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safety information
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage consisting a risk of electric shock is
present within this unit.
This exclamation point symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
WARNING
1. Be sure to use only the standard adapter that is specified in the specification sheet.
Using any other adapter could cause fire, electrical shock, or damage to the product.
2. Incorrectly connecting the power supply or replacing battery may cause explosion, fire, electric shock, or damage to
the product.
3. Do not connect multiple controllers to a single adapter. Exceeding the capacity may cause abnormal heat generation or fire.
4. Securely plug the power cord into the power receptacle. Insecure connection may cause fire.
5. When installing the controller, fasten it securely and firmly. The fall of controller may cause personal injury.
6. Do not place conductive objects (e.g. screwdrivers, coins, metal parts, etc.) or containers filled with water on top of the
controller. Doing so may cause personal injury due to fire, electric shock, or falling objects.
7. Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
8. If any unusual smells or smoke come from the unit, stop using the product. In such case, immediately disconnect the
power source and contact the service center. Continued use in such a condition may cause fire or electric shock.
9. If this product fails to operate normally, contact the nearest service center. Never disassemble or modify this product in
any way. (SAMSUNG is not liable for problems caused by unauthorized modifications or attempted repair.)
10.. When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
CAUTION
1. Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong blows to it. Keep away from a location subject to excessive
vibration or magnetic interference.
2. Do not install in a location subject to high temperature (over 50°C), low temperature (below 0°C), or high humidity.
Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
3. If you want to relocate the already installed product, be sure to turn off the power and then move or reinstall it.
4. Remove the power plug from the outlet when there is a lighting storm. Neglecting to do so may cause fire or damage
to the product.
5. Keep out of direct sunlight and heat radiation sources. It may cause fire.
6. Install it in a place with good ventilation.
2_ safety information
7. Avoid aiming the controller directly towards extremely bright objects such as sun.
8. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be
placed on the apparatus.
9. The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time.
FCC Statement
Caution : Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, any cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one
wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third
prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with
the apparatus.
13. Unplug this apparatus when a card is used. Use caution when moving the cart/ apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
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Features
What’s included
At a glance
Cable Color Scheme
Cable Selection
INSTALLATION AND EXTERNAL
CONNECTION
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Installing the rear template
Connecting the termination resistor and
diode
Bypass Diode Connection
Earth-grounding the communication cables
I/O Connection
External Reader Connection
Communication Line Connection
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Initializing the system
To access the master mode
Registering a master ID
Name Display
User Count Setup
Language Setup
Date/Time Setup
Communication Address Setup
Baud Rate Setup
Factory Defaults
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Reader #1 Mode
READER #2 Mode
READER #1 Key Input
READER #2 Key Input
Dual Fingerprint Mode
Adaptive Mode
Identification Mode
PRODUCT INTRODUCTION
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INITIALIZATION
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READER MODE SETUP
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USER MANAGEMENT
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I/O TIME SETUP
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Exit Button Output
Door Contact Sensor Setup
Auxiliary Input #1 Setup
Auxiliary Input #2 Setup
Tamper Alarm Output Setup
Cut Off Output Setup
Duress Mode Output Setup
ARM/DISARM Output Setup
Door Open Timeout Setup
Output Setup for Level IDs Accessing
READER #1
READER #1 Error Output Setup
Output Setup for Level IDs Accessing
READER #2
READER #2 Error Output Setup
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Time Unit Setup
Output Time Schedule+ID
AntiPassBack Mode
Time Schedule Setup
Holiday Setup
Holiday Code Setup
Reader Mode Time Schedule
Voice Message Time Schedule
Output Time Schedule Setup
Input Time Schedule Setup
Input Cut Off Check Setup
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ADVANCED SETUP
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Registering ID in Quick mode
Registering the ID
To delete ID
Viewing the ID list
To check the number of registered IDs
To remove all registered IDs
To check the number of registered
fingerprints
To remove the master IDs
Duress Mode
Door Open Alarm Time Setup
Arm/Disarm
Two Men Operation Mode
To check the number of events
To remove all events
To remove the time schedule
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CONTENTS
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ADDITIONAL FEATURES
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OTHER INFORMATION
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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Event Memory Setup
ID Display
WIEGAND Output Setup
Voice Volume Setup
One Time Read
Version Check
Input Test
Output Test
LCD Test
Keypad Test
READER Test
Memory Test
Communication Test
Fingerprint Module Version Check
Input Type Setup
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Menu Structure
Default Settings
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TroubleShooting
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Product Specifications
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
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product introduction
FEATURES
State-of-the-art Access Controller
Standalone Operation
SSA-S30XX is connected to the external card reader, which is used to control one entrance. It determines to allow
access by reading data from the internal or external card reader, and controls the open/close of the door relay and
other output settings.
On an external signal (from a sensor or Exit button) reception, the device (relay) corresponding to the signal starts
operating.
This product has an independent control system, assuring a normal operation regardless of problems on other
systems and, not affecting them in a reversed situation.
Computer-based Management
All records of authorized or unauthorized accesses and any external signal will be saved in the internal memory. You can
download such data onto your computer according to the specified communications protocol. With the downloaded
data, you can store, process, create a report based on your query (access and alert details, etc) on the connected
computer.
Keypad Registration
Even if SSA-S30XX is not connected to the host PC, you can use the built-in keypad and LCD module to register or
delete the card or configure necessary settings independently.
Time Scheduling
SSA-S30XX is featured by so-called time schedule, which allows you to instruct it to perform a specific operation for a
specific period of time. You can set a total of 10 time schedule codes, each of which can be assigned to each user.
Each time schedule code has a total of 8 different time zones including Monday through Sunday (7 time zones) plus
one holiday, each of which can be divided in up to 5 different time intervals, indicating you can program different time
codes.
You can also create time schedule codes to manage separate I/Os. If a time schedule code is assigned to an input
device, for instance, that device will stay active only for the time specified. Each time schedule code is linked to the
holiday schedule, which is void only to the holiday time code of the time schedule. (refer to “Time Scheduling” on pages
55 to 56)
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PRODUCT INTRODUCTION
This product is a state-of-the-art access controller that is optimal for time and attendance management, and
provides 4 input ports and 2 2Form-C relay outputs along with 2 TTL output ports, RS-232/RS-485 and TCP/IP
ports to meet the high-level security system requirements and various customer needs.
With its simple manipulation and the highest security system, this product enables you to register up to 1000
persons’ fingerprints (2000 fingerprints for SSA-S302X and 4000 for SSA-S304X, depending on the model), and
save up to 20,000 IDs (10,000 for events) or up to 20,000 events (10,000 for IDs). All events can be transferred to
the host PC before being saved to the database, and output in formats of PDF, TIF or text file using the PC
applications for time and attendance management purposes.
This product consists of: a built-in fingerprint recognition module, a proximity card reader with 26 bit Wiegand(SSAS30X1: 34 bit Wiegand), and a 24-key keypad (10 numeric keys, 2 control keys and 12 function keys) for a wide
range of applications. With this, you can obtain access with any combination of your fingerprint, proximity card/PIN,
and password. This product is featured by the Exit button, Motion Detector, Door Contact sensor and 4 external
input ports connected to the exit alarm system preventing unauthorized access.
It also has 2 relay outputs that can control the door lock and alarm relay.
In the mean time, the graphics LCD panel supports multilingual display, enabling it operated around the world
beyond the language barrier. The dual tamper switch triggers an alert if the product is forcibly disassembled.
All system settings can be configured using the front keypad or through the Windows-based software. This product
works as a standalone system and is designed to operate via the network.
product introduction
External I/O Pins
SSA-S30XX has 4 input pins and 4 output pins installed(2 relay and 2 TTL outputs) The input pins can receive signals
from the Exit button and the Door Contact sensor, while the two relays can be connected to the Door Lock and the
alarm device. You can specify the output time for these output pins. (Refer to “I/O Wiring” on pages 17 to 18)
Holiday Scheduling
In total, 10 holiday schedule codes are available for SSA-S30XX models, and each holiday schedule code can be
configured for up to 100 holidays except Sundays. Each holiday code can be linked to the time schedule code.
You can set all holidays to holiday schedule codes, and holiday schedule code is based on the holiday time zone for
the time scheduling. (Refer to “Holiday Scheduling” on page 56)
Forced Door Open Alarm
You can set the Forced Door Open Alarm to activate when the door is opened by force.
For its application, you must have installed the door contact sensor and properly set the door contact time and output
settings for the alarm device. The Forced Door Open Alarm lasts until the alarm event is terminated. (Refer to “Door
Contact Sensor” on page 44)
ANTIPASSBACK
A door has two card readers installed: one for the entrance, and the other for the exit, so anyone who enters should
recognize his/her card on the reader at the entrance time before he can exit normally. If a person does not go under
the card recognition process and just follows another person’s way inside the door, the person is not allowed to exit
when he/she recognizes the access card on exit card reader, and the antipassback error (APB error) occurs which
will be saved into the internal memory. And you can configure to output a signal through a specific pin when such an
error occurs. (Refer to “Antipassback Error Output Setup” at pages 50 and 53.)
Arm/Disarm
As long as the device is in Arm mode, the reader ports are all frozen so that no one can get access to the door and
any input from the corresponding external pin will not be processed. In this mode, SSA-S30XX transmits a specific
signal to the connected security devices so that they responds properly. (Refer to “Arm/Disarm” on page 41)
Door Open Timeout Alarm
The Door Open Timeout Alarm notifies the administrator of the fact with an alarm if a door stays open after the normal
service time. The Door Open Timeout Alarm lasts until the door is closed.
(Refer to “Door Open Timeout Setup” on page 48)
Duress Alarm
This is used in a situation where you should open the door inevitably by a robber insisting to do so. Entering the twodigit duress alarm password with pressing the ENT button and recognizing the registered card (or card number)
opens the door, while this forcibly unarmed situation will be notified to the PC application with an alarm event. (Refer
to “Duress Mode” on page 40)
Two Men Operation Mode
In this mode, SSA-S30XX permits a certain person (visitor) to enter or exit only when accompanied by a special user
(administrator). Both the visitor and the administrator should be authorized before they can get access. (Refer to
“Registering the ID card” on page 35)
4 Levels of Individual Door Opening Time Setting
You can use this function to set 4 different door opening time points. (Refer to “Output Setup for Level IDs Accessing
Reader” at pages 48 and 51.)
Name Display
SSA-S30XX can display the name of a person when the person is authorized to get access. (Refer to “Name Display”
on page 26)
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WHAT’S INCLUDED
Check if the following items are included in the product package.
Wall Mount
Cable (X 6)
Diode (X 2)
(UF4004, 1N4001~4007)
Resistor (X 4)
(2.2kΩ, 1/4W)
3.5 X 40mm screws (X 4)
3.5 X 12mm screws (X 4)
3 X 8mm screws (X 1)
6 X 30mm Plastic Anchor (X 4)
CD Manual
Ferrite Cores X 2
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Quick Guide
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PRODUCT INTRODUCTION
Main Unit
product introduction
AT A GLANCE
Front Panel
LCD
This module displays the operation status of the product.
Fingerprint Scanner
Fingerprint scanner module.
The red indicator turns on when the product turns on.
System Status LED
The red indicator turns on when relay #1 becomes active.
The yellow indicator turns on when relay #2 becomes active.
12 menu buttons (
F1
~ F12 ) are available for use.
Menu Buttons
Press a menu button to enter the corresponding menu.
Input Keys
Use these to enter numbers or navigate through the menu.
• 4 , 6 : Left/right direction buttons
• 2 , 8 : Up/down direction buttons
• ENT : Select
• ESC : Cancel
For the complete list of menus, refer to “Menu Structure”. (on pages 69 through 74)
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Rear Panel
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2
1
RJ45 Connector
Used in TCP/IP communications.
2
Tamper Switch
Tamper switch.
3
Fixing Hole
Hole for a fixing screw.
4
2-pin Connector
Can be connected to the power cable.
5
3-pin Connector
Preliminary connector for extension.
6
6-pin Connector
Can be connected to the I/O cable.
7
8-pin Connector
Can be connected to the relay wiring cable.
8
Initialize switch
System Initialize switch.
9
LED
Communication status indicator.
10
4-pin Connector
Preliminary connector for extension.
11
5-pin Connector
Can be connected to the RS-232 and RS-485 communication cables.
