Functional description of PRxx2 series controllers

Functional description of PRxx2 series controllers
Roger Access Control System
Functional description of PRxx2 series controllers
Document version: Rev. G
This document refers to following products:
PR102DR, PR402DR, PR402DR-BRD, PR402-BRD, PR602LCD-DT, PR602LCD
PR612, PR622, PR312EM, PR312MF and PR302
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Contents:
I. General ...................................................................................................................... 4
1.1 Introduction.............................................................................................................................4
1.2 Design and architecture ...........................................................................................................4
1.3 Features of PRxx2 series controllers.........................................................................................7
II Functional description ............................................................................................... 8
2.1 Available scenarios of operation ...............................................................................................8
2.1.1 Standalone System .............................................................................................................8
2.1.2 Network System (with CPR unit) .........................................................................................9
2.2 Communication......................................................................................................................11
2.2.1 RS485 Interface................................................................................................................11
2.2.2 Controller address.............................................................................................................13
2.2.3 RACS CLK/DTA interface ...................................................................................................13
2.2.4 XM-2 I/O expander ...........................................................................................................14
2.2.5 XM-8 I/O expander ...........................................................................................................14
2.2.6 PSAM-1 power supply monitoring module .........................................................................14
2.2.7 HRT82FK function key panel .............................................................................................15
2.2.8 Wiegand/Magstripe interface readers ................................................................................15
2.2.9 Biometric readers..............................................................................................................16
2.2.10 Long range proximity readers .........................................................................................16
2.3 Users .....................................................................................................................................16
2.4 Identification Modes ..............................................................................................................17
2.5 Door Modes ...........................................................................................................................17
2.6 Armed/Disarmed Modes.........................................................................................................18
2.7 Access Rights ........................................................................................................................19
2.8 Facility Code ..........................................................................................................................21
2.9 Door Alarms ..........................................................................................................................21
2.10 System Flags (Timers) .........................................................................................................22
2.11 Anti-passback ......................................................................................................................24
2.12 Alarm Zones ........................................................................................................................27
2.13 Inputs..................................................................................................................................28
2.14 Outputs ...............................................................................................................................33
2.15 Function keys ......................................................................................................................38
2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions ......................................................................................40
2.17 Special options ....................................................................................................................43
2.17.1 Two User Mode...............................................................................................................43
2.17.2 Conditional Access ..........................................................................................................43
2.17.3 High Security Mode.........................................................................................................44
2.18 Keypad Commands ..............................................................................................................45
2.19 Time and Attendance (T&A) ................................................................................................48
2.19.1 Time&Attendance based on Attendance Areas within PR Master software .......................48
2.19.2 Time&Attendance based on RCP Master software ...........................................................48
2.20 Login limits ..........................................................................................................................51
III. Programming ........................................................................................................ 53
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
General tab ...........................................................................................................................54
Terminal ID1 tab ...................................................................................................................54
Terminal ID0 tab ...................................................................................................................56
Access tab .............................................................................................................................57
Arming tab ............................................................................................................................59
Options tab............................................................................................................................62
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3.7 Advanced tab ........................................................................................................................66
3.8 APB tab .................................................................................................................................69
3.9 Timers tab .............................................................................................................................70
3.10 Keypad commands tab ........................................................................................................71
3.11 Input IN1…IN8 tabs .............................................................................................................72
3.12 Output IO1…IO2 tabs ..........................................................................................................73
3.13 Output REL1…REL2 tabs ......................................................................................................74
3.14 XM-2 Inputs tab...................................................................................................................75
3.15 XM-2 Outputs tab ................................................................................................................76
3.16 F1…F4 keys tabs..................................................................................................................77
3.17 HRT82FK tabs ......................................................................................................................78
Typing conventions
Functions, options and commands
bold letter
Examples
italics letters
Specific names related to RACS 4 system
with first capital letter
STATUS, FLAG OR TIMER
capital letters
Notes
separated with two lines (upper, lower)
from the standard text
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I. GENERAL
1.1 Introduction
This document applies to PRxx2 series advanced controllers i.e. devices with built-in EM125kHz
reader (PR602LCD, PR612, PR622, PR312EM and PR302), with built-in MIFARE® reader
(PR312MF), with both built-in EM125kHz/MIFARE readers (PR602LCD-DT) as well as devices
without built-in reader for installation inside metal box preferably in some distance from door
(PR102DR, PR402-BRD, PR402DR, PR402DR-BRD). PR402-BRD controller is discontinued and it is
replaced by PR402DR controller which is available both in plastic enclosure for installation on DIN
35mm rail (PR402DR) or as electronic module (PR402DR-BRD). There are also available both
versions of PR402DR controller adapted to only 12VDC power supply. The name PR402 applies to
all possible models of this controller while the name PR402DR applies to the latest versions.
PR102DR controller was developed on the basis of popular PR402DR controller as cost effective
solution with simplified hardware. PR102DR controller similarly to PR402DR controller is available
both in plastic enclosure for installation on DIN 35mm rail (PR102DR) or as electronic module
(PR102DR-BRD). In the present document the name PR102DR applies to all versions of the
controller. PR602LCD-DT controller replaces discontinued PR602LCD controller.
This manual describes functions and options of PRxx2 series controllers which can be configured by
means of PR Master software. The document includes information on architecture, communication
and operation modes. Information which is useful in installation is provided in installation guides for
particular controller while comprehensive information on PR Master software is available in its
manual (including Schedules, Access Groups, Access Zones, Online Monitoring, Event history, etc.).
1.2 Design and architecture
The PRxx2 series controllers are single door access controllers for read in/out door control. Each
PRxx2 controller can work with two logical access points (readers) called respectively: Terminal ID0
and Terminal ID1. PR602LCD, PR612, PR622, PR312EM, PR312MF and PR302 controllers are
equipped with built-in reader which is logically treated as Terminal ID1. The PR402 and PR102DR
controllers are not equipped with any built-in reader but they can work with two external readers.
Generally, the PRxx2 controllers are designed to operate with PRT series readers (from Roger)
configured to RACS CLK/DTA format or with Wiegand 26-66bit or Magstripe formats. The
PR602LCD-DT controller which is equipped with keypad and LCD, is also recommended as
Time&Attendance terminal – see 2.19.2 Time&Attendance based on RCP Master software.
PRxx2 series controllers contrary to PRxx1 series controllers are equipped with built in memory for
event storing and with real time clock (RTC). It means that in case of PRxx2 controllers it is not
required to use CPR series network controller in order to ensure time based functions and event
recording. The memory buffer in controllers can store up to 32000 events. CPR series network
controllers are necessary to ensure such global functions as Global APB or Alarm Zones. (see 2.11
Anti-passback and 2.12 Alarm Zones). Additionally CPR32-NET unit enables integration with intruder
alarm panels of INTEGRA (SATEL) series and wireless door locks of SALLIS (SALTO) and APERIO
(ASSA ABLOY) systems, it performs the role of Ethernet-RS485 interface, enables operation with
event buffer on external memory card (30 million events), enables synchronization with NTP server
and encrypts communication by means of AES128 CBC standard.
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Fig. 1 General structure of controllers and readers
PRxx2 controller can operate with up to 4000 users. Each user has its own ID number and may
have proximity card and/or PIN. Controller’s firmware can be upgraded on-site by means of RS485
serial interface and what is important the firmware upgrade process does not require unit to be
removed from its original place of installation. PRxx2 controllers can operate fully autonomously
(Offline and Online Standalone System) or in the Network System with or without CPR32SE/CPR32-NET network controller. PRxx2 controllers must be programmed from PC. Contrary to
PRxx1 series controllers, PRxx2 controllers cannot be programmed manually but some commands
can be entered manually from keypad. These commands are rather used for device control and not
programming (see 2.18 Keypad Commands). Remote programming must be done by means of PC
with PR Master software (Roger).
The communication with single controller or management of the whole access control system
requires CPR32-NET network controller or dedicated interface device e.g.:




UT-4 or UT-4DR (RS485 <-> Ethernet)
UT-2USB or RCI-2 (USB <-> RS485)
UT-2 (RS-232 <-> RS485)
RUD-1 (USB <-> RS485)
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Table 1. List of PRxx2 series controllers
Controller
Power
supply
NO/NC
inputs
Transistor Relay outputs Built-in
outputs
reader
PR402DR/
PR402DR-BRD
12VDC,
24VDC,
18VAC
8
2
PR402DR-12VDC/
12VDC
PR402DR-BRD-12VDC
External
readers
Built-in keypad Other
2 x PRT,
Wiegand or
Magstripe
-
- in DIN35 mm enclosure (PR402DR) or as electronic module
(PR402DR-BRD),
- built-in 1.2A/12VDC power supply unit,
- direct connection of backup battery enabled
as above
as above
as above
as above
1 x 1.5A/30V, 1 x 5A/30VDC
and also
5A/230VAC
as above as above as above
PR402-BRD
12VDC,
18VAC
4
as above 2 x 5A/30VDC as above
and also
5A/230VAC
as above
as above
- electronic module,
- built-in 1.2A/12VDC power supply unit,
- direct connection of backup battery enabled.
PR102DR/
PR102DR-BRD
12VDC
2
1
1 x 1.5A/30V
-
2 x PRT
-
- in DIN35 mm enclosure (PR102DR) or as electronic module
(PR102DR-BRD).
PR602LCD-DT
12VDC
3
2
1 x 1.5A/30V
EM125kHz i
MIFARE
1 x PRT,
Wiegand or
Magstripe
keypad with 4 - outdoor and indoor versions available,
function keys - LCD.
PR602LCD
as above as above as above as above
EM125kHz
as above
as above
as above
PR612
12VDC
3
2
1 x 1.5A/30V
EM125kHz
1 x PRT
+
- outdoor version,
- screw terminals.
PR622
12VDC
3
2
1 x 1.5A/30V
EM125kHz
1 x PRT
-
as above
PR312EM
12VDC
3
2
1 x 1.5A/30V
EM125kHz
1 x PRT
keypad with 2 - outdoor version,
function keys - connection cable,
- version without keypad available.
PR312MF
as above as above as above as above
MIFARE
as above
as above
as above
PR302
12VDC
EM125kHz
1 x PRT or
Wiegand
+
- outdoor version,
- screw terminals,
- possible refitting to version without keypad.
3
2
1 x 1.5A/30V
1.3 Features of PRxx2 series controllers
Features of PRxx2 series controllers:
 Single door, read in/out access control
 Connection of PRT series readers (Roger)
 Connection of Magstripe or Wiegand third party readers (PR402, PR602LCD-DT, PR602LCD and
PR302)
 Operation in Standalone or Network systems
 Real Time Clock with a battery back-up
 Programmable inputs/outputs
 DIN RAIL 35mm enclosure (only PR402DR and PR102DR)
 Elevator access control (max. 32 floors, XM-8 expander required)
 Support for XM-2 I/O expander
 Firmware upgrade through RS485 serial port
 Communication with controllers by RS485 bus
 Management through LAN/WAN (CPR32-NET, UT-4DR or UT-4 required)
 PR Master management and monitoring software (Windows XP/Vista/7/8)
 Integration with alarm systems via I/O lines and Alarm Zones
 Integration with CCTV systems
 User identification by means of proximity card or PIN
 32000 event buffer (FIFO)
 4000 users
 250 Access Groups
 99 General Purpose Schedules
 128 time periods within single Schedule
 4 Holiday Schedules (H1-H4)
 Programmable validity time for user proximity card or PIN
 Programmable user login limits (not renewable and renewable)
 Two User Mode (two users required to open door)
 Conditional Access (access allowed when authorized user present)
 High Security Mode (identification on both readers required)
 View Map, Evacuation Monitor, Access Point Monitor (in Online Monitoring)
 Random user inspection
 Local Anti-passback (single door)
 Global Anti-passback (multiple doors, CPR32-SE or CPR32-NET required)
 Time&Attendance registration
 CE mark
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II FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
2.1 Available scenarios of operation
2.1.1 Standalone System
In standalone mode access controllers operate autonomously and they do not exchange
information with other devices in the system. In this mode events are stored in the internal memory
buffer of the access controller. All time related functions are controlled by internal clock circuit
which is equipped with a battery back-up. Connection to RS485 communication bus is required only
for uploading the configuration to the controller and downloading events from the controller. It is
not necessary to maintain permanent connection with PC (PR Master software) but such connection
can be ensured in order to facilitate further servicing. No global functions (Global APB, Alarm
Zones) are available in Standalone system. Offline Standalone System consists of individual
controllers which are not connected RS485 communication bus. They must be configured separately
by means of temporary connection through communication interface device (e.g. RUD-1). Online
Standalone System is based on permanent connection of all controllers to RS485 bus in order to
facilitate their programming and event downloading. Such system is not recognized as Network
System because RS485 bus in such case is used only for management of standalone controllers.
Note: PRxx2 series controller cannot be programmed manually by means of keypad, therefore it is
recommended to configure its ID address before installation in the building. The connection to a PC
requires an adequate interface device (e.g. RUD-1, UT-2USB, UT-4DR) or CPR32-NET. Factory
default address of the controller is ID=0 and devices connected to RS485 bus must have different
addresses in range of 00..99 or communication conflict occurs (see 2.2.2 Controller address).
Fig. 2 Standalone system (Offline)
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Fig. 3 Standalone System (Online)
2.1.2 Network System (with CPR unit)
Whenever an access control system is equipped with RS485 communication bus and it is used for
data transmission between various devices connected to the bus, then such system is Network
System and is called Integrated Access Control System (IACS). In the RACS 4 system the presence
of a CPR32-SE or CPR32-NET unit makes the system IACS type. It is recommended to use Network
System in particular when global functions such as Global APB or Alarm Zones are required or new
features offered by CPR32-NET are required.
Note: The presence of communication bus does not imply that particular access control system is
IACS type. If communication bus is used only for controller programming and event downloading
then such system is called Online Standalone system.
In case of PRxx2 series controllers CPR32-SE and CPR32-NET offer following functionalities:




Events are not stored in controller memory buffers but in CPR memory buffer (250 000 events)
Global APB (see 2.11 Anti-passback),
Alarm Zones (see 2.12 Alarm Zones),
Controller’s date/time synchronization by the CPR internal clock
Additionally, CPR32-NET offers:
 Software integrations with INTEGRA (SATEL) alarm system and SALLIS (SALTO) wireless door
locks or APERIO (ASSA ABLOY) wireless door locks
 Built-in Ethernet-RS485 communication interface
 Event buffer on optional AX-9 memory card (33 million events)
 Communication encrypted with AES128 CBC standard
 Clock synchronization with NTP servers
In case of CPR failure the system automatically switches to online standalone mode and all
controllers operate in this mode till communication with CPR is restored. In case of such failure the
system is still operating properly i.e. users and their access rights are maintained, controllers open
doors properly and events are recorded in controller buffers.
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Fig. 4 Network System (with CPR unit)
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Fig. 5 Example of RACS 4 architecture in Network System
Following rules are valid for RACS 4 system shown in figure 5:
 The maximal number of subsystem connected to PC cannot exceed 250 and the maximal
number of access controllers within the subsystem cannot exceed 32 units,
 Each subsystem must be connected to PC by individual communication interface device (number
of USB ports can be increased by means of USB hub and in case of Ethernet a switch or router
can be used),
 All access controllers are single door controllers for read in/out door control and external
readers can be connected to the controllers,
 CPR units are optional devices and they enhance functionality of RACS 4 system,
 PC with PR Master software does not have to be switched on or connected all the time in order
to ensure operation of access control system. It is necessary only if the administrator requires
monitoring of event and alarms and wants to supervise the system,
 All cable connections to access control devices can be made by means of unshielded twisted
pair (UTP cat. 5) or any other signal cables.
2.2 Communication
2.2.1 RS485 Interface
PRxx2 controllers are equipped with RS485 communication interface. The interface can be used for
communication and programming. Controller connected to RS485 bus must their addresses
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configured in range of 00..99. The communication bus may accommodate up to 32 access
controllers and single CPR unit which does not require address setting.
The RACS 4 system communication bus topology is fairly flexible. Tree-like structures as well as
star-like topologies are allowed while loop topology is forbidden (see fig. 6). Any signal cables can
be used for RS485 communication bus, however unshielded twisted-pair (U/UTP cat. 5) is
recommended. Terminating resistors at either end of the communication bus are not required.
Shielded cables can be used if strong electromagnetic interferences are expected in the area.
Maximum cable lengths in the RACS 4 system are as follows::
 between any controller and CPR32-NET unit: 1200m,
 between any controller and communication interface device: 1200m,
 between CPR32-SE and communication interface device: 1200m.
Fig. 6 Possible topologies of RS485 bus connections
Note: All devices connected to RS485 bus must have the same ground potential, and this condition
is clearly satisfied if all devices are supplied from the same power supply unit. If more than one
power supply unit is used, then negative DC terminals of each power supply unit need to be
connected with each other by means of additional wire (could be standard signal wire). If such
connection is not feasible for any reasons, negative DC output of each power supply unit should be
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earthed separately, however, the difference of earth potential across all units cannot exceed +/-2V.
DO NOT short-circuit positive terminals of built-in power supply units (PR402).
The structure with RS485 communication bus, access controllers and CPR unit is called the Access
Control Network or simply Network (or Subsystem). Each Network in the RACS 4 system must be
connected to PC via a separate communication port. It can be the standard COM Port, Virtual COM
Port (VCP) or Ethernet port. VCP is available in such communication interfaces as RUD-1 or UT2USB while Ethernet port is available in UT-4, CPR32-NET and UT-4DR.
Each type of PRxx2 controller can manage single door in read in or read in/out mode. Presently,
RACS 4 permits integration of up to 250 Networks (Subsystems), each including up to 32 controllers
(but maximal number of controllers equals to 1000). PC with PR Master software communicates
with each Network by means of separate communication port which means that it is possible to
integrate Networks connected to PC by means of following interfaces: RS232, USB, Ethernet and
Wi-Fi, thus creating one access control system.
Note: All mentioned communication interfaces can be used not only for controller programming but
also for the management of entire access control system, depending on applied scenario (see 2.1
Available scenarios of operation). In case of on-site programming, RUD-1 interface device is
recommended as it provides built-in 12VDC output.
2.2.2 Controller address
Every controller connected to RACS 4 system communication bus (RS485) must have its own
address in range of 00-99. Default address is ID=00 and can be modified either remotely using PR
Master software (Roger), manually during reset (see Installation Guide of particular controller), by
means of jumpers (PR402DR, PR102DR) or by assigning “FixedID” to the controller. The last option
is particularly useful if there is a risk that someone will accidently change controller address causing
disruption of the whole system. The fixed address can be set, changed or cleared only by means of
RogerISP software during firmware upgrade procedure.
PR402DR and PR102DR controllers offer the option to set address by means of programming
jumpers. The whole range of possible address is 0..127. If controller address is set in range of 0-99
then it cannot be changed by any other method. For details regarding various address settings refer
to the relevant Installation Guide.
