ACU Installation User Guide.book

ACU Installation User Guide.book
Manual Number
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July 29, 2005
GE Security
ACU
Networked Intelligent Controllers
User Guide
GE Security • 791 Park of Commerce Boulevard • Suite 100 • Boca Raton • Florida • 33487 • (561) 998-6100
www.GESecurity.com
REVISION STATUS
Description
Date Revised
Rev G
Added SPS5 Power Supply
Added ACURS2 & ACURS4
Added Figure 2-19 and 2-20
Added Information to Figure 2-8 and 2-9
Power Supply 4 & 8 AMP Updated
Modified Figure 2-2
Modified Figure 2-3
Removed Belden 9407 from Wire and Cable List
Modified Figure 3-15 and 3-16
September 15, 2002
September 25, 2002
October 11, 2002
October 17, 2002
October 4, 2002
October 17, 2002
October 17, 2002
October 17, 2002
November 6, 2002
Rev G.1
Added New Figures 2-2 and 2-3
Removed 2 Wiring Tables - Expander to ACU-2 Host Ports
February 5, 2003
March 6, 2003
Rev G.2
Added New PS10 Wiring diagram
March 10, 2003
Rev G.2.a
Modified/Updated:
Cover update
Corrections to chapter pagination
March 26, 2003
March 26, 2003
Rev G.2.b
Updated cover and font info to GE Standard
April 10, 2003
Rev G.3
Correction to Table 10-4 and Table 10-5
May 5, 2003
Rev G.4
Modified Table 5-29, Table 5-31, and Table 5-35
Added Figure 5-13
May 9, 2003
May 9, 2003
Rev G.5
Added Table 2-6
Correction to Table 5-39
Updated Figure 3-17
Added NOTE on page 10-2 Door Bounce Delay for Elevator.
July 9, 2003
July 9, 2003
July 15, 2003
July 25, 2003
Rev G.5
Correction to Table 3-71
October 3, 2003
Rev G.6
Correction to Elevator Control section page 10-1 and 10-5
Update to Figure 3-15 and 3-16
Added new alarm terminations to Table 6-11
Modified Figure 3-7
November 25, 2003
November 25, 2003
November 25, 2003
November 25, 2003
Correction to Figure 3-16
Relocated section on Host Communications Wiring to
December 23, 2003
Rev H
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begging of Chapter 3. This move required all Figures and
Tables in Chapter 3 to be renumbered.
Added Table 5-86 and additional information the (MR-10)
RMS-18 on page 5-69
December 23, 2003
December 23, 2003
Rev H.1
Added wiring information for GE Proximity Reader page 5-47
Modified Figure 2-5
January 12, 2004
February 9, 2004
Rev H.2
Modification to Table 3-25 for ACURS TB10
Added additional information on Dial-up modem configuration page 3-12
Added server external dial-up modem installation on page 3-16
February 12, 2004
March 19, 2004
Rev H.3
Added Surface Mount RRE02-E1L on page 5-2
Chapter 5 was completely reorganized to make less confusing and
some duplicate material was removed from the manual.
March 29, 2004
March 29, 2004
Rev H.4
Added Multi-dropping from LAN Connected ACURS2/4 page 3-44.
May 28, 2004
Added Surface Mount RIM16-E1L on Page 6-1.
Added Figure 6-1 Surface Mount RIM16-E1L Board Layout.
Added Table 6-7 Surface Mount RIM16-E1L Switch SW1 settings.
Added Table 6-8 Surface Mount RIM16-E1L Switch SW2 for RS485 termination.
Added Table 6-9 Surface Mount RIM16-E1L Switch SW3 for Input zone termination.
Added Table 6-10 Surface Mount RIM16-E1L Jumper W1 and W2 to select power for relays K1 and K2.
Added Table 6-12 Surface Mount RIM16-E1L Operation LEDs.
Added Surface Mount RRM16-E1L Board on page 7-2.
Added Figure 7-1 Surface Mount RRM16-E1L Board Layout.
Added Table 7-10 Surface Mount RRM16-E1L Switch SW2 Settings.
Added Section on new Surface Mount RRE02-E00 and RRE04-E00 on page 5-2.
Added Information for Flashing PROMs on page 9-13.
Modified Termination Tables Table 3-15 and Table 3-16.
Modified Termination Table Table 6-9.
Modified General Specifications Tables Table 1-5, Table 1-6, Table 1-7 and Table 1-8.
Rev H.5
Added information to reference note below Table 6-9
Correction to Note above Table 6-9
Correction to Table 5-16
June 9, 2004
Rev H.6
Added information to reference note below Table 6-9
Correction to Table 5-16
Modified Tables 5-37 and 5-41
Corrected title of Table 5-45
June 23, 2004
Rev H.7
Updated drawings and table references for the Remote Modules
Updated references to GE Security
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July 29, 2005
Added information about the Altronix Power Distribution Board. See page 2-18
Corrected drawing of the ACURS2 and ACURS4 to show Power Distribution Board. See page 3-27
Moved current products to the front of Chapter 3 and legacy information to the back of the chapter.
Added information about the New surface mount technology RMS/RPX Reader
Added information required for CE certification
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NOTICE
The material contained within this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by GE Security. While
reasonable efforts have been made in the preparation of this document to assure its accuracy, GE Security. assumes no liability/responsibility resulting
from any errors or omissions in this document, or from the use of the information containted herein
GE Security reserves the right to make changes in the product design without reservation and without notification to its users.
All software described in this document is furnished under a “license to use” and may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of such
license.
WARNING
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions manual, may
cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation
of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference in which case users at their own expense will be required to take whatever measures
may be required to correct the interference.
SERVICE STATEMENT
Control devices are combined to make a system. Each control device is mechanical in nature and all mechanical components must be regularly serviced
to optimize their operation. All GE Security Systems and authorized distributors offer Technical Support Programs that will ensure your continuous,
trouble-free system performance.
For further information, contact GE Security or your nearest GE Security Systems representative.
Copyright 2000 by GE Security.
TO THE READER
The Part 68 rules require that the following information be provided to the end user of equipment containing a pre-approved modem module.
Type of Service:
GE Security Software operated on an ACU2 field panel is designed for use on standard device telephone lines. It connects to the telephone line by
means of a standard jack called the USOC RJ-11C (or USOC FJ45S.) Connection to telephone company provided coin service (central office
implemented systems) is prohibited. Connection to party line services is subject to state tariffs.
Telephone Company Procedures:
The goal of the telephone company is to provide the best service it can. In order to do this, it may occasionally be necessary for them to make changes
in their equipment, operations or procedures. If the possibility exists that these changes may affect the customer's service or the operation of the
equipment, the telephone company will provide written notice so that any changes necessary to maintain uninterrupted service may be made.
In certain circumstances, it may be necessary for the telephone company to request information from you concerning which equipment you have
connected to your telephone line. Upon request of the telephone company, provide the FCC registration number and the Ringer Equivalence Number
(REN); both of these items are listed on the equipment label. The sum of all the RENs on your telephone line should be less than five in order to assure
proper service from the telephone company. In some cases, a sum of five may not be usable on a given line.
If Problems Arise:
If any of your telephone equipment is not operating, you shouldimmediately remove it from your telephone line, as it may cause harm to the telephone
network. If the telephone company notes a problem, they may temporarily discontinue service. When practical, they will notify you in advance of this
disconnection. If advanced notice is not feasible, you will be notified as soon as possible. When you are notified, you will be given the opportunity to
correct the problem and informed of your right to file a complaint with the FCC. Contact your telephone company if you have any questions about your
phone line. In the event repairs are ever needed on an GE Security ACU2 field panel, they should be performed by a quiflied GE Security representative.
For information contact:
GE Security
791 Park of Commerce Boulevard
Suite 100
Boca Raton, FL 33487
1-561-998-6100
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COPYRIGHT INFORMATION
GE Security has COPYRIGHT on all its software, hardware communication protocals, firmware, hardware/software and hardware/firmware interfaces.
These are the intellectual property of IGYS Systems Inc. doing busines as GE Security
Any attempt to utilize any of our intellectual property rights on any system without the agreement of GE Security and without the payment of a license fee
will infringe on our Copyright.
©Copyright 2001 GE Security. Allrights reserved. Printed in USA.
GE Security reserves the right to change specifications consistent with our policy of contious product improvement
Reverse Engineering, Disassembly:
You are prohibited from revising engineering, disassembling, or decoding the software or firmware provided to you, or otherwise translating the software
or firmware, or permitting any third party to do the same. You recognize the rights to use the Operating software and firmware are strictly limited to use of
the software and firmware as provided to you by GE Security .
Trademark Information:
WINDOWS 98, WINDOWS NT and WINDOWS 2000 are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
B&B is a trademark of B&B Electronics Manufacturing Company.
Belden is a trademark of Cooper Industries.
Cotag is a trademark of Cotag International Inc.
Dorado is a trademark of Dorado Systems Corporation.
Indala is a trademark of The Indala Corporation.
ProxPro and MiniProx are trademarks of HID Identification Devices.
SecuraKey is a Division of Soundcraft Inc.
Wiegand/Sensor is a trademark of Echlin Company.
HID is a trademark of HID Corporation.
Essex is a trademark of Essex Electronics, Inc.
Sensor is a trademark of Sensor Engineering.
Pyramid is a trademark of Keri Systems.
MIFARE is a trademark of Philips Electronics, N.V.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T-I
Figures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T-XI
Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T-XV
Chapter 1
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
About This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
FCC Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
UL Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
UL Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
FOR YOUR SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
NOTICE: Fire Safety Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
System Overview Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
System Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
ACU Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Readers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Access Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Alarm Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Unpacking, Packing and Returning Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
Unpacking Procedure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
Packing Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
Returning Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
ACUXL-16 Networked Intelligent Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
ACURS2 and ACURS4 Networked Intelligent Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
ACU2 and ACU2X Networked Intelligent Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
ACU-R2 Networked Intelligent Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11
ACU-R4 Networked Intelligent Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12
One-Stage Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12
Remote Module Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-13
Remote Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-13
Remote Reader Electronics RRE-HP and RRE Surface Mount. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-13
Remote Reader Electronics RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-13
RIM Remote Input Module and RIM Surface Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-14
RRM Remote Relay Module - Surface Mount Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-15
IKE Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-15
RS485 4-Port Expander . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-15
REN Reader Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-16
Currents for Devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-16
Chapter 2
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Guarding Against Lightning Damage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grounding Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recommended Grounding Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing The ACU Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting The Remote Module Enclosures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparing The Site For One-Stage Reader. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cutting the Wall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Installing the 2-Gang Switch Box on New Installations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Installing the One-Stage Reader on the Mounting Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Running The Wire And Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
Recommended Wire and Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
RS-485 from ACU to field panels: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
27.5 VDC from ACU to field panels: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
IKE, RMS, RWE and RPX readers: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
27.5 VDC from ACU to field panels: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Other OEM Read Heads: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
RS-485 Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8
Pulling Wires and Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Auxiliary Power Supply for RRE-2, RIM, and RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Alarm Zone Sensor Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10
Alarm Terminator Resistance and Voltage Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-13
Door Strike Power Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-15
Wiring Power to The ACU Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-16
ACU-5APWR Power Supply/Charger Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-17
Altronix PD4ULCB Power Distribution Module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18
Wiring Power to The ACU-5APWR Power Supply/Charger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-19
Explanation of Terminal and LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-19
ACU-5APWR Power Supply and Charger Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-20
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-20
Wiring Power to The 8-AMP Power Supply/Charger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-21
ACU-8APWR Power Supply and Charger Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
120VAC and 240VAC Wiring for 8AMP Power Supply/Charger (ACU-8APWR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
Wiring Power to The 8-AMP Power Supply/Charger (Obsolete) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-24
Connection Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-24
8-AMP Power Supply/Charger Installed in Cabinet (Obsolete) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-25
Wiring Power to The 4-AMP Power Supply/Charger (Obsolete) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-26
Connection Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-26
ACU2-PS4 Power Supply/Charger Installed in Cabinet (Obsolete) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-27
120VAC and 240VAC Wiring for 4AMP Power Supply/Charger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-28
Wiring 240VAC for 4 AMP Power Supply/Charger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-29
REN Remote Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-30
Installing and Connecting the Optional Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-30
ACU Power & Battery Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-32
Battery Backup Calculation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-32
Power wiring to the REN expansion power supply/charger (obsolete) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-33
Chapter 3
ACUXL16, ACURS2, and ACURS4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Host Communications Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RS-232 Interface to ACU Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Modem Connection:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RS-485 Interface to the ACU Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring B&B 485CON and 422LCOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring B&B 485CSP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACUXL Networked Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACUXL Component Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multi-dropping RS-485 from LAN Connected ACUXL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printer Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACUXL DIP Switch 1 Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ACUXL DIP Switch 2 Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
ACUXL DIP Switch 3 Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
ACUXL DIP Switch Address Setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
ACUXL DIP Switch Zone Input Termination settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
Dial-up Modem Card for ACUXL, ACURS2, and ACURS4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11
Dial-up Modem Installation for ACUXL Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11
Connecting the Dial-up Modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Component Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
LEDs on Modem Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
Connecting (MDD) Multi-Drop Dial-Up Panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
Installing Server External Modem. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
External Modem Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
Software Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
LAN Connection for ACUXL Version. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
LAN Surge Protector ACU Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
LAN Surge Protector Server Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
LEDs for LAN Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
Dual Reporting Paths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
LEDs for Alarm Zone Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-17
BT2 Battery Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-17
Clearing the Memory on the ACUXL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-17
Setting TCP/IP Address for ACUXL/16, ACURS2, and ACURS4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18
Setting IP Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18
ACURS2 and ACURS4 Controllers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-26
Enclosure Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-26
ACURS2 and ACURS4 Circuit Board Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-27
ACURS2 Block Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-28
ACURS4 Block Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-29
Connections for Terminal Block 1 (ACURS2 and ACURS4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-30
Host Communication Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-30
Connections for Terminal Block 2, 3, and 4 (ACURS2 and ACURS4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-31
Reader 0 Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-31
Connections for Terminal Block 5, 6, and 7 (ACURS2 and ACURS4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-32
Reader 1 Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-32
Connections for Terminal Block 8 (ACURS2 and ACURS4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-33
Expansion Module Communication Port RS-485 Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-33
Connections for Terminal Block 9 (ACURS2 and ACURS4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-33
Reader 0 and 1 Auxiliary Relay Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-33
Connections for Terminal Block 10 (ACURS2 and ACURS4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-33
Power Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-34
Connections for Terminal Block 11 (ACURS2 and ACURS4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-34
Cabinet Tamper Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-34
Connections for Terminal Block 12, 13, and 14 (ACURS4 Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-35
Reader 2 Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-35
Connections for Terminal Block 15, 16, and 17 (ACURS4 Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-36
Reader 3 Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-36
Connections for Terminal Block 18 (ACURS4 Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-37
Reader 2 and 3 Auxiliary Relay Connections (ACURS4 Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-37
Relay Numbering for ACURS2 and ACURS4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-37
Relay Numbers for Readers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-37
Alarm Numbering for ACURS2 and ACURS4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-38
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Alarm Numbers for Readers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIP switch SW1 Communication Port Termination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIP Switches for ACURS2 and ACURS4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIP Switch SW2 Settings Baud Rate, Dial-up, Parity, and Com Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIP Switch SW3 Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switch SW4 (rotary switch) Settings ACURS Panel Addressing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIP Switch SW5 and SW6 Settings Alarm Zone Termination for Readers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIP Switch SW7 Power Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Status LEDs on the ACURS2 and ACURS4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACURS Power-Up Self-test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACURS Online Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LAN LED Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Host Port LED Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reader Zones LED Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Relay and Door Strike LED Status. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clearing the Memory on the ACURS2 and ACURS4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multi-dropping RS-485 from LAN Connected ACUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing Dial-up Modem on the ACURS2 and ACURS4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACU2/16 Controller Circuit Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACUXL16 Configuration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block PIN Outs on The ACUXL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block TB1 (Yellow) Pin Number Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block TB2 (Red) Pin Number Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block TB3 (Green) Pin Number Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block TB4 (Blue) Pin Number Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block TB5 Pin Number Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block TB6 Pin Number Identification (ACU2 only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACUR2 and ACUR4 Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Circuit Board Layout. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACU-R2 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACU-R4 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dial-Up Modem ACU-PAK-D1 for ACU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing and Connecting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block PIN Outs on The ACU-R2 and R4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACU-LAN Kit (Serial Server), Optional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing and Connecting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIP And Rotary Switches on The ACU2, R2, and R4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIP Switch SW1 Settings on the ACU2, ACU-R2, and ACU-R4 Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clearing the Memory on the ACU2, ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Jumper Configuration on ACU2 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Jumper Settings ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power-Up Self-test on The ACU2 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power-Up Self-test on the ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Online Tests on ACU2 Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Online Tests ACU-R2 and R4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACU2X Networked Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring ACU2X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIP Switch Settings ACU2X. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dial-up Modem Card for ACU2X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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One-Stage Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
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New Surface Mount Technology RMS/RPX Reader. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Terminal Board connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
TB2 wiring connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
DIP Switch Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Jumper settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
LED indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Alarm Zone Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
Relay Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10
LCD Display Contrast Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-11
Buzzer Volume Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-11
Reader Status LCDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12
Paired Reader Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13
Keypad Access Request . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13
Auxiliary power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13
IKE, RMS, RPX, and RWE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
Auxiliary Power Supply for One-Stage Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
Terminal Connector PIN Numbers on a One-Stage Reader. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
One-Stage Reader Wiring Connections - Readers 0 Through 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
One-Stage Reader Wiring Connections - Readers 4 Through 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-16
Connector PIN Numbers on a One-Stage HP Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-17
One-Stage HP Reader TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 0 Through 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-17
One-Stage HP Reader TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 4 Through 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-18
One-Stage HP Reader TB2 Wiring Connections Alarm and Relay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-19
DIP Switch Settings for One-Stage Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-20
Switch Settings pre version ARDR8N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-20
Switch Settings Version ARDR8N and later . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-20
Component and Switch Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-21
Jumper Settings on a One-Stage HP Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-22
Alarm Zone Assignments One-Stage Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-22
One-Stage Reader Relay Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-24
LCD Display Contrast Adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-25
Buzzer Volume Adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-25
Reader Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-25
Paired Reader Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-26
Keypad Access Request . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-26
IKE Integrated Keypad Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-27
Component Location IKE Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-27
Terminal Block Connections for the IKE Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-28
RJ-45 Cable From RMS-10 read-head. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-29
Jumper Configurations on IKE Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-30
DIP Switch Settings IKE Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-31
Chapter 5
Remote Reader Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
RRE, RRE-HP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RRE Surface Mount Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RRE Surface Mount Jumper Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RRE Surface Mount DIP SW1 Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RRE Surface Mount DIP SW3 Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LEDs RRE Surface Mount Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RRE Circuit Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the DIP SW1 Switches on the RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ACU Networked Intelligent Controllers Installation Guide
RRE DIP SW1 Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
RRE-HP Jumpers Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7
RRE Alarm Zone Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
Relay Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
Terminal Block Connector PIN Numbers on the RRE and Surface Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9
RRE TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 0 Through 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9
RRE TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 4 Through 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
RRE TB2 Wiring Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11
RRE TB3 Wiring Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11
RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount (RREs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-12
RRE-2 Surface Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-12
RRE-2 Surface Mount Component Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-13
RRE-4 Surface Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-14
RRE-4 Surface Mount Component Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-15
DIP Switch Settings on the RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-16
RRE-2 and RRE-4 DIP Switch SW1 for Reader Activation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-16
RRE-2 DIP Switch SW2 Zone Termination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-17
RRE-4 DIP Switch SW2 Zone Termination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-17
RRE-2 and RRE-4 DIP Switch SW3 Communications Termination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-17
RRE-4 DIP Switch SW4 Zone Termination (RRE-4 Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-18
Jumper W1-W4 on the RRE-2 Surface Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-18
Connections for RRE-2 Surface Mount Termination Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-18
Connections for RRE-4 Surface Mount Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-18
TB1 Connections Surface Mount RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-19
TB2 Connections Surface Mount RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-19
TB3 Connections Surface Mount RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-20
Jumper W1-W8 on the RRE-4 Surface Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-20
Status LEDs for RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-20
Input Zone LEDs for RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-21
Relay LEDs for RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-21
RRE-2 and RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-22
DIP Switch Settings on the RRE-2 and RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-22
RRE-2 Component Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-22
RRE-4 Components Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-23
Jumper Settings on the RRE-2 and RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-23
Power Up Self Test on the RRE-2 and RRE-4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-24
Normal Operation on the RRE-2 and RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-24
Alarm Zone Assignments For RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-24
Relay Assignments For RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-25
Alarm Zone Assignments For RRE-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-25
Relay Assignments For RRE-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-26
Paired Reader Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-27
Keypad Access Request . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-27
RRE-2 Remote Reader Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-27
Circuit Boards RRE-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-28
Connections to RRE-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-29
RRE-4 Remote Reader Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-33
Circuit Boards RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-33
Connections RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-35
RRE-4 TB1 Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-35
Readers 0 through 3 or 8 through 11 (ACU Reader Port #1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-37
Readers 4 through 7 or 12 through 15 (ACU Reader Port #2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-38
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Paired Reader Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Keypad Access Request . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RRE-4 Remote Reader Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Magstripe Extender (IGR-RMSMAG-EXT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4 Port RS-485 Expander . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-Port RS-485 Expander Component Location Boards Only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RS-485 Termination Jumpers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIP Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LED Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RRE Reader and Keypad Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GE Security Proximity Readers 240 and 245 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
K11 Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
K11 and RMS-10 Wiring To RRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
K11 To RRE Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RRE Switch setting for K11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Jumper configuration For Reader Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Jumper Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RMSC-11 IGS Smart Card Reader with K11 Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
K11 To RRE Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RRE Switch setting for K11 when use with the RMSC-10 Reader. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
K12 (ESSEX) X-Y (3x4) MATRIX TOUCHPAD Wiring To RRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
K14 (ESSEX) 2x6 Keypad Wiring To RRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using 2x6 Keypad with the RMS10 for Alarm Masking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
K13 (ESSEX) 26 Bit Wiegand TOUCHPAD Wiring To RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SENSOR WR-1 Wiegand Read Head Output Wiring To RRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RMS-10 IGS Magnetic Mullion Read Head Wiring To RRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RMSC-10 IGS Mullion Smart Card Read Head Wiring To RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COTAG Read Head Wiring to RRE and ACU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
WIRING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cryptag Reader Head Wiring To RRE-2 and RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HID MiniProx Model 5365 Reader to RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HID MiniProx Reader Model 5363 and 5364 to RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HID ProxPro Model 5355 to Read Head RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switches on HID ProxPro reader: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Jumpers:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LED Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ThinLine Model 5395 and ProxPro II Model 5455 to Read Head RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HID ProxPoint Plus 6005 to the RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INDALA Proximity Reader Model ASR-112 and ASR-142 to RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MR-10 (RMS-18) Read Head Wiring To RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Notes for MR-10 (RMS-18) Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Keri Read Head P-300, P-500 and P-600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring P-300/P-500/P-600 Read Head to RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring P-300/P-500/P-600 Read Head to RRE or S-22. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SECURAKEY Read Head Wiring To RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DORADO Read Head Wiring To RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reader and Keypad Connection to RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SENSOR WR-1 Wiegand Read Head Output Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Wiegand Read Head to RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COTAG Read Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Wiring the 3321 Dual Zone Controller to the RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 5311 Single Zone Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 5311 Single Zone Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring the 5311 Single Zone Controller to the RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Cotag Reader 5280 to the ACU and RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Cotag Reader 5280 to the RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Notes for Dual Zone Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Notes for Single Zone Controller 3311. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HID Reader to RRE-4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5365 Reader to the RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring HID MiniProx Reader Model 5363 and 5364 to RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring HID ProxPro Model 5355 to Read Head RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring HID ThinLine II Model 5395 Reader to the RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring HID ProxPoint Plus 6005 to the RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INDALA Proximity Read Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring ASR-110 or ASR-112 to the RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring ASR-142 to the RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SECURAKEY Read Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DORADO Read Head Wiring To RRE-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 6
RIM Remote Input Module and RIM SMT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
RIM Surface Mount Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Surface Mount RIM Board Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
RIM Board Layout. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Terminal Block Connector PIN Numbers on the SMT RIM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Connections for SMT RIM (TB9 and TB11) to ACU Reader Port 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Auxiliary Power Supply for RIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Connections for RIM (TB9 and TB11) to ACU Reader Port 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Connections for TB1 - TB3 on RIM on SMT RIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
Input State Resistance Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
Connections for TB4, TB7 and TB8 on RIM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Connections for TB5, TB6, and TB10 on RIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Setting the DIP Switches on the Surface Mount RIM (only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8
SW1 Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8
SW2 Switch Settings for RS485 Termination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8
SW3 and SW4 Switch Settings for Input Zone Termination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
Setting the Jumper on the Surface Mount RIM (only). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
Jumper W1 and W2 Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
Setting the DIP Switches on the RIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
Operation LED’s on the Surface Mount RIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-11
Normal Operation LED’s on the RIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-11
Alarm Numbers on RIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
RIM Alarm Numbers for the Host PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
Relay Numbers on RIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
RIM Relay Numbers for the Host PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
Chapter 7
RRM Remote Relay Module and RRM SMT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Auxiliary Power Supply for RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RRM Surface Mount Circuit Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RRM Circuit Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block Connector PIN Numbers on the RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Table of Contents
Connections for Reader Port 1 on RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Connections for Reader Port 2 on RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Normal Operation LED’s on the RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Connections for Relays K1 & K2 on RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6
Connections for Relays K3 – K5 on RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6
Connections for Relays K5 - K7 on RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-7
Connections for Relays K8 - K11 on RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8
Connections for Relays K12 - K16 on RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9
Setting the DIP Switches on the RRM and Surface Mount RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9
SW2 Settings on Surface Mount RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10
Alarm Numbers on RRM and Surface Mount RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10
RRM Alarm Numbers for the Host PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10
Relay Numbers on RRM and Surface Mount RRM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
RRM Relay Numbers for the Host PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
Chapter 8
Testing Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
Power-Up Self-Test On The ACU2X Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
Power-Up Self-Test On The ACU2 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
Online Tests For ACUX Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-2
Online Tests For ACU Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-2
One-Stage Reader Field Wiring Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-2
Power-Up Self-Test on the One-Stage Reader. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
Normal Operation Test on the One-Stage Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
RRE Field Wiring Test. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5
Power-Up Self-Test on the RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
Normal Operation Test on the RRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
RIM Field Wiring Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
Power-Up Self Test on the RIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
Normal Operation Test on the RIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
The operation and status LED’s will light as follows: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
RRM Field Wiring Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
Power-Up Self-Test on the RRM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
Normal Operation Test on the RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
The operation and status LED’s will light as follows: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
Voltage Test on 4-AMP Power Supply/Charge Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
Normal Operation For 4-AMP Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
The operation and status LED’s will light as follows: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
Voltage Test on 8-AMP Power Supply/Charger Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-11
Normal Operation For 8-AMP Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-11
The operation and status LED’s will light as follows: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-11
Chapter 9
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read Head Cleaning (Magnetic Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enclosure Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking The Batteries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking Batteries Without Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting The ACU Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Auxiliary Power Supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replaceable Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Replacing ACU2 PCB Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-7
Replacing ACU2 Controller Power Supply/Charger Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-9
Replacing Batteries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-11
Replacing The Tamper Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-12
PROM Replacement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-13
PROM Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-13
PROM Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-14
Troubleshooting The One-Stage Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-14
Replacing The One-Stage Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-14
Parts Replacement On The One-Stage Reader. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-15
RRE Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-16
RRE Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-16
RRE Parts Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-17
Replacing The SMT RIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-17
SMT RIM Parts Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-17
Replacing The SMT RRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-18
SMT RRM Parts Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-18
Chapter 10
Elevator Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACU Field Panel Relay Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Elevator Relay Numbering for Standard Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Elevator Relay Numbering for Floor Tracking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Elevator Relay Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Elevator Control for ACURS2 and ACURS4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Elevator Relay and Alarm Input Numbering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Floor Tracking Numbering for On Board Relays and Alarm Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Floor Tracking Relay and Alarm Numbering for RRM and RIM Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standard Elevator Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Appendix A
ACU2 Alarm Zone Reporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
Alarm Reporting for Host PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
Appendix B
ACU2 Relay Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-7
Relay Assignments For GE Security Host PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACU Relay Numbers for the Host PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RIM Relay Numbers for the Host PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RRM Relay Numbers for the Host PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RRM Alarm Numbers for the Host PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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A-8
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Appendix C
Loading A Master DES Encryption Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-11
Appendix D
Model Number Changes to Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-12
Wiring a DS150i Series Request to Exit PIR Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-15
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I-I
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Figure 1-1 : System Overview ........................................................................................................................... 1-4
Figure 2-1 : Components mounted inside the ACU controller Enclosure .......................................................... 2-4
Figure 2-2 : RS-485 Communication Wiring for SMT RRM and SMT RIM as last device ................................. 2-8
Figure 2-3 : RS-485 Communication Wiring for RRE as last device ................................................................. 2-8
Figure 2-4 : Zone Sensor with 1000-Ohm Resistors ....................................................................................... 2-11
Figure 2-5 : Zone Sensor Wiring with EOL terminator..................................................................................... 2-12
Figure 2-6 : Zone Sensor Wiring with 200/10K Ohm resistors ........................................................................ 2-12
Figure 2-7 : Door Strike Wiring for ACU, RRE and One-Stage ....................................................................... 2-15
Figure 2-8 : Door Strike Wiring for OLD One-Stage Reader ........................................................................... 2-15
Figure 2-9 : Door Strike Wiring for OLD One-Stage Reader (board #133277) with External Power ............... 2-15
Figure 2-10 : ACU-5APWR Power Supply/Charger Assembly........................................................................ 2-17
Figure 2-11 : Altronix PD4ULCB Power Distribution Module........................................................................... 2-18
Figure 2-12 : 8-Amp ACU-8APWR Power Supply/Charger Assembly ............................................................ 2-21
Figure 2-13 : 120VAC Wiring for 8AMP Power Supply and Charger .............................................................. 2-23
Figure 2-14 : 240VAC Wiring for 8AMP ACU-8APWR Power Supply and Charger ........................................ 2-23
Figure 2-15 : 8-Amp Power Supply/Charger Assembly................................................................................... 2-24
Figure 2-16 : 8-AMP ACU2-PS8 Power Supply/Charger Installed in Cabinet................................................. 2-25
Figure 2-17 : ACU 4-Amp 120 VAC Power Supply/Charger wiring diagram. .................................................. 2-26
Figure 2-18 : ACU2-PS4 Power Supply/Charger Installed in Cabinet............................................................. 2-27
Figure 2-19 : 120VAC Wiring for 4AMP Power Supply and Charger .............................................................. 2-28
Figure 2-20 : 240VAC Wiring for 4AMP Power Supply and Charger .............................................................. 2-29
Figure 2-21 : Optional Battery Shelf for ACU UPS Batteries........................................................................... 2-31
Figure 2-22 : Components mounted inside the REN Enclosure...................................................................... 2-33
Figure 3-1 : Typical Communication Wiring RS-232C Interface Between PC and ACU Controller................... 3-3
Figure 3-2 : Typical Communication Wiring RS-232C Interface Between PC and Host Dialup Modem. .......... 3-3
Figure 3-3 : B&B Model 485CON to ACU.......................................................................................................... 3-4
Figure 3-4 : B&B Model 485CSP to ACU .......................................................................................................... 3-5
Figure 3-5 : Personal Computer to B&B Converter ........................................................................................... 3-6
Figure 3-6 : Component Layout on the ACUXL Controller ................................................................................ 3-7
Figure 3-7 : Multi-drop RS-485 From LAN Connected ACUXL ......................................................................... 3-8
Figure 3-8 : ACUXL PAC D1 Dial up Modem Card Location........................................................................... 3-11
Figure 3-9 : Component Layout of the Dial-up Modem Board......................................................................... 3-12
Figure 3-10: RS485 Port Wiring For Multi-Drop Dial-Up Panels ..................................................................... 3-13
Figure 3-11 : ACUXL Surge Protection Installed ............................................................................................. 3-15
Figure 3-12 : LAN Surge Protection Installed At Server PC ............................................................................ 3-16
Figure 3-13 : ACURS Controller Enclosure Layout ......................................................................................... 3-26
Figure 3-14 : ACURS2 and ACURS4 Board Component Layout .................................................................... 3-27
Figure 3-15 : ACURS2 Block Diagram ............................................................................................................ 3-28
Figure 3-16 : ACURS4 Block Diagram ............................................................................................................ 3-29
Figure 3-17 : Multi-droop RS-485 Wiring From LAN Connected ACURS2 or ACURS4.................................. 3-43
Figure 3-18 : Dial-up Modem Installed on Top of the ACURS Board .............................................................. 3-44
Figure 3-19 : Location of Fuses, DIP Switches (SW1, SW50) and Rotary Switch (SW2) on the ACU2/16 .... 3-45
Figure 3-20 : Reader addressing per port of ACU for 16 readers. .................................................................. 3-47
Figure 3-21 : Location of Fuses, DIP Switches (SW1, SW50) and Rotary Switch (SW2) on the ACU2 ......... 3-54
Figure 3-22 : ACU-R2 Block diagram .............................................................................................................. 3-55
Figure 3-23 : ACU-R4 Block diagram .............................................................................................................. 3-56
Figure 3-24 : Dial-Up Modem Mounting Kit Installed Inside the ACU Controller Enclosure ............................ 3-57
Figure 3-25 : Dial-Up Modem Bracket. ............................................................................................................ 3-58
Figure 3-26 : Detailed drawing of the Dial-Up Modem ACU-PAK-D1.............................................................. 3-59
Figure 3-27 : ACU-LAN Adapter Mounting Kit Installed Inside the ACU Controller Enclosure........................ 3-65
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Figure 3-28 : ACU-LAN Bracket. ...................................................................................................................... 3-66
Figure 3-29 : Detailed Drawing of the ACU-LAN Adapter. ............................................................................... 3-67
Figure 4-1 : One-Stage Reader (With LCD and Keypad)................................................................................... 4-1
Figure 4-2 : Location of components on the SMT RMS Reader ........................................................................ 4-2
Figure 4-3 : Door Strike Wiring for One-Stage HP Reader .............................................................................. 4-19
Figure 4-4 : Location of DIP Switch (SW2) on the One-Stage Reader ............................................................ 4-21
Figure 4-5 : Location of Components and Connections on the One-Stage HP Reader................................... 4-21
Figure 4-6 : IKE Keypad Component Layout.................................................................................................... 4-27
Figure 5-1 : Location of Components on Surface Mount RRE ........................................................................... 5-2
Figure 5-2 : RRE Circuit Board Component Locations....................................................................................... 5-5
Figure 5-3 : Location of Components on the RRE ............................................................................................. 5-6
Figure 5-4 : Location of Components on the RRE HP. ...................................................................................... 5-7
Figure 5-5 : Overview for use of more than one Surface Mount RRE-2 on the same port............................... 5-12
Figure 5-6 : RRE-2 Surface Mount Component Layout ................................................................................... 5-13
Figure 5-7 : PIN Locations on the Terminal Board of the SMT RRE2.............................................................. 5-13
Figure 5-8 : Overview for use of one RRE-4 on the ACU port. ........................................................................ 5-14
Figure 5-9 : RRE-4 Surface Mount Component Layout ................................................................................... 5-15
Figure 5-10 : PIN Locations on the Terminal Board of the SMT RRE-4........................................................... 5-15
Figure 5-11 : RRE-2 Component Layout.......................................................................................................... 5-22
Figure 5-12 : RRE-4 Component Layout ......................................................................................................... 5-23
Figure 5-13 : Overview for use of more than one RRE-2 on the same port. .................................................... 5-26
Figure 5-14 : Shows the location of components discussed in this section. .................................................... 5-28
Figure 5-15 : RRE-2 Circuit Board Component Locations ............................................................................... 5-28
Figure 5-16 : Shows the location of components discussed in this section ..................................................... 5-33
Figure 5-17 : RRE-4 Circuit Board Component Locations ............................................................................... 5-34
Figure 5-18 : Reader Star Configuration with 4-Port Expander........................................................................ 5-42
Figure 5-19 : Four-Port RS485 Expander Component Location (135187-01 Board Only)............................... 5-44
Figure 5-20 : Four-Port RS485 Expander (4 Port Add-on) Component Location (135187-02 Board Only) ..... 5-44
Figure 5-21 : Rear View of the RMS-10, (left) and a Rear View of the K11 Keypad. (right) ............................ 5-48
Figure 5-22 : K11 Board only PN-IGR-K11WLGW with LEDs, PN-IGR-K11NLWG without LEDs .................. 5-50
Figure 5-23 : Rear View of the RMSC-10, (left) and a Rear View of the K11 Keypad. (right).......................... 5-51
Figure 5-24 : K12 (Essex) X-Y (3x4) Matrix Touchpad (PN 134829) ............................................................... 5-52
Figure 5-26 : K13 (Essex) 26 Bit Wiegand Touchpad (PN135105).................................................................. 5-53
Figure 5-25 : K14 (Essex) 2x6 Keypad (PN 135657 ........................................................................................ 5-53
Figure 5-27 : Front view of Sensor Wiegand reader ........................................................................................ 5-54
Figure 5-28 : Rear view of IGS Mullion Reader................................................................................................ 5-55
Figure 5-29 : Rear view of new IGS Mullion Reader. ....................................................................................... 5-56
Figure 5-30 : Rear view of IGS Mullion Smart Card Reader ............................................................................ 5-57
Figure 5-31 : Front view of IGS Mullion Smart Card Reader............................................................................ 5-57
Figure 5-32 : HID MiniProx 5365...................................................................................................................... 5-62
Figure 5-33 : HID ProxPro PR-5355 With Keypad and PK-5355 Without Keypad........................................... 5-64
Figure 5-34 : HID ThinLine 5395 ...................................................................................................................... 5-66
Figure 5-35 : HID ProxPoint Plus 6005 ............................................................................................................ 5-67
Figure 5-36 : Block diagram of Filter Hook-up.................................................................................................. 5-70
Figure 5-37 : Front view of Sensor Wiegand reader ........................................................................................ 5-73
Figure 5-38 : HID MiniProx 5365...................................................................................................................... 5-78
Figure 5-39 : HID ProxPro PK-5355 With Keypad and PR-5355 Without Keypad........................................... 5-80
Figure 5-40 : ThinLine II Model 5395 Reader to the RRE-4............................................................................. 5-82
Figure 5-41 : HID ProxPoint Plus 6005 ............................................................................................................ 5-83
Figure 6-1 : SMT RIM Component Location....................................................................................................... 6-2
Figure 6-2 : PIN Locations on the Terminal Board of the SMT RIM................................................................... 6-2
Figure 6-3 : Location of Components on the RIM .............................................................................................. 6-3
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Figure 7-1 : Locations of Components on Surface Mount RRM........................................................................ 7-2
Figure 7-2 : Locations of Components on the RRM .......................................................................................... 7-3
Figure 8-1 : Measuring DC Voltage on 4-Amp Power Supply/Charger ........................................................... 8-10
Figure 8-2 : Measuring DC Voltage on 8-Amp Power Supply/Charger ........................................................... 8-11
Figure 9-1 : Measuring DC Voltage on Power Supply/Charger......................................................................... 9-9
Figure 9-2 : Location of PROM and DES Encryption Sockets on ACU2 PCB Assembly ................................ 9-13
Figure 9-3 : PROM Identification Label Example ............................................................................................ 9-13
Figure 10-1 : Elevator Control Relay Assignment Example ............................................................................ 10-2
Figure 10-2 : Elevator Control Relay Wiring .................................................................................................... 10-4
Figure 10-3 : Elevator Control Relay Interface ................................................................................................ 10-7
Figure A-1 : DS150i Wiring Diagram ............................................................................................................... A-15
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Tables
Table 1-1 : General Specifications ACUXL-16 Networked Intelligent Controller ............................................... 1-9
Table 1-2 : General Specifications ACURS2 and ACURS4 Networked Intelligent Controller ......................... 1-10
Table 1-3 : General Specifications ACU2 and ACUX Networked Intelligent Controller ................................... 1-10
Table 1-4 : General Specifications ACU-R2 Networked Intelligent Controller ................................................. 1-11
Table 1-5 : General Specifications ACU-R4 Networked Intelligent Controller ................................................. 1-12
Table 1-6 : General Specifications One-Stage Reader ................................................................................... 1-12
Table 1-7 : General Specifications Remote Module Enclosure ....................................................................... 1-13
Table 1-8 : General Specifications RRE Remote Reader Electronics ............................................................. 1-13
Table 1-9 : General Specifications RRE-2 and RRE-4 Remote Reader Electronics ....................................... 1-13
Table 1-10 : General Specifications RIM Remote Input Module ..................................................................... 1-14
Table 1-11 : General Specifications Remote Relay Module ............................................................................ 1-15
Table 1-12 : General Specifications IKE Keypad (IKE-00RDIGW) .................................................................. 1-15
Table 1-13 : General Specifications RS485 4-Port Expander ......................................................................... 1-15
Table 1-14 : General Specifications of REN .................................................................................................... 1-16
Table 1-15 : Typical Operating Currents for Devices ...................................................................................... 1-16
Table 2-1 : ACU Alarm sense with 1k terminator ............................................................................................ 2-13
Table 2-2 : ACU Alarm sense at 200-ohm terminator ..................................................................................... 2-13
Table 2-3 : RRE02-E00 Alarm sense – Surface Mount - 1K/1K ohm .............................................................. 2-13
Table 2-4 : SMT RIM Alarm sense - 1K/1K and 200 / 10K ohm ...................................................................... 2-14
Table 2-5 : General Specifications ACU-5APWR Power Supply and Charger ................................................ 2-20
Table 2-6 : General Specifications ACU-8APWR Power Supply and Charger ................................................ 2-22
Table 3-1 : PC (9-pin) to ACU (RS-232) ............................................................................................................ 3-2
Table 3-2 : PC (25-pin) to ACU (RS-232)Modem Connection: .......................................................................... 3-2
Table 3-3 : Host PC to ACU (RS-232) ............................................................................................................... 3-2
Table 3-4 : B&B Model 485CON or 422LCOR to ACUXL and ACURS ............................................................. 3-4
Table 3-5 : B&B Model 485CSP to ACU ........................................................................................................... 3-5
Table 3-6 : DB-9 Connection for 485 CON. ....................................................................................................... 3-6
Table 3-7 : DB-9 Connection for 485 CSP and 422 COR ................................................................................. 3-6
Table 3-8 : DB-25 Connection for 485 CON. ..................................................................................................... 3-6
