User`s manual TwinLock compact
TwinLock compact
Manual
TwinLock compact
Manual
EN 1300
M 106302 / M 106301
G 106016 / G 106015
Class 2 / C
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Copyright © September 08 INSYS MICROELECTRONICS GmbH
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Subject to technical changes. Errors excepted.
Date: September 08
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The manual contains detailed information for the operation and the programming of
the high-safety lock TwinLock compact and is mainly intended for the system
MASTER responsible for the system configuration and administration.
For users, we recommend the Quick Reference Guide. The concise document
contains all important information required for normal system operation in short form.
The document ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS has been created to assist with the
installation of the system. This contains all information for the implementation of the
TwinLock system.
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Table of contents
1. SYSTEM DIAGRAM ....................................................................................................................................... 6
2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION................................................................................................................................ 7
2.1. INPUT UNIT : FLATCONTROL......................................................................................................................... 7
2.2. LOCK : TWINLOCK COMPACT ........................................................................................................................ 7
2.3. BUS DISTRIBUTOR : TWINCONNECT .............................................................................................................. 7
2.4. EXTENSION UNIT : TWINXT.......................................................................................................................... 8
2.5. CHIP CARDS (TWINCARD) ............................................................................................................................ 9
2.6. CONFIGURATION SET TWINCOMM .............................................................................................................. 10
3. FUNCTION DESCRIPTION......................................................................................................................... 11
3.1. CODE AND LOCKING FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................................ 12
3.2. TIMER FUNCTIONS ...................................................................................................................................... 15
3.3. SERVICE FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................................................... 16
3.4. OPERATIONAL SAFETY ................................................................................................................................ 17
3.5. SABOTAGE SAFETY...................................................................................................................................... 19
3.6. PC SUPPORT WITH CONFIGURATION SET TWINCOMM ................................................................................ 19
4. OPERATION .................................................................................................................................................. 20
4.1. DISPLAY AND CONTROL ELEMENTS OF THE INPUT EQUIPMENT .................................................................. 20
4.3. GENERAL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................................................................... 22
5. GENERAL OPERATION PROCESSES...................................................................................................... 24
5.1. UNLOCKING A LOCK ................................................................................................................................... 24
5.2. CLOSING A LOCK ........................................................................................................................................ 25
5.3. STATUS REQUEST OF A LOCK/ VERSION REQUEST ....................................................................................... 26
5.4. RESPONSES.................................................................................................................................................. 27
6. PROGRAMMING THE SYSTEM WITH THE CONTROL UNIT .......................................................... 29
6.1. REPROGRAMMING A MASTER CODE............................................................................................................ 30
6.2. REPROGRAMMING THE MANAGER CODE .................................................................................................... 31
6.3. PROGRAMMING AND REPROGRAMMING OF A USER CODE........................................................................... 32
6.4. DELETE A USER CODE .................................................................................................................................. 33
6.5. DISPLAY THE PROGRAMMED USER CODES.................................................................................................. 34
6.6. SETTING THE DATE, TIME AND WEEKDAY .................................................................................................. 35
6.7. CODE LINKAGE PROGRAMMING (FOUR-EYE-CODE) ................................................................................... 36
6.8. PROGRAM UNLOCKING TIME DELAY .......................................................................................................... 37
6.9. PROGRAM OPENING DURESS (FORCED SEQUENCE)..................................................................................... 38
6.10. PROGRAM SILENT ALARM.......................................................................................................................... 39
6.11. PROGRAMMING ACTIVATION OF TWINXT LOCK I/O.................................................................................. 40
6.12. RESET THE INPUT UNIT ............................................................................................................................. 41
6.13. LOCK MOTOR SERVICE ............................................................................................................................. 43
6.14. REGISTER/REPLACE LOCKS IN THE SYSTEM .............................................................................................. 44
6.15. WRITE LOG AND CONFIGURATION TO CHIP CARD .................................................................................... 45
6.16. WRITE LOG AND CONFIGURATION TO CHIP CARD .................................................................................... 46
6.17. READ NEW SYSTEM LANGUAGE ............................................................................................................... 47
6.18. IGNORE BOLT SYSTEM POSITION SWITCH ................................................................................................. 48
6.19. ACTIVATE PARALLEL CODE ...................................................................................................................... 49
6.20. AUTOMATIC LOCKING............................................................................................................................... 50
7. PROGRAMMING THE SYSTEM WITH THE PC SOFTWARE TWINCOMM................................... 51
7.1. GENERAL OPERATION ................................................................................................................................. 52
7.2. PROGRAMMING OF GENERAL SETTINGS ...................................................................................................... 54
7.3. PROGRAMMING THE UNLOCKING DELAY .................................................................................................... 57
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7.4. DISPLAY EVENT LOG .................................................................................................................................. 58
7.5. USER DATA MANAGEMENT ........................................................................................................................ 59
7.6. CUSTOMER DATA MANAGEMENT ............................................................................................................... 60
8. TECHNICAL DATA ...................................................................................................................................... 61
Revision History
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1. System Diagram
TwinLock compact – 1 lock with 12 VDC power supply / TwinXT optional
TwinConnect
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
F
0
F
TwinXT
TwinLock
TwinLock compact – 2 locks with 12VDC power supply / TwinXT optional
TwinConnect
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
F
0
F
TwinXT
TwinLock
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2. System Description
TwinLock compact is an electronic high safety lock system with integrated arming
device for a burglary alarm system class 3/C. It is a modular system.
The security-relevant system parts are designed fully redundant.
The system consists of the following components:
1-2
1-2
1
1
Control units = Terminals
locks
Bus distributor = Connector for the individual components (hub)
Extension units TwinXT
2.1. Input Unit : FlatControl
The input unit is mounted on the outside of the safe (see
assembly of the input unit) and is used to control and
operate the locking system (code input, programming,
etc.), as well as to arm or disarm a burglary alarm
system using a physical code (chip card).
