AC-B31 Instruction Manual 171006.cdr

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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Introduction
Contents
INTRODUCTION
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Technical Specifications
Key Features
INSTALLATION
Mounting the AC-B31 Controller
Wiring Diagrams
The AC-B31 is a keypad access control unit.
The unit accepts up to 500 users and provides entry via the use of
PIN codes.
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FEATURES AND CONCEPTS
Normal, Secure, & Master Users
Modes Of Operation
Changing the Modes of Operation
Request To Exit (REX) Button
Case and Back Tamper
BL-D40 External Sounder
PROGRAMMING THE AC-B31
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Entering Programming Mode
Exiting Programming Mode
Changing the Open Code 1
Changing the Open Code 2
Changing the Programming Code
Changing the Normal / Secure Code
Changing the Normal / Bypass Code
Door Chime Settings
Setting Fail Safe / Secure Operation
Setting Tamper Siren Time
Setting the Lock Strike Release Time
Enrolling Primary and Secondary Codes
Deleting Primary and Secondary Codes
Return to Factory Default Settings
Replacing a lost Programming Code
Replacing a lost Normal / Secure Code
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The following is provided as part of every AC-B31 package:
- AC-B31 Access Control Unit.
- Installation Kit
- Installation and Operating Instructions
Additional Equipment Required
1) Electric Lock Strike Mechanism
Fail Safe (Power to Lock) or Fail Secure (Power to Open)
2) Power Supply with Backup Battery
12 to 16V DC (From a Regulated Power Supply)
3) Request To Exit (REX) Button
Normally Open Type - Switch is closed when pressed.
4) BL-D40 External Sounder (Optional)
Provides Siren, Bell, and Chime functions to AC-B31
Other Rosslare accessories can be found at Rosslare's
Web Site:
Http://www.rosslaresecurity.com
APPENDIX
Glossary
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TECHNICAL SUPPORT
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Technical Specification
Key Features
Here are some of the AC-B31’s key features:
Electrical Characteristics
Operating Voltage Range:
12 to 16V DC
From a Regulated Power Supply
Maximum Input Current:
Standby: 20mA
Max: 60mA
Relay Outputs:
Lock Strike Relay
Not including attached devices
Not including attached devices
Electronic, 3.5A
with built in suppressor protection
Inputs:
REX
N.O., Dry Contact
LEDs
Two Tri-colored LEDs
protection.
Environmental Characteristics
Operating Temperature:
-25°F to 145°F (-31°C to 63°C)
Operating Humidity:
0 to 95% (Non-Condensing)
— Comes with mounting template for easier installation.
— Built in Case and Back Tamper
— Bell, Chime, Siren, and Strobe features available with BL-D40.
— Bell, Chime, Siren, Battery Backup, Tamper Output (Open
Mechanical Characteristics
Dimensions:
3.62" (92mm) L x 3.62” (92mm) W x 0.94" (24mm) D
Collector 20mA) features available with PS-X41 (Output Power
1.2A) and PS-X42 (Output Power 1.8A).
Weight:
0.3 lbs (130g)
AC-B31
— Built in Keypad for PIN code entry
— Internal Buzzer
— Comes with security screw and security screw tool
— Two Status / Programming Interface LED's
— Three User Levels
— (Normal User, Secure User, Master User)
— Three Modes of Operation
— (Normal Mode, Bypass Mode, Secure Mode)
— "Code Search" feature makes maintaining user codes easier.
— Input for Request to Exit (REX) button.
— Lock Strike Electronic Relay with built-in suppressor
— Programmable Siren Time
— Programmable Lock Strike Release Time
— Comes with Suppression Diode (1N4004)
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Installation
Mounting the AC-B31 Controller
1) Before starting, select the location to mount the AC-B31
controller. This location should be at shoulder height and on the
same side as the door handle.
2) The AC-B31 is designed to be easily mounted to a US Gang Box.
Remove the Bezel Screw. (Use the diagram below to help you
locate the Bezel Screw)
Terminal Blocks
(+)
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Lock
REX
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Mounting Hole
AC-B31
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4) Pass the wires through the exit/entry holes and attach them to
the controllers terminal blocks as shown in the wiring diagrams.
