User’s Manual
Access Controller
Table of Contents
1. Important Safety Instructions.............................................................................................5
2. General .................................................................................................................................5
3. Features ...............................................................................................................................6
4. Specification ........................................................................................................................7
5. Identifying Supplied Parts ..................................................................................................7
6. Product Overview ................................................................................................................8
6.1. Functions .........................................................................................................................8
6.2. Board Layout ........................................................................................................................................... 9
6.3. Optional Accessories ......................................................................................................................... 11
6.3.1 LCD DISPLAY MODULE ........................................................................................... 11
6.3.2 KEYPAD .................................................................................................................... 11
7. Installation Tips & Check Point ........................................................................................ 11
7.1 CHECK POINTS BEFORE INSTALLATION ................................................................... 11
7.1.1 SELECTION OF CABLE .......................................................................................... 11
7.1.2 RECOMMENDED CABLE TYPE AND PERMISSIBLE LENGTH OF CABLE .........12
7.2 CHECK POINT DURING INSTALLATION .......................................................................13
7.2.1 TERMINATION RESISTOR ......................................................................................13
7.2.2 HOW TO CONNECT TERMINATION RESISTORS .................................................13
7.2.3 GROUNDING SYSTEM FOR COMMUNICATION CABLE ......................................14
7.2.4 REVERSE DIODE CONNECTION ...........................................................................15
8. Installation of the Product ................................................................................................16
8.1 DIMENSION .....................................................................................................................16
8.2 BACKUP BATTERY JUMPER ........................................................................................16
8.3 SYSTEM INITIALIZATION (Extra Reader Port) .............................................................17
8.4 WIRING............................................................................................................................18
8.4.1 POWER ....................................................................................................................18
8.4.2 INPUT CONNECTIONS............................................................................................18
8.4.3 OUTPUT CONNECTIONS ........................................................................................18
8.4.4 READER CONNECTIONS .......................................................................................19
8.4.5 OPTIONAL ACCESSORY CONNECTIONS .............................................................20
9. Communication .................................................................................................................20
9.1 RS232 COMMUNICATION PORT CONNECTION ..........................................................20
9.2 RS-422 COMMUNICATION PORT CONNECTION .........................................................21
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9.2.1 RS-422 CONNECTION (STAND ALONE) ................................................................21
9.2.2 RS-422 CONNECTION (MULTIPLE iCON100 CONNECTIONS) ............................22
9.3 DIAL UP MODEM ............................................................................................................23
9.4 TCP/IP CONVERTER (EXTERNAL VERSION)...............................................................23
10. Basic Setting....................................................................................................................23
10.1 INITIALIZATION OF iCON100.......................................................................................23
10.2 HOW TO ENTER THE SETUP MENU ...........................................................................24
10.3 DATE AND TIME SETTING ...........................................................................................24
10.4 ID COUNT SETTING .....................................................................................................24
10.5 ID REGISTRATION ........................................................................................................25
11. Operation..........................................................................................................................27
11.1 NORMAL OPERATION..................................................................................................27
11.2 DEFAULT SETTING ......................................................................................................28
12. Setting Changes ..............................................................................................................28
12.1 SETUP MENU F1 ..........................................................................................................29
12.1.1 READER#1 MODE SETTING.................................................................................30
12.1.2 READER#2 MODE SETTING.................................................................................31
12.1.3 TIME SETTING .......................................................................................................31
12.1.4 ANTI-PASS-BACK MODE SETTING .....................................................................32
12.1.5 COMMUNICATION ID (ADDRESS) DISPLAY .......................................................32
12.1.6 BAUD RATE SETTING ..........................................................................................32
12.1.7 EVENT CLEAR.......................................................................................................33
12.1.8 MASTER ID CHANGE............................................................................................33
12.1.9 SYSTEM INITIALIZE ..............................................................................................33
12.1.10 CARD ID CLEAR ..................................................................................................34
12.1.11 TIME SCHEDULE CLEAR....................................................................................34
12.1.12 KEYPAD INPUT SETTING ...................................................................................34
12.1.13 EVENT MEMORY SETTING .................................................................................34
12.1.14 DURESS MODE SETTING ...................................................................................35
12.2 SETUP MENU F2 ..........................................................................................................36
12.2.1 REGISTERING AND CHANGING TIME SCHEDULE ............................................37
12.2.2 REGISTERING AND CHANGING HOLIDAY TIME SCHEDULE ...........................38
12.2.3 DEFINING OUTPUTS IN COMPLIANCE WITH INPUTS .......................................39
12.2.4 HOLIDAY INDEX SETTING ....................................................................................40
12.2.5 READER TIME SCHEDULE SETTING ..................................................................40
12.2.6 OUTPUT TIME UNIT SETTING ..............................................................................40
12.2.7 DATA BYTE TYPE SETTING (iCON100SR FUNCTION) .......................................41
12.3 SETUP MENU F3 ..........................................................................................................41
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12.3.1 CARD REGISTRATION ..........................................................................................42
12.3.2 ID DELETE .............................................................................................................43
12.3.3 ID LIST....................................................................................................................44
12.3.4 REGISTERED READ INPUT EVENT .....................................................................45
12.3.5 ID COUNT...............................................................................................................45
12.4 SETUP MENU F4 ..........................................................................................................46
12.4.1 VERSION CHECK ..................................................................................................46
12.4.2 SRAM TEST ...........................................................................................................47
12.4.3 OUTPUTS TEST .....................................................................................................47
12.4.4 LCD TEST ..............................................................................................................48
12.4.5 KEYPAD TEST .......................................................................................................48
12.4.6 READER TEST .......................................................................................................48
12.4.7 INPUT AND DIP SWITCH TEST ............................................................................48
12.4.8 COMMUNICATION TEST .......................................................................................49
13. APPENDIX ........................................................................................................................50
14. FCC Registration Information ........................................................................................56
15. Warranty Policy and Limitation of Liability ...................................................................57
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1. Important Safety Instructions
When using Fingerprint, Proximity, Time & Attendance Access Controller, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, and injury to persons. In
addition, the following safety guides should also be followed:
1. Fully read and understand all instructions and follow them completely.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
3. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
If necessary, use mild soap.
4. Do not use this product near water.
5.Only operate this product using the type of power source indicated. If you are not sure of the type
of power supplied to your installation site, consult your dealer of local power company.
6. Never insert objects of any kind into the product or through the cabinet slots as they may touch
voltage points and/or short circuit parts possibly resulting in fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
7. Never disassemble this product by yourself; take the unit to a qualified service center
whenever service or repair is required. Opening or removing the covers may expose you to
dangerous voltages or other risks. Also, incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock when the
unit is subsequently used.
8. Unplug this product from the Direct Current (DC) power source and refer to qualified service
personnel under these conditions:
a. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
b. If liquid has been spilled on the product.
c. If the product does not operate normally after following the operating instructions in this
Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions in this manual.
Improper adjustment of other controls that are not covered by this manual may damage the
unit and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore normal operation.
d. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
2. General
The Star iCON100 (IDTECK iCON100SR) is an intelligent 1 Door Access Controller designed to
meet the market requirements for a simple and cost effective access controller. It is designed to
achieve low cost as well as high security, convenience, and reliability. This user friendly device
allows you to register 500~10,000 User ID numbers, and it can keep 2,500~7,250 events in its
memory. 2 reader ports can be connected with Proximity Readers or Proximity + PIN Readers.
Independent 5 input ports can be connected with various devices such as Exit Buttons, Door
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Contact Sensors, PIR Sensors, Window Breakage Sensors and Fire Sensors to strengthen security.
Optional Keypad and LCD Display module can be used to setup functions manually and
programming inputs and outputs. Using RS232 or RS422 communication, a network system can be
set up, consolidating up to 32 units. All setting values including ID numbers, Inputs/Outputs, Real
Time Clock, Time Schedules and all Event Transaction Reports can be downloaded /uploaded
from/to the host computer with software supporting a variety of reporting formats.
The Star iCON100 can be installed and managed inside the security zone to prevent any thief.
Experience a high level security access control system with Star iCON100 (IDTECK iCON100SR).
3. Features
- Single Door Access Controller Panel
- Contactless Smart Card Intelligent Single Door Access Controller Panel (IDTECK iCON100SR)
- Dynamic Control of Memory up to 10,000 Users / 7,250 Event Buffers
- Standalone / Network Communication via RS232 / RS422 / RS485 (Max.32ch),
TCP/IP (Internal LAN Module Required)
- Independent 5 Inputs and 4 Outputs Including 2 Form-C Relay Outputs
- Reader Port for Anti-Pass-Back Function: iCON100 - 2ea (26bit Wiegand, 4 / 8bit Burst for PIN)
iCON100SR - 2ea (26bit Wiegand, 4 / 8bit Burst for PIN)
iCON100M - 2ea (ABA Track II)
- Remain ID & Event Data and Setting Value in case of Electric Outage
- Optional LCD Display and Keypad Connectable to Control for Standalone Operation, Manual Setting
- Duress Mode
- Alarm Event Monitoring using Tamper Switch (by Software)
- Communication Status via LED Indicator
- Options:
LCD Display, Keypad
* Comparison Table
iCON100
26bit Wiegand, 4 / 8 bit Burst for PIN
iCON100SR
34bit Wiegand, 4 / 8 bit Burst for PIN
iCON100M
ABA Track II
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4. Specification
Model
iCON100
iCON100M
CPU
8bit Microprocessor
64Kbyte ROM
Memory
128Kbyte SRAM (Battery back up)
Users and Event Buffers Defined Available
User
500 ~ 10,000 Users
Event Buffer
2,500 ~ 7,250 Event Buffers
Power / Current
DC 12V / Max.350mA
2ea (26bit Wiegand,
2ea
Reader Port
4/8bit Burst for PIN)
(ABA Track II)
RS232 / RS422 / RS485 (Max.32ch)
Communication
TCP/IP (Internal LAN Module Required)
Baud Rate
9600bps (Default) /
4800bps, 19200bps and 38400bps (Selectable)
Input Port
5ea (Exit Button, Door Contact, AUX#1, AUX#2, AUX#3)
2ea (FORM-C Relay Output (COM, NO, NC) /
DC12V~18V, Rating Max.2A)
Output Port
2ea (TTL Output / DC5V, Rating Max.20mA)
LED Indicator
5 LED Indicators (Red, Green and Yellow)
Beeper
Piezo Buzzer
LCD
0° to +50°C (+32° to +122°F)
Operating
Temperature
Controller
0° to +65°C (+32° to +149°F)
Operating Humidity
10% to 90% relative humidity non-condensing
Weight /
170g (0.38lbs) /
Dimension (W x H x T)
137mm x 137mm x 18mm (5.4” x 5.4” x 0.75”)
Certification
FCC, CE
Options (Manual Setting available for Standalone Operation)
Character LCD (2 Lines x 16 Char) /
LCD
65.6 mm x 13.8 mm (65.5” x 0.55”) Screen
Keypad
16 Key Numeric Keypad / Membrane
Program Memory
Data Memory
5. Identifying Supplied Parts
Please unpack and check the contents of the box.