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PRODUCT INTRODUCTION
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product introduction
CABLE COLOR SCHEME
❖ 2-PIN Connector
I/O Pins
Signal
Cable Color
Power (+12V)
DC +12V
Red
Earth-grounding
GND (-)
Black
❖ 3-PIN Connector
I/O Pins
Signal
Cable Color
RESERVED 1
Pink with White Stripes
RESERVED 2
Sky Blue with White Stripes
RESERVED 3
Black
❖ 6-PIN Connector
I/O Pins
TTL Output #1
Signal
Cable Color
TTL#1, WIK_D_OUT0
Orange with White Stripes
TTL Output #2
TTL#2, WIK_D_OUT1
Brown with White Stripes
Auxiliary Input #1
AUX_IN#1
Green
Auxiliary Input #2
AUX_IN#2
Green with White Stripes
Wiegand Data Input 0
WIK_D_IN0
Pink
Wiegand Data Input 1
WIK_D_IN1
Sky Blue
❖ 5-PIN Connector
I/O Pins
Signal
Cable Color
RS-485-RTX(+)
RS-485-A(+)
Yellow
RS-485-RTX(-)
RS-485-B(-)
Gray
RS-232-TX
TXD
Black with White Stripes
RS-232-RX
RXD
Red with White Stripes
RS-232-GND
GND
Black
❖ 8-PIN Connector
I/O Pins
Door RELAY(NC)
Signal
NC(1)
Cable Color
Blue with White Stripes
Door RELAY(COM)
COM(1)
Gray with Red Stripes
Door RELAY(NO)
NO(1)
White with Red Stripes
Alarm RELAY(NC)
NC(2)
Purple with White Stripes
Alarm RELAY(COM)
COM(2)
White
Alarm RELAY(NO)
NO(2)
Purple
Exit Button
EXIT
Orange
Door Contact Sensor
CONTACT
Yellow with Red Stripes
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❖ 4-PIN Connector
I/O Pins
Signal
Cable Color
Orange with Red Stripes
RESERVED 2
Orange with Black Stripes
RESERVED 3
Blue
RESERVED 4
Brown
❖ TCP/IP RJ45 Connector
CABLE SELECTION
Description
Cable Type
1
Product Power (DC12V) €
This product
Reader (power and data)
External reader € This
product
Belden #9512, 22 AWG, 4 Conductor, Shielded
2
Belden #9512, 22 AWG, 4 Conductor, Shielded
3
Door Contact Sensor
Exit Button
Sensor Input
Input € This product
Belden #9409, 18 AWG, 2 Conductor, Unshielded
Belden #9514, 22 AWG, 8 Conductor, Shielded
Belden #9514, 22 AWG, 8 Conductor, Shielded
4
RS-232 Cable
Converter € Host P.C.
Belden #9829, 24 AWG, 2-twisted pair, Shielded
5
RS-485 Cable
This product € This product
This product € Converter
Belden #9829, 24 AWG, 2-twisted pair, Shielded
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PRODUCT INTRODUCTION
RESERVED 1
installation and external connection
INSTALLING THE WALL MOUNT
Follow the instructions below to install the wall mount.
1. Place the wall mount on the installation point and mark the 4 holes for the screws. Drill at least 4 of 6-32 holes.
2. Drill a 1/2” hole on the center of the wall mount.
3. Use 4 screws to fix the wall mount to an appropriate point.
4. Arrange the cables through the center hole.
5. Connect the cable and use one screw on the bottom of the wall mount to fix it to the product.
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 Do not install the product on a metal wall. Otherwise, this will cause malfunction due to radio frequency interference
against the wall.
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CONNECTING THE TERMINATION RESISTOR AND DIODE
A resistor is inserted for line’s impedance matching to prevent distortion and reduction in RS-422 or RS-485 long distance
data communications, which is referred to as termination resistor.
Note that termination resistors of lower than 90 are not allowed, neither more than one termination resistor is accepted
for the communications system.
RS485/RS232
Converter
#
RS-485
A
RS-485
120Ω
120Ω
B
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F11
F12
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F4
F2
F5
F3
F6
Termination Resistors
BYPASS DIODE CONNECTION
If you connected an inductor (door locks or alarm device) to the output relay, there should occur a surge voltage while the
inductor was turning on and off. If you do not connect a bypass diode to the relay, the surge voltage will cause damage to
the electric circuit of the controller. To reduce this surge, it is recommended to connect a bypass diode between the
devices.
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F10
F11
F12
Anode
F3
1N4004~1N4007 or equiv.
F6
GND(-)
Lock/Alarm
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INSTALLATION AND EXTERNAL CONNECTION
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installation and external connection
EARTH-GROUNDING THE COMMUNICATION CABLES
We recommend you to use a proper grounding system for the communication cables.
The best grounding method is to earth-ground the shield wire of the communication cable. However, earth-grounding the
communication cable isn’t that easy, apart from the cost increase.
There are three grounding points available for installation:
1. Earth Ground
2. Chassis Ground
3. Power Ground
The most important thing about the earth-grounding is not connecting both ends of the shield wire to the same grounding
system; Connecting both to the same end will cause a current flow through the shield wire due to the voltage level
difference between the both ends of the shield wire, and this current flow will introduce some noise and interference to
communications.
We recommend you connect ONLY one end of the shield wire of the communication cable to the grounding system. If you
can locate an earth grounding point nearby, connect one end of the shield wire to that point.
If you could hardly locate an earth grounding point nearby, connect one end of the shield wire to the chassis ground point.
If you could locate neither of an earth or chassis grounding point nearby, connect one end of the shield wire to the power
ground point (GND). Note that if the chassis is not properly earthed and floated from the ground level, then grounding
communication cable to the chassis will produce the worst communication. If this is the case, use the power grounding
point rather than the chassis grounding.
RS-232
RS-485/RS-232
Converter
Communication
Wires
ShieldWire
Connect
Open
HOST PC
RS-485
RS-485
RS-485
Earth Ground
or Chasis Ground
or Power Ground
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F8
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F11
F12
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F1
F4
F2
F5
F3
F6
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F5
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F4
F2
F5
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I/O CONNECTION
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F2
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F4
F5
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F7
F8
F9
ESC
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F10
F11
F12
F3
Door Contact Sensor: Yellow with the red stripe, GND
Exit Button: Orange line, GND
Connect 2.2K to check for cut-off detection
F6
Door Contact Sensor
Black -
GND
FG
100V-220V
L
Red +
DC+12v
N
Exit Button
Power
Supply
1. Connect the DC 12V(+) line of the power supply unit to the red line.
2. Connect the GND(-) line of the power supply unit to the black line.
- Exit Button Connection
1. Connect one end of the Exit button to the orange line.
2. Connect the other end of the Exit button to GND
- Door Contact Sensor Connection
1. Connect one end of the door contact sensor to the yellow with red stripes.
2. Connect the other end of the door contact sensor to GND.
- Auxiliary Input Device Connection (auxiliary input #1 – green, auxiliary input #2 – green with white stripes)
1. Connect one end of the auxiliary input device to auxiliary input #1 or auxiliary input #2.
2. Connect the other end of the auxiliary input device to GND.
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Output Connection
Connect the 8-pin connector (relay connector) of this product as follows:
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F2
F3
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F5
F6
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F7
F8
F9
ESC
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F10
F11
F12
ALARM
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- POWER FAIL SAFE: Door is opened when the power is disconnected
1. Connect the relay COM line (gray with red stripes for locking the door) to DC +12V.
2. Connect the relay NC line (blue with white stripes for locking the door) to the plus(+) line of the door lock.
3. Connect the minus (-) line of the door lock to GND (-).
- POWER FAIL SECURE: Door is closed when the power is disconnected
1. Connect the relay COM line (gray with red stripes for locking the door) to DC +12V.
2. Connect the relay NO line (white with red stripes for locking the door) to the plus (+) line of the door lock
3. Connect the minus (-) line of the door lock to GND (-).
- Alarm Connection (Alarm Relay)
1. Connect the relay COM (white for the alarm device) to DC +12V.
2. Connect the relay NO line (purple for the alarm device) to the plus (+) line of the alarm device.
3. Connect the minus (-) line of the alarm device to GND (-).
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EXTERNAL READER CONNECTION
External Reader Connection
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- Proximity Reader Connection
1. Connect the DC 12V(+) line of the power supply unit to the plus (+) line of the reader.
2. Connect the GND(-) line of the power supply unit to the minus(-) line of the reader
3. Connect the Wiegand data input line 0 of the proximity reader to the pink line
4. Connect the Wiegand data input line 1 of the proximity reader to the sky blue line
• For a list of compliant readers (external readers), see the followings:
SSA-S30X0
- Standard 26bit Wiegand format proximity reader
- Standard 26bit Wiegand + 8bit Burst format proximity/keypad reader
SSA-S30X1
- Standard 34bit Wiegand format proximity reader
- Standard 34bit Wiegand + 8bit Burst format proximity/keypad reader
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COMMUNICATION LINE CONNECTION
RS-232 Communication Port Connection
A 9-pin connector (serial communication connector, female) is needed to connect the product to the host PC via
RS-232 communication. Please follow the steps below:
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1. Connect RS-232 TX (Black with white stripes) to the pin #2 (RXD) of the 9-pin female connector.
2. Connect RS-232 RX (Red with white stripes) to the pin #3 (TX) of the 9-pin female connector.
3. Connect the GND (black) line of the product to pin #5 of the 9-pin female connector.
4. Plug in the 9-pin female connector to serial port (COM port) of the host PC.
5. Install and launch the application (SAMS).
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RS-485 Communication Port Connection (Standalone)
A RS-485/RS-232 converter is needed to make RS485 communications between the product and the host PC.
Please follow the steps below:
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2. Connect the gray RS-485 RTX (-) line to RS-485 B port of the converter.
3. Plug in the 9-pin connector (RS-232) of the converter into serial port (COM port) of the host PC.
4. Install and launch the application (SAMS).
RS-485 Communication Port Connection (Multiple Units)
A RS-485/RS-232 converter is needed to make RS-485 communications across a multiple of the products
and the host PC.
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- Connect all RS-485 ports of the product in parallel.
1. Connect the yellow RS-485 RTX (+) line of one unit to the yellow RS-485 RTX (+) line of another unit.
2. Connect the gray RS-485 RTX (-) line of one unit to the gray RS-485 RTX (-) line of another unit.
3. Set a unique communication address (COMM ADDR) for each unit.
- Connect one RS-485 port of the product to the RS-485/RS-232 converter
1. Connect the yellow RS-485 RTX (+) line to the RS-485 A port of the converter.
2. Connect the gray RS-485 RTX (-) line to the RS-485 B port of the converter.
3. Plug the 9-pin connector (RS-232) of the converter into serial port (COM port) of the host PC.
4. Install and launch the application (SAMS).
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TCP/IP Communication Port Connection
To implement TCP/IP communications for the host PC, follow the steps below:
HUB
TCP/IP
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1. Connect the RJ45 jack of the unit to the RJ45 plug, the LAN cable of the network system.
2. Set a unique communication address (COMM ADDR) for each unit.
3. Install and launch the application (SAMS).
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Initialization
INITIALIZING THE SYSTEM
Initializing the system using the Initialize switch
1. Check the power terminal on the rear of the product and disconnect the power
cable.
INITIALIZE OK?
2. While holding the Initialize switch, connect the power cable again.
1:YES 0:NO
3. While holding the Initialize switch, wait until the “Initialize OK?” message
appears on the screen.
It takes about 8 seconds to proceed.
• Do not press the Initialize switch while the initialization message appears.
WAIT…
4. Press the button 1 to proceed with the initialization process with the
“WAIT…” message on the screen.
• To cancel Initializing the system, press
0
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5. When the Initializing is done, you will move to the standby screen.
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 Note that the initialization process will restore all previous settings to the factory default.
System Initialization in Master Mode
You can Initialize the system through authentication of the master card. For entering the master mode, see page 24.
1. Press the
F8
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
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6
to move to the SYSTEM INIT. item and
1. SYSTEM INIT.
3. The initialization screen appears.
4. Press the button 1 to proceed with the initialization process with the
“WAIT…” message on the screen.
• To cancel Initializing the system, press
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1:YES, 0:NO
5. When the Initializing is done, you will move to the standby screen.
WAIT…
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default.
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INITIALIZATION
Initialize the system using the Initialize switch on the rear of the product.
initialization
TO ACCESS THE MASTER MODE
1. Apply the power to the product.
2. When the booting is done, press
press ENT .
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8 consecutive times (00000000) and
• The master number of the initialization is “00000000” (“0000000000” for
SSA-S30X1).
If you have already registered the master ID, use the ID to get access.
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 When the system is initialized, the master number will be reset to “00000000”
If you have registered the master ID, you can not get access using “00000000”.
 The master number for SSA-S30X1 is “0000000000 (10 digits)”.
REGISTERING A MASTER ID
To register a master card
1. Press the
F7
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
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and
6
to move to the MASTER ID REG item and
3. Select a master ID index to register and press
4. To select a card, press
1
ENT
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4. MASTER ID REG
MASTER #01
EMPTY
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5. Place the master card to register on the product.
6. Enter the password for the master card and press
7. Press
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to exit registering the master ID.
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4. MASTER ID REG
1:CARD, 2:PIN
4. MASTER ID REG
SCANNING…
ID:12312345
ENTER PASSWORD
ID:12312345
P/W:5678
ENTER F/P FLAG..
0:NOT USE 1: USE
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To register a master card along with your fingerprint
Follow the steps 1 through 6 above in “To register a master card”.
7. Press
1
to register your fingerprint.
8. Place your finger on the fingerprint scanner.
9. Release your finger, then put your finger onto the fingerprint scanner
again when the light turns on.
