AC-B/C/D3x Family Installation and Programming Manual

AC-B/C/D3x
Family
Standalone Access Control Units
Installation and Programming Manual
AC-B3x
AC-C3x
AC-D3x
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1.
Introduction ................................................................ 8
1.1
Reader/Controller Types........................................................... 8
1.2
Key Features ........................................................................... 8
1.3
Equipment .............................................................................. 9
1.4
Additional Equipment.............................................................. 9
2.
Technical Specifications ............................................ 10
3.
Installation ................................................................ 12
3.1
Mounting ............................................................................. 12
3.2
Wiring .................................................................................. 14
3.2.1
AC-B3x .........................................................................................15
3.2.2
AC-C3x .........................................................................................16
3.2.3
AC-D3x .........................................................................................17
4.
Normal, Secure, and Master Users............................ 18
5.
Modes of Operation .................................................. 19
6.
Changing the Modes of Operation ........................... 20
6.1
Changing from Normal to Secure Mode ................................. 20
6.2
Changing from Secure to Normal Mode ................................. 20
6.3
Changing from Normal to Bypass Mode ................................. 21
6.4
Changing from Bypass Mode to Normal Mode ....................... 21
7.
REX Button ................................................................ 22
8.
Case and Back Tampers ............................................. 23
9.
BL-D40 External Sounder .......................................... 24
10. Programming the AC-B/C/D3x ................................... 25
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10.1
Entering Programming Mode ................................................. 26
10.2
Exiting Programming Mode ................................................... 26
10.3
Changing Open Code 1......................................................... 27
10.4
Changing Open Code 2......................................................... 28
10.5
Changing the Programming Code .......................................... 28
10.6
Changing the Normal/Secure Code ........................................ 29
10.7
Changing the Normal/Bypass Code and Door Chime Settings .. 29
10.8
Setting Fail Safe/Secure Operation, Tamper Siren Time, and Lock
Strike Release Time................................................................ 30
10.9
Enrolling Primary and Secondary Codes .................................. 31
10.9.1
Primary Codes...............................................................................31
10.9.2
Secondary Codes ..........................................................................32
10.9.3
Enrolling Primary and Secondary Codes ........................................32
10.9.4
Enrolling Primary and Secondary Codes Using the Standard Method
.....................................................................................................32
10.9.5
Enrolling Secondary Codes Using the Code Search Method..........34
10.10
Deleting Primary and Secondary Codes................................... 35
10.10.1
Deleting Primary and Secondary Codes Using the Standard Method
.....................................................................................................35
10.10.2
Deleting Primary and Secondary Codes Using the Code Search
Method ........................................................................................36
10.11
Return to Factory Default Settings .......................................... 37
10.12
Replacing a Lost Programming Code ...................................... 37
10.13
Replacing a Lost Normal/Secure Code .................................... 38
A.
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Limited Warranty ...................................................... 39
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List of Figures
List of Figures
Figure 1: AC-B3x – Labeled Diagram ...............................................................12
Figure 2: AC-C3x – Labeled Diagram ...............................................................13
Figure 3: AC-D3x – Labeled Diagram ...............................................................13
Figure 4: AC-B3x – Mounting Holes and Terminal Blocks ................................13
Figure 5: AC-C3x – Mounting Holes and Terminal Blocks ................................14
Figure 6: AC-D3x – Mounting Holes and Terminal Blocks ................................14
Figure 7: AC-B3x – Wiring the Lock Strike Relay and REX ................................15
Figure 8: AC-B3x – Wiring the BL-D40 External Sounder .................................15
Figure 9: AC-C3x – Wiring the Lock Strike Relay and REX................................16
Figure 10: AC-C3x – Wiring the BL-D40 External Sounder ...............................16
Figure 11: AC-D3x – Wiring the Lock Strike Relay and REX..............................17
Figure 12: AC-D3x – Wiring the BL-D40 External Sounder ...............................17
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List of Tables
List of Tables
Table 1: Programming Menu ...........................................................................25
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Notice and Disclaimer
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efficient installation and usage of the system and/or product, and/or software
described herein.
BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO INSTALL AND/OR USE THE SYSTEM, THE INSTALLER AND THE
USER MUST READ THIS MANUAL AND BECOME FAMILIAR WITH ALL SAFETY
REQUIREMENTS AND OPERATING PROCEDURES.

