Schlage Outdoor Reader Installation Instructions

Schlage Outdoor Reader Installation Instructions
Outdoor Reader
70100-6101
Installation Instructions
TABLE OF CONTENTS
About the Outdoor Reader......................................................
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How the HandReader works........................................................
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UL Disclaimer...............................................................................
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Installation Instructions..........................................................
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Before you start the installation....................................................
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Installing the weather shield’s back panel and wall mount...........
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Running the wiring.......................................................................
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Mounting the reader.....................................................................
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Mounting the weather shield over the reader...............................
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OUTDOOR READER INSTALLATION
About the Outdoor Reader
The outdoor reader unit has two separate components:
• The case (called the weather shield) protects the reader
from bad weather.
• The HandReader is able to function in much colder weather
than regular readers when ordered with an internal heater
(INT-HTR).
How the HandReader and internal heater work
In cold weather, when one places a hand on the HandReader, a mist forms around the hand. This distorts the image so the reader doesn’t
recognize the hand. To prevent this problem, the HandReader can be ordered with an internal heater. To accommodate the heater in the platen,
the HandReader uses a 24 VDC, 2 amp power supply; this is different from the power supply for indoor readers.
UL Disclaimer
The reader is UL approved for indoor use only.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Before you start the installation
Before you start installing the reader and weather shield, pick an appropriate location for the reader. (See the reader manual for more information
about where to locate the reader in relation to the door.)
Also make sure that you are familiar with local building codes that affect this installation and that you have the appropriate tools and fasteners.
Tools you will need for the installation
a.
To install the reader, you need:
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b.
A level
A measuring tape
A Phillips screwdriver
A drill with ¼ and ½ inch bits
Materials you must provide
• wiring raceways approved by local code
• the appropriate fasteners to secure the reader to the wall
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Installing the weather shield’s back panel and wall mount
1.
Hold the weather shield’s back panel against the wall so the
top of it is 49.5 inches (126 cm) from the floor or ground.
When the installation is done, this will put the reader
platen 40 inches (roughly 102 cm) from the ground.
2.
Make sure the top of the back panel is level.
3.
Mark the location of the five screw holes (two on the top and
three on the bottom). Also mark the location of the wiring
hole if you plan to run the wiring straight through the wall.
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4.
If needed, drill holes for each of the holes that you marked.
The size of the holes and the method you use to fasten the weather shield’s back panel and wall mount to the wall depends on the
type of wall, on the fasteners you have, and on any local building code requirements.
• For wooden walls: You may need to drill pilot holes for your screws so you don’t split the wood.
• For hollow walls: You will probably want to use toggle bolts or some similar type of fastener designed for hollow walls. The size of the
holes you need depends on the fastener.
• For a solid wall (e.g., brick or masonry): It’s most common to use ¼ inch expansion anchors. Drill ¼ inch diameter holes that are ¼
inch deeper than the anchors.
5.
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Screw the weather shield’s back panel and the wall mount to the wall.
weather shield’s
back panel
Place the back panel of the
weather shield on the wall,
and then place the wall
mount on top of it so the
screw holes line up. (This
diagram shows the wall
mount without the foam for
detail purposes, but you
must keep the foam on the
wall mount for the reader to
seal properly.)
wall mount
There are two screws on the
top and three screws on the
bottom. Firmly tighten all
the screws.
6.
If you will use surface conduit to bring the wiring to the
reader, notch the side of the weather shield and reader
at the appropriate places. (Skip this step if your wiring will
come straight through the wall.)
To find the location for the hole in the weather shield,
put the case on the back panel and mark the location of
the conduit hole on the right side of the weather shield’s
back panel.
Make a notch in the
side of the case so
it lines up with the
hole for the conduit
in the side of the
weather shield’s
back panel.
The location for the hole is already marked on the reader
(on the left side if you are looking at it from the back).
Running the wiring
7.
Run the wiring for the reader, but don’t connect the wires to the green terminal connectors yet.
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Make sure that you follow all local electrical codes in bringing the wiring to the reader.
See the reader manual for wiring instructions.
See step 9 before you connect the green terminal connectors.
Make sure that you use an appropriate power supply. The HandReader with heated platen uses a 24 VDC, 2 amp power supply rather
than the 12± volt power supply that regular readers use.
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Mounting the reader
8.
Line up the slots at the bottom of the reader’s back with the four hinge pins at the bottom of the wall mount. Slide the reader to the left
so the pins go in the slots. This fastens the reader to the wall and wall mount and forms a hinge.
Wiring that comes through
the wall passes through this
slit.
These slots slide over these
pins, fastening the reader to
the wall mount and forming
a hinge.
If using surface conduit, all
wiring must pass through
this hole (see step 9).
9.
Connect the wiring and power to the reader.
If you are using surface conduit: Make sure all the
wires pass through this hole in the reader before you
connect the wires to the green terminal connectors. The
green terminal connectors won’t fit through this hole, and
the wires must pass through this hole so they don’t get
pinched when you close the case.
If the wiring will come through the back of the
reader: The wires enter directly into the wiring area
through the slit in the black foam. This is the easiest way
to do the wiring.
See the reader manual for instructions on which wires
must connect to which terminal pins.
Grounding
Screw
10. Put the key in the lock on the side of the reader, turn the key clockwise, close the reader, and then turn the key counterclockwise to
lock the reader.
Don’t try to shut the reader without using the key; this will bend the locking mechanism.
11. Test the reader to make sure it is wired and communicating correctly.
Do this prior to installing the weather shield; you can’t open the reader back up to adjust wiring or connections with the weather
shield in place.
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Mounting the weather shield over the reader
12. Place the weather shield over the reader. You must place the
bottom of the case on first and then push in the top.
The bottom of the case must go on first so the lip at the
bottom of the opening slips under the platen rather than
sliding in front of it.
Make sure the lip at the bottom of the opening in the
weather shield slips under the platen.
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13. Put a washer on each of the six screws.
14. Use the tool with two small prongs on the end to insert
the screws that hold the weather shield onto the weather
shield’s back plate.
This tool provided with the reader may be slightly
different than the key shown in this picture.
15. If needed, use the RTV sealant we provided to seal any places on the top or sides where water might get behind the weather shield.
The black pad on the back side of the weather shield’s back panel adequately seals the back on a flat wall, but on brick,
clapboards, or other surfaces that aren’t flat, use the sealant to fill any gaps.
Do NOT caulk the bottom of the case! In cool damp weather, moisture can condense inside the weather shield. Leaving the bottom
uncaulked lets any water droplets that form run out instead of collecting inside the case.
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70100-6101 Rev. 8/11-b
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