0.07.B.0033 SMARTGUARD air Operating Instructions-10Jul2012-NG

0.07.B.0033 SMARTGUARD air Operating Instructions-10Jul2012-NG

SMARTGUARDair keypad operating instructions

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KEYLESS ACCESS

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Contents

How to use this Guide

General description

General use

Powering up

Glossary

KwikLearn

KwikPair

Technical specifications

Changing the Master Code

Adding a new user

Deleting a user

Deleting all users

Pairing

Setting the anti-hack parameters

Setting the Key Wipeout time

Setting the security parameters

Alarms

Backing up the unit

Restoring the unit

Defaulting the unit

Battery low indication

Typical mounting instructions

Fitting the optional anti-tamper switch

External 12V DC power

Typical applications

Installation information page 17 page 19 page 21 page 24 page 28 page 29 page 30 page 31 page 31 page 31 page 33 page 34 page 35 page 36 page 37 page 38 page 1 page 2 page 4 page 5 page 6 page 7 page 9 page 10 page 11 page 12 page 14 page 16

How to use this Guide

The procedures in this Guide require the user to perform certain sequential actions on the SMARTGUARDair keypad.

To assist you, the combined state of the three LED indicators on the keypad correspond with particular steps within a procedure. When carrying out the procedures, please be aware of the following: throughout this Guide as an example only. Refer to page 6 for instructions on how to change the Master Code.

1

Indicates a particular key to be pressed on the keypad by the user

Indicates a lit LED

[ ] Indicates optional entries. If no variable is entered, the system will use the default for the particular function, where applicable page 1

General description

The CENTSYS SMARTGUARDair is a durable, high quality keypad designed to provide secure access control to restricted areas. The weatherproof unit is wireless, and is powered by two AA alkaline (penlight) batteries. When any key is pressed, a backlight illuminates the keypad for ease of use in low-light conditions.

Access is granted by the keying in of a valid access code.

The access code can vary from one to ten digits. Up to one thousand different access codes can be stored within the unit’s non-volatile memory.

Each access code is stored in a location of the memory, referred to as an ‘address’.

New codes can be added and existing codes can be deleted as required.

‘Token codes’ can be added, allowing only a preset number of activations, after which the code automatically becomes invalid.

Channel 3 is used as the Alarm Channel (refer to page 28) and cannot be changed. If alarm functionality is required, then it is advisable that Channel 3 is not assigned to any other function.

Each code can activate one of fifteen channels built into the

SMARTGUARDair. A channel is very much the same as a remote control button. Each channel can activate an external

CENTSYS rolling code-compatible receiver, either standalone, single channel, multichannel or integrated into products such as the D5-Evo, D10/D10 Turbo, VECTOR2, etc. page 2

An Anti-hack feature can be enabled, causing the unit to shut down after a pre-selected number of incorrect codes have been entered. The unit will then reset after a preselected time. A telltale LED will indicate that the Anti-hack feature has been triggered.

Once programmed, the system can be backed up onto the optional Backup Memory Module (Code PCA12201V1.0).

This allows the system to be easily restored if required.

An optional independent Anti-tamper Switch can be fitted and wired internally to transmit an alarm signal if the unit has been forced open, or removed from its mountings. page 3

General use

After a user has been added to the SMARTGUARDair’s memory and the keypad has been paired with a compatible code-hopping receiver, access is granted by keying in a valid an access code, the user will enter the digits in sequence indicate that a valid access code has been entered. Briefly cause the SMARTGUARDair to transmit a signal for a minimum of 750ms (milliseconds). However, holding down seconds which will accommodate receivers requiring longer transmission times. (This may be referred to as Hash-Hold.) page 4

Powering up

In order to preserve battery life, the unit is packed with the link fitted on the 12V side of the power selection pins.

To select batteries as the primary power source, bridge the pin marked ‘AA BATT’ with the common (centre) pin.

For information on selecting 12V as the primary power source, refer to page 36.

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Glossary of terms

Access code

The code number the user will enter to gain access.

It can range in length from one to ten digits.

Address/User address

The location where the user’s code is stored in the keypad memory. It can be any number between 1 and 999.

It should be recorded, allowing the user code to be removed from the memory later if necessary.

Master Code

The code number required for programming the keypad.

It is stored in user address 0.