2.2. Lock : TwinLock compact
The locks are mounted within the secured area of the
safe (see assembly of locks). The mnemonic codes are
stored and evaluated inside the locks.
2.3. Bus Distributor : TwinConnect
The bus distributor TwinConnect enables the connection
of the individual system components.
In addition, TwinConnect has a power supply unit (12
VDC), which can supply the TwinLock compact
system. (When the arming device is connected,
however, the system must be supplied through the
BAS).
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2.4. Extension Unit : TwinXT
The TwinLock compact system can be extended by 2
inputs and 2 outputs by means of the extension unit
TwinXT very easily. Basically, a TwinXT can be
connected to each lock in the system. Consequently,
each lock can be specifically locked or released, and
each lock can have a bolt system contact.
2 switching inputs (release/bolt system contact) for lock 1
2 switching inputs (release/bolt system contact) for lock 2
2 relay outputs (status/silent alarm) (30V/1A)
Power supply 12 VDC
Antitamper loop with tamper switch
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2.5. Chip Cards (TwinCard)
TwinCard code access
Chip card as ‘physical code’ to disarm
a BAS.
The code is changed continuously.
TwinCard configuration
Chip card for the system configuration
and the event log. In cooperation the
with PC software TwinComm, the
configuration can be imported or
exported and the log can be read out.
TwinCard language
Chip card for the configuration of the
system language. (German, English,
Czech, Portuguese…)
TwinCard TwinComm
Lizenzchipkarte for the TwinComm
configuration Software.
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2.6. Configuration Set TwinComm
The TwinLock compact system can be configured fast and conveniently using the
program TwinComm in connection with the chip card reader of the configuration set
and the chip card TwinCard configuration. All settings and the event log can be
displayed, printed and saved.
Daten-Import
Konfiguration
TwinLock
TwinCard
- Configuration -
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3. Function Description
Code and Locking Functions
1 Master code per lock
1 System code
99 User codes per lock
Status indicator for programmed user codes
Code linking (Four-eye code )
Silent alarm
Code manipulation detection
Quick unlocking code
Opening duress (forced sequence)
Parallel code
Automatic lock with door switch
Timer Functions
Time delay
Alarm/sabotage delays
Automatic switching to daylight savings time
Service Functions
Event log 768 events
Import/export of the configuration via chip card
System language can be configured using the chip card
Reset of the individual system components
Query of the system component version
System components login/logout
Step-by-step operation for motor test
System line free configurable
System status indicator
Voltage monitoring
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3.1. Code and Locking Functions
Master code
Each lock has a master code (ID = 00 + 6-digit master code).
The master code has the authorization to program lock-specific procedures (e.g. time
delay, user codes, etc.) or to unlock, respectively.
The master code can not be deleted or deactivated.
Attention:
The default code for the user 00 (= Master) of each lock is the pre-programmed
code 1 2 3 4 5 6 . The user codes no. 01…99 of the individual locks have been
deactivated by the manufacturer.
For safety reasons, the master codes of the individual codes must be changed
IMMEDIATELY!
When programming the code you must see to the new unlocking code being
checked repeatedly while the safe is open.
Do not use personal data when programming unlocking codes!
Loosing a master code can have very costly consequences!!!
Manager code
There is one manager code (6-character code) per lock. The manager code is also
called the system code!
The manager code has the authorization to program the settings and time functions.
It does not have any opening authorization, though.
The manager code cannot be deleted or deactivated.
ATTENTION:
The code 1 1 1 1 1 1 is pre-programmed as the works code for the system code.
User codes, Benutzercodes
Each lock has 35 user codes (user ID + 6-digit user code).
The user codes are programmed or deleted by the according master code. A user
can reprogram his/her user code autonomously. Otherwise, the user only has an
unlocking authorization.
A user code can be assigned the possibility for “Quick unlocking” (= quick unlocking
code) without time delay expiration (see timer programs 3.2.2).
Status indicator for programmed user codes
For each lock, the programmed user codes can be displayed. The programming
status, i.e. OK or NOK is displayed. The display can only be activated by the
according lock master.
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Quick opening code
A user can be assigned the function of the quick opening code, which circumvents a
programmed time delay. The user who has stored the code with number 09 has the
quick opening code by default.
Code distribution in the TwinLock 7220 system
lock 1
TwinLock
1 Systemcode =
1 Managercode
1 Mastercode
99 Usercodes
mnemonic codes
lock 2
TwinLock
TwinLock
1 Managercode
1 Mastercode
99 Usercodes
mnemonic codes
secured area
Unlocking & Locking
The unlocking is tied to at least one code entry. This always takes place via the menu
keys (see sabotage safety). Unlocking can be prevented by several functions (timer
programs…).
Opening duress (forced sequence)
When a ‘opening duress’ is activated, the locks can only be opened in a certain order
/ sequence (lock 01, 02, ...). When locking the system, the sequence is reversed.
The system is only unlocked and accessible for configuration and service after all
locks have been opened.
Automatic lock with door switch
The system can be locked automatically using a door switch or a bolt system contact,
which is either connected to a TwinAlarm or TwinXT system, depending on the
system variant.
This function can only be configured via the PC software TwinComm.
Code linkage
For the entire system, the function ‘Four-eye code’ can be programmed. A lock can
thus only be unlocked by entering 2 user codes respectively. Programming can only
be performed by the system master. If a four-eye code has already been
programmed, the system master can perform the programming only in connection
with other users of lock 01.
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Parallel code
For a 2 lock system, the function ‘parallel code’ can be programmed.
This function can only be configured via the PC software TwinComm.
In this case, the unlocking codes apply to 2 locks, e.g. the user does no longer need
to select a lock, and he is not bound to a specific lock. In all locks, however, the same
codes must be programmed for the according users, e.g.
User 08:
Lock 1: Code : 080808
Lock 2: Code : 080808
User 009:
Lock 1 :
Lock 2 :
Code : 090909
Code : 090909
Note on code linkage and parallel code:
Attention: The code linkage and the parallel code can not be set
simultaneously.
