ParkLite Ticket Dispenser ParkLite Ticket Dispenser

ParkLite Ticket Dispenser ParkLite Ticket Dispenser
ParkLite
Ticket Dispenser
INSTALLATION MANUAL
TD ParkLite rev. B
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CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Manufacturer: FAAC S.p.A.
Via Benini, 1
40069 - Zola Predosa
BOLOGNA - ITALY
Address:
Declares that: the ParkLite Ticket Dispenser
•conforms to the essential safety requirements of the following EEC
directives:
73/23/EEC and subsequent amendment 93/68/EEC.
89/336/EEC and subsequent amendment 92/31/EEC and 93/68/EEC
•and also conforms to the following standards:
EN 50081 -1 EN 50082 -1 EN 60335 -1 EN 60204 -1 EN 60555 - 2
EN 60555 - 3
EN 55022 EN 55014
IEC 801 - 2
IEC 801 - 3
IEC 801 - 4
Additional notes:
This product underwent a test in a typical, uniform configuration (all
products of FAAC S.p.A.).
Bologna, 01 January 2006
The Managing Director
A. Bassi
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WARNINGS FOR THE INSTALLER
GENERAL SAFETY OBLIGATIONS
1) IMPORTANT! To ensure the safety of people, it is important that all the instructions be carefully read.
Incorrect installation or incorrect use of the product could cause serious harm to people.
2) Carefully read the instructions before beginning to install the product.
3) Packing materials (plastic, polystyrene, etc.) must not be left within the reach of children, because these materials are
potential danger sources.
4) Keep the instructions for future reference.
5) This product was designed and built exclusively for the use indicated in this documentation. Any other use not expressly
indicated could compromise the condition of the product and/or be a source of danger.
6) FAAC declines any responsibility due to improper use or use other than the use for which the product is intended.
7) Do not install the equipment in an explosive atmosphere. the presence of gas or inflammable fumes is a serious danger to
safety.
8) FAAC is not responsible for failure to use Good Workmanship in installing the product.
9) The installation must be carried out by observing standards EN12453 and EN12445.
10) Before attempting any action on the system, cut out the electrical power supply.
11) Install an omnipolar switch upstream of the power supply line for the ParkLite Ticket Dispenser with contact opening
distance of 3 mm. or more. We advise you to use a 6A thermal breaker with omnipolar switching.
12) Make sure that a differential switch with a threshold of 0.03A is installed upstream of the system.
13) Make sure that the earthing system is expertly made and connect to it the Yellow/Green earth terminal of the Ticket
Dispenser.
14) FAAC declines all responsibility for the safety and efficient operation of the Ticket Dispenser, if system components not
produced by FAAC are used.
15) For maintenance, strictly use original FAAC parts.
16) Do not in any way modify the components of the ParkLite Ticket Dispenser.
17) The installer must supply all information on the operation of the system and hand over to the user, the “User’s Guide”
which accompanies the product.
18) The user must not in any way attempt to repair or to take direct action and must contact qualified personnel only.
19) Anything not expressly specified in these instructions is not permitted.
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Contents
1. DESCRIPTION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS...............................................................
1.1 DESCRIPTION....................................................................................................................................
1.2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................................................
2. INSTALLATION OF COMPONENTS.............................................................................................
2.1 LANE CHARACTERISTICS.............................................................................................................
2.2 ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS........................................................................................................
2.3 CONSTRUCTION OF LOOPS..........................................................................................................
2.3.1 INSTALLATION.............................................................................................................................
2.3.2 CONSTRUCTION...........................................................................................................................
2.3.3 NUMBER OF WINDINGS.............................................................................................................
2.4 MASONRY PREPARATIONS...........................................................................................................
2.4.1 LAYING THE FOUNDATION PLATES........................................................................................
2.4.2 FASTENING...................................................................................................................................
2.5 COMPONENT DIMENSIONS..........................................................................................................
2.6 PREPARATION OF CHANNELS.....................................................................................................
2.7 POSITION OF EQUIPMENT............................................................................................................
3. ELECTRICAL PREPARATIONS....................................................................................................
3.1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS...............................................................................................................
3.2 TYPES OF CABLES..........................................................................................................................
4. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.....................................................................................................
4.1 CONNECTIONS ON INTERFACE BOARD...................................................................................
4.2 DATA TRANSMISSION LINES.......................................................................................................
4.3 INTERCOM CONNECTION............................................................................................................
5. SETTING OF COMPONENTS........................................................................................................
5.1 DETECTOR CONFIGURATION......................................................................................................
5.2 THERMOSTAT ADJUSTMENTS.....................................................................................................
6. MANAGEMENT UNIT.....................................................................................................................
6.1 P.LITE COBRA BOARD...................................................................................................................
6.2 JUMPER FUNCTION........................................................................................................................
6.3 RS485 LINE TERMINATION...........................................................................................................
6.4 ELECTRICAL CONTROL WIRING.................................................................................................
7. PROGRAMMING KEYBOARD .....................................................................................................
7.1 KEYBOARD CHARACTERISTICS ................................................................................................
7.2 DISPLAY OF INFORMATION .........................................................................................................
7.2.1 VEHICLE PRESENCE MANAGEMENT .....................................................................................
7.2.2 INFORMATION WHICH CAN BE RETRIEVED WITH THE PUSH-BUTTONS .....................
7.2.3 DISPLAY OF EVENTS ..................................................................................................................
7.3 CONFIGURATION WITH PL KEYBOARD ....................................................................................
7.3.1 ACCESS TO/EXIT FROM PROGRAMMING ..............................................................................
7.3.2 STRUCTURE OF MAIN MENU....................................................................................................
7.3.3 “1-MAIN SETTINGS” MENU .......................................................................................................
7.3.4 MENU “2 - CARD MANAGEMENT” ...........................................................................................
7.3.5 MENU “3 - SETUP DATE/TIME” ..................................................................................................
7.3.6 MENU “4-LANGUAGE”.................................................................................................................
7.3.7 MENU “5 - SETUP TECHNICAL PARAMETERS”.......................................................................
7.3.8 MENU “6-END OF PROGRAMMING”..........................................................................................
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1. DESCRIPTION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1 DESCRIPTION
The ParkLite Ticket Dispenser is available in three versions:
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ParkLite TD
•
ParkLite TD-TAG
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ParkLite TD-MAG
All models are provided with the ticket issue module, for
managing single-stay users. You can choose from 6 different
types of available ticket lay-outs, so that the required information is printed on the issued ticket. Two models have been
created showing very clearly the date and time of the user’s
entry, and four models which indicate a 22-character barcode,
containing all the information about the moment when access
is performed. In addition to the essential data which the Ticket
Dispenser prints on the ticket, according to the chosen lay-out,
up to 4 header lines can be pre-set (name, park address, etc)
and 5 lines of notes (warnings, agreements, publicity, etc.), so
that they are printed by the equipment on every issued ticket.
The printing unit constructs the ticket, taking thermal paper
from a roll, and then transforms it by means of the various
devices it contains (printing head, cutter, expeller, control
electronics). Thermal paper rolls of 80gr/sq.m, or 140 gr./sq.m.
can be used. The TD’s ticket issuing capacity varies according
to the type of paper used.
“ParkLite TD-TAG” has a reader of passive proximity cards,
which detects memory-stored codes at a frequency of 125 Khz.
“ParkLite TD-MAG” has a magnetic card reader, which reads
magnetic bands coded on a Standard 2 ISO track.
The Ticket Dispenser can be connected to a specific intercom
control unit (optional), which enables the operator to remotely
communicate with the user situated on the entrance lane.
The unit can manage an available/full panel (optional), to
signal the availability of a car space to the user.
Connection with two magnetic loops, able to detect the presence and transit direction of the vehicle, is obligatory for all
models. The engagement and disengagement of these sensors,
allows the Ticket Dispenser to enable the ticket issue/card
reading modules, control the car’s travelling direction, supply
the closing command to the beam and do the counting. The
location of the loops, in common with the equipment for controlling access in the entrance lane, must observe to the letter
the instructions in the following chapters.
The Ticket Dispenser directly opens/closes the beam with an
impulsive logic, providing the open/closed command. For this
reason, when creating entry gates for vehicles, solely beams
which manage the car park logic must be used.
The vehicles-only lanes must be provided with appropriate
horizontal and vertical signs indicating “transit by pedestrians
forbidden”. Likewise, if there are any pedestrian crossings
on the lanes, all the beams must be made safe and suitable
warning signs must be installed. See the current legal regulations on the matter (in particular standards: EN12453 and EN
12455).
To avoid damage to transiting vehicles, the barriers must be
equipped with a safety option, which makes it possible to
connect the “vehicle present” signal, received from the transit
loop, to avoid accidental closure. This characteristic must be
enabled also when photocells installed under the beam are
used.
The ParkLite Ticket Dispenser was designed to manage the
entrance lane of a parking area. This function can be performed
by the equipment in different ways:
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stand-alone
•
slaved to another “Master” unit
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slaved to the “ParkLite” management software.