(Wiring diagrams for common installations can be found on
pages 10 to 12).
Door LED
3 x 4 Matrix Keypad
Bell Button
5) 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.
Wiring the AC-B31 Controller
Bezel Screw
A few of the typical wiring diagrams are shown on the next two
pages; for other wiring diagram examples refer to the support
section of the Rosslare Web Site.
3) Screw the controller onto a US Gang Box through the two
Mounting Holes provided. (See diagram on the next page to help
you locate the US Gang Box mounting holes)
AC-B31
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12V - 16V DC
(+)
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BL-D40
(+)
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AC-B31
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Mode
Wiring the Lock Strike Relay and REX
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Lock
REX / BL
COMMON
POWER SUPPLY
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REX / BL
COMMON
POWER SUPPLY
12V - 16V DC
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Lock
ELECTRIC LOCK
STRIKE
FAIL SAFE
or
FAIL SECURE
REX / BL
REX
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AC-B31
Wiring the BL-D40 External Sounder
Wiring Diagrams
Modes of Operation
Normal, Secure, & Master Users
The AC-B31 accepts up to 500 users and provides entry via the use
of PIN codes. Each user is provided with two code memory slots,
Memory Slot 1 (Primary Code) and Memory Slot 2 (Secondary
Code).
The way in which the two memory slots are programmed
determines a users access level and also determines the way in
which the AC-B31 grants access in its three Modes of Operation.
There are three user levels:
Normal User
The AC-B31 has 3 Modes of Operation:
Mode
1) Normal Mode.
— Mode LED is 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 Page 18 for more information on Open Code
1 & Open Code 2).
Mode
2) Bypass Mode.
— Mode LED is orange
A Normal User only has a Primary Code and is only
granted access when the AC-B31 is in Normal or
Bypass Mode.
Door
GREEN
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 Fail Secure Operation.
Secure User
A Secure User must have a Primary and Secondary
Code programmed, the two codes must not be the
same. The Secure User can gain access when the
AC-B31 is in any of its three Modes of Operation. In
Normal Mode the Secure User must use their
Primary Code to gain entry. In Secure Mode the
Secure User must present both their Primary and
Secondary Codes in order to gain entry.
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.
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3) Secure Mode.
— Mode LED is red
Master User
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Only Secure and Master Users can access the premises during
the Secured Mode.
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 presenting their PIN code to
the controller. (The Master User is convenient but is
less secure than a Secure User).
A Secure User must enter their Primary and
Secondary Codes to gain entry. After entering their Primary
Code the Door LED will flash green for 10 seconds, during
which the Secondary Code must be entered.
A Master User only needs to present their PIN code once
to gain entry.
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Changing from Normal Mode to Bypass Mode:
Changing the Modes of Operation
See Page 20 to create / modify the Normal / Bypass Code
Changing from Normal Mode to Secure Mode:
The default factory setting for the Normal / Secure Code is 3838
1) Enter the 4-digit Normal / Secure
Code
— Mode LED will flash red
Mode
Door
GREEN
Mode
Door
Mode
Mode
— Mode LED will flash orange
Mode
Door
GREEN
Door
ORANGE
RED
2) Press the "#" key to confirm
the Mode change.
— Mode LED is red
1) Enter the 4-digit Normal / Bypass
Code.
Door
2) Press the "#" key to confirm
the Mode change.
— Mode LED will turn orange
Mode
Door
ORANGE
RED
Changing from Bypass Mode to Normal Mode:
Changing from Secure Mode to Normal Mode:
See Page 20 to create/modify the Normal / Bypass Code
The default factory setting for the Normal / Secure Code 3838
1) Enter the 4-digit Normal / Bypass
Code.
1) Enter the 4-digit Normal / Secure
Code.
Mode
— Mode LED will flash green.
Mode
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Mode
Door
ORANGE
Mode
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GREEN
GREEN
2) Press the "#" key to confirm
the Mode change.
— Mode LED will turn green.
