Digital Access Keypad Manual
User Operation for the SK-1131-SQ
1. Using the User Codes:
Note:
A. User codes operate the door (4-8 digits long).
Press u u u u
B. The # key must be pressed also if the keypad is in manual-entry mode.
Press
u u u u
u u u u
indicates
the user code.
Note:
X X X X
indicates
the master code.
#
2. Using the Master Code:
The Master Code can be used to operate any output.
Press
X X X X
#
1
(Relay output #1)
Press
X X X X
#
2
(Relay output #2)
Press
X X X X
#
3
(Relay output #3)
MANUAL
3. Using the Inhibit/Lockout Code:
Please contact your installer for an explanation of inhibit mode and its operation.
SK-1131-SQ
4. Using Duress Codes:
For a full explanation of duress codes and their uses, see pg. 12.
Digital Access Keypad
with 3 Outputs
5. Delete/Add/Change User and Master Code:
A. Enter the Master Code first, followed by the
* key
(If you forgot the master code, see page 15 for more information.
Press
X X X X
*
B. Changing/Adding Users:
Press
1
00-99 (user ID)
u u u u
(user code, 4-8 digits)
# (for relay output #1)
Press
2
0-9 (user ID)
u u u u
(user code, 4-8 digits)
# (for relay output #2)
Press
3
0-9 (user ID)
u u u u
(user code, 4-8 digits)
# (for relay output #3)
C. Deleting Individual Users:
Press
1
00-99 (user ID)
# (for relay output #1)
Press
2
0-9 (user ID)
# (for relay output #2)
Press
3
0-9 (user ID)
# (for relay output #3)
D. Changing the Master Code:
Press
0
X X X X
#
E. To exit programming mode, press the
* key.
WARRANTY This SECO-LARM product is warranted against defects in material and workmanship while used in normal
service for a period of one (1) year from the date of sale to the original consumer customer. SECO-LARM’s obligation is limited
to the repair or replacement of any defective part if the unit is returned, transportation prepaid, to SECO-LARM.
This Warranty is void if damage is caused by or attributed to acts of God, physical or electrical misuse or abuse, neglect,
repair, or alteration, improper or abnormal usage, or faulty installation, or if for any other reason SECO-LARM determines
that such equipment is not operating properly as a result of causes other than defects in material and workmanship.
The sole obligation of SECO-LARM, and the purchaser’s exclusive remedy, shall be limited to replacement or repair only,
at SECO-LARM’s option. In no event shall SECO-LARM be liable for any special, collateral, incidental, or consequential
personal or property damages of any kind to the purchaser or anyone else.
NOTICE: The information and specifications printed in this manual are current at the time of publication. However, the
SECO-LARM policy is one of continual development and improvement. For this reason, SECO-LARM reserves the right
to change specifications without notice. SECO-LARM is also not responsible for misprints or typographical errors.
Copyright © 2008 SECO-LARM U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be reproduced or copied, in
whole or in part, without the written permission of SECO-LARM.
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16842 Millikan Avenue, Irvine, CA 92606
Tel: 800-662-0800 / 949-261-2999 Fax: 949-261-7326
Website: www.seco-larm.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction ................................................................................................................
Dimensions ................................................................................................................
Unique features .........................................................................................................
Wiring - Basic diagram ..............................................................................................
Specifications ............................................................................................................
Wiring -- Example, with inhibit control authorized ...................................................
Wiring -- Example, with connection to lock device and alarm arm/disarm .............
List of user codes worksheet ....................................................................................
Wiring -- Mantrap using two keypads ......................................................................
Wiring -- Auxiliary accessories ................................................................................
Programming notes ...................................................................................................
LED and buzzer indicators ........................................................................................
User programming .....................................................................................................
Installer programming ...............................................................................................
Reprogram the keypad (certain data) .......................................................................
Reprogram the keypad (complete data refresh) .......................................................
Delete user ................................................................................................................
Master code bypass (DAP jumper) ...........................................................................
User operation ...........................................................................................................
