2 Relay Output Presco™ Keypad Decoder. “Series 3”

2 Relay Output Presco™ Keypad Decoder. “Series 3”
“Series 3”
2 Relay Output Presco™ Keypad Decoder.
N761
FEATURES
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Compatible with Presco™ PRE, PSE-NI & PSE-IL keypads.
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Split system for maximum security.
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Two 1Amp SPDT relay outputs.
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One way code for OU1 activation only.
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Emergency and Duress output feature.
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125 client programmable user codes.
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Code digits can repeat. i.e. 12321.
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3 to 7 digit management and user codes.
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Minimum 19 million possible user code combinations.
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Up to 10 keypads can be connected to one decoder.
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10 year non volatile memory.
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Operating Temperature Range: 0°C to 70°C.
Design Philosophy - Problems and Solutions.
1/ Most keypads contain the switching relay and control wiring within the keypad
housing. A skilled person could easily bypass the keypad function simply by
removing it then manipulating the control wiring, a disastrous situation. Presco™ is
“split” in 2 parts, so that the decoder can do all the processing at a remote protected
environment. The code is transmitted between keypad and decoder in “computer”
language, therefore cutting or shorting wires won’t compromise security.
2/ Typical keypad installations require 7 or more wires thus increasing labour and
cost. Presco™ uses only 4 wires to communicate arm/disarm, isolate, emergency,
auxiliary, One Way Code, LED/buzzer feedback of code entry, acknowledgment of
correct code, state of alarm, previous alarm warning, remote management code
programming and power. Up to 10 keypads can be connected to a KC6 by simple
parallel wiring. No synchronising is required.
PROTECTION.
The NIDAC Presco™ keypad system has a high immunity to all types of static, EMF,
and RF transmissions including those of Police and CB radio systems. Reverse
polarity and over voltage protection from lightning strike up to 10Kv is provided.
WARRANTY.
NIDAC SECURITY PTY. LTD. will repair or replace this product if proven to be
faulty (excluding accidental or malicious damage) under the 36 month warranty
offered from the date of purchase.
As NIDAC SECURITY PTY. LTD. or it’s agents do not perform the final installation,
inspection or training in the use of this product, they cannot be held liable for injury, loss
or damage directly or consequentially arising from the use or misuse of this product.
Presco™ is a registered Trade Mark belonging to NIDAC SECURITY PTY. LTD.
The Presco™ Keypad system is protected by provisional and pending patents in
various countries including Australia.
The software design is protected internationally and remains the intellectual
property of NIDAC SECURITY PTY. LTD.
Design improvement and specifications are subject to change without notice. All
designs are copyright 1992 - 2000.
Designed and Manufactured by:
NIDAC SECURITY PTY. LTD.
2 Cromwell Street
Burwood, Victoria
Australia
3125
Phone: (03) 9808 6244
Fax: (03) 9808 9335
International: 61 3 9808...
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SPECIFICATIONS
Input Voltage:
Input Current:
OU1 & DUR contacts:
Max. KC2/Keypad separation:
10-15V D.C.
15mA + 35mA per relay when operated.
30V, 1A SPDT relays.
1Km (max. return resistance 100Ω. Non
shielded).
88mm x 69mm x 25mm.
200gms.
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KC2 Series 3 Instructions.doc 6/03/01
DISABLING THE EMERGENCY AND ONE WAY CODES.
The One Way Code of
and Emergency code of
can be
disabled on an individual keypad basis by simply cutting the link on the
back of the keypad.
IMPORTANT! Disconnect all power during wiring.
Do not over-tighten terminal screws on decoder.
OPERATING MODE RULES
1/ 1 beep = successful code (output turned on).
2/ 2 beeps = successful code (output turned off).
3/ 5 beeps = management code entered.
4/ a long beep = a non existent code.
a pause then a long beep = 5 unsuccessful “tries”. (System is
locked out for 1 minute).
DECODER TERMINAL DESCRIPTIONS
The
and Memory No. are NOT required in the OPERATE mode.
