GV-AS/EV Controller

GV-AS/EV Controller
GV-AS/EV Controller
User’s Manual
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AS100.110.120.210.400.410.810-EV48-C
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GeoVision, Inc.
9F, No. 246, Sec. 1, Neihu Rd.,
Neihu District, Taipei, Taiwan
Tel: +886-2-8797-8377
Fax: +886-2-8797-8335
http://www.geovision.com.tw
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series products are trademarks of GeoVision, Inc. Windows and Windows XP
are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
May 2014
Contents
Important Notes for Maintaining Power Supply................................................... vii
Welcome................................................................................................................... ix
Elevator Control........................................................................................................ x
Optional Devices ..................................................................................................... xi
Installation Considerations................................................................................... xiii
Firmware and Software Compatibility ..................................................................xiv
1. GV-AS100 Controller ............................................................................................ 1
1.1 Introduction .............................................................................................................. 2
1.1.1 Main Features ............................................................................................... 4
1.1.2 Packing List................................................................................................... 4
1.1.3 GV-AS100 Board Layout............................................................................... 5
1.2 Installation................................................................................................................ 6
1.2.1 Connecting a Wiegand Reader ..................................................................... 7
1.2.2 Connecting Input Devices ............................................................................. 7
1.2.3 Connecting Output Devices........................................................................... 8
1.2.4 Connecting the PC ........................................................................................ 9
1.2.4.A RS-485 Connection ............................................................................... 9
1.2.4.B Network Connection .............................................................................10
1.2.4.C Switches...............................................................................................10
1.2.5 Connecting the Power ..................................................................................11
1.2.6 Fitting the Battery .........................................................................................11
1.3 Programming Mode.................................................................................................12
1.3.1 Quick Reference of Programming Table ......................................................14
1.3.2 Accessing the Card Manager .......................................................................15
1.3.2.A Adding a Card.......................................................................................15
1.3.2.B Deleting a Card.....................................................................................15
1.3.2.C Resetting the APB Function..................................................................16
1.3.3 Accessing the Security Mode .......................................................................16
1.3.3.A Enabling the Security Mode ..................................................................16
1.3.3.B Disabling the Security Mode .................................................................16
1.3.4 Setting Parameters ......................................................................................17
1.3.5 Displaying System Information .....................................................................19
1.3.6 Restoring Factory Defaults...........................................................................20
1.4 Web-Based Configurations .....................................................................................21
1.5 GV-AS100 Specifications ........................................................................................22
2. GV-AS110 Controller .......................................................................................... 23
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2.1 Introduction .............................................................................................................24
2.1.1 Main Features ..............................................................................................26
2.1.2 Packing List..................................................................................................26
2.2 Installation...............................................................................................................27
2.2.1 Connecting a Wiegand Reader ....................................................................28
2.2.2 Connecting Input Devices ............................................................................28
2.2.3 Connecting Output Devices..........................................................................29
2.2.4 Connecting to the PC ...................................................................................30
2.2.4.A RS-485 Connection ..............................................................................30
2.2.4.B Network Connection .............................................................................31
2.2.5 Connecting the Power ..................................................................................31
2.3 Programming Mode.................................................................................................32
2.3.1 Adding and Deleting Cards ..........................................................................32
2.3.1.A Adding a Card.......................................................................................33
2.3.1.B Deleting a Card.....................................................................................33
2.3.2 Programming the GV-AS110........................................................................34
2.4 LED Status and Beeper ..........................................................................................37
2.5 Web-Based Configurations .....................................................................................39
2.6 GV-AS110 Specifications ........................................................................................40
3. GV-AS120 Controller .......................................................................................... 41
3.1 Introduction .............................................................................................................42
3.1.1 Main Features ..............................................................................................44
3.1.2 Packing List..................................................................................................44
3.2 Installation...............................................................................................................45
3.2.1 Connecting a Wiegand Reader ....................................................................46
3.2.2 Connecting Input Devices ............................................................................46
3.2.3 Connecting Output Devices..........................................................................47
3.2.4 Connecting to the PC ...................................................................................48
3.2.4.A RS-485 Connection ..............................................................................48
3.2.4.B Network Connection .............................................................................50
3.2.5 Connecting the Power ..................................................................................50
3.3 Programming Mode.................................................................................................51
3.3.1 Adding and Deleting Cards ..........................................................................51
3.3.1.A Adding a Card.......................................................................................52
3.3.1.B Deleting a Card.....................................................................................52
3.4 LED Status and Beeper ..........................................................................................53
3.5 Web-Based Configurations .....................................................................................54
3.6 GV-AS120 Specifications ........................................................................................55
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4. GV-AS210 Controller .......................................................................................... 56
4.1 Introduction .............................................................................................................57
4.1.1 Main Features ..............................................................................................57
4.1.2 Packing List..................................................................................................57
4.2 Installation...............................................................................................................59
4.2.1 Connecting Card Readers............................................................................59
4.2.1.A Wiegand Readers.................................................................................59
4.2.1.B RS-485 Readers...................................................................................60
4.2.2 Connecting Input Devices ............................................................................61
4.2.3 Connecting Output Devices..........................................................................62
4.2.4 Connecting Backup Battery..........................................................................63
4.2.5 Connecting the Power ..................................................................................63
4.2.6 Connecting the PC .......................................................................................64
4.3 Other Settings .........................................................................................................65
4.3.1 Web Setting Switch ......................................................................................65
4.3.2 Resetting the GV-AS210 ..............................................................................65
4.3.3 Restoring Factory Defaults...........................................................................66
4.4 The Web Interface...................................................................................................67
4.5 GV-AS210 Specifications ........................................................................................68
5. GV-AS400 Controller .......................................................................................... 69
5.1 Introduction .............................................................................................................70
5.1.1 Main Features ..............................................................................................70
5.1.2 Packing List..................................................................................................70
5.2 Installation...............................................................................................................72
5.2.1 Connecting Card Readers............................................................................72
5.2.1.A Wiegand Readers.................................................................................73
5.2.1.B RS-485 Readers...................................................................................74
5.2.2 Connecting Input Devices ............................................................................75
5.2.3 Connecting Output Devices..........................................................................76
5.2.3.A Outputs 1 ~ 8........................................................................................76
5.2.3.B Outputs 9 ~ 16......................................................................................77
5.2.4 Connecting the Power ..................................................................................79
5.2.5 Connecting the PC .......................................................................................80
5.2.6 Connecting the External I/O Box ..................................................................81
5.2.7 Fitting the Battery .........................................................................................82
5.3 Other Settings .........................................................................................................83
5.3.1 Web Setting Switch ......................................................................................83
5.3.2 Resetting the GV-AS400 ..............................................................................83
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5.3.3 Restoring Factory Defaults...........................................................................84
5.4 The Web Interface...................................................................................................85
5.5 Optional GV-ASKeypad ..........................................................................................86
5.5.1 Installation....................................................................................................86
5.5.2 Operation .....................................................................................................87
5.5.2.A Setting Parameters...............................................................................87
5.5.2.B Displaying System Information .............................................................88
5.6 GV-AS Power Board ...............................................................................................89
5.6.1 Main Features ..............................................................................................89
5.6.2 Connecting Output Devices..........................................................................90
5.6.3 Connecting the Power ..................................................................................91
5.6.4 Connecting Backup Battery..........................................................................92
5.7 GV-AS400 Specifications ........................................................................................93
6. GV-AS410 / 810 Controller ................................................................................. 94
6.1 Introduction .............................................................................................................95
6.1.1 Main Features ..............................................................................................95
6.1.2 Packing List..................................................................................................95
6.2 Installation...............................................................................................................97
6.2.1 Connecting Card Readers............................................................................97
6.2.1.A Wiegand Readers.................................................................................97
6.2.1.B RS-485 Readers...................................................................................98
6.2.2 Connecting Input Devices ............................................................................99
6.2.3 Connecting Output Devices........................................................................100
6.2.4 Connecting Backup Battery........................................................................101
6.2.5 Connecting the Power ................................................................................101
6.2.6 Connecting the PC .....................................................................................102
6.3 Other Settings .......................................................................................................103
6.3.1 Web Setting Switch ....................................................................................103
6.3.2 Resetting the GV-AS410 / 810 ...................................................................103
6.3.3 Restoring Factory Defaults.........................................................................104
6.4 The Web Interface.................................................................................................105
6.5 GV-AS410 / 810 Specifications .............................................................................106
7. GV-EV48 Controller .......................................................................................... 107
7.1 Introduction ...........................................................................................................108
7.1.1 Main Features ............................................................................................108
7.1.2 Packing List................................................................................................108
7.2 Installation.............................................................................................................110
7.2.1 Connecting RS-485 Card Readers.............................................................110
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7.2.2 Connecting Output Relay ...........................................................................111
7.2.3 Connecting Backup Battery........................................................................112
7.2.4 Connecting the Power ................................................................................112
7.2.5 Connecting the PC .....................................................................................113
7.3 Other Settings .......................................................................................................114
7.3.1 Web Setting Switch ....................................................................................114
7.3.2 Resetting the GV-EV48 ..............................................................................114
7.3.3 Restoring Factory Defaults.........................................................................115
7.4 The Web Interface.................................................................................................116
7.5 GV-EV48 Specifications.......................................................................................117
8. Installing on a Network .................................................................................... 118
8.1 Fixed IP Connection..............................................................................................120
8.2 DHCP Connection.................................................................................................122
8.2.1 Connection over LAN .................................................................................122
8.2.2 Connection over Internet ............................................................................125
9. The Web Interface............................................................................................. 128
9.1 Basic Settings .......................................................................................................130
9.1.1 System Setup.............................................................................................130
9.1.2 Upgrading Firmware...................................................................................132
9.1.3 Changing Login ID and Password ..............................................................134
9.2 Advanced Settings ................................................................................................135
9.2.1 Function Setting .........................................................................................136
9.2.2 Parameter Setting ......................................................................................138
9.2.2.A GV-AS210 / 400 / 410 / 810................................................................138
9.2.2.B GV-EV48 ............................................................................................142
9.2.3 Time Setting...............................................................................................144
9.2.4 Input Setting...............................................................................................146
9.2.5 Output Setting ............................................................................................148
9.2.5.A Output Function Settings ....................................................................150
9.2.5.B Output Condition Settings...................................................................152
9.2.6 Wiegand Function ......................................................................................153
9.2.7 Urgent Card ...............................................................................................154
9.3 Extended Device...................................................................................................155
9.3.1 Extended Reader .......................................................................................155
9.3.2 Extended I/O ..............................................................................................158
10. Optional Devices ............................................................................................ 159
10.1 Optional GV-ASBox ............................................................................................160
10.1.1 Main Features ..........................................................................................160
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10.1.2 Packing List..............................................................................................160
10.1.3 GV-ASBox Board Layout..........................................................................161
10.1.4 Installation................................................................................................162
10.1.4.A Connecting GV-AS100 / 110 / 120....................................................162
10.1.4.B Connecting a Wiegand Reader .........................................................163
10.1.4.C Connecting GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers ...............164
10.1.4.D Connecting Input Devices.................................................................165
10.1.4.E Connecting Output Devices ..............................................................166
10.1.4.F Connecting Backup Battery...............................................................168
10.1.4.G Other Settings ..................................................................................169
10.1.4.G.a Web Setting Switch .................................................................169
10.1.4.G.b Resetting the GV-ASBox.........................................................169
10.1.4.G.c Restoring Factory Defaults ......................................................169
10.1.5 GV-ASBox Specifications.........................................................................170
10.2 Optional GV-ASNet .............................................................................................171
10.2.1 Main Features ..........................................................................................171
10.2.2 Packing List..............................................................................................171
10.2.3 GV-ASNet Overview ................................................................................172
10.2.4 Installation................................................................................................173
10.2.4.A Connecting GV-AS100 / 110 / 120....................................................173
10.2.4.B Connecting GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers................174
10.2.4.C Connecting Backup Battery ..............................................................175
10.2.4.D Other Settings ..................................................................................176
10.2.4.D.a Web Setting Switch .................................................................176
10.2.4.D.b Restoring Factory Defaults ......................................................176
10.2.4.D.c Power Status LED ...................................................................176
10.2.5 GV-ASNet Specifications .........................................................................177
10.3 Web Interface through Optional Devices .............................................................178
10.3.1 Basic Setting ............................................................................................178
10.3.2 Advanced Settings ...................................................................................179
10.3.2.A Function Setting................................................................................180
10.3.2.B Parameter Setting.............................................................................183
10.3.2.C Status Monitor ..................................................................................187
10.3.2.D Card Information...............................................................................188
10.3.2.E Time Setting .....................................................................................189
10.3.2.F In/Out Function .................................................................................190
10.3.2.G Extended Reader .............................................................................197
11. Troubleshooting ............................................................................................ 199
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Important Notes for Maintaining Power Supply
To make sure GV-AS / EV Controllers can function properly during a power outage, be sure
to replace the internal battery on the controllers when needed. For GV-AS210 / 400 / 410 /
810, it is also recommended to install a backup battery.
Refer to the following sections for instructions on how to install a backup battery:
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GV-AS210: See 4.2.4 Connecting Backup Battery
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GV-AS400: See 5.6.4 Connecting Backup Battery
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GV-AS410 / 810: See 6.2.4 Connecting Backup Battery
Replacing the Internal Battery
The table below lists the types of internal batteries used by different GV-AS / EV Controllers.
Type of Battery Used
GV-AS / EV Controllers
Mercury Battery
GV-AS100 / AS400
Lithium Battery
GV-AS110 / AS120 / AS210 / AS410 / AS810 / EV48
Mercury Battery (GV-AS100 / AS400)
For GV-AS100 / AS400, you can replace the battery on your own when you see low battery
messages and icons in GV-ASManager.
Note: Make sure the plastic insulation film under the battery is removed when using GVAS100 / 400 for the first time. The low battery messages and icons will appear if the plastic
film is not removed.
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Lithium Battery (GV-AS110 / AS120 / AS210 / AS410 / AS810 / EV48)
When the controller runs out of battery, the local time on the controller will be reverted back
to 1999/12/31. The controller time can be found on the Web interface of the controller on the
Time Setting page and in the Access Monitor / Alarm Monitor / Event Monitor of GVASManager.
When you see the controller year shown as 1999 or 2000, disconnect the controller from
power and reconnect it to power. If the year is still shown as 1999 or 2000, the controller
battery needs to be replaced. When this occurs, please contact your sales representative
and send the controller back to GeoVision for battery replacement.
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Welcome
This user manual includes the following types of GV-AS / GV-EV Controllers:
GV-AS Controllers
Doors Supported
One-Way Control
Two-Way Control
Page
Number
GV-AS100
1
1
See p. 1
GV-AS110
1
1
See p. 23
GV-AS120
1
1
See p. 41
4
2 (Wiegand)
4 (Wiegand + RS-485 / Network)
See p. 56
GV-AS400
4
4
See p. 69
GV-AS410
4
4
See p. 94
8
4 (Wiegand),
8 (Wiegand + RS-485 / Network)
See p. 94
Floors Supported
Readers Supported
Page
Number
2 (RS-485 or Network)
See p.107
GV-AS210
GV-AS810
GV-EV Controllers
GV-EV48-24 Floors
24
GV-EV48-48 Floors
48
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Elevator Control
GV-AS / GV-EV Controllers provide two types of elevator control.
For GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 / 210 / 400 / 410 / 810, the GV-AS Controller can control access
to the elevator call buttons. Users who present the correct identification card to the elevator
reader will be able to use the elevator and can go any floors. The output relays are
connected to the call button of the elevator.
For GV-EV48, a controller especially designed for elevator control, access can be granted to
specific floors. You can configure each identification card to specify the floors it can access.
In this type of elevator control, each output relay is connected to the button of corresponding
floor in the elevator control panel.
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Optional Devices
Optional devices can expand the capabilities and versatilities of your GV-AS / GV-EV
Controllers. Consult your sales representative for more information.
GV-ASKeypad
GV-ASKeypad with LCD display is a hot-swapping device, giving you
convenience to configure GV-AS400.
GV-Reader
1251
GV-Reader 1251 is a card reader that uses a 125 kHz frequency. It has
both Wiegand and RS-485 outputs that can be connected to any standard
access control panel.
GV-Reader
1352 V2
GV-Reader 1352 V2 is a card reader that uses a 13.56 MHz frequency. It
has both Wiegand and RS-485 outputs that can be connected to any
standard access control panel.
GV-RK1352
GV-RK1352 is a card reader with keypad that uses a 13.56 MHz
frequency. The reader has both Wiegand and RS-485 outputs that can be
connected to any standard access control panel.
GV-R1352
GV-R1352 is a card reader that uses a 13.56 MHz frequency. The reader
has both Wiegand and RS-485 outputs that can be connected to any
standard access control panel.
GV-GF
Fingerprint
Reader
The reader supports three operation modes: Fingerprint Only, Fingerprint +
Card and Card Only. In Fingerprint Only mode, the fingerprints are enrolled
through GV-ASManager. In Fingerprint + Card mode, the fingerprint
templates are stored on the user card. In Card Only mode, the users only
need to swipe the card to be granted access. Readers with optical and
capacitance sensors are available.
GV-CR420
GV-CR420 is a card reader with a built-in 4MP wide angle IP camera. The
card reader recognizes identification cards and transmits live view through
network connection.
GV-DFR1352
The GV-DFR1352 is a card reader designed to be installed on the door
frame for recognizing identification cards. Featured with the Wiegand and
RS-485 outputs, the unit can be connected to any standard access control
panel.
GV-ASBox
Only works with GV-AS100 / 110 / 120. The device can add Network
function, 1 Wiegand interface, 8 additional inputs and outputs to GVAS100, GV-AS110 and GV-AS120.
GV-ASNet
Only works with GV-AS100 / 110 / 120. This device can add Network
function to GV-AS100, GV-AS110 and GV-AS120.
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GV-Hub
Only works with GV-AS100 / 110 / 120. GV-Hub can convert the standard
RS-232 signal of up to 4 controllers to RS-485, allowing the controllers to
connect to computers.
GV-COM
Only works with GV-AS100 / 110 / 120. GV-COM can convert the
standard RS-232 signal of one controller to RS-485, allowing the controller
to connect to a computer.
GV-Net / IO
Card
Only works with GV-AS100 / 110 / 120. GV-Net / IO Card can convert the
standard RS-232 signal of one controller to RS-485, allowing the controller
to connect to a computer.
GV-IO Box
Only works with GV-AS400. Includes the options of 4, 8 and 16 ports.
Can expand GV-AS400’s capability to up to 64 inputs and 64 outputs.
Cabinet
Only available for GV-AS400 / 410 / 810 and GV-EV48. With the cabinet,
GV-AS / GV-EV Controllers can be mounted directly to a wall or recessed
into the wall. Two types of cabinet dimensions are available (W x H x D):
•
383.5 x 443.5 x 112.2 mm / 15.1 x 17.5 x 4.4 in
•
300 x 420 x 86 mm / 11.8 x 16.5 x 3.4 in
Push Button
Switch
The push button switch can be integrated with access control system,
allowing door exit by momentarily activating or deactivating the electric
locking device. Both American standard and European standard push
buttons are available.
GV-IB25 / 65 /
85 Infrared
Button
The GV-IB25 / 65 / 85 Infrared Button detects infrared movement within 3
to 12 cm and allows you to open the door with a wave of hand.
Electric Lock
Three types of electric locks are available: electromagnetic lock, electric
bolt and electric strike.
GV-AS ID Card
& GV-AS ID
Tag
GV-AS ID Cards and GV-AS ID Tags are ideal for business and residential
environment, where access control is important for security reasons. 125
kHz and 13.56 MHz cards and tags are available.
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Installation Considerations
1. There are distance limitations for Wiegand and RS-485 communications. Please note:
•
Wiegand interface: 30 meters (98.43 feet)
•
RS-485 interface: 600 meters (1968.50 feet)
Recommended RS-485 cable: standard 485 cable (a twisted pair of 24 AWG wires)
2. GV-ASManager software is used to manage GV-AS / GV-EV Controllers. There is a limit
for the number of controllers connected to GV-ASManager based on communication modes.
•
Through network connection, up to 255 GV-AS / GV-EV Controllers can connect to
GV-ASManager.
•
Through RS-485 connection, up to 16 GV-AS100 / GV-AS110 / GV-AS120 Controllers
can connect to the same COM port on a computer running GV-ASManager.
Note: For GV-AS100 and GV-AS400, it is highly recommended to replace the 3V lithium
battery included on the circuit board.
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Firmware and Software Compatibility
The GV-AS / GV-EV Controllers firmware versions compatible with GV-ASManager V4.0 V4.2.1 are listed below.
GV-ASManager
Models
V4.0
V4.1
V4.2
V4.2.1
GV-AS100
V1.06
V1.08
GV-AS110 / 120
V1.06
V1.07
GV-AS400
V1.04
V1.06
GV-AS410
GV-AS210 / 810
GV-EV48
GV-ASBox / GV-ASNet
(Optional devices)
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V1.1
V1.2
V1.22
V1.1 or earlier
V1.2
V1.22
V1.1
V1.11
N/A
V1.0
V1.06
V1.07
1. GV-AS100 Controller
1.1 Introduction
Working as a standalone solution, GV-AS100 is a card reader with a LCD display and also a
single door controller. It is possible to add one more card reader to GV-AS100 for entry and
exit applications. GV-AS100 has the capability to store up to one thousand cards. When GVAS100 is being used as a standalone unit, the programming is either done on the keypad or
from the software GV-ASManager through the RS-485 connection.
GV-AS100 is suitable not only for any normal door control but also for parking gate and
elevator control.