— Mode LED will flash green
Mode
Door
2) Press the "#" key to confirm
the Mode change.
— Mode LED will turn green
Mode
Door
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Request to Exit (REX) Button
BL-D40 External Sounder
The REX button must be located inside the premises to be secured
and is used to open the door without the use of a proximity card or
PIN code, it is usually located in a convenient location, e.g. 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 Fail Secure Operation. The door chime in the BLD40 does not sound when the REX button is used to open the door.
The BL-D40 External Sounder is compatible with the AC-X31, ACX32, AC-X41, and AC-X42 series Standalone Controllers (For a
more up-to-date list of compatible products check the Rosslare Web
Site at www.rosslare.com.hk). It is designed to operate indoors and
installed within the premises to be secured. The Sounder can be
powered by 16V AC or 12 to 24V DC power supply.
1) Fail Secure Operation: From the moment the REX button is
pressed, the door will be unlocked until the "Lock Strike Release
Time" has passed. After this time, the door will be locked even if
the REX button has not been released.
2) Fail Safe Operation: From the moment the REX button is
pressed, the door will be unlocked until the REX button is
released, plus the "Lock Strike Release Time". In this case the
"Lock Strike Relay" only begins its count down once the REX
button has been released.
Case and Back Tamper
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 or PS-X42 Series Power
Supply, or other compatible device.
If the BL-D40 External Sounder , PS-X41 Series or PS-X42 Series
Power Supplies receive a Tamper Event Signal, they will activate a
Siren and if available a Strobe Light. The Siren time can be easily
programmed in the AC-B31 from 0 to 9 minutes.
The BL-D40 is capable of emitting four different types of alerts both
audible and visual; Bell, Door Chime, Siren, and Strobe Light.
1) The Bell always sounds when the controller's doorbell button
is pressed.
2) 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).
3) 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 with flash repeatedly until the communication problem
has been resolved.
Clearing a tamper event is done by entering a valid User or Open
Code that will open the Lock Strike Output in the current Mode of
Operation. For example, while in Secure Mode, using the Open
Code to clear tamper event will not work because the Open Code
does not work in Secure Mode. However, applying a Master Code
or Secure Code will clear the tamper event in Secure Mode.
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Programming the AC-B31
Entering Programming Mode
Programming the AC-B31 is done solely via the unit's keypad driven
Programming Menu System. To reach the Programming Menu
System the AC-B31 must first be placed into Programming Mode.
See "Entering Programming Mode" on Page 17 for more
information.
During the AC-B31's manufacturing process certain codes and
settings are pre-programmed. These settings are the called the
"Default Factory Settings".
The table below shows the names of all the AC-B31 Menus. It also
shows of all the AY-B31’s default factory codes and settings.
2580
0852
1234
3838
N/A
0004
Menu Description
Change Open Code 1
Change Open Code 2
Change Program Code
Change Normal / Secure Code
Change Normal / Bypass Code
Change Door Release Time
Enroll PIN Code.
Delete PIN Code
Return to Default Factory Setting
Mode
Door
RED
2) Enter your 4-digit Programming
Code.
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If the Programming Code
is valid the door LED will turn
green and the AC-B31 will be in
Programming Mode.
Mode
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Door
GREEN
Note: - The AC-B31 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 5 seconds,
the AC-B31 will return to Normal Mode.
Programming Menu
Factory
Settings
1) Press the "#" key for 2 seconds.
— Mode LED will turn off
— Door LED will turn red
Menu
Number
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2
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4
5
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7
8
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Exiting Programming Mode
1) To exit the Programming Mode at any time:
Press the "#" key for 2 seconds.
— You will hear 3 beeps.
— The Door LED will be off
— The Mode LED will turn green
Mode
Door
GREEN
This indicates that the AC-B31 has returned to Normal Mode.
You will find a complete description and instructions for each of the
above menu items on the following pages.
2) Wrong entries may reset the controller back to Normal Mode.
3) While in Programming Mode if no key is pressed for 1 minute the
AC-B31 will exit programming mode and return to Normal Mode.
4) A short press on "#" key may also return the system to Normal
Mode in certain Programming Modes.
