ACS-10V(P)-MF Access Control Reader

ACS-10V(P)-MF Access Control Reader
ACS-10V(P)-MF
Access Control Reader
User’s Manual
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Warranty
All products manufactured by ICP DAS are under warranty regarding
defective materials for a period of one year from the date of delivery to the
original purchaser.
Warning
ICP DAS assumes no liability for damages resulting from the use of
this product. ICP DAS reserves the right to change this manual at any time
without notice. The information furnished by ICP DAS is believed to be
accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed by ICP DAS
for its use, or for any infringements of patents or other rights of third
parties resulting from its use.
Copyright
Copyright 2016 by ICP DAS. All rights are reserved.
Trademark
The names used for identification only may be registered trademarks
of their respective companies.
Document Revision
Version
1.0
Date
2016/05/06
Description of changes
First Release Revision
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction .......................................................................................4
1.1
1.2
Features............................................................................................. 5
Applications........................................................................................ 5
1.3
Specifications ..................................................................................... 5
2. Hardware ...........................................................................................7
2.1
2.1.1
Front Panel ........................................................................................ 7
LED Indicator ................................................................................... 7
2.4.1
Back Panel......................................................................................... 8
Dimensions ...................................................................................... 10
Hardware Connections..................................................................... 10
Power and I/O wiring architecture .................................................. 10
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.4.2
2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.6
I/O connection ................................................................................ 12
Jumper Settings ............................................................................... 12
Terminator Resistor Settings .......................................................... 12
Operation Mode Settings................................................................ 13
Firmware update method ................................................................. 13
3. Software...........................................................................................16
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.4
Installing the eSearch Utility............................................................. 16
Using the eSearch Utility to Assign an IP Address ........................... 16
Web Configuration ........................................................................... 19
IP Address Configuration................................................................ 20
Reader Configuration ..................................................................... 22
RTC Configuration.......................................................................... 24
Change Password Configuration.................................................... 24
Installation........................................................................................ 25
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1. Introduction
Access Control systems are one of the most important infrastructures
for a safe, secure society. ACS-10V(P)-MF is an access control reader
that supports RFID induction of access control. It integrates three
functions of door access control, voice guidance and floor control all in
one, suitable for use in community door access and elevator control. ACS10V(P)-MF supports Ethernet and RS-485 communication interface and
provides anti-sabotage sensor and door position detection function which
can consolidate the security of access control systems and effectively
enhance the service quality of management.
The ACS-10VP-MF has integrated Power-over-Ethernet (PoE), it
allows power and data to be carried over a single Ethernet cable, so a
device can operate solely from the power it receives through the data
cable. This innovation allows greater flexibility in office design, higher
efficiency in systems design, and faster turnaround time in set-up and
implementation. The ACS-10VP-MF feature true IEEE 802.3af-compliant
(classification, Class 1) Power over Ethernet (PoE) using both Ethernet
pairs (Category 5 Ethernet cable).
When using ACS-10VP-MF module, you can choose ICP DAS “PoE”
Switch – “NS-205PSE” as the power source, NS-205PSE automatically
detects the connected devices whether they are PoE devices or not. This
mechanism ensures NS-205PSE to work with both PoE and non-PoE
devices coordinately at the same time.