(Optional accessories, if purchased, may be included in the package)
Main Unit
( 1ea )
User’s Manual
( 1copy )
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Diode
( 2ea )
6. Product Overview
6.1. Functions
Stand-Alone Operation
The STAR iCON100 is capable of having 2 readers (1 Door Control). The unit receives card
ID numbers from the proximity readers and determines whether or not to unlock the door.
When an input signal is entered, for example from a sensor activated or an exit button
pressed, the controller generates and logs an appropriate response by input signals. All
events are stored into the memory buffers and sent to the host computer. The access
controller is a true stand-alone device that, in the event of malfunction, will not affect to other
units when used in conjunction with one another.Operation with Host Computer
All event transactions can be managed via the host computer. The data transmitted from the
controller can be displayed and stored on the host PC.
Data Backup
The controller retains all user information and event data for 30 days, even in the event of
power failure.
CAUTION: Battery Jumper must be set correctly before the unit running.
(See the INSTALLATION section)
Keypad
If the STAR iCON100 is not connected to host PC, the integrated keypad and LCD display
module can also be used for the entire programming process manually.
Anti-Pass-Back
Using an additional proximity reader for exiting, the Anti-Pass-Back mode can be set. Antipass-back mode prevents any entry or exit when the registered user did not properly followed
one entry and one exit by the Anti-pass-back rule. APB only allowed exit for the user once got
into the door first and it doesn’t allow any user trying twice entry or twice exit.
Input / Output
The STAR iCON100 has built-in 5 inputs and 4 outputs (2 relay outputs and 2 TTL outputs)
which can be used to manipulate a wide variety of controls.
Time Schedule Setup
You can program 10 time schedules and apply one time schedule to each user. Each time
schedule has 8 different time zones from Monday to Sunday (7 time zones) and one holiday.
Each time zone has 5 different time codes so you can program 5 different time codes to each
day. Also you can program time schedule for individual inputs and outputs. Note that the time
schedule for input is activated time code for input device so that the input is activated during
the time code on this time schedule. Each time schedule is linked to one of holiday schedule
and this linked holiday only validates to holiday time code of the time schedule.
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Holiday Schedule Setup
Excepting Sunday, you can program 32 holidays to one holiday schedule. Each holiday
schedule is linked to one time schedule which has time code for holidays. So you can
program all holidays to holiday schedule and the time code for holidays is programmed to
holiday time zone of time schedule.
Example: A. Holiday schedule 01 linked to time schedule 01,
Holiday schedule 02 linked to time schedule 02
B. Holiday schedule 02 linked to time schedule 01,
Holiday schedule 01 linked to time schedule 03
Forced Door Open Alarm
When door is opened by force, door contact sensor is activated then forced door open alarm
will be generated until the door is closed. For this application, you have to install door contact
sensor to the door and you have to properly set door contact time and outputs to alarm
devices.
Duress Alarm
In case of duress, enter the 2 digits Duress Password and <ENT> key before the normal
access process then door will be opened as normal but the duress alarm is also generated at
the same time and the duress alarm output will be activated to TTL output and alarm event
will be sent to the host PC.
6.2. Board Layout
Figure: Star iCON100 Control Board Layout
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DIP S/W (BOARD ID S/W, Initialize S/W)
This BOARD ID S/W(Pin 1 ~ 5) is for communication ID setting of iCON100 control board.
This Initialize S/W(Pin 8) is to initialize and erase all user data from the memory.
+12V and GND (Main Power)
This is main power connection of control board and iCON100 is working at DC12V,
max. 350mA current. (Excluding lock current)
TTL #1 ~ TTL #2
These are 2 TTL output ports at DC5V TTL level, max. 20mA current.
The normal logical state of TTL output is Low (DC 0V) and activates to High (DC 5V).
Relay #1 ~ Relay #2
These are 2 FORM-C(COM, NO, NC) relay outputs at DC12V, max. 2A current.
RS-232 Serial Communication Port
This is RS232 communication port for connecting this board directly to PC.
RS-422 Serial Communication Port
This is RS422 communication port for connecting multiple boards up to 256 units to PC.
You need RS422/RS232 converter for connecting RS422 port to PC.
Keypad
This is optional keypad port and it can be used with optional LCD display module for manual
setup.
LCD Display
This is optional LCD Display port and it can be used with optional keypad for manual setup.
Jumper
This is Battery Connection Jumper and you have to make short circuit of this jumper before
you use iCON100 control board as this jumper is the connection of backup battery to the
internal memory devices.
Reader #1 ~ Reader #2
These are 2 proximity reader ports and each reader port supplies DC12V to the proximity
reader and receives 26bit (iCON100SR: 34bit) Wiegand output from the reader.
If you connect PINPAD Reader then you have to make sure that the PINPAD Reader has 8bit
burst output through Wiegand output.
Input #1 ~ Input #5
These are 5 Input Ports.
RL #1 ~ #2:
These are ports to be connected to control signal line of buzzer or LED of reader connected
to the controller. They give signal of relay #1 or relay #2 operation status on the purpose that
the reader indicate the relay operation status via LED and buzzer.
Buzzer
This is internal Buzzer and it makes beep sounds when you press the keypad from the
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optional keypad so you can confirm how many keys are pressed
Reader1 Jumper(Reader #2 Jumper):
This is not for user or installer operation.
LED #1 ~ LED #2
These 2 LEDs Indicate the communication status. LED #1 is RX status and it blinks when the
data is receiving from the PC. LED #2 is TX status and it blinks when the data is transmitting
to the PC
LED #3
This red color LED is power indicator and it always on when the control board powered on.
LED #4 ~ LED #5
These 2 LEDs indicate Relay output status. Each LED is on when the corresponding output is
activated, LED #4 is for Relay #1, LED #5 is for Relay #2.
6.3. Optional Accessories
6.3.1 LCD DISPLAY MODULE
You can connect optional LCD display module to iCON100 main control board and you can
use LCD display module with optional keypad when you setup all functions to iCON100
manually.
6.3.2 KEYPAD
You can connect optional Keypad to iCON100 main control board and you can use keypad
with LCD display module when you setup all functions to iCON100 manually.
7. Installation Tips & Check Point
Installing the Star iCON100 is an easy task. It can be installed with common hand tools and readily
available communications wires. This section provides information about wiring, wire runs and other
information to make the installation quick and easy.
7.1 CHECK POINTS BEFORE INSTALLATION
7.1.1 SELECTION OF CABLE
System installation cabling will be configured as follow.
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Figure: System Installation Layout
7.1.2 RECOMMENDED CABLE TYPE AND PERMISSIBLE LENGTH OF CABLE
Reference
Description
Cable Specification
Maximum
Distance
①
Power (DC12V)
DC Power -> iCON100
iCON100 -> Reader
Belden #9409, 18 AWG
2 conductor, unshielded
30m
Belden #9512, 22 AWG
4 conductor, shielded
②*
Reader (Data)
Reader -> iCON100
③
Door Contact
Exit Button
Sensor Input
Input -> iCON100
Belden #9512, 22 AWG
4 conductor, shielded
④
Door Lock, Alarm Device
Lock (Alarm) -> iCON100
Belden #9409, 18AWG
2 conductor, unshielded
Belden #9514, 22 AWG
8 conductor, shielded
Belden #9514, 22 AWG
8 conductor, shielded
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100m
300m
300m
⑤
⑥
*:
RS232 Cable
Converter -> Host P.C.
Belden #9829, 24 AWG
2-twisted pair, shielded
RS485 Cable
iCON100 -> iCON100
iCON100 -> Converter
Belden #9829, 24 AWG
2-twisted pair, shielded
RS422 Cable
iCON100 -> iCON100
iCON100 -> Converter
Belden #9830, 24 AWG
3-twisted pair, shielded
15m
1,200m
Need thicker wire if you connect the reader with high current consumption.
7.2 CHECK POINT DURING INSTALLATION
7.2.1 TERMINATION RESISTOR
Termination resistors are used to match impedance of the network to the impedance of the
transmission line being used. When impedance is mismatched, the transmitted signal is not
completely absorbed by the receiver and a portion of signal is reflected back into the
transmission line.
The decision whether or not to use termination resistors should be based on the cable length
and data rate used by the communication system.
For example, if you use 9,600 baud rate and 1,200m length of cable, the propagation velocity
of cable is 0.66 x speed of light (This value is specified by the cable manufacturer), if we
assume the reflections will damp out in three round trip up and down the cable length, the
transmitted signal will stabilize 18.6us after the leading edge of a bit. Since the data bit is
captured in the middle of the bit which is approximately 52us after the leading edge of a bit.
The reflection stabilizing time 18.6us is much before the center of the bit therefore the
termination resistors are not required.
However, if you install the cable to maximum length, the impedance of cable and network is
mismatched and the transmitted signal is overlapped by the reflected signal. In this case, it is
recommended to add termination resistors to the end of the receiver lines. A 120Ω resistor
can be used for termination resistor in parallel between the receiver lines “A” and “B” for 2
wires RS485 system or “RX+” and “RX-” for 4 wires RS422 system. A termination resistor of
less than 90Ω should not be used and no more than 2 terminations should be used in one
networking system.