The system must not be used for purposes other than those for which it
was designed.

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applicable, is subject to the terms of the license provided as part of the
purchase documents.

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liability statement provided in an appendix at the end of this document.

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maximum number of functions, including future options. Therefore, not all
functions described in this manual may be available in the specific system
and/or product configuration you purchased.

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Introduction
1.
Introduction
The AC-B/C/D3x is a family of indoor standalone controllers. The units
accept up to 500 users and allow entry via a personal identification
number (PIN) and/or by presenting a proximity card.
1.1
Reader/Controller Types
The six types of units described in this manual are:
Keypad Type PIN Proximity
1.2
AC-B31
3X4 Standard


AC-B32
3X4 Standard


AC-C31
2X6 Mullion


AC-C32
2X6 Mullion


AC-D31
3X4 Standard


AC-D32
3X4 Standard

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Key Features
The following are some of the AC-B/C/D3x key features:

Built-in proximity card reader (125 kHz ASK Modulation) (AC-x32
models)

Built-in keypad for PIN code entry

Internal buzzer

Comes with security screw and security screw tool

Two status/programming interface LEDs

Three user levels (Normal User, Secure User, Master User)

Three modes of operation (Normal Mode, Bypass Mode, Secure
Mode)

"Code Search" feature simplifies maintaining user codes

Input for REX button

Lock strike electronic relay with built-in suppressor protection.
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Auxiliary relay output

Comes with mounting template for easier installation

Built-in case tamper and back tamper

Bell, chime, siren, and strobe features available with BL-D40

Bell, chime, siren, battery backup, tamper output (open collector
20 mA) features available with PS-x41 (output power 1.2 A) and
PS-x42 (output power 1.8 A)

Programmable Siren Time

Programmable Lock Strike Release Time

Comes with suppression diode (1N4004)
1.3
Equipment
The following equipment is provided in every AC-B/C/D3x package:

AC- B/C/D3x controller

Installation kit

Installation and operating instructions
1.4
Additional Equipment
The following additional equipment is required:

Electric Lock Strike Mechanism – Fail Safe (Power to Lock) or Fail
Secure (Power to Open)

Power supply with backup battery – 12 to 16 VDC (from a
regulated power supply)

Request to Exit (REX) button – Normally Open Type; switch is
closed when pressed.