REPROGRAM THE KEYPAD (CERTAIN DATA)
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8,9
10
11
12
12
13
14
15
15
15
15
16
To change certain data in the keypad (such as to delete or change user codes), do the following:
1.
Enter program mode by keying in the master code and the
X X X X
*
DIMENSIONS
27 / 8 "
(73mm)
13/8"
(34mm)
PARTS LIST
Keypad x 1
Back box x 1
Diode x 1
Use the programming instructions on page 13 and 14 to make any changes to the keypad's data.
3.
Exit the programming mode by pressing the
Mounting screws x 2
*
key.
REPROGRAM THE KEYPAD (COMPLETE DATA REFRESH)
Sometimes it may be necessary to completely erase all current data (except the master code) and input new data. An example of
when this may be necessary is the sale of a protected building to a new owner. In such a situation, do the following:
1.
Enter the programming mode by keying in the master code and the
and the
#
key, then enter the refresh code,
*
8 9 0 1
key:
X X X X
*
The keypad is now in the programming mode.
8 9 0 1
#
All old data is cleared and the keypad is ready for new data.
NOTE: The master code does NOT change.
2.
Use the programming instructions on pages 13 and 14 to enter the keypad's data.
3.
Exit the programming mode by pressing the
*
key.
DELETE USER
To delete a user who has left the company or who no longer has authority to enter the protected area:
1.
Enter program mode by keying in the master code and the
2.
3.
*
*
key:
The keypad is now in the programming mode.
Enter the output # and user ID number and the
#
To delete user ID 05 from output #1, press
1
0 5
To delete user ID 1 from output #2, press
2
1
#
.
To delete user ID 7 from output #3, press
3
7
#
.
*
key.
Exit the programming mode by pressing the
key:
#
.
MASTER CODE BYPASS (DAP jumper)
If the master code is forgotten or does not work, use the DAP (direct access to program) jumper to override the
forgotten code and permit direct entry into the programming mode as follows:
1. Disconnect the power supply.
2. Move the DAP jumper from OFF to ON.
3. Reconnect the power supply.
Keypad active
The keypad will start beeping.
or alarm output
4. Move the DAP jumper back to the OFF position.
selection jumper
The keypad will stop beeping as soon as the jumper is
removed.
Door sensing
5. The keypad is now in the programming mode, ready to
(-) AC/DC
ON OFF
receive new programming data.
(+) AC/DC
6. Re-program the keypad as shown starting on page 13.
KEY AL
EG In - Egress
NOTE -- A new master code may be programmed to replace the
ON OFF
N.O.
Relay
Relay
one that was lost or forgotten. Note that the sequence for
Tamp
C.
2
1
replacing the old master code is as follows:
DAP
Installation screws x 2
45 / 8 "
(117mm)
key:
2.
X X X X
INTRODUCTION
The SK-1131-SQ is the ideal keypad for office, commercial, and home security installations. This selfcontained security keypad has built-in 5-Amp and 1-Amp relay outputs and a transistor ground output for
maximum flexibility for connecting to electronic door strikes, door alarms, door chimes, alarm control
panels, or other security and access control applications. The outputs can be programmed for timed (1-999
seconds) or ON/OFF operation.
The SK-1131-SQ can be programmed for up to 100 4-digit to 8-digit user codes for the primary output, and
up to 10 4-digit to 8-digit user codes for each of the other two outputs. All programming and code
information is stored in non-volatile EEPROM memory to protect the data in case of power loss.
*
The keypad is now in the programming mode.
K OR A DAP
ENFORCER ®
N.C.
13 / 4 "
(44mm)
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Option*
Key in new code
Confirm
Exit
0
X X X X
#
*
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
*Zero "0" is for new master code only; see page 13 for other options.
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These functions should only be used by professional installers, as incorrect entries can disable the entire keypad function.
Enter Programming Mode
Enter Master code
(DEFAULT: 0
Confirm
X X X X *
*
*Key in the Master Code.
