VOICE ONLY CELLULAR SYSTEM

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VOICE ONLY CELLULAR SYSTEM

DoorKing Part Number

1801-080

The VOICE ONLY Cellular System operates on DoorKing’s cellular network that is hosted on the AT&T 4G LTE network where available. This system provides voice communication ONLY (phone line) to specific DoorKing 1800 series telephone entry systems. There is NO programming

(data) service with this system. If VOICE and DATA are required, then the VOICE and DATA cellular system should be used (P/N 1800-080 sold separately).

The VOICE ONLY Cellular System is designed to be used with specific DoorKing 1800 series telephone entry systems:

- 1802, 1803, 1808, and 1810 Standard entry systems using circuit board 1862-010.

- 1812 Classic entry system using circuit board 1871-010.

- 1812 Plus entry system using circuit board 1971-010.

The Voice ONLY cellular system MUST be wired to the entry system’s phone line (voice).

The Voice Only cellular system will work with TWO 1800 entry systems connected to it. These are designated as System A and System B.

Prior to Installation:

An existing AT&T operated cellular phone will be needed to test the signal strength of the AT&T cellular network in the desired installation location.

AT&T network

Analog modems DO NOT work on a cellular network.

Before the cellular system can be installed, the installation location MUST have good cellular signal strength for reliable

Signal

Strength communication. This location needs to be tested using an existing active AT&T cellular network phone. Activate the phone near the position where you want the plastic enclosure to be installed. 3-4 bars of signal strength should be indicated on the phone for a reliable signal. If 3-4 bars are not achievable in that specific location, then try moving the phone around and see if at least 3-4 bars can be achieved and maintained in a nearby location. DO NOT install the enclosure in a

WEAK or NO signal area. Generally, the higher the enclosure is mounted, the better the reception. This also helps protect against vandalism. The enclosure should be located to minimize the wire runs to “SYSTEM A” 1800 telephone entry system. Keep the wire run between the two devices as short as possible, maximum 100 feet. This allows less chance for lightning surges or other electrical interference to disrupt the cellular signal.

Keep the enclosure away from any metal. This can also disrupt the signal. After the 3-4 bar signal strength has been confirmed the installation can begin.

Installation Steps:

Page 2: 1.

Install and wire cellular system to 1800(s).

Page 3: 2.

Power up cellular system.

Page 3: 3.

Register cellular system (and 1800(s)) online, this can be done before or after cellular system has been installed.

Page 3: 4.

Test cellular system.

Page 4: 5.

Troubleshoot cellular system if necessary.

Note: Installation steps assume that a good cellular signal has been tested at installation location and the 1800 system(s) has already been setup and functioning including the master code and multiple system programming if 2

1800s are being used.

Cellular

System

SYSTEM A

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Wiring

DoorKing Part Number

1801-080

DKS Cellular Server

hosted by AT&T cellular network with

DKS Online Registration Completed

1801-010

16VAC

16VAC

E GND

18 AWG Min.

Power Wire

Removable

Antenna

Cellular

Module

Circuit Board

A

B

SIM ID: XXXXX

POWER

OFF ON

Cellular

Power

Switch

PH LINE

PH LINE

PH LINE

PH LINE

Earth

Ground

Power

Icon

Battery

Icon

GREEN - Good Signal

YELLOW - Poor Signal

RED - No Signal

Signal Strength Bars

Choose Terminal Connection

Twisted Pair Phone

Line MUST be used.

for “SYSTEM A” 1800

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8

5

6

9

4

1 - Phone In (Negative-Ring)

2 - Phone In (Positive-Tip)

3 - Ground

Power Supply

- The supplied power transformer can be used to power the cellular

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12

Plus and

Classic

Removable

Terminal system AND a DoorKing telephone entry system.

If the phone entry system is already being powered by a 16.5 VAC, 20 VA transformer, replace it with the 16.5 VAC, 40 VA transformer that is supplied to power both devices.

The cellular system can also be powered directly from the 16.5VAC, 40 VA transformer if desired.

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14

15

16

17 - 16.5 VAC Input Power

18 - 16.5 VAC Input Power

The EARTH GROUND must be connected to a proper ground close by (ground rod, cold water pipe in the ground, existing electrical ground (dashed lines), etc.).

16.5VAC

40 VA

ONLY

Power wire polarity does not matter.

Standard Entry System

Terminal

RING TIP

PHONE CGND PSW MICG MIC SPKR COM BAT C NC NO 16AC 16AC

Voice ONLY Cellular System

Twisted Pair Phone

Line MUST be used.

Ground

18 AWG Min. Power Wire

16.5VAC

40 VA

ONLY

Power wire polarity does not matter.

Choose Terminal Connection for “SYSTEM B” 1800

Optional

1 - Phone In (Negative-Ring)

2 - Phone In (Positive-Tip)

Twisted Pair

Phone Line

MUST be used.

16.5VAC

20 VA

Existing

Power

Plus and

Classic

Removable

Terminal

TWO Entry Systems - The Voice ONLY cellular system can supply telephone service for TWO

1800s designated as System A and System B.

The telephone line is SHARED with both 1800s.

Each 1800 MUST be programmed for Multiple

Systems, see specific 1800 Installation/Owner’s instruction manual for more information.