BL-D40 External Sounder (optional) – Provides siren, bell, and
chime functions to the controller
Other Rosslare accessories can be found at Rosslare's Website:
http://www.rosslaresecurity.com
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Technical Specifications
2.
Technical Specifications
Electrical Characteristics
Operating Voltage Range
12–16 VDC
From a regulated power supply
Input Current (excluding
attached devices)
AC-x31 models:
• Standby: 20 mA
• Max: 60 mA
AC-x32 models:
• Standby: 40 mA
• Max: 90 mA
Relay Outputs
• Lock Strike Relay – Electronic, 3.5 A
with built-in suppressor protection
• Auxiliary Relay – Form C, 1 A (AC-x32
models)
• REX – N.O., Dry Contact
Inputs
• Auxiliary Input (In/Monitor)
• Monitor Mode – N.C., Dry Contact
• Input Mode – N.O., Dry Contact
LEDs
Two tri-colored LEDs
Built-In Proximity Reader
(AC-x32 models)
• Read Range: 90 mm (3.5 in.)*
• Modulation: ASK at 125 kHz
• Compatible cards: All 26-Bit EM
cards
*
10
Measured using a Rosslare proximity card or equivalent. Range also
depends on electrical environment and proximity to metal.
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Environmental Characteristics
Operating Temp. Range
-31°C to 63°C (-25°F to 145°F )
Operating Humidity Range
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
Mechanical Characteristics
Dimensions
(Length x Width x Depth)
AC-B3x: 92 x 92 x 24 mm
(3.6 x 3.6 x 0.9 in.)
AC-C3x: 130 x 42 x 18 mm
(5.1 x 1.7 x 0.7 in.)
AC-D3x: 122 x 75 x 24 mm
(4.8 x 3.0 x 0.9 in.)
Weight
AC-B3x: 124 g (4.4 oz)
AC-C3x: 55 g (1.9 oz)
AC-D3x: 115 g (4.1 oz)
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Installation
3.
Installation
Installation of an RFID reader adjacent to metallic surfaces
might alter the reader’s specifications. To diminish this
interference, use a plastic spacer when mounting the reader.
3.1
Mounting
Before starting, select the location to mount the controller. This
location should be at shoulder height and on the same side as the
door handle.
The AC-B/C/D3x is designed to be easily mounted onto a US Gang
Box.
To mount the controller:
1. Remove the bezel screw from the bottom of the unit (see Figure
1, Figure 2, and Figure 3).
Figure 1: AC-B3x – Labeled Diagram
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Figure 2: AC-C3x – Labeled Diagram
Figure 3: AC-D3x – Labeled Diagram
2. Screw the controller onto a US Gang Box through the two
mounting holes provided (see Figure 4, Figure 5, and Figure 6).
Figure 4: AC-B3x – Mounting Holes and Terminal Blocks
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Figure 5: AC-C3x – Mounting Holes and Terminal Blocks
Figure 6: AC-D3x – Mounting Holes and Terminal Blocks
3. Wire the controller as shown in Section 3.2.
4. Replace the controller’s bezel and replace the factory default
screw with the security screw that is provided in the installation
kit. A security screw tool is also provided in the installation kit.
3.2
Wiring
Typical wiring diagrams for the various units are shown in the
following subsections.
For other wiring diagram examples, refer to the support section of the
Rosslare website: http://www.rosslaresecurity.com/.
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3.2.1
AC-B3x
Figure 7: AC-B3x – Wiring the Lock Strike Relay and REX
Figure 8: AC-B3x – Wiring the BL-D40 External Sounder
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Installation
3.2.2
AC-C3x
Figure 9: AC-C3x – Wiring the Lock Strike Relay and REX
Figure 10: AC-C3x – Wiring the BL-D40 External Sounder
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3.2.3
AC-D3x
Figure 11: AC-D3x – Wiring the Lock Strike Relay and REX
Figure 12: AC-D3x – Wiring the BL-D40 External Sounder
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Normal, Secure, and Master Users
4.
Normal, Secure, and Master Users
The controller accepts up to 500 users and provides entry via the use
of proximity cards and/or PIN codes. Each user is provided with two
code memory slots: Memory Slot 1 (Primary Code) and Memory Slot 2
(Secondary Code). For the AC-x32 models, the two memory slots can
be programmed for proximity cards, PIN codes, or a combination of
both proximity cards and PIN codes.
The way that the two memory slots are programmed determines a
user's access level and also determines the way that the unit grants
access in its three modes of operation.
There are three user levels:

Normal User – A Normal User only has a Primary Code and is only
granted access when the unit is in Normal or Bypass mode.

Secure User – A Secure User must have a Primary and Secondary
Code programmed; the two codes cannot be the same. The
Secure User can gain access when the unit is in any of its three
modes of operation. In Normal mode, the Secure User must use a
Primary Code to gain entry. In Secure Mode, the Secure User
must present both a Primary and Secondary Code to gain entry.