Note: For first-time use, Master code is
Data Refresh
Option
Confirm
8 9 0 1
#
Confirm
#
4 1
#
1 to 999
#
5 1
6 0
#
1 to 999
#
6 1
#
Wrong Code Lockout
Option # of tries
Confirm
7 0
7 1
7 2
5 to 10
#
#
7 6 0 0
Door Forced-Open Alarm
Option Code entry Confirm
8 0
{
1
#
0
#
Output Activation Announcer
Option Code entry Confirm
8 1
{
1
#
0
#
0 0 0 0
(DEFAULT: Momentary, 1-sec. output for all three outputs)
Function
Relay #1, momentary mode, from 1 to 999 seconds
Relay #1, shunt mode (ON/OFF)
Relay #2, momentary mode, from 1 to 999 seconds
Relay #2, shunt mode (ON/OFF)
Output #3, momentary mode, from 1 to 999 seconds
Output #3, shunt mode (ON/OFF)
(DEFAULT: 10 tries / 30 seconds)
Function
After 10 successive wrong codes, 30-second lockout
After 10 successive wrong codes, Duress activated
After 5 to 10 wrong codes, 15-min. lockout - Can reset with Master Code
None of the above
(DEFAULT: Disabled)
Function
Door forced-open alarm is enabled
Door forced-open alarm is disabled
(DEFAULT: On)
Function
1-sec. beep notifies the user to open the door when the output relay is activated with the
user code or egress button. Use with a locking device which gives no sound when it
activates, such as a magnetic lock.
The beep is disabled, replaced by 2 short beeps for valid user codes.
User Code Entry Mode
Option Code entry
8 2
{
8 3
{
(DEFAULT: Manual)
Confirm
1
#
0
#
Keypress Beeps
Option Code entry
Function
Auto Entry Mode is selected. The # key that follows the user code is NOT required in
code entry. The User Codes MUST be set to the same digit length as the Master Code,
from 4-8 digits.
Manual Entry Mode is selected. The # key that follows the user code is required in
code entry. The User Codes can be 4-8 digits, but not necessarily all of the same length.
(DEFAULT: On)
Confirm
1
#
0
#
Door Propped Open Alarm Timer
Option Code entry Confirm
0
#
9
1 to 999
#
{
)
Function
Clears all previously stored data.
Configure Relay Outputs
Option Output time
4 0
1 to 999
5 0
0 0 0
Function
Enter into programming mode
Function
Keypad beeps when a key is pressed.
Silent operation -- keypad does not beep when a key is pressed.
(DEFAULT: Off)
Function
No door propped open alarm
Allowable time from 1 to 999 seconds that the door can be left open before the door
propped open alarm starts
Exit Programming Mode
Confirm
Function
Exits programming mode, returns keypad to normal operations
*
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UNIQUE FEATURES
• 12-24V AC/DC universal power -- No programming or jumpers needed.
• Mantrap -- Each keypad can be used as a stand-alone keypad. However, the
mantrap feature uses two keypads to protect an area with two doors by ensuring that
only one door is open at a time. With the mantrap interlock functions, when a user
keys in the code to open one door, a signal is sent to disable the second keypad,
thereby preventing access through the second door until the first door is closed.
• Relay output #1 inhibit control -- Relay output #1 is typically used for a door strike.
If the keypad is set to the "inhibited" mode, relay output #1 will not operate. This
increases the security of the protected premises during the time it is not expected to
be occupied, such as during evening or weekend hours. An authorized user can
enable or disable the inhibit control by using the code for relay output #2 or output
#3 at any time, depending on how installed.
• Door forced open warning -- When used with an optional magnetic contact, the
keypad beeps continuously for 1 minute if the door to the protected premises is
forced open without using a valid user code. The warning can be stopped at anytime
by keying in any output #1 user code.
• Door propped open warning -- When used with an optional magnetic contact, the
keypad beeps continuously if the door is propped open after the allowed open time.
The allowable open time is programmable. The warning stops when the door is reclosed.
