hhl-access - Prosec AS

hhl-access - Prosec AS
HHL-ACCESS
(English)
Version 3.0
17/04/2000
Lauttasaarentie 50, 00200 Helsinki p. 09 - 68 281 f. 09 - 673 576
CONTENTS
General information
A
System layout
B
Connections
∆ XP-card
∆ NP-card
∆ Reader heads
C
1
2
3
Quickstart
∆ programming cards
∆ setting system date/time
D
1
2
Programming with HHL-control program
∆ Contents
∆ Programming for the first time
∆ Cards
∆ Doors
∆ Time programs
∆ Access levels
∆ Relay levels
∆ Group (bypass) levels
∆ Questions and answers
∆ Group switching
∆ Settings
∆ Transactions
∆ Present persons
E
2
3
5
7
12
13
14
15
16
20
21
22
25
Door connection box and battery setup
∆ HEDBOX and HedConnect
∆ Main cabling / connecting shields
∆ AHNP/8A battery connection
∆ HHL-LBR battery control
F
1
1
2
2
Using keypad readers
G
About connecting the HHL-unit
H
Lock control and state indication
∆ Outputs of the NP-card
∆ Inputs of the NP-card ( timing diagram )
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HHL-ACCESS:
-General information
A1
OPERATION:
Basicly the HHL-ACCESS system works as a normal access control system: a card ( proximity tag or a magnetstripe card ) opens the door based
on the cards access rights and the access event ( whether it was accepted or rejected ) is stored on the system event memory ( events can also be
printed ONLINE ). Access level, i.e. thru which doors and on what time a card has access is set to each card and the time can be different on
different doors. The access to a certain area can also be limited to the incoming of another card : a card with a higher user level must enter the
area first and only after that can a different card enter! In addition doors can be programmed to be open with weekly time programs ( no card
needed ). Also special time programs can be used that check first if there is anyone in the building, and if is, only then is the door controlled open.
Secondly is the system designed for controlling the HHL32 to HHL512 burglar alarm unit family. HHL-ACCESS system is namely controlling burglar
alarm unit’s alarm groups ( areas in building ) : group off when entering and back on when exiting, based on the direction we move in the building
— with no extra panels needed. Direction is interpreted from 2-sided readers ( a reader both side of the door ) or from a keypad reader that is used
with a personal four number code plus a fifth digit : the function number.
Functions [function numbers ]:
‘in’ to an area .....................................................................................
‘out’ of an area ...................................................................................
‘all out’ : areas masked with the group level of the door and the card .
‘all out’ : areas masked only with the group level of the card ...............
( so ‘all out’ function means = force group back on )
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
In addition can each alarm area be programmed with a weekly clock to automatically set people out of the groups and set the group back on.
Switching group back on is made only if there is noone in. This means that there is a time interval between the all out time and the group on time
during which a person can go and registrate back ‘in’ to the group, if he or she wants to continue staying in the area. This function makes sure that
the ‘I forgot to show my card when I left’ people are handled in a discrete way and that the area will be turned back on.
PROGRAMMING:
The access rights of the cards and all rest of the data is located in the memory of the HHL-ACCESS XP system board. Programming is made with
HHL-Control program ‘thru’ the HHL-burglar alarm unit. The access control part of the system can be programmed also in a quickstart manner
using only XP-cards MODE jumpers and one door units reader. The limitation in quickstart is that no time differences can be made : all selected
cards will be valid thru every door in system. The quickstart is made for ‘fridaynight’ assemblers.
PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES:
To each card ( not all listed here ):
•= access levels is a week program set to each door of the system : on which time the card will open and which door will it
open. Level can be set separately for going out & incoming.
•= group level covers the areas that the card has the right to turn off ( and on )
•= access code is four numbers long. On a door that is equipped with a keypad reader the card holder gives the access code
plus the function number ( = total of five numbers ). ( a card can also be configured as a user that uses no access code and
is allowed to enter areas only after somebody else has entered them.)
•= user level defines the function numbers the card holder is allowed to use : a card without access code, or is it allowed to
take care of other people by the ‘all out’ function numbers, or is the holder just taking care of her/himself.
•= facility code the system can hold two different facility codes — a quarding company could have single set of tags and
program them to each of their customers systems!
To each door ( not all listed here ):
•= time programs the time that there’s free access thru the door
•= pull delays the time that the door will stay open when tag is shown or door open button is pressed
•= group levels combine the areas that are turned off ( ‘in’ level ) and on ( ‘out’ level ) when the door is entered or exited. To
have a separate ‘out’ level means that on the outermost doors system can make sure that the card is ‘thrown’ out of all the
areas in the building ( of course the areas that will be turned off when entering depend on the group level of the entering
card! )
•= code programs hold 1) the time that access code is needed and 2) the time that only the first card entering the area needs
to use the code! In the second case the code must be given BEFORE the card when exiting.
•= with group state program can certain doors be set to stay open, if there are people in. This means that for instance the
door’s safety lock can be programmed to be open always when there are people in the area and the normal lock only on
working hours IF THERE is someone in. the door will not open if noone has entered the building and the door will close after
the time set even if someone stays in the area e.g. to work overtime!
To each group:
•= all out time tells the system the time that cards should be thrown out of the area. Time is set for each week day separately.
•= group on time is also set separately to each week day. It tells the time, when a group is forced back on IF noone is ‘in’ the
group.
SYSTEM LIMITATIONS:
max amount of cards................
max door amount.....................
prograamble i/o points…………
connectable groups.....................
event memory ..........................
facility codes ............................
time programs ............................
access levels .............................
group levels .......................
holidays ....................................
600 ( number can be chosen freely between 1- 50 000 )
16 keypad readers + 16 simple card readers ( = 16 “double sided” doors )
48 relay outputs & 48 inputs
32
5200 ( shared with all doors )
2
0 + 26 ( time programs are weekly routines ( + holiday ) and are shared with all system components :
access levels, door time programs, door code programs etc. )
0 + 26 ( access level = a week program set separately to all doors )
0 + 26
26
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HHL-ACCESS XP/NP version 3.0/3.0 ->
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- PC / HHL-control
or HHL-DIAL
CABELS:
1 MHS 10*2, main cabel, from door to door.
2 MHS 5*2, from reader head to NP-card
( in case the reader head is located in the door, a
flexible cabel is needed ! )
- a separate powersupply for door
units and locks
Direct rs232 or public phone
line used with a modem. Direct
connection should have local
modems, if distance is over 15m.
HHL-ACCESS
NP
3 MHS 1*4, e.g. the push button
4 MHS 3*2, HHL-KLS connection, HHL128/DIL128
connection to XP-card
1
24 VDC
1
- burglar alarm unit
- door units ( max 16 )
- max 16 door unit
driver
HHL-128
(HHL-32)
- ovikortti
4
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HHL-ACCESS
XP
DIL 128
HHL-ACCESS
NP
2
2
HHL-ACCESS
NP
3
- rs-connection
card
HHL-ACCESS XP/NP versions 3.0->/ 3.0->
4
3
HHLKLS
- user panel
for HHL
- ovikortti
Matrix printer
- HHL - events
- ACCESS -events
ON-LINE
- connected to a door unit
1) keypad reader ( outside )
and ordinary reader ( + push button )
2) ordinary reader both sides of the
door ( + push button )
3) keypad reader and push button
4) ordinary reader and push button
all with 1 or 2 lock controls ( +1 extra control )
1
- ovikortti
HHL-ACCESS
NP
HHL-ACCESS XP
F5 "+"
PIN 1 "DC +"
F5 "-"
PIN 4 "OUT -"
SERIAL COMMUNICATION LEDs :
GREEN = XP polling NP card
RED = NP card answering to XP
In normal state these LEDs are blinking in high frequency.
GREEN = data sending to HHL central ( or through HHL to PC )
RED = data receiving from HHL central ( or through HHL from PC )
These LEDs blink only when sending/receiving data with PC
or, when XP/HHL talk to each other: synchronize clocks or group state.
Note 1: fuse F3
on HHL-128
( HHL-32 )
is not suitable
for ACCESS-XP
power supply!
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DC-
PWR
on/off
OUT+
OUT-
VOLTAGE SEL
READER 1,2
J9 IN=LOW
J9 OUT=HIGH
B1
A1
J6
NC
NO
DR1
DC+
J7
NC
NO
DR2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
J8
NC
NO
BYP
Note 2: Power supply
negative line is
really connected to
pin "OUT -" on XP
side.
POWER SUPPLY JUMPER :
OFF
= supply disconnected
ON
= supply connected
B2
A2
RX1
TX1
RX2
RS1
485
232
RS2
485
232
DS80C320
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HHL-128 ( HHL-32 )
-
27C512
S1
S2
RESET
TX2
YL
RD+
G1
RAM DS1248Y
RD-
R1
RD0
G2
RD1
R2
RD+
RDRD0
RD1
I1
S1
S2
A
D
D
R
M
O
D
E
4
3
2
1
I2
I3
DO
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
SERIAL MODE CHOISE:
RS1 : set to 232
RS2 : set to 485
HHL-ACCESS XP version 3.0 ->
HHL-128 ( HHL-32 )
HHL-ACCESS XP
DIL 128 "RX" SER1 (A)
PIN 10 "RS1 T"
DIL 128 "TX" SER1 (A)
PIN 9 "RS1 R"
DIL 128 "-" SER1 (A)
PIN 4 "OUT-"
HHL-ACCESS XP
PIN 8 "A2"
PIN 8 "A2"
PIN 7 "B2"
PIN 7 "B2"
MODE JUMPERS J5:
[1] ON
= Total system reset
( see QUICKSTART on page D1 and D2)
[2] not in use set to OFF
ADDRESS SWITCHES S1 ja S2:
S1 : number of door units : 0 - F (~1 - 16 )
S2 : the address of the HHL burglar
alarm unit : 0 - 9 .