The services offered by the system depend on the type of mode
selected.
The unit controlling access to the gate in stand-alone mode, or
the unit connected to a “Master” unit, can be configured and
managed by a “PL programming Keyboard”; without the need
for connection to a PC and to the relevant application program.
This characteristic makes it possible to create simple, economic systems.
Alternatively, the Ticket Dispenser can be connected to a
personal computer, on which the ParkLite software has been
installed.
This type of connection makes it possible to exploit all the
services offered by the system, thanks to the support of the
parking area management program.
Thermostat
Printing unit
Ticket request button
Ticket issue opeCard reader
Intercom
Paper roll support
Spare paper sensor
Heater
Plastic box with control
board Cobra 5000 P.Lite
Metal protection for
Power Feeder and wire
terminal-boards.
fig. 1 ParkLite Ticket Dispenser
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1.2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Tab. 1 Characteristics present on all ParkLite Ticket Dispenser models
DIMENSIONS
350x1050x170 (Width x Height x Depth in mm)
WEIGHT
30 Kg
CABINET PROTECTIVE TREATMENT
Cataphoresis
CABINET PAINT
Opaque grey and blue micalised polyester
POWER SUPPLY
230 Vac (+6% - 10%) 50 Hz
OPERATING AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
-20°C / +50°C
ABSORBED POWER WITH HEATER
100 Watt
ABSORBED POWER WITHOUT HEATER
45 Watt
INPUT/OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
Through pull out terminal-boards, on control board
METAL DETECTOR FOR LOOP CONNECTION
Integrated,with two channels and doubled outputs
POWER SUPPLY
Switching on 2 channels; 115Vac - 230Vac
HEATER
Yes
TEMPERATURE MAINTENANCE THERMOSTAT
Yes (value range from 0° to 30° Celsius)
DATA TRANSMISSION LINE
RS485 (or RS232 for one equipment only at max 12mt from the PC)
CONTROL UNIT
COBRA 5000 P.Lite board
RAM CONTROL UNIT
512 KByte
USER CAPACITY
5000
EVENT CAPACITY
15000
SPARE PAPER SENSOR
Yes
PRINTING UNIT
Consist of: THERMAL PRINTER + CUTTER + EXPELLER
PRINTER RESOLUTION
200 DPI (8 dot/mm)
PRINTING SPEED
140mm/sec
TYPE OF PAPER
White Thermal: 80gr/sq.m or 140gr/sq.m
ROLL DIMENSIONS
Diameter 280mm
PAPER ROLL WITH ISSUING CAPACITY OF
6000 Tickets with 80gr/sq.m paper, 3000 Ticket with 140gr/sq.m paper
ISSUED TICKET DETECTION
Barcode with 22 characters 2/5 interleaved or with entry date /time
TEXTS PRINTABLE ON TICKET
Up to 4 header lines and 5 lines of notes, 28 characters per line
TICKET DISPENSING SPEED
Up to 21 tickets per minute
Tab.2 Characteristics present only on ParkLite TD TAG
TYPE OF CARD READER
Contact Less reader of Passive Transponders
CARD DETECTION FREQUENCY
125 KHz
TYPE OF READ CARDS CODING
UNIQUE
CARD DETECTION DISTANCE
Max. 10cm.
CARD FORMAT
ISO (86x54x0,78mm)
Tab. 3 Characteristics present only on ParkLite TD MAG
TYPE OF CARD READER
Magnetic card swipe reader (100% of track)
TYPE OF READ CARDS CODING
Standard 2 ISO track (from 1 to 37 characters)
CODING CODE
High coercitivity 4000 Oe
CARD FORMAT
ISO (86x54x0,78mm)
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2. INSTALLATION OF COMPONENTS
2.1 LANE CHARACTERISTICS
The construction and deployment of the loops is fundamentally
important to ensure that the system functions correctly. For this
reason, observe to the letter all the instructions described in the
following paragraphs:
2.3 Making the Magnetic Loops
2.7 Positioning the equipment.
All the components of an entrance lane of a ParkLite automated
parking system, are directly managed by the Ticket Dispenser.
The entrance lane of a parking area consists of:
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Nr. 01 ParkLite Ticket Dispenser.
Nr. 01 620 rapid barrier RH.
Nr. 02 Magnetic loops.
Nr. 01 Parking Available/Full panel.
Nr. 01 Pair of photocells.*
• The power cables and the cables for connecting the equipment in the parking system must have the characteristics
indicated in paragraph:
3.2 Type of cables.
Furthermore, all the instructions in paragraph “General safety
rules” on page 3 must be respected, and, with reference to the
specific electrical preparations, as described in paragraph:
3.1 Safety rules.
620 rapid barrier RH
A/F Panel
Ticket Dispenser
• The Ticket Dispenser was designed to manage automatically
the entry of vehicles to a parking area. Therefore, transit by
pedestrians must be forbidden in the area reserved for transit
of vehicles. Moreover, appropriate signs prohibiting transit by
pedestrians must be installed. Where it is not possible to have
an entrance/exit gate reserved exclusively for pedestrians, the
current legal regulations on the subject must be absolutely
observed; (in particular standards: EN 12453 and EN 12445)
Photocells
Magnetic
Loops
• The lane must not allow access by two or more vehicles side
fig. 2 Entrance lane
by side. For this reason, the width of the lane must be appropriately sized, according to the type of vehicle generally used.
* optional
• Sufficient space must be provided for every equipment of
the parking system, so that all the necessary installation and
maintenance operations can be smoothly carried out.
2.2 ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS
• The entrance lane to a parking area managed by the Ticket
• The A/F panel must be installed in a point visible to users
Dispenser must be constructed so that the vehicles coming
from different directions can easily get close to the column, to
enable the user to withdraw the ticket or show a valid transit
ticket without any difficulty.
coming from various directions.
• Appropriate signs (not supplied by FAAC), indicating the
tariffs and the car park rules must be visibly shown on the
entrance lane to the car park.
• The equipment must be installed on an island 15 cm. above
road level. If this is not possible, protective structures must be
installed around the base of the two columns (TD and barrier
620) and the Ticket Dispenser must be raised 15 cm. above
the lane paving, so that the devices for issuing and treating the
tickets for access to the parking area are located at the right
height.
• The Ticket Dispenser operates only if the magnetic loops
NB.: All the equipment which can be used in the ParkLite
parking system, were designed and tested by FAAC, in
observance of the points mentioned above. In order to avoid
any kind of unforeseen behaviour, all the rules shown in this
manual must be observed.
have been correctly connected to it. In fact, the column was designed to manage all the user access to lane stages, exploiting
these two elements, which are generally defined as: presence
loop and transit loop.
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2.3 CONSTRUCTION OF LOOPS
described up to here, around the perimeter in which it must be
constructed.
Procedure for the above operation: insert the cable end from
the sharp edge providing access into the chosen seat, next run
it inside for a set of full ‘circuits’, to make a coil, and then
make the same cable come out from the point where it had
been inserted. 2.3.1 INSTALLATION
The following instructions must be respected:
• Lay the loops at least 15 cm. from fixed metal objects.
• Lay the loops at least 15 cm. from fixed metal grilles.
• Lay the loops at least 50 cm. from moving metal objects.
• The loops must be laid at a depth of 30mm. to 50mm. from
the road surface.
• The loop must be made with a single cable, without making
any joints or shunts inside the pits.
• The two ends of the cable issuing from the loop perimeter
must be twisted or intertwined with each other at least 20 times
per meter, up to the connection inside the Ticket Dispenser.
• The twisted cable of the loop must be laid in pipes or cable
ducts separated from those used for other purposes (power
etc.). Loop consisting
of 4 windings
Fig. 4
2.3.2 CONSTRUCTION
The windings which must be made in order to construct the
loop correctly, depend on the dimension of the perimeter.
The dimensions of the loops to be laid on the lane managed
by the Ticket Dispenser, shown in the following chapters, call
strictly for the construction of 4 windings.
In fact, the system detects all the transit stages of the vehicles
on the entrance lane, making use of these devices. As a result,
fewer than specified windings will not make the equipment,
assigned to control the lane, operate correctly.
NB.: if there are metal nets under the paving (see the distance
of the metal grilles previously referred to), we advise you to
add 2 windings to the 4 obligatory windings.
The shape of the loops must be ‘rectangular’. The corners
must be cut at 45° to prevent the cable breaking, due to the
vibrations of transiting vehicles or possible settling of the road
paving.
2.4 MASONRY PREPARATIONS
2.4.1 LAYING THE FOUNDATION PLATES
The foundation plate for securing the Ticket Dispenser is
identical to the one used for installing the 620 barrier. The
drawing below shows the dimensions and methods for laying
them both.
Fig. 3
Dimensions in mm.
There are two methods for making them:
• Lay a single single-pole cable with a cross section of
1.5 mm2, with double insulation, directly in a chase made in
the existing road paving.