The default Master Code of a new unit

For security reasons, the installer should change this code at the time of installation.

Although 1234 is the default Master Code, up to ten digits per code may be specified, and is encouraged to improve security.

Refer to page 11 for instructions on how to change the Master Code.

Enter key #

In order to gain access, the user code must be followed by page 6

KwikLearn

The following KwikLearn procedure and connection diagrams

(see pages 35 and 36) will enable you to start using your

SMARTGUARDair system right away.

Add a new access code at a specified address.

The code will operate Channel 1 only.

Indicator LEDs

Enter the following keystrokes: STANDBY

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select KwikLearn

3. Enter user address

0

0

4. Enter access code

new access code

1

Default Master Code=1234

The SMARTGUARDair will have to be paired to a valid receiver before a code will be able to activate it.

Thus, the KwikLearn procedure will store a new code in the keypad’s memory, but the code will still have to be associated with a receiver using either the

KwikPair facility described on page 9, or the Pairing procedure on page 17.

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Example:

2 5

Master Code=

1 2 3 4

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

1

2. Select KwikLearn

3. Enter user address

4. Enter access code

0

2 5

9 3

2

2

3

4

Indicator LEDs

STANDBY

4

5

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KwikPair

The SMARTGUARDair must now be paired with a CENTSYS code-hopping radio receiver.

1.

Place the receiver into Learn Mode.

2.

Enter a valid access code on the SMARTGUARDair, followed by .

The SMARTGUARDair will now transmit for a short time, and will pair with the receiver.

Hash-Hold may be used (as described on page 4) to extend the transmission time to suit the learning procedure associated with certain types of receivers.

3.

Exit Learn Mode on the receiver

4.

Test the system by entering a valid access code, followed by .

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Technical specifications

Battery supply voltage

External power supply

Wireless range

Operating temperature

Operating humidity

Output

Housing material

Degree of protection

Battery life

Code length

Memory capacity

Memory retention

Token codes

2 x AA Alkaline batteries

(voltage range: 2.6V - 3.3V)

External 12V DC power supply

30 metres

-18°C to +55°C

0 - 90%

14 standard channels + one alarm channel

Polycarbonate

IP55

Two to five years

One to ten digits

1000 unique codes (non-volatile )

>200 years

1 - 254 activations

Only replace with Alkaline batteries. Other types of batteries (NiMH,

Li-Ion, etc. ) as well as rechargeable batteries cannot be used with this product.

Specified as Line of Sight (LOS) range

Non-condensing

Subject to usage - refer to table in the Battery Low Indication

Section on page 33 page 10

Changing the Master Code

The following procedure will enable the user to change the

Master Code to a new Master Code. The Master Code may also be learned into the system by following the procedure on page 12, ‘Adding a New User’.

0

code and can be up to ten digits long

Indicator LEDs

STANDBY

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select KwikLearn

3. Enter address

4. Enter new code

1

Default Master Code=

0

0

Master Code

1 2 3 4

8 1

Indicator LEDs

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select KwikLearn

3. Enter address

4. Enter access code

1 2

STANDBY

3 4

0

0

3 7 8 1

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Adding a new user

The following procedure will add a new access code at a specified location in the SMARTGUARDair’s memory, referred to as an ‘address’ and will assign which channel the code must activate and how many accesses are allowed before the code becomes invalid.

Indicator LEDs

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

STANDBY

Master Code

2. Select Add Menu

3. Enter user address

4. Enter access code

5. Select channel

6. Enter access limit

7. Exit Add Menu

8. Exit Program Mode

1

Address new access code

Channel

[Accesses]

# at Step 6.

default unlimited access is set. Care must be taken to ensure the desired access limit is correctly applied page 12

Example:

2 1 0

Master Code=

1 2 3 4

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select Add Menu

1

1

3. Enter user address

4. Enter access code

5. Select channel

6. Enter access limit

7. Exit Add Menu

8. Exit Program Mode

1

5

2

0

2

2

7

3

Indicator LEDs

STANDBY

4

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Deleting a user

The following procedure will delete an access code at a specified address.