Figure 1-1
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GV-AS100 Controller
GV-AS100 can make network connection to GV-ASManager using the optional GV-ASBox
or GV-ASNet. With GV-ASBox, two-door control is also possible as illustrated below.
Figure 1-2 Through GV-ASBox
Figure 1-3 Through GV-ASNet
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1.1.1 Main Features
•
1,000 / 40,000 cards (standalone / networked or RS-485 mode)
•
Easy programming from keypad
•
Anti-Passback (APB) support
•
Built-in 3 digital inputs and 2 relay outputs
•
1 Wiegand output (26 ~ 64 bits) for extra reader programming
•
1 door (one-way and two-way control), expandable to 2 doors with optional GV-ASBox
•
Built-in tampering alarm
1.1.2 Packing List
•
GV-AS100
•
Power Adaptor 12V DC / 1A
•
Power Cord
•
Screw x 3
•
Screw Anchor x 2
•
Master Card
•
GV-ASManager Software DVD
4
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GV-AS100 Controller
1.1.3 GV-AS100 Board Layout
Figure 1-4
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1.2 Installation
Please open GV-AS100 cabinet and wire the necessary connections to the terminal block as
illustrated below.
Figure 1-5
Pin
Function
Pin
Function
Pin
Function
1
12V Power
9
12V Power Supply
17
Door COM
2
GND
10
GND
18
Door NC
3
RS-485 A+ for ASBox /
ASNet or PC connection
11
Sensor IN1
19
Door NO
4
RS-485 A-for ASBox /
ASNet or PC connection
12
Button IN2
5
RS-485 B+ for GVReader connection
13
Fire IN3
6
RS-485 B- for GVReader connection
14
IN COM
7
Wiegand Data 0
15
Alarm COM
8
Wiegand Data 1
16
Alarm NO
6
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GV-AS100 Controller
1.2.1 Connecting a Wiegand Reader
GV-AS100 provides one Wiegand input for connection of the Wiegand reader ranging from
26 to 64 bits. Through the GV-AS100 keypad, you can set the Wiegand reader as the entry
or exit reader. To define the reader, see the AS100 Function option in 1.3.4 Setting
Parameters.
The table below shows the pin assignments of the Wiegand input on GV-AS100. Please
consult the documentation of your Wiegand reader for wiring.
Pin Function
7
Wiegand Data 0
8
Wiegand Data 1
9
12V Power Supply
10
GND
1.2.2 Connecting Input Devices
GV-AS100 supports 3 types of inputs:
1. Sensor inputs, e.g. door status sensor
2. Button inputs, e.g. door opener
3. Fire Sensor inputs, e.g. fire detector
All inputs are dry contact and can be configured as normally open (NO) or normally closed
(NC) through the GV-AS100 keypad. The default value is NO. To change the input status,
see the Set Contact Type option in 1.3.4 Setting Parameters.
The table below shows the pin assignments of input connectors on GV-AS100.
Pin Function
11
Sensor IN1
12
Button IN2
13
Fire Sensor IN3
14
IN COM
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1.2.3 Connecting Output Devices
GV-AS100 supports 2 types of outputs:
1. Alarm outputs, e.g. siren or bell
2. Door outputs, e.g. electronic lock
The table below shows the pin assignments of output connectors on GV-AS100.
Pin Function
15
Alarm COM
16
Alarm NO
17
Door COM
18
Door NC
19
Door NO
Check if your output device meets the following absolute maximum ratings before
connecting it to the Door outputs.
Breakdown Voltage
240V AC, 30V DC
Continuous Load Current
5A (NO), 3A (NC)
Note: Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which damage to GVAS100 circuit board may occur. Continuous operation of GV-AS100 at the absolute
rating level may affect GV-AS100 reliability.
To connect an output device:
The example below illustrates the connection of a locking device to GV-AS100. Connect the
(+) point on the locking device to the Door COM on GV-AS100, connect the two (-) points of
the locking device and the external power supply together, and connect the (+) point on the
external power supply to the Door NO or Door NC on GV-AS100 based on the state of the
locking device.
Figure 1-6
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1.2.4 Connecting the PC
The computer running GV-ASManager software can be used to monitor the access
information and alarm messages from GV-AS100. The communication link between the
computer and GV-AS100 can be either through RS-485 or network. For network connection,
an optional GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet is required.
IMPORTANT: To enable connecting to PC, Switch 1 must be turned on. See 1.2.4.C
Switches.
1.2.4.A RS-485 Connection
The figure below illustrates the RS-485 connection to the computer. For this connection, a
RS-485 to RS-232 converter between GV-AS100 and the computer is required. You can use
GV accessories, such as GV-Hub, GV-COM and GV-NET/IO Card, as the RS-485/RS-232
converter.
Figure 1-7
The table shows the pin assignments of related RS-485 connectors on GV-AS100.
Pin Function
3
RS-485 A+
4
RS-485 A-
Note: When connecting multiple GV-AS100 through RS-485 connection, you can use the
keypad on GV-AS100 to program every unit’s ID. See 1.3.4 Setting Parameters.
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1.2.4.B Network Connection
The figure below illustrates the network connection to the computer. For this connection, the
optional product GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet is required.
Figure 1-8
Connect two power wires and two RS-485 wires from GV-ASBox/GV-ASNet to GV-AS100.
The table below shows the pin assignments of related connectors on GV-AS100.
Pin Function
Pin Function
1
Power In 12V
3
RS-485 A+
2
GND
4
RS-485 A-
Also see 9.1.4.A Connecting GV-AS100 / 110 / 120.
1.2.4.C Switches
Switch 1: When Switch 1 is ON, GV-AS100 can connect to GV-ASManager, GV-ASBox or
GV-ASNet. When Switch 1 is OFF, the connection is unavailable. By default Switch 1 is set
to ON.
Switch 2: When the RS-485 connection between GV-AS100 and computer is longer than
600 meters (1968.50 feet), the RS-485 signal may become weak. In this case, turn Switch 2
ON to have a 120-Ohm resistor.
Figure 1-9
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1.2.5 Connecting the Power
The supplied power adaptor can be connected to any power source supplying from 100 to
240V. Using the supplied power cord and adaptor, connect GV-AS100 to the power.
Note: Power should only be applied to the unit when all connections are completed and
tested.
1.2.6 Fitting the Battery
GV-AS100 includes a 3V lithium battery, providing power to GV-AS100 settings and realtime clock circuitry. When the power in the battery becomes low, the message “Low Battery”
will appear on GV-AS100 LCD. In this case, please replace the battery. All settings on GVAS100 will disappear about 10 hours after the battery stops working, and GV-AS100 will be
restored to default settings.
Battery
Door
19 NO
Door
18 NC
Door
17 COM
Alarm
16 NO
Alarm
15 COM
14 IN
COM
13 IN3
Fire
12 IN2
Button
11 IN1
Sensor
Figure 1-10
Note:
1.
Make sure the plastic insulation film under the battery is removed.
2.
It is recommended to replace the battery annually.
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1.3 Programming Mode
After powering on GV-AS100, you must create a Master Card first. It is required to present
the Master Card and enter its PIN code every time before programming GV-AS100.
Note: The card complying with ISO 14443A standard for smart card technology can be
formatted as a Master Card. Only one Master Card can be created.
To create a Master Card:
1. Power on the unit. The LCD displays Enter Master Card.
2. Present a card to be the Master Card. The LCD displays Master PIN Code: 1234.
3. Keep the default PIN code as 1234, and press #. The LCD displays Succeed.
Alternatively, you can press any four digits on the keypad to change the default value.
The double confirmation of the new PIN code is required. After this, the LCD should
display the message of success.
After the Master Card is created, GV-AS100 will run a self test and display the message
“Master Memory Test”. After it is finished, you can see the message of GV-AS100 online or
offline followed by a date and time. Then you can start programming GV-AS100.
The table below shows the codes to start various programming and display system
information.
Code
Function
*227 (*CAR)
Accesses the Card Manager function.
*276 (*ARM)
Accesses Security Mode.
*347 (*DIS)
Displays system information.
*738 (*SET)
Accesses parameter settings.
*737 (*RES)
Restores GV-AS100 to factory defaults.
*837 (*TES)
Tests numeral keys to see if they can be displayed properly.
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Before programming GV-AS100, you also need to know the following keys.
Key
Function
*
Used to cancel the selection, or go back to the previous page.
#
Used to save the data that was modified or programmed in the
system and quit.
0
Used to go to the next page.
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1.3.1 Quick Reference of Programming Table
Card Manger
Add New Card
Del Card Data
Reset Card’s APB
Display System
Door’s Auth Mode
Door’s Event
ASBox Comm. State
Memory’s State
ID & IP Address
Display Version
Set Parameter
Set Local Time
Set AS100 ID
Set Auth. Mode
1) N, 2) A, 3) B, 4) S
Auth. Schedule
Fixed Card Mode
Fixed Card + PIN
Fixed Card Common
Local Unlock Mode
Local Lock Mode
AS100 Function
GV-ASBox
Control Type
Master PIN Change
Local Rest Time
Set Held Open Time
Set Alarm Event
Held Open Alarm
Force Open Alarm
Fire Alarm
Tamper Alarm
Access Denied
Set Fire Action
Unlock Door/Gate
Lock Door/Gate
Unchanged
Set Contact Type
Door/Car Sensor
Door/Gate Button
Fire Sensor
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Door Entry Type
Door Exit Type
Parking Entry Type
Parking Exit Type
Elevator Control
Anti-Passback
Anti-Passback
Anti-Passback
Anti-Passback
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1.3.2 Accessing the Card Manager
The Card Manager option is used to add cards, delete cards and reset the card’s APB
function.
Note:
1. GV-ASManager cannot manage the cards enrolled on GV-AS100, since the card data will
not be transmitted to GV-ASManager.
2. The cards added through GV-ASManager cannot be deleted on GV-AS100.
1.3.2.A Adding a Card
Up to 1,000 cards can be enrolled on GV-AS100 directly without needing additional software.
When working with GV-ASManager software, GV-AS100 can support up to 40,000 cards.
1. Press the code *227 (*CAR).
2. Present the Master Card and enter its PIN code. The LCD displays Add New Card.
3. Press #. The LCD displays Enter New Card.
4. To add a card, you can either press the card number or present the card to the unit. The
LCD displays the card number and these options: 1)N 2)A 3)B 4)S.
N stands for a normal card; A stands for a two-person A card; B stands for a two-person
B card; S stands for a security card.
5. Select a card type, and enter and confirm a PIN code for the new card.
The LCD displays Store New Card, 1. Yes? 2. No?.
6. Press 1 to save and exit.
1.3.2.B Deleting a Card
1. Press the code *227 (*CAR).
2. Present the Master Card and enter its PIN code. The LCD displays Add New Card.
3. Press 0. The LCD displays Del Card Data.
4. Press #. The LCD displays Enter Del Card.
5. You can either press the card number or present the card to the unit.
The LCD displays: Delete, 1. Yes? 2. No?.
6. Press 1 to save and exit.
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1.3.2.C Resetting the APB Function
You can reset the anti-passback (APB) function of a card to allow a user to re-access the
entry or exit reader.
1. Press the code *227 (*CAR).
2. Present the Master Card and enter its PIN code. The LCD displays Add New Card.
3. Press 0 several times. The LCD displays Reset Card’s APB.
4. Press #. The LCD displays Enter Card.
5. You can either press the card number or present the card to the unit.
The LCD displays: Reset, 1. Yes? 2. No?.
6. Press 1 to save and exit.
1.3.3 Accessing the Security Mode
The security mode is used to arm GV-AS100. In the arm mode, no cards can be granted
access and no one can program the unit. Only the security card that is associated with a PIN
code can be used to disarm the unit.
1.3.3.A Enabling the Security Mode
Before you can access the security mode, you need to create a security card first.
1. To create a security card, follow the steps 1 to 4 in 1.3.2.A Adding a Card, select 4)S as
card type and create a PIN code for the security card.
2. To access security mode, press the code *276 (*ARM).
The LCD displays Start Arm? Enter PIN Code.
3. Press the PIN code of the security card.
The LCD displays Start Arm? Enter Security Card.
4. Present the security card. The security mode is enabled.
1.3.3.B Disabling the Security Mode
To disable the security mode, press any key, enter the PIN code of the security card and
present the security card.
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1.3.4 Setting Parameters
You can define the parameters of some features on GV-AS100.
IMPORTANT: Once connecting to GV-AS100, GV-ASManager will load its parameters to
GV-AS100. That means some of the parameters you set up here may be overwritten by GVASManager later.
1. Press the code *738 (*SET).
2. Present the Master Card and enter its PIN code. The LCD displays Set Local Time.
3. Press 0 to change the options. Press # to select the option for further programming.
Option
Function
Set Local Time
Sets the time, time zone and enables daylight saving.
Set AS100 ID
Sets the ID of GV-A100 from 1 to 255.
Set Auth. Mode
Sets an authentication mode for the door/gate.
„
Auth. Schedule: Follows the authentication schedule set on
GV-ASManager.
„
Fixed Card Mode: Grants access after the card is presented.
Ignores the authentication schedule of GV-ASManager.
„
Fixed Card + PIN: Grants access after the user presents the
card and then enters the card’s PIN code. Ignores the
authentication schedule of GV-ASManager.
„
Fixed Card/Common: Grants access after the user presents
the card or enters the door’s password. Enter the door’s
password after the LCD displays Common Password. Ignores
the authentication schedule of GV-ASManager.
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Local Unlock Mode: Remains open. The held-open state
cannot be cleared through GV-ASManager.
„
Local Lock Mode: Remains locked. The locked state cannot
be cleared through GV-ASManager.
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GV-ASBox: Enables or disables the connection to GV-ASBox /
GV-ASNet.
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Control Type:
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Door Entry Type: Sets GV-AS100 as entry reader of a
door. The Wiegand reader connected will be set as exit
reader.

Door Exit Type: Sets GV-AS100 as exit reader of a door.
The Wiegand reader connected will be set as entry reader.

Parking Entry Type: Sets GV-AS100 as entry reader of a
parking gate.

Parking Exit Type: Sets GV-AS100 as exit reader of a
parking gate.

Elevator Type: GV-AS100 reader is installed in the
elevator for access control.
Anti-Passback: Enables or disables the Anti-Passback
function.
Master PIN Change
Changes the PIN code of the Master Card.
Local Rest Time
Sets the time (1 to 255 sec.) that a door/gate remains open after
which the door will automatically be locked.
Set Held Open
Time
Sets the time (5 to 9999 sec.) that a door/gate can be held open
before an alarm is generated.
Set Alarm Event
Enables or disables the alarm settings.
Set Fire Action
Locks or unlocks the door/gate, or remains the current state when a
fire condition occurs.
Set Contact Type
Sets the inputs to be normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC).
Note: The Parking Entry Type and Parking Exit Type only work when the sensor input of
Car Detection is activated. When the card is present but the sensor inputs are not activated,
the message “No Car In Zone” will appear in the GV-AS100’s LCD.
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1.3.5 Displaying System Information
To display system information, press the code *347 (*DIS).
Option
Function
Door’s Auth. Mode
Displays the authentication mode of the door.
Door’s Event
Displays what kind of event happened at the door.
ASBox Comm. State
Displays the connection status with GV-ASBox / GV-ASNet.
Memory’s State
„
User Disenable: The connection to GV-ASBox / GV-ASNet
is not enabled.
„
Comm. Fail: The connection to GV-ASBox / GV-ASNet
failed.
„
Comm. Normal: The connection to GV-ASBox / GV-ASNet
succeeded.
Displays the memory usage of GV-AS100.
„
Capacity: Displays the total number of events that can be
recorded on GV-AS100. The maximum number is 65536.
GV-AS100 will overwrite the oldest events when the limit is
reached. When GV-AS100 is connected to GV-ASManager,
the event data will be uploaded to the server and the buffer
of GV-AS100 will be cleared.
„
Stored: Displays the number of events that has been
recorded.
ID & IP Address
Displays the ID and IP address of GV-AS100.
Display Version
Displays the firmware version of GV-AS100.
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1.3.6 Restoring Factory Defaults
The restore function is used to clear all configured options and cards from GV-AS100
memory and bring back the unit to factory defaults.
IMPORTANT: Restoring default settings will delete all cards enrolled on GV-AS100.
1. Press the code *737 (*RES).
2. Present the Master Card and enter PIN Code.
The LCD displays Default Setting 1. Yes? 2. No?.
3. Press 1. The LCD displays Default Setting Memory Test…
4. When the unit returns to factory defaults, the LCD displays Enter Master Card.
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1.4 Web-Based Configurations
Through GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet, GV-AS100 can communicate with GV-ASManager over
the network. Using GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet, you can also access the Web interface of GVAS100.
Refer to Chapter 10 Optional Devices to see how to connect a GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet and
how to access the Web interface of GV-AS100.
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1.5 GV-AS100 Specifications
CPU
8-bit RISC microprocessor
Number of User Cards
1,000 / 40,000 cards (standalone / networked or RS485 mode)
Frequency
13.56 MHz for ISO14443A (Mifare DESFire, Mifare
Plus and Mifare Classic)
Event Buffer
65,536 events and log data
Power
100 ~ 240V AC, 50 ~ 60Hz
Wiegand Interface
Communication Protocol
Digital I/O
1 Wiegand interface, 26 ~ 64 bit format
12V DC Power Supply, 200mA
RS-485
Input
3 inputs, dry contact, NO / NC
Output
2 outputs
Operating Temperature
0 ~ 65°C / 32 ~ 149°F
Operating Humidity
10% ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)
Dimensions (W X H X D)
96 x 137 x 27 mm / 3.78 x 5.39 x 1.06 in
Weight
250 g / 0.55 lb
Certification
IP54, CE, FCC, RoHS
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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2. GV-AS110 Controller
2.1 Introduction
Working as a standalone solution, GV-AS110 is a card reader and also a single door
controller. It is possible to add one more card reader to GV-AS110 for entry and exit
applications. GV-AS110 has the capability to store up to one thousand cards. When GVAS110 is being used as a standalone unit, the programming is either done on the keypad or
from the software GV-ASManager through the RS-485 connection.
GV-AS110 is suitable not only for any normal door control but also for parking gate and
elevator control. GV-AS110 is an economic solution for access control.
Figure 2-1
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GV-AS110 can make network connection to GV-ASManager using the optional GV-ASBox
or GV-ASNet. With GV-ASBox, two-door control is also possible as illustrated below.
Figure 2-2 Through GV-ASBox
Figure 2-3 Through GV-ASNet
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2.1.1 Main Features
•
1 door (one-way and two-way control), expandable to 2 doors with optional GV-ASBox
•
1,000 / 40,000 cards (standalone / networked or RS-485 mode)
•
Easy programming from keypad
•
Anti-Passback (APB) support
•
Built-in 3 digital inputs and 2 relay outputs
•
1 Wiegand output (26 ~ 64 bits) for extra reader programming
•
Built-in tampering alarm
2.1.2 Packing List
•
GV-AS110
•
Power Adaptor 12V DC / 1.25A
•
Power Cord
•
Screw x 2
•
Screw Anchor x 2
•
Front Cover Plate x 2
•
Enroll Card
•
Delete Card
•
GV-ASManager Software DVD
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2.2 Installation
The wire assignment of the GV-AS110 cable data are illustrated below.
GV-AS110
Red
12VDC
LBlue
Black
GND
Green
Blue
RS485+
White
Yellow
Purple
Orange
Gray
RS485-
LRed
Brown
Front View
Rear View
Figure 2-4
Wire color
Definition
Red
12V
Black
GND
Green
Wiegand Data 0
White
Wiegand Date 1
Blue
RS485+
Light Blue
RS485-
Yellow
Door Sensor IN1
Orange
Button IN2
LRed
Fire Sensor IN3
Brown
IN COM (GND)
Purple
Alarm COM
Gray
Alarm NO
Brown White
Door COM
Black White
Door NC
Light Green
Door NO
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2.2.1 Connecting a Wiegand Reader
GV-AS110 provides one Wiegand input for connection to the Wiegand reader ranging from
26 to 64 bits. Through the GV-AS110 keypad, you can set the Wiegand reader as the entry
or exit reader. To define the reader, see the Door/Gate Function option in 2.3.2
Programming the GV-AS110.
The table below shows the wire assignments of the Wiegand input on GV-AS110. Please
consult the documentation of your Wiegand reader for wiring. You will need to set up a
separate power source to power the Wiegand reader.
Wire color
Definition
Green
Wiegand Data 0
White
Wiegand Date 1
2.2.2 Connecting Input Devices
GV-AS110 supports 3 types of inputs:
1. Sensor inputs, e.g. door status sensor
2. Button inputs, e.g. door opener
3. Fire Sensor inputs, e.g. fire detector
All inputs are dry contact and can be configured as normally open (NO) or normally closed
(NC) through the GV-AS110 keypad. The default value is NO. To change the input status,
see the Select Input Contact Type option in 2.3.2 Programming the GV-AS110.
The table below shows the wire assignments of input connectors on GV-AS110.
Wire color
Definition
Yellow
Door Sensor IN1
Orange
Button IN2
LRed
Fire Sensor IN3
Brown
IN COM (GND)
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2.2.3 Connecting Output Devices
GV-AS110 supports 2 types of outputs:
1. Alarm outputs, e.g. siren or bell
2. Door outputs, e.g. electronic lock
The table below shows the wire assignments of output connectors on GV-AS110.
Wire color
Definition
Purple
Alarm COM
Gray
Alarm NO
Brown & White
Door COM
Black & White
Door NC
Light green
Door NO
Check if your output device meets the following absolute maximum ratings before
connecting it to the Door outputs.