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1) Enter Programming Mode
Changing the Open Code 1
The Default Factory Setting for the Open Code 1 is 2580.
When the first user is added to the controller, the default Open
Code will automatically be deleted, ready for a new Open Code 1
to be re-entered.
Mode
Door
GREEN
2) Press "1" to enter Menu 1
— The Mode LED will turn red
3) Enter the new 4-digit code you
wish to set as Open Code 1.
4) System returns to Normal Mode
—you will hear three beeps
— The Door LED will turn off
— The Mode LED will turn green
Mode
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4) System returns to Normal Mode
— You will hear three beeps
— The Door LED will turn off
— The Mode LED will turn green
Door
ORANGE GREEN
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Mode
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Door
GREEN
Mode
Note: - Open Code 2 does not function in Secure Mode.
- Wrong entries will return the controller to Normal Mode.
- Code 0000 will erase and deactivate the Open Code.
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Door
GREEN
Changing the Programming Code
Mode
1) Enter Programming Mode
The Open Code 2 is mainly used as a method to quickly test the
Lock Strike Relay during installation.
The Default Factory Setting for the Open Code 2 is 0852.
When the first user is added to the controller, the default Open
Code will automatically be deleted, ready for a new Open Code 2
to be re-entered.
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GREEN
2) Press "3" to enter Menu 3
— The Mode LED will turn green.
3) Enter the new 4-digit code you
wish to set as Programming Code
Changing the Open Code 2
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3) Enter the new 4-digit code you
wish to set as Open Code 2.
Mode
GREEN
Note: - Open Code 1 does not function in Secure Mode.
- Wrong entries will return the controller to Normal Mode.
- Code 0000 will erase and deactivate the Open Code.
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2) Press "2" to enter Menu 2
— The Mode LED will turn orange
Door
RED
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Door
GREEN
The Open Code 1 is mainly used as a method to quickly test the
Lock Strike Relay during installation.
1) Enter Programming Mode
Mode
4) System returns to Normal Mode
— You will hear three beeps
— The Door LED will turn off
— The Mode LED will turn green
Mode
Door
GREEN GREEN
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Mode
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Door
GREEN
Note: - Programming Code can not be erased, i.e. the code
0000 is not valid and will not erase the Programming
Code.
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Changing the Normal / Secure Code
1) Enter Programming Mode
Mode
Door
GREEN
2) Press "4" to enter Menu 4
— The Mode LED will flash red
3) Enter the new 4-digit code you
wish to set as Normal / Secure Code
4) System returns to Normal Mode
— You will hear three beeps
— The Door LED will turn off
— The Mode LED will turn green
Mode
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0
0
Enter the 4-digit code 0001
GREEN
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Enter any 4-digit code ending with 0
Mode
Door
GREEN
0
0
0
0
1
The Normal / Bypass Code is also used to turn the Door Chime off
and on.
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0
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d) Enable Bypass Code - Enable Door Chime
Enter any 4-digit code not ending with 0
Mode
0
c) Enable Bypass Code - Disable Door Chime
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Changing the Normal / Bypass Code
and Door Chime Settings
1) Enter Programming Mode
Enter the 4-digit code 0000
b) Disable Bypass Code - Enable Door Chime
Door
RED
a) Disable Bypass Code - Disable Door Chime
4) System returns to Normal Mode
— You will hear three beeps
— The Door LED will turn off
— The Mode LED will turn green
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Mode
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Door
GREEN
Note: - The Door is only generated when the Lock
Strike Relay is activated due to a valid code entry.
Door
GREEN
2) Press "5" to enter Menu 5
Mode
— The Mode LED will flash orange.