7.2.2 HOW TO CONNECT TERMINATION RESISTORS
Figure: Termination resistors for 2 wire RS485 communication system
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Figure: Termination resistors for 4 wire RS422 communication system
7.2.3 GROUNDING SYSTEM FOR COMMUNICATION CABLE
We recommend to using proper grounding system on the communication cable. The best
method for grounding system is to put the shield wire of the communication cable to the 1st
class earth grounding; however it is not so easy to bring the earth ground to the
communication cable and also the installation cost is raised.
There will be three grounding point where you can find during installation;
1) Earth Ground
2) Chassis Ground
3) Power Ground
The most important point for grounding system is not to connect both ends of shield wires to
the grounding system; in this case there will be a current flow through the shield wire when the
voltage level of both ends of shield wire is not equal and this current flow will create noise and
interfere to communications.
For the good grounding, we recommend to connecting ONLY one end of shield wire of
communication cable to grounding system; If you find earth ground nearby, then connect one
end of shield wire to earth ground; If you do not have earth ground nearby, then find chassis
ground and connect one end of shield wire to chassis ground; If you do not find both earth
ground and chassis ground, then connect one end of shield wire to power ground. (GND of
iCON100)
Note that if the chassis ground is not properly connected to the earth and floated from the
ground level, then grounding to the chassis ground will give the worst communication; in this
case we recommend to using power ground instead of chassis ground.
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Figure: Grounding system
7.2.4 REVERSE DIODE CONNECTION
If you connect an inductor (Door Locks or Alarm device) to the output relays, there will be a
high surge voltage created while the inductor is turning on and off. If you do not connect
reverse diode, the surge voltage will transfer and damage to the electronic circuit of the
controller. It is strongly recommended to add a reverse diode between the inductor coils to
absorb this surge voltage.
Figure: Reverse Diode connection
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8. Installation of the Product
8.1 DIMENSION
Unit: inch (mm)
)
4
3
(
4
.
1
)
7
3
1
(
4
.
5
3.1(77)
5.4(137)
iCON100 DIMENSION
LCD MODULE DIMENSION
)
7
7
(
1
.
3
7.9(200)
3.1(77)
KEYPAD DIMENSION
8.2 BACKUP BATTERY JUMPER
The Star iCON100 has a jumper for the backup battery connection, which is left open circuit to
prevent any current consumption of backup battery (Figure: Jumper setting). Before the iCON100
operation, it needs to be connected so that the backup battery can retain the memory during
power failure.
SETTING A JUMPER
Before
After
Figure: JUMPER SETTING
Figure: Jumper location
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8.3 DIP SWITCH (BOARD ID)
There is 8bit DIP SW for address setting and it turns to 5bit binary code as below and each bit
has fixed address value, the address is calculated the sum value of each bit set to “1” position.
8.3 SYSTEM INITIALIZATION (Extra Reader Port)
You can initialize the unit, using the DIP switch. Toggle the switch 8 to 'off' and toggle it back to
'on' when the power is on. Then you will see a message showing the initialization is completed on
the LCD. Turn off power. The illustration below shows the process.
POWER ON
LCD display :
STAR ICON100 [F1]
MM/DD hh/mm/ss
You can initialize the unit, using
the DIP switch.
Toggle the switch No. 8 to 'off'
"Turn ON DIP.8"
"Turn OFF Power..."
On
Off
Turn ON DIP Switch No. 8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Figure. DIP switch
Turn off Power
System initialization completion
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8.4 WIRING
8.4.1 POWER
Connect (+) wire of DC 12V power to +12V terminal
Connect GND (-) wire of DC 12V power to GND terminal
8.4.2 INPUT CONNECTIONS
Exit Button Connection (Input #1)
- Connect one wire from an Exit Button to Input #1
- Connect the other wire from the Exit Button to the GND
Door Contact Sensor Connection (Input #2)
- Connect one wire from a Door Contact Sensor to Input #2
- Connect the other wire from the Door Contact Sensor to GND
Auxiliary Input Connection (Applied to Input #3, Input #4 and Input #5)
- Connect one wire from an Auxiliary Input Device to one of the Input #3, #4 and #5.
- Connect the other wire from the Auxiliary Input Device to GND
Figure: INPUT DEVICES CONNECTION
8.4.3 OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
Door Lock (Power Fail Safe) Connection (Relay #1)
- Connect COM port of Relay #1 to +12V
- Connect NC port of Relay #1 to (+) wire of door lock device
- Connect GND port to (-) wire of door lock devices
Door Lock (Power Fail Secure) Connection (Relay #1)
- Connect COM port of Relay #1 to +12V
- Connect NO port of Relay #1 to (+) wire of door lock device
- Connect GND port to (-) wire of door lock devices
Alarm Device Connection (Relay #2)
- Connect COM port of Relay #2 to +12V
- Connect NO port of Relay #2 to (+) wire of Alarm devices
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- Connect GND port to (-) wire of Alarm devices
Figure: DOOR LOCK, ALARM DEVICE CONNECTION
CAUTION: Please add one DIODE as shown above.
DIODE: Fast recovery DIODE (current: Min. 1A), 1N4001 ~ 1N4007 or similar
8.4.4 READER CONNECTIONS
Proximity Reader Connection
- Connect (+) wire of the Proximity Reader to +12V of Reader port
- Connect (-) wire of the Proximity Reader to GND of Reader port
- Connect Data-0 wire of the Proximity Reader to D0 of Reader Port
- Connect Data-1 wire of the Proximity Reader to D1 of Reader Port
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Compatible Readers:
iCON100: Standard 26bit Wiegand Format Proximity Readers
Standard 26bit Wiegand + 8bit Burst Format Proximity and Keypad Readers.
iCON100SR: Standard 34bit Wiegand Format Proximity Readers
Standard 34bit Wiegand + 8bit Burst Format Proximity and Keypad Readers.
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Recommended Readers:
For iCON100: RF-TINY, RF10, RF20, RF30, RF70, RF500, RFL200, RFK101
FGR006, FGR006EX, iP10, iP20, iP30, iPK101
For iCON100SR: SR10, SR20, SR30, SRK101, FGR006SR, FGR006SRB
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Figure: READER CONNECTION
8.4.5 OPTIONAL ACCESSORY CONNECTIONS
Keypad and LCD Display Connection
-
Connect the Keypad and LCD Display to the Keypad and LCD ports as shown on
below.
Keypad
LCD
9. Communication
9.1 RS232 COMMUNICATION PORT CONNECTION
A 9-pin connector (Serial communication connector, female) is required to connect the iCON100
to a host computer via RS232 communication. Please follow the instructions.
- Connect RS232-TX port of iCON100 to the pin #2(RX) of the 9-pin connector.
- Connect RS232-RX port of iCON100 to the pin #3(TX)of the 9-pin connector.
- Connect RS232-GND of iCON100 to the pin #5 of the 9-pin connector.
- Plug in the 9-pin connector to COM1 or COM2 Port of the host PC.
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- Install and run iCON100 Application Software.
Figure: RS232 COMMUNICATON
9.2 RS-422 COMMUNICATION PORT CONNECTION
9.2.1 RS-422 CONNECTION (STAND ALONE)
RS422/RS232 converter (CNP200) is required to use RS422 communication between the
iCON100 and a host computer. Please follow the instructions.
- Connect RS422-TX(+) of the iCON100 to RS422-RX(+) port of the converter.
- Connect RS422-TX(-) of the iCON100 to RS422-RX(-) port of the converter.
- Connect RS422-RX(+) of the iCON100 to RS422-TX(+) port of the converter.
- Connect RS422-RX(-) of the iCON100 to RS422-TX(-) port of the converter.
- Plug in the RS232 9-pin connector of the converter to the COM1 or COM2 Port of
the PC.
- Install and run iCON100 Application Software.
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to iCON100
to host PC
a. Between iCON100 and CNP200
b. RS 422 Port Connection
c. CNP200 Setting
Figure: RS422 Communication between iCON100 and Host Computer
9.2.2 RS-422 CONNECTION (MULTIPLE iCON100 CONNECTIONS)
RS422/RS232 converter is required to use RS422 communication between multiple
iCON100s and a host computer. Please follow the following instructions.
First, you have to connect all RS422 port of all iCON100s in parallel.
- Connect RS422-TX(+) of one iCON100 to RS422-TX(+) of another iCON100.
- Connect RS422-TX(-) of one iCON100 to RS422-TX(-) of another iCON100.
- Connect RS422-RX(+) of one iCON100 to RS422-RX(+) of another iCON100.
- Connect RS422-RX(-) of one iCON100 to RS422-RX(-) of another iCON100.
Second, you have to connect one of RS422 port of iCON100 to RS422/RS232 converter.
- Connect RS422-TX(+) of the one iCON100 to RX(+) port of the converter.
- Connect RS422-TX(-) of the one iCON100 to RX(-) port of the converter.
- Connect RS422-RX(+) of the one iCON100 to TX(+) port of the converter.
- Connect RS422-RX(-) of the one iCON100 to TX(-) port of the converter.
- Plug in the RS232 9-pin connector of the converter to the COM1 or COM2 Port of
the PC.
- Install and run iCON100 Application Software.
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Figure: RS422 Communication between iCON100s and Host Computer
9.3 DIAL UP MODEM
Please, see the Software manual.
9.4 TCP/IP CONVERTER (EXTERNAL VERSION)
Please, see the Software manual.
10. Basic Setting
Note !!! You have to connect optional LCD display and Keypad to iCON100 for the following
manual settings.
10.1 INITIALIZATION OF iCON100
After the all installation and connections are completed, put the power (+12V DC) to iCON100
then Toggle the switch 8 to 'off' and toggle it back to 'on'. The LCD will first display “System
Initializing…”. After the all Initialization process is completed then the LCD will display
“Initialize END Turn OFF Power..”. Turn the power off then turn on again for iCON100
running.
System
Initializing...
Initialize END
Turn OFF Power..