Breakdown Voltage
250V AC, 220V DC
Continuous Load Current
1A (30V DC), 0.3A (125V AC)
Note: Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which damage to GVAS110 circuit board may occur. Continuous operation of GV-AS110 at the absolute
rating level may affect GV-AS110’s reliability.
To connect an output device:
The example below illustrates the connection of a locking device to GV-AS110. Connect the
(+) point on the locking device to the Door COM wire on GV-AS110, connect the two (-)
points of the locking device and the external power supply together, and connect the (+)
point on the external power supply to the Door NO or Door NC wire on GV-AS110 based on
the state of the locking device.
Figure 2-5
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2.2.4 Connecting to the PC
The computer running GV-ASManager software can be used to monitor the access
information and alarm messages from GV-AS110. The communication link between the
computer and GV-AS110 can be either through RS-485 or network. For RS-485 connection,
a RS-485 to RS-232 converter is required. For network connection, an optional GV-ASBox
or GV-ASNet is required.
2.2.4.A RS-485 Connection
The figure below illustrates the RS-485 connection to the computer. For this connection, a
RS-485 to RS-232 converter between GV-AS110 and the computer is required. You can use
GV accessories, such as GV-Hub, GV-COM and GV-NET/IO Card, as the RS-485/RS-232
converter.
Figure 2-6
The table shows the wire assignments of RS-485 connection on GV-AS110.
Wire color
Definition
Blue
RS485 A+
Light Blue
RS485 A-
Note: When connecting multiple GV-AS110 through RS-485 connection, you can use the
keypad on GV-AS110 to program every unit’s ID. See 2.3.2 Programming the GV-AS110.
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2.2.4.B Network Connection
The figure below illustrates the network connection to the computer. For this connection, a
GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet is required.
Figure 2-7
Connect two power wires and two RS-485 wires from GV-AS110 to GV-ASBox / GV-ASNet.
The table below shows the wire assignments of RS-485 connection on GV-AS110.
Wire color
Definition
Red
12V
Black
GND
Blue
RS485 A+
Light Blue
RS485 A-
See 9.1.4.A Connecting GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 or 9.2.4A Connecting GV-AS100 / 110 / 120
to see how to connect to GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet.
2.2.5 Connecting the Power
The supplied AC adaptor can be connected to any power source supplying from 100 to 240V.
Connect 12V and GND wires to the supplied power adapter and then connect the power
adapter to a power source. The table below shows the pin assignments of the power
connectors on GV-AS110.
Wire color
Definition
Red
12V
Black
GND
Note: Power should only be applied to the unit when all connections are completed and
tested.
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2.3 Programming Mode
After powering on GV-AS110, you must create two cards first, an Enroll Card and a Delete
Card. The Enroll Card is used for adding new cards and the Delete Card is used for deleting
cards. Either card will allow you to program the various configurations on GV-AS110.
Note: The card complying with ISO 14443A standard for smart card technology can be
formatted as an Enroll Card or Delete Card.
To create the Enroll Card and the Delete Card:
1. Power on the unit. The LED flashes blue.
2. Present a card to be the Enroll Card.
3. Present a card to be the Delete Card.
4. The GV-AS110 will automatically load default, and the LED will flash blue and yellow.
After 1 to 2 minutes, the LED should be a constant blue light to indicate READY.
2.3.1 Adding and Deleting Cards
Using the two cards, you can add new cards to GV-AS110 and delete existing cards on GVAS110.
Note:
1.
GV-ASManager cannot manage the cards enrolled on GV-AS110, since the card data
will not be transmitted to GV-ASManager.
2.
The cards added through GV-ASManager cannot be deleted on GV-AS110.
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2.3.1.A Adding a Card
Up to 1,000 cards can be enrolled on GV-AS110 directly without needing additional software.
When working with GV-ASManager software, GV-AS110 can support up to 40,000 cards.
1. Present the Enroll Card.
2. Enter a 4-digit PIN code for the new card, reenter the same 4-digit PIN code and then
enter the command code for a desired type of card listed below. The LED will blink green
and red for about 10 seconds. You must finish entering the PIN code twice and the card
command code within the 10 seconds.
Code Types of Cards
Description
0
Normal Card
The door unlocks after a card is presented. Normal
Cards will not be granted access when Two Person
Entrance/Exit or Security Mode is enabled.
1
Two-person A Card
In the Two Person Entrance/Exit mode, the door
unlocks only when two-person B card is also
presented together.
2
Two-person B Card
In the Two Person Entrance/Exit mode, the door
unlocks only when two-person A card is also
presented together.
3
Security Card
The Security Card is used for launching the Security
Mode, in which no cards can be granted access and
no one can program the unit. Only the Security Card
will be able to disable the Security Mode.
3. Present the card you want to add to the GV-AS110.
4. The GV-AS110 will produce a long beep if the card has been added successfully and
three short beeps if the adding procedure has failed.
If you do not want to customize a password, you can simply present the Enroll Card and
then present the card you would like to add. The default password will be 1234 and the card
will automatically be set to a Normal Card.
2.3.1.B Deleting a Card
1. Present the Delete Card.
2. Present the card you want to delete.
3. The GV-AS110 will produce a long beep if the card has been deleted successfully and
three short beeps if the deleting procedure has failed.
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2.3.2 Programming the GV-AS110
The command codes used to program various functions on GV-AS110 are listed below. All
command codes will start with an asterisk * to clear all previous commands and end with a
number sign # to send the command. After typing the command code, present the Enroll
Card or the Delete Card.
IMPORTANT: Once connecting to GV-AS110, GV-ASManager will load its parameters to
GV-AS110. That means some of settings you program here may be overwritten by GVASManager later.
Function
Command Code
Description
Set Password
*779_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ #
You can set a password to open the door using
this password. The Authentication Mode must
be set to Fixed Card/Common mode. Refer to
the Set Authentication Mode function below.
4-8 digits
For example, to set the door’s password as
12345, press *77912345# on the keypad.
Lock Reset
Time
*578_ _ _ #
1-255 seconds
Sets a time that the door/gate will remain open
after which the door will automatically be
locked.
For example, to set the lock reset time to be
120 seconds, press *578120#
Held Open
Time
*468_ _ _ _ #
5-9999 seconds
Sets the time that a door/gate can be held open
before an alarm is generated. If the number of
seconds is less than 4 digits, add zeros in front
of the number to make it 4 digits.
For example, to set the held open time to be
180 seconds, enter *4680180#
Set Fire Action *732_#
UnchangedÎ0
Unlock DoorÎ1
Lock DoorÎ2
Local AntiPassback
*527_#
0ÎDisable
1ÎEnable
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This function locks or unlocks the door/gate, or
maintains the current status when a fire
emergency occurs.
For example, to unlock door during a fire
emergency, press *7321#
Local Anti-passback prevents card sharing by
not allowing a card to go through an entry twice
before first exiting.
For example, to enable Local Anti-passback,
press *5271#
2
Set Alarm
Event
*723_ _ _ _#
Held Open Î 0
Forced Open Î 1
Tamper Î 2
Fire Alarm Î 3
Access Denied Î 4
GV-AS110 Controller
For the first blank digit, enter a number from
options 0 to 4. For the second blank digit, type
1 to enable the option and 0 to disable the
option. For the third and fourth blank digits, type
the number of seconds the alarm will sound.
For example, to enable the fire alarm for 3
seconds, press *7233103#
Alarm Time Î 1-10 sec
Door/Gate
Function
*343_#
„
Door Entry Type: Sets GV-AS110 as entry
reader of a door. The Wiegand reader
connected will be set as exit reader.
„
Parking Entry Type: Sets GV-AS110 as
entry reader of a parking gate.
„
Door Exit Type: Sets GV-AS110 as exit
reader of a door. The Wiegand reader
connected will be set as entry reader.
„
Parking Exit Type: Sets GV-AS110 as exit
reader of a parking gate.
„
Elevator Type: GV-AS110 reader is
installed in the elevator for access control.
Door Entry TypeÎ0
Parking Entry TypeÎ1
Door Exit TypeÎ2
Parking Exit TypeÎ3
Elevator TypeÎ4
For example, to set the GV-AS110 as an exit
reader of a door, press *3432#
Set
Authentication
Mode
*526_#
„
Schedule Mode: Follows the
authentication schedule set on GVASManager.
„
Fixed Card Mode: Grants access after the
card is presented. Ignores the
authentication schedule of GV-ASManager.
„
Local Lock Mode: Remains locked. The
locked state cannot be cleared through GVASManager.
„
Local Unlock Mode: Remains open. The
held-open state cannot be cleared through
GV-ASManager.
„
Fixed Card + PIN: Grants access after the
user presents the card and then enters the
card’s PIN code. Ignores the authentication
schedule of GV-ASManager.
„
Fixed Card/Common: Grants access after
card is presented or after the door’s
password is entered. Ignores the
authentication schedule of GV-ASManager.
Schedule ModeÎ0
Fixed Card ModeÎ1
Local Lock ModeÎ2
Local Unlock ModeÎ3
Fixed Card + PINÎ4
Fixed Card/CommonÎ5
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For example, to enable the Fixed Card + PIN
mode, press *5264#.
Open door
with card
number and
PIN code
*_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _(_ _ _ _)#
Set ID
*743_ _ _#
Enter the 8-digit card
number and enter its 4digit PIN code.
Enter an ID number
between 0 and 255.
Security Mode
*276_ _ _ _#
4 digits PIN code of the
security card.
To open the door without presenting a card,
enter the 8-digit card number on the back of the
individual card and its 4-digit PIN code.
Set an ID number for GV-AS110 to a number
between 0 and 255.
For example, to set the ID number to be 3,
press *743003#
In the Security Mode, no cards can be granted
access and no one can program the unit. Only
the Security Card can disable the Security
Mode.
To enable the Security Mode, press *276,
enter the PIN code of the Security Card and
press #. Present the Security Card.
To disable the Security Mode, simply press the
PIN code of the Security Card and present the
Security Card.
Two Person
Entrance
*873_#
DisableÎ0
EnableÎ1
Two Person
Exit
*879_#
DisableÎ0
EnableÎ1
Select Input
Contact Type
*426_ _ _#
NOÎ1
NCÎ0
When Two Person Entrance mode is enabled,
both Two Person A Card and Two Person B
Card must be presented to unlock the entrance.
To enable Two Person Entrance, press *
8731#
When Two Person Exit mode is enabled, both
Two Person A Card and Two Person B Card
must be presented to unlock the exit.
To enable Two Person Exit, press *8791#
Specify the input contact type of the door
sensor in the first blank digit, button in the
second blank digit and fire sensor in the third
blank digit. The default value is normally
opened (NO).
For example, to set the input contact type for
door sensor to be normally open (NO), button to
be normally closed (NC), and fire sensor to be
normally open (NO), press *426101#.
Load Default
*362#
To restore GV-AS110 to factory default, press
*362#. All configured settings will be cleared
and all cards will be deleted from GV-AS110.
Note: The Parking Entry Type and Parking Exit Type only work when the sensor input of
Car Detection is activated.
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2.4 LED Status and Beeper
Normally, the LED on GV-AS110 is blue during standby mode and the LED flashes green
when a card is granted access or when the operation was successful. A red LED indicates
access denied or the operation was unsuccessful. The LED status and beeper under
different conditions are listed below.
Condition
LED
Beeper
Card + PINCode Mode
Flashes blue
Silent
Card Mode
Constant blue
Silent
Release Mode
Flashes green
Silent
Force Unlock Mode
Flashes green
Silent
Fire Unlock Mode
Flashes green
Silent
Force Lock Mode
Flashes red
Silent
Fire Lock Mode
Flashes red
Silent
Security Mode enabled
Yellow
One long beep
Security Mode disabled
Returns to the LED status of
the previous mode
One long beep
Tamper / Forced Open
Alarm
Flashes green and red
Constant beep until alarm
cancelled
Fire Alarm
Red
Constant beep until alarm
cancelled
Held Open Alarm
Unchanged
Constant beep until alarm
cancelled
Access Denied Alarm
Flashes red momentarily
Short beep for the number of
seconds specified
Access Denied
Flashes red momentarily
Two short beeps
Access Granted
Flashes green momentarily
One short beep
Enroll Card
Flashes green momentarily
Two long beeps
Delete Card
Flashes red momentarily
Two long beeps
Enrolled/Deleted card
successfully
Displays green LED
momentarily
One long beep
Enroll/Delete card failed
Displays red LED
momentarily
Three short beeps
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Firmware update
Flashes red, green and
blue
Silent
Firmware update failed
Flashes purple
Constant beep
Factory default
Flashes blue
Silent
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2.5 Web-Based Configurations
Through GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet, GV-AS110 can communicate with GV-ASManager over
the network. Using GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet, you can also access the Web interface of GVAS110.
Refer to Chapter 10 Optional Devices to see how to connect a GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet and
how to access the Web interface of GV-AS110.
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2.6 GV-AS110 Specifications
CPU
32-bit RISC microprocessor
Number of User Cards
1,000 / 40,000 cards (standalone / networked or RS485 mode)
Frequency
13.56 MHz for ISO14443A (Mifare DESFire, Mifare
Plus and Mifare Classic)
Event Buffer
65,536 events and log data
Power
100 ~ 240V AC, 50 ~ 60Hz
Wiegand Interface
Communication Protocol
Digital I/O
1 Wiegand interface, 26 ~ 64 bit format
12V DC Power Supply, 200mA
RS-485
Input
3 inputs, dry contact, NO / NC
Output
2 outputs
Operating Temperature
-35 ~ 65°C / -31 ~ 149°F
Operating Humidity
10% ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)
Dimensions (W X H X D)
95 x 108 x 23 mm / 3.74 x 4.25 x 0.91 in
Weight
200 g / 0.44 lb
Certification
IP54, CE, FCC, RoHS
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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3. GV-AS120 Controller
3.1 Introduction
Working as a standalone solution, GV-AS120 is a card reader and also a single door
controller. It is possible to add one more card reader to GV-AS120 for entry and exit
applications. GV-AS120 has the capability to store up to one thousand cards. When GVAS120 is being used as a standalone unit, the programming is done from the software GVASManager through the RS-485 connection.
GV-AS120 is suitable not only for any normal door control but also for parking gate and
elevator control. GV-AS120 is an economic solution for access control.
Door
RS-485
RS-232
GV-ASManager
GV-HUB /
GV-COM /
GV-NET/IO Card
Figure 3-1
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GV-AS120
IN
Wiegand Reader
OUT
3
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GV-AS120 can make network connection to GV-ASManager using the optional GV-ASBox
or GV-ASNet. With GV-ASBox, two-door control is also possible as illustrated below.
Figure 3-2 Through GV-ASBox
Figure 3-3 Through GV-ASNet
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3.1.1 Main Features
•
1 door (one-way and two-way control), expandable to 2 doors with optional GV-ASBox
•
1,000 / 40,000 cards (standalone / networked or RS-485 mode)
•
Built-in 2 digital inputs and 1 relay output
•
1 Wiegand output (26 ~ 64 bits) for extra reader programming
•
Built-in tampering alarm
•
Weather-proof and IP66-compliant housing (for outdoor use)
3.1.2 Packing List
•
GV-AS120
•
Power Adaptor 12V DC / 1.25A
•
Power Cord
•
Screw x 3
•
Screw Anchor x 2
•
Security Torx
•
Enroll Card
•
Delete Card
•
GV-ASManager Software DVD
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3.2 Installation
The wire assignment of the GV-AS120 cable data are illustrated below.
Front View
Rear View
Figure 3-4
Wire color
Definition
Red
12V
Black
GND
Green
Wiegand Data 0
White
Wiegand Date 1
Blue
RS485+
Light Blue
RS485-
Brown
IN COM (GND)
Yellow
Door Sensor IN1
LRed
Button IN2
Purple
Door COM
Orange
Door NC
Gray
Door NO
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3.2.1 Connecting a Wiegand Reader
GV-AS120 provides one Wiegand input for connection to the Wiegand reader ranging from
26 to 64 bits. Through the Web interface of GV-AS120, you can set the Wiegand reader as
the entry or exit reader. To define the reader, see 9.3.2.A Function Setting.
The table below shows the wire assignments of the Wiegand input on GV-AS120. Please
consult the documentation of your Wiegand reader for wiring. You will need to set up a
separate power source to power the Wiegand reader.
Wire color
Definition
Green
Wiegand Data 0
White
Wiegand Date 1
3.2.2 Connecting Input Devices
GV-AS120 supports 2 types of inputs:
1. Sensor inputs, e.g. door status
2. Button inputs, e.g. door opener
All inputs are dry contact and can be configured as normally open (NO) or normally closed
(NC) through the GV-AS120 Web interface. The default value is NO. To change the input
status, see 9.3.2.F In/Out Function.
The table below shows the wire assignments of input connectors on GV-AS120.
Wire color
Definition
Yellow
Door Sensor IN1
LRed
Button IN2
Brown
IN COM (GND)
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3.2.3 Connecting Output Devices
GV-AS120 supports 1 type of output: Door outputs, e.g. electronic lock
The table below shows the wire assignments of output connectors on GV-AS120.
Wire color
Definition
Purple
Door COM
Orange
Door NC
Gray
Door NO
Check if your output device meets the following absolute maximum ratings before
connecting it to the Door outputs.
Breakdown Voltage
250V AC, 220V DC
Continuous Load Current
1A (30V DC), 0.3A (125V AC)
Note: Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which damage to GVAS120 circuit board may occur. Continuous operation of GV-AS120 at the absolute
rating level may affect GV-AS120’s reliability.
To connect an output device:
The example below illustrates the connection of a locking device to GV-AS120. Connect the
(+) point on the locking device to the Door COM wire on GV-AS120, connect the two (-)
points of the locking device and the external power supply together, and connect the (+)
point on the external power supply to the Door NO or Door NC wire on GV-AS120 based on
the state of the locking device.
Figure 3-5
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3.2.4 Connecting to the PC
The computer running GV-ASManager software can be used to monitor the access
information and alarm messages from GV-AS120. The communication link between the
computer and GV-AS120 can be either through RS-485 or network. For RS-485 connection,
a RS-485 to RS-232 converter is required, such as a GV-Hub, GV-COM or GV-NET/ IO
Card V3.1. For network connection, an optional GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet is required.
3.2.4.A RS-485 Connection
The figure below illustrates the RS-485 connection to the computer. For this connection, a
RS-485 to RS-232 converter between GV-AS120 and the computer is required. You can use
GV accessories, such as GV-Hub, GV-COM and GV-NET/IO Card, as the RS-485/RS-232
converter.
Figure 3-6
The table shows the wire assignments of RS-485 connection on GV-AS120.
Wire color
Definition
Blue
RS485 A+
Light Blue
RS485 A-
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To define ID number, control type and authentication mode
Using the GV-AS120 Setting AP in the GV-ASManager folder, you can define the ID
number of multiple GV-AS120 connected through RS-485 interface, as well as set the
control type and authentication mode.
1.
Go to C:\Access Control\ASManager\ and double-click GV-AS120 SetupAP
V100.exe. This dialog box appears.
Figure 3-7
2.
Select the COM port that is connected to GV-AS120 and click Open COM. The red
square next to the COM port box should change to blue to indicate the COM port is
correct.
Note: To verify the COM port that is connected to GV-AS120, go to Windows Device
Manager. In the Ports (COM & LPT) field, you should see the entry for Prolific USB-toSerial Comm Port. The COM port shown in parenthesis indicates the COM number
currently in use.
3.
Select an ID number for the GV-AS120.
4.
Use the drop-down list to define the Control Type and Authentication Mode. Refer to
Door / Gate Function and Set Authentication Mode in 2.3.2 Programming the GV-AS110
for more details on each type of Control Type and Authentication Mode.
5.
Click Setup GO. The settings are sent to GV-AS120.
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3.2.4.B Network Connection
The figure below illustrates the network connection to the computer. For this connection, a
GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet is required.
Figure 3-8
Connect two power wires and two RS-485 wires from GV-AS120 to GV-ASBox / GV-ASNet.
The table below shows the wire assignments of RS-485 connection on GV-AS120.
Wire color
Definition
Red
12V
Black
GND
Blue
RS485 A+
Light Blue
RS485 A-
See 9.1.4.A Connecting GV-AS100 / 110/ 120 or 9.2.4A Connecting GV-AS100 / 110 / 120
to see how to connect to GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet.
3.2.5 Connecting the Power
The supplied AC adaptor can be connected to any power source supplying from 100 to 240V.
Connect 12V and GND wires to the supplied power adapter and then connect the power
adapter to a power source. The table below shows the pin assignments of the power
connectors on GV-AS120.
Wire color
Definition
Red
12V
Black
GND
Note: Power should only be applied to the unit when all connections are completed and
tested.
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3.3 Programming Mode
After powering on GV-AS120, you must create two cards first, an Enroll Card and a Delete
Card. The Enroll Card is used for adding new cards and the Delete Card is used for deleting
cards. Either card will allow you to program the various configurations on GV-AS120.
Note: The card complying with ISO 14443A standard for smart card technology can be
formatted as an Enroll Card or Delete Card.
To create the Enroll Card and the Delete Card:
1. Power on the unit. The LED flashes blue.
2. Present a card to be the Enroll Card.
3. Present a card to be the Delete Card.
4. The GV-AS120 will automatically load default, and the LED will flash blue and yellow.
After 1 to 2 minutes, the LED should be a constant blue light to indicate READY.
3.3.1 Adding and Deleting Cards
Using the two cards, you can add new cards to GV-AS120 and delete existing cards on GVAS120.
Note:
1.
GV-ASManager cannot manage the cards enrolled on GV-AS120, since the card data
will not be transmitted to GV-ASManager.
2.
