Enforcer EAP-5D1Q Installation Manual

Enforcer EAP-5D1Q Installation Manual
Installation Manual
EAP-5D1Q (5A@12VDC, 2.5A@24VDC)
EAP-5D1MQ Same as EAP-5D1Q but PCB module only
Access Control Power Supply, Single Output
Field selectable – 12VDC or 24VDC output.
Operating voltage input 110~240 VAC.
Adjustable voltage range (11~15 VDC, 23~28 VDC) to
compensate for voltage drop.
AC input fuse rating 3.15 Amps (glass fuse).
DC output overload sensing with red LED indicator and
automatic shutdown during short-circuit.
ENCLOSURE: (EAP-5D1Q model only)
Heavy-duty steel case to protect the power connections.
Removable steel cover for easy access.
Ventilation holes to prevent heat build-up.
Enough room for two 7AH batteries (not included).
Battery leads included.
Dimensions: 121/8"x121/4"x39/16"(308x311x90 mm).
Knock-out on the cover for optional cam lock.
EAP-5D1Q Shown
What it is:
The ENFORCER Access Control Power Supply centralizes the power
sources for multiple 12 or 24 VDC-powered electronic locks or
accessories used in access control systems. The power input and
power output are enclosed in one heavy-duty, easy-to-install
enclosure. As a result, an ENFORCER Access Control Power Supply can
replace several separate individual power sources.
Note before installation:
The ENFORCER Power Supply is not waterproof or weatherproof.
Therefore, it must be mounted indoors where it will not be exposed to
rain or other moisture. Installation must be done by qualified personnel,
and should conform to local and all other applicable codes.
AC power failure supervision relay.
Battery failure supervision relay.
Selectable 2.2K-Ohm End-of-Line (EOL) resistor for AC
failure and battery failure supervision relays via DIP switch.
Selectable delay timer (5 sec., 5 min., 5 hours) for AC failure
supervision relay via DIP switch.
Board designed with LED overload indicator and automatic
shutdown for short-circuit protection.
Over-current fuse-protected AC input.
Built-in back-up battery charger (Batteries not included).
Automatically switch to back-up battery if AC fails.
Individual AC input and DC output LED status indicators.
Run wires from the access control devices and accessories to the
power supply. The enclosure has knock-outs on the side, top,
bottom, and rear panels for running cables. Punch out the
appropriate knock-outs. See Fig. 1.
Set the desired DC output voltage (12 or 24 VDC) of the power
supply using the DIP switch. See Fig. 3. The default voltage output
setting is 12VDC.
Temporarily connect the AC power (110~240 VAC) to the "AC
INPUT" terminal block of the power supply by following the
terminal labels (i.e. "A" for active wire, "E" for ground wire and "N"
for neutral wire). See Fig. 3.
IMPORTANT: A clamp core must be installed on the power cord.
Find a good location for the enclosure. The enclosure should be
mounted where it is out of sight and protected from moisture and
the weather, but where an authorized person can have access for
servicing it in the future.
NOTE: Make sure the space where the enclosure is to be
mounted has adequate ventilation. Otherwise, heat buildup inside
the enclosure could damage the electronic parts.
Locate the enclosure mounting holes. Using these holes as a
template, mark the location of the 4 screws on the wall with a
pencil. First screw in two 5/32" x 1" (4 x 26 mm) upper screws (not
included) until the gap between the wall and the screw head is
approximately 1/4" (6mm). Hang the enclosure on the two upper
screws using the enclosure's upper screw holes and adjust the
proper location of the enclosure. Screw in the two lower screws.
Then securely fasten the upper and lower screws.
NOTE: For concrete walls, first drill four holes on the concrete wall
in the location of the screws. Then insert a "plastic anchor" (not
included) in each of the holes first before fastening the screws.
Clamp core
Power cord
When AC power is connected, the green AC power indicator LED
and the red DC output indicator LED should be lit to indicate the
power supply is working properly.
Check the output voltage reading of the power supply's DC output
terminal block marked "- DC+" to make sure it is within the
normal range. See Fig. 3. The default output voltage of the power
supply should be about 12.6VDC at no load when set at 12VDC,
and about 25VDC at no load when set at 24VDC. After checking,
disconnect the AC input power.
