GAT TimeAxx 6150 Time Control and Access Control Terminal

GAT TimeAxx 6150 Time Control and Access Control Terminal
GAT TimeAxx 6150
Time Control and Access Control Terminal
Application
The GAT TimeAxx 6150 is an elegant terminal for public pools, fitness
studios and other leisure resorts, where the duration of use of facilities or
devices needs to be regulated. The unit can also be used for doors and
turnstiles.
If used as a shower terminal, the terminal is mounted out of the wet area
of the shower or installed in the shower panel and, via a digital output,
controls an electrovalve that activates or turns off the shower. The
remaining time is continuously shown to the user on a graphical display.
This helps to reduce water consumption to a reasonable amount.
The identification at the terminal is handled by contactless RFID (Radio
Frequency Identification) data carriers.
Via an easy to perform modification of the configuration, the GAT TimeAxx
6150 can also serve as an access control terminal, e.g. in order to control
the access to specific areas, in the same way as a GAT Access 6100.
Installation sample
in shower panel
Function Description
Order Information
When used as a shower terminal, the GAT TimeAxx 6150 indicates that
Description
the shower is available by a green LED bar. In order to use the shower, the
visitor holds the data carrier up to the illuminated, round scan field. The
integrated LED bar, display, and an acoustic signal indicate the status of
the authorization. If the authorization is valid, the shower is activated for
a set time via a relay output of the terminal. The remaining time is shown
continuously in minutes and seconds on the display.
At any time, the user may briefly interrupt the use of the shower and
continue showering later, either by use of the data carrier or by pressing a
button connected to the digital input of the terminal.
Highlights
•Clear user guidance via a monochrome LCD display, LED bar display,
illuminated reader and beeper
•Reading of LEGIC®, MIFARETM and ISO 15693 data carriers (depending
on the type of device)
•Connection of a button via a optocoupler input for the control
(interruption and continuing) of the time of use
•Flush mounting or wall surface mounting
•Plug & Play installation
•Suitable for use in wet area, if installed in a shower panel (waterproof
installation)
GAT TimeAxx 6150 B
PartNo.
488941
Shower terminal with integrated, RFID reader
LEGIC®, with monochrome display (LCD), inclusive back
box GAT TimeAxx 6150 UP
GAT TimeAxx 6150 F
489033
Shower terminal with integrated, RFID reader
MIFARETM, with monochrome display (LCD), inclusive
back box GAT TimeAxx 6150 UP
GAT TimeAxx 6150 ISO
489134
Shower terminal with integrated, RFID reader
ISO 15693, with monochrome display (LCD), inclusive
back box GAT TimeAxx 6150 UP
Accessories
Description
GAT TimeAxx 6150 UP
PartNo.
384835
Back box for flush installation of GAT TimeAxx 6150 into
the wall
GAT TimeAxx 6150 CR
384633
Frontrahmen, PC verchromt (ist bei GAT TimeAxx 6150
B, F und ISO jeweils bereits enthalten)
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Technische Daten
Nominal voltage UDC:
12/24 V (SELV - safety extra-low
voltage)
Permitted input voltage UDC:
10 to 28 V
Aver. power consumption:
3W
Data storage:
Internal EEPROM memory for
configuring and booking memory,
data preservation min. 10 years
Internal clock:
Data preservation approx. 12 h
(Gold-Cap)
Reader type:
See order information
Frequency of reading field:
13.56 MHz
Control elements:
RFID reader
Display elements:
-Full-graphic monochrome display
(LCD) with white LED background
lighting, resolution 128 x 64 Pixel,
visible area 50 x 25 mm
-RFID reader (illuminated)
-Accoustic signal
-LED display bar with different colours
Host interface:
Ethernet 10/100 MBit/s
Signal input:
1 x optocoupler (configurable)
- Input voltage UDC: 0 to 30 V
UDCLow < 2 V, UDCHigh > 6 V
- Input current: 4.5 mA
Signal output:
1 x relay (configurable NO/NC)
- Switching voltage UAC/DC: max. 30 V
- Continuous current: max. 2 A
- Switching power: max. 60 VA
Connection terminals:
0.5 to 1.5 mm2
Housing material:
- Upper part: polycarbonate
- Back part: polycarbonate black
- Back box: polycarbonate black
Permitted ambient temperature: -10 to +55°C
Storage temperature:
-20 to +70°C
Relative humidity:
20 to 80%, non-condensing
Protection type:
IP 65 (when completely installed)
Protection class:
III
Environment class
based on VDS 2110:
IV (Conditions in outdoor area, fully
exposed to weather)
Dimensions
117.5 mm (4.63 in)
4
4
5
1
7
159.4 mm (6.27 in)
3
7
162.4 mm (6.4 in)
172.5 mm (6.8 in)
2
8
6
1. LED bar
2. Monochrome display (LCD)
3. Illuminated, round scan field
4. Front frame
56.3 mm (2.2 in)
5. Device upper part (below the front frame)
6. Device back part
7. Back Box
8. Cable Inlet
107.4 mm (4.23 in)
4.6 mm
(0.18 in)
6
104.4 mm (4.11 in)
18.4 mm (0.72 in)
98.8 mm (3.89 in)
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Typische Anwendung
> 1.5 m
Shower
GAT TimeAxx 6150
GAT TimeAxx 6150
Shower head
Shower head
> 1.5 m
Power supply
Network
Relay
output
GAT TimeAxx 6150
Data carriers
Shower control
The GAT TimeAxx 6150 must not be exposed directly to water.