Table 3-9 : DB-25 Connection for 485 CSP and 422 COR. .............................................................................. 3-6
Table 3-10 : ACUXL RS-485 Wiring From LAN Connected ACUXL. ................................................................ 3-8
Table 3-11 : DIP Switch SW1 Settings on the ACUXL Controller ..................................................................... 3-9
Table 3-12 : DIP Switch SW2 Settings on the ACUXL Controller ..................................................................... 3-9
Table 3-13 : DIP Switch SW3 Settings on the ACUXL Controller ................................................................... 3-10
Table 3-14 : Rotary Switch SW4 Settings on the ACUXL ............................................................................... 3-10
Table 3-15 : DIP Switch SW5 Add EOL Termination to Inputs ........................................................................ 3-10
Table 3-16 : DIP Switch SW6 Add EOL Termination to Inputs ........................................................................ 3-11
Table 3-17 : Dial-up Modem LED Indicators. .................................................................................................. 3-13
Table 3-18 : LAN Connection LED Indicators. ................................................................................................. 3-16
Table 3-19 : Alarm Zone Status LED indicators. ............................................................................................. 3-17
Table 3-20 : Terminal Block TB1 Pin Number Identification ............................................................................ 3-30
Table 3-21 : Terminal Block TB2, 3, and 4 Pin Number Identification ............................................................. 3-31
Table 3-22 : Terminal Block TB5, 6, and 7 Pin Number Identification ............................................................. 3-32
Table 3-23 : Terminal Block TB8 Pin Number Identification ............................................................................ 3-33
Table 3-24 : Terminal Block TB9 Pin Number Identification ............................................................................ 3-33
Table 3-25 : Terminal Block TB10 Pin Number Identification .......................................................................... 3-34
Table 3-26 : Terminal Block TB11 Pin Number Identification .......................................................................... 3-34
Table 3-27 : Terminal Block TB12, 13, and 14, Pin Number Identification ...................................................... 3-35
Table 3-28 : Terminal Block TB15, 16, and 17, Pin Number Identification ...................................................... 3-36
Table 3-29 : Terminal Block TB18 Pin Number Identification .......................................................................... 3-37
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Table 3-30 : Relay Numbers for ACURS2 and ACURS4 Readers ..................................................................3-37
Table 3-31 : Physical to Logical Zone Numbering ............................................................................................3-38
Table 3-32 : Switch SW1 Settings on the ACURS2 and ACURS4 ...................................................................3-38
Table 3-33 : DIP Switch SW2 Settings on the ACURS2 and ACURS4 Controller ...........................................3-39
Table 3-34 : DIP Switch SW3 Settings on the ACURS2 and ACURS4 Controller ...........................................3-39
Table 3-35 : Rotary Switch SW4 Settings on the ACURS2 and ACURS4 .......................................................3-40
Table 3-36 : DIP Switch SW6 Settings Alarm Termination for Readers ...........................................................3-40
Table 3-37 : Switch SW7 Power Switch on the ACURS2 and ACURS4 ..........................................................3-41
Table 3-38 : Power-Up LED Status ..................................................................................................................3-41
Table 3-39 : ACURS Online Status LEDS ........................................................................................................3-42
Table 3-40 : LAN LED Status ...........................................................................................................................3-42
Table 3-41 : Host Port LED Status ...................................................................................................................3-42
Table 3-42 : Reader Zone LED Status .............................................................................................................3-42
Table 3-43 : Relay and Door Strike LED Status ...............................................................................................3-42
Table 3-44 : Multi-droop RS-485 Wiring From LAN Connected ACURS2 or ACURS4. ...................................3-43
Table 3-45 : Relays - Physical to Logical Zone Numbering .............................................................................3-46
Table 3-46 : RRE-2 & RRE-4 DIP switch settings ............................................................................................3-47
Table 3-47 : DIP Switch Settings ......................................................................................................................3-47
Table 3-48 : ACU2 TB1 Connections ...............................................................................................................3-49
Table 3-49 : ACU2 TB2 Connections ...............................................................................................................3-50
Table 3-50 : ACU2 TB3 Connections ...............................................................................................................3-51
Table 3-51 : ACU2 TB4 Connections ...............................................................................................................3-52
Table 3-52 : ACU2 TB5 Connections ...............................................................................................................3-53
Table 3-53 : ACU2 TB6 Connections (ACU2 only) ..........................................................................................3-53
Table 3-54 : ACU Dial-Up Modem Cable connections. ....................................................................................3-59
Table 3-55 : ACU Dial-up Modem Cable connections. .....................................................................................3-59
Table 3-56 : Dial-up Modem LED indicators. ...................................................................................................3-59
Table 3-57 : Terminal Block TB1 (Yellow) Pin Number Identification ...............................................................3-60
Table 3-58 : Terminal Block TB2 (Red) Pin Number Identification ...................................................................3-61
Table 3-59 : Terminal Block TB3 (Green) Pin Number Identification ...............................................................3-62
Table 3-60 : Terminal Block TB4 (Blue) Pin Number Identification ..................................................................3-63
Table 3-61 : Terminal Block TB5 Pin Number Identification .............................................................................3-64
Table 3-62 : ACU- LAN Adapter Cable Connections. ......................................................................................3-67
Table 3-63 : ACU- LAN Adapter Cable connections. .......................................................................................3-67
Table 3-64 : ACU-LAN Adapter LED Indicators. ..............................................................................................3-67
Table 3-65 : DIP Switch SW1 Settings on the ACU2, R2, and R4 Controllers .................................................3-72
Table 3-66 : Rotary Switch SW2 Settings on the ACU2, ACU-R2, and ACU-R4 Controllers ..........................3-73
Table 3-67 : DIP Switch SW50 Settings on the ACU2 Controller .....................................................................3-73
Table 3-68 : DIP Switch SW3 Settings on ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 ....................................................................3-73
Table 3-69 : DIP Switch SW4 Settings on ACU-R2 and ACU2-R4 ..................................................................3-74
Table 3-70 : DIP Switch SW5 Settings on ACU2-R2 and ACU2-R4 ................................................................3-75
Table 3-71 : ACU2 Controller's PCB Assembly Jumper Configurations ..........................................................3-75
Table 3-72 : ACU-R Controller's PCB Assembly Jumper Configurations ........................................................3-76
Table 3-73 : ACU2 Power Up Test LED Status ................................................................................................3-76
Table 3-74 : Power-Up LED Status for ACU2-R2 and ACU2-R4 .....................................................................3-77
Table 3-75 : ACU2 Online Test LED Status for ACU2 .....................................................................................3-77
Table 3-76 : Normal LED Status for ACU2-R2 and ACU2-R4 .........................................................................3-77
Table 4-1 : Terminal Board TB1 wiring ...............................................................................................................4-3
Table 4-2 : Terminal Board TB2 wiring connections ..........................................................................................4-4
Table 4-3 : DIP Switch SW1 Settings .................................................................................................................4-5
Table 4-4 : DIP switch settings for SW2 .............................................................................................................4-6
Table 4-5 : Jumper settings ................................................................................................................................4-7
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Table 4-6 : LED Indicators on the reader .......................................................................................................... 4-7
Table 4-7 : Physical Reader Zones ................................................................................................................... 4-8
Table 4-8 : Logical alarm zones ........................................................................................................................ 4-9
Table 4-9 : Relay numbers .............................................................................................................................. 4-10
Table 4-10 : Status LCDs on the front of the RMS reader ............................................................................... 4-12
Table 4-11 : One-Stage Reader Wiring Connections - Readers 0 Through 3 ................................................. 4-15
Table 4-12 : One-Stage Reader Wiring Connections - Readers 4 Through 7 ................................................. 4-16
Table 4-13 : One-Stage HP Reader TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 0 Through 3 ................................... 4-17
Table 4-14 : One-Stage HP Reader TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 4 Through 7 ................................... 4-18
Table 4-15 : One-Stage HP Reader TB2 Wiring Connections ........................................................................ 4-19
Table 4-16 : One-Stage Reader DIP Switch Settings ...................................................................................... 4-20
Table 4-17 : RRE DIP Switch Settings ............................................................................................................ 4-20
Table 4-18 : One-Stage HP Reader Jumper Settings ..................................................................................... 4-22
Table 4-19 : One-Stage Reader Alarm Numbers for Host PC ......................................................................... 4-22
Table 4-20 : One-Stage Reader Logical Alarm Numbers for Host PC ............................................................ 4-23
Table 4-21 : RRE Relay Numbers ................................................................................................................... 4-24
Table 4-22 : One-Stage Reader LED/Beeper Usage ...................................................................................... 4-25
Table 4-23 : Wiring Connections IKE Keypad to ACU Readers 0–3 and 8–12 ............................................... 4-28
Table 4-24 : Wiring Connections IKE Keypad to ACU Readers 4-7 and 13–15 .............................................. 4-28
Table 4-25 : Wiring Connections for IKE Keypad TB2 .................................................................................... 4-29
Table 4-26 : RJ-45 Cable From RMS-10 read-head ....................................................................................... 4-29
Table 4-27 : IKE Keypad Jumper Configurations ............................................................................................ 4-30
Table 4-28 : Switch SW1 Reader Address Settings ........................................................................................ 4-31
Table 4-29 : Switch SW1 Reader Technology Settings ................................................................................... 4-31
Table 4-30 : SW1 Zone Termination Settings ................................................................................................. 4-31
Table 5-1 : RRE Surface Mount Jumper Settings ............................................................................................. 5-2
Table 5-2 : RRE Surface Mount DIP SW1 Switch Settings ............................................................................... 5-3
Table 5-3 : RRE Surface Mount DIP Switch SW3 settings ................................................................................ 5-3
Table 5-4 : LEDs for Surface Mount RRE ......................................................................................................... 5-4
Table 5-5 : RRE DIP Switch Settings ................................................................................................................ 5-6
Table 5-6 : RRE HP Jumper Settings. ............................................................................................................... 5-7
Table 5-7 : RRE HP Jumper Settings ................................................................................................................ 5-7
Table 5-8 : RRE Alarm Numbers for the Host PC ............................................................................................. 5-8
Table 5-9 : RRE Relay Numbers ....................................................................................................................... 5-8
Table 5-10 : RRE TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 0 Through 3 .................................................................. 5-9
Table 5-11 : RRE TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 4 Through 7 ................................................................ 5-10
Table 5-12 : RRE TB-2 Wiring Connections .................................................................................................... 5-11
Table 5-13 : RRE TB-3 Wiring Connections .................................................................................................... 5-11
Table 5-14 : RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount DIP Switch SW1 Reader Settings ........................................ 5-16
Table 5-15 : RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount DIP Switch SW1 Reader Type Setting ................................. 5-16
Table 5-16 : RRE-2 Surface Mount DIP Switch SW2 Zone Termination Settings ........................................... 5-17
Table 5-17 : RRE-4 Surface Mount DIP Switch SW2 Zone Termination Settings ........................................... 5-17
Table 5-18 : RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount DIP Switch SW3 Communications Termination Settings ..... 5-17
Table 5-19 : RRE-4 Surface Mount DIP Switch SW4 Zone Termination Settings ........................................... 5-18
Table 5-20 : RRE-2 Surface Mount Settings for Jumpers W1-W4 .................................................................. 5-18
Table 5-21 : RRE-4 Surface Mount TB1 Connections. .................................................................................... 5-19
Table 5-22 : RRE-4 Surface Mount TB2 Connections. .................................................................................... 5-19
Table 5-23 : RRE-4 Surface Mount TB3 Connections. .................................................................................... 5-20
Table 5-24 : RRE-4 Surface Mount Settings for Jumpers W1-W8. ................................................................. 5-20
Table 5-25 : RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount Status LEDs. ........................................................................ 5-20
Table 5-26 : RRE-4 Surface Mount Settings Input Zone LEDs. ...................................................................... 5-21
Table 5-27 : RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount Relay LEDs. ......................................................................... 5-21
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Table 5-28 : RRE-2 and RRE-4 DIP Switch Settings .......................................................................................5-22
Table 5-29 : RRE-2 and RRE-4 Jumper Settings .............................................................................................5-23
Table 5-30 : Power Up LED .............................................................................................................................5-24
Table 5-31 : Normal LED Indicators .................................................................................................................5-24
Table 5-32 : RRE-4 Alarm Numbers for Host PC .............................................................................................5-24
Table 5-33 : RRE-4 Relay Numbers .................................................................................................................5-25
Table 5-34 : RRE-2 Alarm Numbers for Host PC .............................................................................................5-25
Table 5-35 : RRE-2 Relay Numbers .................................................................................................................5-26
Table 5-36 : RRE-2 TB1 Wiring Connections ...................................................................................................5-29
Table 5-37 : RRE-2 TB2 Wiring Connections ...................................................................................................5-30
Table 5-38 : RRE-2 TB3 Wiring Connections ...................................................................................................5-31
Table 5-39 : RRE-2 TB4 Wiring Connections ...................................................................................................5-32
Table 5-40 : RRE-4 TB1 Wiring Connections ...................................................................................................5-35
Table 5-41 : RRE-4 TB2 Wiring Connections ...................................................................................................5-36
Table 5-42 : RRE-4 TB3 Wiring Connections ...................................................................................................5-37
Table 5-43 : RRE-4 TB3 Wiring Connections ...................................................................................................5-38
Table 5-44 : RRE-4 TB4 Wiring Connections ...................................................................................................5-39
Table 5-45 : RJ-45 Cable From RMS-10 and RRE ..........................................................................................5-41
Table 5-46 : RRE Switch setting ......................................................................................................................5-41
Table 5-47 : Wiring Connections from 4-Port RS-485 Expander to ACU-2 Reader Port 1. (TB1) ...................5-43
Table 5-48 : Wiring Connections from 4-Port RS-485 Expander to ACU-2 Reader Port 2. (TB1) ...................5-43
Table 5-49 : Typical Wiring Connections 4-Port RS-485 Expander (TB2 through TB5) to RRE ......................5-43
Table 5-50 : RS-485 Termination Jumpers ......................................................................................................5-45
Table 5-51 : DIP Switch Settings ......................................................................................................................5-45
Table 5-52 : LED Definitions ............................................................................................................................5-46
Table 5-53 : Wiring GE Security Proximity Readers 240 and 245 to the RRE .................................................5-47
Table 5-54 : RRE Switch setting when using GE Security Reader ..................................................................5-47
Table 5-55 : K11 To RRE Wiring ......................................................................................................................5-48
Table 5-56 : RRE Switch setting for K11 ..........................................................................................................5-49
Table 5-57 : K11 To RRE Wiring ......................................................................................................................5-51
Table 5-58 : RRE Switch setting for K11 when used with the RMSC-10 Reader ............................................5-51
Table 5-59 : Wiring K12 (Essex) X-Y (3x4) Matrix Keypad ..............................................................................5-52
Table 5-60 : Wiring K14 (Essex) 2x6 Keypad ..................................................................................................5-52
Table 5-61 : Wiring K13 (Essex) 26 Bit Wiegand Keypad ................................................................................5-53
Table 5-62 : Wiegand Read Head to RRE .......................................................................................................5-54
Table 5-63 : IGS Mullion Reader to RRE .........................................................................................................5-55
Table 5-65 : RRE Switch Setting for RMS-10 With K11 or Magstripe Extender ..............................................5-56
Table 5-64 : New IGS Mullion Reader to RRE .................................................................................................5-56
Table 5-66 : New IGS Mullion Reader to RRE .................................................................................................5-57
Table 5-67 : RRE Switch setting when using RMSC-10 Reader ......................................................................5-57
Table 5-68 : Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller .......................................................5-58
Table 5-69 : Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller .......................................................5-58
Table 5-70 : Wiring the 3321 Dual Zone Controller to RRE .............................................................................5-58
Table 5-71 : Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 3311 Single Zone Controller. ....................................................5-59
Table 5-72 : Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 3311 Single Zone Controller. ....................................................5-59
Table 5-73 : Wiring the 3311 Single Zone Controller to RRE ...........................................................................5-59
Table 5-74 : Wiring Cotag Reader 5280 to the RRE ........................................................................................5-60
Table 5-75 : Wiring Cotag Reader 5280 to the ACU2, ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 .................................................5-60
Table 5-76 : Wiring Cryptag Reader to the RRE-4 ...........................................................................................5-61
Table 5-77 : Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5365 Reader to the ACU ..................................................................5-62
Table 5-78 : Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5363 Reader to the RRE ..................................................................5-63
Table 5-79 : Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5364 Reader to the RRE ..................................................................5-63
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Table 5-80 : Wiring HID ProxPro Model 5355 Reader to the RRE .................................................................. 5-64
Table 5-81 : Wiring HID ThinLine Model TL-5395 and ProxPro II Model 5455 Reader to the RRE ................ 5-66
Table 5-82 : Wiring HID Reader to the RRE .................................................................................................... 5-67
Table 5-83 : Wiring ASR-110 or ASR-112 to the RRE .................................................................................... 5-68
Table 5-84 : Wiring ASR-142 to the RRE ........................................................................................................ 5-68
Table 5-85 : Wiring MR-10 Read Head to the RRE ......................................................................................... 5-69
Table 5-86 : RRE Switch setting when using RMS-18 (MR-10) Reader ......................................................... 5-69
Table 5-87 : P-300/P-500/P-600 Read Head to RRE-4 ................................................................................... 5-70
Table 5-88 : P-300/P-500/P-600 Read Head to RRE or S-22 ......................................................................... 5-70
Table 5-89 : P-300/P-500/P-600 Read Head to ACU-R2 (TB3, green connector) .......................................... 5-71
Table 5-90 : P-300/P-500/P-600 Read Head to ACU-R4 (TB3, green connector and TB4, blue connector) .. 5-71
Table 5-91 : Wiring SecuraKey Read Head to the RRE .................................................................................. 5-72
Table 5-92 : Wiring Dorado Read Head to the RRE ........................................................................................ 5-72
Table 5-93 : Wiegand Read Head to RRE-4 ................................................................................................... 5-73
Table 5-94 : Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller ....................................................... 5-74
Table 5-95 : Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller ....................................................... 5-74
Table 5-96 : Wiring the 3321 Dual Zone Controller to the RRE-4 ................................................................... 5-74
Table 5-97 : Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 3311 Single Zone Controller. ................................................... 5-75
Table 5-98 : Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 5311 Single Zone Controller. ................................................... 5-75
Table 5-99 : Wiring the 5311 Single Zone Controller to the RRE-4 ................................................................. 5-75
Table 5-100 : Wiring Cotag Reader 5280 to the RRE ..................................................................................... 5-76
Table 5-101 : Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5365 Reader to the RRE-4 ............................................................ 5-78
Table 5-102 : Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5363 Reader to the RRE-4 ............................................................ 5-79
Table 5-103 : Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5364 Reader to the RRE-4 ............................................................ 5-79
Table 5-104 : Wiring HID ProxPro Model 5355 Reader to the RRE-4 ............................................................. 5-80
Table 5-105 : Wiring HID ThinLine II Model 5395 Reader to the RRE-4 ......................................................... 5-82
Table 5-106 : Wiring HID Reader to the ACU .................................................................................................. 5-83
Table 5-107 : Wiring ASR-110 or ASR-112 to the RRE-4 ............................................................................... 5-84
Table 5-108 : Wiring ASR-142 to the RRE-4 ................................................................................................... 5-84
Table 5-109 : Wiring SecuraKey Read Head to the RRE-4 ............................................................................. 5-85
Table 5-110 : Wiring Dorado Read Head to the RRE-4 .................................................................................. 5-85
Table 6-1 : SMT RIM Wiring Connections for SMT RIM TB9 and TB11 to ACU Reader Port 1 ....................... 6-4
Table 6-2 : RIM Wiring Connections for RIM (TB9 and TB11) to ACU Reader Port 2 ...................................... 6-5
Table 6-3 : RIM Wiring Connections for TB1 - TB3 ........................................................................................... 6-6
Table 6-4 : Input Zone Status By Resistance .................................................................................................... 6-6
Table 6-5 : RIM Wiring Connections for TB4, 7, and 8 ...................................................................................... 6-7
Table 6-6 : RIM Wiring Connections for TB5, 6, and 10 .................................................................................... 6-7
Table 6-7 : Surface Mount RIM DIP Switch Settings ......................................................................................... 6-8
Table 6-8 : Surface Mount RIM Switch SW2 for RS485 Terminations. ............................................................. 6-8
Table 6-9 : Surface Mount RIM Switch SW3 and SW4 for Input Terminations. ................................................ 6-9
Table 6-10 : Surface Mount RIM Jumpers W1 and W2. .................................................................................... 6-9
Table 6-11 : RIM DIP Switch Settings ............................................................................................................. 6-10
Table 6-12 : RIM and Surface Mount RIM Normal LED Status ....................................................................... 6-11
Table 6-13 : RIM Normal LED Status .............................................................................................................. 6-11
Table 6-14 : RIM Alarm Numbers for the Host PC .......................................................................................... 6-12
Table 6-15 : RIM Relay Numbers for the Host PC .......................................................................................... 6-12
Table 7-1 : RRM Wiring Connections for Reader Port 1 ................................................................................... 7-4
Table 7-2 : RRM Wiring Connections for Reader Port 2 ................................................................................... 7-5
Table 7-3 : RRM Normal LED Operation ........................................................................................................... 7-5
Table 7-4 : RRM Wiring Connections for Relays 1 & 2 ..................................................................................... 7-6
Table 7-5 : RRM Wiring Connections for Relays 3 - 5 ....................................................................................... 7-6
Table 7-6 : RRM Wiring Connections for Relays 5-7 ......................................................................................... 7-7
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Table 7-7 : RRM Wiring Connections for Relays 8-11 .......................................................................................7-8
Table 7-8 : RRM Wiring Connections for Relays 12-16 .....................................................................................7-9
Table 7-9 : RRM DIP Switch SW1 Settings ........................................................................................................7-9
Table 7-10 : RRM DIP Switch SW1 Settings ....................................................................................................7-10
Table 7-11 : RRM Alarm Numbers for the Host PC .........................................................................................7-10
Table 7-12 : RRM Relay Numbers for the Host PC ..........................................................................................7-11
Table 8-1 : ACU2X LED Power-Up Self Test .....................................................................................................8-1
Table 8-2 : ACU2 LED Power-Up Self Test .......................................................................................................8-1
Table 8-3 : ACU2X Online Test LEDS ...............................................................................................................8-2
Table 8-4 : ACU Online Test LEDS ....................................................................................................................8-2
Table 8-5 : One-Stage Reader Wiring Test ........................................................................................................8-3
Table 8-6 : Test Points and Voltages .................................................................................................................8-3
Table 8-7 : Test Points and Resistance .............................................................................................................8-3
Table 8-8 : One Stage Reader Power-Up Self Test ...........................................................................................8-4
Table 8-9 : One-Stage Reader LED/Beeper Usage ...........................................................................................8-4
Table 8-10 : REE Connections ...........................................................................................................................8-5
Table 8-11 : RRE Test Points and Voltages .......................................................................................................8-5
Table 8-12 : RRE Test Points and Resistance ...................................................................................................8-6
Table 8-13 : LED Indicators on the RRE ............................................................................................................8-6
Table 8-14 : Read Head LED Usage for RRE ....................................................................................................8-6
Table 8-15 : RIM Test Points and Voltages ........................................................................................................8-7
Table 8-16 : Power-up LED Indicators on the RIM .............................................................................................8-7
Table 8-17 : Normal LED Indicators on the RIM ................................................................................................8-8
Table 8-18 : RRM Test points and Voltages ......................................................................................................8-8
Table 8-19 : Power-up LED Indicators on the RRM ...........................................................................................8-9
Table 8-20 : Normal LED Indicators on the RRM ...............................................................................................8-9
Table 8-21 : Normal LED Indicators on the 4-Amp Power Supply ...................................................................8-10
Table 8-22 : Normal LED Indicators on the 8-Amp Power Supply ...................................................................8-11
Table 9-1 : Output DC Voltage(s) on the ACU Batteries ....................................................................................9-3
Table 9-2 : Replaceable Parts on the ACU2 Controller .....................................................................................9-6
Table 9-3 : Parts replacement chart for One-Stage Reader .............................................................................9-15
Table 9-4 : Parts replacement chart for RRE ...................................................................................................9-17
Table 9-5 : Parts replacement chart for RIM16-E1L .........................................................................................9-17
Table 9-6 : Parts replacement chart for RRM16-E1L .......................................................................................9-18
Table 10-1 : Elevator Relay Numbering for Standard Mode ............................................................................10-3
Table 10-2 : Elevator Relay Numbering for Floor Tracking ..............................................................................10-3
Table 10-3 : Relay Numbering for Elevator Control .........................................................................................10-6
Table 10-4 : Elevator Relay Numbering for Floor Tracking ..............................................................................10-6
Table 10-5 : Elevator Relay Numbering for Floor Tracking ..............................................................................10-6
Table A-1 : Alarm zone reporting on the Host PC ............................................................................................. A-1
Table A-2 : Physical alarm zone reporting on the ............................................................................................. A-2
Table A-3 : ACU Reader Logical Alarm Numbers for the Host PC ................................................................... A-3
Table A-4 : RRM alarm numbers for the Host PC ............................................................................................. A-3
Table A-5 : RIM alarm numbers for the Host PC ............................................................................................... A-4
Table A-6 : ACU Alarm Reporting Voltage Levels ............................................................................................ A-4
Table A-7 : Physical to Logical Reader Zone Numbering ACU2/16 .................................................................. A-5
Table A-8 : One-Stage Reader and RRE Relay numbers for the Host PC ....................................................... A-7
Table A-9 : ACU2 Controller Relay Numbers for the Host PC .......................................................................... A-8
Table A-10 : ACU2 RIM Relay numbers for the Host PC .................................................................................. A-8
Table A-11 : ACU2 RRM Relay numbers for the Host PC ................................................................................ A-9
Table A-12 : RRM Alarm Numbers for Host PC ................................................................................................ A-9
Table A-13 Old Model Number Reference to New Model Numbers .............................................................. A-14
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Chapter 1
Introduction
About This Manual
This manual contains instructions for:
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Unpacking
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Testing
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Packing
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Maintaining ACU Components
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Returning Equipment
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UL Specifications
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Installing
FCC Registration
This equipment complies with the requirements in Part 15 of the FCC Rules for a Class A computing
device. Operation of this equipment in residential area may cause unacceptable interference to radio
and TV reception requiring the operator to take whatever steps are necessary to correct the interference.
UL Standards
The following GE Security equipment is listed for the following Underwriters Laboratories Standards; UL
1076 and UL 294;
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SAPPHIRE Pro, DIAMOND, DIAMOND II and ONE-32 PLUS Host Computers
ACU2, ACU2X, and ACUXL Controllers
ACU Enclosure with ACU2-PS4, ACU-5APWR, and ACU-8APWR power supplies.
ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 Controllers
ACU One Stage Reader IGR-RMS2WG or B (RMS-1, RMS-2, RWE-1, RWE-2, RPX-1, RPX-2)
Remote Reader Electronics and RRE HP configuration RRE0, 1, 2. 2A, and 4 (Part Numbers
RRE01-E00, RRE01-E1L, RRE02-E00, RRE02-E1L, RRE04-E00 AND RRE04-E1L)
Integrated Keypad Electronics (Part Number IKE-00RDIGW)
Remote Input Modules (RIM) (Part Numbers RIM16-E00 & RIM16-E1L)
Remote Relay Modules (RRM16-E00) (Part Numbers RRM16-E00 & RRM16-E1L)
Remote Module Enclosure with power supply (REN and REND)
Keypads IGR-K11NLWG and IGR-K11WLGW (K-10, K-10L, K-10P, K-10LP, K11)
Read Heads RMS-10 and RWE-12 (RPP2-50, RPP2-54, RPP2-56, RPP2-58, RPP2-60)
HID ProxPro Model 5355 with and without keypad
HID ProxPoint Model 6005
MiniProx Model 5365
Thin Line II Model 5395
Magstripe Extender (Part Number IGR-RMSMAG-EXT)
NOTE:
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Any reader or keypads other than the ones listed are not to be used on a UL listed system.
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UL Specifications
In order to comply with UL 1076 and/or UL 294 the following items must be adhered to, if these conditions are not met, the installation will be in violation of the UL requirements.
UL Installations with ACUs communicating on a LAN must utilize TDES (Triple DES Encryption).
Only UL listed equipment may be connected to the GE Security system. This includes external power
supplies, motion detector, door contacts, enclosures, etc.
With reference to Table 3-48 through Table 3-52 the maximum current drawn from TB1-4 and TB5-3
must not exceed a total of 0.25 amps.
With reference to Table 3-49 the maximum current drawn from each reader port must be limited to 1.25
amps.
With reference to Table 4-11, Table 4-12 and Table 4-15 the following applies: “If the card reader is in an
unprotected area the door strike must be controlled by the ACU-2.”
The End-Of-Line resistor must be located within the alarm zone sensor enclosure.
Shielded cables must be used for all communication and read head runs.
The temperature range for UL listed sites is 0 to 65 degrees C.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
The following WARNINGS: and CAUTIONS: appear here for your safety. They are general in nature and
do not pertain to specific procedural steps. There are, however, additional safety precautions that do pertain to specific procedural steps. These precautions appear at the point in the installation and/or maintenance procedures where a hazard is most likely to be encountered.
BE SURE to read and follow all personal safety WARNINGS and equipment CAUTIONS appearing in
this document PRIOR to beginning ACU installation.
Warning:
Be sure to observe battery manufacturer's instructions:
Danger Explosive Gases
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Use in a well-ventilated area away from open flame, cigarettes, sparks, and other
sources of ignition.
Shield eyes and face when working around battery.
Do not make direct contact between the positive and negative terminals.
Do not puncture, disassemble or incinerate battery.
Dispose of in accordance with environmental regulations.
Poison - Contains lead compounds and corrosive acid
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Contains sulfuric acid and can cause sever burns. In the event of contact flush
with water and obtain immediate medical attention.
Keep out of reach of Children
Re-Charge in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions
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Warning:
The ACU components described in this manual contain electrical shock hazard potential. Only qualified personnel should perform installation and maintenance. An electrical disconnect device must be included as part of the building wiring. Make certain
that the power is turned off in the area you will be working before proceeding with
installation or service of the ACU.
Warning:
Make certain that the AC power source circuit breaker(s) is OFF BEFORE proceeding. Failure to heed this WARNING: can cause damage to unit(s).
Warning:
The ACU components described in this manual contain electrical shock hazard potential. Only qualified personnel should perform installation and maintenance. An electrical disconnect device must be included as part of the building wiring. Make certain
that the power is turned off in the area you will be working before proceeding with
installation or service of the ACU.
Warning:
Do not use the ACU Controller, Remote Reader Electronics, Remote Input Module or
Remote Relay Module to switch any voltage above 30 volts. Failure to heed this
WARNING can cause death, personal injury or damage to unit(s).
CAUTION:
The ACU controllers must have separate conduit run to each enclosure. Only cables/
wires that begin or terminate in the enclosure should run into the enclosure. DO NOT
use the enclosure(s) as "pull-boxes" for any foreign wiring. The enclosures should be
arranged for separate conduit runs.
NOTICE: Fire Safety Notice
Warning:
NEVER connect any card reader devices or locks onto doors, gates or barriers that
may be fire exits without first consulting and getting approval of applicable local officials. Use of push buttons to exit may be illegal. Single action exit may be required.
Obtain proper permits and approvals in writing before installation.
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System Overview Diagram
ACU2
ACU2
HOST COMPUTER
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Figure 1-1: System Overview
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System Overview
System Overview
The ACU controllers are intelligent, remote, state-of-the-art units for access control, alarm monitoring
and output control. The ACU controllers incorporate two card reader ports. Each port can control four
card readers (see Section 2) multi-dropped using an RS-485 interface. The ACU controller includes 12
supervised alarm inputs and 12 relay outputs, all user-configurable as to function and reporting format.
Optional on-board DES Encrypted communication is available.
ACU Controller
The ACU Controller consists of a Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Controller Assembly (a single processor
board) with optional battery backup. The processor is a 20-MHz 68008 with a minimum of 4-Mbytes
RAM expandable to 4-Mbytes. Program memory consists of 64 Kilobytes EPROM.
Reader communication is non-encrypted polled serial protocol up to 4000 ft. (1220 m) for the One-Stage
Readers and remote modules.
We provide alarm monitoring by 12 UL grade-A supervised inputs, cabinet tamper inputs and power loss
inputs. The supervised inputs may also be configured for exit push button and door contact inputs for the
card readers.
Twelve relays with form-C contacts are provided for strike activation and/or remote control.
DIP switches and a rotary device-polling address switch are available for user configuration.
Communication to the host computer is either RS-232, RS-485, or over a LAN system. It has been evaluated by UL to meet Grade-AA requirements in UL 1076. A dual reporting path configuration is available.
Readers
The ACU Controller supports the reader communication protocol. The ACU Controller polls each reader
for card data or status changes constantly.
Six wires are required for, transmit data, receive data, power, and ground. Six additional wires are
required (two for door contact monitor, two for door strike and two for exit push button).
Each ACU Controller port supports four readers with the address set on the reader DIP switch, i.e., readers 0 to 3 (addresses 0 to 3) are on reader port 1 and readers 4 to 7 (addresses 0 to 3) are on reader
port 2.
Each ACUXL/16 Controller port supports eight readers with the address set on the reader DIP switch,
i.e., readers 0 to 3 and 8 to 11 (addresses 0 to 3 and 8 to 11) are on reader port 1 and readers 4 to 7 and
12 to 15 (addresses 0 to 3 and 12 to 15) are on reader port 2.
Access Control
The ACU Controller provides local access request processing using the data base downloaded from the
host computer. ACU Readers can be operated as a single reader with exit push button or in a paired
reader configuration. The door strike and door held open times are user-configurable.
Access alarms consist of door forced open, door held open, reader tamper and reader off-line. Uses
have the ability to mask all alarms.
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Alarm Monitoring
Alarm zone monitoring allows the system to monitor 12 intrusion detection zones on the ACU Controller,
four zones on each ACU Reader and 16 zones on the Remote Input Module. Each zone is a UL GradeA, two-wire supervised circuit for monitoring alarm detection devices, such as ultrasonic motion detectors. Four trouble conditions may be detected:
Open loop
Shorted loop
Grounded loop
Line fault
Cabinet tamper and power fail inputs are always monitored. Door forced open, door held open, reader
off-line and reader tamper alarms are also reported to the host.
Remote Control
Relays may be activated by commands from the host system, by an access cycle to control the door
strike, by Local Alarm Output Command or by a Local Relay Command. Twelve relays are available on
the ACUXL. They are type form-C dry contact. Sixteen relays are available on the Remote Relay Module. They are type form-C dry contact. Two form-C dry contact relays are available on the Remote
Reader Electronics, the One-Stage HP Reader and Remote Input Module. Since the relays are used for
door strikes and outputs, the ACU Controller will accept both door strike commands and user-activated
relay commands designated to the same relay.
The relay contacts are rated at 30 volts AC/DC at 2 amps maximum.
The “DS” output on the one-stage reader is rated at 28 VDC at 1 amp maximum.
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Unpacking, Packing and Returning Instructions
The following is a step-by-step procedure for unpacking, inspecting and returning any of the ACU System
equipment.
CAUTION:
Prior to handling ACU System components, be sure to follow the two rules below to avoid
damaging the IC's by static electricity.
1. Handle all static-sensitive components at a static safeguarded work area.
2. Transport all static-sensitive components in static-shield containers or
packages.
Unpacking Procedure
NOTE: If any damage to the shipment is noticed BEFORE unpacking, a claim MUST be filed with
the commercial carrier immediately.
All containers should be opened and unpacked carefully in order to prevent damage to the contents.
The shipment bill of materials is in an envelope taped to one of the containers in the shipment.
The following procedure is used to unpack the ACU System components in preparation for installation:
1. Open the container and remove the unit and all packing material. Retain the container and all of the
packing material. They can be used again for reshipment of the component, if required.
2. Inspect the container contents for shortages. If any items are missing, contact GE Security
Customer Service.
3. Visually check the condition of the unit. If damage or defect is discovered, perform the following;
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If the damage was caused in transit, a claim MUST be filed with the commercial carrier.
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If any other defect is apparent, proceed as described in "Packing Instructions" and "Returning
Procedure" below.
Packing Instructions
Printed circuit boards may be shipped in anti-static packing material, available directly from GE Security. The
following procedure is used to pack the ACU System components.
NOTE: Carefully pack the defective component using either the original or spare component container and packing material. Wrap Printed Circuit Boards in anti-static packing material.
Plastic bags and white foam peanuts are unacceptable packing materials.
Return the component to GE Security, as described in "Returning Procedure".
Returning Procedure
The following procedure is used to return any equipment to GE Security.
1. Contact GE Security Customer Repairs in advance of returning the equipment. The telephone
number is (800) 800-2626 and FAX is (828) 324-4185. They are located at 1510 Tate Boulevard,
SE., Hickory, North Carolina 28603
When you call, please have available:
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The GE Security part number and the serial number of the equipment.
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A description of the problem or reason you are returning the equipment.
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Purchase order number that the repair is to be billed if the equipment is not under warranty.
2. Obtain a Return Authorization (RA) Number from Customer Support. Be sure to reference the RA
Number on all communications concerning the returned equipment.
3. Mark the RA Number on all containers returned to GE Security.
NOTE: Parcels that are not marked with an RA Number will be delayed for repair processing at GE
Security and may be returned at sender's expense.
4. Pack (carefully) and return the equipment to GE Security.
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General Specifications
General Specifications
This section provides general specifications for the various hardware components used to construct a typical
access control/alarm monitor security system. This includes the dimensions, weight, environmental requirements
and power limitations. The specifications are for hardware components that are currently available through GE
Security are listed first. They include the ACU-XL16, ACURS2, and ACURS4 controllers; the RMS2 and 10 along
with the IKE readers; and the various remote modules.
ACUXL-16 Networked Intelligent Controller
Characteristic
Specifications
DIMENSIONS
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
20.12 in (51.1 cm)
16.50 in (41.9 cm)
5.00 in (12.7 cm)
WEIGHT
WITH BATTERIES
WITHOUT BATTERIES
45 lb. (20.4 kg) With 4 Amp Power Supply
62 lb. (28.1 kg) With 8 Amp Power Supply
33 lb. (15.0 kg) With 4 Amp Power Supply
38 lb. (17.2 kg) With 8 Amp Power Supply
ENVIRONMENTAL
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
HUMIDITY
+150°F (+65°C)
+32°F (0°C)
0 to 95% Relative (non-condensing)
INPUT POWER VOLTAGE
100/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
MAX INPUT CURRENT
6.0 Amp maximum with the 8 Amp Power Supply
3.0 Amp maximum with the 5 Amp Power Supply
DC STANDBY BATTERY BACKUP
4-Hour Backup
(OPTIONAL)
Table 1-1: General Specifications ACUXL-16 Networked Intelligent Controller
ACUXL-16 comes standard with the 8 Amp power supply and requires four 7 Amp hour batteries for battery
backup.
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ACURS2 and ACURS4 Networked Intelligent Controller
Characteristic
Specifications
DIMENSIONS
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
20.12 in (15.1 cm)
16.5 in (41.9 cm)
5.0 in (12.7 cm)
WEIGHT
WITH BATTERIES
WITHOUT BATTERIES
45 lb. (20.4 kg)
33 lb. (15.0 kg)
ENVIRONMENTAL
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
HUMIDITY
+150°F (+65°C)
+32°F (0°C)
0 to 95% Relative (non-condensing)
INPUT POWER VOLTAGE
100/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 3.0 Amp maximum current
DC STANDBY BATTERY BACKUP
4-Hour Backup
Table 1-2: General Specifications ACURS2 and ACURS4 Networked Intelligent Controller
ACU2 and ACU2X Networked Intelligent Controller
Characteristic
Specifications
DIMENSIONS
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
20.12 in (51.1 cm)
16.50 in (41.9 cm)
5.00 in (12.7 cm)
WEIGHT
WITH BATTERIES
WITHOUT BATTERIES
45 lb. (20.4 kg) With 4 Amp Power Supply
62 lb. (28.1 kg) With 8 Amp Power Supply
33 lb. (15.0 kg) With 4 Amp Power Supply
38 lb. (17.2 kg) With 8 Amp Power Supply
ENVIRONMENTAL
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
HUMIDITY
+150°F (+65°C)
+32°F (0°C)
0 to 95% Relative (non-condensing)
INPUT POWER VOLTAGE
120/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
MAX INPUT CURRENT
2.0 A, 240 W @ 120 VAC (8 Amp Power Supply)
1.0 A, 240 W @ 240 VAC (8 Amp Power Supply)
1.0 A, 120 W @ 120 VAC (4 Amp Power Supply)
0.5 A, 120 W @ 240 VAC (4 Amp Power Supply)
DC STANDBY BATTERY BACKUP
4-Hour Backup
(OPTIONAL)
Table 1-3: General Specifications ACU2 and ACUX Networked Intelligent Controller
ACU16 comes standard with the 8 Amp power supply and requires four 7 Amp hour batteries for battery backup.
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ACU-R2 Networked Intelligent Controller
Characteristic
Specifications
DIMENSIONS
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
20.12 in (51.1 cm)
16.50 in (41.9 cm)
5.00 in (12.7 cm)
WEIGHT
WITH BATTERIES
WITHOUT BATTERIES
45 lb. (20.4 kg)
33 lb. (15 kg)
ENVIRONMENTAL
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
HUMIDITY
+158°F (+70°C)
+32°F (0°C)
0 to 95% Relative (non-condensing)
INPUT POWER VOLTAGE
120/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
MAX INPUT CURRENT
2.0 A, 240 W @ 120 VAC (8 Amp Power Supply)
1.0 A, 240 W @ 240 VAC (8 Amp Power Supply)
1.0 A, 120 W @ 120 VAC (4 Amp Power Supply)
0.5 A, 120 W @ 240 VAC (4 Amp Power Supply)
DC STANDBY BATTERY BACKUP
4-Hour Backup
(OPTIONAL)
Table 1-4: General Specifications ACU-R2 Networked Intelligent Controller
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ACU-R4 Networked Intelligent Controller
Characteristic
Specifications
DIMENSIONS
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
20.12 in (51.1 cm)
16.50 in (41.9 cm)
5.00 in (12.7 cm)
WEIGHT
WITH BATTERIES
WITHOUT BATTERIES
45 lb. (20.4 kg)
33 lb. (15 kg)
ENVIRONMENTAL
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
HUMIDITY
+158°F (+70°C)
+32°F (0°C)
0 to 95% Relative (non-condensing)
INPUT POWER VOLTAGE
120/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
MAX INPUT CURRENT
2.0 A, 240 W @ 120 VAC (8 Amp Power Supply)
1.0 A, 240 W @ 240 VAC (8 Amp Power Supply)
1.0 A, 120 W @ 120 VAC (4 Amp Power Supply)
0.5 A, 120 W @ 240 VAC (4 Amp Power Supply)
DC STANDBY BATTERY BACKUP
4-Hour Backup
(OPTIONAL)
Table 1-5: General Specifications ACU-R4 Networked Intelligent Controller
One-Stage Reader
Characteristic
Specifications
DIMENSIONS
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
7.625 in (19.4 cm)
6.125 in (15.6 cm)
2.0 in (5.1 cm)
WEIGHT
2.25 lb. (1.02 kg)
ENVIRONMENTAL
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE *
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
HUMIDITY
HUMIDITY (Weatherproof model)
+158°F (+70°C)
+32°F (0°C)
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
0 to 95%
POWER
VOLTAGE
MAXIMUM CURRENT
+24 VDC (±15%)
115 mA
Table 1-6: General Specifications One-Stage Reader
NOTE: Readers with LCD display are limited to a Maximum Temperature of 122°F (0 to 50°C).
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General Specifications
Remote Module Enclosure
Characteristic
Specifications
DIMENSIONS
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
12.0 in (30.5 cm)
12.0 in (30.5 cm)
4.0 in (10.2 cm)
WEIGHT
12.5 lb. (5.5 kg)
Table 1-7: General Specifications Remote Module Enclosure
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Two RREs can fit into one Remote Module Enclosure (ACU-ENCRM).
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One RIM or one RRM can fit into one Remote Module Enclosure.
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One RRE04 can fit into one Remote Module Enclosure.
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One Master with one RS485 4-Port Expander board can fit into Remote Module Enclosure.
Remote Modules
Remote Reader Electronics RRE-HP and RRE Surface Mount
Characteristic
Specifications
ENVIRONMENTAL
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
HUMIDITY
+158°F (+70°C)
+32°F (0°C)
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
POWER
VOLTAGE
OPERATING CURRENT *
+24 VDC (±15%)
60 mA Maximum (less read head & LED current)
* Add 0.013 amps for each energized relay.
Table 1-8: General Specifications RRE Remote Reader Electronics
NOTE: See Table A-13 for part numbers for all remote model options.
Remote Reader Electronics RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount
Characteristic
Specifications
ENVIRONMENTAL
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
HUMIDITY
+158°F (+70°C)
+32°F (0°C)
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
POWER
VOLTAGE
OPERATING CURRENT *
+24 VDC (±15%)
160 mA Maximum (less read head & LED current)
* Add 0.013 amps for each energized relay.
Table 1-9: General Specifications RRE-2 and RRE-4 Remote Reader Electronics
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RIM Remote Input Module and RIM Surface Mount
Characteristic
Specifications
ENVIRONMENTAL
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
HUMIDITY
+158°F (+70°C)
+32°F (0°C)
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
POWER
VOLTAGE
OPERATING CURRENT *
+24 VDC (±15%)
140 mA
* Add 0.013 amps for each energized relay.
Table 1-10: General Specifications RIM Remote Input Module
NOTE: See Table A-13 for part numbers for all remote model options.
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RRM Remote Relay Module - Surface Mount Technology
Characteristic
Specifications
ENVIRONMENTAL
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
HUMIDITY
+158°F (+70°C)
+32°F (0°C)
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
POWER
VOLTAGE
OPERATING CURRENT *
+24 VDC (±15%)
40 mA
* Add 0.013 amps for each energized relay.
Table 1-11: General Specifications Remote Relay Module
NOTE: See Table A-13 for part numbers for all remote model options.
IKE Keypad
Characteristic
Specifications
DIMENSIONS
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
5.125 in (13.00 cm)
4.0 in (10.16 cm)
1.75 in (4.45 cm)
WEIGHT
1.0 lb. (1.02 kg)
ENVIRONMENTAL
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE *
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
HUMIDITY
+158°F (+70°C)
+32°F (0°C)
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
POWER
VOLTAGE
MAXIMUM CURRENT
+24 VDC (±15%)
60 mA
Table 1-12: General Specifications IKE Keypad (IKE-00RDIGW)
NOTE: Readers with LCD display are limited to a Maximum Temperature of 122°F (0 to 50°C).
RS485 4-Port Expander
Characteristic
Specifications
ENVIRONMENTAL
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
HUMIDITY
+158°F (+70°C)
+32°F (0°C)
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
POWER
VOLTAGE
MAXIMUM CURRENT
With Add-on card Total MAXIMUM CURRENT
+24 VDC (±15%)
40 mA
60 mA
Table 1-13: General Specifications RS485 4-Port Expander
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REN Reader Enclosure
Characteristic
Specifications
DIMENSIONS
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
20.12 in (51.1 cm)
16.5 in (41.9 cm)
5.0 in (12.7 cm)
WEIGHT
19.5 lb. (9 kg)
Table 1-14: General Specifications of REN
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Two RIM16-E1Ls and two RRM16-E1Ls or four RRM16-E1Ls can fit into one REN Enclosure
(ACU-ENC-NEMA12).
Currents for Devices
Model #
Description
Operating Current
ACU-XL16
Networked Intelligent Controller
24vdc @ 0.275
ACURS2
Networked Intelligent Controller
24vdc @ 0.275
ACURS4
Networked Intelligent Controller
24vdc @ 0.275
Mag Stripe Reader (either Gray or Beige)
24vdc @ 0.070
RPX
Prox Reader
24vdc @ 0.090
RRE
Remote Reader Electronics SMT *
24vdc @ 0.060
RRE04
Remote Reader Electronics-4 SMT *
24vdc @ 0.160
RRE02
Remote Reader Electronics-SMT *
24vdc @ 0.050
RIM
Remote Input Module SMT *
24vdc @ 0.140
RRM
Remote Relay Module SMT *
24vdc @ 0.040
ACU-Modem
ACU-Modem Card
5vdc @ 0.150
ACU-LAN-KIT
ACU-Local Area Network Card
5vdc @ 0.100
ACU-NCEX4
RS485 Hub Expander – Master **
24vdc @ 0.040
IGR-RMS2WG or B
* Add 0.013 amps for each energized relay.
** Master with Add-on expander card add 0.020 amps
Table 1-15: Typical Operating Currents for Devices
NOTE: For specifications on OEM readers see the reader’s manufactures specifications enclosed
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Chapter 2
Installation
Guarding Against Lightning Damage
Lightning can do a great deal of damage to electronic equipment. Adhering to the following guidelines
will significantly reduce equipment damage resulting from lightning.
Avoid running wiring across or near to any lightning rod grounding wires. Also, avoid running wiring near
any cable or wires connected to an outside TV or radio antenna.
Make sure to ground the ACU controller enclosure, carefully following GE Security instructions.
The preferred ground is an 8 ft. (2.5 m) copper rod driven into the earth as near to the equipment location
as possible.
The second choice of ground is a copper cold water pipe. An insulated junction at the water meter MUST
NOT isolate the pipe. DO NOT use hot water, radiator, gas piping or plastic plumbing pipes.
The third and least desirable ground is the building electrical system ground wire.
Use at least AWG 12 copper wire for grounding.
Choose the grounding location that makes the shortest and most direct path to ground. Minimize the
length of the wire and avoid all types of turns in the ground return path.
Ground all external mounted enclosures/housings (such as used for readers, gate controls, etc.) to
reduce the risk of damage to the equipment.
The entire alarm and/or access system should be tested, at least once a year, to ensure that lightning
damage has not gone undetected.
Grounding must be in accordance with the National Electrical Code (NEC), Article 250 and state and
local codes.
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Grounding Connections
It is important to connect each ACU panel on the communication loop individually to earth ground, not to chassis
or electrical ground. Grounding is imperative for proper data communications between panels and to ensure full
functionality of the lighting and transient voltage protection devices. Voltage protection devices are designed into
all ACU panels and will channel most transient surges to ground if the panel is properly connected to earth
ground. If the panels are not properly connected to ground, the surge suppression devices may not function and
data communications may be erratic.
For proper grounding all ACUs should be connected to earth ground, not to chassis or electrical ground.
Cold water pipes or a grounding rod usually make a good earth ground. The grounding wire should be as heavy
as possible with as short and straight a run as possible. Avoid sharp bends in the wire because a large power
surge might arc across the board.
Recommended Grounding Sources
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Cold Water Earth Ground
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Building Ground
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Electrical Ground
The GE Security system should use a consolidated earth ground, in which the public utilities and the security
system ground rods are bonded together. A consolidated earth ground eliminates the problem of step voltage
blowout, in which measurable voltage potential exists between earth ground rods, resulting in a current flow path
and damage to the system during a lighting strike.
It is recommended that 12 AWG wire be used to connect the earth ground in the shortest and straightest path
possible. Avoid sharp turns and use a minimum radius of eight inches (203 mm) for bends. Ground wires should
be run separate from other wires and be routed toward the earth. Use of eight-foot (2.4 m) copper clad ground
rod is recommended.
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Installing The ACU Enclosure
CAUTION:
THE ACU CONTROLLERS MUST HAVE SEPARATE CONDUIT RUN TO EACH ENCLOSURE. Only cables/wires that begin or terminate in the enclosure shall be run into the enclosure. DO NOT use the enclosure(s) as "pull-boxes" for any foreign wiring. The enclosures
should be arranged for separate conduit runs.
Refer to Figure 2-1 for the identification of the components mounted inside the ACU controller enclosure.
(ACU-ENC-NEMC12) The installation procedure for the ACU controller enclosure is the same whether or
not the controller is fully assembled or disassembled.
1. Place the enclosure in desired position (the ground lug in the lower right-hand corner - door hinge to
the left) and mark holes.
2. Mount enclosure to wall using proper mounting hardware for type of wall construction.
3. Punch the applicable knockouts and connect the required conduits to the knockout holes.
4. Assemble the ACU controller as follows (if your ACU controller was shipped assembled, disregard
this step).
a. Remove the hex nuts and split lock washers from the studs in the back of the enclosure.
b. Place the ACU controller mounting plate on the studs with the flange toward the back of
enclosure and optional battery bracket in the lower right-hand corner.
c.
