MA500 Access Control System User Manual
Access Control
Installation Guide & User Manual
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Table of contents
Installation Guide
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Equipment Installation ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….......…i
Structure and Function …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….........…ii
Lock Connection …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….......…....ii
Connected with Other Parts …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...…......…iv
Connected with Power …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..... iv
Wiegand Output……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..…..….... iv
Communication ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…........v
User Manual
1. User Management................................................................................................................................................. 1
1.1 Administrator Operations ........................................................................................................................... 1
 Change Administrator Password.......................................................................................................... 2
 Open the Door by Entering the Administrator Password ...................................................................... 2
 Forgot the Password by Administrator................................................................................................. 2
1.2 Add Users ................................................................................................................................................... 3
 Batch registration (add series cards) .................................................................................................... 3
 Backup registered user ........................................................................................................................ 4
1.3 User Authentication ................................................................................................................................... 4
1.4 Delete Users ............................................................................................................................................... 5
 Delete a User ...................................................................................................................................... 5
 Delete All Users................................................................................................................................... 6
2. Access Control Management ................................................................................................................................. 6
2.1 Configure Unlocking Duration ..................................................................................................................... 6
2.2 Configure Authentication Mode ................................................................................................................. 7
2.3 Configure Stealth Mode.............................................................................................................................. 7
2.4 Configure Door Sensor Mode ..................................................................................................................... 8
2.5 Configure Alarm ......................................................................................................................................... 8
 Configure Error Operation-Triggered Alarm ......................................................................................... 9
 Configure Tamper Alarm ..................................................................................................................... 9
 Configure Delay for the Door Status Sensor ........................................................................................ 10
FAQ .......................................................................................................................................................................... 11
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1. Equipment Installation
Wall mount installation
(1)Paste the mounting template (2)Remove the screws on (3)Take away the back plate. (4)Fix the back plate on
on the wall. Drill the holes the bottom of device.
the solid wall according
according to the marks on the
to the mounting paper.
template. (holes for screws and
wiring).
(5)Fix the device to the back plate.
(6)Tighten the screws at the
bottom of the device.
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Note: If it is not possible to drill
on the hollow wall, please select
a plastic box instead of iron plate.
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2. Structure and Function
Access Control System Function:
(1) If a registered user is verified, the device will trigger
the lock control relay to open the door.
(2) The door sensor will detect the on-off state. If the
door is unexpectedly opened or improperly closed,
the alarm relay will be triggered.
(3) If the device is illegally removed, the alarm relay will
be triggered.
(4) External reader is supported.
(5) External exit button is supported.
(6) RS485, TCP/IP communication are supported. One
PC can manage multiple devices.
3. Lock Connection
Warning: Do not operate with Power connected.
(1) The system supports NO LOCK and NC LOCK. It is supposed to connect with different terminals.
(2)When the Electrical Lock is connected to the Access Control System, to prevent the
self-inductance EMF feedback to the system, please connect one FR107 diode (shipped in the
package) in parallel with the connection. NB: Do not reverse the polarities!
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(I) Share power with the lock:
+
-
Red
+12V
Black
GND
-
Red
+12V
Black
GND
DC 12V
DC 12V
White
SEN
Black
GND
Gray
FR107
-
+
NO LOCK
BUT
FR107
White
SEN
Black
GND
Gray
BUT
Blue
NO
Red
COM
Blue
NO
Red
COM
Yellow
NC
Yellow
NC
Orange
AL-
Orange
AL-
Orange
AL+
Orange
AL+
+
-
NC LOCK
+
Device share power with the lock:
ULOCK=12V, I-ILOCK>1A……;
And the lock is near to the device.
(II) Separate power for both device and lock:
+12V
GND
+
DC 12V
DC 12V
+
DC power
-
+
+
-
FR107
White
SEN
Black
GND
Gray
BUT
Blue
NO
Red
COM
Yellow
NC
Orange
AL-
Orange
AL+
+
FR107
NO LOCK
+
DC power
+
-
Red
Black
Red
+12V
Black
GND
-
+
White
SEN
Black
GND
Gray
NO
Red
COM
Yellow
NC
Orange
AL-
Orange
AL+
NC LOCK
①: ‘I’: device output current, ‘ULOCK’: lock voltage, ‘ILOCK’: lock current.
