Gallagher Controller 6000
Gallagher
Controller 6000
CONTROLLER 6000
The Gallagher Controller 6000 is a powerful and intelligent modular
field controller capable of processing, storing and communicating large
amounts of data independently of the Gallagher Command Centre Server
in real time.
Controller 6000
The Gallagher Controller 6000 is a core
component of the Gallagher platform
for integration. It provides distributed
intelligence in the field to manage access
control and security functions. In addition,
it has the ability to physically enforce
business rules, monitor its environment,
communicate with other integrated
systems and make enriched access
decisions based on variables from these
systems.
The Gallagher Controller 6000 is one
of the key integrated components of a
Gallagher security system.
Gallagher Controller 6000
variants and Reader Module
hardware:
Gallagher Controller 6000
Gallagher Controller 6000 High
Spec (HS)
> Gallagher 8H Module
> Gallagher 4H Module
> Gallagher 8R Module
> Gallagher 4R Module
>
>
The Gallagher Controller 6000 features
straightforward system architecture
providing powerful and flexible
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configuration. Peer to peer relationships
can be configured directly between
Gallagher Controllers. For example, inputs
on one Controller can be monitored and
controlled by another Controller.
connected to the Gallagher Controller
6000 to allow HBUS devices to be starwired back to a secure Controller
Cabinet.
Gallagher Reader Modules
The modular design of the Gallagher
Controller 6000 provides a cost-effective
approach to engineering a Gallagher
system. Up to ten doors can be controlled
with the Controller 6000 when paired
with module choices available to cater
for a wider range of site requirements. I/O
functionality is provided via the Controller
Reader Modules. Other expansion options
are also available.
The Gallagher Controller 6000
architecture supports the Gallagher
Remote Arming Terminal for intruder
alarms and the Gallagher Perimeter
Security Fence Controller and Keypad for
integrated perimeter security.
Gallagher HBUS compatibility
The Gallagher Controller 6000 supports
the following HBUS devices:
> Gallagher T Series Readers (Rev 1)
> Gallagher F22 Fence Controller.
Gallagher 8H and 4H Modules can be
The Gallagher 8R Module is capable of
supporting up to eight Gallagher
readers or four Wiegand readers. The
Gallagher 4R Module is capable of
supporting up to four Gallagher readers or
two Wiegand eaders.
Monitoring Inputs and
Controlling Outputs
Gallagher H and R Series Modules have
on-board inputs and outputs, that can
be used for door monitoring and control,
or for general I/O functions. Gallagher
H and R Series Modules monitor and
report the state of balanced inputs, and
enforce decisions to switch output relays,
if required.
Gallagher 8H and 8R Modules have 24
balanced inputs and eight relay outputs
on-board. Gallagher 4H and 4R Modules
have 12 balanced inputs and four
relay outputs on-board. (Additional I/O
expansion options are also available if
required).
Gallagher
Controller 6000
Four states can be monitored (using the
default two 4k7 ohm resistors or optional
configurable end-of-line resistances),
including:
Open
Closed
> Short Circuit (Tamper)
> Open Circuit (Tamper)
>
>
The inputs on the Gallagher H and R
Series Modules can be used to monitor:
> Access controlled doors
> Intruder detection (i.e. passive infra-red
detectors, glass break detectors)
> Monitored doors
> Equipment alarms
> Any other devices providing a clean switch contact.
The on-board relays can be used for:
> Access controlled doors
> Alarm outputs, e.g. to activate sirens
> Control outputs, e.g. to switch on air conditioning
> Time activated outputs, e.g. to switch
on lighting.
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Input/Output Expansion Options
management is maintained.
The on-board number of available inputs
and outputs can be increased with
the following input-output expansion
options:
> Gallagher 8-Input Expansion
> Gallagher I/O Expansion
> Gallagher High Density I/O Expansion
> Gallagher GBUS Universal Reader
Interface (Standard or Wiegand
variant)
> Gallagher Security Fence Controller
Access decisions are made independently
of the server, based on the individual’s
identity, the area and time they are
attempting to access, as well as what
competencies (e.g. inductions, training,
licenses, security clearances, etc) are
required for access to that area and
whether or not the person holds these
competencies.