Indicator LEDs

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

STANDBY

Master Code

2

2. Select Delete Menu

3. Enter user address

4. Exit Delete Menu

5. Exit Program Mode

Address

Example:

Master Code=

1 2 3 4

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select Delete Menu

3. Enter user address

2

9

1

9

4. Exit Delete Menu

5. Exit Program Mode

2

3

Indicator LEDs

STANDBY

4

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Example:

Master Code=

1 2 3 4

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

1

2

2. Select Delete Menu

3. Enter user address

4. Enter user address

5. Exit Delete Menu

5

8

4

7

6. Exit Program Mode

2 3

Indicator LEDs

STANDBY

4

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Delete all users

It is possible to delete all users stored in the address. This will cause the Master Code to be reverted back the memory.

Indicator LEDs

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select Delete Menu

3. Enter user address

4. Exit Delete Menu

5. Exit Program Mode

2

0

STANDBY

Master Code

Example:

Delete all access codes. Master Code=

1 2 3 4

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select Delete Menu

3. Enter user address

4. Exit Delete Menu

5. Exit Program Mode

2

0

1 2 3

Indicator LEDs

STANDBY

4

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Pairing

A clear distinction must be made between the Pairing Menu and the Adding Menu (refer to page 12).

The Adding Menu will be used whenever a new code is to be added to the SMARTGUARDair’s memory. This will in turn create a means of ‘unlocking’ transmission to a designated receiver; whereby a valid code will have to be entered before the unit will begin transmitting.

The Pairing Menu allows the user to pair the

SMARTGUARDair to one or more CENTSYS code-hopping receivers within the specified range of transmission; comparable to learning a remote control into a receiver.

Indicator LEDs

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

STANDBY

Master Code

2. Select Pairing Menu

3. Enter channel

3

Channel

5. Enter transmission time [0 - 90 seconds]

6. Exit Pairing Menu

7. Exit Program Mode

*

0

1

for NOVA receiver for future CENTSYS receiver

Once transmission has ended, repeat Steps 3 and 4 for additional channels.

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and will be automatically selected if no other value is specified default outputs is handled by the associated receiver

Example:

Pair Channel 1 with a NOVA receiver, allowing for a transmission duration of ten seconds.

Master Code=

1 2 3 4

Indicator LEDs

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select Pairing Menu

3. Enter channel

3

1

1 2 3

STANDBY

4

5. Enter transmission time

6. Exit Pairing Menu

7. Exit Program Mode

1 0

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Setting the anti-hack parameters

The following procedure sets the number of consecutive wrong access codes that the SMARTGUARDair will accept before becoming inactive, as well as the time for which it will remain inactive.

The Factory Default for wrong access codes is three, while the default reset time is 60 seconds.

Indicator LEDs

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

STANDBY

Master Code

2. Select Lockout Menu

4

3. Enter number of codes Wrong codes

4. Enter Reset Time

Seconds

5. Exit Program Mode specified Reset Time seconds as a telltale that the anti-hack alarm has been invoked normal red LED flashing indicator on correct entry of a code page 19

Example:

Set Wrong Code Alarm to activate after five incorrect codes have been entered. The unit must revert to normal operation after 30 seconds.

Master Code=

1 2 3 4

Indicator LEDs

STANDBY

4

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select Lockout Menu

3. Enter number of codes

4. Enter Reset Time

5. Exit Program Mode

4

5

1

3 0

2 3

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Setting the Key Wipeout time

The following procedure sets the number of seconds for which keystrokes remain valid. This ensures that if a partial code has been entered, it is wiped out of the keypad buffer after a preset time, and must be re-entered in its entirety. The Key

Wipeout time may be specified from 0 to 255 seconds.

The value is interpreted as follows: of seconds. The keypad backlight generally mirrors the

Key Wipeout setting.

The following rules apply to the Key Wipeout time and the backlight time: irrespective of the time the user has set as the Key

Wipeout time the Key Wipeout time setting page 21

Indicator LEDs

Enter the following keystrokes:

STANDBY

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select Key Wipeout Menu

Master Code

5

3. Enter Key Wipeout Time [Seconds]

4. Exit Program Mode will be disabled (only applicable to externallypowered devices)

Disabling the Key Wipeout time will: a wrong code if an incomplete code was previously entered page 22

Example:

Set the Key Wipeout time to 15 seconds.

Master Code=

1 2 3 4

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select Key Wipeout Menu

1

5

3. Enter Key Wipeout Time

2

1 5

4. Exit Program Mode

3

Indicator LEDs

STANDBY

4

Example:

Disable Key Wipeout time.

