NS1 Installation Guide - Honeywell Access Systems

NS1 Installation Guide - Honeywell Access Systems
NS1 Installation Guide
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for using NS1 for your access control application. NS1 is a powerful access control system
which can be used for single door access, as well as for connection to any type of on-line access control
system.
NS1 units can also be mounted in an RS485 network without the necessity of an external access control
system.
NS1 as a single door unit offers many possibilities such as:
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Access control
Unlock option
Day/Nightlock option (manual or automatic switching)
Long range reader (up to 45cm)
Optional use of PIN keypad
Using an external relay (to prevent potential tampering)
NS1 Manage software for stand-alone PC programming, event logging and user database
maintenance
REFERENCES
Master card usage is described in the NS1 User Guide (TD1168).
CONNECTIONS
The NS1 uses 12 wire E111235 AWM STYLE 2560 60°C 30V low voltage computer cable. The
connections are indicated below.
Wire
Stand-alone
Brown
Extra Ground
Violet
Relay out (O.C)
Black
Ground
Red
Power (+11.5 … +12.5V DC)
Yellow
RS-485B in +
Blue
RS-485B out -
White
RS-485A in +
Pink
RS-485A out -
Magstripe (ABA)
Wiegand
Grey
IO-1 Door contact input
\ RDP output
DATA 0
Green
IO-2 Ext. Night lock/Rex input
\ RCP output
DATA 1
Grey/Pink
IO-3 Forced entry output
\ CLS output
STROBE
Red/Blue
IO-4 Night lock enabled output
\ Access input
\ LED
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Figure 1 (below) gives a graphical representation of the connections.
Wire
White
Controller
Yellow
Pink
Next reader or
Line Terminator
Blue
Door contact
Grey
External Clock
Green
Grey / Pink
Alarm system
Red / Blue
Violet
Lock or external relay
Brown
Red
Power supply 12V DC
1. The relay output is a 1A / 30V open collector.
Black
Figure 1
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NOTES:
2. With the NS1 only DC locks can be used when
directly connected to the NS1.
NS1 Connections
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NS1 OPERATING LEVELS
The NS1 Proximity Reader has two operating levels:
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Installer Level. On this level the NS1 can be configured by the Installer. This level is also used to do
typical Installer options.
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User Level. On this level typical user options can be set, such as adding and voiding user cards,
setting the door open time, etc.
This Quick Guide explains the most frequently used Installer settings that can be used to configure the
NS1. Please refer to the NS1 User Guide (TD1168) for user related settings.
The programming steps mentioned in this Quick Guide represent a limited number of programming
functions that can be performed by the Installer on an NS1. Please refer to the NS1 Master Manual
(TD0099) for all the possibilities.
NS1 LEDS
The NS1 is provided with seven LEDs which serve as status indicators. Figure 2 illustrates their function.
Figure 2
Led 1 (yellow)
Led 2 (green)
Indicates that a card/remote programmer is within range of the NS1.
Indicates that access is granted or that the NS1 is in Unlock Mode.
Led 3 (red)
Indicates that the door lock is closed.
Led 4 (red)
Indicates that the NS1 is in Night Lock mode.
Led 5 (red)
Indicates that the NS1 is in Add mode, and that cards are added.
Led 6 (red)
Indicates that the NS1 is in Void mode, and that cards are voided.
Led 7 (red)
Indicates that the NS1 is in Program mode.
LED indicators NS1
PROGRAMMING DEVICE
1
4
7
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2 3
5 6
8 9
0 #
A remote programmer can be used to configure the NS1 and do settings in the NS1 by
bringing it into the RF field of the NS1.
A programmed function may look like as follows:
The blank “n” in the function indicates an optional number.
An Installer Remote Programmer can set all functions of the NS1.
In this Quick Guide, configuring the NS1 Proximity Reader is described by means of a Remote
Programmer. However, there are other ways. Northern also offers the possibility of programming the NS1
Proximity Reader through the NS1 Manage PC software.
If you have to install this application, please refer to the installation instructions of the NS1 Manage
manual (TD0099).
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CONFIGURING THE NS1
The following steps describe how to configure the NS1.
1. Wake up the NS1 from sleep mode.
When powering up the NS1 for the first time, the NS1 is in the Installer sleep mode.
This programmer will automatically become the Installer Remote Programmer. It is
recommended to identify the Remote Programmer as the Installer by labelling it such.
Figure 3 indicates how to wake up the NS1.
1. Power on. (NS1 is in
Installer Sleep mode.)