10. When done, the master ID and your fingerprint template will be registered.
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 The default master ID is “00000000”, and no fingerprint recognition is used.
 If at least one master ID is registered, the default master ID, “00000000”, is no
longer available.
 You can register up to a total of 10 master IDs (01 ~10).
 To erase a master ID, enter “00000000” for the applicable master ID.
 The master number for SSA-S30X1 is ““0000000000 (10 digits)”.
To register a master card PIN
1. Press the
F7
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
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and
6
to move to the MASTER ID REG item and
3. Select a master ID index to register and press
4. To select a PIN, press
2
ENT
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5. Enter the PIN for the master card to register and press
ENT
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• PIN Range
-SSA-S30x0 : Numeric letters in 8 digits
Ranges from 00000001 to 99999999
-SSA-S30x1 : Numeric letters in 10 digits
Ranges from 0000000001 to 4294967295
6. Press
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4. MASTER ID REG
MASTER #1
EMPTY
4. MASTER ID REG
1:CARD, 2:PIN
to exit registering the PIN.
4. MASTER ID REG
ENTER PIN
PIN:_
PIN: 12312345
ENTER F/P FLAG
0:NOT USE 1: USE
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INITIALIZATION
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PUT YOUR FINGER
initialization
To register a master card PIN along with your fingerprint
Follow the steps 1 through 5 above in “To register a master card PIN”
6. Press
1
to register your fingerprint.
TO REGISTER F/P
PUT YOUR FINGER
7. Place your finger on the fingerprint scanner.
8. Release your finger, then put your finger onto the fingerprint scanner
again when the light turns on.
9. When done, the master card PIN and your fingerprint template will be
registered.
LIFT AND
PUT YOUR FINGER
NAME DISPLAY
With “Name Display”, you can set to display the name of a user who enters.
The user name can be downloaded by using the provided application software only, and accepts only alphabetic
letters up to 8 characters. By using the unit, you can register a new user but cannot enter the user’s name. In case of
such a user’s accessing, no name will be displayed.
1. Press the
F3
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the NAME DISPLAY item and
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to select USE or NOT USE, and press
ENT
6. NAME DISPLAY
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NOT USE
• USE : Name Display is enabled.
NOT USE : Name Display is disabled.
4. When done, press
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to save your settings.
 If you set Name Display to “USE”, the maximum number of IDs will be limited to 10000.
 Make sure no ID should have ever be registered before using this function.
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6. NAME DISPLAY
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USER COUNT SETUP
You can select the maximum number of registered users to 10,000 or 20,000.
If you set the maximum user count to 20,000, the maximum number of events will be changed to 10,000.
1. Press the
F3
SETUP MENU button.
4
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
and
6
to move to the MAX USER SETUP item and
to select a max user count.
5. MAX USER SETUP
10000
• 10,000 : The max user count will be set to 10,000.
20,000 : The max user count will be set to 20,000.
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LANGUAGE SETUP
1. Press the
F1
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to move to the LANGUAGE item and press
1. LANGUAGE
and
6
to select a max user count.
• € ENGLISH
€ ESPANOL
€ PORTUGUESE
€ 한국어
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1. LANGUAGE
JENGLISH
 The default language is ENGLISH.
 By default, English, Spanish, Portuguese and Korean are supported.
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INITIALIZATION
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
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DATE/TIME SETUP
1. Press the
F1
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the SET DATE/TIME item and
2. SET DATE/TIME
YYYYMMDDhhmmssw
3. Enter the values of year, month, day, hour, minute, second, and day of the
week in sequence.
• YYYY : Year (4 digits)
MM : Month (2 digits)
DD : Day (2 digits)
hh : Hour (2 digits)
mm : Minute (2 digits)
ss : Second (2 digits)
w : Day of the week (1 digit)
1- Sunday, 2-Monday, 3-Tuesday, 4-Wednesday, 5-Thursday, 6-Friday,
7-Saturday
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to save your settings.
 Enter each value for Date/Time to fit the respective digits.
COMMUNICATION ADDRESS SETUP
1. Press the
F1
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the COMM ADDR SET item and
3. Enter the 3-digit communication address number.
7. COMM ADDR SET
000
• Ex) if you set the COMM ADDR to 12, press 012 for that.
4. When done, press
ENT
to save your settings.
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 The default address is set to “000”.
Select a number between 000 and 255 for the address.
 Each product in the same loop should have a unique communication address.
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BAUD RATE SETUP
This product supports 9600, 19200, 38400, and 57600 bps, and it is set to 57600 bps by default.
An improper speed setting can cause a communication error so ensure that you specify the same speed in the same
network.
F1
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the BAUD RATE item and press
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to select a serial communication speed.
8. BAUD RATE
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• € 9600
€ 19200
€ 38400
€ 57600
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4. When done, press
ENT
to save your settings.
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- Check the communication addresses for this product and the host PC
(software).
- Check the baud rate settings of each of the host PC and this product.
- Check the communication port and cable.
- Check the host PC for the port settings.
FACTORY DEFAULTS
All menu settings will return to the factory default. (The memory is not deleted.)
1. Press the
F8
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
and
3. Press the button
1
to restore the menu settings to the default.
6
to move to the DEFAULT SET item and press
• To cancel initialization, press the button
0
6. DEFAULT SET
.
6. DEFAULT SET
1:YES, 0:NO
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INITIALIZATION
1. Press the
reader mode setup
READER #1 MODE
READER#1 is the default reader that is built in this product.
1. Press the
F1
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the READER#1 MODE item and
3. Use the buttons 4 and 6 to select a reader mode.
3 modes are available for your choice.
• € ID ONLY : In this mode, you can get access only with the proximity card
or ID number.
€ ID +F/P(P/W) : In this mode, you can get access through the fingerprint
authentication after entering the proximity card or ID
number.
If you have not registered your fingerprint, you can get
access with the password authentication.
€ ID+P/W+F/P : In this mode, you can get access through the two-pass
authentication of the password and your fingerprint after
using the proximity card or entering the ID number.
4. When done, press
ENT
3. READER#1 MODE
ID ONLY
3. READER#1 MODE
JID+F/P(P/W)
3. READER#1 MODE
ID+F/P(P/W)
to save your settings.
READER #2 MODE
READER#2 is an external reader for exit.
1. Press the
F1
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the READER#2 MODE item and
3. Use the buttons 4 and 6 to select a reader mode.
2 modes are available for your choice.
• € ID ONLY : In this mode, you can get access only with the proximity card
or ID number.
€ ID+P/W : In this mode, you can get access through the password
authentication after using the proximity card or entering the ID
number.
4. When done, press
ENT
to save your settings.
4. READER#2 MODE
ID ONLY
4. READER#2 MODE
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4. READER#2 MODE
ID+P/W
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READER #1 KEY INPUT
This enables you to use the keypad (numeric keypad) of READER #1 to enter the ID.
If you want to use the registered ID (card number or PIN) to get access, set this mode to USE.
1. Press the
F1
SETUP MENU button.
4
and
6
to move to the RD#1 KEY INPUT item and
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to select the use of the keypad of READER#1.
5. RD#1 KEY INPUT
NOT USE
• € USE : If set, you can get access using the keypad input.
€ NOT USE : If set, you can not get access using the keypad input.
4. When done, press
ENT
to save your settings.
5. RD#1 KEY INPUT
J USE
5. RD#1 KEY INPUT
USE
READER #2 KEY INPUT
This enables you to use the keypad of READER #2 (numeric keypad of the external device) to enter the ID.
If you want to use the registered ID (card number or PIN) to get access, set this mode to USE.
1. Press the
F1
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to move to the RD#2 KEY INPUT item and
and
6
to select the use of the keypad of READER#2.
• € USE : If set, you can get access using the keypad input.
€ NOT USE : If set, you can not get access using the keypad input.
4. When done, press
ENT
to save your settings.
6. RD#2 KEY INPUT
NOT USE
6. RD#2 KEY INPUT
J USE
6. RD#2 KEY INPUT
USE
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READER MODE SETUP
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
reader mode setup
DUAL FINGERPRINT MODE
In Dual Fingerprint mode, you can register two fingerprints for one user ID.
If one of your fingers is damaged with Dual Fingerprint mode set to USE, you can use the other finger registered for the
authentication.
1. Press the
F10
SETUP MENU button.
1. DUAL F/P MODE
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to move to the DUAL F/P MODE item and
NOT USE
and
6
to select the use of Dual Fingerprint mode.
• € USE : If set, you can use the Dual Fingerprint mode.
€ NOT USE : If set, Dual Fingerprint mode is disabled.
4. When done, press
ENT
1. DUAL F/P MODE
JNOT USE
to save your settings.
1. DUAL F/P MODE
USE
M
J
 For registering fingerprints, see the following table.
DUAL FINGER
Template/Fingerprint Count
Success
Ratio
Recommended
Authentication Mode
NOT USE
2 fingerprint templates for one finger
High
Identification mode
USE
1 fingerprint template for each of 2 different fingers
Low
Verification mode
 Make sure not to mix Dual Finger enable/disable configurations for multiple units.
Otherwise, it may degrade the recognition performance or cause data communication errors.
 If you switch the Dual Finger setup from disabled to enabled, all systems should have the consistent setups and
registered fingerprints must be registered again. Switching to disabled requires the same.
 Before registering fingerprints and transfer data, make sure to setup all systems to have consistent setting at the
beginning.
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ADAPTIVE MODE
1. Press the
F10
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the ADAPTIVE MODE item and
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to select the use of Adaptive mode.
NOT USE
• € USE : If set, you can use the Adaptive mode
€ NOT USE : If set, Adaptive mode is disabled
4. When done, press
M
ENT
2. ADAPTIVE MODE
to save your settings.
 In Adaptive mode, it may take longer to recognize the fingerprint.
 Registering and recognizing fingerprints in ADAPTIVE MODE, the red LED of the
2. ADAPTIVE MODE
JNOT USE
2. ADAPTIVE MODE
optical sensor blinks multiple times while capturing the fingerprint.
USE
IDENTIFICATION MODE
You can select the use of 1:N Identification mode. In this mode, the product analyzes the input fingerprint against all of
registered fingerprint data without demanding the input of the card or ID number, then it decides to authorize or
unauthorized the access.
1. Press the
F10
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the IDENTIFICATION item and
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to select the use of Identification mode.
• € USE : If set, you can use the Identification mode
€ NOT USE : If set, Identification mode is disabled
4. When done, press
ENT
to save your settings.
3. IDENTIFICATION
NOT USE
3. IDENTIFICATION
JNOT USE
3. IDENTIFICATION
USE
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READER MODE SETUP
In Adaptive mode, the fingerprint image will be automatically compensated in an attempt to increase the successful
recognition rate of fingerprint authentication.
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REGISTERING ID IN QUICK MODE
To register ID
1. Press the
F12
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the REGISTRATION item and
(QUICK MODE)
1. REGISTRATION
3. Use one of the following two ways to enter an ID:
• Place the card on the main unit to display the card ID on the screen.
• Use the keypad to enter the number and press
ENT
.
4. Enter the password and select whether to use the fingerprint and press
ENT
.
• Set FINGER to 0.
5. ID registration is completed.
• Registering in Quick mode will set TA and TB to 00, and RD, MA, MB, LV to 0.
(Refer to page 35.)
1. REGISTRATION
ID:_
ENTER PIN
PUT ID CARD
1. REGISTRATION
ID:12345678
PASS WORD:_
FINGER :0-N, 1-Y
ID REGISTERED!
To register ID along with fingerprint
Repeat steps 1 through 3 in “To register ID” above.
4. Enter the password and select whether to use the fingerprint and press
ENT
.
• Set FINGER to 1.
5. Place your finger on the fingerprint scanner.
6. Release your finger, then put your finger onto the fingerprint scanner again
when the light turns on.
7. Your ID and fingerprint are registered.
1/2
TO REGISTER F/P
PUT YOUR FINGER
2/2
LIFT AND
PUT YOUR FINGER
FP QUALITY
Q_#1[4] Q_#2[4]
ID REGISTERED!
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REGISTERING THE ID
To register the ID card
1. Press the
F7
1. REGISTRATION
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
3. Press the button
1
to select CARD.
6
to move to the REGISTRATION item and
1. REGISTRATION
1:CARD 2:PIN
4. Put the card onto the main unit to display the card ID on the screen.
1. REGISTRATION
SCANNING…
5. Set each of PW/TA/TB/C/RD/MA/MB/LV/FP.
• For more information about each item, refer to “ID Registration Items” below.
• Set FP to 0.
1. REGISTRATION
ID:1230001
PW_ TA TB C
RD MA MB LV FP
6. ID registration is completed.
ID REGISTERED!