Master Code=

1 2 3 4

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select Key Wipeout Menu

1

5

3. Enter Key Wipeout Time

0

2

4. Exit Program Mode

3

Indicator LEDs

STANDBY

4

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Setting the security parameters

The following procedure sets the conditions under which the

Alarm channel (Channel 3) will activate. This also sets the

Anti-default and Keypad Alarm Tone Mute features.

The following alarm conditions can be set:

Adding one to the last digit of an access code activates the unit as normal, but also activates the alarm channel.

This is used if entering under duress.

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Important when choosing an access code number

Parameter, ensure that no consecutive numbers are assigned as access codes.

been allocated the Alarm channel.

When the number of wrong codes is exceeded, the Alarm channel is activated.

To achieve greater security, this feature prevents the system parameters from being reset by the defaulting features.

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but doing this will break the pairing between the

SMARTGUARDair and any paired receivers.

This pairing will need to be re-established in order to continue using the system.

Establishing this feature turns off the audible feedback when entering a code. This prevents an eavesdropper from determining the number of digits in the code.

Tones will still be present in Programming Mode.

Indicator LEDs

Enter the following keystrokes: STANDBY

1. Enter Program Mode Master Code

2. Select Security Menu

6

3. Set Duress (Code+1)

4. Set Panic Alarm (*+#)

0

5. Set (Wrong Codes)

6. Set Anti-default

7. Set Alarm Tone Mute

0

0

0

0

OR

OR

OR

OR

OR

1

1

1

1

1

8. Exit Program Mode page 25

Example:

Enable Duress Alarm on (Code + one). Clear all other

Alarm functions.

Master Code=

1 2 3 4

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select Security Menu

3. Set Duress (Code+1)

4. Clear Panic Alarm (*+#)

6

1

5. Clear (Wrong Codes)

6. Clear Anti-default

0

0

7. Clear Alarm Tone Mute

0

0

8. Exit Program Mode

1 2

Indicator LEDs

3

STANDBY

4

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Example:

Set Alarm on Wrong Codes and leave all other

functions unchanged.

Master Code=

1 2 3 4

Indicator LEDs

Enter the following keystrokes:

1. Enter Program Mode

2. Select Security Menu

6

3. Skip Duress (Code+1)

4. Skip Panic Alarm (*+#)

5. Set (Wrong Codes)

1

6. Skip Anti-default

7. Set Tone Mute

8. Exit Program Mode

1 2 3 4

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Alarms

The SMARTGUARDair allows four different alarms to be set, each of which will activate Channel 3, the designated Alarm

Output Channel.

The four alarms available on the SMARTGUARDair are as follows:

Duress Alarm - a

settable

alarm feature, activated by adding one to the last digit of an access code feature; it is activated by exceeding the pre-set number of allowable wrong codes activated when the anti-tamper input is activated.

This alarm is always enabled and it is therefore recommended that Channel 3 be used exclusively as an

Alarm Output Channel to ensure greater security page 28

Backing up the unit

It is possible to back up all the user access codes as well as the system settings to the optional Backup Memory Module

(PCA12201v1.0).

This allows the system to be easily restored in the unlikely event of system failure.

Remove power. Plug the Backup Memory Module into the socket provided. Reapply power. All three LEDs will now be ON.

The green LED will begin to flash, indicating that the memory is being backed up. When the backup is complete, a beep will be heard, and the green LED will turn off. Remove the Backup Memory Module and keep it in a safe place.

overwrite any information that was previously contained in that Backup Memory Module page 29

Restoring the unit

Restores all the user access codes as well as system settings from the optional Backup Memory Module

(PCA12201v1.0).

Remove power. Plug the Battery Backup Module into the socket provided. Reapply power. All three LEDs will now be ON. keypad. The yellow LED will begin to flash, indicating that the memory is being restored. When the memory has been restored, a beep will be heard, and the yellow

LED will turn off.

Remove the Backup Memory Module and keep it in a safe place.

overwrite any information that was previously contained in the SMARTGUARDair unit page 30

Defaulting the unit

Both the Master Code and the system parameters (timers, alarm functions, etc.) can be reset to Factory Defaults.

This is useful when the Master Code has been forgotten or the system parameters are in an unknown state.

down for two seconds. A beep will then follow, indicating

1 2

If the Anti-default feature has been enabled, the pairing between the receiver will be broken during this process.