Master User – A Master User must have both Primary and
Secondary Codes programmed with the same PIN code. The
Master User can gain access during any mode of operation by
entering the PIN code. (The Master User is convenient, but is less
secure than a Secure User.)
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Modes of Operation
5.
Modes of Operation
The controllers have three modes of operation:
Mode

Normal mode – Mode LED is green.
Door
Green
Normal Mode is the default mode. In Normal mode, the door is
locked until a Primary Code is presented to the controller. Special
codes such as “Open Code 1” and “Open Code 2” are active in
Normal mode (see Sections 10.3 and 10.4).
Mode

Bypass mode – Mode LED is orange.
Door
Orange
In Bypass mode, access to the premises is dependent on whether
the controller's Lock Strike Relay is programmed for Fail Safe
Operation or for Fail Secure Operation.
When the Lock Strike Relay is programmed for Fail Secure
Operation, the door is locked until the door bell button is
pressed. When the Lock Strike Relay is programmed for Fail Safe
Operation, the door is constantly unlocked.
Mode

Secure mode – Mode LED is red.
Door
Red
Only Secure and Master Users can access the premises during the
Secure Mode. A Secure User must enter a Primary and a
Secondary Code to gain entry. After entering the Primary Code,
the Door LED flashes green for 10 seconds, during which time the
Secondary Code must be entered. A Master User only needs to
enter a PIN code once to gain entry.
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Changing the Modes of Operation
6.
Changing the Modes of
Operation
6.1
Changing from Normal to Secure Mode
The default factory setting for the Normal/Secure Code is 3838.
To change from Normal to Secure mode:
1. Enter the 4-digit Normal/Secure code.
The Mode LED flashes red.
Mode
Door
Red
2. Press # to confirm the mode change.
The Mode LED turns red.
6.2
Mode
Door
Red
Changing from Secure to Normal Mode
The default factory setting for the Normal/Secure Code is 3838.
To change from Secure to Normal mode:
1. Enter the 4-digit Normal/Secure code.
The Mode LED flashes green.
Mode
Door
Green
2. Press # to confirm the mode change.
The Mode LED turns green.
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Door
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6.3
Changing from Normal to Bypass Mode
See Section 10.6 to create/modify the Normal/Bypass Code.
To change from Normal to By pass mode:
1. Enter the 4-digit Normal/Bypass Code.
The Mode LED flashes orange.
Mode
Door
Orange
2. Press # to confirm the mode change.
The Mode LED turns orange.
6.4
Mode
Door
Orange
Changing from Bypass Mode to Normal
Mode
See Section 10.6 to create/modify the Normal/Bypass Code.
To change from By pass to Normal mode:
1. Enter the 4-digit Normal/Bypass code.
The Mode LED flashes green.
Mode
Door
Green
2. Press # to confirm the mode change.
The Mode LED turns orange.
Mode
Door
Green
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REX Button
7.
REX Button
The REX button is used to open the door without the use of a PIN
code, and must be located inside the premises to be secured. It is
usually located in a convenient location, such as inside the door or at
a receptionist's desk. The function of the REX button depends on
whether the Lock Strike Relay is programmed for Fail Safe Operation
or for Fail Secure Operation. The door chime in the BL-D40 does not
sound when the REX button is used to open the door.

Fail Secure Operation: From the moment the REX button is
pressed, the door remains unlocked until the Lock Strike Release
Time passes. After this time, the door is locked even if the REX
Button is not released.

