Customer Codes.
Therefore, conversion of the data carrier numbers is required!
Until now, the typical Proxy Customer Codes were 001 = 0, 004 = 1, 015 = 2. This results in, e.g., an ID number of
12345678901 from the previous FLEX system being converted to 0042345678901 in the new system.
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9.6 Proxy Reader
Proxy readers such as the GAT Reader 405 AP and GAT Reader 500 UP can connect to the GAT DC 7200 using a
GAT SR 7000 Wiegand.
The GAT SR 7000 Wiegand does not support direction differentiation via the Card-in-reader line or the sub-bridge.
Two GAT SR 7000 Wiegand devices must be used for entry and exit control. Up to 16 GAT SR 7000 Wiegand
devices can operate per GAT DC 7200.
9.7 Elevator Control
Control of elevator or locker systems is possible with the GAT DC 7200 using one or two GAT IO 055 relay
expanders, thereby providing up to 32 additional relays. The relays can be assigned to one or more doors. The GAT
IO 055 connect to the “Sub” interface of the GAT DC 7200.
A GAT DC 7200 Elevator License is required for elevator or locker control. Without this licence, the relays of the
GAT IO 055 can only be used as general outputs.
9.8 Anti-Passback
The anti-passback function is not included with version 1.0 of the GAT DC 7200. This function will be implemented
at a later date. The first development stage will be a “local anti-passback” setting in the controller with a “controllersystem anti-passback” function implemented at a later stage of development.
The anti-passback function requires the GAT DC 7200 Anti-Pass Back License.
9.9 Long-Range Reader
Long-range readers such as the GAT SR 861 can connect to the controller using a GAT SR 7000 Wiegand.
9.10 Network Security
The GAT DC 7200 operates in a secure VLAN. For this reason, the use of a certificate is waived. The use of
certificates would mean that a separate certificate would be necessary per installed device and this would be
periodically renewed as it expires. The administrative burden would be very high.
The GAT DC 7200 offers numerous security features including “Secure Login”, AES 128 data encryption,
transactions IDs for communication, software pairing, and IP address filters to ensure secure operation.
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9.11 Configuration Saving
When using the GAT DC 7200 with GAT ACE 7000 software, a change to the configuration of the controller is
automatically noticed by GAT ACE 7000 and a backup created. Thus, the settings for each controller are saved in
the GAT ACE 7000 database.
9.12 Configuration Sharing
When using the GAT DC 7200 with GAT ACE 7000 software, system-wide settings, e.g., data carrier settings, can
be made at a controller. These settings are copied from the controller via GAT ACE 7000 and sent to all other
controllers.
The selection of the settings to be shared can be determined by the user in GAT ACE 7000.
9.13 Extending the Outputs
The GAT DC 7200 provides six relay outputs, which can be used much more flexibly than in the previous system.
The relays can be used as additional outputs for GAT SR 73xx series readers.
If additional outputs are required in a secure area, one or more GAT SR 7000 Wiegand devices (1 output per
device) can be connected. Each GAT SR 7000 Wiegand requires a door licence for the controller.
It is also possible to connect up to two GAT IO 055s to the GAT DC 7200, thus providing up to 32 additional
outputs.
9.14 Extending the Inputs
The GAT DC 7200 offers six optocoupler inputs, which can be used much more flexibly than in the previous system.
The optocouplers can also be used as additional inputs for GAT SR 73xx series readers.
If additional inputs are required in a secure area, one or more GAT SR 7000 Wiegand devices (2 inputs per device)
can be connected. Each GAT SR 7000 Wiegand requires a door licence for the controller.
9.15 Video Integration
In the GAT DC 7200 Live View, a video signal for each door can be integrated thereby allowing video streams from
different cameras to be displayed. The video signal must be delivered directly from the camera and displayed in a
browser without any additional plug-ins so that they function with the GAT DC 7200.
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9.16 Plug&Play PLUS
The GAT DC 7200 Plug&Play PLUS function allows connected devices that support the Plug&Play PLUS function
to be automatically detected, configured, and assigned to a door.
The function is only available when one device is connected per reader port. If more than one device is connected
to a reader port, the automatic door allocation function is not possible.
Devices that do not support Plug&Play PLUS, e.g., GAT SR 3xx or GAT SLR 3xx, must be manually located and
configured.