Place the split lock washers and hex nuts on the studs and tighten securely.
It is recommended that all power wire cables be pulled into the panel at this point of installation
in order to prevent any damage to the PCB assembly.
NOTE: If this is a CE installation, a large ferrite core (included) must be used on the Input Line. Loop
the incoming AC line and clamp a large ferrite core so that the line passes through the core
twice.
d. Install the 6 furnished nylon snap-in printed circuit board supports in the 6 mounting holes in the
top right of the mounting plate (3 on each side).
The holes in the plate should match the holes in each end of the ACU controller's PCB Assembly. The snap-in supports are installed by inserting the two-prong, barbed end into the hole in the
plate and pressing down until the support snaps into place and locks.
e. Position the ACU controller's PCB Assembly (Figure 2-1) on the supports with a support in each
hole in the end of the assembly.
f.
Press on the ACU controller's PCB Assembly at each support until the PCB assembly firmly
rests in place on the support.
g. Install the power supply assembly in the upper left-hand corner of the enclosure using the
furnished hardware. The power supply is installed using the tapped holes in the enclosure.
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(4 Amp power supply with optional battery backup shown)
Figure 2-1: Components mounted inside the ACU controller Enclosure
Mounting The Remote Module Enclosures
Remote modules, including the Remote Reader Electronics (RRE), Remote Input Module (SMT RIM)
and Remote Relay Module (SMT RRM) are mounted inside a Remote Module Enclosure
(ACUENCRM).
CAUTION:
The printed circuit boards or modules contain static-susceptible devices. Prior to handling them, be sure to follow the two rules below to avoid damaging these devices by
static electricity.
Handle all static-sensitive components at a static-safeguarded work area.
Transport all static-sensitive components in static-shield containers or packages.
1. Open the enclosure door.
2. Pull (gently) the circuit board assembly from each of the four snap-in standoffs.
3. Loosen and remove the mounting hardware (4 places) securing the mounting plate to the enclosure.
Save the hardware.
4. Determine the desired position and punch/drill an opening in the enclosure for the required wiring
installation.
5. Position the enclosure onto the applicable mounting surface. Mounting holes (4 provided) on the
enclosure are used as a template to mark the installation position.
6. Position and secure the enclosure (with user-supplied hardware) to the mounting surface.
7. Position the mounting plate (and the attached circuit board assembly) into the enclosure. Secure the
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mounting plate with the mounting hardware removed in step 3.
8. Position the circuit board on the snap-in standoffs with a stand-off in each hole on the circuit board.
9. Press the circuit board at each standoff until the circuit board firmly rests in place on the standoff.
Preparing The Site For One-Stage Reader
Before it can be installed, the installer must first determine the exact location for the One State Reader
(IGR-RPX2WB - Beige or G - Gray). A hole must be cut into the wall for mounting the One-Stage
Reader.
Cutting the Wall
Each One-Stage Reader requires a hole cut for the 2-gang switch box. For new installations, one side of
each hole for the box should be against a wall stud in order to secure the box to the stud. For retrofit
installations, use a double 52-0W tiger-grip box. Establish the location of each unit requiring a hole cut
for installing the unit.
NOTE: The installer should ensure that the holes to be cut DO NOT exceed the dimensions of the
bezel.
Cut a hole for the size of each 2-gang switch box to be installed.
Installing the 2-Gang Switch Box on New Installations
The following procedure is used to install the 2-gang switch box for the One-Stage Reader:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove the knockouts from the 2-gang switch box as required.
Install the 2-gang switch box in the precut opening in the wall.
Attach the appropriate conduits to the 2-gang switch box.
Securing The Mounting Plate On The 2-Gang Switch Box
Remove the One-Stage Reader from the mounting plate.
Place the One-Stage Reader mounting plate onto the 2-gang switch box with mounting screws in a
horizontal plane and secure the mounting plate with the four mounting screws.
Installing the One-Stage Reader on the Mounting Plate
This procedure must be done after all other installation procedures for the One-Stage Reader have been
completed.
Route Wires from door monitor switch, electric door locking hardware and exit request device to J-box
for card reader.
1.
2.
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Make certain that all cables and wires for the One-Stage Reader are in place and connected.
Position and secure the One-Stage Reader onto the mounting Plate.
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Running The Wire And Cables
Note the following when running the cables and wires:
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In running cables and wires, be sure to observe and follow applicable codes.
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The dry relay contacts are rated at 2 amp at 24 DC volts.
•
All wires should be stranded.
•
The maximum length of the wiring between the farthest Remote Module (One-Stage Reader, RRE,
SMT RIM, or SMT RRM) and the ACU controller is 4000 ft. (1220 m) provided the remote module is
locally powered.
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Guard against lightning damage.
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All bare Shields should be taped or protected against accidental shorting against electronic
components.
Recommended Wire and Cable
The following are suggestions as to which cables to be installed for the specified use.
RS-485 from ACU to field panels:
(RS-485 cable)
Belden #9842 or Alpha #6222C, 24 AWG, 2-pair, braid overall shield, max distance 4000 feet
Or
(RS-422 cable)
Belden #1419A or Alpha #6202C, 24 AWG, 2-pair, foil overall shield, max distance 4000 feet
27.5 VDC from ACU to field panels:
Belden #9409 (1 pair) or Alpha #1897C, 18 AWG, 2-conductor/unshielded, max distance 4000
feet at 0.5 Amps.
Door contact input and exit request button/sensor:
Alpha #1172C, 22 AWG, 2-conductor/unshielded, max distance 1000 feet
Door lock control:
Belden #9409 (1 pair) or Alpha #1897C, 18 AWG, 2-conductor/unshielded, max distance 1000
feet
RMS-10 Reader:
Belden #9514 (4 pairs) or Alpha #1298C, 22 AWG, 8-conductor, over-all foil shield, max distance
10 feet.
K10 Keypad:
Belden #3006A (8 pairs) or Alpha #1299/15C, 22 AWG, 16-conductor (13 required), over-all foil
shield, max distance 10 feet.
RMS-11 Reader:
Belden #9514 (4 pairs) or Alpha #1298C, 22 AWG, 8-conductor, over-all foil shield, max distance
10 feet.
And
Belden #3006A (8 pairs) or Alpha #1299/15C, 22 AWG, 16-conductor (13 required), over-all foil
shield, max distance 10 feet.
K-11 Keypad or RMS-11 EXTD Reader:
Belden #9514 (4 pairs) or Alpha #1298C, 22 AWG, 8-conductor, over-all foil shield, max distance
500 feet.
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Running The Wire And Cables
IKE, RMS, RWE and RPX readers:
RS-485 from ACU:
(RS-485 cable)
Belden #9842 or Alpha #6222C, 24 AWG, 2-pair, individual shields, braid overall shield, max distance 4000 feet
Or
(RS-422 cable)
Belden #1419A or Alpha #6202C, 24 AWG, 2-pair, individual shields, foil overall shield, max distance 4000 feet
27.5 VDC from ACU to field panels:
Belden #9409 (1 pair) or Alpha #1897C, 18 AWG, 2-conductor/unshielded, max distance 4000
feet
NOTE: See Table A-13 for part numbers for all devices.
Other OEM Read Heads:
Minimum: LEDs and buzzer not controlled from RRE.
Belden # 9512 (2 pairs) or Alpha #1294C, 22 AWG, 4-conductor, over-all foil shield, max distance 500 feet.
Maximum: Red LED, Green LED and buzzer controlled by RRE.
Belden # 9514 (4 pairs) or Alpha #1297C, 22 AWG, 7-conductor, over-all foil shield, max distance 500 feet.
NOTES:
1.
2.
If using paired wires, do not wire DO and D1 in the same wire pair.
On long cable runs or cable runs where a large amount of current is required, the voltage drop in the
cable should be calculated.
3.
22 AWG = 17.5 Ω per 1000 feet, 18 AWG = 6.92 Ω per 1000 feet, 14 AWG = 2.73 Ω per 1000 feet, 12
AWG = 1.71 Ω per 1000 feet. (Voltage = current multiplied by the resistance). If the voltage drop is
greater than 5 volts larger gauge wire must be used.
Belden does not offer non-twisted pair cables.
4.
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RS-485 Information
RS-485 is a differential voltage communication circuit. The Impedance is 120 ohms. End-of-line terminators are required on both ends of the communications path. Multi-drop configurations are allowed with a
maximum length of 4,000 feet. Stubs can be dropped, off the RS-485 cable, but the length of any
stub cannot be longer than 10 feet. Stubs can connect to ACU controllers or remote modules such as
a One-Stage reader, RIM, or RRM. Stubs must not be terminated. GE Security strongly recommends
star configurations be avoided. (See Figure 2-2)
The ACU controller is switch selectable for RS-485 termination on each host and reader port.
The SMT RIM and SMT RRM Remote Modules have built-in terminators. The farthest unit from the ACU
must be terminated.
All GE Security Host PC ports utilizing RS485 for communication will require an RS485 Converter
(NCIC-5) and terminator. See page 3-4.
RS-485 Wiring with SMT RRM or SMT RIM as Last Device
ACUX
Readers
Port
RRE
or
Reader
RRE
or
Reader
RRM
or
RIM
+24
0V
+24
0V
+24
0V
+24
0V
RS485
Terminator
TT+
RR+
TT+
RR+
TT+
RR+
TT+
RR+
1
2
3
4
T+
TR+
R-
Terminator is only
required if the
last device is an SMT
RIM or SMT RRM
Figure 2-2: RS-485 Communication Wiring for SMT RRM and SMT RIM as last device
RS-485 Wiring with RRE as Last Device
ACUX
Readers
Port
RRE
or
Reader
RRE
or
Reader
RRE
or
Reader
+24
0V
+24
0V
+24
0V
+24
0V
TT+
RR+
TT+
RR+
TT+
RR+
TT+
RR+
Figure 2-3: RS-485 Communication Wiring for RRE as last device
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RS-485 Information
Pulling Wires and Cables
1.
Pull in the wiring to the remote module from the ACU controller.
All the wires except the strike pair may be run as one cable. The cable should have low-capacitance twisted pairs and a braided shield. Attach pigtail to shield and connect to chassis ground.
The following Belden cable numbers (or equivalent) are suggested:
Belden No. 9409-18 AWG for power, 1000 ft. (305 m) maximum distance
Belden No. 9842-24 AWG for communication, 4000 ft. (1220 m) maximum distance
2.
Pull in a single pair of wires from the enclosure to the electric door strike. The following Belden cable
number (or equivalent) is suggested:
Belden No. 9409-18 AWG
3.
Pull in the wires from the enclosure from each alarm zone sensor, door contact and exit push button. The
following Belden cable number (or equivalent) is suggested:
Belden No. 9407-22 AWG
4.
Pull in the wires from the enclosure from passive exit device (if required).
The following Belden cable number (or equivalent) is suggested:
Belden No. 9744-22 AWG
Auxiliary Power Supply for RRE-2, RIM, and RRM
In most cases the ACU can supply the power for the RREs, RIMs, and RRMs. When the ACU cannot supply
power, an auxiliary power supply may be used. When using an auxiliary power supply make sure the 0V terminal
on all Remote Modules is connected back to the auxiliary power supply and the 0V terminal on the ACU.
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Alarm Zone Sensor Wiring
Pull in twisted pair of wire (Belden 9409-22 AWG or equivalent) from each alarm zone sensor to the
assigned input terminals on the ACU Controller or Remote Module. (See Terminal Block Tables in each
section for Alarm Zone terminations.) End-of-line (EOL) resistor for the SECURE state is 200 Ohms or
1,000 Ohms, DIP switch selectable (see DIP Switch setting on ACU). The End-Of-Line resistor must be
located within the alarm zone sensor enclosure otherwise the alarm zone circuit will be considered unsupervised.
NOTE: On CE installations, unshielded I/O wires must pass through one small ferrite core. On the
ACUXL16 there can be up to three groups containing as many wires in a group as needed.
On the ACURS2/4,. there can be up to four groups containing as many wires in a group as
needed. Clamp a single small ferrite core around a group of unshielded I/O wires as close as
possible to the ACU housing.
When 1000 Ohms terminators are used, the sensors can be either normally closed contacts or normally
open contacts providing the SECURE or inactive state is 1,000 ohms (See Figure 2-4). The ACU EOL
terminator is part number 131727 (ACU-EOLAL). (Note: A normally open exit-push-button is wired the
same as a normally closed alarm.) See Figure 2-5.
When 200 Ohms and 10000-Ohm terminators are used, wire resistance must be less than 30 Ohms.
The loop requires a 200/10000 Ohm EOL resistor pair or use ACU EOL terminator part number 120649.
NOTE: A normally open exit push button is wired the same as a normally closed alarm. See Figure
2-6.
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Zone Input
State
Sensor Circuit in Ohms
Normally Closed
Sensor Circuit in Ohms
Normally Open
Secure
1000
1000
Active
2000
500
Open
> 50000
> 50000
Short
< 50
< 50
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Figure 2-4: Zone Sensor with 1000-Ohm Resistors
Normally Closed
Exit Push Button
or
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Figure 2-5: Zone Sensor Wiring with EOL terminator
Figure 2-6: Zone Sensor Wiring with 200/10K Ohm resistors
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Alarm Terminator Resistance and Voltage Details
ACU Alarm sense with 1k terminator:
Resistance
Zone State
Zone Voltage
0 - 50
Short
0v - .241v
60 - 370
Fault.
2.85v - 1.29v
380 - 620
Alarm
1.32v - 1.79v
630 - 780
Fault
1.80v - 2.04v
790 - 1.22k
Secure
2.05v - 2.5v
1.23k - 1.47k
Fault
2.51v - 2.69v
1.48k - 2.85k
Alarm
2.70v - 3.26v
2.86k - 40k
Fault
3.27v - 4.1v
30k - infinity
Open
Table 2-1: ACU Alarm sense with 1k terminator
ACU Alarm sense at 200-ohm terminator:
Resistance
State
0 - 50
Short
60 - 150
Fault
160 - 250
Secure
260 - 4.4k
Fault
4.5k - 25k
Alarm
26k - infinity
Open
Table 2-2: ACU Alarm sense at 200-ohm terminator
RRE02-E00 Alarm sense – Surface Mount - 1K/1K ohm
Resistance
Zone State
Zone Voltage
0 - 50
Short
0 - .232
60 - 370
Fault
380 - 600
Alarm
610 - 770
Fault
780 - 1.20k
Secure
1.21k - 1.43k
Fault
1.44k - 2.74k
Alarm
2.75k - 20k
Fault
20k - infinity
Open
1.28 – 1.71
1.98 – 2.41
2.59 – 3.14
3.95 – 4.07
Table 2-3: RRE02-E00 Alarm sense – Surface Mount - 1K/1K ohm
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SMT RIM Alarm sense - 1K/1K ohm
SMT RIM Alarm sense – 200 / 10k ohm
Resistance
Zone State
Resistance
State
0 – 50
Short
0 – 50
Short
60 – 370
Fault
60 – 150
Fault
380 – 600
Alarm
160 – 250
Secure
610 – 770
Fault
260 - 4.4k
Fault
780 – 1.20k
Secure
4.5k - 25k
Alarm
1.21k - 1.43k
Fault
26k - infinity
Open
1.44k - 2.74k
Alarm
2.75k – 20k
Fault
20k – infinity
Open
Table 2-4: SMT RIM Alarm sense - 1K/1K and 200 / 10K ohm
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Door Strike Power Wiring
Door Strike Power Wiring
Figure 2-7 shows door strike power wiring for the ACU controller and RRE when power is supplied by the
ACU controller. See the terminal block connection table for the relay terminals. Figure 2-8 shows door
strike power wiring when power is supplied by the One-Stage Reader. Figure 2-9 shows door strike
power wiring for the One-Stage Reader when power is supplied from external power source. Always
use a spike suppression diode installed at DC door strikes. The diode in the Noise Suppressor,
ACU-DSTNS, is a 1N4933. The dry relay contacts are rated at 2 amps at 30 DC volts maximum.
Figure 2-7: Door Strike Wiring for ACU, RRE and One-Stage
Figure 2-8: Door Strike Wiring for OLD One-Stage Reader
Figure 2-9: Door Strike Wiring for OLD One-Stage Reader (board #133277) with External Power
* For installations that require UL listing, the external power supply must be a UL listed, power limited
power supply. See UL Specifications for additional information.
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Wiring Power to The ACU Controllers
The Power Supply/Charger transforms 120 VAC (or 240 VAC) to 27.5 VDC to power the ACU controller and its
remote modules, (reader, alarm and relay modules) See Power Supply information on pages 2-20 and 2-22.
ACU Alarm Reporting Voltage Levels for AC fail is 24 VDC for low battery is 21 VDC. It also provides charging
power for the UPS Batteries installed in the same enclosure.
Warning:
Make certain that the AC power source circuit breaker(s) is OFF before proceeding. An
electrical disconnect device must be included as part of the building. Failure to heed
this WARNING can cause death, personal injury or damage to unit(s).
NOTE: Connect the AC power circuit according to local electrical codes after all other wiring is connected.
CAUTION:
Power wiring must be dressed so that it does not come in contact with the ACU controller
printer circuit board or any low voltage wiring. Conduit should be mounted to the enclosure
on the left side.
1.
2.
3.
Disconnect the AC power circuit until after all other wiring is connected.
When two or more ACU controllers are connected to the 120 VAC power source, splice the wires with
wire nuts. DO NOT attempt to connect two (or more) wires to the same terminal.
Use 12 AWG maximum wire size. Factory recommends the use of stranded wire, (color-coded black,
white, and green for 120 VAC, and color-coded black, red, and green for 240 VAC).
If 12 AWG wire is used, the three solderless lugs supplied with the power supply assembly must
be used to connect AC power to the power supply terminal strip (3M part number 123-6S-P).
The crimping tool required to install these lugs is 3M crimping tool TH-440, TH-450 or Panduit
crimping tool number CT-100, CT-160, CT-200, CT260 or equivalent.
4.
5.
Remove the clip-on cover barrier lock from the terminal TB1 (Line/Neutral/GND input) on the Power
Supply/Charger Assembly.
Pull in and connect the three wires for the AC power source. Typical wire colors listed below.
120 VAC
240 VAC
CE 240 VAC
6.
7.
Line = Black
Line = Black
Line = Brown
Neutral = White
Neutral = Red
Neutral = Blue
Ground = Green
Ground = Green
Ground = Green/Yellow
Replace the cover.
The power supply maybe factory wired to the ACU controller. Refer to the figures on the following as an
aid to connect AC power to the ACU controller.
NOTES:
•
The 120 VAC or 220 VAC high voltage power wires shall be routed and fixed inside to prevent
contact with accessible conductive parts.
•
Low Voltage wires shall not be installed in the same conduit with the high voltage wires.
•
AC power to the ACU panel must be supplied via a circuit breaker and through a 2-pole disconnect
device. This disconnect device must be clearly identified and incorporate a lockout device.
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ACU-5APWR Power Supply/Charger Assembly
ACU-5APWR Power Supply/Charger Assembly
The basic power supply used for the ACURS panel is the 5 Amp supply with an attached Altronix Power
Distribution Module used to provide power to the door strikes. The basic 5 amp power supply is shown below.
The Power Distribution Module is shown in Figure 2-11
Figure 2-10: ACU-5APWR Power Supply/Charger Assembly
NOTE: The ACU-5APWR power supply can also be used in either the ACU2, ACU2X, ACUR2/4
without the power distribution module. The ACU2/16 requires the 8-Amp power supply.
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Altronix PD4ULCB Power Distribution Module
This power distribution module is required on the ACURS2 and ACURS4 models. It comes from the factory
mounted on top of the has either 12VDC or 24VDC up to 10 Amps. It has 8 outputs which are individually fused
and have a maximum output of 2.5 amps each. The fuses are rated at 3.5 Amps, 250 Volts
Figure 2-11: Altronix PD4ULCB Power Distribution Module
Connect the auxiliary devices such as Door Contacts to the PD4ULCB board using the terminal pairs as shown
above. For Example, wire the first device to the terminals 1P and 1N; wire the second device to terminals 2P and
2N, etc.
NOTE: Measure the output voltage before connecting device. This will avoid any potential damage.
All of the terminals marked with the suffix P are positive. The terminals with the suffix N are negative.
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Wiring Power to The ACU-5APWR Power Supply/Charger
The ACU-5APWR is a clean, efficient, heavy duty, low frequency off line switching power supply/charger. The
ACU-5APWR uses a very low switching frequency of 23KHz, just above our hearing range. This, coupled with
extensive filtering, provides a balance of super clean power and efficiency. This low frequency also eliminates
interference problems with card readers.
The ACU-5APWR becomes an uninterruptible power supply when stand by batteries are connected with the
wiring harness. It has a special power limiting circuit that allows the batteries to be charged across the output
without lock up or chirping on and off. The batteries are protected with an automatic resetting circuit breaker and
diode for over current and accidental reversed battery hookup. Float charging means faster recovery time for the
batteries. There is no switch over or voltage drop when power fails. Standby batteries can be any capacity above
4 amp hours. The precise output voltage provides longer battery life. Reserve 1 Amp of your output power for
charging the batteries.
Power Supervision includes a battery cut off relay and a separate power trouble alarm relay. The batteries cut off
relay removes the batteries from the load when the batteries reach their service limit. This prevents the battery
from going into deep discharge. A typical Gel Cell battery left in deep discharge for more than a couple of days
will usually have to be replaced. The power trouble alarm relay output, form C contacts, can be used to signal a
buzzer and/or other signaling device. The relay is normally energized for fail-safe operation. The relay has a
green LED that is on when power is good. The relay will drop off of normal when the standby batteries reach
about 70% of their capacity. This low voltage indication represents low battery and/or AC power failure. High
voltage failure will also indicate power trouble.
Service Switch is provided to disable the power output. When the switch is turned off, the power supply is
electronically disabled and the battery cut off relay is de-energized to remove batteries form the output terminal.
Explanation of Terminal and LEDs
The ACU-5APWR Supervised Power Supply/Chargers with standby battery(s) provide an uninterruptible 24 VDC
power source.
AC Input Terminals are marked High Voltage (L)ine, (N)eutral, and (G)round. The terminal block and AC LED are
mounted within a high voltage barrier. T3he terminal block is self-clamping and can accept wires from 12awg to
18awg. The Green LED adjacent to terminals is ON when AC is applied.
NOTE: AC Fuse Link is inside unit for catastrophic failure. This fuse is not field replaceable, unit
must be returned to factory for service should this fuse blow. A blown fuse is indicated by the
AC LED off with AC power applied.
Power Trouble Terminals are marked NO-Normally Open, C-Common, and NC-Normally Closed. The normal
relay position indicates the output power is in the normal range and the relay is energized. The terminal block is
self-clamping and can accept wire form 14awg to 24awg. The contacts are rated for up to 2A resistive load to 120
volts. The Green LED adjacent to the terminal block is ON when power is in the normal range. When the AC fails
and the battery(s) drop to about 70% capacity, the power trouble relay and LED will go off normal. If an internal
failure caused the output to rise above normal, this would also cause the power trouble relay and LED to go off
normal.
DC Output Terminals on the ACU-5APWR is marked -DC+ output. The ACU-5APWR has a DC output of 24VDC
with 4 Amps of continuous current, reserving 1 Amp for battery charging. The terminal block is self-clamping and
can except wires from 10awg to 24awg. The Red LED adjacent to terminal block is ON when output voltage is
present.
Battery Connector is marked -Bat+. This is a .156” 2 position header with lock. The provided battery cable plugs
in to this. Output is short circuit protected with electronic power limiting (Not Class II) and a self-resetting circuit
breaker in series with battery.
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ACU-5APWR Power Supply and Charger Specifications
AC Input
100-240VAC / 47-63Hz/220 Watts Max
DC Output Range
18.5-28.0 VDC, 24 VDC nominal, 4A
(Typical Output is 27.5 VDC)
Typical Output Ripple & Noise
30mv
Current Overload Short Circuit Protection
Yes
Service Switch Disables DC power and battery from Output
Yes - (Service switch has been removed on
European models with CE mark)
Battery PTC Circuit Breaker
6A
Over Temperature protection
Yes
Ambient Operating Temperature Range
0°C to 70°C
Switching Frequency
23KHz
Battery Cutoff Voltage
19.8 VDC
Battery Cutoff Relay Contacts
20A Resistive
Power Trouble Trip Points
<21.3 VDC or >28.2 VDC
Trouble Relay Form C Contacts
2A up to 120 VAC
Weight
2.7 lbs.
Size
10”H x 4.25”W x 3”D
Table 2-5: General Specifications ACU-5APWR Power Supply and Charger
Maintenance
The Power supply and stand by battery(s) should be tested at least once a year as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Check LED’s for normal state. AC ON Green, Trouble ON Green, DC ON Red
Check output voltage with normal load, should read between 27.00 and 27.8 VDC. This assures proper
voltage to float charge batteries.
Disconnect AC input. AC LED should be off, all other LED’s should remain normal.
Check DC Output to be above 24.2 VDC. This checks standby batteries to be operational. Sealed lead
acid batteries have a typical life of 3 to 5 years.
Re-apply AC and verify AC LED ON.
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Wiring Power to The 8-AMP Power Supply/Charger
0V
To ACU
TB1-2
NOTICE
For Battery Wiring,
See Figure 2-16
To Negative
Battery
Terminals
27.5VDC
To ACU
TB1-1
BLACK
RED
BLACK
To Positive
Battery
Terminals
DC output
on/off switch
LED
27.5 VDC
AC input
100-240VAC
LINE
NEUTRAL
GROUND (green/yellow wire to cabinet ground stud)
Figure 2-12: 8-Amp ACU-8APWR Power Supply/Charger Assembly
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ACU-8APWR Power Supply and Charger Specifications
AC Input
85-264VAC / 57-65Hz/300 Watts Max
DC Output
27.5 VDC, 6A Max
Plus 2Amps for battery charging
Typical Output Ripple & Noise
100 mV pp
Current Overload Short Circuit Protection
Yes
Service Switch Disables DC power and battery from Output
Yes
Battery PTC Circuit Breaker
8A
Over Temperature protection
Yes
Ambient Operating Temperature Range
-25°C to 70°C
Power Trouble Trip Points
24.75 VDC
Trouble Relay NC Contacts
1A 30 VAC
Weight
4.0 lbs
Size
10” H x 5” W x 4” D
Table 2-6: General Specifications ACU-8APWR Power Supply and Charger
NOTE: For battery backup UL294 or UL1076 operation with 14AH (4 each 12V 7Ah) batteries, the
maximum load current is 2.4A.
120VAC and 240VAC Wiring for 8AMP Power Supply/Charger (ACU-8APWR)
The ACU power supply can be modified in the field for either 120VAC or 240VAC by simply moving a few wires
on the transformer from one terminal to another. If you are making this modification make sure the transformer on
the power supply is wired as shown in Figure 2-13 for 120VAC or Figure 2-14 for 240VAC. See Warnings below.
If you have any questions about preforming this modification DO NOT proceed without assistance from technical support.
Warning:
Make certain that the AC power source circuit breaker(s) is OFF and batteries
are disconnected before proceeding. Failure to heed this WARNING can cause
death, personal injury or damage to unit(s).
Warning:
Make certain that the AC power supply is wired correctly before reapplying the
power to the panel. Failure to heed this WARNING can cause damage to unit(s).
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Wiring 120VAC for 8AMP ACU-8APWR Power Supply/Charger
Figure 2-13: 120VAC Wiring for 8AMP Power Supply and Charger
Wiring 240VAC for 8AMP ACU-8APWR Power Supply/Charger
Figure 2-14: 240VAC Wiring for 8AMP ACU-8APWR Power Supply and Charger
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Wiring Power to The 8-AMP Power Supply/Charger (Obsolete)
Connection Locations
Red DC Power LED
Red Wire
Connect to Board +27V
DC Output
ON/OFF
AC Fuse
4A S/B
FUSE
Blk Wire to Board 0V
Black Wire DCConnect to Boards 0V In
What/Red Wire
DC+
120 VAC In
(4A Max.)
LINE
NEUT
GND
What/Blk Wire
DC-
LISTED
5J56
WARNING
Green/Yellow Wire
To Cabinet Ground
NOTE: For battery wiring
connections see Figure 2-16
Figure 2-15: 8-Amp Power Supply/Charger Assembly
NOTE: The 8-Amp power supply can be used in either the ACU2 or with the ACU2/16 option.
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Wiring Power to The 8-AMP Power Supply/Charger (Obsolete)
8-AMP Power Supply/Charger Installed in Cabinet (Obsolete)
Red Wire to +27V
Blk Wire to 0V
See NOTE
below
Green/Yellow Wire
To Cabinet Ground
Figure 2-16: 8-AMP ACU2-PS8 Power Supply/Charger Installed in Cabinet
NOTE: The 8AMP power supply is normally supported by four 12 Volt 7Amp batteries. An additional
set of battery wires is provided. The Black Stripe wires are Negative, Red Stripe are Positive.
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Wiring Power to The 4-AMP Power Supply/Charger (Obsolete)
Connection Locations
Purple Wire
Connect to Boards +27V In
Green AC Power LED
Yellow Wire
Connect to Board 0-Volts
DC Output
ON/OFF
Red DC Power LED
AC Fuse
2A S/B
Yellow Wire DCConnect to Boards 0V In
Battery Jumper Wire
120 VAC In
(2A Max.)
LINE
NEUT
GND
White/Red Wire
DC+
What/Blk Wire
DC-
NOTE: For battery wiring
connections see Figure 2-16
Standard 4-amp power supply provides
3 amps for controller, reader modules and door hardware
1.0 amp for changing optional batteries (max. 15 Amp-hour)
To comply with UL 1076, 2 Batteries are required.
Extended 8-amp power supply provides
6.0 amps for controller, reader modules and door hardware
2.0 amps for charging optional batteries (max. 30 Amp-hour)
To comply with UL 1076, 4 Batteries are required.
Typical Operation Current (in Amps)
Controller Board
ACU
0.160 +0.013 per relay
One stage reader w/o display
RMS-1, RWE-1 0.065
One stage reader w/ display
RMS-2, RWE-2 0.115
One stage reader HP w/o display RPX-1
0.050 +0.013 per relay
One stage reader HP w/ display
RPX-2
0.065 +0.013 per relay
Remote Reader Electronics
RRE 0.050 +0.013 per relay + read head
Remote Input Module
SMT RIM
0.140 +0.013 per relay
Remote Relay Module
SMT RRM-1
0.040 +0.013 per relay
Figure 2-17: ACU 4-Amp 120 VAC Power Supply/Charger wiring diagram.
See UL Specifications Section for additional information. Although each reader port may draw a maximum of 2.5
Amps per port, to comply with UL 1076 and UL 294, the maximum current draw per port must be limited to 1.25
Amps. (TB2-1, 2 and TB2-7,8)
NOTE: The 4-Amp power supply should not be used in a controller with the ACU2/16 option.
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ACU2-PS4 Power Supply/Charger Installed in Cabinet (Obsolete)
Figure 2-18: ACU2-PS4 Power Supply/Charger Installed in Cabinet
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120VAC and 240VAC Wiring for 4AMP Power Supply/Charger
The ACU power supply can be modified in the field for either 120VAC or 240VAC by simply moving a few wires
on the transformer from one terminal to another. If you are making this modification make sure the transformer on
the power supply is wired as shown in Figure 2-19 for 120VAC or Figure 2-20 for 240VAC. See Warnings below.
If you have any questions about preforming this modification DO NOT proceed without assistance from technical
support.
Warning:
Make certain that the AC power source circuit breaker(s) is OFF and batteries
are disconnected before proceeding. Failure to heed this WARNING can cause
death, personal injury or damage to unit(s).
Warning:
Make certain that the AC power supply is wired correctly before reapplying the
power to the panel. Failure to heed this WARNING can cause damage to unit(s).
Wiring 120VAC for 4AMP Power Supply/Charger
Figure 2-19: 120VAC Wiring for 4AMP Power Supply and Charger
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Wiring 240VAC for 4 AMP Power Supply/Charger
Figure 2-20: 240VAC Wiring for 4AMP Power Supply and Charger
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REN Remote Enclosure
When large numbers of alarm inputs and/or relay outputs are required, Remote Input Module (SMT RIM)
and Remote Relay Modules (SMT RRM) may be combined into a special enclosure, then provides
numerous options for SMT RIM capacity, SMT RRM capacity, and power supply configuration.
The dimensions are the same as the ACU enclosure and also come in a version with a display window
so the LEDs on the SMT RIM modules as visible from the out side of the enclosure.
Installing and Connecting the Optional Uninterruptible Power Supply
(UPS) Batteries
Warning:
Be sure to observe battery manufacturer's instructions:
Danger Explosive Gases
•
•
•
•
•
•
Can cause blindness or severe injury.
Use in a well ventilated area away from open flame, cigarettes, sparks, and other
sources of ignition.
Shield eyes and face when working around battery.
Do not make direct contact between the positive and negative terminals.
Do not puncture, disassemble or incinerate batteries.
Dispose of in accordance with environmental regulations.
Poison - contains lead compounds and corrosive acid
Contains sulfuric acid. Causes severe burns. In the event of contact flush with
water and obtain immediate medical attention.
Keep out of reach of children
Re-Charge in accordance with manufacturer's instructions
Warning:
Make certain that the AC power source circuit breaker(s) is OFF before proceeding. Failure to heed this WARNING: can cause death, personal injury or
damage to unit(s).
CAUTION:
To avoid an electrical short, do not let the contacts on the batteries touch any part of
the enclosure or mounting plate.
The Uninterruptible Power supply (UPS) battery installation and wiring connection to the ACU Controller
Power Supply/Charger Assembly is made as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Install the battery bracket (supplied with the optional battery kit) using the four screws, split lock washers
and flat washers.
Install the two 12 VDC rechargeable batteries on the battery shelf as shown in Figure 2-21.
Place the battery strap bracket over the batteries on the shelf. Secure the battery strap bracket with a
screw, split washer and flat washer.
Connect the battery cables (AFTER all other wiring is connected) to the battery as shown in Figure 2-17.
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ACU Alarm Reporting Voltage Levels for AC fail is 24 VDC for low battery is 21 VDC.
Figure 2-21: Optional Battery Shelf for ACU UPS Batteries
NOTE: See Table A-13 for information on the UPS Battery Model Numbers.
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ACU Power & Battery Worksheet
Model #
Description
Quantity
Current
ACU2&ACU2/16
Networked Intelligent Controller
0.275
ACU-R2
Networked Intelligent Controller w/ 2 Reader Interface
0.135
ACU-R4
Networked Intelligent Controller w/ 4 Reader Interface
0.155
RMS-1
Magnetic Stripe One Stage Reader
0.045
RMS-2
Magnetic Stripe One Stage Reader w/ Display
0.055
RWE-1
Wiegand Effect One Stage Reader
0.055
RWE-2
Wiegand Effect One Stage Reader w/ Display
0.065
RPX-1
Proximity One Stage Reader
0.065
RPX-2
Proximity One Stage Reader w/ Display
0.075
IKE-2
Integrated Keypad Electronics w/ Display
0.055
IKE-10
Integrated Keypad Electronics
0.045
RRE
Remote Reader Electronics – 1 read head (read head
excluded)
0.050
RRE02 & RRE04
Remote Reader Electronics – 2 & 4 read heads (read
heads excluded)
0.160
RIM
Remote Input Module
0.140
RRM
Remote Relay Module
0.040
NCEX-1
RS485 HUB (extender)
0.040
NCEX-3
RS485 HUB (extender)
0.080
NCEX-2
RS485 HUB (extender)
0.060
RMSC-10
Mullion Smart Card Reader (5Vdc @ 0.10A)
0.050
Extended
TOTAL OPERATING CURRENT DRAW
This table assumes all devices (except for RMSC-10) are 24Vdc nominal and powered from ACU.
If the total operating current draw is less than 3.0 amps, use the standard 4-amp power supply (ACU2-PS4) that
provides:
• 3.0 amps for operating the controller, reader modules and door hardware, 1.0 amp for charging
the optional batteries (a maximum of 15 Amp-hour).
If the total operating current draw is greater than 3.0 amps and less than 6.0 amps, use the extended 8-amp
power supply (ACU-8APWR) that provides:
• 6.0 amps for operating the controller, reader modules and door hardware, 2.0 amps for charging
the optional batteries (a maximum of 30 Amp-hour).
Battery Backup Calculation:
•
To determine battery capacity required to maintain full operations of ACU and devices powered
by ACU (Note 3), use the formula below. Each pair of Gel-Cell Batteries (Part no. 133-319) is
rated at 24Vdc, 7 Amp-hour (Note 4). The ACU enclosure can hold up to 4 batteries.
Total Operating Current Draw
X Number of Hours of Operation Required
= Amp-hour Capacity Requirement
Amps
X Hours
= Amp-hours
NOTES:
1.
Supports all Two-stage Card Readers: Bar Code, Magnetic Stripe, Wiegand and Passive Proximity, etc.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Assumes none of the relays are energized. Add 0.013 amp for each energized relay.
Use of Fail Secure door hardware will decrease battery capacity requirements.
Amp-hour capacity is based on 20-hour discharge rate. Multiply amp-hour capacity by 0.75 for 4-hour rate.
Electric deadbolt or any other high surge devices should be separately powered.
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Power wiring to the REN expansion power supply/charger (obsolete)
Unless otherwise specified, the REN power supply is configured for 120 VAC. Use Figure 2-19 and Figure 2-20 to configure the power supply for 240 VAC operations.
Figure 2-22: Components mounted inside the REN Enclosure
(ACU Expansion Power Supply with optional battery backup shown.)
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Chapter 3
ACUXL16, ACURS2, and ACURS4
This section contains:
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Terminal Block Connectors
Host Communication Wiring
Jumper Configurations on the Controllers
Configuring the DIP switch settings on the Controllers
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Controller Alarm Reporting
Controller Relay Assignments
LAN Configuration
Dial-Up Modem Configuration
Overview
This section provides technical information on all models of ACU controllers. These intelligent networked
devices provides access control, alarm monitoring and output control. The ACUXL16 model provides
two host serial-ports for connections to a server computer using either RS-485 or RS-232 communications. The ACURS2 and the ACURS4 have one RS232/RS485 host port and one LAN port. The ACUR2 and R4 and the ACU2 and ACU2X are no longer available. Information regarding these products is
available at the end of this chapter.
Reader communication is non-encrypted polled serial protocol up to 4000-ft. (1220 m) for One-Stage
Readers and Remote Electronics Modules, such as readers, inputs or outputs.
ACUs provide Twelve (12) Grade-AA supervised inputs, Eight (8) Grade-AA supervised inputs on the
ACU-R4 or four (4) Grade-AA supervised inputs on the ACU-R2 provide alarm monitoring. These supervised inputs are for alarm devices, exit push button, and door contacts for the card readers. Each model
is also equipped with unsupervised cabinet tamper, AC power fail input and low battery.
Form-C relays are provided on each model for strike activation and/or remote control. All relay contacts
are rated for 28 VDC at 2 amperes. DO NOT switch any voltages over 30 volts. There are 12 relays on
the ACUXL, four on the ACURS2, and eight on the ACURS4.The ACUR2/4 have two position jumpers
which determine contact usage on its four relays.
DIP switches set the device’s communication baud rate and address. DIP switches are also used to terminate alarm inputs and host communications ports.
NOTE: See Table A-13 for specific Model Numbers.
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Host Communications Wiring
Communication between the controller and input devices such as readers or alarm points and output devices such
as relays is carried by either RS-232 or RS-485 interfaces.
RS-232 Interface to ACU Controller
RS-232 Interface is a simple interface between a host computer and Modem to a SINGLE ACU Controller. Maximum overall length of the wires from host computer to the ACU controller is 50 ft. (15 m).
Pull in a two pair shielded cable (four wires and shield) from the host processor serial communications
port to the ACU controller. Table 3-1 through Table 3-3 shows the cable connections. Attach pigtail to
shield and attach to chassis ground.
A Personal Computer’s comm port 1 is typically 9-pin male connector.
DE-9
ACUXL Controller
ACURS Controller
Description
3
H1RD (TB1-19)
2
H1TD (TB1-18)
RXD (TB1-3)
Transmit Data
5
H1SG (TB1-17)
SIG GND (TB1-1)
Signal Ground
TXD (TB1-2)
Receive Data
Table 3-1: PC (9-pin) to ACU (RS-232)
A Personal Computer’s comm port 2 is typically a DTE 25-pin male connector.
DB-25 DTE
Pin numbers
ACUXL Controller
pin number
ACURS Controller
pin number
Description
2
H1RD (TB1-19)
TXD (TB1-2)
Transmit Data
3
H1TD (TB1-18)
RXD (TB1-3)
Receive Data
7
H1SG (TB1-17)
SIG GND (TB1-1)
Signal Ground
Table 3-2: PC (25-pin) to ACU (RS-232)Modem Connection:
Modem Connection:
Provide a two pair shielded cable (four wires and shield) from the modem’s serial port to the ACU controller. Table Table 3-3 shows the cable connections. The shield attaches to chassis ground.
An external modem is typically a DCE DB-25-pin female connector.
DB-25 DC
ACUXL Controller
ACURS Controller
Description
2
H1TD (TB1-18)
TXD (TB1-2)
Transmit Data
3
H1RD (TB1-19)
RXD (TB1-3)
Receive Data
4
RTS1 (TB1-20)
RTS (TB1-4)
Request to Send
7
H1SG (TB1-17)
SIG GND (TB1-1)
Signal Ground
Table 3-3: Host PC to ACU (RS-232)
NOTE: When using dial-up communication to ACUs, an external US Robotics Sportster modem must be used
at the host. When using this modem, make sure that switches 5 and 6 are on and all other switches are
OFF.
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Figure 3-1: Typical Communication Wiring RS-232C Interface Between PC and ACU Controller.
See External Modem Setup on page - 3-14
Figure 3-2: Typical Communication Wiring RS-232C Interface Between PC and Host Dialup Modem.
RS-485 Interface to the ACU Controller
When GE Security software is to communicate to multiple ACU controllers or the ACU controller is further than 50 ft. (15 m) from the server, then RS-485 must be used to communicate to the ACU controller.
Configure the ACU controller for RS-485 communication and wire the units as shown in Figure 3-3 or
Figure 3-4. On the ACU, only the farthest unit on the communication line has the RS-485 terminated.
The maximum overall length of this cable, from the GE Security server to the ACU controller is 4000 ft.)
(1220 m). Beyond this distance, modems or line drivers must be used. If the installation site is to be UL
1076 and/or UL 294 approved, the use of modems and/or line drivers is not allowed, therefore the maximum distance between the host and the ACU is 4000 feet.
Pull in 2-pair, shielded cable (five wires) between the host communication ports and the ACU controller.
NOTE: Communication cable can be T-Tapped, but the tap cannot exceed 10 feet.
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B&B RS-485 Converters to the Server
This section contains instructions on installing and wiring the B&B RS-485 Converter. The B&B RS-485
Converter installations have not been evaluated by UL. The B&B RS-485 Converter may not be installed
if the installation is to be UL 1076 and/or UL 294 approved.
When a GE Security host computer is communicating to multiple ACU controllers that is further than 50
ft. (15 m), then RS-485 must be used. The installer must connect an RS-232C-to-RS-485 Converter.
GE Security currently supports four different B&B Converters, please check the table heading for the
converter you are using.
• B&B Model 485CSP,
Part Number PC-NCIC5C-PER
Configure the ACU controller for RS-485 communication and wire the units as shown in Figure 3-3 and
Figure 3-4. Only the farthest unit on the communication line requires RS-485 to be terminated. The maximum overall length of this cable (from B&B Converter to ACU controller is 4000 ft.) (1220 m). Beyond
this distance, modems must be used.
Wiring B&B 485CON and 422LCOR
485CON or 422LCOR
DB-25 pin numbers
ACUXL Controller
ACURS Controller
Description
7
H1SG (TB1-17)
SIG GND (TB1-1)
Signal Ground
17
H1T+ (TB1-21)
TX+ (TB1-6)
Transmit Data (+)
5
H1T- (TB1-22)
TX- (TB1-7)
Transmit Data (-)
14
H1R+ (TB1-23)
RX+ (TB1-8)
Receive Data (+)
2
H1R- (TB1-24)
RX- (TB1-9)
Receive Data (-)
Table 3-4: B&B Model 485CON or 422LCOR to ACUXL and ACURS
NOTE: Communication cable can be T-Tapped, but the tap cannot exceed 10 feet.
NOTE: See Table 3-67 to terminate the last panel
Figure 3-3: B&B Model 485CON to ACU
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Wiring B&B 485CSP
485CSP
DB-25 pin numbers
ACUXL Controller
Description
FR. GND
Earth Ground
RDB
H1TD+ (TB1-21)
Transmit Data (+)
RDA
H1TD- (TB1-22)
Transmit Data (-)
TDB
H1RD+ (TB1-23)
Receive Data (+)
TDA
H1RD- (TB1-24)
Receive Data (-)
H1SG
Power Supply Common
+12 VDC
Shield
+12 Volt
GND
(TB1-17)
Table 3-5: B&B Model 485CSP to ACU
Jumpers on 485CSP
Echo
Control
ON
Remove
LED’s on 485CSP
TD Enable
RD
ON
Flashes when polls are received
Figure 3-4: B&B Model 485CSP to ACU
NOTE: See Table 3-67 to terminate the last panel.
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Use Table 3-6 to Table 3-9 to connect a PC to the B&B converter. Communication port 1 on a Personal
Computer is typically a 9-pin male connector. Connect the B&B converter as follows, shown in Tables
below depending on the converter you are using. If you are using the B&B Model 485CON, then a 9-to25 pin cable and a gender changer is required. If you are using B&B Model 485CSP or 422LCOR, then
use a 9 to 25 pin cable.
DB-9 DTE
Pin numbers
Male
B&B Converter
485CON
25-pin male
DB-9 DTE
Pin numbers
Male
B&B Converter
485CSP or 422LCOR
25-pin female
2
3
2
3
3
2
3
2
5
7
5
7
7
4
7
4
Table 3-6: DB-9 Connection for 485 CON.
Table 3-7: DB-9 Connection for 485 CSP and 422 COR
Communication port 2 on a Personal Computer is typically a 25-pin male connector. Connect the B&B
converter as shown in Table 3-8 or Table 3-9 depending on the converter you are using. If you are using
the B&B Model 485CON, then a gender changer is required. If you are using B&B Model 485CSP or
422LCOR, then the converter can be plugged directly into Communication port 2.
DB-25 DTE
Pin numbers
Male
B&B Converter
485CON
25-pin male
DB-25 DTE
Pin numbers
Male
B&B Converter
485CSP or 422LCOR
25-pin female
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
7
7
7
7
Table 3-8: DB-25 Connection for 485 CON.
Table 3-9: DB-25 Connection for 485 CSP and 422 COR.
Figure 3-5: Personal Computer to B&B Converter
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ACUXL Networked Controllers
The ACUXL has a built-in LAN connection which allows the ACUXL to communicate over a LAN or WAN and a
local parallel printer port. The ACUSL is available in a 16-reader version ACUXL/16 (ACU-XL16B).
ACUXL Component Location
LAN
LEDs
U21
NiCad Pack
Voltage
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Figure 3-6: Component Layout on the ACUXL Controller
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Multi-dropping RS-485 from LAN Connected ACUXL
You may still multi-drop any ACU from an ACUXL connected to the LAN via RS-485 up to a maximum of
4,000 feet to the last ACU from the ACUXL. See the wiring diagram below and the wiring table that follows.
