GAT MT 010 - Manual, english

GAT MT 010 - Manual, english
Hand-Held Terminal
GAT MT 010
MANUAL
Version 1.2
English
•
Data exchange with the offline
terminals and locks
- GAT ST 210
- GAT ST 220
- GAT ST 225
- TAC IND
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Configuration of the offline
terminals and locks
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Booking evaluation
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Internal clock quartz-operated
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USB interface
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RS 232 for connection of the
GAT ST 210, 220, 225, TAC IND
Gantner Access Technologies. Security. Efficiency. Comfort.
GAT MT 010
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accepts no liability for the completeness or accuracy of the contents of this manual. The
right is reserved to make alterations, and alterations may be made at any time without prior
notice being given.
Trade Marks: Attention is drawn at this point to markings and registered trade marks used
in this manual, in particular to the designation LEGIC® which is a brand of the Kaba Group.
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Important: before commencing installation, commissioning, putting into
service and before any maintenance work is carried out, it is essential that the
relevant warning and safety instructions in this manual are read!
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General warning and safety instructions:
Dear customer,
We congratulate you on having selected a product (device resp. software) of GANTNER Electronic
GmbH. So that our product functions in your installation with safety and to your complete satisfaction,
we take this opportunity to familiarise you with the following ground rules:
1.
Installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of the product purchased must be carried
out in accordance with instructions, i.e. in accordance with the technical conditions of operation, as
described in the corresponding product documentation.
2.
Before installation, commissioning, operation or maintenance it is therefore essential that you read
the corresponding chapter of this manual and observe its instructions.
3.
If there are still some points, on which you are not entirely clear, please do not take a chance, but
ask the customer adviser responsible for you, or ring the GANTNER Electronic GmbH hotline.
4.
Where not otherwise specifically laid down, appropriate installation, commissioning, operation and
maintenance of the product is the customer’s responsibility.
5.
Directly on receipt of the goods, inspect both the packaging and the device resp. data carrier itself
for any signs of damage. Also check that the delivery is complete (-> accessories, documentation,
auxiliary devices, etc.).
6.
If the packaging has been damaged in transport or should you suspect that it has been damaged
or that it may have a fault, the product must not be put into service. In this case, contact your
customer advisor. He will make every effort to resolve the problem as quickly as possible.
7.
Installation, commissioning and servicing of our appliances must only be carried out by suitably
trained personnel. In particular, electrical connections may only be made by correspondingly
qualified specialists. Here, the appropriate installation provisions in accordance with the relative
national Electrical Engineers construction regulations (e.g. ÖVE, [Austrian] VDE, [German]...) must
be observed.
8.
Where not otherwise stated, installation and maintenance work on our appliances is exclusively to
be carried out when disconnected from the power supply. This applies in particular to appliances
which are normally supplied by low-tension current.
9.
It is prohibited to make alterations to the appliances or to remove protective shields and covers.
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10. Do not attempt yourself to repair an appliance after a defect, failure or damage, or to put it back
into operation again. In such cases, it is essential you contact either your customer adviser or the
GANTNER Electronic GmbH hotline.
11. GANTNER Electronic GmbH accepts no responsibility for any injuries or damage caused as a result
of improper use.
12. Although every care is taken and we are continuously aiming for improvement, we cannot exclude
completely the possibility of errors appearing in our documentation. GANTNER Electronic GmbH
therefore accepts no responsibility for the completeness or the accuracy of this manual. The right
is reserved to make alterations, and we may carry out alterations at any time without giving prior
notice.
13. Should you discover any fault with the product or in its accompanying documentation, or have any
suggestions for improvement, you may confidently approach either your customer adviser or
GANTNER Electronic GmbH directly.
14. However, even if you just want to tell us that everything has functioned perfectly, we still look
forward to hear from you.
We wish you a successful application of our appliances. We will be pleased to welcome you as a
customer again soon.
Contact address / manufacturer:
GANTNER Electronic GmbH
Montafonerstrasse 8
A - 6780 Schruns/Austria
Tel.: +43 5556 73784 - 542
Fax: +43 5556 73784 - 8010
E-Mail: info@gantner.com
Web: www.gantner.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................... 9
System Components ........................................................................................................9
Short Description ........................................................................................................... 10
Terms ........................................................................................................................... 11
2.