9.17 CardNET
CardNET is only possible with the GAT DC 7200 using GAT SR 73xx series readers. GAT SR 3xx series readers do
not support the writing of CardNET data.
CardNET is available with any GAT DC 7200 (if configured) and can be enabled for all doors. In order for it to be
active at the door, the reader used must be authorised accordingly.
CardNET is not available when the GAT DC 7200 is operating in standalone mode.
9.18 Short-Circuit Protected Connections
The reader sockets and the sub socket are protected against short-circuiting. If current of more than approx. 1 A is
drawn from one of the sockets, the voltage at this socket is automatically switched off. The other sockets can still be
used as normal.
Should the controller restart following a short circuit, the restart is caused by weak voltage in the controller power
supply.
The voltage supplied by a reader socket can also be switched off in the configuration settings. The state of the
power supply (on/off) is indicated by a yellow LED on the reader socket and via the web interface.
9.19 Communication via the Reader Socket
The green LED on the reader sockets indicates support for devices with Plug&Play PLUS functionality when active
communication occurs with the connected device (or connected devices).
For devices without Plug&Play PLUS functionality, communication is not signalled via the reader socket.
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9.20 Reset to Default Settings
The GAT DC 7200 can be reset to the default settings via a button. This is necessary, e.g., if the access data (see
network security) has been changed and is no longer known. There are a few steps required to reset the GAT DC
7200 to the default settings (see “5.5 Restart and Reset to Default Settings“).
9.21 Network Connection
For security reasons, only one network connection is possible per controller. The network connection is indicated by
LED 1 (see “5 CONTROLS AND SIGNALISATION”).
9.22 Using GAT SR 3xx Series Readers
The GAT DC 7200 also supports GAT SR 3xx series readers, however, not the GAT SR 380. In addition, the
Plug&Play PLUS and CardNET functions are not available with the supported readers. LEGIC prime and advant
data carriers (ISO 14443 and ISO 15693) are supported by readers of this series.
9.23 MIFARE Classic
The unique number of MIFARE Classic or other ISO 14443A data carriers can be used with the GAT DC 7200. It is
not relevant whether the unique number is 4 or 7 byte.
Due to the unsecure technology, the GAT DC 7200 does not read ID numbers from sectors of MIFARE Classic data
carriers.
9.24 MIFARE DESFire
In addition to reading the unique number of MIFARE DESFire data carriers, coded data can also be read and
CardNET data written in the future. For this purpose, a GANTNER application with data files is encoded with
corresponding files.
DESFire EV1 and DESFire EV2 data carriers are supported.
9.25 LEGIC prime and advant
GANTNER specific segments, KGH segments, LEGIC advant Access Standard segments and numerous customer
segments are supported by the GAT DC 7200.
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9.26 HID iClass
The unique number of HID iClass data carriers can be used with the GAT DC 7200. However, the reading of data
areas is not possible with these data carriers.
9.27 Bookings
The GAT DC 7200 has two independent ring memories for recording bookings. On one memory, personal bookings
and access events are stored. On the other, system-related events are stored. The size of both ring memories can
be freely configured, so as to differentiate the length of the evaluation period.
An anonymization can also be activated for person-related bookings so that access bookings are saved, but the
identity of the person is hidden.
9.28 Data Carrier Types
The GAT DC 7200 can handle up to nine different types of data carriers simultaneously. These can be different
technologies (e.g., LEGIC prime and advant) or different coding formats (e.g., segments or customer codes). The
various types of data carriers can be managed in the access control software as one or several different types (if
supported by the software).
If the unique number of a data carrier is to be used as a data carrier type, it must be considered that this can lead to
undesirable effects. Please contact your supplier or the GANTNER Technical Support Team for further information.
9.29 Alarm System
The GAT DC 7200 allows you to define and control an alarm system area for a block lock function. The arming and
disarming of the area is possible from several doors. The influence of the block lock function can be used for single
or all doors.
Due to the range control for several doors, less wiring is required and fewer inputs and outputs are needed at the
controller.
You can define for each door whether the status of the alarm system is to be displayed on the reader or not.
For arming and disarming, it is possible to define per alarm system area whether verification is required for the
operation or not and which type of verification to use (PIN or biometrics). The authorisation is also managed by a
special authorisation for persons.