Distributed Intelligence and
Data Storage
The relevant fields of the cardholder
database, alarm configuration and
security parameters are immediately
downloaded to the Controller 6000
automatically to allow for instant access
and alarm control decisions.
Distributed intelligence is a significant
feature of the Gallagher system
architecture. All Gallagher field devices
connecting to Gallagher Controllers can
operate independently of the Gallagher
Command Centre Server. This ensures
that if the site experiences network
communications problems, full operation
of access control and alarms
All events and alarms are date and
time stamped before being sent to the
Gallagher Command Centre server. Each
Gallagher Controller 6000 is capable of
buffering events should communications
with the Command Centre server fail. The
Gallagher Controller 6000 will transfer
the buffered events to the Command
Refer to the GBUS I/O Devices datasheet
for more information.
Centre server automatically when
communications are reestablished.
The provided database storage space
supports at least 500,000 card records
and 80,000 access control events.
Communications
The Gallagher Controller 6000 has two
RS485 connections. Each connection
may be individually configured to support
HBUS, GBUS, Sensor or AperioTM
communications.
The HBUS protocol runs at speeds up
to 1Mb/s, substantially faster than most
other RS485 based communications
protocols. The communications between
the Gallagher Controller 6000 4R or
8R Modules and Gallagher Readers
use a proprietary format (Cardax IV)
requiring 4-core cable. Third party readers
communicating via the Wiegand format
use a 6-core cable connection.
The Gallagher Controller 6000
communicates with the Gallagher
Command Centre server via TCP/IP over
an Ethernet network. Each controller
is factory-programmed with a unique
network MAC address. The Gallagher
Controller 6000 provides a standard
10/100 BaseT connection point. The
Gallagher Controller 6000HS has
dual 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet
connections, to provide additional
network redundancy.
Gallagher Command Centre can be
programmed to dial via PSTN to a
Gallagher Controller 6000 in response
to configuration changes or when an
operator initiates a request.
A USB 2.0 port is available to allow local
software upgrades. Upgrades are preauthorized at the reader.
The USB port can also be used to
connect to a cellular modem for alarm
transmission.
Peer-to-Peer Communications
The Gallagher Controller 6000 can
communicate directly with other
Gallagher Controllers without requiring
the Gallagher Command Centre
server to be online. The peer-to-peer
communications enable the controllers
to communicate with each other over
a LAN/WAN using TCP/IP for the
purposes of monitoring, back-up and
control. This significant feature provides
extensive flexibility and efficient system
configuration. For example, a Gallagher
Dialler resident on a Controller 6000
can be configured to transmit events
originating from any Gallagher Controller
to a remote alarm monitoring station.
Gallagher recommends that installers
provide a back-up power supply to the
Gallagher Controller 6000 so it can
continue to operate for a specified period
in the event of a mains supply failure.
The back-up power supply can also be
monitored by connecting Gallagher power
supply alarm outputs to inputs on a
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Gallagher Controller 6000 with either an
H or R Module or connected field device.
Software Upgrades
The Gallagher Controller 6000 can
be enhanced in the future via software
upgrades. These software upgrades
can be implemented through Gallagher
Command Centre. The Gallagher
Controller 6000 software upgrade
process does not affect door access
during the download process. Upon
completion of the software download,
door access is momentarily affected. All
HBUS devices also seamlessly upgrade
to new software on a Gallagher Controller
6000 upgrade.
The ability to download software over the
network means enhancements
can be easily and quickly installed in
the future. A full speed USB 2.0 port
provides the option of securely loading
a controller’s software via USB memory
stick, even when the controller is not
networked.
BULK SOFTWARE UPGRADES
Gallagher Command Centre allows
groups of up to 10 Controller 6000s to
have their software upgraded via the bulk
change process, significantly speeding up
the upgrade process for large sites.