Silent alarm
During a threatening situation, a special alarm code may be entered when locks are
opened and closed, to trigger a silent alarm.
The alarm code consists of the normal user access code where the last number is
increased by +1 (9 switches to 0!).
The system now acts exactly like for the normal opening procedure for the user (and
the intimidator), but at the same time a silent alarm signal is sent to the BAS.
Furthermore, an individual opening time delay may be defined for the case of an
alarm. The lock can only be opened after the set waiting period has expired (see also
timer programs 3.2.2).
The defined release time of the “normal” time delay is used as release time.
Example:
Unlocking code: 1-2-3-4-5-6 >> Alarm code: 1-2-3-4-5-7
Code Manipulation
When the code has been entered incorrectly for four times, a blocking time of 1
minute is activated. During this blocking time, no opening procedure may be
performed. Each further incorrect code entry increases the blocking time by one
minute. The maximum blocking time is 15 minutes.
At the beginning of the locking period, the incorrect code entries are classified as a
manipulation attempt and stored in the event memory. The next time that a correct
code is entered, the code error counter is reset and the locking period is deleted.
(see also timer programs 3.2.2, sabotage safety 3.2.5)
wrong code
blocking time
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3.2. Timer Functions
Time delay
Unlocking delay, individually configurable (00 - 99 min.). A release time (00 - 99 min.)
can be programmed for each unlocking delay. After the time delay expiration an
unlocking code must be re-entered.
The programming is performed by the system manager.
A user can be assigned a quick unlocking code function to bypass this program.
Alarm/sabotage delays
When the unlocking code was entered incorrectly 4 times, a time delay of 1 minute
starts. For each further attempt with a wrong code the waiting period is extended by 1
minute, up to a maximum of 15 minutes.
When a silent alarm is triggered, a waiting period with a set duration will start.
These special programs can not be bypassed or interrupted.
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3.3. Service Functions
Event Log
The latest 768 events (programming processes, hardware errors, and certain status
messages, manipulation and sabotage attempts) are logged in chronological order,
including date and time (perhaps the user number).
There is also the possibility to transfer the entire event memory to the TwinCard
configuration. Display and printing of the event memory take place with the PC
software TwinComm.
Configuration import/export
An entire configuration profile can be swapped out to the chip card Twin Card
Configuration. This profile can then be edited with the PC software TwinComm and
reimported or saved. The above-described event log is also written to the card and
can be displayed, printed and saved using TwinComm.
System language
The system language can be transferred using the chip card TwinCard language.
This card is available in several languages and must be requested separately.
More functions
Reset of the individual system components
Query of the system component version
System components login/logout
Step-by-step operation for motor test
Operation of several control units
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3.4. Operational Safety
Redundancy
A dual bus system and a dual electronic and mechanical locking system in the locks
guarantee high system stability. The two identical system parts are completely
independent from each other and can therefore function individually.
Voltage monitoring
When the power supply is applied or when the system recovers from energy saving
mode, the state of the battery (system voltage) is checked. When the system falls
below a set warning threshold, an entry is made in the log and a message is
displayed. Press F2 to display the system voltage from the system menu.
*** TwinLock ***
battery: 9.0V
*** TwinLock ***
!!! Low Batt !!!
Every time the system is restarted (battery replacement) or when the system is
activated, the battery voltage is measured and checked. If the battery voltage falls
below the set warning limit, the message
'!!! Low - Batt !!!' is displayed and also stored in the event memory.
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Power Failure
The FlatControl receives its power supply via each of the two bus cables. When a
voltage failure occurs, an emergency current feed for the entire system is possible via
a jack at the bottom of the keyboard.
For this, an adapter cable 7237-101-0 and a 9 volt block battery (alkaline type) is
required. For the connection of the adapter cable, see figure.
Real time clock
The date and the time are generated by a specially buffered real time clock and will
survive even if the system receives no current for several days.
If a real time clock still happens to be deleted, the system will be in an undefined
state.
It must therefore be possible to set the date and time even when the system is
locked.
Key F2 in the system menu >> system voltage >> key F2 >> 1 >> 0 >>
date/time
(system code required)
Further functions
Protection against locking the locks while the bolt system is open.
(only in connection with TwinXT or TwinAlarm)
Constant self-diagnosis of the bus lines and system components.
Log entry of all warning and error messages.
Validity check of entered times and dates.
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3.5. Sabotage safety
Input unit TwinControl/FlatControl
The input unit in the unsecured area is secured by different measures.
Opening the case (battery compartment TwinControl) is immediately detected and
displayed until an authorized user unlocks the system lock properly.
A person standing next to the authorized user cannot watch the entering of the code.
A special film in the view window of the terminal prevents the reading of the display
from a lateral position.
Besides that, the opening code is not entered via the keyboard, but via the arrow
keys above a digit selection on the display. After each entry of a digit, the cursor will
be displayed at a randomly selected new position.
Further functions
All codes are saved and evaluated within the secured area.
Log entry of all safety-relevant events.
Blocking times when a wrong code is entered repeatedly.
(see code programs, timer programs)
Configuration only possibly for unlocked systems after entering the system codes.
3.6. PC Support with Configuration Set TwinComm
Basically, the TwinLock compact system also works without PC support, but using
the software simplifies the configuration and enables easy reading of the event log.
The exchange of data with the lock system takes place with the chip card TwinCard
configuration and the service function 'Import/Export' at the control unit.
Read-out configuration profiles can be saved, printed, or modified and reimported.
All timer programs and system settings can be programmed.
When the system settings are read out, the event log is also written to the chip card.
The protocol can be displayed and printed with TwinComm.