9.30 Status of the Inputs/Outputs
The status of the inputs and outputs can be conveniently displayed via the web interface. It is therefore no longer
necessary to look for the installation location of the controller in order to test the signals.
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9.31 Time Server
Time synchronisation for the GAT DC 7200 occurs via a freely adjustable time server (NTP server). The GAT DC
7200 retrieves the current time from this server at configurable intervals. The time server can be configured
manually or via the DHCP server option (DHCP Option 42).
9.32 Time Zone
The time zone in which the GAT DC 7200 operates can be freely configured.
9.33 Summer/Winter Time Switchover
The summer/winter time switchover is carried out independently by the controller.
9.34 Backup Settings
The configurations settings of the GAT DC 7200 are automatically saved by GAT ACE 7000 in the form of a backup
file. If GAT ACE 7000 is not already installed, a backup can also be created manually via the web interface.
9.35 Controller and Reader Updates
Updating the GAT DC 7200 and its connected peripherals is easily done via GAT ACE 7000. If GAT ACE 7000 is
not yet installed, updates can also be done via the web interface.
The updating of peripheral devices is only possible when this is supported by the peripheral devices, e.g., the GAT
DL 091 is currently not supported.
9.36 Installation
The GAT DC 7200 is designed for installation in distribution lockers and has a protection class of IP 30. If the
controller is to be used in more demanding conditions, a corresponding housing (Installation Box 9118 or 9236)
must be used.
9.37 Reader Ports
The reader connections are RS-485 interfaces, which can also be split into several RJ45 connectors via suitable
splitters. This makes simple cabling possible even if more than four readers are to be connected to a controller.
Observe the maximum cabling length of the system (max. 200 m per reader, max. 1000 m for all peripherals).
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9.38 Power for Locks
The GAT DC 7200 and the readers provide potential-free contacts for the control of locks or feedback contacts.
Power for the locks must be supplied by a separate power supply with a suitable cable cross-section.
9.39 Identification and Verification
The GAT DC 7200 allows the precise configuration of identification and verification settings. For example, user
identification can be time-controlled via a number input or the criteria for verification can be changed depending on
the time of day or day of the week, e.g., PIN during the day with fingerprint verification during off-hours.
9.40 Special Authorisations
With the GAT DC 7200, special authorisations can be managed in more detail than before. For example, it is
possible to allow different people to enable the alarm system but not to disable it, or to require certain persons to
use fingerprint verification with PIN verification sufficient for others.
9.41 Multicard Handling
The GAT DC 7200 supports multicard handling; a function that selects the data carrier required for access when
multiple data carriers are read. Thus, the user’s ID card can remain in their wallet with other ID cards or credit cards
no longer affecting the identification process.
This function requires the data carriers to be coded accordingly. For further information, please contact your
supplier or a GANTNER technical support specialist.
9.42 Reading Range
GAT SR 73xx and GAT SLR 73xx series readers have a significantly improved reading range with the reading
centre clearly indicated by the illuminated blue dot in the centre of the reader symbol. The reading range declines
significantly away from the reading centre.
9.43 ISO 15693 Standard
Data carriers conforming to the ISO 15693 standard can be used for identification at GAT SR 73xx and GAT SLR
73xx series readers with the GAT DC 7200. For LEGIC advant data carriers, coded information can be used
according to this standard. For other types, the unique number is used as an identification number.
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9.44 ISO 14443 Standard
Data carriers conforming to the ISO 14443 standard can be used for identification at GAT SR 73xx and GAT SLR
73xx series readers with the GAT DC 7200. For LEGIC advant or MIFARE DESFire data carriers, coded information
can be used according to these standards. For other types, the unique number is used as an identification number.
9.45 Reading Speed
GAT SR 73xx and GAT SLR 73xx series readers are faster than previous readers. This is noticeable in the handling
of data carriers (depending on their technology and coding). A clear difference in speed is also noticeable in the
processing and storing of fingerprint templates.
9.46 Authorisation Changes
Authorisation changes can be sent many times faster to the GAT DC 7200 than previously possible with the FLEX
system. All data is always sent to the controller when authorisation changes occur, which eliminates data
inconsistencies.
The GAT DC 7200 remains fully functional while receiving the data. After the data has been received, the active
memory area is updated without a noticeable interruption and the new authorisations are active from this point on.
