Access Control Millenium Transponder reader

Access Control Millenium Transponder reader
Product manual
Access Control
Millenium Transponder reader
Access Control
Contents
Contents
1
Technical features.............................................................................. 3
1.1
Transponder reader......................................................................................... 3
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
1.2
1.3
1.4
Technical data......................................................................................................... 3
Access Control function......................................................................................... 4
Connection diagram............................................................................................... 5
Power supply.................................................................................................. 6
Connection and wiring.................................................................................... 6
Outdoor installation......................................................................................... 6
2Commissioning.................................................................................. 7
2.1General............................................................................................................ 7
2.2Function.......................................................................................................... 8
2.2.1Actuator.................................................................................................................. 9
2.2.2
Linked to access control...................................................................................... 10
2.2.3
Linked to card holder............................................................................................ 11
2.2.4
Common parameters............................................................................................ 12
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Operation of communication objects............................................ 13
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Technical features
1.1
Transponder reader
Technical features
The “transponder reader” is a flush-mounting device for British Standard wall
boxes, designed to realize access control systems with a communication support
based on KNX bus.
It is equipped with:
-- one relay (4A @24V AC/DC)
-- one input to be used for connecting external conventional card-holder (e.g.
Millenium wiring accessories card-holder)
TR/U 1.1
The output can be programmed in three different ways:
-- “Linked to access control”, receiving in this case switching commands from the
device itself (according to transponder card validation). It’s moreover possible
to switch the relay according to a standard KNX telegram received from the
bus by a KNX device
-- Being a standard KNX Switch actuator output, able to be controlled by every
KNX-standard devices
-- “Linked to card-holder”, that means that the relay is switched according to
closing/opening internal input contact available on transponder reader and
connected to a conventional card-holder
The bicolor (red-green) LED placed on the front of the device allow you to monitor
device operation (for example GREEN = card validation ongoing, RED = card not
authorized). The LED can be also switched ON/OFF in the proper color according
to KNX telegram (for example for DND/MUR purposes).
The transponder reader requires an external power supply enabling its operation
even without bus. The transponder reader is available for ABB Millenium wiring
accessories range.
The following functions are available for the relay output:
-- Normal switching
-- Staircase lighting function with programmable delay (in “Linked to access
Control” and “Actuator” modality)
-- delayed OFF with programmable delay (in “Linked to card holder” modality)
The available input can be connected to a conventional card-holder in order to
make the transponder reader aware about guest presence/absence in the room,
and consequently performing some actions (for example sending 1bit or 1byte
notification scene on the KNX bus) or switching internal relay (this only when the
output relay is configured as “Linked to card holder”.
1.1.1
Technical data
Power supply
External supply
BUS cable
Absorption
Number of outputs
Number of inputs
via Bus
12-24 AC/DC
KNX-standard
max 10 mA from the BUS. External supply to be sized for 1-W peak
1 bistable relay 4A @24V AC/DC
1 on the rear side, NO, max. connection length 10m
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Use environment
Operating temperature
Relative humidity
Connection to bus
Electric connections
Protection degree
Dimensions
Weight
Reference standards
Technical features
class 3k5 (inside, dry)
-5 ... +50 °C
max 90% (non condensating)
standard bus connector
Screw terminal 0.5 Nm
IP20
44 x 44 x 43mm
approx. 50g
EN50090-2-2, EN 50491, EN 50364, ETSI EN 300 330-2
Device type
Application program
TR/U 1.1
Access control transponder
reader
1.1.2
Maximum number
of communication
objects
16
Maximum number of
group addresses
255
Maximum number of
associations
255
Access Control function
TAG validation scheme
White list - local scheme (communication bus not required), Black list - local
scheme (communication bus not required) Central scheme (White or Black
list) - Requires Konnex Bus
Event notification upon system
supervision
Only possible if the communication bus is available.
Available modes:
-- Spontaneous Emission
-- Spontaneous Emission with receipt confirmation request upon supervision
(handshake)
Notifications and validation
events characteristics
Information about: Event time stamp (HH,MM,SS), TAG ID, event outcome
(access granted or denied)
Buffer memory for events
The device can store up to 64 events to deal with the communication bus
unavailability due to heavy traffic.
Timeslots
On a weekly basis (Sunday-Saturday)
A specific access profile can be associated with each different 256 user
groups.