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4. Operation
4.1. Display and Control Elements of the Input Equipment
LC-Display
Background lighting
Menu keys
Keypad
Emergency power
Insertion of the chip card
Chip at the bottom
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configuration
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service
configuration
date/time
system
Reset
configuration
mastercodes
service
motor-service
configuration
managercode
service
install new lock
user codes
programming
configurations
usercodes
service
central siabled
usercodes
delete
configuration
code linkage
user codes
display Usercodes
configuration
time delay
configuration
opening duress
configuration
silent alarm
configuration
parallel code
configuration
lock I/O
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import / export
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4.2. Menu Navigation
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4.3. General Operating Instructions
System Activation
When idle, the TwinLock System is activated by operating a menu key at the control unit.
After the activation, a system check is performed and the individual states of the
connected locks and of the TwinLock system are displayed.
system check
lock opened 01
system check
system locked
Key Functions
Menu Keys:
>
<
enter
clear
Menu navigation to the right, i.e. next menu item
Menu navigation to the left, i.e. previous menu item
Selection or confirmation
Cancel, return to previous menu item
(press 2 seconds = return to system menu)
Key Pad:
0...9 Numeric keys to enter timer programs, etc.
F2
Display of the current battery voltage
(only possible in the system menu)
Code input
The code is only entered via the number keys. The menu keys are intended for menu
navigation and extended entries.
Using the menu keys for
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System Menu
The start page of the menu structure is called system
menu . The system menu consists of one editable line
(line 1 = system line, which can contain individual text),
and the current date/time display (line 2).
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Programming the Code
Important notes regarding the programming of the code
*
For security reasons, switch the system code or the master code of the
individual codes immediately after Installation.
The default code 1 2 3 4 5 6 is pre-programmed for the user no. 00 (=
system master) and for the system master is 1 1 1 1 1 1. The user codes
no. 01…99 of the individual locks have been deactivated by the
manufacturer.
*
When programming the code you must see to the new unlocking code
being checked repeatedly while the safe is open!
*
Do not use personal data when programming unlocking codes!
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5. General Operation Processes
5.1. Unlocking a Lock
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open
open
lock 01
code entry
user no.: 02<
Code entry
code:******
code entry 42
user no.: 05<
Code entry
code:******
open
delay:XXminXXsec
Code entry
lock 01
Code entry &1
user: 02<
Code entry
code:******
Select the menu item ‘Unlock’.
(see menu plan 4.2)
Select the lock
Select the user number
Enter the unlock code
The entry consists of 6 numbers
Enter a further
Unlock code, when
The 4-eye code is activated..
When time delay is activated
Display of the
Confirming the selected lock
After the time delay has expired
the release time starts.
Within this time window
a further unlocking code
must be entered.
open
please wait
open
lock open 01
After the system lock has been unlocked,
the system may be configured.
open
system unlocked
Automatic return after 3 seconds
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5.2. Closing a Lock
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close
lock 01
close
Please wait
Select the menu item “Close”
(see menu plan, 4.2.)
Select a lock
Lock locks
close
lock closed 01
close
system locked
With the lock closed,
the system cannot be re-configured
Automatic return after 3 seconds
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5.3. Status Request of a Lock/ version request
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Status / Info
Status / Info
Lock closed 01
Select the menu item “Status”
(see menu plan 4.2.)
The status of the selected
component is displayed.
Version query
SW version : TS01
Lock
SW version : S01
With 2 locks in the system, the version of the
second lock also is on display.
Automatic return after 3 seconds
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5.4. Responses
Unlocking Messages
open
time lock week
No unlocking possible, because the current time is not
within the time window defined in the weekly program.
open
time lock day
No unlocking possible, because the current date coincides
with the date of a defined special day.
open
locking period
No unlocking possible, because the blocking time program
is active.
open
part blocking
No unlocking possible, because the chosen lock is partly
blocked.
Open cancel
Blocking time
An active timer program is cancelled by activating the
input TIMEOUT in the secured area.
open
terminal switch
The control unit was switched or re-initialized.
open
! manipulation !
At the last code entry, a user entered a wrong code more
than three times.
! Attention!
Restart or
currentless
The system has either been restarted or the power supply
has been interrupted.
Status messages
system check
failure Bus A
Lock can no longer be addressed at
bus A.
Please call customer service !
system check
failure Bus B
Lock can no longer be addressed at
bus B.
Please call customer service !
system check
failure motor A
Final bolt position of the lock at bus A is not
accessible.
Please call customer service !
system check
failure motor B
Final bolt position of the lock at bus B is not
accessible.
Please call customer service !
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System check
failure motor AB
Status
DMS XX Error
Final bolt position of the lock is not accessible at bus A
or bus B.
Please call customer service !
General lock fault.
Please call customer service !
General Error Messages
. . . . . .
invalid code
Code entry incorrect.
Please enter correct code!
. . . . . .
invalid input
Incorrect or invalid entry.
Check entry and retry!
. . . . . .
failure BUS A
Addressed component at bus A does not respond.
Please call customer service !
. . . . . .
failure BUS B
. . . . . .
failure motor AB
. . . . . .
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Please call customer service !
Error when unlocking/locking a lock.
Please call customer service !
Error during communication between control unit and lock.
Please call customer service !
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6. Programming the System with the Control Unit
The following functions and settings can be performed using the control unit:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Reprogram master code
Reprogram manager code
Program user codes
Delete a user code
Display a programmed User code
Activate/deactivate code linkage
Date/Time
Program unlocking delay
Program silent alarm
Program parallel code
Activate lock I/O, TwinXT
Write configuration and log to chip card
Read configuration from chip card
Import new system language
Automatic locking with door switch
Some of these functions and all others can be implemented by means of the
Configuration Set TwinComm.
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6.1. Reprogramming a Master Code
configuration
Mastercodes
Select the menu item “Master Code”
(see menu plan, 4.2.)
configuration
lock 01
Select lock
Mastercodes
Code:******
Enter the master code
Schlosses eingeben
Mastercodes
Please wait
Evaluate the entry
New M-Code
Code:******
Enter the new master code
Of the selected lock
Confirm Code
Code:******
Reconfirm the new master
Code once more
New M-Code
Please wait
New M-Code
Saved
Save the new code
Action completed
Automatic return after 3 seconds
Besides the normal unlocking authorization, the master code is also authorized to
program the user codes.