9.47 Inputs and Outputs
With the GAT DC 7200, there is no fixed predefined assignment of inputs and outputs to doors. The default settings
can be changed as required in the configuration. This provides significantly more flexibility than the previous system
with more functionality available for implementation with the same number of inputs and outputs.
Regardless of this, the GAT DC 7200 has more inputs and outputs than the previous system.
9.48 Installation
The GAT DC 7200 can be quickly and easily installed in a server cabinet using a DIN rail for mounting. If wall
mounting is required, the controller can be mounted without a DIN rail using two screws.
9.49 WiNET
The GAT DC 7200 includes all the prerequisites required for WiNET systems to be easily installed and put into
operation. The display of signal strengths for individual locks allows the positioning of the WiNET access points to
be optimised.
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9.50 Test Mode
The GAT DC 7200 web interface makes it easy to test an installation when access control software has not been
installed or no authorisations have been distributed.
The correct activation and feedback of the door can be checked by the remote control option. If a lock is not yet
connected to the GAT DC 7200, you can check the status of the inputs and outputs via the web interface, or use the
integrated beeper to “signal” a state.
Data carrier settings can also be tested based on the recorded bookings.
The integrated beeper is also useful for locating the GAT DC 7200 when the exact installation location is unknown.
9.51 Remote Control of Doors
In addition to door monitoring, doors can also be controlled remotely via the web interface. It is possible to unlock
individual doors, permanently unlock doors, and also lock doors via remote control. These functions can also be
implemented without an existing security control station.
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10 TECHNICAL DATA
10.1 Power Supply
Nominal voltage:
DC 12 / 24 V
Permitted voltage range:
DC 10 - 28 V
Power supply:
Only with LPS (Limited Power Source) power supply
Max. current consumption:
4 A at 12 V
2 A at 24 V
10.2 Reader
Interface type:
RS-485
Supported readers:
GANTNER Generation 7 Readers:
- GAT SR 7300 / 7305 / 7307
- GAT SR 7310 / 7315 7317
- GAT SR 7340 / 7345 / 7347
- GAT SR 7350 / 7355 / 7357
- GAT SLR 7300 / 7307
- GAT SLR 7310 / 7317
GANTNER Generation 3xx Readers (with restrictions):
- GAT SR 300 / 305
- GAT SR 310 / 315
- GAT SR 340 / 345 / 347
- GAT SR 350 / 355 / 357
- GAT SLR 300
- GAT SLR 310
WiNET Reader:
- GAT DL 091
10.3 "Sub" Peripheral Interface
Interface type:
RS-485
Supported devices:
- GAT IO 055
- GAT REX 118 RS485
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10.4 Relay Outputs
Quantity:
6
Function:
NO/NC, function and timing configurable
Switching voltage:
Max. 30 VAC/DC
Limiting continuous current:
Max. 2 A
Switching power:
Max. 60 VA
10.5 Optocoupler Inputs
Quantity:
6
Function:
Function configurable
Input voltage:
0 to 30 V DC
UHigh 10 to 30 VDC
Input current:
4.5 mA
10.6 Memory and Time Management
Memory capacity:
- 16 MB Flash
- 8 GB Mass storage
Memory allocation:
Dynamic memory allocation, e.g.:
50,000* persons
+ 100,000 data carriers
+ 100,000 authorisations
+ 100,000 bookings
* … For systems with greater than 5,000 persons, please contact your supplier or
GANTNER Technical Support for advice on the best possible system configuration.
Internal clock:
- Quartz-controlled, real-time clock
- Automatic summer/winter time switching
- Support for automatic time synchronisation via SNTP server
10.7 Signalling Elements
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LEDs for Ethernet, RS-485 interfaces (reader, peripheral devices), host
connection
Acoustic signalling:
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10.8 Housing
Housing material:
Impact-resistant, robust plastic housing
Dimensions:
160 mm x 90 mm x 32 mm
Weight:
approx. 210 g
10.9 Ambient Conditions
Permitted ambient temperature:
-10 °C to +55 °C
Permitted storage temperature:
-10 °C to +55 °C
Protection type:
IP 30
Environment class
II (conditions in indoor areas)
based on VdS 2110:
10.10 Dimensions
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This manual is valid from the 23th of January, 2017. It is subject to change.
Amendments and changes can be made without prior notice at any time.
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