• Auto or manual code entry checking:
o Auto code entry checking mode -- When all the user codes have the same number
of digits, the keypad will activate automatically when the code is entered. There is
no need to press the "#" key. This is convenient for the users.
o Manual code entry checking mode -- The user codes can vary in number of digits,
and the user must press the "#" key when finished entering the code. This
increases security.
• Keypad active output -- This NPN transistor open collector ground (-) output
activates for 10 seconds when any key on the keypad is pressed. This can be used
to trigger a video recorder or turn on a light, or to signal a guard that someone is
entering the protected premises.
• Alarm output -- When used with an optional magnetic contact, this NPN transistor
open collector ground (-) output can be connected to trigger an optional alarm
control panel if a protected door is forced open or propped open.
• Door auto relock -- This can be programmed to relock an open door either when the
programmed relock time expires or immediately after the door is closed, depending
on which occurs first. This prevents unwanted "tailgate" entries, which can happen if
an unauthorized person tries to follow an authorized person through the door.
• Duress output -- This NPN transistor open collector ground (-) output can be used to
trigger a silent alarm if an authorized user is forced under duress to use the keypad.
The duress output is activated by adding 2 to the first digit of any user code for output
#1. In this case, the protected door opens as it would normally, but a signal is quietly
sent to a remote device to call for help without alerting the unauthorized person.
• Backlit keypad -- The keypad is backlit to increase nighttime visibility. For convenience,
the lighting intensity will increase for 10 seconds after any key is pressed.
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PREPARING TO PROGRAM THE KEYPAD
To program the SK-1131-SQ, first determine the following information:
1. The master code -- Allows the system administrator to program or operate the keypad.
2. The user code or codes -- Allows users to use the keypad's functions.
3. Configuration of the relays and outputs -- For relay output #1, relay output #2, and output #3,
determine whether the output should operate from 1 to 999 seconds and then turn OFF (momentary
mode), or turn ON/OFF via the code (shunt mode).
4. Result of improper code entry -- Choose between a 30-second code lockout, duress output, a 15minute code lockout, or no reaction.
* Note: When X X X X appears in the instructions, it indicates master code entry.
GETTING STARTED
A master code is required to program the keypad. The default master code is set to "0000." To change the
master code, go to page 15 and follow the instructions for "MASTER CODE BYPASS (DAP jumper).
Once the master code is set, review the programming options and decide exactly what the keypad will do,
including the format of the user access codes as well as how the keypad responds via the relay output,
buzzer and LEDs. Note that in every case the basic steps for programming are:
1. Enter the master code, followed by the * key, which puts you in programming mode.
2. Enter the programming codes defined in the various sections as needed, followed by the#
ENTER PROGRAMMING MODE
Enter Master code
Confirm
X X X X
*
Note: For first-time use, Master code is
Option
0
1
2
3
Option
1
2
3
User ID
00 to 99
0 to 9
0 to 9
User ID
00 to 99
0 to 9
0 to 9
Access code
4 to 8 digits
4 to 8 digits
4 to 8 digits
4 to 8 digits
X X X X
Confirm
#
#
#
Confirm
1. Enter programming mode:
Enter Master code
Confirm
*
#
#
#
#
key.
3. Enter the * key again to exit programming mode.
Note: A rapid string of 5 beeps and/or 5 LED flashes indicates an error, while 2 beeps indicates that the
entry has been accepted.
USER PROGRAMMING
Function
Enter into programming mode
0 0 0 0.
ADDING OR CHANGING MASTER AND USER CODES
Function
Master Code
Up to 100 User Codes for relay output #1, with duress feature
Up to 10 User Codes for relay output #2
Up to 10 User Codes for output #3
Note: No user code may be the same as the master code.
Note: For User ID, key in the number of the user. For Access Code, type in the code for that particular user.
DELETE A USER
To delete a user who has left the company or who no longer has authority to enter the protected area:
Function
Enter into programming mode
2. Delete code:
Function
Deletes specific user ID from output #1
Deletes specific user ID from output #2
Deletes specific user ID from output #3
EXIT THE PROGRAMMING MODE BY PRESSING THE " " KEY
*
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PROGRAMMING NOTES
1. Master Code: The SK-1131-SQ comes pre-programmed with the Master Code set at 0000. Additional codes and/or
data should be programmed at the owner's discretion. However, to ensure security, program a new personal Master
Code to replace the factory-set Master Code as soon as possible.