[3] PRINTING
OFF = no printing to HHL-printer
ON
= ONLINE event printing to HHL-printer.
( follows the printing timelimits set to HHL ! )
Printout example:
DIL128 card has to ports. The port Access uses
is programmed in HHL-burglar alarm units service
menu '95 SERIAL PORTS' either to SER1 or SER2 !
HHL-ACCESS NP
STATE INDICATOR RELAYS
DR1 : a potential free output, that shows the sum state
of all I1 states of all the NP cards. If any of the I1 states
in the system is open this relay is pulled ( active ).
Normally I1 is the state of the user lock.
DR2 : same as above but to I2 states. Normally I2 is the
state of the safety lock.
DR3 : fault output that is activated if any of the NP-cards
in OFFLINE state.
The type off relay 1, 2 and 3 control ( normally open /
closed ) is selected with the jumpers J6, J7 and J8
respectively.
> MO0302 124532 Main door Cleaning Woman rejected
Access header date:nnddmmyy time:hhmmss exp.
NOTE !
[4] OFF
ON
= programming via HHL with PC disabled
= programming via HHL with HHL-control
program enabled
NOT IN USE
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
DC+
DC-
PWR
on/off
OUT+
OUT-
VOLTAGE SEL
READER 1,2
J9 IN=LOW
J9 OUT=HIGH
B1
A1
B2
A2
RX1
TX1
RX2
J6
NC
NO
DR1
GREEN = NP answer
RED
= XP polling
J7
NC
NO
DR2
COMMUNICATION LEDS :
J8
NC
NO
BYP
READER HEAD VOLTAGE SELECTING J9:
OFF
= "Reader 1 and Reader 2 +/-" : +12VDC
used with Indala's proximity readers KV-504 and
KL-504 connected to NP
ON
= "Reader 1 and Reader 2 +/-" : +5VDC
used with magnetstripe readers KV-51T and KL-6AT1
connected to NP
Do NOT connect mains to ACCESS NP -card until
you are sure that this jumper is ON, if you are using
magnetstripe readers --- high output (12VDC) will
damage the KV51T and KL6AT1 readers!
RS1
485
232
RS2
485
232
DS80C320
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POWER SUPPLY JUMPER:
OFF = supply disconnected
ON = supply connected
-
27C512
S1
S2
RESET
TX2
YL
RD+
G1
RAM DS1244Y
RAM DS1248Y
RD-
R1
RD0
G2
RD1
R2
RD+
RD-
I1
S1
S2
RD0
RD1
A
D
D
R
M
O
D
E
I2
4
3
2
1
I3
DO
HHL-ACCESS NP version 3.0 ->
24VDC
( or previous NP )
HHL-ACCESS NP
24 VDC+
( pin 1 "DC+" )
PIN 1 "DC+"
24 VDC ( pin 2 "DC -")
PIN 2 "DC -"
HHL-ACCESS XP
( or previous NP )
HHL-ACCESS NP
PIN 8 "A2"
PIN 8 "A2"
PIN 7 "B2"
PIN 7 "B2"
PINS
40 - 39 "DR1"
normal lock ( programmable )
PINS
38 - 37 "DR2"
safety lock ( programmable )
PINS
36 - 35 "DR3"
programmable
Control type ( normally open NO / normally
closed NC ) selected with jumpers J6 - J8
YL-OUTPUT ( see page I1/2 )
PINS
29 "YL" - 17 "RD2+" door alarm pre-warning
LOCK STATE INDICATION / INPUTS ( see page I2/2 )
PINS
24 "I1" - 34 "-"
normal lock state ( progr. )
PINS
23 "I2" - 33 "-"
safety lock state (programmable)
PINS
22 "I3" - 33 "-"
door state ( programmable )
State indicators must be potential free and normally
closed ( ~ when lock is open -> switch is open )!
PUSH BUTTON
A closing switch between pins 32 "-" and 21 "DO"
Button connectors must be potential free! Connecting
the "DO" of a NP-card to the "DO" of another NP is not
allowed!
SERIAL MODE
CHOISE:
RS1 :set to 485
RS2 :set to 485
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
LOCK / RELAY CONNECTION ( see page I1/2 )
ADDRESS SWITCHES S1 ja S2:
MODE JUMPERS J5
S1 : door unit address : 0 - F (~1. - 16. ) MODE1 MODE 2
OFF
S2 :
if PROXIMITY READERS ( Indala) =>
not in use ( set to 0 )
ON
if MAGNETSTRIPE READERS =>
S2 marks the card type used:
OFF
0
: Hedengren
1
: RCO
2-E : not in use
ON
F
: free ( teached to XP )
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
:
[3] OFF = on system fault ( no connectionto XP )
door will get locked
ON = on system fault door will stay open if
reader head 1 and reader head 2
it was open before system fault
are magnetstripe readers of type
[4] OFF = on system fault door will not open
KV-51T
with access cards
reader head 1 is KV-6AT1 magnet
ON = on system fault door will open with
stripe keypad reader and reader
all cards
head 2 is empty or of type KV-51T
( MODE4 ON can be used when testing
reader head 1 is KL40 (RCO)
the door environment, if HHL-ACCESS
magnet stripe keypad reader and
XP card is not yet connected. The system
reader head 2 is empty or of type
fault is indicated on the reader head with
KV51T
blinking red and green which takes app.
system uses proximity readers
NOTE: both ON even if reader head 15 seconds from startup ) !
2 was empty!
HHL-ACCESS :
- connecting reader heads
MAGNETSTRIPE READERS:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
0
#
RED
BLACK
C3/3
NP-CARD
READER HEAD
KL-6AT1 ( MR Sensors 6AT1 )
Head 1 ( Reader 1)
Head 2 ( Reader 2 )
RED
PIN 13 "Reader 1 +"
not connectable
BLACK
PIN 14 "Reader 1 -"
not connectable
BROWN
PIN 15 "Reader 1 0"
not connectable
YELLOW
PIN 16 "Reader 1 1"
not connectable
ORANGE
PIN 27 "R1"
not connectable
GREEN
PIN 28 "G1"
not connectable
KV-51T ( MR Sensors 51T2C )
HEAD 1 ( Reader 1 )
HEAD 2 ( Reader 2 )
RED
PIN 13 "Reader 1 +"
PIN 17 "Reader 2 +"
BLACK
PIN 14 "Reader 1 -"
PIN 18 "Reader 2 -"
BROWN
PIN 15 "Reader 1 0"
PIN 19 "Reader 2 0"
YELLOW
PIN 16 "Reader 1 1"
PIN 20 "Reader 2 1"
ORANGE
PIN 28 "G1"
PIN 26 "G2"
BROWN
YELLOW
ORANGE
READER HEAD
PROXIMITY READERS:
RED
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
0
#
NP-CARD
KL-504 ( Motorola ARK-501 )
HEAD 1 ( Reader 1)
HEAD 2 ( Reader 2 )
RED
PIN 13 "Reader 1 +"
not connectable
BLACK
PIN 14 "Reader 1 -"
not connectable
GREEN
PIN 15 "Reader 1 0"
not connectable
WHITE
PIN 16 "Reader 1 1"
not connectable
ORANGE
PIN 28 "G1"
not connectable
BROWN
PIN 27 "R1"
not connectable
KV-504 ( Motorola ASR-503 )
HEAD 1 ( Reader 1 )
HEAD 2 ( Reader 2 )
RED
PIN 13 "Reader 1 +"
PIN 17 "Reader 2 +"
BLACK
PIN 14 "Reader 1 -"
PIN 18 "Reader 2 -"
GREEN
PIN 15 "Reader 1 0"
PIN 19 "Reader 2 0"
WHITE
PIN 16 "Reader 1 1"
PIN 20 "Reader 2 1"
ORANGE
PIN 28 "G1"
PIN 26 "G2"
BROWN
PIN 27 "R1"
PIN 25 "R2"
BLACK
GREEN
WHITE
ORANGE
BROWN
RED
BLACK
GREEN
WHITE
ORANGE
BROWN
A SEPARATE SPEAKER MAY BE USED FOR SOUNDS :
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NP PIN 31 "S1" ; SPEAKER -
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NP PIN 4 " OUT -"
HHL-ACCESS NP version 3.0 ->
PWR
on/off
OUT+
OUT-
VOLTAGE SEL
READER 1,2
J9 IN=LOW
J9 OUT=HIGH
B1
A1
B2
A2
RX1
TX1
RX2
J6
NC
NO
DR1
DC-
J7
NC
NO
DR2
DC+
J8
NC
NO
RS1
485
232
RS2
485
232
DS80C320
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
BYP
HHL-ACCESS : - startup,quickstart, XP's MODE1
27C512
S1
S2
RESET
TX2
YL
RD+
RAM DS1248Y
G1
RD-
R1
RD0
G2
RD1
R2
RD+
RDRD0
RD1
I1
S1
S2
A
D
D
R
M4
O 3
D 2
E 1
I2
I3
DO
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
D1/2
MODE JUMPERS J5:
[1] Closest to the side of the card!