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Data Security
All data over the network between the
Gallagher Controller 6000s (intercontroller) and the Gallagher Command
Centre server uses 256-bit AES
symmetric encryption and RSA-1024
bit communication access authentication.
Entry and exit delays can be configured to
give the cardholder time to enter or leave
the premises. Full event details, including
the cardholder’s name, are recorded for
arm/disarm operations at the Command
Centre. A relay output may be used to
indicate the arm/ disarm status of a
particular alarm zone.
Intruder Alarms
The Gallagher Controller 6000
provides sophisticated intruder alarm
management, making separate intruder
alarm systems unnecessary. Intruder
detectors connect directly to the I/O
devices supported by the Controller
6000 so alarms can be raised at the
Gallagher Command Centre. Outputs can
trigger actions such as switching on lights
when an intruder is detected.
Gallagher perimeter security
Fence Controller
Arming (setting) and disarming (unsetting)
of alarms can be implemented according
to a time schedule, via operator overrides,
by authorised cardholders at Gallagher
Readers, by keyswitch control, or by the
Gallagher Remote Arming Terminal.
AperioTM Door Control
The Gallagher Remote Arming Terminal
also enables users to monitor alarms
in the field. Refer to the Gallagher Remote
Arming Terminal datasheet for more
information.
The Gallagher Controller 6000 and
6000HS can also manage up to 16
Gallagher Security Fence Controllers per
RS485 connection. Fence Controllers
provide two high voltage circuit for
perimeter protection. Refer to the
Gallagher Security Fence Controller
datasheet for more information.
The Gallagher Controller 6000 supports
up to 16 lower security wireless
managed doors per RS485 connection.
A maximum of 20 doors per controller
is supported. Refer to the AperioTM
datasheets for further information.
disturbance Sensor
The Gallagher Controller 6000 supports
up to 32 D21 Disturbance Sensors per
RS485 connection. Refer to the D21
Disturbance Sensor datasheet for further
information.
KEY FEATURES OF THE GALLAGHER CONTROLLER HIGH SPEC AND 8H MODULE
DIP SWITCHES
AUXILLIARY
RS232 PORT
controller POWER IN
RS485 PORTs
PRIMARY 10/100/1000
BASET ETHERNET PORT
SECONDARY 10/100/1000
BASET EtHERNET PORT
(6000hs only)
In service relay
(6000hs only)
4 STATE BALaNCED
INPUTS
POWER OUT
hbus device
CONNECTIONS
relay common
USB PORT
4-STATE BALANCED
INPUTS
POWER OUT
hbus device
CONNECTIONS
relay common
relay outputs
hbus module POWER IN
relay outputs
KEy features of the GALLAGHER 8r MODULE
4 STATE BALaNCED
INPUTS
POWER OUT
READER
CONNECTIONS
relay common
4-STATE BALANCED
INPUTS
POWER OUT
reader
CONNECTIONS
relay common
relay outputs
Reader module POWER IN
relay outputs
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Elevator Control
The Gallagher Controller 6000 provides
elevator access control. Card readers
may be installed in elevator cars to
provide restricted access to floors.
When a Prox Plus reader is installed, the
cardholder can be prompted to enter
their PIN before access is granted.
Floors may be ‘unlocked’ (i.e. the elevator
floor select button enabled) on a time
schedule.
Relay outputs on Gallagher H or R
Modules and Expansion Boards can be
configured to enable the elevator floor
select buttons in an elevator car.
Inputs on Gallagher H or R Module
or Gallagher I/O Interfaces can be
configured to monitor which floor is
selected, providing destination reporting
and minimising the opportunity of more
than one floor being selected.
The flexible design of the Gallagher
Controller 6000 enables it to be
configured for almost any elevator
control situation. Both low level (relay
to input individually wired) and high
level (data interface) options from the
Gallagher Controller 6000 to elevator
controllers are supported.
The configuration is limited only by
combinations of the following:
> Up to 75 elevator levels per
elevator shaft (low level)
> Up to 256 elevator levels per elevator
shaft (high level) *
> Up to 2 elevator shafts per Gallagher Controller 6000.