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10.2 HOW TO ENTER THE SETUP MENU
To setup or to change the iCON100 settings, you have to enter the SETUP MENU first. To do
so, press the 8 times <0> key for Master ID (Default setting “00000000”) and <ENT> key
from the optional Keypad then you can get into SETUP MENU. There are 4 main SETUP MENU
and you first get into [SETUP MENU F1]. You can move to other SETUP MENU by pressing
<F1> key for [SETUP MENU F1], <F2> key for [SETUP MENU F2], <F3> key for [SETUP
MENU F3] and <F4> key for [SETUP MENU F4]. There are several SUB MENU in the main
SETUP MENU and you can scroll up and down the SUB MENU by pressing <4> and <6> key in
the main SETUP MENU. If you don’t press any key for 60 seconds or if you press <ESC> key
then iCON100 will exit the SETUP MENU then return to normal operation. You can also change
the Master ID in the [SETUP MENU F1].
The Master ID for iCON100SR is 10 digits number (Default setting “0000000000”).
10.3 DATE AND TIME SETTING
Select [TIME SETTING] in the [SETUP MENU F1] and enter the Year / Month / Date / hour /
minute / second / Day (Total 15 digits) as shown below. LCD will display the new Date and Time
after the time setting completed but year and day will not be displayed. iCON100 has 24 hours
system and day codes are 1 for Sunday, 2 for Monday, 3 for Tuesday, 4 for Wednesday, 5 for
Thursday, 6 for Friday and 7 for Saturday. The Master ID for iCON100SR is 10 digits number
(Default setting “0000000000”).
STARiCON100 [F1]
01/01
00:00:15
“MASTER ID” + <ENT>
8 times <0> + <ENT>
Press <F1> Select
[TIME SETTING]
+ <ENT>
Initial Display
TIME SETTING
YYYYMMDDhhmmssW
<ENT>
<ENT>
200301200900005
“Year/Month/Day/Hour/Min./Sec./Day”
TIME SETTING
<ESC>
STARiCON100 [F1]
01/20 09:00:00
LCD displays after time setting
10.4 ID COUNT SETTING
The Star iCON100 can register maximum 10,000 User ID and you can select maximum User ID
to be registered into the iCON100 from 500 Users up to 10,000 Users by every 500 unit. This ID
COUNT setting is to configure maximum User ID to be registered into iCON100 and if you setup
less ID COUNT then iCON100 will increase the EVENT Buffer size to maximum. The default ID
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COUNT is 5,000 Users and the default EVENT Buffer size is 5,000 can be stored when you
operate iCON100 off-line.
Select [ID COUNT] in the [SETUP MENU F3] then setup the maximum User ID to be registered
into iCON100. Follow the steps to setup ID COUNT.
The Master ID for iCON100SR is 10 digits number (Default setting “0000000000”).
“MASTER ID” + <ENT>
STARiCON100 [F1]
01/20 09:00:33
Press <F3> + <4> or <6>
Select [ID COUNT]
8 times <0> + <ENT>
Initial Display
ID COUNT
5,000
ENTER ID COUNT
<ENT>
<ENT>
[10000]
Enter the number from 500 to 10000
ID COUNT
10,000
<ESC>
01/20 09:01:16
EVENT MEMORY
NOT EMPTY
!!!
ID TOTAL COUNT
Wrong !!!
STARiCON100 [F1]
☞ You will see this error message when you press <ENT>
key in the [ID COUNT] menu and it tells you that some
events are still existing in the EVENT Buffer and you may
lost the data when you change the ID COUNT. You may
try this setting again after uploading the events to the
host PC or deleting them, using the [SETUP MENU F1] > [EVENT CLEAR].
☞ You will see this error message when you try to change ID
COUNT less than the total registered User ID. In this
case you have to delete some User ID or clear the User
ID, using the [SETUP MENU F1] -> [ID CLEAR] first
then try again from the beginning.
10.5 ID REGISTRATION
You can register the User ID into the iCON100. Select [SETUP MENU F3] -> [ID
REGISTRATION] then follow the steps below.
The Master ID for iCON100SR is 10 digits number (Default setting “0000000000”).
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STARiCON100 [F1]
01/20
09:01:23
“MASTER ID” + <ENT>
8 times <0> + <ENT>
Press <F3> then
Select
[ID REGISTRATION]
Initial LCD Display
ID REGISTRATION
ID REGISTRATION
1:Card 2:Key
‘ENT’
1. Registration by RF Cards
‘1’
Approach card
Reader1
Scanning …
Password(4digits) + <ENT>
Time Schedule codes + <ENT>
Reader Usage codes + <ENT>
ID Registered
Reg. completed
2. Registration by Keypad
12345678
[________]
‘2’
PW____ TS__ RD_
12345678
PW____ TS__ RD_
ID(8digits) + <ENT>
Password(4digits) + <ENT>
Time Schedule codes + <ENT>
Reader Usage codes + <ENT>
PW____ TS__ RD_
ID Registered
Reg. completed
1. ID[________] : ID number consists of 3-digits Facility code from 000 to 255 and 5-digits ID
number from 00000 to 65535 so that the 8-digits ID number can not exceed 25565535. Enter
8-digits ID number then press <ENT> key in the ID[________] field.
(ID number of iCON100SR has 10-digits decimal numbers.)
2. PW[____] : PW is the password which can be used to access the doors where you install a
Proximity and Keypad Reader and setup the RF + Password operating mode. But regardless
of the operating mode, it is necessary to enter a default password (0000) in the PW[____]
field when you register ID.
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3. TS__ : TS is Time Schedule code (00-10). TS is the Time Schedule for the Reader #1,
Reader #2. When you present the card to Reader then the cardholder is only allowed the
access of the door during the Time Schedule code entered to TS__ . To control the
accessible Time Schedule for each cardholder, you must setup the Time schedules first and
enter the Time Schedule code here. If you want to access the door anytime for the cardholder
then enter default Time Schedule code '00' for the value.
4. RD__ : RD is Reader Usage codes for the cardholder. If you put ‘1’ for RD then Reader #1
is accessible and if you put ‘0’ for RD then the cardholder can not access through the Reader
#1(Reader #2) and iCON100 generates an error message “Access Door Error” and displays
on the LCD. To get access through all Readers, you have to input ‘3’ value for RD.
11. Operation
11.1 NORMAL OPERATION
Power on
When the power is applied to iCON100, the LED3 is turned on.
Registered card reading
When a registered card (or PIN) is read, the Door (Relay #1) will open for 3 seconds
(Default) with the LED #4 on.
Exit Button
To request for exit from the inside, an Exit Button (or an Exit Reader) can be used.
The Door (Relay #1) will open for 3 seconds with the LED #4 on.
Alarms
When an unregistered card is read, the access is denied and the alarm (Relay #2) will
be activated for 3 seconds with the LED #5 on.
1
2
3
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LED1: Power ON/OFF Status
LED2: Door Relay Operation Status
LED3: Alarm Relay Operation Status
11.2 DEFAULT SETTING
When you operate the iCON100 first time or you initialize the iCON100, the controller will setup all
values defaults (factory settings). You can change the settings for desired application.
Please refer to the APPENDIX for the default setting values.
12. Setting Changes
INITIAL DISPLAY
(MODEL NAME, CURRENT TIME)
NO
ID INPUT ?
YES
MASTER ID ?
NO
OPERATE GENERAL
MODE
YES
SETUP MODE
SETUP F1 MODE
1. READER 1 MODE
2. READER 2 MODE
3. TIME SETTTING
4. APB SETUP
5. COMM ADDRESS
6. BAUD RATE
7. EVENT CLEAR
8. MASTER ID CHANGE
9. SYSTEM INITIALIZE
10. CARD ID CLEAR
11. TIME SCHE CLEAR
12. RF_PIN_INPUT
13. EVENT MEMORY
14. DURESS MODE SET
SETUP F2 MODE
1. TIME SCHEDULE
2. HOLIDAY SETTING
3. IN/OUT DEFINE
4. HOLIDAY INDEX
5. MODE INDEX
6. OUTPUT TIME SET
7. DATA BYTE TYPE
SETUP F3 MODE
1. ID REGISTRATION
2. ID DELETE
3. ID LIST
4. REG. ID COUNT
5. ID COUNT
SETUP F4 MODE
1. VERSION
2. SRAM TEST
3. OUTPUT TEST
4. LCD TEST
5. KEYPAD TEST
6. READER TEST
7. INPUT TEST
8. COMM TEST
☞. To setup or to change the iCON100 settings, you have to enter the SETUP MENU first.
To do so, press 8 times <0> key for Master ID (Default setting “00000000”) and
<ENT> key from the optional Keypad then you can get into SETUP MENU. There are 4
main SETUP MENU and you first get into [SETUP MENU F1]. You can move to other
SETUP MENU by pressing <F1> key for [SETUP MENU F1], <F2> key for [SETUP
MENU F2], <F3> key for [SETUP MENU F3] and <F4> key for [SETUP MENU F4].
There are several SUB MENU in the main SETUP MENU and you can scroll up and
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down the SUB MENU by pressing <4> and <6> key in the main SETUP MENU. If you
don’t press any key for 60 seconds or if you press <ESC> key then iCON100 will exit the
SETUP MENU then return to normal operation.
The Master ID for iCON100SR is 10 digits (Default setting “0000000000”).
12.1 SETUP MENU F1
READER 1 MODE
RF Only (DEFAULT)
RF+P/W( PassWord )
key<4> or <6>
READER 2 MODE
RF Only (DEFAULT)
RF+P/W( PassWord )
key<4> or <6>
TIME SETTING
15 digit key in
key<4> or <6>
NOT USE (DEFAULT)
APB SETUP
SEARCHING KEY
<4> or <6>
USE
key<4> or <6>
ALL CLEAR
COMM ID
key<4> or <6>
BAUD RATE
4800
9600 (DEFAULT)
19200
key<4> or <6>
38400
YES
EVENT CLEAR
NO
key<4> or <6>
MASTER ID CHANGE
KEY
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key<4> or <6>
SYSTEM INITIALIZE
YES
NO
key<4> or <6>
YES
CARD ID CLEAR
NO
key<4> or <6>
TIME SCHE CLEAR
YES
NO
SEARCHING KEY
<4> or <6>
key<4> or <6>
RF_PIN_INPUT
ENABLE
DISABLE (DEFAULT)
key<4> or <6>
EVENT MEMORY
NOT USE
USE (DEFAULT)
key<4> or <6>
DURESS MODE SET
NOT USE (DEFAULT)
USE
DURESS P/W SETTING
12.1.1 READER#1 MODE SETTING
READER 1 MODE
RF Only (default)
<ENT>
key<4> or <6>
RF+PASSWORD
READER 1 MODE
RF ONLY
☞. It shows READER 1 MODE is set to RF ONLY operating
mode. If you want to change the mode to RF+ PASSWORD operating mode, then press <ENT> key.