ADDRESS SWITCHES S1 and S2:
S1 : number of door units : 0 - F (~1 - 16 )
S2 : address of the HHL : 0 - 9 .
MODE1 FUNCTIONS:
Total system reset ( done also when mains are connected to XP for the very first time ) :
When mains are connected to XP-card or when the Reset jumper is connected and released while MODE1 jumper is ON the system
performs a so called Master Reset initializing the memory in the following manner :
1) Event memory is cleared, a 'Mains on' -event is generated as the first event
( the time and date of that first event may be meaningless ( = old ) for an uninitialized RAM chip )
2) Holidays are zeroed
3) Group levels are zeroed
4) Group time programs are zeroed
5) Doors are initialized:
Time program for R1, R2 and R3 = 0, no program
Group levels 'in' and 'out' are set to 0, no level
Code programs are zeroed
Push button program = 'A', ( set to allways in week programs! )
Pull delays for relays R1, R2 and R3 = 6 seconds
Alarm delays for relays R1, R2 and R3 = 30 seconds
Pulling relays on head 1 are R1 and R2
Pulling relays on head 2 ( and push button ) are R1 and R2
Group state relays are none
Group state programs for relays R1, R2 and R3 = 0, no program
Input type for I1 and I2 is State indicator ; I3 is not in use
Input binding : I1 is binded to relay1, I2 is binded to relay 2 ; I3 is not binded
Output type for R1 and R2 is lock control ; R3 is an input follower
Output binding : R1 and R2 : not binded ; R3 binded to inputs I1 and I2
6) Day programs from 'B' to 'Z' are zeroed, 'A' -day program is set to be valid round the clock ( = 00:00 - 23:59 )
7) Week programs 'B' - 'Z' are zeroed, 'A'-week program follows day program 'A' every day ==> Week program 'A' is valid always
on holidays and from Monday to Sunday.
8) Access levels 'B'-'Z' are zeroed, 'A'-level follows Week program 'A' ( = access allowed always ) on every door ( 1 to 16 ).
9) Cards are initialized:
Number
0
Group level
0
User level
0-Base
Access levels
0 , no access
Facility
FAC1
Access code
0000
Locked
0 ~ no
Name
""
Carddata
emptied
Quick start :
If MODE1-jumper is ON, when a card is pulled on any of the doors in the system, the pulled card will be initialized to the system
memory in the following manner:
- if the card is the first card pulled after reset, Facility 1 will be set according to the card pulled
Facilitycode:
- if the card number is pulled for the first time, it will be initialized :
Kulkukortti:
Memory index = cards number -1 ( or first free memory place if free
mg-stripe date used )
Number
cards number
Group level
0
User level
1-Right 0/1
Access levels
both A
Facility
FAC1
Access code
the number of the card filled with leading zeroes and '1234' if free mg-stripe
Locked
no
Name
"N:dd.mm.yy hh.mm.ss" where dd.mm.yy is the creation date and hh.mm.ss
the creation time
Carddata
emptied
Keeping MODE1 ON on XP-card and pulling cards with any of the NP's reader we get a system where all the cards pulled
( facility must be the same as it was on the first card ) will have access thru every door in the system .
NOTE !
ALLTHOUGH THE MEMORY IS INITIALIZED WHEN MAINS ARE CONNECTED TO THE XP CARD FOR THE
VERY FIRST TIME IT IS A GOOD HABBIT TO ACTIVELY DO THE MASTER RESET ( MODE 1 ON ) ONCE,
TO AVOID ANY POSSIBLE FAULTY INITALIZATION. ( The RAM-Chip may have been used on previous
versions of ACCESS XP even if it is shipped straight from HEDENGREN Security )
REMEMBER TO TAKE THE MODE1 JUMPER OFF AFTER QUICKSTART -> OTHERWISE SYSTEM
WILL BE MASTER RESETTED IN CASE OF A POWER FAILURE!
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HHL-ACCESS XP version 3.0 ->
HHL-ACCESS : - startup, quickstart, XP's MODE1
D2/2
Setting the system date and time with 'quickstart' MODE1 ON :
Date and time can be set to ACCESS-XP card by using only the switches and MODE jumpers. The actual set command of the date & time
components is done with the push button ( DO ) input of the XP card ( closed with the same side groud (-) pin for app. 3 seconds ).
YEAR
MONTH
DAY
HOUR
MINUTE
WEEK DAY
S1
*10 [ 9 - 7 ]
*10 [ 0 - 1 ]
*10 [ 0 - 3 ]
*10 [ 0 - 2 ]
*10 [ 0 - 5 ]
*10 [ 0 ]
S2
*1 [ 0 - 9 ]
*1 [ 0 - 1 ]
*1 [ 0 - 9 ]
*1 [ 0 - 9 ]
*1 [ 0 - 9 ]
*1 [ 1 - 7 ]
MODE 4
MODE 3
MODE 2
MODE 1
Table above lists the possible values of switches S1 and S2. Tens of years : 9 ~ 1990 --- 7 ~ 2070 and week day : 1 ~ MO --- 7 ~ SU.
Accepted save is indicated with a fast high sound "pi - pi - pi" ; a low "toot" is played on rejection. Every accepted saving zeroes the seconds !
SAVING
EXAMPLE : setting the system time to Tuesday 03.02.1998 time 14:53:00
C D
C D
B
A
6
7
9
C D
B
A
C D
B
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2
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C D
B
7
9
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C D
C D
B
A
0
1
6
7
9
8
A
6
C D
5
B
2
4
5
7
9
8
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7
S2 = 4
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8
9
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R2
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I2
I3
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4
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8
9
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7
9
8
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5
6
9
8
6
9
8
A
6
A
7
1
4
A
6
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5
A
7
9
8
A
9
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4
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S1 = 1
0
2
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5
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7
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S2 = 3
S1 = 0
F
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E
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E
2
4
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3
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E
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S2 = 2
S1 = 0
0
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F
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5
MODE 4
MODE 3
and switches
MODE 2
MODE 1
and save with the push button input, until quick high
sound : pi - pi - pi !
MODE 4
MODE 3
MINUTE:
MODE 2
Set the MODE jumpers
and switches
MODE 1
and save with the push button input, until quick high
sound : pi - pi - pi !
HOUR:
Set the MODE jumpers
1
4
MODE 4
MODE 3
and switches
MODE 2
MODE 1
and save with the push button input, until quick high
sound : pi - pi - pi !
MODE 4
WEEK DAY:
MODE 3
Set the MODE jumpers
and switches
MODE 2
MODE 1
and save with the push button input, until quick high
sound : pi - pi - pi !
DAY:
Set the MODE jumpers
0
F
E
3
MODE 4
MODE 3
YEAR:
MODE 2
Set the MODE jumpers
and switches
MODE 1
and save with the push button input, until quick high
sound : pi - pi - pi !
MODE 4
MODE 3
MONTH:
MODE 2
Set the MODE jumpers
and switches
MODE 1
and save with the push button input, until quick high
sound : pi - pi - pi !
S2 = 3
HHL-ACCESS XP version 3.0->
VERSION 1.0
REVISION 3
17. April 2000
HHL-Access
Part E
Programming with
HHL-Control program version 5.7x (NT)
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HHL-ACCESS
Contents
CONTENTS ..................................................................................................................................................................2
PROGRAMMING FOR THE FIRST TIME… ................................................................................................................3
PROGRAMMING ORDER ................................................................................................................................................4
CARDS..........................................................................................................................................................................5
FIELDS: ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
TOOLS: ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
TRANSFER: ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
DOORS .........................................................................................................................................................................7
TIME PROGRAMS .........................................................................................................................................................7
OTHER DOOR DATA......................................................................................................................................................7
TOOLS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
TRANSFER: .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 11
TIMEPROGRAMS ......................................................................................................................................................12
FIELDS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
TOOLS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
TRANSFER: .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
ACCESS LEVELS ......................................................................................................................................................13
FIELDS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
TOOLS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
TRANSFER: .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 14
RELAY LEVELS .........................................................................................................................................................14
FIELDS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
TOOLS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
TRANSFER: .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 14
GROUP LEVELS ........................................................................................................................................................15
FIELDS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
TOOLS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
TRANSFER: .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 15
A FEW EXAMPLES: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS? ..............................................................................................16
BYPASS LEVEL IN / OUT : WHY TWO LEVELS? .............................................................................................................16
How are groups bypassed when a door is entered/exited? .............................................................................................. 16
How to secure that when somebody exits an exterior door he/she is not left in any of the groups? ................................ 16
How to make the bypassing “follow” the card holder in a communicating door ( levels from previous pages table )? ..... 17
3-DIFFERENT LEVELS OF FLOORS IN AN ELEVATOR CAN BE DONE WITH THE RELAY LEVELS!..........................................17
Connection ....................................................................................................................................................................... 17
TWO DOORS WITH ONLY ONE NP-CARD!?!..................................................................................................................18
Two reader heads: history and geography ....................................................................................................................... 18
One reader head: ladies and gents .................................................................................................................................. 18
WHAT ARE AT SITE RELAY, AT SITE CONTROL AND AT SITE RELAY LEVEL - WHY ISN’T SIMPLE TIME CONTROL ENOUGH?.19
Safety locks are needed to be open always, when anyone is in the building and the main doors user lock on working
hours if someone is in the reception area? ...................................................................................................................... 19
GROUP SWITCHING .................................................................................................................................................20
FIELDS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
TOOLS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
TRANSFER: .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 20
SETTINGS ..................................................................................................................................................................21
FIELDS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Daylight saving - standard time changes ......................................................................................................................... 21
Other................................................................................................................................................................................. 21
TOOLS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
TRANSFER: .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 21
TRANSACTIONS........................................................................................................................................................22
Event storing to the Access XP card .......................................................................................................................................................... 22
FIELDS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
TOOLS: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
TRANSFER: .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 24
PRESENT PERSONS.................................................................................................................................................25
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PROGRAMMING FOR THE FIRST TIME…
Once the HHL-Control Program panel is
opened programming will be started by
pressing the “PROG” button. HHL Access
programming menu is revealed under the
“HHLAccess” button.
