Locker Controller ELS NET Basic User Manual

Locker Controller ELS NET Basic User Manual
Locker Controller ELS NET Basic User Manual
Locker Controller ELS NET Basic User Manual
Table of contents
Locker Controller ELS NET Basic User Manual ........................................................................................ 3
Product description ............................................................................................................................. 3
Reader Terminal Basic - basic parts .................................................................................................... 4
Operating indicator ............................................................................................................................. 4
Normal operation................................................................................................................................ 5
Opening locker(s)............................................................................................................................ 5
Card presented is not assigned to any Locker ................................................................................ 6
Closing locker(s) .............................................................................................................................. 6
Assigning locker keys .......................................................................................................................... 6
Assigning user(s) RFID media as a locker key ................................................................................. 7
Checking quantity of already assigned user keys for a particular locker ....................................... 8
Erasing user keys for selected locker.............................................................................................. 8
Erasing User cards for all lockers at once ....................................................................................... 8
Programming mode Termination ................................................................................................... 9
Master card presentation ................................................................................................................... 9
Opening single locker ..................................................................................................................... 9
Opening all Lockers ....................................................................................................................... 10
Opening series of up to 50 Lockers .............................................................................................. 11
Master mode termination ............................................................................................................ 12
Emergency Card presentation .......................................................................................................... 12
Door Access Terminal connected to Metra Network with LC Basic devices..................................... 13
Alarm signalization ............................................................................................................................ 13
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Locker Controller ELS NET Basic User Manual
Manufacturer:
Metra inženiring d.o.o.
IOC Trzin
Špruha 19
SI-1236 Trzin, Slovenia
System:
Product Group:
Types:
Metra ELS NET Basic – Electronic Locking Systems
Locker Controller
Year of Construction:
2006-2011
Declaration of Conformity:
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phone:
fax:
web:
+386 1 56 10 740
+386 1 56 10 744
www.metra.si
LC16AEB (Locker Controller 16)
LC16EB (Locker Controller 16 on mounting plate)
LC24EB (Locker Controller 24 on mounting plate)
LC32EB (Locker Controller 32 on mounting plate)
LC08 (Locker Controller Extension Module)
The Metra ELS NET Basic products have been developed, designed and
manufactured in accordance with the EU directive for Electromagnetic
Compatibility (2004/108/EC).
Locker Controller ELS NET Basic User Manual [rev.1-310811]
2011 Metra inženiring d.o.o.
All Rights reserved.
No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form or by any means without prior written permission of Metra inženiring d.o.o.
The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
All efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the contents of this manual, however, should any errors be detected, Metra inženiring would greatly appreciate being informed of
them. Metra inženiring d.o.o. can assume no responsibility for any errors in this manual.
 Product description
Metra Locker Controller ELS NET Basic is simplest way to drive and monitor Metra Electronic Locks.
Different RFID Tags (see order codes) are supported as locker keys. Special PROGRAMMING Card is
used to assign locker keys so there is no need for a PC Computer for operation. Up to 16 locks can be
connected directly to the Locker Controller Basic, with the possibility to add up to two Extension
Modules for 8 additional Electronic Locks each. This enables locker layout configurations of 16, 24 or
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32 locks. Locker Controller Basic also supports emergency and security features. In case of attempt of
break in an Alarm message is signalled and distributed over Metra NET network to other Metra
devices. A special MASTER and EMERGENCY card is supported to open single locker, multiple lockers
or all lockers at once. For easier installation on site different configurations on mounting plates are
supplied.
Reader Module is a user interface device. It reads RFID Tags as locker keys and displays the Locker
number on a four digit LED display. Reader Module can be installed vertically, horizontally, or under
45 degree angle. It can be surface mounted (different adapters are available) or built in.
 Reader Terminal Basic - basic parts
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description
1
4 digit LED display
2
4 key keypad
3
antenna field
Standard models are supplied with front mask in gray colour and LED display in blue colour. For
additional colours contact Metra sales.
 Operating indicator
When the device is turned ON, Metra logo on the front panel is illuminates.
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 Normal operation
 Opening locker(s)
STEP 1: Approach the RFID media to the antenna field.
Reading distance is 3 – 5 centimetres from the device
surface. Hold the RFID media in the field for a few
moments for Reader Terminal Basic to read and process
it. A blue dot lights up on the right side of the display
when the RFID media is in the field.
STEP 2: When RFID media is recognized and the Locker
Key is assigned to it, the Reader Terminal Basic displays
the locker number. Short beep acoustic signal is also
generated.
STEP 3: The corresponding locker is unlocked and
opened.
NOTE: If more than 1 locker is assigned to the presented
RFID media all lockers open one by one and each locker
number is displayed for half second!
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 Card presented is not assigned to any Locker
NOTE: If the RFID media presented to the antenna field is
not assigned to any locker as a locker key only the blue
dot lights up on the right side of the display.
 Closing locker(s)
STEP 1: Put your belongings inside the locker and close
the locker door (firmly push the door handle).
STEP 2: Locker door automatically locks and the door
remains closed.
 Assigning locker keys
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Up to 4 different user RFID media (locker keys) can be assigned to open a single Locker.
Unlimited number of lockers can be assigned to single user’s RFID media.
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 Assigning user(s) RFID media as a locker key
STEP 1: Approach the Programming Card to the antenna
field. Reading distance is 3 – 5 centimetres from the
device surface. Hold the card in the field for a few
moments for Reader Terminal Basic to read and process
it. When the card is recognized as a Programming Card
the “Prog” is displayed. Device enters “Programming
user keys” mode.
Remove the Programming Card card form the antenna
filed.