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BUT
Blue
Device separate power with the lock:
A. ULOCK =12V I-ILOCK ≤1A;
B. ULOCK ≠12V; C. The lock is far
apart from the device.
D. We suggest user select “separate
power for both device and lock”.
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4. Connected with Other Parts
5. Connected with Power
The device working voltage is DC 12V,
electric current is 500mA (50mA for
standby current). Positive is connected
with ‘+12V’, negative is connect with
‘GND’.
(Do not reverse the polarities).
6. Wiegand Output
The device supports standard Wiegand output, it is able to connect with various third party access
control panel, which has Wiegand input.
(1)Do not exceed 90m (meters) distance between the Device and Access Control Lock OR Card reader.
(In the case of long distance installation, use the Wiegand Signal Extender, to minimize interference.)
(2)To keep a balanced and stable Wiegand signal, connect the device, access control lock or card
reader on the same "GND"(ground) port.
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7. Communication
There are two modes that the PC software communicate and exchange information with the device:
RS485 and TCP/IP, and supports remote control.
(1) RS485 Mode:
Please use specified RS485 wire, RS232/485 active converter,
which consists of bus-type wiring. If the communication wire is
longer than 100 meters, you need to parallel a terminal resistance
on the receiving end, and resistance value is about 120Ω(ohm).
RS485 Reader Function:
Equipment supports RS485 reader function, can be through the RS485 communication connected to
FR1200 reader which is for slaver achieves RS485 Anti-passback function. If RS485 of device is used
for connecting with RS485 slave reader, then RS485 communication to PC is disabled.
Diagram of the device connect to reader as below (The device act master):
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Diagram of the device connect to controller as below:
Set the 485 address (device number) by Access3.5 software.
(2) TCP/IP Mode:
(A)Cross-Over cable: the device connects to PC
directly
(B)Straight-through: The device and PC
are connected to Switch.
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Instructions
Recommended Procedure:
Step 1: Install the device and power on.
Step 2: The administrator password is authenticated and changed.
Step 3: Register users' fingerprints, cards, or passwords.
Step 4: Configure access control parameters, including configuring the unlocking duration,
authentication mode, stealth mode, door status sensor mode, and alarm.
Note: The function like multi-card opening, first-card normal opening, register users, delete
users, anti-pass back and so on in the access control system, refers to setting of Access3.5
software.
Operation Instructions
To enter into the system setting mode, first press * #, then enter system password and press #
subsequently to enter into system setting mode. When entered into system setting mode, the
status light (green) will be on with a beep sound.
Users should enter any functional selections within 20 seconds. The reader will automatically
terminate the system setting mode function after 20 seconds.
The function of * key and # key: While the device is in the state of awaiting verification, press *
key to enter the system, then press # key to confirm; while operating, press * to exit.
Note:
1. Four-digit passwords are automatically verified. For passwords with less than four digits, press # to
enter the verification process.
2. The initial administrator password is 1234. You are advised to change the initial password at the
beginning.
1. User Management
1.1 Administrator Operations
To ensure the security of the data in device, you can operate the device only after the
administrator password is authenticated.
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 Change Administrator Password
1. Enter “* #”
System password
“ #”
2. Press [8].
(The indicator turns green and
makes a beep.)
3. Enter a new administrator
password.
Failed.
(The indicator turns red
and makes three beeps.)
6. Exit. (The device automatically exits
the process when the operation is
completed.)
5. Succeeded.
(The indicator turns green and
makes a long beep.)
YES
4. Enter the new
administrator password again
for authentication.
 Open the Door by Entering the Administrator Password
1. Enter “* #”
system password
“#”
2. Press [0] or[#].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
5. Exit.
(The indicator turns red and device automatically
exits the process when the operation is
completed.)
3. Press [0] or [#].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
4. The door is opened.
(The indicator turns green and
makes a long beep.)
Note: This function can be used to open the door. “#” key: Confirmation key.