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READER 1 MODE
-> RF ONLY
☞. Now you can change the mode by pressing <4> or <6>
key to toggle the mode. If you want to setup the mode
displayed then press <ENT> key to accept this mode.
Note:
9 RF ONLY:
The door is accessible with the proximity
card alone.
9 RF+PASSWORD:
The door is accessible with the proximity
card and Password.
READER 1 MODE
->RF+PASSWORD
12.1.2 READER#2 MODE SETTING
READER 2 MODE
<ENT>
RF Only (default)
key<4> or <6>
RF+PASSWORD
READER 2 MODE
RF ONLY
READER 2 MODE
-> RF ONLY
READER 2 MODE
-> RF+PASSWORD
☞. It shows READER 2 MODE is set to RF ONLY operating
mode. If you want to change the mode to RF+PASSWORD
operating mode, then press <ENT> key.
☞. Now you can change the mode by pressing <4> or <6> key
to toggle the mode. If you want to setup the mode displayed
then press <ENT> key to accept this mode.
Note:
RF ONLY: The door is accessible with the proximity card
alone.
RF+PASSWORD: The door is accessible with the proximity
card and Password.
12.1.3 TIME SETTING
TIME SETTING
YYYYMMDDhhmmssW
______ ____
☞. Press <ENT> key and enter 15 digit Date/Time codes
then <ENT> key to finish setting.
YYYY: Year, MM: Month, DD: Date
hh: Hours (24 hours system), mm: Minutes, ss: Seconds
W: Sun=1, Mon=2, Tue=3, Wed=4, Thu=5, Fri=6, Sat=7
Example: 200302101330152 => Feb.10,2003 13:30:15 Mon
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12.1.4 ANTI-PASS-BACK MODE SETTING
APB SETUP
NOT USE
APB SETUP
->USE
APB SETUP
->All Clear
☞. It shows anti-pass-back operation is not used. Press
<ENT> key. (It only applies when the Door has Exit
Reader)
z You must have Reader #1 for entry and Reader #3 for
exit.
☞. Press <4> or <6> key for searching the APB mode.
Press <ENT> key to select the mode.
NOT USE: Anti-pass-back mode is not applied.
USE: Anti-pass-back mode is separately applied.
☞. If you select All Clear then iCON100 will clear all APB
flags and all users are not allowed Exit first.
12.1.5 COMMUNICATION ID (ADDRESS) DISPLAY
COMM ID
00
☞. This menu shows the current communication ID of the
iCON100. If multiple iCON100 units are connected to
one host PC, each unit must be configured to different
communication ID.
Note:
You can change COMM ID by DIP switch setting of the
iCON100.
12.1.6 BAUD RATE SETTING
BAUD RATE
9600
BAUD RATE
->9600
BAUD RATE
->19200
☞. The Star iCON100 supports 4800, 9600, 19200 and
38400bps of baud rate and default setting is 9600bps.
Wrong baud rate setting will cause communication errors
and you have to set same baud rate to iCON100 and host
PC.
☞. If you have communication problem,
please check followings;
- Check COMM ID of iCON100 and host PC
- Check BAUD RATE of iCON100 and host PC
- Check communication port and cable
- Check COM port setup of host PC
Parity: None, Data Bit: 8 bit, Stop Bit: 1 bit
To change the baud rate, press <ENT> key and select
desired baud rate by pressing <4> or <6> key then press
<ENT> key.
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12.1.7 EVENT CLEAR
EVENT CLEAR
EVENT CLEAR
1 - Yes, 0 - No
☞. When the event memory is full or when you want to
change ID COUNT, you can clear the event memory in
this menu. Press <ENT> key then press <1> key to clear
event memory or <0> key to cancel the operation.
CAUTION: Before you clear the events, make sure that
the stored events is not necessary to upload to
the host PC otherwise you may lose important
data.
12.1.8 MASTER ID CHANGE
MASTER ID CHANGE
MASTER ID CHANGE
[________]
Master Card
Registered
☞. Press <ENT> key to change the current Master ID
(“00000000”). You should use the new Master ID to
access the SETUP MENU after you changed the Master
ID.
☞. You should use 8 digits number for Master ID.
Press <ENT> key and enter the new 8 digits Master ID
and <ENT> key.
☞. Master ID is now changed and stored in the memory.
LCD shows new Master ID is registered successfully.
The Master ID for iCON100SR is 10 digits (Default setting “0000000000”).
12.1.9 SYSTEM INITIALIZE
SYS INITIALIZE
SYS INITIALIZE
1 – Yes, 0 - No
System
Initializing..
☞. This operation will initialize the iCON100. Press <ENT>
key, if an initialization is needed. (first time installation or
resetting in the event of a malfunction).
CAUTION: Initializing will erase all stored data in the
memory.
☞. Press <1> key to initialize or <0> key to cancel the
operation.
☞. This message appears while the system is being
initialized. After the initialization, iCON100 will return to
the setup menu.
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12.1.10 CARD ID CLEAR
CARD ID CLEAR
CARD ID CLEAR
1 - Yes, 0 - No
☞. When you want to delete all User ID (Card ID), you can
clear all User ID from the memory. Press <ENT> key then
press <1> key to clear all User ID or <0> key to cancel the
operation.
CAUTION: Before you clear all User ID, make sure that the
registered User ID is no longer used otherwise
you may lose all registered User ID.
12.1.11 TIME SCHEDULE CLEAR
TIME SCHE CLEAR
TIME SCHE CLEAR
1 - Yes, 0 - No
☞. When you want to delete all Time Schedule (01~15), you
can clear all T/S from the memory. Press <ENT> key then
press <1> key to clear all T/S or <0> key to cancel the
operation.
CAUTION: Before you clear all T/S, make sure that the
stored T/S is no longer used otherwise you may
lose all stored T/S in the memory.
12.1.12 KEYPAD INPUT SETTING
RF PIN INPUT
DISABLE
RF PIN INPUT
->ENABLE
☞. This function is to set DISABLE/ENABLE the keypad inputs
from the Proximity and Keypad Readers.
The default setting is DISABLE the keypad inputs.
If you install Keypad Reader (8bit burst format) and set
this mode ENABLE, you can access the Door by pressing
8digit User ID from the keypads.
Press <ENT> key and press <4> or <6> key to select
->ENABLE then press <ENT> key to setup this function.
12.1.13 EVENT MEMORY SETTING
EVENT MEMORY
USE
EVENT MEMORY
->NOT USE
☞. You can select whether you use event memory or not.
When you select USE and in case of event memory full
then iCON100 generates an error message and keeps all
events stored in the memory. When you select NOT USE
then iCON100 will not generate an error and new event
overwrite into the event buffers. If you use iCON100 for
standalone (just for door access) then select NOT USE.
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12.1.14 DURESS MODE SETTING
<ENT>
DURESS MODE SET
<ENT>
NOT USE(default)
key<4> or <6>
USE
<ENT>
DURESS P/W
<ENT>
ENTER NEW P/W
(2digit + <ENT>)
<ENT>
DURESS MODE SET
NOT USE
DURESS MODE SET
-> USE
DURESS P/W
00
☞. You can select whether the DURESS mode is used or not
used for READER1. To use this function, you need Keypad
Reader. Default setting is NOT USE. If you want to setup
Duress mode then press <ENT> key and select ->USE by
pressing <4> or <6> key then press <ENT> key. LCD will
display default Duress Password ‘00’. Press <ENT> key
again to enter 2 digit Duress Password then press <ENT>
key to finish setting.
Note!!
In case of Duress, enter the 2 digit Duress Password and
<ENT> key then present the card. Door will be opened as
normal but the Duress alarm will be generated and
reported to the host PC.
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12.2 SETUP MENU F2
INDEX : 01 ~ 10
WEEKLY: HOL, SUN, MON,... SAT
NO. : 01 ~ 05
TIME SCHEDULE
key<4> or <6>
INDEX : 01 ~ 10
NO. : 01 ~ 32
HOLIDAY DEFINE
01: EXIT
02: DOOR CONTACT
03: INPUT 1
04: INPUT 2
05: TAMPER S/W
06: R1 ID OK
07: R1 ID ERROR
08: R1 T/S ERROR
09: R1 APB ERROR
10: R2 ID OK
11: R2 ID ERROR
12: R2 T/S ERROR
13: R2 APB ERROR
14: DURESS MODE
15: OUTPUT T/S
16: IN/OUT T/S
key<4> or <6>
IN/OUT DEFINE
SEARCHING KEY
<4> or <6>
key<4> or <6>
HOLIDAY DEFINE INDEX :
01 ~ 10
HOLIDAY INDEX
key<4> or <6>
TIME SCHEDULE INDEX :
01 ~ 10
MODE INDEX
key<4> or <6>
1sec
100ms
OUTPUT TIME SET
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12.2.1 REGISTERING AND CHANGING TIME SCHEDULE
TIME SCHEDULE
DISPLAY CURRENT T/S
<ENT>
SELECT T/S NUMBER AND INDEX
(USE '2','8','4','6' KEY)
<ENT>
ENTER T/S(8 DIGIT)
(START TIME(hh:mm)-END TIME(hh:mm))
YES or
Error
NO
or <ESC>
TIME SCHEDULE
T/S: 01 HOL #1
00:00 - 00:00
NEXT?
☞. You may program time schedules to grant and restrict
access for each user. There can be up to ten different
schedules. A minimum of one schedule must be defined.
If only one schedule is programmed the most common
setting allows access for all users 24 hours / day. A time
schedule can be programmed for each day of the week
and holidays, and five shifts can be defined for each day.