2.1.
2.2.
CONFIGURATION OF THE DOORS ......................................................................... 13
Configure Doors ............................................................................................................ 13
Store the Door Configurations into GAT MT 010 ............................................................. 17
3.
3.1.
3.2.
PROGRAMMING THE DATA CARrIERs ................................................................... 19
Authorisation Configuration ........................................................................................... 19
Programming Data Carriers (Read/Write Mode).............................................................. 19
4.
OPERATION GAT MT 010 ....................................................................................... 20
4.1.
Generally....................................................................................................................... 20
4.2.
Connection to a Lock/Terminal ...................................................................................... 21
4.3.
Main Menu .................................................................................................................... 23
4.3.1. Menu Function "CONFIG" ............................................................................................ 24
4.3.2. Menu Function "DATA" ................................................................................................ 29
4.3.3. Menu Function "BOOKINGS" ....................................................................................... 30
4.3.4. Menu Function "SYSTEM" ............................................................................................ 31
5.
5.1.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE................................................................................ 37
Inserting and Changing the Batteries ............................................................................. 37
6.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ) ............................................................... 39
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INTRODUCTION
1.
INTRODUCTION
1.1. System Components
CD with USB driver
USB Card Reader
USB cable (3 m) for
PC connection
2 x alkaline AA battery
SD memory card
(64 MByte)
GAT MT 010 download cable
for communication with the
offline locks/terminals
GAT Battery Charger SJ
charging device with 4 rechargeable
batteries AA
Fig. 1.1 – System components of the GAT MT 010 set
!
Alkaline batteries must not be recharged! The GAT Battery Charger SJ hast to
be only used for recharging corresponding batteries (rechargeable battereis =
accumulators).
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1.2. Short Description
The GAT MT 010 is a battery-operated hand-held terminal for use with offline access
control. With the GAT MT 010 the access authorisations can be loaded into the offline
terminals/locks GAT ST 210, GAT ST 220, GAT ST 225 and TAC LEGIC® and all bookings
can be read from the terminals/locks for later evaluation.
Fig. 1.2 – Systemfunktion mit GAT MT 010
Figure 1.2 shows the function of the GAT MT 010 in an offline system. The access
authorisations will be defined in the PC software GAT Access or GAT Matrix and then copied
to the GAT MT 010 with the supplied USB cable or the USB Card Reader (see chapter "2.2.
Store the Door Configurations into GAT MT 010"). On the PC where the GAT MT 010 is
connected the GAT ST220 Service and the GAT MT 010 Loader must be running and the PC
resp. the service must have connection with the configuration software GAT Access/GAT
Matrix. GAT Access/GAT Matrix can be installed on the same PC or on another PC/server in
the network. Afterwards the authorisations can be loaded into the terminal or locks on site
by using the GAT MT 010 download cable.
The authorisation data carriers, which are used by the persons for identification in the
access system, are defined in GAT Access/GAT Matrix and assigned to the persons. In the
read/write mode the defined data for the data carriers will be transmitted to the GAT
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Terminals 2500 in the system and can there be written onto the corresponding LEGIC® data
carriers via the connected "GAT Reader" antennas.
With existing plants when connecting the MT 010 to a door lock automatically also the
current reservations will become selected, these then with the next PC connection again to
these to transfer.
1.3. Terms
Authorisation Card
Electronic badge used by a person for non-contact identification (via RFID reader) in an
access control system. Authorisation cards can be of different types (e.g. plastic card in
check card format, key tag etc.). For simplification the terms card or authorisation card
respectively will be used for all kind of data carrier types.
Data Carrier
Electronic chip which is embedded in an authorisation card and which stores the data for
the identifications.
Authorisation Data
The authorisation data define which persons have access authorisation on which doors
(locks) to which conditions or times respectively.
(Electronic) Lock
Designates in this manual the electronic door locks GAT ST 220, GAT ST 225 and TAC from
GANTNER. These are installed at the doors which shall be access controlled (e.g. door or
turnstile). Such an electronic lock will then lock and unlock the door depending on the
identification and authorisation. Unlike a terminal an electronic lock has the control
electronics and unlocking mechanics installed usually in the same housing/place.
Terminal
A terminal is similar to an electronic lock of GANTNER but at a terminal the unlocking
mechanics and the control electronics are usually installed separately. In this manual the
terminal GAT ST 210 will be used for the offline access control.