2. Factory defaults:
Master code
0000
__________________________________________________________
User
code
length
4
to 8 digits
__________________________________________________________
Main
relay
output
time
1
second
__________________________________________________________
Auxiliary relay output time
1 second
__________________________________________________________
Transistor ground output time 1 second
__________________________________________________________
Wrong code lockout
10 tries / 30 sec.
Door forced open alarm
disabled
__________________________________________________________
Output activation announcer ON
__________________________________________________________
User code entry mode
manual
__________________________________________________________
Keypress beep
ON
__________________________________________________________
Door propped open alarm
OFF
__________________________________________________________
Silent operation
OFF
3. Code operation: User codes are each four to eight digits and are assigned to two-digit IDs. If all the codes have the
same number of digits, the keypad can be programmed for whether the # key must be used or not after entering the
code (see programming, option 820 or 821, page 14).
The administrator can easily delete the code of one user via the two-digit ID, if the user is no longer authorized to
enter a protected area, without the need to teach the new code to all the other users.
Relay output #1 allows up to 100 user codes, while relay output #2 and output #3 allow up to 10 user codes each.
4. Using Duress Codes: Duress codes are used to activate a separate device silently to alert a guard or other
personnel that a user is operating the keypad under threat. The keypad operates as normal, but a signal is sent to
alert others. Duress code is for output #1 only.
Duress codes do not need to be programmed. All user codes are automatically turned into duress codes by
increasing the first digit of a user code by the number 2. The code is entered the same way as a regular user code.
For example:
User code 4468 can be entered as duress code 6468
User code 9843 can be entered as duress code 1843
User code 8181 can be entered as duress code 0181
NOTE: If a user code is programmed, its duress code is unique and cannot be programmed as another user
code. For example:
If user code 4468 is programmed, its duress code of 6468 is automatically programmed. A user code of 6468 cannot
be programmed.
LED INDICATORS
Green LED -- Does not have a pre-determined function. Instead,
connect to a switch or output via the grey and green wires in the
wire harness.
Red LED -- Does not have a pre-determined function. Instead,
connect to a switch or output via the light blue and yellow wires in
the wire harness.
Auxiliary red/green LED -- Flashes green to show the keypad
status (see below). It also lights red when the white wire in the
wire harness is connected to ground (-) to show, for example,
that an output is activated.
BUZZER AND LED SIGNALS
Red/
The keypad's built-in buzzer and the auxiliary red/green LED can signal the following:
STATUS
BUZZER TONES*
AUX. LED FLASHES
_____________________________________________________________________________________
1. In programming mode
--ON
_____________________________________________________________________________________
2. Successful key entry
1 beep
1 flash
_____________________________________________________________________________________
Red Green
3. Successful code entry
2 beeps
2 flashes
_____________________________________________________________________________________
4. Unsuccessful code entry 5 beeps
5 flashes
_____________________________________________________________________________________
5. DAP jumper not replaced Continuous beeps
Continuous flashes
_____________________________________________________________________________________
6. In standby mode
--1 flash in 2-sec. intervals
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7. Output relay activated
1-sec. long beep**
Green
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
0
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power:
• Operation voltage -- 12-24 Volts AC/DC. No jumper needed to set voltage.
• Stand-by current drain -- 10mA @12VDC.
• Active current drain (press keypad key) -- Under 30mA.
• Active current drain (one relay activated) -- Under 80mA.
• Active current drain (two relays activated) -- Under 130mA.
Outputs:
• Relay output #1 -- 5A @ 28VDC, Form "C", N.O./C./N.C., programmable for 1 to 999 second timed
output or shunt (start/stop) output. Three terminals.
• Relay output #2 -- 1A @ 28VDC, Form "C", N.O./C./N.C., programmable for 1 to 999 second momentary
output or shunt (start/stop) output. Three wires.
