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OPERATION & INSTALLATION MANUAL
for S1 v.3.2 software and above
John Wainwright Systems Ltd.
Westfield Court. Third Avenue. Westfield Trading Estate. Midsomer Norton Radstock. BA3 4XE
Tel: 01761 414700 | Fax: 01761 414722 | E-mail. post@jwsltd.com | Web: www.jwsltd.com
Manuals, Brochures & Software.
www.jwsltd.com
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Fully Featured Standalone Access Control Unit
With On-Board Network / Printer Capability
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© JWS Ltd.
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Contents
General Specification
Software Specification
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Installation
General
Wiring Mains
Removing the PCB
The PCB - what does each connection do ?
Card / Proximity Readers
Lock Releases
Exit Switches and Door Contacts
Networking
Factory settings
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Operation & Programming
Menu Overview
Quick Start Guide - STANDALONE
Quick Start Guide - NETWORKS
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Programming
1st menu option 2nd menu option 3rd menu option 4th menu option 5th menu option 6th menu option 7th menu option 8th menu option -
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Pass tokens ?
Cancel Tokens ?
Check Tokens ?
Learn a tokens Signature ?
Time Zone setup ?
Set the time & date ?
Engineers Setup - timers, alarms
Print-out system settings / Top of form.
Troubleshooting
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PC Software Specification
The unit can be used in a standalone, or in multi-door networked environment controlled by
PC or Host Controller. There are three software packages available Navigator Lite TM and
Navigator Pro TM and Navigator ProPlus DOS TM.
Lite - is a low cost Windows package which supports small to medium size systems for up
to 10 doors and 5,000 card or token holders. It is simple to create and manage powerful
control of who goes where and when. Full historical analysis is provided. The ‘User Group’
feature makes life really simple for speedy addition or deletion of access tokens.
Pro - supports medium to large size systems of up to 50 doors and 100,000 users with
complete I/O management software. Pro also supports Guard Tours.
Use ‘ProPLus DOS’ for very large systems up to 400 doors.
Remote Sites - can be conncected via modems or Wide Area Networks ( WAN ) bringing
all access control management to one central point of operation. Doors may be monitored and
remotely controlled.
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Troubleshooting - what the display shows and general problems.
When programming; the lid spring needs to be released ( or Tamper Switch override removed
if fitted ) - otherwise the keypad will not respond. To test cards or in normal operation circum
-stances lid spring needs to be depressed otherwise the card reader / locks will not respond.
Perform your initial tests and readings with S1 ‘off-load’ i.e. with no lock or battery or other
ancillary items connected, faulty lock or dead batteries cause majority of faults.
AC ON ‘LED4’ not lit
Confirm that mains is present.
Check the Fuse “ AC POWER 2A ”
Check that AC is coming on to the PCB from transformer
(normal approx 15vAC off load)
No battery backup
Check Fuse “ BATT 2A “.
Check for 13.8 V DC at the battery terminals
No response to cards
Is tamper switch / lid spring depressed.
Make sure reader wiring is correct
Measure the supply voltage to the reader:
Mag-stripe readers - 4.8 - 5 V DC
Proximity readers - 12 -13.8 V DC
Check connector to the reader mechanism
Is there a time zone active - either OPEN or LOCK zone
Is there an override open or lock input latched on.
No lock operation
Is tamper switch / lid spring depressed.
Is the relay seen to work ? , check lock fuse “LOCK POWER”
Are the lock connections wired correctly
Check the current consumption of the device you are switching
Ensure a diode is correctly fitted.
Make sure the lock has DC coil and not drawing more > 500mA
If external PSU is fitted replace Lock fuse with 2A equivalent.
Poor card reading
Clean card reader heads. Cleaning card is recommended.
Mounted position of reader not appropriate
Keep JWS Prox away from metallic surfaces and each other
Common causes of faults No diode at lock coil / Dirty card reader head /Damaged cards
Over-tightened screw terminals ( can damage solder joints)
Trapped cables / Incorrect wiring
Lock current consumption too high / Arcing at relay contacts
No training of end-user / Bad installation / Vandalism
Constant sound from unit Check state of door contacts and appropriate alarms
ENSURE LINK IS FITTED BETWEEN C & Dr ON TB6’
Display says.....
Data Format Error
Bad Fault Code
Token is Void
Out of Time Zone
Not For This Door
Wrong Site Code
Ccorrect reader format set in ‘ Engineers set up menu’ ?
Usually present when there is a ‘anti-passback’ fault
Card may not be passed / Card Date may of expired / No.of uses
may be exceeded
Token outside preset time zone allocated to that card
Token is not programmed for access on that door
Check cards with settings on unit.