When entering the code, the user = 00 is the master.
ACHTUNG:
The default code 1 2 3 4 5 6 is pre-programmed for the master of
each lock. For safety reasons, the master codes of the individual
locks must be changed immediately.
When programming the code make sure that the new unlocking
code is checked repeatedly while the safe is open.
Do not use personal data when programming unlocking codes!
Loosing a master code can have very costly consequences!!!
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6.2. Reprogramming the Manager Code
configuration
Manager Code
configuration
lock 01
Select the menu item 'Managercode'
(see menu plan, 4.2.)
Select the lock
Manager code
Code:******
Enter the Manager Code of the
Selectec lock
Manager Code
Please wait
Evaluate the entry
New Manager Code
Code:******
Confirm Code
Code:******
Enter the new manager code
of the selected lock
Confirm new manager code
again
New Manager Code
Please wait
Save the new code
New Manager Code
Saved
Action completed
Automatic return after 3 seconds
The manager code does not have any opening authorization.
It does grant authorization to configure the system. When the code is entered, the
user using this code is identified to be the system manager.
ACHTUNG:
The default code 1 1 1 1 1 1 is pre-programmed for the manager.
For safety reasons, the master codes of the individual locks
should be changed immediately.
Do not use personal data!
The master code of lock 01 is also called the system code!!!
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6.3. Programming and Reprogramming of a User Code
The programming of the user codes is just possible if the locks are open.
configuration
usercodes
usercodes
programming
Usercodes
lock 01
Select the menu item 'User Codes'
(see menu plan, 4.2.)
Select programming
Select the lock
old M/U code
user: xx
Enter the user number.
old M/U code
code:******
Enter the old unlocking code
(user codes)
or master code
programming
user no.: xx
new usercodes
code:******
confirm code
code:******
Enter the user number of the user code
to be programmed
Enter the new unlocking code
Re-enter the new unlocking
code
usercodes
please wait
usercode xx
saved
The new user code is
saved
Automatic return after 3 seconds
User codes
A user can reprogram his/her user code autonomously. Otherwise, the user only has
an unlocking authorization.
When a user code is programmed for the first time, the master code has to be
entered first.
Attention:
When programming the code you must see to it that the new
unlocking code is checked repeatedly while the safe is open.
Do not use personal data when programming a code
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6.4. Delete a user code
usercodes
delete
delete
lock 01
Select menu item ‘Delete user
codes’ (see menu diagram, 4.2.)
Select lock
Code entry
user no.: 00
Enter the user number 00
for the master code
old M/U code
code:******
Enter the master code of the
selected lock
delete
user no.: xx
Select the user
to be deleted
delete
please wait
The selected user is
deleted
usercode xx
deleted
Action completed
Automatic return after 3 seconds
Only the according owner of the master code can delete user codes. This action is
saved in the event log.
The function itself can only be performed at the control unit.
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6.5. Display the Programmed User Codes
Usercodes
Anzeige Usercode
Usercodes
Schloss 01
Mastercodes
Code:******
Mastercodes
Bitte warten
Prog.U-Codes 03
U-Code 01: OK
Select the menu item ‘Display User Code’
( see menu plan 4.2
Select the lock
Enter the master code of the
selected lock
Evaluate the entry
Navigate through the user numbers
Use the arrow keys (< >)
Terminate with ENTER/CLEAR
Display the Programmed User Codes
For each lock, the users can be displayed, which were entered in it. This means that
not the codes themselves are displayed, but the status (programmed, not
programmed).
The display of a programmed user code can only take place by entering the
according master code of the lock.
Prog.U-Codes 03
Usercode 01: OK
Comment:
1. line:
Number of programmed user codes for this lock
e.g. progr. u codes 03: Three user codes are
programmed all in all
2. line: Displays which user code is programmed:
OK = programmed
NOK = not programmed
e.g. u code 01: OK
User code 01 is programmed
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6.6. Setting the Date, Time and Weekday
configuration
date/time
System Code
Code:******
System code
Please wait
time: 10:01 Mo
date: 20.12.07
time: 12:00 Mo
date: 18.08.07
date/time
saved
Select the menu item 'Date/Time'
(see menu plan 4.2)
Enter system code
Evaluate the entry
Select time-date/weekday
Display current settings
Activate the entry with enter
Set the day of the week with menu keys
Re-enter date,
time or weekday
Action completed
Date/Time
The date/time/weekday can only be changed by the owner of the system code. This
action is saved in the event log.
Attention:
The correct setting of the date/time/weekday is the basis for all
timer programs in the system or the event log to run properly.
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6.7. Code Linkage Programming (Four-Eye-Code)
configuration
code linkage
System code
Code:******
Menu item 'Code Linkage'
select
(see menu plan 4.2)
Enter system code
System code
Please wait
Evaluation of the entry
code linkage
*=yes *=No
Select the
linkage type
code linkage
deleted
1 User
code linkage
saved
Action completed
2 User
Automatic return after 3 seconds
Code linkage
When code linkage was selected (four-eye code), the lock can only be unlocked or
programmed by entering 2 codes. The arrangement of the 2 codes is random.
The function applies to the entire system, i.e. each lock must be unlocked with 2
codes, when code linkage is activated.
The programming of this function can only be performed by the owner of the system
code and is saved in the event log!
After the 4-eyes principle has been activated, the system code also has to be entered
in connection with a second code (user code) for programming.
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6.8. Program Unlocking Time Delay
Select the menu item ‘Delay’
(see menu plan 4.2)
configuration
Delay
Delay
Lock 01
When several locks are available
In the system, select one lock
Master code
Code:******
Enter the master code of the
Selected lock
Master code
Please wait
Evaluate the entry
Master code
Please wait
Delay
time:00 free:00
Display current settings
Start the entry with ENTER.
Delay
time:04 free:05
Enter the new end time
Delay
saved
Delay.