ORANGE
Door
GREEN
3) Below is a list of the four different ways that the Normal / Bypass
Code and Door Chime can be programmed.
a) Disable Bypass Mode - Disable Door Chime
b) Disable Bypass Mode - Enable Door Chime
c) Enable Bypass Mode - Disable Door Chime
d) Enable Bypass Mode - Enable Door Chime
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Setting Fail Safe/Secure Operation
Setting Tamper Siren Time
Setting the Lock Strike Release Time
1) Enter Programming Mode
Mode
Door
GREEN
2) Press "6" to enter Menu 6
— The Mode LED will flash green
3) Construct the 4-digit code
using the instructions below:
Mode
Door
GREEN
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GREEN
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Enrolling Primary and Secondary Codes
Third and Fourth Digit
Enter the number of seconds from
(1 to 99 seconds) that you want
the Lock Strike to be released.
There are two methods to enroll Primary and Secondary
codes, the Standard Method and the Code Search Method.
For example 0 5 1 2 means Fail Secure Operation, with a 5
minute Tamper Siren Time, and a 12 second Lock Strike release
time.
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- Primary Codes can only be enrolled to an empty User Slot, i.e a
slot where there is no existing Primary Code.
- Primary Codes must be unique, i.e. one users Primary Code
may not be the same as another users 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.
- Secondary Codes can only be enrolled to User Slot that already
has a Primary Code enrolled but no Secondary Code.
- Secondary Codes do not have to be unique, i.e. 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.
Second Digit
Tamper Siren Time, enter any
number from 1 to 9 minutes.
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Primary Codes
Secondary Codes
First Digit
For Fail Secure Operation the first
digit should be "0"
For Fail Safe Operation the first
digit should be "1"
4) System returns to Normal Mode
— You will hear three beeps
— The Door LED will turn off.
— The Mode LED will turn green
Enrolling Primary & Secondary Codes
Mode
Door
A. The Standard Method is mainly used when the User Slot
number for the user you wish to program is known. You can
program both Primary and Secondary Codes using the
Standard method. (See Enrolling Users with the Standard
Method on Page 24)
GREEN
B. The Code Search Method is mainly used when enrolling a
users Secondary Code and the User Slot Code is unknown.
The Code Search method only works if a users Primary Code
is already enrolled but the Secondary Code is not. (See
Enrolling Users with the Code Search Method on Page 25)
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Enrolling Primary and Secondary Codes using the
Standard Method
Mode
1) Enter Programming Mode
Enrolling Secondary Codes using the Code Search
Method
Door
The Code Search feature enables you to quickly enroll a Secondary
Code to a user who already has a Primary Code.
Door
1) Enter Programming Mode
GREEN
2) Press "7" to enter Menu 7
— The Door LED will turn orange
Mode
Mode
Door
ORANGE
3) Enter the 3-digit User Slot number
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between 001 to 500 that you wish to
enroll a Primary or Secondary code to.
For example, the User Slot 003 represents User #3.
GREEN
2) Press "7" to enter Menu 7
— The Door LED will turn orange
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Mode
3) Enter the 3-digit User Slot number 000
Mode
Door
4) a. If the selected slot has no
Primary Code, the Mode LED
GREEN GREEN
will flash green, indicating that
the controller is ready to accept a Primary Code.
Mode
Door
b. If the selected slot already has
a Primary Code but no
RED
GREEN
Secondary Code, the Mode LED
will flash red, indicating that the controller is ready to
accept a Secondary Code.
c. If the selected slot already has a Primary and Secondary
Code, you will hear a long beep and the controller will return
to Normal Mode.
5) Enter the 4-digit PIN that you want to assign as the Primary or
Secondary Code for this slot number.
— The Door LED will flash orange
Door
ORANGE
0
Mode
0
0
Door
ORANGE
The controller is now waiting for the Primary Code of the User
you want to add a Secondary Code to.
.
4) Enter the 4-digit PIN Code of the Primary Code belonging to the
user you want to add a Secondary Code to.
— The Mode LED will flash red
Mode
Door
RED
ORANGE
If the Primary Code entered is not valid, you will hear a long beep
and the AC-B31 will continue to wait for a valid Primary Code.
5) Enter the 4-digit PIN Code to be used as the Secondary Code.
If the PIN that is entered is valid the Mode LED will stop flashing
and then the controller is ready for you to enter the next 3-digit
slot number (refer to step 3) that you want to assign a code to, or
press the "#" key to move to the next slot number (refer to step
4). If you do not wish to continue enrolling codes, press the "#"
key for 2 seconds and the controller will return to Normal Mode.