The cards added through GV-ASManager cannot be deleted on GV-AS120.
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3.3.1.A Adding a Card
Up to 1,000 cards can be enrolled on GV-AS120 directly without needing additional software.
When working with GV-ASManager software, GV-AS120 can support up to 40,000 cards.
1. Present the Enroll Card.
2. Present the card you want to add to the GV-AS120.
3. The GV-AS120 will produce a long beep if the card has been added successfully and
three short beeps if the adding procedure has failed.
The default password will be 1234 and the card will automatically be set to a Normal Card.
You can change the password and set the card to different card types such as Patrol Card
or Two-person A/B Card using GV-ASManager. Refer to the Adding Cards section in GVASManager User’s Manual for more details.
Note: GV-AS120 does not support cards set up as Security Cards.
3.3.1.B Deleting a Card
1. Present the Delete Card.
2. Present the card you want to delete.
3. The GV-AS120 will produce a long beep if the card has been deleted successfully and
three short beeps if the deleting procedure has failed.
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3.4 LED Status and Beeper
Normally, the LED on GV-AS120 is blue during standby mode and the LED flashes green
when a card is granted access or when the operation was successful. A red LED indicates
access denied or the operation was unsuccessful. The LED status and beeper under
different conditions are listed below.
Condition
LED
Beeper
Card Mode
Constant blue
Silent
Release Mode
Flashes green
Silent
Force Unlock Mode
Flashes green
Silent
Force Lock Mode
Flashes red
Silent
Tamper / Forced Open
Alarm
Flashes green and red
Constant beep until alarm
cancelled
Held Open Alarm
Unchanged
Constant beep until alarm
cancelled
Access Denied Alarm
Flashes red momentarily
Short beep for the number of
seconds specified
Access Denied
Flashes red momentarily
Two short beeps
Access Granted
Flashes green momentarily
One short beep
Enroll Card
Flashes green momentarily
Two long beeps
Delete Card
Flashes red momentarily
Two long beeps
Enrolled/Deleted card
successfully
Displays green LED
momentarily
One long beep
Enroll/Delete card failed
Displays red LED
momentarily
Three short beeps
Firmware update
Flashes red, green and
blue
Silent
Firmware update failed
Flashes purple
Constant beep
Factory default
Flashes blue
Silent
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3.5 Web-Based Configurations
Through GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet, GV-AS120 can communicate with GV-ASManager over
the network. Using GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet, you can also access the Web interface of GVAS120.
Refer to Chapter 10 Optional Devices to see how to connect a GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet and
how to access the Web interface of GV-AS120.
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3.6 GV-AS120 Specifications
CPU
32-bit RISC microprocessor
Number of User Cards
1,000 / 40,000 cards (standalone / networked or RS485 mode)
Frequency
13.56 MHz for ISO14443A (Mifare DESFire, Mifare
Plus and Mifare Classic)
Event Buffer
65,536 events and log data
Power
100 ~ 240V AC, 50 ~ 60Hz
Wiegand Interface
Communication Protocol
Digital I/O
1 Wiegand interface, 26 ~ 64 bit format
12V DC Power Supply, 200mA
RS-485
Input
2 inputs, dry contact, NO / NC
Output
1 output
Operating Temperature
-35 ~ 65°C / -31 ~ 149°F
Operating Humidity
10% ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)
Dimensions (W X H X D)
65.8 x 115.6 x 20.5 mm / 2.6 x 4.6 x 0.8 in
Weight
138 g / 0.3 lb
Certification
IP66, CE, FCC, RoHS
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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4. GV-AS210 Controller
4
GV-AS210 Controller
4.1 Introduction
4.1.1 Main Features
•
One-way control: 4 doors
•
Two-way control: 2 doors by Wiegand, 4 doors by Wiegand and RS-485
•
Support 4 Wiegand card readers of 26 to 64 bits
•
Support 8 GV-Readers / GV-GF Fingerprint Readers through RS485 connection
•
Built-in 8 digital inputs and 8 relay outputs
•
Suitable for door, parking and elevator access control
4.1.2 Packing List
•
GV-AS210
•
Power Adaptor 12V DC / 3A
•
Power Cord
•
Battery Cable
•
Micro SD Card 2 GB
•
GV-ASManager Software DVD
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Ethernet
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Wiegand B
Wiegand C
Wiegand D
12V
D0
D1
GND
12V
D0
D1
GND
12V
D0
D1
GND
Figure 4-1
Battery
1
2
3
A+
Extend Reader
AB+
BLED1-3
GV-AS210
LED1:Power(Red)
LED2:Dis-Charging(Green)
LED3:Charging(Yellow)
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
com.A
com.A
RS-485_A TERM
RS-485_B TERM
Wiegand A
DI5
DI6
DI7
DI8
com.B
com.B
12V
D0
D1
GND
Web Setting
Micro SD
ON
OFF
NO1
NC1
COM1
COM2
NO2
NC2
NO4
NC3
COM3
NO3
NC4
COM4
NC5
COM5
NO5
COM6
NO6
NC6
NC8
COM8
NO8
NC7
COM7
NO7
4.1.3 GV-AS210 Board Layout
Power Jack
Default
+
_
GND
GND
12V
12V
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4.2 Installation
4.2.1 Connecting Card Readers
GV-AS210 supports two types of card reader interfaces:
•
Wiegand: Compatible with any Wiegand card readers of 26 to 64 bits.
•
RS-485: Only compatible with all GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers.
4.2.1.A Wiegand Readers
GV-AS210 provides 4 Wiegand inputs (Wiegand A to Wiegand D). Connect up to 4 Wiegand
readers ranging from 26 to 64 bits to the Wiegand interfaces. Please consult the
12V
D0
D1
GND
12V
D0
D1
GND
12V
D0
D1
GND
12V
D0
D1
GND
documentation of your Wiegand reader for wiring.
Figure 4-2
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4.2.1.B RS-485 Readers
For long-distance connection and non-Wiegand card readers, you can establish RS-485
connection with any GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers. Up to 8 readers can be
connected together with a single RS-485 cable to the RS-485 interface on GV-AS210.
When multiple readers are connected together, an extra power supply to each unit is
required. Use 12V power output and GND on the power terminal or the Wiegand connectors
to power on each unit.
Figure 4-3
Note:
1.
Each set of 12V power output and GND can provide power for up to 2 readers. The 2
sets on the power terminal can support up to 4 readers. If you wish to connect more
readers and the Wiegand interfaces are already occupied, you can connect the
readers to external power source.
2.
When the RS-485 connection between GV-AS210 and the reader is over 600 meters,
turn ON the RS485 A Terminal switch to avoid unstable signals.
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4.2.2 Connecting Input Devices
Up to 8 input devices can be connected to GV-AS210. Connect the input wires to DI1~8 and
connect GND wires to com.A or com.B. Multiple GND wires can be connected to the same
com.A/B interface.
All inputs are dry contact that can be configured as normally open (NO) or normally closed
(NC) on the Web interface. To change the input status, refer to 9.2.4 Input Setting.
Input
Device
IN
GND
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
com.A
com.A
DI5
DI6
DI7
DI8
com.B
com.B
Figure 4-4
Note: GV-AS210 does not support input devices of wet contact.
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4.2.3 Connecting Output Devices
Up to 8 output devices can be connected to GV-AS210. Check if your output device meets
the following absolute maximum ratings before connecting it to outputs 1 ~ 8.
Breakdown Voltage
110V AC ~ 250V AC, 30V DC
Continuous Load Current
3A (AC), 3A (DC)
Note: Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which damage to GVAS210 circuit board may occur. Continuous operation of GV-AS210 at the absolute
rating level may affect GV-AS210 reliability.
To connect an output device:
Connect the (+) point on the output device to COM on GV-AS210, connect the two (-) points
of the output device and the external power supply together, and connect the (+) point on the
external power supply to the NO or NC of GV-AS210 based on the state of the output device.
Figure 4-5
Note: If instead of connecting an external power supply, you want to connect the output
devices to the power outputs on the GV-AS210, note that the maximum current of the
voltage output is 12V, 0.9A.
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4.2.4 Connecting Backup Battery
You can connect any battery of 12V 12Ah to GV-AS210 to provide backup power when the
main power supply fails. When the main power supply is removed and the battery voltage
level is above 10.2V, the battery will support normal operation of the GV-AS210.
Figure 4-6
4.2.5 Connecting the Power
You can connect GV-AS210 to power directly using the supplied 12V DC adaptor. After
power is connected, the power LED on GV-AS210 should glow.
Note: Power should be applied to the unit when all connections are completed and tested.
Figure 4-7
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4.2.6 Connecting the PC
Connecting GV-AS210 to a computer allows you to access its Web interface and connect it
to GV-ASManager if the computer is installed with GV-ASManager. The computer running
GV-ASManager software can be used to monitor the access information and alarm
messages from GV-AS210. If connection with GV-ASManager is interrupted, GV-AS210
stores this information on the supplied micro SD card. The data stored will be sent to GVASManager when connection resumes.
Figure 4-8
Note: GV-AS210 is only compatible with GV-ASManager V4.0 or later.
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4.3 Other Settings
4.3.1 Web Setting Switch
When the Web Setting switch is set to the ON position, you can modify Advanced Settings
and Extended Reader of GV-AS210 through its Web interfaces. When the switch is set to
the OFF position, Advanced Settings are not accessible. For details on Advanced Settings,
see 8.2 Advanced Settings.
Figure 4-9
4.3.2 Resetting the GV-AS210
To reset GV-AS210, press the Reset button in the lower left of GV-AS210 circuit board for
three seconds.
Figure 4-10
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4.3.3 Restoring Factory Defaults
To restore GV-AS210 to factory default settings, press the Default button for 10 seconds.
Power Jack
Load Default Button
Figure 4-11
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4.4 The Web Interface
You can install GV-AS210 on a network and configure GV-AS210 through its Web interface.
Refer to Chapter 8 Installing on a Network for detailed instructions on setting a fixed or
dynamic IP address to access GV-AS210.
Refer to Chapter 9 The Web Interface for details on the setup pages of the Web interface.
Through the Web interface, you can configure general settings, input/output devices,
associated doors/gates and connected readers.
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4.5 GV-AS210 Specifications
CPU
32-bit ARM7TDMI
Number of User Cards
40,000 cards
Event Buffer
1,000,000 events and log data
Power
100~250V AC, 50~60Hz
RS-485 Interface
1 RS-485 interface only for GV-Readers and GV-GF
Fingerprint Readers (max. 8 readers)
Wiegand Interface
4 Wiegand interfaces, 26 ~ 64 bit format
12V DC power supply, 200mA
Communication
TCP / IP
Input
8 inputs, dry contact, NO/NC
Output
8 relay outputs (30VDC, 3A; 110V AC ~ 250V AC, 3A)
Operating Temperature
0 ~ 65°C / 32 ~ 149°F
Operating Humidity
10% ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)
Dimensions (W X H X D)
210 x 204 x 46.6 mm / 8.27 x 8.03 x 1.83 in (case included)
Weight
810 g / 1.79 lb (case included)
Certification
CE, FCC, RoHS
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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5. GV-AS400 Controller
5.1 Introduction
5.1.1 Main Features
•
4 doors (one-way and two-way control)
•
Support 8 Wiegand card readers of 26 to 64 bits
•
Support 8 units of GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers
•
Built-in 16 digital inputs and 16 relay outputs
•
I/O capability expandable to 64 digital inputs and 64 relay outputs with GV-IO Box
connected
•
Suitable for door, parking and elevator access control
5.1.2 Packing List
•
GV-AS400
•
GV-AS Power Board
•
Power Adaptor 24V DC (for GV-AS Power Board)
•
Power Cord
•
Adaptor Cable (for connection between GV-AS400 and GV-AS Power Board)
•
GV-ASManager Software DVD
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5.1.3 GV-AS400 Board Layout
Wiegand A
Wiegand B
Wiegand C
Wiegand D
Wiegand E
Wiegand F
Wiegand G
Wiegand H
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
ON
EGE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
NO
NC
COM
EGE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
NO
NC
COM
RS-485
Figure 5-1
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5.2 Installation
When you wire any devices to GV-AS400 circuit board, please note:
•
Carefully remove the blue terminal block and note the block’s terminal markings on the
circuit board. After wring the necessary connections to the terminal block, reinsert it onto
the circuit board.
5.2.1 Connecting Card Readers
GV-AS400 supports two types of card reader interfaces: Wiegand and RS-485. The
Wiegand interface is compatible with any Wiegand card readers of 26 to 64 bits. The RS485 interface is only compatible with GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers. The
card readers of the two interfaces can be used together to work with GV-AS400.
Connecting GV-Readers
Wiegand F
Wiegand G
Wiegand H
GND
D0
D1
12V
GND
D0
D1
12V
Wiegand E
GND
D0
D1
12V
GND
D0
D1
12V
Wiegand D
GND
D0
D1
12V
Wiegand C
GND
D0
D1
12V
Wiegand B
GND
D0
D1
12V
Wiegand A
GND
D0
D1
12V
GND
RS485 RS485 +
12V
Connecting Wiegand
compatible readers
Figure 5-2
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5.2.1.A Wiegand Readers
GV-AS400 provides 8 Wiegand inputs (Wiegand A to Wiegand H) for connection of Wiegand
readers ranging from 26 to 64 bits. The table below shows the pin assignments of Wiegand
inputs on GV-AS400. Please consult the documentation of your Wiegand reader for wiring.
Pin
Function
GND
GND of the Power Supply
D0
Wiegand Data 0
D1
Wiegand Data 1
12V
12V Power Supply
If your Wiegand reader is equipped with LED or beeper that can be controlled externally, you
can connect the control wires to outputs 9 ~ 16 on GV-AS400. For the connection, see
5.2.3.B Outputs 9 ~ 16.
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5.2.1.B RS-485 Readers
For long-distance connection and non-Wiegand card readers, you can choose the RS-485
connection. Up to 8 units of GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers can be
connected together with a single RS-485 cable to the RS-485 interface on GV-AS400.
When multiple readers are connected together, an extra power supply to each unit is
required. Use 12V power output and GND on the Wiegand connectors to power on each unit.
Figure 5-3
To connect GV-Readers:
Refer to the following pin assignment for GV-Reader wiring.
Electric Wires on GV-Reader
RS-485 on GV-AS400
Red
12V
Blue
RS-485 +
Light Blue
RS-485 -
Black
GND
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5.2.2 Connecting Input Devices
GV-AS400 provides up to 16 inputs. All inputs are dry contact that can be configured as
normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC).
Each input has an LED indicator that turns ON to provide a visual indication that the input
IN15
GND
IN16
GND
IN13
GND
IN14
GND
IN11
GND
IN12
GND
IN09
GND
IN10
GND
IN07
GND
IN08
GND
IN05
GND
IN06
GND
IN03
GND
IN04
GND
IN01
GND
IN02
GND
device is activated.
Figure 5-4
Use the switch, as shown below, to change the input state for NO or NC. When the switch is
pushed up, the state is NC. When the switch is pushed down, the state is NO. SW2 is used
for inputs 1 to 8 and SW3 is for inputs 9 to 16.
ON
EGE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
EGE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Figure 5-5
Besides having the on-board capability of monitoring 16 inputs, GV-AS400 can be expanded
to 64 inputs if 4 units of GV-IO Boxes (16 Ports) are connected. For details, see 5.2.6
Connecting External I/O Box.
Note: GV-AS400 does not support input devices of wet contact.
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5.2.3 Connecting Output Devices
GV-AS400 provides up to 16 outputs. They are divided into two groups, outputs 1 ~ 8 and
outputs 9 ~16, located at opposite sides of GV-AS400. The two groups of outputs have
different absolute maximum ratings. If the current of the output device exceeds 130mA, you
will need to connect the device and an external power supply to outputs 1-8. If the current of
the output device is under 130mA, you can use outputs 9-16, which only accept the 12V DC
internal power supply from GV-AS400 circuit board. In a real application, you may connect
door locks to outputs 1-8, and connect LED and Beeper wires of the card reader, powered
by GV-AS400, to outputs 9-16.
Each output has an LED indicator that turns ON to provide a visual indication that the output
device is activated.
Besides having the on-board capability of monitoring 16 outputs, GV-AS400 can be
expanded to 64 outputs if 4 units of GV-IO Boxes (16 Ports) are connected. For details, see
5.2.6 Connecting External I/O Box.
5.2.3.A Outputs 1 ~ 8
Check if your output device meets the following absolute maximum ratings before
connecting it to any of outputs 1 ~ 8.
Breakdown Voltage
110V AC ~ 250V AC, 30V DC
Continuous Load Current
3A (AC), 3A (DC)
Note: Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which damage to GVAS400 circuit board may occur. Continuous operation of GV-AS400 at the absolute
rating level may affect GV-AS400 reliability.
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To connect an output device:
Connect the (+) point on the output device to COM on GV-AS400, connect the two (-) points
of the output device and the external power supply together, and connect the (+) point on the
external power supply to the NO or NC of GV-AS400 based on the state of the output device.
Figure 5-6
5.2.3.B Outputs 9 ~ 16
Outputs 9 ~ 16 only accept the power from GV-AS400 circuit board. Check if your output
device meets the following absolute maximum ratings before connecting it to any of outputs
9 ~ 16.
Breakdown Voltage
350V DC / AC
Continuous Load Current
130mA
Power Dissipation
500mW
Note: Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which damage to GV-AS400
circuit board may occur. Continuous operation of GV-AS400 at the absolute rating level may
affect GV-AS400 reliability.
WANRING: Do not connect any external power supply to outputs 9 ~ 16; otherwise damage
to GV-AS400 circuit board may occur.
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If your card readers are equipped with LED or beeper that can be controlled externally,
connect the control wires to outputs 9 ~ 16. The following figure and table shows how to
GND
D0
D1
12V
GND
RS485 RS485 +
12V
connect the beeper wire of GV-Reader to GV-AS400.
+OUT09-
Figure 5-7
Electric Wires on GV-Reader
Output on GV-AS400
Yellow (Beeper)
Output +
Black (GND)
Output -
The SW1 on GV-Reader must be turned OFF so that the beeper can be controlled by GVAS400.
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5.2.4 Connecting the Power
There are two ways to connect GV-AS400 to power: using GV-AS Power Board or directly.
Power should only be applied to the unit when all other connections are completed and
tested. After power is connected, the power LED on GV-AS400 should glow.
Caution: The supplied 24V DC power adaptor is for GV-AS Power Board. Do not
plug the 24V DC power adaptor to the power input of GV-AS400.
Connect Through GV-AS Power Board:
1.
Connect GV-AS400 to GV-AS Power Board using the supplied adaptor cable.
2.
Connect the power board to a power source using the supplied power adaptor. The
supplied power adaptor can connect to any power source supplying from 100 to 250V.
Figure 5-8 Connecting to Power through GV-AS Power Board
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Connect GV-AS400 to Power Directly:
To connect GV-AS400 to a power source directly, you must use a 12V DC adaptor.
Figure 5-9 Connecting GV-AS400 to Power Directly
Note: The 12V DC power adaptor is not supplied with the GV-AS400. Do not plug the
supplied 24V DC power adaptor to GV-AS400.
5.2.5 Connecting the PC
Connecting GV-AS400 to a computer allows you to access its Web interface and connect it
to GV-ASManager if the computer is installed with GV-ASManager. The computer running
GV-ASManager software can be used to monitor the access information and alarm
messages from GV-AS400. If connection with GV-ASManager is interrupted, GV-AS400
stores this information on the supplied micro SD card. The data stored will be sent to GVASManager when connection resumes.
Figure 5-10
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5.2.6 Connecting the External I/O Box
To enhance the controller’s I/O capability, up to 4 units of GV-IO Boxes can be optionally
connected to GV-AS400. The choices of the GV-IO Boxes include:
•
GV-IO Box 4 Ports: 4 ports of inputs and outputs respectively
•
GV-IO Box 8 Ports: 8 ports of inputs and outputs respectively
•
GV-IO Box 16 Ports: 16 ports of inputs and outputs respectively
Connect GV-IO Box to the RS-485 connectors as illustrated below. Multiple GV-IO Boxes of
different port types can be connected on a single RS-485 cable to work with GV-AS400.
Figure 5-11
The RS-485 cable has the limit in communication distance. As the distance becomes greater,
the communication signal may become weak. In this case, decrease the resistance value by
using the switch as shown below.
Switch No.
0
Resistance Value
∞
Switch No.
Resistance Value
4
30Ω
1
120Ω
5
24Ω
2
60Ω
6
20Ω
3
40Ω
7
17.14Ω
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5.2.7 Fitting the Battery
GV-AS400 includes a 3V lithium battery, providing power to GV-AS400 settings and realtime clock circuitry. When the power in the battery becomes low, the message “Low Battery”
will appear on GV-ASKeypad. In this case, please replace the battery. All settings on GVAS400 will disappear about 10 hours after the battery stops working, and GV-AS400 will be
restored to default settings.
Battery
Figure 5-12
Note:
1.
Make sure the plastic insulation film under the battery is removed.
2.
It is recommended to replace the battery annually.
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5.3 Other Settings
5.3.1 Web Setting Switch
When the Web Setting switch is set to the ON position, you can modify Advanced Settings
and Extended Reader settings of GV-AS400 through its Web interfaces. When the switch is
set to the OFF position, Advanced Settings and Extended Reader settings are not
accessible. For details on Advanced Settings and Extended Reader settings, see 9.2
GND
D1
D0
12V
GND
RS485 RS485 +
12V
Advanced Settings and 9.3.1 Extended Reader.
Figure 5-13
5.3.2 Resetting the GV-AS400
1.