2.2.3 RACS CLK/DTA interface
Besides the RS485 communication bus, PRxx2 controllers feature also RACS CLK/DTA interface
which is used for connection of Roger peripheral devices. Following devices can be connected to
the RACS CLK/DTA bus:








primary reader (Terminal ID0, address ID=0),
secondary reader (Terminal ID1, address ID=1),
auxiliary reader at Terminal ID0, address ID=2 – see 2.17.3 High Security,
auxiliary reader at Terminal ID1, address ID=3 - see 2.17.3 High Security,
XM-2 I/O expander, address ID=5 – see 2.2.4 XM-2 I/O expander,
XM-8 I/O expander, address range ID=8…11 – see 2.2.5 XM-8 I/O expander,
PSAM-1 module, address ID=4 – see 2.2.6 PSAM-1 power supply monitoring module
HRT82FK function key panel, address ID=12 – see 2.2.7 HRT82FK function key panel
For CLK/DTA lines any type of signal cable can be used. There is no need to use shielded cables
and usually U/UTP cat. 5 is applied. The maximum cable length between controller and external
reader and/or XM expander is limited to 150m. Similarly as in case of RS485 bus, all devices
connected to CLK/DTA line should have common negative supply terminals. Such condition is
usually satisfied because devices connected to CLK/DTA line are usually directly supplied from
controller (PR402). Otherwise negative terminal of each reader must be connected to respective
controller’s GND or COM terminals.
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Fig. 7 RACS CLK/DTA interface
2.2.4 XM-2 I/O expander
PRxx2 series controller can operate with single XM-2 I/O expander. This expander offers two
NO/NC inputs and two relay outputs. Both inputs and outputs of XM-2 can be programmed in the
same way as inputs/outputs of the controller. The XM-2 can be used to extend number of available
inputs/outputs and/or separate relay output from terminal. Such separation may be beneficial in
case of PR602LCD-DT, PR602LCD, PR612, PR622, PR312EM, PR312MF and PR302 controllers as
they are installed near the door and can suffer from intrusion. The XM-2 expander connected to
controller must be configured with address ID=5. Digital communication between controller and
XM-2 expander is performed by means of RACS CLK/DTA bus. For more information on XM-2
module refer to its Installation Guide which is available at www.roger.pl.
2.2.5 XM-8 I/O expander
PRxx2 series controller can operate with up to four XM-8 I/O expanders in address range ID=8…11.
The XM-8 expander is used in elevator access control. It offers 8 relay outputs at each XM-8
expander and in case of four XM-8 it can control up to 32 floors in the building. Digital
communication between controller and XM-8 expander is performed by means of RACS CLK/DTA
bus. For more information on XM-8 expander refer to its Installation Guide which is available at
www.roger.pl.
2.2.6 PSAM-1 power supply monitoring module
PRxx2 series controller can operate with single PSAM-1 module (address ID=4). The module can be
optionally used with PS10, PS20 and PS15v24 power supply units from Roger or with any third
party units. The PSAM-1 module can operate in standalone or network mode. In standalone mode,
alarm signals are available at the module output lines. In network mode, digital communication
between controller and PSAM-1 is performed by means of RACS CLK/DTA bus. In standalone mode,
the module can operate with all PRxx1 and PRxx2 series controllers. In network mode it can
operate only with PRxx2 series controllers. The PSAM-1 module can monitor and alarm following
states:
 Low backup battery
 Backup battery failure
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 No 230VAC voltage
 Actual voltage level at power supply unit output (in network mode only)
For more information on PSAM-1 module refer to its Installation Guide which is available at
www.roger.pl.
2.2.7 HRT82FK function key panel
Prxx2 series controller can operate with single HRT82FK touch key panel (address ID=12). The
panel is optional device offering additional four function keys. Each key can be assigned two
functions which are activated by short and long pressing of the button. List of available functions is
specified in table 9 (see 2.15 Function keys). LED indicators at the panel can also be assigned
functions. In practical applications, indicator is assigned the function associated with the function of
key in order to signal that the key was used and adequate function or state was activated. In order
to use the panel it must be enabled and configured with PR Master software see - 3.17 HRT82FK
tabs. Digital communication between controller and HRT82FK panel is performed by means of RACS
CLK/DTA bus. For more information on HRT82FK panel refer to its Installation Guide which is
available at www.roger.pl.
2.2.8 Wiegand/Magstripe interface readers
Some of PRxx2 series controllers can operate not only with PRT series readers but also with
Wiegand and Magstripe third party readers (see table 1). Details on such connection are specified
in Installation Guide of particular controller. The communication is performed by means of
controller input lines (PR402DR) or by means of RACS CLK/DTA interface (PR402-BRD, PR602LCDDT, PR602LCD).
In order to use Wiegand/Magstripe readers it is necessary to configure the controller by means of
PR Master software i.e. select the controller in the main window of PR Master software in order to
display controller properties and then in Terminal ID0 tab and/or Terminal ID1 tab (see 3.2
Terminal ID1 tab) select the adequate communication interface from the list allowing for:
 Electric standard,
 Transmitted data type,
 Data coding method.
The electric standard corresponds to electric characteristics of signal used in communication
between controller and reader. Prxx2 series controllers use following electric standards:
 Wiegand,
 Magstripe (ABA Track II Emulation),
 RACS CLK/DTA (Roger).
Note: The negative power supply terminals of all devices connected to CLK/DTA line (incl. readers)
should be connected together.
The PRxx2 series controllers are compatible with Wiegand formats varying from 26 up to 66 bytes
with or without parity bytes. It is not necessary for the administrator to select number of bits as
controllers recognize the reader bit stream length and adjust accordingly.
The data type parameter determines data transmitted by a reader i.e.:




Card or PIN,
Only Card,
Only PIN,
User ID.
In case of Card or PIN the controller attempts to recognize the source of the signal transmitted by
the reader and interprets the data accordingly. In the remaining cases it is always interpreted
according to particular controller settings (card, PIN, user ID).
The coding system setting determines digit/number coding. The following coding systems may be
used:
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 BIN, i.e. binary format,
 HEX, i.e. hexadecimal format,
 BCD, i.e. binary coded decimal format.
2.2.9 Biometric readers
All PRxx2 series controllers can operate with RFT1000 fingerprint reader. The communication
between controller and RFT1000 is performed by means of RACS CLK/DTA or Wiegand interface
while the communication between computer and RFT1000 is performed by means of Ethernet or
RS485.
For more information on RFT1000 fingerprint reader with built-in Mifare reader refer to RFT1000
manuals which are available at www.roger.pl.
2.2.10 Long range proximity readers
Some of PRxx2 series controllers can operate with GP60 and GP90 long range proximity readers
offered by Roger. The communication of controller with these readers is performed by means of
Magstripe interface (recommended) or Wiegand interface. The configuration of controller by means
of PR Master software is necessary. The administrator must select the controller in the main
window of PR Master software in order to display controller properties and then in Terminal ID0
tab and/or Terminal ID1 tab (see 3.2 Terminal ID1 tab) select the function [31]: Magstripe
reader, card only or[04]: Wiegand 26...66 bit reader, card only. If two long range
readers are connected to single controller then it is necessary to use PR-GP interface device
(Roger).
For more information on GP60 and GP90 long range proximity readers refer to their Installation
Guides which are available at www.roger.pl.
2.3 Users
Access control users
Up to 4000 users can be stored in PRxx2 series controllers. Every user within the system can be
identified according to its unique ID (ID=0000-3999) as well as assigned proximity card and/or PIN
(3 to 6 digits). Upon entering PIN at the keypad of controller or PRT series reader operating with
RACS CLK/DTA interface it is necessary to conclude the PIN with [#] key. In case of
Wiegand/Magstripe different methods of PIN entering are accepted e.g. without [#] at the end or
based on immediate transmission of every digit.
Users can be assigned to 4 classes: NORMAL, SWITCHER FULL, SWITCHER LIMITED and MASTER.
Moreover, NORMAL users with ID above 1000 can be assigned the Local SWITCHER attribute and
be able to arm/disarm particular controller (see 3.5 Arming tab). Each type of user features
different rights in regard of programming and arming/disarming.
Table 2. User types
Name
ID range
Description
MASTER
000
Door opening and arming/disarming rights. MASTER user can be
defined within Memory Reset procedure or by means of PR Master
software. The MASTER user identifier (card or PIN) can be used for
simple controller testing during installation i.e. relay output
activation (which corresponds to door opening) and controller
arming/disarming. In order to arm/disarm a controller it is
necessary to use card or PIN twice. The MASTER user is by default
assigned to No Group, thus he has access rights in the whole
access control system regardless of any Schedule (unless it is
limited by other special options).
SWITCHER
Full
ID=001-049
Door opening and arming/disarming rights. In order to arm/disarm
a controller it is necessary to use card or PIN twice.
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Limited
NORMAL
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ID=050-099
Only arming/disarming rights. In order to arm/disarm a controller
it is necessary to use card or PIN once.
ID=100-999
Only door opening rights. The NORMAL users with ID above 1000
can be assigned Local SWITCHER attribute. In such case the user
can arm/disarm particular controller. Contrary to Full and Limited
SWITCHERS the Local SWITCHER attribute is assigned to particular
user at particular controller. In order to arm/disarm a controller it is
necessary to use card or PIN twice.
Access Groups
Access control users can be assigned to following groups: No Group, No Access Group or group
defined by administrator of RACS 4. The first ones are default groups and the latter can be defined
by means of the option Groups in the main window of PR Master software. The maximum number
of user groups in PRxx2 controllers equals to 250. The access group membership determines user
access rights within a given access control system. All users assigned to particular user group share
the same access rights. It is possible and sometimes even required to specify group with single
user. All users within specific Group have right to access particular Access Zones according to
specified Schedule. Users belonging to No Group are given unlimited 24h/7d access to all Access
Zones while users assigned to No Access Group cannot open any door.
Note: In the RACS 4 system particular user may belong only to single Access Group.
2.4 Identification Modes
Following Identification Modes are available for the purpose of user identification:
Table 3: Identification Modes
Mode
Description
Card or PIN
Controller requires card or PIN
Card and PIN
Controller requires card and PIN
Card Only
Controller requires card only, PINs are not accepted
PIN Only
Controller requires PIN only, cards are not accepted
Identification Modes are specified individually for both sides of door. Unless modified by
administrator, the controller applies default Identification Mode (i.e. Card or PIN). Identification
Modes apply to all users at particular controller/reader and they can be activated or switched by:
 Schedule – Schedule option in the main window of PR Master software and Terminal ID0
tab and/or Terminal ID1 tab (see 3.2 Terminal ID1 tab) within properties of particular
controller
 Input line – see 2.13 Inputs
 Function key – see 2.15 Function keys
 Keypad Command from controller keypad or PRT reader keypad – see 2.18 Keypad Commands
2.5 Door Modes
Door Modes determine rules for locking/unlocking of access controlled doors. Following Door Modes
are available in RACS 4 system:
Table 4: Door Modes
Mode
Description
Normal
Normally the door is locked and opened only for the time of granted
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Unlocked
The door is unlocked permanently. No identification is required to enter
or exit.
Conditionally Unlocked
Initially, the door is in the Normal Mode. As soon as the first user is
granted an access, the controller switches to the Unlocked Mode.
Locked
The door is locked permanently for all users regardless of their access
rights.
Default mode is always the Normal Mode. Door Modes can be activated or changed by:
 Schedule – Schedule option in the main window of PR Master software and Access tab (see
3.4 Access tab) within properties of particular controller
 Input line – see 2.13 Inputs
 Function key – see 2.15 Function keys
 Keypad Command from controller keypad or PRT reader keypad – see 2.18 Keypad Commands
 Remote command from PR Master software – options can be selected from the list by right
clicking particular controller in the main window of PR Master software
2.6 Armed/Disarmed Modes
The concept of Armed/Disarmed Modes
PRxx2 controllers feature two arming modes: Armed and Disarmed. The current mode of controller
is always displayed by means of bicolour
STATUS LED. The red colour refers to Armed Mode
while the green colour refers to Disarmed Mode. Both modes are also displayed at PRT series
reader, if it is connected to PRxx2 series controller.
Armed and Disarmed Modes can be switched by means of:
 User identifier i.e. proximity card or PIN, see 2.3 Users,
 Schedule - Schedule option in the main window of PR Master software and Arming tab (see
3.5 Arming tab) within properties of particular controller,
 Input line - see 2.13 Inputs,
 Function key - see 2.15 Function keys,
 Keypad Command from controller keypad or PRT reader keypad – see 2.18 Keypad Commands,
 Remotely from CPR network unit – Alarm Zones logic, see 2.12 Alarm Zones,
 Remote command from PR Master software - options can be selected from the list by right
clicking particular controller in the main window of PR Master software.
All arming/disarming methods can be used concurrently i.e. all methods have the same level of
priority. The only exception is the input line with the function [03]: Arm/Disarm switch
(momentary). When the input function is assigned to the controller then all other methods for
arming/disarming are ignored by the controller.
The purpose of Armed/Disarmed Modes in RACS 4 system is to provide:
 additional level of access control,
 integration with intrusion alarm systems.
The additional access control level can be achieved if the option Access disabled when
controller armed (see 3.4 Access tab) is selected. When the option is inactive the user with
adequate access rights can get access regardless of current Armed/Disarmed Mode. When the
option is active then it is necessary to disarm the controller prior to use of authorized identifier
(proximity card, PIN). Regardless of the option, if the controller is disarmed only user with
adequate access right can get the access. By default the option is switched off.
Input and output lines of the controller are used in the integration of RACS 4 with intrusion alarm
system. Alarm Zones are also useful in such integration (see 2.12 Alarm Zones).
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Manual arming/disarming by user
PRxx2 series controller can be armed/disarmed by means of identifier (proximity card, PIN)
assigned to following user types: MASTER, SWITCHER Full, SWITCHER Limited and NORMAL with
Local Switcher attribute (see 2.3 Users).
Arming/disarming procedure for SWITCHER Full, MASTER and NORMAL with Local SWITCHER
attribute:
 Swipe the card and/or enter PIN (depending on current Identification Mode - see 2.4
Identification Modes),
 Wait till LED SYSTEM
blinks,
 When the LED SYSTEM
blinks use identifier once more (proximity card, PIN). In case of Card
and PIN Identification Mode, in this step use only one identifier (proximity card or PIN).
In case of Switcher Limited user it is enough to use identifier (proximity card, PIN) once.
Arming/disarming by Schedule
The controller can change its Armed/Disarmed Mode according to Arming/Disarming Schedule (i.e.
General Purpose Schedule defined by administrator). Arming/Disarming Schedule operates
according to following rules: in time specified by From... parameter the controller switches to
Disarmed Mode while in time specified by To... parameter it switches to Armed Mode. The
controller shall not switch to Armed Mode if input line with function [13]: Arming disabled is
active. All schedules in RACS 4 system are defined by means of Schedules option in the main
window of PR Master software.
Arming/disarming can be based on the Schedule assigned to particular Alarm Zone (affecting
controllers assigned to that Alarm Zone) or on the Schedule assigned to particular controller. If the
administrator selects Never schedule then the controller shall be armed after controller settings
upload or reset. If the administrator selects Always schedule then the controller shall be disarmed
after controller settings upload or reset. Both built-in schedules can be easily overridden by any
method used for arming/disarming.
Note: The selection of schedule for arming/disarming does not mean that controller monitors and
controls if it is actual Armed/Disarmed Mode conforms to the schedule. The schedule only specifies
time when Armed/Disarmed Mode is automatically switched. If the administrator requires the
controller to maintain Armed Mode (auto-arming) within specified time period then it is necessary
to use following option: Automatically restore Armed Mode after time (see 3.5 Arming
tab).
The moment of auto-arming can be delayed by means of following methods:




Function key – see 2.15 Function keys,
Input line – see 2.13 Inputs,
Keypad Command from controller keypad or PRT reader keypad – see 2.18 Keypad Commands,
When access is granted.
Delay for auto-arming can be defined by administrator in range of 5 to 99 minutes. It is also
possible to specify warning before auto-arming in range of 1 to 99 minutes. The warning is an
acoustic signal generated by controller/reader.
For more information on auto-arming and acoustic warning refer to description of PR Master
options – see 3.5 Arming tab.
2.7 Access Rights
In order to define access rights in RACS 4 system it is necessary to specify who, where and when
can be granted the access. It is recommended to use following procedure in order to define access
rights in RACS 4 system:
 Specify Access Groups by means of Access Groups option in the main window of PR Master
software,
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 Add or import users and assign them to User Groups by means of Users option in the main
window of PR Master software,
 Specify Access Zones by means of Access Zones option in the main window of PR Master
software,
 In the properties of controllers assign Terminal ID0 or Terminal ID1 (readers) (see 3.2 Terminal
ID1 tab) as entrance to previously specified Access Zone,
 Specify Schedules by means of Schedules options in the main window of PR Master software
(see also 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions),
 Select the option Access Groups in the main window of PR Master software, edit particular
Group and assign Schedules to Access Zones in order to define access rights,
 Use Access Map option in the main window of PR Master software in order to verify previous
settings,
 Optionally define additional access control mechanisms (e.g. Door Modes, input lines for exit
buttons, APB zones, etc.)
The controller in RACS 4 system grants the access according to following procedure:
 User identification (proximity card, PIN),
 Determining to which User Group particular user belongs,
 Determining if particular User Group has access rights at particular controller/reader in particular
moment,
 Verification of additional access control mechanisms (APB, Special options, Door Mode, etc.),
 Access granted or access denied decision,
 Door unclocking
Note: In RACS 4 system in order to define access rights it is necessary to specify who, where and
when can be granted the access. User assigned to No Access Group cannot open any door while
user assign to No Group can open all doors 24h/7d.
Controller denies access under the following circumstances:
 Unknown user,
 Incomplete identification e.g. correct PIN is entered but user is expected also to use proximity
card when Card and Pin Identification Mode is selected for the reader.
 User is SWITCHER Limited type,
 User cannot enter particular Access Zone because of Schedule,
 Controller is armed and the option: Access disabled when controller armed is on
 Input line of the controller with the function [11]: Access disabled is activated.
Note: If user is unknown at the controller, long beep type acoustic signal is generated upon
identification (proximity card, PIN). If the user is known but currently has no access rights then two
long acoustic signals are generated.
Whenever controller grants the access, it activates LED OPEN
controller relay output connected to door lock is activated.
. The LED remains lit as long as
Door lock control
Following parameters related to door opening/closing can be configured by means of PR Master
software (see 3.4 Access tab):
 Door Unlock Time (time of door strike release),
 Door Unlock delay (delay of door strike release),
 Door Open Timeout (when the time elapses and door is still opened, the DOOR AJAR alarm is
raised – see 2.9 Door Alarms. It is necessary to install door contact and connect it to controller
in order to use this option).