Typically each elevator car requires
one card reader and one relay output for
each floor select button. If destination
reporting is required then one input is
required for each floor select button in
each elevator car.
Gallagher Controller API
Events can be sent to and received from
third party systems within the Gallagher
Controller 6000 using the Gallagher
Controller Application Programming
Interface (API). It is ideal for interfaces to
third party systems such as imaging and
duress systems. Refer to the Gallagher
Controller Application Programming
Interfaces datasheet for more
information.
Managing Different Time Zones
and Daylight Savings
When the system is configured, each
Gallagher Controller 6000 is assigned a
* Note: Actual number depends on the type of elevator system being interfaced to.
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local time zone, relative to co-ordinated
Universal Time (UTC). This includes
daylight savings settings.
Power Supply Required
The Gallagher Controller 6000 runs on
13.6V DC+-15% allowing a standard
battery backed 12V power supply to be
used. The system monitors the power
supply for power low and power high
conditions.
Gallagher Cabinets
Two Gallagher Cabinets are available
to accommodate the Gallagher
Controller 6000 and I/O Devices:
> Gallagher Cabinet
> Gallagher Dual Cabinet
The Gallagher Dual Cabinet is available
with or without a power supply. Refer to
the Gallagher Cabinets datasheet for
further information.
Controller 6000
Ethernet connection to
Gallagher Command Centre
and other Gallagher Controllers
Cellular Alarms
Module
Cellular
Network
LAN/WAN
Internet
IP Alarms
Transmission
Gallagher
Controller
6000
To remote
monitoring station
To remote
monitoring station
Gallagher Dialler
(plug-in optional)
2 RS485
runs are
available
Gallagher 4H or 8H Module
12 Inputs / 4 Outputs (4H)
24 Inputs / 8 Outputs (8H)
Maximum of
20 T Series
Readers
AND
25 F22 Fence
Controllers per
Gallagher
Controller 6000
HBUS RS485
Gallagher
T10
Reader
Gallagher
T11
Reader
Gallagher
T12
Reader
Gallagher
F22 Fence
Controller
Gallagher
T10
Reader
Gallagher
T11 or T12
Reader
GBUS
RS485
Gallagher
Security
Fence
Keypad
Gallagher
Remote
Arming
Terminal
Gallagher
GBUS Universal
Reader
Interface
Gallagher
High Density
I/O Interface
Gallagher
I/O
Expansion
Interface
8
devices
maximum
4
devices
maximum
The diagram above notes maximum
connectivity. System configuration,
network capacities, and the volume
of system activity affect performance.
Please contact Gallagher Technical
Support for advice.
Gallagher
8-Input
Expansion
Interface
LEGEND
Internet Protocol
HBUS RS485
GBUS RS485
Plug-in Connection
Dial Up Connection
Cellular Signal
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Gallagher
Remote Alarm Transmission
The Gallagher Controller 6000 allows for
remote alarms transmission via multiple
mediums:
> LAN/WAN networks using TCP/IP
protocol
> Cellular networks, via cellular modem
> PSTN Alarms, via Gallagher Dialler
Gallagher IP Alarms
Controller 6000 – IP Alarms Transmitter
The Controller 6000 can be configured
with a Gallagher item, the ‘IP Alarm
Transmitter’ via LAN/WAN networks
or cellular networks to enable alarms
transmission. An IP Alarm Transmitter is a
logical rather than physical item, providing
the linkage between the Controller
and one, or several, remote monitoring
station’s alarm receivers.
encryption of the transmitted data, using
AES 256 bit encryption, which can be
optionally configured between the IP
Alarms Transmitter and Receiver.
Cellular Network Alarms Transmission
Each receiver on an IP Alarms Transmitter
can be configured to communicate
via either a hard-wired IP link, or via a
wireless, cellular network. If the ‘Wireless’
option is selected for an alarms receiver,
and the appropriate cellular hardware
(C300600) is connected to the Controller
6000, the alarms will be transmitted over
the installed SIM card’s cellular network.
The cellular data transmission conforms
to the above DC-09 protocol for secure
data communication.