HHLAccess button is shown grayed? Access ( version ) is not selected with the HHL Setup program:
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PROGRAMMING ORDER
It is not efficient to start the programming from card information “Cards” ( though this manual follows the order of
the drop down menu under the HHLAccess button ) rather is the following order recommended:
1) select “Setup” : set facility code ( codes ). If You have used Quickstart (see Part D pages 1-2) to
program the cards and facility code then the settings should be read from the XP-card. Check the time on
the XP-card. The clock is updated ( i.e. synchronized ) every time the HHL clock is set. Thus setting the XPclock from this dialog should be left to stand-alone XP-card installations only!
2) select “Time Programs” : build all the day-week routines needed. Keep in mind direct door controlling,
access levels and code usage programs among others.
3) select “Access levels” : collect weekly time programs into Access levels - a week program letter to each
door. select “Relay levels” to make the specialties ( e.g. floor access definitions for elevators ).
4) select “Group levels” to create the needed group combinations : cards need levels that tell the groups
that the card can bypass ( marked green OR red ) and doors need levels that tell how the group is affected:
turned OFF ( marked red ), turned ON ( green ) or not affected at all ( leave BLANK ).
5) select “Doors | Other door data” and give names, group levels etc. to the doors. Select “Doors | Time
programs” for possible time controlling (direct time controlling where door will be open without access card
usage).
6) select “Cards” to program the cards. Read the card data first if you have used Quickstart.
7) finally select “Group programs” and carefully design how the groups should be “emptied” from people
and turned back on automatically.
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CARDS
Picture 1 Card information
FIELDS:
Name
20 char field, for identifying the card holder. Examples: ’Brown John’, ‘Lost on 17101997’, ‘Broken on
18101998’,’Cleaning woman’...
Number
The number printed on the access card ( magnet stripe card or proximity tag ). Number can be
anything between 0-50000. If set to zero, it indicates that the memory place is free.
Bypass level The group level of the card points to the Group levels database. When you set a group level different
from zero ( ‘a’ - ‘z’ ) to a card it can mean one of two things. It can mean
•= the groups, that the card has the right to bypass ( if the User level of the card is 1 or 2 [”1-Right 0
and 1” ”2-Right 2 and 3”] )
•= the groups, that must be bypassed, that the card would have access through a door ( base User
level [”0-Standard”] )
User level
Cards User level can be one of the following:
Std. level [”0-Standard”]
Card holder does not use access codes. Card holder can enter a door, only if the door
belongs to the holders access level AND someone else has turned the groups of the
holder’s group level off. Exiting is always allowed according to the access level of the
card.
1-Level [”1-Right 0 and 1”] Card holder uses access code with function number 0 and 1. Entering a door ( code
xxxx0 ) is allowed according to the card’s access level. Card bypasses the groups that
are common to the card’s AND to the door’s ‘in’ group levels. Exiting a door ( or code
xxxx1 given outside ) is allowed also according to the card’s access level. Card will turn
groups back on : groups that are common to the card’s and to the door’s ‘out’ group
level.
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2-Level [”2-Right 2 and 3”] Card holder uses access code with function number 0, 1, 2 or 3. Entering and exiting a
door is allowed according to the card’s access level. Function numbers 0 and 1 function
like in 1-Level. With function number 2 the card holder can throw out people. All the
people from the groups that are common to the card’s and to the door’s ‘out’ group
level will be thrown out ( areas are forced to alarm state ). With function number 3 the
card holder can throw out all the people from the groups of his group level. The door
the code is given has no meaning.
Access level 1 refers to “in” direction ( technically reader heads 1 ). It combines all the doors in the system and
gives them week programs. These week programs tell the times when a card can access through a
door. Access levels are marked with capital letters ‘A’-’Z’ plus space ‘ ‘ ( = zero level, no access right
on any door ).
Access level 2 Same as above but refers to “out” direction ( technically reader heads 2 ).
Facility
Facility is a pointer to the system facilities ( programmed in Settings ) . It can be chosen from FAC1
or FAC2. FAC1 is the primary facility used, FAC2 is normally used for guard cards. NOTE: there can
not be same card numbers with different facility codes. If so programmed the card with lower
memory index is always assumed to be pulled.
Access code A four number personal code to use with keypad readers. When giving a code always 5 numbers are
given: the personal code + the function number : entering xxxx0 and when exiting either xxxx1, xxxx2
or xxxx3. In case no code readers are installed the access code becomes meaningless.
Locked
A card can be locked by setting this field. A card that is locked is rejected on all doors. An automatic
locking to a card can happen if a faulty access code is given 5 times in a roll on a keypad reader.
Using this field comes handy when an employee informs that he/she has lost his/her card. By simply
locking the card it is easy to deny the card usage on every door. If the card is found again just unlock
it.
Relay level
Relay level defines the NP-card relays ( e.g. certain floors on an elevator ), that are allowed to the
card. Relay level is pointing to the relay levels and is chosen from ‘ ‘ or ‘a’ - ‘z’ ; where ‘ ‘ means that
all relays are included.
TOOLS:
Selection
Erase selected lines
Text export
The fields that are programmed with a letter ( access level / bypass level ) can be
programmed by choosing a letter from the selection tool and painting it to the grid column
wise ( be careful when moving with the mouse — if you point to a grid position where a
letter is to be programmed, the selection tool will set it according to the current selection! )
Field values can be erased to factory setting by choosing some rows and then pressing
the ‘ERASE SELECTED LINES’ button.
Card data can be exported to a text file by first choosing the rows to export and then
pressing the ‘disk’ button.
TRANSFER:
Data transfer between the HHL-ACCESS XP unit and PC is made by choosing the rows and the transfer
direction.
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DOORS
TIME PROGRAMS
Picture 2 Doors / Time programs
Name
20 char name field. Changes are made in the Other door data state!
Time control R1,R2,R3 A week program letter ‘A’-’Z’ or ‘ ‘ for no program, that the door ( NP-card’s relays) follow
( usually relay 1 = normal lock and relay 2 = safety lock ). Time control shows the time that
no card/tag is needed for entering the door.
At site control R1,R2,R3A pointer to a week program telling the times that door will be open if someone is in the
groups of the door’s IN bypass level
OTHER DOOR DATA
Name
Bypass level IN
20 char name field
A pointer to the group levels ( letter from ‘a’ to ‘z’ or ‘ ‘ for no level ), that tells what are the
groups that possibly could be turned on (or off) when entering the door. ( possibly
because the actual bypassing needs that the card entering has a bypass level that
contains same groups as this level! )
Bypass level OUT
Code program 1
Code program 2
As above but for the exiting direction.
A pointer to a week program telling the times that access code must be used.
A pointer to a week program telling the times that access code must be used only if
bypassing is about to happen ( ~ first card coming in ). Note that if Code program 1 is not
valid ==> Code program 2 will not be valid.
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Picture 3 Doors / Other door data
Button program
A pointer to a week program telling the times that door open button will operate.
Active delay R1,R2,R3 The time ( in seconds ), that each of the relays will be pulled ( the door will be open ),
when a card or push button is used.
Alarm delay R1,R2,R3
The time (in seconds), that each of the inputs wait before entering alarm state after the
controlling relay is released. If the door is closed the inputs will stay in normal state
LP1 relay 1,2,3
Choose whether relay 1-3 will pull when entering the door ( card pulled on reader head 1
).
Choose whether relay 1-3 will pull when exiting the door ( card pulled on reader head 2 or
push button pressed ).
LP2 relay 1,2,3
At site relay 1,2,3
Choose if relay 1-3 is pulled, when someone is in the areas of the door’s IN bypass level.
If someone is in the relay will follow the At site control program of the relay.
At site level 1,2,3
Each of the at site relays can be set a bypass level letter ‘a’-‘z’. This level shows the
groups that the at site relay follows. Besides of being an at site relay the at site control
program must be valid for the relay to pull.
Uncond. out LP2
Reader head 2 can be programmed as an unconditional ‘out thrower’. Pulling the card
through the reader head 2 will operate as the function number 2 had been given on a
keypad reader : all cards will be thrown out of the groups that are common to the card’s
and door’s IN bypass levels.
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Input 1,2,3
The inputs I1, I2 and I3 of the NP -card can be of various type. The type and the binding
can be one of the following:
INPUT TYPES AND BINDING
Type number
Name
0,9-15
Connection not used
1
State indicator
2
Delayed state indicator
3
Push button
4
Time program inhibit
5
Total inhibit
6
Forced opening
7
All out from group
8
Reserved
Binding
Output(s)
0 - no bound output = always alarm if
opened
1-7 combination of the outputs of the
same NP-card
8-15 - not in use ( = 0 )
Output(s)
0 - no bound output = always alarm if
opened
1-7 combination of the outputs of the
same NP-card
8-15 - not in use ( = 0 )
Output(s)
0 - no bound output = always alarm if
opened
1-7 combination of the outputs of the
same NP-card
8-15 - not in use ( = 0 )
Output(s)
0 - no bound outputs
1-7 combination of the outputs of the
same NP-card
8 no bound outputs
9-15 - combination of the outputs of all
the NP-cards e.g.:
9 ~ output 1 of all NP-cards ; 13 ~
outputs 1 and 3 of all the NP-cards.