Deleted
Action completed
Automatic return after 3 seconds
Time Delay for Unlocking:
This function delays the unlocking procedure when the code is entered correctly. The
time is entered in minutes (00-99). A time delay can be entered for each lock.
Release time:
The release time is used to safeguard the time delay. If a release time was
programmed (e.g. >00), a correct unlocking code must be entered after the time
delay has expired, to finally open the lock.
The release time is set in minutes (00-99) and specifies the period, during which the
user can re-enter the unlocking code after the time delay has expired. If no release
was programmed (00), the lock will open without re-entering the code after the time
delay has expired.
The programming of this function can only be performed by the owner of the system
code and is saved in the event log!
Factory setting:
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6.9. Program Opening Duress (Forced Sequence)
Select the menu item ’Opening duress’
(see menu diagram / see above)
configuration
Opening duress
System code
Code:******
Enter system code
Systemcode
Please wait
Evaluate the entry
Forced sequence
*= Yes *=No
Display of the current setting
and definition of the new condition
Forced sequence
Saved
Action completed
Automatic return after 3 seconds
Opening Duress (Forced Sequence)
Programming the function 'Opening Duress' determines the unlocking or locking
sequence.
The system is in unlocked state only when all locks are open. It will be in a locked
state if all locks are closed.
Opening sequence:
Locking sequence:
lock 1, lock 2 (system unblocked)
lock 2, lock 1 (system locked)
The programming of this function can only be performed by the owner of the system
code and is saved in the event log!
Factory setting:
No opening duress, no forced sequence (= No).
Note:
This function is only possible with a 2-lock system.
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6.10. Program silent alarm
configuration
Silent alarm
System Code
Code:******
System Code
Please wait
Silent alarm
*=yes *=No
Silent alarm
Alarm delay 00
Silent alarm
Saved
Select the menu item 'Silent alarm'
(see menu plan 4.2)
Enter system code
Evaluate the entry
Display of the current setting
and selection of the new condition
Enter the unlocking delay time
Silent alarm
Deleted
Action completed
Automatic return after 3 seconds
Silent alarm
A silent alarm is indicated via the alarm output of the arming device (relay output).
When the function is activated, a silent alarm is triggered by entering a valid
unlocking code (last code digit +1, see example) and stored in the event log.
A time delay can be set (00-99 min), which is only activated during the triggering of
an alarm. The defined release time of the programmed „normal“ time delay is used as
release time.
The function 'Silent alarm' can only be performed by the owner of the system code
and is saved in the event log.
Example:
User code: 1-2-3-4-5-6 >> alarm code 1-2-3-4-5-7
(9 becomes 0!)
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6.11. Programming activation of TwinXT lock I/O
configuration
lock I/O
Systemcode
Code:******
Select the menu item 'Lock I/O'
(see menu plan 4.2 )
Enter manager code
Systemcode
Please wait
Evaluate the entry
locj I/O
*=yes
*=No
Activate TwinXT
Door switch
*=yes
*=No
Activation of the function:
Automatic locking via door switch
lock I/O
saved
Action completed
Automatic return after 3 seconds
Lock I/O
The inputs or outputs of the locks can be programmed by means of the system code
The following functionality (blocking element) can be achieved:
Input functions:
* Locking feature (contact for external release/blocking of the lock)
* Locking after bolt contact query
Output functions:
* Silent alarm (relay contact for silent alarm messages)
* Display of the lock bolt position (relay contact)
This programming action is saved in the event log!
Factory setting:
TwinXT inactive
Release and bolt system contact = high active
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6.12. Reset the Input Unit
Select the menu item 'System Reset'
(see menu plan 4.2.)
System
Reset
System code
Code:******
Enter system code
System code
Please wait
Evaluate the entry
Reset
saved
Action completed
Automatic return after 3 seconds
System reset:
Only the owner of the manager code can perform the system reset. The following
settings are reset to factory defaults:
Unlocking delay
System line
Battery warning limit
Code linkage
Locks
Parallel code
Forced Sequence
/ Opening Duress
Quick unlocking code
Inactive
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8,0V
1 User
0
Inactive
Inactive
user 09
Only the control unit is reset. This means that all settings which are stored in the
control unit are reset to factory defaults. The locks are not reset during this procedure
and therefore maintain their allocations.
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After a control unit has been reset, it is restarted. The system sends a prompt for reregistering.
System-Setup
New system
To re-integrate the existing locks into the system, the menu item “Terminal switch”
must be activated using the arrow keys.
System setup
Terminal switch
System-Setup
Terminal No.: 01<
System Setup
No. DMS : 01<
System code
Code: ******
Serial number
Please wait
Serial number
saved
Switch to “Terminal switch”.
Acknowledge with Enter
Select the number of the control unit.
Acknowledge with Enter.
(Usually always: 01)
Select the number of locks
available in the system.
Acknowledge with Enter.
To assign a serial number, the system
code of the lock or locks must be
entered (e.g.1 1 1 1 1 1).
The serial number is transmitted to the
lock.
The serial number has been stored in the lock.
For the 2nd lock, the master code of lock 2 has to be entered.
After all data is entered, a system check is performed and the system is operational.
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6.13. Lock Motor Service
Service
Motor-Service
Motor service
Lock 01
Select the menu item 'Motor service'
(see menu plan 4.2)
Select the lock
Master code
Code:******
Enter the master code of the
selected lock
Master code
Please wait
Evaluate the entry
Motor service
<=Open Closed=>
Open and close gradually
Cancel with ENTER/CLEAR
Automatic return after 150 seconds
Gradual opening and closing:
With this function, the lock can be opened and closed gradually for service purposes.
This function can only be activated or performed by the owner of the according
master code of the according lock. The user has 150 seconds to the next motor step.
If no key is pressed, the function is cancelled.
The gradual opening or closing of the lock bolt is only meant for service purposes
and can only be performed in an unlocked system state.
After this function is completed, it is stored in the event log.