 Forgot the Administrator password
If the administrator password is forgotten, you can swap the magnet tamper switch three times
after the alarm being triggered 30 seconds but no more than 60 seconds to restore initial
administrator password. Meanwhile, it can restore factory settings, such as device number, IP
address etc. (There is a long beep after 30 seconds of the tamper state.)
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1.2 Add Users
Register the fingerprint or card of a user or register cards in batches.
 Add Users
1. Enter “* #”
system password
“#”
2. Press [1].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3.Enter a user ID
Failed.
(The indicator turns red and
makes three beeps.)
6. Exit.
(Press * to exit.)
5. Adding Users is successful.
(The indicator turns green and
makes a long beep.)
YES
4. Register fingerprints or cards.
(Press a finger three times to get a
fingerprint or swipe the card once.)
Note:
1. In the process of entering the user ID, 9 digits are verified automatically. For numbers with less
than 9 digits, press # to enter the verification process.
2. If the process of registering fingerprint or card is failed, you can register the user again after the
device indicator turns green. Registered users must not be registered again.
3. Password registration: please refer to Backup registered user.
 Batch registration (add series cards)
1. Enter “* #”
system password
“#”
2. Press [6].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3.Enter a user ID
4. Swipe the first card once
only.
Failed.
(The indicator turns red
and makes three
beeps.)
7. Exit.
(The device automatically exits the process
when the operation is completed.)
YES
6. Cards are successfully registered in YES
5. Enter the total number of
batches.(The indicator turns green
cards.
and makes a beep.)
Note:
1. In the process of entering the user ID, 9 digits are verified automatically. For numbers with less
than 9 digits, press # to enter the verification process. If the use ID exists, the indicator turns red
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and makes three beeps.
2. In the process of entering the total number of cards (0~999), three-digit numbers are
automatically verified. For numbers with less than three digits, press # to enter the verification
process. Press * to re-enter the total number of cards.
3. You must clear all the registered users before registering cards in batches. IDs of
to-be-registered cards must be consecutive numbers.
 Backup registered user
1. Enter “* #”
system password
“#”
2. Press [3].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3.Enter a user ID, press the
fingerprint or swipe the card
Failed.
(The indicator turns red
and makes three beeps.)
6. Exit
(Press * to exit.)
4. Backup fingerprint,
password or card.
YES
5. Succeeded
(The indicator turns green and
makes a long beep.)
Note:
1. You can enter a user ID, press the fingerprint or swipe the card to backup registered user. The user ID,
fingerprint or card must be registered, if it is not, the indicator turns red and makes three beeps.
2. Backup fingerprint and password, it will backup fingerprint when you press the fingerprint, and if
you input numbers, it will backup the password. The indicator turns green and makes a long beep
means it is successful. If it is failed, it will turn red and makes three beeps.
3. One time only backup one user. Press * to exit.
4. You can register password in step 4.
1.3 User Authentication
Authenticate Users' Fingerprint/Card/Password
After the device is powered on, it is in standby mode, for user authentication and unlocking the
door.
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1. The device is in the
authentication state.
2. Press fingerprint, swipe card, or YES
enter password. Press # after
entering a password.
3. The authentication is successful
(The indicator turns green.)
Failed.
(The indicator turns red
and makes two beeps.)
Note:
1. Press # after entering a user ID for authentication, then entering a password, after that press #.
2. Duress password and Emergency password: First press #, enter a password, after that press #
(You can configure the duress password and the emergency password by Access3.5 software).
3. You can open the door with the duress password when verification is password allowed only.
1.4 Delete Users
Delete a user whose fingerprint or card is registered, or delete all users.
 Delete a User
1. Enter “* #”
system password
“#”
2. Press[2].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3. Enter a user ID, press the
fingerprint, or swipe the
card.
Failed.
(The indicator turns red
and makes three beeps.)
6. Exit.
(Press * or do not operate
the device within 20
seconds.)
5. The user is deleted.(The
indicator turns green and
makes a long beep.)
YES
4. Determine whether the
user is authentic.
Note:
1. You can enter a user ID, press the fingerprint or swipe the card to delete the user. The user ID,
fingerprint or card must be registered, if it is not, the indicator turns red and makes three beeps. In the
process of entering user IDs, 9 digit IDs are automatically verified. For IDs with less than 9 digits,
press # to enter the verification process.