Output(s)
0 - no bound outputs
1-7 combination of the outputs of the
same NP-card
8 no bound outputs
9-15 - combination of the outputs of all
the NP-cards e.g.:
9 ~ output 1 of all NP-cards ; 13 ~
outputs 1 and 3 of all the NP-cards.
Output(s)
0 - no bound outputs
1-7 combination of the outputs of the
same NP-card
8 no bound outputs
9-15 - combination of the outputs of all
the NP-cards e.g.:
9 ~ output 1 of all NP-cards ; 13 ~
outputs 1 and 3 of all the NP-cards.
Group (s)
0 - not bound
1-8 , a single group 1-8
9-10, not used
11 - groups that are marked to be turned
OFF in the bypass level in of the door
12 - groups that are marked to be turned
OFF in the bypass level out of the door
13-14, not used
15 - All (1-32) groups
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Explanation
Monitors the state of the door. Enters alarm
state, if opened with no bound output active.
Enters alarm state if it does not return closed
after alarm delay after a bound output has
been deactivated.
Works as normal state indicator above but
triggers the alarm delay also when the input
is opened with no bound output in active
state. Using delayed indicators allow e.g. fast
entering through the door ( using e.g. normal
key ) without generating an alarm.
Works like a normal push button activating
the bound outputs. This push button type is
valid always : it does NOT follow the push
button program!
Inhibits the time program of all the bound
outputs. Output must be of type lock control
in order the inhibit to function. Note that the
door can still be accessed with access card
or pushbutton.
Inhibits all open control of the bound outputs.
Outputs must be of lock control type. Both
time control and card access/push button will
be inhibit.
Activates all bound outputs. Overrides
possible inhibit type controls explained
above!
Throws all cards out of the bound groups and
sets the groups to armed state.
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Table 1 : Input types of the door control card ( NP-card ). Additional information about i/o-types is shown on Part I, on
pages I1 and I2.
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Output type 1,2,3
Output type and binding of the output relays DR1,DR2 and DR3 of the door controlling
card. Type / binding can be one of the following:
OUTPUT TYPE AND BINDING
Type-number
Name
0
Lock control
Binding
-
1
Pre-warning for a door
alarm
Input(s)
0 - not used
1-7 combinations of the inputs of the same
NP-card
8-15 - not used
2
Push button
forwarding
-
3
State info follower
4
State info alarm
5
Pre-warning for group
connecting
6
Relay follower
7
Relay delay follower
8
Relay delay active or
its bound input in
alarm delay :“Allowed
access time”
9-15
Not used
Input(s)
0 - not used
1-7 combinations of the inputs of the same
NP-card
8-15 - not used
Input(s)
0 - not used
1-7 combinations of the inputs of the same
NP-card
8-15 - not used
Group (s)
0 - not bound
1-8 , a single group 1-8
9-10, not used
11 - groups that are marked to be turned
OFF in the bypass level in of the door
12 - groups that are marked to be turned
OFF in the bypass level out of the door
13-14, not used
15 - All (1-32) groups
Output(s)
0 - not in use
1-7 combination of the outputs of the
same NP-card
8-15 - not in use ( = 0 )
Output(s)
0 - not in use
1-7 combination of the outputs of the
same NP-card
8-15 - not in use ( = 0 )
Output(s)
0 - not in use
1-7 combination of the outputs of the
same NP-card
8-15 - not in use ( = 0 )
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Explanation
Output that follows time programs and
blocking & forced opening inputs. Normally
used to control locks.
Output is activated, when one of bound
inputs is “going to” enter alarm state. “Going
to” is defined as delay time that is set on the
active delay of this output. Output works
though like the fixed YL-output on the NPcard but the pre-warning delay can be set
with the outputs own active delay parameter.
Output is deactivated, when input is closed
or it enters alarm state.
Output is activated, when pushbutton (DOinput on NP-card) is pressed, but the
pushbutton time program inhibits the actual
door controlling relay to pull. Output pull
delay is controlled with the active delay of
the relay. Output can be used e.g. to forward
the button pressing to control room after
normal working hours.
Output is active always, when any of the
bound inputs is open. Output follows the
sum of the bound inputs. Can be used to
duplicate the state indicator device on the
door.
Output is active, when any of the bound
inputs is in alarm state.
Output is activated according to its active
delay parameter, when cards are thrown out
of any of the bound groups by the clock.
Output is active, when any of the bound
outputs is active. Can be used to duplicate a
control.
Output is active, when any of the bound
outputs has its pull delay active. Could be
used e.g. to control a door buzzer ( will not
keep noise if door is open with a time
program! ).
Output is active when a bound output is
active or in active delay or any of the inputs
that are bound to the relay is in alarm delay.
This type shows the allowed access time of
the door.
Table 2 : Output types if the door control card (NP-card). Additional information about i/o-types is shown on Part I, on
pages I1 and I2.
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TOOLS:
Selection
Text export
The fields that are programmed with a letter can be programmed by choosing a letter from
the selection tool and painting it to the grid ( be careful when moving with the mouse — if
you point to a grid position where a letter is to be programmed, the selection tool will set it
according to the current selection! )
Door data can be exported to a text file by pressing the ‘disk’ button.
TRANSFER:
Data transfer between the HHL-ACCESS XP unit and PC is made by choosing the columns and the transfer
direction.
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TIMEPROGRAMS
Picture 4 Time programs
FIELDS:
Week programs
Day programs
Holidays
Week programs are shared with all HHL-ACCESS tables and are used e.g. in Access levels and
various fields of doors. Week programs are built from day programs. A week program has 8
columns : one for holiday ( used on holidays ) and one for each week day. HO ~ holiday, MO ~
Monday – SU ~ Sunday. To each column you set the letter of wanted day program ‘A’-’Z’ or a
space ‘ ‘ which means ‘never’.
Day programs are used only to build week programs – nowhere else. A day program contains to
time intervals, during which the program is valid. The minute we write down to the program is
included to the valid time ( e.g. 00:00 - 23:59 means round the clock ). If the ‘End’ time is set
earlier as the ‘Start’ the interpretation is: program is valid from 00:00 to the ‘End’ time and from
‘Start’ time until midnight. (E.g. time program 22:00-05:00 could be handy in code programs. The
program means : from 00:00 to 05:00 and from 22:00 to 23:59.)
On these days the week programs use the Holiday (HO) slot.
TOOLS:
Selection
The fields programmed with a letter can be programmed by choosing a letter from the selection
tool and painting it to the grid ( be careful when moving with the mouse — if you point to a grid
position where a letter is to be programmed, the selection tool will set it according to the current
selection! )
Text export Time program data can be exported to a text file by pressing the ‘disk’ button.
TRANSFER:
Data transfer between the HHL-ACCESS XP unit and PC is made by choosing the rows and the transfer
direction.
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ACCESS LEVELS
FIELDS:
Readers
To each reader you set
the week programs letter
‘A’-’Z’ or a space ‘ ‘
which means no program
(~ never access). The
combination row is called
an access level and is
also marked with a
capital letter from ‘A’-’Z’.
A card has two separate
access levels: level 1 is
set for readers for
incoming
(technically
reader head 1) and level
2 for outgoing readers
(reader head 2). In the
example below card 2
Picture 5 Access levels
“Oscar Blameless” is
allowed to enter doors 1
and 2 on week days from 08:00 to 16:00 and exit the doors round the clock every day of the week!
Picture 6 Access
level is a week
program set to each
of the doors in the
system. Week
program is built of
day programs that
define 1-2 time
intervals that the
card can access the
door. A card has two
access levels : level 1
for entering the
doors and level 2 for
exiting the doors.
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TOOLS:
Selection
The fields can be programmed by choosing a letter from the selection tool and painting it
to the grid ( be careful when moving with the mouse — if you point to the grid, the
selection tool will set it according to the current selection! )
Text export
Access level data can be exported to a text file by pressing the ‘disk’ button.
TRANSFER:
Data transfer between the HHL-ACCESS XP unit and PC is made by choosing the rows and the transfer
direction.
RELAY LEVELS
FIELDS:
Readers
Each level shows the relays of each door (NP-card). Relay level is a parameter of the card data.
Relay levels are seldom used but can be used to generate e.g. access rights to different dressingrooms or building floors in an elevator (see example of relay level usage in section Questions and
answers). In picture above reader 4 has all possible combinations of relay rights: ‘a’ ~ all relays … ‘h’
~ no relays.
TOOLS:
Text export
Relay level data can be exported to a text file by pressing the ‘disk’ button.
TRANSFER:
Data transfer between the HHL-ACCESS XP unit and PC is made by choosing the rows and the transfer direction.
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GROUP LEVELS
Picture 7 Group levels
FIELDS:
Groups
1) A group level ( bypass level ) combined to a door:
Group levels of a door ( bypass level IN / OUT ) tell group by group whether the group is supposed to
be bypassed i.e. turned off ( = 2 - OFF / RED ) , or turned on ( = 1 - ON / GREEN ) or is the group
ignored ( = 0 - Empty / WHITE ). The groups that are bypassed when a door is entered or exited are
limited with the bypass levels of the door.