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Specification.
New S1 v3.2 Additions include Full support for the JWS-Prox Reader
PIN+ Swipe Standalone Operation for up to 2000 users
More Token Data Formats and Selectable Card Data Field Lenghts
Network Upgrade for up to 75 doors
Fully programmable single door access control unit with full on-board network capability
Choice of three networking options supporting host controllers and/or PC based.
Compatible with all popular card format and token reader technologies
Can be used standalone or via PC software / Printer output as standard - selectable reporting
On-board Power Supply rated @ 12vDC 500mA continuous. - (Fuse protected relay.)
Two sets of isolated relay contacts on PCB - 1 for main lock release and 1 programmable.
Exit Switch and Door Contact Input and Interlock feature.
Battery Input with charger facility - ( Works on backup battery in event of mains failure)
16 key keypad and 16x2 LCD / Token signature learning feature
Full card/token valid ,checking and void facility in blocks or singly ( dependant on format )
Programmable lock times / Exit reader facility without the need of extra hardware
16 programmable Time zones - 8 card / token zones and 8 lock open zones
10,000 user capacity standalone. 5,000 using NavLite, up to 100,000 using NavPro or ProPlus
Door alarms - Door forced and Door left open - with programmable timeout.
Door chimes - Activated on validated entry ( programmable )
Interlock feature / Anti-tailgating / RS232 or RS485 serial port output / Token+PIN feature
General
This unit is designed to be user programmed as with all JWS access control equipment.
Thought should be given to suitable positioning agreeable to both the installer and end-user.
The control unit should be wall mounted on the secure side of the door. Use the three mounting
holes within the box for fixing purposes. Under no circumstances should the unit be fitted
externally, in a false ceiling or unventilated cupboard, allow space around the cabinet for
maintenance. Avoid mounting the units ( controller & reader ) in direct sources of light or heat
or in places where damp or condensation may be a problem.
IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT A BACKUP BATTERY IS FITTED. The space at the base of the control
box is sufficient for a 1.2AHr. 12 vDC battery. This should be of the maintenance free type
such as the YUASA range of batteries. Observe the polarity!
The unit operates in two modes 1) When programming; the lid spring needs to be released
( Tamper Switch override removed if fitted ) -otherwise the keypad will not respond.
2) When testing cards or in normal operation circumstances the lid spring / tamper switch
need to be depressed - otherwise the card reader and locks will not respond.
Removing the PCB
To simplify the installation it will be necessary to remove the PCB. Remove any pre-wired
terminal blocks ensuring you are supporting the PCB properly to stop flexing. Now push back
the retaining clips on the mounting pillars and pull the PCB upwards and out of the box.
Wiring Mains
Observe the standard safety precautions. If you are not qualified to make mains based connections consult a qualified electrician. Ensure that you have a secure earth connection.
Please note that there should be no earth connection between the PCB and ground. Mains
supply from an adjacent unswitched 2A spur point ( fused ). Use min 1mm twin & earth. The
power consumption is less that 20 watts. It is highly recommended that mains suppression
devices are used. ‘Surge Purge’ TM spur point or Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs) suggested.
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8/9th menu options - Top of form / Printout system settings
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The PCB - what does each connection do ?
TB4
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TB1 ( POWER & FIRE ALARM INPUT )
1 AC from transformer
approx 14.5v AC off-load
2 AC from transformer
3 -ve from battery
approx 13.8v DC off-load
4 +ve from battery
5 Aux input - Forms Fire Alarm Panel Loop with -ve
TB2 READER(S)
6 OV reader
7 Data Line
8 Clock Line
9 Exit reader Data ( using exit reader all connections in parallel except ‘data’ connection )
10 5v DC ( To be used as supply for 5v DC readers )
11 Green LED
12 Red LED
TB3 AUX RELAY
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TB4 LOCK
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SET OF ISOLATED RELAY CONTACTS LINK
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‘12v’ TO ‘C’ TO GET 12v TO THE RELAY
19 C
20 12vDC ( Marked as 12V, used as supply for 12v readers )
You will only see these menus if in your engineer setup option you have printer selected.
( See ‘Engineer Setup-timers,alarms...)
If you have network settings in the engineers setup you will only see ‘Top of Form’
When you reach the menu showing ‘Printouts system settings’..
Press D to enter.
You will be asked what settings you want printed out including
‘Token status’. Work through the options choosing 1=yes for
items you want printed and 0=no for items you do not.
TOKEN STATUS
(1=YES,0=NO)?_
Now enter the token numbers to be printed out
Try to keep this figure small and request printouts on only
25-50 tokens at a time
PRINTING...
When you reach the menu showing ‘Top of form’..