To reset GV-AS400, press the Reset button in the upper center of GV-AS400 circuit
board for three seconds.
2.
To reset the Ethernet module of GV-AS400, press the EM Reset button located on the
Ethernet module for three seconds.
Figure 5-14
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5.3.3 Restoring Factory Defaults
You can choose to restore only Basic Settings or All Settings to factory default values. For
the contents of Basic Setting, see 8.1 Basic Settings.
To restore Basic Settings to factory defaults:
Press the Default button, between the output 16 and RS-485 connectors, for 3 seconds.
After this it may take up to 3 minutes to restore Basic Settings of GV-AS400 to default
factory values.
Figure 5-15
To restore All Settings to factory defaults:
1. Remove the jumper cap from JP6 to JP7.
2. Press the Reset button in the upper center of GV-AS400 circuit board. All input LEDs
should light on.
3. Remove the jumper cap from JP7 back to JP6.
After above steps, it may take up to 3 minutes to restore all settings to factory default values.
If GV-ASKeypad is connected, the message “Memory Test on Keypad” will appear indicating
the default loading is in progress.
Figure 5-16
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5.4 The Web Interface
You can install GV-AS400 on a network and configure GV-AS400 through its Web interface.
Refer to Chapter 8 Installing on a Network for detailed instructions on setting up a fixed or
dynamic IP address to access GV-AS400.
Refer to Chapter 9 The Web Interface for details on the setup pages of the Web interface.
Through the Web interface, you can configure general settings, input/output devices,
associated doors/gates and connected readers.
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5.5 Optional GV-ASKeypad
GV-ASKeypad is an optional device for an administrator to control and manage GV-AS400.
An administrator can carry GV-ASKeypad around to access GV-AS400 installed at different
locations.
Features:
•
2 Lines x 16 English Characters
•
4 x 4 Keys
5.5.1 Installation
1.
Flip both clips of the 26-pin connector on GV-AS400.
2.
Using the supplied 26-pin ribbon cable, connect GV-ASKeypad to GV-AS400.
Figure 5-17
Note: GV-ASKeypad is a hot-swapping product. You can plug or unplug the 26-pin ribbon
cable while GV-AS400 is operating.
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5.5.2 Operation
GV-ASKeypad allows you to configure basic settings and view system information. Press the
following codes on the keypad to start operating.
Code
Function
*738
Sets parameters.
*347
Displays system information
*737
Restores the Advanced Settings of GV-AS400 to factory defaults.
Note: Press
to display the symbol *
5.5.2.A Setting Parameters
Through GV-ASKeypad, you can program GV-AS400.
IMPORTANT: Once connecting to GV-AS400, GV-ASManager will load its parameters to
GV-AS400. That means some of configurations you have configured may be overwritten by
GV-ASManager later.
1.
Press the code *738.
2.
Press the default PIN code 1234.
3.
To set parameters:
•
Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to select options, or change doors for settings.
•
Press
to start setting, or apply settings.
•
Press
to return to the home page.
Option
Function
Set Local Time
Sets the time and specify the time zone of GV-AS400.
Set AS400 ID
Sets the ID of GV-AS400 from 1 to 255.
Set Auth. Mode
Sets an authentication mode for each door. For types of
authentication modes, see 8.2 Advanced Settings.
Press the Right and Left arrow buttons to change modes.
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AS400 Function
Sets the function for each door. For types of functions, see 8.2
Advanced Settings.
Press the Right and Left arrow buttons to change functions.
Master PIN Change
Changes the PIN code of GV-AS400.
Lock Reset Time
Sets the time (1 to 255 sec.) that a door can remain open, after
which the door will automatically be locked.
Set Held Open
Time
Sets the time (5 to 9999 sec.) that a door can be held open before
an alarm is generated.
Set Alarm Event
Enables or disables the alarm settings for each door. For the types
of alarm events, see 8.2 Advanced Settings.
Press the Right and Left arrow buttons to select one event type.
Set Fire Action
Locks or unlocks the door/gate when a fire condition occurs.
Set Wiegand
Function
Sets the door/gate to be exit or entry. For the same function, see
8.2 Advanced Settings.
5.5.2.B Displaying System Information
To display system information, press the code *347. To change options or view the status
of each door, use the Up and Down arrow buttons.
Option
Function
Door’s Auth. Mode
Displays the authentication mode of each door.
Door’s Event
Displays what kind of event happened at each door.
Memory’s State
Displays the memory usage of GV-AS400.
„
Capacity: Displays the total number of events that can be
recorded on GV-AS400. The maximum number is 65536. GVAS400 will overwrite the oldest events when the limit is
reached. When GV-AS400 is connected to GV-ASManager, the
event data will be uploaded to the server and the buffer of GVAS400 will be cleared.
„
Stored: Displays the number of events that has been recorded.
ID & IP Address
Displays the ID and IP address of GV-AS400.
Display Version
Displays the firmware version of GV-AS400.
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5.6 GV-AS Power Board
GV-AS Power Board is designed for GV-AS400 to provide additional power supply for output
devices, such as locking devices and lights. Because GV-AS400 circuit board only supplies
12V power, combining with GV-AS Power Board, GV-AS 400 can directly drive output
devices of 24V AC/DC and 10V to 13V DC.
Additionally, GV-AS Power Board supports the battery backup to ensure the normal
operations of vital output devices during power failure.
5.6.1 Main Features
•
2 power outputs of 24V AC/DC
•
6 power outputs of 10V to 13V DC
•
Support for battery backup
•
Support for AC and DC power inputs
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5.6.2 Connecting Output Devices
GV-AS Power Board provides two types of power outputs: 24V AC/DC, 10V to 13V DC. The
figure below illustrates the locations of these power outputs.
Figure 5-18
•
24V AC/DC: GV-AS Power Board provides two power outputs of 24V AC/DC. The power
current AC or DC is based on the input power source and Vout Swtich you turned on. If
the input power source is AC but the Vout Switch is switched to DC Output, the two
power outputs of 24V DC will be enlarged to 30V DC.
•
10V to 13V DC: GV-AS Power Board provides six power outputs of 10V to 13V DC in
order to power on the output devices of low current.
Before connecting any output devices, note the following electrical specifications.
Voltage Output
2 Power Outputs
(24V AC/DC)
6 Power Outputs
(10 to 13V DC)
90
Maximum
Current
1.85A (each)
1.85A (each)
Absolute Combined
Maximum
1.85A (24V AC Power In)
2A (24V DC Power In)
2A (24V AC Power In)
4A (24V DC Power In)
Absolute Combined
Wattage
63W
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To connect an output device:
Connect the (+) point on the output device to COM on GV-AS400, connect the two (-) points
of the output device and GV-AS Power Board together, and connect the (+) power output on
GV-AS Power Board to the NO or NC on GV-AS400 based on the state of the output device.
Figure 5-19
5.6.3 Connecting the Power
GV-AS Power Board accepts the power input of either 24V AC or 24V DC. You can use the
supplied 24V DC power adaptor to connect to a power source. After wiring the power source
to the proper connectors on GV-AS Power Board, turn the Vout Switch to the power current
that is connected.
Figure 5-20
Note:
1. If the power input is 24V AC and the Vout Switch is set to DC Output, the voltage of GVAS Power Board supplies will be enlarged to 30V DC.
2. Power should only be applied to the unit when all connections are completed and tested.
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5.6.4 Connecting Backup Battery
GV-AS Power Board supports any battery of 12V 12Ah to provide battery backup when the
mains supply fails. When the mains supply is removed and the battery voltage level is above
10.2V, the battery will support normal operation.
Figure 5-21
Note: An internal battery verification will cut the battery power if the battery voltage level falls
below 10.2V.
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5.7 GV-AS400 Specifications
CPU
32-bit ARM7TDMI & 8-bit RISC microprocessor
Number of User Cards
40,000 cards
Event Buffer
65,536 events and log data
Power
100~250V AC, 50~60Hz
RS-485 Interface
1 RS-485 interface only for GV-Readers and GV-GF
Fingerprint Readers (max. 8 readers)
Wiegand Interface
8 Wiegand interfaces, 26 ~ 64 bit format
12V DC power supply, 200mA
Communication
TCP / IP
Input
16 inputs, dry contact, NO / NC
Output
8 relay outputs (30VDC, 3A; 110V AC ~ 250V AC, 3A)
8 photo relay outputs (30V DC, 130mA)
Operating Temperature
0 ~ 65°C / 32 ~ 149°F
Operating Humidity
10% ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)
Dimensions (W X H X D)
210 x 170 x 30 mm / 8.27 x 6.69 x 1.18 in
Weight
750 g / 1.65 lb
Certification
CE, FCC, RoHS
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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6. GV-AS410 / 810 Controller
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GV-AS410 / 810 Controller
6.1 Introduction
6.1.1 Main Features
•
One-way control:
GV-AS410: 4 doors
GV-AS810: 8 doors
•
Two-way control:
GV-AS410: 4 doors
GV-AS810: 4 doors by Wiegand, 8 doors by Wiegand / RS-485 / Network
•
Support 8 Wiegand card readers of 26 to 64 bits
•
Support 8 GV-Readers / GV-GF Fingerprint Readers through RS485 connection
•
Built-in 16 digital inputs and 24 relay outputs
•
Suitable for door, parking and elevator access control
6.1.2 Packing List
•
GV-AS410 / 810
•
GV-AS410: Power Adaptor 12V DC / 3.5A
GV-AS810: Power Adaptor 12V DC / 5A
•
Power Cord
•
Battery Cable
•
Micro SD Card 2 GB
•
GV-ASManager Software DVD
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6.1.3 GV-AS410 / 810 Board Layout
Figure 6-1
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6.2 Installation
6.2.1 Connecting Card Readers
GV-AS410 / 810 supports two types of card reader interfaces:
•
Wiegand: Compatible with any Wiegand card readers of 26 to 64 bits.
•
RS-485: Only compatible with all GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers.
6.2.1.A Wiegand Readers
GV-AS410 / 810 provides 8 Wiegand inputs (Wiegand A to Wiegand H). Connect up to 8
Wiegand readers ranging from 26 to 64 bits to the Wiegand interfaces. Please consult the
documentation of your Wiegand reader for wiring.
D1
D0
GND
12V
D1
D0
GND
GND
12V
D1
D0
GND
D0
12V
D1
12V
D0
D0
GND
12V
12V
D1
D1
GND
D0
GND
D1
12V
D1
D0
GND
12V
Figure 6-2
Note: Although 8 Wiegand inputs are available, GV-AS410 only supports control of up to 4
doors.
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6.2.1.B RS-485 Readers
For long-distance connection and non-Wiegand card readers, you can connect RS-485
connection with any GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers. Up to 8 readers can be
connected together with a single RS-485 cable to the RS-485 interface on GV-AS410 / 810.
When multiple readers are connected together, an extra power supply to each unit is
required. Use 12V power output and GND on the power terminal or the Wiegand connectors
to power on each unit.
J37
J35
Terminal
Resistor
B+ B- Not functional
RS485
12V OUTPUT
Connect each reader to the
power terminal or Wiegand
connectors for power supply
Up to 8 GV-Readers and
GV-GF Fingerprint Readers
Figure 6-3
Note:
1.
Each set of 12V power output and GND can provide power for up to 2 readers. The 3
sets on the power terminal can support up to 6 readers. If you wish to connect more
readers and the Wiegand interfaces are already occupied, you can connect the
readers to external power source.
2.
By default, a jumper cap is installed on the RS485_A Terminal Resister (J37) to
ensure stability when the RS-485 connection between GV-AS410 / 810 and the reader
is over 600 meters. RS485_B Terminal Resister (J35) is not functional.
3.
Although up to 8 RS-485 readers can be connected, GV-AS410 only supports control
of up to 4 doors.
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6.2.2 Connecting Input Devices
Up to 16 input devices can be connected to GV-AS410 / 810. Connect the input wires to
IN1~16 and connect GND wires to GND. Multiple GND wires can be connected to the same
GND pin.
All inputs are dry contact that can be configured as normally open (NO) or normally closed
(NC) on the Web interface. To change the input status, refer to 9.2.4 Input Setting.
Figure 6-4
Note: GV-AS410 / 810 does not support input devices of wet contact.
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6.2.3 Connecting Output Devices
Up to 24 output devices can be connected to GV-AS410 / 810. Check if your output device
meets the following absolute maximum ratings before connecting it to output terminal block.
Outputs
Outputs 1-16
Outputs 17-24
Breakdown Voltage
110V AC – 250V AC, 30V DC
30V DC
Continuous Load Current
3A (AC), 3A (DC)
1A
Note: Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which damage to GVAS410 / 810 circuit board may occur. Continuous operation at the absolute rating level
may affect GV-AS410 / 810’s stability.
To connect an output device:
Connect the (+) point on the output device to COM on GV-AS410 / 810, connect the two (-)
points of the output device and the external power supply together, and connect the (+) point
on the external power supply to the NO or NC of GV-AS410 / 810 based on the state of the
output device.
Figure 6-5
Note: If instead of connecting an external power supply, you want to connect the output
devices to the power outputs on the GV-AS410 / 810, note that the maximum current of the
voltage output is 12V, 0.9A.
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6.2.4 Connecting Backup Battery
You can connect any battery of 12V 12Ah to GV-AS410 / 810 to provide backup power when
the main power supply fails. When the main power supply is removed and the battery
voltage level is above 10.2V, the Discharging LED will light and the battery will support
normal operation of the GV-AS410 / 810.
Figure 6-6
6.2.5 Connecting the Power
You can connect GV-AS410 / 810 to power directly using the supplied 12V DC adaptor.
After power is connected, the power LED on GV-AS410 / 810 should glow.
Note: Power should only be applied to the unit when all connections are completed and
tested.
Figure 6-7
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6.2.6 Connecting the PC
Connecting GV-AS410 / 810 to a computer allows you to access its Web interface and
connect it to GV-ASManager if the computer is installed with GV-ASManager. The computer
running GV-ASManager software can be used to monitor the access information and alarm
messages from GV-AS410 / 810. If connection with GV-ASManager is interrupted, GVAS410 / 810 stores this information on the supplied micro SD card. The data stored will be
sent to GV-ASManager when connection resumes.
Micro SD
Network
Ethernet
GV-AS410 / 810
GND
IN16
IN15
GND
IN14
IN13
PC
Figure 6-8
Note: GV-AS410 / 810 is only compatible with GV-ASManager V4.0 or later.
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6.3 Other Settings
6.3.1 Web Setting Switch
When the Web Setting switch is set to the ON position, you can modify Advanced Settings
and Extended Reader settings of GV-AS410 / 810 through its Web interfaces. When the
switch is set to the OFF position, Advanced Settings and Extended Reader settings are not
accessible. For details on Advanced Settings and Extended Reader settings, see 8.2
Advanced Settings and 9.3.1 Extended Reader.
Figure 6-9
6.3.2 Resetting the GV-AS410 / 810
To reset GV-AS410 / 810, press the Reset button on the right side of GV-AS410 / 810 circuit
board for three seconds.
Ethernet
OUT21 OUT24
GND
IN16
IN15
GND
IN14
IN13
OUT22 OUT23
J14
Reset
Button
GND
IN12
IN11
GND
IN10
IN09
Figure 6-10
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6.3.3 Restoring Factory Defaults
To restore GV-AS410 / 810 to factory default settings, press the Default button for 10
seconds.
Figure 6-11
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6.4 The Web Interface
You can install GV-AS410 / 810 on a network and configure GV-AS410 / 810 through its
Web interface.
Refer to Chapter 8 Installing on a Network for detailed instructions on setting up a fixed or
dynamic IP address to access GV-AS410 / 810.
Refer to Chapter 9 The Web Interface for details on the setup pages of the Web interface.
Through the Web interface, you can configure general settings, input/output devices,
associated doors/gates and connected readers.
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6.5 GV-AS410 / 810 Specifications
CPU
32-bit ARM7TDMI
Number of User Cards
40,000 cards
Event Buffer
1,000,000 events and log data
Power
100~250V AC, 50~60Hz
RS-485 Interface
1 RS-485 interface only for GV-Readers and GV-GF
Fingerprint Readers (max. 8 readers)
Wiegand Interface
8 Wiegand interfaces, 26 ~ 64 bit format
12V DC power supply, 200mA
Communication
TCP/IP
Input
16 inputs, dry contact, NO/NC
Output
24 relay outputs (30VDC, 3A; 110V AC ~ 250V AC, 3A)
Operating Temperature
0 ~ 65°C / 32 ~ 149°F
Operating Humidity
10% ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)
Dimensions (W X H X D)
210 x 187 x 40 mm / 8.27 x 7.36 x 1.57 in
Weight
900 g / 2 lb
Certification
CE, FCC, RoHS
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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7. GV-EV48 Controller
7.1 Introduction
GV-EV48 is an elevator controller designed to control access of 1 elevator with a maximum
of 48 floors. Up to 2 GV-Readers / GV-GF Fingerprint Readers can be connected to GVEV48 using RS-485 connection and network connection. GV-EV48 can recognize
identification cards and grant access to the authorized floors only.
7.1.1 Main Features
•
Grant access to specific elevator floors using access cards, card’s PIN code or
fingerprints
•
GV-EV48 – 24 Floors: Built-in 24 relay outputs to support up to 24 elevator floors
•
GV-EV48 – 48 Floors: Built-in 48 relay outputs to support up to 48 elevator floors
•
Support up to 2 GV-Readers / GV-GF Fingerprint Readers through network connection
and RS-485 connection
7.1.2 Packing List
•
GV-EV48 – 24 Floors / 48 Floors
•
Power Adaptor 12V DC / 3A
•
Power Cord
•
Battery Cable
•
Micro SD Card 2 GB
•
GV-ASManager Software DVD
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7.1.3 GV-EV48 Board Layout
Figure 7-1
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7.2 Installation
7.2.1 Connecting RS-485 Card Readers
With a single RS-485 cable, you can connect up to 2 GV-Readers and / or GV-GF
Fingerprint Readers to the RS-485 interface on GV-EV48.
Up to 2 GV-Readers and
GV-GF Fingerprint Readers
B+ BNot funct.
2 1
NO
Load
BA
Default
Terminal
Resistor
B- B+ A- A+
RS485
Figure 7-2
To connect to GV-CR420 or GV-GF1921 / 1922 through network connection, refer to 9.3.1
Extended Reader for details.
Note: When the RS-485 connection between GV-EV48 and the reader is over 600 meters,
turn ON the RS485 A Terminal switch to avoid unstable signals. RS485_B Terminal
Resister is not functional.
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7.2.2 Connecting Output Relay
Up to 24 output relays can be connected to the GV-EV48-24 Floors to control up to 24
elevator floors. Up to 48 output relays can be connected to the GV-EV48-48 Floors to control
up to 48 elevator floors. Each output relay is set to control access to a corresponding floor in
the elevator.
To connect output relay:
Connect the output relay on the GV-EV48 to the corresponding floor on the elevator control
panel. Next, connect the COM on the GV-EV48 to the COM on the elevator control panel.
IO Board
Connector
OUT3
OUT1
OUT4
COM
3/4
OUT7
OUT2
COM
1/2
OUT5
OUT8
COM
7/8
OUT6
COM
5/6
1F
2F
3F
4F
Elevator
Control Panel
COM
OUT11 OUT9
OUT12 OUT10
COM
COM
11/12
9/10
OUT15 OUT13
OUT16 OUT14
COM
COM
15/16 13/14
Figure 7-3
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7.2.3 Connecting Backup Battery
Using the supplied battery cable, you can connect any battery of 12V 12Ah to GV-EV48 to
provide backup power when the main power supply fails. When the main power supply is
removed and the battery voltage level is above 10.2V, the Discharging LED will light and the
battery will support normal operation of the GV-EV48.
Figure 7-4
7.2.4 Connecting the Power
You can connect GV-EV48 to power directly using the supplied 12V DC adaptor. After power
is connected, the power LED on GV-EV48 should glow.
Note: Power should only be applied to the unit when all connections are completed and
tested.
Figure 7-5
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7.2.5 Connecting the PC
Connecting GV-EV48 to a computer allows you to access its Web interface and connects it
to GV-ASManager if the computer is installed with GV-ASManager. The computer running
GV-ASManager software can be used to monitor access information from GV-EV48. If
connection with GV-ASManager is interrupted, GV-EV48 stores this information on the
supplied micro SD card. The data stored will be sent to GV-ASManager when connection
resumes.
Figure 7-6
Note: GV-EV48 is only compatible with GV-ASManager V4.1 or later.
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7.3 Other Settings
7.3.1 Web Setting Switch
When the Web Setting switch is set to the ON position, you can modify Advanced Settings
and Extended Reader settings of GV-EV48 through its Web interfaces. When the switch is
set to the OFF position, Advanced Settings and Extended Reader settings are not
accessible. For details on Advanced Settings and Extended Reader settings, see 9.2
Advanced Settings and 9.3.1 Extended Reader.
Figure 7-7
7.3.2 Resetting the GV-EV48
To reset GV-EV48, press the Reset button on the right side of GV-EV48 circuit board for
three seconds.
Figure 7-8
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7.3.3 Restoring Factory Defaults
To restore GV-EV48 to factory default settings, press the Default button for 10 seconds.
Figure 7-9
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7.4 The Web Interface
You can install GV-EV48 on a network and configure GV-EV48 through its Web interface.
Refer to Chapter 8 Installing on a Network for detailed instructions on setting up a fixed or
dynamic IP address to access GV-EV48.
Refer to Chapter 9 The Web Interface for details on the setup pages of the Web interface.
Through the Web interface, you can configure general settings, specify which floors are
restricted and establish connection with associated readers.
