TOUCHLOCK compact stainless steel

TOUCHLOCK compact stainless steel
TOUCHLOCK compact stainless steel
Ins-177
Date code: 250403
Contents
About .................................................................................................................................................. 3
Features ......................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Contents in box ............................................................................................................................................................ 3
For Stainless steel keypad kit ..................................................................................................................................... 3
Fitting ................................................................................................................................................. 4
Which release? .............................................................................................................................................................. 4
Fitting the electric release ........................................................................................................................................... 4
Wiring ................................................................................................................................................. 5
The white wires - Release output .............................................................................................................................. 5
The green wires - Bell output ..................................................................................................................................... 5
Backup power: .................................................................................................................................. 5
Commissioning................................................................................................................................. 6
Initialising the system ................................................................................................................................................. 6
What is the next step?.................................................................................................................................................. 6
Reset procedure............................................................................................................................................................ 6
Operation ........................................................................................................................................... 7
Programming the keypad ........................................................................................................................................... 7
Single/multiple code mode ........................................................................................................................................ 7
Programming code ...................................................................................................................................................... 7
Normal, toggle and duress ......................................................................................................................................... 7
Silent operation ............................................................................................................................................................ 7
Lockout.......................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Data resetting the keypad ........................................................................................................................................... 7
Default Settings ............................................................................................................................................................ 7
Applications ...................................................................................................................................... 9
Standard Installation ................................................................................................................................................... 9
Duress alarm................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Exit button .................................................................................................................................................................. 10
Time clock ................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Tech Help......................................................................................................................................... 10
Specification .................................................................................................................................... 11
Ins-177
Date code: 250403
About
TOUCHLOCK compact stainless steel is a single door, single keypad access control system. The keypad is
suitable for internal and external installations. The keypad is suitable for high use applications. The unit is
self contained with the control unit, or decision making electronics, housed within the keypad itself. The
unit can be powered by both ac and dc 12V power supplies.
The output to the electric release is 12Vdc solid state limited to 500mA continuous and 750mA
intermittent (7 seconds).
Features
The unit can be programmed with up to 50 user codes containing 4 - 8 digits each. An exit button may also
be connected to the unit.
There are two outputs, one for the electric lock and one that can be used for a door bell/duress alarm see the
TOUCHLOCK programming guide.
All system settings and the user codes are changed via the keypad.
Any number of TOUCHLOCK systems may be installed on a site.
Switch2 (Sales code 405-321/405-500) is an alternative product that has a separate keypad and control unit.
Switch2 has two keypad capability for two way access control, voltage free relay contacts for the electric
lock, and increased functionality. For more information contact our technical helpline.
Contents in box
For Stainless steel keypad
TOUCHLOCK keypad stainless steel
Instructions for keypad
Fitting kit for keypad
For Stainless steel keypad kit
TOUCHLOCK keypad stainless steel
Instructions for keypad
Fitting kit for keypad kit
12V 1Amp AC transformer
12V DC fail locked release kit
Mortice fitting for release
Rim fitting for release
About
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Fitting
Using the template provided, mark and drill holes for the cable and the two screws.
Enlarge the upper part of the cable hole as shown in the diagram below:
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•
•
•
Tap in the wall plugs and screw the top No.8 x
1” posi pan to the wall. Leave the head of the
screw about 2mm from the face of the wall.
Thread the cable through the wall.
Locate the screw into its keyhole on the back of
the keypad and slide the keypad down to
engage. Remove and adjust as necessary.
Tighten down with the bottom No.8 x 1” screw.
Keypad
No 8 x 1"
Wall plugs
C able
Which release?
The TOUCHLOCK compact can be used with 12V DC fail open or fail closed releases. Ensure that the
release consumes no more than 500mA for continuous use from 12V, or 750mA for intermittent use (7 secs).
Please refer to manufacturer’s instructions for detail on specific releases.
The TOUCHLOCK compact keypad uses a small residual current to detect the presence of an electric release,
used for the data reset procedure. For this reason TOUCHLOCK compact must not be connected directly to a
relay coil.
Fitting the electric release
•
•
•
•
•
•
Decide on a suitable position for the electric release on the door frame.
Remove the cover of the release.
Using the 3.5mm cable clips provided, tack the white cable from the TOUCHLOCK to the release and
connect the two wires to the terminals on the release. Polarity does not matter when using a standard
12V DC release.
Replace the cover of the release.
If using the rim fitting, do not refit the side plate, this is not used.