To set time schedules, press <ENT> key from this menu.
If you want to set time schedules, press <ENT> key when
this figure is displayed.
☞. Press <2> key or <8> key to adjust the Time Schedule
(T/S) number (1-10) and the day of the week (Mon-Sun
and ‘HOL’). Define which shift of the day (1-5), using the
<4> key and <6> key. ‘HOL’ refers to specific holidays you
will register(see 13.2.2 page 28). Press <ENT> key, and
the cursor will blink, then enter the beginning time of the
period, in the form of hour(2-digit):minute(2-digit) and the
ending time in the same form. Then the lower line will
indicate the defined period. For more schedules, repeat
the process. To end time scheduling, press <ESC> key.
☞.
Possible values for time scheduling
1) Time schedule number: 01 ~ 10 (Needed when IDs are registered)
2) A day of the week: MON, TUE, WED, THU, FRI, SAT, SUN, HOL
3) Index: 1 ~ 5(referred to the five periods of time of a day)
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12.2.2 REGISTERING AND CHANGING HOLIDAY TIME SCHEDULE
HOLIDAY SETTING
<ENT>
DISPLAY CURRENT T/S
SELECT T/S NUMBER AND INDEX
(USE '2','8','4','6' KEY)
<ENT>
ENTER T/S(4 DIGIT)
(MM:DD)
NO
or <ESC>
HOLIDAY SETTING
HOL T/S: 01 #01
00:00
NEXT?
YES or
Error
☞. You can register up to 32 specified “holidays,” per year
for each schedule setting. There can be 10 other
registration sets created, meaning holidays can be set
for up to 10 years. Press <ENT> to register the days.
☞. With <2> key and <8> key, select the date registration
set number (1~10), and with <4> key and <6> key, select
the index for the days (1~32). Then, press <ENT> key,
and the cursor will blink, then enter the date, in the form
of Month (1~12):date,
Then the LCD will indicate the defined date.
Now, a day has been registered. For further registration,
repeat the process.
To end registering the days, press <ESC> key to return to
the setup menu.
☞. 1) Holiday Time schedule(Date registration set) number: 01 ~ 10(10 years)
2) Index for the days: 01 ~ 32(32 days)
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12.2.3 DEFINING OUTPUTS IN COMPLIANCE WITH INPUTS
IN/OUT DEFINE
DISPLAY CURRENT SET
<ENT>
SELECT INDEX
(USE '4','6' KEY)
<ENT>
ENTER NEW TIME OR T/S INDEX
(10 DIGIT OR EVEN DIGIT) + 'ENT'
NO
or <ESC>
IN/OUT DEFINE
1.EXIT
03 00 00 00 00
NEXT?
YES or
Error
☞. You can program or deactivate each output to be
generated and choose how long (in seconds) they will
last. There are default values as seen in the table 2
below.
☞. Select input sources by changing index No. with the
keys <4> or <6>, and press <ENT> key, and you’ll see a
cursor blinking at the first digit, from the left, of the five
couples of digit, which corresponds to relay1, relay2,
TTL1, TTL2 and buzzer, respectively. Then enter the
delay times(refer to the table below) one by one. Now,
an inputs/outputs definition has completed. For further
definition, repeat the process. To end defining
inputs/outputs, press <ESC> key, and you will see the
first figure of the menu.
Note: The five couples of digit of [15] Output T/S and [16]
Input/Output T/S are time schedule indexes.
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12.2.4 HOLIDAY INDEX SETTING
HOLIDAY INDEX
T/S_INDEX 01
HOLIDAY CODE 00
☞. Holiday Index is to link the Holiday Schedule (H/S) to
Time Schedule. You can setup one of holiday index
(01~10) to one of T/S index (01~10) so that the Holiday
Time Code in the T/S can be applied for the Holidays in
the H/S. Default HOLIDAY CODE is ‘00’ which means no
holidays are applied to T/S.
Select HOLIDAY INDEX menu and press <ENT> then
select desired T/S_INDEX (01~10) by pressing <4> or
<6> key then press <ENT> key to input 2 digit HOLIDAY
CODE and <ENT>.
12.2.5 READER TIME SCHEDULE SETTING
MODE INDEX
00
☞. If You setup RF+PASSWORD operating mode (Refer to
MODE SELECTION), you can apply Time Schedule for
MODE INDEX. During the time period of Time Code in the
T/S, Reader #1 will operate RF ONLY mode. And the rest of
time period, Reader #1 will operate RF+PASSWORD mode.
To apply this function, you have to setup Time Schedules
(T/S) and Holiday Schedules (H/S).
MODE INDEX
00
Select MODE INDEX then press <ENT> key. Enter 2 digit
T/S index (‘00’ ~ ‘10’) then press <ENT> key to apply it.
12.2.6 OUTPUT TIME UNIT SETTING
OUTPUT TIME SET
1sec
OUTPUT TIME SET
-> 100ms
☞. This menu is to define time unit of 5 output ports.
1sec: define time of output by second in the in/out define.
100 ms: define time of output by 0.1 second (100ms) in the
in/out define.
Ex) In order to have the relay #1(Out #1) operate for 3 second,
responding to the exit button input, set as follow.
- Define 1 Exit & Relay as “03” in IN/OUT define
- Define the OUTPUT TIME SET as second.
Ex) In order to have the relay #1(Out #1) operate for 0.3 second,
responding to the exit button input, set as follow.
- Define 1 Exit & Relay as “03” in IN/OUT define
- Define the OUTPUT TIME SET as 100ms.
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12.2.7 DATA BYTE TYPE SETTING (iCON100SR FUNCTION)
DATA BYTE TYPE
4BYTE
DATA BYTE TYPE
☞. Card data management can be selected in this menu.
The default value is 4 BYTE and generally this value may
not need to be changed. If customer needs to add more
units where iCON100SR (V1.0) is installed, user needs to
change the value to 2BYTE.
Otherwise, do not change this value.
-> 2BYTE
12.3 SETUP MENU F3
ID REGISTRATION
CARD
KEY
Key<4> or <6>
ID DELETE
ENTER ID (8 digit key in)
Key<4> or <6>
SEARCHING KEY
<4> or <6>
ID LIST
DISPLAY REGISTERED ID
Key<4> or <6>
REGISTERED ID
COUNT
DISPLAY REGISTRATION
ID COUNT
Key<4> or <6>
ENTER POSSIBLE
REGISTRATION ID COUNT
ID COUNT
ID /
500 /
1,000 /
1,500 /
2,000 /
2,500 /
3,000 /
:
/
:
/
9,000 /
9,500 /
10,000 /
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EVENT
7,250
7,000
6,750
6,500
6,250
6,000
:
:
3,000
2,750
2,500
12.3.1 CARD REGISTRATION
ID REGISTRATION
<ENT>
REGISTRATION SELECT
CARD or KEY ?
PRESENT CARD
KEY
ERROR DISPLAY
Invalid Card ID
Invalid T/S 1
Invalid T/S 2
Invalid RD
CARD
ENTER NEW ID
(8 digit - Card data)
YES
Card ID Error ?
NO
INPUT
PW, TS, RD
YES
PW, TS, RD Error ?
NO
ID REGISTRATION END
ID REGISTRATION
ID REGISTRATION
1: Card,
2: Key
Scanning…
ID [_______]
PW____TS__RD_
☞. Press <ENT> key to register new User ID.
☞. ID Number is registered in the controller by RF cards or
through the keypad. For RF cards, Press <1>key, the
keypad, <2>key, or you can quit the registration by
pressing <ESC>key.
☞. The reader is waiting for an RF card which is to be
registered. The card number will appear with a beep as
the card is read.
☞. Enter 8 digit Card ID in the ID[________] field and press
<ENT> key. Enter 4 digit Password in the PW[____] field
and press <ENT> key. Even you don’t use Password, it is
necessary to enter 4 digit Password as default.
(Example: ‘0000’)
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☞.The LCD's upper line shows the number read, and the lower line
indicates that the four-digit password, time schedule index and
reader code are needed. Enter those values, referring to the
following information. Then the registration of the card is finished,
and the reader will be waiting for another card, displaying the
second menu of the menu. Press <ESC> key to end registering
IDs, then the first figure of the menu will appear.
1) PW(password) : the password used in RF + password
mode.
2) TS(Time schedule) :
00
: Anytime accessible
01 ~ 10 : Accessible according to each T/S index
3) RD(Reader code) - 1 : for using reader 1 alone,
2 : for using reader 2 alone,
3 : for using both reader 1 and 2.
ID ********
PW____TS__RD
ID Registered
ID number of iCON100SR is 10 digits decimal number.
12.3.2 ID DELETE
ID DELETE
ENTER CARD NUMBER
(8 Digit)
<ENT>
<ENT>
LCD Display
"ID DELETED"
Yes
LCD Display
"UNREGISTERED ID"
ID DELETE
Enter Card No.
->________
ID Deleted
EXIST ID?
No
☞. Press <ENT> key to delete registered User ID
☞. Enter 8 digit User ID that you want to delete and <ENT>.
☞. If the User ID you entered is found, the User ID will be
deleted and display “ID Deleted” and if the User ID is not
found then only display “ID Unregistered”. You may
repeat ID DELETE many times and press <ESC> key to
ID number of iCON100SR is 10 digits decimal number.
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12.3.3 ID LIST
ID LIST
<ENT>
EXIST ID ?
NO
LCD display:
"MEMORY
EMPTY"
YES
DISPLAY ID NUMBER, P/W, T/S
DOOR_FLAG
<ESC>
SEARCHING ID
(USE SEARCHING KEY)
ID LIST
ID ********
PW1234 TS00 RD3
MEMORY
EMPTY
ID LIST TOP
ID LIST BOTTOM
☞. If you want to see the list of registered User ID, press the
<ENT> key in this menu.
☞. 8 digit User ID, 4 digit password, the applied T/S and the
reader code are displayed on the LCD, and you can
scroll up and down the list by pressing <4> and <6>
keys. Press <ESC> key to return to the setup menu.
☞. “MEMORY EMPTY” message will be displayed when
there is no registered User ID.