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6.14. Register/Replace Locks in the System
Service
Reg. lock
Select the menu item ‘Reg. lock’
(see menu plan 4.2)
System code
Code:******
Enter system code
System code
Please wait
Evaluate the entry
SReg. lock
New lock
Reg. lock
Replace lock
Replace lock
Lock 01
!!Bus cable on!!
System code
Code: ******
Serial number
Please wait
Reg. lock
Lock 02 OK
Selection:
or
Re-register
replace a lock
Select the lock to
be replaced
Connect both bus cables of the according
lock to TwinConnect
and acknowledge with ENTER
To allocate the serial number, the system code
of the new lock must be entered.
(1 1 1 1 1 1)
The serial number is transferred to the lock
Detect and initialize the lock
Acknowledge the lock number
Automatic return after 3 seconds
Re-registering/replacing of locks:
Only the owner of the system code can re-register or replace a lock. This action is
stored in the event log.
A maximum of 2 locks can be registered!
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6.15. Write Log and Configuration to Chip Card
TwinLock compact
Import / Export
Systemcode
Code:******
System code
Please wait
Import / Export
Daten - Export
Data export
Insert card
Data export
Configuration
Write data
>>>>>>
Daten - Export
Remove card
Select the menu item 'Import / Export'
(see menu plan 4.2)
Enter System Code
Evaluate the entry
Select data export
with the menu keys
Insert the TwinCard configuration
Select Export configuration
Data is written to the
chip card
Remove card
The data can be read by means of the Configuration set TwinComm and can be
processed further.
The data export procedure is stored in the event log.
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6.16. Write Log and Configuration to Chip Card
*** TwinLock ***
Import / Export
System code
Code:********
System code
Please wait
Import / Export
Data - Export
Data export
Insert card
Data export
Configuration
Write data
>>>>>>
Data export
Remove card
Select the menu item 'Import / Export'
(see menu plan 4.2/ see above)
Enter system
code
Evaluate the entry
Select data export
with the menu keys
Insert the TwinCard configuration
Select Export configuration
Data is written to the
chip card
Remove card
The data can be read by means of the Configuration set TwinComm and can be
processed further.
The data export procedure is stored in the event log.
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6.17. Read New System Language
To switch the language of your system, you need an according TwinCard language.
The language cards can be ordered on request.
*** TwinLock ***
Import / Export
System code
Code:********
System code
Please wait
Import / Export
Data import
Select the menu item 'Import / Export'
(see menu plan 4.2)
Enter system
code
Evaluate the entry
Select data import
with the menu keys
Insert the TwinCard language
Data import
Insert card
Select Export configuration
Data import
Language
Data is read from the chip card
into the system
Read data
>>>>>>
Remove card
Data import
Remove card
The data import procedure is stored in the event log.
The new language is activated immediately after the card has been read
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6.18. Ignore Bolt System Position Switch
System
Central inactive
Central inactive
*= Yes *=No
Central inactive
Stored
Select "Yes“
The setting is stored
The bolt system position switch, which may be connected to TwinAlarm or TwinXT, is
ignored for one locking procedure.
This means that the system can still be locked properly even if the switch is
damaged.
Note:
In any case, the customer service should be informed!
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6.19. Activate Parallel Code
Settings
Parallel code
Systemcode
Code:******
Enter system code
System code
Please wait
Evaluate the entry
Parallel code
*= Yes *=No
Parllel code
Saved
Display of the current setting
and selection of the new condition
Save setting
Action completed
Notes:
Only possible, if there are 2 or 3 locks in the system
Unlocking procedure:
During the unlocking procedure, the status of lock 01 is queried first. If
lock 01 is closed, an unlocking code must be entered without selecting
lock 01 beforehand. If lock 01 is open, the condition of lock 02 is
automatically queried. When lock 02 is closed, an unlocking code must
be entered without selecting lock 02 beforehand. Lock 02 unlocks.
Programming of the codes
In all locks, the same codes must be programmed for the according users,
e.g.
User 08:
Code: Lock 1: 080808
Code: Lock 2: 080808
Notes:
1. For this functionality, the explicit four-eye code (code linkage) is deactivated.
2. This function is only approved for 2 lock operation.
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6.20. Automatic Locking
The TwinLock system can be automatically locked using a door switch or a bolt
system position switch. The switch is connected to a TwinXT or TwinAlarm system,
depending on the system variant.
In idle state (display off), the door or bolt system switch is queried periodically.
Pressing the key will automatically lock the system.
Connection to TwinXT
The following connections and settings must be performed:
-
-
-
Connect the switch at the terminals of the bolt system position switch (see
assembly instructions). For a two lock system, the terminals of the bolt
system position switch must be bridged for lock 1 and 2.
Activate TwinXT (via the menu or the PC software)
Set the forced sequence (via the menu or the PC software TwinComm)
Setting the switching status for the locking (via PC software TwinComm)
Active low => when the contact is closed -> System locks
Active high => when the contact is open -> System locks
Setting: Automatic locking with door switch (via PC software TwinComm)
Optional: Combination with partial blocking time (via PC software
TwinComm)
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7. Programming the System with the PC Software
TwinComm
TwinCard
- Configuration -
The following functions can be performed with the configuration software TwinComm.
General settings
• Silent alarm, alarm delay
• TwinXT active
• Automatic switching to daylight savings time
• Quick unlocking code
• Four-eye-principle
• Parallel code
• Lock after bolt system contact query
• Automatic locking with door switch
• Quick unlocking code
• System line
• Battery warning limit
Timer Programs
• Alarm time delay
• Time delay, release time
Managing functions
• Customer data
• User data
• Menu simulator and menu wizard
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7.1. General Operation
License chip card
To active the PC software you will need a license chip card, which is a part of the
scope of delivery of the configuration set. After TwinComm is started, this card must
be inserted into the chip card reader.
After the license chip card has been read, the according locking system can be
selected. (-> TwinLock compact)
Start screen
Before the chip card reader is used, the serial interface to which the reader is
connected must be activated.