2. The device automatically enters the process of deleting the next user when a user is deleted,
and the indicator turns green and makes a long beep.
3. Press* to exit.
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 Delete All Users
1. Enter “* #”
system password
“#”
2. Press[9].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
5. Exit.
(The device automatically exits the process
when the operation is completed.)
3.Press[9]
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
4. Deleting All Users is successful.
(The indicator turns green and makes a
long beep.)
Note:
1. When it passes, the indicator turns green and buzzer rings. Then the indicator turns red and the
buzzer rings again, that means the device is out of setting mode.
2. If you do not press 9 for the second time, the indicator turns red and makes three beeps, after
that, the indicator turns red and makes a long beep, and the device exits the process.
2. Access Control Management
2.1 Configure Unlocking Duration
1. Enter “* #”
system password
“#”
2. Press [4].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
5.Exit.
(The device automatically exits the process
when the operation is completed.)
3. Enter the unlocking
duration.(Range: 1 to 10)
4. The unlocking duration is modified.
(The indicator turns green and makes a long
beep.)
Note: Two-digit values are automatically verified. For values with less than two digits, press # to
enter the verification process. Values greater than 10 are considered invalid.
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2.2 Configure Authentication Mode
1. Enter “* #”
2. Press [5].
system password
(The indicator turns green
“#”
and makes a long beep.)
5.Exit.
(The device automatically exits the process
when the operation is completed.)
3. Enter the authentication
mode.
4.The configuration is successful.
(The indicator turns green and makes a long
beep.)
Note: 1. Input digitals 1~6, the system confirm automatically. Input digitals beside 1~6, the
indicator turns red and makes three beeps, the setting is failing. When the indicator turns red and
makes a beep, the device is exit.
2. Details about the authentication mode are as follows:
Authentication Mode
type
Description
Mode 1 (number1)
PW
Only password verification
Mode 2 (number2)
RF
Only RF Card verification
Mode 3 (number3)
FP
Only fingerprint verification
Mode 4 (number4)
FP/PW/RF
fingerprint or password or RF verification
Mode 5 (number5)
RF&PW
RF plus password verification
Mode 6 (number6)
FP&PW
fingerprint plus password verification
2.3 Configure Stealth Mode
If the Stealth mode is opened, the indicator light is off when device is in standby mode.
1. Enter “* #”
system password
“#”
6. Exit.
(The indicator turns red and
device automatically exits the
process when the operation is
completed.)
2. Press [0].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3. Press [3].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
5. The configuration
is successful.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
4. Configure stealth mode
(0: enable; 1: disable).
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Note:
1. If the stealth mode is enable, the indicator light prompts the status of this function when users
authenticating or administrator operation.
2. In the process of configure stealth mode setting, press 0 or 1 which is verified automatically,
the indicator turns green and makes a long beep when the authentication is successful, the device
automatically exits the process when the operation is completed, and the indicator turns red and
makes a long beep.
2.4 Configure Door Sensor Mode
The door sensor switch includes three modes:



NONE: The door sensor switch is not used.
NO: The lock is open as long as the door is open.
NC: The lock is closed after the door is closed.
1. Enter “* #”
system password
“#”
6.Exit.
(The device automatically exits the
process when the operation is
completed.)
2. Press [0].
(The indicator turns green and
makes a long beep.)
5. The configuration is successful.
(The indicator turns green and
makes a long beep.)
3. Press [5].
(The indicator turns green and
makes a long beep.)
4. Configure the door sensor mode .
(0: NONE; 1: NO; 2: NC)
Note:
1. The door sensor mode configured here is used as the basis for the door sensor alarm.
2. In the process of configure door sensor mode setting, press 0 or 1 or 2 which is verified
automatically, the indicator turns green and makes a long beep when the authentication is
successful, the device automatically exits the process when the operation is completed, and the
indicator turns red and makes a long beep.
2.5 Configure Alarm
 Configure Alarm setting
The switch should be on, when it is set to be close, Error Operation-Triggered Alarm, Tamper
Alarm, the Alarm Delay for the Door Status Sensor will be disabled.