Fail Safe Operation: From the moment the REX Button is pressed,
the door remains unlocked until the REX Button is released and
the Lock Strike Release Time passes. In this case, the Lock Strike
Relay only begins its countdown once the REX Button is released.
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Case and Back Tampers
8.
Case and Back Tampers
If the case of the controller is opened or the controller is removed
from the wall, a tamper event is triggered and a coded tamper signal
is sent to a BL-D40, PS-x41 Series Power Supply, or PS-x42 Series
Power Supply, or to another compatible device.
If the BL-D40 External Sounder, PS-x41 Series Power Supply, or PS-x42
Series Power Supply receives a Tamper Event Signal, it activates a
siren, and if available, a strobe light. The siren time can be easily
programmed in the unit from 0 to 9 minutes.
You can clear a tamper event by entering a valid User or Open code
to open the Lock Strike Output in the current mode of operation. For
example, while in Secure mode, you cannot use the Open code to
clear the tamper event, because the Open code does not work in
Secure mode. However, you can apply a Master code or Secure code
to clear the tamper event in Secure mode.
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BL-D40 External Sounder
9.
BL-D40 External Sounder
The BL-D40 External Sounder is compatible with the AC-x31, AC-x32,
AC-x41, and AC-x42 series of standalone controllers. (For a more upto-date list of compatible products, check the Rosslare website at
www.rosslaresecurity.com.) It is designed to operate indoors and is
installed within the premises to be secured. The sounder can be
powered by a 16 VAC or a 12 to 24 VDC power supply.
The BL-D40 is capable of emitting four different types of alerts, both
audible and visual: Bell, Door Chime, Siren, and Strobe Light.

The bell always sounds when the controller's doorbell button is
pressed.

The door chime can be programmed to sound whenever the
controller unlocks the door (the door chime does not sound when
the REX button is used to open the door).

The siren can be programmed to sound when the case of the
controller is opened or when the controller is removed from the
wall. The controller can also program the length of the siren in
the BL-D40.
The controller communicates with the BL-D40 using a coded
proprietary Rosslare communications protocol. This provides a more
secure link between the controller and the BL-D40. If the BLD40
receives any unrecognized codes on its communication line, or
communication between the controller and the BL-D40 are severed,
the strobe flashes repeatedly until the communication problem is
resolved.
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Programming the AC-B/C/D3x
10.
Programming the AC-B/C/D3x
Programming the controller is done using the unit's keypad driven
Programming Menu System.
During the manufacturing process, certain codes and settings are preprogrammed. These settings are called the default factory settings.
Table 1 shows the names of all the unit’s menus. It also shows all the
default factory codes and settings.
Table 1: Programming Menu
Menu Number Menu Description
Factory Settings
1
Change Open Code 1
2580
2
Change Open Code 2
0852
3
Change Program Code
1234
4
Change Normal/Secure Code
3838
5
Change Normal/Bypass Code
N/A
6
Change Door Release Time
0004
7
Enroll PIN code, proximity cards
(AC-x32 models), or both
8
Delete PIN code or proximity
cards (AC-x32 models)
0
Return to default factory setting
A complete description and instructions for each of the above menu
items is detailed in the following subsections.
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Programming the AC-B/C/D3x
10.1
Entering Programming Mode
To reach the Programming Menu System, first place the unit in
Programming mode.
To enter Programming mode:
1. Press # for two seconds.
The Mode LED turns off and the Door
LED turns red.
Mode
Door
Red
2. Enter your 4-digit Programming code.
If the Programming code is valid, the
door LED turns green and the unit enters
Programming mode.
Mode
Door
Green
The controller must be in Normal mode to enter the Programming
mode.
The factory default Programming code is 1234.
If a Programming code is not entered within five seconds, the
unit returns to Normal mode.
10.2
Exiting Programming Mode
To ex it Programming mode:
1. Press # for two seconds.
Three beeps are emitted.
The Door LED turns off.
The Mode LED turns green, indicating that
the unit has returned to Normal Mode.
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Wrong entries may reset the controller back to Normal mode.
While in Programming mode, if no key is pressed for one
minute, the unit exits Programming mode and returns to Normal
mode.
In certain Programming modes, a quick press on # may also
return the system to Normal mode.
10.3
Changing Open Code 1
Open Code 1 is mainly used as a method to quickly test the Lock
Strike Relay during installation. The default factory setting for Open
Code 1 is 2580.
When the first user is added to the controller, the default Open Code
1 is automatically deleted, and is ready for a new Open Code 1 to be
re-entered.
To change the Open Code 1:
1. Enter Programming mode.
Mode
Door
Green
2. Press 1 to enter Menu 1.
The Mode LED turns red.
Mode
Door
Red
Green
3. Enter the new 4-digit code that you want
to set as Open Code 1.
The system returns to Normal mode.
Mode
Door
Green
Open Code 1 does not function in Secure mode.
Wrong entries return the controller to Normal mode.
Code 0000 erases and deactivates Open Code 1.
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10.4
Changing Open Code 2
Open Code 2 is mainly used as a method to quickly test the Lock
Strike Relay during installation. The default factory setting for Open
Code 2 is 0852.
When the first user is added to the controller, the default Open Code
2 is automatically deleted, and is ready for a new Open Code 2 to be
re-entered.
To change the Open Code 2:
1. Enter Programming mode.
Mode
Door
Green
2. Press 2 to enter Menu 2.
The Mode LED turns orange.
Door
Mode
Orange Green
3. Enter the new 4-digit code that you want
to set as Open Code 2.
Three beeps are emitted.
Mode
Door
Green
The system returns to Normal mode.
Open Code 2 does not function in Secure mode.
Wrong entries return the controller to Normal mode.
Code 0000 erases and deactivates the Open code.
10.5
Changing the Programming Code
To change the Programming code:
1. Enter Programming mode.
Mode
Door
Green
2. Press 3 to enter Menu 3.
The Mode LED turns green.
Mode
Door
Green Green
3. Enter the new 4-digit code that you want
to set as the Programming code.
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Three beeps are emitted.
Mode
Door
Green
The system returns to Normal mode.
The Programming code cannot be erased; code 0000 is invalid
and does not erase the Programming code.
10.6
Changing the Normal/Secure Code
To change the Normal/ Secure code:
1. Enter Programming mode.
Mode
Door
Green
2. Press 4 to enter Menu 4.
The Mode LED flashes red.
Door
Mode
Red
Green
3. Enter the new 4-digit code that you want
to set as the Normal/Secure code.
Three beeps are emitted.
Mode
Door
Green
The system returns to Normal mode.
When the Auxiliary Mode is 1, 2, 3, or 4, the Auxiliary Input
takes priority over the Normal/Secure Code.
10.7
Changing the Normal/Bypass Code and
Door Chime Settings
The Normal/Bypass code is also used to turn the door chime off and
on.
To change the Normal/By pass code and Door Chime Settings:
1. Enter Programming mode.
Mode
Door
Green
2. Press 5 to enter Menu 5.
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The Mode LED flashes orange.
Mode
Door
Orange Green
3. There are four different ways to program the Normal/Bypass code
and door chime:

Disable both Bypass Code and the
door chime. Enter the code 0000.

Disable Bypass Code and enable the
door chime. Enter the code 0001.

Enable Bypass Code and disable the
door chime. Enter any code ending
with 0.

Enable Bypass Code and enable the
door chime. Enter a code not ending
with 0.
Three beeps are emitted.
Mode
Door
Green
The system returns to Normal mode.
The door is only generated when the Lock Strike Relay is
activated due to a valid code entry.
10.8
Setting Fail Safe/Secure Operation, Tamper
Siren Time, and Lock Strike Release Time
1. Enter Programming mode.
Mode
Door
Green
Press 6 to enter Menu 6.
The Mode LED flashes green.
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2.
Construct the 4-digit code using the
following instructions:

First Digit
For Fail Secure Operation, the first digit should be 0.
For Fail Safe Operation the first digit should be 1.

Second Digit
Siren time in minutes (1-9, 0-disabled)

Third and Fourth Digits
Enter the number of seconds (from 1 to 99) that you want
the Lock Strike to be released.
For example, 0512 means a Fail Secure Operation consisting
of a 5-minute siren and a 12-second Lock Strike release time.
Three beeps are emitted.
The system returns to Normal mode.
Mode
Door
Green
10.9
Enrolling Primary and Secondary Codes
10.9.1
Primary Codes

Primary Codes can only be enrolled to an empty user slot,
meaning a slot where there is no existing Primary code.