This allows you to set the top alignment of the paper
on the printer before you start printing.
Now adjust the paper accordingly.
Press D to confirm.
SET TOP OF FORM
ON PRINTER ?_
TOP OF FORM SET
The unit will confirm this with ‘Top of form set’
Information on Printer setup.
RS232 Serial Port Settings - Use a serial interface printer that you can programme - Epsom
LX300 is reccomended ( specify serial interface when ordering ! ).
The Epson LX-300 can be configured in seemingly endless ways however from standard
‘out of the box‘ settings all that is needed is a change to the Baud rate (Change this to 1200bps
-originally set at 9600) and the IF to ‘Serial’.
TB5 NETWORK / PC / PRINTER ) ( 2 core with overal screen ) *
21 C ( Common - use drain wire / screen )
22 A
23 B
Baud rate:
Data Bits:
Parity: o f f
Stop bits:
* On RS232/485 convertor unit connections are marked C 1 2 not C A B
Wire C to C, A to 2 and B to 1 ( On convertor only)
Use a 2 core cable with overall screen ( drain wire acts as screen )
Pin-outs for 25way D-Type connector ( Male )
TB6 INPUTS ( Both are normally closed - links should be fitted if not in use )
24 C
25 Exit Switch Input ( Loop formed with C for exit control )
26 Door Contact ( Loop formed with C for door contacts )
D type Controller
Pin 3
DTX
Pin 7
Screen
Pin 20
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PRINT-OUT SYSTEM
SETTINGS / TOKENS_
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Information on ‘Engineers setup’ ?
Whether you use the controller as a standalone unit or on a network, you must become acc
-ustomed to the S1 menu structure. Read through this section before attempting to programme.
1) TOKEN DATA FORMAT / CARD PROFILE.
This lets the S1 know what reader you have installed.
Set to 6 for JWS mag-stripe and 12 for JWS Prox reader.
2) SITE CODE - Know your site code - this is very important! Both you ( the engineer ) and
the end-user must keep a record of this for both programming reasons and ordering additional
cards. If you require technical support from the manufacturer you must quote the site code.
3) MENU ACCESS CODE - The menu access code is needed to gain entry to the programming
setup, so....If you don’t know the menu access code or have forgotten it you won’t be able to
programme the unit. The default is 1234. If you change this - keep a hard copy record.
4) ACCESS GRANTED TIME - This is the time setting that dictates how long the door will be
released for (and how long the green LED on the reader will be illuminated for).
The default time is 5 seconds - on average this is a perfectly acceptable time.
For barriers a momentary input is all that is required ( set time to 0 or 1 seconds ).
5) ACCESS DENIED TIME- This is the time setting that dictates how long the red LED will be
illuminated for after the unit has rejected a token / or does not read the token properly.
The default time is 2 seconds. It is advised that it is left as default.
6) DOOR LEFT OPEN TIMER.- If the door that is being controlled is left open for a certain
amount of time the on-board alarm will sound. You must have door contacts fitted.
Set to 0 (zero) seconds if you don’t want this option.
7) DOOR FORCED ALARM - If the door that is being controlled is forced open the on-board
alarm will sound. You must have door contacts fitted.
8) DOOR CHIMES - When the door that is being controlled is opened the on-board door chime
will sound. You must have door contacts fitted.
9) INTERLOCK - To use the unit as an interlock select this option Ask for the Interlock setup guide.
10) AUX. OUTPUT - When the above alarms are activated ( Forced, Left open ).
The on-board aux. relay can be triggered if this option is selected.
11) ANTI-TAILGATING - Select this option to turn on anti-tailgating feature.
When selected anti-tailgating cuts short the lock release time ( access granted time ) after a
valid card/token user goes through the door - thus stopping tailgating by non token holders.
You must have door contacts fitted.
12) When you have Navigator - Lite or Navigator-Pro software installed on your PC you
can change all the above settings for every door on the computer. Free Demo versions of the
software are available fromt the JWS website. www.jwsltd.com
13)
U5 (PRINTER CHIP) MUST BE FITTED TO THE UNIT FOR THE PRINTER TO OPERATE
U6 (NETWORK CHIP) MUST BE FITTED TO THE UNIT FOR THE NETWORK TO RUN
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Card & Token Readers
Always use screened cable for connecting readers to control units.
The maximum recommended reader cable run is 25m.
Do not run lock release wiring and reader cabling together - always use separate cable.
Cable for readers should be 6 core with an overall screen eg. RS 367-476.