->Mount the GAT TimeAxx6150 outside an area of R > 1.5 m
around direct water exposure (e.g. a shower head).
An exception is when the GAT TimeAxx 6150 is installed into a
shower panel and is thus completely waterproof. In this case the
GAT TimeAxx 6150 with shower panel may also be installed in
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Mounting and installation instructions
Surface mounting
1. Apply silicone at the cable entrance on the device back part. This is
4. Insert the rubber seal (5) in the device back part.
necessary to seal the housing.
Apply the silicone circumferential on the slightly recessed area (1)
of the cable entrance . The amount of silicone must be dosed so that
after pressing the device to the wall the cable entrance is completely,
cincumferentially sealed.
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Back side of the device back part
1
5. Attach the device upper part with the front print (7) by using the four
screws included in the package (6).
Pay attention that the rubber seal is not twisted, skewed or
moved out of place when the upper part is mounted.
2. Mount the device back part to the wall by using the three screws (2).
6
6
6
Recommended mounting height is 1.3 m.
Wall
2
2
107 mm
7
2
2
2
6
Recommended
mounting height
1.3 m
3
73 mm
3
3. Connect the connection cables at the screw terminal strips (4) in the
device back part (see page 7 of this document).
6
6
6. Put on the front frame (8).
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9
8
9
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Flush mounting
For flush mounting of the GAT TimeAxx 6150 a back box is shipped together
with the terminal. This back box can also be ordered as a seperate article (see
order information).
With this back box the GAT TimeAxx 6150 can be installed in brickwork,
concrete and also cavity walls.
The FX tube for the cables must go up when installed in the wall.
1. Installation in brickwork walls:
Wall
Wall
15
15
14
2
11
1
1
13
2
12
3
13
3
3
1
1
14
10
1. Insert the FX tube (12) with the connection cable (3) into the opening of
5. Caulk the edge of the cable opening in the GAT TimeAxx 6150 back
the back box. The opening is designed for an FX tube with 25 mm outer
part with silicone (1) -> see also step 1 at the description of the surface
diameter. In this case the lugs (13) at the opening are holding the FX tube
mounting.
in place.
6. Mount the GAT TimeAxx 6150 into the back box by using three screws
2. Insert the back box (10) into the wall recess (11) and make sure that it
(2). This is done the same way as described in Step 2 of the surface
is positioned with approx. 1 mm distance to the finished wall surface
mounting. Pay attention, that the cable opening is completely sealed with
(depending on the type of wall e.g. with applied tiles - see 15).
the previously applied silicone.
Note: If tiles, panels, plastering etc. are applied afterwards, the back box
would be placed too deep and the device upper part cannot be mounted.
7. The remaining mounting procedure is the same as described at the
surface mounting (see page 3, beginning with step 3 onward).
3. Fix the back box with plaster or PU foam (14).
4. Feed the connection cable (3) through the opening of the GAT TimeAxx
6150 back part.
After finished installation the GAT TimeAxx 6150 must be
hermetically sealed. Humidity/water must never be able to
penetrate into the housing.
Pay special attention that the silicone applied in step 6
seales the housing completely circumferentially and
that the rubber seal (see step 4 of surface mounting) is
inserted correctly and is also sealing the housing in its
entire length.
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2. Encasing the back box into concrete:
Formwork for
concrete wall
Concrete
Concrete
17
15
14
18
18
12
3
17
Depth
1. Use a dummy (18) on the formwork in order to leave a cavity for the back
box. The size of the dummy must be slightly bigger than the back box
5. After the wall is concreted and hardened and the formwork is removed,
cut the nails (if used) on the front side (18).
dimensions of 159.4 x 104.4 mm (6.27 x 4.11 in). Calculate the depth of
the dummy so that the back box can later be installed with approx. 1 mm
distance from the finished wall surface (see 15). The back box front must
6. Now the back box and the GAT TimeAxx 6150 can be mounted the same
way as described at the installation in brickwork walls (see page 4).
not lie deeper than the finished wall surface.