Figure 3
2. Present a Remote
Programmer in the RF
field of the NS1.
3. Normal operation of the
NS1 is resumed.
Waking up the NS1
2. Set the Lock Type (23*).
Different lock types can be set by entering the key sequence corresponding with the lock type.
See the following table for information.
Lock Type
Key sequence
Description
Normally open
23*0*
Normally closed
23*1*
The settings “normally open” and “normally closed” are used when a lock
is directly connected to the NS1.
Coded signal
23*2*
Coded signal is used to trigger an external relay on the Connection Unit
(article NS1CU). The external relay offers a higher level of security.
The default value is 23*0*. To set another value, take the steps indicated in Figure 4.
1. Enter Program mode by
2. Enter the choice for the Lock Type, where
presenting Installer Remote
“n” is 1 or 2.
Programmer.
Figure 4
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3. Normal operation of the
NS1 is resumed.
Setting Lock Type
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3. Set Open Time-out (11*).
Whenever access is granted, the relay of the NS1 will be activated during a certain number of
seconds, called the Open Time-Out.
This period of time can be adjusted from 1 to 255 seconds. The default value is 2 sec, meaning
that after presenting the tag to the NS1 reader, you have 2 seconds to open the door. If you want
to use the default value, skip this step and proceed with the next.
To use a setting other than the default one, perform the steps indicated in Figure 5.
1. Enter Program Mode by
2. Enter Open Time-out period.
presenting Installer Remote
Programmer.
Figure 5
3. Normal operation of the
NS1 is resumed.
Setting Open Time-out Period
4. Set Close Time-out (12*).
The NS1 has a special timer that is intended to check whether the gate or door has been closed
within a specific period of time.
This period of time is adjustable from 0 to 255 seconds. The default value is “0”, meaning that the
function is disabled. If you want to use the default value, skip this step and proceed with the next.
I/O 1 of the NS1 should be connected to ground or to ground via the door switch when
using this option.
To use a setting other than the default one, perform the steps indicated in Figure 6.
1. Enter Program mode by
2. Enter Close Time-out period.
presenting Installer Remote
Programmer.
Figure 6
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3. Normal operation of the
NS1 is resumed.
Setting the Close Time-out Period
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5. Set Egress (20*).
Setting egress allows the connection of a push button mounted inside a building to grant passage
when exiting. When set, this option will disable the external Night Lock control which uses the
same I/O 2 input. Egress is low active, i.e. access is granted when I/O 2 is connected to GND for a
short while.
The default option is 20*0*, meaning that this function is disabled. If you want to use the default
value, skip this step and proceed with the next.
To use a setting other than the default one, perform the steps indicated in Figure 7.
1. Enter Program mode by
presenting the Installer
Remote Programmer.
Figure 7
2. Enter Egress option.
3. Normal operation of the
NS1 is resumed.
Setting Egress Option
6. Set NS1 from Installer level to User level.
To prevent tamper alarms, make sure the NS1 cover is in place. If for any reason you
need to go back to the installer level, just present the Installer Remote Programmer in
the RF field of the NS1 and enter 0*1*.
To set the User level, perform the steps indicated in Figure 8.
1. Enter Program mode by
presenting the Installer
Remote Programmer.
Figure 8
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2. Press 0*0*.
3. The NS1 goes to User
Sleep mode. Switch the
power OFF.
Set User Level
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SECURITY
For safety precautions the user is strongly advised to keep records of the functions and ID numbers of all
tags and the name of the users. In case of loss, the specific tags can be voided from memory by entering
the specific number using the Remote Programmer.
Privacy
The NS1 is provided with a ‘Protect mode’ by which any (Remote) programming attempt will be blocked,
except the user programmer.
Forced Entry
If a forced entry situation occurs, a continuous alarm will sound. If required, a burglar alarm can be
triggered. This option will only activate when a door contact is connected, and the Close Time-out is not
set to zero. The alarm can be deactivated by repeating the programming procedure for setting the Close
Time-out to zero. The NS1 also has an anti-tamper switch and alarm.
Tamper Protection
The NS1 is equipped with an anti-tamper switch and alarm. And because it is both compact and it employs
RF technology, it can be mounted behind any material except metal, with a maximum thickness of 5 cm
(2”) for additional tamper protection.
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Honeywell Access Systems
135 West Forest Hill Avenue
Oak Creek, WI 53154
PH: 414-766-1700 FAX: 414-766-1798
www.nciaccessworld.com
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