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1.1
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Features
Supports card type: Mifare
Built-in Voice message function
Supports Ethernet / RS-485 interface
Built-in RTC and WDT
Supports electronic lock control and door position detection
Provides access records
Max card capacity:8000 cards
Supports elevator floor control (max. 16F)
1.2
Applications
1.3
Specifications
Table 1-1: System Specifications
Models
ACS-10V-MF
ACS-10VP-MF
1M
-
ISO-11898-2, CAN 2.0A/B
-
CAN Bus
Baud rate(bps)
Specification
UART
COM
RS-485(D+, D-)
Baud rate(bps)
9600
Format
N, 8, 1
Ethernet
Controller
10/100Base-TX Ethernet Controller (Auto-negotiating, Auto MDIX)
Connector
RJ-45 with LED indicator
PoE
-
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Yes
Digital Input
Channels
4
Input type
2
Dry Contact (Source), Wet Contact (Sink, Source)
Relay Output
Channels
2
Output Type
Form C
Contact Rating
0.5A 120VAC / 2A 30VDC
Micro Switch
Channels
1
Circuit arrangement
SPDT
Contact Rating
6A 125/250VAC
RFID
Supported Card
Mifare S50
Standard
ISO 14443 A
Keypad
Supported
No
Power
Reverse Polarity Protection
Powered from CN1 Connector
Powered from PoE
Consumption
Yes
10 ~ 30 VDC
-
-
Yes, IEEE 802.3af, Class1
2.0W
1.7W
Mechanical
Installation
Wall Mounting (Suitable for the outlet box in United States)
Dimensions
83mm x 120mm x 28mm (W x L x H)
Environment
Operating Temperature
-20℃ ~ +60℃
Storage Temperature
-30℃ ~ +80℃
Humidity
10% ~ 90%, non-condensing
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2. Hardware
2.1 Front Panel
The front panel of the ACS-10V(P)-MF module contains the RFID
induction area and status LEDs.
Status Indicator
Induction area
Figure 2-1: Front Panel of the ACS-10V(P)-MF
2.1.1 LED Indicator
Table 2-1: System Status Indicator
System Status Indicator
LED
PWR
RF
S1
Module Status
Default IP operation mode
Camera control module connection failed
Elevator control module 1 connection failed
Elevator control module 2 connection failed
Power failure
RFID induction
Firmware update mode
Idle
Data transmission
Idle
LED Status
Blink per 100 ms
Blink per 1000 ms
Blink per 2000 ms
Blink per 3000 ms
Off
Blink
Blink per 500 ms
Off
Blink
Off
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2.2 Back Panel
The back panel of the ACS-10V(P)-MF module contains the Ethernet
port and power, signal connectors.
Figure 2-2: ACS-10V-MF Connector Assignment
Table 2-2: ACS-10V-MF Pin Assignment
Connector Type
Pin Assignment
GND
CN1
Description
VDC
Power (+10V~+30 VDC)
DI0(Door position detection)
CN2
DI0
G
DI1
G
DI2
G
DI3
G
DI1(Electric lock trigger)
DI2/3(n/a)
(Digital Input, Dry Contact)
CN3
COM
NO
NC
Anti-sabotage detection
(Relay Output)
NC
Electronic lock control
CN4
COM
(Relay Output)
NO
NC
Door position alarm output
CN5
COM
(Relay Output)
NO
CAN(CAN_H/CAN_L)
Baud Rate (bps) : 1M
RS-485(D+/D-)
CN6
CAN_L
CAN_H
D+
D-
Baud Rate (bps): 9600
Parity: NONE
Data Bits: 8
Stop Bits: 1
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Figure 2-3: ACS-10VP-MF Connector Assignment
Table 2-3: ACS-10VP-MF Pin Assignment
Connector Type
Pin Assignment
Description
RS-485(D+/D-)
Baud Rate (bps): 9600
D+
CN1
D-
Parity: NONE
Data Bits: 8
Stop Bits: 1
DI0(Door position detection)
CN2
DI0
G
DI1
G
DI1(Electric lock trigger)
(Digital Input, Dry Contact)
NC
Electronic lock control
CN3
COM
(Relay Output)
NO
NC
Door position alarm output
CN4
COM
(Relay Output)
NO
CN5
COM
NO
NC
Anti-sabotage detection
(Relay Output)
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2.3
Dimensions
The following diagrams provide the dimensions of the ACS-10V(P)MF module and can be used as a reference when defining the
specifications for any custom enclosures. All dimensions are in millimeters.
Figure 2-4: Dimension of the ACS-10V(P)-MF Module
2.4
Hardware Connections
2.4.1 Power and I/O wiring architecture
ACS-10V(P)-MF series modules provide a variety of communication
interfaces to suit a range of applications. Below is a description of the
configuration for simple applications using the ACS-10V(P)-MF.