Release
Door
Screw the release to the door frame using the No.8 x 1” screws
provided.
Door
frame
Rim
Mortice
No. 8X1"
screws
Release
Door
Cover
screws
Fitting
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Wiring
The black wires - Power input
The TOUCHLOCK can be powered with 12 - 15 V AC or DC. On DC systems, the wire marked with a white
stripe is positive. When using an AC power supply, the polarity is not important.
The white wires - Release output
The output is 12V DC. For our standard 12V releases, polarity is not important, but for releases other than
this, the wire marked with a black stripe is positive
The green wires - Bell output
The default setting for these wires is to give a 12V DC output when the doorbell on the keypad is pressed.
Alternatively the unit can be programmed to energise the green wires for 30 seconds, when a duress code is
entered.
The grey wires – Exit button
This can be set to operate the release for the door open time or to toggle the release open/shut.
For further wiring details see Applications.
Backup power:
If the TOUCHLOCK is powered solely by a transformer, during a power cut, the unit will retain its memory,
but will not function for this time.
A backup power supply uses a battery to power the unit in the event of mains power loss. The size of the
battery is measured in Ah (Ampere-Hours) and will determine how long the unit can operate using battery
power alone. For example:
A TOUCHLOCK is operating in fail open mode, drawing around 50mA. The maglock that it is operating
draws around 450mA. This gives us a total of 500mA or 0.5A. If the backup battery fitted is rated at 1Ah,
then substituting these figures into the equation below gives us a backup power time of 1 hour and 36
minutes.
Backup Power Time =
Battery Capacity (Ah)
X
0.8
(TOUCHLOCK current + lock current) (A)
The figure, 0.8, in the equation above is a safety factor and is included because the battery cannot supply full
power for the last 20% of its life.
If the TOUCHLOCK is operating a fail closed release, then the backup power time is longer.
Wiring
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Commissioning
Initialising the system
After the system has been wired up, be sure to check over the connections against the wiring diagrams
provided before powering up for the first time. When the system is powered up for the first time the keypad
will bleep 3 times a second. This indicates that the keypad is waiting to be initialised. The red and amber
LEDs will be off and the green LED will be flashing.
• Press the bell button
(The unit will stop bleeping and the green LED flashes faster)
• Enter your chosen 6 digit programming code* and press the bell button.
(The green LED will flash faster still)
•
Confirm your chosen programming code by entering the same 6 digit code and pressing the bell
button.
(The green LED goes out and the unit will acknowledge that the programming code has been accepted by bleeping twice
after a 2 short pause. All the LEDs are now on)
* Note that the programming code SHOULD NOT have the sequence of numbers 1234 in, as this is the
default user code
What is the next step?
The keypad/s should now work with the user code 1234. The programming code you just entered will now
let you into programming mode, where additional alterations can be made. The system will work according
to the default settings (See Operation – TOUCHLOCK).
Check the system operates correctly using the default settings.
• Type in the user code 1234
(The green LED will flash on the keypad/s and the lock output will activate for 7 seconds)
• Type in the programming code you set
(There will be 2 beeps to confirm that the correct programming code has been entered and the green LED will flash)
• If a buzzer/bell is connected, press the bell button.
(The buzzer/bell will sound for as long as the bell button is held down on the keypad)
• If an exit/remote button is connected, press it.
(The lock output will activate for 7 seconds and the keypad will beep once)
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•
Check that the keypad beeps each time a number button is pressed on the keypad.
Check that lockout is disabled by pressing more than 20 buttons in a sequence that does not include
the user or programming code.
Reset procedure
The TOUCHLOCK will remember its settings in the event of a power cut. To return the unit to the factory
default settings, a data reset must be done. For a list of the factory settings, see initialising the unit. The
procedure for doing this is outlined as follows:
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Turn off the power to the unit.
Disconnect the white wires and ensure that the green and grey wires are not shorting together.
Hold down the ‘3’ button on the keypad and re-administer power to the unit. When the power is
applied, release button ‘3’.
3 beeps will indicate that the unit has successfully data reset
The keypad should now beep 3 times a second. (The green LED will be continually flashing)
NOTE: If the correct programming procedure is not followed the red LED will flash and the keypad will
exit the procedure.
Commissioning
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Operation
Programming the keypad
The TOUCHLOCK compact SS keypad can be programmed using the master code. To understand each
setting, read the following explanations. For more information on how to program each setting, refer to the
TOUCHLOCK Programming Guide.