• First construct a cable duct in PVC of the necessary shape,
insert a single-pole single-insulation cable with a cross-section
of 1.5 mm2 inside it, and then lay the loop thus constructed
inside the chase.
NB.: in both cases, respect the requirements specified in point
2.3.1.
2.3.3 NUMBER OF WINDINGS
Fig. 5
The loop must consist of a precise set of windings of the cable
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2.5 COMPONENT DIMENSIONS
The following figure shows how to make the foundation plinth
of the support stake of the A/F Panel. The pole has a height of
4,100 mm. and an external diameter of 102 mm.
The following pictures show the dimensions in millimetres of
the main lane equipment.
Dimensions in mm.
Ticket Dispenser Dimensions
Cable
Asola per
routing
slot cavi
passaggio
Fig. 8
Fig. 6
The dimension of the support stake was chosen so that the A/F
Panel is as visible as possible to users approaching the entry to
the parking area.
Dimensions of 620 Barrier
2.4.2 FASTENING
Ticket Dispenser and/or 620 Barrier
• Using a level, check if the foundation plate is perfectly horizontal before installing.
• Secure the upright to the plate with suitable nuts and
washers.
A/F Panel
This device can be fitted either on the wall or on the support
stake. In the latter case the following are necessary:
• Make sure that the pole is perfectly perpendicular with respect to the road surface and check if it is stable.
• Use the counter-plates as shown in the following picture.
350
Fig. 10
Fig. 7
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P
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1100
P
Single face A/F Panel
62
350
Two-face A/F Panel
Single face A/F Panel
1100
Two-face A/F Panel
Fig. 9
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2.6 PREPARATION OF CHANNELS
Vac power cables) and low voltage (cables for: commands,
safety, intercom, serial data line, etc.).
Furthermore, appropriately size the diameter of the cable ducts
to be laid, in relation to the cross-section and number of cables
to be inserted. To this end please refer to section 3. Electrical
preparations of this manual. Before carrying out the masonry works required to make the
lane, prepare all the channels/ducts/raceways essential for
cable routing, for electrical connection of the system’s equipment.
Lay the cable ducts, scrupulously observing the indications
shown in the lay-out below.
Separate ducts must be provided between: high voltage (230
Channel lay-out for Entrance lane
Driving direction
Fig. 11
1 Input of Ticket Dispenser power cables
2 Input and output of cables for data transmission line on RS 485
protocol
3 Input for intercom line cables
4 Input of area count reduction contact, (ONLY Master TD)
5 Parking Available/Full panel connection line
6 Vehicle Presence loop
7 Vehicle Transit loop
8 Open/Closed barrier commands + transit loop safety contact
9 Input of barrier power cables
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2.7 POSITION OF EQUIPMENT
Driving direction
Fig. 12
Presence loop
Foundation plate for
620 rapid barrier (RH version)
Foundation plate
for ParkLite column
Equipment lay-out for managing vehicles on entrance lane
Transit loop
the dimensions shown in the lay-out below:
To ensure the parking system operates correctly, all the equipment of the entrance lane must be positioned, strictly observing
3. ELECTRICAL PREPARATIONS
3.1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• Before attempting any action on the system, cut out the
electrical power supply.
• Install an omnipolar switch upstream of the power supply
line for the device, with contact opening distance of 3 mm. or
more. We advise you to use a 6A thermal breaker with omnipolar switching.
• Make sure that a differential switch with a threshold of 0.03A
is installed upstream of the system.
• Make sure that the earthing system is expertly made and
connect to it the metal parts of the closing element.
• Apply all the instructions described in the preceding points to
all the lane devices, in addition to the Ticket Dispenser. 11
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Power supply
Ticket Dispenser
230Vac VAC - 50 Hz
Power supply
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Token acceptor 620E
Flame-retardant cable 2 x 1,5 mm² + earth (power supply)
Single-pole cable 1,5 mm² with single or double insulation of the presence loop
Single-pole cable 1,5 mm² with single or double insulation of the transit loop
Cable Belden 9841 or CEAM Y09842 with twisted pairs and screened for transmission on
data network with RS 485 protocol. All devices must be multidrop-connected as shown in
lay-out “Data Line Connections”
Shielded cable for intercom 2 x 1,5 mm² (if Legacy model).
Telephone pair 0,4 mm² - 275 Ohm/Km Line (Double wire), or telephone pair 0,6 mm² 122
- Ohm/Km Line (Double wire) (if Deluxe model)
Flame-retardant cable 2 x 0,5 mm² (area reduction input). NB: for Master TD only
Flame-retardant cable 4 x 1,5 mm² + earth (power supply to parking available/full panel)
Flame-retardant cable 2 x 0,5 mm² (input for barrier closure safety)
Flame-retardant cable 3 x 0,5 mm² (open/closed barrier commands)
Intercom control unit
Open/Closed commands
Safety contact
Safety contact
A/F panel
The characteristics of the cables, to be used for connecting the
Ticket Dispenser, are determined to ensure that the equipment
and all the devices connected to it operate well.
Presence
Loop
Presence loop
Transit
Loop
Transit loop
Converter
Controller PL
TD Slave TR Slave
RS 485 Data Line
Personal Computer
Electrical preparations for the ParkLite Ticket Dispenser lane
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3.2 TYPE OF CABLES
For this reason, you must use only the conductors with the
characteristics described in the table below:
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PL programming keyboard for
configuring the Ticket Dispenser in
stand-alone mode
Personal Computer
Power spply
Ticket Dispenser
230 Vac/50-60 Hz
Phase for complete illumination of “P”lamp on A/F panel
Neutral for complete illumination of “P”lamp on A/F panel
Phase for complete illumination of “Available” on A/F panel
Phase for complete illumination of “Full” on A/F panel
+ RS 485 Polling In
- RS 485 Polling In
+ RS 485 Polling Out
Shield. RS 485 Polling In
- RS 485 Polling Out
Controller PL
TD Master
TD Slave TR Slave
TD Slave
Additional inputs
Input 6
Input 2
Blue
Brown
Green
Red
Parking available/full panel
620/640 barrier configured in P logic
Board 624 BLD
+ RS 485 Polling Out for sub-network
Shield. RS 485 Polling Out
- RS 485 Polling Out for sub-network
Token acceptor 620E
Shield. RS 485 Polling Out for sub-network
Presence loop
Common Open/Closed Barrier
Cn2 board 680
Cn2 board 680
Vehicle detection loops
on entrance lane
Most of the devices managed by the Ticket Dispenser are
connected via the Interface board. The lay-out below shows all
Open Barrier
Closed Barrier
Common input
Common input
Input down-count token acceptor 1
Input down-count token acceptor 2
Input 6 additional
Input 2 additional
C Presence loop output
NA Presence loop output
620/640 barrier configured in P logic
Transit loop
Portable computer for configuring the
Ticket Dispenser in stand-alone mode
C Transit loop output
NC Presence loop output
Barrier photocell
Board 624 BLD
NA Transit loop output
NC Transit loop output
Equipment connection lay-out for ParkLite Ticket Dispenser
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4. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
4.1 CONNECTIONS ON INTERFACE BOARD
the connections that can be made, for all the types of uses for
which the equipment was designed.
Converter
Controller PL
Concentrator
Personal Computer
Controller PL
NET
Personal Computer
Wired network
socket (RJ45)
RS 485 Data transmission line
TD Slave
TR Slave
Controller PL
• Use a paired, twisted and screened cable for transmission on data network with RS 485
protocol, type Belden 9841 or CEAM Y09842 or with identical characteristics.
• All devices must be multidrop-connected as shown in lay-out. .
• A maximum of 31 devices can be connected for every line output from the converter.
• The total maximum distance of the network must not exceed 1200 mt..
• Insert a 120 Ohm termination resistor (insert by shifting a jumper on the Cobra control
unit or on the converter) at the end of the line..
• Star-type connections are not permitted.
• Do not make any joints on the data transmission cable.
4.2 DATA TRANSMISSION LINES
The Ticket Dispenser can be connected to a data transmission
line, so that all the necessary information can be transmitted/
received, in a specific management unit, to which the equipment will be slaved. In the higher performance systems, all the
devices which control entrance/exit to/from the parking area,
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Connect to the Com serial port of PC
(connector DB9 male)
Patch cord for connection to LAN network
Wired network
socket (RJ45)
TCP/IP Ethernet
LAN Network
10/100 MBit
• The concentrator PC must share the program’s (ParkLite) work directory with all the NET
computers for access, reading and writing.
• If the system uses NET stations, both the concentrator PC and the NET PC must have a
static address assigned to them..
• The fundamental parameters for network connection between PCs. such as: IP address,
Netmask, Gateway, etc, must be supplied by the customer’s network administrator.
Network connection between Concentrator PC and NET PC
Connection of data lines in a system operating on-line with controller PC and ParkLite management software
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are controlled by a Personal Computer (data controller) by
means of the ParkLite software. The lay-out in the following
figure shows the connection of the various types of equipment
which can be connected to the data transmission line. In addition to this, a table summarises the characteristics required for
operation of the data communication networks. Fig. 16
Cobra P.Lite board
Interface board
TD Master
Interface board
TD Slave
RS 485 Data transmission line
Controller PL Slave
• Use a paired, twisted and screened cable for transmission on data network with RS 485
protocol, type Belden 9841 or CEAM Y09842 or with identical characteristics.