JWS Card & Token Readers ( WITH 3m CABLE SUPPLIED)
S1 PCB
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JWS EXTERNAL SWIPE
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FOR EXIT READER*
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JWSMINIPROX
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FOR EXIT READERS*
NO CONNECTION WIRE RED TO 12V
GREEN
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JWS Card & Token Readers ( WITHOUT CABLE SUPPLIED)
S1 PCB
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JWS INTERNAL SWIPE
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FOR EXIT READERS*
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JWS INSERT
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JWS Card & Reader Setup
When you first set up the S1 and Reader you must choose the correct ‘Token data format’
This will let the S1 know what type of reader you are fitting.
The Token data format setting is contained within the Engineers Setup Menu.
JWS Magnetic Stripe readers are ‘6’ & JWSMINIProx reader is ’12’
NB.
It is vital that the card is swiped / inserted in one smooth continuous motion through the reader.
If at first the user is denied access wait until the LEDs go out then try again. Proximity readers
by their very nature are very ‘installation sensitive’, care must be taken to keep them
away from metallic surfaces and from each other.
LEDs
A green LED indicates that access has been granted and that the door will open.
A red LED indicates that access is not allowed through that door for your card.
Two LEDs ( green and red together on insert reader or orange on swipe reader)
indicate a bad card read or misread , wait till the LEDs go out then try again.
A red flashing LED indicates card is ‘Out of Time Zone‘ - If unsuccessful after a few attempts
check with the system administrator that you are allowed access through that door.
A green flashing LED indicates that the unit is currently in ‘free-access’ (OPEN zone) and that
cards/ tokens are not needed to gain access at this time.
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Lock Releases, Exit Switches, Door Contacts
Lock Releases
Normally Closed
(Fails Safe)
Ov NO NC C 12v
Normally Open / Maglock
(Fails Secure)
Now enter the access denied time. (red LED on reader)
Default time is 3 seconds
Enter Denied time
Exit Switches and Door Contact
C EX DR
Ov NO NC C 12v
ACCESS DENIED
TIME (SECS.)-_
PRESS ‘D’ TO ENTER
Choose the timeout setting for the door left open timer.**
See ‘Information on Engineers setup’
Enter Open time
C EX DR
DOOR LEFT OPEN
TIMER (SECS.)-_
PRESS ‘D’ TO ENTER
to lock +
to lock -
to lock +
to lock -
to N.C.
door contacts
to N.O.
exit switch
Always fit diode to the lock. (Band end to the +ve. )
Cable for locks should be any suitably rated polarised 2 core cable
Serial lead
(supplied)
RS232/485
Host
/ RS 232 unit
convertor
C 1 2
DOOR FORCED
(1=YES,0=NO)?_
Turn on door chimes **
(Choose 1 =yes, or 0 =no)
Enter Choice
DOOR CHIMES
(1=YES, 0=NO)-_
Turn on Printer / PC report for ‘door opening’
(Choose 1 =yes, or 0 =no)
Enter Choice
Networking
Wiring the network does not require any set pattern or configuration. Wire to suit your installation, spur,
star etc (not ring). Choose a 2 core cable with overall screen eg. RS 361-361 (Type 2). When you have
set up the controller as a network unit all programming can then be done from the PC using Navigator
software or Host controller.
Navigator
PC
Turn on door forced alarm **
(Choose 1 =yes, or 0 =no)
Enter Choice
S1
Unit
S1
Unit
C A B
C A B
Wiring S1s to S1s
Wire all Cs together (using screen)
Wire all As together (using 1 core)
Wire all Bs together (using 2nd core)
REPORT OPENINGS
(1=YES,0=NO)?_
Turn on Printer / PC report for ‘exit switch activation’
(Choose 1 =yes, or 0 =no)
Enter Choice
Turn on ‘interlock’ option
(Choose 1 =yes, or 0 =no)
Enter Choice
REPORT EXIT SW.
(1=YES,0=NO)?_
USE INTERLOCK
(1=YES, 0=NO)?_
Turn on the aux. output if door alarms are activated **
(Choose 1 =yes, or 0 =no)
Enter Choice
AUX. OUT IF OPEN
(1=YES, 0=N0)?_
ANTI-TAILGATING
( 1=YES,0=NO)?_
Turn on anti-tailgating **
(Choose 1 =yes, or 0 =no)
Enter Choice
The unit will now take you through the setup for a standalone unit (printer) or
networked unit
Wiring first S1 to the convertor
‘A’ from S1 is wired to ‘2’
‘B’ from S1 is wired to ‘1’
1=Yes
Wiring convertor to PC
Use the pre-formed 3m serial lead (supplied) to
connect the PCs serial port ( D-type 9 way ) to the 4 way terminal block in the convertor.