❖ ID Registration Item (PW /TA/TB/C/RD/MA/MB/LV/FP)
Item
Description
PW
4-digit password used in ID+PW
TA
Time schedule code for READER#1 (Internal reader)
TB
Time schedule code for READER#2 (external reader)
Item
READER#2 operation mode for the registered user
MB
Permission code for the user ID
C
NO
0
1
2
Description
Normal card
2-person authentication (administrator)
2-person authentication (visitor)
3
Set ARM/DISARM
4
Missing card
NO
0
1
Description
READER#1, READER#2 assigned
READER#1 assigned
2
READER#2 assigned
3
READER#1, READER#2 assigned
NO
0
1
Description
System Operation Mode
ID mode
2
ID+P/W
Output operation level for the registered user
LV
Reader assignment to the card user
RD
Description
NO
0
1
2
Description
Output Level 1 on access authentication
Output Level 1 on access authentication
Output Level 2 on access authentication
3
Output Level 3 on access authentication
4
Output Level 4 on access authentication
Use/disuse of fingerprint
FP
NO
Description
0
Fingerprint not used.
1
Fingerprint used.
READER#1 operation mode for the registered user
MA
NO
Description
0
System Operation Mode
1
ID mode
2
ID+F/P(P/W)
3
ID+F/P+P/W
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USER MANAGEMENT
• For card registration, select the card to register the ID.
For PIN registration, select PIN and use the keypad to register the ID.
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To register the ID card along with your fingerprint
Follow the steps 1 through 4 in “To register the ID card” above
5. Set each of PW/TA/TB/C/RD/MA/MB/LV/FP.
• For more information about each item, refer to “ID Registration Items” on
page 35.
1/2
TO REGISTER F/P
PUT YOUR FINGER
• Set FP to 1.
• Press
ENT
.
6. Place your finger on the fingerprint scanner.
7. Release your finger, then put your finger onto the fingerprint scanner
again when the light turns on.
8. Your ID and fingerprint will be registered.
2/2
LIFT AND
PUT YOUR FINGER
FP QUALITY
Q_#1[4] Q_#2[4]
ID REGISTERED!
To register the PIN number
1. Press the
F7
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
3. Press the button
4
2
and
6
to move to the REGISTRATION item and
1. REGISTRATION
to select PIN.
• For card registration, select the CARD to register the ID.
For PIN registration, select PIN and use the keypad to register the ID.
4. Use the keypad to enter the ID and press
ENT
.
1. REGISTRATION
1:CARD 2:PIN
5. Set each of PW/TA/TB/C/RD/MA/MB/LV/FP.
• For more information about each item, refer to “ID Registration Items” on
page 35.
1. REGISTRATION
ID:
• Set FP to 0.
6. ID registration is completed.
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 You can use the keypad to enter the ID in the following digits depending on the
model.
- PIN Range
SSA-S30x0 : Numeric letters in 4 ~ 8 digits
Ranges from 00000001 to 99999999
SSA-S30x1 : Numeric letters in 4 ~ 8 or 10 digits
Ranges from 0001 to 99999999, 0000000001 to 4294967295

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1. REGISTRATION
ID:1230001
PW_ TA TB C
RD MA MB LV FP
ID REGISTERED!
To register the PIN number along with your fingerprint
Follow steps 1 through 4 in “To register the PIN number” above.
5. Set each of PW/TA/TB/C/RD/MA/MB/LV/FP.
1/2
TO REGISTER F/P
PUT YOUR FINGER
• Set FP to 1.
• Press
ENT
.
2/2
LIFT AND
PUT YOUR FINGER
6. Place your finger on the fingerprint scanner.
7. Release your finger, then put your finger onto the fingerprint scanner
again when the light turns on.
8. Your ID and fingerprint will be registered.
FP QUALITY
Q_#1[4] Q_#2[4]
ID REGISTERED!
TO DELETE ID
A registered ID can be deleted by entering the ID using the card or keypad in ID DELETE mode.
The number of the ID to delete will be displayed on the screen.
1. Press the
F7
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the ID DELETE item and press
3. Enter the ID to delete, and press
ENT
2.ID DELETE
.
• If you enter the card, you don’t need to press
ENT
.
4. When the ID is deleted, you will see a message of “ID DELETED!!!” on the
screen.
2.ID DELETE
ENTER PIN
J_
ID DELETED!!!
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 If the entered ID is not registered with the product, you will see a message of “UNREGISTERED ID” on the screen.
If an ID that is out of the acceptable range is entered , “INVALID NUMBER” message appears.
 The ID DELETE menu in QUICK MODE under [F12] is the same as ID DELETE under [F7].
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USER MANAGEMENT
• For more information about each item, refer to “ID Registration Items” on
page 35.
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VIEWING THE ID LIST
You can check the list of IDs registered with the product.
1. Press the
F7
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to move to the ID LIST item and press
ENT
.
3.ID LIST
3. The list of registered IDs appears on the screen.
• The list of registered IDs appears on the screen.
ID INDEX : Number of registered items
ID : ID number
C : ID permission code
PW : password
TA : Time schedule of READER #1
TB : Time schedule of READER #2
RD : Readers accessible
MA : Operation mode of READER #1
MB : Operation mode of READER #2
LV : Output level
FP: Use/disuse of fingerprint(0:disuse, 1:Use)
4. Use the buttons
M
4
and
6
ID INDEX:00001
ID:12300001 C:0
PW0000 TA00 TB00
RD0 MA0 MB0 LV1 FP1
to check other registered IDs.
 The “EMPTY” message will appear if there is no user ID registered.
 The “FIRST ID” message indicates that the ID displayed on the screen is the first one.
 The “LAST ID” message indicates that the ID displayed on the screen is the last one.
TO CHECK THE NUMBER OF REGISTERED IDs
You can check the total number of registered IDs.
1. Press the
F7
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the REG. ID COUNT item and
5. REG. ID COUNT
00123
3. The number of registered IDs will be shown on the screen.
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 The number of registered IDs will be displayed in 5 digits.
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TO REMOVE ALL REGISTERED IDs
You can remove all of the registered user IDs.
1. Press the
F8
SETUP MENU button.
4
3. Press the button
1
and
6
to move to the ALL ID CLEAR item and
3. ALL ID CLEAR
to delete all registered IDs.
• To cancel the work, press the button
0
.
3. ALL ID CLEAR
1:YES, 0:NO
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 Please upload the ID data to the host PC before deletion, just for backup purposes.
TO CHECK THE NUMBER OF REGISTERED FINGERPRINTS
You can check the total number of registered fingerprints.
1. Press the
F10
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the FP REG. COUNT item and
4. FP REG. COUNT
3. The number of registered / total recordable fingerprints will be shown.
4. FP REG. COUNT
0021 / 1000
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USER MANAGEMENT
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
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TO REMOVE THE MASTER IDs
If you want to remove all master IDs (card IDs), use this menu.
1. Press the
F8
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
3. Press the button
1
and
6
to move to the MASTER ID CLR item and
4. MASTER ID CLR
to delete all registered master IDs.
• To cancel the work, press the button
0
.
4.MASTER ID CLR
1:YES, 0:NO
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 Before removing all master IDs, ensure that the master IDs are no longer in use.
DURESS MODE
You can set Duress Mode for READER#1. Duress mode is a special feature that outputs a special alarm signal when a
it is forced to open the restricted area, whose default is NOT USE. When selecting USE, you are prompted to enter the
two-digit numbers for the Duress mode password, whose default is ‘00’.
If it is set to USE, enter the two-digit Duress password and press
alarm signal is transmitted to the host PC.
1. Press the
F2
ENT
; this will open the door normally, but the Duress
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to move to the DURESS MODE item and
6.DURESS MODE
and
6
to select USE.
• € NOT USE : Duress Mode is disabled.
€ USE : If set to USE, proceed with the followings:
4. The DURESS password is shown.
Press ENT .
5. Enter the two-digit password and press
J NOT USE
6.DURESS MODE
J USE
ENT
.
DURESS PASSWORD
00
ENTER DURESS P/W
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 The Duress Mode password should be different from the Arm/Disarm code.
 You can specify the output time for each signal out for Duress Alarm. (See Page
47 for “Duress Mode Output Setup”.)
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DOOR OPEN ALARM TIME SETUP
In this menu, you can set the delay time until the product triggers the door open alarm if the door stays open after the Door
Relay time. To use this function, the Door Contact sensor should have been installed on the entrance door. (see page 17)
The default is ‘03’.
F2
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the OPEN ALR TIME item and
3. Use the keypad to enter the time in two digits and press
ENT
03
.
• 00 : The alarm will sound shortly if the door stays open after the Door Relay
Time.
01~ 98 : The alarm will sound shortly if the door stays open after both of
Door Relay time and Door Delay alarm. (01~98 seconds)
99 : The Door Open alarm will not sound.
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8.OPEN ALR TIME
8.OPEN ALR TIME
10
 To use this function, the Door Contact sensor should have been installed on the entrance door.
ARM/DISARM
With the ARM/DISARM code active, you can set the ARM mode by entering the ARM code and presenting the card
(assigned Code 3 in registration) of a person who has the ARM/DISARM permissions. In this mode, all connected readers
will not take the card input any further. To release the ARM mode, enter the DISARM code and present the ARM/DISARM
card.
1. Press the
F3
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
and press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the ARM/DISARM SET item
3. You are prompted to enter the ARM code.
Use the keypad to enter the ARM code in two digits and press
2.ARM/DISARM SET
00/00
ENT
4. You are prompted to enter the DISARM code.
Use the keypad to enter the DISARM code in two digits and press
.
ARM CODE
ENT
.
00
DISARM CODE
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 The Arm/Disarm code should be different from the Duress Mode password.
00
 You can specify the output time for each signal out when ARM function is enabled.
(See Page 47 for “ARM/DISARM Output Setup”.)
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USER MANAGEMENT
1. Press the
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TWO MEN OPERATION MODE
With TWO MEN MODE active, the door will be opened if both administrator card and visitor card are entered in a row
within 10 seconds.
1. Press the
F3
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
and
6
to move to the TWO MEN MODE item and
to select USE or NOT USE, and press
ENT
• € USE : TWO MEN MODE is enabled.
€ NOT USE : TWO MEN MODE is disabled.
3.TWO MEN MODE
.
J NOT USE
3.TWO MEN MODE
J USE
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 To enable this function, the preferred administrator card should be assigned code 1, while the visitor card be
assigned code 2. (See Page 35 for “Registering the ID ”.)
TO CHECK THE NUMBER OF EVENTS
You can check the total number of events stored in the memory. When an event is stored in the memory, the count will
increase accordingly.
The total number of events is 20,000.
Once a specific event is uploaded successfully to the host PC, it will be removed from the internal memory.
1. Press the
F7
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to move to the EVENT COUNT item.
3. The number of events stored in the memory will be shown.
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 To remove the event, refer to “To delete all events”. (see page 43)
 The number of registered IDs will be displayed in 5 digits.
 When the memory is full, please refer to “Event Memory Setup”. (see page 61)
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6.EVENT COUNT
00014
TO REMOVE ALL EVENTS
If the event memory is full or you want to change the number of IDs, you can use this menu to clear the event memory.
1. Press the
F8
SETUP MENU button.
4
3. Press the button
1
and
6
to move to the EVENT CLEAR item and
2.EVENT CLEAR
1:YES, 0:NO
to remove all events.
• To cancel the work, press the button 0.
DELETE ALL EVENT
WAIT…
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 To reserve the events, upload them to the host PC before deletion.
TO REMOVE THE TIME SCHEDULE
All time schedules (01~10), all holiday schedules (01~10), holiday codes, and time schedules for reader#1 and reader#2
modes can be deleted. With the ENT button pressed, press the 1 button to remove all time schedules or press the
0 button to cancel the work.
1. Press the
F8
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
3. Press the button
1
and
6
to move to the T/S CLEAR item and
5.T/S CLEAR
to remove all time schedules.
• To cancel the work, press the button
0
1:YES, 0:NO
.
• You will see the message as shown at the right.
DELETE TS
WAIT…
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 Before removing all time schedules, ensure that they are no longer in use.
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USER MANAGEMENT
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
I/O time setup
EXIT BUTTON OUTPUT
1. Press the
F5
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the EXIT BUTTON item and
1.EXIT BUTTON
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
03 00 00 00 00
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
• Use the keypad to enter the time for each output operation and press
DR : Door relay output
AR : Alarm relay output
T1 : TTL #1 output
T2 : TTL #2 output
BZ : Buzzer output
M
ENT
.
1.EXIT BUTTON
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
_0 00 00 00 00
 The output time differs, depending on the time unit.
If the time unit is 0.1 (second), you can specify the value between 0.0 and 9.8 second; if set to 1 (second), you can
specify between 0 and 98 seconds.
For the time unit, refer to the ‘Time Unit Setup’ under the advanced setup. (see page 54)
 If you enter 99 for the value, the product stays in output mode until you change the setting regardless of the time
unit.
DOOR CONTACT SENSOR SETUP
You can specify the signal output if a door is forcibly opened without through the normal authentication process. (The Door
Contact sensor should have been installed.)
1. Press the
F5
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the DOOR CONTACT item and
2.DOOR CONTACT
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 99 00 00 00
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
• Use the keypad to enter the time for each output operation and press
DR : Door relay output
AR : Alarm relay output
T1 : TTL #1 output
T2 : TTL #2 output
BZ : Buzzer output
M
ENT
.
