7101-P WIRING

7101-P WIRING
SECTION 1 INDEX OF FIGURES
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7101-P Panel, Front View
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Fig. 2 7101-P Panel, Rear View
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Fig. 3 7101-P Panel, Typical System Connections
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Fig. 4 7101-P Panel, Optional Sounder connection
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Fig. 5 7101-P Panel, DPS Magnetic Door Contact
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Fig. 6
7101-P Panel, Push Button Connection
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Fig. 7 7101-P to Remote Keypad Connections
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Fig. 8 7101-P to Electromagnetic Lock Connections
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Fig. 9 7101-P to Two Electromagnetic Lock Connections
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Fig. 10 7101-P to Egress Switch Connections
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Fig. 11 7101-P to Two Egress Switch Connections
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Fig. 12 7101-P to Fire Alarm System Connections
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Fig. 13 7101-Ps to Multiple Fire Alarm System Connections
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SECTION 2
POWER AND GROUNDING REQUIREMENTS
Each 7101-P Panel will require a 110VAC duplex outlet (minimum 2 Amp) within ten cable feet of the intended
installation location. The use of emergency power circuits is highly recommended due to possible facility power
failures.
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Do not connect to a receptacle controlled by a switch.
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A central power supply can be used as well as the 12VDC plug in power supply.
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Do not extend the power supply cord provided. The maximum distance the duplex outlet should be from
the 7101-P Panel is ten cable feet.
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SECTION 3 TYPICAL INSTALLATION
NOTE: All life safety and electrical codes must be strictly followed.
1. Seek prior approval from the local life/fire safety officials before installing the 7101-P system.
2. Identify all equipment to be installed and inspect for any damage that may have resulted during shipment. If damage is
found notify the carrier immediately and arrange for inspection. Be sure to retain all packing material.
3. Run all power and fire alarm cables.
4. Determine the location of the 7101-P Panel and cut holes in the wallboard as needed. Mount surface mount boxes if
required.
5. Mount the electromagnetic lock in accordance with the instructions.
6. Connect the magnetic door contacts on the swing edge of the door.
7. Route all wires into the 7101-P Panel box. (Door contact, 7101-P Panel power, Magnetic Lock, etc...)
8. Prepare all wires for connection to the 7101-P Panel.
9. Make all wiring connections as shown on the following pages.
10. Plug in all power supplies and batteries on the 7101-P Panel.
11. The system is now ready for testing.
12. Once all connections have been made and the equipment tested for proper operation, make the connection to the fire
alarm control panel.
NOTE: Up to eight 7101-P panels can be interfaced to a single relay in
the fire alarm control panel. See the fire alarm connection section of the
manual for more details.
13. Test the fire alarm interface connection by placing the fire alarm system into an alarm mode. All locks should
immediately release.
14. The system should now be operational.
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SECTION 4 SPECIFICATIONS
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Input Power: 12VDC, 150mA
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Backup power: 9VDC 180mAh (Rechargeable Battery)
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Relays: 2 form “C” 30VDC, 1A. max.
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Push Button: Normally Open switch
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Lock Voltage: 12VDC 900 mA. max with supplied transformer, or (24VDC 900 mA. Max)
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Fire Alarm: Normally Open, closure on alarm
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External Keypad Connector
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Mounting box:
o Flush Mount Box (3-1/2” x 5-3/8 ”)
o Surface Mount Box) (4-1/2” x 6-3/8”)
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SECTION 5 SYSTEM COMPONENT DESCRIPTIONS
Fig. 1 7101-P Panel, Front View
Fig. 2 7101-P Panel, Rear View
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SECTION 6 STANDARD FEATURES
Standard operation
The 7101-P Panel is normally armed. To exit through the protected door, enter a valid escort code into the keypad and open the
door. Any time the door is opened without first entering a valid escort code into the keypad, the alarm will sound. The door is
normally locked, restricting access to only authorized staff members.
PM mode of operation
The 7101-P Panel can be programmed to unlock or disarm during certain hours of the day, it then will automatically lock and
unlock at the specified times. These specific times are programmed into the panel by following the PM programming
instructions provided in this Manual. (See Section 8.)
Delayed Egress timing control
The 7101-P Panel controls the delayed egress function of the system. Per Life Safety Code 101, doors designated as an
emergency exit may utilize Delayed Egress. Timing is selectable for 15 or 30 seconds.