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1. Enter “* #”
system password
“#”
6.Exit.
(The red light flashing and device
automatically exits the process when
the operation is completed.)
2. Press [0].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
5. The configuration is
successful.
(The indicator turns green and
makes a long beep.)
3. Press [1].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
4. Configure the alarm setting.
(0: enable; 1: disable).
Note:
In the process of configure alarm setting, press 0 or 1 which is verified automatically, the indicator
turns green and makes a long beep when the authentication is successful, the device automatically
exits the process when the operation is completed, and the indicator turns red and makes a long
beep.
 Configure Error Operation-Triggered Alarm
If this function is enabled, alarms are generated if administrator fails the authentication upon three
attempts. The administrator authentication is not allowed within 20 seconds after an alarm is
generated.
1. Enter “* #”
system password
“#”
6. Exit.
(The red light flashing and device
automatically exits the process
when the operation is completed.)
2. Press[0].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
5. The configuration is
successful.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3. Press [2].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
4. Configure the error
operation-triggered alarm
switch.
(0: enable; 1: disable).
Note:
In the process of configure the error operation-triggered alarm switch, press 0 or 1 which is
verified automatically, the indicator turns green and makes a long beep when the authentication
is successful, the device automatically exits the process when the operation is completed, and the
indicator turns red and makes a long beep.
 Configure Tamper Alarm
If this function is enabled, alarms are generated upon device disassembly.
Configure whether to enable the disassembly alarm.
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1. Enter “* #”
system password
“#”
2. Press[7].
(The indicator turns green and
makes a long beep.)
5. Exit.
(The red light flashing and device automatically
exits the process when the operation is
completed.)
3. Configure whether to enable the
tamper alarm
(0: enable; 1: disable)
4. The configuration is successful.
(The indicator turns green and makes a long beep.)
Note:
In the process of configure whether to enable the tamper alarm, press 0 or 1 is automatically
verified, the indicator turns green and makes a long beep when the authentication is successful,
the device automatically exits the process when the operation is completed, and the indicator
turns red and makes a long beep.
 Configure Delay for the Door Status Sensor
DSen. Delay (Door Sensor Delay): indicates the delay in checking the door sensor after the door is
open. If door sensor state is inconsistent with the normal state set by the door sensor switch, an
alarm will be generated, and this period of time is regarded as the “door sensor delay”.
1. Enter “* #”
system password
“#”
6. Exit.
(The indicator turns red and device automatically exits
the process when the operation is completed.)
2. Press[0].
(The indicator turns green and
makes a long beep.)
5. The configuration is successful.
(The indicator turns green and
makes a long beep.)
3. Press[4].
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
4. Configure the delay.
(Range:1 to 254)
Note:
1. In the process of configure the alarm delay, three-digit values are automatically verified. For
values with less than three digits, press # to enter the verification process. The indicator turns
green and makes a long beep when the authentication is successful, the device automatically
exits the process when the operation is completed, and the indicator turns red and makes a long
beep. Values greater than 254 are considered as invalid.
2. When alarm is triggered, the alarm process as follow:
1) Firstly, the buzzer inside the device beeps.
2) Secondly, after about 30 seconds, buzzer beep stop, and external alarm set off.
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3) On one hand, any valid user does the verification to stop alarm. On the other hand, if the
current door sensor is coordinated with the set one, the terminal stops to alarm.
FAQ
Q: Does the device support connect with external fingerprint reader? How to set the RS485
address of the external fingerprint reader?
A: Yes, the device support connect with one external fingerprint reader via RS485 communication
way. For the setting of its RS485 address, please refer to corresponding document of reader.
Normally, the address set via decimal code switches, and the RS485 address of reader only can
be 0 or 1.
Q: Which Wiegand-out format does device support?
A: The device is preset with Wiegand 26-bit Output format, it also support Wiegand 34-bit Output
format and other 9 format. (Please using Acccess3.5.2.1449 or above version to edit Wiegand
out format)
Q: What's the users and fingerprint capacity of device?
A: 30,000 users and 3,000 fingerprint templates.
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