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7.5 GV-EV48 Specifications
CPU
32-bit ARM7TDMI
Number of User Cards
40,000 cards
Event Buffer
1,000,000 events and log data
Power
100~250V AC, 50~60 Hz
RS-485 Interface
1 RS-485 interface only for GV-Readers and GV-GF
Fingerprint Readers (max. 2 readers)
Communication
TCP/IP
Output
GV-EV48-24 Floors
24 relay outputs (30VDC, 1A; 125V AC, 0.3A)
GV-EV48-48 Floors
48 relay outputs (30VDC, 1A; 125V AC, 0.3A)
Operating Temperature
0 ~ 65°C / 32 ~ 149°F
Operating Humidity
10% ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)
Dimensions (W X H X D)
210 x 170 x 55 mm / 8.27 x 6.69 x 2.17 in
Weight
610 g / 1.34 lb
Certification
CE, FCC, RoHS
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Installing on a Network
You can install GV-AS210 / 400 / 410 / 810 and GV-EV48 on a network and set up general
settings, doors/gates/elevators, readers, and input/output devices through its Web interface.
Through the network connection, you can also connect GV-AS / GV-EV Controller to GVASManager for more comprehensive management.
Note: To access the Web interface of GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 and allow communication with
GV-ASManager over the network, a GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet is required. Refer to Chapter
10 Optional Devices for more details.
The GV-AS / GV-EV Controller must first be assigned an IP address to make it accessible
on the network.
1.
Connect the network cable to the Ethernet port on GV-AS / GV-EV Controller.
2.
Use a computer on the same LAN with the controller to assign an IP address.
• The default address is https://192.168.0.100
• The default Username and Password for login are admin
Note the computer used to set the IP address must be on the same network or subnet
sequence assigned to the controller.
3.
GV-AS / GV-EV Controller is able to support two network environments: Fixed IP for a
static IP address and DHCP for a dynamic IP address assigned by an ISP or DHCP
server. Based on your network environment, refer to the next two sections for setup.
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8.1 Fixed IP Connection
If your network environment supports a static IP address, the wiring is illustrated as below:
Figure 8-1
To assign the GV-AS / GV-EV Controller to a fixed IP:
1. Open an Internet browser, and type the default IP address https://192.168.0.100. This
dialog box appears.
Figure 8-2
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2. Click default value admin for both User name and Password, and click OK. This page
appears.
Figure 8-3
3. In the DHCP Client section, click Disable. Type the static IP address information,
including IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and Domain Name Server.
4. Click Submit. When the setting is complete, the Status field will indicate Register
Success. Then GV-AS / GV-EV Controller can be accessed with this fixed IP address.
Note: If you like to use the domain name instead of IP address, you may use Domain
Name Service as well. For details on domain name service, see 7.2 DHCP Connection.
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8.2 DHCP Connection
If your network environment is using the dynamic IP address from a DHCP server, use one
of the following DDNS servers to map a dynamic IP address to a static domain name or
device name:
•
For LAN connection, GV LocalDDNS Server is provided.
•
For Internet connection, two DDNS servers are supported: GeoVision DDNS Server and
Dynamic Network Services Inc. (DynDNS).
8.2.1 Connection over LAN
GeoVision’s GV LocalDDNS Server can map the changing IP address of your controller to
a device name, allowing you to access the controller using the device name.
The Local DDNS Server can be installed in either GV-ASManager or a separate computer.
The wiring of the LocalDDNS application is illustrated as below.
Figure 8-4
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Installing LocalDDNS Server
To install the LocalDDNS Server in a computer, insert the Software DVD. It will run
automatically and a window appears. Select Install GeoVision Access Control System,
click GeoVision Dynamic DNS Service and follow the on-screen instructions.
After Installation, the program will be minimized to the system tray.
Configuring Controller on LAN
After running the LocalDDNS Server, configure the controller on LAN:
1. Open an Internet browser, and type the default IP address https://192.168.0.100. The
login dialog box (Figure 8-2) appears.
2. In the User Name and Password fields, type default value admin and admin
respectively. Click OK. The Network Configuration page (Figure 8-5) appears.
3. Click Enable, and select Send to Local DDNS.
4. In the Server IP fields, type the IP address of the LocalDDNS Server.
5. In the Device Name field, keep the default setting or change it to match that of the GVASManager.
Figure 8-5
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6. Click Submit to send the information to the LocalDDNS Server. When the setting is
complete, the Status field will indicate: Register Success. Then the controller can be
accessed with the device name.
Note:
1. The default value of Device Name is user. If more than one controller is connected to
the GV-ASManager, assign each controller a different device name.
2. To access the Device Name on GV-ASManager, open the Controller Setup dialog box,
and select LocalDDNS in the Network drop-down list.
Figure 8-6
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8.2.2 Connection over Internet
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) provides another way of accessing GV-AS / GV-EV
Controller when using a dynamic IP. DDNS assigns a domain name to the controller, so the
GV-ASManager can always access the controller by using the domain name.
To enable the DDNS function, you should first apply for a domain name from the website of
the DDNS service provider. There are 2 providers listed in the controller: GeoVision DDNS
Server and DynDNS.org. To register at the GeoVision DDNS Server, see the following
instructions. For details on DynDNS, please consult them at www.dyndns.org.
Figure 8-7
Registering a DDNS Domain Name
To obtain a domain name from the GeoVision DDNS Server:
1. Click the GeoVision DDNS button on the Network Configuration page (Figure 8-5). Or
open an Internet browser, and type the Web address
http://ns.dipmap.com/register.aspx. This page appears.
Figure 8-8
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2. In the Username field, type a name. Username can be up to 16 characters with the
choices of “a ~ z”, “0 ~9”, and “-”. Note that space or “-” cannot be used as the first
character.
3. In the Password filed, type a password. Passwords are case-sensitive and must be at
least 6 characters. Type the password again in the Re-type Password field for
confirmation.
4. In the Word Verification section, type the characters or numbers shown in the box. For
example, type i8UCY in the required field. Word Verification is not case-sensitive.
5. Click the Send button. When the registration is complete, this page will appear. The
Hostname is the domain name, consisting of the registered username and
“dipmap.com”, e.g. somerset01.dipmap.com.
Figure 8-9
Note: The registered username will be invalid when it is not used for one month.
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Configuring the GV-AS / GV-EV Controller on Internet
After acquiring a domain name from the DDNS Server, you need to configure the registered
domain name on the controller to access the controller by the domain name on Internet.
1. Open an Internet browser, and type the default IP address https://192.168.0.100. The
login dialog box (Figure 8-2) appears.
2. In the User Name and Password fields, type default value admin and admin
respectively. Click OK. The Network Configuration page (Figure 8-10) appears.
3. Click Enable, and select Send to DDNS.
4. Type Host Name, User Name and Password that are registered on the DDNS Server. If
you select GeoVision DDNS, the system will automatically bring up the Host Name.
Figure 8-10
5. Click Submit. When the setting is complete, the Status field will indicate: Register
Success. Then GV-AS / GV-EV Controller can be accessed with the domain name.
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The Web Interface
After installing the GV-AS / GV-EV Controller on the network, you can configure the
controller settings on the Web interface. The left menu of the Web interface is divided into
three sections: Basic Setting, Advanced Setting and Extended Device. The options
available vary among different controller models.
Figure 9-1
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9.1 Basic Settings
The Basic Settings section covers general system settings, firmware update and user
account settings. For details on Network Setting, refer to Chapter 8 Installing on a Network.
9.1.1 System Setup
In the left menu, click Other Setting. This page appears.
Figure 9-2
„
3DES Code 1-3: Stands for Triple DES (Data Encryption Standard). Type up to three
different keys for data encryption. The default 3DES Code1 is 12345678.
„
Device Port: Keeps the default value 4000. Or modify it to match that of GV-ASManager.
„
SD Card: Indicates capacity of the SD card inserted and allows you to format the SD
card. This function is only available for GV-AS210 / 410 / 810.
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Mac Address: Indicates the MAC address of the network medium.
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Firmware Version: Indicates the current firmware version of the controller.
„
Reboot System: Performs a warm boot of the controller. This operation will keep the
current configuration.
„
Default Value: Resets all configuration parameters to their factory settings. This may
take 5 seconds to complete.
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9.1.2 Upgrading Firmware
Follow the steps below to update the firmware of the controller.
To upgrade the firmware of GV-AS400, an extra step is required. You need to prepare a
Jumper and plug it into JP7, or plug GV-ASKeypad to GV-AS400.
Figure 9-3
To Upgrade Firmware:
1. In the left menu, click Firmware Update. This page appears.
Figure 9-4
2. Click the Browse… button to open the firmware file (*.bin)
3. Click the Upload button. This update procedure may take 60 seconds to complete.
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4. When the Update is complete, a dialog box appears and asks you to reboot the system.
Figure 9-5
5. Click OK. The controller starts the Reboot operation.
Note:
1.
Make sure the controller remains powered on during the firmware upgrade.
2.
It is required to reboot controller after firmware update. Without rebooting, the
firmware update is not complete.
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9.1.3 Changing Login ID and Password
To change the login ID and password:
1. In the left menu, click Account Setting.
2. On the Security Configuration page, modify the login name and password. The password
is case sensitive and is limited to alphabets and numbers.
Figure 9-6
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9.2 Advanced Settings
To configure the Advanced Setting on the Web interface, set the Web Setting switch on the
GV-AS / GV-EV Controller to ON. See the Web Setting Switch section of each controller
chapter.
Under Advanced Settings, you can configure door/Wiegand settings, turn on Alarms, set the
device time and edit the input/output functions.
For GV-AS210 / 400 / 410 / 810, the changes in some of the Advanced Settings page will
affect the options available on other pages. Below is a diagram drawing the relationships
between each Advanced Settings page.
The Relationship Diagram between each Advanced Setting Page
Figure 9-7
Note: The Urgent Card setting page is only available for GV-AS400.
For GV-EV48, the options available in Advanced Settings page are fixed. Only the following
setting pages are available:
Figure 9-8
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9.2.1 Function Setting
In the left menu, click Function Setting. The Function Configuration page appears. The
number of door/gate settings or elevator settings available varies among different models.
Figure 9-9
Note: For GV-EV48, only the ID and the Authentication Mode settings are available.
[ID]
Enter the ID number for the controller. This ID is used by GV-ASManager to differentiate
among multiple units of controller. ID number can only be between 1 and 255.
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[Door/Gate #] [Elevator]
Select the function type and authentication mode for the use of the Doors/Gates. For GVEV48, select an authentication mode to apply to all floors of the elevator.
„
Function: Select the function for the reader connected to the Door/Gate.
 Door Control: The reader is installed in a general door for access control.
 Parking Control: The reader is installed in a parking place for access control.
 Elevator Control: The reader is installed in an elevator for access control.
„
Authentication Mode: Select the authentication mode for the Doors/Gates or Elevator.
 Local Unlock Mode: Remains open. The held-open state cannot be cleared
through GV-ASManager.
 Local Lock Mode: Remains locked. The locked state cannot be cleared through
GV-ASManager.
 Fixed Card Mode: Gants access after the card is presented and ignores the
authentication schedule of GV-ASManager.
 Fixed Card + PIN Mode: Grants access after the user presents the card and enters
the card’s PIN code, and ignores the authentication schedule of GV-ASManager.
 Fixed Card/Common mode: Grants access after the user presents the card or
enters the door’s password, and ignores the authentication schedule of GVASManager.
 Authentication Schedule Mode: Follows the authentication schedule set on GVASManager.
[Anti-Passback]
This option lets you set the Anti-Passback function across multiple door controllers. The AntiPassback means that a card used on an entry door cannot access the same entry door again
unless it has been used on a corresponding exit door. For details on setup, see Chapter 6
Anti-Passback on GV-ASManager User’s Manual.
„
Enable/Disable: Enables or disables the Anti-Passback function.
„
Info IP: Enter the IP address of the next corresponding controller.
Click Submit button to save the changes, or click Cancel button to return the changes to its
previous state.
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9.2.2 Parameter Setting
In the left menu, click Parameter Setting for GV-AS210 / 400 / 410 / 810 or click Elevator
Parameter for GV-EV48. The Parameter Configuration page appears.
IMPORTANT: Once connecting to GV-AS / GV-EV Controller, GV-ASManager will load its
parameters to the controller. That means some of the Parameter Settings you have
configured here may be overwritten by GV-ASManager later.
9.2.2.A GV-AS210 / 400 / 410 / 810
The contents of Parameter Setting change based on your settings for Door/Gate # in the
Function Setting page (Figure 9-9). The number of door/gate settings available varies
among different models.
Figure 9-10
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[Interlock] When the option is enabled, the two mentioned doors will be interlocked,
allowing only one door to be opened at a time.
Note: The Interlock function is not available on GV-AS210 / 410 / 810.
[Events]
Set the parameters for the events.
•
When Door Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 9-9), these
options become available:
•
Option
Description
Anti-Passback
Enables or disables the Anti-Passback function.
Lock Reset Time
Sets the time (1 to 255 sec.) that a door remains open after which
the door will automatically be locked.
Held Open Time
Sets the time (5 to 9999 sec.) that a door can be held open before
an alarm is generated.
Fire Action
Locks or unlocks the door when a fire condition occurs. Otherwise,
remains the door’s current state by selecting Unchanged.
Alarm Continuous
Time
Sets the time (1 to 10 sec.) that the alarm will continuously go off
before it ends.
When Parking Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 9-9), these
options become available:
Option
Description
Anti-Passback
See the same option above.
Relay On Time
Sets the time (1 to 255 sec.) that a gate remains open after which
the gate will automatically be closed.
Held Open Time
See the same option above.
Fire Action
Alarm Continuous
Time
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•
When Elevator Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 9-9), these
options become available:
Option
Description
Relay on Time
See the same option above.
Fire Action
Alarm Continuous
Time
See the same option above.
[Alarm]
Select Yes or No to enable or disable the alarm function. If you have defined the alarm
conditions in the Input Setting page (Figure 9-14), remember to activate the corresponding
alarms here; otherwise, even though the alarm conditions are met, the expected alarm will
not be triggered. The default settings for all the alarms are set to NO.
Note: The Tailgating alarm is currently not functional.
•
When Door Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 9-9), these
options become available:
Option
Description
Held Open
This alarm activates whenever the door is held open over the set
period of time.
Forced Open
This alarm activates whenever the door is opened by force.
Fire Alarm
This alarm activates whenever fire is detected.
Access Denied
This alarm activates whenever entry is denied due to using the
wrong card or entering the wrong password.
Tamper
This alarm activates whenever vandalism occurs, e.g. the opening
of controller’s cabinet.
•
When Parking Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 9-9), these
options become available:
Option
Description
Held Open
See the same option above.
Tamper
Fire Alarm
Access Denied
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When Elevator Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 9-9), these
options become available:
Option
Description
Tamper
See the same option above.
Fire Alarm
Access Denied
[Common Password]
When Fixed Card/Common Mode is selected as Authentication Mode in the Function
Setting page (Figure 9-9), you can gain access by using a card or entering this Common
Password (door’s password).
Figure 9-11
Click Submit button to save the changes, or click Cancel button to return the changes to its
previous state.
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9.2.2.B GV-EV48
The Parameter Setting page allows you to specify which elevator floors are restricted.
Figure 9-12
[Events]
• Relay On Time: Type a time period between 1-255 seconds. After access is granted by
swiping a card or entering the password, the elevator button will remain accessible for
the time period specified. After the specified time period, the elevator buttons for
restricted floors will be locked again.
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[Common Password]
When Fixed Card/Common Mode is selected as Authentication Mode in the Function
Setting page (Figure 9-9), you can gain access by using a card or entering this Common
Password (elevator’s password).
Note: Users typing the correct Common Password will be granted access to all floors
enabled on GV-ASManager. To apply access control to specified floors, you will need to
use the identification card or type the card’s PIN code.
[Unmanaged Output]
Elevator floors of the selected output pins will be unrestricted and accessible without card or
password. Authentication Mode configured in Function Setting page will only be applied
to output pins that are not selected. To select all output pins or to clear all selections, click
Toggle All.
Note: For GV-EV48-24 Floors, output pins 25-48 are not functional.
Click Submit button to save the changes, or click Cancel button to return the changes to its
previous state.
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9.2.3 Time Setting
In the left menu, click Time Setting to set up system time, local time and daylight saving
time period.
Figure 9-13
[System Local Time]
„
Local Time: Displays the current date and time of the controller.
„
Time Zone: Displays the current time zone of the controller.
[Local Time]
„
Disable: Disable the manual configuration of time and date.
„
Setup: Enable the manual configuration of Time Zone, Date and Time for the controller.
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[Daylight Savings Time (DST)]
„
Disable: Disable the manual configuration of DST.
„
Time Zone: Enable the manual configuration of DST by setting the Start Time and Stop
Time for the DST period.
Click Submit button to save the changes, or click Cancel button to return the changes to its
previous state.
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9.2.4 Input Setting
In the left menu, click Input Setting to define the input devices connected to the GV-AS
Controller. The number of input devices supported varies among different models.
Note: The Input Setting page is not available for GV-EV48.
Figure 9-14
Here you can name and set the input state to trigger actions by selecting NO (Normally
Open) or NC (Normally Closed). Normally open circuits connect the circuit when input is
triggered and normally closed circuits disconnect the circuit when input is triggered.
Note: The NO / NC option is only available for GV-AS210 / 410 / 810. For GV-AS400,
inputs can be set to NO or NC using a physical switch on the GV-AS400 board. Input
devices connected to GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 will use NO (Normally Open) circuit.
Figure 9-15
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Input Type: Configure the input type. Input Type defines the type of sensor that is
connected to the input of GV-AS Controller. Options available for the input type change
based on your settings of Door/Gate # in the Function Setting page (Figure 9-9).
2.
Input Function: Configure the input function. Options available for the input function
change based on the settings of Input Type above.
Input Type
Input Function
Description
Normal Input
Enable Latch
The Normal Input is used for a normal
detection mode in which the input is set to
trigger an output. Instead of constant output
alarm in N/O and N/C, the Enable Latch
option provides a momentary alarm when
triggered.
Disable Latch
Door #
Fire Zone
Tamper Zone
Exit Button
Door Contact
Depending on the type of sensor and the
location where it is installed, select the most
suitable Input Function name to describe the
sensor. When the sensor is activated, an
alarm event may occur and it can also trigger
alarms. For the type of alarm, see [Alarm],
8.2.2 Parameter Setting.
For example, when the Door Contact sensor
detects unauthorized access, a “Force Open”
type of event occurs and the event may
trigger the “Force Open” alarm.
Gate #
Fire Zone
See the “Door #” Input Type above.
Tamper Zone
For example, when the Car Detection sensor
detects any car driving by, a “Park Entry” or
“Park Exit” type of event occurs and the
parking gate will respond the event
accordingly.
Exit Button
Car Detection
Relay #
Fire Zone
See the “Door #” Input Type above.
Tamper Zone
For example, the Tamper Zone sensor is
installed on GV-AS Controller. So whenever
there is any attempt to open the GV-AS
Controller’s cabinet, the “Tamper” type of
event occurs and the event may trigger the
“Tamper” alarm.
Note:
1.
For alarm outputs, the corresponding alarms must be enabled (YES) in the Parameter
Setting page (Figure 9-10). If alarms are set to be disabled (NO), then the alarm
function here will not work when triggered.
2.
After upgrading the GV-AS400 from previous firmware versions to version 1.03 or
later, you must first load default to be able to name the sensor inputs.
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9.2.5 Output Setting
In the left menu, click Output Setting. The Output Configuration page appears. The
number of output devices supported varies among different models.
Note: The Output Setting page is not available for GV-EV48.
Figure 9-16
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The Web Interface
Here you can name and define each output device connected to the GV-AS Controller, such
as locking devices and Exit Button. Select from the drop-down list to configure the Output
Type (No. 1, Figure 9-17). Depending on the chosen Output Type, either Output Function
(No. 2, Figure 9-17) or Output Conditions (No. 3, Figure 9-17) will become available.
Figure 9-17
Note: After upgrading GV-AS400 from previous firmware versions to version 1.03 or later,
you must first load default to be able to name the sensor outputs.
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9.2.5.A Output Function Settings
When Output Type (No. 1, Figure 8-15) is set to be Door #, Gate # or Relay #, the options
similar to the figure below become available.
Figure 9-18
Below is the explanation based on the numbers marked on the figure above.
1. Output Type: Configure the output type. Options available for the output type change
based on your settings of Door / Gate # in the Function Setting page (Figure 9-9).
2. Output Function: Configure the output function. Options available for the output
function change based on your setting of Output Type above.
•
When Door # is selected as Output Type, these Output Functions become available:
Output #
Output Type
Output Function
Description
GV-AS210 / 410 /
810: All Outputs
Door #
Electric Lock
Output is triggered when the
correct card is presented to open
the locking device.
Event Alarm
Output is triggered when the
defined alarm events occur.
Entry Card
Output is triggered when the
correct card is presented to enter
the door.
Exit Card
Output is triggered when the
correct card is presented to exit
the door.
Unlock Alarm
Output is triggered when the door
is unlocked.
Beeper
These Output Functions are only
available for Output 9~ 16 of GVAS400 because these outputs on
GV-AS400 cannot accept external
power supply.
GV-AS400:
Output 01 ~ 08
GV-AS400:
Output 09 ~ 16
Door #
Green LED
Red LED
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The Web Interface
When Gate # is selected as Output Type, these Output Functions become available:
Output #
Output Type
Output Function
Description
GV-AS210 / 410 /
810 All Outputs
Gate #
Electric Lock
See the same function above.
Event Alarm
GV-AS400
Output 01 ~ 08
GV-AS400
Output 09 ~ 16
Gate #
Entry Card
Output is triggered when the
correct card is presented to enter
the parking gate.