2) A group level combined to a card:
When a group level is assigned to a card ( bypass level ) the only thing that is checked is that is the
value of a group different from zero ( Empty / WHITE ). In other words a card has right to bypass all
the groups that are either ON or OFF type in the group level of the card — how the group is effected
( turned on or off ) is then interpreted by the bypass levels of the door.
TOOLS:
Selection
The fields can be programmed by choosing a value from the selection tool and painting it to the grid (
be careful when moving with the mouse — if you point to the grid, the selection tool will set it
according to the current selection! )
Text export
Group level data can be exported to a text file by pressing the ‘disk’ button.
TRANSFER:
Data transfer between the HHL-ACCESS XP unit and PC is made by choosing the rows and the transfer
direction.
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A FEW EXAMPLES: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS?
BYPASS LEVEL IN / OUT : WHY TWO LEVELS?
Bypass levels define the groups that are either bypassed or turned back on when a door is entered/exited. To
actually bypass a group also needs that the card has right to the group. Examples of bypass levels :
How are groups bypassed when a door is entered/exited?
MAIN DOOR
ENTER->
'k'
<-EXIT
'l'
Mister
'f'
Assume, that the bypass level of the card is ‘f’, the bypass level in of the door is ‘k’ and bypass level out is ‘l’ (levels
defined in example dialog above). We sum the groups of the card and the door to get that groups 1,3 and 4 are
bypassed when entering. When exiting the same groups are turned back on. So when a bypass level of a card is
not empty ( some of the groups are on red or green ) the card has right to control those groups. The direction how
the group is then switched is interpreted from the group level of the door.
How to secure that when somebody exits an exterior door he/she is not left in any of the groups?
MAIN DOOR
ENTER->
'p'
CANTEEN DOOR
<-EXIT
'r'
EXIT->
'r'
<-ENTER
'q'
MAIN BUILDING
CANTEEN
As the bypass level is set separately for entering and exiting we can easily include to the bypass level out all groups
of the system. For example in case of two separate buildings (main & canteen above) could be programmed as
groups 1 and 2. When entering only the building entered is bypassed (levels ‘p’ and ‘q’). When exiting we make sure
people are not left into the other area by setting the bypass levels out to level ‘r’!
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How to make the bypassing “follow” the card holder in a communicating door ( levels from previous pages
table )?
COMMUNICATING DOOR
MAIN DOOR
ENTER->
'p'
<-EXIT
'r'
'ENTER'->
'v'
BACK DOOR
EXIT->
'r'
<-'EXIT'
'u'
<-ENTER
'q'
AREA2
AREA1
The communicating door needs bypass levels that turn groups both ON and OFF!
Set the bypass level in of Main door to ‘p’ and level out to ‘r’ ( just to make sure ). Back doors bypass level in is set
to ‘q’ and level out to ‘r’.’
The Communicating doors bypass level in is set to ‘v’ ( “entering” the door turns area 2 OFF and area 1 ON ). The
bypass level out is set to ‘u’ ( group ON/OFF turning is reversed from level ‘v’ ).
3-DIFFERENT LEVELS OF FLOORS IN AN ELEVATOR
CAN BE DONE WITH THE RELAY LEVELS!
Connection
An elevator can serve as an example of relay level usage. The
reader is placed to the cage ( proximity reader needs 6 wires,
magnet stripe reader 5 wires ) and the NP-control card is placed
to the engine room. The outputs of NP-card are then connected
to the locking logic of the lift pushbutton mechanism. Note that
more than one floors can be controlled by same relay. So actual
floor amount can be moor than three, just different floor levels in
access sense are limited to three!
Programming
Needed relay levels are created to the relay levels table. Most of
the doors have all the relays selected and they should not be
limited here in case of a normal door. Relay levels are normally
“full” of tick marks. In our example door number four is the
elevator controlling NP-card and the possible levels are
generated starting from level ‘a’. ‘x’ ~ allowed ; ‘ ‘ ~ not allowed.
NP
Relay outputs (3)
Reader head connection ( max 6 wires )
III-floor
II-floor
I-floor
Exit floor
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Elevators
push button
logic
HHL-ACCESS
TWO DOORS WITH ONLY ONE NP-CARD!?!
Two reader heads: history and geography
NP
One NP-card can control two reader heads. One of these can
be a keypad reader. Normally these reader heads are meant
for entering (reader head 1) and exiting (reader head 2) a
door. But two interior doors that are located close to each
other can be controlled with only one NP-card. As the access
level is set for both reader heads the two doors don’t even
have to fall into the same access category. Things to note on
a setup like this are:
History
Geography
•= doors should be located relatively close to each other ( ~ 30m distance ). The reader
head connection length is limited to app. 15 meters. ( This distance is very much
depending on the cabling standard. In good conditions reader head connections up
to 100 meters length can be used! )
•= Relay output 1 and reader head 1 is used to the first door 1 and relay output 2 with
reader head 2 to the other. Key thing here is to set the NP-cards parameters “LP1
relay 1” to ON and “LP1 relay 2” OFF and parameters “LP2 relay 1” OFF and “LP2
relay 2” ON. This setting limits the relays that pull when reader heads are used to
correct ones. It even limits the green LED control so that wrong reader head LED will
not be lit if the other door is controlled open!
•= Drawback is that only one name can be set to a NP-card: The event report will show
same name to the doors – the actual door used must be determined from the reader
head number that is included to the event.
One reader head: ladies and gents
NP
Using relay levels we can create a door system where a single NP-card and reader
head controls two closely located doors – in our example the toilet doors. Relay
levels are used to create needed combinations: women can enter e.g. relay 1
controlled ladies door, ‘men’ can enter gents and maybe caretaker can open both!
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Ladies
Gents
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WHAT ARE AT SITE RELAY, AT SITE CONTROL AND AT SITE RELAY LEVEL - WHY ISN’T
SIMPLE TIME CONTROL ENOUGH?
At site relay 1-3 are controlled with a time program that is called at site control. At site control is different from the
normal time control in the sense that they need someone to be in the building to be active! The groups where
people should be in are set with at site relay levels : level is set separately for each of the at site relays.
Safety locks are needed to be open always, when anyone is in the building and the main doors user lock on
working hours if someone is in the reception area?
Lets assume that week-program ‘A’ equals to
always and ‘B’ to working hours.
1 ) Setting tick marks on: At site relay 1 and At
site relay 2 on the main door
AND
2) Setting At site control R1 to ‘B’ and At site
control R2 to ‘A’ the request is filled.
AND
3) Marking the At site levels to ‘x’ and ‘y’, where
‘x’ must contain reception area as turning OFF
type and ‘y’ must contain all areas as turning
OFF type ( = RED )
This way the door is controlled so that it will
not open e.g. on a special holiday that
nobody enters the building.
In the example on this page the opening of
user lock of the Staff door is disabled by
unchecking the At site relay option.
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GROUP SWITCHING
Picture 8 Group switching
FIELDS:
Off
To every group ( row ) you can set a daily time ( holiday – Sunday ), when all the cards in the group
are thrown out. Time 00:00 means not programmed.
On
A daily time for each group, when to force the group back on if nobody is in the group at the
time. The if part means that a person who is thrown out at the off-time above can and must go and
signal her/him self in to the group again between the off and on -times! That is she / he must pull
her/his card again through the area’s reader. Time 00:00 means not programmed.
Off and on times are in the system to make sure that the card users that have forgotten to pull their cards while
exiting will not cause the system to go out of synchronization.
Between the off and on times there will happen no group turning on. Even if we were exiting and the group type of
the door was ON. Group will not be turned on unless function numbers 2 or 3 was used on a keypad reader or until
the on time of the group comes. After on time the group will be turned normally. You should keep the off and on
times close to each other.
TOOLS:
Text export
Group switching data can be exported to a text file by pressing the ‘disk’ button.
TRANSFER:
Data transfer between the HHL-ACCESS XP unit and PC is made by choosing the rows and the transfer
direction.
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SETTINGS
FIELDS:
Daylight saving - standard time changes
1
Winter -> Summer
Date
&
time
for
automatic change to daylightsaving time.
1
Date
&
time
for
Summer -> Winter
automatic change to standard
time.
In use
Without changing settings
enable/disable automatic time
change.
Picture 9 Settings
Other
Date
1
HHL Access XP system date.
1
HHL Access XP system time.
Time
Day
HHL Access XP system day ( Monday - Sunday ).
Send date/time
Check here if you want to set the date & time also
1
Remote panel code
2
User code for a HHL-KLS connected directly to HHL Access XP card.
Facility 1
Main facility code of the customer.
Facility 2
Secondary facility code of the customer ( e.g. guard cards ).
TOOLS:
Copy PC time
Text export
Pressing this button will fill the date, time and day fields with the values taken from the PC’s
system clock.
Settings data can be exported to a text file by pressing the ‘disk’ button.
TRANSFER:
Data transfer between the HHL-ACCESS XP unit and PC is made by pressing the transfer direction button.
1
Access-XP 3.0 synchronizes its clock with HHL unit always when the clock of HHL is adjusted ( from HHL unit version 2.93).
So this XP time/date setting should be avoided because it will lead to different times on XP-card and HHL-unit!
2
Remote panel code is meaningless from Access XP version 3.0 onwards.