Optionally, the door can be controlled in latch mode i.e. door lock is released infinitely i.e. until the
next access granting.
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Typically, there are four methods for the door lock control:




applying voltage for the lock (e.g. door strike),
disconnecting voltage from lock (e.g. magnetic lock or fail-safe door strike),
applying electric pulse (e.g. barrier, turnstile),
triggering servomotor
The PRxx2 series controller can operate the lock by means of following functions which are usually
assigned to controller relay outputs REL1 and/or REL2:
 [97]:Door lock (term. ID0)
 [98]:Door lock (term. ID1)
 [99]:Door lock
The controller activates output function [99] for access granting regardless of identification point
(Terminal ID0 or Terminal ID1). Output function [97] is activated for access granting if the
identification occurs at Terminal ID0 and output function [98] is activated for access granting if
the identification occurs at Terminal ID1. In practice, output functions [97] and [98] can be used
for turnstile control when it is required to determine direction of rotation. If access is granted then
door is opened for the time specified by the parameter Door Unlock Time within PR Master
software.
2.8 Facility Code
Facility Code (also called Site Code) is a part of the EM125kHz proximity card number which is
located between 16th and 24th bits and is intended to characterize some group of cards customized
and produced for individual order.
Example:
If the card has following code (presented in binary form): 00010000000000001110111000100010
10110111 the underline digits 11101110 are treated as Facility Code.
When Facility Code option is activated, then controller grants the access to all users with the same
Facility Code. Due to this feature controller can be used to grant access to larger number of
cardholders whose cards comply to a given Facility Code. Also, the group of cards with particular
Facility Code can be assigned to specific User Groups, thus all users with the same Facility Code will
have the same access rights. Options related to Facility Code are available in controller properties
which can be accessed in the main window of PR Master software (see 3.4 Access tab).
2.9 Door Alarms
Following Door Alarms are available in PRxx2 series controllers:



PREALARM
DOOR AJAR
FORCED ENTRY
All mentioned above alarms can be raised at individual output lines [28]: FORCED ENTRY,
[29]: DOOR AJAR and [30]: PREALARM or cumulatively in the output line with function
[256]: Door alarm. If alarm is raised in [256] output then the type of alarm can be
recognized based on electric signal modulation (see Table 5). If more than one alarm type is raised
in [256] output, then controller signals alarm with highest priority. Door Alarm can also be
signalled by means of internal buzzer. The logic is the same as for electric signal at controller
output line.
Options related to Door Alarm are available in controller properties which can be accessed in the
main window of PR Master software (see 3.6 Options tab).
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Table 5. Door Alarms
Alarm
Description
PREALARM
The alarm is raised in case of five consecutive
attempts of identification at particular controller
by unknown user within 5 minutes. The user, who
is in the system but does not have access right at
particular controller does not trigger PREALARM.
DOOR AJAR
The alarm is raised if door is not closed after time
specified by parameter Door Open Timeout
(see 3.4 Access tab). It is necessary to install door
contact and connect it controller in order to use
that option.
FORCED ENTRY
The alarm is raised if controller detects door
opening when access is not granted. It is
necessary to install door contact and connect it
controller in order to use this alarm. The alarm is
also raised in case of PIN entry under duress (see
3.6 Options tab).
Priority
Signalling
(modulation)
Low
Single pulse
lasting 0,5 sec.
repeated with 4
sec. period
Medium
Double pulses
(each lasts 0,5
sec.) repeated
with 4 sec. period
High
Single pulse
lasting 2 sec.
repeated with 4
sec. period
2.10 System Flags (Timers)
System Flags are logic states in a controller's memory corresponding to certain conditions/events
related to controller. Some of the flags are predefined for particular purposes (LIGHT, TAMPER ,
INTRUDER), whereas other are fairly universal and can be used for administrator defined purposes
(AUX1, AUX2).
Initially, every flag is switched off. Flags can only be switched on upon certain system
events/conditions. Flag returns to off state when preset time interval elapses (Timer) or when
specific event occurs. Some of the flag timers can be set into a bi-state type mode (latch mode) –
in this mode flag state changes permanently till occurrence of particular event. Flag state can be
signalled at controller’s output if certain function is assigned to the output.
For more information on Flags activation and deactivations refer to Table 6. Timer settings are
available in controller properties which can be accessed in the main window of PR Master software
(see 3.9 Timers tab).
Table 6. System Flags (Timers)
Flag (timer) activation
Flag (timer) deactivation
Flag activation result
- Automatically when time
specified for LIGHT flag elapses;
- Output line:
LIGHT flag
- Input lines:
[68]:Set LIGHT
[70]:Toggle LIGHT
- Function keys:
[68]:Set Light
[70]:Toggle LIGHT
- Keypad Commands:
[F21]:Set LIGHT
[F23]:Toggle LIGTH
- Output lines:
[64]: LIGTH
[69]:Clear LIGTH
[70]:Toggle LIGTH
- Function keys:
[69]:Clear LIGTH
[70]:Toggle LIGTH
- Keypad Commands:
[F22]:Clear LIGTH
[F23]:Toggle LIGTH
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flag
- Input line:
[08]:TAMPER
- Automatically when time
specified for TAMPER flag
elapsed
- Controller disarming
- Function key:
- Output line:
[65]: TAMPER
- Alarm event:
[08]: Tamper - ON
[77]: Clear INTRUDER
and TAMPER
- Keypad command:
[F31]: Clear INTRUDER
and TAMPER
AUX1
flag
- Input lines:
[71]:Set AUX1
[73]:Toggle AUX1
- Function keys:
[71]:Set AUX1
[73]:Toggle AUX1
- Keypad Commands:
[F24]:Set AUX1
[F26]:Toggle AUX1
- Automatically when time
specified for AUX1 flag elapsed
- Input lines:
- Output line
[66]: AUX1
[72]:Clear AUX1
[73]:Toggle AUX1
- Function keys:
[72]:Clear AUX1
[73]:Toggle AUX1
- Keypad Commands:
[F25]:Clear AUX1
[F26]:Toggle AUX1
AUX2
flag
- Input lines:
[74]:Set AUX2
[76]:Toggle AUX2
- Function keys:
[74]:Set AUX2
[76]:Toggle AUX2
- Keypad Commands:
[F27]:Set AUX2
[F29]:Toggle AUX2
- Automatically when time
specified for AUX2 flag elapsed
- Output line
[67]: AUX2
- Input lines:
[75]:Clear AUX2
[76]:Toggle AUX2
- Function keys:
[75]:Clear AUX2
[76]:Toggle AUX2
- Keypad Commands:
[F28]:Clear AUX2
[F29]:Toggle AUX2
INTRUDER
flag
- Input line:
[09]:INTRUDER
- Function key:
[09]:INTRUDER
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- Automatically when time
specified for INTRUDER flag
elapsed
- Controller disarming
- Function key:
- Output line:
[68]: INTRUDER
- Alarm event:
[52]: INTRUDER alarm
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- Keypad command:
[F30]: INTRUDER
FORCED ENTRY
[77]: Clear INTRUDER
and TAMPER
ON
flag
- Output lines:
- Input line
[01]: Door contact
when controller does not grant
access
- user entered PIN which,
differs by +/-1 in the last digit
from correct PIN (see 3.6
Options tab)
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- Automatically when time
specified for FORCED ENTRY flag
elapsed
- Use of authorized identifier
(proximity card and/or PIN)
- Controller arming/disarming
[28]: FORCED ENTRY
[256]: Door Alarm
- Alarm event:
[005]: FORCED ENTRY
or
[017]: PIN code under
duress
flag
- 5 consecutive attempts of
identification (proximity card
and/or PIN) at particular
controller by unknown user
DOOR AJAR
- Automatically when time
specified for PREALARM flag
elapsed
- Use of authorized identifier
(proximity card and/or PIN)
- Output lines:
[29]: PREALARM
[256]: Door Alarm
- Alarm event:
- Controller arming/ disarming
[003]: PREALARM
- Automatically when following
input line becomes
deactivated:
- Output lines:
flag
[01]: Door contact
- Input line:
[01]: Door contact
when time specified by Door
Open Timeout elapsed and the
input is still active i.e. door is
opened
- Automatically when time
specified FOR DOOR ajar flag
elapses
[30]: DOOR AJAR
[256]: Door Alarm
- Alarm event:
[004]: DOOR AJAR
- Use of authorized identifier
(proximity card and/or PIN)
- Controller arming/ disarming
Note: The input line [01]:
Door contact has the
highest priority. DOOR AJAR flag
is on as long as this input is
active (i.e. door is opened).
Once the input line becomes
deactivated, the flag is off
regardless of its Timer.
Note: Output line [256]: Door Alarm can be blocked by other options in PR Master software
(see 3.6 Options tab).
2.11 Anti-passback
By activating the APB option the system requires user to identify successively at APB zone entrance
and exit (i.e. the sequence of entry-exit...entry-exit must be maintained). PRxx2 controllers monitor
the latest identifications of users and store them in APB Register. APB rules can apply either to a
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single door or a larger zone called the Anti-passback Zone. APB Zones are defined independently of
other zones in RACS 4 (Access Zones, Alarm Zones). In regard of area covered by APB, it can be
divided into:
 Local APB
 Global APB
Local APB is defined for a single controller (single door) and both readers corresponding to the
entrance and exit of APB zone must be connected to that single controller. By default Terminal ID0
is entry reader while Terminal ID1 is exit reader, but this arrangement can be easily changed by
system administrator (see 3.2 Terminal ID1 tab).
Global APB refers to access control area called APB Zone with multiple doors. One APB Zone may
incorporate readers connected to various controllers within single network (subsystem). In Global
APB, users willing to exit particular APB zone must enter it first. Global APB may be used in systems
including at least 2 controllers and a CPR network controller.
In regard of RACS 4 system reaction for violation of APB rules, following types of APB are available:
 Hard APB,
 Soft APB.
In case of Soft APB every violation of APB rules results in the recording of event [509]: APB
Violation in event log and the controller can grant the access. In case of Hard APB every violation
also results in event [509]: APB Violation recorded in event log but the controller does not
grant access and generates two long acoustic pulses.
RACS 4 also enables configuration of True APB i.e. APB with door contact. Normally, if user is
granted access to APB zone then APB Register is updated accordingly but the controller does not
monitor if particular user actually enters/leaves the zone. In case of True APB the APB Register is
updated when access is granted and controller receives signal from door contact that the door is
opened. If only access is granted then APB Register is not updated. True APB requires connection
of door contact to controller input line with function [01]: Door contact.
Options related to APB are available in controller properties which can be accessed in the main
window of PR Master software (see 3.8 APB tab).
Note: After reset of APB Register every user of RACS 4 system can identify at any reader (entry or
exit reader) and then follow APB rules i.e. identify interchangeably at entrance and exit.
APB Zones
An APB Zone is an independent area of access control system with multiple doors (controllers). APB
Zone incorporates a list of entry and exit readers. The PRxx2 series controller is capable of
monitoring single door with read in/out control. Therefore, it needs to be located at a border
between two APB Zones. Then one of the readers connected to the controller monitors entry to APB
zone while the other monitors exit from that zone (which by the way is the entry to another APB
zone). It is forbidden to control entrance to APB zone by means of two readers connected to the
same controller.
Note: The PRxx2 series controller located at the APB Zone border is not required to have two
connected readers. APB zone entrance and exit can be controlled by two access controllers, each
with single reader.
In every RACS 4 system there is built-in, predefined APB Zone called Public zone. Public zone is an
area surrounding access control system. For example, if access control system is installed inside the
building then user leaving that building enters Public zone and consequently user entering the
building exits Public zone.
In RACS 4 systems, single APB zone can incorporate controllers only from single network
(subsystem). Controllers from different subsystem cannot be part of single APB Zone.
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In case of APB zone it is possible to configure internal door by assigning particular controller (and
at the same time its terminals) to particular APB Zone in APB tab (see 3.8 APB tab). User can be
granted access at such door only if he already is inside the APB Zone i.e. he entered the Zone by
one of its entry points/terminals. In practical applications controller responsible for internal door
does not have to be located inside room or area controlled by APB. Thus, internal door mechanism
can also be used to control user routes in the building.
APB Register
The APB Register is stored in access controller memory and it includes information on users latest
entries or exits to/from APB Zone.
As a result of APB Register reset, any user can identify at any reader (entry or exit reader) but then
he must follow APB rules and identify successively at entry/exit readers belonging to APB Zone.
The reset of APB Register occurs automatically after connection of power supply to the controller
and it can also be done by means of:
 Input line – see 2.13 Inputs,
 Function key - see 2.15 Function keys,
 Remote command from PR Master software – the command Reset APB Register on
controller can be used by right clicking particular controller in the main window of PR Master
software,
 Remote command from PR Master software – the command Reset Global APB Register can be
used by right clicking particular Network (subsystem) in the main window of PR Master
software,
 Keypad Command from controller keypad or PRT reader keypad – see 2.18 Keypad Commands,
 Schedule – Schedule option in the main window of PR Master software and APB tab (see 3.8
APB tab) within properties of particular controller.
Hierarchy of APB Zones
APB Zone Hierarchy reflects zonal relationships between various APB zones within single access
network (subsystem). If the hierarchy is activated then users are allowed to move only from one
adjacent APB Zone to another adjacent APB Zone. Zones are adjacent when there is controller on
the border of these zones and one of controller’s readers enables access to one of the zones while
the other reader enables access to the other adjacent zone. The APB Hierarchy can be switched
on/off in the window opened by means of APB Zones option in the main window of PR Master
software.
Procedure for configuration of Local APB
1. In properties of particular controller (PR Master software) open APB tab and select the option
Enable Anti-passback.
2. If necessary, following additional options and settings can be configured in APB tab: True APB,
Hard/Soft APB Schedule, APB Reset Schedule and max number of users. In case of schedules,
both Always/Never schedules and administrator defined schedules (by means of Schedules
option in the main window of PR Master software) can be applied.
3. In properties of particular controller, open Terminal ID1 tab and in Entry/Exit (Local
APB) field select one of the options: Entrance to the room/area or Exit from the
room/area, thus making particular reader the entry or exit terminal.
4. Update the configuration of controller by means of PR Master software.
5. APB Register can be cleared by right clicking particular controller in the main window of PR
Master software and selecting of the option Reset APB Register on controller from the
list. APB Register can be reviewed by means of the option Read APB Register on
controller from the same list.
Procedure for configuration of Global APB
1. Specify names of APB Zones by means of APB Zones option in the main window of PR Master
software and if necessary select Enable APB Hierarchy option and optionally specify
maximum numbers of users in particular zone.
2. In properties of particular controller open APB tab and then select the option Enable Antipassback.
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3. If necessary, following additional options and settings can be configured in APB tab: True APB,
Hard/Soft APB Schedule and APB Reset Schedule. In case of schedules, both Always/Never
schedules and administrator defined schedules (by means of Schedules option in the main
window of PR Master software) can be applied.
4. In properties of particular controller open Terminal ID1 tab and in the field APB Zone
(Global APB) select one of the available APB Zones from the list. Terminal ID1 will be the
entrance to that APB Zone. Open Terminal ID0 tab and similarly select one of available APB
Zones from the list. Terminal ID0 will be the entrance to that APB Zone. You can always use
default APB Zone i.e. Public Zone in your configuration. As a result, assigned readers shall be
listed in the window opened by means of APB Zone option in the main window of PR Master
software.
5. Repeat the actions mentioned in point 4 for the remaining controllers of Global APB within
single network (subsystem) and then configure remaining APB Zones, if applicable.
6. Verify the settings in the window opened by means of APB Zones option in the main window
of PR Master software.
7. Update the configuration of controllers and CPR by means of PR Master software.
8. APB Register can be cleared by right clicking particular controller in the main window of PR
Master software and selecting the option Reset APB Register on controller from the
list. APB Register can be reviewed by means of the option Read Global APB Register
from the same list. Clearing and reading can also be performed globally by right clicking
Network (subsystem) in the main window of PR Master software and selecting adequate
options from the list.
2.12 Alarm Zones
Alarm Zones are used in the integration of RACS 4 with intrusion alarm systems. The Alarm Zone is
a group of controllers intended to arm/disarm concurrently. If any controller of particular Alarm
Zone arms/disarms (it is not relevant what method for arming/disarming is applied) then the
remaining controllers follow. Alarm Zones feature requires installation of CPR network unit which
monitors all access controllers within Alarm Zones and switches their Arm/Disarm Modes
accordingly.
Note: Alarm Zones do not block other methods of controller arming/disarming.
If the controller Armed/Disarmed Mode is managed by means of its input line with the function
[03]: Arm/Disarm switch (momentary), then the mode cannot be switched by any other
method. If the controller with [03] input is assigned to Alarm Zone then its Armed/Disarmed Mode
still depends only on the [03] input and not the mode of Alarm Zone.
Hierarchy of Alarm Zones
In RACS 4, the administrator can configure multiple Alarm Zones and they can operate
independently or they can be arranged in hierarchy order. In case of independent Alarm Zones they
do not affect each other while hierarchic Alarm Zones can operate in master/slave relationship
according to following rules:




Arming the superordinate zone makes all subordinate zones armed
Disarming the superordinate zone does not affect subordinate zones
Arming the subordinate zone does not affect the superordinate zone
Disarming the subordinate zone does not affect the superordinate zone
Alarm Zone hierarchy in RACS 4 system is arranged in tree structure which reflects relationship and
dependencies among them. In figure 8, there is shown example of Alarm Zone hierarchy.
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Fig. 8 Hierarchy of Alarm Zones
Based on example shown in fig. 8, following dependencies can be specified: Alarm Zone (4) is
independent of other zones; Alarm Zone (2) is dependent on Alarm Zone (1) while Alarm Zone (3)
is dependent on Alarm Zone (2); Arming of Alarm Zone 1 results in arming of Alarm Zones (2) and
(3) while arming of Alarm Zone (2) results in arming of Alarm Zone (3); Disarming of Alarm Zone
(1) does not affect subordinate zones i.e. Alarm Zones (2) and (3).
Procedure for configuration of Alarm Zones
1. Specify names of Alarm Zones by means of the option Alarm Zones in the main window of
PR Master software, selecting network (subsystem), Schedule and optionally hierarchy of Alarm
Zones. Selection of predefined Schedule i.e. Always or Never Schedule actually results in
cancelling of automatic arming/disarming of Alarm Zones and determines only default
Arm/Disarm Mode of controllers. Administrator defined Schedules can be specified by means of
Schedules option in the main window of PR Master software.
2. In properties of particular controller open Arming tab and then select the option Enable
Arm/Disarm Schedule.
3. Within the same tab, additional parameters related to arming/disarming can be defined. These
parameters generally enable delay of auto-arming and configuration of acoustic warnings (see
3.5 Arming tab).
4. The area of Alarm Zone is defined by assignment of controllers and not their readers (Terminals
ID0, ID1). The assignment is done by enabling Arm/Disarm Schedule (see point 3 above).