Up to 15 panels may
be added to the loop
ACUXL
Address 15
ACUXL
Address 1
ACUXL
Address 0
17 SigGND
17 SigGND
17 SigGND
9 SigGND
21 H1T+
21 H1T+
21 H1T+
13 H2T+
22 H1T-
22 H1T-
22 H1T-
14 H2T-
23 H1R+
23 H1R+
23 H1R+
15 H2R+
24 H1R-
24 H1R-
24 H1R-
16 H2R-
Host Port-1
Host Port-1
Host Port-1
Last panel in loop
must be terminated
LAN / WAN
Connection
Host Port-2
4,000 feet maximum
Figure 3-7: Multi-drop RS-485 From LAN Connected ACUXL
NOTES:
1.
SW3 DIP switch 1 must be ON to enable the LAN connection.
2.
When the LAN connection is enabled only Host Port 2 may be used to multi-drop additional ACUs.
3.
ACURS2 or ACURS4 may also be connected to the RS485 port. See Table 3-44 for proper TB
connections.
LAN ACU
Connector TB1
To 2nd ACU
Connector TB1
To 3rd ACU
Connector TB1
To 4th ACU
Connector TB1
9 - GND
17 – GND
17 – GND
17 – GND
15 – H2R+
21 – H1T+
21 – H1T+
21 – H1T+
16 – H2R-
22 – H1T-
22 – H1T-
22 – H1T-
13 – H2T+
23 – H1R+
23 – H1R+
23 – H1R+
14 – H2T-
24 – H1R-
24 – H1R-
16 – H1R-
Table 3-10: ACUXL RS-485 Wiring From LAN Connected ACUXL.
Printer Port
The parallel printer port on the ACUXL board is a Female 25-D connector and uses a standard printer
cable limited to a maximum distance of 12 feet.
Table Table 3-11 through Table 3-16 describe how each DIP switch (SW1- SW6) is set. The rotary switch
(SW4) described in Table Table 3-14 which provides sixteen addresses; 0 to 15 (0 to 'F' hexadecimal) for
ACU addressing.
NOTE: Switches SW2 through SW4 are read only at power-up (or reset) and are ignored thereafter. When
switch settings are changed, power MUST be turned OFF then turned ON AFTER the settings are
changed.
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ACUXL DIP Switch 1 Settings
Switch
SW1
Switch
Setting
S1
ON*
Reader Port 1 RCV data Termination ON
S2
ON*
Reader Port 1 XMT data Termination ON
S3
ON*
Reader Port 2 RCV data Termination ON
S4
ON*
Reader Port 2 XMT data Termination ON
S5
ON*
Host Port
1 RCV data Termination ON
S6
ON*
Host Port
1 XMT data Termination ON
S7
ON*
Host Port
2 RCV data Termination ON
S8
ON*
Host Port
2 XMT data Termination ON
Function
Table 3-11: DIP Switch SW1 Settings on the ACUXL Controller
* Denotes default setting.
ACUXL DIP Switch 2 Settings
Switch SW2
S1
through
S3
S4
Switch Setting
S1
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
S2
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
S3
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON1
ON1
ON
ON1
OFF1
S5
ON
Host Communication Baud Rate
19,200
38,400
57,600
1,200
115,200
2400
4800
9600
Host Encryption enabled
Host Encryption disable
Dial-Up Host Communications
OFF1
S6
Function
Dedicated Host Communications
Multi-drop Modem connected, use 5-wire
RS-232 using RTS & CTS
ON
OFF1
Use RS-485 or 3-wire RS-232
S7
ON
LAN and Serial port H1 dual reporting path2
Serial port H1 and H2 dual reporting path3.
S8
OFF1
ON
1
OFF
Host Communication uses No Parity
Host Communication uses Even Parity
Table 3-12: DIP Switch SW2 Settings on the ACUXL Controller
1 Denotes default setting.
2 SW3 switch 1 must be ON indicating that LAN is enabled. This setting applies to ACUXL version 7.09.00 or later.
3 SW3 switch 1 must be OFF indicating that LAN is disabled. This setting applies to ACUXL version 7.09.00 or later.
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ACUXL DIP Switch 3 Settings
Switch
SW3
Switch
Setting
S1
ON
OFF*
S2
ON
Function
LAN Enabled
Serial SCP Enabled
Allow LAN IP parameter update
OFF*
S3
ON
Use default LAN IP parameters
OFF*
S4
ON
OFF*
S5
Spare Leave OFF
ON
OFF*
S7
Standard DES
ON
OFF*
S6
Triple DES (TDES)
ON
Spare Leave OFF
Battery Backup on Memory Enabled
OFF*
S8
ON
Watchdog Timer Disabled
OFF*
Watchdog Timer Enabled
Table 3-13: DIP Switch SW3 Settings on the ACUXL Controller
* Denotes default setting.
ACUXL DIP Switch Address Setting
SW4 (rotary switch)
0-F
Function
Sets the polling address
Table 3-14: Rotary Switch SW4 Settings on the ACUXL
ACUXL DIP Switch Zone Input Termination settings
SW5
Adds 1 K ohm across zone inputs
S1 ON
Zone 6 Terminated
S2 ON
Zone 7 Terminated
S3 ON
Zone 8 Terminated
S4 ON
Zone 9 Terminated
S5 ON
Zone 10 Terminated
S6 ON
Zone 11 Terminated
Table 3-15: DIP Switch SW5 Add EOL Termination to Inputs
DIP switch factory default is all OFF
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SW6
Adds 1 K ohm across zone inputs
S1 ON
Zone 0 Terminated
S2 ON
Zone 1 Terminated
S3 ON
Zone 2 Terminated
S4 ON
Zone 3 Terminated
S5 ON
Zone 4 Terminated
S6 ON
Zone 5 Terminated
Table 3-16: DIP Switch SW6 Add EOL Termination to Inputs
DIP switch factory default is all OFF
Dial-up Modem Card for ACUXL, ACURS2, and ACURS4
The optional daughter board Dial-Up modem (ACU-MODEM) can be easily installed into the ACUXL,
ACURS2, or ACURS4 controller.
This section contains instructions on installing the Dial-up modem card. The Dial-up modem card and
installations have not been evaluated by UL. A battery backup or USP is recommended for any device
using dial-up.
NOTE: The Dial-up modem card may not be used if the installation is to be UL 1076, UL 294 or CE approved.
Dial-up Modem Installation for ACUXL Controller
Connect Ground to
Power Supply
Mounting Screw.
ACUXL Dial-Up
Modem Card
PN-136290
To: PS Ground
J2 - To: Phone for testing)
J3 - To: Phone Line
J3
J2
1
8
J1
LED1
LED 3
LED2
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Figure 3-8: ACUXL PAC D1 Dial up Modem Card Location
The Dial-up modem installation and wiring connection in the ACUXL Controller Enclosure is made as follows:
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1. Insert the standoffs that were shipped with the modem board in the four holes in the upper left
section of the ACUXL board.
2. Then while making sure the pins on the ACUXL board line up to the connector on the modem board,
plug-in the modem board and snap the board on to the standoffs.
3. Connect the dial-up phone line to either RJ-11 telephone connector on the ACUXL Dial-up modem
board.
NOTE: Phone lines used for Dial-up should be dedicated analog lines and not routed through a PBX or multiplexer
4. SW2 on the ACUXL should be set as follows: 1,2,3, 5, and 8 set to “ON”.
5. The systems administrator will need to know the ACUXL Controller’s Serial Number. The serial
number is located on top of the ACUXL controller board.
Connecting the Dial-up Modem
Connect the modem board’s frame ground wire to the grounding lug in the cabinet just above the board. See
Figure 3-13.
Connect the modem to a standard dial type telephone line by plugging the phone line’s RJ45 connector into J3. A
telephone instrument for testing can be connected to J2.
NOTE: DO NOT use PBX or Key Switch type phone lines.
Component Layout
To Frame Ground
J2 - To: Phone for testing)
J3 - To: Phone Line
1
J1
J2
8
J3
LED1
LED3
LED2
Figure 3-9: Component Layout of the Dial-up Modem Board
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The LEDs will show the modem status and help in trouble shooting the modem.
LED’s on Modem
Description
LED1
Power - Lights when modem is “powered”.
LED2
Ring Detect - Lights when the modem has called.
LED3
Carrier Detect - Lights when the Modem has established communication
with the host modem.
Table 3-17: Dial-up Modem LED Indicators.
Connecting (MDD) Multi-Drop Dial-Up Panels
The dial-up ACUXL/16 panel may have up to 15 additional ACUXL panels multi-dropped to its RS485 port as
shown below. However, the ACURS dial-up panel may only have 14 additional MDD panels connected.
The additional panels must be configured in the server software as dial-up panels with the same phone number
as the panel with the dial-up modem card installed.
NOTE: DO NOT use PBX or Key Switch type phone lines.
ACU2X/ACURS
Address 15/14
Up to 14/15 panels may
be added to the loop respectively.
ACU2X/ACURS
Address 2
ACU2X/ACURS Dial-Up
Address 0/1
Phone Line
Connection
1 Sig GND
1 Sig GND
1 Sig GND
6 TX+
6 TX+
6 TX+
6 TX+
7 TX -
7 TX -
7 TX -
7 TX -
8 RX+
8 RX+
8 RX+
8 RX+
9 RX -
9 RX -
9 RX -
9 RX -
Last panel in loop
must be terminated
1 Sig GND
4,000 feet maximum
Figure 3-10: RS485 Port Wiring For Multi-Drop Dial-Up Panels
In the above configuration if the panel with the dial-up modem installed is ACURS2/4 it must be set as address
“1” and each additional multi-drop panel on the RS485 port must be addressed starting with “2” then “3” and so
on up to 14 additional ACURS panels maximum.
If using an ACUXL panel with the dial-up modem installed, then the first panel should be addressed “0” then each
additional multi-drop panel on the RS485 port must be addressed starting with “1” then “2” and so on up to 15
additional ACUXL panels maximum.
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Installing Server External Modem
When using Dial-up communications to an ACUXL or ACURS2/4 field panel you must install an external modem
(PC-EMODEM-PER) at the server. The server software will ONLY support the (USR) US Robotics 33.6
faxmodem or the 56K V.90 faxmodem, Sportster modem models 0701 (005686-03) or 0459 (00083907).
Model information located on the back of the modem near the FCC logo sticker, there are some numbers, model
#0459 and Sportster 0083907 (the current model is 000839-09 from the USR web site). The 56K V.90 faxmodem
can also be used. The number on the back is model #0701 Sportster 005686-03 (USR5686E from the web site).
NOTE: DO NOT use internal modem cards or external modems without dipswitchs.
Information on these modems may be found at the US Robotics web site, www.usr.com. Click on U.S./Canada
(English), then click Search Site tab at the top of the page, then type sportster 005686-03 or sportster 00568
into the search field.
For external modem wiring diagram, see Figure 3-2 on page- 3-3.
External Modem Setup
The switches on the back of the modem must be configured with switches
5 and 6 set to the UP position, all others should be in the down position as
shown to the right.
NOTE: You will NOT need to install the modem or drivers in Windows.
When you power up the external modem LEDs AA, TR, and CS should be illuminated, all other should be off.
Software Setup
After installing the modem make sure dial-up panels are configured in the Topaz server software as SCP Dial-Up,
set to 9600 baud, No parity and Active.
From Control and Service Functions, you must setup the modem. Choose Initialize - Test Modem and Serial Port
and say Go. The modem LEDs SD and RD should blink several time. This sends the correct AT commands
necessary for the modem to work correctly.
NOTE: It is recommended you use a minimum of two dial-up ports/modems for data and alarms. As the
system grows or as the alarm load increases, it may be necessary to use more Server modems
to handle the traffic.
The system administrator will also need to know the ACUXL or ACURS2/4 Controller’s Serial Number.
Troubleshooting
Be sure the external dial-up modem at the server is connected correctly.
Check the dial-up modem board in the ACURT to make sure it is firmly install on the pins J1 and no pins are bent
over.
Make sure the ACURT modem board is properly grounded.
You may have to clear memory on the ACU board.
NOTE: Be aware this action will leave the ACU without any configuration.
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LAN Connection for ACUXL Version
The ACUXL version has a built-in LAN connection. If UL listed installation Triple DES (TDES) Encryption is
required.
LAN Surge Protector ACU Installation
LAN surge protection must be installed at all ACUs communicating over the LAN for all UL installations. The
Transtector TSJ45 series surge protector (GE Security part number 137206) is a plug-in silicon avalanche diode
surge suppression system for networked equipment.
Figure 3-11: ACUXL Surge Protection Installed
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LAN Surge Protector Server Installation
NOTE: Surge protection is not allowed if the system is to be CE approved.
LAN surge protection must be installed at the Server for all UL installations.
Figure 3-12: LAN Surge Protection Installed At Server PC
LEDs for LAN Connection
LED’s for LAN
Description
D101
LAN TX (on indicates transmitting data to server)
D100
LAN RX (on indicates receiving data from server)
D14
LAN Collisions (on indicates collision)
D99
LAN Polarity (on indicates wires swapped)
D13
LAN Link (on indicates network detected)
Table 3-18: LAN Connection LED Indicators.
Location for LAN LEDs
Dual Reporting Paths
The ACUXL provides for dual reporting path function. When the primary reporting path from the ACU to the host
computer fails, the secondary reporting path becomes available providing more secure, redundant
communication. The communication may be two LAN connections, a primary LAN connection with a secondary
LANtronix adaptor connected to serial port H1 or two serial port connections.
Dual LAN Reporting Path Setup
When both of the reporting paths will be on the LAN, serial port H1 will be wired to a LANtronix adaptor. See
page 3-65. The IP address for both the on board LAN connection and the LANTronix unit are entered into
DIAMOND II. This only requires that DIP switch SW3 switch 1 be set to ON. Also see Chapter 8 of the DIAMOND
II User Manual.
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Dual LAN/Serial Path Setup
When the primary reporting path should be the on board LAN, secondary communication will be serial port H1
wired to a LANtronix adaptor. To make the onboard LAN connection primary, set both DIP switch SW2 switch 7
and DIP switch SW3 switch 1 to ON.
Dual Serial Path Setup
When both of the reporting paths will use serial communications, wire both port H1 and H2 to the host PC using
RS-485 wiring. Set both DIP switch SW2 switch 7 and DIP switch SW3 switch 1 to OFF. Also see Chapter 8 of
the DIAMOND II User Manual.
LEDs for Alarm Zone Status
LEDs Z0 – Z11
Status of 12 Alarm
points
OFF= Secure
ON = Active
FAST FLASH= Trouble (open or short, etc.)
SLOW FLASH= Masked
Table 3-19: Alarm Zone Status LED indicators.
BT2 Battery Replacement
It is recommended that you replace the onboard AA memory backup batteries every 5 years with 3 NICAD, AA
size, 1.2 volt, 500 MA hour, or larger batteries (SANYO N-700AAC or equivalent).
To replace the batteries:
1. If the ACU is not powered down while changing the batteries, the memory will be maintained.
2. Cut the nylon cable tie retaining strap, that holds the batteries in place.
3. Remove the AA batteries from the holder.
4. Place fresh AA batteries into the batter holder.
5. Install 2 new nylon cable tie retaining strap (Dennison 08-432 or equivalent).
Clearing the Memory on the ACUXL
To clear memory, first power off the ACUXL. Set the even switches (positions 2,4,6 & 8) on DIP switch SW2 to
ON and the odd switches (positions 1,3,5 & 7) to OFF. Set the polling address of the blue Rotary Switch SW4 to
F. Apply power to the ACUXL. Wait a minimum of 45 seconds for all memory to clear. LEDs 1-4 will blink together
indicating that the operation is complete. Turn power off and reset switches SW2 and SW4 to the desired
settings.
NOTE: When clearing memory on an ACUXL, the IP Address will also be cleared and will need to be reconfigured.
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Setting TCP/IP Address for ACUXL/16, ACURS2, and ACURS4
Setting IP Address
One of the simplest ways to set the IP address on the ACUXL is with a laptop computer in the field running the AcuxUtil.exe program.
If using the default IP address (SW3 switch 3 on) attach and configure only one ACUXL at a time.
To set up the TCP/IP address for a ACUXL field panel start by locating the AcuxUtil.exe file on the CD
and start the utility by double-clicking on it’s icon.
After starting the utility the following screen is displayed.
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Set IP Address Through Ethernet
Before continuing make sure your PC has a network card installed with TIP/IP enabled. The IP address
must be able to communicate to the ACUXL. In other words, the first three sets of numbers of the computer’s IP address must match the first three sets on numbers of the ACUXL’s IP address. The default IP
address of the ACUXL is 192.168.0.132
1.
Click the Ethernet button.
2.
Make sure that SW2 DIP switch 4 is off, SW3 DIP switches 1 and 2 are ON, and SW4 is set to “0” before
continuing.
3.
After setting the switches reboot the ACU.
4.
Power must be cycled on the ACUXL for the switches to be read.
5.
After the switches are set properly, click OK.
The IP Address of the ACUXL has been set at the factory to a default of 192.168.0.132.
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6.
Enter the IP address for the ACUXL
7.
The Port Number will be left at the default 3001 unless you have multi servers on your system. If using
multi server change the last three digit (3000 plus the LAN number) of the Port Number to reflect the
server number. For server number two the Port Number would be 3002.
8.
If the ACU Comm Address (SW4) is set to other than “0” adjust the address here to match the ACU.
9.
Click OK to continue.
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10. Click Start button to start the configuration of the IP Address.
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11. Make sure SW3 DIP Switches 1 and 2 are turned ON at the ACUXL and click OK.
The addresses for this screen must be obtained from your MIS department.
12. Enter the new ACUXL IP Address, Sub Net Mask, Gate IP Address (Gateway or Router).
13. The Existing Port No. will be left at its default 3001 unless you have multi servers on your system.
Change the last three digit of the Port No. to reflect the server number (3000 plus the LAN number). For
server number two the Port No. would be 3002.
14. The Time Out Period is used for redundant systems only. The default is 30 Sec.
15. Click OK to continue.
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16. The ACUXL was updated successfully.
17. Click OK to continue.
18. Before continuing, make sure DIP switches 2 and 3 at the ACUXL are turned OFF.
19. Click OK to continue and reset the ACUXL.
The ACUXL has been updated with the new IP address.
20. Click OK to complete the setup.
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Set IP Address Through Serial Connection
Connect your PC to the ACUXL as shown below.
H1RD
H1TD
The ACUXL must be properly connected to the computer’s serial port and power to the ACUXL must be
turned on.
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1.
Click the Serial button.
2.
Turn SW3 DIP switch 1 OFF and 2 ON at the ACUXL.
3.
Power must be cycled on the ACUXL for the switches to be read.
4.
Click OK to continue.
5.
Select the Communication port that the ACUXL is connected to.
6.
Select the Baud Rate that the ACUXL set to communicate at.
7.
Parity should be left at Even.
8.
The SCP Address is the communication address the ACUXL is set at with SW4.
9.
Click OK.
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If the ACUXL is not communicating the following message will appear.
10. Click OK and check you Serial connection and try again.
The addresses for this screen must be obtained from your MIS department.
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The IP Address of the ACUXL has been set at the factory to 192.168.0.X. The X number is different for
each ACUXL.
11. Enter the new ACUXL IP Address, Sub Net Mask, Gate IP Address (Gateway or Router).
12. The Existing Port No. will be left at its default 3001 unless you have multi servers on your system.
Change the last three digit of the Port No. to reflect the server number (3000 plus the LAN number). For
server number two the Port No. would be 3002.
13. The Time Out Period is used for redundant systems only. The default is 30 Sec.
14. Click OK to continue.
15. The ACU was update successfully.
16. Click OK to continue.
17. Before continuing, make sure DIP switches 2 and 3 at the ACUXL are turned OFF.
18. Click OK to continue and reset the ACUXL.
The ACUXL has been updated with the new IP address.
19. Click OK to continue.
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ACURS2 and ACURS4 Controllers
Enclosure Layout
The ACURS2 and ACURS4 installations have not been evaluated by UL. The ACURS2 and ACURS4 may not
be installed if the installation is to be UL 1076 and/or UL 294 approved.
Figure 3-13: ACURS Controller Enclosure Layout
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ACURS2 and ACURS4 Circuit Board Layout
For the location of components discussed in this section see Figure Figure 3-14 below.
LAN status LEDs
LAN port
Optional dial-up
modem card
Attach to
Grounding stud in
panel.
See page 2-2.
SW3
SW2
SW4
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Figure 3-14: ACURS2 and ACURS4 Board Component Layout
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ACURS2 Block Diagram
Reader 0
Reader 1
Host Port
Ethernet
Port
ACURS2
Reader#
Expansion
Port Address#
2
0
3
1
Up to two RREs or one
stage readers may be
connected to the
Expansion Port. using
addresses 0 & 1
(addresses 2 & 3 Not
Used on ACURS2)
4
5
6
7
Combination of up to four RIM
and/or RRMs may be connected
to the Expansion Port. using
addresses 4, 5, 6, & 7
Features
1121-
64-
Host Port (RS-232 or RS-485)
Ethernet Port
Read Head Interface
Expansion Module Port
for up to 4 SMT RRMs or SMT RIMs
and 2 Readers
Alarm Inputs
Relay Outputs
Figure 3-15: ACURS2 Block Diagram
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ACURS4 Block Diagram
Reader 0
Reader 1
Reader 2
Reader 3
Host Port
ACURS4
Expansion
Port
Ethernet
Port
Reader#
Address#
5
1
6
2
7
3
Up to four Readers or
RREs may be connected to
the Expansion Port using
addresses 0, 1, 2, & 3
Features
1
1
4
1
4
0
-
Host Port (RS-232 or RS-485)
Ethernet Port
Read Head Interface
Expansion Module Port for up to 4
Readers/RREs and 4 SMT RRMs,
SMT RIMs.
12 - Alarm Inputs
8 - Relay Outputs
4
5
6
7
Combination of up to four
RIM and/or RRMs may be
connected to the Expansion
Port. using addresses
4, 5, 6, & 7
NOTE: Readers 4-7 (address 0-3) on Expansion
Port require the following software version
on the Host computer:
•
Diamond II Version 2.0.2.1 or higher
•
Sapphire Pro Version 4.65 or higher
•
Diamond Version 8.12.69 or higher
•
Diamond 8.11 all versions
Figure 3-16: ACURS4 Block Diagram
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Connections for Terminal Block 1 (ACURS2 and ACURS4)
Host Communication Port
The ACURS2 and ACURS4 installations have not been evaluated by UL. The ACURS2 and ACURS4 may not
be installed if the installation is to be UL 1076 and/or UL 294 approved.
Term.
Strip ID
TB#
Pin#
Description
1
1
SIG GND
Host Port Signal Ground
1
2
TXD
Host Port RS-232 Transmit Data
1
3
RXD
Host Port RS-232 Receive Data
1
4
RTS
Host Port RS-232 RTS
1
5
CTS
Host Port RS-232 CTS
1
6
TX+
Host Port RS-485 Transmit Data (+)
1
7
TX-
Host Port RS-485 Transmit Data (-)
1
8
RX+
Host Port RS-485 Receive Data (+)
1
9
RX-
Host Port RS-485 Receive Data (-)
Maximum Distance and
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
9533-24 (3 conductor) AWG, 50 feet
9534-24 (4 conductor) AWG, 50 feet
9535-24 (5 conductor) AWG, 50 feet
9842-24 AWG
4000 feet (1220 meters) maximum
Table 3-20: Terminal Block TB1 Pin Number Identification
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Connections for Terminal Block 2, 3, and 4 (ACURS2 and ACURS4)
Reader 0 Connections
Term.
Strip ID
Description
Maximum Distance
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
TB#
Pin#
2
1
+12 VDC
Fused 12 VDC Output
2
2
+5 VDC
Fused 5 VDC Output
2
3
0V
0 Volts
2
4
DATA 0
Reader Data 0 (Green)
2
5
DATA 1
Reader Data 1 (White)
2
6
RED LED
Red LED
2
7
GREEN LED
Green LED
2
8
BUZZER
Buzzer
3
1
Z0+
3
2
Z0-
Normally Closed
Door Contact
9407-22 AWG / 9409-18 AWG
1000 feet (305 meters) / 4000 feet (1220
meters)
3
3
Z1+
3
4
Z1-
Normally Open
Request-to-Exit Contact
9407-22 AWG / 9409-18 AWG
1000 feet (305 meters) / 4000 feet (1220
meters)
3
5
Z2+
3
6
Z2-
Normally Closed
Spare Input
9407-22 AWG / 9409-18 AWG
1000 feet (305 meters) / 4000 feet (1220
meters)
4
1
NC
Door Strike Relay Normally Closed
9409-18 AWG (See Warning)
4
2
C
Door Strike Relay Common
4
3
NO
Door Strike Relay Normally Open
See Manufactures Data
Table 3-21: Terminal Block TB2, 3, and 4 Pin Number Identification
Warning:
DO NOT switch any voltage over 30 VDC on these relays.
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Connections for Terminal Block 5, 6, and 7 (ACURS2 and ACURS4)
Reader 1 Connections
Term.
Strip ID
Pin#
5
1
+12 VDC
Fused 12 VDC Output
5
2
+5 VDC
Fused 5 VDC Output
5
3
0V
0 Volts
5
4
DATA 0
Reader Data 0 (Green)
5
5
DATA 1
Reader Data 1 (White)
5
6
RED LED
Red LED
5
7
GREEN LED
Green LED
5
8
BUZZER
Buzzer
6
1
Z0+
Normally Closed
Door Contact
6
2
9407-22 AWG
at 1000 feet (305 meters)
9409-18 AWG
at 4000 feet (1220 meters)
6
3
Normally Open
Request-to-Exit Contact
6
4
9407-22 AWG
at 1000 feet (305 meters)
9409-18 AWG
at 4000 feet (1220 meters)
6
5
Normally Closed
Spare Input
6
6
9407-22 AWG
at 1000 feet (305 meters)
9409-18 AWG
at 4000 feet (1220 meters)
7
1
NC
Door Strike Relay Normally Closed
9409-18 AWG (See Warning)
7
2
C
Door Strike Relay Common
7
3
NO
Door Strike Relay Normally Open
Z0Z1+
Z1Z2+
Z2-
Description
Maximum Distance
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
TB#
9514-22 AWG
Table 3-22: Terminal Block TB5, 6, and 7 Pin Number Identification
Warning:
The plug in AC power supply can only be use to power one ACURS board.
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Connections for Terminal Block 8 (ACURS2 and ACURS4)
Expansion Module Communication Port RS-485 Connections
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip ID
Description
1
SIG GND
Signal Ground
2
TX+
Transmit +
3
TX-
Transmit -
4
RX+
Receive +
5
RX-
Receive -
Maximum Distance
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
9842-24 AWG
4000 feet (1220 meters) maximum
Table 3-23: Terminal Block TB8 Pin Number Identification
Connections for Terminal Block 9 (ACURS2 and ACURS4)
Reader 0 and 1 Auxiliary Relay Connections
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip ID
Description
1
NC
Reader 0 Aux Relay Normally Closed
2
C
Reader 0 Aux Relay Common
3
NO
Reader 0 Aux Relay Normally Open
4
NC
Reader 1 Aux Relay Normally Closed
5
C
Reader 1 Aux Relay Common
6
NO
Reader 1 Aux Relay Normally Open
Maximum Distance
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
9409-18 AWG
See WARNING
9409-18 AWG
See WARNING
Table 3-24: Terminal Block TB9 Pin Number Identification
Warning:
DO NOT switch any voltage over 30 VDC on these relays.
Connections for Terminal Block 10 (ACURS2 and ACURS4)
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Power Connections
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip ID
Description
1
24 VAC INPUT
2
24 VAC INPUT
3
Frame Ground
Frame Ground (connected to cabinet stud)
4
0V
Ground
5
0V
Ground
6
Battery 24 V+
Positive Input from Power Supply or UPS Batteries
7
Battery 24 V-
Negative Input from Power Supply UPS Batteries
24 VAC Input 40 Volt Amps (from plug in transformer)
Table 3-25: Terminal Block TB10 Pin Number Identification
Connections for Terminal Block 11 (ACURS2 and ACURS4)
Cabinet Tamper Connections
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip ID
Maximum Distance
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
Description
1
ACPF
AC Power Fault Input
24 Gauge to optional UPS
2
0V
Power Fault & Tamper Input Common
24 Gauge Common connection
3
CTSW
Cabinet Tamper Switch
24 Gauge Factory Wired
Table 3-26: Terminal Block TB11 Pin Number Identification
Warning:
The ACURS board requires 12 AV power. The plug in AC power supply can only be
use to power one ACURS board.
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Connections for Terminal Block 12, 13, and 14 (ACURS4 Only)
Reader 2 Connections
Term.
Strip ID
Description
Maximum Distance
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
TB#
Pin#
12
1
+12 VDC
Fused 12 VDC Output
12
2
+5 VDC
Fused 5 VDC Output
12
3
0V
0 Volts
12
4
DATA 0
Reader Data 0 (Green)
12
5
DATA 1
Reader Data 1 (White)
12
6
RED LED
Red LED
12
7
GREEN LED
Green LED
12
8
BUZZER
Buzzer
13
1
Z0+
13
2
Z0-
Normally Closed
Door Contact
9407-22 AWG
at 1000 feet (305 meters)
9409-18 AWG
at 4000 feet (1220 meters)
13
3
Z1+
13
4
Z1-
Normally Open
Request To Exit Contact
9407-22 AWG
at 1000 feet (305 meters)
9409-18 AWG
at 4000 feet (1220 meters)
13
5
Z2+
13
6
Z2-
Normally Closed
Spare Input
9407-22 AWG
at 1000 feet (305 meters)
9409-18 AWG
at 4000 feet (1220 meters)
14
1
NC
Door Strike Relay Normally Closed
14
2
C
Door Strike Relay Common
9409-18 AWG
See WARNING
14
3
NO
Door Strike Relay Normally Open
9514-22 AWG
Table 3-27: Terminal Block TB12, 13, and 14, Pin Number Identification
Warning:
The ACURS board requires 12 AV power. The plug in AC power supply can only be
use to power one ACURS board.
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Connections for Terminal Block 15, 16, and 17 (ACURS4 Only)
Reader 3 Connections
Term.
Strip ID
Description
Maximum Distance
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
TB#
Pin#
15
1
+12 VDC
Fused 12 VDC Output
15
2
+5 VDC
Fused 5 VDC Output
15
3
0V
0 Volts
15
4
DATA 0
Reader Data 0 (Green)
15
5
DATA 1
Reader Data 1 (White)
15
6
RED LED
Red LED
15
7
GREEN LED
Green LED
15
8
BUZZER
Buzzer
16
1
Z0+
16
2
Z0-
Normally Closed
Door Contact
9407-22 AWG
at 1000 feet (305 meters)
9409-18 AWG
at 4000 feet (1220 meters)
16
3
Z1+
16
4
Z1-
Normally Open
Request-to-Exit Contact
9407-22 AWG
at 1000 feet (305 meters)
9409-18 AWG
at 4000 feet (1220 meters)
16
5
Z2+
16
6
Z2-
Normally Closed
Spare Input
9407-22 AWG
at 1000 feet (305 meters)
9409-18 AWG
at 4000 feet (1220 meters)
17
1
NC
Door Strike Relay Normally Closed
17
2
C
Door Strike Relay Common
9409-18 AWG
See WARNING
17
3
NO
Door Strike Relay Normally Open
9514-22 AWG
Table 3-28: Terminal Block TB15, 16, and 17, Pin Number Identification
Warning:
DO NOT switch any voltage over 30 VDC on these relays.
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ACURS2 and ACURS4 Controllers
Connections for Terminal Block 18 (ACURS4 Only)
Reader 2 and 3 Auxiliary Relay Connections (ACURS4 Only)
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip ID
Maximum Distance
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
Description
1
NC
Reader 0 Aux Relay Normally Closed
2
C
Reader 0 Aux Relay Common
3
NO
Reader 0 Aux Relay Normally Open
4
NC
Reader 1 Aux Relay Normally Closed
5
C
Reader 1 Aux Relay Common
6
NO
Reader 1 Aux Relay Normally Open
9409-18 AWG
See WARNING
9409-18 AWG
See WARNING
Table 3-29: Terminal Block TB18 Pin Number Identification
Warning:
DO NOT switch any voltage over 30 VDC on these relays.
Relay Numbering for ACURS2 and ACURS4
Relay Numbers for Readers
ACURS2 Relay
Number
ACURS4 Relay
Number
Reader 0 Door Strike Relay
Reader 0 Aux Relay
16
17
16
17
Reader 1 Door Strike Relay
Reader 1 Aux Relay
18
19
18
19
Reader 2 Door Strike Relay
Reader 2 Aux Relay
Not Available
20
21
Reader 3 Door Strike Relay
Reader 3 Aux Relay
Not Available
22
23
Reader Number
Table 3-30: Relay Numbers for ACURS2 and ACURS4 Readers
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Alarm Numbering for ACURS2 and ACURS4
Alarm Numbers for Readers
Relays
Physical Alarm Zones
Logical Alarm Zones
Reader
Number
Strike
AUX
Zone 0
D.C.
Zone 1
REX
Zone 2
SPARE
Lock
Monitor
F.O.
H.O.
R.T.
OFFL
0
16
17
16
17
18
48
64
65
66
67
1
18
19
20
21
22
50
68
69
70
71
2*
20
21
24
25
26
52
72
73
74
75
3*
22
23
28
29
30
54
76
77
78
79
Table 3-31: Physical to Logical Zone Numbering
Lock Monitor / Bond Sensor = If used must be connected to Z2.
F.O. = Forced Open, H.O. = Held Open, R.T. = Reader Enclosure Tamper, OFFL = Reader Off Line, D.C. = Door Contact, REX = Request to
Exit.
* Readers 2, and 3 are available on ACURS4 only.
DIP switch SW1 Communication Port Termination
To be switched on to terminate communications line when panel is last on the RS-485 loop.
Switch SW1
Description
S1
ON = Host TX Line Terminated
S2
ON = Host RX Line Terminated
S3
ON = Expansion Module Port TX Line Terminated
S4
ON = Expansion Module Port RX Line Terminated
Table 3-32: Switch SW1 Settings on the ACURS2 and ACURS4
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DIP Switches for ACURS2 and ACURS4
DIP Switch SW2 Settings Baud Rate, Dial-up, Parity, and Com Type
Switch SW2
Switch Setting
S1
through
S3
Function
S1
S2
S3
Host Communication Baud Rate
OFF
OFF
OFF
19200
ON
OFF
OFF
38400
OFF
ON
OFF
57600
ON
ON
OFF
1200
OFF
OFF
ON
115200
ON
OFF
ON
2400
OFF
ON
ON
4800
1
1
1
9600
ON
ON
ON
DES Encryption Enabled
OFF1
S4
ON
S5
Dial-Up Host Communications
Dedicated Host Communications
OFF1
ON
S6
Use 5-wire RS-232 using RTS & CTS
OFF
Use RS-485 or 3-wire RS-232
ON1
LAN and Serial port H1 dual reporting path2
OFF
Spare
ON
Host Communication uses No Parity (modem)
1
S7
S8
Host Communication uses Even Parity
1
OFF
Table 3-33: DIP Switch SW2 Settings on the ACURS2 and ACURS4 Controller
1 Denotes default setting
2
SW3 switch 1 must be ON indicating. Select the correct baud rate for your network
DIP Switch SW3 Settings
Switch SW3
Description
S1
ON = LAN Enabled
S2
ON = Allow LAN IP Parameters Update
S3
ON = Default LAN IP Parameter
S4
ON = Triple DES Encryption Enabled
S5
ON = Spare – Leave OFF
S6
ON = Magnetic Stripe Cards
S7
ON = Battery Backed Up RAM *
S8
ON = Disable Watch Dog Timer
Table 3-34: DIP Switch SW3 Settings on the ACURS2 and ACURS4 Controller
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* Denotes default setting.
Switch SW4 (rotary switch) Settings ACURS Panel Addressing
Switch SW4
Description
0
ACURS field Panel # 0
1
ACURS field Panel # 1
2
ACURS field Panel # 2
3
ACURS field Panel # 3
4
ACURS field Panel # 4
5
ACURS field Panel # 5
6
ACURS field Panel # 6
7
ACURS field Panel # 7
8
ACURS field Panel # 8
9
ACURS field Panel # 9
A
ACURS field Panel # 10
B
ACURS field Panel # 11
C
ACURS field Panel # 12
D
ACURS field Panel # 13
E
ACURS field Panel # 14
F
ACURS field Panel # 15
Table 3-35: Rotary Switch SW4 Settings on the ACURS2 and ACURS4
DIP Switch SW5 and SW6 Settings Alarm Zone Termination for Readers.
Switch SW5
ON Position = Terminated – No Input Device Present
OFF Position = Not Terminated – Zone In Use With End Of Line Resistor
S1
Terminates Zone Input Reader 0 Zone 0 with a 1k-ohm resistor
S2
Terminates Zone Input Reader 0 Zone 1 with a 1k-ohm resistor *
S3
Terminates Zone Input Reader 0 Zone 2 with a 1k-ohm resistor
S4
Terminates Zone Input Reader 1 Zone 0 with a 1k-ohm resistor
S5
Terminates Zone Input Reader 1 Zone 1 with a 1k-ohm resistor *
S6
Terminates Zone Input Reader 1 Zone 2 with a 1k-ohm resistor
Switch SW6
S1
Terminates Zone Input Reader 2 Zone 0 with a 1k-ohm resistor
S2
Terminates Zone Input Reader 2 Zone 1 with a 1k-ohm resistor *
S3
Terminates Zone Input Reader 2 Zone 2 with a 1k-ohm resistor
S4
Terminates Zone Input Reader 3 Zone 0 with a 1k-ohm resistor
S5
Terminates Zone Input Reader 3 Zone 1 with a 1k-ohm resistor *
S6
Terminates Zone Input Reader 3 Zone 2 with a 1k-ohm resistor
Table 3-36: DIP Switch SW6 Settings Alarm Termination for Readers
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* If exit push button is not connected, (reader zone 1), then another 1000 ohm resistor must be installed across the zone input.
DIP Switch SW7 Power Switch
Switch SW7
Slide Switch
Description
Turns on Boards Power Supply
Table 3-37: Switch SW7 Power Switch on the ACURS2 and ACURS4
Status LEDs on the ACURS2 and ACURS4
ACURS Power-Up Self-test
The ACURS2 and ACURS4 should always be tested after installing any module. The power-up self-test
indicators are for both the ACURS2 and ACURS4 controller. The LEDs will light as follows: at power-up, all ON,
at hardware reset, all OFF.
Status LED
Description
1
ON indicating power-up
2
ON indicating successful RAM test
3
ON indicating successful PROM test
4
ON indicating initialization complete (1 second)
Table 3-38: Power-Up LED Status
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ACURS Online Status
The normal operating indicators for the ACURS controllers are indicated by LEDs 1 – 4. The LEDs on the
ACURS controller’s PCB will light as follows:
Status LED
Description
1
Flashes at a 1 Hz rate
2
ON while transmitting to the Remote Modules
3
Two seconds OFF, then blinks once if Reader 0 is online, followed by blinking twice if Reader 1
is online, etc.
4
ON if zone voltage reference is ever out of range (indicates board or power supply failure)
Table 3-39: ACURS Online Status LEDS
LAN LED Status
Status LED
Description
TX
ON Transmitting
RX
ON Receiving
COL
ON Collision
Link
ON Cable connected
Rev
ON Cable reversed
Table 3-40: LAN LED Status
Host Port LED Status
Status LED
Description
Transmit Data
ON transmitting data to host computer
Receive Data
ON Receiving data from host computer
Table 3-41: Host Port LED Status
Reader Zones LED Status
Status LED
Reader 0-3
Zone 0,1, & 2
Description
OFF - Secure
ON - Active Alarm
Fast Flashing - Trouble (open or short, etc.)
Slow Flashing - Masked
Table 3-42: Reader Zone LED Status
Relay and Door Strike LED Status
Status LED
All Relays
Description
ON Relay is energized
Table 3-43: Relay and Door Strike LED Status
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ACURS2 and ACURS4 Controllers
Clearing the Memory on the ACURS2 and ACURS4
To clear memory, first power off the ACURS2 and ACURS4. Set the even switches (positions 2, 4, 6, & 8) on DIP
Switch SW2 to ON and the odd switches (positions 1, 3, 5, & 7) to OFF. Set the polling address of the Rotary
Switch SW4 to F. Apply power to the ACURS2 or ACURS4. LEDs 1-4 will blink together indicating that the
operation is complete. Turn power off and reset switches SW2 and SW4 to the desired settings.
Multi-dropping RS-485 from LAN Connected ACUs
You may still multi-drop any ACU from an ACURS2/4 connected to the LAN via RS-485 up to a maximum of 4,000 feet to the last ACU from the ACURS2/4. See the wiring diagram below and the wiring
table that follows.
Up to 15 panels may
be added to the loop
ACURS2/4
Address 15
ACURS2/4
Address 1
ACURS2/4
Address 0
1 Sig GND
1 Sig GND
1 Sig GND
1 Sig GND
6 TX+
6 TX+
6 TX+
6 TX+
7 TX-
7 TX-
7 TX-
7 TX-
8 RX+
8 RX+
8 RX+
8 RX+
9 RX-
9 RX-
9 RX-
9 RX-
Last panel in loop
must be terminated
LAN / WAN
Connection
4,000 feet maximum
Figure 3-17: Multi-droop RS-485 Wiring From LAN Connected ACURS2 or ACURS4
NOTES:
1.
SW3 DIP switch 1 must be ON to enable the LAN connection.
2.
An ACUX may also be connected the to RS485 Host port. See Table 3-10 for proper TB connections.
LAN AUCRS2/4
Connector TB1
To 2nd ACURS
Connector TB1
To 3rd ACURS
Connector TB1
To 4th ACURS
Connector TB1
1- Sig GND
1- Sig GND
1- Sig GND
1- Sig GND
8 - RX+
6 - TX+
6 - TX+
6 - TX+
9 - RX-
7 - TX-
7 - TX-
7 - TX-
6 - TX+
8 - RX+
8 - RX+
8 - RX+
7 - TX-
9 - RX-
9 - RX-
9 - RX-
Table 3-44: Multi-droop RS-485 Wiring From LAN Connected ACURS2 or ACURS4.
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Installing Dial-up Modem on the ACURS2 and ACURS4
The modem board mounts on the ACURS board near the top by plugging into the J1 connector on the modem
board into the PJ1 connector on the ACURS board, as shown below.
Modem board
installed on the
ACURS
Figure 3-18: Dial-up Modem Installed on Top of the ACURS Board
Install the modem board by aligning connectors JP1 and J1 and the four (4) plastic standoffs (already installed on
the modem board) with the holes on the ACURS board. While making sure that connectors J1and JP1 are lined
up, gently snap the standoffs into the holes.
NOTE: When using dial-up modems the baud rates MUST be set to 9600 with no parity. Also a US
Robotics Sportster external modem (Model 0459 or 0701) must be used at the host
computer. See Installing Server External Modem later in this chapter for more details.
Warning:
Make certain that the AC power source circuit breaker(s) is OFF before proceeding.
Failure to heed this WARNING can cause death, personal injury, or damage to unit(s).
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ACU2/16 Controller Circuit Board
ACU2/16 Controller Circuit Board
For the location of components discussed in this section see Figure 3-19 below.
DC Power Switch
SW50 Dip Switch
LEDs 1SW50
SW1
DC Fuse
SW1 Dip Switch
SW2 Rotary Switch
W4
W3 & W2
W1
W50
Figure 3-19: Location of Fuses, DIP Switches (SW1, SW50) and Rotary Switch (SW2) on the ACU2/16
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ACUXL16 Configuration Information
The ACUXL16 offers the capability of hosting up to sixteen readers on one ACU through the use of firmware version AC01.52.00 or later.
Connection of the RRE is through two reader communication ports. Readers 0-3 and 8-11 are connected
to reader port 1 and readers 4-7 and 12-15 are connected to reader port 2.
Relays
Physical Alarm Zones
Reader
Number
Strike
0
16
17
16
17
18
1
18
19
20
21
2
20
21
24
3
22
23
4
24
5
Logical Alarm Zones
Lock
Monitor
F.O.
H.O.
R.T.
OFFL
19
48
64
65
66
67
22
23
50
68
69
70
71
25
26
27
52
72
73
74
75
28
29
30
31
54
76
77
78
79
25
32
33
34
35
56
80
81
82
83
26
27
36
37
38
39
58
84
85
86
87
6
28
29
40
41
42
43
60
88
89
90
91
7
30
31
44
45
46
47
62
92
93
94
95
8
32
33
128
129
130
131
49
96
97
98
99
9
34
35
144
145
146
147
51
100
101
102
103
10
36
37
160
161
162
163
53
104
105
106
107
11
38
39
176
177
178
179
55
108
109
110
111
12
40
41
192
193
194
195
57
112
113
114
115
13
42
43
208
209
210
211
59
116
117
118
119
14
44
45
224
225
226
227
61
120
121
122
123
15
46
47
240
241
242
243
63
124
125
126
127
AUX Zone 0 Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3
Lock Monitor / Bond Sensor = If used must be connected to Z2.
F.O. = Forced open, H.O. = Held Open, R.T. = Reader Enclosure Tamper, OFFL = Reader Off Line
Table 3-45: Relays - Physical to Logical Zone Numbering
NOTE: If the ACU is being used for Elevator Control the relay numbering will be different. See Page 10-3 for
Elevator Control Relays.
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ACUXL16 Configuration Information
The RRE-2 and RRE-4 will require replacing the standard address 0-3 PROM with a optional version for
reader address 4-7. Compatible PROMs will be identified with one of the following labels:
RRE-2
Base Address 0-3
(Standard PROM)
RRE-4
Higher Address 4-7
(Optional PROM)
Base Address 0-3
(Standard PROM)
Higher Address 4-7
(Optional PROM)
PL-135485-A
2 READER SUPPORT
RRE-4 U2 ADDR 0 – 3
RRE2_BC
BC01
Copyright 2000 IGYS
PL-135822-A
2 READER SUPPORT
RRE-4 U2 ADDR 4 – 7
RRE2XBC
C48E
Copyright 2000 IGYS
PL-135354-C
4 READER SUPPORT
RRE-4/ACU-R U2 ADDR 0–3
R4MW03LB
9FA5
Copyright 2000 IGYS
PL-135824-B
4 READER SUPPORT
RRE-4/ACU-R U2 ADDR 4-7
R4MW47CB
A726
Copyright 2000 IGYS
DIP Switch Settings*
Switch 1 enables Address 0
Switch 2 enables Address 1
Switch 3 enables Address 2
Switch 4 enables Address 3
DIP Switch Settings*
Switch 1 enables Address 4
Switch 2 enables Address 5
Switch 3 enables Address 6
Switch 4 enables Address 7
DIP Switch Settings
Switch 1 enables Address 0
Switch 2 enables Address 1
Switch 3 enables Address 2
Switch 4 enables Address 3
DIP Switch Settings
Switch 1 enables Address 4
Switch 2 enables Address 5
Switch 3 enables Address 6
Switch 4 enables Address 7
* When setting switches on the RRE-2, addresses must remain sequential. For example, set switches 0&1, or 2&3. The board will not accept
gaps in addresses such as 0&3.