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TRANSACTIONS
HHL-Control program can read the transaction (~ event) memory of the HHL-ACCESS XP card. An event report
can be limited to a certain date/time interval and to a single door ( see TRANSFER ) .
EVENT STORING TO THE ACCESS XP CARD
Access XP-card records 5200 last events of the system. Events stay in the memory of the XP-card even if they are
read to the PC or even if they are printed ONLINE to the printer connected to the HHL-unit!
FIELDS:
Numbers on the left side are just index numbers to show the amount of the uploaded events – they are not related
to the event itself!
Date
Event date
Time
Event time
Group info
IF the event is related to groups: connecting etc. this fields show with a zero/one pattern the groups
that are in case: 1=event is related to the group ; 0=not related
Transaction A text description of the event:
SYSTEM TRANSACTIONS:
TRANSACTION
( No transactions )
Mains power OFF
Mains power ON
NP card address xx into offlinestate
NP card address xx into onlinestate
Time changed, new time NN
DD.MM.YYYY , hh:mm
Changed to Daylight saving time
Changed to Standard time
Group state changed to ON
Group state changed to OFF
EXPLANATION
“Empty” event => stands for no more events
Access XP card mains turned off.
Access XP card mains turned on
Communication between XP and NP card broken
Communication between XP and NP restored
Time on XP card changed.
XP card changed “internally” to Daylight saving time (summer time)
XP card changed “internally” to Standard time ( winter time )
State of the marked groups is changed to “NOT BYPASSED” i.e. ON.
State of the marked groups is changed to “BYPASSED” i.e. OFF
TRANSACTIONS CAUSED BY CLOCK
TRANSACTION
Groups turned ON by clock
Groupcontrol delayed until ‘group
on’ time (present persons)
All out by clock.
EXPLANATION
Bypassed groups are turned back ON ( see Group switching ). Groups are
marked in the group field.
Time program tries to turn groups back on (see Group switching ). The groups
marked with this transaction still had persons in them. Thus these groups are
NOT turned back on.
Time program throws cards out off the marked groups. This event is stored only if
there really was someone in the group.
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I/O-TRANSACTIONS:
TRANSACTION
{name of the door X }, input Y
alarm
{name of the door X }, input Y
remained open
{name of the door X }, input Y
reset
{name of the door X }, output Y,
push button forwarding activated
Prewarning for group G, {name of
the door X } output Y
{name of the door X} output Y,
locking of time control activated
{name of the door X} output Y,
locking of time control
deactivated
{name of the door X} output Y,
locking of control activated
{name of the door X} output Y,
locking of control deactivated
{name of the door X} output Y,
forced opening activated
{name of the door X} output Y,
forced opening deactivated
{name of the door X} input Y, ‘out
from groups’ activated
EXPLANATION
DOOR ALARM! An input of type state info (door X) is opened without any
controlling relay active (push button or card not used and no time program active)
DOOR ALARM! An input of type state info (door X) remains open after card
usage or time program. This event occurs when the alarm delay of the input has
elapsed after the controlling relay is released. E.g. if the pull delay of the relay is
6 seconds and the alarm delay of the input is 30 seconds event will occur 36
seconds after the card usage if the input is still open!
Door input closed after one of the two previous alarms.
Push button forwarding on NP-card activated ( see. Doors | Output types )
Prewarning (all out time ) for a group to be turned ON ( see. Doors | Output
types )
A lock controlling relay, if in time control, is inhibited by a input ( see Doors |
Input types )
Relay is released to follow the time program ( see Doors | Input types )
A lock controlling relay is totally inhibited by a input ( see Doors | Input types )
Relay is released to follow push button, card or time program ( see Doors |
Input types )
A lock controlling relay is forced open by a input ( see Doors | Input types )
Relay is released to follow normal control after forced opening ( see Doors |
Input types )
A throw people out type input is activated ( see Doors | Input types ).
TRANSACTIONS GENERATED BY HHL-PANEL:
TRANSACTION
HHL-panel throws cards out off
the groups
EXPLANATION
HHL-panel cancels bypassing. HHL-panel sends the information to XP card and
XP card throws people out of the groups in question.
TRANSACTIONS GENERATED BY CARD HOLDERS:
TRANSACTION
Wrong facility :
{name of the card C} {name of
the door X}, reader Y, locked
card!
{name of the card C} {name of
the door X}, reader Y, accepted
card
{name of the card C} {name of
the door X}, reader Y, rejected
card
{name of the card C} {name of
the door X}, reader Y, accepted
guard card
{name of the card C} {name of
the door X}, reader Y, rejected
guard card
{name of the card C} {name of
the door X}, accepted card, no
code?
Card C door X rejected
{name of the card C} {name of
the door X}, function Y : no card?
{name of the card C} {name of
the door X}, function Y rejected
code : {reason text}
{name of the card C} {name of
the door X}, function Y
{name of the card C} {name of
the door X} function Y rejected :
{reason text}
Groups switched off by card
Groups switched on by card
Groupcontrol delayed until ‘group
on’ time
EXPLANATION
Facility code of the card shown is not recognized to either facility 1 or to facility 2.
ACCESS ALARM! A door is tried to access with a locked card!. Usually Y=1
entering Y=2
exiting
Accepted door passage.
Rejected door passage. Access level of the card does not contain the door ( or
time is not allowed ).
Accepted door passage with a facility 2 series card (usually used by guard or
service staff ).
Rejected door passage with a facility 2 series card.
Card is shown but no code given during the timelimit..
Rejected card ( e.g. if the facility code is faulty )
Code given ( function Y), but card is not shown during the timelimit.
A faulty code ( function Y) given on door X. The code is given before the card!
Reason text:: Wrong code or Not allowed to use the function ( see Cards | User
level )
Accepted function Y on door X.
Rejected card&code on the door X. Reason text:: Forbidden access level, Wrong
code or Not allowed to use the function.
Card enters first the group(s). Groups marked in the Group info field.
Last card exits the group(s). Groups marked in the Group info field.
Last card leaves the group(s) between the ‘all out’ and ‘group on’ times. (see
Group switching).
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TOOLS:
Text export
Transactions can be exported to a text file by first selecting the wanted events ( rows) and
then pressing the ‘disk’ button.
TRANSFER:
Events are read from the HHL-ACCESS XP to PC by choosing the transfer direction from HHL to PC. We get a
selection window for defining the time & date interval :
Wanted day interval
Wanted time interval: a
time slice of each of the
days selected! Time
selection is activated
with the Use check box.
Transactions can be
limited to a certain door
from this drop down
selection.
The actual transfer is then started by pressing the READ button. The last event that will be received is a No event
marker! which indicates that no more events will follow!
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PRESENT PERSONS
Present persons is a dialog that works for two ways: (1) it shows the present persons with green = OUT and red =
IN ( colors come from the group state where red = turned OFF ) and (2) people can be actively “thrown” both OUT
and IN. The dialog shows the collective status of the group always on the uppermost line. Below that there are
always 25 cards listed.
Throwing OUT/IN is done by pressing the a button on the crossing of the wanted person (row) and group (column)
AND confirming the state change with the transfer button. NOTE: if you throw out the last person from a group it will
be turned ON ( concerning only of course the Access bypass ).
Throwing OUT can be done to a whole group from the collective situation row. Group will be turned ON again
concerning the Access bypass level on HHL unit.
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HHL-ACCESS :
- HEDBOX and HedConnect
- Main cabeling / connecting cable shields
F1/2
HEDBOX
= connection box for ACCESS-NP -card.
HedConnect = connection card for power and dataline.
tai previous
HedConnect
Access XP
Next unit
IN
OUT A
A2
Power control card
AHNP / 8A
Device line - 1
Device line + 2
24VDC Power supply - 3
Power supply + 4
Battery - 5
Battery + 6
4
8
5
HedConnect
B2
+
B
A
D
C
OUT B
OUT OUT +
Main cabel
MHS 5*2 +1
4
4
1
1
MHS 10*2+1
9
9
1
1
OUT
+
4
B
8
5
A
LOCK
D +
C
D
C
+
DC
B2
A2
*)
Cabel shields
HEDBOX
IN
+
B
A
D
C
4
8
5
HedConnect
Fuse
1 A : for lock
current
OUT
+
4
B
8
5
A
LOCK
D +
C
D
C
Max control current
~1A
PUNAINEN
SININEN
VIHREÄ
VALKOINEN
+
DC
B2
A2
Lock
+
-
DC-
PWR
on/off
J6
NC
NO
ACCESS-NP
OUT+
OUT-
J7
NC
NO
VOLTAGE SEL
READER 1,2
J9 IN=LOW
J9 OUT=HIGH
B1
A1
J8
NC
NO
B2
RX1
TX1
RX2
RS1
485
232
RS2
485
232
-
DS80C320
A2
BYP DR2
DC+
DR1
- ohjaus
27C512
S1
S2
RESET
TX2
YL
RD+
TYHJÄ = NP tai
RAM DS1244Y
RAM DS1248Y
RD-
G1
R1
RD0
G2
RD1
R2
RD+
RD-
Lock usually !
+
: red
: white
- control : green
NOTE!
Some locks do NOT
NOT have continuous
negative voltage.
In this case the minus
line from HedConnect
cards "LOCK - " is not
connected to the lock
at all. "LOCK -" is only
connected to the
ACCESS-NP relay!
I1
S1
S2
RD0
RD1
A
D
D
R
M
O
D
E
4
3
2
1
I2
I3
DO
*) Shields are only connected to each other. They are NOT grounded on PC end nor are they connected to the power source negative output.