5. Verify the settings in the window opened by means of Alarm Zones option in the main
window of PR Master software.
6. Update the configuration of controllers and CPR by means of PR Master software.
For more information on auto-arming and acoustic warnings refer to description of PR Master
options – see 3.5 Arming tab.
2.13 Inputs
The number of controller programmable inputs depends on its type – see table 1. Optional XM-2
expander can be connected to PRxx2 series controller in order to increase the number of available
inputs by two. In case of PRxx2 series controllers, input lines can be configured in regard of their
function, Schedule, Auxiliary Condition, NC/NO triggering and T&A Mode by means of PR Master
software within properties of particular controller (see 3.11 Input IN1…IN8 tabs). For NO line
(normally open), the triggering is done by closing the circuit while in case of NC line (normally
close), the triggering is done by opening the circuit (voltage disconnection).
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Additionally all input functions can be divided into ON/OFF monitored and ON monitored. In case of
ON/OFF monitored input functions, RACS 4 systems detects the moment of input activation and
deactivation. In case of ON monitored input functions, RACS 4 system detects only their activation,
thus it is not relevant how long the input is activated and when it is deactivated as only the
activation triggers certain actions within the system. For example [01]: Door contact function
is ON/OFF monitored type and the controller reacts to its activation and deactivation while the
function [02]: Exit button is ON monitored one and the controller reacts only to its activation.
Table 7 Input functions
No.
Function
Type
Description
[00]
None
-
Input line is not used.
[01]
Door contact
ON/OFF
monitored
The input is dedicated to connection of door
detector. Input activation is interpreted by the
controller as door opening while input deactivation
is interpreted as door closing.
[02]
Exit button
ON
monitored
The input is dedicated to connection of exit button
or other contact used for door opening. When the
input is activated the controller grants access for
specified time and door can be opened.
[03]
Arm/Disarm
switch
(momentary)
ON/OFF
monitored
The input is dedicated to control Arm/Disarm Mode
of the controller. As long as the input is activated
the controller is in Armed Mode. As long as the
input is deactivated the controller is in Disarmed
Mode.
Note: Only single input line of controller can be
configured with that function and it has the highest
priority among all arming/disarming methods.
[05]
AC lost
ON/OFF
monitored
The input is used for 230VAC power supply
monitoring. When the input is not activated then it
signifies adequate 230VAC power supply to the unit
which supplies the controller with 12VDC. When the
input is activated then it signifies 230VAC power
shortage to the unit which supplies the controller
with 12VDC. The input with function [05] can be
used for connection of PSAM-1 module available in
PS10, PS20 and PS15 power supply units (Roger)
or connection of output from third party power
supply unit if it provides 230VAC monitoring.
Note: Regardless of the input with function [05],
PR402 controllers can monitor their 18VAC power
supply.
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[06]
Low battery
ON/OFF
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The input is used for monitoring of backup battery
connected to power supply unit. When the input is
not activated then it signifies adequate operation of
backup battery connected to power supply unit with
12VDC output. When the input is activated then
backup battery requires charging or replacement.
The input with function [06] can be used for
connection of PSAM-1 module available in PS10,
PS20 and PS15 power supply units (Roger) with
backup batteries, or connection of output from third
party power supply unit if it provides its backup
battery monitoring.
Note: Regardless of input with function [06],
PR402 controllers can monitor backup battery if it is
connected to controller terminals.
[07]
Door bell
ON/OFF
monitored
When the input is activated then acoustic signal is
generated by controller’s internal buzzer and the
output with function [15]:Door bell is activated.
Both, acoustic signal and output are activated for 4
sec.
[08]
TAMPER
ON
monitored
The activation of [08] input is interpreted as
tamper alarm and results in activation of TAMPER
flag. Tamper contact is installed inside PR602LCDDT, PR602LCD, PR612, PR622, PR312EM, PR312MF
and PR302 controllers and it is connected to
separate wires/terminals which can be connected to
input with function [08] or any other external
devices (e.g. alarm siren).
[09]
INTRUDER
ON
monitored
The activation of [09] input is interpreted as
activation of connected alarm detector and results
in activation of INTRUDER flag.
[11]
Access disabled
ON/OFF
monitored
As long as the input is activated, the controller
denies access.
[13]
Arming disabled
ON/OFF
monitored
As long as the input is activated, the controller
cannot be armed manually (proximity card, PIN).
Auto-arming can be delayed by means of this
function.
[14]
Door unlock
(momentary)
ON/OFF
monitored
As long as the input is activated, the controller
enables the access at particular door for everyone
(as in Unlocked Door Mode).
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[44]
Switch temporary
access on
terminal ID1 on
ON
monitored
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The assignment of [44] function to any input
results in replacement of event related to access
granting i.e. instead of typical [001]: Access
granted, the event [547]: Access grantedspecial mode is generated when access is
granted by the controller. The event [547] is
ignored within Attendance report in PR Master
software. When the input with function [44] is
activated then Terminal ID1 is emulated for 8
seconds or till the identification of user by means of
proximity card and/or PIN. Within this time,
standard event [001]:Access granted is
generated when access is granted by the controller.
Note: The function [44] is not available for PR402
and PR102 controllers.
[45]
Switch temporary
terminal ID1 to
emulate terminal
ID0
ON
monitored
When the input is activated, the controller with
built-in reader (Terminal ID1) switches to emulation
of Terminal ID0. Each Terminal can be configured
differently. The emulation lasts 8 seconds or till the
identification of user by means of proximity card
and/or PIN. The event related to access granting is
[001]: Access granted.
Note: The function [45] is not available for PR402
and PR102 controllers.
[46]
Random check
confirm
ON
monitored
When the input is activated, then user inspection is
confirmed, controller is unblocked and the next
user can identify at the reader by means of
proximity card and/or PIN. The input is used only
with the option: Random check requires
confirmation (see 3.7 Advanced tab).
[47]
Entry button
ON
monitored
The input is dedicated to connection of entry
button or other contact used for door opening.
When the input is activated, the controller grants
access for specified time and door can be opened.
Function [47] operates similarly as function [02].
[48]
Keypad selected
T&A Mode
ON
monitored
The input is used in connection with Time&
Attendance (RCP Master software).
[49]
Keypad selected
T&A Mode
(temporary)
ON
monitored
[50]
Next T&A Mode
ON
monitored
The input is used in connection with Time&
Attendance (RCP Master software). Function [50]
is available only in PR602LCD-DT and PR602LCD
controllers.
[51]
Next T&A Mode
(temporary)
ON
monitored
The input is used in connection with Time&
Attendance (RCP Master software). Function [50]
is available only in PR602LCD-DT and PR602LCD
controllers.
[56]
Predefined T&A
Mode
ON
monitored
The input is used in connection with Time&
Attendance (RCP Master software).
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[57]
Predefined T&A
Mode
(temporary)
ON
monitored
[58]
Postponed autoarming delay ON
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then auto-arming is
delayed by the time specified with Programmed
auto-arming delay option (see 3.5 Arming
tab).
[59]
Postponed autoarming delay OFF
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then auto-arming delay
resulting from the option Programmed autoarming delay is cancelled and the controller
attempts to arm instantly if required by
Arming/Disarming Schedule (see 3.5 Arming tab).
[60]
APB Register
reset
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then APB Register is
reset (cleared) and any user can identify by means
of proximity card and/or PIN at any terminal
(reader) but in the next steps Anti-pass back rules
must be followed.
[61]
Arm/Disarm
switch (toggle)
ON
monitored
The input is used to toggle between Armed and
Disarmed Modes.
[62]
XM-8 outputs OFF
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then all relay outputs of
XM-8 expanders connected to the controller are
switched off.
[63]
XM-8 outputs ON
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then all relay outputs of
XM-8 expanders connected to the controller are
switched on.
[64]
Normal Door
Mode
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then Normal Door
Mode is selected for the controller.
[65]
Unlocked Door
Mode
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then Unlocked Door
Mode is selected for the controller.
[66]
Cond. Unlocked
Door Mode
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then Conditionally
Unlocked Door Mode is selected for the controller.
[67]
Locked Door
Mode
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then Locked Door Mode
is selected for the controller.
[68]
Set LIGHT
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then LIGHT Flag (Timer)
is on.
[69]
Clear LIGHT
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then
is off.
LIGHT
Flag (Timer)
[70]
Toggle LIGHT
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then
is switched on/off.
LIGHT
Flag (Timer)
[71]
Set AUX1
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then
is on.
AUX1
Flag (Timer)
[72]
Clear AUX1
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then
is off.
AUX1
Flag (Timer)
[73]
Toggle AUX1
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then
is switched on/off.
AUX1
Flag (Timer)
[74]
Set AUX2
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then
is on.
AUX2
Flag (Timer)
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[75]
Clear AUX2
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then
is off.
AUX2
Flag (Timer)
[76]
Toggle AUX2
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then
is switched on/off.
AUX2
Flag (Timer)
[78]
Disarmed Mode
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then the controller is
switched to Disarmed Mode.
[79]
Armed Mode
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then the controller is
switched to Armed Mode.
[84]
Card or PIN Mode
on term. ID0
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then Identification
Mode of Terminal ID0 (reader) is switched to Card
or PIN.
[85]
Card Only Mode
on term. ID0
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then Identification
Mode of Terminal ID0 (reader) is switched to Card
Only.
[86]
PIN Only Mode on
term. ID0
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then Identification
Mode of Terminal ID0 (reader) is switched to PIN
Only.
[87]
Card and PIN
Mode on term.
ID0
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then Identification
Mode of Terminal ID0 (reader) is switched to Card
and PIN.
[88]
Card or PIN Mode
on term. ID1
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then Identification
Mode of Terminal ID1 (reader) is switched to Card
or PIN.
[89]
Card Only Mode
on term. ID1
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then Identification
Mode of Terminal ID1 (reader) is switched to Card
Only.
[90]
PIN Only Mode on
term. ID1
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then Identification
Mode of Terminal ID1 (reader) is switched to PIN
Only.
[91]
Card and PIN
Mode on term.
ID1
ON
monitored
When the input is activated then Identification
Mode of Terminal ID1 (reader) is switched to Card
and PIN.
Note: Following input functions can be assigned to only one input line of the controller:
[01]:Door contact, [03]:Arm/Disarm switch (momentary), [05]:AC lost and
[06]:Low battery.
2.14 Outputs
The number of programmable outputs (relay and transistor type) in the controller depends on its
type – see table 1. Optional XM-2 expander can be connected to PRxx2 series controller in order to
increase the number of relay outputs by two. In case of PRxx2 series controllers, output lines can
be configured in regard of their function, Schedule and Auxiliary Condition by means of PR Master
software within properties of particular controller (see 3.12 Output IO1…IO2 tabs and 3.13 Output
REL1…REL2 tabs). Relay outputs REL1 and REL2 provide isolated NO, NC and COM terminals
(under normal operating conditions NO-COM connectors are open, whereas NC-COM connectors are
close). Every transistor output is capable of operating with current up to 1 A (and 15VDC).
Transistor outputs are equipped with internal fuses for switching off outputs automatically once a
maximum current level is exceeded.
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Default function for REL1 relay output is [99]: Door lock and it is used for door lock control.
Table 8. Output functions
No.
Function
Description
[00]
Disarmed Mode
As long as the controller is disarmed then the output is
activated and as long as the controller is armed then the
output is deactivated. Functions [00] and [35] operate in
the opposite way.
[08]
PC command
The output with function [08] can be activated by means of
command from PR Master software. In order to activate
output [08], right click particular controller in the main
window of PR Master software and select the option
Set/clear controller output or select the option
Controller output control in the Command menu of
Online Monitoring in PR Master software. Both functions
[08] and [13] can only be assigned to transistor outputs
i.e. IO1 or IO2.
[09]
Access granted
The output is activated when access is granted by means of
proximity card and/or PIN for the time specified with
parameter Door Unlock Time in the properties of the
controller (PR Master software).
[10]
Door status
As long as the door is opened the output [10] is activated.
In fact the output represents the signal from controller’s
input with the function [01]: Door contact.
[11]
Access denied
The output is activated for 2 sec. when controller denies the
access.
[12]
Schedule
The output is activated in time periods specified by assigned
Schedule, according to From… and To… parameters. The
Schedule can be defined by means of the option
Schedules in the main window of PR Master software.
[13]
Schedule or PC
command
The output operates in the same way as output with function
[12]. Additionally, output with the function [13] can be
operated by means of commands from PR Master software in
the same way as output with the function [08]. Both
functions [08] and [13] can only be assigned to transistor
outputs i.e. IO1 or IO2.
[14]
User logged on
term. ID0
The output is activated upon user identification at Terminal
ID0 and remains activated till user identification at Terminal
ID1. The function can be used to control turnstile rotation or
in case of read in/out controlled door, the output can be
used for reporting entry/exit.
[15]
Door bell
The output is activated for 5 sec. when input with the
function [07] or function key with the function [255] is
activated.
[16]
Room occupied
The output is activated when the first user enters particular
room (APB Zone) and remains activated until all users leave
the room. The number of users inside the room is calculated
based on data stored in APB Register.
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[17]
Limit of users
reached
The output is activated when the number of users in
particular room (APB Zone) reaches the limit. The output is
deactivated when the number of users in the room is lower
than the limit.
[18]
Normal Door Mode
The output is activated as long as Door Mode of the
controller is Normal.
[19]
Unlocked Door Mode
The output is activated as long as Door Mode of the
controller is Unlocked.
[20]
Cond. Unlocked
Door Mode
The output is activated as long as Door Mode of the
controller is Cond. Unlocked.
[21]
Locked Door Mode
The output is activated as long as Door Mode of the
controller is Locked.
[22]
Postponed autoarming delay in
progress
The output is activated when auto-arming of the controller is
delayed i.e. the output is activated for the time specified by
following parameters: Default auto-arming delay and
Programmed auto-arming delay (see 3.5 Arming
tab) and remains activated till controller arming.
[23]
External buzzer
The output is used for connection of external loudspeaker
which can be operated and controlled in the same way as
controller/reader internal buzzer.
[24]
Terminal restart
The output is activated for 2 sec. when the controller detects
communication failure with any of its external readers. The
output line can be used to restart the reader in case of
communication failure.
Note: The controller can supervise the communication only
with terminals operating in RACS CLK/DTA mode (Wiegand
and Magstripe readers are excluded).
[25]
Pulse upon
disarming
The output is activated for 2 sec. when the controller
switches to Disarmed Mode.
[26]
Pulse upon arming
The output is activated for 2 sec. when the controller
switches to Armed Mode.
[27]
Request to arm
In general perspective, output with the function [27]
operates in the same way as output with the function [0]:
Disarmed Mode i.e. as long as the controller is armed
then the output [27] is deactivated and as long as the
controller is disarmed then the output [27] is activated, but
output [27] is also activated in case of unsuccessful arming.
For example, if the controller is disarmed and the input with
function [13]: Arming disabled is activated then arming
attempt shall be unsuccessful but the output with function
[27] shall be deactivated despite the fact, that the
controller shall still be disarmed.
[28]
FORCED ENTRY
The output represents the state of FORCED ENTRY Flag. When
the Flag is on then the output is activated, when the Flag is
off then the output is deactivated.
[29]
PREALARM
The output represents the state of PREALARM Flag. When the
Flag is on then the output is activated, when the Flag is off
then the output is deactivated.
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[30]
DOOR AJAR
The output represents the state of DOOR AJAR Flag. When the
Flag is on then the output is activated, when the Flag is off
then the output is deactivated.
[31]
Door chime
The output is activated for 2 sec. when the controller detects
door opening. In order to use this output it is necessary to
connect door contact to controller input with the function
[01]: Door contact. Access granting itself does not
activate the output [31].
[32]
APB violation
The output is activated for 2 sec. when APB rules are
violated. The output [32] is not used for signalling that
maximal number of users in the room (APB Zone) is
exceeded. In such case use the function [17] instead.
[33]
Incoming autoarming in progress
(steady)
The output represents the acoustic warning configured by
means of the option Incoming auto-arming in
progress signalling time (see 3.5 Arming tab). The
output is deactivated when the time configured by the option
elapses and the controller arms according to schedule.
[34]
Incoming autoarming in progress
(pulsed)
The output operates in the same way as output with the
function [33] but it instead of constant signal, double pulse
every 8 sec. is generated.
[35]
Armed Mode
As long as the controller is disarmed then the output is
deactivated and as long as the controller is armed then the
output is activated. Functions [00] and [35] operate in the
opposite way.
[36]
Pulse upon access
granting
The output is activated for 1 sec. when access is granted by
the controller.
[37]
AC failure
The output is activated approx. 8 minutes after detection of
18VAC power supply failure and is deactivated approx. 40
seconds after detection of 18VAC power supply recovery.
[38]
Low battery
The output is activated approx. 9 minutes after detection of
low battery level and is deactivated approx. 9 minutes after
detection of adequate battery level.
[39]
Random check
request
The output is activated for 2 sec. when particular user is
selected by the controller for inspection. But if the option
Random check requires confirmation is selected
(see 3.7 Advanced tab) then the output [39] is activated
until the inspection is confirmed by means of input with the
function [46]: Random check confirm or by means of
function key with the function [46]: Random check
confirm.
[64]
LIGHT
The output represents the state of LIGHT flag. When the Flag
is on then the output is activated, when the Flag is off then
the output is deactivated.
[65]
TAMPER
The output represents the state of TAMPER flag. When the
Flag is on then the output is activated, when the Flag is off
then the output is deactivated.
[66]
AUX1
The output represents the state of AUX1 flag. When the Flag
is on then the output is activated, when the Flag is off then
the output is deactivated.
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[67]
AUX2
The output represents the state of AUX2 flag. When the Flag
is on then the output is activated, when the Flag is off then
the output is deactivated.
[68]
INTRUDER
The output represents the state of INTRUDER flag. When the
Flag is on then the output is activated, when the Flag is off
then the output is deactivated.
[74]
Antenna switching
on term. ID1 and
ID0
The output enables alternate switching of antenna coils in
controller and external reader. Connection of this output to
the input of external reader improves card reading when
both devices are installed too close on both sides of door.
This output is available only for controllers with built-in
reader i.e. PR602LCD-DT, PR602LCD, PR612, PR622,
PR312EM, PR312MF and PR302.
[84]
Card or PIN Mode on
term. ID0
The output is activated as long as Identification Mode at
Terminal ID0 (reader) is Card or PIN.
[85]
Card Only Mode on
term. ID0
The output is activated as long as Identification Mode at
Terminal ID0 (reader) is Card Only.
[86]
PIN Only Mode on
term. ID0
The output is activated as long as Identification Mode at
Terminal ID0 (reader) is PIN Only.
[87]
Card and PIN Mode
on term. ID0
The output is activated as long as Identification Mode at
Terminal ID0 (reader) is Card and PIN.