• All devices must be multidrop-connected as shown in lay-out. .
• A maximum of 31 devices can be connected to the Master TD output line.
• The total maximum distance of the network must not exceed 1200 mt..
• Insert a 120 Ohm termination resistor (insert by shifting a jumper on the Cobra control
unit or on the converter) at the end of the line..
• Star-type connections are not permitted.
• Do not make any joints on the data transmission cable.
Where a Personal Computer for managing the parking area
cannot be used, its work can be delegated to a single Ticket Dispenser, defined as Master TD. However, we should emphasise
that the functions provided by this type of system are limited
both by the specified functions and by the equipment which
can be connected. Only other Slave TDs or other PL Slave Controllers (the latter
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Subnetwork Out
Connection of a data line as a sub-network to Master TD
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only for managing subscriber users) can be connected to the
Master unit.
No type of Cash Desk or Ticket Reader can be connected to
this system. The lay-out in the following figure shows the
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4.3 INTERCOM CONNECTION
The intercom is an optional item and can be supplied in two
different models, named:
• LEGACY
• DELUXE
The connection of the intercom line for both models must be
made via a terminal-board installed on a DIN guide, which is
located under the interface board. To connect the conductors,
refer to the lay-out shown in the following figure:
The detector can be set by using the 8 dip-switches located at
the side of the control board. Varying the position of each dipswitch enables you to change the operational characteristics
of this component. The following steps show all the
configurations that can be performed. In addition to this, the
tables show the recommended value in blue.
Sensitivity
For each channel, you can change the inductivity sensitiveness
which a vehicle must vary to activate the relevant output of
the detector. This parameter is adjusted separately for each
channel, with the aid of two dip-switches
Intercom connection
Common contact
Line
5.1 DETECTOR CONFIGURATION
The ParkLite Ticket Dispenser is supplied with the built-in
DP2 two-channel detector. This device is fitted in the interface
board and detects vehicles transiting on the entrance lane. The
following image shows the board’s essential components:
Channel 2
Channel 2
DIP 01 = ON
DIP 02 = OFF
DIP 05 = ON
DIP 06 = OFF
Medium-high
DIP 01 = OFF
DIP 02 = ON
DIP 05 = OFF
DIP 06 = ON
High
DIP 01 = ON
DIP 02 = ON
DIP 05 = ON
DIP 06 = ON
Detector Status
Not powered
Self-setting
Loop free
Loop engaged
Faulty loop
Channel 1
Channel 1
Fig. 18
Medium-Low
Channel 1
DIP 04 = OFF
DIP 04 = ON
Channel 2
DIP 08 = OFF
DIP 08 = ON
Channel 1
DIP 03 = OFF
DIP 03 = ON
Channel 2
DIP 07 = OFF
DIP 07 = ON
Signalling LEDs
The green LED signals that the detector channel is operating,
whereas the red LED supplies information on the status of the
relay according to loop condition. Signals are shown separately
for each of the 2 channels.
The following table summarises the detected conditions. Service
Red Led
DIP 05 = OFF
DIP 06 = OFF
Presence time
5 minutes
Infinity
Detector DP2
Green Led
Low
Presence time and reset
Dip-switches 3 and 7 enable you to set a continuous detection
time of 5 minutes, after which a reset and a consequent self-set
are performed automatically. This type of setting is normally
not recommended for parking systems, because the cars may
stay on the loops for some time, e.g. waiting for a vehicle to
come out when the area is full. 5. SETTING OF COMPONENTS
8 Frequency
7 Hold time
6 Sensitivity B
5 Sensitivity A
4 Frequency
3 Hold Time
2 Sensitivity B
1 Sensitivity A
Channel 2
DIP 01 = OFF
DIP 02 = OFF
Frequency
Low
High
NB.: connection to the intercom control unit depends on the
model used. To this end, consult the manual of the intercom
that was bought.
Red Led
Channel 1
Frequency
The operating frequency of the detector can be configured
on two levels, by dip-switches 4 and 8, separately for each
channel. It is essential to differentiate the frequency among
the channels of the detectors which command the loops of two
adjacent lanes, in order to avoid any kind of noise.
Fig. 17
Green Led
Sensitivity
Green Led
OFF
Flashing light
ON
ON
OFF
Red Led
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
NB: for further information about the DP2 detector, please
consult the manual of this device
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6.2 JUMPER FUNCTION
5.2 THERMOSTAT ADJUSTMENTS
Whenever the Ticket Dispenser is powered up, the Cobra
P.Lite control unit controls the function to which it is delegated, through the jumper fitted on the CN1 connector, and it sets
itself to manage all the specified devices for that use.
Therefore this jumper must be correctly fitted.
Obviously, the Ticket Dispenser is supplied with the jumper
already set in the right position. Fig.19 shows all the settings
which can be carried out on the management unit. This figure
is included in order to be used, if this board has to be replaced
on the equipment. A temperature of 22°C must be maintained inside the column
in order to obtain good ticket printing quality and good bar
code readings on the installed devices. This characteristic will
ensure that the thermal printer operates at its best, when the
ticket is printed. This is in addition to eliminate any condensation accumulated inside, due to possible temperature ranges
between day and night. We therefore advise you to always feed
the Ticket Dispenser and adjust the thermostat knob to 22°C.
6. CONTROL UNIT
6.3 RS485 LINE TERMINATION
6.1 P.LITE COBRA BOARD
On the Cobra P.Lite board, there are two connectors which
make it possible to fit a 120 Ohm termination resistor on the
RS485 data transmission line.
We should stress that this resistor must be fitted only if the
equipment is located on one of the ends of the line section.
Use the CN8 connector to insert the resistor if the unit is a
slave with respect to the Controller PC or with respect to a
Master TD.
Use the CN6 connector to insert the resistor on the subnetwork on the Master unit when other Slave TDs are connected to it.
Figure 19 shows the insertion of this characteristic.
The Ticket Dispenser electronic control unit is defined as: Cobra P.Lite. It has specifically created firmware for commanding all devices which need to be controlled on the entrance
lane to the parking area.
The board manages some processes in a fully independent way,
whereas others can be subordinated through the board to the
ParkLite management software.
We must underscore the fact that every equipment for treating
tickets and cards in the ParkLite system uses this type of unit.
The various devices of the system (Ticket Dispenser, Ticket
Reader, Cash Desk, etc) make use of this control board with
the same firmware. The function to which the equipment is
addressed, is acquired by inserting a jumper, located on the
board’s CN1 connector. Set-up of function jumper and insertion of termination resistor
Cobra P.Lite board
Set-up of function Jumper
Position of Jumper in CN1 Description of function
A
TICKET DISPENSER
B
CASH-DESK (ON LANE OR DECENTRALISED)
C
SUBSCRIPTION (VEHICULAR)
D
SUBSCRIPTION (PEDESTRIAN)
E
TICKET READER
NB: make sure that the jumper is positioned between A and B of CN1.
Termination resistor on RS485 network
Position of Jumper in CN8 Description of function
DOWN (Toward ALI board) 120 OHM RESISTOR NOT INSERTED
R (UP)
120 OHM RESISTOR INSERTED
Termination resistor on RS485 sub-network
Position of Jumper in CN6 Description of function
LEFT (Toward M1)
R (RIGHT)
120 OHM RESISTOR NOT INSERTED
120 OHM RESISTOR INSERTED
Fig. 19
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Cobra P.Lite board
PRATIC 503 board
CN3 on Interface board
CN5 on Interface board
Not used
Not used
Power feeder
CN1 on Interface board
CN1 on Interface board
Not connected
Not connected
CN2 on Interface board
Ticket request push-button Request ticket printing at entry
Ticket Dispenser Printer
CN4 on Interface board
M9
M10
M14
M15
M16
M8
18
M7
M6
M5
M4
M17
M13
CN5
Function
Transponder reader
Front Led
CLED
Fig. 20
Connection of front LED signalling outcome of ticket reading/collection
Connection of passive transponders reader 125 Khz
M1 on Cobra P.Lite board Connection of reader input to control unit
CPROX
CM1
Pratic 503 Destination
Available/Full panel management
Transmit ticket printing commands
Inputs: loops engage/disengage (in5 and in1), area down-count or reserve (remaining)
Output 4
Output 3
Closed Barrier Command(Output 2)
Open Barrier Command (Output 1)
+24Vdc power supply to board
The table in the following figure shows the various internal
connections with the electronic control unit housed in the
None
None
Direct PC connection for configuration (CN7 connector, Interface board)
Output for data transmission sub-network in RS485 for polling (Master TD only)
Output for data transmission network in RS485 for polling (Slave TD)
6.4 CONTROL UNIT WIRING
Wiring on Pratic 503 board
CN3 on Interface board
M12
Input for data transmission network in RS485 for polling (Slave TD)
CN3 on Interface board
M11
Connection of Time PL keyboard for configuration (connector CN8. Interface board)
Connection of Pratic 503 board for managing reader (ParkLite TD-TAG)
CN6 on Interface board
Connection of MAG100 reader (ParkLite TD-MAG)
CM1 (Pratic 503)
M2
M1
Function
MAG 100 reader
Cobra P.Lite Destination
Wiring on Cobra P.Lite board
Wiring on the electronic control board
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Ticket Dispenser. The table includes the connectors on the
board, and the relevant description of cable destinations and
the function of the connection.