5/ Cancel a wrong entry with , then re-try.
Dimensions:
Weight:
GND Negative output or Ground from Power Supply.
12v+ 12 Volt D.C. positive from Power Supply.
DTA
Data (white wire from Keypad).
OU1 This output can be set up for timed or toggle operation (refer to
memory 8) and operated with a programmed user code. However when
it is set for toggle operation (default setting) it can also be turned on
(only) using the built in One Way Code of
(a valid OU1 code must
be used to turn it off).
DUR This output can be set up as either an Emergency/Duress output
or a normal output (refer to memory 0). When used as a normal output it
can be set for timed or toggle operation (refer to memory 8) and
operated with a programmed user code. However when set as the
Duress output (default setting) it can only be set for timed operation and
codes cannot be assigned to it.
THE MEMORIES
Memory 0
Enable/disable
Duress.
Memory 5
Memory 1
OU1
user codes.
Memory 6
Memory 2
OU2 (DUR)
user codes.
Memory 7
NOT USED.
NOT USED.
NOT USED.
Memory 3
Memory 4
NOT USED.
NOT USED.
Memory 8
Timed/toggle
set-up.
Memory 9
Management
code.
BASIC SETUP SEQUENCE
1/ Enable/disable Duress (Currently Enabled). [Memory 0]
2/ Set outputs as timed or toggle (Currently OU1 toggles and DUR
operates for 2 seconds). [Memory 8]
3/ Program MANAGEMENT CODE. [Memory 9]
4/ Program USER CODES. [Memories 1 to 6]
DURESS OPERATION.
When the Duress feature is enabled (default setting in memory 0) the
DUR output operates for the programmed time (refer to memory 8) when
either the emergency code of
is used or a
is inserted into a valid
user code. eg. if a valid code for OU1 is
then using the
code as
or
, etc. will operate OU1 as usual
but will also operate DUR for its programmed time.
NOTE: Use the Program Link for steps 1 to 3 above (and step 4 if the
management code is not used). Remove link when finished.
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ENABLE/DISABLE DURESS.
Factory preset to: Enabled.
(MEMORY 0)
Memory 0 stores whether the DUR relay acts as a Duress output or a
normal output.
1/ The program link must be on.
2/ The single digit after the 0 determines whether Duress is enabled or
not. The digit after the 0 must be either 0 or 1.
Enable/disable Duress
........................ Duress on DUR Enabled (Warble).
........................ Duress on DUR Disabled (Warble).
TIMED/TOGGLE SETUP.
(MEMORY 8)
Factory preset to: OU1 toggles, DUR momentary for 2 seconds.
Memory 8 stores which outputs are to operate as toggle or timed
(operate momentarily between 1 to 20 seconds). Each output (OU1 and
DUR) can have different time settings.
1/ The program link must be on.
2/ The position of the digit after the 8 represents the output.
i.e. 1st position = OU1, 2nd position = DUR.
3/ DUR cannot be set to toggle if the Duress feature is enabled and so
the 2nd digit after the 8 cannot be a 0. However if the Duress feature is
disabled, so that DUR is a normal output, then it can toggle.
4/ When changing momentary times, your choice will overwrite any
previous settings.
5/ The value of the digit determines the output’s operate time in seconds.
=1s, =2s, =3s, =4s, =6s, =8s, =11s, =15s, =20s,
=TOGGLE.
6/ The One Way Code of
for OU1 is disabled if OU1 is set for a
timed operation.
Set Output times ...........
.................... OU1 = 2s, DUR = 1s (Warble).
.................... OU1 toggles, DUR = 15s (Warble).
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING MODE RULES.
1/ The
key = Add.
2/ The
key = Delete.
3/ Enter memory number ( for OU1 user codes,
for the management
code, etc.) before any programmable information. This ensures the
information is directed to the correct memory location.
4/ Warble = successful Add or Delete.