The setting is done in the menu “Chip card -> Configure“. Or the user is prompted
to select the interface when the PC software starts for the first time.
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To read the data from the chip card “
TwinCard configuration“, it must be inserted
into the chip card reader. Then push the button
“Read chip card".
To save the data to the chip card
“TwinCard configuration“, it must be
inserted into the chip card reader.
Then push the button “Write chip card".
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7.2. Programming of General Settings
Code linkage
Programming the four-eye code principle
For unlocking and programming, 2 code entries
each are required
Activate TwinXT
Lock I/O. The inputs and outputs of the extension
unit TwinXT are activated and queried.
TwinXT must be activated for the function of
automatic locking with door switch.
Parallel code
Only possible, if there are 2 or 3 locks in the system
Unlocking procedure:
During the unlocking procedure, the status of lock
01 is queried first. When lock 01 is closed, an
unlocking code must be entered without selecting
lock 01 beforehand.
When lock 01 is open, the condition of lock 02 is
queried automatically. When lock 02 is closed, an
unlocking code must be entered without selecting
lock 02 beforehand. Lock 02 unlocks.
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Programming of the codes
In all locks, the same codes must be programmed
for the according users, e.g.
user 08:
Code : lock 1 : 080808
Code : lock 2 : 080808
Notes:
1. For this functionality, the explicit four-eye code
(code linkage) is deactivated.
2. This function is only approved for 2 locks
operation.
Quick unlocking code
A user code that skips the unlocking delay can be
defined as quick unlocking code.
General
not with TwinLock compact
except for forced sequence
Forced sequence /
Opening Duress
programmable, i.e. the unlocking and locking
sequence.
Unlocking: Lock 01 -> Lock 02
Locking:
Lock 02 -> Lock 01
Battery warning limit:
With this function, the threshold of the battery
warning can be set between 6.8 V and 9.3 V.
Critical dropping of the supply voltage is
automatically detected and the following message
is displayed:
*** TwinLock ***
!!! Low Batt !!!
Switching to
Daylight savings time:
Automatic locking
a door switch
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The time is automatically switched at the last
weekend in March and at the last weekend in
October.
Automatic locking with
bolt system or door switch.
For this action, the function TwinXT active must be
programmed.
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Manual locking after
bolt system query
Before the locking procedure, the position of the
bolt system is queried using a switch. For this
action, the functions TwinXT active must be
programmed.
TwinAlarm active
not with TwinLock compact
Silent alarm
Activate silent alarm, time delay
01-99 minutes
BAS level
not with TwinLock compact
Arming with code card
not with TwinLock compact
System line:
The system line is displayed in the 1st. line of the
main menu, on the display of the control unit. It can
be changed and set as required anytime.
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7.3. Programming the Unlocking Delay
For each lock, an unlocking delay of 01 – 99 minutes can be programmed. A release
time of 01 – 15 minutes can be programmed as well, during which a code entry must
take place after the unlocking delay has expired.
Unlocking delay = 00
Release time = 00
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No code entry after unlocking delay
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7.4. Display Event Log
The following events are logged:
All unlocking and locking procedures and all code entries are logged. Furthermore, all
configuration procedures and manipulation attempts are logged.
The log list can be printed on a connected printer or saved and archived in a file.
Use the button “Update user” to display the according user names after the log is
being read, if the users were entered.
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7.5. User Data Management
Each user of
the lock can be
allocated a
name which is
also saved in
the event log.
The user
overview can be
printed or saved
for
administrative
purposes.
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7.6. Customer Data Management
Customer data can be saved and archived for each programming. This means that
an individual configuration file can be created for each customer.
This file can be read also at a later date.
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8. Technical Data
Input Unit: FlatControl
Power supply:
Current consumption:
Dimensions:
Environment:
Protection class:
Schloss : TwinLock compact
Power supply:
Current consumption:
Dimensions:
Environment:
Protection class:
9 VDC
Alternatively, power supply unit 12 VDC via
TwinConnect
Alternatively emergency power supply via mini DC
jack
Stand-by condition:
approx. 30 µA
Input condition (display active) approx. 55mA
3.54 x 2.40 x 1.34 inches (L x W x H)
32°F - 122°F, 75% RH
Environment class II according to VdS
IP 30
9VDC
Idle state:
ca. 40µA
Motor operation (without bolt load):approx. 110 mA
90 x 61 x 34 mm (L x B x H)
0-50°C, 75% r.F
Umweltklasse II nach VdS
IP 30
Bus distributor: TwinConnect
Power Supply
12 VDC (optional)
Current consumption
For power supply operation 12 VDC: Approx. 9 mA
Only as distributor:
0 mA
Dimensions:
3.94 x 2.36 x 0.98 inches (L x W x H)
Environment:
32°F - 122°F, 75% RH
Environment class II according to VdS
Protection class:
IP 30
Extension Unit: TwinXT
Power Supply
Current consumption
Dimensions:
Environment:
Protection class:
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Only for output relay operation
For power supply operation 12 VDC:Approx. 20 mA
Per relay
Only when the inputs are used:
0 mA
3.94 x 2.36 x 0.98 inches (L x W x H)
32°F - 122°F, 75% RH
Environment class II according to VdS
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Revision History
Version
1.00
1.01
1.02
1.03
1.04
1.05
1.06
Date
04.07.05
08.05.06
04.10.06
30.10.06
07.12.06
15.09.08
Modification
First edition
Update
New name TwinLock compact
Update
update TwinCards
Update
Update user terminal and number of users
Name
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MR
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Support / Hotline
Carl Wittkopp GmbH & Co. KG
Sternbergstr. 5
D – 42551 Velbert
Tel.: +49(0)2051 – 9566-0
Fax.: +49(0)2051 – 9566-66
www.cawi.com
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INSYS Microelectronics GmbH
Waffnergasse 8
D – 93047 Regensburg
Tel.: +49(0)941 – 58692-22
Fax.: +49(0)941 – 563471
www.insys-security.de
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