Anti-tailgate
This feature re-arms the door automatically after an authorized staff member has passed through the door and it closes. This
prevents unauthorized persons from waiting until an authorized staff member passes through the door and then exiting without
creating an alarm condition.
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SECTION 7 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
Typical System Connections
Fig. 3 7101-P Panel, Typical System Connections
NOTE: System activation is accomplished with either the Delayed Egress Sensing Switch on the
Magnet; or via the PUSH TO EXIT egress bar. Both are shown above as optional
Methods; however they are not used in conjunction with each other.
Only one method of activation is appropriate for the system to function properly.
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SECTION 7 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
Optional Remote Sounder Connections
Fig. 4 7101-P Panel, Optional Sounder connection
Connect the positive power to the positive side of the sounder. Connect the negative lead to the “N.O.” of the ALARM B relay.
Run a jumper wire from the “C” of the ALARM B relay to the negative side of the sounder.
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SECTION 7 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
Single or Double Magnetic Door Contact Connections
Using cable supplied in the kit, twist the red and black wires together, and the green and yellow wires together. This will provide
the two conductors shown. Connect red/black combination to one screw terminal and the green/yellow to the other screw
terminal. There is no polarity issue when connecting these leads to these screw terminals. Now connect the two conductors to
the leads on the magnetic door contacts as shown.
NOTE: When connecting a double set of magnetic door contacts, splice the door magnetic
contacts in series as show at the right below in figure 5. Do not exceed 1 Amp per door.
Do not exceed 1 Amp per set of contacts
Fig. 5 7101-P Panel, DPS Magnetic Door Contact
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SECTION 7 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
Normally Open Push Button Connections
NOTE: The use of release devices which provide a maintained closure are not
recommended for use with the System.
7101-P to Push Button Connections
Fig. 6 7101-P Panel, Push Button Connection
Use cable to connect the Push Button to the 7101-P Panel. When the Push Button is activated the escort delay feature is
activated and the door will become disarmed for the programmed exit delay. (See programming section of this Manual (Section 8)
for setting and/or changing the escort delay time.)
Remote Keypad Connections
When connecting the Remote Keypad connect the ribbon cable as shown below. Figure 7 is intended as a reference to show
that no matter the orientation of the 7101-P Panel with respect to the Remote Keypad, the connections at each end of the
ribbon cable should match as shown. Ribbon cable supplied with 7101-KP is 15 feet long
Fig. 7 7101-P to Remote Keypad Connections
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SECTION 7 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
Electromagnetic Lock Connections
Connecting a single electromagnetic lock to the 7101-P Panel
Refer to Fig. 8 below for connection to the 7101-P. Use 20AWG, four-conductor wire for connections. Use the red and black
conductors for the power connection. The green and white conductors are for connection of the delayed egress switch. (Also
see the delayed egress connection information in this Section of the Manual.)
NOTE: All applicable electrical and life safety codes must be strictly adhered to when installing
the system.
Fig. 8 7101-P to Electromagnetic Lock Connections
NOTE: When using electromagnetic locks, the system must be interfaced to the building’s
fire alarm control system. A normally open dry contact relay is required in the fire alarm
control panel for connection to the 7101-P panel. Up to eight 7101-P Panels can be interfaced
to this relay. If your application includes more than eight units then multiple relays are
required. (See Fire Alarm Connections in this section of the Manual for more details.)
Connecting multiple electromagnetic locks to the 7101-P Panel
Refer to Fig. 9 for connection to the 7101-P Panel. Use 20AWG, four-conductor cable for the connection. Use the red and
black conductors for the power connection. The green and white conductors are used for connection to the delayed egress
switch.
Do not exceed 1 Amp per set of contacts
Fig. 9 7101-P to Two Electromagnetic Lock Connections
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SECTION 7 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
Delayed Egress Switch Connections
Connecting the Delayed Egress Switch to the 7101-P
Refer to Fig. 10 in this Manual for connections to the 7101-P Panel. Use 20AWG, four-conductor cable for connections. The
green and white conductors are used for connection to the delayed egress switch. All applicable electrical and life safety codes
must be strictly adhered to when installing the systems. (See Section 10 of this Manual for delayed egress programming details.)
Fig. 10 7101-P to Egress Switch Connections
NOTE: Delayed egress switches are wired in parallel.
Connecting multiple Delayed Egress switches to the 7101-P Panel
Refer to Fig. 11 for connection to the 7101-P Panel. Use 20AWG, four-conductor cable for connections. The green and white
conductors are used for connection to the delayed egress switch. All applicable electrical and life safety codes must be strictly
adhered to when installing the systems. (See Section 10 of this Manual for delayed egress programming details.)
