8059 RF receiver users guide

8059 RF receiver users guide
26 bit Wiegand Programming
Press and hold the receiver programming button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown.
1
2
for approxamately 4 seconds and release. The programming LED will come on for (3) three seconds indicating that
the receiver is in 26-bit Wiegand output mode.
31 bit Wiegand Programming
Press and hold the receiver programming button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown.
1
2
3
for approxamately 6 seconds and release. The programming LED will come on for (3) three seconds indicating that
the receiver is in the 31-bit Wiegand output mode.
Facility Code Match Programming
Press and hold the receiver programming button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown.
1
2
3
4
4
4
5
for approxamately 10 seconds and release. The programming LED will come on for three (3) seconds indicating
that the receiver will check the facility code for a match before outputting the transmitter code.
8059 RF receiver ● users guide
No Facility Code Match Programming
Press and hold the receiver programming button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown.
1
2
3
4
4
4
5
6
for approxamately 12 seconds and release. The programming LED will come on for three (3) seconds indicating
that the receiver will ignore facility codes.
Memory Erase
When the memory is full, a long flash will activate when trying to program a new transmitter. To erase the memory
press and hold the receiver programming button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown.
1
2
3
4
4
This will erase all regular and master transmitters.
4
DoorKing’s 8059 receivers can be used as stand-alone or Wiegand applications. Stand-alone
applications can store up to 80 MicroCLIK transmitter codes activating its internal relay when
a valid transmitter code is received. Wiegand applications will output transmitter codes in
Wiegand format to an external Wiegand controller.
DKS DoorKing, Inc
Designed by DKS, DoorKing in California
120 Glasgow Avenue, Inglewood, Ca. 90301, 310.641.1589
8059-065-D-07-07
Stand-Alone Wiring
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
INPUT POWER COMMON
INPUT POWER 12-24 VOLT AC or DC
RELAY NORMALLY OPEN
RELAY NORMALLY CLOSED
RELAY COMMON
WIEGAND COMMON
WIEGAND DATA 0
WIEGAND DATA 1
1.
Connect 12-24 Volt AC or DC power to terminals 1 and 2. If DC power is used, terminal 1 is NEGATIVE and
terminal 2 is POSITVE. Use minimum18 AWG wire to power the receiver.
2. Connect the receiver relay contacts to the device to be activated. Terminal 3 is NORMALLY OPEN (N.O.),
terminal 4 is NORMALLY CLOSED (N.C.) and terminal 5 is COMMON (C). Use 18 AWG wire to connect the
receiver relay contacts to the operating device.
Wiegand Wiring
Terminal 2 is INPUT POWER (12-24 V), terminal 6 is Wiegand COMMON, terminal 7 is Wiegand DATA 0, and terminal 8 is
Wiegand DATA 1. Use 22 AWG shielded wire, maximum 200 feet, for Wiegand wiring. Connect these terminals to the
corresponding terminals on the Wiegand controller. Refer to the Wiegand controller installation manual 1815, 1817 or
1818 for detailed wiring information.
Master Transmitter Programming
The 8059 receiver master transmitter fuction allows you to program up to 4 (four) master transmitters. When a “Master
Transmitter” is activated, the receiver will automatically go into learn mode allowing additional transmitters to be programmed into the receiver memory.
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PROGRAMMING BUTTON
PROGRAMMING LED
WIEGAND PROGRAMMING LED’s
NOTE:

Master transmitters are not intended to be used as regular transmitters. Keep all master transmitters
in a safe place.
Press and hold the receiver programming button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown.
1
Receiver Programming
The 8059 receiver responds to transmitter codes defined by facility codes and button numbers. The receiver can
be programmed to respond only to button 1 while a second receiver can be programmed to respond only to button 2. A two (2) button transmitter can activate two (2) different receivers without fear of both receivers responding to the same transmitter code and button. Like wise one receiver can be programmed to respond to a specific
facility code while another can be programmed for a different facility code. In Wiegand output mode, you have
the option to decide if you want the receiver to match facility codes or not.
The receiver has seven programming functions:
1. Master Transmitter Programming
2. Transmitter Prgramming
3. 26-bit Wiegand Prgramming
4. 31-bit Wiegand Prgramming
5. Facility Code Match Prgramming
6. No Facility Code Match Prgramming
7. Memory Erase.
Installation
Install the 8059 receiver in a location where the antenna is not surrounded by metal. For better reception, when
mounting the antenna use a coax antenna kit and amplifier (Coax Antenna Kit p/n 8060-074, Antenna Amplifier
p/n 8058-080). The 8059 receiver is not designed to be installed outdoors, for outdoor installation an enclosure is
required (Outdoor Enclosure p/n 8057-110).
IMPORTANT:

Be sure the antenna, coax shield and F connector are completely isolated from the ground.