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7. PROGRAMMING KEYBOARD
7.1 KEYBOARD CHARACTERISTICS
The “PL programming Keyboard” is used to execute the
configuration of the unit which operates independently (i.e.
without connection to a personal computer with the ParkLite
management software) or subordinately to another Master Ticket
Dispenser.
The device is supplied with a cable, which is used for connection
to the Ticket Dispenser.
The connection must be made on the female 15-pin connector,
defined as CN8, which is located on the interface board of the
Ticket Dispenser; (see fig. 14 on page 13 of this manual).
IMPORTANT: all keyboard connection and disconnection
operations must be made when the Ticket Dispenser is not
powered. Failure to observe this precaution can damage the
device permanently.
PL programming Keyboard
Connect to CN8 in the
interface board of the
Ticket Dispenser
Fig. 21
7.2 DISPLAY OF INFORMATION
In the standard use mode (i.e. when the unit is not being
programmed), the keyboard display shows a set of information
items which can be exploited by the operator to control correct
operation of the system. These messages can be subdivided
essentially into three categories:
• Vehicle presence management..
• Information which can be retrieved with the keyboard’s
push-buttons.
• Display of events.
7.2.1 VEHICLE PRESENCE MANAGEMENT
The keyboard displays has two types of viewings, which depend on the chosen operational function, which can be:
• Master Ticket Dispenser.
• Slave Ticket Dispenser.
For obvious reasons, more sets of information are shown on
the display of a Master Ticket Dispenser, compared to the
device which operates as a Slave, because this unit has the task
of independently managing the parking area.
In this case, the programming keyboard is exploited by the
operator, both for controlling the operation of the system, and
for executing the configuration of the parameters. Master Ticket Dispenser
1
3
5
7
9
NRP:0028 _ S 2:YRP:0005 _ N 1:2
4
6
8
10
1. Counter of users without a reserved place: users without
a reserved place (single stay and subscribers) who are currently
inside the parking area, are continuously reported and updated.
2. Counter of users with a reserved place: subscriber users
with a reserved place who are currently inside the parking area,
are continuously reported and updated.
3. NRP area status: when the parking area assigned to users
who do not have a reserved place, is free, the display shows
an underlining “_” hyphen, instead when it is full, the display
shows and asterisk”*”. We must emphasise that the Ticket Dispenser prevents access to this user category, when full
status has been reached.
4. YRP areas status: when the parking area assigned to users
who have a reserved place, is free, the display shows an underlining “_” hyphen, instead when it is full, the display
shows and asterisk”*”. We must emphasise that the Ticket
Dispenser does not prevent access to this user category, when
full status has been reached.
5. Connection status to Personal Computer: The letter “S”
indicates that the Ticket Dispenser is operating in stand-alone
mode (the normal operating status of a Master unit). Letter
“O” indicates that the Ticket Dispenser is connected and is
communicating on-line with a PC (this is the condition when
using the PC with ParkLite software to configure the unit).
6. Barrier Status: letter “N” indicates that the barrier is managed by the Ticket Dispenser in normal mode. Letter “A”
and letter “C” respectively indicate that the barrier was forced
to remain: “always open” or “always closed”.
7. Transit loop: number “2” refers to the transit loop of the
lane.
8. Presence loop: number “1” refers to the presence loop of
the lane.
9. Transit loop status: hyphen “-”shows that the transit loop
does not detect any metallic mass, whereas the asterisk “*”
indicates a vehicle was detected.
10. Presence loop status: hyphen “-”shows that the presence
loop does not detect any metallic mass, whereas the asterisk
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Slave Ticket Dispenser
1
2
4
6
_ O 2:N 1:3
7
5
1. Area Status: when the parking area is free, the display shows
an underlining “_” hyphen, instead when it is full, the display
shows and asterisk ”*”. We must emphasise that the Ticket
Dispenser prevents access to this user category, when full status
has been reached.
NB.: the status of the area is communicated by the data
controller PC when the free/full status or vice versa changes.
2. Connection status to Personal Computer: the letter “S”
indicates that the Ticket Dispenser is operating in stand-alone
mode, whereas letter “O” indicates that the Ticket Dispenser is
connected and is communicating on-line with a PC.
3. Barrier Status: letter “N” indicates that the barrier is managed by the Ticket Dispenser in normal mode. Letter “A” and
letter “C” respectively indicate that the barrier was forced to
remain: “always open” or “always closed”.
4. Transit loop: number “2” refers to the transit loop of the
lane.
5. Presence loop: number “1” refers to the presence loop of the
lane.
6. Transit loop status: hyphen “-”shows that the transit loop
does not detect any metallic mass, whereas the asterisk “*”
indicates a vehicle was detected.
7. Presence loop status: hyphen “-”shows that the presence
loop does not detect any metallic mass, whereas the asterisk “*”
indicates a vehicle was detected.
7.2.2INFORMATION WHICH CAN BE RETRIEVED WITH THE PUSH-BUTTONS
Push-button with arrow
For permanently showing date and time on the display. It operates
alternatively, changing over from “Vehicle presence management”
to “Display date/time” and vice versa.
The display shows time as follows:
1
WEN. 23-11- 2006
SA TIME 12:20:19
2
3
1. Date
2. Communication Status: nothing = On-line, SA = Stand-alone
3. Time
‘Hash’ sign push-button
If you press this push-button, the display will show some information about: serial node number, communication
method, firmware version.
The display of these parameters is timed and remains for 5
seconds, from the time it was requested.
3
1
2
4
N. 001 /P B (c)
Ver. 05.01.03d 00
5
1. Serial node number: this field shows the serial address assigned to the unit (permitted values from 001 to 255).
2. Communication method: indicates the setting of the communication method; /P = Polling, /T=Modem or LAN (permitted in special cases only).
3. Reader input: shows the reader input of the management
unit to which the programming keyboard is connected.
4. Board type: shows the type of control unit.
5. Firmware Version: indicates the firmware version being
used.
Function keys
The function keys are essentially used on the Master Ticket
Dispenser to carry out operations controlling communication,
which occurs on the subline.
F1 Push-button F1
Used for showing which subline panels communicate with the
Master unit: 1
_ - 3- 5 - - - - - - - - - - ---------------2
1. First line: this function shows the panels numbered from
2 to 16 which are communicating by polling on the subline;
(panels 3 and 5 in the example).
2. Second line: this shows the panels numbered from 17 to 32,
which are communicating by polling on the subline.
F2 Push-button F2
This is used for commanding off-loading of archives to panels
connected to the Master unit on the subline.
F3 Push-button F3
Used for forcing the opening/closure of the barrier, on the unit to
which the keyboard is connected. You can choose from:
• DONORMAL (standard operating mode)
• DOALWAYS OPEN (barrier forced to stay open)
• DOALWAYS CLOSED (barrier forced to stay closed)
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Message
7.2.3 DISPLAY OF EVENTS
SUSPENDED
CARD N.
2345
Transit with Ticket request on Master TD
1
ANTIPASS-BACK F.
CARD N.
2345
TICKET +TRANSIT
PAN.OK :1
2
Description
CARD
Stage 2 (Result of card transit)
Transit with Card reading on Master TD
Stage 1 (Result of card reading)
1
2
CARD OK:
25
10:23:56
2
Breached transit
1
P.BREACH :1
FORWARD
The display of the PL Keyboard shows the following messages,
whenever it detects a breached transit (i.e. the characteristics of
a correct transit were not respected):
Message
Other messages shown during card reading:
Description
Indicates that the read card was not
NOT IN ARCHIVE
inserted in the Ticket Dispenser card
CARD N. ????? archive, or that it is not valid.
Indicates that the system code WRONG SITE CODE detected on the track of the CARD N. 2345 magnetic card is incorrect
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The display of the PL Keyboard shows the following information after card reading by the user:
1. CARD+TRANSIT: this string is shown when the Ticket
Dispenser detects a transit by a user, following a card reading.
2. Result: OK is shown if the user who had done the reading,
consequently effected a valid transit. If transit was not effected
correctly, ERR is shown.
3. Panel No.: indicates the serial node assigned to the unit,
where the event was registered.
3
Following detection of a card code, the PL Keyboard display
generally shows the information items, in two distinct stages:
reading result, transit result.
1. CARD OK: this string is shown when the Ticket Dispenser
detects the reading of a valid card.