[88]
Card or PIN Mode on
term. ID1
The output is activated as long as Identification Mode at
Terminal ID1 (reader) is Card or PIN.
[89]
Card Only Mode on
term. ID1
The output is activated as long as Identification Mode at
Terminal ID1 (reader) is Card Only.
[90]
PIN Only Mode on
term. ID1
The output is activated as long as Identification Mode at
Terminal ID1 (reader) is PIN Only.
[91]
Card and PIN Mode
on term. ID1
The output is activated as long as Identification Mode at
Terminal ID1 (reader) is Card and PIN.
[92]
Temporary T&A
Mode on
The output is activated for 8 sec. when input or function key
with temporary T&A Mode function i.e. [49], [51] or [57]
is used. The function [92] can be used for blocking the
access for user who did not select any T&A Mode. In such
case the output with function [92] should be connected to
the input of the same controller with the function [11] and
the input should be configured as NC type.
[97]
Door lock (term.
ID0)
The output is activated for the time specified by the
parameter Door Unlock Time (see 3.4 Access tab), when
the access is granted for user identified at Terminal ID0. The
output can be used with turnstiles.
[98]
Door lock (term.
ID1)
The output is activated for the time specified by the
parameter Door Unlock Time (see 3.4 Access tab), when
the access is granted for user identified at Terminal ID1. The
output can be used with turnstiles.
[99]
Door lock
The output is activated for the time specified by the
parameter Door Unlock Time (see 3.4 Access tab),
regardless of terminal, where user identification occurred.
The function [99] is default setting of REL1 relay output of
the controller and is used for door lock control.
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The output represents Door Alarm (see 2.9 Door Alarm)
Note: The function [256] is combined one and it consists of
following alarms: DOOR AJAR, PREALARM and FORCED ENTRY. Each
of mentioned alarm is signalled by means of different
modulation (pulses). If more than one alarm occurs then the
one with the highest priority is represented at the output
[256].
2.15 Function keys
The administrator can configure up to four function keys for controller. In case of PRxx2 series
controllers, function keys (similarly to input lines) can be configured in regard of their function,
Schedule, Auxiliary Condition and T&A Mode by means of PR Master software within properties of
particular controller (see 3.16 F1…F4 keys tabs). PR Master software enables the configuration of
all four function keys for both Terminal ID0 and Terminal ID1 regardless if these function keys are
actually available at controller/reader keypad. Function keys of PRT series readers can be used only
if these readers are configured to RACS CLK/DTA mode. In case of Wiegand or Magstripe
communication, function keys cannot be used. In general perspective, function key operates in the
same way as button connected to controller’s input line.
Table 9. Function keys
No.
Function
Description
[00]
No function
Function key is not used, no function is assigned.
[02]
Release door
The key enables door opening as in case of standard access
granting.
[04]
Key pressed (event
only)
Each use of the key with function [04] is registered in event
history, and there no other actions/reactions in the system.
[09]
INTRUDER
The key with function [09] works in the same way as input
line with function [09] and it activates INTRUDER flag (timer).
[44]
Switch temporary
access on terminal
ID1 on
The assignment of [44] function to any function key results
in replacement of event related to access granting i.e.
instead of typical event [001]: Access granted, the
event [547]: Access granted-special mode is
generated when access is granted by the controller. The
event [547] is ignored within Attendance report in PR
Master software. When the key with function [44] is
pressed then Terminal ID1 is emulated for 8 seconds or till
the identification of user by means of proximity card and/or
PIN. Within this time, standard event [001]:Access
granted is generated when access is granted by the
controller.
Note: The function [44] is not available for PR402 and
PR102 controllers.
[45]
Switch temporary
terminal ID1 to
emulate terminal
ID0
When the key is pressed, the controller with built-in reader
(Terminal ID1) switches to emulation of Terminal ID0. Each
Terminal can be configured differently. The emulation lasts 8
seconds or till the identification of user by means of
proximity card and/or PIN. The event related to access
granting is [001]: Access granted.
Note: The function [45] is not available for PR402 and
PR102 controllers.
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[46]
Random check
confirm
When the key is pressed, then user inspection is confirmed,
controller is unblocked and the next user can identify at the
reader by means of proximity card and/or PIN. The input is
used only with the option: Random check requires
confirmation (see 3.7 Advanced tab).
[48]
Keypad selected
T&A Mode
The key is used in connection with Time&Attendance (RCP
Master software).
[49]
Keypad selected
T&A Mode
(temporary)
The key is used in connection with Time&Attendance (RCP
Master software).
[50]
Next T&A Mode
The key is used in connection with Time&Attendance (RCP
Master software). Function [50] is available only in
PR602LCD-DT and PR602LCD controllers.
[51]
Next T&A Mode
(temporary)
The key is used in connection with Time&Attendance (RCP
Master software). Function [50] is available only in
PR602LCD-DT and PR602LCD controllers.
[56]
Predefined T&A
Mode
The key is used in connection with Time&Attendance (RCP
Master software).
[57]
Predefined T&A
Mode (temporary)
The key is used in connection with Time&Attendance (RCP
Master software).
[58]
Postponed autoarming delay ON
When the key is pressed then auto-arming is delayed by the
time specified with Programmed auto-arming delay
option (see 3.5 Arming tab).
Postponed autoarming delay OFF
When the key is pressed then auto-arming delay resulting
from the option Programmed auto-arming delay is
cancelled and the controller attempts to arm instantly if
required by Arming/Disarming Schedule (see 3.5 Arming
tab).
[60]
APB register reset
When the key is pressed then APB Register is reset (cleared)
and any user can identify by means of proximity card and/or
PIN at any terminal (reader) but in the next steps Anti-pass
back rules must be followed.
[61]
Arm/Disarm switch
(toggle)
[62]
XM-8 outputs OFF
When the key is pressed then all relay outputs of XM-8
expander connected to the controller are switched off.
[63]
XM-8 outputs ON
When the key is pressed then all relay outputs of XM-8
expander connected to the controller are switched on.
[64]
Normal Door Mode
When the key is pressed then Normal Door Mode is selected
for the controller.
[65]
Unlocked Door Mode
When the key is pressed then Unlocked Door Mode is
selected for the controller.
[66]
Cond. Unlocked
Door Mode
When the key is pressed then Conditionally Unlocked Door
Mode is selected for the controller.
[67]
Locked Door Mode
When the key is pressed then Locked Door Mode is selected
for the controller.
[68]
Set LIGHT
When the key is pressed then LIGHT Flag (Timer) is on.
[59]
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Clear LIGHT
When the key is pressed then
LIGHT
Flag (Timer) is off.
Toggle LIGHT
When the key is pressed then
on/off.
LIGHT
Flag (Timer) is switched
[71]
Set AUX1
When the key is pressed then
AUX1
Flag (Timer) is on.
[72]
Clear AUX1
When the key is pressed then
AUX1
Flag (Timer) is off.
Toggle AUX1
When the key is pressed then
on/off.
AUX1
Flag (Timer) is switched
[74]
Set AUX2
When the key is pressed then
AUX2
Flag (Timer) is on.
[75]
Clear AUX2
When the key is pressed then
AUX2
Flag (Timer) is off.
Toggle AUX2
When the key is pressed then
on/off.
AUX2
Flag (Timer) is switched
[77]
Clear INTRUDER and
TAMPER
When the key is pressed then
(Timers) are off.
INTRUDER
[78]
Disarmed Mode
When the key is pressed then the controller is switched to
Disarmed Mode.
[79]
Armed Mode
When the key is pressed then the controller is switched to
Armed Mode.
[84]
Card or PIN Mode on
term. ID0
When the key is pressed then Identification Mode of
Terminal ID0 (reader) is switched to Card or PIN.
[85]
Card Only Mode on
term. ID0
When the key is pressed then Identification Mode of
Terminal ID0 (reader) is switched to Card Only.
[86]
PIN Only Mode on
term. ID0
When the key is pressed then Identification Mode of
Terminal ID0 (reader) is switched to PIN Only.
[87]
Card and PIN Mode
on term. ID0
When the key is pressed then Identification Mode of
Terminal ID0 (reader) is switched to Card and PIN.
[88]
Card or PIN Mode on
term. ID1
When the key is pressed then Identification Mode of
Terminal ID1 (reader) is switched to Card or PIN.
[89]
Card Only Mode on
term. ID1
When the key is pressed then Identification Mode of
Terminal ID1 (reader) is switched to Card Only.
[90]
PIN Only Mode on
term. ID1
When the key is pressed then Identification Mode of
Terminal ID1 (reader) is switched to PIN Only.
[91]
Card and PIN Mode
on term. ID1
When the key is pressed then Identification Mode of
Terminal ID1 (reader) is switched to Card and PIN.
Door bell
When the key is pressed then acoustic signal is generated by
means of internal speaker and the output with function
[15]:Door bell is activated. Both, acoustic signal and
output are activated for 4 sec.
[70]
[73]
[76]
[255]
and
TAMPER
Flags
2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions
Schedules
Schedule is a weekly calendar (Monday – Sunday) with 4 holidays (H1-H4). The Schedule can be
divided into maximum 128 periods defined by From… and To… parameters. Following types of
Schedules are available in RACS 4 (PR Master software):
 General Purpose Schedules which can be applied to various functions and options within the
controller. They are mainly used when defining access rights for users (see 2.7 Access Rights),
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 T&A Mode Schedules which are used for automatic switching of T&A Mode at Terminal ID1.
These Schedules are used only if PR Master software is used with RCP Master software (see
2.19.2 Time&Attendance based on RCP Master software),
 Door Mode Schedules which are used for automatic switching of Door Modes (see 2.5 Door
Modes)
 APB Reset Schedules which are used for defining moments, when the controller automatically
resets its Anti-passback Register (see 2.11 Anti-passback)
 Identification Mode Schedules which are used for automatic switching of Identification Mode
(see 2.4 Identification Modes).
For each of mentioned above Schedules the administrator can define not only week days but also
holidays. These are days, when usual Schedules of week days are not valid and instead of them
some additional mechanisms are applied. Four different daily schemes (H1 – H4) for holidays within
particular Schedule can be specified in RACS 4 system and then they can be assigned to particular
dates in year. In case of PRxx2 series controllers, the maximum number of holiday dates equals to
120.
Auxiliary conditions
Many functions and options within controller properties (PR Master software) can be enabled for
use according to administrator defined Schedules and/or only if certain Auxiliary Conditions are
satisfied. It concerns:












High Security Mode,
[#] key options,
Facility Code,
Two User Mode,
Use of cards and/or PINs assigned to SWITCHER users,
Random User Check,
Conditional Access,
Keypad Commands,
Input lines,
Output lines,
Function keys,
Inputs and outputs at XM-2 expander.
Auxiliary Condition indicates additional circumstance or state that must be satisfied in order to
enable use of particular function/option (positive logic, e.g. condition [130]) or in order to disable
use of particular function/option (negative logic, e.g. condition [131]).
Example:
If Auxiliary Conditions [129]: Enabled when controller armed is assigned to function key
F1 then user will be able to use that key (and function assigned to that key) only if the controller is
armed.
Auxiliary Conditions can also be assigned to input/output lines or function keys. If the Auxiliary
Condition is satisfied then particular line or key can be used (positive logic) or cannot be used
(negative logic) depending on particular Auxiliary Condition. If particular Auxiliary Condition occurs
then already activated line or key can be deactivated and disabled.
Example:
If input line with function [07]: Door bell and Auxiliary Condition [129]: Enabled when
controller armed is activated then it shall be automatically deactivated and disabled when the
controller becomes disarmed.
Table 10 Auxiliary Conditions
No.
Condition
[128]
Enabled when controller disarmed
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[129]
Enabled when controller armed
[130]
Enabled when IN1 is ON
[131]
Disabled when IN1 is ON
[132]
Enabled when IN2 is ON
[133]
Disabled when IN2 is ON
[134]
Enabled when IN3 is ON
[135]
Disabled when IN3 is ON
[136]
Enabled when IN4 is ON
[137]
Disabled when IN4 is ON
[138]
Enabled when last login on term.ID0
[139]
Enabled when last login on term.ID1
[140]
Enabled when room is occupied
[141]
Disabled when room is occupied
[142]
Enabled when limit of users in room is reached
[143]
Disabled when limit of users in room is reached
[144]
Enabled when controller in Normal Door Mode
[145]
Disabled when controller in Normal Door Mode
[146]
Enabled when controller in Unlocked Door Mode
[147]
Disabled when controller in Unlocked Door Mode
[148]
Enabled when controller in Cond. Unlocked Door Mode
[149]
Disabled when controller in Cond. Unlocked Door Mode
[150]
Enabled when controller in Locked Door Mode
[151]
Disabled when controller in Locked Door Mode
[152]
Enabled when LIGHT is ON
[153]
Disabled when LIGHT is ON
[154]
Enabled when TAMPER is ON
[155]
Disabled when TAMPER is ON
[156]
Enabled when AUX1 is ON
[157]
Disabled when AUX1 is ON
[158]
Enabled when AUX2 is ON
[159]
Disabled when AUX2 is ON
[160]
Enabled when INTRUDER is ON
[161]
Disabled when INTRUDER is ON
[162]
Enabled when FORCED ENTRY is ON
[163]
Disabled when FORCED ENTRY is ON
[164]
Enabled when PREALARM is ON
[165]
Disabled when PREALARM is ON
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[166]
Enabled when DOOR AJAR is ON
[167]
Disabled when DOOR AJAR is ON
[255]
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2.17 Special options
2.17.1 Two User Mode
In this mode, the controller grants access if two users (with different cards and/or PINs) undergo
the authentication procedure in any order. Both users should carry out the authentication procedure
according to the current Identification Mode (see 2.4 Identification Modes) in particular controller
and both users are required to have access rights at the controller. The second authentication can
be done at any reader connected to the controller (Terminal ID0 or ID1), thus allowing also such
situation that both users are located at opposite sides of the door. Two User Mode cannot be
activated separately for each side of the door. The mode is activated by selection of Schedule and it
can be controlled by Auxiliary Condition (see 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions).
Procedure for configuration of Two User Mode:
1. Within controller properties (PR Master software) select Access tab (see 3.4 Access tab) and
in the area Two User Mode select Always Schedule or any other General Purpose Schedule
previously defined by administrator. The General Purpose Schedule can be specified by means
of the option Schedules in the main window of PR Master software.
2. Upload the configuration to the controller.
Fig. 9 Two User Mode
2.17.2 Conditional Access
In this mode, the controller grants access not only to users with access rights but also to all other
users of RACS 4 system if any user with access rights is present in controlled room. Users (cards
and/or PINs) unknown to RACS 4 system cannot get access at all. When there is no user in
controlled room then only users with access rights can enter such room. In case of Conditional
Access Mode all user of RACS 4 system can exit controlled room regardless of their access rights
and number of users in the room.
Conditional Access Mode is based on Local Anti-passback (see 2.11 Anti-passback). The mode is
activated by selection of Schedule and it can be controlled by Auxiliary Condition (see 2.16
Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions).
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Note: Conditional Access Mode is based on Local Anti-passback therefore after reset of APB
Register only user with access rights can enter the room. Further on, standard rules for Conditional
Access Mode apply.
Procedure for configuration of Conditional Access
1. Specify Access Zone, where some users have access rights and some users do not have access
rights (see 2.7 Access Rights).
2. In the properties of controller intended for Conditional Access Mode select Advanced tab (see
3.7 Advanced tab) and in the area Conditional Access select Always Schedule or any other
General Purpose Schedule previously defined by administrator. The General Purpose Schedule
can be specified by means of the option Schedules in the main window of PR Master
software.
3. In the APB tab (see 3.8 APB tab) select the option Enable Anti-passback.
4. Assuming that Terminal ID0 is the entry reader to the room, select the tab Terminal ID0
within controller properties (see 3.3 Terminal ID0) and then verify if in the field Entry/exit
(Local APB) there is selected the option Entrance to the room/area. If not, then
select that option. If Terminal ID1 is to be entry reader then enter analogical settings in
Terminal ID1 tab.
5. Upload the configuration to the controller.
2.17.3 High Security Mode
In this mode, the controller grants access if users undergoes two-stage authentication procedure.
First, the user needs to authenticate at primary reader and then at secondary reader, both installed
at the same side of the door. When this procedure is completed, the controller can grants access to
the user. The mode can be defined separately for both sides of the door. The mode is activated by
selection of Schedule and it can be controlled by Auxiliary Condition (see 2.16 Schedules and
Auxiliary Conditions). In practical applications the secondary reader could be biometric reader but
any type of reader can be used as well. The secondary reader is always connected to RACS
CLK/DTA terminals (see 2.2.3 RACS CLK/DTA interface) except for PR402DR controller, where
Wiegand and Magstripe readers are connected to its input lines. In case of secondary readers which
communicate with controller by means of RACS CLK/DTA protocol, the addresses ID2 or ID3 can be
configured within Memory Reset procedure or by means of RARC software. The reader which is
built in the controller (PR602LCD-DT, PR602LCD, PR612, PR622, PR312EM, PR312MF and PR302)
has always address ID=1. Default address of new external reader is ID=0.
Procedure for configuration of High Security Mode:
1. Within controller properties (PR Master software) select Terminal ID1 tab (see 3.2 Terminal
ID1 tab) and in the area High Security Mode select method of communication with the
secondary reader and Always Schedule or any other General Purpose Schedule defined by
administrator. The General Purpose Schedule can be specified by means of the option
Schedules in the main window of PR Master software.
2. If it is required to provide High Security Mode at both sides of the door then conduct the same
steps in Terminal ID0 tab within controller properties (see 3.3 Terminal ID0)
3. Upload the configuration to the controller.
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Fig. 10 High Security Mode
2.18 Keypad Commands
PRxx2 series controllers as opposed to PRxx1 series controller cannot be entirely configured by
means of commands entered with controller keypad or external PRT series reader keypad. However
there are some Keypad Commands available which are listed in table 11 and also within PR Master
software (see 3.10 Keypad commands tab).
Commands may require authorization after entering by means of adequate identifier (card and/or
PIN). The administrator can assign Schedule and Auxiliary Conditions for each Keypad Command
(see 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions). By default the controller accepts commands from
both Terminals ID0 and ID1 but the administrator can limit commands to selected reader. The
authorization, Schedule and Auxiliary Condition can be configured by means of the option
Properties.
In the table 11, the term Login means use of adequate proximity card and/or PIN and it is
necessary only if particular Keypad Command requires authorization. The authorization can be
selected for each Keypad Command individually.
Note: In systems with controllers connected to the same RS485 bus it is recommended not to use
Keypad Commands for controller address modification as it shall result in discrepancy between
actual controller settings and controller settings within PR Master software.
Table 11 Keypad Commands
Command
Description
F00: Set controller ID
[*][0][0][#][Login][new ID address][#]
The command sets a new ID for the controller in range of
ID=00-99.