Exit Card
Output is triggered when the
correct card is presented to exit
the parking gate.
Open Alarm
Output is triggered when the
parking gate is open.
Beeper
See the same function above.
Green LED
Red LED
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When Relay is selected as Output Type, these Output Functions become available:
Output #
Output Type
Output Function
Description
GV-AS210 / 410 /
810: All Outputs
Relay #
Electric Lock
See the same function above.
Event Alarm
GV-AS400
Output 01 ~ 08
GV-AS400
Output 09 ~ 16
Relay #
Entry Card
Output is triggered when the
correct card is presented to enter
the elevator.
Exit Card
Output is triggered when the
correct card is presented to exit
the elevator.
Beeper
See the same function above.
Green LED
Red LED
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9.2.5.B Output Condition Settings
When Output Type (No. 1, Figure 8-15) is set to be Normal, Toggle or Pulse, the options
similar to the figure below become available.
Figure 9-19
There can be a maximum of 4 conditions that can be set up to trigger an output. 2 conditions
are Door/Gate/Relay conditions and 2 conditions are Input/Reader conditions. Each
condition is related to each other through AND/OR. AND means that all conditions with AND
must be triggered before the output is triggered. OR means that only 1 of the condition with
OR is needed to be triggered before the output is triggered. It is also valid to have certain
conditions as AND and certain conditions as OR.
For Pulse output type, the output is triggered for the amount of time set in the Sec field
(seconds).
In the Output Condition settings, these Output Type and Output Condition become
available:
Output Type
Output Condition
Door #
Gate #
Relay #
Input/Reader
Normal
Access Granted
Access Granted
Access Granted
Toggle
Access Denied
Access Denied
Access Denied
Fire Alarm
Fire Alarm
Fire Alarm
Tamper
Tamper
Tamper
Duress Event
Duress Event
Duress Event
Select None to
disable the
condition, or
select an Input,
Wiegand, or
Reader to
trigger the
output.
Held Open
Held Open
Forced Open
Forced Open
Exit Button
Exit Button
Door Contact
Car Detection
Pulse
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The Web Interface
Click Reset button to return the Normal, Toggle or Pulse triggered state to be normal.
Note: The Reset button is more commonly used for the Toggle output because once
triggered, the output will go on forever. A Reset button is needed to turn it off.
Click Submit button to save the changes, or click Cancel button to return the changes to its
previous state.
9.2.6 Wiegand Function
In the left menu, click Wiegand Setting to define the connected Wiegand readers. The
number of Wiegand devices supported varies among different models.
Note: The Wiegand Function setting page is not available for GV-EV48.
Use the drop-down list to select the location where the Wiegand reader is installed.
Figure 9-20
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9.2.7 Urgent Card
In the left menu, click Urgent Card. When the lithium battery on GV-AS400 runs out of
power for more than 10 hours, GV-AS400 will be restored to default settings, causing access
to be denied. When this happens, you can use the Urgent Cards added to the list below to
be granted access.
Note: The Urgent Card setting page is only available for GV-AS400.
To set an access card to be an Urgent Card, type the card number in the Card Number field.
Up to 16 Urgent Cards can be added.
Figure 9-21
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The Web Interface
9.3 Extended Device
You can define the GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers connected to GV-AS / GVEV Controller through RS-485 or network connection. For GV-AS400, you can set up the
GV-I/O Box connected.
Note:
1.
GV-I/O Box is only supported for GV-AS400.
2.
The Tailgating Setting page is currently not functional.
9.3.1 Extended Reader
In the left menu, click Extended Reader. This page appears.
Figure 9-22
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[GV-Reader / CR420 / GF1921 / 1922 Function] Define the readers connected to the
controller, and then use the Function drop-down list to select the door associated with the
reader.
•
GV-RK1352 / R1352 / DFR1352: Select the RS-485 checkbox and type the Serial
Number of the reader. Note that the ID number located next to the serial number field
need to match the reader’s ID number defined through the GV-RK1352 Config AP.
•
GV-Reader 1251 / Reader 1352 V2: Select the RS-485 checkbox and leave the serial
number field blank. Note that the ID number located next to the serial number field need
to match the reader’s ID number defined by the dip switches on the reader.
•
GV-GF1921 / GF1922: Type the MAC address of the fingerprint reader and do not
select the RS-485 checkbox.
•
GV-CR420: Select the RS-485 checkbox only if the GV-CR420 is connected to the
controller through RS-485 connection. If the reader is using network connection, do not
check the RS485 box. Type the MAC address of GV-CR420 if you using the latest GVCR420 firmware. Refer to the note below if you are using firmware V1.0.
GeoFinger Server IP Address: To allow GV-ASManager to receive data from the GVGF1921 / 1922 defined on this page during remote fingerprint enrollment, type the IP
address and port of the GV-ASManager’s GeoFinger Server. You can also complete this
step on the Web interface of each GV-GF1921 / 1922 individually as shown below.
Figure 9-23
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Note:
1.
To allow network connection, you must also enable network connection to the
controller on the Web interface of the GV-CR420 or GV-GF1921 / 1922.
2.
Refer to the table for connecting GV-CR420 and GV-AS Controllers through network.
GV-AS210 / 410 / 810 V1.1 or later
GV-EV48 V1.0 or later
CR420 V1.0
CR420 V1.01
Not Supported
MAC Address
Barcode
Not Supported
GV-AS210 / 810 V1.0
GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 with ASBox / ASNet
GV-AS400
[GF1901 / GF1902 / GF1911 / GF1912 Function] Define the GV-GF1901 / 1902 / 1911 /
1912 connected to the controller.
•
GV-GF1901 / GF1902: Select the RS-485 checkbox and type the XID Number located
on the back of the reader.
•
GV-GF1911 / GF1912: Select the RS-485 checkbox only if the GV-GF1911 / 1912 is
connected to the controller through RS-485 connection. If the reader is using network
connection, do not check the RS485 box. Type the XID Number located on the back of
the reader.
Click Submit to detect the readers. If the reader is detected, the Connection Status field
will be green.
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9.3.2 Extended I/O
In the left menu, click Extended I/O. The Extended I/O Configuration page appears. The
page defines the inputs and outputs on the GV-I/O Box which is connected to GV-AS400.
The options in this page are the same as those mentioned in Input Setting and Output
Setting pages.
Note: The Extended I/O setting page is only available for GV-AS400.
Figure 9-24
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10. Optional Devices
10.1 Optional GV-ASBox
The optional GV-ASBox is the I/O and network expansion module for GV-AS100, GV-AS110
and GV-AS120. With the GV-ASBox, additional network connectivity, 8 inputs, 8 outputs and
1 Wiegand reader can be added to GV-AS100, GV-AS110 or GV-AS120.
10.1.1 Main Features
•
Add TCP/IP networking capability to GV-AS100 / 110 / 120
•
Extend GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 from 1-door to 2-door controller
•
Support 1 Wiegand reader of 26 to 64 bits
•
Support 8 digital inputs and 8 relay outputs
•
4 special outputs for lighting control and energy saving
•
Access GV-AS100 / 110 / 120’s features through Web-based interfaces
•
Route digital I/O controls from GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 to avoid tamper and enhance
security level
•
Support 4 units of GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers
10.1.2 Packing List
•
GV-ASBox
•
Power Adaptor 12V DC
•
Power Cord
•
Battery power cable
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Default
COM8
Web Setting
NO8
GV-AS100/110/120
GV-Readers
SW1
COM7
NC7
GND
12V
NO6
Reset EN
Weigand
Ethernet
NC5
COM6
NC6
NO7
ON
OFF
1 2
COM5
12V
D0
D1
GND
A+
AB+
BRS-485_A TERM
RS-485_B TERM
Battery
RS-485
+
Com.B
Com.B
DI8
DI7
DI6
DI5
Com.A
Com.A
DI4
DI3
DI2
DI1
NC4
COM4
NO4
NC3
COM3
NO3
NC2
COM2
NO2
NC1
NO1
COM1
12V
12V
GND
GND
ON
NO5
Optional Devices
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10.1.3 GV-ASBox Board Layout
NC8
Figure 10-1
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10.1.4 Installation
This section describes how to connect other devices to GV-ASBox.
10.1.4.A Connecting GV-AS100 / 110 / 120
The table and figure below show the pin assignments of related connectors on GV-ASBox
for connection to GV-AS100, GV-AS110 and GV-AS120.
A+
AB+
BGND
12V
GV-AS100/110/120
GV-Readers
RS-485_A TERM
RS-485_B TERM
Figure 10-2
Pin
Function
Pin
Function
Pin
Function
12V
12V Power Supply to
GV-AS100/110/120
A+
GV-AS100/110/120
Connection
B+
GV-Readers
Connection
GND
GND for Power Supply to
GV-AS100/110/120
A-
GV-AS100/110/120
Connection
B-
GV-Readers
Connection
Note:
1.
By default, RS-485_A Term and RS-485_B Term are set to OFF.
2.
When the distance between the GV-ASBox and the GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 is over 600
meters, RS-485_A Term must be switched to ON. When the distance between the GVASBox and the GV-Readers is over 600 meters, RS-485_B Term must be switched to
ON.
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10.1.4.B Connecting a Wiegand Reader
GV-ASBox provides one Wiegand input for connection of the Wiegand-compatible reader
ranging from 26 to 64 bits. The connected Wiegand reader can either work with GV-AS100
/GV-AS110/GV-AS120 to carry out entry and exit applications on a single door, or be
installed on another door for the two-door application.
The table below shows the pin assignments of the Wiegand input on GV-ASBox. Please
consult the documentation of your Wiegand reader for wiring.
Pin
Function
GND
GND for the Power Supply
D0
Wiegand Data 0
D1
Wiegand Data 1
12V
12V Power Supply
To define the reader, you need to use the GV-AS100/GV-AS110/GV-AS120 Web interface.
See 10.3.2.B Parameter Setting.
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10.1.4.C Connecting GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers
You can connect up to 4 units of GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers to GVASBox. Multiple GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers can be connected with a
single RS-485 cable to separate RS-485 interfaces on GV-ASBox.
Since Wiegand communication distance is shorter than RS-485’s, you can choose GVReader and GV-GF Fingerprint Reader supporting RS-485 communication to add another
door control and meet the need of long-distance installation.
Use the RS-485 B+ B- to connect to GV-Readers and use the RS-485 interface to connect
GV-GF Fingerprint Readers. Refer to the figure below to see where the RS-485 interfaces
are located. When multiple readers are connected together, an extra power supply to each
unit is required. Use the auxiliary power output of 12V and GND on GV-ASBox to power on
each unit.
Figure 10-3
To define each GV-Reader and GV-GF Fingerprint Reader, you need to use the GVAS100/GV-AS110/GV-AS120 Web interface. See 10.3.2.G Extended Reader Setting.
Note: The RS-485 connector on GV-ASBox is only designed for the connection of GVReaders and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers.
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10.1.4.D Connecting Input Devices
GV-ASBox provides 8 inputs (DI1 to DI8). All inputs are dry contact and can be configured
as normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC) through the Web interface. The default value
is NO.
The figure below shows the pin assignments of input connectors on GV-ASBox. The 8 inputs
are divided into two terminals. Terminal A consists of DI1 to DI4, and terminal B includes DI5
to DI8. Every terminal has two COM (Common) points; connect the Common wire to any of
the two COM points on the related terminal.
Figure 10-4
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10.1.4.E Connecting Output Devices
GV-ASBox provides 8 outputs and 2 auxiliary power outputs of 12V DC. The outputs are
divided into two groups, outputs 1 ~ 4 and outputs 5 ~ 8. Before connecting, make sure if
your output device meets any of the two different absolute maximum ratings listed below.
Additionally, you can wire the light switch to the outputs 5 ~ 8 for lighting control. When
the access is granted, the light is turned on; when the exit is granted, the light is turned off.
See To combine door access with relay activation below.
Figure 10-5
Outputs 1-4: Absolute Maximum Ratings
Breakdown Voltage
277V AC, 30V DC
Continuous Load Current
5A (NO), 3A (NC)
Note: Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which damage to GVASBox circuit board may occur. Continuous operation of GV-ASBox at the absolute
rating level may affect GV-ASBox reliability.
Outputs 5-8: Absolute Maximum Ratings
Breakdown Voltage
240V AC, 30V DC
Continuous Load Current
16A (NO), 8A (NC)
Note: Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which damage to GVASBox circuit board may occur. Continuous operation of GV-ASBox at the absolute
rating level may affect GV-ASBox reliability.
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To connect an output device:
GV-ASBox provides two auxiliary power outputs of 12V DC at a maximum current of 1A. If
your output device requires higher current, you must have the power supplied from an
external power supply. Connect the (+) point on the output device to COM on GV-ASBox,
connect the (-) points on the output device and the external power supply together, and
connect the (+) point on the external power supply to the NO or NC of GV-ASBox based on
the state of the output device.
Output Device
+
-
External Power
Supply
-
+
NO5
COM5
NC5
NO6
COM6
NC6
Figure 10-6
To combine door access with relay activation:
You can combine door access with relay activation for light control, machine control, etc., so
that these will only be active when access is granted. For example, the light is turned on
when a user is granted access to a room; the light is turned off when the user exits from the
room. For this function, wire the relay switch to output 5 ~ 8.
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10.1.4.F Connecting Backup Battery
You can connect any battery of 12V 12Ah to GV-ASBox to provide backup power when the
main power supply fails. When the main power supply is removed and the battery voltage
level is above 10.2V, the battery will support normal operation of the GV-ASBox.
Figure 10-7
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10.1.4.G Other Settings
The figure below shows the location of the Web Setting Switch, Reset Button and Default
Button.
Reset EN
Default
Figure 10-8
10.1.4.G.a Web Setting Switch
When the Web Setting switch is set to ON, you can modify Advanced Settings of GVAS100, GV-AS110 and GV-AS120 through the Web interface. When the switch is set to
OFF, Advanced Settings are not accessible. For details on Advanced Settings, see 10.3.2
Advanced Settings.
10.1.4.G.b Resetting the GV-ASBox
To reset GV-ASBox, press the Reset EN button on GV-ASBox for 3 seconds.
10.1.4.G.c Restoring Factory Defaults
To restore factory default values, press the Default button on GV-ASBox for 3 seconds. After
this it may take up to 3 minutes to restore GV-ASBox to default values.
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10.1.5 GV-ASBox Specifications
CPU
32-bit ARM7TDMI Microprocessor
Power
100 ~ 240V AC, 50 ~ 60Hz
Battery
12V, 5Ah
RS-485 Interface
2 separate interfaces for GV-Readers and GVGF Fingerprint Readers (Max. 4 readers)
Wiegand Interface
Communication
Protocol
Digital I/O
1 Wiegand interface, 26 ~ 64 bit format
12V DC Power Supply, 200mA
GV-AS100/110/120
RS-485
GV-ASManager
TCP/IP (10/100 Mbps Ethernet)
Input
8 inputs, dry contact, NO / NC
Output
8 outputs
Operating Temperature
0 ~ 65°C / 32 ~ 149°F
Operating Humidity
10% ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)
Board Dimensions (W X H X D)
214 x 206 x 48.5 mm / 8.43 x 8.11 x 1.91 in
Weight
850 g / 1.83 lb
Certification
CE, FCC, RoHS
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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10.2 Optional GV-ASNet
The optional GV-ASNet is the network expansion module for GV-AS100, GV-AS110 and
GV-AS120. With the GV-ASNet, GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 can be connected to the GVASManager and you can access the Web interface of GV-AS100 / 110 / 120.
10.2.1 Main Features
•
Add TCP/IP networking capability to GV-AS100 / 110 / 120
•
Access GV-AS100 / 110 / 120’s features through Web-based interfaces
•
Support 2 units of GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers
10.2.2 Packing List
•
GV-ASNet
•
Power Adaptor 12V DC
•
Power Cord
•
Battery Power Cable
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10.2.3 GV-ASNet Overview
Front View
Rear View
Figure 10-9
No.
Name
Function
1
DC Power Input (12V)
Connects to power supply.
2
Web Setting
Enables the Advanced Settings on Web interface of GVAS100/GV-AS110/GV-AS120.
3
Micro SD
The Micro SD slot is not functional at this point.
4
Ethernet
Connects to the network.
5
12V+/12V- Battery
Power supply for GV-AS100/GV-AS110/GV-AS120.
6
RS485A+/RS485A-
Connects to GV-AS100/GV-AS110/GV-AS120.
7
RS485B+/RS485B-
Connects to GV-Readers.
8
Terminal A/B
Enables RS-485 interface.
9
Default button
Resets all configurations to factory defaults.
10
Power LED
Shows the power source and battery charging status of the
GV-ASNet. See 9.2.4.C Other Settings for more details.
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10.2.4 Installation
This section describes how to connect other devices to GV-ASNet.
10.2.4.A Connecting GV-AS100 / 110 / 120
The table and figure below show the pin assignments of related connectors on the rear view
of the GV-ASNet for connection to GV-AS100 / 110 / 120.
Figure 10-10
Pin
Function
Pin
Function
12V+
12V Power Supply to
GV-AS100 / 110 /120
12V-
GND for Power Supply to
GV-AS100 / 110 / 120
RS485A+
GV-AS100 / 110 / 120
Connection
RS485A-
GV-AS100 / 110 / 120
Connection
Note:
1.
By default, RS-485_A Term and RS-485_B Term are set to OFF.
2.
When the distance between the GV-ASNet and the GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 is over 600
meters, RS-485_A Term must be switched to ON. When the distance between the GVASNet and the GV-Readers is over 600 meters, RS-485_B Term must be switched to
ON.
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10.2.4.B Connecting GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers
You can connect up to 2 units of GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers to GVASNet. Multiple GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers can be connected with a
single RS-485 cable to the RS485 B+ and B- on GV-ASNet. You will need to connect the
GV-Readers or GV-GF Fingerprint Readers to external power supply.
The figure and table shows the pin assignments for related connectors.
Figure 10-11
Pin
Function
RS485B+
GV-Reader / GV-GF
Fingerprint Readers
Connection
Pin
RS485B-
Function
GV-Reader / GV-GF
Fingerprint Readers
Connection
To define each GV-Reader and GV-GF Fingerprint Reader, you need to use the GV-AS100 /
110 / 120 Web interface. See 10.3.2.G Extended Reader.
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10.2.4.C Connecting Backup Battery
You can connect any battery of 12V 12Ah to GV-ASNet to provide backup power when the
main power supply fails. When the main power supply is removed and the battery voltage
level is above 10.2V, the battery will support normal operation of the GV-ASNet.
Figure 10-12
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10.2.4.D Other Settings
The figure below shows the location of the Web Setting Switch, Default Button and Power
Status LED.
Front View
Rear View
Figure 10-13
10.2.4.D.a Web Setting Switch
When the Web Setting switch is set to ON, you can modify Advanced Settings of GVAS100 / 110 / 120 through the Web interface. When the switch is set to OFF, Advanced
Settings are not accessible. For details on Advanced Settings, see 10.3.2 Advanced
Settings.
10.2.4.D.b Restoring Factory Defaults
To restore factory default values, press the Default button on GV-ASNet for 6 seconds. After
this it may take up to 3 minutes to restore GV-ASNet to default values.
10.2.4.D.c Power Status LED
The three LED located on the right of the rear panel indicate the power status of the GVASNet. When the power LED
is red, it indicates that the GV-ASNet is powered. When the
main power source is off and that the GV-ASNet is running on battery, the battery LED
turns green. An orange charging LED
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10.2.5 GV-ASNet Specifications
CPU
32-bit ARM7TDMI Microprocessor
Power
100 ~ 240V AC, 50 ~ 60Hz
Battery
12V, 5Ah and 12V, 12Ah
RS-485 Interface
1 RS-485 interface only for GV-Readers and
GV-GF Fingerprint Readers (Max. 2 readers)
Communication
Protocol
GV-AS100/110/120
RS-485
GV-ASManager
TCP/IP (10/100 Mbps Ethernet)
Operating Temperature
0 ~ 65°C / 32 ~ 149°F
Operating Humidity
10% ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)
Dimensions (W X H X D)
118.3 x 74 x 40 mm / 4.7 x 2.9 x 1.6 in
Weight
300 g / 0.66 lb
Certification
CE, FCC, RoHS
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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10.3 Web Interface through Optional Devices
Through GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet, you can access the GV-AS100 / GV-AS110 / GVAS120’s Web interface. Also through GV-ASBox or GV-ASNet, GV-AS100, GV-AS110 or
GV-AS120 can communicate with GV-ASManager over the network.
GV-ASBox and GV-ASNet must be assigned an IP address to make it accessible on the
network. Refer to Chapter 8 Installing on a Network for detailed instructions.
The Web interface is divided into three sections: Basic Setting, Advanced Setting and
Extended Device.
10.3.1 Basic Setting
The Basic Setting section consists of four setup pages:
Category
Setting
Description
Basic Setting
Network Setting
There are different methods to install GVASBox and GV-ASNet on the network. See
Chapter 8 Installing on a Network.
Other Setting
See 9.1.1 System Setup.
Firmware Upgrade
See 9.1.2 Upgrading Firmware.
Account Setting
See 9.1.3 Changing Login ID and Password.
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10.3.2 Advanced Settings
You can execute and edit door/Wiegand operations and settings, turn on Alarms, view status,
display card information stored in GV-AS100 / 110 / 120, set the device time and edit the
input/output functions.
The changes in some of the Advanced Setting page will effect the options available on other
pages. The diagram below shows the relationships between each Advanced Setting page.