Connect the power input wires of the access control devices or
accessories to the power supply's DC output terminal block. See
Note: Products with model number that ends with "Q" or have a green “Q” sticker represents RoHS compliant products.
Access Control Power Supply Installation Manual
FIG. 1 — Enclosure Knock-outs
Knock-out for
optional cam lock
Cable & Power
Once the desired DC output voltage is achieved, connect all wire pairs to
their respective devices.
Connect a visual or audio indicator device (such as siren or strobe light)
to the AC-failure and battery-failure / low battery supervision relays if
needed. See Fig. 3. Use between 22AWG to 18AWG wire size.
Programmable Features:
A. AC-failure Relay Output Delay Timer — Programmable AC-failure
relay delay timer at 5 sec., 5 min. or 5 hr. using the DIP switch. See
Fig. 3. Default setting is at 5 sec.
B. 2.2K Ohm End-of-Line (EOL) resistor — End-of-line 2.2K Ohm resistor
for AC-failure relay and battery-failure / low battery supervision relays
can be activated independently using the DIP switch. See Fig. 3.
a. Maximum total current connected to the power supply terminal must not
exceed the power supply's total current capacity .
b. Be sure to check the output voltage reading of the power supply as
stated in point 3 above, and double check the specified operating
voltage of each device before connecting it to the power supply to
avoid potential damage.
c. Use minimum 18-gauge wires to minimize voltage drop. The thinner
the wire the greater the voltage drop.
C. Battery presence and low battery monitor — When the LB MODE DIP
switches are in the ON position, the power supply will monitor the
battery to verify if it has sufficient voltage to run the power supply in
case of AC power failure. It can take up to 5 minutes to alert you of a
battery failure. The length of time the system will run will be limited by
the overall capacity and the age of the batteries and the amount of
load being drawn off the power supply.
Reconnect the AC power and check the DC output voltage reading at the
end of the wire pairs where it is to be connected to the devices. If the
output voltage reading falls below the minimum voltage requirement of
the devices, use a small screwdriver to carefully turn the potentiometer
marked "VR1" located on the PCB. Turn clockwise to increase the
voltage and counterclockwise to decrease the voltage. See Fig. 3.
10. Connect the back up battery to the back-up battery terminal. See Fig. 2
and Fig. 3.
FIG. 2 — Back-up Battery Configuration.
NOTE: Do not adjust the potentiometer unless absolutely necessary.
Adjusting the potentiometer will alter the default factory setting.
12 VDC
Battery presence
and low battery
monitor DIP switch
DC output LED
status indicator*
DC output
terminal block
AC failure Supervision
Relay Output to Audio/
Visual warning device
End-of Line (EOL)
2.2K Ohm resistor
DIP switch
Power Supply
OFF 1 2
5s ON ON
Power Supply
1 2
AC failure delay
timer DIP switch
Battery failure & low
battery Supervision
Relay Output to Audio/
Visual warning device
VR1 rotary knob for DC
output voltage range
ON 24V
If an output short-circuit occurs, the
mainboard will automatically shut the
output down and the red LED will turn
off. When the short-circuit is removed,
the mainboard will automatically come
back on line.
12 VDC
battery terminal
If an overloading occurs such as when
the total current connected to the power
supply exceeds the power supply's total
current capacity, the mainboard's voltage
output will start to drop. The voltage drop
will depend on the extent of the overload.
The greater the overload the bigger the
output voltage drop. If the overloading is
extensive, the voltage output will become
intermittent and the red LED will start
flashing. When the overload is removed,
the mainboard will automatically restart
normal output.
Parts List
2 x Screws for the enclosure door.
2 x Plastic cable clamp (for power
cord and cable management)
1 x Plastic snap bushing
3 x Wires for back-up battery
(red, black, white)
1 x Spare glass fuse (for AC input)
1 x Spare automotive type fuse
(for back-up battery input)
1 x Clamp core (for power cord)
11. Close the steel door of the enclosure and secure it with either the
provided machine screws or an optional cam lock.
* Built-in output overload protection:
12 VDC
Adjusting the potentiometer affects the voltage output of all the wire
pairs. Using an output voltage in excess of the specified voltage
level of the electronic device may cause damage.
FIG. 3 — Connection Diagram.
24 VDC
12 VDC
DIP switch for 12 or 24
VDC output selection
110~240 VAC
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