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If the Secondary Code is valid the controller will beep three times
and return to Normal Mode.
If the Secondary Code is invalid the controller will make a long
beep and then the AC-B31 will continue to wait for a valid
Secondary code to be entered.
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Deleting Primary & Secondary Codes
Deleting Primary and Secondary Codes using the Code Search
Method
There are two methods to delete Primary and Secondary codes, the
Standard Method and the Code Search Method.
1) Enter Programming Mode
When deleting a User Slot, both the Primary Code and the
Secondary code are erased.
2) Press "8" to enter Menu 8
— The Mode LED will turn red
— The Door LED will turn orange
Deleting Primary and Secondary Codes using the Standard
Method
Mode
1) Enter Programming Mode
Mode
?
— The Mode LED will flash red
0
ORANGE
0
0
—
The Door LED will flash orange
Mode
Door
?
ORANGE
The controller is now waiting for the Primary Code of the User
you want to delete.
?
?
RED
Door
RED
ORANGE
Mode
?
Door
RED
3) Enter the 3-digit User Slot 000
ORANGE
Indicating the controller is
waiting for the Programming
Code to confirm the deletion.
If the User Slot is empty you will hear a long beep and the
AC-B31 will return to Normal Mode
4) Enter your Programming Code to
confirm the deletion.
Mode
Door
RED
3) Enter the 3-digit User Slot
codes you wish to delete.
Door
GREEN
Door
GREEN
2) Press "8" to enter Menu 8
— The Mode LED will turn red
— The Door LED will turn orange
Mode
?
4) Enter the 4-digit PIN Code of the
Primary Code belonging to the
User you want to delete.
—
The Mode LED will flash red
?
?
Mode
?
?
Door
RED
ORANGE
If the Programming Code is valid, you will hear three beeps
and the AC-B31 will return to Normal Mode.
?
If the Programming Code is valid, you will hear three beeps
and the AC-B31 will return to Normal Mode.
If the Programming Code is invalid, you will hear a long beep and
the AC-B31 will return to Normal Mode.
If the Programming Code is invalid, you will hear a long beep and
the AC-B31 will return to Normal Mode.
Note: - It is recommended that a record be kept of added and
deleted users so that it will be easier to keep track of
which user slots are empty and which user slots are not.
Note: - It is recommended that a record be kept of added and
deleted users so that it will be easier to keep track of
which user slots are empty and which user slots are not.
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Return To Factory Default Settings
Warning:
You must be very careful before using this command!
Doing so will erase the entire memory which includes
all User and Special Codes, and return all codes to
their factory default settings.
Mode
1) Enter Programming Mode
Door
Mode
3) Enter your 4-digit Programming
Code.
?
Door
RED
?
RED
?
Note: The AC-B31 must be in Normal Mode otherwise this will
not work. Make sure that the Mode LED is green before
proceeding.
1) Remove power from the AC-B31
2) Press the REX button
3) Apply power to the unit with REX button pressed
4) Release the REX button
GREEN
2) Press "0" to enter Menu 0
— The Mode LED will flash red
— The Door LED will flash red
Replacing a lost Programming Code
5) You now 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.
?
Replacing a lost Normal / Secure Code
— If the Programming Code is valid, all memory will be erased,
you will hear three beeps and the controller will return to
Normal Mode
— If the Programming Code is invalid you will hear a long beep
and the controller will return to Normal Mode without erasing
the memory of the controller.
Note: The AC-B31 must be in Secure Mode otherwise this will
not work. Make sure that the Mode LED is red before
proceeding.
1) Remove power from the AC-B31
2) Press the REX Button
3) Apply power to the unit with REX button pressed.
4) Release the REX Button
5) You now 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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Glossary
A
Access Control: Primarily refers to
a device or set of devices controlling
the entry of people traveling through
a door or set of doors.
Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK): The
type of data communications
between the Proximity Card and the
Proximity Reader.
ASK: An abbreviation of "Amplitude
Shift Keying".