The GIPAR can reside on the same PC
as a monitoring station’s main receiver
software, using a virtual RS-232
connection to communicate, or on a
separate PC with physical RS-232 serial
connection. Alternatively, the Gallagher
IP Alarms Receiver may be operated in a
stand alone mode.
Gallagher Dialler
The Gallagher Dialler enables remote
alarms management in conjunction with
either the Gallagher Command Centre
software, or with an alarm monitoring
company. The Dialler also enables
an on-demand connection between
the Gallagher Command Centre and
remote Gallagher Controller 6000, for
configuration and security management.
Gallagher IP Alarms Receiver
IP Alarms Transmission - Protocol and
Security
The Gallagher IP Alarms Receiver
(GIPAR) is an application freely available
for remote alarms monitoring stations
to receive Controller 6000 IP alarms
signals, should their existing receiver
software not be capable of receiving the
ANSI / SIA DC-09 transmission
protocol.
Alarms sent via an IP Alarms Transmitter
conform to the ANSI / SIA DC-09-2007
alarm transmission protocol. The data
transmitted over this protocol is the
same data as currently transmitted with
Contact ID alarm transmission. The
DC-09 protocol allows for highly secure
The GIPAR’s primary purpose is to receive
all IP alarms from Gallagher sites for an
alarm monitoring station, then translate
these into serial RS-232 AdemcoTM 685
(ContactID) protocol, commonly accepted
by most alarm receiver applications.
Should alarms fail to be received at
the first receiver, the transmitter can
automatically failover to the next
receiver, after a pre-configured number of
attempts.
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The Gallagher Dialler and Gallagher
Controller 6000 can be configured to
dial via both of these methods on the
occurrence of an alarm.
Communications
The Gallagher Dialler dials out to the
Gallagher Command Centre or the alarm
monitoring station over telephone lines.
Importantly, the Gallagher Dialler is able
to seize the phone line to transmit alarms,
when the line is shared with a normal
phone or other device. The peer-to-peer
communications between Gallagher
Controllers enables a controller fitted
gallagher dialler
with a Gallagher Dialler to support
off-site alarm monitoring and operate
as a back-up dialler for other Gallagher
Controllers on site.
Contact ID Protocol is supported for
off-site alarms monitoring. The Gallagher
Dialler facilitates off-site monitoring by
transmitting alarms to remote monitoring
stations using industry-standard Contact
ID format.
Using Contact ID, the Gallagher Dialler
can be configured to:
> Dial on the occurrence of specific
alarms or events
> Provide periodic test transmissions (24
hour test and configurable line test)
> Dial on the arming (setting) / disarming
(unsetting) of alarm zones.
Dial-up Connection to Gallagher
Command Centre
Gallagher Controller reaches a predefined threshold.
Configuration
Remote alarms monitoring using the
Contact ID protocol and the dial-up
connection to the server are set up in the
Gallagher Command Centre.
They can both be configured to dial
on the occurrence of an alarm. In this
scenario, dial-up to a remote alarm
monitoring station occurs first followed
up with dial-up to the server.
Housing and Power
Each Gallagher Dialler is mounted on top
of its respective Gallagher Controller,
which is housed in the Gallagher Cabinet.
The Gallagher Dialler is 13.6V DC
powered and can share the same power
source as that provided for the Gallagher
Controller.
The Gallagher Dialler can be used to
facilitate communications between the
Gallagher Command Centre server and
Gallagher Controllers located at remote
sites. This dial-up connection can be used
for remote site configuration including
access control for cardholders and alarm
configuration.
The Gallagher Dialler will dial-up on
demand, for example when an alarm
occurs or when the event buffer of the
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Technical Specifications
GALLAGHER CONTROLLER 6000
AUGUST 2012
Operating System
Power Supply
Windows CE 6
Voltage
13.6 v DC±15%
Current (measured at 13.6 V DC with module connected)*
Relays Operating
No relays
4 relays
8 relays
Controller 6000
175mA
320mA
460mA
Controller 6000HS
610mA
730mA
870mA
* Note: Current measurements are indicative only and exclude external devices. Currents have been rounded up to the nearest 5mA. Controller
6000HS measurements include the use of both primary and secondary high speed ethernet ports. Please refer to the Gallagher Connectivity
Guide and product Installation Notes for detailed power supply and operating characteristics.