• Output #3 -- Transistor ground, max. 100mA @ 24VDC, programmable for 1 to 999 second momentary
output or shunt (start/stop) output. Single wire.
• Tamper output -- N.C. output. Connect to tamper circuit of alarm control panel. Two wires.
• Keypad active or alarm output -- Transistor ground, max. 100mA @ 24VDC. Switches to ground (-) for 10
sec. when a key is pressed (keypad active output), or switches to ground (-) to indicate a door was forced
open or propped open (alarm output). Single wire.
• Mantrap (interlock) control output -- Outputs ground (-) for five seconds after relay output #1 is activated,
continues while the door is open. Use to disable a second keypad during this time. Single wire.
• Ground output -- Steady ground (-), 100mA @ 24VDC. Single wire.
• Duress output -- Transistor ground (-), 100mA @ 24VDC. Single wire.
Inputs:
• Power -- 12-24Volts AC/DC. Two wires.
• Egress -- N.O., ground (-). Single wire.
• Door sensor input -- N.C., ground (-). Connect to an N.C. magnetic contact to show if door is opened or
closed, or connect to ground (-) if not used. Single wire.
• Green LED input -- Connect to operate green LED as needed. Two wires.
• Red LED input -- Connect to operate red LED as needed. Two wires.
• Auxiliary LED input -- Connect to (-) to turn the center LED to red as needed. Single wire.
• Relay output #1 disable input -- Connect to ground (-) to prevent relay output #1 from operating, or to the
mantrap (interlock) control output of another keypad to disable output #1 while the other keypad is active.
Single wire.
Code Operation:
• Auto or manual code entry. Up to 100 user codes for relay output #1, up to 10 user codes for relay output
#2, up to 10 user codes for output #3. 111,110,000 possible user code combinations.
Auto refresh time during code entry:
• Max. 10 seconds to enter each digit.
• Max. 30 seconds to enter each code.
Dimensions (keypad with back box):
• 4-5/8" x 2-7/8" x 1-7/8" (117 x 74 x 48 mm).
Weight (keypad with back box):
• 6.3 oz. (180 grams).
ENFORCER
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NOTE: * The buzzer can be disabled through programming option 83.
** The output relay activated beep can be disabled through programming option 82.
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WIRING:
WIRING:
Example Wiring, with Inhibit Control Authorized
Auxiliary Accessories
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11 12
13
14
15
16
OUTPUT 3
ALARM
CONTROL
PANEL
(1) RED
(2) BLACK
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
O/P 1 Disable
RED LED
TAMPER N.C.
WIRE HARNESS
(--) (+) (--) (+)
RED LED
(+)
4
GREEN LED
(+) (--) Door
12~24V AC/DC Sens
GREEN LED
OUTPUT 1 EG
N.C. C. N.O. IN
24-hour N.C.
protection
zone
N.C. N.O.
OR
(for DC
Diode
use only)
1N4004
Cathode
Egress button (inside the
N.O.
protected premises)
DURESS OUTPUT
WIRE HARNESS
LEDs:
Each LED requires a 1.5K-Ohm
series resistor for 24V operation.
N.O.
ALARM
CONTROL
PANEL
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15) YELLOW GREEN
(16) WHITE/ORANGE
Additional egress buttons
can be connected in
parallel as needed
Note:
• Connect a 1N4004 diode as close as possible to and in parallel with the DCpowered electromagnetic or electric lock. This absorbs possible electromagnetic
interference to prevent operation of the lock from damaging the keypad. A 1N4004
is not required for AC-powered locks.
• Connect the ground (-) terminal of the keypad to earth to prevent electrostatic
discharge from damaging the keypad.
• The connection of relay output #1 disable to output #3 as shown above is optional.
When so wired, output #3 is the inhibit control. To use, program output #3 for shunt
on/off operation. When output #3 is ON, relay output #1 will not work. For example,
this can be used to prevent users from entering the protected premises during the
evening or weekend. See programming option 61.