Fig. 11 7101-P to Two Egress Switch Connections
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SECTION 7 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
Single Panel Fire Alarm Connections
NOTE: After completing the fire alarm connection, the fire alarm system must be placed
into an alarm condition to verify immediate release of all locks.
Fig. 12 7101-P to Fire Alarm System Connections
Connecting a 7101-P Panel to the Fire Alarm Control Panel.
NOTE: Per NFPA-101, any locking device installed on a designated
emergency exit door must be overridden by the fire alarm control panel in
case of fire alarm activation. A qualified fire alarm technician must
complete fire alarm connections.
Do not connect more than eight panels in parallel to a single fire alarm
relay. Doing so could result in failure of the fire alarm release feature
during a fire alarm emergency.
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SECTION 7 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
Multiple Panel Fire Alarm Connections
NOTE: After completing the fire alarm connection, the fire alarm system must be placed
into an alarm condition to verify immediate release of all locks.
Fig. 13 Multiple 7101-P's and Fire Alarm Control Panel Connections
NOTE: Per NFPA-101 any locking device installed on a designated emergency
exit door must be overridden by the fire alarm control panel in case of a
fire alarm activation.
Do not connect more than eight panels in parallel to a single fire alarm relay.
Doing so could result in failure of the fire alarm release feature during a fire
alarm.
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SECTION 10 TESTING THE 7101-P DELAYED EGRESS MAGNETIC
LOCKING SYSTEM
Verify that all wiring connections are complete and wired as shown in the diagrams in Section 7 of this manual.
The 7101-P Panel, out of the box with power supplied, should be in the armed mode and the Green LED ON., and the door
equipped with the Magnetic Locking System should be LOCKED.
RECOMMENDED WEEKLY TESTS
Testing the Escort and Anti-tailgate Features
Enter the reset code into the keypad on the 7101-P Panel. The Green LED should turn off and the Red LED should turn on.
Open the door. No alarm condition should be activated. (This is the Escort Feature)
Now close the door. The Green LED should immediately turn on, the 7101-P Panel should again be in the armed mode, and
the door should again be locked. (This is the Anti-tailgate Feature)
Testing the Delayed Egress feature
With the door in the armed mode, apply pressure on the opening hardware of the door. The 7101-P Panel should begin to emit
an audible indication that the delayed egress feature of the lock has been activated. Wait 15 (or 30) seconds. The door should
unlock and open if pushed upon. Close the door. Enter the reset code into the keypad. The 7101-P Panel should reset and
return to the armed mode.
Testing the Door Status feature
Enter the reset code into the keypad on the 7101-P Panel, the Green LED should turn off and the Red LED should turn on.
Open the door. No alarm condition should be activated at this point. Keep the door open for 30 or more seconds. The 7101-P
Panel should go into an alarm mode. Close the door and enter the reset code into the keypad. The 7101-P Panel should now be
in the armed mode with the Green LED on.
Testing the Remote Keypad
If a Remote Keypad has been installed with the 7101-P Panel, repeat the test for the Escort feature and the Anti-tailgate feature
using the Remote Keypad.
Testing the Remote Push Button
If a remote Push Button has been installed with the 7101-P Panel, repeat the test for the Escort feature and the Anti-tailgate
feature using the Push Button.
RECOMMENDED MONTHLY TESTS
Testing the Fire Alarm Release feature
Place the fire alarm system into the alarm mode and verify that all locks release. The 7101-P Panel(s) should be in the fire alarm
release alarm condition. Clear the Fire Alarm condition, the Green LED should turn on, the 7101-P Panel(s) should again be in
the armed mode, and the door(s) should again be locked. After testing the Fire Alarm Release Feature, the Escort, Anti-tailgate
and Door Status features should be retested as described above.
RECOMMENDED ANNUAL SERVICE
Battery Replacement
The battery should be replaced annually with a rechargeable 9VDC NI-MH replacement part# (7101-9-BAT)
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SECTION 11 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
Part #
Description
7101-9-BAT
9VDC (NI-MH Rechargeable Battery)
4012
12VDC 1amp (Plug-in power supply)
1160015
Door Contact Switch SPDT (N.O. contacts used only)
5222015-SCM
Dortronics Egress switch
5211-MP23/RXE1
Push To Exit Button (Normally Open)
7101-KP
Remote Keypad
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