NB. If you are connecting to a host controller you will see the message ‘Network On-line’ on each of the
units.The host unit however will show ‘Off-line’. This refers to the state of the host units serial port and
its connection to a PC - hence if there is no PC connected the unit displays ‘Off-line’.
NET SYSTEM (1)
OR PRINTER (0)
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NAVIGATOR NET
(1=YES, 0=NO)?_
0=No
0 = printer/standalone
SET...
ENTER THE DOOR
NUMBER -_
Choose between 1 - X Now set for
Navigator Network
Choose between 2 - 20
ENTER THE DOOR
NUMBER -_
Now set for
Standlone / Printer
SET...
Now set for
Host Unit Network
* Token data format - (general rule) - Magstripe cards = ‘6’,
Proximity Tokens and Learnt ( inc. FastProx and HID ) = ‘0’
** must have door contacts fitted
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SET...
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6th menu option -Set the time & date ?
When you reach the menu showing Set the time & date?...
Press D to enter.
Now enter the current time in 24hr. format
Enter Time
SET THE TIME
& DATE?_
ENTER HOURS/MINS
(24HR CLK) HH:MM
Now enter the current Date and Month
Enter Date & Month
ENTER DATE/MONTH
DD:MM
Enter the year in two digit format eg. 2000 = 00 / 2001 =01
Enter Year
Finally you will be asked to enter the day of the week.
Each day of the week is represented numerically.
1=Monday, 2=Tuesday etc.
Choose Day. Time and Date is now set.
ENTER THE YEAR 00-99YY
SET DAY OF WEEK 1=MON, 2 =TUE
Information on ‘Time & Date’?
1) Check clock has been set correctly by depressing lid spring waiting for main display to appear.
2) By changing the clock test your timezones. Set the clock to 1min before your timezone is
set to activate - that way you can test cards and/or locks both before and during time zones.
REMEMBER TO RESET THE CLOCK AFTER CHECKING TIMEZONES!
7th menu option - Engineers Setup - timers, alarms
When you reach the menu showing Engineer setup - timers /..?
Press D to enter.
ENGINEER SETUP TIMER,ALARMS, -
Programming
When powered up the display cycles through a number of reports
indicating last event, date & time manufactures name and
software version number.
It will then display the message ‘Press any key to go into
programme menus’.
ENTER MENU CODE
DO YOU NEED
HELP YES/NO?
The status of the serial port i.e. on or off line will also
be indicated.
PASS TOKENS
By depressing any key the controller then
prompts us to enter the menu access code.*
If we do not enter this code within 30 seconds
the display reverts back to its opening prompts.
CANCEL TOKENS
However assuming that we have entered
the correct menu access code the display
changes to...
Do you need help 1=yes, 0=no ?
CHECK TOKENS
By depressing ‘0’ we move onto the first “floor “
of our menu options which is displayed as
‘Alter token settings and view tokens’.
LEARN A CARD
SIGNATURE
Should we wish to select this menu option it
is necessary to press ‘D’ to enter the “rooms”,
related sub menus associated with this menu
“floor”.
TIME ZONES
# key is a universal escape key
The first option deals with resetting the unit to its default settings.
The display will show ‘Clear memory 1=yes, 0=no)
Choose 1 or 0
It takes at least 5 to rese.
You are now prompted to enter the token data format.
The general rule is that the token data format is 6 for
Press 0 then enter Magstripe, 0 for Proximity. *
CLEAR MEMORY ?
( 1 =YES, 0=NO)?_
SET TOKEN FORMAT
(USUALLY=6) - _
PRESS ‘D’ TO ENTER
Display will now show ‘ Enter site code for tokens ’
See ‘Information on Engineers setup’
Enter Site Code
You are now prompted to choose a menu access code
This allows the user to gain entry to the programming setup
Make a hard copy record of this !
Enter Menu Code
Now enter the access granted time in secs. ( lock release time )
Default time is 5 seconds
Enter Granted time
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ENTER SITE CODE
FOR TOKENS-_
4 DIGITS OR LESS WITH ‘D’
MENU ACCESS CODE
( 4-DIGITS) -_
By pressing ‘A’ or B we can view the sub menus and press
‘D’ to select the programming option that we require.
To leave this series of “rooms”, sub menus depress the ‘A’
key until you see the prompt ‘Back to the options’.
Then press ‘D’
TIME & DATE
ENGINEER SETUP
To move to another “floor “ simply depress ‘A’ or ‘B’ until
you arrive at the menu options that you require.
SET TOP OF FORM
If you enter a menu by mistake use the Universal Escape Key ( # )
to return to the main menu.