The shield of reader cabel is not by default connected here. Incase the reader chassis and connection screws are potential free ( off the
door and any metallic building parts ), the reader shield should be connected here. The shields of main cabeling work as independent
capasitive mass.
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Device line-->
- +
IBIS-BOX
Voltage cutter
Power supply control card
HHLLBR
AHNP/8A
+ - + BAT 1 2 3 4 CHA
HEDBOX
8 amp current
IN
+
B
A
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C
HedConnect
- + - + - +
1 2 3 4 5 6
MASCOT Power supply 24VDC
MASCOT
24VDC+
0VDV
+
DC
B2
A2
AHNP/8A
PIN 4
PIN 3
4
8
5
OUT
+
4
B
8
5
A
LOCK
D +
C
D
C
HHL-ACCESS XP/NP version 3.0/3.0 ->
If HHL-LBR is used it is connected
between battery and power
supply card:
BATTERIES (2*12V) 24V
+
-
AHNP/8A
PIN 6
PIN 5
Battery
+
-
HHL-LBR
PIN 1
PIN 2
PIN 3
PIN 4
AHNP/8A
PIN 6
PIN 5
HHL-ACCESS:
- Using The Keypad Reader
G1/1
Indala’s KL-504 used
with proximity tags.
MrSensor’s KL-6AT1
used with magnetstripe
cards.
LED shows the status.
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
4
5
6
7
8
9
7
8
9
*
0
#
*
0
#
LED shows the status.
Keypad card readers are used with 4 number personal access codes and a fifth number, so called function number.
Thus user always enters 5 digits!
Function codes
in to the building/area…………………………………………….
out off the building/area…………………………………………..
all out from the area the door limits……………………………..
all out from the card holders areas………………………………
0
1
2
3
HHL-ACCESS system allows the code to be given either before or after the card is pulled. Either way the time to give
the latter action is approximately 10 seconds. LED is kept red for the waiting time.
If a faulty number is given the key buffer can be cleared with the asterisk <*> key ( the next number given should be
the first of the access code ).
Important: In case the reader does not respond to the code given the best way to continue is the following:
•= Use the asterisk <*> key to ‘clear’ the key buffer
•= Enter the code again
Reader head/ (speaker) responses:
LED
(Sound option)
- Turns from yellow to red
- Turns from red to green as the
door opens ; stays green the time
that relay pulls
- Short high single beep
1) each key confirmed with a beep
2) accepted access confirmed with a
high multibeep
Card not valid
- Rejected ( or not programmed )
card pulled
- Turns from yellow to red and
back to yellow
- Short high single beep followed by a
low doublebeep
OUT with card and code
- Accepted card pulled
- An accepted ‘out’ code ( 5 digits
e.g. 12342 ) given
- Turns from yellow to red
- Turns green for a couple of
seconds and the yellow again
- Short high single beep
- A lowering three beep
Action
IN with card and code
- Accepted card pulled
- An accepted ‘in’ code ( 5 digits
e.g. 12340 ) given
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HHL-ACCESS :
- Connecting the HHL-unit
H1/1
Page C2 advice the Xp - HHL connection to be made with the DIL-128 connection card, with the SER1 ( equals SER A ) port:
HHL-128 ( HHL-32 )
HHL-ACCESS XP
DIL 128 "RX" SER1 (A)
PIN 10 "TX1"
DIL 128 "TX" SER1 (A)
PIN 9 "RX1"
DIL 128 "-" SER1 (A)
PIN 4 "OUT-"
Connection can also be made to the SER2 ( = SER B ) of the DIL128 card or to the HHL-centrals own PRN port ( note if PRN port
is used a printer may not! ), essential thing is that the port used is programmed to the HHL-unit. Programming of the serial ports
is done in SERVICE STATE start in from the SERIAL PORTS menu :
SERIAL PORTS
5
SERIAL PORTS
5
SEE NOTE!
PC / MODEM
PRG
"C"
Access
Unused
Access
xxxx
PORT
Unused
PORT
PRN
or
PORT
SER1
or
PORT
SER2
If the PRN port is selected the connection is as follows:
HHL-128 ( HHL-32 )
HHL-ACCESS XP
PIN 12 "PRN RX"
PIN 10 "TX1"
PIN 11 "PRN TX"
PIN 9 "RX1"
PIN 13 "PRN -"
PIN 4 "OUT-"
NOTE! can be also
HedSam
Unused
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When port is selected return backwords with
the UP key. If returned with "C" key the selection
is NOT saved!
in older HHL-versions.
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J7
NC
NO
DR2
VOLTAGE SEL
READER 1,2
J9 IN=LOW
J9 OUT=HIGH
J8
NC
NO
BYP
J6
NC
NO
DR1
HHL-ACCESS : - NP-card lock control
-
27C512
S1
S2
RESET
YL
RAM DS1244Y
RAM DS1248Y
G1
R1
G2
R2
I1
S1
S2
A
D
D
R
M
O
D
E
4
3
2
1
I2
I3
DO
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
I1/2
LOCK- / RELAY CONNECTION
PINS
40 - 39 "DR1"
PINS
38 - 37 "DR2"
PINS
36 - 35 "DR3"
user lock
( programmable )
safety lock
( programmable )
programmable
Control type ( normally open NO / normally
closed NC ) is selected with jumpers J6 - J8
YL-OUTPUT
PINS
29 "YL" - 17 "RD2+" pre -warning for door alarm
advance time fixed to 20
seconds!
( direct connection to piezobuzzer )
Lock controlling related output types of relays DR1, DR2 and DR3
( all types are listed in part E : Programming with HHL-control program )
Type number
Name
Explanation
0
Lock control
Normal lock control. No bindings.
1
Pre-warning for door alarm
Output is activated, when any of its bound inputs ( of type state info ) is about to enter alarm state.
Active delay parameter marks the time for the relay to pull before alarm state is entered. Works as
YL-output, but the pre-warning advance is programmable. Output is released when input is closed or
when input enters alarm state, which ever comes first. Possible binding: input combinations of the
same NP-card.
2
Push button forwarding
Output is activated, when pushbutton (DO) is pressed, but normal pushbutton operation is limited
with the time program. Output is active for the time set in active delay parameter. Possible use
e.g. to forward pushbutton pressing to local control room after normal working hours. No bindings.
3
Input follower
Output is active always, when any of the bound inputs is open. Output follows i.e. duplicates the
input. Possible binding: input combinations of the same NP-card.
4
Alarm state indicator
Output is active when ever any of the bound inputs is in alarm state. Possible binding: input
combinations of the same NP-card.
6
Output follower
Output is active when ever any of its bound relays is active. Can be used to duplicate a control.
Possible binding: output combinations of the same NP-card.
7
Relay active delay follower
Output is active whenever any of its bound relays is in active delay. Possible use e.g. a door open
buzzer ( the buzzer is not active if door is controlled open with time program ). Possible binding:
output combinations of the same NP-card.
8
Relay active or its bound
input in alarm delay
"Allowed passing"
Output is active whenever a bound relay is active OR an input that is bound to that relay is in
alarm delay. Can be used to mark the allowed passing time that a card pulling or pushbutton
generates ( e.g. to bypass local alarm detector ). Possible binding: output combinations of the
same NP-card.
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DR1
J7
NC
NO
DR2
VOLTAGE SEL
READER 1,2
J9 IN=LOW
J9 OUT=HIGH
J6
NC
NO
J8
NC
NO
BYP
HHL-ACCESS : - Inputs on NP-card
-
27C512
S1
S2
RESET
YL
G1
RAM DS1244Y
RAM DS1248Y
R1
G2
R2
I1
S1
S2
A
D
D
R
M
O
D
E
I2
4
3
2
1
I3
DO
I2/2
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
STATE INDICATORS- / INPUTS
PINS
24 "I1" - 34 "-"
User lock state info
( programmable )
PINS
23 "I2" - 33 "-"
Safety lock state info
( programmable )
PINS
22 "I3" - 33 "-"
Door state ( magnet )
( programmable )
Input connection I1-I3 must be potential free normally
closed type connectors ( e.g. "I1"- "-" open = door open )!
PUSH BUTTON
A normally open connector between PINS 32 "-" and- 21 "DO"
The programmable state info related values of inputs I1, I2 and I3
( all types listed in part E : programming with HHL-control program )
Push button must be potential free!
Type number
Name
Explanation
0
Not used
Input is not interpreted in any way.
1
State info
Monitors the state of the door. Enters alarm state immediately, if contact opens, with no bound
relays active. Enters alarm state after bound relay is released, if contact has not return closed at the
time the alarm delay expires. Possible binding: the outputs of the same NP-card.
2
Delayed state info
Works as normal state info above but triggers the alarm delay also if opened without bound relay
activation. Using this type of inputs allows also fast entering using a regular key without alarm
generation. Possible binding : as above.
Timing diagram for some terminology and input and output types:
Type/name
Binding
Push button (DO)
Lock 1 control
active delay
Lock 2 control
active delay
State info 1
Lock 1
contact open
Alarm delay 1
alarm delay
Alarm pre-warning State info 1
pre-warning active delay
Alarm state output State info 1
State info 2
Lock 2
Alarm delay 2
contact open
alarm delay
Alarm pre-warning State info 2
Alarm state output State info 2
Input follower
State info 1
Relay follower
Lock 1
Relay active delay Lock 1
Relay active or
bound input in
alarm delay
Lock 1
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