Table 3-46: RRE-2 & RRE-4 DIP switch settings
InfoGraphic’s single-stage readers and two-stage Remote Reader Electronics (RRE01-E1L) shipped
after 10/99 are equipped with PROM allowing for all address. Current PROMs will carry the following
label:
DIP Switch Settings
PL-135823-A
ACU READER U2
ARDR8Q
AE1A
Copyright 2000 IGYS
Switch # 1
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
2
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
3
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Address 0
Address 1
Address 2
Address 3
Address 4
Address 5
Address 6
Address 7
4
Off
Off
On
On
5
Off
On
Off
On
Magnetic stripe on Track 2 or 3
Wiegand
Magnetic Format on Wiegand Output
Magnetic stripe on Track 1
Table 3-47: DIP Switch Settings
Figure 3-20: Reader addressing per port of ACU for 16 readers.
NOTE: The base address combined with the ACU Port determines the logical reader number.
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Terminal Block PIN Outs on The ACUXL
Table 3-48 through Table 3-53 show cable types and connections to the ACUXL controller's terminal
blocks TB1 through TB6. Explanations of the table column headings are as follows:
1
2
3
4
5
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Description
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
Maximum Distance
Connected to:
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
1.
Identifies the pin number on the applicable terminal block.
2.
Is the Abbreviation on the terminal block or printed circuit board.
3.
Is the description of the terminal.
4.
Identifies the cable number and the maximum distance and where it is connected.
The Installer can write the sensor or relay connected.
5.
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Terminal Block TB1 (Yellow) Pin Number Identification
On the ACUXL Controller's PCB Assembly
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
Maximum Distance
Connected to:
Description
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
1
+27V
+27.5 Power Supply/Charger
2
0V
0 volts
3
0V
0 volts
4
+12V
+12 Volts output (0.4 Amp max.)*
5
0V
AC Power Fault Input Common
Not Applicable - Factory Wired
Orange
6
ACPF
AC Power Fault Input
24 Gauge
Orange
7
0V
Cabinet Tamper Switch Common
Not Applicable - Factory Wired
Orange
8
CTSW
Cabinet Tamper Switch
24 Gauge
Orange
9
H2SG
Host Port 2 Signal Ground
10
H2TD
Host Port 2 RS-232 Transmit Data
11
H2RD
Host Port 2 RS-232 Receive Data
12
RTS2
Host Port 2 RS-232 RTS
13
H2T+
Host Port 2 RS-485 Transmit Data (+)
14
H2T-
Host Port 2 RS-485 Transmit Data (-)
9842-24 AWG
15
H2R+
Host Port 2 RS-485 Receive Data (+)
4000 ft. (1220 m)
16
H2R-
Host Port 2 RS-485 Receive Data (-)
17
H1SG
Host Port 1 Signal Ground
18
H1TD
Host Port 1 RS-232 Transmit Data
19
H1RD
Host Port 1 RS-232 Receive Data
20
RTS1
Host Port 1 RS-232 RTS
21
H1T+
Host Port 1 RS-485 Transmit Data (+)
22
H1T-
Host Port 1 RS-485 Transmit Data (-)
9842-24 AWG
23
H1R+
Host Port 1 RS-48-5 Receive Data (+)
4000 ft. (1220 m)
24
H1R-
Host Port 1 RS-485 Receive Data (-)
Not Applicable - Factory Wired
Violet or Red
Yellow or Black
9534-24 AWG, 50 ft.
9534-24 AWG, 50 ft.
Table 3-48: ACU2 TB1 Connections
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* See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
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Terminal Block TB2 (Red) Pin Number Identification
On the ACUXL Controller's PCB Assembly
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Description
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
Maximum Distance
Connected to:
1
+24V
Reader Port 2 Voltage Out
2
0V
Reader Port 2 Ground
3
R2T+
Reader Port 2 Transmit Data (+)
9842-24 AWG
4
R2T-
Reader Port 2 Transmit Data (-)
4000 ft. (1220 m)
5
R2R+
Reader Port 2 Receive Data (+)
6
R2R-
Reader Port 2 Receive Data (-)
7
+24V
Reader Port 1 Voltage Out
8
0V
Reader Port 1 Ground
9
R1T+
Reader Port 1 Transmit Data (+)
9842-24 AWG
10
R1T-
Reader Port 1 Transmit Data (-)
4000 ft. (1220 m)
11
R1R+
Reader Port 1 Receive Data (+)
12
R1R-
Reader Port 1 Receive Data (-)
13
R11NC
Relay 11 Normally Closed
14
R11C
Relay 11 Common
15
R11NO
Relay 11 Normally Open
16
R10NC
Relay 10 Normally Closed
17
R10C
Relay 10 Common
18
R10NO
Relay 10 Normally Open
19
R09NC
Relay 9 Normally Closed
20
R09C
Relay 9 Common
21
R09NO
Relay 9 Normally Open
22
R08NC
Relay 8 Normally Closed
23
R08C
Relay 8 Common
24
R08NO
Relay 8 Normally Open
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
9409-18 AWG, 1000 ft. (305 m)
9409-18 AWG, 1000 ft. (305 m)
9409-18 AWG, 1000 ft. (305 m)
9409-18 AWG, 1000 ft. (305 m)
Table 3-49: ACU2 TB2 Connections
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Terminal Block TB3 (Green) Pin Number Identification
On the ACUXL Controller's PCB Assembly
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Description
1
R03NC
Relay 3 Normally Closed
2
R03C
Relay 3 Common
3
R03NO
Relay 3 Normally Open
4
R02NC
Relay 2 Normally Closed
5
R02C
Relay 2 Common
6
R02NO
Relay 2 Normally Open
7
R01NC
Relay 1 Normally Closed
8
R01C
Relay 1 Common
9
R01NO
Relay 1 Normally Open
10
R00NC
Relay 0 Normally Closed
11
R00C
Relay 0 Common
12
R00NO
Relay 0 Normally Open
13
Z05+
Supervised Zone 5
14
Z05-
Supervised Zone 5
15
Z04+
Supervised Zone 4
16
Z04-
Supervised Zone 4
17
Z03+
Supervised Zone 3
18
Z03-
Supervised Zone 3
19
Z02+
Supervised Zone 2
20
Z02-
Supervised Zone 2
21
Z01+
Supervised Zone 1
22
Z01-
Supervised Zone 1
23
Z00+
Supervised Zone 0
24
Z00-
Supervised Zone 0
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
Maximum Distance
Connected to:
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
9409-18 AWG, 1000 ft. (305 m)
9409-18 AWG, 1000 ft. (305 m)
9409-18 AWG, 1000 ft. (305 m)
9409-18 AWG, 1000 ft. (305 m)
9407-22 AWG, 1000 ft. (305M)
9407-22 AWG, 1000 ft. (305M)
9407-22 AWG, 1000 ft. (305M)
9407-22 AWG, 1000 ft. (305M)
9407-22 AWG, 1000 ft. (305M)
9407-22 AWG, 1000 ft. (305M)
Table 3-50: ACU2 TB3 Connections
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Terminal Block TB4 (Blue) Pin Number Identification
On the ACUXL Controller's PCB Assembly
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Description
1
R07NC
Relay 7 Normally Closed
2
R07C
Relay 7 Common
3
R07NO
Relay 7 Normally Open
4
R06NC
Relay 6 Normally Closed
5
R06C
Relay 6 Common
6
R06NO
Relay 6 Normally Open
7
R05NC
Relay 5 Normally Closed
8
R05C
Relay 5 Common
9
R05NO
Relay 5 Normally Open
10
R04NC
Relay 4 Normally Closed
11
R04C
Relay 4 Common
12
R04NO
Relay 4 Normally Open
13
Z11+
Supervised Zone 11
14
Z11-
Supervised Zone 11
15
Z10+
Supervised Zone 10
16
Z10-
Supervised Zone 10
17
Z09+
Supervised Zone 9
18
Z09-
Supervised Zone 9
19
Z08+
Supervised Zone 8
20
Z08-
Supervised Zone 8
21
Z07+
Supervised Zone 7
22
Z07-
Supervised Zone 7
23
Z06+
Supervised Zone 6
24
Z06-
Supervised Zone 6
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
Maximum Distance
Connected to:
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
9409-18 AWG, 1000 ft. (305 m)
9409-18 AWG, 1000 ft. (305 m)
9409-18 AWG, 1000 ft. (305 m)
9409-18 AWG, 1000 ft. (305 m)
9407-22 AWG, 1000 ft. (305M)
9407-22 AWG, 1000 ft. (305M)
9407-22 AWG, 1000 ft. (305M)
9407-22 AWG, 1000 ft. (305M)
9407-22 AWG, 1000 ft. (305M)
9407-22 AWG, 1000 ft. (305M)
Table 3-51: ACU2 TB4 Connections
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Terminal Block TB5 Pin Number Identification
On the ACUXL Controller's PCB Assembly
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
Maximum Distance
Connected to:
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
6
+24
Fused 24 volt output @ 2.5 Amps
5
0V
Ground
4
+5V
3
+12V
+12 Volt output (0.25 Amp max.)*
2
-12V
-12 volt output (0.25 Amp max.)
1
0V
Description
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
+5 Volt output (0.25 Amp max.)
Ground
Table 3-52: ACU2 TB5 Connections
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* See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Terminal Block TB6 Pin Number Identification (ACU2 only)
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
1
0V
2
+6V
3
0V
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Description
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Ground
Backup Battery +6 V Input
DO NOT CONNECT AT THIS TIME!!!
Ground
Table 3-53: ACU2 TB6 Connections (ACU2 only)
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ACUR2 and ACUR4 Controllers
Circuit Board Layout
For the location of components discussed in this section see Figure 3-21 below.
TB5 (R4 Only)
SW5 DIP Switch
LEDs 1-4
W2
W3
LEDs 9-14
W4
W5
SW2 Rotary Switch
TB3 on top
TB4 on bottom
(ACU-R4 Only)
SW1 DIP Switch
SW3 DIP Switch
TB3 on top
TB4 on bottom
(ACU-R4 Only)
W4
W5
Figure 3-21: Location of Fuses, DIP Switches (SW1, SW50) and Rotary Switch (SW2) on the ACU2
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ACU-R2 Block Diagram
Reader 0
Reader 1
Host Port
These read heads use
the on-board Alarm
inputs and relay
outputs for door
monitor, REX, and
Lock.
Address 0 and 1 may
instead be used as
RREs 0 and 1 on the
Expansion Port, but not
both.
ACUR2
2
Expansion
Port
4 RREs may be connected
to the Expansion port.
See Note below.
Features
121-
44-
Host Port (RS-232 or RS-485)
Read Head Support
Expansion Module Port
for up to 4 SMT RRMs or SMT RIMs
and 2 Readers
Alarm Inputs
Relay Outputs
A maximum of 4 RIMs or
RRMs may be connected
to the Expansion port.
Address 4-7
NOTE: RRE 0-1 can be used in place of
read heads 0-1 above that are directly
connected to the ACU-R2.
Figure 3-22: ACU-R2 Block diagram
NOTE: Numbers in boxes represent the polling address. See DIP Switch tables for more information.
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ACU-R4 Block Diagram
Read Head 0
Read Head 1
Read Head 2
Address 0 and 1 may
instead be used as
RREs 0 and 1 on the
Expansion Port, but not
both.
These read heads use
the on board alarm
inputs and relay outputs
for door monitor, REX,
and lock
Read Head 3
Host Port
ACUR4
Expansion
Port-1
Expansion
Port-2
Features
2-
42-
Host Ports
Port 1 - RS-232 or RS-485
Port 2 - RS232 only
Read Head Interfaces
Expansion Module Ports
for up to 4 SMT RRMs, SMT RIMs
or RREs
8 - Alarm Inputs
4 RREs may be connected
to Port-2.
A maximum of 4 RIMs and
RRMs may be connected to
each port. Address 4-7
NOTE: RRE 0-3 on Port-1can be used
in place of read heads 0-3 above that
are directly connected to the ACU-R4.
Figure 3-23: ACU-R4 Block diagram
NOTE: Numbers in boxes represent the polling address. See DIP Switch tables for more information.
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Dial-Up Modem ACU-PAK-D1 for ACU
Installing and Connecting
This section contains instructions on installing and wiring the ACU Dial-Up Modem. Dial-Up Modem
installations have not been evaluated by UL. The modem may not be installed within the ACU enclosure
if the installation is to be UL 1076 and/or UL 294 approved.
Figure 3-24: Dial-Up Modem Mounting Kit Installed Inside the ACU Controller Enclosure
(4 Amp power supply with optional battery backup shown)
NOTE: For Dial up communications to the ACU panels, a US Robotics Sportster external modem must be
used at the server.
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The Dial-up modem installation and wiring connection in the ACU Controller Enclosure is made as follows.
NOTE: A battery backup or UPS is highly recommended for any ACU Device using Dial-up.
Warning:
Make certain that the AC power source circuit breaker(s) is OFF before proceeding.
Failure to heed this WARNING: can cause death, personal injury or damage to
unit(s).
1. Remove the screws from the upper left and upper right battery bracket.
2. Carefully slide the dial-up modem bracket into place. See Figure 3-25 and Figure 3-26.
3. Replace and tighten screws on the upper left and upper right of the battery bracket, securing the
modem bracket.
4. Connect the “J1” cable to the modem as indicated in Table 3-54 if connecting to an ACU2 or Table 355 if connecting to an ACU-R2/R4.
5. Connect a phone line from a RJ-11 POTS line to either telephone connector on the ACU Dial-up
modem.
NOTE: Phone lines used for Dial-up should be dedicated analog lines and not routed through a PBX or multiplexer
6. SW1 on the ACU2 should be set as follows: 1,2,3, 5, and 8 set to “ON”.
NOTE: The systems administrator will need to know the ACU Controller’s Serial Number. The serial number is
located on top of the ACU controller board
Figure 3-25: Dial-Up Modem Bracket.
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Figure 3-26: Detailed drawing of the Dial-Up Modem ACU-PAK-D1.
NOTE: See Table 3-54 or Table 3-55 for proper wiring.
ACU2 Only
Color:
Red pair
Connect To:
ACU2 TB5 - 4
Description
+5V
Black pair
ACU2 TB5 - 5
0V
Brown
ACU2 TB1 - 24
H1R-
Orange
ACU2 TB1 - 23
H1R+
White
ACU2 TB1 - 22
H1T-
Yellow
ACU2 TB1 - 21
H1T+
Table 3-54: ACU Dial-Up Modem Cable connections.
ACU-R2/R4
Color:
Connect To:
Description
Red pair
ACU TB3 – 12
+5V
Black pair
ACU TB3 – 11
0V
Brown
ACU TB1 – 14
H1R-
Orange
ACU TB1 – 13
H1R+
White
ACU TB1 – 12
H1T-
Yellow
ACU TB1 - 11
H1T+
Table 3-55: ACU Dial-up Modem Cable connections.
LED’s on Modem
Description
LED1
Power - Lights when modem is “powered”.
LED2
Ring Detect - Lights when the Modem has called.
LED3
Carrier Detect - Lights when the Modem has established
communication with the Host modem.
Table 3-56: Dial-up Modem LED indicators.
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Terminal Block PIN Outs on The ACU-R2 and R4
Connections for Terminal Block 1 (ACU-R2 and R4)
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Description
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
Maximum Distance Connected to:
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
1
+27V
+27.5 Power Supply/Charger
2
0V
0 volts
3
ACPF
AC Power Fault Input
24 Gauge
Orange
4
0V
Power Fault & Tamper Input
Not Applicable - Factory Wired
Orange
5
CTSW
Cabinet Tamper Switch
24 Gauge
Orange
6
H1SG
Host Port 1 Signal Ground
7
H1TD
Host Port 1 RS-232 Transmit Data
8
H1RD
Host Port 1 RS-232 Receive Data
9
H1RTS
Host Port 1 RS-232 RTS
10
H1CTS
Host Port 1 RS-232 CTS
11
H1T+
Host Port 1 RS-485 Transmit Data (+)
12
H1T-
Host Port 1 RS-485 Transmit Data (-)
9842-24 AWG
13
H1R+
Host Port 1 RS-48-5 Receive Data (+)
4000 ft. (1220 m)
14
H1R-
Host Port 1 RS-485 Receive Data (-)
*15
H2SG
Host Port 2 Signal Ground
*16
H2TD
Host Port 2 RS-232 Transmit Data
*17
H2RD
Host Port 2 RS-232 Receive Data
*18
H2RTS
Host Port 2 RS-232 RTS
Not Applicable - Factory Wired
Violet or Red
Yellow or Black
9534-24 AWG, 50 ft.
9534-24 AWG, 50 ft.
Table 3-57: Terminal Block TB1 (Yellow) Pin Number Identification
* Not available on the ACU-R2 (Terminals are present but not active)
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Connections for Terminal Block 2 (ACU-R2 and R4)
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Belden or Equivalent Cable No.
Maximum Distance Connected to:
Description
1
+24V
Fused 24 VDC Output
2
0V
Reader Ground
3
R1T+
Reader Port 1 Transmit Data (+)
4
R1T-
Reader Port 1 Transmit Data (-)
5
R1R+
Reader Port 1 Receive Data (+)
6
R1R-
Reader Port 1 Receive Data (-)
7
K0NC
Relay 0 Normally Closed
8
K0C
Relay 0 Common
9
K0NO
Relay 0 Normally Open
10
K1NC
Relay 1 Normally Closed
11
K1C
Relay 1 Common
12
K1NO
Relay 1 Normally Open
13
K2NC
Relay 2 Normally Closed
14
K2C
Relay 2 Common
15
K2NO
Relay 2 Normally Open
16
K3NC
Relay 3 Normally Closed
17
K3C
Relay 3 Common
18
K3NO
Relay 3 Normally Open
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
9842-24 AWG
4000 ft. (1220 m)
9409-18 AWG
1000 ft. (305 m)
9409-18 AWG
1000 ft. (305 m)
9409-18 AWG
1000 ft. (305 m)
9409-18 AWG
1000 ft. (305 m)
Table 3-58: Terminal Block TB2 (Red) Pin Number Identification
Warning:
DO NOT switch any voltage over 30 VDC on these relays.
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Connections for Terminal Block 3 (ACU-R2 and ACU-R4)
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Description
1
R0D0
Reader 0 Data 0
*
2
R0D1
Reader 0 Data 1
*
3
R0BZ
Reader 0 Buzzer (active low)
*
4
R0RD
Reader 0 Red LED (active low)
*
5
R0YL
Reader 0 Yellow LED (active low)
*
6
R0GN
Reader 0 Green LED (active low)
*
7
R0Z0+
Reader 0 Zone Input 0 (+)
Door Contact
8
R0Z0-
Reader 0 Zone Input 0 (-)
Door Contact
9
R0Z1+
Reader 0 Zone Input 1 (+)
Exit Push Button
10
R0Z1-
Reader 0 Zone Input 1 (-)
Exit Push Button
11
0V
Ground
*
12
+5V
+5 Volt output, see note below.
*
13
12V
+12 VDC 0.4 A max.
*
14
0V
Ground
*
15
R1D0
Reader 1 Data 0
*
16
R1D1
Reader 1 Data 1
*
17
R1BZ
Reader 1 Buzzer (active low)
18
R1RD
Reader 1 Red LED (active low)
19
R1YL
Reader 1 Yellow LED (active low)
20
R1GN
Reader 1 Green LED (active low)
21
R1Z0+
Reader 1 Zone Input 0 (+)
Door Contact
22
R1Z0-
Reader 1 Zone Input 0 (-)
Door Contact
23
R1Z1+
Reader 1 Zone Input 1 (+)
Exit Push Button
24
R1Z1-
Reader 1 Zone Input 1 (-)
Exit Push Button
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 3-59: Terminal Block TB3 (Green) Pin Number Identification
NOTE: +5 VDC output is rated at 1.0 amps maximum (divided between both TB3 and TB4).
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Connections for Terminal Block 4 (ACU-R4 only)
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Description
1
R2D0
Reader 2 Data 0
*
2
R2D1
Reader 2 Data 1
*
3
R2BZ
Reader 2 Buzzer (active low)
*
4
R2RD
Reader 2 Red LED (active low)
*
5
R2YL
Reader 2 Yellow LED (active low)
*
6
R2GN
Reader 2 Green LED (active low)
*
7
R2Z0+
Reader 2 Zone Input 0 (+)
8
R2Z0-
Reader 2 Zone Input 0 (-)
Door Contact
9407-22 AWG
9
R2Z1+
Reader 2 Zone Input 1 (+)
10
R2Z1-
Reader 2 Zone Input 1 (-)
11
0V
Ground
*
12
+5V
+5 Volt output, see note below.
*
13
12V
+12 VDC 0.4 A max.
*
14
0V
Ground
*
15
R3D0
Reader 3 Data 0
*
16
R3D1
Reader 3 Data 1
*
17
R3BZ
Reader 3 Buzzer (active low)
*
18
R3RD
Reader 3 Red LED (active low)
*
19
R3YL
Reader 3 Yellow LED (active low)
*
20
R3GN
Reader 3 Green LED (active low)
*
21
R3Z0+
Reader 3 Zone Input 0 (+)
22
R3Z0-
Reader 3 Zone Input 0 (-)
Door Contact
9407-22 AWG
23
R3Z1+
Reader 3 Zone Input 1 (+)
24
R3Z1-
Reader 3 Zone Input 1 (-)
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Exit Push Button
9407-22 AWG
Exit Push Button
9407-22 AWG
Table 3-60: Terminal Block TB4 (Blue) Pin Number Identification
NOTE: +5 VDC output is rated at 1.0 amps maximum (divided between both TB3 and TB4).
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Connections for Terminal Block 5 (ACU-R4 only)
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Description
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
1
+24
Fused 24 VDC output
2
0V
Ground
R2T+
Reader Port 2 Transmit
Data (+)
9842-24 AWG
R2T-
Reader 2 Port Transmit
Data (-)
4000 ft. (1220 m)
R2R+
Reader 2 Port Receive
Data (+)
R2R-
Reader Port 2 Receive
Data (-)
3
3
5
6
Cable Color
(Filled in by Installer)
Table 3-61: Terminal Block TB5 Pin Number Identification
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ACU-LAN Kit (Serial Server), Optional
Installing and Connecting
The ACU-LAN Adapter allows the ACU to communicate over an existing 10BaseT or 10/100BaseT Network. With host software version 8.11.30 or higher, a serial server (ACU-LAN-KIT) is not required at the
host computer. The ACU-LAN Adapter uses UDP, which is a subset of the TCP/IP protocol.
Like any network device, contact the network administrator to obtain a TCP/IP address for the ACU-LAN
adapter and IP address of the router if required.
The ACU-LAN kit installation and wiring connections are contained in this section. The ACU-LAN installations have not been evaluated by UL. The LAN Adapter may not be installed within the ACU enclosure
if the installation is to be UL 1076 and/or UL 294 approved.
Figure 3-27: ACU-LAN Adapter Mounting Kit Installed Inside the ACU Controller Enclosure
(4 Amp power supply with optional battery backup shown)
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The ACU-LAN installation and wiring connection in the ACU Controller Enclosure is made as follows.
NOTE: An UPS or Battery backup is highly recommended for any ACU Device.
Warning:
Make certain that the AC power source circuit breaker(s) is OFF before proceeding.
Failure to heed this WARNING: can cause death, personal injury or damage to
unit(s).
1. Remove the screws from the upper left and upper right battery bracket.
2. Carefully slide the ACU-LAN adapter bracket into place. See Figure Figure 3-28 and Figure 3-29.
3. Replace and tighten screws on the upper left and upper right of the battery bracket, securing the
modem bracket.
4. Connect the cables on the ACU-LAN Adapter as indicated in Table Table 3-62 if connecting to an
ACU2 or Table 3-63 if connecting to an ACU-R2/R4.
5. Connect the Network Cable.
6. Switch SW1 on the ACU should be set as follows: 1,2, 3, and 8 set to “ON” position.
Figure 3-28: ACU-LAN Bracket.
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Figure 3-29: Detailed Drawing of the ACU-LAN Adapter.
NOTE: See Table 3-62 or Table 3-63 for proper wiring
ACU2 Only
Color:
Connect To:
Description
Red of pair
ACU2 TB5 - 4
+5V
Black of pair
ACU2 TB5 – 5
0V
Thick Black
ACU2 TB1 - 17
H1SG
Thin Black
ACU2 TB1 - 18
H1TD
Red
ACU2 TB1 - 19
H1RD
Table 3-62: ACU- LAN Adapter Cable Connections.
ACU-R2/R4
Color:
Connect To:
Description
Red of pair
ACU2 TB3 – 12
+5V
Black of pair
ACU2 TB3 – 11
0V
Thick Black
ACU2 TB1 – 6
H1SG
Thin Black
ACU2 TB1 – 7
H1TD
Red
ACU2 TB1 – 8
H1RD
Table 3-63: ACU- LAN Adapter Cable connections.
ACU LED Description
LED’s
Description
Yellow
Red when transmitting data to the serial port.
Flashing yellow if unit is functional
Green
Lights when a network in detected.
Green
Lights when power is applied
Table 3-64: ACU-LAN Adapter LED Indicators.
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LAN Configuration for LAN Adapter Only
To reset the ACU-LAN Adapter to factory defaults:
1.
Push and hold the reset button while applying power.
Power up takes about 30 seconds to complete.
2.
All three LED’s on indicate successful power up, then the yellow LED will start flashing.
The center green LED’s should light if the unit is connected to a LAN.
The ACU-LAN Adapter has a male 25-pin DTE RS-232 connector.
To configure the ACU-LAN Adapter:
1.
Disconnect factory RS-232 cable and connect a terminal emulator (i.e. Window’s Hyper Terminal) to the
serial port of the ACU-LAN Adapter. A crossover cable and ‘gender-changer’ are required if using a
personal computer. The ACU-LAN Adapter default is 9600-Baud, 1 Stop bit, No parity, 8 Data bits and Flow
control set to None.
When power is applied to the ACU-LAN Adapter, a message is sent to the terminal. The message varies depending on if a network is attached to the ACU-LAN Adapter.
2.
Press the Enter key to get control of the ACU-LAN Adapter.
NOTE: If a typing error is made while following the steps below, use the arrow/up key one time to start the line
over again. After typing a command and striking the “Enter” key, if no error is returned the command
was accepted.
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On the ACU-LAN Adapter, enter the commands shown in bold type after the prompts.
Username> SYSTEM
Local_1> SET PRIV
Password> SYSTEM
(will not appear)
Local_1>> CHANGE IPADDRESS xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP Address of the ACU-LAN Adapter.
Get the IP Address from the Network Administrator.
NOTE: If you have purchased the Multiple Server option SKIP THIS STEP and go to the next one.
Where yyy.yyy.yyyy.yyy is the IP Address of the Host computer.
Get the Subnet Mask from the Network Administrator.
Local_1>> CHANGE SUBNET MASK 255.255.255.0
Local_1>> CHANGE DEDICATED TCP yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy:3001U
NOTE: Enter the following step ONLY if you have purchased the Multiple Server option.
Multiple Server requires Lantronix MSSLITE Ver. B3.6/101.
Local_1>> CHANGE DEDICATED TCP :3###US030
“#” Use the number of the Server that the ACU will communicate to. For example, Server 4 would be
entered as “3004US030”
Where zzz.zzz.zzz.zzz is the IP Address of the Network Router or Gateway. A router address may not be
required. Check with the Network Administrator.
Local_1>> CHANGE GATEWAY zzz.zzz.zzz.zzz
Local_1>> CHANGE AUTOSTART ENABLED
Local_1>> CHANGE FLOW CONTROL NONE
NOTE: Changes go into effect only after a power up
Optional: Change the baud rate to 19200.
Local_1>> CHANGE SPEED 19200
Configuration Complete. Re-power the ACU-LAN Adapter or send the command to reinitialize the LAN
Adapter by typing the following.
Local_1>> INIT DELAY 0
Remove the RS-232 connector to HyperTerminal from the LAN Adapter and reconnect it to the serial
device.
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Diagnostics and Testing for LAN Adapter
1.
Connect the ACU-LAN Adapter to the Network.
2.
From host computer, go to a command prompt. At the command prompt type:
PING xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP Address of the ACU-LAN Adapter.
A valid response should be returned.
If not check the Network configuration.
3.
At the command prompt type: Telnet
4.
Click “Connect”, then click “Remote System...”
5.
For “Host Name”. Enter the IP address of the ACU-LAN Adapter
The following screen should appear:
Lantronix MSSLITE Version V3.5/3(990118)
Type HELP at the 'Local_2> ' prompt for assistance.
Username>
Commands like Show Ports can check serial port configuration and the dedicated IP Address.
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Host Configuration of the ACU-LAN Adapter
Only software version 8.11.xx or above will support the ACU-LAN Adapter. In the host it is called a
Server.
Procedure
1.
First define the Serial Server, then define the ACU and configure the ACU to use the Serial Server.
2.
On the Diamond application select “6-Setup”, then “1-System”, then “D-Serial Server” and lastly “New”.
3.
For Name enter a description of the ACU-LAN Adapter. For IP Address enter the IP Address of the ACULAN Adapter. Click Save.
4.
On the Diamond application select “6-Setup”, then “1-System”, then “3-SCP Device” and lastly click
“New” or “Modify”. For Primary Port the drop down list should show the description of the ACU-LAN
Adapter. Click Save.
NOTE: If any changes in the LAN Adapter setup are required, the LAN Adapter must be reset first by pushing
and holding the reset button while power is applied.
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DIP And Rotary Switches on The ACU2, R2, and R4
The locations of the DIP and rotary switches are shown in Figure 3-19 for ACU2 and Figure 3-21 for the
ACU-R2 and ACU-R4. The 8-position DIP switch SW1 and Rotary SW2 should be set according to Table
3-65 and Table 3-66. The rotary switch SW2 provides polling address 0 to 15 (0 to 'F' hexadecimal) see
Table 3-66. The 6-position DIP switch SW50 on the ACU2 should be set according to Table 3-67. The
remaining DIP switches on the ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 (SW3, SW4 and SW5) should be set according to
Table 3-68 through Table 3-70.
NOTE: The switches are read at power-up (or reset) and will be ignored thereafter. If it is necessary to change
a setting, power MUST be cycled OFF then, AFTER the setting is changed, ON.
DIP Switch SW1 Settings on the ACU2, ACU-R2, and ACU-R4 Controllers
Switch SW1
Switch Setting
S1
Through
S3
Function
S1
S2
S3
Host Communication Baud Rate
OFF
OFF
OFF
19200
ON
OFF
OFF
300
OFF
ON
OFF
600
ON
ON
OFF
1200
OFF
OFF
ON
1800
ON
OFF
ON
2400
OFF
ON
ON
4800
ON*
ON*
ON*
9600
S4
S5
ON
Host Encryption enabled
OFF*
Host Encryption disable
ON
S6
OFF*
Dedicated Host Communications
ON
5- wire RS-232 using RTS & CTS
OFF*
S7
ON
OFF*
S8
Dial-Up Host Communications
ON
OFF*
Use RS-485 or 3-wire RS-232
200 / 10 K ohm alarm termination
1K / 2K ohm alarm termination
Host Communication uses No Parity
Host Communication uses Even Parity
Table 3-65: DIP Switch SW1 Settings on the ACU2, R2, and R4 Controllers
* Denotes default setting.
CAUTION:
When setting switch S7 above, make sure the SCP Device “Termination Type” is correctly set in the Diamond software. Select menus 6-Setup, 1-System, 3-SCP Device,
Modify, Advance page. Consult the Software Manual for detailed information.
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Rotary Switch SW2 Settings on the ACU2, ACU-R2, and ACU-R4 Controllers
SW2 (rotary switch)
0-F
Function - Sets the ACU2 polling address
0-9 = Address 0-9 and A-F = Address 10-15
Table 3-66: Rotary Switch SW2 Settings on the ACU2, ACU-R2, and ACU-R4 Controllers
DIP Switch SW50 Settings on the ACU2 Controller
Switch S50
ON = Terminated
OFF = Not Terminated
S1
Host Port 1 RS-485 Transmit Data
S2
Host Port 2 RS-485 Receive Data
S3
Host Port 2 RS-485 Transmit Data
S4
Host Port 1 RS-485 Receive Data
S5
Reader Port 1 RS-485 Transmit Data
S6
Reader Port 1 RS-485 Receive Data
S7
Reader Port 2 RS-485 Transmit Data
S8
Reader Port 2 RS-485 Receive Data
Table 3-67: DIP Switch SW50 Settings on the ACU2 Controller
NOTE: Default is all ON, however only the farthest ACU2 controller should have its Host port terminated, on all
others do not terminate the Host port.
DIP Switch SW3 Settings on the ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 Controllers
Switch SW3
Switch 1 – 1st Reader
Function
ON – Reader present; OFF –Reader not present
Switch 2 – 2nd Reader
Switch 3 – 3rd Reader
Available for ACU-R4 only
Switch 4 – 4th Reader
Available for ACU-R4 only
Switch 5 – Reader Type
OFF = Magnetic
ON = Wiegand or Proximity
Switch 6
Spare
Table 3-68: DIP Switch SW3 Settings on ACU-R2 and ACU-R4
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DIP Switch SW4 Settings on the ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 Controllers
Switch SW4
ON Position = Terminated – No Input Device Present
OFF Position = Not Terminated – Zone In Use With EOLR**
SW4-1
Terminates Zone Input R0Z0 with a 1k-ohm resistor.
SW4-2
Terminates Zone Input R0Z1 with a 1k-ohm resistor. *
SW4-3
Terminates Zone Input R1Z0 with a 1k-ohm resistor.
SW4-4
Terminates Zone Input R1Z1 with a 1k-ohm resistor. *
SW4-5
Terminates Zone Input R2Z0 with a 1k-ohm resistor.
SW4-6
Terminates Zone Input R2Z1 with a 1k-ohm resistor. *
SW4-7
Terminates Zone Input R3Z0 with a 1k-ohm resistor.
SW4-8
Terminates Zone Input R3Z1 with a 1k-ohm resistor. *
Table 3-69: DIP Switch SW4 Settings on ACU-R2 and ACU2-R4
* If the Exit Push Button is not connected, then another 1k resistor must be installed across the Zone Input.
** EOLR is End Of Line Resistor
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DIP Switch SW5 Settings on the ACU-R2, and ACU-R4 Controllers
Switch S5
ON = Terminated
OFF = Not Terminated
S1
Host Port 1 RS-485 Transmit Data
S2
Host Port 1 RS-485 Receive Data
S3
Reader Port 1 RS-485 Transmit Data
S4
Reader Port 1 RS-485 Receive Data
S5
Reader Port 2 RS-485 Transmit Data. *
S6
Reader Port 2 RS-485 Receive Data. *
Table 3-70: DIP Switch SW5 Settings on ACU2-R2 and ACU2-R4
* Available for ACU-R4 only
NOTE: Default is all ON, however only the farthest ACU-R2 or ACU-R4 controller should have its Host port
terminated. On all others do not terminate the Host port.
Clearing the Memory on the ACU2, ACU-R2 and ACU-R4
To clear memory, first power off the ACU2, ACU-R2 and ACU-R4. Set the even switches (positions 2,4,6
& 8) on DIP switch SW1 to ON and the odd switches (positions 1,3,5 & 7) to OFF. Set the polling address
of the Rotary Switch SW2 to F. Apply power to the ACU2, ACU-R2 or ACU-R4. Wait a minimum of 45
seconds for all memory to clear. LEDs 1-4 will blink together indicating that the operation is complete.
Turn power off and reset switches SW1 and SW2 to the desired settings.
Jumper Configuration on ACU2 Controller
For ACU2 Controller's PCB Assembly jumper locations, refer to Figure Figure 3-19 and for jumper identifications, refer to Table Table 3-71.
Jumper
Setting
W1
*Installed
Removed
*A
W2
B
*A
W3
Description
Watchdog Timer Enabled
Watchdog Timer Disabled
EPROM 27C040, 512K, 32-pin
EPROM 27C020, 256K or smaller
(Not Present on P/N135524 Boards)
EPROM any 32-pin (27C010 or larger)
EPROM any 28-pin (27C512 and smaller)
B
*A
W4
EPROM 27C512, 64K or Larger, 28 or 32-pin
EPROM 27C256, 32K, 28-pin
B
*A
W50
Power Fail Detect Voltage = 4.5 volts
Power Fail Detect Voltage = 4.75 volts
B
* = Default setting.
Table 3-71: ACU2 Controller's PCB Assembly Jumper Configurations
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Jumper Settings ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 Controllers
For ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 controller's jumper locations, refer to Figure 3-21 and for jumper identifications
refer to Table 3-72.
Jumper
W1
W2
W3
W4
W5
W6
W7
Positions:
Description
Not Present
Factory use only.
(1&2) places 24V DC on relay common.
Relay 1 (K0)
(2&3) relay common is open. *
(1&2) places 24V DC on relay common.
Relay 2 (K1)
(2&3) relay common is open. *
(1&2) places 24V DC on relay common.
Relay 3 (K2)
(2&3) relay common is open. *
(1&2) places 24V DC on relay common.
Relay 4 (K3)
(2&3) relay common is open. *
Always leave the jumper in position.
Watch Dog Timer enabled.
(B & C) * Leave the jumper installed.
Less than 256K Memory (default)
(A & C) Not used
Table 3-72: ACU-R Controller's PCB Assembly Jumper Configurations
* Default setting.
NOTE: 24Volts DC on each relay is limited to 0.5 Amps.
Power-Up Self-test on The ACU2 Controller
The ACU2 controller should always be tested after installing any module. The power-up self-test indicators for the ACU2 controller are LED1, LED2, LED3, and LED4 on the ACU2 Controller's PCB Assembly
(See Figure 3-19). The LED’s will light as follows (at power-up), all ON at hardware reset, then all OFF:
LED
Description
LED1 (GREEN)
ON indicating power-up
LED2 (YELLOW)
ON when successful RAM test finished
(Blinks once if 1-Mbyte RAM installed)
LED3 (GREEN)
ON when successful PROM test finished
LED4 (YELLOW)
ON when initialization completed (1 second)
Table 3-73: ACU2 Power Up Test LED Status
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Power-Up Self-test on the ACU-R2 and ACU-R4
The ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 should always be tested after installing any module. The power-up self-test
indicators are for both the ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 controller (See Figure 3-21). The LED’s will light as follows at power-up, all ON at hardware reset, then all OFF:
LED
Description
LED9 (GREEN)
ON indicating power-up
LED10 (YELLOW)
ON indicating successful RAM test
(Blinks once if 1-Mbyte RAM installed)
LED11 (GREEN)
ON indicating successful PROM test
LED12 (YELLOW)
ON indicating initialization complete (1 second)
Table 3-74: Power-Up LED Status for ACU2-R2 and ACU2-R4
Online Tests on ACU2 Controller
The normal operating indicators for the ACU2 controller are indicated by LED's 1 - 6 (See Figure 3-19).
The LED’s on the ACU2 controller’s PCB will light as follows:
LED
Description
LED1 (GREEN)
Flashes at a 1 Hz rate
LED2 (YELLOW)
ON while transmitting to the Remote Modules
LED3 (GREEN)
Two seconds OFF, then blinks once if ACU Reader 0 is online, followed
by blinking twice if ACU Reader 1 is online, etc.
LED4 (YELLOW)
ON if zone monitor voltage reference is ever out of range (indicates
board or power supply failure)
LED5 (GREEN)
ON when transmitting data to host
LED6 (YELLOW)
ON when receiving data from host
Table 3-75: ACU2 Online Test LED Status for ACU2
Online Tests ACU-R2 and R4
LED's 1–4 and LED’s 9-14 indicate the normal operations for the ACU-R2 and ACU-R4 controllers. The
LEDs:ACU-R2 or ACU-R4 light as follows:
LED
LED1 PWR (RED)
Description
Power LED- remains on with power applied.
LED2 RX (RED)
ON while Receiving from the Reader Modules
LED 3 TX (RED)
ON while Transmitting to the Reader Modules
LED 4 HB (RED)
Flashes at a 1 Hz rate. Reader processor pulse.
LED9 (GREEN)
Flashes at a 1 Hz rate. ACU processor pulse.
LED10 (YELLOW)
ON while transmitting to the Remote Modules
LED11 (GREEN)
Two seconds OFF, then blinks once if ACU Reader 1 is online, then
twice if ACU Reader 2 is online, etc.
LED12 (YELLOW)
ON for a few seconds when power is applied then stays OFF. Currently
not used for diagnostics.
LED13 (GREEN)
ON when transmitting data to host.
LED14 (YELLOW)
ON when receiving data from host.
Table 3-76: Normal LED Status for ACU2-R2 and ACU2-R4
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ACU2X Networked Controllers
The ACU2X is a legacy product that is no longer sold by GE. The information in this section is offered in support
of those who are still operating an ACU2X. The ACU2X was also available in a 16-reader version.
Wiring ACU2X
Note the following when running the cables and wires:
•
In running cables and wires, be sure to observe and follow applicable codes.
•
The dry relay contacts are rated at 2 amp at 30 AC/DC volts.
•
All wires should be stranded.
•
The maximum length of the wiring between the farthest Remote Module (One-Stage Reader,
RRE-2, SMT RIM, or SMT RRM) and the ACU2 controller is 4000 ft. (1220 m) provided the
remote module is locally powered. If supplying power to the remote module form the ACU2X or
ACUXL the maximum distance is 500 feet.
•
Guard against lightning damage.
•
All bare Shields should be taped or protected against accidental shorting against electronic
components.
Terminal Block Connections
All ACU2X Terminal Block connections (TB1 through TB5) are the same as the ACUXL. See Table Table 3-48
through Table 3-61.
DIP Switch Settings ACU2X
The locations of the various DIP switches on the ACU2X are shown Figure Figure 3-6. They are the
same as on the ACUXL
Dial-up Modem Card for ACU2X
The optional daughter board Dial-Up modem can be easily installed into the ACU2X controller.
Refer to the section on installing the modem card for the ACUXL on page 3-11. They are the same. The
Dial-up modem card may not be installed if the installation is to be UL 1076 and/or UL 294 approved.
NOTE: A battery backup or UPS is highly recommended for any ACU Device using Dial-up.
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Chapter 4
One-Stage Reader
New Surface Mount Technology RMS/RPX Reader
The SMT RMS/RPX Reader is a single stage design that includes a swipe/pass-through read head and an
electronic interface to the ACU controller in a single housing.
NOTE: The information in the manual refers specifically to the RMS reader. If you have an RPX
reader, all the settings and information are the same with the exception of the read head
technology switches on DIP switch SW1. These switches are set at the factory. Do not
adjust the switches of this read head or it will not function.
Overview
Each reader may also include an optional 32-character LCD display that allows the use of text messages
providing user prompts or event notices.
LED lamps on the board (red, yellow, green) visually indicate reader status and an audible annunciation provides
response to keypad entries and door alarm conditions.
The RMS Reader can be configured in three modes: card only, card with keypad, or keypad only.
The RMS Reader has four supervised alarm inputs, They can be configured for door contact input, request-toexit input and two general-purpose alarm points. The RMS Reader also has a solid-state output that can be used
to operate the door strike.
The reader also provides two Single Pole Double Throw relays. One relay can be used for the door strike. The
other relay can be used for remote control functions. The RMS reader uses surface mount technology. The RMS
Reader is shown in Figure 4-1.
Figure 4-1: One-Stage Reader (With LCD and Keypad)
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1 LEDs see Table 4-6
2 DIP Switch SW1 see Table 4-3
bk
1
3 Beeper volumn control see 4-25
4 Two prong power for RPX read head
5 Terminal Block TB1 see Table 4-1
6 Jumper W2 see Table 4-5
7 LED indicators for reader relays
8 Jumper W1 see Table 4-5
9 DIP Switch SW2 see Table 4-4
2
bk LCD contrast control see page 4-25
bl LEDs see Table 4-6
bn
bl
bm Terminal Block TB2 see Table 4-2
3
bn Read Head connector
4
6
8
9
7
5
bm
Figure 4-2: Location of components on the SMT RMS Reader
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Terminal Board connections
Terminal boards are wired to a controller depending on the number and position of the reader. See UL
Specifications section for additional information
Pin
No.
Term
Strip
Description
Reader Terminal TB1
Connected to:
1
+24V
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-7 (+24V)
2
0V
Ground
ACU TB2-8 (0V)
3
+12V
+12 VDC 0.4 A max
4
TX+
From ACU TX (+)
ACU TB2-9 (R1T+)
5
TX-
From ACU TX (-)
ACU TB2-10 (R1T-)
6
RX+
From ACU RX(+)
ACU TB2-11 (R1R+)
7
RX-
From ACU RX (-)
ACU TB2-12 (R1R-)
8
Z0+
Zone Input 0 (+)
Door Contact
9
Z0-
Zone Input 0 (-)
Door Contact
10
Z1+
Zone Input 1 (+)
Exit Push Button
11
Z1-
Zone Input 1 (-)
Exit Push Button
Cable Color
(Installer defined)
Table 4-1: Terminal Board TB1 wiring
This page can be photocopied.
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TB2 wiring connections
Pin
No.
a.
b.
Term
Strip
Description
Reader TB2
Connected to:
1
Z2+
Zone Input 2 (+)
Aux Alarm Input 1
2
Z2-
Zone Input 2 (-)
Aux Alarm Input 1
3
Z3+
Zone Input 3 (+)
Aux Alarm Input 2
4
Z3-
Zone Input 3 (-)
Aux Alarm Input 2
5
NC1
Door Strike Relay
Normally Closeda
6
NO1
Door Strike Relay
Normally Opena
7
C1
Door Strike Relay
Commona b
8
NC2
Aux Relay Normally
Closed
9
NO2
Aux Relay Normally
Open
10
C2
Aux Relay Commonb
Cable Color
(Installed)
Can be configured for Door Strike output. The default for the door strike is on the ACU Controller
Current for each relay contact limited to 2 amps
Table 4-2: Terminal Board TB2 wiring connections
This page can be photocopied.
CAUTION:
For the RMS reader, 24 VDC is applied to the Door Strike relay if jumper W1 is in the 12 position. 24 VDC is applied to the Auxiliary relay if jumper W2 is in the 1-2 position.
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DIP Switch Settings
The 8-position DIP switch (SW1) located on the left edge of the RMS circuit board (see Figure 4-2) controls the
reader address. Use Table 4-3 to select the correct settings. The 6-position DIP switch (SW2) located in the
lower right quadrant of the RMS circuit board (see Figure 4-2) controls line termination. Use Table 4-4 to select
the correct termination.
Reader
Number
Reader
Address
Reader
Port
S1
S2
S3
0
0
1
OFF
OFF
OFF
1
1
1
ON
OFF
OFF
2
2
1
OFF
ON
OFF
3
3
1
ON
ON
OFF
4
0
2
OFF
OFF
OFF
5
1
2
ON
OFF
OFF
6
2
2
OFF
ON
OFF
7
3
2
ON
ON
OFF
8
4
1
OFF
OFF
ON
9
5
1
ON
OFF
ON
10
6
1
OFF
ON
ON
11
7
1
ON
ON
ON
12
4
2
OFF
OFF
ON
13
5
2
ON
OFF
ON
14
6
2
OFF
ON
ON
15
7
2
ON
ON
ON
Read Head Technology
a.
a
S4
S5
Magstripe Track 2 or 3
OFF
OFF
Magstripe with Wiegand Input
Signaling
ON
OFF
Wiegand
OFF
ON
Magstripe Track 1 Format
ON
ON
These switches are set at the factory. DO NOT adjust them. The read head
will not function.