The Relationship Diagram between each Advanced Setting Page
Affects
Affects
Affects
Figure 10-14
Note: The Status Monitor and In/Out Function pages are only available when connecting
through a GV-ASBox.
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10.3.2.A Function Setting
In the left menu, click Function Setting. This AS100/AS110/AS120 Function
Configuration page appears.
Note: The Wiegand settings and Door/Gate B settings are only available when connecting
through GV-ASBox.
Figure 10-15
[ID]
Enter the ID number for GV-AS100, GV-AS110 or GV-AS120. This ID is used by GVASManager to differentiate among multiple units of GV-AS100 / 110 / 120. ID number can
only be between 1 and 255.
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[ASBox Wiegand]
This option is only available for GV-ASBox. Select the function for Wiegand Input on GVASBox from the drop-down list.
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No Function: Wiegand Input is not in use.
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Door/Gate A Entry: Wiegand Input becomes the entry point for Door/Gate A.
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Door/Gate A Exit: Wiegand Input becomes the exit point for Door/Gate A.
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Door/Gate B: Wiegand Input becomes Door/Gate B.
[Door/Gate A]
Select the function type and authentication mode for the use of Door/Gate A.
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Function: Select the function for GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 on Door/Gate A.
 Door Entry Control: Sets GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 as entry reader on the Door A. The
Wiegand reader connected on GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 will be set as exit reader.
 Door Exit Control: Sets GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 as exit reader on the Door A. The
Wiegand reader connected on GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 will be set as entry reader.
 Parking Entry Control: Sets GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 as entry reader on the parking
Gate A.
 Parking Exit Control: Sets GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 as exit reader on the parking
Gate A.
 Elevator Control: GV-AS100 / 110 / 120 is installed in the elevator for access
control.
Note: The Parking Entry Control and Parking Exit Control only work when the sensor
input of Car Detection is activated. When the card is present but the sensor input is not
activated, the message “No Car In Zone” will appear in the GV-AS100 LCD.
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Authentication Mode: Select the authentication mode for the Door/Gate A.
 Local Unlock Mode: Remains open. The held-open state cannot be cleared
through GV-ASManager.
 Local Lock Mode: Remains locked. The locked state cannot be cleared through
GV-ASManager.
 Fixed Card Mode: Grants access after the card is presented, and ignores the
authentication schedule of GV-ASManager.
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 Fixed Card + PIN Mode: Grants access after the user presents the card and then
enters the card’s PIN code, and ignores the authentication schedule of GVASManager.
 Fixed Card/Common mode: Grants access after the user presents the card or
enters the door’s password, and ignores the authentication schedule of GVASManager.
 Authentication Schedule Mode: Follows the authentication schedule set on GVASManager.
[Door/Gate B]
This option is only available for GV-ASBox and only becomes available after Door/Gate B is
selected from the ASBox Wiegand option above.
Select the function type and authentication mode for the use of Door/Gate B. The Function
and Authentication Mode options are the same as those of Door/Gate A. But remember that
the settings here are used to define the Wiegand reader connected to GV-ASBox.
[Anti-Passback]
This setting lets you perform Anti-Passback applications across multiple GV-AS Controllers.
Anti-Passback prevents use of a card to gain successive entries without exit to a controlled
area. For details on setup, see Chapter 6 Anti-Passback on GV-ASManager User’s Manual.
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Enable/Disable: Enables or disables the Anti-Passback function.
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Info IP: Enter the IP address of the next corresponding GV-AS100 / 110 / 120.
[Delete MasterCard]
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Delete: Click the Delete button to delete the current MasterCard information.
Click Submit button to save the changes, or click Cancel button to return the changes to its
previous state.
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10.3.2.B Parameter Setting
In the left menu, click Parameter Setting. This AS100/AS110/AS120 Configuration page
appears. The contents of Parameter Setting change based on your settings for Door/Gate A
and Door/Gate B in the Function Setting page (Figure 10-15).
Note: The Door B settings and Input Name settings are only available when connecting
through GV-ASBox.
Figure 10-16
IMPORTANT: Once connecting to GV-AS100 / 110 / 120, GV-ASManager will load its
parameters to the GV-AS Controller. That means some of the Parameter Settings you have
configured here may be rewritten by GV-ASManager later.
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[Events]
Set the parameters for the events.
Figure 10-17
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When Door Entry/Exit Control or Parking Entry/Exit Control is selected in the
Function Setting page (Figure 10-15), these options become available:
Option
Description
Anti-Passback
Enables or disables the Anti-Passback function. The option is only
available for Door/Gate A.
Gate Open Time
Sets the time (1 to 255 sec.) that a parking gate remains open after
which the gate will automatically be locked. The option is only
available when Parking Entry/Exit Control is selected.
Lock Reset Time
Sets the time (1 to 255 sec.) that a door remains open after which
the door will automatically be locked. The option is only available
when Door Entry/Exit Control is selected.
Held Open Time
Sets the time (5 to 9999 sec.) that a door/gate can be held open
before an alarm is generated.
Fire Action
Locks or unlocks the door/gate when a fire condition occurs.
Otherwise, remains the door’s current state by selecting
Unchanged.
Alarm Continuous
Time
Sets the time (1 to 10 sec.) that the alarm will continuously go off
before it ends.
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When Elevator Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 10-15), these
options become available:
Option
Description
Relay on Time
Sets the time (1 to 255 sec.) that an elevator door remains open
after which the door will automatically be closed.
Fire Action
See the same option above.
Alarm Continuous
Time
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[Alarm]
Select Yes or No to enable or disable the alarm function. If you have defined the alarm
conditions in [Output Function] of the In/Out Function page (Figure 10-23), remember to
activate the corresponding alarms here; otherwise, even though the alarm conditions are
met, the expected alarm will not be triggered. The default settings for all the alarms are set
to NO.
Figure 10-18
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When Door Entry/Exit Control or Parking Entry/Exit Control is selected in the
Function Setting page (Figure 10-15), these options become available:
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Option
Description
Held Open
This alarm activates whenever the door is held open over the set
period of time.
Forced Open
This alarm activates whenever the door is opened by force.
Fire Alarm
This alarm activates whenever fire is detected.
Access Denied
This alarm activates whenever entry is denied due to using the
wrong card or entering the wrong password.
Tamper
This alarm activates whenever vandalism occurs, e.g. the opening
of Controller’s cabinet.
When Elevator Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 10-15), these
options become available:
Option
Description
Fire Alarm
See the same option above.
Access Denied
Tamper
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[Common Password]
When Fixed Card/Common Mode is selected as Authentication Mode in the Function
Setting page (Figure 10-15), you can gain access by using the card or entering this
Common Password (door’s password).
Figure 10-19
[AS100 Input Name]
This option is only available for GV-ASBox. Rename the input names by clicking Submit
button to save the changes, or click Cancel button to return the changes to its previous state.
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10.3.2.C Status Monitor
In the left menu, click Status Monitor to see the status of each input, output and alarm
Note: The Status Monitor page is only available when connecting through a GV-ASBox.
Figure 10-20
Control Mode will change depending on the chosen Door/Gate’s Authentication Mode in
the Function Setting page (Figure 10-15). The listed number of outputs will change
depending on the chosen Output Type in the In/Out Function page (Figure 10-23).
= Indicates the current input/output device is triggered.
= Indicates the current input/output source is not triggered.
= Indicates the current event is triggered.
= Indicates the current light is on.
= Indicates the current light is off.
Note: Outputs must be turned on in the In/Out Function page to be monitored here.
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10.3.2.D Card Information
In the left menu, click Card Information. This Card Configuration page appears.
Figure 10-21
[Card Database]
Shows the number of cards currently stored in GV-AS100 / 110 / 120.
[Card List]
Displays the list of cards stored in GV-AS100 / 110 / 120. If there are many pages, you can
choose to jump to any page by entering the page number in the Page field.
Click Previous Page button to go to the previous page of the Card List, or click Next Page
button to go to the next page of the Card List.
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10.3.2.E Time Setting
In the left menu, click Time Setting. This Time Configuration page appears.
Figure 10-22
[System Local Time]
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Local Time: Displays the current date and time of GV-AS100 / 110 / 120.
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Time Zone: Displays the current time zone of GV-AS100 / 110 / 120.
[Local Time]
„
Disable: Disable the manual configuration of time and date.
„
Setup: Enable the manual configuration of Time Zone, Date and Time for GV-AS100 /
110 / 120.
[Daylight Savings Time (DST)]
„
Disable: Disable the manual configuration of DST.
„
Time Zone: Enable the manual configuration of DST by setting the Start Time and Stop
Time for the DST period.
Click Submit button to save the changes, or click Cancel button to return the changes to its
previous state.
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10.3.2.F In/Out Function
In the left menu, click In/Out Function to define the input and output sensors.
Note: The I/O Configuration page is only available when connecting through a GV-ASBox.
Figure 10-23
[Input Function]
Here you can define each sensor input that is connected GV-ASBox and select the most
fitting Input Type (No. 3, Figure 10-24) and Input Function (No. 4, Figure 10-24) to
describe the sensor input. Through the sensor input, an alarm event can be detected and it
can then trigger the alarm device.
1
2
3
Figure 10-24
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Below is the explanation based on the numbers marked on the above figure.
1. ASBOX Input #: Edit the name of the Input.
2. NO/NC: Configure the input to NC (normally closed) or NO (normally open) mode.
3. Input Type: Configure the input type to define the type of sensor that is connected to the
input of GV-ASBox. Options available for the input type change based on your settings of
Door/Gate A and Door/Gate B in the Function Setting page (Figure 10-15).
4. Input Function: Configure the input function. Options available for the input function
change based on the settings of Input Type above.
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When Door Entry/Exit Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 10-15),
these Input Type and Input Function become available:
Input Type
Input Function
Description
Normal Input
Enable Latch
The Normal Input is used for a normal
detection mode in which the input is set to
trigger an output. Instead of constant output
alarm in N/O and N/C, the Enable Latch
option provides a momentary alarm when
triggered.
Disable Latch
Door A or B
Fire Zone
Tamper Zone
Exit Button
Door Contact
Depending on the type of sensor and the
location where it is installed, select the best
Input Function name to fit the sensor
description. When the sensor is activated, an
alarm event occurs and the alarm device can
be triggered. For alarm events, see [Alarm],
9.3.2.B Parameter Setting.
For example, when the Door Contact sensor
detects unauthorized access, a “Force Open”
event occurs and it can trigger the “Force
Open” alarm.
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When Parking Entry/Exit Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 1015), these Input Type and Input Function become available:
Input Type
Input Function
Description
Normal Input
Enable Latch
See the same Input Type above.
Disable Latch
Gate A or B
Fire Zone
See the “Doo A or Door B” Input Type above.
Tamper Zone
For example, when the Car Detection sensor
detects any car driving by, a “Parking Entry”
or “Parking Exit” event occurs and the parking
gate will respond the event accordingly.
Exit Button
Car Detection
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When Elevator Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 10-15), these
Input Type and Input Function become available:
Input Type
Input Function
Description
Normal Input
Enable Latch
See the same Input Type above.
Disable Latch
Relay A or B
Fire Zone
See the “Door A or Door B” Input Type above.
Tamper Zone
For example, the Tamper Zone sensor is
installed on GV-ASBox. So whenever there is
any attempt to open the Box, the “Tamper” event
occurs and it may trigger the “Tamper” alarm.
Note: For alarm outputs, the corresponding alarms must be enabled (YES) in the
Parameter Setting page (Figure 10-16). If alarms are set to be disabled (NO), the alarm
function here will not work when triggered.
[Output Function]
Here you can define each output device that is connected to GV-ASBox, such as locking
devices, various alarms or Exit Button. Only Output 5 to Output 8 can be connected to
Lights.
Select from the drop-down list to configure Output Type (No. 1, Figure 10-25). Depending
on the chosen Output Type, either Output Function (No. 2, Figure 10-25) or Output
Conditions (No. 3, Figure 10-25) will become available.
1
2 Output Function
3 Output Conditions
1
Output Type
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Figure 10-25
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Output Function Settings:
When Output Type (No. 1, Figure 10-25) is set to be Door #, Gate # or Relay #, the options
similar to the figure below become available.
1
2
3
Figure 10-26
Below is the explanation based on the numbers marked on the above figure.
1. ASBOX Output #: Edit the name of the Output.
2. Output Type: Configure the output type. Options available for the output type change
based on your settings of Door/Gate A and Door/Gate B in the Function Setting page
(Figure 10-15).
3. Output Function: Configure the output function. Options available for the output
function change based on your setting of Output Type above.
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When Door Entry/Exit Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 10-15),
these Output Type and Output Function become available:
Output Type
Output Function
Description
Door #
Electric Lock
Output is triggered when the card is
presented to open the locking device.
Alarm Event
Output is triggered when the defined alarm
events occur.
Entry Card
Output is triggered when the card is
presented to enter the door.
Exit Card
Output is triggered when the card is
presented to exit the door.
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When Parking Entry/Exit Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 1015), these Output Type and Output Function become available:
Output Type
Output Function
Description
Gate #
Electric Lock
See the same function above.
Alarm Event
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Entry Card
Output is triggered when the card is
presented to enter the parking gate.
Exit Card
Output is triggered when the card is
presented to exit the parking gate.
When Elevator Control is selected in the Function Setting page (Figure 10-15), these
Output Type and Output Function become available:
Output Type
Output Function
Description
Relay #
Electric Lock
See the same function above.
Alarm Event
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Output Condition Settings:
When Output Type (No. 1, Figure 10-25) is set to be Normal, Toggle, Pulse, Normal
Lighting, Toggle Lighting or Pulse Lighting, the options similar to the figure below
become available.
2 x Door/Gate/Relay Conditions
2 x Input Conditions
Available in
Pulse/Lighting
Figure 10-27
There can be a maximum of 4 conditions that can be set up to trigger an output. 2 conditions
are Door/Gate/Relay conditions and 2 conditions are Input conditions. Each condition is
related to each other through AND/OR. AND means that all conditions with AND must be
triggered before the output is triggered. OR means that only 1 of the condition with OR is
needed to be triggered before the output is triggered. It is also valid to have certain
conditions as AND and certain conditions as OR.
Only Output 5 ~ 8 can be connected to Lights. So Normal Lightning, Toggle Lighting and
Pulse Lighting can only be selected from Output 5 ~ 8. For Pulse and Pulse Lighting, the
output is triggered for the amount of time set in the Sec field (seconds).
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In the Output Condition Settings, these Output Type and Output Condition options
become available:
Output Type
Output Condition
Door A or B
Gate A or B
Relay A or B
Input (x2)
Normal
Access Granted
Access Granted
Access Granted
Toggle
Access Denied
Access Denied
Access Denied
Fire Alarm
Fire Alarm
Fire Alarm
Toggle Lighting
Tamper
Tamper
Tamper
Pulse Lighting
Duress Event
Duress Event
Duress Event
Select None to
disable the
condition, or
select between
Input 1 and
Input 8 to
trigger the
output.
Held Open
Held Open
Forced Open
Forced Open
Exit Button
Exit Button
Door Contact
Car Detection
Pulse
Normal Lighting
Click Reset button to return the Normal, Toggle, Pulse, Normal Lighting, Toggle Lighting
or Pulse Lighting triggered state to be normal.
Note: The Reset button is more commonly used for the Toggle or Toggle Lighting output.
Because once triggered, the output will go on forever. A Reset button is needed to turn it
off.
Click Submit button to save the changes, or click Cancel button to return the changes to its
previous state.
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10.3.2.G Extended Reader
In the left menu, click Extend Reader. This Extend Reader Configuration page appears.
Figure 10-28
Define the readers connected to GV-AS100 / 110 / 120, and then use the Function dropdown list to select which door that the GV-Reader/GV-GF Fingerprint Reader is installed.
[GV-Reader Function]
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GV-RK1352 / R1352 / DFR1352: Select the checkbox and type the Serial Number of
the reader. Note that the ID number located next to the serial number field need to match
the reader’s ID number defined through the GV-RK1352 Config AP.
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GV-Reader 1251 / Reader 1352 V2: Select the checkbox and leave the serial number
field blank. Note that the ID number located next to the serial number field need to match
the reader’s ID number defined by the dip switches on the reader.
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GV-CR420: Type the Barcode of GV-CR420. Select the checkbox only if the GV-CR420
is connected to the controller through RS-485 connection. For network connection, do
not select the checkbox. Note that only GV-CR420 V1.0 is compatible with GV-AS100 /
110 / 120 and you must also enable network connection to the controller on the Web
interface of the GV-CR420.
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[GeoFinger Function] For GV-GF1901 / GF1902 / GF1911 / GF1912, select the checkbox
and type the XID Number located on the back of the reader.
Click Submit to detect the readers. If any GV-Reader / GV-GF Fingerprint Reader is
detected, a green mark will appear in the Status field; if not, a red mark will appear.
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11. Troubleshooting
Q1: GV-ASManager cannot connect to GV-AS/ GV-EV Controller over the
Internet.
There are several causes for this problem such as IP address conflict, incorrect connection
settings and network failure. Follow the steps below to assign the fixed IP to the GVASManager and GV-AS / GV-EV Controller respectively. This procedure can determine if
the problem is caused by the faulty devices and incorrect network settings.
1. Disconnect the hub or switch, which connects the GV-ASManager and GV-AS / GV-EV
Controller, from the network.
2. Give the GV-ASManager a fixed IP address that is NOT used by another device, e.g.
192.168.0.154.
Figure 11-1
3. Reset the controller module and Ethernet module to factory defaults.
a. Plug the GV-ASKeypad to the controller.
b. Remove the jumper cap from the 2-pin Default jumper.
c. Press the Reset button.
d. Replace the jumper cap back to the 2-pin Default jumper.
e. To reset the Ethernet Module, press and hold the Default EN button for 6 seconds.
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4. Open the browser and enter the controller default address: http://192.168.0.100
Figure 11-2
5. In the IP address field, give the controller an IP address that is NOT used by another
device, e.g. 192.168.0.XXX.
6. On the GV-ASManager, enter the following settings:
Controller ID: 1
Network: TCP/IP
IP: 192.168.0.XXX
Port: 4000
User: admin
Password: admin
Crypto key: 12345678
Figure 11-3
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7. The connection between the GV-ASManager and controller should be established, and
the connection icon
should appear. If disconnection happens after you connect the
hub or switch to the network, then it should be other network problems. Please contact
your network administrator.
Q2: The connection established between the GV-ASManager and GV-AS / GVEV Controller is interrupted.
This may be due to IP address conflict. Follow these steps to troubleshoot the problem:
1. Disconnect the hub or switch, which connects to the GV-ASManager and the controller,
from the network.
2. Run Windows Command Prompt. Take Classic Windows Start Menu for example, click
Start, select Accessories and click Command Prompt.
3. Type arp –d and press Enter.
Figure 11-4
4. Give the GV-ASManager a fixed IP address that is NOT used by another device. See
Figure 11-1.
5. Open the browser and enter the assigned IP address of the controller. The Network
Configuration page appears. See Figure 11-2.
6. In the IP address field, give the GV-AS / GV-EV Controller an IP address that is NOT
used by another device, e.g. 192.168.0.XXX.
7. On the GV-ASManager, enter the following settings. See Figure 11-3.
Controller ID: 1
Network: TCP/IP
IP: 192.168.0.XXX
Port: 4000
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User: admin
Password: admin
Crypto key: 12345678
8. The connection between the GV-ASManager and GV-AS Controller should be
should appear. If disconnection happens after
established, and the connection icon
you connect the hub or switch to the network, then it should be other network problems.
Please contact your network administrator.
Q3: GV-ASManager cannot receive card messages but the reader accepts the
card when the connection between the GV-ASManager and GV-AS / GV-EV
Controller is well established.
It may be due to memory failure in the GV-AS / GV-EV Controller. Reset both the controller
module and the Ethernet module to factory settings. Refer to Step 3 in Question 1.
Q4: The GV-ASManager cannot retrieve the video from the DVR for playback.
1. Make sure the Remote ViewLog Service on Control Center Server is enabled on the
DVR.
2. Make sure the time on the GV-ASManager and the DVR is consistent.
3. Make sure the event file you want to play back has been created completely on the DVR.
For example, the assigned time length of every recorded event on the DVR is 5 minutes.
The desired event of 5 minutes must have been displayed on the ViewLog Event List, so
you can access the event file for playback.
Q5: After I add a card by presenting to the reader, the message “Access
Denied Invalid Card” still appears.
It may be the card format is not compatible with the GV-AS / GV-EV Controller. Make sure
the card format is 26~64 bits. Otherwise, send us the related information of your card format
so that we can customize the format for you.
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Q6: The GV-ASManager cannot receive card messages from the GV-Reader
connected to the GV-AS / GV-EV Controller through RS-485 interface.
1. Make sure the GV-Reader is correctly wiring to the controller and Switch 4 on the GVReader is set to OFF.
2. Make sure the correct GV-Reader ID is set on the controller.
Q7: I can’t change the Advanced Settings on the Web interface of the GV-AS /
GV-EV Controller. The “Submit” button is missing.
To modify the Advanced Settings, make sure the Web Setting Switch on the controllers is
set to ON. For the location of the Web Setting Switch, refer to the Web Setting Switch
section of each GV-AS / GV-EV Controller or GV-ASNet / GV-ASBox.
Q8: After installing GV-ASManager, the message “d3dx9_40.dll cannot be
found” appears.
Make sure DirectX End-User Runtimes is installed and restart the computer afterwards. To
install DirectX End-User Runtimes, insert the supplied Software DVD to your computer, and
select Install DirectX End-User Runtimes (November 2008).
Q9: How can I find more help?
Visit our website at http://www.geovision.com.tw
Write to us at [email protected]
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