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Figure 2-5: ACS-10V-MF Power and I/O wiring architecture
Figure 2-6: ACS-10VP-MF Power and I/O wiring architecture
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2.4.2 I/O connection
Figure 2-7: Wire connection
2.5
Jumper Settings
2.5.1 Terminator Resistor Settings
According to the ISO 11898 specifications, the CAN Bus network must
be terminated by two terminal resistors (120Ω) for proper operation, as
shown in the below figure.
Figure 2-8: Terminal Resistor
Therefore, the ACS-10V-MF module supplies a jumper for users to
active the terminal resistor or not. If users want to use this terminal resistor,
please open the ACS-10V-MF cover and use the JP3 to activate the 120Ω
terminal resistor built in the module, as the Table 2-4. Note that the default
setting is active.
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Table 2-4: Terminal Resistor Jumper (ACS-10V-MF)
Jumper Position
Enable (default)
Disable
2.5.2 Operation Mode Settings
ACS-10V(P)-MF module supplies a jumper for users to select the
firmware operation or firmware update mode of the module.
Table 2-5: Operation Mode Setting Jumper (ACS-10V(P)-MF)
Jumper Position
Firmware operation mode (default)
2.6
Firmware update mode
Firmware update method
There are three ways to make the product enters "Firmware update
mode", please refer to the following settings mode. When ACS-10V(P)-MF
is in firmware update mode, the RF LED will blink per 500 ms. Users can
update the firmware of the ACS-10V(P)-MF module by the Ethernet
interface.
Item
1
2
3
Setting Mode
Press and hold the No.0 key for 10 seconds
Press and hold the No.0 key, and reset the power of ACS10V(P)-MF
Set the JP2 to the "Firmware update mode" position as Table 25, and reset the power of ACS-10V(P)-MF
Please follow the below steps to complete the firmware updating
process.
Step1. Make the product enters "Firmware update mode".
Step2. Network configuration of computer.
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Entry the IP address as "192.168.0.x", where "x" is a number
that between 1 and 254 except 1, Subnet mask as
"255.255.0.0". Finally, press "OK" button.
Figure 2-9: Network configuration
Step3. Establish a network connection between PC and
ACS-10V(P)-MF
Step4. Launch the firmware update tool "FW_Update_Tool_v2.00.exe"
1. Select the connection network interface of ACS-10V(P)-MF
2. Set IP address as: IP 192.168.0.1
3. Click “Browser” button to choose firmware file (ACS-11-MF_vx.fw)
4. Click “Firmware Update” button to start firmware updating process
5. After firmware update is complete, please reset the power of ACS10V(P)-MF
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Figure 2-10: Firmware update process
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3. Software
3.1 Installing the eSearch Utility
The eSearch Utility is a useful tool that provides a quick and easy
way to configure the Ethernet settings to the ACS-xxx-MF from a PC.
Step 1: Install the eSearch Utility tool
The eSearch Utility can be obtained either from the companion CD at:
CD:\Napdos\Software\eSearch\
Or from the ICP DAS FTP site at:
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/tinymodules/napdos/software/esearch/
Step 2:Follow the instructions in the Setup Wizard to complete the
installation. After the installation has been completed, a new short cut for
the eSearch Utility will be displayed on your desktop.
3.2 Using the eSearch Utility to Assign an IP Address
The factory default IP settings are as follows:
Item
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
Default
192.168.0.1
255.255.0.0
192.168.0.254(Fixed)
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Step 1:Run the eSearch Utility
Double-click the "eSearch Utility" shortcut on your desktop.
Step 2 : Press the "Search Servers" button to search for your
module
After pressing the "Search Servers" button, the utility will perform a
search of all ACS-xxx-MF modules on your network.
Step 3:Click the "ACS-xxx-MF" item for which you want to change
the IP setting and then click the "configuration(UDP)" button.
All ACS-xxx-MF series module are IP-based devices that may not be
suitable for your network using the default IP address. Therefore, you
must first assign a new IP address to the ACS-xxx-MF series module
depending on your network settings.
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After the search has been completed, click the name of the module,
and then click the "configuration(UDP)" button to open the Configuration
Server dialog.