Standard Entry System

Terminal

RING TIP

PHONE CGND PSW MICG MIC SPKR COM BAT C NC NO 16AC 16AC

16.5VAC

20 VA

Existing

Power

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Installation

Mounting

Bracket and

Hardware

Wire Run

DoorKing Part Number

1801-080

Cellular System Information

Powering Up Cellular System - The Voice ONLY cellular system will NOT function until

online registration has been successfully completed on DoorKing’s Cellular website.

Within 1 minute of powering up the cellular module, the module lights should turn on. If they don’t, check that the cellular power switch is turned ON. Signal strength Bars should be lit GREEN indicating good cell reception. YELLOW bars indicates poor reception but may still work. RED bars indicates no reception. The cellular module’s lithium battery needs time to charge. Allow at least ½ hour of charging time before using system.

Program the assigned phone number (from DKS cellular registration) into the 1800 entry system to make a test call.

Adjusting 1800 Entry System - When making a test call from the 1800 telephone entry system , adjust the microphone, speaker and feedback on the entry system, See specific

1800 Installation/Owner’s instruction manual for more information.

Using Two 1800 Entry Systems - Each 1800 must be programmed for MULTIPLE

SYSTEMS. see specific 1800 Installation/Owner’s instruction manual for information to program each 1800.

TWO 1800 Entry Systems Master Codes - Each 1800 entry system’s Master Code must be DIFFERENT. The DKS cellular server identifies each 1800 by its unique master code.

This allows separate programming for each 1800.

Battery Back-Up - The cellular module contains a lithium battery which will ONLY power the cellular “Voice” system during a power outage for approximately two hour depending on usage. The 1800 and the cellular system’s “1801-010 Circuit Board” MUST also have a back-up battery installed to operate during a power outage. DoorKing recommends using a DKS Model 1000 power inverter for full system backup.

Battery Replacement for the Cellular Module - The lithium battery is located inside the cellular module. The circuit board must be removed and the cellular module from the board to gain access to the battery door on back of the module.

Wire Run

The plastic enclosure comes with mounting brackets and hardware to mount on enclosure. Mount enclosure on surface using appropriate hardware (not included). IT IS NOT RECOMMENDED DRILLING

HOLES IN THE PLASTIC ENCLOSURE! If holes must be drilled, remove the circuit board before drilling and be sure that mounting bolts/screws do not touch the back of the circuit board. Holes must be sealed to prevent water intrusion.

Online Registration MUST be Completed

DKS Cellular requires a SEPARATE registration from the DKS IM Server. If a customer already has an IM Server account and wants to add a DKS Cellular system, this will require a SEPARATE User ID and Registration.

• DKS IM Server includes: IM Server Modem and IM Server Client.

• DKS Cellular includes: Cellular Phone and Data Transfer.

Before registering a cellular system on DoorKing’s Cellular Server you will need:

SIM ID number located on the cellular module (number is unique for each cellular module).

• Master Code of System A.

• Master Code of System B if connected, MUST be a different master code than System A.

OPTION 1. Go to DKS cellular website: https://dksdb.dksoftware.com/NewUserRegChoice.aspx to register, follow instructions on website.

OPTION 2. Online registration is directly offered when installing the DoorKing Remote Management Software version 6.3.g or later on YOUR internet connected PC.

Create an account and select the Voice ONLY account from the options.

Voice Only (Only service available for Voice ONLY cellular system)

Voice and Data (not applicable)

Data Only (not applicable)

a local cellular phone number will be assigned to that cellular device.

Register the 1800 systems (Master Codes) to the account. The FIRST 1800 master code entered will be identified as System A. If a second 1800 master code is entered, it will be identified as System B.

Testing

Final Testing after the Cellular System has been Registered - All systems should be tested and final adjustments done.

Connect a telephone butt set to the cellular system circuit board Phone Line and make sure the line is active and that phone calls may be made and received.

If the phone line is not active, something went wrong during the registration which must be corrected. If still having problems, call DoorKing tech support. Attach a label to the inside of the cellular enclosure listing the local phone number that was assigned during registration.

SYSTEM A

RS 232

PH LINE

PH LINE

DATA OUT

DATA IN

BUSY OUT

BUSY IN

GROUND

Voice Testing - Program a phone number into the memory of the 1800 using the 1800 keypad. Then call that programmed number on the 1800. Have the call recipient press “9” on their phone to open the door. Verify the 9 tone is detected (door will open). Adjust the feedback on 1800 as necessary. See specific 1800

Installation/Owner’s instruction manual for programming and adjustment information.

Note: Factory set Tone Open numbers: 9 tone activates Relay 1. 0 tone activates Relay 0. 5 tone activates Relay 2. For cellular, the preferred tone for Relay 2 is the 8 tone.

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Troubleshooting

System Not working:

DoorKing Part Number

1801-080

Are the lights on the cellular module ON? If not, make sure cellular power switch on cellular module is ON.

Is the circuit board power LED ON? If not, check the 16.5VAC power transformer wires.

Poor cellular reception. Look for cellular module “Signal Strength Bars” to be GREEN. If bars are YELLOW or RED, poor or no reception is occurring.

Registration is not complete OR DATA ONLY has been selected. Service suspended because of past due bill. Contact DoorKing for support.

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