Each profile can be a combination of 12 simple timeslots.
Maximum number of TAGs in
white-list memory
128
Maximum number plant codes in
memory
128
Maximum number time-slot that
can be defined
12
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1.1.3
Technical features
Connection diagram
External power supply
suitable for electrical load to
control
Input A
External supply
12...24 V AC/DC
+
–
TR/U 1.1
Assignment of the physical address
The assignment and programming of the physical address is carried out in the ETS. The device features a Programming
button to assign the physical device address.
The red Programming LED lights up, after the button has been pushed. It switches off, as soon as the ETS has
assigned the physical address or the Programming button is pressed again.
Cleaning
If devices become dirty, they can be cleaned using a dry cloth or a cloth dampened with a soapy solution.
Corrosive agents or solutions should never be used.
Download behaviour
Depending on the PC, which is used, the progress bar for the download may take up to one and a half minutes,
before it appears, due to the complexity of the device.
Maintenance
The device is maintenance-free. No repairs should be carried out by unauthorised personnel if damage occurs, e.
g. during transport and/or storage.
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1.2
Technical features
Power supply
All devices in the range require an external 12 - 24V AC/DC power supply, allowing them to operate (e.g. opening of
electric lock) even in the event of a lack of bus voltage.
For system sizing (number and type of power supplies to use), bear in mind that each access control device draws
a peak power of 1W.
ABB recommends using a dedicated power supply/transformer to power the electric lock (not the same one used for
the access control devices range), as the power draw of the electric lock is not usually known beforehand and can
invalidate the correct sizing of the power supply for the access control devices, causing outages and malfunctions.
Where installation requirements should necessitate the use of a common power supply/transformer (for example
one in each room for applications such as hotels), it is essential to consider the maximum possible power draw of
the electric lock and subtract this from the available power provided by the power supply/transformer: the residual
power must be sufficient to power all access control devices running on that power supply/transformer.
For powering the access control devices, ABB recommends the use of stabilised power supplies (for example CP-D
from the ABB range) as opposed to transformers. When powering access control devices with alternating current, it
is important to remember that transformers for discontinuous loads CANNOT be used to power the access control
devices.
An example of an ideal configuration for the sizing of the access control devices’ power supply is given below:
-- Dedicated power supply/transformer for electric lock
-- DC power supply for the access control devices with dedicated stabilised transformer, chosen on the basis of
the number of devices to control. The table below provides a summary of ABB’s CP-D stabilised power supply
models and their characteristics
Power supply type
Output voltage
Output current
Power output
Number of access
control devices which
can be powered
CP-D 12/0.83
12 V c.c.
0,83 A
10 W
10
CP-D 12/2.1
12 V c.c.
2,1 A
25 W
25
CP-D 24/0.42
24 V c.c.
0,42 A
10 W
10
CP-D 24/1.3
24 V c.c.
1,3 A
30 W
30
CP-D 24/2.5
24 V c.c.
2,5 A
60 W
60
CP-D 24/4.2
24 V c.c.
4,2 A
100 W
100
1.3
Connection and wiring
For the supplementary power supply of the devices (12 - 24V AC/DC), a standard cable can be used; the sizing of this
must be based on the total length of cable required for the installation. Specifically, ABB recommends a dedicated
insulated cable for the power supply of the access control devices, of cross section 1 mm². It is not possible to use
the additional pair of conductors present in a KNX 4-wire cable (white-yellow), unless a power supply which meets
SELV specifications can be guaranteed on this pair (in particular the presence of a power supply unit with isolation
transformer). In general, seeing as it is not always possible to guarantee a SELV power supply beforehand or to know
whether a power supply which meets SELV specifications has been supplied, it is in any case recommended to use
a dedicated cable to power the access control devices, as indicated above.
For connecting the input it’s suggested to use a dedicated 2 x 0,50 mm shielded cable. Maximum distance covered
is 10 meters.
1.4
Outdoor installation
The access control devices are rated IP20 and therefore cannot be installed outdoors.
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Commissioning
Commissioning
The main functions of the access control devices are described in this section.
Parametrisation is performed via the Engineering Tool ETS Software application program.
For the parametrisation you need a pc desktop or a laptop with ETS and connection to the KNX system (obtainable
for example by means of RS232, USB or IP Interface).