2. The FX tube (12) for the connection cables (3) should be inserted into an
opening of the dummy.
3. Place the dummy (18) onto the right place at the concrete formwork
and fix it onto the formwork e.g. by using four nails (17). Pay attention
that the back box lies flat, without any gap, on the formwork.
4. If the connection cable (3) is already drawn-in, the cable must be
placed inside the dummy.
After finished installation the GAT TimeAxx 6150 must be
hermetically sealed. Humidity/water must never be able to
penetrate into the housing.
Pay special attention that the silicone around the cable
opening in the device back part seales the housing
completely circumferentially and that the rubber seal (see
step 4 of surface mounting) is inserted correctly and is
also sealing the housing in its entire length.
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3. Mounting in cavity walls (e.g. plasterboard walls):
Wall
16
Wall
Cavity
16
supporting
area
160.4 mm (wall cutout)
159.4 mm (housing wall)
19
162.4 mm (housing lugs)
19
13
3
12
Wall
13
16
16
10
104.4 mm (housing wall)
105.4 mm (wall cutout)
107.4 mm (housing lugs)
Cavity
Wall
20
1. Cutout a rectangle hole of 105.4 x 160.4 mm in the finished wall (e.g. with
applied tiles). The cutout must not be larger than 107 x 162 mm, because
20
the lugs of the back box must lie on the wall (see 19).
20
2. Insert the FX tube (12) with the connection cable (3) into the opening of
the back box. The opening is designed for an FX tube with 25 mm outer
diameter. In this case the lugs (13) at the opening are holding the FX tube
in place.
3. Insert the back box (10) into the cutout in the finished wall (e.g. with
12
13
applied tiles). The four corner lugs of the back box must lie on the
finished wall (19).
Note: If tiles, panels, plastering etc. are applied afterwards, the back box
would be placed too deep and the device upper part cannot be mounted.
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4. Turn the four mounting screws (16) to the right. This will first also turn the
lugs at the screws (20) by 90° to the right and then pull them forward.
Turn the screws until the lugs hit the inside of the wall, which will fix the
10
20
back box in place.
20
20
Since the mounting lugs can only be moved a certain distance the
wall thickness must be in the range from 10 and 30 mm.
10 - 30 mm
5. The remaining mounting procedure is the same as described at the
installation in brickwork walls (see page 4).
After finished installation the GAT TimeAxx 6150 must be
hermetically sealed. Humidity/water must never be able to
penetrate into the housing.
Pay special attention that the silicone around the cable
inlet (described in step 4 at the brickwall mounting) seales
the housing completely and that the rubber seal (see step
4 of surface mounting) is inserted correctly and is also
sealing the housing in its entire length.
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Electrical connections
TCP/IP with external power supply
GAT TimeAxx 6150
Shower control
Supply
B
A
GND
VOut+
Mains power
Control input
of the installation
Power supply
e.g. GAT Power Supply SP014/1
Magnet valve
TCP/IP
TX +
TX RX +
RX -
GND
C1
NO 1
VIN +
IN1 +
IN1 -
a)
Button
Power supply
Connection to the device upper part
DC supply (see technical data), e.g. via GANTNER GAT Power Supply
Attention: The connection cable between screw terminal strip and the
SP014/1. The power input is protected against reverse-polarity.
main electronics is already connected on delivery (connector a) in the
figure above). Check that the cable is plugged-in tight.
Network
Ethernet, Connection via screw terminals.
Relay output
Is used for potential-free activation of an electrovalve - for example to
Wire colours Ethernet
unlock a shower for use. The relay contact is of type NO (maker contact).
Ethernet 10/100 Mbit
Please observe the max. permitted switching voltage and currents (see
technical data).
568A
568B
Depending on the connected installation an additional free-wheeling diode
TX +
green/white
orange/white
may be necessary, which is used to limit the switch-on current. Please read
TX -
green
orange
the documentation of the connected installation.
RX +
orange/white
green/white
RX -
orange
green
Optocoupler input
Potential-free input for button signal. For using the input a supply voltage
Recommended cables
must be applied. This voltage can be taken from the terminal‘s supply or
Ethernet: min. CAT 5 (STP) for 100 MBit
from an external power source. Please observe the max. permitted input
voltages and currents (see technical data).
Cleaning instructions
Safety Instructions
-The installation and maintenance of this unit must be
- Only use a soft fabric. Rough fabrics, paper towels or similar aids
may damage the device.
- Never use sprays, resolvents or scouring agents.
- Never use high-pressure and steam cleaners for cleaning
carried out by professionals.
- The applicable safety and accident prevention regulations
must be observed.
- Protective devices must not be removed.
- Take into account the technical data of the unit indicated in
the technical data sheet.
- The unit must be disconnected before any work is conducted
in the unit.
- Mounting and dismounting only in disconnected condition.
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