Single/multiple code mode
By default the keypad will operate in single code mode, only allowing one 4-8 digit code to operate the door.
It is possible to change this code as many times as are needed. If more than one code is required then the unit
can be programmed for multiple codes (up to 50). Again, each code can be 4-8 digits long. In either mode it
will be possible to set the code as a toggle, normal or duress code. Codes can be easily deleted.
* Note that increasing the number of digits in the user code decreases the chance of the code being
guessed by someone randomly pressing keys.
Programming code
This code is used to enter the programming procedure for the keypad. It is set during the initialisation of the
unit and can be changed later if necessary.
Normal, toggle and duress
The default user code (1234) will be a Normal code. By this we mean it will operate the lock output will
activate for the door open time. A code can also be programmed in as a Toggle code. This means every time
the correct code is entered, the lock output will change state eg. 0V – 12V. Lastly, the code could be
programmed in as a Duress code. When this code is entered the lock output will activate for the door open
time and the bell output will be activated for 30 seconds.
Silent operation
By default the keypad unit will beep when a button is pressed. This can be turned off if necessary. When
turned off the keypad does not emit a beep unless it is in programming mode.
Lockout
By default the lockout feature is disabled. To decrease the risk of someone guessing the code by randomly
pressing the buttons, lockout can be enabled. If lockout is enabled and someone enters more than 20
incorrect digits, the keypad will stop working completely for 60 seconds. This time cannot be altered. Once
this time is elapsed the keypad will operate normally.
Door open time
The door open time will be set to 7 seconds as default. This is the time the lock output will stay activated for,
once either a correct code is entered or an exit button has been pressed. The time can be changed to suit the
situation and can be set to anything from 1 to 60 seconds.
Remote button
An exit/remote button can be connected to the grey wires. It can be set-up to work in one of 2 ways. The
button can be programmed to activate the lock output for the door open time. This is set as default. The
button can also be programmed to toggle the lock output.
Data resetting the keypad
The keypad can be reset to the default conditions below. It can either be reset from the keypad by following
the programming guide or by following the procedure below.
Default Settings
User code.................................................................................................................................................................. 1 2 3 4
Master code........................................................................................................................... set when unit is initialised
Code mode ............................................................................................................................................................... Single
Squeak setting ................................................................................................................................................... Activated
Door open time ................................................................................................................................................. 7 seconds
Remote button .............................................................................................. Activate lock output for door open time
Lockout mode....................................................................................................................................... Lockout disabled
Operation
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TOUCHLOCK programming guide
X
X
X
X
X
X
6 digit programming code
Green LED is now Flashing
3
X
8
1
Hold key
for 3
seconds
X
X
X
1
Hold key
for 3
seconds
X
6
Hold key
for 3
seconds
1
X
X
X
2
Single user code
6
Multiple user codes
X
X
X
X
new 6 digit programming code
2
bell
Beep when keys pressed
1
6
Silent unless in menu mode
lockout
1
Hold key
for 3
seconds
door open time
Hold key
for 3
seconds
Remote button
1
Lock wire setting
Hold key
for 3
seconds
1
Data reset
9
Hold key
for 3
seconds
Key:
1
X
4
Normal code
6
Toggle code
8
Duress code
bell
X
X
X
X
repeat new programming code
bell
3
3
6
lockout after 20 wrong keys pressed
in a row (lockout will last 60 seconds)
X
X
Remote button will open door
for period set with option 5
4
Remote button will toggle door open until
pressed again or toggle code entered
2
Fail closed
6
Fail open
X
X
3
3
2
X
Delete code
Lockout disabled
enter time in seconds
1 - 60 default = 7
seconds
1
Hold key
for 3
seconds
2
2
3
X
2
4
1
X
2 repeat new user code 4 - 8
bell
Silent operation
Hold key
for 3
seconds
7
X
digits
multi/single user mode
5
X
new user code 4 - 8 digits
2
3
X
X
3
3
X
6 digit programming code
X
Return settings to default.
Programming code will remain
unaffected.
9
2
Hold key
for 3
seconds
3
1 = Green LED flashes faster
2 = Green LED flashes faster still
out then all LEDs
3 = Green goes on
Applications
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Applications
Standard Installation
TOUCHLOCK compact will operate
from 12V a.c. or 12V d.c.
12V a.c.
1
ABC
3
BLACK
2
DEF
4
GHI
JKL
5
6
7
8
MNO PQR
ST
9
WX
WHITE
UV
12V d.c.