2.1
General
In this menu it’s possible to enable/disable sending of 8bit scenario KNX telegram on specific events (guest/service
card validation, card insertion/removal in/from the card holder)
Send 8bit scene on guest card acknowledgment
With this parameter you can choose to send one KNX telegram with 8bit scene on guest card validation from
transponder reader.
Options:
-- Disabled
-- Enabled
When “Enabled” is selected, with the “Scene” parameter is possible to select the Scene number to send on guest
card validation.
Send 8bit scene on service card acknowledgment
With this parameter you can choose to send one KNX telegram with 8bit scene on service card validation from
transponder reader.
Options:
-- Disabled
-- Enabled
When “Enabled” is selected, with the “Scene” parameter is possible to select the Scene number to send on service
card validation.
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Send 8bit scene on card insertion in the card holder
With this parameter you can choose to send one KNX telegram with 8bit scene when a card is inserted into the
conventional card-holder connected to transponder reader through its internal input.
Options:
-- Disabled
-- Enabled
When “Enabled” is selected, with the “Scene” parameter is possible to select the Scene number to send on card
insertion in the card holder.
Send 8bit scene on card removing from the card holder
With this parameter you can choose to send one KNX telegram with 8bit scene when a card is removed from the
conventional card-holder connected to transponder reader through its internal input.
Options:
-- Disabled
-- Enabled
When “Enabled” is selected, with the “Scene” parameter is possible to select the Scene number to send on card
removal from the card holder.
2.2
Function
In this menu it’s possible to configure the functionalities of transponder reader, and in particular the behavior of its
output relay.
Output functionality
With this parameter, you can choose the behavior of output relay
Options:
-- Actuator
-- Linked to access control
-- Linked to card holder
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2.2.1
Commissioning
Actuator
With the “Actuator” configuration the transponder reader relay acts as a standard KNX output channel, being able
to be controlled through standard KNX telegram sent by standard KNX devices.
Once the output has been configured as “Actuator”, it is possible to additional parametrize it with the two following
parameter:
Enable time function: delay staircase lighting
It’s possible to choose staircase lighting function, if needed
Options:
-- No
-- Yes
Delay in s
If enabled “delay staircase lighting” option with the parameter above, you can configure the value of the delay in
seconds.
Options:
[0…5…65.535]
Enable functions scene (8bit)
It’s possible to add the 8bit scene functionality to transponder reader relay, when configured as “Actuator”. In this
case the output reacts to standard KNX 8bit telegram sent by standard KNX devices.
Options:
-- No
-- Yes
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Linked to access control
With the “Linked to access control” configuration, the transponder reader relay is switched if it recognizes a valid
card. Moreover the output is able to be switched also by means of standard KNX 1bit telegram sent on proper
communication object (Switch).
Once the output has been configured as “Linked to access control”, it is possible to additional parametrize it with
the two following parameter:
Enable time function: electric lock delay
It’s possible to choose electric lock delay function, if needed
Options:
-- No
-- Yes
Dealy in s
If enabled “electric lock delay” option with the parameter above, you can configure the value of the delay in milliseconds.
Options:
[0…1000…65.535]
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Linked to card holder
With the “Linked to card holder” configuration, the transponder reader relay is switched when a card is inserted into
or removed from a conventional card holder (e.g. Millennium card holder) connected to transponder reader with its
internal binary input.
Once the output has been configured as “Linked to card holder”, it is possible to additional parametrize it with the
two following parameter:
Enable time function: delay after card removal
It’s possible to choose delay after card removal, if needed
Options:
-- No
-- Yes
Dealy in s
If enabled “delay after card removal” option with the parameter above, you can configure the value of the delay in
seconds.
Options:
[0…60…65.535]
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Common parameters
The following parameters are related to every kind of configuration of transponder reader (Actuator, Linked to access
control, Linked to card holder) and are related to configuration of main functionalities of device.