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F01: Set date
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[*][0][1][#][Login][DD][MM][YY][W][#]
The command sets new date and a weekday according to
following format:
DD: Day (0-31)
MM: Month (00-12)
YY: Year (00-99)
W: Day of week (0-6), where “0” refers to Sunday, “1” denotes
Monday, etc.
F02: Set clock
[*][0][2][#][Login][HH][MM][#]
The command sets new time according to following format:
HH: Hour (00-23)
MM: Minute (00-59)
F07: Normal Door Mode
[*][0][7][#][Login]
The command activates the Normal Door Mode.
F08: Locked Door Mode
[*][0][8][#][Login]
The command sets the Locked Door Mode.
F09: Unlocked Door Mode
[*][0][9][#][Login]
The command activates the Unlocked Door Mode.
F10: Cond. Unlocked Door Mode
[*][1][0][#][Login]
The command activates the Conditionally Unlocked Door Mode.
F11: Disarmed Mode
[*][1][1][#][Login]
The command sets a controller in the Disarmed Mode.
F12: Armed Mode
[*][1][2][#][Login]
The command sets a controller in the Armed Mode.
F13: Arm/Disarm switch (toggle)
[*][1][3][#][Login]
The command toggles Armed/Disarmed Mode.
F14: Restart controller
[*][1][4][#][Login]
The command restarts the controller.
F15: APB Register reset
[*][1][5][#][Login]
The command clears/initializes the APB Register in the
controller.
F16: Keypad selected T&A Mode
[*][1][6][#][Login[NNN][#]
The command sets the T&A Mode on ID1 terminal. The T&A
Mode code is NNN(=000-255), The T&A Mode change is
permanent and refers to ID1 terminals.
F17: Keypad selected T&A Mode
(temporary)
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[*][1][6][#][Login[NNN][#] The command sets the T&A Mode
on ID1 terminal. The T&A Mode code is NNN(=000-255). The
T&A Mode change is temporary (approx. 8 sec.) and refers to
ID1 terminals.
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F18: Postponed auto-arming
delay ON (default delay)
[*][1][8][#][Login]
F19: Postponed auto-arming
delay ON (delay 1-255 min.)
[*][1][9][#][Login][NNN][#]
F20: Postponed auto-arming
delay OFF
[*][2][0][#][Login]
F21: Set LIGHT
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The command postpones the auto-arming according to
parameter: Programmed auto-arming delay (see 3.5
Arming tab).
The command delays the auto-arming by NNN minutes, other
auto-arming delays are deactivated.
The command resets the auto-arming delay (if previously
activated).
The command switches the LIGHT flag on.
F22: Clear LIGHT
[*][2][2][#][Login]
The command switches the LIGHT flag off.
F23: Toggle LIGHT
[*][2][3][#][Login]
The command toggles the LIGHT flag state.
F24: Set AUX1
[*][2][4][#][Login]
The command switches the AUX1 flag on.
F25: Clear AUX1
[*][2][5][#][Login]
The command switches the AUX1 flag off.
F26: Toggle AUX1
[*][2][6][#][Login]
The command toggles the AUX1 flag state.
F27: Set AUX2
[*][2][7][#][Login]
The command switches the AUX2 flag on.
F28: Clear AUX2
[*][2][8][#][Login]
The command switches the AUX2 flag off.
F29: Toggle AUX2
[*][2][9][#][Login]
The command toggles the AUX2 flag state.
F30: INTRUDER
[*][3][0][#][Login]
The command switches the INTRUDER flag on.
F31: Clear INTRUDER and
TAMPER
[*][3][1][#][Login]
F32: Change Identification Mode
for term.ID1
[*][3][3][#][Login][N][#]
The command switches off both INTRUDER and TAMPER flags.
The command switches the Identification Mode at Terminal ID1
according to N= 0..3, where:
N=0: Card or PIN Mode
N=1: Card Only Mode
N=2: PIN Only Mode
N=3: Card and PIN Mode
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[*][3][3][#][Login][N][#]
The command is used in the same way as F32 with the only
difference that this command pertains to Terminal ID0.
2.19 Time and Attendance (T&A)
In RACS 4 system there are two solutions for Time&Attendace. Both require use of PR Master
software and access control system for events recording.
2.19.1 Time&Attendance based on Attendance Areas within PR Master software
This is very simple Time&Attendance solution which consists in counting the time of users presence
in designated areas of RACS 4 access control system. This solution requires only proper
configuration of PR Master software. T&A Modes are not used at all in case of Attendance Areas.
Procedure for configuration of Attendance Areas
1. Configure the access control system by means of the options: Access Zones, User Groups and
Schedules in the main window of PR Master software (see 2.7 Access Rights).
2. In the main window of PR Master software select the option Attendance Areas.
3. In the opened window configure new area by entering its name as well as selecting entry and
exit readers (Terminals ID0 and ID1). In practice, entrances and exits are usually readers
located at the entrances and exits from/to the building/office. The administrator can assign
multiple entry and exit readers within particular Attendance Area.
4. In case of Attendance Areas there is no need to select any options within the properties of any
controller. Attendance Areas operate regardless of Access Zones, APB Zones or Alarm Zones.
No settings are uploaded to controllers. In case of Attendance Areas, PR Master just interprets
events recorded by access control system.
5. The summary of Time&Attendance can be accessed by means of the option Reports and then
Attendance. The summary in the report is up to date if all events are downloaded from
controllers and/or CPR to PR Master software. The command Read event buffers now in
the main window or PR Master software can be used for that purpose.
Note: Attendance Reports are described in detail within PR Master manual.
2.19.2 Time&Attendance based on RCP Master software
PR Master software can record events which can be further exported to other program for detailed
Time&Attendance summary in accordance with local laws or requirements. RCP Master is such
external software for PR Master.
Note: RCP Master 2 can download events from PR Master as described below or alternatively
operate as standalone software with dedicated PR602LCD-DT and PR602LCD controllers.
The PR602LCD-DT controller is recommended for Time&Attendace based on RCP Master as it is
equipped with built-in reader, LCD and function keys but any terminal (reader) in RACS 4 system
can be the terminal for registration of events for RCP Master. PRxx2 series controller can operate
with two readers (Terminal ID0 and ID1) which can be used for registration of [001] Access
granted events with different T&A Modes. In general perspective T&A Mode for events at
Terminal ID0 is static and cannot be changed dynamically while T&A Mode for events at Terminal
ID1 can be changed dynamically as given below.
In RACS 4 system the administrator can specify up to 255 T&A Modes which can be used to
differentiate [001] Access granted events. Every T&A Mode has its code (0..255) and name.
Additional text information can be assigned to T&A Mode by selection of the option Tools in the
top bar of PR Master main window and then the option T&A Modes.
T&A Modes in almost whole range can be freely defined by administrator. Following T&A Modes are
predefined within RACS 4 system:
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ENTRY (Code 000),
EXIT (Code 016),
ON-DUTY EXIT (Code 017),
Breakfast break (Code 018)
Lunch break (Code 019),
Overtime1..5 (Codes 020..024),
Exit on Request (Code 025),
On duty (Code 026),
NO T&A (Code 032),
Starting work at pos.1..3 (Codes 033..035),
Smoking brake (Code 036)
Break (Code 037)
Breastfeeding brake (Code 038)
Custom 1..5 (Codes 101..105
On duty exit with day closing (Code 115)
Access granted events with NO T&A Mode (code 032) are ignored in Time&Attendance summaries.
In order to prepare data for Time&Attendance it is necessary to export events with T&A Modes
from PR Master software. For that purpose select the option Event history in the main window
of PR Master software and then after selection of filter parameters select the option T&A Report
and finally select the OK button. In the newly opened window select the format of output file. In
the next step the exported file must be imported into RCP Master software.
T&A Mode switching
Default T&A Mode for particular reader (Terminal ID0 or ID1) can be assigned by means of PR
Master software. For that purpose, open the properties of particular controller by clicking the
controller in the main window of PR Master software and select the tab Terminal ID0 and/or
Terminal ID (see 3.2 Terminal ID1 tab). In the field Default T&A Mode select desired mode.
If the administrator selects Entry T&A Mode then all [001]: Access granted events at that
reader shall be treated by system as work starting moments for users. The current T&A Mode can
be switched manually by user or automatically by T&A Schedule. The T&A Mode can be switched
permanently or temporary (approx. 8 sec.). Following methods can be used to switch T&A Mode of
the reader:
 Input line – see 2.13 Inputs,
 Function key (at reader/controller keypad) – see 2.15 Function keys,
 Schedule – configured by means of the option Schedules and the tab Options in controller
properties,
 Keypad Command from controller keypad or PRT reader keypad – see 2.18 Keypad Commands.
All mentioned above methods can be used interchangeably. The T&A Mode can be switched on
Terminal ID1 i.e. the reader which is built in the controller (PR602LCD-DT, PR602LCD, PR612,
PR622, PR312EM, PR312MF and PR302) or on the external reader connected to the controller
(PR402, PR102DR). The Terminal ID0 for all controllers is always the external reader and it can
have only default T&A Mode.
Note: If the option Term. ID0 follows T&A Mode of Term. ID1 within controller
properties (see 3.6 Options tab) is selected then it is possible to control dynamically and indirectly
the T&A Mode at Terminal ID0 as it follows T&A Mode at Terminal ID1.
Table 12 Methods for T&A Mode switching
Input line
Method
Function
Description
[48]: Keypad selected
T&A Mode
When the input is activated then the reader awaits for
entering 3-digit code [NNN] which correspond to
particular T&A Mode. After pressing the [#] key the
reader switches to desired T&A Mode. The switching is
permanent and concerns events from Terminal ID1,
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Keypad
Commands
Functions keys
(NNN=000-255).
[49]: Keypad selected
T&A Mode (temporary)
When the input is activated then the reader awaits for
entering 3-digit code [NNN] which correspond to
particular T&A Mode. After pressing the [#] key the
reader switches to desired T&A Mode. The switching is
temporary (8 sec.) and concerns events from Terminal
ID1, (NNN=000-255).
[50]: Next T&A Mode
When the input is activated then the reader switches to
the next available T&A Mode. The switching is
permanent and concerns events from Terminal ID1. The
function is available only for PR602LCD-DT and
PR602LCD controllers.
[51]: Next T&A Mode
(temporary)
When the input is activated then the reader switches to
the next available T&A Mode. The switching is
temporary (8 sec.) and concerns events from Terminal
ID1. The function is available only for PR602LCD-DT and
PR602LCD controllers.
[56]: Predefined T&A
Mode
When the input is activated then the reader switches to
T&A Mode which is predefined for that input. Predefined
T&A Mode can be set in the controller properties (PR
Master software) in the tab of particular input. The
switching is permanent and concern events from
Terminal ID1.
[57]: Predefined T&A
Mode (temporary)
When the input is activated then the reader switches to
T&A Mode which is predefined for that input. Predefined
T&A Mode can be set in the controller properties (PR
Master software) in the tab of particular input. The
switching is temporary (8 sec.) and concern events from
Terminal ID1.
[48]: Keypad selected
T&A Mode
See function [48] of input line.
[49]: Keypad selected
T&A Mode (temporary)
See function [49] of input line.
[50]: Next T&A Mode
See function [50] of input line. The function is
available only for PR602LCD-DT and PR602LCD
controllers.
[51]: Next T&A Mode
(temporary)
See function [51] of input line. The function is
available only for PR602LCD-DT and PR602LCD
controllers.
[56]: Predefined T&A
Mode
See function [56] of input line.
[57]: Predefined T&A
Mode (temporary)
See function [57] of input line.
F16: Keypad selected
T&A Mode
See table 11.
F17: Keypad selected
T&A Mode (temporary)
See table 11.
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T&A Mode Schedule can be used for automatic switching
of T&A Mode at Terminal ID1. The schedule defines
periods for particular T&A Mode. The procedure for
configuration of T&A Schedules is given below.
Procedure for configuration of T&A Mode Schedules
1. In the main window of PR Master software select the option Schedules and then select the
tab T&A Mode Schedules.
2. In the newly opened window use the button Add and then enter the name of your schedule
and specify periods for particular T&A Modes in week days.
3. In the main window of PR Master software click particular controller and enter its properties.
4. In the tab Options, in the area T&A Mode select the option Enable T&A Schedule and
in the field T&A Schedule select previously defined schedule.
5. If necessary, in the tabs Terminal ID1 and/or Terminal ID0, in the field Default T&A
Mode select desired T&A mode. The administrator can define own T&A Modes selecting the
option Tools in the top bar of PR Master main window and then selecting the option T&A
Modes.
6. Besides T&A Modes it is necessary to assign T&A IDs. For that purpose select the option Users
in the main window of PR Master software, then Add or Edit button and in the tab General
enter the number in T&A ID field.
Note: More information on RCP Master software is given in its manual.
2.20 Login limits
In case of PRxx2 controller it is possible to specify how many times particular user can be granted
access at particular controller (i.e. door). This feature is called login limits and in case of PR Master
4.5.6 or newer and PRxx2 firmware x.18.4.x or newer it is possible to configure not only manually
renewed login limit but also automatically renewed login limit. The first one is configured for
indefinite time and it requires manual renewal when depleted while the second one can be
automatically refreshed in administrator defined periods.
Procedure for configuration of manually renewed login limit
1. Configure users in access control system (more information in PR Master manual).
2. Right click particular controller in the main window of PR Master software and then select
Login limit option.
3. In the newly opened window select the button Add.
4. In the next window select any user from the list and specify his login limit.
5. Close all windows and return to the main window of PR Master software. New settings shall be
updated automatically
or
1. During configuration of user by means of the option Users in the main window of PR Master
software, in the properties of particular user select the tab Login limits and then press the
button Read user login limits from all controllers. Login limit can be configured both
for new and existing user.
2. Select the controller from the list and press the button Modify.
3. Select the number from the list for the parameter Login limit:
4. Close the window and update new settings by pressing the button Update or Update all.
Procedure for configuration of automatically renewed login limit
1. Select the controller in the main window of PR Master software and open the tab Options.
2. In the area Automatic login limit refresh (see 3.6 Options tab) specify such parameters
as Refresh period and Start refresh at
3. Configure users in access control system (more information in PR Master manual).
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4. Right click particular controller in the main window of PR Master software and then select
Login limit option.
5. In the newly opened window select the button Add.
6. In the next window select any user from the list, specify his login limit and select the option
Periodic refresh.
7. Close all windows and return to the main window of PR Master software. New settings shall be
updated automatically
or
1. Select the controller in the main window of PR Master software and open the tab Options.
2. In the area Automatic login limit refresh (see 3.6 Options tab) specify such parameters
as Refresh period and Start refresh at
3. During configuration of user by means of the option Users in the main window of PR Master
software, in the properties of particular user select the tab Login limits and then press the
button Read user login limits from all controllers. Login limit can be configured both
for new and existing user.
4. Select the controller from the list and press the button Modify.
5. Select the number from the list for the parameter Login limit: and select the option
Periodic refresh.
6. Close the window and update new settings by pressing the button Update or Update all.
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III. PROGRAMMING
PRxx2 series controllers are programmed by means of PR Master management and monitoring
software which can be downloaded from www.roger.pl. In the present section, all options available
in the controller properties are described. Controller properties can be accessed by clicking
particular controller in the main window of PR Master software. The options are used not only for
configuration of the controllers but also for configuration of the access control system. The
remaining options are described PR Master manual.
PRxx2 series controllers as opposed to PRxx1 series controller cannot be entirely configured by
means of commands entered with controller keypad or external PRT series reader keypad. However
there are some Keypad Commands available (see2.18 Keypad Commands).
Note: Hints are provided for all options in the PR Master software. In order to display particular hint
just point your mouse to the option and wait approx. 1 sec.
Fig. 11 The main window of PR Master software
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3.1 General tab
In the General tab, the administrator can activate or deactivate the controller, change the name
of controller and acquire some general information i.e.:
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Controller type,
Controller address (ID),
Firmware version,
Controller name,
Name of the subsystem (network).
Fig. 12 General tab
3.2 Terminal ID1 tab
Terminal ID1 is the reader built into the controller (PR602LCD-DT, PR602LCD, PR612, PR622,
PR312EM, PR312MF and PR302) or the external reader connected to the controller (PR102DR,
PR402) (see 1.2 Design and architecture).
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Fig. 13 Terminal ID1 tab
Area: Terminal ID1
In this area, the administrator can modify the name of reader, enter comments and select
communication method with the reader (see 2.2.3 RACS CLK/DTA and 2.2.8 Wiegand/Magstripe
interface readers). Proper functioning of controller and reader sometimes requires also
configuration of reader including mode, address, etc. New PRT series readers are by default
configured to RACS CLK/DTA mode with ID=0 address.
Option: Default T&A Mode – the option enables selection of predefined or administrator
defined T&A Mode for the reader. The option is not used if Time&Attendace based on Attendance
Areas is applied. For more information – see 2.19.2 Time&Attendance based on RCP Master
software.
Option: Access Zone – the option is used for selection of the reader as the entrance to
particular Access Zone. The Access Zone can be created by means of the option Access Zones in
the main window of PR Master software. For more information – see 2.7 Access Rights.
Option: APB Zone (Global APB) – the option is used for selection of the reader as the
entrance to APB Zone. The Anti-passback Zone can be defined by means of the option APB
Zones in the main window of PR Master software. The option is used in Global APB and it is active
if the option Enable Anti-passback is activated in the APB tab. For more information - see
2.11 Anti-passback
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Option: Entry/exit (Local APB) – the option is used for selection of the reader as the entry
or the exit reader for Local APB. The option is activated if the option Enable Anti-passback is
activated in the APB tab. For more information - see 2.11 Anti-passback.
Area: High Security Mode
In this area, the administrator can select the secondary reader for parallel operation with Terminal
ID1 in High Security Mode (see 2.17.3 High Security Mode). The Schedule and Auxiliary Conditions
can be assigned to High Security Mode (see 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions). Two
predefined Schedules i.e. Always and Never are already available and the administrator can also
specify own Schedule by means of the option Schedules in the main window of PR Master
software. The period defined by means of parameters From… and To… signifies the time, when
High Security Mode is activated. If Always Schedule is selected then High Security Mode is active all
the time.
Area: [#] key options
In this area, the administrator can activate the option Enable [#] key to operate
alternatively as Door Bell/Exit Button. The Schedule and Auxiliary Conditions can be
assigned to the option (see 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions). If predefined Never Schedule
is selected then [#] key at controller keypad or connected PRT series reader keypad operates in the
same way as function key with the function [255]: Door bell (see 2.15 Function keys). If the
function [15]: Door bell is assigned to one of output lines of the controller then external buzzer
or any other acoustic device can be connected to that line. If predefined Always Schedule is
selected then [#] key at controller keypad or connected PRT series keypad operates as function key
with the function [02]: Release door. The administrator can also specify own Schedule by
means of the option Schedules in the main window of PR Master software. Then, in periods
specified by parameters From… and To… the [#] key shall operate as exit button and in the
remaining time as door bell button.