Switch Number
Description
S6
Spare (Not Used)
S7
Spare (Not Used)
S8
Zone
Termination
OFF = Special Customer Configuration
ON = Special Customer Configuration
Table 4-3: DIP Switch SW1 Settings
NOTE: The switches are read at power-up (or reset) and will be ignored thereafter. If it is necessary to change
a setting, disconnect the power, make the required setting changes and then reapply the power to the
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SW2
Termination
1
ON = TX Reader Comm Termination (com ACU to RRE)
2
ON = RX Reader Comm Termination (com ACU to RRE)
3
ON = Internally Terminate Zone 3 with 1 K ohm, OFF = Not terminated
4
ON = Internally Terminate Zone 2 with 1 K ohm, OFF = Not terminated
5
ON = Internally Terminate Zone 1 with 1 K ohm, OFF = Not terminated
6
ON = Internally Terminate Zone 0 with 1 K ohm, OFF = Not terminated
Table 4-4: DIP switch settings for SW2
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Jumper settings
Jumper settings
The two jumpers located on the RMS reader (See Figure 4-2) are used to indicate whether the relays on the
reader are wet or dry. The default setting is for dry relays.
Jumper
Location
Jumper
Action
Relay 1 (Door Strike)
W1
1 and 2
W1
2 and 3 a
Strike Relay Wet (24 VDC)
Strike Relay Dry
Relay 2 (Aux)
W2
W2
a.
1 and 2
2 and 3
a
Aux Relay Wet (24 VDC)
Aux Relay Dry
This is the default setting
Table 4-5: Jumper settings
LED indicators
The LEDs on the RMS reader provide information about the activity of the reader. Table 4-6 indicates reader
activity.
LED
Description
ON
ON when power is supplied
Rx
Flashing when transmitting data to ACU
Tx
Flashing when receiving data from ACU
HB
Flashing once per second indicates CPU is up
and running
Z0
On = Alarm
Off = Secure
Blinking = Circuit Fault
Z1
On = Alarm
Off = Secure
Blinking = Circuit Fault
Z2
On = Alarm
Off = Secure
Blinking = Circuit Fault
Z3
On = Alarm
Off = Secure
Blinking = Circuit Fault
R21
On when the relay is active
R22
On when the relay is active
Table 4-6: LED Indicators on the reader
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Alarm Zone Assignments
a.
b.
Reader Physical Zones
Z0a
Z1b
Z2
Z3
Reader 0
16
17
18
19
Reader 1
20
21
22
23
Reader 2
24
25
26
27
Reader 3
28
29
30
31
Reader 4
32
33
34
35
Reader 5
36
37
38
39
Reader 6
40
41
42
43
Reader 7
44
45
46
47
Reader 8
128
129
130
131
Reader 9
144
145
146
147
Reader 10
160
161
162
163
Reader 11
176
177
178
179
Reader 12
192
193
194
195
Reader 13
208
209
210
211
Reader 14
224
225
226
227
Reader 15
240
241
242
243
Z0 default is Door Contact
Z1 default is Exit Push Button
Table 4-7: Physical Reader Zones
NOTE: If Z0 and Z1 are used for Door Contact and Exit Push Button sensors, then the alarm numbers in these columns are used to report a trouble condition at the sensor.
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Alarm Zone Assignments
Logical Alarm Zones
Door Forced Open
Door Held Open
Reader Tamper
Reader Off-line
Reader 0
64
65
66
67
Reader 1
68
69
70
71
Reader 2
72
73
74
75
Reader 3
76
77
78
79
Reader 4
80
81
82
83
Reader 5
84
85
86
87
Reader 6
88
89
90
91
Reader 7
92
93
94
95
Reader 8
96
97
98
99
Reader 9
100
101
102
103
Reader 10
104
105
106
107
Reader 11
108
109
110
111
Reader 12
112
113
114
115
Reader 13
116
117
118
119
Reader 14
120
121
122
123
Reader 15
124
125
126
127
Table 4-8: Logical alarm zones
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Relay Assignments
Reader
a.
DIAMOND II
Reader 0 Door Strike Output
Reader 0 Aux Relay
16a
17
Reader 1 Door Strike Output
Reader 1 Aux Relay
18 a
19
Reader 2 Door Strike Output
Reader 2 Aux Relay
20 a
21
Reader 3 Door Strike Output
Reader 3 Aux Relay
22 a
23
Reader 4 Door Strike Output
Reader 4 Aux Relay
24 a
25
Reader 5 Door Strike Output
Reader 5 Aux Relay
26 a
27
Reader 6 Door Strike Output
Reader 6 Aux Relay
28 a
29
Reader 7 Door Strike Output
Reader 7 Aux Relay
30 a
31
Reader 8 Door Strike Output
Reader 8 Aux Relay
32 a
33
Reader 9 Door Strike Output
Reader 9 Aux Relay
34 a
35
Reader 10 Door Strike Output
Reader 10 Aux Relay
36 a
37
Reader 11 Door Strike Output
Reader 11 Aux Relay
38 a
39
Reader 12 Door Strike Output
Reader 12 Aux Relay
40 a
41
Reader 13 Door Strike Output
Reader 13 Aux Relay
42 a
43
Reader 14 Door Strike Output
Reader 14 Aux Relay
44 a
45
Reader 15 Door Strike Output
Reader 15 Aux Relay
46 a
47
This assignment uses the reader door strike
Table 4-9: Relay numbers
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LCD Display Contrast Adjustment
The LCD contrast has been adjusted at the factory. The following steps will aid the user if an adjustment change
is desired.
1. Remove the reader from the mounting plate.
2. Access and adjust the Contrast Control (See Figure 4-2) on the reader for the desired LCD contrast.
3. Reinstall the reader.
Buzzer Volume Adjustment
The Buzzer Volume has been adjusted at the factory. The following steps will aid the user if an adjustment
change is desired.
1. Remove the reader from the mounting plate.
2. Access and adjust the Buzzer Volume Control (See Figure 4-2) on the reader for the desired loudness.
3. Reinstall the reader.
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Reader Status LCDs
Each reader has three LCD indicators and a buzzer that indicates reader status.
State
Red
Yellow
Green
Beep
Online
On
Dim Flash
Off
None
Off-Line
Off
Dim Flash
Dim
Flash
None
Access Grant
Off
Dim Flash
Flashes
One 2-Second Beep
Door Unlocked
Off
Dim Flash
ON
None
Access Denied
Off
Dim Flash
Off
Three 1/2-Second
Beeps
Not Configured
Off
Dim Flash
Off
None
Door In Alarm
Bright
Flash
Bright Flash
Bright
Flash
Interrupted Beep
Door In alarm
(Masked)
Bright
Flash
Bright Flash
Bright
Flash
None
Enter Keypad
Off
Bright Flash
Off
None
Key Pressed
Flash
Bright Flash
Flash
When Keypad Pressed
Second Card
Bright
Flash
Dim Flash
Off
None
Area Secure
On
Dim Flash
Off
One-4-Second Beep
Area Unsecured
Off
Dim Flash
On
Two 2-Second Beeps
Power-Up
All Off
Green On
Yellow On if RAM OK
Red On if PROM OK
Pause one second, then yellow heartbeat (Dim Flash)
Table 4-10: Status LCDs on the front of the RMS reader
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Paired Reader Operation
Paired Reader Operation
Readers on the same ACU controller can be configured as paired readers. The configuration allows readers to
operate as 'in' and 'out' readers for a single door with or without exit push button. Mode changes for paired
readers will affect both readers. Commands sent to the first reader of the pair are accepted. Commands sent to
the second reader of a pair are ignored.
Paired readers share a single door contact.
The door contact is wired to the first reader of the pair. Unused input zones can be used for more alarms or
terminated with a resistor (see Table 4-2)
The Door Strike relays can be configured to operate a single relay (for a door) or separately (for a turnstile).
Keypad Access Request
The reader can be configured from the host computer to allow a card number to be entered from the keypad as
well as accept card swipes. The number of digits to be entered is configurable from 1 to 9 digits.
The card number entered from the keypad is processed like a card swipe access request (except there is no test
for issue code) with or without an additional PIN keypad number. Digits are entered until the count is reached or
∗
the ' ' is entered. The '#' key clears currently entered digits.
Auxiliary power supply
In most cases the controller can supply the power for the RMS Reader. When the controller cannot supply power,
an auxiliary power supply may be used. When using an auxiliary power supply, make sure the 0V terminal on all
Remote modules are connected back to the auxiliary power supply and to the 0V terminal of the controller.
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IKE, RMS, RPX, and RWE
The One-Stage Readers are a single stage design that includes a swipe/pass-through or proximity
reader and the electronic interface to the ACU controller (See Figure 4-1). Each may also include an
optional 32-character LCD display that allows the use of various text messages for user prompts or
event notices.
LED lamps (red, yellow, green) visually display reader status with an internal audible annunciation providing response to keypad entries and door alarm conditions.
The One-Stage Readers can be configured for card only, card with keypad, or keypad only mode.
The One-Stage Readers include four supervised alarm inputs that are user-configured for door contact,
request-to-exit and two general-purpose alarm points. The One-Stage Reader also has a solid-state output that can be configured to operate the door strike.
The One-Stage HP Reader provides two Single Pole Double Throw relays. One relay can be used for
the door strike. The other relay can be used for remote control functions. The One-Stage HP Reader is
shown in Figure 4-5.
This section contains instructions for:
•
Terminal Block Connector Pin Numbers on the One-Stage Reader
•
Setting the DIP Switch on the One-Stage Reader
•
One-Stage Reader Alarm Zone Assignments
Auxiliary Power Supply for One-Stage Reader
In most cases the ACU can supply the power for the One-Stage reader. When the ACU cannot supply power an
auxiliary power supply may be used. When using an auxiliary power supply make sure the 0V terminal on all
Remote modules are connected back to the auxiliary power supply.
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Terminal Connector PIN Numbers on a One-Stage Reader
Terminal Connector PIN Numbers on a One-Stage Reader
Table 4-11 and Table 4-12 show One-Stage Reader wiring connections. Refer to Chapter 3, Table 3-49
for applicable ACU controller connections and cable identifications. See UL Specifications section for
additional information.
One-Stage Reader Wiring Connections - Readers 0 Through 3
Pin
No.
Term
Strip
Description
Reader Terminal TB1
Connected to:
1
+24V
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-7 (+24V)
2
0V
Ground
ACU TB2-8 (0V)
3
AUX
Not Applicable - Not Used - Make No Connection
4
TX+
From ACU TX (+)
ACU TB2-9 (R1T+)
5
TX-
From ACU TX (-)
ACU TB2-10 (R1T-)
6
RX+
From ACU RX(+)
ACU TB2-11 (R1R+)
7
RX-
From ACU RX (-)
ACU TB2-12 (R1R-)
8
Z0+
Zone Input 0 (+)
Door Contact
9
Z0-
Zone Input 0 (-)
Door Contact
10
Z1+
Zone Input 1 (+)
Exit Push Button
11
Z1-
Zone Input 1 (-)
Exit Push Button
12
Z2+
Zone Input 2 (+)
Aux Alarm Input 1
13
Z2-
Zone Input 2 (-)
Aux Alarm Input 1
14
Z3+
Zone Input 3 (+)
Aux Alarm Input 2
15
Z3-
Zone Input 3 (-)
Aux Alarm Input 2
16
DS
Door Strike Output Normally Open (See Figure 2-9) *
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 4-11: One-Stage Reader Wiring Connections - Readers 0 Through 3
* Can be configured for door Strike output. Default for door strike is on the ACU Controller. See Table 4-21.
This page can be photocopied.
NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 module ports. Four readers may be multi-dropped on each port along
with Remote Relay Modules (RRM16-E1L) and Remote Input Modules (RIM16-E1L).
•
Install RS-485 termination on the farthest remote reader or module.
•
RS-485 terminator is part number ACU-EOLRS.
•
Readers should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub to the reader.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminate any unused zone inputs.
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One-Stage Reader Wiring Connections - Readers 4 Through 7
Pin
No.
Term
Strip
Description
Reader Terminal TB1
Connected to:
1
+24V
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-1 (+24V)
2
0V
Ground
ACU TB2-2 (0V)
3
AUX
Not Applicable - Not Used - Make No Connection
4
TX+
From ACU TX (+)
ACU TB2-3 (R2T+)
5
TX-
From ACU TX (-)
ACU TB2-4 (R2T-)
6
RX+
From ACU RX(+)
ACU TB2-5 (R2R+)
7
RX-
From ACU RX (-)
ACU TB2-6 (R2R-)
8
Z0+
Zone Input 0 (+)
Door Contact
9
Z0-
Zone Input 0 (-)
Door Contact
10
Z1+
Zone Input 1 (+)
Exit Push Button
11
Z1-
Zone Input 1 (-)
Exit Push Button
12
Z2+
Zone Input 2 (+)
Aux Alarm Input 1
13
Z2-
Zone Input 2 (-)
Aux Alarm Input 1
14
Z3+
Zone Input 3 (+)
Aux Alarm Input 2
15
Z3-
Zone Input 3 (-)
Aux Alarm Input 2
16
DS
Door Strike Output Normally Open (See Figure 2-9) *
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 4-12: One-Stage Reader Wiring Connections - Readers 4 Through 7
* Can be configured for door Strike output. Default for door strike is on the ACU Controller. See Table 4-21.
This page can be photocopied.
NOTES:
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•
Each ACU controller has 2 module ports. Four readers may be multi-dropped on each port along
with Remote Relay Modules (RRM16-E1L) and Remote Input Modules (RIM16-E1L).
•
Install RS-485 termination on the farthest remote reader or module.
•
RS-485 terminator is part number ACU-EOLRS.
•
Readers should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub to the reader.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminate any unused zone inputs.
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Terminal Connector PIN Numbers on a One-Stage Reader
Connector PIN Numbers on a One-Stage HP Reader
Table 4-13 though Table 4-15 shows One-Stage Reader wiring connections. Refer to Chapter 3, Table 3-49 for
applicable ACU controller connections and cable identifications. See UL Specifications section for additional
information
One-Stage HP Reader TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 0 Through 3
Pin
No.
Term
Strip
Reader Terminal TB1
Connected to:
Description
1
+24V
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-7 (+24V)
2
0V
Ground
ACU TB2-8 (0V)
3
+12V
+12 VDC 0.4 A max
4
TX+
From ACU TX (+)
ACU TB2-9 (R1T+)
5
TX-
From ACU TX (-)
ACU TB2-10 (R1T-)
6
RX+
From ACU RX(+)
ACU TB2-11 (R1R+)
7
RX-
From ACU RX (-)
ACU TB2-12 (R1R-)
8
Z0+
Zone Input 0 (+)
Door Contact
9
Z0-
Zone Input 0 (-)
Door Contact
10
Z1+
Zone Input 1 (+)
Exit Push Button
11
Z1-
Zone Input 1 (-)
Exit Push Button
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 4-13: One-Stage HP Reader TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 0 Through 3
This page can be photocopied.
NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 module ports. Four readers may be multi-dropped on each port along
with Remote Relay Modules (RRM16-E1L) and Remote Input Modules (RIM16-E1L).
•
Install RS-485 termination on the farthest remote reader or module.
•
RS-485 terminator is part number ACU-EOLRS.
•
Readers should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub to the reader.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminate any unused zone inputs.
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One-Stage HP Reader TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 4 Through 7
Pin
No.
Term
Strip
Description
Reader Terminal TB1
Connected to:
1
+24V
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-1 (+24V)
2
0V
Ground
ACU TB2-2 (0V)
3
+12
+12 VDC 0.4 A max
4
TX+
From ACU TX (+)
ACU TB2-3 (R2T+)
5
TX-
From ACU TX (-)
ACU TB2-4 (R2T-)
6
RX+
From ACU RX(+)
ACU TB2-5 (R2R+)
7
RX-
From ACU RX (-)
ACU TB2-6 (R2R-)
8
Z0+
Zone Input 0 (+)
Door Contact
9
Z0-
Zone Input 0 (-)
Door Contact
10
Z1+
Zone Input 1 (+)
Exit Push Button
11
Z1-
Zone Input 1 (-)
Exit Push Button
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 4-14: One-Stage HP Reader TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 4 Through 7
This page can be photocopied.
NOTES:
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•
Each ACU controller has 2 module ports. Four readers may be multi-dropped on each port along
with Remote Relay Modules (RRM16-E1L) and Remote Input Modules (RIM16-E1L).
•
Install RS-485 termination on the farthest remote reader or module.
•
RS-485 terminator is part number ACU-EOLRS.
•
Readers should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub to the reader.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminate any unused zone inputs.
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Terminal Connector PIN Numbers on a One-Stage Reader
One-Stage HP Reader TB2 Wiring Connections Alarm and Relay
Pin
No.
Term
Strip
Reader Terminal TB2
Connected to:
Description
1
Z2+
Zone Input 2 (+)
Aux Alarm Input 1
2
Z2-
Zone Input 2 (-)
Aux Alarm Input 1
3
Z3+
Zone Input 3 (+)
Aux Alarm Input 2
4
Z3-
Zone Input 3 (-)
Aux Alarm Input 2
5
NC1
Door Strike Relay N.C.*
6
NO1
Door Strike Relay Normally Open *
7
C1
Door Strike Relay Common.* **
8
NC2
Aux Relay Normally Closed
9
NO2
Aux Relay Normally Open
10
C2
Aux Relay Common**
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 4-15: One-Stage HP Reader TB2 Wiring Connections
* Can be configured for Door Strike output. Default for door strike is on the ACU Controller. See Table 4-21
This page can be photocopied.
CAUTION:
For the One-Stage HP Reader, 24 VDC is applied to the Door Strike relay if fuse “F2”
is installed. 24 VDC is applied to the Auxiliary relay if fuse “F3” is installed. Remove
the fuses to make this relay’s from dry contact. See Figure 4-5.
Figure 4-3: Door Strike Wiring for One-Stage HP Reader
(With Fuse “F2” installed, the reader supplies +24 VDC @ 1 Amp for the door strike relay 1. With Fuse
“F2” removed, the relay has a dry contact).
Replacement fuse should be 2 Amp Littlefuse part number [email protected] (GE Security part number
135056).
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DIP Switch Settings for One-Stage Reader
The 6-position DIP switch (SW2) located on the One-Stage Reader (see Figure 4-4 and Figure 4-5)
should be set according to Table 4-16 or Table 4-17.
NOTE: The switches are read at power-up (or reset) and will be ignored thereafter. If it is necessary
to change a setting, power MUST be cycled OFF then, AFTER the setting is changed, ON.
Switch Settings pre version ARDR8N
Switch
Function
Switches 1 & 2 - Communication
Address:
2 = OFF
2 = OFF
2 = ON
2 = ON
1 = OFF Address 0
1 = ON Address 1
1 = OFF Address 2
1 = ON Address 3
Switch 3 - Alarm Termination
OFF = 500/1K/2K ohms
ON = 200/10K ohms
Switch 4
OFF = Normal
ON = The LCD will display the encoded
data on magnetic striped badges.
Switch 5 - Read Head Type
OFF = Magnetic
ON = Wiegand or Proximity
Switch 6
Spare
Table 4-16: One-Stage Reader DIP Switch Settings
Switch Settings Version ARDR8N and later
Switch
Switches 1, 2 & 3
Communication Address:
Switches 4 & 5
Reader support
Switch 6
SW1
SW2
SW3
Address
OFF
OFF
OFF
0
ON
OFF
OFF
1
OFF
ON
OFF
2
ON
ON
OFF
3
OFF
OFF
ON
*4
ON
OFF
ON
*5
OFF
ON
ON
*6
ON
ON
ON
*7
SW4
SW5
OFF
OFF
Magnetic stripe on Track 2 or 3
OFF
ON
Wiegand
ON
OFF
Magnetic format on Wiegand input
ON
ON
Magnetic on Track 1
Spare
Table 4-17: RRE DIP Switch Settings
* Used with ACU/16 option ONLY
NOTE: Previous to PROM Revision “ARDR8N”, Switch 3 was used to set the type of alarm termination.
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DIP Switch Settings for One-Stage Reader
Component and Switch Location
Figure 4-4: Location of DIP Switch (SW2) on the One-Stage Reader
Figure 4-5: Location of Components and Connections on the One-Stage HP Reader
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Jumper Settings on a One-Stage HP Reader
The 6 jumpers located on the One-Stage HP Reader (see Figure 4-4). Table 4-18 defines the function of
the jumpers.
Jumper
Up (1&2) = Terminated
Down (2&3)= Not Terminated
W2
RS-485 Transmit
W3
RS-485 Receive
W4
Terminates Zone Input Z0 with a 1k ohm resistor.
W5
Terminates Zone Input Z1 with a 1k ohm resistor. *
W6
Terminates Zone Input Z2 with a 1k ohm resistor.
W7
Terminates Zone Input Z3 with a 1k ohm resistor.
Table 4-18: One-Stage HP Reader Jumper Settings
* If the Exit Push Button is not connected, then another 1k resistor must be installed across Zone
Input Z1.
Alarm Zone Assignments One-Stage Reader
Reader Physical Zones
Z0*
Z1*
Z2
Z3
Reader 0
16
17
18
19
Reader 1
20
21
22
23
Reader 2
24
25
26
27
Reader 3
28
29
30
31
Reader 4
32
33
34
35
Reader 5
36
37
38
39
Reader 6
40
41
42
43
Reader 7
44
45
46
47
Following Readers on ACU-2/16 Only
Reader 8
128
129 130
131
Reader 9
144
145
146
147
Reader 10
160
161
162
163
Reader 11
176
177
178
179
Reader 12
192
193
194
195
Reader 13
208
209
210
211
Reader 14
224
225
226
227
Reader 15
240
241
242
243
Table 4-19: One-Stage Reader Alarm Numbers for Host PC
NOTE:
* Defaults:
Z0: Door Contact
Z1: Exit Push Button
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Jumper Settings on a One-Stage HP Reader
If Z0 and Z1 are used for Door Contact and Exit Push Button sensors, then the alarm numbers in these
columns are used to report a trouble condition at the sensor.
Logical
Alarm Zones
Door Forced
Open
Door Held
Open
Reader
Tamper
Reader
Off-line
Reader 0
64
65
66
67
Reader 1
68
69
70
71
Reader 2
72
73
74
75
Reader 3
76
77
78
79
Reader 4
80
81
82
83
Reader 5
84
85
86
87
Reader 6
88
89
90
91
Reader 7
92
93
94
95
Reader 8
Following Readers on ACU-2/16 Only
96
97
98
99
Reader 9
100
101
102
103
Reader 10
104
105
106
107
Reader 11
108
109
110
111
Reader 12
112
113
114
115
Reader 13
116
117
118
119
Reader 14
120
121
122
123
Reader 15
124
125
126
127
Table 4-20: One-Stage Reader Logical Alarm Numbers for Host PC
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One-Stage Reader Relay Assignments
DIAMOND Version 8.10.xx and Older
Reader
DIAMOND Version 8.11.xx and Newer Systems
Relay
Reader
DIAMOND
Reader 0 Door Strike Output
Reader 0 Aux Relay
17*
17
Reader 0 Door Strike Output
Reader 0 Aux Relay
16*
17
Reader 1 Door Strike Output
Reader 1 Aux Relay
19*
19
Reader 1 Door Strike Output
Reader 1 Aux Relay
18*
19
Reader 2 Door Strike Output
Reader 2 Aux Relay
21*
21
Reader 2 Door Strike Output
Reader 2 Aux Relay
20*
21
Reader 3 Door Strike Output
Reader 3 Aux Relay
23*
23
Reader 3 Door Strike Output
Reader 3 Aux Relay
22*
23
Reader 4 Door Strike Output
Reader 4 Aux Relay
25*
25
Reader 4 Door Strike Output
Reader 4 Aux Relay
24*
25
Reader 5 Door Strike Output
Reader 5 Aux Relay
27*
27
Reader 5 Door Strike Output
Reader 5 Aux Relay
26*
27
Reader 6 Door Strike Output
Reader 6 Aux Relay
29*
29
Reader 6 Door Strike Output
Reader 6 Aux Relay
28*
29
Reader 7 Door Strike Output
Reader 7 Aux Relay
31*
31
Reader 7 Door Strike Output
Reader 7 Aux Relay
30*
31
Following Readers on ACU2/16 Only
DIAMOND Version 8.10.xx and older
does not support ACU2/16 controllers
Reader 8 Door Strike Output
Reader 8 Aux Relay
32*
33
Reader 9 Door Strike Output
Reader 9 Aux Relay
34*
35
Reader 10 Door Strike Output
Reader 10 Aux Relay
36*
37
Reader 11 Door Strike Output
Reader 11 Aux Relay
38*
39
Reader 12 Door Strike Output
Reader 12 Aux Relay
40*
41
Reader 13 Door Strike Output
Reader 13 Aux Relay
42*
43
Reader 14 Door Strike Output
Reader 14 Aux Relay
44*
45
Reader 15 Door Strike Output
Reader 15 Aux Relay
46*
47
* To use the Reader's Door Strike relay instead of the ACU controller's relay
Table 4-21: RRE Relay Numbers
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LCD Display Contrast Adjustment
LCD Display Contrast Adjustment
The LCD contrast has been adjusted at the factory. The following steps will aid the user if an adjustment
change is desired.
1. Remove the One-Stage Reader from the mounting plate.
2. Access and adjust the Contrast Control (See Figure 4-4 or Figure 4-5) on the One-Stage Reader for
the desired LCD contrast.
3. Reinstall the One-Stage Reader.
Buzzer Volume Adjustment
The Buzzer Volume has been adjusted at the factory. The following steps will aid the user if an adjustment change is desired.
1. Remove the One-Stage Reader from the mounting plate.
2. Access and adjust the Buzzer Volume Control (See Figure 4-5) on the One-Stage HP Reader for the
desired loudness.
3. Reinstall the One-Stage Reader.
Reader Condition
Each one-stage reader has three LED indicators and a buzzer that provides Reader status. The table
below interprets the different light combinations to the Reader’s condition.
State
Red
Yellow
Green
Beep
Online
On
Dim Flash
Off
None
Off-Line
Off
Dim Flash
Dim Flash
None
Access Grant
Off
Dim Flash
Flashes
One 2-Second Beep
Door Unlocked
Off
Dim Flash
ON
None
Access Denied
Off
Dim Flash
Off
Three 1/2-Second Beeps
Not Configured
Off
Dim Flash
Off
None
Door In Alarm
Bright Flash
Bright Flash
Bright Flash
Interrupted Beep
Door In alarm
(Masked)
Bright Flash
Bright Flash
Bright Flash
None
Enter Keypad
Off
Bright Flash
Off
None
Key Pressed
Flash
Bright Flash
Flash
When Keypad Pressed
Second Card
Bright Flash
Dim Flash
Off
None
Area Secure
On
Dim Flash
Off
One-4-Second Beep
Area Unsecured
Off
Dim Flash
On
Two 2-Second Beeps
Power-Up
All Off
Green On
Yellow On if RAM OK
Red On if PROM OK
Pause one second, then yellow heartbeat (Dim Flash)
Table 4-22: One-Stage Reader LED/Beeper Usage
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Paired Reader Operation
Readers on the same ACU controller can be configured as paired readers. The configuration allows
readers to operate as 'in' and 'out' readers for a single door with or without exit push button. Mode
changes for paired readers will affect both readers. Commands sent to the first reader of the pair are
accepted. Commands sent to the second reader of a pair are ignored.
Paired readers share a single door contact.
The door contact is wired to the first reader of the pair. Unused input zones can be used for more alarms
or terminated with a resistor (see Table 4-14 and Table 4-15).
The Door Strike relays can be configured to operate a single relay (for a door) or separately (for a turnstile).
Keypad Access Request
The One-Stage Reader can be configured from the host computer to allow a card number to be entered
from the keypad as well as accept card swipes. The number of digits to be entered is configurable from 1
to 9 digits.
The card number entered from the keypad is processed like a card swipe access request (except there is
no test for issue code) with or without an additional PIN keypad number. Digits are entered until the
∗
count is reached or the ' ' is entered. The '#' key clears currently entered digits.
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IKE Integrated Keypad Electronics
IKE Integrated Keypad Electronics
The IKE devices are intelligent readers designed for enhanced keypad masking applications. (part number IKE-00RDIGW) The unit can be mounted alone or interface with a separate read head. This keypad
has the following features:
Four supervised zones,
Available +12 VDC power.
Red, Yellow, and Green status LEDs
2 relay outputs; 2 Amps at 30 VDC rating
Alarm Buzzer
Built-in RS-485 termination
12 or 16 button key pad
Internal Tamper switch
Built-in Zone termination
Optional LCD Display
Metal Housing
Component Location IKE Keypad
Figure 4-6: IKE Keypad Component Layout
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Terminal Block Connections for the IKE Keypad
Wiring Connections IKE Keypad to ACU. (TB1) Readers 0 – 3 and 8 – 12
IKE
TB1
Description
ACU connector TB2 (Red)
1
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-7 (+24V)
2
Ground
3
+12 V
+12 VDC 0.4 A max
4
RS-485 Data TX (+)
ACU TB2-9 (R1T+)
5
RS-485 Data TX (-)
ACU TB2-10 (R1T-)
6
RS-485 Data RX(+)
ACU TB2-11 (R1R+)
7
RS-485 Data RX (-)
ACU TB2-12 (R1R-)
8
Z0+
9
Z0-
10
Z1+
11
Z1-
Cable Color
(Filled by Installer)
ACU TB2-8 (0V)
Table 4-23: Wiring Connections IKE Keypad to ACU Readers 0–3 and 8–12
Wiring Connections IKE Keypad to ACU. (TB1) Readers 4-7 and 13–15
IKE
TB1
Description
ACU connector TB2 (Red)
1
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-1 (+24V)
2
Ground
3
+12 V
+12 VDC 0.4 A max
4
RS-485 Data TX (+)
ACU TB2-3 (R2T+)
5
RS-485 Data TX (-)
ACU TB2-4 (R2T-)
6
RS-485 Data RX(+)
ACU TB2-5 (R2R+)
7
RS-485 Data RX (-)
ACU TB2-6 (R2R-)
8
Z2+
9
Z2-
10
Z3+
11
Z3-
Cable Color
(Filled by Installer)
ACU TB2-2 (0V)
Table 4-24: Wiring Connections IKE Keypad to ACU Readers 4-7 and 13–15
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Wiring Connections for IKE Keypad. (TB2)
IKE
TB2
Cable Color
(Filled by Installer)
IKE TB2 Descriptions
1
Z2+
Zone 2 + Input
2
Z2-
Zone 2 + Input
3
Z3+
Zone 3 – Input
4
Z3-
Zone 3 – Input
5
NC1
Relay One, Normally Closed
6
NO1
Relay One, Normally Open
7
C1
8
NC2
Relay Two, Normally Closed
9
NO2
Relay Two, Normally Open
10
C2
Relay One, Common
Relay Two, Common
Table 4-25: Wiring Connections for IKE Keypad TB2
RJ-45 Cable From RMS-10 read-head
Pin out
See notes
Function
1
0V
2
RCL
3
RDA
4
+5V
5
Green LED
6
Yellow LED
7
Red LED
8
FR GRND
Table 4-26: RJ-45 Cable From RMS-10 read-head
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Jumper Configurations on IKE Keypad
Jumpers
W1
W2
W3
W4
W5
W6
W7
W8
W9
Positions:
Description
Not Present
Factory use only
(1&2) RS-485 Receive Data.
Terminated
(2&3) RS-485 Receive Data. *
Not Terminated
(1&2) RS-485 Transmit Data.
Terminated
(2&3) RS-485 Transmit Data. *
Not Terminated
Zone 0 with 1K ohm
Terminated
Zone 0, Open. *
Not Terminated
Zone 1 with 1K ohm
Terminated
Zone 1, Open. *
Not Terminated
Zone 2 with 1K ohm
Terminated
Zone 2, Open. *
Not Terminated
Zone 3 with 1K ohm
Terminated
Zone 3, Open. *
Not Terminated
(1&2) places 24V DC on relay common.
See Note Below
(2&3) relay common is open. *
(1&2) places 24V DC on relay common.
See Note Below
(2&3) relay common is open. *
Table 4-27: IKE Keypad Jumper Configurations
* = Default setting.
NOTE: The 24Volts DC on each relay is limited to 0.5 Amps.
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DIP Switch Settings IKE Keypad
Reader
Number
Reader
Address
Reader
Port
0
0
1
S1
S2
S3
1
OFF
OFF
OFF
1
1
ON
OFF
OFF
2
2
1
OFF
ON
OFF
3
3
1
ON
ON
OFF
4
0
2
OFF
OFF
OFF
5
1
2
ON
OFF
OFF
6
2
2
OFF
ON
OFF
7
3
2
ON
ON
OFF
*8
4
1
OFF
OFF
ON
*9
5
1
ON
OFF
ON
*10
6
1
OFF
ON
ON
*11
7
1
ON
ON
ON
*12
4
2
OFF
OFF
ON
*13
5
2
ON
OFF
ON
*14
6
2
OFF
ON
ON
*15
7
2
ON
ON
ON
Table 4-28: Switch SW1 Reader Address Settings
* Used with ACU2/16 Option ONLY (See Figure 3-20)
Read Head Technology
S4
S5
Magstripe Track 2 or 3
OFF
OFF
Magstripe with Wiegand Input
Signaling
ON
OFF
Wiegand
OFF
ON
Magstripe Track 1 Format
ON
ON
Table 4-29: Switch SW1 Reader Technology Settings
SW1-S6
Spare (Not Used)
SW1-S7
Spare (Not Used)
SW1-S8
Zone Termination
OFF = Special Customer Configuration
ON = Special Customer Configuration
Table 4-30: SW1 Zone Termination Settings
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Chapter 5
Remote Reader Electronics
RRE, RRE-HP
The Remote Reader Electronics or RRE, (Table 5-10) provides the electronic interface between the ACU
controller and the card read head. One or Two RRE's may be installed within a tampered enclosure or separate
enclosure. The RRE provides the card read head communication interface as well as four supervised alarm
inputs for door contact, request-to-exit and two general-purpose alarms. The RRE also provides two Single Pole
Double Throw relays. One relay can be used for door strike. The other relay can be used for remote control
functions. The surface mount RRE-1 (part number RRE01-E00) is shown in Figure 5-1. The RRE and the RRE
HP are identical in wiring and functionality. The surface mount RRE and RRE HP have additional transient
protection, but the RRE HP is physically larger. See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
During reader installation, refer to the manufactures instructions shipped with the reader for the latest installation
information.
NOTE: See Table A-13 for complete list of reader product numbers.
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RRE Surface Mount Board
HB
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TX1
REMOTE READER ELECTRONICS
RX1 ON
BUZ
GRN
YEL
RED
+5V
RCL
RDA
0V
NC2
C2
N02
LEDs See
Table 5-4
Z3
RY2
W2
RY1
Relay 1
Z0
1
Relay 2
TB2
Z2
Z1
1
W1
ON
SW1
1
TB2 See:
Table 5-12
SW3
SW1 See:
Table 5-2
TB3
TAM
0V
NC1
C1
N01
U3
TB3 See:
Table 5-13
1
Jumpers See:
Table 5-1
ON
J2
TB1 See:
Table 5-10
SW3 See:
Table 5-3
1
TB1
Z3- Z3+ Z2- Z2+ Z1- Z1+ Z0- Z0+ RX- RX+ TX- TX+ +12V 0V +24V
Figure 5-1: Location of Components on Surface Mount RRE
RRE Surface Mount Jumper Settings.
Jumper
Location
Jumper
Action
Relay 1 (Door Strike)
W1
1 and 2
Strike Relay Wet (24 VDC)
W1
*2 and 3
Strike Relay Dry
Relay 2 (Aux)
W2
1 and 2
Aux Relay Wet (24 VDC)
W2
*2 and 3
Aux Relay Dry
Table 5-1: RRE Surface Mount Jumper Settings
* Factory default
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RRE Surface Mount DIP SW1 Switch Settings
SW1-1
SW1-2
SW1-3
Reader Address
Off
Off
Off
Address 0
On
Off
Off
Address 1
Off
On
Off
Address 2
On
On
Off
Address 3
Off
Off
On
Address 4
On
Off
On
Address 5
Off
On
On
Address 6
On
On
On
Address 7
SW1-4
SW1-5
SW1-6
Off
Off
Off
Magnetic stripe
On
Off
Off
Magnetic Format on Wiegand
Off
On
Off
Wiegand
On
On
Off
Track 1 ABA
Off
Off
On
RS 485 (not implemented)
SW1-7
SW1-8
Read Head
Alarm Termination
Off
Off
0.5K alarm, 1K secure, 2K alarm
On
Off
1K safe; 3K alarm
Off
On
1K safe, 3K alarm, 5K Ground, 7K Ground
On
On
6.8K safe, 24.8K alarm
Table 5-2: RRE Surface Mount DIP SW1 Switch Settings
RRE Surface Mount DIP SW3 Switch Settings
SW3
Termination
1
ON = TX Reader Comm Termination (com ACU to RRE)
2
ON = RX Reader Comm Termination (com ACU to RRE)
3
ON = Internally Terminate Zone 3 with 1 K ohm, OFF = Do not terminated
4
ON = Internally Terminate Zone 2 with 1 K ohm, OFF = Do not terminated
5
ON = Internally Terminate Zone 1 with 1 K ohm, OFF = Do not terminated
6
ON = Internally Terminate Zone 0 with 1 K ohm, OFF = Do not terminated
Table 5-3: RRE Surface Mount DIP Switch SW3 settings
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LEDs RRE Surface Mount Board
ON = Alarm, Flashing = Trouble, OFF = Alarm Secure unless stated otherwise
Z0
Zone 0 – Door Contact
Z1
Zone 1 – Rex to Exit
Z2
Zone 2 – Bond Sensor or Aux input 1
Z3
Zone 3 – Aux input 2
D17
ON – Aux Relay Activated
D18
ON – Door Strike Relay Activated
HB
Flashing once per second indicates CPU is up and running.
RX1
Flashing means RRE is receiving reader comm. data
TX1
Flashing means RRE is transmitting reader comm. data
ON
RRE has power
Table 5-4: LEDs for Surface Mount RRE
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RRE Circuit Board
Figure 5-2: RRE Circuit Board Component Locations
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Setting the DIP SW1 Switches on the RRE
The 6-position DIP switch (SW1) located on the RRE (Figure 5-1 and Figure 5-2) should be set according to Table 5-2.
NOTE: The switches are read at power-up (or reset) and will be ignored thereafter. If it is necessary
to change a setting, power MUST be cycled OFF then, AFTER the setting is changed, ON.
RRE DIP SW1 Switch Settings
Switch
Switches 1, 2 & 3
Communication Address:
Switches 4 & 5
Reader support
Switch 6
SW1
SW2
SW3
Address
OFF
OFF
OFF
0
ON
OFF
OFF
1
OFF
ON
OFF
2
ON
ON
OFF
3
OFF
OFF
ON
*4
ON
OFF
ON
*5
OFF
ON
ON
*6
ON
ON
ON
*7
SW4
SW5
OFF
OFF
Magnetic stripe on Track 2 or 3
OFF
ON
Wiegand
ON
OFF
Magnetic format on Wiegand input
ON
ON
Magnetic on Track 1
Spare
* Used with ACU2/16 option ONLY
Table 5-5: RRE DIP Switch Settings
NOTE: Previous to PROM Revision “ARDR8N”, Switch 3 was used to set the type of alarm termination.
Figure 5-3: Location of Components on the RRE
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RRE-HP Jumpers Settings
Figure 5-4: Location of Components on the RRE HP.
The 8 jumpers located on the RRE HP (see Figure 5-4). Table 5-6 and Table 5-7 defines the function of
the jumpers.
Jumper
Location
(1&2) = Terminated
(2&3)= Not Terminated
W2
RS-485 Transmit
W3
RS-485 Receive
W4
Terminates Zone Input Z0 with a 1k ohm resistor.
W5
Terminates Zone Input Z1 with a 1k ohm resistor. *
W6
Terminates Zone Input Z2 with a 1k ohm resistor.
W7
Terminates Zone Input Z3 with a 1k ohm resistor.
* If the Exit Push Button is not connected, then another 1k resistor must be installed across Zone Input Z1
Table 5-6: RRE HP Jumper Settings.
Jumper
Location
Jumper
Action
W8
1 and 2
Strike Relay Wet (24 VDC)
W8
*2 and 3
Strike Relay Dry
W9
1 and 2
Aux Relay Wet (24 VDC)
W9
*2 and 3
Aux Relay Dry
* Factory default
Table 5-7: RRE HP Jumper Settings
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RRE Alarm Zone Assignments
Reader Physical Zones
Z0*
Z1*
Z2
Z3
Reader 0
16
17
18
19
Reader 1
20
21
22
23
Reader 2
24
25
26
27
Reader 3
28
29
30
31
Reader 4
32
33
34
35
Reader 5
36
37
38
39
Reader 6
40
41
42
43
Reader 7
44
45
46
47
Table 5-8: RRE Alarm Numbers for the Host PC
* Defaults:
Z0: Door Contact
Z1: Exit Push Button
NOTE: If Z0 and Z1 are used for Door Contact and Exit Push Button then the alarm numbers in
these columns are used to report a trouble condition at the sensor.
Relay Assignments
DIAMOND Version 8.10 and Older
DIAMOND Version 8.11 and Newer
Reader
Reader
Reader 0 Door Strike Output
Reader 0 Aux Relay
17*
17
Reader 0 Door Strike Output
Reader 0 Aux Relay
16*
17
Reader 1 Door Strike Output
Reader 1 Aux Relay
19*
19
Reader 1 Door Strike Output
Reader 1 Aux Relay
18*
19
Reader 2 Door Strike Output
Reader 2 Aux Relay
21*
21
Reader 2 Door Strike Output
Reader 2 Aux Relay
20*
21
Reader 3 Door Strike Output
Reader 3 Aux Relay
23*
23
Reader 3 Door Strike Output
Reader 3 Aux Relay
22*
23
Reader 4 Door Strike Output
Reader 4 Aux Relay
25*
25
Reader 4 Door Strike Output
Reader 4 Aux Relay
24*
25
Reader 5 Door Strike Output
Reader 5 Aux Relay
27*
27
Reader 5 Door Strike Output
Reader 5 Aux Relay
26*
27
Reader 6 Door Strike Output
Reader 6 Aux Relay
29*
29
Reader 6 Door Strike Output
Reader 6 Aux Relay
28*
29
Reader 7 Door Strike Output
Reader 7 Aux Relay
31*
31
Reader 7 Door Strike Output
Reader 7 Aux Relay
30*
31
* To use the Reader's Door Strike relay instead of the ACU controller's relay
Table 5-9: RRE Relay Numbers
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Terminal Block Connector PIN Numbers on the RRE and Surface Mount
Table 5-10 though Table 5-13 show RRE terminal block wiring connections. Refer to Chapter 3, Table 3-49 for
applicable ACU controller connections and cable identifications.
RRE TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 0 Through 3
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Reader Terminal TB1.
Connected to:
Description
1
+24V
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-7 (+24V)
2
0V
Ground
ACU TB2-8 (0V)
3
+12V
+12 VDC 0.4 A max.
4
TX+
From ACU Expansion Port TX (+)
ACU TB2-9 (R1T+)
5
TX-
From ACU Expansion Port TX (-)
ACU TB2-10 (R1T-)
6
RX+
From ACU Expansion Port RX(+)
ACU TB2-11 (R1R+)
7
RX-
From ACU Expansion Port RX (-)
ACU TB2-12 (R1R-)
8
Z0+
Zone Input 0 (+) Door Contact
Door Contact
9
Z0-
Zone Input 0 (-)
Door Contact
10
Z1+
Zone Input 1 (+) REX
Exit Push Button
11
Z1-
Zone Input 1 (-)
Exit Push Button
12
Z2+
Zone Input 2 (+) - Aux. Input 1
13
Z2-
Zone Input 2 (-) - Aux. Input 1
14
Z3+
Zone Input 3 (+) - Aux. Input 2
15
Z3-
Zone Input 3 (-) - Aux. Input 2
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 5-10: RRE TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 0 Through 3
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NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 reader ports. Four readers may be multi-dropped on each port along with
Remote Relay Modules (RRM16-E1L) and Remote Input Modules (RIM16-E1L).
•
Install RS-485 termination at the end of the longest reader cable.
•
Readers should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub to the reader.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminating any unused zone inputs.
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RRE TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 4 Through 7
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Reader Terminal TB1.
Connected to:
Description
1
+24V
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-1 (+24V)
2
0V
Ground
ACU TB2-2 (0V)
3
12V
+12 VDC 0.4 A max.
4
TX+
From ACU TX (+)
ACU TB2-3 (R2T+)
5
TX-
From ACU TX (-)
ACU TB2-4 (R2T-)
6
RX+
From ACU RX(+)
ACU TB2-5 (R2R+)
7
RX-
From ACU RX (-)
ACU TB2-6 (R2R-)
8
Z0+
Zone Input 0 (+)
Door Contact
9
Z0-
Zone Input 0 (-)
Door Contact
10
Z1+
Zone Input 1 (+)
Exit Push Button
11
Z1-
Zone Input 1 (-)
Exit Push Button
12
Z2+
Zone Input 2 (+) - Aux Input 1
13
Z2-
Zone Input 2 (-) - Aux Input 1
14
Z3+
Zone Input 3 (+) - Aux Input 2
15
Z3-
Zone Input 3 (-) - Aux Input 2
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 5-11: RRE TB1 Wiring Connections - Readers 4 Through 7
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NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 module ports. Four readers may be multi-drop on each port along with
Remote Relay Modules (RRM16-E1L) and Remote Input Modules (RIM16-E1L)
•
Belden Cable numbers suggested:
•
No. 9329-22 AWG for 1000 ft. (305 m) max distance.
•
No. 9369-18 AWG for 4000 ft. (1220 m) max distance.
•
Two RS-485 Terminators are supplied with each ACU controller.
•
Install RS-485 termination at the end of the longest reader cable.
•
RS-485 terminator is part number ACU-EOLRS.
•
Readers should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub to the reader.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminate any unused zone inputs.
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RRE TB2 Wiring Connections
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Description
11
BUZ
Buzzer (active low)
10
GRN
Green LED (active low)
9
YEL
Yellow LED (active low)
8
RED
Red LED (active low)
7
+5V
+5 Volt output @ 300 mA
6
RCL
Data 1 or Mag Clock
5
RDA
Data 0 or Mag Data
4
0V
Ground
3
NC2
Aux Relay Normally Closed.
2
C2
Aux Relay Common
1
NO2
Aux Relay Normally Open
Cable Color
(Filled in by Installer)
Table 5-12: RRE TB-2 Wiring Connections
RRE TB3 Wiring Connections
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Description
1
KR1
1External
Keypad Row 1
2
KC0
1External
Keypad Column 0
3
KR0
1External
Keypad Row 0
4
KC1
1
External Keypad Column 1
5
KC2
1
External Keypad Column 2
6
KR2
1
External Keypad Row 2
7
KR3
1
External Keypad Row 3
8
TAM
Tamper Switch
9
0V
Tamper Switch Common
10
NC1
2
Door Strike Relay N.C. *
11
C1
2
Door Strike Relay Common. *
12
NO1
Door Strike Relay Normally
Open *
Cable Color
(Filled in by Installer)
Table 5-13: RRE TB-3 Wiring Connections
1
2 Can
Not included on the RRE Surface Mount version.
be configured for door strike output. Default for door strike is on the ACU Controller
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NOTE: Do not use the Remote Reader Electronics (RRE) Relays to switch any voltage above 30
volts.