☞. “ID LIST TOP” message will be displayed first when the
first registered User ID is displayed on the LCD.
☞. “ID LIST BOTTOM” message will be displayed first when
the last registered User ID is displayed on the LCD.
ID number of iCON100-SR is 10 digits decimal number.
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12.3.4 REGISTERED READ INPUT EVENT
REG. ID COUNT
1234
☞. This menu displays the total number of registered User
ID. It automatically counts when you register or delete
User ID. LCD shows 1,234 User ID is now registered in
the memory.
12.3.5 ID COUNT
ID COUNT
<ENT>
EVENT MEMORY
EMPTY ?
YES
ENTER NO. (4 ~ 5 digit)
NO
ID COUNT VALID ?
DISPLAY: EVENT MEMORY
NOT EMPTY
NO
DISPLAY: INVALID COUNT
DISPLAY: ID TOTAL COUNT
WRONG !!!
NO
YES
REGISTERED ID COUNT
< ENTER NO. ?
YES
COMPLETE
ID COUNT
☞. Press <ENT> key to change maximum ID Count.
Note! This must be setup first before other setup.
Please refer to section 12.4 ID COUNT
SETTING.
ENTER ID
COUNT
☞. Enter number from 500 to 10000 in multiple of 500 for the
maximum User ID count. Example: 500, 1000, 2000,
10000. Then press <ENT> key.
Invalid Count
☞. LCD will display “Invalid Count” error message when you
enter the ID Count which is not multiple of 500 or the ID
Count is not in between 500 and 10,000.
EVENT MEMORY
NOT EMPTY !!!
☞. LCD will display “EVENT MEMORY NOT EMPTY!!!”
error message when you want to change ID Count and
there are some events still existing in the Event Buffer.
ID TOTAL COUNT
Wrong !!!
☞. LCD will display “ID TOTAL COUNT Wrong !!!” error
message when you enter the less ID Count number than
the number of User ID registered in the memory.
Note! This must be setup first before other setup.
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12.4 SETUP MENU F4
DISPLAY CURRENT F/W
VERSION
VERSION
key<4> or <6>
SRAM TEST
SRAM TEST
key<4> or <6>
OUTPUT TEST
OUTPUT TEST
key<4> or <6>
LCD TEST
SEARCHING KEY
<4> or <6>
LCD TEST
key<4> or <6>
KEYPAD TEST
KEYPAD TEST
key<4> or <6>
READER TEST
READER TEST
key<4> or <6>
INPUT TEST
INPUT TEST
key<4> or <6>
COMMUNICATION TEST
(RS-232)
COMM TEST
12.4.1 VERSION CHECK
VERSION
iCON100:V4.0
☞. The version of the controller’s firmware is displayed on
the LCD. Press <4> or <6> key to look for other menus of
setup menu F4.
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12.4.2 SRAM TEST
☞. To test the SRAM memory, press <ENT> key.
SRAM TEST
Memory fail!! 00
RAM testing...
RAM test pass!!!
Press any key...
☞. If the SRAM has problems, LCD will show the memory
block number with Memory fail message. In this case,
you have to contact technical support. Press any key to
return to the setup menu.
☞. If the SRAM is working properly then LCD will show RAM
test pass message. Press any key to return to the setup
menu.
12.4.3 OUTPUTS TEST
OUTPUT TEST
<ENT>
Enter any key
Relay 1 test
(Activated two times)
This test is applicable to
Relay1 and LED.
Relay 2 test
(Activated two times)
This test is applicable to
Relay2 and LED.
TTL Output 1 test
(Activated two times)
This test is applicable to
TTL1. (0V - 5V)
TTL Output 2 test
(Activated two times)
This test is applicable to
TTL2. (0V - 5V)
Buzzer Output test
(Activated two times)
This test is applicable to
Buzzer.
Output test end
OUTPUT TEST
OUTPUT 5
Press any key..
☞. To test the outputs, press <ENT> key.
☞. The output test will be proceeding for each output twice
On and Off. The first 2 test is for output relays
(Realy#1~Relay#2) so you can hear the mechanical
sound of relays and followed 2 test is for TTL output test.
The last test is for built-in buzzer test and you can hear
two beep sounds. Press any key to return to the setup
menu.
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12.4.4 LCD TEST
LCD
TEST
Last Update
Press any key...
☞. Press <ENT> key to continue the test. LCD will display all
characters on the screen.
☞. When the test is done. LCD will show “Last Update Press
any key…” then press any key to return to the setup menu.
12.4.5 KEYPAD TEST
KEYPAD TEST
0123456789ABCDEF
☞. Press <ENT> key to start the keypad test.
☞. LCD will display “0123456789ABCDEF” on the bottom
line of LCD. Press each key from the keypad then the
depressed key will be disappeared from the LCD. Note
that F1 key is “A”, F2 key is “B”, F3 key is “C”, F4 key is
“D”, ESC key is “E” and ENT key is “F” on the screen. After
the test is done, it returns to setup menu.
12.4.6 READER TEST
READER TEST
☞. Press <ENT> key for the reader test.
Scanning ...
☞. LCD will display “Scanning…” for reading the cards.
Present the card to one of the readers.
Reader 1
00312345
☞. When the reader successfully read the card, LCD will
display reader number and 8 digit card number on the
LCD. Press <ESC> key to return to the setup menu.
ID number of iCON100-SR is 10 digit decimal
Reader #
Card #
12.4.7 INPUT AND DIP SWITCH TEST
INPUT
TEST
☞. Press <ENT> key for the input test.
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INPUT
TEST
11111111 00000
DIP S/W
INPUT
☞. The first 8 digits of the bottom line shows the status of the
DIP switch for communication ID setting and “1” indicates
the switch ON position and “0” indicates the switch OFF
position. The last 5 digits shows the input status and “0”
indicates the input port open circuit and “1” indicates the
input port short to ground level. Press <ESC> key to return
to the setup menu.
12.4.8 COMMUNICATION TEST
COMM
TEST
TX data = 0
COMM fail
COMM test pass!!
Press any key...
☞. Before this communication test, connect the RS232-RX
and RS232-TX wires together. Then press <ENT> key.
☞. This test is a loop test and iCON100 sends a character to
RS232-TX and check whether the RS232-RX receive the
character or not. If you have an error, please contact our
service facility.
☞. After the test is done, LCD will display “COMM test
pass!!”. Press any key to return to the setup menu.
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13. APPENDIX
A. THE RELATION BETWEEN INPUT AND OUTPUT (DEFAULT)
1. The relation between input and output
Index No
[1] Input #1(EXIT BUTTON)
[2] Input #2(Door Contact SW)
[3] Input #3
[4] Input #4
[5] Input #5
[6] Reader#1 ID OK
[7] Reader#1 ID Error
[8] Reader#1 ID T/S Error
[9] Reader#1 APB Error
[10] Reader#2 ID OK
[11] Reader#2 ID Error
[12] Reader#2 ID T/S Error
[13] Reader#2 APB Error
[14] DURESS MODE
[15] OUTPUT TIME SCHEDULE
[16] INPUT TIME SCHEDULE
Relay#1 Relay#2 Relay#3 Relay#4
TTL#1
03
00
00
00
00
03
00
00
00
03
00
00
00
03
00
Input #1
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
Input #5
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
03
00
00
03
00
00
03
00
00
00
00
00
03
00
00
03
00
00
03
00
00
03
03
00
00
00
00
Input #2 Input #3 Input #4
00
00
00
* Index No. [1] ~[14]: The value indicates operation time (second) of each output for the input
signal.
* Index No. [15]: The value indicates time schedule code (index) that each output operation is to be
applied.
* Index No. [16]: The value indicates the time schedule code (index) that each input:#1 (Exit button)
~#5 operation is to be applied.
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B. TROUBLE SHOOTING
☞ Broken or abnormal letters show on the LCD, when powered on.
Cause
SRAM backup battery problem or LCD module problem.
1. Initialize the controller
- In power-on, put off ->on the #8 DIP switch.
- Check if the LCD shows message of “Turn OFF DIP.8” “Press Any Key…”.
- Put back DIP switch 8 from ON to OFF.
- Make power reset (off and on).
Solution
* Aware that all the setting value be back to the default value and data memory
be clear. (ID data clear/Event data clear/ Time Schedule data clear etc.)
2. Setup the date and time on SETUP MENU F1->SYS INITIALIZE and SETUP MENU
F1->TIME SETTING.
3. If you still have problem, please contact a designated service center.
☞ Randomly changed value of in/out define from previously setting value after power reset.
Cause
Discharge of RAM Back-Up battery problem during the main power off.
1. Check if the Back-Up Battery Jumper is shorted.
2. Check if the voltage of Back-Up Battery is over 3.6V.
3. If it is over 3.6V, make initialization process as below.
- In power-on, put off ->on the #8 DIP switch.
- Check if the LCD shows message of “Turn OFF DIP.8” “Press Any Key…”.
- Put back DIP switch 8 from ON to OFF.
Solution
- Make power reset (off and on).
* Aware that all the setting value be back to the default value and data memory
be clear. (ID data clear/Event data clear/ Time Schedule data clear etc.)
4. Define IN/OUTPUT value as intend and keep the main power on more than 5 days.
5. If after all the above, the problem remains, please contact a designated service
center.
☞ A valid card became unregistered after batch-downloading IDs from PC.
Cause
Wrong procedure during download, or a component defect.
1. The card ID might be registered only to the controller and not registered in PC.
Solution
The process of downloading IDs, iCON100 first erase the ID memory of the unit,
therefore if the IDs from the PC didn’t contain the card ID, this can happen.
2. Check whether the card ID is registered in PC
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3. If not, please register the number and try downloading again.
4. If the trouble remains after the procedure above, contact a designated service center.
☞ Doesn’t enter the Setup Mode after entering the Master ID “00000000”.
Cause
The Master ID might be changed or components are defective.
1. Try changing the Master ID through the application S/W.(It’ll be changed to
“00000000”.)
- Note that the Master ID for iCON100SR is 10 times <0>, “0000000000”.
2. When it is not feasible, initialize the unit as followings.
- In power-on, put off ->on the #8 DIP switch.