Area: Identification Mode
In this area, the administrator can select default Identification Mode (see 2.4 Identification Modes).
The administrator can also assign Identification Mode Schedule after defining such Schedule by
means of the option Schedules in the main window of PR Master software.
3.3 Terminal ID0 tab
In the tab Terminal ID0 all options are the same as in the tab Terminal ID1. Terminal ID0 is
always the external reader connected to PRxx2 series controller (see 1.2 Design and architecture).
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3.4 Access tab
Fig. 14 Access tab
Area: Door lock settings
In this area, the administrator can configure options and parameters related to door lock which is
connected to the controller (see 2.7 Access Rights).
Option: Auto-relock – the option is useful only if door contact is connected to controller input
(see 2.13 Inputs). Based on this option the controller can block door lock earlier than it would result
from the parameter Door Unlock Time. The option can be disabled or one of following settings
can be selected:
 Block the door lock upon door opening detection,
 Block the door lock upon door closing detection
Based on the first setting, the controller deactivates its relay output connected to the door lock
when door opening is detected. In other words, the lock is blocked immediately when door opening
is detected and not after time specified by parameter Door Unlock Time elapses. Based on the
second setting, the controller blocks the lock immediately when door closing is detected.
Option: Access disabled when controller armed – when this option is selected then
access can be granted only when the controller is disarmed (see 2.6 Armed/Disarmed Modes). If
the controller is armed then the access is denied for all users, regardless of their access rights.
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Based on that option, users who can arm/disarm the controller (e.g. SWITCHER type users) can
also block and unblock the access to other users regardless of their access rights.
Option: Door lock controlled in latch mode – when this option is selected then access
granting switches the output relay (which is connected to the door lock) to the opposite state. The
output remains in such state as long as the next access granting occurs. In other words, door lock
can be closed or opened all the time. If the option is not selected then relay output is activated for
the time specified by the parameter Door Unlock Time and then it automatically returns to the
previous state.
Parameter: Door Unlock Time – this parameter is used for specifying how long the door
lock must be opened. The range of possible settings is from 1 sec. to 99 minutes.
Parameter: Door Unlock Delay – this parameter is used for specifying delay for door
opening after access granting. The range of possible settings is from 1 sec. to 99 sec.
Parameter: Door Open Timeout – this parameter is used for specifying time required for
door closing after access granting. In order to make this parameter useful it is necessary to connect
door contact to controller input (see 2.13 Inputs). If the time specified by parameter Door Open
Timeout elapses and the door is still opened then the Door Alarm called DOOR AJAR is raised (see
2.9 Door Alarm and 2.10 System Flags (Timers)). The range of possible settings is from 1 sec. to 99
sec.
Area: Facility Code
In this area, the administrator can configure Facility Code (see 2.8 Facility Code) as well as assign
Schedule and Auxiliary Condition (see 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions). Two predefined
Schedules i.e. Always and Never are already available and the administrator can also specify own
Schedule by means of the option Schedules in the main window of PR Master software. The
period defined by means of parameters From… and To… signifies the time, when Facility Code is
activated. By means of the button with card icon, the administrator can read his proximity card by
means of connected reader in order to determine its Facility Code (specified part of card number).
Area: Door Mode
In this area, the administrator can select the option Door Mode controlled by schedule
(see 2.5 Door Modes) and assign predefined Schedule i.e. Always in Normal Door Mode or assign
own Schedule which can be defined by means of the option Schedules in the main window of PR
Master software.
Area: Two User Mode
In this area, the administrator can activate Two User Mode (see 2.17.1 Two User Mode) by
selection of predefined Schedule i.e. Always or by selection of own Schedule specified by means of
the option Schedules in the main window of PR Master software. The activation of Two User
Mode can also depend on Auxiliary Condition (see 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions).
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3.5 Arming tab
Fig. 15 Arming tab
Area: Arm/Disarm Schedule
Option: Enable Arm/Disarm Schedule – this option is used for switching Arm/Disarm
Schedule on/off (see 2.6 Armed/Disarmed Modes). Arm/Disarm Schedule can be used in the
integration of RACS 4 system with intruder alarm systems.
Option: Alarm Zone – the option is used for assigning the controller to particular Alarm Zone
(see 2.12 Alarm Zones). Alarm Zones are created by means of the option Alarm Zones in the
main window of PR Master software. The controller assigned to particular Alarm Zone switches to
Armed/Disarmed Mode concurrently with other controllers belonging to the same Alarm Zone (see
2.6 Armed/Disarmed Modes) and in accordance with the Schedule assigned to that Alarm Zone.
Two predefined Schedules i.e. Always and Never are already available and the administrator can
also specify own Schedule by means of the option Schedules in the main window of PR Master
software. The Schedule can be assigned to particular Alarm Zone by means of the option Alarm
Zones in the main window of PR Master software.
Option: Arm/Disarm Schedule – the option is used for assigning Arm/Disarm Schedule
directly to the controller and not to Alarm Zone with group of controllers (see 2.6 Armed/Disarmed
Modes). Two predefined Schedules i.e. Always and Never are already available and the
administrator can also specify own Schedule by means of the option Schedules in the main
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window of PR Master software. The schedule is configured by means of From… and To…
parameters and the first parameter signifies the moment when controller becomes disarmed while
the second parameter signifies the moment when the controller becomes armed. Selection of
predefined Always Schedule results in controller getting permanently disarmed after each reset of
the controller or configuration upload.
Area: Auto-arming
Parameter: Incoming auto-arming in progress signalling time – the parameter is
used for specifying how many minutes prior to controller arming in accordance with Arm/Disarm
Schedule, the controller shall signal such incoming auto-arming (see 2.6 Armed/Disarmed Modes).
The signalling can be acoustic one at reader/controller buzzer or it can be electric one at the output
line of controller with the function [33]: Incoming auto-arming in progress (steady)
and/or [34]: Incoming auto-arming in progress (pulsed) (see 2.14 Outputs). The
purpose of such signalling is to warn in advance all persons inside the premises that scheduled
arming of controller shall occur soon. The range of possible settings is from 1 to 99 minutes.
Parameter: Default auto-arming delay – this parameter is used for specifying the delay
(in minutes) for controller which attempts to arm in accordance with Arm/Disarm Schedule (see 2.6
Armed/Disarmed Modes). The delay is activated if in the moment of scheduled arming, the
controller input line with the function [13]: Arming disabled (see 2.13 Inputs) is activated.
The delay is repeated till the input line with function [13] is deactivated or the arming is no longer
required by the Schedule. The purpose of the delay is to enable automatic postpone of controller
arming by external device/system. The range of possible settings is from 5 to 99 minutes.
Parameter: Programmed auto-arming delay – this parameter is used for specifying the
delay (in minutes) for controller which attempts to arm in accordance with Arm/Disarm Schedule
(see 2.6 Armed/Disarmed Modes). The functioning of this delay is the same as in case of parameter
Default auto-arming delay but this delay is activated not by the input line of the controller
with the function [13]: Arming disabled (see 2.13 Inputs) but by the input line with the
function [58]: Postponed auto-arming delay ON, by the function key with the function
[58]: Postponed auto-arming delay ON or by the Keypad command F18: Postponed
auto-arming delay ON (default delay). The delay is repeated as long as the user activates
it by means of one the mentioned above methods or the arming is no longer required by the
Schedule. The purpose of the delay is to enable manual postpone of controller arming by the user.
The range of possible settings is from 5 to 99 minutes.
Option: Postpone auto-arming whenever access granted – when this option is
selected then Programmed auto-arming delay (see above) can be activated not only by
three mentioned above methods (input line, function key and Keypad Command) but also by access
granting (use of card and/or PIN by user with access rights).
Parameter: Automatically restore Armed Mode after time – the parameter is used
for specifying the delay (in minutes) for automatic rearming of the controller according to
Arm/Disarm Schedule. The purpose of the delay is to arm the controller automatically if the user
disarmed the controller manually (see 2.6 Armed/Disarmed Modes) and according to the Schedule
the controller should be armed at that moment. Such rearming can be delayed by the user based
on the parameter Programmed auto-arming delay (see above). The range of possible
settings is from 5 to 99 minutes.
Area: Local SWITCHER
In this area, the administrator can assign Local Switcher attribute to NORMAL users (with ID in
range of 1000 – 3999) in order to allow them to arm and disarm the controller (see 2.6
Armed/Disarmed Modes). As opposed to MASTER user , SWITCHER Full user and SWITCHER
Limited user (see 2.3 Users), the NORMAL user with Local SWITCHER attribute can only arm and
disarm these controllers, where the attribute is assigned and not all controllers in RACS 4 system.
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Area: Arming options
Option: Arm/Disarm Schedule restricted to auto-arming only – when this option is
selected then Arm/Disarm Schedule can only arm the controller (see 2.6 Armed/Disarmed Modes)
while disarming must be conducted manually or remotely.
Option: Automatically clear Unlocked Door Mode upon arming – when the option is
selected then the Unlocked Door Mode is switched to Normal Door Mode (see 2.5 Door Modes)
when the controller becomes armed (see 2.6 Armed/Disarmed Modes). The purpose of this option
is to prevent such situation that controller is armed and at the same time door lock is released
because of the Unlocked Door Mode.
Option: Enable quick disarming – when this option is selected then MASTER and
SWITCHER Full users as well as NORMAL users with Local Switcher attribute (see 2.6
Armed/Disarmed Modes) can disarm the controller with single card swipe and/or PIN entering.
Arming still requires double card swipe and/or PIN entering. Switcher Limited user always arms and
disarms with single card swipe and/or PIN entering regardless of that option.
Option: Protected mode for manual arming and disarming – when this option is
selected then SWITCHER Limited user (see 2.3 Users) must use his identifier (card and/or PIN) five
times in order to arm/disarm the controller (see 2.6 Armed/Disarmed Modes). MASTER and
SWITCHER Full users as well as NORMAL users with Local SWITCHER attribute must actually use
their identifiers six times in order to arm/disarm the controller as the first use is related to door lock
opening. Identifier must be swiped without unnecessary delays when the orange LED SYSTEM
is
on.
Note: If the Card and PIN Identification Mode is selected for the terminal (see 2.4 Identification
Modes) then the PIN must be entered once and then the card must be swiped five times in order to
arm/disarm the controller.
Option: Arming disabled when door opened – when the option is selected then arming
of controller is blocked if the door contact connected to the controller signals that the door is
opened. Door contact must be connected to controller input. The option can block manual arming
(by means of card/PIN, function key, Keypad Command) but cannot block Arm/Disarm Schedule
and if automatic arming is configured then it works in the same way as input line of the controller
with the function [13]: Arming disabled which affects the parameter Default autoarming delay (i.e. auto-arming is repeatedly delayed till the door is closed or the arming is no
longer required by the Schedule).
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3.6 Options tab
Fig. 16 Options tab
Area: Options
Option: Ignore PIN codes under duress – when this option is selected then entering of
PIN that differs +/-1 from correct (authorized) PIN is interpreted by the controller as wrong PIN
and access is denied. When the option is not selected then entering of PIN which differs +/-1 from
correct (authorized) PIN results in granting the access by the controller but the alarm called FORCED
ENTRY is also raised (see 2.9 Door Alarm and 2.10 System Flags (Timers).
Example:
When the option Ignore PIN codes under duress is selected and the correct PIN is
[4569][#] then entering of [4568]]#] or [4570][#] is interpreted as wrong PIN. When the option is
not selected then entering of [4568][#] or [4570][#] results in the access granting by the
controller and Door Alarm called FORCED ENTRY is raised.
Option: Disable card reader and keypad when in PREALARM– when the option is
selected then the controller rejects card reading and PIN entering as long as the Door Alarm called
PREALARM is activated (see 2.9 Door Alarm) i.e. as long as flag PREALARM is on (see 2.10 System Flags
(Timers). PREALARM is raised when the unknown identifier (card or PIN) is used 5 times in a row at
the controller.
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Option: Disable [09]: INTRUDER input when controller disarmed – when the
option is selected then the controller ignores the activation of its input line with the function [09]:
INTRUDER (see 2.13 Inputs) and consequently the system flag INTRUDER is not activated (see
2.10 System Flags (Timers) when the controller is disarmed (see 2.6 Armed/Disarmed Modes).
Option: SWITCHER cannot arm/disarm without access rights – when the option is
selected then SWITCHER Full and SWITCHER Limited users as well as NORMAL users with Local
SWITCHER attribute (see 2.3 Users) cannot arm/disarm controller if they are not assigned with
access rights at that controller. The option does not affect MASTER user.
Option: SWITCHER arming/disarming Schedule – the option is used for assigning
Schedule for SWITCHER full and SWITCHER Limited users as well as for NORMAL users with Local
SWITCHER attribute (see 2.3 Users) in order to enable or disable their arming/disarming rights.
Two predefined Schedules i.e. Always and Never are already available and the administrator can
also specify own Schedule by means of the option Schedules in the main window of PR Master
software.
Option: Auxiliary Condition – the option is used for assigning Auxiliary Condition (see 2.16
Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions) for SWITCHER full and SWITCHER Limited users as well as for
NORMAL users with Local SWITCHER attribute (see 2.3 Users) in order to make their
arming/disarming rights dependant on that condition.
Area: Expanders
Option: Elevator – this option is used for assigning elevator to the controller. The option is
used in configuration of access control in elevators based on XM-8 expander(s). More information
on such application is provided in 2.2.5 XM-8 I/O expander and in XM-8 Installation Guide which is
available at www.roger.pl
Option: Enable PSAM-1 – when this option is selected then operation of the controller with
PSAM-1 module is enabled. More information on power supply supervision is provided in 2.2.6
PSAM-1 and in PSAM-1 Installation Guide which is available at www.roger.pl
Option: Enable XM-2 – when the option is selected then operation of the controller with XM-2
expander is enabled and functions to XM-2 inputs and outputs in respective tabs (see 3.14 XM-2
Inputs tab and 3.15 XM-2 Outputs tab) can be assigned. More information on XM-2 expander is
provided in 2.2.4 XM-2 I/O expander and in XM-2 Installation Guide which is available at
www.roger.pl
Area: Automatic login limit refresh
Parameter: Refresh period: – the parameter is used for configuration of refreshing period
for renewable login limit (see 2.20 Login limits). Following settings are available: No refresh, 1h, 2h,
3h, 4h, 6h, 12h and 24h.
Parameter: Start refresh at: – the parameter is used for configuration of starting moment
for renewable login limit (see 2.20 Login limits). The starting moment is selected from the list e.g.
01:00 o’clock. Minutes cannot be specified.
Area: Door Alarm options
Option: Don’t signal PREALARM – when the option is selected then the controller does not
signal the alarm called PREALARM at its output line with the function [256]: Door alarm (see 2.9
Door Alarm and 2.14 Outputs). The option does not block other methods for raising the PREALARM,
in particular, it does not block the output line of controller with the function [29]: PREALARM
and PREALARM System Flag (see 2.10 System Flags (Timers)). The option does not block also other
Door Alarms associated with the function [256] i.e. DOOR AJAR and FORCED ENTRY. The event related
to PREALARM is recorded in event history and it is displayed in Online Monitoring of PR Master
software.
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Option: Don’t signal DOOR AJAR – when the option is selected then the controller does not
signal the alarm called DOOR AJAR at its output line with the function [256]: Door alarm (see 2.9
Door Alarm and 2.14 Outputs). The option does not block other methods for raising the DOOR AJAR
alarm in particular, it does not block the output line of controller with the function [30]: DOOR
AJAR and DOOR AJAR System Flag (see 2.10 System Flags (Timers)). The option does not block also
other Door Alarms associated with the function [256] i.e. PREALARM and FORCED ENTRY. The event
related to DOOR AJAR is recorded in event history and it is displayed in Online Monitoring of PR
Master software.
Option: Don’t signal FORCED ENTRY – when the option is selected then the controller
does not signal alarm called FORCED ENTRY at its output line with the function [256]: Door alarm
(see 2.9 Door Alarm and 2.14 Outputs). The option does not block other methods for raising the
DOOR AJAR alarm in particular, it does not block the output line of controller with the function [28]:
FORCED ENTRY and FORCED ENTRY System Flag (see 2.10 System Flags (Timers)). The option
does not block also other Door Alarms associated with the function [256] i.e. PREALARM and DOOR
AJAR. The event related to FORCED ENTRY is recorded in event history and it is displayed in Online
Monitoring of PR Master software.
Option: Don’t signal DOOR ALARM when controller disarmed – when the option is
selected then the controller blocks all possible Door Alarms at its output line with the function
[256]: Door alarm (see 2.9 Door Alarm and 2.14 Outputs) if the controller is disarmed (see 2.6
Armed/Disarmed Modes). In such case, Door Alarms are also not signalled at output lines with
functions [29]: PREALARM, [30]: DOOR AJAR, [28]: FORCED ENTRY and respective
System Flags are not activated (see 2.10 System Flags (Timers), but events related to Door Alarms
are recorded in event history and they are displayed in Online Monitoring of PR Master software.
Option: Enable DOOR ALARM signalling on internal buzzer – when the option is
selected then Door Alarms (see 2.9 Door Alarm) can be additionally signalled acoustically by
internal buzzer of controller (PR602LCD-DT, PR602LCD, PR612, PR622, PR312EM, PR312MF and
PR302) or by the buzzer of reader (only with ID=1 address) connected to the controller (PR102DR,
PR402).
Option: DOOR AJAR not cleared by valid card/PIN – when the option is selected then
Door Alarm called DOOR AJAR (see 2.9 Door Alarm) and respective DOOR AJAR System Flag (see 2.10
System Flags (Timers)) cannot be cleared by use of authorized card and/or PIN.
Area: Events
Option: Input [02]: Exit button doesn’t generate event – when this option is selected
then the event [001]: Access granted is not recorded in log and is not displayed in Online
Monitoring of PR Master software when the access is granted based on function key with the
function [02]: Release door, input line with the function [02]: Exit button or input line
with the function [47]: Entry button. For all other methods (card and/or PIN), [001] event is
recorded in the Event history.
Option: Disable Forced Entry event – when this option is selected then the event [005]
Forced Entry related to Door Alarm called FORCED ENTRY (see 2.9 Door Alarm) is not recorded in
log and is not displayed in Online Monitoring of PR Master software. The methods for raising this
alarm are listed in 2.10 System Flags (Timers). The option does not block activation of FORCED ENTRY
flag or activation of output lines with functions [256]:Door alarm or [28]: FORCED
ENTRY.
Option: Disable AC Lost event – when this option is selected then the alarm related to
power supply failure is not recorded in log and is not displayed in Online Monitoring of PR Master
software but output line of the controller with the function [37]: AC failure can be activated.
The option concerns both the power supply connected to the controller via 230VAC/18VAC
transformer (PR402) and operation with PSAM-1 module (see 2.2.6 PSAM-1).