2. Card No.: the number of the card read by the unit is shown.
3. Reading time: the time when the card was read is shown.
1
CARD +TRANSIT
PAN. OK :1
3
The display of the PL Keyboard shows the following information following a ticket request by the user:
1. TICKET+TRANSIT: this string is shown when the Ticket
Dispenser detects a transit by a user, following a ticket request.
2. Result: OK is shown if the user who had requested a ticket,
consequently effected a valid transit. If the transit was not
effected correctly, or if the ticket was not even collected, ERR
is shown.
3. Panel No.: indicates the serial node assigned to the unit,
where the event was registered.
FULL
N.
2345
Indicates that the card reading is
invalid because card has expired
Indicates that the card reading is
invalid because card has already
entered
Indicates that the card reading is
valid, but entry was not enabled
because the area is full
P.BREACH :1
FORWARD
Message
P.BREACH
BACK
:1
Description
Indicates that the Ticket Dispenser
detected an irregular transit of a vehicle
in the correct forward direction
Indicates that the Ticket Dispenser
detected an irregular transit of a
vehicle in reverse direction
1. the number of the panel or device which detected the breach
is shown.
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•
Count reduction from input
1
•
NRP REDUCTION
FROM INPUT: 3
1
2
The display of the PL Keyboard shows the following information after detection of closure of inputs assigned to carry out the reduction of the area. This command is traditionally given by the coin box on the exit lane, or by the
push-button used by the operator to open the gate for the user,
for which the stay amount was already collected.
1. NRP REDUCTION FROM INPUT: this string is shown
when the Ticket Dispenser detects the closure of one of the
inputs designed to manage the reduction of the area.
2. Reduction input No.: the number of the reduction input
which was used is shown (possible values: 3 or 4).
Messages detected by subline panels
The display of the PL Keyboard, connected to the Master Ticket
Dispenser, also shows messages linked to the events detected by
the units, connected to the unit via the subline.
The displayed strings essentially show the same wordings already
explained in the preceding points.
Generally the following word is added to the string:
SUBLINE
and the serial node number assigned to the device from which the
event originates.
We must underline that the display of the unit can contain a
maximum of 16 characters per line. For this reason, some of the
definitions described up to here, which are traced for the events on
the subline, can be abbreviated.
NB: the “card reading Result” - in regard to transactions executed on the subline panels, is not shown on the PL Keyboard.
Repeatedly press the “hash” key, until you access the main
menu.
Hold down the “hash” key for at least 5 seconds, until the
selected display mask is shown on the keyboard display;
(Vehicle Presence, or Date/Time).
7.3.2 STRUCTURE OF MAIN MENU
6 main menus are available to execute the configuration of the
parameters required for putting into service the parking system
managed by the Master Ticket Dispenser:
• 1. Main Settings
• 2. Card Management
• 3. Date - Time Setup
• 4. Language
• 5. Technical Parameters Setup
• 6. End of Programming
NB.: Key “E” enables you to enter one of the above menus, in
addition to accessing the relevant sub-menus.
The other keys (arrow, function, and numeric) are used for:
scrolling the menus/sub-menus, displaying information, and
setting parameters.
7.3.3 “1-MAIN SETTINGS” MENU
The display of the sub-menus it consists of varies according to
the selections made. For this reason, one can describe the “Main
Settings” menu as dynamic.
This section contains the necessary guidance for setting all the
present parameters, with the relevant sub-menu code shown on
the display, at every changeover to the next step.
As explained above, do not be surprised by any inconsequential passages, because the selection of a parameter can entail
skipping to various sub-menus, because they does not pertain to
the selected function.
NB: before we begin to clarify the configurable characteristics,
we should first of all explain the function method of the function
keys:
• F1 for skipping to the first step of the sub-menu.
• F4 for displaying the numeric code of the sub-menu step.
• F5 for skipping to the last step of the sub-menu.
Menu 1-1 [PANEL NUMBER]
7.3 CONFIGURATION WITH PL KEYBOARD
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7.3.1 ACCESS TO/EXIT FROM PROGRAMMING
The Ticket Dispenser can be configured from the PL Keyboard.
How to access programming:
• Hold down for at least 5 seconds, any key on the device’s
membrane keyboard.
• Select the menu you need by using the arrow keys.
• Confirm your choice with key E.
PANEL NUMBER
1- 32: _ _ _ ( 1)
How to exit programming:
• Access the sub-menu or menu, confirming the data you
wish to configure.
2
1. Description of function
2. Range of permitted values
3. Value insertion field
4. Set value
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The serial address or panel number, which should be typed in,
must be unique. That is to say, no other device with the same
assigned number can exist on the RS485 data transmission
network or on the subline.
The permitted default range is 1- 32, because a maximum of
31 panels on the subline can be connected to the Master unit.
For this reason, node No.1 must be assigned to the Master
unit, whereas the consequent codes (i.e. from 2 to 32) must be
assigned to the slave devices connected to them.
NB: consider that all the supplied devices are set by default to
the same serial address (No.255). Consequently, to avoid any
type of conflict, we advise to always re-name the panel.
If you have chosen Yes, the Ticket Dispenser prepares to manage
the parking area independently; (vehicle presence, confirmation
of transits on slave equipment, etc.).
If you have chosen No, the Ticket Dispenser prepares to operate
subordinately with a PC, by means of ParkLite software, or with
another Master device.
Menu 1-4 [N. PANELS SUBLINE]
1
N.PAN.SUB-LINE
0-31 _ _ _ ( 0)
Menu 1-2 [SITE CODE]
1
SITE CODE
(
1) _ _ _ _ _
2
3
1. Description of function
2. Set value
3. Value insertion field
This parameter must be appropriately set. If the Ticket Dispenser has a magnetic reader (TD ParkLite MAG), type in
the 5 figure code supplied by FAAC together with the cards
(see enclosed cardboard badge).
Otherwise, assign a unique parameter, so that tickets supplied
by a unit of the same type, perhaps installed in the vicinity,
cannot be considered as issued by the system.
2
Menu 1-5 [READER PRESENT]
1
READER PRESENT
1= YES
3 = NO
1
2
3
1. Description of function
2. Sets the Ticket Dispenser as Master
3. Sets the Ticket Dispenser as Slave
The selection executed by pressing key 1 or key 3, configures
the operating status of the unit.
4
1. Description of function
2. Range of permitted values
3. Value insertion field
4. Set value
The above menu configures the unit to manage communication
to the devices (Ticket Dispenser, PL Controller) subordinated
to it. We must underline that polling on the subline is effected
consequentially, starting from node No.2 (because we have
established that the No.1 was assigned to the Master node), for
the number of panels input.
For example, if value 2 is entered in field 3, the Master TD will
execute polling on the subline for panels No.2 and No.3.
Menu 1-3 [MASTER ?]
MASTER ?
1= YES
3 = NO
3
2
3
1. Description of function
2. Prepares the Ticket Dispenser to control the reader
3. Sets the Ticket Dispenser not to control the reader
The selection made by pressing key 1 or key 3, configures the
unit to manage users who use the card to enter/exit from the
parking area.
This selection automatically prepares various parameters, in
addition to enabling/disabling menu 2, which is used for entering
and modifying the card archive.
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Menu 1-6 [READER TYPE]
Menu 1-9 [ANTIPASSBACK]
1
1
3=PROXIM.READER
1=MAGNETIC READER
ANTIPASSBACK
1= YES
3 = NO
2
2
1. Configures the proximity card reader.
2. Configures the magnetic card reader
The selection made by pressing key 1 or key 3, configures the
unit to manage the correct type of card reader installed.
1. Description of function
2. Enables antipassback control
3. Disables antipassback control
By enabling this parameter, you can control transit consequentially.
When this function is active, after a card is read, it is always
verified if the reading previously registered by the system was
in the opposite direction, compared to the reading detected at
that moment.
In practice, antipassback management prevents a subscriber
user from consequently executing several entries or exits, and
does not allow him to use the same card in order to enter/exit
simultaneously with two or more vehicles.
Menu 1-7 [NRP USERS CAPACITY]
1
NRP US. CAPACITY
( 200) _ _ _ _ _
2
Menu 1-10 [EXIT ALWAYS OK]
1
3
EXIT ALWAYS OK
1= YES
3 = NO
1. Description of function
2. Set value
3. Value insertion field
This menu should be used to enter the total capacity of places
available in the parking area, as regards the NPR (No Reserved
Place) user category.
Permissible range 0 - 65535.
2
Menu 1-8 [YRP USERS CAPACITY]
3
1. Description of function
2. Enables the EXIT ALWAYS OK function
3. Disables the EXIT ALWAYS OK function
If this parameter is enabled, users with a card can exit, even if
validity has expired during the stay in the area.
Otherwise, the subscriber is blocked, by the device which manages this category, on the exit lane (typically a PL Controller),
until the subscription is renewed.
.