When troubleshooting, two (2) Wiegand output LED’s are provided on the side of the receiver case. These
LED’s will blink as Wiegand data is being transmitted.
2
3
4
4
4
5
6
7
8
The receiver is now in master transmitter program mode. Select a transmitter to designate as a master transmitter
press the button; the button, facility code and transmitter number are programmed into the receiver as a master
transmitter. The button, facility code and transmitter number must match in order to put the receiver into the
regular learn mode.
Transmitter Programming
1.
Press and hold the receiver programming button or the “Master Transmitter” button until the programming
LED flashes once (about 2 seconds), and release. The programming LED will flash once every second
indicating that you are in the transmitter programming mode.
2. While the programming LED is flashing, activate the transmitter(s) so that the receiver can record the
transmitter code(s) into memory. A maximum of 80 transmitter codes can be stored in the receiver memory.
3.
When all the transmitter have been programmed, wait ten (10) seconds, the programming LED will
come on for three (3) seconds and then go out indicating that the programming sequence has ended.
Wiegand Programming
At least one transmitter code must be programmed into the receiver memory, allowing the receiver to respond to
the facility code and transmitter button that will be used. This step is necessary so that the receiver knows which
button to respond to. For example, if a two (2) button transmitter code is programmed into the receiver using
button 2, the receiver will only respond to transmitter codes initiated by button 2. To have a receiver respond to
both buttons, you can program the transmitter code into the receiver twice, using button 1 and 2. If using more
than one facility code, or if the receiver is to respond to different transmitter buttons, simply program additional
transmitters, refer to Stand-Alone Programming.
NOTE:

The factory setting is for 26-bit and requires a facility code match. You need to program a transmitter into
the receiver, refer to Stand-Alone Programming.

Receivers manufactured prior 11/98 (board program chip REC 2) do not have the programming capability to
ignore facility codes. These receivers will always check the facility code.
Stand-Alone Wiring
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
INPUT POWER COMMON
INPUT POWER 12-24 VOLT AC or DC
RELAY NORMALLY OPEN
RELAY NORMALLY CLOSED
RELAY COMMON
WIEGAND COMMON
WIEGAND DATA 0
WIEGAND DATA 1
1.
Connect 12-24 Volt AC or DC power to terminals 1 and 2. If DC power is used, terminal 1 is NEGATIVE and
terminal 2 is POSITVE. Use minimum18 AWG wire to power the receiver.
2. Connect the receiver relay contacts to the device to be activated. Terminal 3 is NORMALLY OPEN (N.O.),
terminal 4 is NORMALLY CLOSED (N.C.) and terminal 5 is COMMON (C). Use 18 AWG wire to connect the
receiver relay contacts to the operating device.
Wiegand Wiring
Terminal 2 is INPUT POWER (12-24 V), terminal 6 is Wiegand COMMON, terminal 7 is Wiegand DATA 0, and terminal 8 is
Wiegand DATA 1. Use 22 AWG shielded wire, maximum 200 feet, for Wiegand wiring. Connect these terminals to the
corresponding terminals on the Wiegand controller. Refer to the Wiegand controller installation manual 1815, 1817 or
1818 for detailed wiring information.
Master Transmitter Programming
The 8059 receiver master transmitter fuction allows you to program up to 4 (four) master transmitters. When a “Master
Transmitter” is activated, the receiver will automatically go into learn mode allowing additional transmitters to be programmed into the receiver memory.
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PROGRAMMING BUTTON
PROGRAMMING LED
WIEGAND PROGRAMMING LED’s
NOTE:

Master transmitters are not intended to be used as regular transmitters. Keep all master transmitters
in a safe place.
Press and hold the receiver programming button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown.
1
Receiver Programming
The 8059 receiver responds to transmitter codes defined by facility codes and button numbers. The receiver can
be programmed to respond only to button 1 while a second receiver can be programmed to respond only to button 2. A two (2) button transmitter can activate two (2) different receivers without fear of both receivers responding to the same transmitter code and button. Like wise one receiver can be programmed to respond to a specific
facility code while another can be programmed for a different facility code. In Wiegand output mode, you have
the option to decide if you want the receiver to match facility codes or not.
The receiver has seven programming functions:
1. Master Transmitter Programming
2. Transmitter Prgramming
3. 26-bit Wiegand Prgramming
4. 31-bit Wiegand Prgramming
5. Facility Code Match Prgramming
6. No Facility Code Match Prgramming
7. Memory Erase.
Installation
Install the 8059 receiver in a location where the antenna is not surrounded by metal. For better reception, when
mounting the antenna use a coax antenna kit and amplifier (Coax Antenna Kit p/n 8060-074, Antenna Amplifier
p/n 8058-080). The 8059 receiver is not designed to be installed outdoors, for outdoor installation an enclosure is
required (Outdoor Enclosure p/n 8057-110).
IMPORTANT:

Be sure the antenna, coax shield and F connector are completely isolated from the ground.

When troubleshooting, two (2) Wiegand output LED’s are provided on the side of the receiver case. These
LED’s will blink as Wiegand data is being transmitted.
2
3
4
4
4
5
6
7
8
The receiver is now in master transmitter program mode. Select a transmitter to designate as a master transmitter
press the button; the button, facility code and transmitter number are programmed into the receiver as a master
transmitter. The button, facility code and transmitter number must match in order to put the receiver into the
regular learn mode.
Transmitter Programming
1.
Press and hold the receiver programming button or the “Master Transmitter” button until the programming
LED flashes once (about 2 seconds), and release. The programming LED will flash once every second
indicating that you are in the transmitter programming mode.
2. While the programming LED is flashing, activate the transmitter(s) so that the receiver can record the
transmitter code(s) into memory. A maximum of 80 transmitter codes can be stored in the receiver memory.
3.
When all the transmitter have been programmed, wait ten (10) seconds, the programming LED will
come on for three (3) seconds and then go out indicating that the programming sequence has ended.
Wiegand Programming
At least one transmitter code must be programmed into the receiver memory, allowing the receiver to respond to
the facility code and transmitter button that will be used. This step is necessary so that the receiver knows which
button to respond to. For example, if a two (2) button transmitter code is programmed into the receiver using
button 2, the receiver will only respond to transmitter codes initiated by button 2. To have a receiver respond to
both buttons, you can program the transmitter code into the receiver twice, using button 1 and 2. If using more
than one facility code, or if the receiver is to respond to different transmitter buttons, simply program additional
transmitters, refer to Stand-Alone Programming.
NOTE:

The factory setting is for 26-bit and requires a facility code match. You need to program a transmitter into
the receiver, refer to Stand-Alone Programming.

Receivers manufactured prior 11/98 (board program chip REC 2) do not have the programming capability to
ignore facility codes. These receivers will always check the facility code.
26 bit Wiegand Programming
Press and hold the receiver programming button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown.
1
2
for approxamately 4 seconds and release. The programming LED will come on for (3) three seconds indicating that
the receiver is in 26-bit Wiegand output mode.
31 bit Wiegand Programming
Press and hold the receiver programming button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown.
1
2
3
for approxamately 6 seconds and release. The programming LED will come on for (3) three seconds indicating that
the receiver is in the 31-bit Wiegand output mode.
Facility Code Match Programming
Press and hold the receiver programming button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown.
1
2
3
4
4
4
5
for approxamately 10 seconds and release. The programming LED will come on for three (3) seconds indicating
that the receiver will check the facility code for a match before outputting the transmitter code.
8059 RF receiver ● users guide
No Facility Code Match Programming
Press and hold the receiver programming button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown.
1
2
3
4
4
4
5
6
for approxamately 12 seconds and release. The programming LED will come on for three (3) seconds indicating
that the receiver will ignore facility codes.
Memory Erase
When the memory is full, a long flash will activate when trying to program a new transmitter. To erase the memory
press and hold the receiver programming button and follow the flashing LED sequence as shown.
1
2
3
4
4
This will erase all regular and master transmitters.
4
DoorKing’s 8059 receivers can be used as stand-alone or Wiegand applications. Stand-alone
applications can store up to 80 MicroCLIK transmitter codes activating its internal relay when
a valid transmitter code is received. Wiegand applications will output transmitter codes in
Wiegand format to an external Wiegand controller.
DKS DoorKing, Inc
Designed by DKS, DoorKing in California
120 Glasgow Avenue, Inglewood, Ca. 90301, 310.641.1589
8059-065-D-07-07
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