2.DOOR CONTACT
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
_0 99 00 00 00
 The output time differs, depending on the time unit.
If the time unit is 0.1 (second), you can specify the value between 0.0 and 9.8 second; if set to 1 (second), you can
specify between 0 and 98 seconds.
For the time unit, refer to the ‘Time Unit Setup’ under the advanced setup. (see page 54)
 If you enter 99 for the value, the product stays in output mode until you change the setting regardless of the time
unit.
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AUXILIARY INPUT #1 SETUP
1. Press the
F5
SETUP MENU button.
4
and
6
to move to the AUX INPUT #1 item and
3.AUX INPUT#1
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 00 00 00 00
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
• Use the keypad to enter the time for each output operation and press
DR : Door relay output
AR : Alarm relay output
T1 : TTL #1 output
T2 : TTL #2 output
BZ : Buzzer output
M
ENT
.
3.AUX INPUT#1
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
_0 00 00 00 00
 The output time differs, depending on the time unit.
If the time unit is 0.1 (second), you can specify the value between 0.0 and 9.8 second; if set to 1 (second), you can
specify between 0 and 98 seconds.
For the time unit, refer to the ‘Time Unit Setup’ under the advanced setup. (see page 54)
 If you enter 99 for the value, the product stays in output mode until you change the setting regardless of the time
unit.
AUXILIARY INPUT #2 SETUP
1. Press the
F5
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the AUX INPUT #2 item and
4.AUX INPUT#2
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 00 00 00 00
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
• Use the keypad to enter the time for each output operation and press
DR : Door relay output
AR : Alarm relay output
T1 : TTL #1 output
T2 : TTL #2 output
BZ : Buzzer output
M
ENT
.
4.AUX INPUT#2
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
_0 00 00 00 00
 The output time differs, depending on the time unit.
If the time unit is 0.1 (second), you can specify the value between 0.0 and 9.8 second; if set to 1 (second), you can
specify between 0 and 98 seconds.
For the time unit, refer to the ‘Time Unit Setup’ under the advanced setup. (see page 54)
 If you enter 99 for the value, the product stays in output mode until you change the setting regardless of the time
unit.
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I/O TIME SETUP
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
I/O time setup
TAMPER ALARM OUTPUT SETUP
You can set the signal that you want to output if the device is dismantled forcibly.
1. Press the
F5
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
5.TAMPER ALARM
to move to the TAMPER ALARM item and
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 99 99 99 99
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
• Use the keypad to enter the time for each output operation and press
DR : Door relay output
AR : Alarm relay output
T1 : TTL #1 output
T2 : TTL #2 output
BZ : Buzzer output
M
ENT
.
5.TAMPER ALARM
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
_0 99 99 99 99
 The output time differs, depending on the time unit.
If the time unit is 0.1 (second), you can specify the value between 0.0 and 9.8 second; if set to 1 (second), you can
specify between 0 and 98 seconds.
For the time unit, refer to the ‘Time Unit Setup’ under the advanced setup. (see page 54)
 If you enter 99 for the value, the product stays in output mode until you change the setting regardless of the time
unit.
CUT OFF OUTPUT SETUP
You can set the output options when any of the input line is cut off.
The input cutoff check should have been activated. (see page 60)
1. Press the
F5
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the CUT OFF ALARM item and
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 00 00 00 00
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
• Use the keypad to enter the time for each output operation and press
DR : Door relay output
AR : Alarm relay output
T1 : TTL #1 output
T2 : TTL #2 output
BZ : Buzzer output
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6.CUT OFF ALARM
ENT
.
6.CUT OFF ALARM
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
_0 00 00 00 00
 The output time differs, depending on the time unit.
If the time unit is 0.1 (second), you can specify the value between 0.0 and 9.8 second; if set to 1 (second), you can
specify between 0 and 98 seconds.
For the time unit, refer to the ‘Time Unit Setup’ under the advanced setup. (see page 54)
 If you enter 99 for the value, the product stays in output mode until you change the setting regardless of the time
unit.
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DURESS MODE OUTPUT SETUP
You can specify the output time for Duress mode.
1. Press the
F5
SETUP MENU button.
4
and
6
to move to the DURESS ALARM item and
7.DURESS ALARM
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 00 00 00 00
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
• Use the keypad to enter the time for each output operation and press
DR : Door relay output
AR : Alarm relay output
T1 : TTL #1 output
T2 : TTL #2 output
BZ : Buzzer output
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ENT
.
7.DURESS ALARM
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
_0 00 00 00 00
 Duress Alarm must be enabled (See Page 40 for “Duress Mode”.)
 The output time differs, depending on the time unit.
If the time unit is 0.1 (second), you can specify the value between 0.0 and 9.8 second; if set to 1 (second), you can
specify between 0 and 98 seconds.
For the time unit, refer to the ‘Time Unit Setup’ under the advanced setup. (see page 54)
 If you enter 99 for the value, the product stays in output mode until you change the setting regardless of the time
unit.
ARM/DISARM OUTPUT SETUP
You can specify the output time for ARM/DISARM mode.
1. Press the
F5
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
and press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the ARM/DISARM SET item
8.ARM/DISARM OUT
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 00 00 00 00
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
• Use the keypad to enter the time for each output operation and press
DR : Door relay output
AR : Alarm relay output
T1 : TTL #1 output
T2 : TTL #2 output
BZ : Buzzer output
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ENT
.
8.ARM/DISARM OUT
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
_0 00 00 00 00
 ARM/DISARM must be enabled. (See Page 41 for “Arm/Disarm”.)
 The output time differs, depending on the time unit.
If the time unit is 0.1 (second), you can specify the value between 0.0 and 9.8 second; if set to 1 (second), you can
specify between 0 and 98 seconds.
For the time unit, refer to the ‘Time Unit Setup’ under the advanced setup. (see page 54)
 If you enter 99 for the value, the product stays in output mode until you change the setting regardless of the time
unit.
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I/O TIME SETUP
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
I/O time setup
DOOR OPEN TIMEOUT SETUP
You can set the alarm to sound if the door stays open after a specific wait time from when it opens.
1. Press the
F5
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the DOOR TIME OUT item and
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 99 00 00 00
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
• Use the keypad to enter the time for each output operation and press
DR : Door relay output
AR : Alarm relay output
T1 : TTL #1 output
T2 : TTL #2 output
BZ : Buzzer output
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9.DOOR TIME OUT
ENT
.
9.DOOR TIME OUT
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
_0 99 00 00 00
 The output time differs, depending on the time unit.
If the time unit is 0.1 (second), you can specify the value between 0.0 and 9.8 second; if set to 1 (second), you can
specify between 0 and 98 seconds.
For the time unit, refer to the ‘Time Unit Setup’ under the advanced setup. (see page 54)
 If you enter 99 for the value, the product stays in output mode until you change the setting regardless of the time
unit.
OUTPUT SETUP FOR LEVEL IDs ACCESSING READER #1
Output Setup for the event of Level 1 IDs accessing the READER #1
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the RD1 ID OK LV1 item and
1.RD1 ID OK LV1
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
03 00 00 00 00
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
• Use the keypad to enter the time for each output operation and press
DR : Door relay output
AR : Alarm relay output
T1 : TTL #1 output
T2 : TTL #2 output
BZ : Buzzer output
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ENT
.
1.RD1 ID OK LV1
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
_3 00 00 00 00
 The output time differs, depending on the time unit.
If the time unit is 0.1 (second), you can specify the value between 0.0 and 9.8 second; if set to 1 (second), you can
specify between 0 and 98 seconds.
For the time unit, refer to the ‘Time Unit Setup’ under the advanced setup. (see page 54)
 If you enter 99 for the value, the product stays in output mode until you change the setting regardless of the time
unit.
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Output Setup for Level 2 IDs Accessing READER #1
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
4
and
6
to move to the RD1 ID OK LV2 item and
• The operation time for each output is the same as in “Output Setup for
Level 1 IDs Accessing READER #1” above. (see page 48)
2.RD1 ID OK LV2
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
05 00 00 00 00
Output Setup for Level 3 IDs Accessing READER #1
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the RD1 ID OK LV3 item and
3.RD1 ID OK LV3
• The operation time for each output is the same as in “Output Setup for
Level 1 IDs Accessing READER #1” above. (see page 48)
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
05 00 00 00 00
Output Setup for Level 4 IDs Accessing READER #1
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the RD1 ID OK LV4 item and
• The operation time for each output is the same as in “Output Setup for
Level 1 IDs Accessing READER #1” above. (see page 48)
4.RD1 ID OK LV4
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
05 00 00 00 00
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I/O TIME SETUP
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
I/O time setup
READER #1 ERROR OUTPUT SETUP
READER #1 ID Error Output Setup
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the RD1 ID ERROR item and
5.RD1 ID ERROR
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 03 00 00 00
• If you enter ‘00’, no output setting is configured.
• Use the keypad to enter the time for each output operation and press
DR : Door relay output
AR : Alarm relay output
T1 : TTL #1 output
T2 : TTL #2 output
BZ : Buzzer output
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ENT
.
5.RD1 ID ERROR
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
_0 03 00 00 00
 The output time differs, depending on the time unit.
If the time unit is 0.1 (second), you can specify the value between 0.0 and 9.8 second; if set to 1 (second), you can
specify between 0 and 98 seconds.
For the time unit, refer to the ‘Time Unit Setup’ under the advanced setup. (see page 54)
 If you enter 99 for the value, the product stays in output mode until you change the setting regardless of the time
unit.
READER #1 Time Schedule Error Output Setup
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the RD1 T/S ERROR item and
• The operation time for each output is the same as in “READER #1 ID Error
Output Setup” above.
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6.RD1 T/S ERROR
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 03 00 00 00
 Time schedule must be configured before. (See Page 55 for “Time Schedule Setup”.)
READER #1 Antipassback Error Output Setup
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the RD1 APB ERROR item and
• The operation time for each output is the same as in “READER #1 ID Error
Output Setup” above.
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 APB mode must be enabled before. (See Page 55 for “AntiPassBack Mode”.)
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7.RD1 APB ERROR
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 03 00 00 00
OUTPUT SETUP FOR LEVEL IDS ACCESSING READER #2
Output Setup for the event of Level 1 IDs accessing the READER #2
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
4
and
6
to move to the RD2 ID OK LV1 item and
8.RD2 ID OK LV1
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
03 00 00 00 00
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
• If you enter ‘00’, no output setting is configured.
• Use the keypad to enter the time for each output operation and press
DR : Door relay output
AR : Alarm relay output
T1 : TTL #1 output
T2 : TTL #2 output
BZ : Buzzer output
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ENT
.
8.RD2 ID OK LV1
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
_3 00 00 00 00
 The output time differs, depending on the time unit.
If the time unit is 0.1 (second), you can specify the value between 0.0 and 9.8 second; if set to 1 (second), you can
specify between 0 and 98 seconds.
For the time unit, refer to the ‘Time Unit Setup’ under the advanced setup. (see page 54)
 If you enter 99 for the value, the product stays in output mode until you change the setting regardless of the time
unit.
Output Setup for the event of Level 2 IDs accessing the READER #2
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the RD2 ID OK LV2 item and
• The operation time for each output is the same as in “Output Setup for
Level 1 IDs Accessing READER #2” above.
9.RD2 ID OK LV2
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
05 00 00 00 00
Output Setup for the event of Level 3 IDs accessing the READER #2
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the RD2 ID OK LV3 item and
• The operation time for each output is the same as in “Output Setup for Level
1 IDs Accessing READER #2” above.
10.RD2 ID OK LV3
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
05 00 00 00 00
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I/O TIME SETUP
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
I/O time setup
Output Setup for Level 4 IDs Accessing READER #2
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the RD2 ID OK LV4 item and
11.RD2 ID OK LV4
• The operation time for each output is the same as in “Output Setup for
Level 1 IDs Accessing READER #2” above. (see page 51)
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
05 00 00 00 00
READER #2 ERROR OUTPUT SETUP
READER #2 ID Error Output Setup
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the RD2 ID ERROR item and
12.RD2 ID ERROR
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 03 00 00 00
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
• If you enter ‘00’, no output setting is configured.
• Use the keypad to enter the time for each output operation and press
DR : Door relay output
AR : Alarm relay output
T1 : TTL #1 output
T2 : TTL #2 output
BZ : Buzzer output
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ENT
.
12.RD2 ID ERROR
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
_0 03 00 00 00
 The output time differs, depending on the time unit.
If the time unit is 0.1 (second), you can specify the value between 0.0 and 9.8 second; if set to 1 (second), you can
specify between 0 and 98 seconds.
For the time unit, refer to the ‘Time Unit Setup’ under the advanced setup. (see page 54)
 If you enter 99 for the value, the product stays in output mode until you change the setting regardless of the time
unit.
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READER #2 Time Schedule Error Output Setup
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the RD2 T/S ERROR item and
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DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 03 00 00 00
 Time schedule must be configured before. (See Page 55 for “Time Schedule Setup”.)