1
YRP US. CAPACITY
( 50) _ _ _ _ _
2
3
Menu 1-11 [N. YRP USERS]
1
3
N. YRP USERS
( 19) _ _ _ _ _
1. Description of function
2. Set value
3. Value insertion field
This menu is should be used to enter the total capacity of
places available in the parking area, as regards the YRP (Yes
Reserved Place) user category.
Permissible range 0 - 65535.
2
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1. Description of function
2. Set value
3. Value insertion field
This menu should be used to enter the number of vehicles
present in the parking area, as regards the YRP (Yes Reserved
Place) user category.
Permissible range 0 - 65535.
Available Ticket Lay-outs
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
Type 4
Type 5
Type 6
Menu 1-12 [N. NRP USERS]
1
N. NRP USERS
( 48) _ _ _ _ _
2
3
1. Description of function
2. Set value
3. Value insertion field
This menu should be used to enter the number of vehicles
present in the parking area, as regards the NRP (No Reserved
Place) user category.
Permissible range 0 - 65535.
Menu 1-13 [LAYOUT TICKET]
1
Fig.22
Menu 1-14 [EDIT TICKET TEXTS]
Stage 1
1
EDIT TICKET TEXT
1= YES
3 = NO
LAYOUT TICKET: 1
TCKT-DISP type 1
2
1. Description of function
2. Set value
The Ticket Dispenser manages six different types of ticket
lay-outs.
These include 2 models without barcode, very clearly showing
the ticket issue date and time, and 4 models with a barcode.
You can select the model you require by directly pressing the
number of the selected lay-out, or you can use the RH/LH
arrow keys, to scroll through the available options.
Every type of ticket that can be selected, has a set of characteristics directly managed by the unit’s firmware (barcode
printing, date/time printing, sequential numbering printing, etc)
and others which can be configured by the user with the PL
keyboard (heading lines, lines referring to the notes).
The number of texts that can be printed varies according to the
lay-out of the chosen ticket.
Figure No.22 shows the types of available tickets, and the
relevant definition:
2
3
1. Description of function
2. Used for entering/varying Ticket texts
3. Goes to next menu
It should be stressed that you change over to stage 2,only if
you select 1 = YES. In that case, the display will show:
Stage 2
1
INTESTAZIONE/HEA
DER 1
<T1
1
1. Text contents
2. Separation symbol
3. Character format
4. Text number
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The 9 strings (8 strings for model type 6) which Ticket Dispenser can print on the ticket can be edited and then modified sequentially.
Every text line can contain a maximum of 28 alphanumeric
characters (including spaces).
The last two characters of the second line on the display
respectively show: the format of the characters with which the
text is entered, and the string number being programmed.
Press key E to confirm entry and pass on to the next text.
Every single character must be input with the multi-function
keys on the PL keyboard. The writing mode is similar to the
one used for SMS on mobile phones.
Furthermore, appropriate characteristics have been assigned to
the function keys, summarised in the following points:
• Key F1: for passing to the next text.
• Key F2: takes the cursor alternately to the start/end of the
string.
• Key F3: adds a space on the right of the cursor.
• Key F4: deletes the character on the left of the cursor.
• Key F5: Allows you to vary the type of character to be
typed in; you can choose from among:
T: upper case alphabet characters.
t: lower case alphabet characters.
2: numbers.
You can use the following push-buttons to execute symbols or
spaces:
• Key 1: used for inputting a given series of punctuation
symbols.
• Key 0: used for inputting a given series of symbols relating to mathematical operators.
• “Hash” key: used for inserting a space, by shifting the
cursor forward.
Menu 1-15 [EXIT MENU ?]
1
EXIT MENU ?
1= YES
3 = NO
2
7.3.4 MENU “2 - CARD MANAGEMENT”
You can enter this menu only if you have selected “Reader Present = Yes” in the “Main settings”; (see step 1-5 of page
23).
It essentially consists of 7 sub-menus:
• 2-1 Cards Input
• 2-2 Enable/Disable Cards
• 2-3 Modify Card
• 2-4 Card Self-reading
• 2-5 Reset Antipassback
• 2-6 Delete all Cards
• 2-7 Return to previous menu
Each of these may have one or more steps, to enable you to
execute the settings required for correct application of the
function.
Menu 2-1 [CARDS INPUT]
1
2-1 CARDS
INPUT
1. Description of function
Press key “E” to enter the sub-menu. Use the arrow keys to
scroll through the different choices, or the hash # key to return
to the main menu.
With this function you can input subscriber users in the Ticket
Dispenser personal data archive.
The control unit is set to manage up to a maximum of 5,000
cards in stand-alone. The input is effected by entering the number you wish to assign to the first and last card of the range
to be input. The system stores the units sequentially, (registering them from the first to the last location of the
memory section assigned for this purpose) considering also the
numbers assigned at configuration time).
Consequently, as we said, two parameters will be assigned to
each card;
• Location number of memory
• Assigned Card Number
3
1. Description of function
2. Used for returning to the main menu
3. Returns to the first step of menu entitled “Main Settings”
This is the last step of menu “Main Settings”, which must
always be set in all units which must be configured from the
PL Keyboard (obviously only in the systems for which management by means of the ParkLite was not specified).
The other menus must be used for managing specific characteristics, such as:
• Card reader presence
• Date/time setting
• Language change
Step 1
1
MODIFY ?
1= YES
3 = NO
2
1. Description of function
2. Enables execution of the entry
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3. Returns to the first step of menu entitled “2-1 Card insertion”
Step 2
Step 5
1
1
FIRST CARD
( 24) _ _ _ _ _
2
DATE DD-MM-YY
START 20-12-06
3
1
1. Description of function
2. Shows the number assigned to the last card previously
entered
3. Used for inserting the number of the first card of the
range which you wish to input
We advise you to use numbered FAAC cards, and to input in
field 3 the number shown on the first card of the range to be
inserted.
Step 3
1
LAST CARD
(5000) _ _ _ _ _
2
1. Description of function
2. Used for entering the “validity start” date
Step 6
hh-mm
10 - 00
1
2
1. Description of function
2. Used for entering the “validity start” time
Step 7
3
1
DATE DD-MM-YY
END 31-12-79
1
1
ALL CARDS VALID ?
1= YES
3 = NO
2
1
TIME
START
1. Description of function
2. Shows the last number of the card which can be input
(to complete maximum capacity)
3. Used for inserting the number of the last card of the
range which you wish to input
We advise you to use numbered FAAC cards, and to input in
field 3 the number shown on the last card of the range to be
inserted.
Step 4
2
2
1. Description of function
2. Used for entering the “validity end” date
Step 8
1
TIME
END
3
1. Description of function
2. Sets the entire card range input as “valid”
3. Sets the entire card range input as “non valid”
1
hh-mm
23 - 59
2
1. Description of function
2. Used for entering the “validity end” time
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1
YES RESER. PLACE ?
1= YES
3 = NO
2
1. Description of function
2. For accessing the modification stages
3. Returns to the first step of menu entitled “2-2 Enable/
Disable Cards”
Step 2
FIRST CARD
(
1) _ _ _ _ _
3
1. Description of function
2. Sets the entire card range input as “Yes Reserved Place”
3. Sets the entire card range input as “No Reserved Place”
If you choose “Yes”, the inserted cards will increase/reduce
the YRP counter and will never be blocked at entry when the
parking area is full.
If you choose “No”, the inserted cards will increase/reduce the
NRP counter and will be blocked at entry when the parking
area is full.
1
2
3
1. Description of function
2. Always shows value 1
3. Used for inserting the number of the first card of the
range which you wish to modify
Step 3
LAST CARD
(
1) _ _ _ _ _
Menu 2-2 [ENABLE/DISABLE CARDS]
1
2-2 ENABLE /
DISABLE CARDS
1. Description of function
Press key “E” to enter the sub-menu. Use the arrow keys to
scroll through the different choices, or the hash # key to return
to the main menu.
This function enables you to vary characteristics already
configured, through a defined range of subscriber users, in the
Ticket Dispenser personal data archive.
The parameters which can be set for the series of selected
cards are indicated in the points below:
• Enable (Yes/No)
• Type YRP/NRP
• Status (Present, Absent, Undefined)
• Validity (from/to)
Step 1
1
MODIFY ?
1= YES
3 = NO
2
3
1
2
3
1. Description of function
2. Always shows value 1
3. Used for inserting the number of the last card of the
range which you wish to modify
Step 4
1
2
00001-00020 Ign.
Val. Ign Ign.
3
4
5
1. Selected card range
2. Used for varying the validity period of the range
3. Used for enabling/disabling the range
4. Sets the category (YRP/NRP)
5. Configures the status (Present/Absent/Undefined)
The parameters of fields from 2 to 5 can be configured by the
function keys.
If you choose “Ign” (Ignore) - present for all characteristics
- the parameter stays unchanged, i.e. set on the present value
(card by card), without making any modifications.