Step 4:Assign a new IP address and then click the "OK" button
Contact your Network Administrator to obtain the correct network
configuration information. Modify the network settings as necessary and
then click the “OK” button. The ACS-xxx-MF series module will use the
new settings immediately. (ACS-xxx-MF doesn’t support DHCP function)
Step 5 : After save the settings, ACS-xxx-MF will automatically
reboot and then press the "Search Servers" button to check the IP
settings
After completing and saving the settings, ACS-xxx-MF will
automatically reboot and then use the eSearch Utility to perform another
search for the module to make sure that the IP settings are correct. See
Step 2 for details.
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3.3 Web Configuration
The ACS-xxx-MF series contains an advanced web configuration
system that provides users with access to ACS-xxx-MF series
applications through a standard web browser.
Step 1:Open a browser
Use a standard internet browser to view the ACS-xxx-MF web pages,
such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer are
reliable and popular internet browsers that can be used to configure
ACS-xxx-MF series module.
Step 2:Enter the URL address for the ACS-xxx-MF
If you haven’t changed the default IP address of the ACS-xxx-MF
module, please refer to section 3.2. Using the "eSearch Utility" to assign
an IP address to configure it.
Step 3:Enter the Login Password
After entering the IP address, the main login dialog page will be
displayed prompting you to enter a password. The factory default
password is as follows; Click the "Submit" button to continue.
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Item
Default
Password
Admin
Step 4: Log in to the ACS-xxx-MF web server
After logging into the ACS-xxx-MF web server, the "IP Config" page
will be displayed.
The first section provides basic information related to the ACS-xxxMF series module hardware and software including the Firmware version,
MAC Address and IP Address, etc.
3.3.1 IP Address Configuration
Clicking the "IP Config" tab will display the network and control I/O
connection setting of camera and elevator settings page allowing you
verify the current settings and configure the IP address parameters,
configure the general parameters for the ACS-xxx-MF device, each of
which will be described in more detail below.
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Network Configuration
The following table provides an overview of the parameters
contained in the Network Configuration section:
Item
DHCP
IP
Mask
MAC
FW Ver.
Description
Open: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a network
application protocol that automatically assigns an IP address to
each device(ACS-xxx-MF does not support this feature)
Close(Default): Static IP: If there is no DHCP server installed in
your network, you can configure the network settings manually.
Each ACS-xxx-MF device connected to the network must have its
own unique IP address. This parameter is used to assign a
specific IP address
(Default:192.168.0.1)
This parameter is used to assign the subnet mask for the ACSxxx-MF device. The subnet mask indicates which portion of the IP
address is used to identify the local network or subnet.
(Default:255.255.0.0)
This parameter is used to show the MAC address of the ACSxxx-MF, which must be in the format FF-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF.
Firmware version of the ACS-xxx-MF
Camera and elevator control I/O connection IP Configuration
In addition to the card access control function, ACS-xxx-MF series
modules also support floor control and camera control functions. Users
can enable this feature in these setting contents.
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The following table provides an overview of the parameters
contained in the Camera and Elevator control I/O connection IP
Configuration section.
Camera control I/O
Item
Description
This parameter is used to assign a specific IP address of the
tET-P2R2 that can control the camera with the external trigger
IP
signal.
(Default:192.168.1.1)
Open: Enable this function
Open/Close Close: Disable this function
(Default: Close)
Elevator control I/O
Item
Description
This parameter is used to assign a specific IP address of the
ET-7067 that can control the elevator (1F to 8F) for building floor
IP1: 1-8F
control.
(Default:192.168.2.1)
This parameter is used to assign a specific IP address of the
ET-7067 that can control the elevator (9F to 16F) for building
IP2: 9-16F
floor control.
(Default:192.168.2.2)
Open: Enable this function
Open/Close Close: Disable this function
(Default:Close)
3.3.2 Reader Configuration
Clicking the "Reader Configure" tab will display the settings page
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allowing you verify the current settings and configure the general
parameters for the ACS-xxx-MF device, each of which will be described
in more detail below.
Item
Description
Serial number assigned to each unit and is used to track
project.
Serial Number
(Default:1)
(Range:0~65535)
Connection
Select the connection interface.
Type
(Default:TCP)
The station Identifier in RS-485 connection type application.
