Specifications
DG-35LD
Operating Voltage 12VDC
Current Draw Active: 160mA/12VDC, Standby: 60mA/12VDC
Digital Keypad System
Operation Manual
Keypad 4x3 matrix backlit keypad (0~9, *,#)
Input Tamper switch contact(Tamper(-))
Output 1 relay (NO/NC/COM)
Relay Rating MAX.12A/14VDC, 7A/120VAC
Memory Volume 200 User codes
01~99 seconds or manual mode (00) (When used
Relock Time with PSM-25T or PSM-26T, please set relock time
by its timer)
LED Status Indication 2 LEDs (Green/Yellow)
Ambient Humidity 5%~95% (Non-condensing)
Operating Temperature -20°C~+70°C
LED Indicators & Keypad Sounds
Features
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Unit: mm
Up to 200 users, 4 or 5 digital PIN codes.
Epoxy sealed for weatherproof function (IP65).
2 LEDs and a built-in buzzer for status and programming feedback.
Audible code entry verification.
Keypad tamper lockout: After 3 wrong codes are entered, the keypad will go into
lockdown for one minute.
6. Stainless steel casing with vandal resistant screws for enhanced safety and durability.
7. Control electronics separate from keypad for added security.
8. Non-volatile memory protects programmed information in case of power loss.
9. Optical tamper sensor for vandal resistance.
10. Backlit keys for easy nightime use.
11. It is suggested to be used with PSM-25T or PSM-26T unit.
(PSM-25T or PSM-36T is an easy-to-install power supply unit with an adjustable
timer and provides various connections to Request-to-Exit buttons, electrified
locks and access control systems).
LED
Beep
Signal
Status
Green Indicator On
Relay is activated
Yellow Indicator On
Power On
1 short beep
Key press
1 long beep
Valid entry
2 beeps
Enter programming mode, Exit
programming mode
3 beeps
Invalid entry
5 beeps
All user codes are deleted
21 beeps
Master code length is changed
26 beeps
Master code is reset to default value
(See Wiring Diagram)
Factory Default Settings
Master Code 1234(4 digits), programmable in 4 or 5 digits
Jumper on pin 1 & 2 Reset master code
Jumper on pin 2 & 3 Normal
Relock Time 5 seconds
Keystroke Interval Time 5 seconds (fixed)
Programming Mode Time Delay 25 seconds (fixed)
Wiring Diagram
123
123
Restore
Normal
Black Wire Cable →
EXIT Button
PBT-800 European Standard Size
AS-500 ANSI Size
N.O.
Emergency
Light
Com
Relay
123
Black
N.C.
Restore
JP B
Tamper(-)
A
Red
White
Yellow
PB
GND
L
B
A
12VDC
1A
N
12VDC
INPUT
100~240VAC
1.5A
N.C.
N.O.
PSM-25T
(or PSM-26T)
Timer
0~45S
N.C. (Fail-safe) / N.O. (Fail-secure) Switchable
Electromagnetic
Lock
Electric Strike
Electric Dropbolt
DG-35LD
Note:
1. It is suggested to use a linear power supply unit to prevent power rating reduction
from the keypad.
2. It is suggested to use #22~26 AWG insulation wire.
3. The exit button input can be wired to a normally open push button to activate the relay.
4. With CE qualified EMC specification.
5. The door strike or relay must have a varistor or a diode across the door strike
terminals to suppress the back EMF of the strike – failure to do so will damage the
relay contacts and electronic components, or even burn the controller.
6. The tamper output (Tamper (-)) is rated 12VDC at 100mA, and can be connected to an
alarm buzzer or a caution light. When the alarm buzzer is triggered, the tamper switch
changes status from NC to NO.
7. When the keypad wire is not long enough, cut off the black wire (with the white color
wire head), and you can make the extension wire on your own.
Operation Instructions
1. Entering Programming Mode
Enter 4-digit master code twice 1234 1234 (2 beeps and rapidly flashing Yellow
LED indicate that programming mode has been entered).
※ The system will automatically exit programming mode if no keys are pressed
within 25 seconds or you may simply press # to exit.
2. Setting Relock Time
The relock time determines the amount of time that the door remains unlocked
after a valid PIN is entered.
a. Enter programming mode.
b. Press ﹡300 (Green LED rapidly flashes).
c. Press 00~99 (1 beep, and Green LED stays on).
d. Press # (1 beep) to be back to programming mode.
e. Press # again (2 beeps) to be back to standby mode (Yellow LED slowly flashes).
※ Entering 00 sets relock time to 0 second (manual mode), entering 05 indicates
setting up 5 seconds, and so on.
(When used with PSM-25T or PSM-26T power supply unit, please set relock time
by its timer)
3. Deleting All User Codes
a. Enter programming mode.
b. Press ﹡888 (Green LED stays on).
c. Press 00 (1 beep, Green LED slowly flashes and 5 beeps).
d. Press # (1 beep) to be back to programming mode.
e. Press # again (2 beeps) to be back to standby mode (Yellow LED slowly flashes).
4. Adding User Codes
A.
a. Enter programming mode.
b. Press ﹡001~ ﹡200 (Green LED rapidly flashes to indicate the slot position
is available).
c. Press new PIN code (1 beep, and Green LED stays on).
d. Press # (1 beep) to be back to programming mode.
e. Press #again (2 beeps) again to be back to standby mode (Yellow LED
slowly flashes).
B.
a. Enter programming mode.
b. Press ﹡001~ ﹡200 (Green LED stays on to indicate the position is not available).
c. Press 0000 (1 beep) to delete data from the slot position (Green LED rapidly
flashes).
e. Repeat Step 4-A to add a new PIN.
5. Changing Master Code
a. Enter programming mode.
b. Press ﹡000 + XXXX (4-digit master code) (1 beep, and Yellow LED stays on).
c. Press # (2 beeps) to be back to programming mode.
d. Press # again (2 beeps) to be back to standby mode (Yellow LED slowly flashes).
(Press *000+XXXX for a 4-digit master code or press *000+XXXXX for a 5-digit
master code)
6. Changing Master Code Length
a. Enter programming mode.
b. Set master code length to 4 or 5 digits: Press ﹡555 + 4 or 5
(21 beeps and Yellow LED rapidly flashes).
(Press 4 to set the length to 4 digits or press 5 to set the lengh to 5 digits)
c. Press # (1 beep) to be back to programming mode.
d. Press # again (2 beeps) to be back to standby mode (Yellow LED slowly flashes).
Note:After the length is changed, all user codes are deleted as well. The master
code will be reset to default value.
(If the default value is 4 digits, the master code is 1234; if 5 digits, 12345)
7. Resetting Master Code to Default Value
Refer to the wiring diagram. Insert a short-circuit jumper at Restore JP location
when DG-35LD is supplied with power. After 26 beeps, the master code will be
reset to default value, then remove the short-circuit jumper.
Appendix
User
User Name
Slot Number
PIN#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Warranty:
The product is warranted against defects in material and workmanship while used in
normal service for a period of 1 year from the date of sale to the original customer.
The GEM policy is one of continual development and improvement; therefore GEM
reserves the right to change specifications without notice.
Copyright © All Rights Reserved. P-MU-DG-35LD Published: 2016.05.24
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