READER #2 Antipassback Error Output Setup
1. Press the
F6
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the RD2 APB ERROR item and
14.RD2 APB ERROR
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 03 00 00 00
• The operation time for each output is the same as in “READER #2 ID Error
Output Setup” above. (see page 52)
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 APB mode must be enabled before. (See Page 55 for “AntiPassBack Mode”.)
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I/O TIME SETUP
• The operation time for each output is the same as in “READER #2 ID Error
Output Setup” above. (see page 52)
13.RD2 T/S ERROR
advanced setup
TIME UNIT SETUP
You can use this menu to specify the time unit.
1. Press the
F2
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
and
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to move to the TIME UNIT item and press
3.TIME UNIT
J UNIT: 1SEC
6
to specify the time unit and press
ENT
.
• € UNIT: 1SEC : The output time is calculated by the second in the I/O
setup.
€ UNIT: 0.1SEC : The output time is calculated by the 1/10 second
(100ms) in the I/O setup.
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3.TIME UNIT
J UNIT: 0.1SEC
 The default is set to “UNIT: 1SEC”.
 see the following example
If you want to keep the Door Relay (Relay #1, DR) active for 3 seconds, follow the steps below:
- Set the time unit to 1 second.
- Set the Door Relay (DR) output time to “03”.
If you want to keep the Door Relay (Relay # 1, DR) active for o.5 second, follow the steps below:
- Set the time unit to 0.1 second.
- Set the Door Relay (DR) output time to “05”.
 Your change to the time unit will affect all I/O time settings.
OUTPUT TIME SCHEDULE+ID
The Output T/S+ID feature is used, in particular, in opening the door for a specified time period in a specific time schedule.
However, you can set it not to open the door after the specified time unless a user entry (i.e., entering the ID) is attempted.
The closing time is, of course, the end point of the specified time period.
1. Press the
F2
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
3. Use the buttons
4
and
and
6
6
to move to the OUTPUT T/S + ID item and
to select USE or NOT USE, and press
ENT
.
• € NOT USE : The entrance door is set to be open when it reaches the
specified time in the time schedule code.
€ USE : The entrance door will be not open when it reaches the specified
time in the time schedule code, but is open when a registered
user is authenticated.
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 Time schedule must be configured before. (See Page 59 for “Time Schedule Setup”.)
 The Output T/S + ID is set to “NOT USE” by default.
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4.OUTPUT T/S + ID
J NOT USE
4.OUTPUT T/S + ID
J USE
ANTIPASSBACK MODE
Antipassback mode is used to prevent an identical user from entering or exiting the door twice or more consecutively. This
mode is available only with an Exit reader dedicated to detecting exits, which is not available in a system that is solely using
the Exit button to exit the door.
F2
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the APB MODE item and press
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to select a desired mode and press
5.APB MODE
J NOT USE
ENT
.
• € NOT USE : The Antipassback mode is disabled.
€ USE : The Anti-Pass Back mode is enabled.
€ ALL CLEAR! : If entrance or exit is not allowed because of violation of the
Anti-Pass Back rules, this will reset the status and resume
allowing users to enter or exit the door.
5.APB MODE
J USE
5.APB MODE
J ALL CLEAR!
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 The Antipass back mode is set to “NOT USE” by default.
 You can configure the APB error outputs for each reader on the entrance and exit. (Refer to “Antipassback Error
Output Setup” at pages 50 and 53.)
TIME SCHEDULE SETUP
You can set a total of 10 Time Schedule codes. The default code is “00”, which is used to allow unlimited access.
Each Time Schedule code has 8 programmable days (Sunday through Saturday, and a holiday), each of which has 5 time
intervals.
You can check information such as Time Schedule code, day of the week, time interval and current Time Schedule setting.
A holiday in the Time Schedule is linked to a holiday schedule code.
The Time Schedule is based on 24-hour format and therefore “00:00” and “24:00” refer to
the same time.
1. Press the
F4
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
3. Use the 4 and 6 ,
code and press ENT .
2
6
,
1.TIME SCHEDULE
T/S CODE: 01 HOL
INTERVAL:
1
00:00 – 00:00
to move to the TIME SCHEDULE item and
8
buttons to specify the interval, day and
• € T/S CODE : Time Schedule Code 01~10
€ Weekly : 8 days (HOL,SUN,MON,TUE,WED,THU,FRI,SAT)
€ INTERVAL : Time interval 1~5
€ 00:00 – 00:00 : hour : min
1.TIME SCHEDULE
T/S CODE: 10 SAT
INTERVAL:
1
00:00 – 00:00
1.TIME SCHEDULE
T/S CODE: 01 SUN
INTERVAL:
5
12:10 – 15:59
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ADVANCED SETUP
1. Press the
advanced setup
4. Use the numeric buttons to enter start or end time in 8 digits.
1.TIME SCHEDULE
T/S CODE: 01 HOL
INTERVAL:
1
00:00 – 00:00
• If an entry is invalid, the “INVALID NUMBER” message will appear.
5. Repeat steps 3 through 4 above to set other time schedules.
6. Upon completion of all time schedules, press
ESC
to exit from the menu.
HOLIDAY SETUP
This feature allows you to set holidays of your choice.
Each of 10 Holiday Codes can have up to 100 programmable holidays.
You can view holiday information set on each holiday code.
1. Press the
F4
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
4
3. Use the 4 , 6 ,
DAY NO and press
and
2
ENT
6
and
to move to HOLIDAY SET and press
8
ENT
buttons to select HOLIDAY CODE, and
.
• € HOLIDAY CODE : 01~10
€ DAY NO. : 001~100
4. Use the numeric buttons to enter 4-digit month/day and press
ENT
.
• If the entry is incorrect, the “INVALID NUMBER” message will appear.
5. Repeat steps 3 through 4 to set other holiday schedule codes.
6. Upon completion of all holiday schedule settings, exit the menu by
pressing ESC .
.
2.HOLIDAY SET
HOLIDAY CODE: 01
DAY NO. :
001
00/00
2.HOLIDAY SET
HOLIDAY CODE: 01
DAY NO. :
100
01/25
2.HOLIDAY SET
HOLIDAY CODE: 10
DAY NO. :
050
12/31
2.HOLIDAY SET
HOLIDAY CODE: 01
DAY NO. :
001
00/00
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HOLIDAY CODE SETUP
The Holiday Code setting allows you to link a Holiday Schedule to a Time Schedule.. A Time Schedule has 5 Time
Intervals for holidays and the Time Intervals are applied only to the dates of this Holiday Schedule.
The Holiday Code ‘00’ means no holiday codes are applied to the Time Schedule.
1. Press the
F4
ENT
to enter a 2-digit
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to move to HOLIDAY CODE and press
3. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to select Time Schedule and press
ENT
.
ENT
.
T/S CODE: 01 I
HOLIDAY CODE: 00
• T/S (Time Schedule) CODE : 01~10
4. Use the numeric buttons to enter 2-digit holiday code.
3.HOLIDAY CODE
• HOLIDAY CODE : 01~10
T/S CODE: 01 I
HOLIDAY CODE: 00
• If the entry is invalid, the “INVALID NUMBER” message will appear.
5. Repeat steps 3 through 4 above to set other time schedules.
6. Upon completion of all holiday code settings, exit the menu by pressing
3.HOLIDAY CODE
3.HOLIDAY CODE
ESC
.
T/S CODE: 10 I
HOLIDAY CODE: 00
3.HOLIDAY CODE
T/S CODE: 01 I
HOLIDAY CODE: 10
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ADVANCED SETUP
Use the buttons 4 and 6 to scroll up and down from the T/S Code 01 to 10. And, press
Holiday Schedule Code. You can also press ENT to store the Holiday Index to the memory.
advanced setup
READER MODE TIME SCHEDULE
READER #1 MODE TIME SCHEDULE
There are 3 reader modes (in READER #1) including ID Mode, ID+F/P Mode and ID+PW+F/P Mode. Unless
otherwise set specifically, all registered users should be verified according to the reader mode in use. However
you may allow entry with card only during a certain time interval for all users.
For example, suppose you want to access the door by only presenting a card from 09:00 to 17:00 and use the
Fingerprint Verification method for the rest of the time. And, you can do so by setting [READER1 MODE
SETTING] to ID+F/P Mode which will be general operation mode, and program a T/S Code “01” so that it can
include a time period between 09:00 and 17:00 for card access. And, link the programmed Time Schedule
Code 01 to the READER1 MODE Time Schedule setting.
1. Press the
F4
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the RD1 MODE  T/S item and
3. Use the numeric buttons to enter 2-digit code and press
ENT
.
4.RD1 MODE I T/S
00
• T/S(Time Schedule) CODE : 00~10
• If the entry is incorrect, the “INVALID NUMBER” message will appear.
• The T/S Code “00” indicates no Time Schedule is to be applied.
4.RD1 MODE I T/S
10
READER #2 Mode Time Schedule
There are 2 reader modes (in READER #2) including ID Mode and ID+P/W Mode. Unless otherwise specified, all
registered users should be authenticated to the reader mode in use. However you may allow entry with card
only during a certain time interval for all users.
For example, suppose you want to access the door by only presenting a card from 09:00 to 17:00 and use the
Fingerprint Verification method for the rest of the time. And, you can do so by setting [READER2 MODE
SETTING] to ID+P/W Mode which will be general operation mode, and program a T/S Code “01” so that it can
include a time period between 09:00 and 17:00 for card access. And, link the programmed Time Schedule
Code 01 to the READER2 MODE Time Schedule setting.
1. Press the
F4
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
and
6
to move to RD2 MODE  T/S and press
• It can be configured in the same way as READER#1 Mode Time Schedule
setting.
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5.RD2 MODE I T/S
00
VOICE MESSAGE TIME SCHEDULE
The Voice Message Time Schedule function allows you to apply time schedules to the voice message output and mute
them at other times.
To apply a time schedule code, enter the time schedule code you want. Within the time range assigned by the time
schedule, voice messages will be played while at other times, they will not be played.
1. Press the
F4
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the VOICE  T/S and
3. Use the numeric buttons to enter 2-digit code and press
ENT
6.VOICE I T/S
00
.
• T/S(Time Schedule) CODE : 00~10
• If the entry is incorrect, the “INVALID NUMBER” message will appear.
6.VOICE I T/S
• The T/S Code 00 indicates no Time Schedule is to be applied.
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OUTPUT TIME SCHEDULE SETUP
You can link a Time Schedule Code to each output. The default Time Schedule Code for every output is “00”, which
means no Time Schedule is applied to them. Changing these settings can be very useful when you want to leave the
door open during a certain time period.
1. Press the
F5
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to move to OUTPUT T/S and press
3. Use the numeric buttons to enter 2-digit code for each item and press
ENT
ENT
• T/S(Time Schedule) CODE : 00~10
DR : Door Relay Output T/S code
AR : Alarm Relay Output T/S code
T1 : TTL#1 Output T/S code
T2 : TTL#2 Output T/S code
BZ : Buzzer Output T/S code
.
.
10.OUTPUT T/S
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
00 00 00 00 00
10.OUTPUT T/S
DR AR T1 T2 BZ
10 00 01 00 00
• If the entry is incorrect, the “INVALID NUMBER” message will appear.
• The T/S Code ‘00’ means no Time Schedules are to be applied.
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ADVANCED SETUP
Using this feature, for example, you can configure the unit to play voice messages in the daytime and mute them at night.
advanced setup
INPUT TIME SCHEDULE SETUP
You can assign a Time Schedule Code to each input to activate the input only during that period. The default Time
Schedule Code for every input is “00”, which means no Time Schedule is applied to them. Changing these settings can
be very useful when you want to activate PIR sensor during a certain period of time.
1. Press the
F5
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to move to INPUT T/S and press
3. Use the numeric buttons to enter 2-digit code and press
ENT
ENT
.
11. INPUT T/S
.
EX DC I1 I2 TP
00 00 00 00 00
• T/S(Time Schedule) CODE : 00~10
EX : EXIT Button Input T/S Code
DC : Door Contact Sensor Input T/S Code
11. INPUT T/S
I1 : Aux Input#1 T/S Code
EX DC I1 I2 TP
10 00 02 00 00
I2 : Aux Input#2 T/S Code
TP : Tamper Switch Input T/S Code
• If the entry is incorrect, the “INVALID NUMBER” message will appear.
• The T/S Code ‘00’ means no Time Schedules are to be applied.
INPUT CUT OFF CHECK SETUP
You can choose whether or not to check the connection cutoff of each input port. The default setting is “00”. To enable
the cut off check function, change the setting to “01”.
In case of cut off detected at the input while the cut off check enabled, the corresponding output signal is given as per
“Cut Off Output Setup”. (See Page 46.)
1. Press the
F5
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to move to CUT OFF SET and press
ENT
3. Use the numeric buttons to enter “00” or “01” for each input.
• 00 : The Input Cut Off check function is disabled.
01 : The Input Cut Off check function is enabled.
• EX : Whether to use EXIT Button input cut off check.
DC : Whether to use Door Contact Sensor input cut off check.
I1 : Whether to use Aux Input #1 input cut off check.