Host station
(Default:1)
number
(Range:1~247)
Communication port number of ACS-xxx-MF.
Port number
(Default:10001)
(Range:1~65535)
The module information indicates the name of the alias that
Reader Name
is used to identify the module.
Installation
The module information indicates the installation location
location
that is used to identify the module.
IP Address
Display the IP address of the module.
Volume control settings of the module.
Volume control (Default:3)
(Range:1~5)
If the time is reached, but the door is still not closed (DI 0 is
Door monitoring
on), then the relay(CN5) will be triggered.
delay time(sec)
(Default:5)
Opening delay Relay(CN5) trigger time to open the electric lock.
time(sec)
(Default:1)
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3.3.3RTC Configuration
Clicking the "RTC Configure" tab will display the settings page
allowing you verify the current system time settings of the ACS-xxx-MF
device.
Item
Description
Reference computer time to set the system time of the
RTC Calibration
module
3.3.4 Change Password Configuration
Clicking the "Change Password" tab will display the settings page
allowing you change the login password settings of the ACS-xxx-MF
device.
Item
Description
Enter the Current password, New password and Confirm
Change Password password information and then click the “Submit” button to
finish configuring.
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3.4 Installation
Before use, associated software configuration, the steps described as
follows:
Step 1: Install and setup MySQL operating environment
01. Download the XAMPP installation files as the following link, and install
on computer. XAMPP is an easy to install Apache distribution containing
MySQL, PHP.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/xampp/files/XAMPP%20Windows/
Note. Windows XP or Windows 2003: Install version 1.8.2 of XAMPP that includes
PHP version 5.4 or earlier.
Installation includes:
a. Apache web server
b. MySQL database
c. PHPMyAdmin web database management program
02. Select Components to install
03. Completing the XAMPP setup
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04. Launch XAMPP control panel and start Apache and MySQL service
05. Entry MySQL management environment
06. Import database file of access control system – acs.sql
1
2
3
5
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4
Step 2: Network setup
01. Network configuration and connection
a. Entry the IP address as "192.168.0.x", where "x" is a number
between 1 and 254 except 1, Subnet mask as "255.255.0.0".
Finally, press "OK" button.
b. Establish a network connection between PC and ACS-xxx-MF
Step 3: Install Door Access Control Communication Program
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Step 4: Configure Mifare card UID in the database
01. Launch Database Communication Program
(RFIDCardReader_DB.exe)
a. Fill and Add ACS-xxx-MF IP address: 192.168.0.1
a
a. Fill card UID: 2632528336
b. Fill voice number: 0
c. Select ACS-xxx-MF IP address: 192.168.0.1
d. Fill floor control selection: 1111111111111111(16F………………1F)
e. Add/Modify UID
a
e
b
c
d
f. It will automatically add the card UID to the database
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02. Launch Door Access Control Communication Program
(RFIDCardReader.exe)
a1. The program will automatically add the card UID to the ACS-xxxMF
a2. Place the Mifare card close to the ACS-xxx-MF
a3. ACS-xxx-MF will read the card UID and return to database via Door
Access Control Communication Program
a4. Since the card UID is allowed, so ACS-xxx-MF will open the
electronic lock relay (CN4) and play card correctly voice
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Troubleshooting
Item Problem Description
1
2
Solution
Power Failure
(PWR LED Off)
1. Please return to the ICP DAS for inspection and
repair
Cards can not be used
1. Make sure cards support Mifare S50 standard
( ISO 14443-A)
2. EM and HID cards are not supported
1. Entry the default IP operation mode
Step1. Press and hold the No. 1 key
Step2. Reset the power of ACS-xxx-MF
Step3. Now the PWR led flashes and IP address
is "192.168.0.1"
Step4. Enter the settings web page then find out
IP address
3
How to find out IP address of
ACS-xxx-MF?
2. Use eSearch Utility
Step1. Launch eSearch.exe
Step2. Press "Search Servers" button then find
out IP address
Technical Support
If you have problems about using the ACS-xxx-MF series module, please
contact ICP DAS Product Support.
Email: service@icpdas.com
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