If the user identifies that the pairing has been broken, it is the user's responsibility to ensure that the keypad has not been tampered with, i.e. that additional codes have not been learned into the system. It is advisable, upon realising that the pairing has been broken, to completely default the keypad and erase the codes memory, or to restore the memory using a Backup

Memory Module.

The pairing will have to be re-established before the system becomes functional.

follow, indicating that the System Parameters have been reset to the Factory Defaults shown on the following page.

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Wrong Codes:

Wrong Codes Reset:

Key Wipeout timer:

Security Parameters:

Three codes

60 seconds

Five seconds

Anti-default ON, all others

OFF

Defaulting is not possible if the Anti-default feature has been set (see page 24) .

In this case, if the Master Code has been lost, the which will break the pairing between the

SMARTGUARDair and all paired receivers.

This pairing will need to be re-established in order to continue using the system.

By default, the anti-default parameter is enabled to ensure maximum security of the unit.

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Typical mounting instructions:

1. Remove retaining screw cover and screws.

2.

Insert screwdriver blade into groove provided between the cover and back panel.

Lever screwdriver forward to separate the cover from the back panel.

1

Retaining screw cover

3. Fix the self-adhesive rubber pads into the recesses provided on the rear panel.

4. Attach the rear pane to the mounting surface/gooseneck with the mounting screws supplied.

Mounting screws

2

Self-adhesive rubber pads

3

Be sure to seal all the mountings with silicone sealant.

4

Use only the mounting holes shown. If the other mounting holes are used, the mounting screws will interfere with the batteries.

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Battery low indication

Once the batteries start to near the end of their service life, the SMARTGUARDair will detect the battery low condition and both visible and audible indications will be provided.

The following indications should be noted by the user: repeat this action every four seconds different from its normal pitch during key presses

There will still be a fair amount of usage left before the batteries are completely drained, but it is advisable to replace them as soon as possible to ensure continued operation.

Daily operations

One

Ten

50

100

200

500

Battery life

12 years

10 years

5 years

3 years

2 years

1 year

The battery life is characterised but not necessarily tested.

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Anti-tamper Switch

The Anti-tamper Switch input is a normally-open input.

In other words, the input must be tied to common to trigger the Anti-tamper Alarm.

anti-tamper switch, the switch’s normally-closed

(N/C) and common connections MUST be used.

Normally-closed (N/C) will be connected to In1 and

COM to Neg (-) third-party alarm system, either normally-closed or normally-open can be used, along with a common connection

In1

Onboard alarm option - activates Alarm

Channel (Channel 3)

2

To third party alarm system

3

1

External 12V DC power

Refer to this diagram only if an external 12V power source is to be used. Even though an external power supply will provide a more or less unlimited duty cycle, there will be no autonomy whatsoever in the event of a power failure.

Should an external 12V power supply be used, the power selection link must be moved to bridge the pin marked ‘12 Volt’ with the common (centre) pin.

From external

12V DC power supply

In1

The supply voltage should not exceed 12V DC

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Typical applications

Channel 7

Garage door operator

ghi abc jkl def

3 mno

Channel 3

pqrs tuv wxyz

Alarm

Channel 1

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Gate operator

IMPORTANT installation information

Complete the installation information below for future reference.

Keep this manual in a safe place.

Master Code

Channel 1 activates

Channel 2 activates

Channel 3 (Alarm Channel) activates

Channel 4 activates

Channel 5 activates

Channel 6 activates

Channel 7 activates

Channel 8 activates

Channel 9 activates

Channel 10 activates

Channel 11 activates

Channel 12 activates

Channel 13 activates

Channel 14 activates

Channel 15 activates

Channel 3 is always the Alarm Channel, if any of the alarms are used (activated).

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Installers information:

Name:

Mobile number:

Email address:

Physical address:

For your convenience you will find an Address Register included in your SMARTGUARDair packaging. Use this

Address Register to record which addresses have been assigned, their access code and which channel will be activated by that address.

Keep the address register in a safe place!

The supplied Address Register will record the first 512 addresses, from 0 to 512, as well as a space to record your new Master Code. Should you require a second Address

Register to record the next 487 addresses, please contact your nearest Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd branch or distributor.

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