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Door
The term "door" will be used in this manual as combined umbrella term for lock and
terminal. For example to configure a door means to configure the terminal or lock that is
mounted at the door.
Access Control System
Comprehends all devices (locks, terminals), data carriers and software which are necessary
to perform the access control in a facility.
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CONFIGURATION OF THE DOORS
2.
CONFIGURATION OF THE DOORS
2.1. Configure Doors
The single doors (locks and terminals) are configured in the GAT Manager software at the
PC and copied into the doors via the GAT MT 010. Following is a short description how the
doors are configured. You can find a detailed help about the configuration of the doors in
the online help of GAT Manager.
Fig. 2.1 - Main Window of GAT Manager
Define TCP/IP Channels
• In the main window of GAT Manager in the door list mark the first entry "Communication
Channels".
• Next mark the entry "TCP/IP Communication" in the device library and add it to the door
list by clicking on "< Add device".
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Fig. 2.2 – GAT Manager – Communication Channels
The window "TCP/IP communication settings" will be displayed automatically.
Fig. 2.3 – TCP/IP Communication Parameter
• Here the name (e.g. "Offline Doors"), the port to be used (this must not be used by the
PC yet) and the IP address of the PC where GAT ST220 Service is installed, must be
entered here for the new channel. If the service is installed on the same PC as GAT
Manager enter "localhost".
• Confirm the entered data with "OK".
Add New Door
• In the main window mark the TCP/IP channel to which you want to add a new door (here
"Offline Doors").
• Next select the entry "GAT Terminal 1002 (ST2xx/TAC/2500)" in the device library on the
right side and click onto "< Add device".
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Fig. 2.4 – GAT Manager – Add New Offline Door
• A new window will be opened where information about the new door have to be entered.
Fig. 2.5 – GAT Manager – Settings for New Offline Door
• Enter a "Name" for the new door (e.g. "Offline Cylinder 100").
• The address must be unique because the doors (locks and terminals) will be identified by
these addresses.
• Mark the device type "ST2xx/TAC" in order to define a new offline door.
• The serial number is only of importance at online devices and can be ignored.
• With these steps you can ad the other doors as well.
• Now every door must be configured. Therefore click with the right mouse button onto an
added door in the door list and select "Configuration" from the context menu. The
following window will be opened.
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Fig. 2.6 – GAT Manager – Door Configuration
• Enter the unlocking time in seconds. This time determines for how long the terminal/lock
unlocks the door after a valid identification.
• Mark the operation mode of the door. See also table 4.1 at the description of the
configuration (chapter 4.3.2).
• For a GAT ST 210 it is possible to configure the two status inputs (optocouplers) by
means of the button "Input Configuration". It is possible to select a function for every
input and to enter a designation for the inputs.
Fig. 2.7 – GAT Manager – Configure Inputs of a GAT ST 210
Note: A further description of the functions and settings when adding new doors can be
found in the online help of GAT Manager.
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2.2. Store the Door Configurations into GAT MT 010
After the offline doors are configured, the settings are copied to a GAT MT 010 and the GAT
MT 010 can then be used to transfer the settings on site into the offline doors.
There are two software tools, which are used to transmit the configurations.
- The "GAT ST 220 Service" is a Windows service running in the background. This service
handles the communication with GAT Manager, to process and prepare the offline
configuration data for transfer to a GAT MT 010. The GAT ST 220 Service is installed on
the same PC/server where GAT Manager is running.
- The "GAT MT 010 Loader" is a tool to copy the configuration data, prepared by the GAT
ST 220 Service, into a selectable folder. These data can then be copied to a GAT MT 010
directly or via a SD card. The GAT MT 010 Loader can be installed on the network in a
directory with full access rights for all network users that use the tool. It is then possible
to start the tool from any PC with access to this directory.
The following steps describe, how to load the offline data onto the GAT MT 010. Generally
there are two different possibilities:
a) 32-bit Windows: 1. Install the supplied USB driver for the GAT MT 010.
Note: If the GAT MT 010 is connected the first time, a request
for USB driver installation will be displayed. You can find the
driver on the supplied driver CD.