• As wired, the green LED lights while relay output #1 is activated to activate the
lock.
• As wired, the red LED lights to show that relay output #1 is disabled by the
activation of output #3.
• Tape all unused wires to prevent short circuits.
WARNING:
• If the inhibit control is used, all personnel must exit the protected premises before
output #3 is activated. Otherwise, personnel in the protected premises will not be
able to exit until output #3 is turned OFF.
• The user code for output #3 in this case should be given only to personnel
authorized to enter the premises any time. It should not be given to other users.
24-hour N.O.
protection zone,
max. 100mA
DOOR SENSING
DOOR
--
REMARKS:
Output relay #1
N.O. output for fail-secure lock.
N.C. output for fail-safe lock.
--
12VDC
power
supply
(--)
+
+
Required for:
MAGNETIC
DOOR
CONTACT
(N.C.)
GND SENS
Electric
Lock
•
•
•
•
Door Auto Relock
Door Forced-open Alarm
Door Propped-up Alarm
Mantrap (Interlock) Control
KEY ACTIVE or ALARM OUTPUT
+12V
(3)
(4)
1.5k
(5)
(6)
LED
(7)
(8) PINK
(9)
+12V
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8) PINK
(9)
Low
power
piezo
buzzer
OR
(See page 15 for jumper selection)
N.O. relay
contact
Isolation
relay
The Key Active Output will switch to ground () for 10 seconds whenever a key is touched.
Use to turn ON an LED and/or a small buzzer
to notify a guard, or to energize a relay to
switch ON lights or CCTV camera.
Only one connection option is recommended.
Make sure the current does not exceed the
maximum rating of 100mA.
An external power supply and isolation relay
are necessary to drive high power devices
such as lights or CCTV cameras.
RELAY OUTPUT #2 -- Example, to shunt an alarm N.C. zone
WIRE HARNESS
(8)
(9) WHITE/BROWN
(10) BLUE
(11)
(12)
WIRE HARNESS
To protection zone of an
alarm control panel
N.C.
Use Normally Open (N.O.) output
contact to shunt a Normally Closed
(N.C.) protection zone of an alarm
system.
Set relay output #2 to Start / Stop mode
(programming option 51)
N.C. magnetic contact
Wire
Harness
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WIRING:
WIRING:
Example Wiring, Mantrap Using Two Keypads
Example Wiring, with Connection to Lock Device and Alarm Arm/Disarm
1
DOOR 1
2
15
16
N.O.
Common GND
O/P 1 Disable
Electric
Lock
5
6
7
GREEN LED (--)
+
8
9
10
11 12
Common GND
13 14 15 16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
--
8
REMARKS:
Output relay #1
N.O. output for fail-secure lock.
N.C. output for fail-safe lock.
--
12VDC
power
supply
9
10
Additional egress buttons
can be connected in
parallel as needed
N.O.
11 12
OUTPUT
4
13
14
15
16
ALARM CONTROL PANEL
WHITE/ORANGE
N.O.
Duress -- To 24-hour N.O. zone
YELLOW GREEN
(--)
Com gnd (--) of keypad & alarm
PURPLE
N.C.
BLUE
N.O.
WHITE/BROWN
COM
YELLOW
(+)
LIGHT BLUE
(--)
GREEN
(+)
GREY
(--)
BLACK
RED
REMARKS:
Output relay #1
N.O. output for fail-secure lock.
N.C. output for fail-safe lock.
LEDs:
Each LED requires a 1.5K-Ohm
series resistor for 24V operation.
Interlock -- Each keypad can be used as a stand-alone keypad. The mantrap feature is for a protected area with
two doors to ensure only one door is open at a time. With the mantrap feature, when a user keys in the code to
open one door, a signal is sent to the second keypad to disable it, thereby preventing access through the second
door until the first door is closed.
Note: PLEASE ALSO REFER TO THE NOTES ON PAGE 6 FOR MORE GENERAL INFORMATION.