B
Back Tamper: The electronic
tamper signal advising the controller
that the controller has been removed
from the wall.
Bypass Code: The four digit code
used to change the Mode of
Operation of the AC-B31 from
Normal to Bypass Mode or vice
versa.
Bypass Mode: A Mode of Operation
where door access is not restricted to
valid users. In this mode the door
may be released by anyone pressing
the bell button.
C
Cards: See Proximity Cards
Case Tamper: The electronic
tamper signal advising the controller
that the case has been opened.
D
Default Factory Setting: The
settings that the controller is
preprogrammed with when the
controller is manufactured.
Direct Shunt Delay: The delay time
(user programmed) used in Direct
Shunt (See Direct Shunt).
Door Bell: The alert sound activated
when the door bell button on the ACAC-B31
B31 is pressed. (Requires the BLD40 External Sounder)
Door Chime: The alert sound
activated when the lock strike
unlocks the door after a valid code
has been presented. (Requires the
BL-D40 External Sounder)
F
Fail Safe: The system setting in
which a total power loss leaves the
connected door unlocked.
Fail Secure: The system setting in
which a total power loss leaves the
connected door locked.
L
Lock Strike: Term used for the
electronic or electromagnetic door
lock used for locking or unlocking the
door.
Lock Strike Release Time: The
amount of time (user programmed)
that the Lock Strike remains
unlocked when a valid code is
entered.
M
Master User: A user which has a
Primary and Secondary Code which
are the same, and can gain access in
any Mode of Operation.
Mode of Operation: The state of
operation of the controller. There are
three "Modes": Normal Mode,
Bypass Mode, and Secure Mode.
N
Normal Mode: The system setting
(Mode of Operation) in which all valid
users have access upon presenting a
valid Proximity Card or PIN Code
(Primary Code).
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Normal / Bypass Code: The four
digit code used to change the
controllers Mode of Operation from
Normal to Bypass Mode or vice
versa.
Normal / Secure Code: The four
digit code used to change the
controllers Mode of Operation from
Normal to Secure Mode or vice
versa.
Normal User: A user who only has a
Primary Code and can only gain
access in Normal Mode.
Normally Closed: A relay output
from the controller that is activated
(closed circuit) under normal
conditions.
Normally Open: A relay output from
the controller that is de-activated
(open circuit) under normal
conditions.
O
Open Code 1: The four digit code
used to activate the Lock Strike
Relay for testing purposes during
installation.
Open Code 2: The four digit code
used to activate the Lock Strike
Relay for testing purposes during
installation.
P
Primary Code: The unique code
issued to enable access in Normal
Mode. Users with only primary codes
are Normal Users.
Programming Code: The four digit
code required when entering
programming mode, deleting users,
and resetting the AC-B31 to its
factory default settings.
Programming Mode: The mode
used when programming the ACB32's system settings.
Proximity Cards: Electronically
numbered ID badges allocated to
AC-B31
system users
and read by the
Proximity Card Reader.
R
Relay: An electronically controlled
switch used for providing an Open
Circuit or Closed Circuit output to
external devices.
REX: An abbreviation of "Request
To Exit".
Request To Exit (REX): Refers to a
button which can release the door
from inside. Commonly located at the
reception desk, or near a door as an
emergency door release.
S
Secondary Code: An additional
code issued to enable access in
Secured Mode. Users with nonidentical Primary and Secondary
Codes are Secure Users. Users with
identical Primary and Secondary
Codes are Master Users.
Secure Mode: The system setting
(Mode of Operation) in which only
valid Secure and Master Users have
access upon presenting a valid code.
Secure User: A user which has a
Primary Code and Secondary Code
that are non-identical, and can gain
access in any Mode of Operation.
Strike: See Lock Strike
T
Tamper Siren: The alert sound
activated when a Back Tamper or
C a s e Tam p e r e v e n t o c c u r s .
(Requires the BL-D40 External
Sounder)
Tamper Siren Time: The time (user
programmed) that the Tamper Siren
will sound when activated.
Terminal Block: The rectangular
connectors on the PCB used to
attach wiring from external devices.
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