2. If the GAT MT 010 is connect to the PC with the USB driver
installed, the GAT MT 010 will be recognized and the
configuration data will automatically be copied from the PC to the
GAT MT 010. On the screen the following window is displayed:
Fig. 2.8 – Configuration Data are copied to the GAT MT 010
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3. After successful data transmission the following green window
will appear on the screen:
Fig. 2.9 – Configuration Data are copied successfully to the GAT MT 010
!
After copying the configuration the GAT MT 010 has to be
switched off and on in order to activate the copied data!
b) 64-bit Windows or if the USB interface is incompatible with the GAT MT 010:
1. The USB driver doesn’t work with 64-bit Windows. In this case
the supplied USB card reader can be connected to the PC. No
driver needs to be installed.
2. Turn the GAT MT 010 off and eject the SD card. Insert the SD
card into the USB card reader.
3. Start "GAT MT 010 Loader". On the Windows status bar you will
then see the icon of the loader.
4. Click with the right mouse button onto this icon. From the popup menu select the menu item "Copy data to directory ..." and
then select the root directory of the SD card.
5. Next you can transfer the saved data onto an SD card.
6. Insert the SD card into the GAT MT 010.
Now the configuration data can be written into the locks/terminals directly on site at the
respective doors.
Note: In case of errors (e.g. cables not connected) a red window with a corresponding
error message will be displayed.
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3.
PROGRAMMING THE DATA CARRIERS
3.1. Authorisation Configuration
In the GAT Access software the authorisations for the persons, which shall be identified in
the access control system, will be configured. A unique data carrier will be assigned to each
person.
In the read/write mode the authorisation information will be written directly onto the data
carriers of the persons. This can be done directly at the PC with a read/write station GAT
Writer or via a GAT Terminal 2500. In the last case the authorisations will be transmitted to
all GAT Terminals 2500 in the access system and the data carriers can then be programmed
on site directly at those terminals (see 3.2).
3.2. Programming Data Carriers (Read/Write Mode)
Fig. 3.1 – Configuration of authorisation data carriers at GAT Terminal 2500
• Hold a data carrier that shall be programmed in front of the antenna of a GAT Terminal 2500.
• The system recognises the data carrier and writes the corresponding access authorisation
onto it. During the writing process the LED at the antenna will flash alternately red and
orange.
• After writing the data carrier the LED will be switched to red again and the data carrier
can be used from now on as access badge in the facility.
Note: If the data carrier is removed too early from the antenna, before the writing process
is finished, a peep sound will be generated. You will then have 30 seconds to hold the data
carrier back into the antenna field before the writing process will be cancelled.
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4.
OPERATION GAT MT 010
4.1. Generally
The GAT MT 010 can be operated with two 1.5 V AA batteries (alkali). Use only leak-proof
safe batteries!
In order to save battery the GAT MT 010 is switched off when not in use. Before a
communication can take place, the GAT MT 010 must therefore be switched on. This takes
place by pressing the home key for some time
.
During the start-up the Gantner Logo will be displayed. After that the start screen will
appear and all stored locks will be listed, i.e. all doors will be shown which have been
configured in GAT Manager and for which data have been copied onto the GAT MT 010.
Fig 4.1- Start Screen of the GAT MT 010
Note: Following the term "door" will be used for a lock or terminal respectively, which
gets connected to the GAT MT 010. So when you read "downloading data to a
door" it means that the lock or terminal respectively, that is connected to the door,
will be downloaded.
The battery symbol on the bottom left side shows the current state of the batteries. If the
GAT MT 010 is operated with a power supply unit, the battery symbol will not be indicated.
The symbol shown in the figure 4.1 means that the battery will soon be empty and should
be replaced or recharged as soon as possible.
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4.2. Connection to a Lock/Terminal
The GAT MT 010 will be connected to a door (lock or terminal) by means of the supplied
download cable.
GAT ST 210
Fig 4.2 - Connection to a GAT ST 210
Remove the cover on the front of the GAT ST 210 and plug-in the download cable of the
GAT MT 010 into the socket under the cover.
GAT ST 22X
Fig 4.3 - Connection to a GAT ST 220 and GAT ST 225
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Remove the cover that protects the download socket. This cover is located on the side of
the GAT ST 220 resp. 225 housing which is mounted on the inside of the door (secured
area, housing without button). Plug-in the download cable of the GAT MT 010 into the
socket under the cover.