Temperature Range
Gallagher Controller 6000
-10o to +70o C
Gallagher Controller 6000 High Spec (HS)
-10o to +55o C
Humidity
95% Noncondensing
Data Storage per
Max. number of access zones
Unlimited
Gallagher Controller 6000
Max. number of alarms zones
256
Max. number of access groups
2,000
Max. number of time schedules
400
Number of cardholders
500,000
Number of events
80,000
Max. number of doors
10
Max. inter-controller peer to peer connections
60
HBUS
up to 1 Mbits per second
GBUS
2 wire at 38.4 Kbits per second
Sensor Bus
115.2kbits per second, 1000m max.
Aperio
19.2kbits per second, 1000m max.
Network connection - Controller 6000
10/100 BaseT Ethernet Port
Network connection - Controller 6000 High Spec
10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet Port
Network protocol
TCP/IP - 256 bit AES symmetric
RS485 Device Communications (2 Ports)
Network Communications
encryption for Controller to Server and
Inter-Controller communications
Compliance Standards
CE, A-Tick, C-Tick, FCC and UL
GALLAGHER MODULES
Device Connectivity
Reader Connections
Gallagher
Gallagher 4H Module
10
HBUS
Connections
Inputs
Relay Outputs
DC Outputs
-
4
12
4
2
Wiegand
-
Gallagher 8H Module
-
-
8
24
8
4
Gallagher 4R Module
4
or
2
-
12
4
2
Gallagher 8R Module
8
4
-
24
8
4
Technical Specifications
GALLAGHER MODULES
AUGUST 2012
Data Format
4R / 8R Modules
4H / 8H Modules
HBUS Readers & F22 Fence Controllers
Relay Specifications
Resistive load
3 A at 24 V DC/AC
Inductive load
1 A at 24 V DC/AC
DC Outputs
Elevator Control
Cardax IV & Wiegand Readers
0.5 A per output
Max. Number of shafts per Controller 6000
2
Max number of floors per shaft
75 (low level)
256 (high level)*
Gallagher Cabinets
Refer to Gallagher Cabinet datasheet
GALLAGHER DIALLER
Dimensions
Gallagher Dialler
113 x 54mm
Power Supply
13.6V ± 15%, 300mA
Temprature Range (ambient)
-10 to +55°C
Mounting
Gallagher Dialler plugs vertically into the serial port on the
Gallagher Controller
Communication
Dial-Up Communications
RS232
Dial up model
Gallagher Dialler operating PPP protocol
Network Service
PPP protocol using PSTN (telephone line)
connection
Alarm Monitoring Service
Compliance Standards
Contact ID protocol using PSTN
(telephone line) connection
NZ Telepermit, A Tick C-Tick, CE
PART NUMBERS
Gallagher Controller 6000
C300100
Gallagher Controller 6000 High Spec
C300101
Gallagher 4H Module
C300142
Gallagher 8H Module
C300182
Gallagher 4R Module
C300141
Gallagher 8R Module
C300181
Gallagher Cabinet
C200104
Gallagher Dual Cabinet (with power supply)
C200105
Gallagher Dialler
C200620
Notes:
1.Compliance with other international standards will be proven as required. Please contact Gallagher for the latest list of approvals. All
Gallagher products must be installed in accordance with the Installation Notes to comply with international standards.
2.System configuration, network capabilities, and the volume of system activity affect performance. Please contact Gallagher technical
support for advice.
* Elevator system dependant
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Disclaimer: System configuration, network capacities and the
volume of system activity affect performance. Please contact
Gallagher for advice. In accordance with the Gallagher policy of
continuing development, design and specifications are subject
to change without notice. Gallagher Group Limited is an ISO
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Limited 2012. All rights reserved.
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