5/ Long beep warns that either codes are already in use, too long or
short, or more than 125 codes have been used.
6/ Press each digit within 10 seconds after the preceding digit,
otherwise information will be lost. If a wrong number is pressed, wait
10 seconds then start again.
NOTES:
1/ After trying the example codes below, delete them then add your own
unique code/s. Avoid obvious codes like 1234.
2/ Up to 125 different user codes can be stored between Mems 1 and 2.
3/ Repeating digits, including the
, are allowed in codes eg.
provided that
is not the first digit.
4/ Codes can be from 3 to 7 digits in length.
5/ There are NO factory preset codes programmed.
THE MANAGEMENT CODE.
(MEMORY 9)
Memory 9 stores the Management code which allows the Program
mode to be entered from any keypad without the Program link. Use this
feature if regularly changing codes, or the decoder is difficult to access.
As supplied, no Management code exists.
To add, change or delete the Management code, the Program link must
be on. The digits after the
are the Management code.
Add Management Code
................ 246 is the management code (warble).
................ 369 has now over written 246 (warble).
.......................................
Restore operate mode.
Using the Management code..
......................... Program mode entered (5 beeps).
................ 456 added to memory 1 user codes (warble).
....................................... Operate mode entered automatically.
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Note: that the system automatically returns to the Operate mode after
a single management function has been performed. i.e. add or
delete a code. If the management function was not successful,
the system still returns to the Operate mode (after a long beep).
Note: how 369E replaces the Program link function but with the
addition of the 5 beeps to clearly indicate which mode is current.
All user code programming examples shown below could be
done with the management code. 369 is an example only, with
the link ON overwrite it with a new code or delete with
.
REMOVE LINK.
Note: If after entering the Management mode you decide not to add or
delete a code, then press
to return to the Operate mode.
Note: If the Management code is forgotten, use the program link to
over write the forgotten code with a new code. This feature
obsoletes factory preset or “house codes” which can
compromise security.
BASIC WIRING DIAGRAM
USER CODES.
(MEMORIES 1 and 2)
The codes programmed into Memories 1 and 2 are used to operate the
outputs OU1 to DUR respectively.
1/ The digits after the
and memory no are the user code.
2/ Memory 6 (DUR codes) can only be programmed if the Duress
feature is disabled (memory 0).
3/ The same user code cannot be used for multiple outputs.
Link on both pins (Program mode).
Add user codes .............
................ 567 is added for OU1 (warble).
................ 678 is also added for OU1 (warble).
................ 789 is added for DUR (warble).
Try user codes ..............
Park link on 1 pin (Operate mode).
......................... OU1 turns on (1 beep).
......................... OU1 turns off (2 beeps).
......................... DUR turns on (1 beep).
Delete a user code ........
................ 678 is deleted from OU1 (warble), 567 remains.
Delete all user codes for an output
........................... Deletes all codes stored for OU1 (warble).
.......................................
Restore operate mode.
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OTHER MODELS AND ACCESSORIES.
PAC1 5A. 30V Electric Latch Control SPDT relay, 400 timed or toggled
user codes, 12-24V D.C. or 16-24V A.C. operation. Door Open
Too Long, Door Forced and EGRESS functions built in.
PAC2 Same features as PAC1 but can control two doors
independently.
KC6
6 Open Collector outputs, timed or toggled operation, 125 user
codes, 12 Volt D.C. operation.
PRE Standard keypad encoder for any Presco™ decoder.
PKG Watertight gasket to increase water resistance of PRE.
PSE
Metal vandal & weather resistant keypad encoder for any
Presco™ decoder. Available as standard (PSE-NI) or back lit
(PSE-IL).
PIM
Presco™ Interface Module, can convert data to Presco™ PAC
format or 26 bit Wiegand from Clock/Data (Magnetic Card
Reader), Dallas iButton™, Presco™ or 26 bit Wiegand format.
PRX Proximity card reader for use with PAC1, PAC2 or 26 bit
Wiegand input controller.
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