STEP 2: Use “Up” and “Down” keys to select a locker to
which you want to assign a user key.
STEP 3: Present and hold user’s RFID media in the
antenna field until ...
STEP 4: ... number* is displayed.
Remove user RFID media from the antenna field.
*Displayed number is the number of all already
programmed user keys for particular locker.
NOTE: To assign another user key for the same locker repeat steps 3 and 4. Up to four user keys can
be assigned to each locker.
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NOTE: Same user key can be assigned to multiple lockers. Repeat steps from 2 to 4 using the same
user key with different lockers (locker numbers).
 Checking quantity of already assigned user keys for a particular locker
Steps 1 and 2 are the same as described in chapter
“Assigning user(s) RFID media as a locker key“.
STEP 3: Press the “Enter” key to display the number of
programmed user cards for selected Locker.
 NOTE 
Do not hold the “Enter” key, because this will erase all
the user RFID media for selected locker!
 Erasing user keys for selected locker
Steps 1 and 2 are the same as described in chapter
“Assigning user(s) RFID media as a locker key“.
STEP 3: Press and hold the “Enter” key until the “ErAS” is
displayed and short “beep” acoustic signal is activated.
NOTE: All assigned user keys for that particular locker are
erased. There is no possibility to erase only one locker
key.
 Erasing User cards for all lockers at once
Step 1 is the same as described in chapter “Assigning
user(s) RFID media as a locker key“.
STEP 2: Use “Up” or “Down” key to select “ALL”.
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STEP 3: Press and hold the “Enter” key until “ErAS” is
displayed and short “beep” acoustic signal is activated.
All assigned user keys for all lockers connected to
particular device are erased.
 Programming mode Termination
Programming user keys mode of operation is terminated:
 after Programming Card is presented once again.
 after 1 minute of non activity.
 Master card presentation
 Opening single locker
STEP 1: Approach the Master Card to the antenna field.
Reading distance is 3 – 5 centimetres from the device
surface. Hold the Master Card in the field for a few
moments.
STEP 2: When the card is recognized as a Master Card,
the 4-Key Keyboard is activated and “0000” displayed.
The first digit to be edited is flashing.
Remove the Master Card form the antenna filed.
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STEP 3: Compose the desired locker number by pressing
the 'up' key to increase or the 'down' key to decrease the
currently flashing digit. Use the 'enter' key to move to
another digit. When you get to the last digit, pressing the
'enter' key will return the focus to the first digit.
NOTE: “Esc” key will abort the master mode of
operation.
STEP 4: When desired locker number to be opened is
displayed, present the Master Card again to the antenna
field to confirm unlocking.
When the Master Card is recognized, a short beep
acoustic signal is activated and corresponding locker is
opened.
 Opening all Lockers
Steps 1 and 2 are the same as when unlocking single
locker.
STEP 3: Compose the number '9999' and leave rightmost
digit 9 to flash.
STEP 4: Press the 'up' key and display shows “ALL”.
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STEP 5: Present the Master Card again while “ALL” is
displayed. This confirms unlocking all the lockers as an
emergency open procedure. All Lockers will start to open
one by one.
 Opening series of up to 50 Lockers
Steps 1 and 2 are the same as when unlocking a single
locker.
STEP 3: Compose the desired starting locker number as
described for single locker above.
STEP 4: Present and hold the Master Card in the antenna
field to confirm the composed starting number.
When the Master Card is recognized, a short beep
acoustic signal is activated and the corresponding locker
is unlocked.
Hold the Master Card in the antenna field to continue
procedure!
STEP 5: Do not remove the Master Card form the
antenna filed until all 4 zeros are displayed again. The 4Key keypad is activated to enter the last Locker number
to be opened.
Remove the Master Card form the antenna filed.
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STEP 6: Compose the desired end (last to be opened in
the row) locker number.
NOTE: Difference between start and end locker number
must not be higher than 50.
STEP 7: Present the Master Card again to confirm the
composed end number.
When the Master Card is recognized, a short beep
acoustic signal is activated and the corresponding lockers
will start to unlock.
Display shows the locker numbers that are currently
unlocked until the procedure ends.
 Master mode termination
Master Mode of operation is terminated:
 after successful operation.
 after 1 minute of non activity.
 if “Esc” is pressed on the keypad.
 Emergency Card presentation
 NOTE 
Use only for emergencies.
STEP 1: Approach the Emergency Card to the antenna
field. Reading distance is 3 – 5 centimetres from the
device surface. Hold the card in the field for a few
moments for Reader Terminal Basic to read and process
it. When the card is recognized as an Emergency card the
“EOPn” is displayed and:
 Without network: all Lockers connected to particular
device start to unlock and open one by one.
 In a network: lockers on all the Locker Controllers
Basic in a network start to unlock and open one by
one.
Emergency mode terminates automatically.
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STEP 2: Remove the Emergency Open card form the antenna filed.
 Door Access Terminal connected to Metra Network with LC Basic devices
Any user’s RFID media assigned with a locker key can
open the passage door equipped with a Metra Door
Access Terminal connected into a Metra Network with
other ELS NET Basic devices.
NOTE: Door Access Terminal must be set and connected
properly. Consult “Locker Controller ELS NET Basic Technical Manual.pdf” for installation instructions.
 Alarm signalization
If any of the lockers gets broken in, the alarm notice is displayed on the Reader Terminal Basic
connected to the same Locker Controller Basic as the Electronic Lock where the break-in was
detected or Locker Controllers Basic are connected into a network, the alarm notice is displayed on
all Reader Terminals Basic in the network.
The interrupted acoustic signal is turned on. Display alternately shows '-AL-' notice and the locker
number for 20 seconds.
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