Primary Codes must be unique, meaning that one user's Primary
Code cannot be the same as another user's Primary code.

Primary codes cannot be the same as any system codes, such as
the Normal/Secure code or Open code.

Users who hold a Primary code can gain entry only during Normal
mode.
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10.9.2
Secondary Codes

Secondary codes can only be enrolled to a user slot that already
has a Primary Code enrolled, but no Secondary code.

Secondary Codes do not have to be unique, meaning that
multiple users can all hold the same Secondary code.

Secondary codes cannot be the same as any system codes, such
as the Normal/Secure code or Open code.

Users who hold Secondary codes can gain entry in any mode of
operation.
10.9.3
Enrolling Primary and Secondary Codes
There are two methods to enroll Primary and Secondary codes:

Standard Method
Mainly used when the user slot number for the user that you
want to program is known. You can program both Primary and
Secondary codes using the Standard method (see Section 10.9.4).

Code Search Method
Mainly used when enrolling a user's Secondary code and the User
slot code is unknown. The Code Search method only works if a
user’s Primary code is already enrolled but the Secondary code is
not (see Section 10.9.5).
10.9.4
Enrolling Primary and Secondary Codes Using
the Standard Method
To enroll primary and secondary codes using the Standard
method:
1. Enter Programming mode.
2.
Door
Green
Press 7 to enter Menu 7.
The Mode LED turns orange.
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3. Perform one of the following:
a.
Enter a 3-digit User Slot number
between 001 and 500 to indicate
the user to whom you want to
enroll a Primary or Secondary code.
For example, the User Slot 003
represents User #3.
If the selected slot has no Primary
Code, the Mode LED flashes green,
indicating that the controller is
ready to accept a Primary Code.
Mode
If the selected slot already has a
Primary Code but no Secondary
code, the Mode LED flashes red,
indicating that the controller is
ready to accept a Secondary Code.
Mode
Door
Green Green
Door
Red
Green
If the selected slot already has a Primary and Secondary Code,
you hear a long beep and the controller returns to Normal
mode.
b. Present a proximity card (AC-x32 models) or enter the 4-digit
PIN that you want to assign as the Primary or Secondary Code
for this slot number.
If the proximity card presented or PIN entered is valid, the
Mode LED stops flashing and the controller is ready for you to
enter the next 3-digit slot number (refer to Step a) that you
want to assign a code to.
4. Do one of the following:
a.
Press # to move to the next slot number.
b. If you do not wish to continue enrolling codes, press # twice
and the controller returns to Normal mode.
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10.9.5
Enrolling Secondary Codes Using the Code
Search Method
The Code Search feature enables you to quickly enroll a Secondary
Code to a user who already has a Primary Code.
To enroll secondary codes using the Code Search method:
1. Enter Programming mode.
Mode
Door
Green
2. Press 7 to enter Menu 7.
The Mode LED turns orange.
Mode
Door
Orange
3. Enter the 3-digit User Slot number 000.
The Door LED flashes orange.
Mode
Door
Orange
The controller is now waiting for the Primary Code of the user to
whom you want to add a Secondary Code.
4. Present a proximity card (AC-x32 models) or enter the 4-digit PIN
code of the Primary code belonging to the user for whom you
want to add a Secondary code.
5. The Mode LED flashes red.
Mode
Door
Red
Orange
If the Primary code entered is not valid, a long beep is emitted
and the unit continues to wait for a valid Primary code.
6. Present a proximity card (AC-x32 models) or enter the 4-digit PIN
code to be used as the Secondary code.
If the Secondary Code is valid, the controller beeps three times
and returns to Normal mode.
If the Secondary Code is invalid, the controller emits a long beep,
and continues to wait for you to enter a valid Secondary code.
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10.10
Deleting Primary and Secondary Codes
There are two methods to delete Primary and Secondary codes: the
Standard Method and the Code Search method.
When deleting a user slot, both the Primary code and the Secondary
code are erased.
10.10.1 Deleting Primary and Secondary Codes Using
the Standard Method
To delete the Primary and Secondary codes using the Standard
Method:
1. Enter Programming mode.
Mode
Door
Green
2. Press 8 to enter Menu 8.
The Mode LED turns orange and the
Mode LED turns red.
Mode
Door
Red
Orange
Red
Orange
3. Enter the 3-digit user slot code you wish
to delete.
The Mode LED flashes red indicating the
controller is waiting for the
Programming code to confirm the
deletion.
Mode
Door
If the user slot is empty, a long beep is
emitted and the unit returns to Normal
mode.
4. Enter your programming code to
confirm the deletion.
If the Programming code is valid, three beeps are emitted and the
unit returns to Normal mode.
If the Programming code is invalid, a long beep is emitted and the
unit returns to Normal mode.
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It is recommended that a record be kept of added and
deleted users so that it is easier to keep track of which user
slots are empty and which user slots are not.
10.10.2 Deleting Primary and Secondary Codes Using
the Code Search Method
To delete the Primary and Secondary codes using the Code
Search Method:
1. Enter Programming mode.
Mode
Door
Green
2. Press 8 to enter Menu 8.
The Mode LED turns orange and the
Mode LED turns red.
Mode
Door
Red
Orange
Red
Orange
3. Enter 000 as the 3-digit user slot
number.
The Door LED flashes orange, indicating
that the controller is now waiting for
the Primary code of the user you want
to delete.
Door
Mode
The controller is now waiting for the Primary Code of the user
you want to delete.
4. Enter the 4- to 8-digit PIN code of the
Primary Code belonging to the user you
want to delete.
The Mode LED flashes red.
Mode
Door
Red
Orange
5. Enter your Programming code to confirm the deletion.
If the Programming code is valid, three beeps are emitted and the
unit returns to Normal mode.
If the Programming code is invalid, a long beep is emitted and the
unit returns to Normal mode.
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It is recommended that a record be kept of added and deleted
users so that it is easier to keep track of which user slots are
empty and which user slots are not.
10.11
Return to Factory Default Settings
Be very careful before using this command as it erases the
entire memory, including all User and Special codes, and
returns all codes to their factory default settings.
To return to factory default settings:
1. Enter Programming mode.
Mode
Door
Green
2. Press 0 to enter Menu 0.
The Mode LED and the Door LED flash
red.
Mode
Door
Red
Red
3. Enter your 4-digit Programming code.