* MENU ACCESS CODE - THIS IS NOT THE SITE CODE
THE MENU ACCESS CODE IS FOR ACCESSING THE
PROGRAMMING MENUS. THE DEFAULT IS
1234. THIS CAN BE CHANGED TO ANY 4 DIGIT CODE.
ACCESS GRANTED
TIME (SECS.)-_
PRESS ‘D’ TO ENTER
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PRINT OUT SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Quick Start Guide - Standalone
5th menu option - Time Zone setup ?
Time zones are a great way of controlling access by adding a time parameter to govern when
and when not, tokens will work. See Information on ‘Time Zones Setup..’below
Example - Programming 50 JWS cards or fobs -to work 24hr/7 days a week.
YOU MUST HAVE U5 ( PRINTER CHIP ) FITTED TO THE S1 FOR THE PRINTER TO RUN
Open the control box.
Display shows
Enter the menu code
(default 1234 - this is not the site code)
Do you need help ? ( 1=yes 0=no )
(Press 0 for no)
Display shows
Pass tokens? ( A,B,D selects)
(Press D to Enter )
Display shows
First token of block ?
(Enter 1 (one) then D)
Display shows
For how many tokens ?
(Enter 50 then D)
Display shows
Zone Number, D to End (1-
8)
(Enter 1 then D )
Display shows
Zone Number, D to End (1-
8)
(Press D to confirm)
Now set up the system settings, site code etc.
GO TO THE ‘INFORMATION ON ENGINEERS SETUP’ PAGE
AT THE BACK OF THE MANUAL FOR GLOSSARY / EXPLANATION OF TERMS
*Token data format for magnetic stripe cards is generally 6
Token data format for proximity tokens is generally 12
ON - 09:00 09:00
OFF - 17:00 17:00
YES
If you have chosen 0=no then you will be given a choice of 16
time zones to edit. See information on timezones below
Choose a timezone from 1(one) to 16 (sixteen)
Press D to enter
shows
shows
shows
shows
shows
shows
shows
shows
shows
shows
shows
shows
shows
shows
DISPLAY SETTINGS
(1 = YES , 0 = NO)?_
NO
SET WHICH ZONE
( 1 -16 ) ?_
FIRST ON TIME ?
HH:MM
FIRST OFF TIME ?
HH:MM
Enter the first off time in 24hr clock format
Press D to enter
Press A to bypass the next menus until you come to Engineers setup, timers , alarms...
( You want this one! )
Press ‘D’ to enter. Display shows
‘See prompts ..D skips option’ wait until the display shows
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
DAYS: MON TUE
Enter the first on time in 24hr clock format
Press D to enter
S1 will process data hen the display reverts back to Pass tokens ? ( A,B,D selects )_
Press 0
Choose a format then D to confirm
ENTER THE SITE CODE*
Choose a menu access code
Enter a time, then D to confirm
Enter a time, then D to confirm
Enter a time then D to confirm
Choose ( Yes=1 or No=0 )
Choose ( Yes=1 or No=0 )
Choose ( Yes=1 or No=0 )
Choose ( Yes=1 or No=0 )
Choose ( Yes=1 or No=0 )
Choose ( Yes=1 or No=0 )
Choose 0
Now Close the control box.
TIME ZONE SETUP?
(A,B, OR D )_
The unit shows ‘Display settings 1=yes, 0=no)’ This option lets you examine the inform
-ation in the time zones. Choose 1(yes) to view settings or 0 (no) to progress
Display shows
Clear Memory ( Yes = 1 No = 0 )
Set Token Format ( Usually = 6or12* )
Enter Site Code ...
Menu Access Code ( 4 digits )
Access granted time(secs.)
Access denied time (secs.)
Door Left Open Timer(secs.)
Door Forced
Door Chime
Report Opening
Report Exit sw.
Aux.out if open.
Anti-Tailgate.
Net System (1) or printer (0)
Engineers setup, timers , alarms...
When you reach the menu showing Time zone setup?...
Press D to enter.
Now enter the second on time in 24hr clock format
Press D to enter
SECOND ON TIME ?
HH:MM
Now enter the second off time in 24hr clock format
Press D to enter
SECOND OFF TIME ?
HH:MM
Now select days of week.You can apply every day or a combination
of days. Each day will appear on the screen in turn.
Choose as appropriate by selecting either 1 for yes / 0 for No.
VALID FOR MON
(1=YES, 0=NO) ?
Ttimezone is now set and is ready to be applied if not done already.
Information on ‘Time zone setup’?
1) For tokens to work you must apply a timezone. For tokens to work 24hrs. a day, 7 days a
week choose time zone no1 (one), and leave time zone is left ‘un-edited’ i.e. blank.