• Use an N.C. magnetic contact or some other N.C. device to detect whether a door is opened or closed. Do this
for the two entrances to the protected premises.
• The function of the red and green LEDs depends on how they are connected.
• Combine this wiring diagram with the diagram on page 7 if connection to an alarm control panel is required.
• Connect output #3 to relay output #1 disable as shown on page 6 if inhibit control is required.
• To use the mantrap feature:
o Use either the keypad from outside or the egress button from inside the protected premises to open one of
the two doors.
o While the first door is opened, the first keypad sends a signal to the second keypad to prevent the second
keypad from being used to open the second door.
o After the first door is closed, both keypads are ready to use.
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OR
O/P 1 DISABLE3
3
To (--) GND
--
12VDC
power
supply
N.C. N.O.
AUX LED
2
GREEN LED (+)
N.C.
+
(+) (--) Door
Sens
12~24V AC/DC
(for DC
Diode
use only)
1N4004
Cathode
Egress button (inside the
N.O.
protected premises)
(+) (--) Door
Sens
Door 2
sensor
Egress button (open door
2 from inside)
14
12~24V AC/DC
OR
(for DC
use only)
13
O/P 1 Disable
N.O.
N.C. N.O.
Diode
1N4004
Cathode
11 12
REMARKS:
Output relay #1
N.O. output for fail-secure lock.
N.C. output for fail-safe lock.
LEDs:
Each LED requires a 1.5K-Ohm
series resistor for 24V operation.
(+)
--
10
Mantrap control
To (--) GND
--
12VDC
power
supply
DOOR 2
+
9
+
1
Electric
Lock
8
To O/P 1 N.O.
+
Egress button (open door 1 from inside).
Additional egress buttons can be
connected in parallel as needed.
OUTPUT 1 EG
N.C. C. N.O. IN
7
Mantrap control
GREEN LED (--)
Door 1
sensor
(for DC
use only)
Diode
1N4004
Cathode
6
GREEN LED (+)
OR
--
5
(+)
N.C.
N.C. N.O.
+
4
OUTPUT 1 EG
N.C. C. N.O. IN
(+)
Electric
Lock
3
(+) (--) Door
12~24V AC/DC Sens
To O/P 1 N.O.
OUTPUT 1 EG
N.C. C. N.O. IN
SECO-LARM U.S.A., Inc.
N.C.
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system
Relay output #2
Alarm arm/disarm control -Consult alarm system manual for how
LEDs:
to connect for N.C.
or N.O. operation
For alarm status
indication.
Each
Red LED
LED requires a
1.5K-Ohm series
resistor for 24V
Green LED
operation.
}
Tamper -To a 24-hour N.C. zone
Note:
PLEASE ALSO REFER TO THE NOTES ON PAGE 6 FOR MORE GENERAL INFORMATION.
• The electromagnetic or electric door lock operation is the same as page 6, except the LED
outputs have changed.
• The function of the red and green LEDs depends on how they are connected to the alarm
control panel.
• Relay output #2 controls the arm/disarm of the alarm control panel. Consult the alarm
control panel manual for more information.
• Connect the duress output to a 24-hour N.O. zone and the tamper output to a 24-hour N.C.
zone on the alarm control panel.
• The connection of relay output #1 disable to output #3 as shown above is optional. When so
wired, output #3 is the inhibit control. To use, program output #3 for shunt on/off operation.
When output #3 is ON, relay output #1 will not work. For example, this prevents users from
entering the protected premises during the evening or weekend. See programming option
61. In this case, the center auxiliary LED changes from flashing green to steady red to show
that relay output #1 is disabled by the activation of output #3.
• The keypad's yellow/green wire connects to the ground (-) wire of the alarm control panel to
enable the two to work together.
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Access Code
54321
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Access Code
54321
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Programmed For: _________________________________
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Note: copy this sheet to use for your installations.
Output #3: Output: Shunt / Momentary (____secs.)
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Relay Output #2: Output: Shunt / Momentary (____secs.)
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Relay Output #1:Output: Shunt / Momentary (____secs.) Programmed For__________________________________
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