I2 : Whether to use Aux Input #2 input cut off check.
TP : Whether to use Tamper Switch input cut off check.
.
12. CUT OFF SET
EX DC I1 I2 TP
00 00 00 00 00
12.CUT OFF SET
EX DC I1 I2 TP
01 00 00 00 00
• If the entry is incorrect, the “INVALID NUMBER” message will appear.
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 Before enabling this function, a 2.2KΩ resistor should be connected between the input wire and the GND.
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additional features
EVENT MEMORY SETUP
1. Press the
F2
SETUP MENU button.
4
and
6
to move to EVENT MEMORY and press
3. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
and
6
to select either USE or NOT USE and press
1.EVENT MEMORY
NOT USE
• € USE : When the event memory is full, it gives out an error message and
maintains all events stored in the memory.
€ NOT USE : Even when the event memory is full, it does not give out
an error message. In this case the last event saved in the
memory is replaced with the next new one. Select ‘NOT
USE’ for standalone use (only for entry access exclusively).
1.EVENT MEMORY
J NOT USE
1.EVENT MEMORY
J USE
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 The default setting is “USE”.
ID DISPLAY
1. Press the
F2
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the ID DISPLAY item and press
3. Use the buttons
and press ENT .
4
and
6
to select MESSAGE or ID + MESSAGE
2. ID DISPLAY
MESSAGE
• MESSAGE : Instead of a text message and the user ID, the text message
of “********” will appear on the screen.
ID + MESSAGE : The User ID along with a text message will appear on the
screen.
<MESSAGE>
ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ
ACCESS GRANTED!
MYID
12/12 16:25 :07
<ID + MESSAGE>
12345678
ACCESS GRANTED!
MYID
12/12 16:25 :07
2.ID DISPLAY
J MESSAGE
2.ID DISPLAY
J ID + MESSAGE
• The “MYID” in the picture is a user name which will be displayed if the ID and name were registered using the
provided application software. (See Page 26 for “Name Display”.)
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ADDITIONAL FEATURES
2. Use the buttons
ENT .
additional features
WIEGAND OUTPUT SETUP
1. Press the
F2
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
and press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the WIEGAND OUTPUT item
3. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
and
6
to select either USE or NOT USE and press
• € USE : It sends 26 bit Wiegand Output (34 bit for SSA-S30X1 series)
through two TTL output ports (TTL OUT #1, TTL OUT #2), which
can be used as a reader in connection with other controller.
€ NOT USE : This product cannot be used as a reader.
7. WIEGAND OUTPUT
NOT USE
7. WIEGAND OUTPUT
J NOT USE
7. WIEGAND OUTPUT
J USE
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 When it is set to ‘USE’, the TTL #1 and TTL #2 outputs are disabled except for WIEGAND Outputs.
VOICE VOLUME SETUP
1. Press the
F3
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
4
3. When done, press
and
ENT
6
to move to VOICE VOLUME and press
ENT
to save your settings.
1.VOICE VOLUME
VOLUME : 0
• You can adjust the volume of the voice in 5 levels from 0 (mute) to 4
(maximum)
1.VOICE VOLUME
VOLUME : _
1.VOICE VOLUME
VOLUME : _
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 Adjust the volume level to “0” to disable voice output.
 If you enter a value higher than ‘5’, the “INVALID NUMBER” message appears
and the volume stays at the previous setting.
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ONE TIME READ
If the menu is set to “USE”, the card authentication will not take place for the next 30 seconds after an instance of
authenticating a registered card.
1. Press the
F3
SETUP MENU button.
4
and
6
to move to ONE TIME READ and press
3. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
and
6
to select either USE or NOT USE and press
• € USE : The card authentication will not take place for 30 seconds after an
instance of authenticating a registered card.
For unregistered cards, the authentication process will be
attempted repeatedly.
When another registered card is successfully authenticated within
30 seconds from the first normal authentication by a registered
card, it is possible to authenticate the first card again not requiring
the time lag of 30 seconds.
€ NOT USE : Continuous re-authentication of a registered card is enabled.
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4.ONE TIME READ
NOT USE
4.ONE TIME READ
JNOT USE
 The default setting for One Time Read is “NOT USE”.
VERSION CHECK
1. Press the
F9
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
and
6
to move to FIRMWARE VER and press
3. The firmware version of the unit is displayed.
1.FIRMWARE VER.
SSA-S3010
v0.50_090803
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ADDITIONAL FEATURES
2. Use the buttons
ENT .
additional features
INPUT TEST
This feature allows you to test settings for each input.
1. Press the
F9
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the INPUT TEST item and
2.INPUT TEST
EX DC I1 I2 TP
2 2 2 2 0
3. The corresponding value changes upon input.
• 0 : It indicates that the input port is open circuit.
1 : It indicates that the input port is short circuited at the earth-grounding
level.
2.INPUT TEST
2 : It indicates that the corresponding port is not connected.
EX DC I1 I2 TP
2 2 2 2 0
• EX : Exit Button Input
DC : Door Contact Sensor Input
I1 : Auxiliary Input #1
I2 : Auxiliary Input #2
TP : Tamper Switch Input
OUTPUT TEST
This feature allows you to test settings for each output.
1. Press the
F9
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
4
and
6
to move to OUTPUT TEST and press
ENT
3.OUTPUT TEST
3. Press ENT to turn ON/OFF the DOOR REALY, ALARM RELAY, TTL#1,
TTL#2, BUZZER in sequence.
• DOOR REALY
ALARM RELAY
TTL#1
TTL#2
BUZZER
(ON/OFF)
(ON/OFF)
(ON/OFF)
(ON/OFF)
(ON/OFF)
4. Press any key to move to the parent menu.
3.OUTPUT TEST
DOOR RELAY
ON
3.OUTPUT TEST
DOOR RELAY
OFF
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 The first two tests verify if the output relays (Door Relay and Alarm Relay) are
working properly. You can hear the mechanical sound of relay with a blinking
LED indicator.
The next two tests are to verify TTL#1 and TTL#2 outputs. Finally, the last test is
for an Internal Buzzer test. You can hear two beeps during the test.
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PRESS ANY KEY…
LCD TEST
This feature allows you to test the LCD status. The SAMSUNG logo will appear rolling up and down. At this time you
can check any abnormality in the LCD.
F9
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
1. Press the
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the LCD TEST item and press
4.LCD TEST
• Check the SAMSUNG logo.
3. The last date the firmware is amended and the version information is
displayed.
LAST UPDATE
v0.50_090803
PRESS ANY KEY
KEYPAD TEST
1. Press the
F9
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the KEYPAD TEST item and
5.KEYPAD TEST
3. When the Keypad Test screen appears, try to press each key one by one.
The depressed key will disappear from the screen.
• ¼:
ESC
#:
ENT
on the keypad
on the keypad
123
456
789
*0#
F1
F4
F7
F10
F2
F5
F8
F11
F3
F6
F9
F12
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additional features
READER TEST
This function allows you to test the internal (READER #1) and the external readers (READER #2).
1. Press the
F9
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the READER TEST item and
6.READER TEST
SCANNING…
3. Place your card close to the reader. When the card is read successfully, the
reader number with the 8-digit card number will be displayed on the screen.
4. Press
ESC
6.READER TEST
to move to the parent menu.
READER #1
25500363
6.READER TEST
MEMORY TEST
1. Press the
F9
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
3. Press
ENT
4
and
6
to move to the MEMORY TEST item and
7.MEMORY TEST
to start the test.
4. Please see the pictures below for the screens when the test has succeeded
and failed.
<If the test has succeeded >
TEST PASSED!!!
PRESS ANY KEY…
<If the test has failed>
RAM TESTING…
TEST FAILED!!!
PRESS ANY KEY…
5. Press any key to move to the parent menu.
J
 If the Data Memory has a problem, the “TEST FAILED” message will be displayed on the screen.
If this is the case, contact the nearest Service Center for technical support.
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COMMUNICATION TEST
Before executing this test, remember to connect the RS-232 TX wire (Black wire with White stripe) and the RS-232 RX
wire (Red wire with White stripe) together. This is to test on the built-in communication chip, not on the communication
with the computer.
F9
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
6
and
to move to the COMM TEST item and
8.COMM TEST
• TX DATA : Transmit Data
RX DATA : Receive Data
3. Press
ENT
to start the test.
4. Please see the pictures below for the screens when the test has succeeded
and failed.
< If the test has succeeded >
TX DATA = 0
RX DATA = 0
< If the test has failed >
TEST PASSED!!!
PRESS ANY KEY…
TEST FAILED!!!
PRESS ANY KEY…
5. Press any key to move to the parent menu.
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 If the communication is malfunctioning, the “TEST FAILED!!!” message will be displayed.
If this is the case, contact the nearest Service Center for technical support.
FINGERPRINT MODULE VERSION CHECK
1. Press the
F10
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
press ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the MODULE VERSION item and
• The version of the fingerprint module will be shown.
5.MODULE VERSION
V1.71
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ADDITIONAL FEATURES
1. Press the
additional features
INPUT TYPE SETUP
Either one of NO(00) or NC(01) is available for the input type.
The default setting is ‘00(Normal Open)’.
1. Press the
F5
SETUP MENU button.
2. Use the buttons
ENT .
4
and
6
to move to the INPUT TYPE item and press
3. You can make input when the prompt blinks.
• Use the numeric buttons to enter ‘00’ or ‘01’ for operation type for each
input and press ENT .
NO: Normal Open, open is normal
NC :Normal Close, close is normal
EX : Exit Button
DC : Door Open Sensor
I 1 : Aux Input #1
I 2 : Aux Input #2
TP : Tamper Input
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13.INPUT TYPE
00: NO, 01: NC
EX DC I1 I2 TP
00 00 00 00 00
13.INPUT TYPE
00: NO, 01: NC
EX DC I1 I2 TP
_0 00 00 00 00
 If values other than ‘00’ or ‘01’ are entered, the error message of “INVALID NUMBER” will appear and the values you entered will
not be saved.
 Check the operation type of the input device that is connected to the input port. If the operation type is set incorrectly, it will cause
unintended result.
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other information
MENU STRUCTURE
Menu Structure of the [F1] button
You can set Language, Date/Time and READER modes.
LANGUAGE
OTHER INFORMATION
ENGLISH
F1 button
ESPANOL
PORTUGUES
한국어
SET DATE/ TIME
ID ONLY
READER #1 MODE
READER #2 MODE
RD#1 KEY INPUT
RD#2 KEY INPUT
COMM ADDR SET
ID+F/P(PW)
ID+P/W+F/P
ID ONLY
ID+PW
NOT USE
USE
NOT USE
USE
000~255
9600
BAUD RATE
19200
38400
57600
Menu Structure of the [F2] button
You can set Event Memory, ID Display, Time Unit Setup, Output Time Schedule + ID, Antipassback Mode,
Duress Mode, WIEGAND Output, and Door Open Timeout Alarm.
F2 button
EVENT MEMORY
ID DISPLAY
TIME UNIT
OUTPUT T/S + ID
USE
NOT USE
MESSAGE
ID+ MESSAGE
UNIT : 1 SEC
UNIT : 0.1 SEC
NOT USE
USE
NOT USE
APB MODE
DURESS MODE
WIEGAND OUTPUT
OPEN ALR TIME
USE
ALL CLEAR!
NOT USE
USE
NOT USE
USE
00~99
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other information
Menu Structure of the [F3] button
You can set Voice Volume, Arm/Disarm, Two Men Operation, One Time Read, Number of Users, and Name
Display.
F3 button
VOICE VOLUME
0 (MUTE) ~ 4 (MAXIMUM)
ARM/DISARM
TWO MEN MODE
ONE TIME READ
MAX USER SETUP
NAME DISPLAY
NOT USE
USE
NOT USE
USE
10,000
20,000
NOT USE
USE
Menu Structure of the [F4] button
You can set Time Schedule, Holiday, Holiday Code, READER #1 and #2 Mode Time Schedule, and Voice
Message Time Schedule.
T/S CODE : 01~10
F4 button
TIME SCHEDULE
HOLIDAY SET
HOLIDAY CODE
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Weekly
INTERVAL : 1~5
HOLIDAY CODE : 01~10
DAY NO. : 001~100
T/S CODE : 01~10
HOLIDAY CODE : 01~10
RD1 MODE T/S
T/S CODE : 01~10
RD2 MODE T/S
T/S CODE : 01~10
VOICE T/S
T/S CODE : 01~10
Menu Structure of the [F5] button
You can set Exit Key Output, Door Contact Sensor, Aux Input #1 and #2, Tamper Alarm Output, Cut Off
Output, Duress Alarm Output, Arm/Disarm Output, Door Open timeout Output, Input/Output Time Schedule,
Input Cut Off Check, and Input Type.
OTHER INFORMATION
F5 button
EXIT BUTTON
DOOR CONTACT
AUX INPUT #1
AUX INPUT #2
TAMPER ALARM
CUT OFF ALARM
DURESS ALARM
ARM/DISARM OUT
DOOR TIME OUT
OUTPUT T/S
INPUT T/S
CUT OFF SET
INPUT TYPE
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other information
Menu Structure of the [F6] button
You can set Output for Accessible levels for READER #1 and #2 ID, READER #1 and #2 ID Error Output,
READER #1 and #2 Time Schedule Error Output, READER #1 and #2 Antipassback Error Output.