2) You can to set up two time slots ‘within’ a timezone. i.e. ‘first on & off times’ and ‘second on
& off times’. For a single time slot in a time zone set the first on time and second on time to the
same time, and the first off and the second off time to the same time.
3) There are 16 (sixteen) times.
1 to 8 apply to tokens - ‘card time zones’.
9 to 16 apply to locks - ‘free access periods’.
4) If you wish to have a time zone to operate ‘overnight’ you must set two time zones - one to
take you to 23:59 then a new time zone to operate from 00:01 to the off time.
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Quick Start Guide - Networking
4th menu option - Learn a tokens Signature ?
You may have tokens which need to be taught on an individual basis.
When you reach the menu showing Learn a token signature?...
Press D to enter.
The display will now show ‘First token to learn’?
Choose a number you wish to allocate to the token*
Press D to enter *see information below
YOU MUST HAVE U6 ( NETWORK CHIP ) FITTED FOR THE NETWORK TO RUN
LEARNA TOKEN’S
SIGNATURE?_
FIRST TOKEN TO
LEARN?_
Engineers setup, timers , alarms... ( You want this one! )
Press ‘D’ to enter this menu
Press D to enter
The display will now prompt you to enter another time zone
Unless you want another time zone
Press D to enter
Getting Started
On power up the LED display will illuminate. Several messages will appear on the screen.
This is normal, these include ‘Time & Date ‘ ‘Last Event’ & ‘State of Network’
Enter menu access code ( default 1234 ). Do you need help Press 1 for yes OR 0 for no.
Now you will notice that the screen shows ‘Pass tokens A, B D selects’.
Press A to bypass the next menus until you come to
The display show ‘ Zone numbers, D to end, (1-8 )
See time zone setup page for details. Pick a time zone for the tokens
to work.The simplest way is to select TIME ZONE 1 which should be
left blank - allowing the tokens to work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Choose a time zone from 1 - 8
The only part of the menu you need to use is the seventh on which is - ENGINEER SETUP.
ZONE NUMBERS, D
TO END (1- 8) _
The unit will now prompt you to present the token to the reader.
Swipe the card or present the token so the unit can learn the
signature.
PRESENT NO. 0069
OR PRESS A KEY
If you have been successful and the signature has been accurately
read the unit will give an audible sound, the green and red LEDs will
illuminate and the display will show.‘Token Learnt’
TOKEN LEARNT_
The unit will now run through the same procedure with the next token
in the sequence in this example it will be Token No. 0070
PRESENT NO. 0070
OR PRESS A KEY
Follow the steps as above until you have learnt all the tokens required.
If you wish to escape press any key on the keypad.
Information on ‘Learn a tokens signature’? ( Token data format 0 )
1) These tokens are encoded with a randomly generated series of numbers which by
definition cannot be programmed in to the unit by block programming.
(Learn a card signature can also be used to learn magstripe cards and proximity tokens).
2) You will be allocating new numbers to these tokens when they are taught to the unit.
For example Token No. #23b23bg23$ (randomly encoded proximity token) can be learnt and
given the number 100.By giving the token ‘real’ numbers we can keep meaningful records of
tokens and tokenholders and control these tokens easily on the unit.
Display shows ‘See prompts ..D skips option’ wait until the display shows
Clear Memory ( Yes = 1 No = 0 ) Press 0
Display shows
Set Token Format ( Usually = 6or12* ) Choose a format then D to confirm Display shows
Enter Site Code ... Enter Site Code
Display shows
Menu Access Code ( 4 digits ) Choose a menu access code
Display shows
Access granted time(secs.) Enter a time, then D to confirm
Display shows
Access denied time (secs.) Enter a time, then D to confirm
Display shows
Door Left Open Timer(secs.) Enter a time then D to confirm
Display shows
Door Forced Choose (Yes=1 or No=)
Display shows
Door Chime Choose
“
Display shows
Report Opening Choose ”
Display shows
Report Exit sw. Choose “
Display shows
Aux.out if open. Choose “
Display shows
Anti-Tailgate. Choose “
Display shows
Net System (1) or printer (0) Choose 1
Display shows
Navigator Net ?- (1 for Navigator , 0 Host Unit Choose
Display shows
Enter the door number. Choose, then press D ( door numbers range from 1 - 100 ) **
Menu now returns to top i.e ‘Engineers Setup ‘
Now close the lid its done !