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RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount (RREs)
RRE-2 Surface Mount
The RRE-2R (part numbers RRE02-E00 AND RRE2-E1L) Surface Mount Remote Reader Electronics
(Figure 5-6) provides the electronic interface between the ACU controller and two Wiegand card read
heads. The RRE-2 consists of the electronic circuit board, and the screw terminal connector board, connected together by a ribbon cable and is installed within a tampered enclosure. The RRE-2 provides the
card read head communication interface as well as eight supervised alarm inputs for door contact, and
request-to-exit. Any of the readers on the RRE-2 can be individually deactivated via DIP switch allowing
you to also use an RRE01-E1L on the same port. However the rules for the reader port still applies, 4
readers per ACU and 8 readers per ACUXL.
Warning:
Do not use the ACU controller, Remote Reader Electronics (RRE, RRE-2 or RRE-4),
Remote Input Module (RIM) or Remote Relay Module (RRM) to switch any voltage
above 30 volts. Failure to heed this WARNING: can cause death, personal injury or
damage to unit(s).
ACU
Controller
Reader Port
RRE-2
Reader
0 1
Reader 0
Reader 1
SW1 Switch 1 & 2 ON
RRE-2
Reader
0 1
Reader 2
Reader 3
SW1 Switch 3 & 4 ON
Figure 5-5: Overview for use of more than one Surface Mount RRE-2 on the same port.
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RRE-2 Surface Mount Component Layout
See Table 5-26
See Table 5-25
LEDs
See Table 5-27
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2
Z0 Z1 Z2 Z3 Z0 Z1 Z2 Z3
W3
HB RX TX ON
SW2
ON
See Table 5-16
See Table 5-14
and Table 5-15
W4
1
1
K3
K4
1
1
SW1
ON
See Table 5-20
J2
1
SW3
W2
ON
W1
See Table 5-18
1
1
K2
K1
Figure 5-6: RRE-2 Surface Mount Component Layout
Termination
Board Ribbon
Connector
See Table 5-37
+24V
0V
TX+
TXRX+
RX0V
D0
D1
RED
YEL
GRN
Z0+
Z0Z1+
Z1-
TB4-1
TB3-16
N0
NC
C
N0
NC
C
0V
0V
BUZ
Z2+
Z2Z3+
Z3-
DUAL READER RRE Term. Board
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TB3-1
LED
0V
TMP
+5V
+5V
+12V
+12V
0V
0V
BUZ
Z2+
Z2Z3+
Z3-
ACU
LED
TB1-16
READER 0
RELAY 0 RELAY 1
See Table 5-36
NO
NC
C
NO
NC
C
0V
D0
D1
RED
YEL
GRN
Z0+
Z0Z1+
Z1-
READER 1
RELAY 1 RELAY 0
TB2-1
TB1-1
TB4-13
See Table 5-39
See Table 5-38
Figure 5-7: PIN Locations on the Terminal Board of the SMT RRE2
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RRE-4 Surface Mount
The RRE-4 (part numbers RRE04-E00 and RRE04-E1L) Surface Mount Remote Reader Electronics
(Figure 5-9) provides the electronic interface between the ACU controller and two Wiegand card read
heads. The RRE-4 consists of the electronic circuit board, and the screw terminal connector board, connected together by a ribbon cable and is installed within a tampered enclosure (part number ACUENCRM). The RRE-4 provides the card read head communication interface, eight supervised alarm
inputs for door contact, and request-to-exit as well as eight AUX supervised alarm inputs. Any of the
readers on the RRE-4 can be individually deactivated via DIP switch allowing you to also use an RRE01E1L on the same port. However the rules for the reader port still applies, 4 readers per ACU and 8 readers per ACUXL.
Warning:
Do not use the ACU controller, Remote Reader Electronics RRE, RRE-2 or RRE-4),
Remote Input Module (RIM) or Remote Relay Module (RRM) to switch any voltage
above 30 volts. Failure to heed this WARNING: can cause death, personal injury or
damage to unit(s).
ACU
Controller
Reader Port
RRE-4
Reader
0 1
2 3
Reader 0
Reader 1
Reader 3
Reader 2
SW1 Switch 1, 2, 3 and 4 ON
Figure 5-8: Overview for use of one RRE-4 on the ACU port.
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RRE-4 Surface Mount Component Layout
See Table 5-27
LEDs
See Table 5-26
See Table 5-25
See Table 5-27
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4
See Table 5-22
K8
NO7
NC7
C7
NO6
NC6
C6
NO5
NC5
C5
NO4
NC4
W3
Z0 Z1 Z2 Z3 Z0 Z1 Z2 Z3 Z0 Z1 Z2 Z3 Z0 Z1 Z2 Z3 HB RX TX ON
SW2
ON
See Table 5-24
See Table 5-17
1
W8
W4
1
W7
1
W6
K5
See Table 5-23
K4
See Table 5-24
J2
See Table 5-18
8
W5
1
SW3
See Table 5-19
1
See Table 5-24
1
SW1
ON
K6
TB2
1
K3
1
K7
C4
1
See Table 5-14
& Table 5-15
W2
ON
See Table 5-21
1
W1
TB3
SW4
ON
1
1
K2
K1
TB1
- + - + - + - +
R3Z3 R3Z2 R2Z3 R2Z2
- + - + - + - +
R1Z3 R1Z2 R0Z3 R0Z2
Figure 5-9: RRE-4 Surface Mount Component Layout
Termination
Board Ribbon
Connector
TB2-16
TB4-1
TB3-16
See Table 5-40 See Table 5-41 See Table 5-42
RELAY 3RELAY 2
N0
NC
C
N0
NC
C
0V
R3D0
R3D1
RED
GRN
R3BUZ
R3 Z0+
R3 Z0R3 Z1+
R3 Z1R3 LED
+24V
0V
TX+
TXRX+
RX0V
R2D0
R2D1
RED
GRN
R2BUZ
R2 Z0+
R2 Z0R2 Z1+
R2 Z1-
ACU
TB3-1
R1 LED
R0 LED
TB1-16
TB2-1
0V
TMP
+5V
+5V
+12V
+12V
0V
R1D0
R1D1
RED
GRN
R1BUZ
R1 Z0+
R1 Z0R1 Z1+
R1 Z0-
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NO
NC
C
NO
NC
C
0V
D0
D1
RED
GRN
R0BUZ
R0 Z0+
R0 Z0R0 Z1+
R0 Z1-
R2 LED
TB1-1
TB4-16
See Table 5-44
Figure 5-10: PIN Locations on the Terminal Board of the SMT RRE-4
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DIP Switch Settings on the RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount
RRE-2 and RRE-4 DIP Switch SW1 for Reader Activation
The 8-position DIP switch (SW1) located on the RRE-2 (Figure 5-6) and RRE-4 (Figure 5-9) is used to
activate a connected reader and should be set according to Table 5-14.
NOTE: The switches are read constantly, any changes will take place immediately.
Switch
Switch
Function
7 OFF
1 ON
Reader address 0 present
7 OFF
2 ON
Reader address 1 present
7 OFF
3 ON
Reader address 2 present
7 OFF
4 ON
Reader address 3 present
7 ON
1 ON
Reader address 4 present
7 ON
2 ON
Reader address 5 present
7 ON
3 ON
Reader address 6 present
7 ON
4 ON
Reader address 7 present
Table 5-14: RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount DIP Switch SW1 Reader Settings
NOTE: If switches 1-4 are all "Off", the RRE-4 will not communicate to the ACU.
The Surface Mount RRE-2 and RRE-4 can only support lower reader addresses (0-3) or higher reader
addresses (4-7) at one time..
SW 5
OFF
ON
OFF
SW 6
OFF
OFF
ON
SW 8
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
Read Head
Magnetic Stripe
Wiegand
Magnetic Stripe on Wiegand
Table 5-15: RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount DIP Switch SW1 Reader Type Setting
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RRE-2 DIP Switch SW2 Zone Termination
The 8-position DIP switch (SW2) located on the RRE-2 (Figure 5-6) should be set according to
Table 5-16.
NOTE: The switches are dynamic. Changes will take effect immediately.
Switch
Function
1 ON
Reader 0, zone 0 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
2 ON
Reader 0, zone 1 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
3 ON
Reader 0, zone 2 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
4 ON
Reader 0, zone 3 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
5 ON
Reader 1, zone 0 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
6 ON
Reader 1, zone 1 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
7 ON
Reader 1, zone 2 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
8 ON
Reader 1, zone 3 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
Table 5-16: RRE-2 Surface Mount DIP Switch SW2 Zone Termination Settings
RRE-4 DIP Switch SW2 Zone Termination
The 8-position DIP switch (SW2) located on the RRE4 (Figure 5-9) should be set according to
Table 5-17.
NOTE: The switches are dynamic. Changes will take effect immediately.
Switch
Function
1 ON
Reader 0, zone 0 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
2 ON
Reader 0, zone 1 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
3 ON
Reader 1, zone 0 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
4 ON
Reader 1, zone 1 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
5 ON
Reader 2, zone 0 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
6 ON
Reader 2, zone 1 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
7 ON
Reader 3, zone 0 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
8 ON
Reader 3, zone 1 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
Table 5-17: RRE-4 Surface Mount DIP Switch SW2 Zone Termination Settings
RRE-2 and RRE-4 DIP Switch SW3 Communications Termination
The 2-position DIP switch (SW3) located on the RRE-2 (Figure 5-6) and RRE-4 (Figure 5-9) should be
set according to Table 5-18.
NOTE: The switches are dynamic. Changes will take effect immediately.
Switch
Function
1 ON
TX Reader Communications Terminated
2 ON
RX Reader Communications Terminated
Table 5-18: RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount DIP Switch SW3 Communications Termination Settings
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RRE-4 DIP Switch SW4 Zone Termination (RRE-4 Only)
The 8-position DIP switch (SW4) located on the RRE-4 (Figure 5-9) should be set according to
Table 5-19.
NOTE: The switches are dynamic. Changes will take effect immediately.
Switch
Function
1 ON
Reader 0, zone 2 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
2 ON
Reader 0, zone 3 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
3 ON
Reader 1, zone 2 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
4 ON
Reader 1, zone 3 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
5 ON
Reader 2, zone 2 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
6 ON
Reader 2, zone 3 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
7 ON
Reader 3, zone 2 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
8 ON
Reader 3, zone 3 Terminated with 1K ohm resistor
Table 5-19: RRE-4 Surface Mount DIP Switch SW4 Zone Termination Settings
Jumper W1-W4 on the RRE-2 Surface Mount
Table 5-20 defines the function of the 4 jumpers located on the RRE-2 (Figure 5-6).
Jumper
Pins 2 & 3 or Jumper
Removed
Pins 1 & 2
W1
Provides 24vdc for Reader 0 relay **
Dry Contacts*
W2
Provides 24vdc for Reader 0 AUX relay **
Dry Contacts*
W3
Provides 24vdc for Reader 1 relay **
Dry Contacts*
W4
Provides 24vdc for Reader 1 AUX relay **
Dry Contacts*
* Current for each relay contact limited to 2 Amps
** Current for each relay contact limited to .5 Amps
Table 5-20: RRE-2 Surface Mount Settings for Jumpers W1-W4
Connections for RRE-2 Surface Mount Termination Board
All connection are the same as the RRE-2 see (Table 5-36 through Table 5-39).
Connections for RRE-4 Surface Mount Board
Connections for terminal blocks TB1, TB2 and TB3 are located on the Surface Mount RRE-4. See Table 5-21
through Table 5-23 for these connections. TB4 connections are the same as for the standard RRE-4. See
Table 5-44.
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TB1 Connections Surface Mount RRE-4
PIN Number
PIN Label
1
+ R0Z2
2
- R0Z2
3
+ R0Z3
4
- R0Z3
5
+ R1Z2
6
- R1Z2
7
+ R1Z3
8
- R1Z3
Function
Reader 0 AUX Zone 2
Reader 0 AUX Zone 3
Reader 1 AUX Zone 2
Reader 1 AUX Zone 3
Table 5-21: RRE-4 Surface Mount TB1 Connections.
TB2 Connections Surface Mount RRE-4
PIN Number
Description
1
C4
2
NC4
3
NO4
4
C5
5
NC5
6
NO5
7
C6
8
NC6
9
NO6
10
C7
11
NC7
12
NO7
Function
AUX Relay 4
AUX Relay 5
AUX Relay 6
AUX Relay 7
Table 5-22: RRE-4 Surface Mount TB2 Connections.
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TB3 Connections Surface Mount RRE-4
PIN Number
PIN Label
1
+ R2Z2
2
- R2Z2
3
+ R2Z3
4
- R2Z3
5
+ R3Z2
6
- R3Z2
7
+ R3Z3
8
- R3Z3
Function
Reader 2 AUX Zone 2
Reader 2 AUX Zone 3
Reader 3 AUX Zone 2
Reader 3 AUX Zone 3
Table 5-23: RRE-4 Surface Mount TB3 Connections.
Jumper W1-W8 on the RRE-4 Surface Mount
Table 5-24 defines the function of the 8 jumpers located on the RRE-4 (Figure 5-9).
Jumper
Pins 2 & 3 or Jumper
Removed
Pins 1 & 2
W1
Provides 24vdc for Reader 0 relay **
Dry Contacts*
W2
Provides 24vdc for Reader 1 relay **
Dry Contacts*
W3
Provides 24vdc for Reader 2 relay **
Dry Contacts*
W4
Provides 24vdc for Reader 3 relay **
Dry Contacts*
W5
Provides 24vdc for Reader 0 AUX relay **
Dry Contacts*
W6
Provides 24vdc for Reader 1 AUX relay **
Dry Contacts*
W7
Provides 24vdc for Reader 2 AUX relay **
Dry Contacts*
W8
Provides 24vdc for Reader 3 AUX relay **
Dry Contacts*
* Current for each relay contact limited to 2 Amps.
** Current for each relay contact limited to .5 Amps.
Table 5-24: RRE-4 Surface Mount Settings for Jumpers W1-W8.
Status LEDs for RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount
Table 5-25 defines the function of the Relay LEDs located on RRE-2 (Figure 5-6) and the RRE-4 (Figure 5-9).
LED
Designation
Function
ON
Indicates Power Applied to Board
TX
Flashes when Transmitting Data
RX
Flashes when Receiving Data
HB
Heartbeat 1 Hz Flash-CPU is functioning correctly
Table 5-25: RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount Status LEDs.
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Input Zone LEDs for RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount
Table 5-26 defines the function of the Input zone LEDs located on RRE-2 (Figure 5-6) and the RRE-4 (Figure 5-9).
LED
Designation
Off=Secure / On=Alarm / Blink=Trouble
R0 Z0
Reader 0 Zone 0
R0 Z1
Reader 0 Zone 1
R0 Z2
Reader 0 Zone 2
R0 Z3
Reader 0 Zone 3
R1 Z0
Reader 1 Zone 0
R1 Z1
Reader 1 Zone 1
R1 Z2
Reader 1 Zone 2
R1 Z3
Reader 1 Zone 3
R2 Z0
Reader 2 Zone 0 - RRE-4 Only
R2 Z1
Reader 2 Zone 1 - RRE-4 Only
R2 Z2
Reader 2 Zone 2 - RRE-4 Only
R2 Z3
Reader 2 Zone 3 - RRE-4 Only
R3 Z0
Reader 3 Zone 0 - RRE-4 Only
R3 Z1
Reader 3 Zone 1 - RRE-4 Only
R3 Z2
Reader 3 Zone 2 - RRE-4 Only
R3 Z3
Reader 3 Zone 3 - RRE-4 Only
Table 5-26: RRE-4 Surface Mount Settings Input Zone LEDs.
Relay LEDs for RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount
Table 5-27 defines the function of the Relay LEDs located on RRE-2 (Figure 5-6) and the RRE-4 (Figure 5-9).
LED
Designation
RRE-2
RRE-4
D32
Reader 0 Strike (ON=Active)
Reader 0 Strike (ON=Active)
D37
Reader 0 AUX (ON=Active)
Reader 1 Strike (ON=Active)
D46
Reader 1 Strike (ON=Active)
Reader 2 Strike (ON=Active)
D49
Reader 1 AUX (ON=Active)
Reader 3 Strike (ON=Active)
D86
N/A
Reader 0 AUX (ON=Active)
D90
N/A
Reader 1 AUX (ON=Active)
D99
N/A
Reader 2 AUX (ON=Active)
D109
N/A
Reader 3 AUX (ON=Active)
Table 5-27: RRE-2 and RRE-4 Surface Mount Relay LEDs.
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RRE-2 and RRE-4
DIP Switch Settings on the RRE-2 and RRE-4
The 6-position DIP switch (SW1) located on the RRE-2 (Figure 5-11) and RRE-4 (Figure 5-12) should be
set according to Table 5-28.
NOTE: The switches are read constantly, any changes will take place immediately.
Switch
Function
Switch 1 – 1st Reader
ON – Reader present
Switch 2 – 2nd Reader
OFF – Reader not present
Switch 3 – 3rd Reader
Note: For RRE-2 use 1st and 2nd or
Switch 4 – 4th Reader
3rd and 4th readers only!
Switch 5 – Reader Type
OFF = Magnetic
ON = Wiegand or Proximity
Switch 6
Spare
Table 5-28: RRE-2 and RRE-4 DIP Switch Settings
NOTE: If switches 1-4 are all "Off", the RRE-4 will not communicate to the ACU.
RRE-2 Component Layout
Figure 5-11: RRE-2 Component Layout
See Table 5-29 for jumper settings.
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RRE-4 Components Layout
Figure 5-12: RRE-4 Component Layout
Jumper Settings on the RRE-2 and RRE-4
There are 14 jumpers located on the RRE-2 (Figure 5-11) and RRE-4 (Figure 5-12). Table 5-29 defines the function
of the jumpers.
Jumper
Pins 1 & 2
Pins 2 & 3 or Jumper
Removed
W15
Provides 24vdc through relay *
Dry Contacts
W14
Provides 24vdc through relay *
Dry Contacts
W13
Provides 24vdc through relay *
Dry Contacts
W12
Provides 24vdc through relay *
Dry Contacts
* Current for each relay contact limited to .5 Amps.
Reader#
RRE-2
Reader
0 or 1
Upper Address
PROM
5 or 7
Reader
2 or 3
Upper Address
PROM
4 or 6
Reader #
RRE-4
Reader 3
Reader 2
Reader 1
Reader 0
Down or Left (1&2) = Terminated
Up or Right (2&3) = Not Terminated
Jumper
W11
Terminates RS-485 Transmit
W10
Terminates RS-485 Receive
W9
Terminates Zone Input Z7 with a 1k-ohm resistor. *
W8
Terminates Zone Input Z6 with a 1k-ohm resistor.
W7
Terminates Zone Input Z5 with a 1k-ohm resistor. *
W6
Terminates Zone Input Z4 with a 1k-ohm resistor.
W5
Terminates Zone Input Z3 with a 1k-ohm resistor. *
W4
Terminates Zone Input Z2 with a 1k-ohm resistor.
W3
Terminates Zone Input Z1 with a 1k-ohm resistor. *
W2
Terminates Zone Input Z0 with a 1k-ohm resistor.
* If the Exit Push Button is not connected, then another 1k resistor must be installed across the Zone Input
Table 5-29: RRE-2 and RRE-4 Jumper Settings
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Power Up Self Test on the RRE-2 and RRE-4
The operation and status LED’s will light as follows:
“PH” LED
Description
0.25 second flash
Power on
0.50 second flash
RAM Test OK
1.00 second flash
PROM Test OK, initialization complete
Table 5-30: Power Up LED
Normal Operation on the RRE-2 and RRE-4
The operation and status LED’s will light as follows:
LED’s
Description
PH
1 second flash
TX
On when transmitting to the ACU
RX
On when receiving from the ACU
ON
On when power is applied
Relay LEDs
On when relay is activated
Table 5-31: Normal LED Indicators
Alarm Zone Assignments For RRE-4
RRE-4
Physical
Zones
Physical Zone Alarm
Numbers Reader’s 0 – 3 *
Physical Zone Alarm
Numbers Reader’s 4 – 7 *
R0Z0
16
32
R0Z1
17
33
R1Z0
20
36
R1Z1
21
37
R2Z0
24
40
R2Z1
25
41
R3Z0
28
44
R3Z1
29
45
Table 5-32: RRE-4 Alarm Numbers for Host PC
NOTE:
Defaults:
Z0, Z2, Z4, Z6: Door Contact
Z1, Z3, Z4, Z7: Exit Push Button
If zones inputs are used for Door Contact and Exit Push Button then the alarm numbers in these columns are used to report a trouble condition at the sensor.
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Relay Assignments For RRE-4
Version 8.10 and Older
Version 8.11 and Newer
READER
READER
Reader 0 Door Strike
17*
Reader 0 Door Strike
16*
Reader 1 Door Strike
19*
Reader 1 Door Strike
18*
Reader 2 Door Strike
21*
Reader 2 Door Strike
20*
Reader 3 Door Strike
23*
Reader 3 Door Strike
22*
Reader 4 Door Strike
25*
Reader 4 Door Strike
24*
Reader 5 Door Strike
27*
Reader 5 Door Strike
26*
Reader 6 Door Strike
29*
Reader 6 Door Strike
28*
Reader 7 Door Strike
31*
Reader 7 Door Strike
30*
* To use the RRE-4 Door Strike relay instead of the ACU controller's relay.
Table 5-33: RRE-4 Relay Numbers
Alarm Zone Assignments For RRE-2
RRE-2
Physical Zones
Physical Zone Alarm
Numbers Reader’s 0 – 3
Physical Zone Alarm
Numbers Reader’s 4 – 7
R0Z0
16
32
Switch
1 & 2 ON
Reader 0 or 1
R0Z1
17
33
R0Z2
18
34
R0Z3
19
35
Upper Address
PROM
Reader 5 or 7
R1Z0
20
36
R1Z1
21
37
R1Z2
22
38
R1Z3
23
39
R2Z0
24
40
R2Z1
25
41
R2Z2
26
42
R2Z3
27
43
R3Z0
28
44
R3Z1
29
45
R3Z2
30
46
R3Z3
31
47
Reader
Switch
3 & 4 ON
Reader 2 or 3
Upper Address
PROM
Reader 4 or 6
Table 5-34: RRE-2 Alarm Numbers for Host PC
NOTE: Only two readers may be connected to the RRE-2. They may be address only in pairs like 0
and 1 or 2 and 3, and with the upper address PROM installed address 4 and 5 or 6 and 7
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ACU
Controller
Reader Port
RRE-2
Reader
RRE-2
Reader
0 1
0 1
Reader 2
Reader 0
Reader 1
Reader 3
SW1 Switch 1 & 2 ON
SW1 Switch 3 & 4 ON
Figure 5-13: Overview for use of more than one RRE-2 on the same port.
Relay Assignments For RRE-2
Version 8.10 and Older
Version 8.11 and Newer
READER
READER
Reader 0 Door Strike
AUX Relay
17*
17
Reader 0 Door Strike
AUX Relay
16*
17
Reader 1 Door Strike
AUX Relay
19*
19
Reader 1 Door Strike
AUX Relay
18*
19
Reader 2 Door Strike
AUX Relay
21*
21
Reader 2 Door Strike
AUX Relay
20*
21
Reader 3 Door Strike
AUX Relay
23*
23
Reader 3 Door Strike
AUX Relay
22*
23
Reader 4 Door Strike
AUX Relay
25*
25
Reader 4 Door Strike
AUX Relay
24*
25
Reader 5 Door Strike
AUX Relay
27*
27
Reader 5 Door Strike
AUX Relay
26*
27
Reader 6 Door Strike
AUX Relay
29*
29
Reader 6 Door Strike
AUX Relay
28*
29
Reader 7 Door Strike
AUX Relay
31*
31
Reader 7 Door Strike
AUX Relay
30*
31
* To use the RRE-2 Door Strike relay instead of the ACU controller's relay.
Table 5-35: RRE-2 Relay Numbers
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Paired Reader Operation
Readers on the same ACU controller can be configured as paired readers. The configuration allows
readers to operate as 'in' and 'out' readers for a single door with or without exit push button. Paired readers share a single door contact. Mode changes for paired readers will affect both readers. Commands
sent to the first reader of the pair are accepted. Commands sent to the second reader of a pair are
ignored.
The door contact is wired to the first reader of the pair. Unused input zones can be used for more alarms
or terminated with a resistor (see Table 5-8).
The Door Strike can be configured to operate a single relay for a door or separate relays for a turnstile.
Keypad Access Request
An RRE can be configured from the host computer to allow a card number to be entered from the keypad
as well as accept card swipes. The number of digits to be entered is configurable from 1 to 9 digits.
The card number entered from the keypad is processed like a card swipe access request (except there is
no test for issue code) with or without an additional PIN keypad number. Digits are entered until the
∗
count is reached or the ' ' is entered. The '#' key clears currently entered digits.
RRE-2 Remote Reader Electronics
The RRE-2 Remote Reader Electronics (Figure 5-11) provides the electronic interface between the ACU
controller and two Wiegand card read heads. The RRE-2 consists of the electronic circuit board, and the
screw terminal connector board, connected together by a ribbon cable and is installed within a tampered
enclosure. The RRE-2 provides the card read head communication interface as well as eight supervised
alarm inputs for door contact, and request-to-exit. The RRE-4 can provide +12 and +5 volts for read
heads and motion detectors. The RRE-4 also provides four Single Pole Double Throw relays configurable for door strike relays
Any of the four readers on the RRE-2 can be individually deactivated via DIP switch allowing you to also
use an RRE01-E1L on the same port. However the rules of 4 readers per ACU reader port still applies.
Warning:
Do not use the ACU controller, Remote Reader Electronics RRE, RRE-2 or RRE-4),
Remote Input Module (RIM) or Remote Relay Module (RRM) to switch any voltage
above 30 volts. Failure to heed this WARNING: can cause death, personal injury or
damage to unit(s).
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Circuit Boards RRE-2
Figure 5-14: Shows the location of components discussed in this section.
Figure 5-15: RRE-2 Circuit Board Component Locations
NOTE: PROM will indicate “2 Reader Support”
See Table 5-29 for jumper settings.
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Connections to RRE-2
Table 5-36 though Table 5-39 show RRE-2 terminal block wiring connections. Refer to Chapter 3, Table
3-49 for applicable ACU controller connections and cable identifications.
TB1 Connections RRE-2
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Reader Terminal TB1.
Connected to:
1
NO
Relay 0 Normally Open
2
NC
Relay 0 Normally Closed
3
C
4
NO
Relay 1 Normally Open
5
NC
Relay 1 Normally Closed
6
C
Relay 1 Common
7
0V
Reader 0 Ground
8
D0
Reader 0 Data 0
9
D1
Reader 0 Data 1
10
RED LED
Reader 0 Red LED
11
YEL LED
Reader 0 Yellow LED
12
GRN LED
Reader 0 Green LED
13
Z0+
Reader 0 Zone Input 0 (+)
14
Z0-
Reader 0 Zone Input 0 (-)
15
Z1+
Reader 0 Zone Input 1 (+)
16
Z1-
Reader 0 Zone Input 1 (-)
Description
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Reader 0 Door Strike
Relay 0 Common
Reader 0 Aux Relay 1
Reader 0 Read Head
Reader 0 Door Contact
Reader 0 Exit Push Button
Table 5-36: RRE-2 TB1 Wiring Connections
This page can be photocopied
NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 reader ports. The RRE-2 may be multi-dropped on each port along with
Remote Relay Modules (RRM16-E1L) and Remote Input Modules (RIM16-E1L).
•
Terminate the last Module on the reader cable.
•
Remote Modules should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub.
•
The distance between the RRE-2 and the read head is limited to 500 feet maximum using 18-gauge
overall shielded cable. Always follow wiring instructions that come with the read head.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminating any unused zone inputs.
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TB2 Connections RRE-2
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
1
0V
Tamper Ground
2
TMP
Tamper Switch
3
+5V
+5 @ 800 Milli-Amps
4
+5V
5
+12V
6
+12V
7
0V
8
0V
9
BUZ
Reader 0 Buzzer
10
Z2+
Zone Input 2 (+)
11
Z2-
Zone Input 2 (-)
12
Z3+
Zone Input 3 (+)
13
Z3-
Zone Input 3 (-)
Reader Terminal TB2.
Connected to:
Description
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Enclosure’s Tamper Switch
+5 VDC Power
+12 @ 800 Milli-Amps
+12 VDC Power
0V Ground
0V Ground
Reader 0 Buzzer
Reader 0 Aux Input 2
Reader 0 Aux Input 3
Table 5-37: RRE-2 TB2 Wiring Connections
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NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 reader ports. The RRE-2 may be multi-dropped on each port along with
Remote Relay Modules (RRM16-E1L) and Remote Input Modules (RIM16-E1L).
•
Terminate the last Module on the reader cable.
•
Remote Modules should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub.
•
The distance between the RRE-2 and the read head is limited to 500 feet maximum using 18-gauge
overall shielded cable. Always follow wiring instructions that come with the read head.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminating any unused zone inputs.
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TB3 Connections RRE-2
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
1
+24V
2
0V
3
Reader Terminal TB1.
Connected to:
Description
24 VDC Input
ACU TB2-1 (+24V)
Ground
ACU TB2-2 (0V)
TX+
From Expansion Port TX (+)
ACU TB2-3 (R2T+)
4
TX-
From Expansion Port TX (-)
ACU TB2-4 (R2T-)
5
RX+
From Expansion Port RX (+)
ACU TB2-5 (R2R+)
6
RX-
From Expansion Port RX (-)
ACU TB2-6 (R2R-)
7
0V
Reader 1 Ground
8
D0
Reader 1 Data 0
9
D1
Reader 1 Data 1
10
RED LED
Reader 1 Red LED
11
YEL LED
Reader 1 Yellow LED
12
GRN LED
Reader 1 Green LED
13
Z0+
Reader 1 Zone Input 0 (+)
14
Z0-
Reader 1 Zone Input 0 (-)
15
Z1+
Reader 1 Zone Input 1 (+)
16
Z1-
Reader 1 Zone Input 1 (-)
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Reader 1 Read Head
Reader 1 Door Contact
Reader 1 Exit Push Button
Table 5-38: RRE-2 TB3 Wiring Connections
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NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 reader ports. The RRE-2 may be multi-dropped on each port along with
Remote Relay Modules (RRM16-E1L) and Remote Input Modules (RIM16-E1L).
•
Terminate the last Module on the reader cable.
•
Remote Modules should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub.
•
The distance between the RRE-2 and the read head is limited to 500 feet maximum using 18-gauge
overall shielded cable. Always follow wiring instructions that come with the read head.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminating any unused zone inputs.
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TB4 Connections RRE-2
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
1
NO
Relay 0 Normally Open
2
NC
Relay 0 Normally Closed
3
C
4
NO
Relay 1 Normally Open
5
NC
Relay 1 Normally Closed
6
C
7
0V
8
0V
9
Reader Terminal TB2.
Connected to:
Description
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Reader 1 Door Strike
Relay 0 Common
Reader 1 Aux Relay 1
Relay 1 Common
Reader 1 Ground
Reader 1 Groun
BUZ
Reader 1 Buzzer
Reader 1 Buzzer
10
Z2+
Reader 1 Zone Input 2 (+)
11
Z2-
Reader 1 Zone Input 2 (-)
12
Z3+
Reader 1 Zone Input 3 (+)
13
Z3-
Reader 1 Zone Input 3 (-)
Reader 1 Aux Input 2
Reader 1 Aux Input 3
Table 5-39: RRE-2 TB4 Wiring Connections
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NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 reader ports. The RRE-2 may be multi-dropped on each port along with
Remote Relay Modules (RRM16-E1L) and Remote Input Modules (RIM16-E1L)
•
Terminate the last Module on the reader cable.
•
Remote Modules should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub.
•
The distance between the RRE-2 and the read head is limited to 500 feet maximum using 18-gauge
overall shielded cable. Always follow wiring instructions that come with the read head.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors
•
Terminating any unused zone inputs.
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RRE-4 Remote Reader Electronics
The RRE-4 (part numbers RRE04-E00 and RRE04-E1L) Remote Reader Electronics (Figure 5-16) provides the electronic interface between the ACU controller and four Wiegand or Magstripe card read
heads. The RRE-4 consists of the electronic circuit board, and the screw terminal connector board, connected together by a ribbon cable and is installed within a tampered enclosure. The RRE-4 provides the
card read head communication interface as well as eight supervised alarm inputs for door contact, and
request-to-exit. The RRE-4 can provide +12 and +5 volts for read heads and motion detectors. The
RRE-4 also provides four Single Pole Double Throw relays configurable for door strike relays
Any of the four readers on the RRE-4 can be individually deactivated via DIP switch allowing you to also
use an RRE01-E1L on the same port. However the rules of 4 readers per ACU reader port still applies.
Warning:
Do not use the ACU controller, Remote Reader Electronics RRE, RRE-2 or RRE-4),
Remote Input Module (RIM) or Remote Relay Module (RRM) to switch any voltage
above 30 volts. Failure to heed this WARNING: can cause death, personal injury or
damage to unit(s).
Circuit Boards RRE-4
Ribbon Cable Connector to RRE Board
Relay 0
Relay 2
Relay 1
Relay 3
Reader 3
Terminal Block
Reader 0
Terminal Block
Reader 1
Terminal Block
Reader 2
Terminal Block
Figure 5-16: Shows the location of components discussed in this section
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Figure 5-17: RRE-4 Circuit Board Component Locations
See Table 5-29 for jumper settings.
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Connections RRE-4
Table 5-40 though Table 5-44 show RRE-4 terminal block wiring connections. Refer to Chapter 3, Table
3-49 for applicable ACU controller connections and cable identifications.
RRE-4 TB1 Connections
Pin
No.
PIN Label
Reader Terminal TB1.
Connected to:
1
NO
Relay 0 Normally Open
2
NC
Relay 0 Normally Closed
3
C
Relay 0 Common
4
NO
Relay 1 Normally Open
5
NC
Relay 1 Normally Closed
6
C
Relay 1 Common
7
0V
Reader 0 Ground
8
D0
Reader 0 Data 0
9
D1
Reader 0 Data 1
10
RED
Reader 0 Red LED
11
GRN
Reader 0 Green LED
12
BUZ
Reader 0 Buzzer Output
13
Z0+
Reader 0 Zone Input 0 (+)
14
Z0-
Reader 0 Zone Input 0 (-)
15
Z1+
Reader 0 Zone Input 1 (+)
16
Z1-
Reader 0 Zone Input 1 (-)
Description
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
1st Reader’s Door Strike
2nd Reader’s Door Strike
1st Reader’s Read Head
1st Reader Door Contact
1st Reader Exit Push Button
Table 5-40: RRE-4 TB1 Wiring Connections
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NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 reader ports. Two RRE-4s may be multi-dropped on each port only if an
ACU/16 is used, along with Remote Relay Modules (RRM) and Remote Input Modules (RIM).
•
Terminate the last Module on the reader cable.
•
Remote Modules should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub.
•
The distance between the RRE-4 and the read head is limited to 500 feet maximum using 18-gauge
overall shielded cable. Always follow wiring instructions that come with the read head.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminating any unused zone inputs.
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TB2 Connections RRE-4
Pin
No.
PIN Label
1
0V
Tamper Ground
2
TMP
Tamper Switch
3
+5V
4
+5V
5
+12V
6
+12V
7
0V
Reader 1 Ground
8
D0
Reader 1 Data 0
9
D1
Reader 1 Data 1
10
RED
Reader 1 Red LED
11
GRN
Reader 1 Green LED
12
BUZ
Reader 1 Buzzer Output
13
Z2+
Reader 1 Zone Input 0 (+)
14
Z2-
Reader 1 Zone Input 0 (-)
15
Z3+
Reader 1 Zone Input 1 (+)
16
Z3-
Reader 1 Zone Input 1 (-)
Reader Terminal TB2.
Connected to:
Description
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Enclosure’s Tamper Switch
+5 @ 800 Milli-Amps
+5 VDC Power
+12 @ 800 Milli-Amps
+12 VDC Power
2nd Reader’s Read Head
2nd Reader’s Door Contact
2nd Reader’s Exit Push
Button
Table 5-41: RRE-4 TB2 Wiring Connections
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NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 reader ports. Two RRE-4s may be multi-dropped on each port only if an
ACU/16 is used, along with Remote Relay Modules (RRM) and Remote Input Modules (RIM).
•
Terminate the last Module on the reader cable.
•
Remote Modules should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub.
•
The distance between the RRE-4 and the read head is limited to 500 feet maximum using 18-gauge
overall shielded cable. Always follow wiring instructions that come with the read head.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminating any unused zone inputs.
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Readers 0 through 3 or 8 through 11 (ACU Reader Port #1)
TB3 Connections RRE-4
Pin
No.
PIN Label
1
+24V
2
0V
3
Reader Terminal TB3.
Connected to:
Description
24 VDC Input
ACU TB2-7 (+24V)
Ground
ACU TB2-8 (0V)
TX+
From Expansion Port TX (+)
ACU TB2-9 (R1T+)
4
TX-
From Expansion Port TX (-)
ACU TB2-10 (R1T-)
5
RX+
From Expansion Port RX (+)
ACU TB2-11 (R1R+)
6
RX-
From Expansion Port RX (-)
ACU TB2-12 (R1R-)
7
0V
Reader 2 Ground
8
D0
Reader 2 Data 0
9
D1
Reader 2 Data 1
10
RED
Reader 2 Red LED
11
GRN
Reader 2 Green LED
12
BUZ
Reader 2 Buzzer Output
13
Z0+
Reader 2 Zone Input 0 (+)
14
Z0-
Reader 2 Zone Input 0 (-)
15
Z1+
Reader 2 Zone Input 1 (+)
16
Z1-
Reader 2 Zone Input 1 (-)
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
3rd Reader’s Read Head
3rd Reader’s Door Contact
3rd Reader’s Exit Push
Button
Table 5-42: RRE-4 TB3 Wiring Connections
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NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 reader ports. Two RRE-4s may be multi-dropped on each port only if an
ACU/16 is used, along with Remote Relay Modules (RRM) and Remote Input Modules (RIM).
•
Terminate the last Module on the reader cable.
•
Remote Modules should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub.
•
The distance between the RRE-4 and the read head is limited to 500 feet maximum using 18-gauge
overall shielded cable. Always follow wiring instructions that come with the read head.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminating any unused zone inputs.
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Readers 4 through 7 or 12 through 15 (ACU Reader Port #2)
TB3 Connections RRE-4
Pin
No.
PIN Label
1
+24V
2
0V
3
Reader Terminal TB3.
Connected to:
Description
24 VDC Input
ACU TB2-1 (+24V)
Ground
ACU TB2-2 (0V)
TX+
From ACU TX (+)
ACU TB2-3 (R1T+)
4
TX-
From ACU TX (-)
ACU TB2-4 (R1T-)
5
RX+
From ACU RX (+)
ACU TB2-5 (R1R+)
6
RX-
From ACU RX (-)
ACU TB2-6 (R1R-)
7
0V
3rd Reader Ground
8
D0
3rd Reader’s Data 0
9
D1
3rd Reader’s Data 1
10
RED
3rd Reader’s Red LED
11
GRN
3rd Reader’s Green LED
12
BUZ
3rd Reader’s Buzzer
13
Z0+
Zone Input 4 (+)
14
Z0-
Zone Input 4 (-)
15
Z1+
Zone Input 5 (+)
16
Z1-
Zone Input 5 (-)
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
3rd Reader’s Read Head
3rd Reader’s Door Contact
3rd Reader’s Exit Push
Button
Table 5-43: RRE-4 TB3 Wiring Connections
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NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 reader ports. Two RRE-4s may be multi-dropped on each port only if an
ACU/16 is used, along with Remote Relay Modules (RRM) and Remote Input Modules (RIM).
•
Terminate the last Module on the reader cable.
•
Remote Modules should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub.
•
The distance between the RRE-4 and the read head is limited to 500 feet maximum using 18-gauge
overall shielded cable. Always follow wiring instructions that come with the read head.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminating any unused zone inputs.
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TB4 Connections RRE-4
Pin
No.
PIN Label
Reader Terminal TB4.
Connected to:
1
NO
Relay 2 Normally Open
2
NC
Relay 2 Normally Closed
3
C
4
NO
Relay 3 Normally Open
5
NC
Relay 3 Normally Closed
6
C
Relay 3 Common
7
0V
Reader 3 Ground
8
D0
Reader 3 Data 0
9
D1
Reader 3 Data 1
10
RED
Reader 3 Red LED
11
GRN
Reader 3 Green LED
12
BUZ
Reader 3 Buzzer
13
Z0+
Reader 3 Zone Input 6 (+)
14
Z0-
Reader 3 Zone Input 6 (-)
15
Z1+
Reader 3 Zone Input 7 (+)
16
Z1-
Reader 3 Zone Input 7 (-)
Description
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
3rd Reader’s Door Strike
Relay 2 Common
4th Reader’s Door Strike
4th Reader’s Read Head
4th Reader Door Contact
4th Reader Exit Push Button
Table 5-44: RRE-4 TB4 Wiring Connections
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NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 reader ports. Two RRE-4s may be multi-dropped on each port only if an
ACU/16 is used, along with Remote Relay Modules (RRM) and Remote Input Modules (RIM).
•
Terminate the last Module on the reader cable.
•
Remote Modules should be Multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub.
•
The distance between the RRE-4 and the read head is limited to 500 feet maximum using 18-gauge
overall shielded cable. Always follow wiring instructions that come with the read head.
•
Belden Cable No. 9409-18 suggested for door strikes.
•
Belden Cable No. 9407-22 AWG suggested for zone sensors.
•
Terminating any unused zone inputs.
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Paired Reader Operation
Readers on the same ACU controller can be configured as paired readers. The configuration allows
readers to operate as 'in' and 'out' readers for a single door with or without exit push button. Paired readers share a single door contact. Mode changes for paired readers will affect both readers. Commands
sent to the first reader of the pair are accepted. Commands sent to the second reader of a pair are
ignored.
The door contact is wired to the first reader of the pair. Unused input zones can be used for more alarms
or terminated with a resistor (see Table 5-34).
The Door Strike can be configured to operate a single relay for a door or separate relays for a turnstile.
Keypad Access Request
An RRE-4 can be configured from the host computer to allow a card number to be entered from the keypad as well as accept card swipes. The number of digits to be entered is configurable from 1 to 9 digits.
The card number entered from the keypad is processed like a card swipe access request (except there is
no test for issue code) with or without an additional PIN keypad number. Digits are entered until the
∗
count is reached or the ' ' is entered. The '#' key clears currently entered digits.
RRE-4 Remote Reader Electronics
The RRE-4 Remote Reader Electronics (Figure 5-17) provides the electronic interface between the ACU
controller and four Wiegand card read heads. The RRE-4 consists of the electronic circuit board, and the
screw terminal connector board, connected together by a ribbon cable and is installed within a tampered
enclosure. The RRE-4 provides the card read head communication interface as well as twelve supervised alarm inputs for door contact, and request-to-exit an d+5 volts for read heads and motion detectors. The RRE-4 also provides four Single Pole Double Throw relays configurable for door strike relays.
The RRE-2A can provide 8 Supervised input for door contact, and request-to-exit. Any of the four readers on the RRE-2A can also be individually deactivated via DIP switch allowing you to use an RRE01E1L on the same port. However the rules of 4 readers per ACU reader port still applies.
Warning:
Do not use the ACU controller, Remote Reader Electronics RRE, RRE-2 or RRE-4),
Remote Input Module (RIM) or Remote Relay Module (RRM) to switch any voltage
above 30 volts. Failure to heed this WARNING: can cause death, personal injury or
damage to unit(s).
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Magstripe Extender (IGR-RMSMAG-EXT)
If the distance from a RMS-10 to its RRE extends beyond 12 feet (3.64 meters), a Magstripe Extender
must be used. The maximum distance from RMS-10 to the RRE is 500 feet (160 meters).
Part #135362 includes the converter and a 12” cable for the RMS-10 side.
A 12-foot cable with RJ-45 connector on one end, Part# 134812-1, can be spliced to installer provided
cable to connect the Magstripe Extender to the RRE, or the installer may choose to terminate the cable
with a RJ-45 connector directly.
RJ-45 Cable From RMS-10
RJ-45 Cable to RRE
Pin
See
Notes
Function
1
0V
X
0V
TB2-4
2
RCL
T
D1
TB2-6
3
RDA
E
D0
TB2-5
4
+5V
N
+5V
TB2-7
5
Green LED
D
Green LED
TB2-10
6
Yellow LED
E
Yellow LED
TB2-9
7
Red LED
R
Red LED
TB2-8
8
FR GRND
See notes
0V
TB2-4
Function
RRE Pin
E
Table 5-45: RJ-45 Cable From RMS-10 and RRE
DIP Switch SW1
4
5
RRE01-E1L
ON
OFF
RRE-2, 4
ACU-R2 & ACU-R4
N/A
OFF
Table 5-46: RRE Switch setting
NOTES:
•
The extender is not required when connecting a magstripe reader to an RRE1 providing dipswitch
SW1 – 4 & 5 on the RRE are set properly.
•
RJ-45 pin numbering convention—With the open end of the receptacle facing the viewer and the RJ45 clip/stay in the up position, Pin 1 starts from the left. See Figure 5-21 or Figure 5-23.
•
FR GRND is used for local static suppression and is tied to 0 V at the RRE.
•
Revision J or higher EPROM must be installed on the RRE.
•
For purposes of clarity RDA is the Magstripe equivalent of the Wiegand D0 and RCL the same of D1.
These are labeled RDA & RCL on the RRE and RxD0 & RxD1 on the RRE-4. What these inputs do
depends on the DIP switch 5 setting (ON for Wiegand data, OFF for Magstripe) and the attached
reader technology.
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4 Port RS-485 Expander
This section contains instructions on installing and wiring the 4 Port RS-485 Expander. The RS-485
Expander installations have not been evaluated by UL. The 4 Port RS-485 Expander may not be
installed within the ACU enclosure if the installation is to be UL 1076 and/or UL 294 approved.
NOTE: See Table A-13 for information about hardware model numbers.
The RS-485 Expander was designed to support remote reader electronics (RRE) connected in a ‘star’
arrangement. Since the device used standard RS-485 protocol, installers can also utilize the expander
with ACU devices.
This configuration is useful on installations that have existing readers wired back to one location. Connecting a ‘slave’ board to the 4-Port RS-485 Expander can double its capacity.
NOTE: This device is intended only for retrofit projects and will not have UL approval.
Below is a block diagram example of a possible configuration using the 4-Port Expander with several
RRE Readers.
Figure 5-18: Reader Star Configuration with 4-Port Expander
Each ACU controller has 2 Reader ports. Four readers may be multi-dropped on each port along with
Remote Relay Modules (RRM) and Remote Input Modules (RIM).
The combined distance of all RS-485 branches cannot exceed 4000 feet.
Terminate the RS-485 loop at the start and at the device farthest from the 4-Port RS-485 Expander.