0
YZ
Green wires must be insulated
white lock wires will drive up to
500mA continuous
(750mA for up to 7 seconds)
Positive wire is identified
by being ribbed or striped.
Total load must not exceed PSU capacity.
240V a.c. From un-switched fused spur
If the correct code is typed in the release is powered and the door unlocks.
Duress alarm
TOUCHLOCK compact will operate
from 12V a.c. or 12V d.c.
Sounder / Bell
12V a.c.
1
ABC
3
BLACK
GHI
5
MNO
7
240V a.c. From un-switched fused spur
4
GREEN
JKL
6
PQR
8
ST
UV
9
0
WX
+12V d.c.
2
DEF
YZ
WHITE
+12V d.c.
Green output wires and
white lock wires drive up to
500mA continuous
(750mA for up to 7 seconds)
Positive wire is identified
by being ribbed or striped.
Total load must not exceed PSU.
Duress codes can be programmed into the keypad. When a duress code is entered the lock output will
activate for the door open time and the bell output will be activated for 30 seconds.
Applications
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Exit button
TOUCHLOCK compact will operate
from 12V a.c. or 12V d.c.
EXIT BUTTON
push to make
12V a.c.
1
ABC
3
BLACK
2
DEF
4
GHI
JKL
5
6
MNO
7
ST
9
WX
GREY
PQR
8
UV
0
WHITE
12V d.c.
YZ
Green wires must be insulated
white lock wires will drive up to
500mA continuous
(750mA for up to 7 seconds)
Positive wire is identified
by being ribbed or striped.
Total load must not exceed PSU capacity.
240V a.c. From un-switched fused spur
An internal push-to-make button can be used where electronic exit is required. When the button is pressed
the doors electric release is activated. Any number of exit buttons can be fitted.
Time clock
TOUCHLOCK compact will operate
from 12V a.c. or 12V d.c.
12V time clock with clean contacts. Note Paxton 5V d.c.
time clock will only work with Switch2 and Compact S/Steel
12V a.c.
1
ABC
3
BLACK
4
GHI
JKL
5
6
MNO
7
ST
9
WX
240V a.c. From un-switched fused spur
2
DEF
GREY
PQR
8
UV
0
WHITE
YZ
12V d.c.
Green wires must be insulated
white lock wires will drive up to
500mA continuous
(750mA for up to 7 seconds)
Positive wire is identified
by being ribbed or striped.
Total load must not exceed PSU capacity.
Where a door needs to be held open automatically a time clock can be wired into the keypad as shown
above. The voltage free contact outputs from the time clock would be connected to the grey wires of the
keypad. A standard central heating timer can be used.
Tech Help
Feel free to contact the Technical help line from 7:00am – 7:00pm on 0870 6080886
You can contact us by e-mail – support@paxton-access.co.uk.
Our web site address is http://www.paxton-access.co.uk
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Applications
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Specification
User codes ............................................................................................................................. up to 50 codes 4 to 8 digits
Keypad construction ................................................................................................................................. stainless steel
Keypad finish ............................................................................................................................................. stainless steel
Second (out) keypad can be added............................................................................................................................. No
Exit button .................................................................................................................................................................... Yes
Card plus code (Needs Switch2 405-321) ................................................................................................................. Yes
Sounder connection (for bell button) ........................................................................................................................ Yes
Duress code ................................................................................................................................................................. Yes
Lock out after 20 incorrect digits ........................................................................................................... programmable
Silent operation ............................................................................................................................................................ Yes
Door open time ........................................................................................................................................ 1 to 60 seconds
Fail open (fail safe) locks ............................................................................................................................................. Yes
Operates a relay ............................................................................................................................................................ No
Toggle code ................................................................................................................................................................... Yes
Water resistance ................................................................................................................................ IPX7 (submersible)
Operating temperature .......................................................................................................................... - 20 C to 70 C
Size of keypad ....................................................................................................................................... 130 x 75 x 19mm
Cable .................................................................................................................. Twin flex (black, white, grey & green)
Cable length supplied .................................................................................................................................................. 3m
Keypad life .......................................................................................................................................... >1,000,000 presses
Supply voltage ................................................................................................................................ 9V to 15V AC or DC
Continuous output current................................................................................................................................... 500mA
Output current up to 7 seconds ........................................................................................................................... 750mA
Output for sounder ............................................................................................................................................... 500mA
Quiescent current ......................................................................................................................................... 80 to 100mA
Specification
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