TAC Lock
Fig 4.4 - Connection to a TAC
Plug-in the download cable of the GAT MT 010 into the socket at the bottom side of the
TAC housing which is mounted on the inside of the door (secured area, housing without
button).
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4.3. Main Menu
By pressing the menu key (green) in the starting window the main menu is displayed:
Data exchange with
locks/terminals
Booking
evaluation
Configuration of the
locks/terminals
Configuration of
the GAT MT 010
ON / OFF
Home
Back
Scroll
OK
Fig 4.5 - Main Menu of GAT MT 010
The following functions can be selected with the display keys:
• DATA:
- Download of configurations to doors
- Read-out bookings from doors
• CONFIG:
Here the following actions can be performed with the connected door:
- Set address
- Read-out battery information
- Read information
- Set time and date
- Set mode
- Processed GAT ST 2xx (list of the doors that have been loaded already)
- Always Open mode
- Silent mode
• BOOKINGS: - Display of all bookings in the GAT MT 010
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• SYSTEM:
Indication and setting of different functions of the GAT MT 010
- Display system information
- Set date / time
- Set display contrast
- Set beeper volume
- Set display language
- Test the plugged-in SD memory card
- Reset to factory settings (Attention: stored data will be deleted with this
reset.
- PC-Config. Mode (configuration via PC)
For communication with an offline terminal/lock a programming card must be used to set
the terminal/lock into the programming mode! If the programming mode is active the LED
at the terminal/lock will blink alternately green and red.
4.3.1. Menu Function "CONFIG"
With this menu function different data of the connected door can be set or read and
different functions of the door can be run.
By pressing the key "CONFIG" (red) the following list menu will be displayed:
CONFIG.
12:21:17
.Set Address
Read Battery Data
GAT ST 2xx Info
Set Date/Time
1/
[
[
] or [
]
]
.
6
- select desired option
- run the selected option
8 options are selectable:
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• Set Address
ADDRESS
10:47:55
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LIST
The address of the connected door can be set by entering the address "manually" or by
selecting one address from a list.
To enter an address manually press the menu key "MANUAL":
ADDRESS
12:21:17
Address for
GAT ST 2xx:
000
--QUIT
[
[
] or [
] or [
]
]
[OK]
OK
- decrease / increase the number at the cursor position
- move cursor one place to the left / right
(green) - writes the address into the door
• Read Battery Data
BATTERY
... Info display
(displayed for approx.
3 seconds)
12:21:17
Ident. Total : 00321
Ident./Month : 00108
Lifetime
: > 30d
Batt. Months : 03
100-Offline Cylinder
The first two lines show the number of identifications at the current door and how many
identifications took place at the door per month in average.
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The estimated remaining life time of the battery will be calculated and displayed. Line four
shows how many months the battery has been in use.
Note: The indicated battery lifetime is an estimation due to the usage frequency of the
offline cylinder/lock so far.
• GAT ST 2xx Info
ST 2XX INFO
... Info display
(displayed for approx.
3 seconds)
12:21:17
100-Offline Cylinder
Serialno.: 7654321
Software : 02.1a
Hardware : T220
20.02.07 12:12:57
The type of connected terminal/lock and its serial number, software and hardware version
will be displayed.
The last line shows the current date and the time of the connected terminal/lock.
• Set Date/Time
With this menu option the time and the date of the connected door can be read and set.
DATE/TIME
12:21:17
Time:
DD.MM.YY hh:mm:ss
20.02.07 12:21:17
- -- -- -- -- -QUIT
[
[
[OK]
26
] or [
] or [
]
]
OK
- decrease / increase the number at the cursor position
- move cursor one place to the left / right
(green) - writes the new date into the door
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• Change Mode
A lock/terminal can work in different modes. You can select the mode with this menu
option.
MODE




.
12:21:17
Stand Alone Mode .
(Read Only Unique)
(Read Write Mode)
FID Only Mode
QUIT
[
[
] or [
]
]
Designation
Installation Mode
Stand Alone Mode
FID Only Mode
Read Only Unique
Read Only Card
Read Write Mode
Hotel Mode
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- select mode
- confirm selection -> marker "O" will be set ("")
Function
At delivery the terminal/lock is in installation mode. By
programming a programming and deleting data carrier
into the terminal/lock the terminal/lock will change from
installation mode to the stand alone mode.