If the Programming Code is valid, all memory is erased, three
beeps are emitted, and the controller returns to Normal
mode.

If the Programming code is invalid, a long beep is emitted,
and the controller returns to Normal mode without erasing
the memory of the controller.
10.12
Replacing a Lost Programming Code
To be able to replace a lost programming code, the controller
must be in Normal mode. Before proceeding, verify that the
Mode LED is green.
1. Remove power from the unit.
2. Press the REX button.
3. Apply power to the unit while pressing the REX button.
4. Release the REX button.
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5. You have 15 seconds to program a new Programming code into
the unit using the initial default code 1234 before the controller
reverts to the existing code.
10.13
Replacing a Lost Normal/Secure Code
To be able to replace lost Normal/Secure code, the
controller must be in Secure mode. Before proceeding,
verify that the Mode LED is red.
1. Remove power from the unit.
2. Press the REX button.
3. Apply power to the unit while pressing the REX button.
4. Release the REX button.
5. You have 15 seconds to program a new Normal/Secure code into
the unit using the initial default code 3838 before the controller
reverts to the existing code.
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Limited Warranty
The full ROSSLARE Limited Warranty Statement is available in the
Quick Links section on the ROSSLARE website at
www.rosslaresecurity.com.
Rosslare considers any use of this product as agreement to the
Warranty Terms even if you do not review them.
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