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Option: Disable Low Battery event – when this option is selected then the alarm related to
low voltage of battery connected to the controller is not recorded in the log and is not displayed in
Online Monitoring of PR Master software but output line of the controller with the function [38]:
Low battery can be activated. The option concerns the battery connected directly to the
controller (PR402) and operation with PSAM-1 module (see 2.2.6 PSAM-1).
Option: Disable events from input: [13]: Arming disabled – when the option is
selected then both events [13]: Arming disabled -ON and [13]: Arming disabled OFF are not recorded in the log and are not displayed in Online Monitoring of PR Master software.
The option does not affect the operation of input line with the function [13]: Arming disabled
i.e. the option blocks only events and not input lines.
Area: T&A Mode
Option: Enable T&A Schedule – when the option is selected then T&A Mode at Terminal ID1
(see 1.2 Design and architecture) can be switched by T&A Schedule. In case of PR602LCD-DT,
PR602LCD, PR612, PR622, PR312EM, PR312MF and PR302 controllers, built-in reader is Terminal
ID1. In case of PR402 and PR102DR controllers, Terminal ID1 is an external reader. The procedure
for configuration of T&A Schedule is provided in 2.19.2 Time&Attendance based on RCP Master
software.
Option: Term. ID0 follows T&A Mode of term. ID1 – when this option is selected then
T&A Mode at Terminal IDO (see 1.2 Design and architecture) is the same as T&A Mode at Terminal
ID1. Generally, T&A Mode at Terminal ID0 is static while T&A Mode at Terminal ID1 can be
switched dynamically. The option enables indirect control of T&A Mode at Terminal ID0. The
methods for switching T&A Mode at Terminal ID1 are listed in 2.19.2 Time&Attendance based on
RCP Master software.
Option: T&A Schedule – this option is used for assigning T&A Schedule to Terminal ID1 of the
controller. The procedure for configuration of T&A Schedules is described in 2.19.2
Time&Attendance based on RCP Master software.
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3.7 Advanced tab
Fig. 17 Advanced tab
Area: System Settings Update
Option: Restore previous Armed/Disarmed Mode after system update – when
this option is selected then after configuration update, the controller shall restore the same
Armed/Disarmed Mode (see 2.6 Armed/Disarmed Modes) as it was before configuration update. If
the option is not selected then the controller by default switches to Armed Mode after configuration
upload unless it is against Arm/Disarm Schedule which has higher priority.
Option: Restore previous Identification Mode after system update – when this
option is selected then after configuration update, the controller shall restore the same
Identification Mode (see 2.4 Identification Modes) as it was before configuration update. The option
has higher priority than scheduled Identification Mode and default Identification Mode (see 3.2
Terminal ID1 tab).
Option: Restore previous Door Mode after system update – when this option is
selected then after configuration update, the controller shall restore the same Door Mode (see 2.5
Door Modes) as it was before configuration update. The option has higher priority than scheduled
Door Mode and default Door Mode (see 3.4 Access tab).
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Option: Restore previous output states after system update – when this option is
selected then after configuration update, the controller shall restore ON/OFF states of its output
lines as they were before the configuration update. The controller restores its output lines with
following functions:
 [08]: PC Command if the line was activated remotely from PR Master software
 [13]: Schedule or PR Command if the line was activated remotely from PR Master
software
 [64]: LIGHT
 [66]: AUX1
 [67]: AUX2
Option: Restore previous APB Register after system update – when this option is
selected then after configuration update, the controller shall restore APB Register (see 2.11 Antipassback) as it was before the configuration update.
Option: Restore previous T&A Mode after system update – when this option is
selected then after configuration update, the controller shall restore T&A Mode (see 2.19.2
Time&Attendance based on RCP Master software) as it was before configuration update. The option
has higher priority than scheduled T&A Mode (see 3.6 Options tab) or default T&A Mode (see 3.2
Terminal ID1 tab).
Area: Conditional Access
In this area, the administrator can configure Conditional Access Mode (see 2.17.2 Conditional
Access) by assigning Schedule and Auxiliary Condition (see 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary
Conditions). Two predefined Schedules i.e. Always and Never are already available and the
administrator can also specify own Schedule by means of the option Schedules in the main
window of PR Master software. The period defined by means of parameters From… and To…
signifies the time, when Conditional Access Mode is activated, in the remaining time the mode is
disabled. Activation of the mode (its Schedule) can also depend on Auxiliary Condition. In order to
use Conditional Access Mode it is necessary to select the option Enable Anti-passback in APB
tab.
Area: TCP Bridge
In this area, the administrator can select communication timeout for the controller connected to
RS485 bus via TCP bridge consisting of two UT-4 interface in LAN/WAN network. The range of
possible settings is from 20ms to 5 sec. with 20ms resolution.
Area: Real Time Clock Test (RTC Test)
Option: Enable controller operation despite of RTC failure – when this option is
selected then the controller shall operate even if it own RTC is not operating correctly.
Area: Keypad function keys
This area is available only in case of PR602LCD, PR612, PR312EM, PR312MF and PR302 controllers
as they are equipped with keypad. By means of the option Allow controller’s keypad to
operate as function key input, the administrator enables use of numeric keys as function
keys. Numeric keys from 1 to 4 correspond to function keys from F1 to F4 at Terminal ID1 while
numeric keys from 5 to 8 correspond to function keys from F1 to F4 at Terminal ID0 (see 1.2
Design and architecture and 2.15 Function keys).
Area: Random User Check
In this area, the administrator can configure random selection of users for inspection. When it is
activated then the controller randomly denies the access for users with access rights. These users
can then be inspected by guardsmen. Such access denial is signalled acoustically on the at
reader/controller buzzer or by means of message displayed at controller LCD (only PR602LCD type).
Additionally it can also be signalled at controller output line with the function [39]: Random
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check request (see 2.14 Outputs). The signalling lasts for 2 sec. and the controller denies the
access for such time. Random User Check concerns only NORMAL user types (see 2.3 Users).
The function is activated by selection of Schedule. Two predefined Schedules i.e. Always and Never
are already available and the administrator can also specify own Schedule by means of the option
Schedules in the main window of PR Master software. The period defined by means of
parameters From… and To… signifies the time, when Random User Check is activated, in the
remaining time the function is disabled. Activation of the function (its Schedule) can also depend on
Auxiliary Condition (see 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions).
Parameter: Check intensity – this option is used for specifying average number of users (in
percents) subject to inspection. The range of possible settings is from 0,4% to 99,6% with 0,4%
resolution. The higher the value of parameter the more frequently the inspection is signalled. For
example, if the intensity equals to 10% then statistically every tenth person shall be indicated for
inspection.
Option: Random check requires confirmation – when this option is selected then the
controller based on Random User Check denies the access until its input line with the function
[46]: Random check confirm is activated (see 2.13 Inputs) or function key with the function
[46]: Random check confirm is pressed (see 2.15 Function keys).
Area: T&A access granting
Option: Access granted only when temporary T&A Mode activated – when this
option is selected, user is denied access regardless of his access rights until temporary T&A mode is
selected. Such T&A mode is activated for 8 sec. using input or function key with such function as
[49]: Keypad selected T&A Mode (temporary), [51]: Next T&A Mode
(temporary), [57]: Predefined T&A Mode (temporary) (see 2.13 Inputs and 2.15
Function keys).
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3.8 APB tab
Fig. 18 APB tab
Area: Anti-passback
Option: Enable APB – it is necessary to select this option in order to enable Local or Global
Anti-passback and proceed with further APB settings (see 2.11 Anti-passback).
Option: True APB (with door opening detection) – this option is available if the option
Enable APB (see above) is selected. This option activates so called True APB (see 2.11 Antipassback) which requires connection of door contact to controller’s input line with the function
[01]: Door contact
Option: APB Hard/APB Soft Schedule – this option is used for assigning the Schedule for
Soft and Hard APB (see 2.11 Anti-passback). Two predefined Schedules i.e. Always and Never are
already available and the administrator can also specify own Schedule by means of the option
Schedules in the main window of PR Master software. Within the periods defined by the
Schedule, Hard APB is applied and for the rest of time Soft APB is applied. Therefore selection of
Always Schedule results in permanent Hard APB while selection of Never Schedule results in
permanent Soft APB.
Option: APB Hard Auxiliary Condition – this option is used for assigning Auxiliary
Condition (see 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions) to APB Hard/APB Soft Schedule. If the
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condition is not satisfied then Soft APB is applied and if the condition is satisfied then APB Hard/
APB Soft Schedule is applied.
Option: APB Reset Schedule – this option is used for assigning Schedule to Anti-pass back
Register reset (see 2.11 Anti-passback). Predefined Never Schedule is already available and the
administrator can also specify own Schedule by means of the option Schedules in the main
window of PR Master software.
Parameter: Max. number of users allowed to occupy the room – this option is used
for limiting the maximum number of users in particular room with single door. The option concerns
Local Anti-passback (see 2.11 Anti-passback). In case of Global APB, the maximum number of users
in the room is defined when APB Zone is created by means of the option APB Zones in the main
window of PR Master software. The range of possible settings is from 1 to 3999 users.
Option: Internal door in APB Zone – this options is used to assign particular controller
(and its terminals) to APB Zone in order to configure internal door within this APB Zone. User can
be granted access at such door only if he entered APB Zone through one of entry points/terminals
to the APB Zone. For more information see 2.11 Anti-passback.
3.9 Timers tab
In this tab, the administrator can configure Timers (see 2.10 System Flags (Timers)). Timer can be
set in latch mode and then it triggers infinitely to opposite state (on/off) or it can be assigned with
time parameter which denotes how long the Timer is activated. The last possible setting is None
which means complete turning off the Timer.
Example:
Activation of
LIGHT Timer in latch mode, by means of controller input line with the function [68]:
Set LIGTH results in activation of controller output line with the function [64]: LIGHT. As the
Timer was in latch mode then the output line with the function [64] shall be activated till the
controller input line with the function [69]: Clear LIGTH is activated
If time is assigned to Timer then respective System Flag is activated for that time. The range of
possible settings is from 1 second to 120 minutes.
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Fig. 19 Timers tab
3.10 Keypad commands tab
In this tab, the administrator can configure rules regarding use of Keypad Commands at
controller/reader (see 2.18 Keypad Commands and 1.2 Design and architecture). It is possible to
get the information on command syntax by selection of the button Properties. In the newly
opened window, the administrator can assign Schedule and Auxiliary Condition to Keypad
Commands (see 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions). Two predefined Schedules i.e. Always
and Never are already available and the administrator can also specify own Schedule by means of
the option Schedules in the main window of PR Master software. The period defined by means of
parameters From… and To… signifies the time, when Keypad Command can be used but it still may
require authorization. When the Never Schedule is selected then the command is disabled. In the
same window, the administrator can select the option Authorization required. When the
option is activated then every use of particular Keypad Command requires authorization by means
of proximity card and/or PIN. The list of authorized users is configured by means of the option
Users allowed to use keypad commands in the main window of tab.
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Fig. 20 Keypad command tab
Option: Users allowed to use keypad commands – this option is used for selecting
users who can use Keypad Commands when authorization is enabled.
Option: Allow for commands entry on Terminal ID0 – when this option is selected
then Keypad Commands (see 2.18 Keypad Commands) can be entered by means of keypad at
Terminal ID0 (see 1.2 Design and architecture).
Option: Allow for commands entry on Terminal ID1 – when this option is selected
then Keypad Commands (see 2.18 Keypad Commands) can be entered by means of keypad at
Terminal ID1 (see 1.2 Design and architecture).
3.11 Input IN1…IN8 tabs
Depending on the number of input lines available in particular controller (see Table 1), respectively
3 to 8 tabs are displayed in controller properties. In the tab Input IN1 and the remaining tabs,
the administrator can assign function (see 2.13 Inputs) to particular input line. Moreover, type of
the line i.e. NC or NO can be selected and in case of T&A functions (see 2.19.2 Time&Attendance
based on RCP Master software) default T&A Mode can be specified. Schedule and Auxiliary
Condition (see 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions) can also be assigned to the input line. Two
predefined Schedules i.e. Always and Never are already available and the administrator can also
specify own Schedule by means of the option Schedules in the main window of PR Master
software. The period defined by means of parameters From… and To… signifies the time, when the
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input line can be used. In case of Always Schedule, the input line can be used all the time. The
Schedule does not signify the time when the input is activated but only the time when the line can
be activated.
Fig. 21 Input IN1 tab
3.12 Output IO1…IO2 tabs
Depending on the number of transistor output lines available in particular controller (see Table 1),
respectively 1 or 2 tabs are displayed in controller properties. In the tab IO1 Output or IO2
Output, the administrator can assign function (see 2.14 Outputs) to particular output line as well
as Schedule and Auxiliary Condition (see 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions). Two predefined
Schedules i.e. Always and Never are already available and the administrator can also specify own
Schedule by means of the option Schedules in the main window of PR Master software. The
period defined by means of parameters From… and To… signifies the time, when the output line
can be used. In case of Always Schedule, the output line can be used all the time. In general, the
Schedule does not signify the time when the output is activated but only the time when the line can
be activated. The only exceptions are functions [12]: Schedule and [13]: Schedule or PC
commands which actually are activated by assigned Schedule.
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Fig. 22 IO1 Output tab
3.13 Output REL1…REL2 tabs
Depending on the number of relays available in particular controller (see Table 1), respectively 1 or
2 tabs are displayed in controller properties. In the tab REL1 Output or REL2 Output, the
administrator can assign function (see 2.14 Outputs) to particular relay output line as well as
Schedule and Auxiliary Condition (see 2.16 Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions). Two predefined
Schedules i.e. Always and Never are already available and the administrator can also specify own
Schedule by means of the option Schedules in the main window of PR Master software. The
period defined by means of parameters From… and To… signifies the time, when the relay output
line can be used. In case of Always Schedule, the relay output line can be used all the time. The
Schedule does not signify the time when the relay output is activated but only the time when the
line can be activated. Default function for relay output REL 1 is [99]: Door lock and it is used
for door opening.
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Fig. 23 REL1 Output tab
3.14 XM-2 Inputs tab
The XM-2 expander can be connected to PRxx2 series controller (see 2.2.4 XM-2 I/O expander) in
order to increase the number of available inputs by two. The XM-2 expander must be connected to
the controller by means of RACS CLK/DTA bus (see 2.2.3 RACS CLK/DTA) and the option Enable
XM-2 in the Options tab must be selected. Inputs at XM-2 expander are configured in the same
way as inputs of controller which are available in Input IN1…IN8 tabs (see 3.11 Input
IN1…IN8)
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Fig. 24 XM-2 Inputs tab
3.15 XM-2 Outputs tab
The XM-2 expander can be connected to PRxx2 series controller (see 2.2.4 XM-2 I/O expander) in
order to increase the number of available relay outputs by two. The XM-2 expander must be
connected to the controller by means of RACS CLK/DTA bus (see 2.2.3 RACS CLK/DTA) and the
option Enable XM-2 in the Options tab must be selected. Relay outputs at XM-2 expander are
configured in the same way as relay outputs of controller which are available in REL1 …REL2
Outputs tabs (see 3.13 Output REL1…REL2 tabs)
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Fig. 25 XM-2 Outputs tab
3.16 F1…F4 keys tabs
Up to four function key tabs are displayed for controller. Physically, the keypad with 4 function keys
is available only in PR602LCD type controllers, but external readers with two function keys
(PRT12LT) can be connected to all Roger controllers. In F1…F4 key tabs, the administrator can
configure function keys at Terminal ID0 and ID1 (see 1.2 Design and architecture) selecting the
function (see 2.15 Function keys) and assigning Schedule as well as Auxiliary Condition (see 2.16
Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions). Two predefined Schedules i.e. Always and Never are already
available and the administrator can also specify own Schedule by means of the option Schedules
in the main window of PR Master software. The period defined by means of parameters From… and
To… signifies the time, when the function key can be used. In case of Always Schedule, the key can
be used all the time. In general, the Schedule does not signify the time when the function key is
activated but only the time when the key can be activated. In case of T&A functions (see 2.19.2
Time&Attendance based on RCP Master software) default T&A Mode can also be assigned to the
function key.
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Fig. 26 F1 key tab
3.17 HRT82FK tabs
The HRT82FK function key panel can be connected to PRxx2 series controller (see 2.2.7 HRT82FK
function key panel) in order to increase the number of available function keys by four. Each key can
be assigned with two different functions (primary and secondary) which are activated respectively
by short and long pressing. The HRT82FK panel must be connected to the controller by means of
RACS CLK/DTA bus (see 2.2.3 RACS CLK/DTA).
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Fig. 27 HRT82FK tab
Area: HRT panel
Option: Enable HRT82FK panel - when the option is selected then operation of the
controller with HRT82FK panel is enabled and both primary and secondary functions can be
assigned to the panel buttons. More information on HRT82FK panel is provided in 2.2.7 HRT82FK
function key panel and in HRT82FK Installation Guide which is available at www.roger.pl
Area: F1 primary function
There are four primary functions areas, each corresponding to respective function key. For each
button the administrator can assign primary function (see 2.15 Function keys) which is activated by
short pressing of the button as well as Schedule and Auxiliary Condition (see 2.16 Schedules and
Auxiliary Conditions). Two predefined Schedules i.e. Always and Never are already available and the
administrator can also specify own Schedule by means of the option Schedules in the main
window of PR Master software. The period defined by means of parameters From… and To…
signifies the time, when the function key can be used. In case of Always Schedule, the key can be
used all the time. In general, the Schedule does not signify the time when the function key is
activated but only the time when the key can be activated. In case of T&A functions (see 2.19.2
Time&Attendance based on RCP Master software) default T&A Mode can also be assigned to the
function key.
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Fig. 28 HRT82FK tab
Area: LED indicators on HRT82FK panel
Each LED indicator can be assigned with function (see 2.14 Outputs). In practical applications,
indicator is assigned the function associated with the key function in order to signal that the key
was used and adequate function or state was activated.
Example:
If the function [70]: Toggle LIGHT is assigned to F1 key and the function [64]: LIGHT is assigned
to associated LED indicator then each activation of LIGHT System Flag shall be confirmed by
switching F1 LED indicator on.
Area: F1 secondary function
There are four secondary functions areas, each corresponding to respective function key. For each
button the administrator can assign secondary function (see 2.15 Function keys) which is activated
by long (default 3 sec.) pressing of the button as well as Schedule and Auxiliary Condition (see 2.16
Schedules and Auxiliary Conditions). Two predefined Schedules i.e. Always and Never are already
available and the administrator can also specify own Schedule by means of the option Schedules
in the main window of PR Master software. The period defined by means of parameters From… and
To… signifies the time, when the function key can be used. In case of Always Schedule, the key can
be used all the time. In general, the Schedule does not signify the time when the function key is
activated but only the time when the key can be activated. In case of T&A functions (see 2.19.2
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Time&Attendance based on RCP Master software) default T&A Mode can also be assigned to the
function key.
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