User data carriers are configured with programming and
deleting data carriers directly at the door.
Using the site number of the Gantner time/access
segment or identification and authorisation check.
Configuration of the doors in GAT Manager and copying
of authorisations and configurations from the PC to the
doors by means of the GAT MT 010. For authorisation
check the unique number of the data carriers will be used.
Configuration of the doors in GAT Manager and
assignment and change of the authorisations in the GAT
Access. For authorisation check the coded GANTNER chip
number of the data carriers will be used.
Authorisations are stored on the authorisation data
carriers of the users. Therefore a write station is necessary
(e.g. GAT Writer 5200, GAT Writer 5100, GAT Terminal 2500)
Authorisation check performed with data carrier and version
number. Additional category classification (e.g. normal
guest, cleaning personell, manager) and "privacy function".
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• Processed GAT ST2xx
All doors, that have already been loaded, can be listed.
PROC. DOORS
022-Maindoor
03.04.08 12:10:55
_T_0022.ini
... Info display
(displayed for approx.
3 seconds)
[
[
] or [
]
]
12:21:17
- scroll through the list of already processed doors
- exit with this key
• Always Open Mode
With this menu item the Always Open Mode can be activated.
ALWAYS OPEN
Always open Mode:
Activated
.
Deactivated


.
... Indication of current
state of the lock
12:21:17
.
QUIT
[
[
] or [
]
]
- select desired function
- confirm selection -> marker "O" will be set ("")
If a lock is set to the Always Open Mode it is possible to permanently unlock the door by
reading the same data carrier two times within 2 seconds at the lock. The door will then
remain unlocked until one more identification is performed with the same data carrier.
The Always Open Mode is only available for locks which are working in Stand Alone Mode or
FID Only Mode.
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OPERATION GAT MT 010
• Silent Mode
SILENT MODE
Silent Mode:
Activated
Deactivated


.
... Indication of current
state of the lock
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.
.
QUIT
[
[
] oder [
]
]
- select desired function
- confirm selection -> marker "O" will be set ("")
If a lock is set to the Silent Mode the internal beeper will be deactivated. In this case no
acoustic signal will be generated in case of an identification at the lock.
4.3.2. Menu Function "DATA"
With this menu function the corresponding configuration data, which has been defined on
the PC, can be loaded into the connected door. First the connected lock/terminal must be
set into the programming mode. Else the message "GAT ST 2xx is not in program mode"
will appear on the display.
By pressing the key "DATA" (yellow) the following will be displayed:
DATA
Connected door
will automatically
be recognised!
GAT ST 2xx:
100-Offline Cylinder
Load Data?
NO
[YES]
or
[NO]
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YES
(green) - data will be loaded into the indicated door (here "100-Offline Cylinder")
(red) - back to the main menu
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OPERATION GAT MT 010
After loading is completed or if no configuration data for the connected door is stored in the
GAT MT 010 it is possible to read-out the bookings that are stored in the door by using the
menu item DATA. These bookings will then be deleted in the door.
BOOKINGS
12:21:17
No Data for
100-Offline Cylinder
available!
Read Bookings?
NO
[YES]
or
[NO]
YES
(green) - read bookings
(red) - back to the main menu
The read bookings can be displayed with the menu function "BOOKINGS".
4.3.3. Menu Function "BOOKINGS"
A lock and a terminal store internally a booking for every occurred event (operation, error
message etc). Stored bookings can be displayed with the menu function "BOOKINGS".
SELECT
... Info display
(displayed for approx.
3 seconds)
[
[
] or [
]
]
12:21:17
No Bookings
available!
- scroll through the list of bookings
- exit with this key
Note: In order to display the bookings of a door they must first be transmitted from the
door to the GAT MT 010. This can be done with the menu function "DATA" (see 4.3.2 Menu Function "DATA").
For each door the max. 500 bookings will be shown, also if more bookings are stored in a
doors.
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OPERATION GAT MT 010
4.3.4. Menu Function "SYSTEM"
With this menu function the GAT MT 010 will be configured. By pressing the key "SYSTEM"
(green) in the main menu the system menu will appear:
SYSTEM
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.System Info
Date/Time
Display Contrast
Beeper Volume
1/
[
[
] or [
]
]
.