F6 button
RD1 ID OK LV1
RD1 ID OK LV2
RD1 ID OK LV3
RD1 ID OK LV4
RD1 ID ERROR
RD1 T/S ERROR
RD1 APB ERROR
RD2 ID OK LV1
RD2 ID OK LV2
RD2 ID OK LV3
RD2 ID OK LV4
RD2 ID ERROR
RD2 T/S ERROR
RD2 APB ERROR
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Menu Structure of the [F7] button
You can register or delete IDs and register the master ID. You can also view the ID list, ID count and event
count.
F7 button
REGISTRATION
CARD
OTHER INFORMATION
KEY
ID DELETE
ID LIST
MASTER ID REG
REG. ID COUNT
EVENT COUNT
Menu Structure of the [F8] button
You can initialize the master mode and delete the entire events, IDs, Master ID and Time Schedules.
F8 button
SYSTEM INIT.
EVENT CLEAR
ALL ID CLEAR
MASTER ID CLR
T/S CLEAR
DEFAULT SET
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
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other information
Menu Structure of the [F9] button
You can check the system version. You can also test the input, output, LCD, keypad, reader, memory and
communication status.
F9 button
FIRMWARE VER
INPUT TEST
OUTPUT TEST
LCD TEST
KEYPAD TEST
READER TEST
MEMORY TEST
COMM TEST
[Menu Structure of the [F10] button
You can set the Dual Fingerprint Mode and ID Modes, and check the number of registered fingerprints and the
fingerprint module version.
F10 button
DUAL F/P MODE
ADAPTIVE MODE
IDENTIFICATION
NOT USE
USE
NOT USE
USE
NOT USE
USE
FP REG. COUNT
MODULE VERSION
Menu Structure of the [F12] button
You can easily register or delete IDs without going through a complex setup procedure.
F12 button
(QUICK MODE) REGISTRATION
(QUICK MODE) ID DELETE
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DEFAULT SETTINGS
Output Settings for Input Sources
Output
Alarm Relay
(AR)
TTL#1
(T1)
TTL#2
(T2)
Buzzer
(BZ)
[1] Exit Button
03
00
00
00
00
[2] Door Contact
00
99
00
00
00
[3] AUX Input #1
00
00
00
00
00
[4] AUX Input #2
00
00
00
00
00
[5] TAMPER Alarm
00
99
99
99
99
[6] Cut Off Alarm
00
00
00
00
00
[7] DURESS ALARM
00
00
00
00
00
[8] ARM/DISARM OUT
00
00
00
00
00
[9] Door Open Timeout
00
99
00
00
00
[10] Output Time Schedule
00
00
00
00
00
[11] Input Time Schedule
00
00
00
00
00
[12] Cut Off Check
00
00
00
00
00
[13] Input Type
00
00
00
00
00
1) Index No. [1] ~ [9]
The values indicate the operating time of each output for the input signal.
2) Index No. [10]
The values indicate the time schedule code (index) applied to each output.
3) Index No. [11]
The values indicate the input port ([1]Exit Button ~ [5]Tamper S/W).
Each value indicates the code of Time Schedule to be applied to the corresponding input port.
4) Index No. [12]
The values indicate whether or not to use the cut off check feature for each input.
(0 – Not Use, 1 – Use)
5) Index No. [13]
The values indicate whether the input type is NO(Normally Open) or NC(Normally Closed).
(0 – NO, 1 – NC)
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OTHER INFORMATION
Door Relay
(DR)
Input
other information
Output Setting for Authentication
Output
Door Relay
(DR)
Alarm Relay
(AR)
TTL#1
(T1)
TTL#2
(T2)
Buzzer
(BZ)
[1] Reader#1 ID OK LV1
03
00
00
00
00
[2] Reader#1 ID OK LV2
05
00
00
00
00
[3] Reader#1 ID OK LV3
05
00
00
00
00
[4] Reader#1 ID OK LV4
05
00
00
00
00
[5] Reader#1 ID Error
00
03
00
00
00
[6] Reader#1 T/S Error
00
03
00
00
00
Input
[7] Reader#1 APB Error
00
03
00
00
00
[8] Reader#2 ID OK LV1
03
00
00
00
00
[9] Reader#2 ID OK LV2
05
00
00
00
00
[10] Reader#2 ID OK LV3
05
00
00
00
00
[11] Reader#2 ID OK LV4
05
00
00
00
00
[12] Reader#2 ID Error
00
03
00
00
00
[13] Reader#2 T/S Error
00
03
00
00
00
[14] Reader#2 APB Error
00
03
00
00
00
1) Index No. [1] ~ [14]
The values indicate the operating time of each output for the input signal.
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troubleshooting
TROUBLESHOOTING
If the product does not function properly, please see the below for trouble shooting.
PROBLEM
1)
2)
3)
4)
I entered the Master ID “00000000” but I
still cannot enter the Setup Mode
(“0000000000” for SSA-S30X1)
1)
2)
3)
The card ID might be registered only to the controller and not to the PC. During
the process of batch-downloading IDs from the PC, the PC first erases the ID
memory in the unit and rewrites from the beginning. This trouble can happen if
those IDs were not registered on the PC at the point of batch-downloading.
Check whether the card ID is registered on the PC or not.
If not, please register the card ID and try again.
If the trouble persists after following the procedures above, contact a designated
service center.
Try changing the Master ID using the application software. (The Master ID will be
changed to the value of your choice.)
If the product does not function properly, follow the steps below to initialize the
system :
After the installation and connections are completed, press the initialize button
and apply power (+12V DC) to turn on the product.
You will see the “Initialize OK? 0:No 1: Yes” message on the screen.
Press the button 1 if you want to initialize the system.
After all the initialization process is completed, the system will be operating on
the normal mode and the screen will display the SAMSUNG logo, Date and Time
information.
If the trouble persists after following the procedures above, contact a designated
service center.
No problem with accessing by card, but
cannot access via a manual PIN input.
1)
The unit suddenly returns to the normal
operating mode.
• The unit is originally programmed to go back to the normal operating mode when
no buttons are pressed or no cards are read within 60 seconds in the setup mode.
The “SCHEDULE ERROR” message
appears when a RFID card is being read.
1)
Check whether a beep sounds when you press a key.
If a beep sounds, the problem may be wrong settings.
Proceed as followings:
- Enter the Master ID (Default=“00000000”) to get into the Setup mode. (“0000000000” for SSAS30X1)
- Press the F1 button.
- Select ‘USE’ in the [RD#1 KEY INPUT] on the screen.
2) When there is no beep sound or the problem persists after the [RD#1 KEY INPUT]
has been set to ‘USE’, contact a designated service center.
If the unit used to be properly operating before, it is likely that there has been an
electric shock that damaged the internal memory and data. Please initialize the
unit as instructed in the manual.
2) Check if the ID information has been configured correctly.
- Check if the Time Schedule is set to the time of your choice.
- Check if the values for TA and TB are set correctly to the Time Schedule of your choice
during the ID registration.
3) If this unit is connected to a PC software, use the software that allows easy
settings.
4) If the trouble persists after following the procedures above, contact a designated service center.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
A valid card that had been in use became
unregistered after batch-downloading IDs
from a PC.
SOLUTION
troubleshooting
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
The “ACCESS DOOR ERR” message
appears when a RF ID card is being read.
1)
The buzzer keeps beeping.
1)
If the unit used to operate properly before, it is likely that there has been an electric shock
that damaged the internal memory and data.
Please initialize the unit as instructed in the manual.
2) Check if the ID information has been entered correctly during its registration.
- Check if the value for RD is set correctly during the ID registration.
- If the RD value is set to “1”, the door opens only when READER 1 reads tthe card, and
does not open when READER 2 reads the card. If the card is presented to READER 2, the
“ACCESS DOOR ERROR” message will appear.
- If the RD value is set to “2”, the door opens only when READER 2 reads the card, and
does not open when READER 1 reads tthe card. If the card is presented to READER 1,
the “ACCESS DOOR ERROR” message will appear.
- If the RD value is set to either “0” or “3”, the door opens when either READER 1 or 2
reads the card.
3) If the trouble persists after following the procedures above, contact a designated service center.
2)
3)
4)
5)
The communication between the
controller and the Host PC fails.
1)
2)
Check the door status. If the Door Contact sensor is connected and the Door Open
Timeout Alarm is selected, an alarm is given.
Check the Door Contact sensor type: it must be NO/NC-type.
Check the setup value for BZ in [10. OUTPUT T/S] under the [F5] menu.
This problem can occur if the time schedule code is set to value between 01 and 10 and
the present time is within the time zone of the selected schedule.
If the wrong time schedule is selected, change it to “00” (this can be set by PC software).
Check the Tamper switch of the unit.
If the trouble persists after following the procedures above, contact a designated service center.
Please check the settings of the application software and the controller.
- Check if the COMM ID of the controller is registered on the application software.
- Set the different COMM ID when two or more controllers are installed.
- Check if the communication speed (57600bps is default) is the same as the setting on
the software.
- Make sure that the PC’s COM port is set correctly on the S/W.
Check the wiring for communication.
RS-232
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Product
PC
Product
RX
TX
GND
TX
RX
GND
RTX(-)
RTX(+)
Product
Product
RTX(-)
RTX(+)
RTX(-)
RTX(+)
RS-485 (Single)
RS-485/232
Converter
RTX(-)
RTX(+)
RS-485(Multi Drop)
RS-485/232
Converter
RTX(-)
RTX(+)
PC
The RS-232 cable
from the converter
PC
The RS-232 cable from
the Converter
3)
It is recommended to use termination resistors of 120 Ohm between the RTX (+) and RTX
(-) wires when you are using the RS-485 communication. Apply the RS-485 converter to
the same resistors.
Consult a service center or an electric technician if you are not sure how to do it.
4)
When a multi-drop communication doesn’t work, test the communication one by one in
order from the first one.
5)
If the trouble persists after following the procedures above, contact a designated service center.
product specifications
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Item
User
SSA-S3010
SSA-S3020
SSA-S3040
Total Users
10,000 / 20,000 Users (Selectable)
Fingerprint Users
1,000
2,000
4,000
Fingerprint Templates Size
800 Bytes for 2 fingerprint Templates
Event Buffer
20,000 / 10,000 Event Buffers (Selectable)
Power / Current
DC 12V 540mA
Reader Port
1ea: 26bit Wiegand, 8bit Burst for PIN for
Anti-Pass-Back
Reading Time (Card)
30ms
Verification Time
Less than 1sec.
Identification Time
Less than 2sec.
Door Open Time
00~99 Sec. (Default 3Sec.)
Communication
RS-232 / RS-485(Max 32CH), TCP/IP
Baud Rate(bps)
9,600/ 19,200 / 38,400 / 57,600(selectable)
Input Port
4ea : Exit Button, Door Sensor, Aux#1, Aux#2
SSA-S3011
SSA-S3021
SSA-S3041
1,000
2,000
4,000
DC 12V 560mA
1ea: 34bit Wiegand, 8bit Burst for PIN for
Anti-Pass-Back
2ea : 2 FORM-C Relay Output (COM, NO, NC) / DC12V~18V Rating Max.2A
Output Port
1ea : TTL Output / DC5V, Rating MAX.20mA
1ea: 26bit Wiegand Output Supported by
TTL Output
1ea : 34bit Wiegand Output Supported by
TTL Output
LED Indicator
3 LED Indicators (Red, Green and Yellow)
Beeper
Piezo Buzzer
LCD
Graphic LCD (128 x 64 dots), 72.5mm x 39.5mm (2.85” x 1.56”) View area
Keypad
24 key Numeric Keypad with Back Lighting (12 Function Key included)
LCD Display (Language)
English, Spanish, Portugal, Korean (Selectable)
Voice Output (Language)
English (Default)
Operating Temperature
0°C to +50°C
Operating Humidity
10% to 90% relative humidity non-condensing
Color / Material
Silver with Black / Polycarbonate
Dimension (W x H x D)
191.5 x 159.5 x 44.0 (mm)
Weight
760g
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Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This marking on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the product and its electronic accessories (e.g.
charger, headset, USB cable) should not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of their working life. To
prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate these
items from other types of waste and recycle them responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government office, for
details of where and how they can take these items for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract.
This product and its electronic accessories should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
Correct disposal of batteries in this product
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate battery return systems.)
This marking on the battery, manual or packaging indicates that the batteries in this product should not be disposed of
with other household waste at the end of their working life. Where marked, the chemical symbols Hg, Cd or Pb indicate
that the battery contains mercury, cadmium or lead above the reference levels in EC Directive 2006/66. If batteries are
not properly disposed of, these substances can cause harm to human health or the environment.
To protect natural resources and to promote material reuse, please separate batteries from other types of waste and
recycle them through your local, free battery return system.
AB82-02555A
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