Output contact reaction
With this parameter you can determine whether the output works as a “Normally closed contact” or as a “Normally
open contact”
Options:
-- Normally open
-- Normally closed
Reaction to the bus voltage drop
With this parameter you can define the output status upon device switch off, on bus voltage drop
Options:
-- Unchanged contact
-- Open contact
-- Closed contact
Communication object value at bus voltage recovery
With this parameter you can define the output status upon device switch on (communication object value), on bus
voltage recovery
Options:
-- No value
-- Write 0
-- Write 1
The above parameters related to behavior of output on bus voltage drop and bus voltage
recovery do not apply to “Linked to card holder” configuration, since in this case “Switch”
communication object is not present and status of the relay is defined by a “physical”
condition, hence insertion/removal of card into card-holder connected to the input of
transponder reader.
Please notice that “Reaction to the bus voltage drop” parameter refer to behavior of
output on KNX bus voltage failure. On power supply failure (12-24 AC/DC), the device
stops working and is not able to fix the relay in the position defined with this parameter.
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Operation of communication objects
Operation of communication objects
Nr.
Funzione
Nome oggetto
Tipo dato
Flag
0
Switch
Switch
1 bit
C, W
This object is used to switch the output ON/OFF. The device receives a switching command via the communication
object. If the output is programmed as “normally open” contact, the relay is closed with a “1” telegram value and
opened with a “0” telegram value (and the opposite is true when it is programmed as “normally open” contact).
Moreover, the output can be controlled without communication object, associating it with the transponder TAGs
validation events (on “Linked to access control” mode) or card insertion/removal in the card-holder connected to
the transponder reader (“Linked to card holder” mode).
In “Linked to card holder” mode “Switch” communication object is not available and the output can be controlled
only with card insertion/removal in the card-holder connected to the transponder reader.
2
Status switch
Status switch
1 bit
C, R, T
These objects are always visible. The object value indicates the relay contact position (open or closed).
1
Scene
Scene
1 byte
C, W
This communication objet is available only when the output functionality is configured as “Actuator”. Using this
8 bit communication object, a scene telegram can be sent using a coded telegram. The telegram contains the
number of the scene concerned as well as the information on whether the scene is to be recalled or if the current
contact position is to be assigned to the scene.
3
Guest in the room
Guest in the room
1 bit
C, R, T
This object is used to send a 1bit telegram with information about presence of guest in the room (1 = guest is in the
room, 0 = guest is outside the room). The information is taken from card-holder connected to transponder reader
with its input (card insertion/card removal)
4
ACC1 Command
ACC1 Command
1 byte
C, R, W, T, U
5
ACC14 Command
ACC14 Command
14 byte
C, R, W, T, U
These communication objects are used to interface transponder reader with MiniMAC supervision and control
software.
Objects have to be associated with group addresses which, in turn, are indicated in the MiniMAC software, on
displays for configuration of the individual devices.
6
Date
Date
3 byte
C, W
7
Time
Time
3 byte
C, W
These communication objects are used to receive date and time updates from the MiniMAC (or KNX clock). These
objects are linked to the corresponding Date and Time boxes in the “Settings” menu (tab “Timers”) via group
addresses.
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Guest Card Ack
Scene
Guest card
acknowledgment
scene
1 byte
C, T
10
Services Card Ack
Scene
Service card
acknowledgment
scene
1 byte
C, T
These objects are available only if previously enabled in the menu “General”. With these objects is possible to send
1byte scene telegram on transponder TAGs validation events (Guest Card/Service Card)
11
Guest card
acknowledgment
Guest card
acknowledgment
1 bit
C, T
12
Service card
acknowledgment
Service card
acknowledgment
1 bit
C, T
These objects are available only if previously enabled in the menu “General”. With these objects is possible to send
1 bit telegram on transponder TAGs validation events (Guest Card/Service Card)
13
Card insertion
scene
Card insertion
scene
1 byte
C, T
14
Card insertion
removal
Card insertion
removal
1 byte
C, T
These objects are available only if previously enabled in the menu “General”. With these objects is possible to send
1byte scene telegram on card insertion/removal into the card-holder connected to transponder reader with its input
15
Green Led
Green Led
1 byte
C, W
16
Red Led
Red Led
1 byte
C, W
Through these communication objects you can control the two color LEDs’ status directly over the bus. To switch
the LED on, you simply need to send a telegram containing the value 1 to switch it on, or value 0 to switch it off.
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Notes
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ABB SACE
A division of ABB S.p.A.
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20010 Vittuone (MI), Italy
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the right to modify the contents of this document on
the basis of technical development of the products,
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