All programming can now be done on the PC or host controller
** Door numbers range from 1-10 (Lite) , 1-50 (Pro) and 2-20 (M500 / S4net Host unit)
GO TO THE ‘INFORMATION ON ENGINEERS SETUP’ PAGE
AT THE BACK OF THE MANUAL FOR GLOSSARY / EXPLANATION OF TERMS
*Token data format for magnetic stripe cards is generally 6
Token data format for proximity tokens is generally 12
3) Learnt Tokens when learnt on a ‘online’ system will work ‘offline’ if the token has been
presented to the doors for which they are valid, before a system goes off-line. They do not
have to be ‘learnt’ on each door, just ‘used’ at a valid door - i.e. the normal use for the token.
The S1 then stores the information in the event of PC failure.
ALWAYS BACKUP PC DATA AFTER LEARNING TOKENS ON-LINE.
IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT YOU CREATE A HARD COPY OF THE
TOKENS AND NUMBERS BEFORE THEY ARE LEARNT
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Programming - step by step
1st menu option - Pass tokens ?
When you first power up the unit or when you receive additional cards you
must program the unit to accept your cards. This is a very simple task and takes
just a few minutes.
When you reach the menu showing Pass tokens?...
Press D to enter.
PASS TOKENS ?
( A,B, D SELECTS)_
You will then see ‘First block of tokens’..
( A block is a batch of tokens which are consecutively numbered and as such allow
us to program a large number of tokens on the unit quickly, without having to ‘teach’
every token individually. )
Enter the first token number you wish to pass...
Press D to enter
You will now see ‘For how many tokens?..’
Choose how many tokens you wish to pass
Press D to enter
When passing a single token simply enter the number 1 (one ).
eg. First token number 69 ...For how many 1.
The display show ‘ Zone numbers, D to end, (1-8 )
See time zone setup page for details.
You must pick a time zone for the tokens to work.
The simplest way is to select TIME ZONE 1 which
should be left blank - allowing the tokens to work
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Choose a time zone from 1 - 8 ( 9-16 locks )
Press D to enter
FIRST TOKEN
OF BLOCK ? _
FOR HOW MANY
TOKENS ?_
2nd menu option - Cancel Tokens ?
Tokens lost, damaged or stolen must be removed from the S1.
Should it be found or recovered it can be programmed again to work if required.
When you reach the menu showing Cancel tokens?...
Press D to enter.
The display will show ‘First token of block? ’
Enter the first token number you wish to cancel...
Press D to enter.
‘For how many tokens?..’
Enter the number of tokens in the block you have
Press D to enter
If you are cancelling a single token only simply enter 1 (one) when it
prompts you.. ‘For how many tokens’...
Unit will now prompt you to enter another time zone
Unless you want another time zone
Press D to enter
Unit will now start processing this information if you have programmed a large
block of tokens the Processing... message will be on the display for a few seconds
then will show SET...
SET...
Information on ‘Passing tokens’
The display will now show your chosen token number
and its status i.e. whether its programmed to work on
the unit or not and the time zones you have applied to it.
If you have chosen a token currently voided (not passed)
you will see this display.
If you have chosen a valid token you will see this display.
The number(s) on the right refer to which time zone the
token is governed by.
2) Token data format (in ‘Engineers setup’).
Set format 12 for JWS Proximity
Set format to 6 for JWS Magstripe.
You can only choose one format for your unit !
CHECK TOKENS?
(A,B OR D )_
FIRST TOKEN
OF BLOCK ? _
TK. 0069 VOIDED
A,B,C TO CHANGE_
TK. 0001 1
A,B, C TO CHANGE_
Using A (advance) and B (back) keys search for information on other tokens.
You can also change the status of tokens from valid to void
and vice versa. Achieved by pressing C key at this time
1) Passing tokens only apply to cards that have a set site code and a consecutive number
sequence. JWS Magstripe cards and JWS Prox tokens are examples of compatible cards.
FOR HOW MANY
TOKENS ?_
When you reach the menu showing Check tokens?... Press D to enter.
The display will show ‘First token of block? ’
Enter the first token number you wish to check...
Press D to enter.
ZONE NUMBERS,D
TO END ( 1- 8) -
FIRST TOKEN
OF BLOCK ? _
The unit will now process this request.
Should you wish to reprogramme any card, follow the Passing tokens..
instructions on the previous page and treat as new tokens.
3rd menu option -Check Tokens ?
After programming you can check the information.
ZONE NUMBERS,D
TO END ( 1- 8) -
CANCEL TOKENS ?
( A, B, OR D )
TK. 0069 VOIDED
A,B,C TO CHANGE_
If you press C when the token status is valid then display will then show ‘VOIDED’
and the S1 will treat the token accordingly.
If you press C when the token status is void then unit will prompt you to enter a time
zone to govern the token.
Choose a time zone you wish to use for the token.
ZONE NUMBERS,D
Press D to enter
TO END ( 1- 8) By pressing D at any time you can escape from this menu.
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