The following points summarise the variations that can be
made by using the respective function keys:
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Key F1: for selecting:
Val = Sets the valid cards range
NoV = Sets the non-valid cards range
Ign = Leaves the parameter set as it is configured
•
Key F3: for selecting:
NRP = Sets the card range as NRP (No Reserved Place)
CPR = Sets the card range as YRP (Yes Reserved Place)
Ign = Leaves the parameter set as it is configured
•
Key F4: for selecting:
From-to = After you have confirmed with “E”, you
will be prompted to supply the date/time of validity start/end, to be imposed on the selected card range
Ign = Leaves the parameter set as it is configured
•
Key F5: for selecting:
Pres = Sets the card range as “Present”
Abs = Sets the card range as “Absent”
Res = Sets the card range in an undefined state; “Reset Antipassback”
Ign = Leaves the parameter set as it is configured
Menu 2-3 [MODIFY CARD]
1
2-3 MODIFY
CARD
1. Description of function
Press key “E” to enter the sub-menu. Use the arrow keys to
scroll through the different choices, or the hash # key to return
to the main menu.
This function enables you to vary characteristics already configured, for every single user present in the Ticket Dispenser personal data archive.
The parameters which can be set for each selected card are
indicated in the points below:
• Enable (Yes/No)
• Type NRP/YRP
• Status (Present, Absent, Undefined)
• Validity (from/to)
Step 1
1
•
Key F1: for selecting:
Val = Sets the valid cards range
NoV = Sets the non-valid cards range
Ign = Leaves the parameter set as it is configured
•
Key F2: enables alternative filtering:
ALL = Does not use any filter
Valid cards only = Filters valid cards only
Non-valid cards only = Filters non-valid cards only
•
Key F3: for selecting:
NRP = Sets the card range as NRP (No Reserved Place)
YRP = Sets the card range as YRP (Yes Reserved Place)
Ign = Leaves the parameter set as it is configured
•
Key F4: for displaying the date/time of validity start/end
of the selected card.
•
Key F5: for selecting:
Pres = Sets the card range as “Present”
Abs = Sets the card range as “Absent”
Res = Sets the card range in an undefined state; “Reset Antipassback”
Ign = Leaves the parameter set as it is configured
NB.: after you have executed the modification and confirmed
it with key “E”, you will be prompted to input the date/time of
validity start/end.
Menu 2-4 [CARD SELF-READING]
1
2
00001 (00001)
Val. YRP Abs
3
The up/down keys are used to scroll through the loaded anagraphic archive, so that you can choose the card on which
to make the modifications you require.
Alternatively, you can press the RH arrow key to view a screen
where you can directly type in the number of the card to be
modified.
1. Card Number
2. Memory location number of management unit
3. Used for enabling/disabling the card
4. Sets the category (NRP/YRP)
5. Configures the status (Present/Absent/Undefined)
The parameters of fields from 3 to 5 can be configured by the
function keys.
If you choose “Ign” (Ignore) - present for all characteristics
- the parameter stays unchanged, i.e. set on the present value
(card by card), without making any modifications.
The following points summarise the variations that can be
made by using the respective function keys:
4
5
2-4 CARD
SELF READING
1. Description of function
Press key “E” to enter the sub-menu. Use the arrow keys to
scroll through the different choices, or the hash # key to return
to the main menu.
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This function is used to execute (card by card) self-reading
of the codes stored on the passive transponder or the entire
character sequence of the magnetic track.
NB: if using FAAC magnetic cards, this operation is not necessary.
1
Step 1
ALL CARDS
1)
2)
3)
1. Description of function
Press key “E” to enter the sub-menu. Use the arrow keys to
scroll through the different choices, or the hash # key to return
to the main menu.
This function is used to set all the cards in the archive of the
electronic control unit, in an “undefined” status. In fact, after
this operation, no subscriber will be considered entered or
exited, and the system (only for the first time) will accept the
reading at both entry and exit. Consequently the system will
assign the Ent/Ex direction to every card, after the first transaction is executed.
The operation therefore makes it possible to correctly arrange
the transit direction on all the cards, if the direction had gone
out of phase.
Step 1
2
3
4
MODIFY ?
1= YES
3 = NO
1. Description of selection
2. If key 1 is pressed, no filter is imposed
3. If key 2 is pressed, only non-valid cards are filtered
4. If key 3 is pressed, only valid cards are filtered
Step 2
1
1
2
3
00001 V (00001)
READ CARD
2
3
1. Description of function
2. Executes Reset Antipassback on all cards
3. Exits function
Menu 2-6 [DELETE ALL CARDS]
1
4
1. Card Number
2. Display of validity (N = Not Valid, V = Valid)
3. Memory location number in the management unit
4. Description of function
The Up/Down arrow keys are used to select the card for which
code acquisition is required. After having read the card, the
system passes automatically to the next card.
This function makes it possible to consecutively enter the
codes of a card range with sequential numbering.
NB: there is no need to engage the presence loop to carry out
the above operation.
2-6 DELETE
ALL CARDS
1. Description of function
Press key “E” to enter the sub-menu. Use the arrow keys to
scroll through the different choices, or the hash # key to return
to the main menu.
IMPORTANT: the function completely deletes the whole card
archive loaded on the electronic control unit.
Menu 2-5 [RESET ANTIPASSBACK]
Step 1
1
1
MODIFY ?
1= YES
3 = NO
2-5 RESET
ANTIPASSBACK
2
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1. Description of function
2. Deletes all cards in the archive
3. Exits function
Menu 3-3 [NEW SECONDS]
1
Menu 2-7 [RETURN TO PREVIOUS MENU]
NEW SECONDS
0-59 _ _ _ 37
1
2-7 RETURN TO
PREV. MENU
2
3
1. Description of function
Press key “E” to return to menu 2.
1. Description of function
2. Range of available values
3. Field for entering required value
4. Current value
7.3.5 MENU “3 - SETUP DATE/TIME”
Menu 3-4 [DAY OF WEEK]
1
For configuring: the date, time, and time change parameters on the electronic control unit of the Ticket Dispenser. The messages for the menu steps, shown on the display, are
indicated below.
1
2
3
2
10
4
1. Description of function
2. Range of available values
3. Field for entering required value
4. Current value
4
Menu 3-5 [NEW DAY]
1
NEW DAY
1-31 _ _ _
1
NEW MINUTES
0-59 _ _ _ 18
3
3
1. Description of function
2. Range of available values
3. Field for entering required value
4. Current value
Menu 3-2 [NEW MINUTES]
2
1
1 = Mon 7 = Sun
1- 7 _ _ _
5
Menu 3-1 [NEW HOURS]
NEW HOURS
0-23 _ _ _
4
2
3
1. Description of function
2. Range of available values
3. Field for entering required value
4. Current value
4
1. Description of function
2. Range of available values
3. Field for entering required value
4. Current value
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Menu 3-6 [NEW MONTH]
Menu 3-9 [SUMMER TIME START DAY]
1
1
NEW MONTH
1-12 _ _ _ 09
2
3
SUM. TIME STA. DAY
1-31 _ _ _ 26
4
2
3
4
1. Description of function
2. Range of available values
3. Field for entering required value
4. Current value
1. Description of function
2. Range of available values
3. Field for entering required value
4. Current value
Menu 3-7 [NEW YEAR]
Menu 3-10 [SUMMER TIME START MONTH]
1
1
NEW YEAR
0-99 _ _ _ 06
2
3
SUM. TIME STA. MONT
1-12 _ _ _ 03
4
2
3
1. Description of function
2. Range of available values
3. Field for entering required value
4. Current value
1. Description of function
2. Range of available values
3. Field for entering required value
4. Current value
Menu 3-8 [SUMMER TIME AUTO]
Menu 3-11 [SUMMER TIME END DAY]
4
1
1
SUMMER TIME AUTO
YES =1
NO =3
SUM. TIME END DAY
1-31 _ _ _ 29
2
1. Description of function
2. Automatically sets time change
3. Does not change time automatically
2
3
3
1. Description of function
2. Range of available values
3. Field for entering required value
4. Current value
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7.3.7 MENU “5 - SETUP TECHNICAL PARAMETERS”
Menù 3-12 [SUMMER TIME END MONTH]
1
SUM. TIME END MONT
1-12 _ _ _ 10
2
3
4
This menu must be used strictly with the technical support of
personnel delegated to FAAC Parking servicing.
IMPORTANT: as regards the above explanations, no configuration instruction is provided.
7.3.8 MENU “6-END OF PROGRAMMING”
Press key “E” to exit from the device’s configuration.
You can obtain the same effect by holding down the hash # key
(for at least 5 seconds).
1. Description of function
2. Range of available values
3. Field for entering required value
4. Current value
Menu 3-13 [EXIT MENU ?]
1
EXIT MENU ?
1= YES
3= NO
2
3
1. Description of function
2. Goes to main menu
3. Returns to the first step of menu
7.3.6 MENU “4-LANGUAGE”
By pressing the enter key, you can directly enter the function
which configures the language on the device.
Use the Up/Down keys to select the following languages:
1. Italian
2. English
3. Spanish
4. French
5. German
4 - LINGUA
(LANGUAGE)
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