Solution
- Check if the LCD shows message of “Turn OFF DIP.8” “Press Any Key…”.
- Put back DIP switch 8 from ON to OFF.
- Make power reset (off and on).
* Aware that all the setting value be back to the default value and data memory
be clear. (ID data clear/Event data clear/ Time Schedule data clear etc.)
3. If the trouble remains after the procedure above, contact a designated service center.
☞ No problem with accessing by cards, but cannot access with the PIN input.
Cause
An error in Setup or possible component defect.
1. Check whether a beep sound is generated when you press a key.
When it is, the problem may be an error in setup. Proceed followings.
- Enter the Master ID(“00000000” default) to enter the Setup mode.
(Note that the Master ID for iCON100SR is 10 times <0>, “0000000000”.)
- Press <F1> key.
Solution
- [MODE SELECTION] will appear on the LCD, then use the key <6> to choose
[RF_PIN_INPUT] and select ‘Enable’ as wanted.
2. When there is no beep sound or already enabled Key-in functions, contact a
designated service center.
☞ Can I set the controller to operate in RF only mode for one card and in RF+P/W mode for
another?
Cause
N/A
1. Do not mix the working mode for one Reader.
Solution 2. But you can set one reader to operate in RF only mode and another one in RF+P/W
mode.
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☞ The Setup mode suddenly goes back to the Normal operating mode.
Cause
Solution
Time out error
1. In the Setup mode, it is programmed to do so when there is no key-in or reading card
within 60 seconds.
☞ The reader seems to read cards, but the controller does not respond or does not respond
properly, such as displaying wrong card numbers in the reader test mode.
Cause
Reader defect, wiring error between the reader and the controller, or the electric noises
around.
1. Be sure that the reader reads the card ID when you present a card.
2. Be sure that the reader format is correct. 26bit Wiegand or 34bit Wiegand
for iCON100SR
3. Check the wiring between the reader and iCON100.
- Check the wires of Wiegand data lines D0 and D1 which is connected correctly.
- Connect the controller ground to the ground wire of the reader and it is
Solution
recommended to connect them to an earth ground.
4. Using oscilloscope, check the shape of signals from the reader at the controller’s
side. When noises are shown on the signals, it is recommended to use shielded
wires and the unused wires to the common ground. You can use repeaters, also.
5. Check the maximum cable length, which may be indicated on the reader manual.
6. If the trouble remains after the procedure above, contact a designated service center.
☞ Keep making buzzer sound: “beep~ beep ~ beep” or “beep~~~~”.
Cause
Solution
Error in installation, door status or internal circuits.
1. Check the door status. It occurs in case that the door is opened over 20 sec after the
proper door open time.
2. Check the door contact sensor type: it should be NO type.
3. Check in [IN/OUT DEFINE] of F2, the fifth Time schedule code(01~10) value of 15
output T/S. If the time schedule code is set between 01-10 and if the present time is
included in the schedule.
If it is set to unintended value, change it to “00” ( Programmable via PC software)
4. If the trouble remains after checking the above, contact a designated service center.
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☞ “SCHEDULE ERROR” message shows when RFID card is read.
Cause
Error in RFID card registration, time schedule setting or the system itself.
1. If it is of properly operating unit before, there has been electric shock that damaged
internal memory and data. Please initialize the unit as instructed in the manual.
2. Check if ID information is put incorrectly during its registration.
* Register ID again checking the following points.
Solution
- In order to restrict access of the ID user for specific time zone as instructed in the
manual, register time schedule in advance and apply the time schedule code(1~10)
in the registration of the user ID.
- In order to allow the user to access at all times put “00”.
3. Use software for time schedule setting in case it is connected to PC as the software
manual.
4. If the trouble remains after checking the above, contact a designated service center.
☞ “ACCESS DOOR ERR” message shows when the RF ID card is read.
Cause
Incorrect user setting or false of internal circuit.
1. If it is of properly operating unit before, there has been electric shock that damaged
internal memory and data. Please initialize the unit as instructed in the manual.
2. Check if ID information is put incorrectly during its registration.
* Register ID again checking the following points.
Solution
- Since the controller has two reader ports, define “RD” – door for the user to be
allowed to access. Reader1 only: “1”, Reader 2 only: “2”, Reader 1 & 2 both: “3”
- If RD is set as “1”, only when the card is read at reader 1, the door opens but not at
reader2. If it is read at reader 2, “ACCESS DOOR ERROR” message shows.
- If RD is set as “2”, only when the card is read at reader 2, the door opens but not at
reader1. If it is read at reader 1, “ACCESS DOOR ERROR” message shows.
- If RD is set as “3”, reader 1 & 2 both opens each door.
3. Use software for time schedule setting in case it is connected to PC as the software
manual.
4. If the trouble remains after checking the above, contact a designated service center.
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☞ The controller does not communicate with PC.
Cause
Defective cable is used, errors in wiring, an error in setting COMM ID of the controller,
or damage on the communication port (either on PC side or on the controller side).
1. Please, check the settings of the application S/W and the controller.
- Check the controller’s COMM ID is listed on the application S/W.
- Set the different COMM ID when two or more controllers are installed.
- Check the communication speed (9600bps default) is the same as the setting on
the software.
- Make sure that the PC’s COM port is set correctly on the software.
- The parameters at the software should be set as follows.
Parity bit
: NONE
Data bit
: 8bit
Stop bit
: 1bit
2. Check the line connection for communication.
RS232
RS422 (mono)
iCON100
PC
iCON100
RS422/232
Converter
TX port
RX
RX(-)
TX(-)
RX port
TX
RX(+)
TX(+)
GND
GND
TX(-)
RX(-)
TX(+)
RX(+)
Solution
PC
The RS232 cable from
the converter
RS422(Multi Drop)
RS422/232
PC
Converter
The RS232 cable from
TX(-)
the converter
TX(+)
iCON100
iCON100
RX(-)
RX(-)
RX(+)
RX(+)
TX(-)
TX(-)
RX(-)
TX(+)
TX(+)
RX(+)
3. In case of setting RS422 communication, recommend to use line-end resistors of
120 Ohm between the RX(+) and RX(-) lines and between the TX(+) and TX(-)
lines, and apply the same resistors to the converter RS422 lines. Consult a service
center or an electric technician if you cannot be sure how to do it.
4. When a multi-drop communication doesn’t work, test one-by-one communication
first.
5. If the trouble remains after the procedure above, contact a designated service
center.
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14. FCC Registration Information
FCC REQUIREMENTS PART 15
Caution: Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not
expressly approved by the manufacturer for compliance could void the user's
authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions;
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A Digital
Device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to this
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may 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 radio or television off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct interference by one or more of the following measures.
1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on another circuit.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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15. Warranty Policy and Limitation of Liability
IDTECK warrants this product against defects in material and workmanship for the period specified
below from the date of purchase under normal customer use. This Warranty doesn’t apply: 1) to any
product which has been dismantled without authorization of IDTECK or/and has a damaged or
detached QC label on its back side; 2) to any losses, defects, or damages caused by improper testing,
operation, installation, maintenance, modification, alteration, or adjustment; 3) to any product with a
damaged or faded serial number on it; or 4) to any losses, defects, or damages caused by lightning or
other electrical discharge, natural disaster, misuse, accident or neglect.
This Limited Warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, obligations, or liabilities on the part of IDTECK,
and IDTECK DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL WARRANTY, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.IDTECK does not, and cannot,
know who is present, what property is located, where this product will be used; it would be extremely
difficult to determine the actual damages that may result from a failure of the product to perform as
anticipated; and the low price of this product is based upon the nature of the product provided and the
limited liability that IDTECK assumes. IDTECK IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY,
PROPERTY DAMAGE OR LOSS, DIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, OR OTHER LOSS, AND IDTECK’S MAXIMUM LIABILITY SHALL NOT IN ANY CASE
EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT.
To obtain repair or replacement under the terms of this warranty, visit IDTECK’s Website
(http://www.idteck.com) and place an online RMA request. After an RMA code is issued, return the
product along with the authorization RMA code.
>> Warranty Period
Product Category
Warranty
Period
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RF CARD (Active type)
1 year
2
RF READER / FINGERPRINT READER
3
STANDALONE CONTROLLER
4
CONTROL PANEL
5
FINGERPRINT CONTROLLER
3 years
MOLDED RF READER
6
(RF10, RF20, RF30, RF TINY, IP10, IP20, IP30, SR10E, SR10UE, SR10SE, SR10RWE,
SR10BE)
RF CARD (Passive type)
7
(IDC80, IDC170, IDK50, IMC125, LXK50, IPC80, IPC170, IPK50, ISC80, ISC80S, ISK50,
IMC135, IHC80, IP100, IP200)
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Lifetime
RMA REQUEST FORM
IDTECK accepts only on-line RMA requests on our Website (www.idteck.com). Please provide us
with basic information in the below form so that we can understand your problems better. Send us
back this form with your products after an RMA code is issued on our Website. This form is not
compulsory.
Authorization RMA Code :
1. Company Name
2. Model Name
3. Serial No.
4. Original Invoice No.
5. Distributor
6. Purchasing Date
7. RMA Request Date
Please check your problems.
□ Card Reading
□ Communication
□ LED & Buzzer
□ Power
.
.. □ Keypad
□ Relay
.
□ LCD
□ Registration
□ Others :
IDTECK RMA Center >>
3F, 10/10-1/10-2, Dodang-Dong, Weonmi-Gu, Bucheon-Si, Gyeonggi-Do 157-030, Korea
Telephone: 82.2.2659.0055 (HQ) / 82.32.671.5642 (RMA Center)
Fax: 82.2.2659.0086 (HQ) / 82.32.671.5641 (RMA Center )
Website: www.idteck.com
e-Training Center: www.idtecktraining.com
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MEMO
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The specifications contained in this manual are subject to change without notice at any time.
5F, Ace Techno Tower B/D, 684-1, Deungchon-Dong,
Gangseo-Gu, Seoul, 157-030, Korea
Tel : +82-2-2659-0055
Fax :+82-2-2659-0086
E-mail : webmaster@idteck.com
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