8
- move cursor to the desired option
- select the option with this key
In the system menu 8 options are selectable. These will be described below:
• System Info
SYSTEM INFO
INFO
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VOLTAGE
By pressing the "INFO" key (yellow) the serial number, software and hardware version and
further information about the GAT MT 010 will be displayed:
GAT MT 010
... Info display
(displayed for approx.
3 seconds)
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Serialnb.:
Software :
Hardware :
CoPr.
:
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7654321
01.30
05.00
01.1
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OPERATION GAT MT 010
By pressing the "VOLTAGE" key (blue) information about the actual supply voltages of the
GAT MT 010 will be displayed:
VOLTAGE
... Info display
(displayed for approx.
3 seconds)
V-External
V-Battery
V-Internal
12:21:17
: 11.40V
: 02.30V
: 02.97V
Power Supply Unit
V-External shows the voltage value of the currently external voltage supply (if connected,
e.g. a pluggable power supply unit), V-Battery is the current voltage value of the battery
and V-Internal is the voltage value that is currently used internal by the GAT MT 010 for
processing.
• Date/Time
With this menu option the time and the date of the GAT MT 010 can be set and/or read.
Note: Control the date and time periodically! The internal clock of the GAT MT 010 can
differ from the real time after long operation.
The clock (time) of the GAT MT 010 will not be adjusted automatically with the
PC clock.
!
DATE/TIME
12:21:17
Time:
DD.MM.YY hh:mm:ss
20.02.07 12:21:17
- -- -- -- -- -QUIT
[
[
[OK]
32
] or [
] or [
]
]
OK
- decrease / increase the number at the cursor position
- move cursor one place to the left / right
(green) - sets the input date and time in the GAT MT 010
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OPERATION GAT MT 010
• Display Contrast
With this menu option you can set the brightness/contrast of the GAT MT 010 display.
[
] or [
]
[OK]
- move cursor one place to the left / right to decrease / increase the
contrast of the display
(green) - Stores the selection
• Beeper Volume
With this menu option you can adjust the volume of the internal beeper of the GAT MT 010.
[
] or [
]
[OK]
- move cursor one place to the left / right to decrease / increase the
volume of the internal beeper (acoustic signal)
(green) - Stores the selection
• Language
With this menu option you can select the display language of the GAT MT 010.
LANGUAGE
 English
 German
.
11:25:12
.
QUIT
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OPERATION GAT MT 010
[
[
] or [
]
]
- Select Language
- Confirm Selection -> Marker "O" will be set ("")
• Test SD-Card
With this menu option the memory card in the GAT MT 010 can be tested.
SD-CARD
12:21:17
Test
SD-Card?
NO
[YES]
or
[NO]
YES
(green) - Start SD-card test
(red) - Back to the system menu
SD-CARD
12:21:17
No Errors
with SD-Card!
Indication if the memory card is ok. Else an error message will be displayed. In the case of
an error check the memory card (dirty, defect?) and replace it by a new card in case the
error cannot be solved.
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OPERATION GAT MT 010
• Factory settings
With this menu option the GAT MT 010 can be reset to factory settings.
!
With a reset to factory settings all data and configuration changes in the GAT MT
010 will be deleted and the GAT MT 010 will be reset to the state at delivery
time.
FACTORY
12:21:17
Reset device to
factory settings?
NO
[YES]
or
[NO]
YES
(green) - Confirm the reset to factory settings (if desired)
(red)
- Back to the system menu
FACTORY
12:21:17
Do you really
want to reset
the device?
NO
[YES]
or
[NO]
YES
(green) - If you are really sure to reset to factory settings confirm again
(red)
- Back to the system menu
FACTORY
12:21:17
All Data deleted
and device set
to manufacture
settings!
Now the GAT MT 010 is again in the state how it was on delivery time. The display
language is set to english as default. Please select your desired language with the option
"Language" in the menu "SYSTEM" (see page 32).
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OPERATION GAT MT 010
• PC-Config. Mode
In the PC Configuration Mode the GAT MT 010 can be loaded with data or new software.
This menu option will only be used by Gantner Electronic GmbH for internal purposes. If the
PC Configuration Mode is active this will be signalised by an arrow moving right/left.
[QUIT]
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(red) -Press this key in order to end the PC Configuration Mode and set the
GAT MT 010 back to normal operation.
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SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
5.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
5.1. Inserting and Changing the Batteries
If the batteries in a GAT MT 010 are (nearly) empty, operation is no longer possible. A
battery change is necessary. Batteries to be used are 2 x 1.5 V / type AA – LR16 (alkaline).
The batteries are inserted below the cover at the bottom of the housing.
Figure 5.1 - Inserting batteries at the GAT MT 010
!
Pay attention to the correct polarity and orientation of the batteries when
inserting them!
A battery change may not last longer than 5 minutes, since otherwise the date and time set
in the GAT MT 010 will be lost. In this case time and date must be set again (see section
4.3.4 - Menu Function "SYSTEM", page 30).
!
Do not dispose batteries with domestic waste!
 Dispose batteries in an eco-friendly way, e.g. through a
municipal battery collecting box.
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SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
6.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
Here you can find some important and frequently asked questions concerning the GAT MT 010.
If you have any questions about the operation and function of the GAT MT 010 after
reading this manual and you also don’t find the answer to your question in this section
please contact your dealer or the GANTNER Hotline.
•
The GAT MT 010 doesn’t recognize the attached lock or terminal.
- Make sure that all cables are connected firmly at the correct places.
- Make sure that the lock/terminal is set to programming mode.
•
No door names are displayed on the GAT MT 010.
- Check the directory settings in the software "GAT ST 220 Service" (in the file
"ST220Service.ini").
•
The GAT MT 010 isn’t recognised when connected to the PC.
- Connect the GAT MT 010 to another USB socket of the PC.
- Deactivate the anti virus software.
•
Data aren’t displayed anymore at the GAT MT 010 after copying or during
operation.
- Switch the GAT MT 010 off and then on again.
- Make sure that the SD memory card is firmly plugged in.
•
Data cannot be copied to the GAT MT 010.
- Make sure that the SD memory card is firmly plugged in.
- Test the SD memory card for possible errors.
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Specifications:
• Power Supply:
- Pluggable PS Unit: 10 to 15 VDC (pos. pole inside)
- Battery:
2 x 1.5 V / type AA - LR16
(Alkaline)
• Input:
- 4 function keys with function
description on the display in
plain text
- 2 cursor keys
- 1 "start" key
- 1 "OK" key
- 1 "back" key
• Current Consumption: Typ. 100 mA at 12 VDC
Max. 130 mA at 12 VDC
• Power Supply Unit:
Prim.: 230 VAC/50 Hz, 22 VA
Second.: 12 VDC, max. 1500 mA
• Acoustic Signal:
Built-in beeper
• Internal Clock:
• USB Interface:
Standard 1.1, plug type B, for
connection to a PC
• RS 232 Interface:
DB 15, for connection to GAT
ST 210, -220, -225, TAC
Quartz operated real time
clock (RTC)
accuracy: < ±0,25 sec. per
day at +25°C
• Program Memory:
2 MByte Flash
• Material:
Plastic
• Main Memory:
16 MByte SDRAM
• Protective System:
IP 50
• Booking Memory:
SD card with 64 MByte
• Weight:
260 g
• Display:
Monochrome, graphic
capable LC display with
background lighting, 128 x 64
pixel
• Operating Temperature: 0°C up to +60°C
• Storage Temperature:
-25°C up to +70°C
• Relative Humidity:
0% up to 90% at +25°C
(non-condensing)
Dimensions:
Ordering Information: Designation
GAT MT 010
Hand-held terminal for GANTNER offline locks/terminals
GAT MT 010 Set
GAT MT 010 and GAT Battery Charger SJ
GAT MT 010 Cable
Cable for communication between GAT MT 010 and doors
GAT MT 010 Configuration Cable
Cable for communication between GAT MT 010 and PC
th
Valid as of March 28 2012 until revocation. Subject to technical modifications!
GANTNER Electronic GmbH
Montafonerstr. 8
A-6780 Schruns / Austria
Phone:
+43 (0)5556 73784-542
Fax:
+43 (0)5556 73784-8020
E-Mail:
info@gantner.com
GANTNER Electronic GmbH Deutschland (Germany)
Phone:
+49 (0)234 58896-20/21
E-Mail:
info-de@gantner.com
GANTNER Electronic GmbH Branch Dubai
Phone : +971 (0)506504082
E-Mail:
info-me@gantner.com
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