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Connections for the 4-Port RS-485 Expander
TB1
(Port A)
+24V
Description
From ACU connector
TB2 (Red)
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-7 (+24V)
Ground
ACU TB2-8 (0V)
TX+
From ACU TX (+)
ACU TB2-9 (R1T+)
TX-
From ACU TX (-)
ACU TB2-10 (R1T-)
RX+
From ACU RX(+)
ACU TB2-11 (R1R+)
RX-
From ACU RX (-)
ACU TB2-12 (R1R-)
0V
Cable Color
(Filled by Installer)
Table 5-47: Wiring Connections from 4-Port RS-485 Expander to ACU-2 Reader Port 1. (TB1)
TB1
(Port A)
+24V
Description
ACU connector TB2
(Red)
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-1 (+24V)
Ground
ACU TB2-2 (0V)
TX+
From ACU TX (+)
ACU TB2-3 (R1T+)
TX-
From ACU TX (-)
ACU TB2-4 (R1T-)
RX+
From ACU RX(+)
ACU TB2-5 (R1R+)
RX-
From ACU RX (-)
ACU TB2-6 (R1R-)
0V
Cable Color
(Filled by Installer)
Table 5-48: Wiring Connections from 4-Port RS-485 Expander to ACU-2 Reader Port 2. (TB1)
TB2 –
TB5
Description
+24V
RRE connector TB1:
+ 24 Volts In
TB1-1 (+24V)
Ground
TB1-2 (0V)
TX+
Transmit plus from
Expander Port.
TB1-4 (TX+)
TX-
Transmit neg, from
Expander Port.
TB1-5 (TX-)
RX+
Receive plus from
Expander Port.
TB1-6 (RX+)
RX-
Receive neg. from
Expander Port
TB1-7 (RX-)
0V
Cable Color
(Filled by Installer)
Table 5-49: Typical Wiring Connections 4-Port RS-485 Expander (TB2 through TB5) to RRE
This page can be photocopied.
NOTES:
•
•
•
Each ACU controller has 2 reader ports. One 4-Port RS-485 Expander can be connected on each
port along with RREs, Remote Relay Modules (RRM) and Remote Input Modules (RIM).
Belden Cable numbers suggested: 9842-24 AWG for 4000-ft. (1220 meters) maximum distance and
use Belden 9409-18 to power the remote modules for 4000-ft. (1220 meters) maximum distance.
‘T’ Tapping of the RS-485 circuit should be avoided, but if necessary should not exceed 10
feet.
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4-Port RS-485 Expander Component Location Boards Only
Figure 5-19: Four-Port RS485 Expander Component Location (135187-01 Board Only)
Figure 5-20: Four-Port RS485 Expander (4 Port Add-on) Component Location (135187-02 Board Only)
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4 Port RS-485 Expander
NOTE: The 4 port Add-On module comes equipped with a ribbon cable connected at J1 that plugs
into J2 on the master expander board.
RS-485 Termination Jumpers
Master Expander
4 Port Add-On Expander (Optional
Jumper
Function
Jumper
Function
W1
PORT A – TRANSMIT (TB1-TX)
W1
NOT PRESENT
W2
PORT A – RECEIVE (TB1-RX)
W2
NOT PRESENT
W3
PORT 1 – TRANSMIT (TB2-TX)
W3
PORT 5 – TRANSMIT (TB2-TX)
W4
PORT 2 – TRANSMIT (TB3-TX)
W4
PORT 6 – TRANSMIT (TB3-TX)
W5
PORT 3 – TRANSMIT (TB4-TX)
W5
PORT 7 – TRANSMIT (TB4-TX)
W6
PORT 4 – TRANSMIT (TB5-TX)
W6
PORT 8 – TRANSMIT (TB5-TX)
W7
PORT 1 – RECEIVE (TB2-RX)
W7
PORT 5 – RECEIVE (TB2-RX)
W8
PORT 2 – RECEIVE (TB3-RX)
W8
PORT 6 – RECEIVE (TB3-RX)
W9
PORT 3 – RECEIVE (TB4-RX
W9
PORT 7 – RECEIVE (TB4-RX
W10
PORT 4 – RECEIVE (TB5-RX)
W10
PORT 8 – RECEIVE (TB5-RX)
Table 5-50: RS-485 Termination Jumpers
•
POSITION 1 & 2 = TERMINATED
•
POSITION 2 & 3 = NOT TERMINATED
NOTE: Terminate the RS-485 loop at the start and on the farthest reader from the ACU controller.
DIP Switch Settings
When ordering, use the following model (part) number:
Switch
Function
SW1-1
PORT 1
SW1-2
PORT 2
SW1-3
PORT 3
SW1-4
PORT 4
SW1-5
PORT 5*
SW1-6
PORT 6*
SW1-7
PORT 7*
SW1-8
PORT 8*
NCEX-1 (135195)
One (1) Master Board in 12”x12”x4” enclosure with tamper switch.
NCEX-2 (135193)
One (1) 135187-01 Master Board and One (1) 135187-02 Add-On
board in 12”x12”x4” enclosure with tamper switch.
NCEX-3 (135194)
Two (2) 135187-01 Master boards in 12”x12”x4” enclosure with
tamper switch.
Table 5-51: DIP Switch Settings
•
OFF = PORT DISABLED
•
ON = PORT ENABLED
* PORTS 5-8 RESIDE ON OPTIONAL ADD-ON EXPANDER UNIT.
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LED Definitions
Master Expander
LED No.
Add-On Expander (Optional)
Function
LED No.
Function
LED1 / +5V
Unit Powered on
LED2 / TXA
Port A – Receive Data
LED3 / RXA
Port A – Transmit Data
LED4 / RX1
Port 1 – Receive Data
LED4 / RX1
Port 5 – Receive Data
LED5 / RX2
Port 2 – Receive Data
LED5 / RX2
Port 6 – Receive Data
LED6 / RX3
Port 3 – Receive Data
LED6 / RX3
Port 7 – Receive Data
LED7 / RX4
Port 4 – Receive Data
LED7 / RX4
Port 8 – Receive Data
Table 5-52: LED Definitions
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RRE Reader and Keypad Connections
GE Security Proximity Readers 240 and 245
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for RRE terminal identification. Table 5-53 shows the wiring connections for the GE Security Proximity readers to the RRE. Always follow the instructions that come with
the GE Security readers. See Table A-13 for current part number information.
See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
PIN #
Function
Connection to RRE
1
Buzzer
TB2-11 (BUZ)
2
0V
TB2-4 (0 V)
3
12 vdc
TB1-3 (12V)
4
Not Used
No Connection
5
Not Used
No Connection
6
Not Used
No Connection
7
Green LED
TB2-10 (GRN)
8
Red LED
TB2-8 (RED)
9
Not Used
No Connection
10
Not Used
No Connection
11
Data 0
TB2-5 (Rda)
12
Data 1
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Table 5-53: Wiring GE Security Proximity Readers 240 and 245 to the RRE
The reader can be installed up to a maximum cable distance of 500 feet (152 meters) from the RRE.
Use as seven conductor stranded wire with an overall shield. The 240 (reader only) hooks up identical to the 245
(reader with keypad). Shield must be connected to earth ground at one end only.
NOTE: Both readers must use the Custom Wiegand format (settings shown below) and minimum
firmware version 5.68.00 for ACUXL and ACURS2/4 or version 2.66.00 for ACU2, ACU2R2
or ACU2R4.
When using GE Security readers a Custom Wiegand card format must be set up
in the software. Use the information listed on the right for setting up the custom
card format and the Software User Guides below on how to set them up.
For Diamond II Software see Custom Card Format in Chapter 6.
For Sapphire Pro Software see Variable Card Page Chapter 7.
Length = 48 bits, No Parity
CC = 1/8 (mfg id inverted)
FC = 2/0
C# = 17/32
IC = 2/0
RRE Switch SW1 must be set as shown below when using the GE Security reader
Set RRE for standard Wiegand output
DIP Switch SW1
4
5
RRE01-E1L
OFF
ON
RRE-2, 4
ACU-R2 & ACU-R4
N/A
ON
Table 5-54: RRE Switch setting when using GE Security Reader
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K11 Keypad
K11 and RMS-10 Wiring To RRE
The K11 Keypad extends the maximum cable length to the RRE from 25 feet (8 meters) to 500 feet (160
meters) by utilizing a Wiegand output. RMS-10 Mullion read-head may be added to the K-11
(Model IGR-K11WLGW) using RJ-45 telephone cables. (See Table A-13 for current part number information.) A built-in converter takes the magnetic stripe data from the RMS-10 and changes it into a Wiegand compatible (TTL) output. Use Figure 5-21, Figure 5-22, and Table 5-55 for pin-outs when attaching
the supplied cable.
Figure 5-21: Rear View of the RMS-10, (left) and a Rear View of the K11 Keypad. (right)
K11 To RRE Wiring
J1 on K11
RJ45 Cable
from J1 to RRE
Pin 1
TB2-4
0V
Pin 2
TB2-6
Rcl (D1)
Pin 3
TB2-5
Rda (D0)
Pin 4
TB2-7
+5V
Pin 5
TB2-10
Green LED
Pin 6
TB2-9
Yellow LED
Pin 7
TB2-8
Red LED
Pin 8
TB2-11
Buzzer
Description
Table 5-55: K11 To RRE Wiring
NOTE: If the K11 is not mounted on a grounded electrical box, the frame of the K11 must be connected to an earth ground wire (insert lug under lower left PCB mounting screw).
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RRE Switch setting for K11
DIP Switch SW1
4
5
RRE01-E1L
ON
OFF
RRE-2, 4
ACU-R2 & ACU-R4
N/A
OFF
Table 5-56: RRE Switch setting for K11
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Jumper configuration For Reader Support
Figure 5-22: K11 Board only PN-IGR-K11WLGW with LEDs, PN-IGR-K11NLWG without LEDs
Jumper Configuration
If using a Magnetic read head, jumpers W1 and W2 should be set to position A-B.
If using a Wiegand read head, jumpers W1 and W2 should be set to position B-C.
The W1 and W2 jumpers only appear on K11 board PN- 135376-01 and 02 Rev-A and above or on
assembled K11 Keypad revision B, PN-135375-01 and 02 Rev-B or above.
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RMSC-11 IGS Smart Card Reader with K11 Keypad
The RMSC-11 is the RMSC-10 Mullion Smart Reader added to the K-11 Keypad (IGR-K11WLGW) using
RJ-45 telephone cables (IGS PN-OTD60-134812-1 REV.A). Use Figure 5-23, Figure 5-22, and
Table 5-57 for pin-outs when attaching the supplied cable.
Figure 5-23: Rear View of the RMSC-10, (left) and a Rear View of the K11 Keypad. (right)
K11 To RRE Wiring
J1 on K11
RJ45 Cable
from J1 to RRE
Description
Pin 1
TB2-4
0V
Pin 2
TB2-6
Rcl (D1)
Pin 3
TB2-5
Rda (D0)
Pin 4
TB2-7
+5V
Pin 5
TB2-10
Green LED
Pin 6
TB2-9
Yellow LED
Pin 7
TB2-8
Red LED
Pin 8
TB2-11
Buzzer
Table 5-57: K11 To RRE Wiring
NOTE: If the K11 is not mounted on a grounded electrical box, the frame of the K11 must be connected to an earth ground wire (insert lug under lower left PCB mounting screw).
RRE Switch setting for K11 when use with the RMSC-10 Reader
DIP Switch SW1
4
5
RRE01-E1L
OFF
ON
RRE-2, 4
ACU-R2 & ACU-R4
N/A
ON
Table 5-58: RRE Switch setting for K11 when used with the RMSC-10 Reader
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K12 (ESSEX) X-Y (3x4) MATRIX TOUCHPAD Wiring To RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for terminal identification. shows the wiring connections for the InfoGraphic
K12 Part #134829 X-Y (3x4) Matrix Touchpad Keypad (Essex Model KTP-32335SN). See Table A-13 for current
GE part number information.
Always follow the instructions that come with the reader.
See UL Specifications Section for additional information.
Color
Description
Red
Input Voltage
RRE
TB2-7
+5V
Black
Ground
TB2-4
0V
Pink
Red LED
TB2-8
Red
White
Green LED
TB2-10
Grn
Gray
Column 1
TB3-2
KC0
Violet
Column 2
TB3-4
KC1
Orange
Column 3
TB3-5
KC2
Brown
Row 1
TB3-3
KR0
Blue
Row 2
TB3-1
KR1
Green
Row 3
TB3-6
KR2
Yellow
Row 4
TB3-7
KR3
Table 5-59: Wiring K12 (Essex) X-Y (3x4) Matrix Keypad
Figure 5-24: K12 (Essex) X-Y (3x4) Matrix Touchpad (PN 134829)
K14 (ESSEX) 2x6 Keypad Wiring To RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for terminal identification. Table 5-60 shows the wiring connections for the
InfoGraphic K14 Part #135657 2x6 Touchpad Keypad (Essex).
Always follow the instructions that come with the reader.
See UL Specifications Section for additional information
Color
Description
RRE
Red
Input Voltage
TB2-7 +5V
Black
Ground
TB2-4 0V
Green
Data 0
TB2-5 RDA
White
Data 1
TB2-6 RCL
Tan
Case Ground connect to earth
ground
Table 5-60: Wiring K14 (Essex) 2x6 Keypad
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Figure 5-25: K14 (Essex) 2x6 Keypad (PN 135657
Using 2x6 Keypad with the RMS10 for Alarm Masking
In order to utilize the K14 (Essex) 2x6 Thinline Keypad in conjunction with the RMS10 for Alarm Masking
purposes, the following steps should be used.
1.
Disconnect power to the RRE
2.
Remove the PROM from the RRE-4.
NOTE:
The notch in the end of the PROM faces the communications LED’s
3.
Place the new PROM labeled “RRE-4 AC D335” in the socket making sure to insert it with the notched
end toward the communications status LED’s.
4.
Connect the green wire of the keypad to the terminal marked DATA 0. This wire will be connected to the
same terminal with the RMS-10 DATA 0 wire.
5.
Connect the white wire from the keypad to the terminal marked Data 1. This wire will be connected to the
same terminal as the RMS-10 Data 1 wire.
6.
Connect the red wire of the keypad to the +12V terminal. Configure the jumper on the back of the keypad
for a 12-volt input.
7.
Connect the black wire of the keypad to the 0V terminal of the RRE-4.
Please refer to the proper section of this manual for connecting the RMS-10.
NOTE: The RRE-4 does not support the yellow WAIT LED. It is advisable to set the reader configuration option “Area Secure LED Option Blink” to blink when the security area is secure. This
will let cardholders know to open the area, as there is no LCD display for feedback.
K13 (ESSEX) 26 Bit Wiegand TOUCHPAD Wiring To RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for RRE terminal identification. Table 5-61 shows the wiring connections for the InfoGraphic K13 Part #135105 26 BIT Wiegand Touchpad Keypad (Essex). See Table A13 for current GE part number information.
Always follow the instructions that come with the reader.
See UL Specifications Section for additional information.
Color
Red
Description
RRE
Input Voltage
TB2-7 +5V
Black
Ground
TB2-4 0V
Brown
Red LED
TB2-10 Grn
Green
Data 0
TB2-5 RDA
White
Data 1
TB2-6 RCL
Tan
Case Ground connect to earth ground
Table 5-61: Wiring K13 (Essex) 26 Bit Wiegand Keypad
Figure 5-26: K13 (Essex) 26 Bit Wiegand Touchpad (PN135105)
For any other wiring information refer to the Essex documentation that comes with the keypad.
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SENSOR WR-1 Wiegand Read Head Output Wiring To RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for RRE terminal identification. Table 5-62 shows wiring color
code identification; use it as a guide for making the user-supplied cable.
See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Figure 5-27: Front view of Sensor Wiegand reader
Wire Color Code
Description
Connection to RRE
Red
+5 Volts
TB2-7 (+5V)
Brown
LED
TB2-10 (Grn)
White
Data 1
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Green
Data 0
TB2-5 (Rda)
Black
Ground
TB2-4 (0V)
Blue
Data Hold
No Connection
Table 5-62: Wiegand Read Head to RRE
NOTE: On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to ON. See Figure 5-1.
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RMS-10 IGS Magnetic Mullion Read Head Wiring To RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for RRE terminal identification. Figure 5-31 shows the IGS Mullion reader and Table 5-63 shows the wiring connections. See Table 5-65 for DIP Switch settings for to
the RRE. The RMS-10 reader draws 34 mA maximum.
See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Mullion
RRE
Description
Pin 1
TB2-8 (Red)
Red LED
Pin 2
TB2-9 (Yel)
Yellow LED
Pin 3
TB2-7 (+5V)
LED Common
Pin 4
TB2-10 (Grn)
Green LED
Pin 5
No Connections
Earth Ground
Pin 6
TB2-4 (0V)
0V
Pin 7
TB2-7 (+5V)
+5V
Pin 8
TB2-5 (Rda)
Data
Pin 9
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Clock
Pin 10
No Connection
Pin 11
No Connection
Heater, If Used
Pin 12
No Connection
Heater, If Used
Table 5-63: IGS Mullion Reader to RRE
Figure 5-28: Rear view of IGS Mullion Reader.
The reader can be installed up to a maximum cable distance of 12 feet (3.64 meters) from the RRE. If
additional cable distance is required a Magstripe Extender (IGR-RMSMAG-EXT) can be used. See
Table 5-65.
NOTES:
•
Cable colors vary, Connect Reader as shown above
•
The latest style of the RMS-10 Magnetic Mullion Reader uses a RJ-45 telephone connector instead
of screw terminals.
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Mullion
RRE
Description
Pin 1
TB2-4 (0V)
0V
Pin 2
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Clock
Pin 3
TB2-5 (Rda)
Data
Pin 4
TB2-7 (+5V)
+5V
Pin 5
TB2-10 (Grn)
Green LED
Pin 6
TB2-9 (Yel)
Yellow LED
Pin 7
TB2-8 (Red)
Red LED
Pin 8
Earth Ground
Table 5-64: New IGS Mullion Reader to RRE
Figure 5-29: Rear view of new IGS Mullion Reader.
RRE Switch SW1 must be set as shown below when the RMS-10 is connected to a K11 keypad or used with the
magstripe extender.
Set RRE for Magstripe output
DIP Switch SW1
4
5
RRE01-E1L
ON
OFF
RRE-2, 4
ACU-R2 & ACU-R4
N/A
OFF
Table 5-65: RRE Switch Setting for RMS-10 With K11 or Magstripe Extender
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RMSC-10 IGS Mullion Smart Card Read Head Wiring To RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for RRE terminal identification. shows the IGS Mullion reader
and shows the wiring connections and for DIP Switch settings for the RRE. The RMSC-10 reader draws
60 mA at 5V maximum. The RMSC-10 read head can be located up to 500 feet from the RRE using 18g
wire.
See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Mullion
RRE
Description
Pin 1
TB2-4 (0V)
0V
Pin 2
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Clock
Pin 3
TB2-5 (Rda)
Data
Pin 4
TB2-7 (+5V)
+5V
Pin 5
TB2-10 (Grn)
Green LED
Pin 6
TB2-9 (Yel)
Yellow LED
Pin 7
TB2-8 (Red)
Red LED
Pin 8
Frame Ground
Table 5-66: New IGS Mullion Reader to RRE
NOTE: Cable colors vary, Connect Reader as shown
above
Figure 5-30: Rear view of IGS Mullion Smart Card Reader
RRE Switch SW1 must be set as shown below when using
the RMSC-10 reader
Set RRE for standard Wiegand output
DIP Switch SW1
4
5
RRE01-E1L
OFF
ON
RRE-2, 4
ACU-R2 & ACU-R4
N/A
ON
Table 5-67: RRE Switch setting when using RMSC-10 Reader
Set RRE for ABA Wiegand output
DIP Switch SW1
4
5
RRE01-E1L
ON
OFF
RRE-2, 4
ACU-R2 & ACU-R4
N/A
OFF
Figure 5-31: Front view of IGS Mullion Smart Card Reader
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COTAG Read Head Wiring to RRE and ACU
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for RRE terminal identification. Table 5-68 though Table 5-70
shows the wiring connections for the Dual Zone controller to the RRE. Table 5-71 though Table 5-73
shows the wiring connections for the Single Zone controller to the RRE. Always follow wiring instructions
that come with the Cotag reader.
We do not recommend powering the Cotag reader from the RRE. See UL Specification’s Section for
additional information.
Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller
Cotag Reader
280 TB1
3321 DZC Zone 1
Function
Pin 2 V+
Conn32 V
LED’s common (+)
Pin 3 D1
Conn32 R-
Red LED (-)
Pin 4 D2
Conn32 A-
Amber LED (-)
Pin 5 D3
Conn32 G-
Green LED (-)
Pin 6 Rx-
Conn31 Rx-
Receive line
Pin 7 Rx
Conn31 Rx
Receive line
Pin 8 Tx-
Conn31 Tx-
Transmit line
Pin 9 Tx
Conn31 Tx
Transmit line
Table 5-68: Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller
NOTE: Do not jumper Rx and S, Tx and S on Conn31.
Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller
Cotag Reader 090
3321 DZC Zone 1
Function
Terminal 4
Conn35 V
LED’s common (+)
Terminal 3
Conn35 G-
Green LED (-)
Terminal 6
Conn36 Rx-
Receive line
Terminal 5
Conn36 Rx
Receive line
Terminal 2
Conn36 Tx-
Transmit line
Terminal 1
Conn36 Tx
Transmit line
Table 5-69: Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller
Wiring the 3321 Dual Zone Controller to RRE
RRE
3321 DZC Zone 1
Function
TB2-10 (Grn)
Conn33 IN
Single Led
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Conn33 D1
Data 1
TB2-5 (Rda)
Conn33 D0
Data 0
TB2-4 (0 V)
Conn33 0V
GND
Table 5-70: Wiring the 3321 Dual Zone Controller to RRE
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Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 3311 Single Zone Controller
280 Read Head
3311 SZC
Function
TB1-3 (D1)
Conn2 - 1 (R)
Red LED (-)
TB1-4 (D2)
Conn2 - 2 (A)
Amber LED (-)
TB1-5 (D3)
Conn2 - 3 (G)
Green LED (-)
TB1-2 (V+)
Conn2 - 4 (Va)
LED’s common (+)
TB1-9 (Tx)
Conn2 - 8 (Tx)
Transmit line
TB1-8 (Tx-)
Conn2 - 9 (S)
Transmit line
TB1-6 (Rx-)
Conn2 - 10 (Ext)
Receive line
TB1-7 (Rx)
Conn2 - 11 (Rx)
Receive line
Table 5-71: Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 3311 Single Zone Controller.
Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 3311 Single Zone Controller
090 Read Head
3311 SZC
Function
Term 3
Conn2 - 3 (G)
Green LED (-)
Term 4
Conn2 - 4 (Va)
LED’s common (+)
Term 2
Conn2 - 8 (Tx)
Transmit line
Term 1
Conn2 - 9 (S)
Transmit line
Term 5
Conn2 - 10 (Ext)
Receive line
Term 6
Conn2 - 11 (Rx)
Receive line
Table 5-72: Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 3311 Single Zone Controller.
NOTES:
1.
Do not jumper Rx and S, Tx and S on Conn31.
2.
Do not jumper D1 and S on Conn33.
Wiring the 3311 Single Zone Controller to RRE
RRE
3311 SZC
Function
TB2-10 (Grn)
Conn2-3 (G)
Single LED
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Conn3-4 (D1)
Data 1
TB2-5 (Rda)
Conn3-3 (D0)
Data 0
TB2-4 (Gnd)
Conn3-2 (0V)
GND
Table 5-73: Wiring the 3311 Single Zone Controller to RRE
NOTES:
1.
Do not jumper D1 and S on Conn33.
2.
On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to ON. See Figure 5-1.
Wiring Cotag Reader 5280 to the ACU and RRE
The following explains how to successfully hook-up and program a Cotag 5280 reader. This is a 280
read head with a 5311 interface in one unit. This is done in three parts. Part one is the physical wire/
hookup to the RRE/RRE4/ACU2-R2/ACU2-R4. Next the reader must be programmed; it must “learn” the
features necessary for proper operation. Lastly, the software must be programmed correctly. Note that
the Host controls the LEDs. Also, do not install the cover on the reader until completely finished.
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WIRING
Follow recommended gauge sizes for distance. That is, 7 conductor, 18 AWG loose bundle of stranded
conductors with an overall shield for a maximum 400 ft. run, 22 AWG for a maximum run of about 220
feet.
Wiring Cotag Reader 5280 to the RRE
5280
Function
RRE
0V
- DC
0V
TB2 pin 4
VIN
10.7 – 15.6V DC @ 0.5 amps
12V
TB1 pin 3
D0
Wiegand data 0
RDA
TB2 pin 5
D1
Wiegand data 1
RCL
TB2 pin 6
R
Red LED
RED
TB2 pin 8
G
Green LED
GRN
TB2 pin 9
A
Yellow LED
YEL
TB2 pin 10
Shield (do not connect at reader)
0V
TB2 pin 4
Terminal
Table 5-74: Wiring Cotag Reader 5280 to the RRE
Wiring Cotag Reader 5280 to the ACU2, ACU-R2 and ACU-R4
5280
Function
ACU2, ACU2-R2 or ACU2-R4
0V
- DC
VIN
10.7 – 15.6V DC @ 0.5 amps
D0
Wiegand data 0
Data 0
D1
Wiegand data 1
Data 1
R
Red LED
Red
G
Green LED
Green
A
Yellow LED
Yellow
Shield (do not connect at reader)
0V
The maximum 12V available from any of these is
1.0 amp.
It is recommended a separate 12V supply be
used in this case. This should be capable of at
least 2.0 amps.
Table 5-75: Wiring Cotag Reader 5280 to the ACU2, ACU-R2 and ACU-R4
Notes for Dual Zone Controller
At Power Up:
•
The Zone 1 Status Led will flash a number of times indicating the first identification number of the
data interface programmed into the EPROM.
•
Then the Zone 2 Status Led will flash a number of times indicating the second identification number
of the data interface programmed into the EPROM.
•
When this process is complete, both Status LED’s flash together once and then the green PowerWD LED starts to flicker indicating that the controller has started polling the zones.
After Power Up:
•
The Power -WD and RX1 LED will flicker.
•
As the Card comes within the range, the zone 1 RX1 LED will glow more brightly.
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•
As the Card starts being read, the Power-WD LED will stop flickering and glow steadily for half a
second.
•
If the Card code is valid then the zone 1 Data LED will light.
Notes for Single Zone Controller 3311
The switches on the 3311 must be set as follows:
J1: RLYINT
J2: R=INT
J3: A=INT
J4: G=EXT
J5: G=NRM
J6: D0=T
J7: D1=T
J8: V0=VL
J9: =A
J10: =A
SW3 = 0
SW4 = 0
SW1 = 0
SW2 = 0
SW5 = 1
SW6 = 2
Prom must be 2/10.7C
IF7.92
"LP1 TX" LED should be flashing brightly
"LP2 RX" LED should light when a card is presented to the reader.
The "LP5 OP" will light when a valid card is read.
Cryptag Reader Head Wiring To RRE-2 and RRE-4
Table 5-76 shows the connections between the Cryptag Census card reader and the RRE-4.
Cryptag Census
Reader Terminal
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
+V
+12 Volts
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
GREEN
LED
TB1-11
TB2-11
TB3-11
TB4-11
DAT/D1
Data 1
TB1-9
TB2-9
TB3-9
TB4-9
CLK/D0
Data 0
TB1-8
TB2-8
TB3-8
TB4-8
0V
Ground
TB1-7
TB2-7
TB3-7
TB4-7
Buzzer
Buzzer
No
Connection
No
Connection
No
Connection
No
Connection
Table 5-76: Wiring Cryptag Reader to the RRE-4
NOTE: Refer to the Cryptag Reader Manual for detailed information on installation of antennas.
Cryptag Reader comes with resistors and capacitors to tune the antenna.
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HID MiniProx Model 5365 Reader to RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for RRE terminal identification. Table 5-77 shows the wiring connections to the RRE. See Table A-13 for current part number information. See UL Specification’s Section
for additional information.
Figure 5-32: HID MiniProx 5365
Reader
Wire Color
Red
Description
Connection to RRE
+12 Volts
TB1-3 (12V)
Black
Ground
TB2-4 (0 V)
Green
Data 0
TB2-5 (Rda)
White
Data 1
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Shield
Ground
Earth Ground
Orange
Green LED
TB2-10 (Grn)
Brown
Red LED
TB2-8 (Red)
Yellow
Beeper
TB2-11 (Buz)
Blue
Data Hold
No Connection
Violet
Card Present
No Connection
Table 5-77: Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5365 Reader to the ACU
NOTE: Shield must be connected to earth ground at one end only.
The reader can be installed up to a maximum cable distance of 500 feet (152 meters) from the RRE.
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HID MiniProx Reader Model 5363 and 5364 to RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for terminal identification. Table 5-78 shows the wiring connections for the HID MiniProx Model 5363 (12 Volt) to the RRE. Table 5-79 shows the wiring connections for
the HID MiniProx Model 5364 (5 Volt) to the RRE. See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
MiniProx Reader
Wire Color
Red
Description
Connection to RRE
+12 Volts
TB1-3 (12V)
Black
Ground
TB2-4 (0 V)
Green
Data 0
TB2-5 (Rda)
White
Data 1
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Shield
Shield
Earth Ground
Orange
Green LED
TB2-10 (Grn)
Brown
Red LED
TB2-8 (Red)
Yellow
Beeper
TB2-11 (Buz)
Data Hold
No Connection
Blue
Table 5-78: Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5363 Reader to the RRE
MiniProx Reader
Wire Color
Description
Connection to RRE
Red
+5 Volts
TB2-7 (+5V)
Black
Ground
TB2-4 (0 V)
Green
Data 0
TB2-5 (Rda)
White
Data 1
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Shield
Shield
Earth Ground
Orange
Green LED
TB2-10 (Grn)
Brown
Red LED
TB2-8 (Red)
Yellow
Beeper
TB2-11 (Buz)
Data Hold
No Connection
Blue
Table 5-79: Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5364 Reader to the RRE
NOTES:
•
On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to ON. See Figure 5-1.
•
Shield must be connected to earth ground at one end only.
The reader can be installed up to a maximum cable distance of 500 feet (152 meters) from the RRE.
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HID ProxPro Model 5355 to Read Head RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for RRE terminal identification. Table 5-80 shows the wiring connections to the RRE. See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Figure 5-33: HID ProxPro PR-5355 With Keypad and PK-5355 Without Keypad
ProxPro Reader
Description
Connection to RRE
TB1-1
+12 Volts
TB1-3 (12V)
TB1-2
Ground
TB2-4 (0 V)
TB1-3
Data 0
TB2-5 (Rda)
TB1-4
Data 1
TB2-6 (Rcl)
TB1-5
Ground
Earth Ground
TB1-6
Green LED
TB2-10 (Grn)
TB1-7
Red LED
TB2-8 (Red)
TB1-8
Beeper
TB2-11 (Buz)
TB1-9
Data Hold
No Connection
TB1-10
Tamper Common
TB3-9 (0 V)
TB1-11
Tamper
TB3-8 (Tam)
Table 5-80: Wiring HID ProxPro Model 5355 Reader to the RRE
The reader can be installed up to a maximum cable distance of 500 feet (152 meters) from the RRE.
NOTE: Shield must be connected to earth ground at one end only.
Switches on HID ProxPro reader:
DIP Switch:
1 On
2 On
3 Off
4 On
5 On
6 On
7 On
8 On
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Turns on Beeper
Control Green LED by Host
Keypad Data through Data lines
2 Wire LED Control
Common Ground to Data lines
Common Ground to Data lines
Common Ground to Data lines
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Jumpers:
P1 Jumper 1-2 when mounting on a metallic surface otherwise jumper 2-3.
P3 Jumper 1-2 (Normally Open tamper switch).
LED Operation
Red:
Ready to read card.
OFF:
Prompting User for PIN number.
Green:
Access was granted or door is unlocked.
Red Flashing:
Access was denied or reader is in alarm
NOTE: The keypad will only work if the unit is fully assembled before the unit is powered-up.
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ThinLine Model 5395 and ProxPro II Model 5455 to Read Head RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for RRE terminal identification. Table 5-81 shows the wiring connections to the RRE. See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Figure 5-34: HID ThinLine 5395
MiniProx Reader
Wire Color
Description
Connection to RRE
+12 Volts
TB1-3 (12V)
Black
Ground
TB2-4 (0 V)
Green
Data 0
TB2-5 (Rda)
White
Data 1
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Shield
Shield
Earth Ground
Orange
Green LED
TB2-10 (Grn)
Brown
Red LED
TB2-8 (Red)
Yellow
Beeper
TB2-11 (Buz)
Data Hold
No Connection
Red
Blue
Table 5-81: Wiring HID ThinLine Model TL-5395 and ProxPro II Model 5455 Reader to the RRE
The reader can be installed up to a maximum cable distance of 500 feet (152 meters) from the RRE.
NOTE: Shield must be connected to earth ground at one end only.
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HID ProxPoint Plus 6005 to the RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for RRE terminal identification. Table 5-82 shows the wiring connections to the RRE. See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Figure 5-35: HID ProxPoint Plus 6005
Reader
Wire Color
Red
Description
Connection to RRE
+12 Volts
TB1-3 (12V)
Black
Ground
TB2-4 (0 V)
Green
Data 0
TB2-5 (Rda)
White
Data 1
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Shield
Shield Ground
Earth Ground
Orange
Green LED
TB2-10 (Grn)
Brown
Red LED
TB2-8 (Red)
Yellow
Beeper
TB2-11 (Buz)
Blue
Data Hold
No Connection
Violet
Card Present
No Connection
Table 5-82: Wiring HID Reader to the RRE
The reader can be installed up to a maximum cable distance of 500 feet (152 meters) from the RRE.
NOTE: Shield must be connected to earth ground at one end only.
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INDALA Proximity Reader Model ASR-112 and ASR-142 to RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for terminal identification. Table 5-83 shows the wiring connections for the Indala ASR-110 and ASR 112 readers to the RRE. Table 5-84 shows the wiring connections
for the Indala ASR-142 reader to the RRE.
Always follow the instructions that come with the Indala reader.
See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Indala ASR-110
or ASR 112
Red
Description
Connection to RRE
+12 VDC
TB1-3 (12V)
Black
Ground
TB2-4 (0 V)
Green
Data 0
TB2-5 (Rda)
White
Data 1
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Blue
Beeper
TB2-11 (Buz)
Orange
Green LED
TB2-10 (Grn)
Brown
Red LED
TB2-8 (Red)
Table 5-83: Wiring ASR-110 or ASR-112 to the RRE
Indala
ASR-142
Description
Connection to RRE
TB2-10
+12 VDC
TB1-3 (12V)
TB2-9
Ground
TB2-4 (0 V)
TB2-5
Data 0
TB2-5 (Rda)
TB2-4
Data 1
TB2-6 (Rcl)
TB2-6
Beeper
TB2-11 (Buz)
TB2-7
Green LED
TB2-10 (Grn)
TB2-8
Red LED
TB2-8 (Red)
Table 5-84: Wiring ASR-142 to the RRE
NOTE: On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to ON. See Figure 5-1.
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MR-10 (RMS-18) Read Head Wiring To RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for RRE terminal identification. Table 5-85 shows the wiring connections for the MR-10 reader to the RRE.
Always follow the instructions that come with the MR-10 reader.
See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
MR-10 Reader
Description
Connection to RRE
Pin 1 (Red)
+5 VDC
TB2-7 (+5V)
Pin 2 (Green)
Data 0
TB2-5 (Rda)
Pin 3 (White)
Data 1
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Pin 4 (Brown)
Green LED
TB2-10 (Grn)
Pin 5 (Orange)
Beeper
TB2-11 (Buz)
Pin 6 (Black)
Ground
TB2-4 (0 V)
Table 5-85: Wiring MR-10 Read Head to the RRE
Notes for MR-10 (RMS-18) Reader
Switches on Reader Itself:
There are 4 switches inside the reader. You must remove 3 screws to get to switches. The
switches are located on the piggyback board opposite the telephone jack inside the reader. The
switches must be set as follows:
Switches 1 & 2 set to OFF
Switches 3 & 4 set to ON
RRE Switch SW1 must be set as shown in Table 5-86 when using the RMS-18 reader.
DIP Switch SW1
4
5
Standard Wiegand
format
OFF
ON
ABA Wiegand format
(Format 7)
ON
OFF
Table 5-86: RRE Switch setting when using RMS-18 (MR-10) Reader
NOTE: ABA Wiegand mode is required when ever cards are being used with an encoded number is
65,535 or higher.
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Keri Read Head P-300, P-500 and P-600
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for RRE terminal identification. The tables show the wiring color
code identification. See Table A-13 for current GE part number information.
Figure 5-36 shows a wiring diagram for installing the filter that is required for the Keri reader. The reader
and filter have pigtail connections. It is recommended that all splices be soldered and wrapped in heat
shrink or crimp style connectors be used. Filter must be install at the reader.
Figure 5-36: Block diagram of Filter Hook-up.
Wiring P-300/P-500/P-600 Read Head to RRE-4
Wire Color
Description
See Figure 5-36
+12 VDC
See Figure 5-36
0V
1st Reader
TB2-5 or 6
(+12V)
TB1-7 (0V)
TB1-10 (RED
LED)
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
TB2-5 or 6
(+12V)
TB2-5 or 6
(+12V)
TB2-5 or 6
(+12V)
TB2-7 (0V)
TB3-7 (0V)
TB4-7 (0V)
TB3-10 (RED
LED)
TB4-10 (RED
LED)
TB2-10 (RED
LED)
Brown
Red LED
White
Data 1
TB1-9 (D1)
TB2-9 (D1)
TB3-9 (D1)
TB4-9 (D1)
Green
Data 0
TB1-8 (D0)
TB2-8 (D0)
TB3-8 (D0)
TB4-8 (D0)
Shield
Shield
TB1-7 (0V)
TB2-7 (0V)
TB3-7 (0V)
TB4-7 (0V)
Orange
Green LED
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
Blue
Beeper
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
Table 5-87: P-300/P-500/P-600 Read Head to RRE-4
Wiring P-300/P-500/P-600 Read Head to RRE or S-22
Wire Color
See Figure 5-36
Description
+12 VDC
RRE
TB1-3 (+12V)
S-22
TB3 -1 (+12V)
See Figure 5-36
0V
TB2-4 (0V)
TB3- 3 (0V)
Brown
Red LED
TB2-8 (RED)
TB4- 1 (RED)
White
Data 1
TB2-6 (RCL)
TB1- 3 (CLK)
Green
Data 0
TB2-5 (RDA)
TB1- 2 (DAT)
Shield
Shield
TB2-4 (0V)
TB3- 3 (0V)
Orange
Green LED
No Connection
No Connection
Blue
Beeper
No Connection
No Connection
Table 5-88: P-300/P-500/P-600 Read Head to RRE or S-22
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Wire Color
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
See Figure 5-36
+12 VDC
TB3-12 (+12V)
TB3-12 (+12V)
See Figure 5-36
0V
TB3-11 (0V)
TB3-11 (0V)
Brown
Red LED
TB3-21 (R0RD)
TB3-7 (R1RD)
White
Data 1
TB3-23 (R0D1)
TB3-9 (R1D1)
Green
Data 0
TB3-24 (R0D0)
TB3-10 (R1D1)
Shield
Shield
TB3-14 (0V)
TB3-14 (0V)
Orange
Green LED
No Connection
No Connection
Blue
Beeper
No Connection
No Connection
3rd Reader
4th Reader
See RRE for additional
reader hook-up
Table 5-89: P-300/P-500/P-600 Read Head to ACU-R2 (TB3, green connector)
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
See Figure 5-36 +12 VDC
TB3-12 (+12V)
TB3-12 (+12V)
TB4-12 (+12V)
TB4-12 (+12V)
See Figure 5-36 0 V
TB3-11 (0V)
TB3-11 (0V)
TB4-11 (0V)
TB4-11 (0V)
Brown
Red LED
TB3-21 (R0RD)
TB3-7 (R1RD)
TB4-21 (R2RD)
TB4-7 (R3RD)
White
Data 1
TB3-23 (R0D1)
TB3-9 (R1D1)
TB4-23 (R2D1)
TB4-9 (R3D1)
Green
Data 0
TB3-24 (R0D0)
TB3-10 (R1D0)
TB4-24 (R2D0)
TB4-10 (R3D1)
Shield
Shield
TB314 (0V)
TB3-14 (0V)
TB4-14 (0V)
TB4-14 (0V)
Orange
Green LED
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
Blue
Beeper
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
Wire Color
Description
4th Reader
Table 5-90: P-300/P-500/P-600 Read Head to ACU-R4 (TB3, green connector and TB4, blue connector)
NOTES:
•
The beeper output is not supported; the reader’s built-in beeper provides the noise.
•
Use the brown wire for Red LED; the green LED function is provided from the reader.
•
Pin numbers are read bottom to top, right to left; the exception is the RRE04-E1L which has the pin
numbers printed on the termination board.
NOTES:
SPECIFIC TO THE P-600:
•
The reader comes with Single LED control as default. Use the LED Mode Control Card part no.
135950 (Keri part no. 05528-702) to change the LED output to Dual LED control. This is described in
the P-600 Hookup Guide.
•
The keypad portion defaults to 8-bit burst mode. This is the proper mode of operation.
•
For this type of reader, attach the Orange wire of the P-600 pigtail to the Green LED output on any
RRE, RRE-4 ACU-R2/R4 or RRE-2.
•
A Forced Open alarm is indicated by a blinking orange color in the LED locations on the reader (the
"horns").
•
The prompt to enter a PIN number is indicated by the red LED turning off when a card is presented
at the reader.
•
Use Standard 26 bit Wiegand format in the reader configuration. Card and PIN can use cards with
different Company/Facility codes. If the card is entered directly through the keypad, the system uses
only the Company/ Facility code, which is in the Site configuration.
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SECURAKEY Read Head Wiring To RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for RRE terminal identification. Table 5-91 shows the wiring connections for the SecuraKey reader to the RRE. Always follow the instructions that come with the
SecuraKey reader.
See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
SecuraKey
Model SK-028C
Red
Description
Connection to RRE
+12 VDC
TB1-3 (12V)
Black
Ground
TB2-4 (0 V)
Green
Data 0
TB2-5 (Rda)
White
Data 1
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Brown
Green LED
TB2-10 (Grn)
Table 5-91: Wiring SecuraKey Read Head to the RRE
NOTE: On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to ON. See Figure 5-1.
DORADO Read Head Wiring To RRE
Refer to Table 5-10 through Table 5-13 for terminal identification. Table 5-92 shows the wiring connections for the Dorado reader to the RRE.
Always follow the instructions that come with the Dorado reader.
See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Dorado
Model 544B or 644B
Description
Connection to RRE
Red
+5 VDC
TB2-7 (+5V)
Black
Ground
TB2-4 (0 V)
Green
Data 0
TB2-5 (Rda)
White
Data 1
TB2-6 (Rcl)
Brown
Green LED
TB2-10 (Grn)
Yellow
Red LED
TB2-8 (Red)
Table 5-92: Wiring Dorado Read Head to the RRE
Option Switch
A
B
C
D
On
On
Off
Off
NOTE: On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to ON See Figure 5-1.
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Reader and Keypad Connection to RRE-4
SENSOR WR-1 Wiegand Read Head Output Wiring
Refer to Table 5-40 through Table 5-44 for terminal identifications. Table 5-93 shows wiring color code
identification; use it as a guide for making the user-supplied cable.
See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Figure 5-37: Front view of Sensor Wiegand reader
Wiring Wiegand Read Head to RRE-4
Wire Color
Code
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
Red
+5 Volts
TB2-3 or 4
TB2-3 or 4
TB2-3 or 4
TB2-3 or 4
Brown
LED
TB1-11
TB2-11
TB3-11
TB4-11
White
Data 1
TB1-9
TB2-9
TB3-9
TB4-9
Green
Data 0
TB1-8
TB2-8
TB3-8
TB4-8
Black
Ground
TB1-7
TB2-7
TB3-7
TB4-7
Blue
Data Hold
No
Connection
No
Connection
No
Connection
No
Connection
Table 5-93: Wiegand Read Head to RRE-4
NOTE: On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to ON. See Figure 5-1.
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COTAG Read Head
Refer to Table 5-40 through Table 5-44 for RRE-4 terminal identification. Table 5-94 though Table 5-96
shows the wiring connections for the Dual Zone Controller to the RRE-4. Table 5-97 though Table 5-99
shows the wiring connections for the Single Zone Controller to the RRE-4. Always follow wiring instructions that come with the Cotag reader.
We do not recommend powering the Cotag reader from the RRE-4.
See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller
Cotag Reader
280 TB1
Pin 2 V+
Pin 3 D1
Pin 4 D2
Pin 5 D3
Pin 6 RxPin 7 Rx
Pin 8 TxPin 9 Tx
3321 DZC Zone 1
Function
Conn32 V
Conn32 RConn32 AConn32 GConn31 RxConn31 Rx
Conn31 TxConn31 Tx
LED’s common (+)
Red LED (-)
Amber LED (-)
Green LED (-)
Receive line
Receive line
Transmit line
Transmit line
Table 5-94: Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller
NOTE: Do not jumper Rx and S, Tx and S on Conn31.
Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller
Cotag Reader
090
Terminal 4
Terminal 3
Terminal 6
Terminal 5
Terminal 2
Terminal 1
3321 DZC Zone 1
Function
Conn35 V
Conn35 GConn36 RxConn36 Rx
Conn36 TxConn36 Tx
LED’s common (+)
Green LED (-)
Receive line
Receive line
Transmit line
Transmit line
Table 5-95: Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 3321 Dual Zone Controller
NOTE: Do not jumper Rx and S, Tx and S on Conn31.
Wiring the 3321 Dual Zone Controller to the RRE-4
3321 DZC
Zone 1 Data
Conn 33 IN
Conn 33 D1
Conn 33 D0
Conn 33 0V
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
LED
Data 1
Data 0
Ground
TB1-11
TB1-9
TB1-8
TB1-7
TB2-11
TB2-9
TB2-8
TB2-7
TB3-11
TB3-9
TB3-8
TB3-7
TB4-11
TB4-9
TB4-8
TB4-7
Table 5-96: Wiring the 3321 Dual Zone Controller to the RRE-4
NOTE: On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to ON. See Figure 5-1.
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Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 5311 Single Zone Controller
280 Read Head
3311 SZC
Function
TB1-3 (D1)
Conn2 - 1 (R)
Red LED (-)
TB1-4 (D2)
Conn2 - 2 (A)
Amber LED (-)
TB1-5 (D3)
Conn2 - 3 (G)
Green LED (-)
TB1-2 (V+)
Conn2 - 4 (Va)
LED’s common (+)
TB1-9 (Tx)
Conn2 - 8 (Tx)
Transmit line
TB1-8 (Tx-)
Conn2 - 9 (S)
Transmit line
TB1-6 (Rx-)
Conn2 - 10 (Ext)
Receive line
TB1-7 (Rx)
Conn2 - 11 (Rx)
Receive line
Table 5-97: Wiring Cotag Reader 280 to the 3311 Single Zone Controller.
Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 5311 Single Zone Controller
090 Read Head
3311 SZC
Function
Term 3
Conn2 - 3 (G)
Green LED (-)
Term 4
Conn2 - 4 (Va)
LED’s common (+)
Term 2
Conn2 - 8 (Tx)
Transmit line
Term 1
Conn2 - 9 (S)
Transmit line
Term 5
Conn2 - 10 (Ext)
Receive line
Term 6
Conn2 - 11 (Rx)
Receive line
Table 5-98: Wiring Cotag Reader 090 to the 5311 Single Zone Controller.
Wiring the 5311 Single Zone Controller to the RRE-4
3311 SZC
Zone 1 Data
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
Conn2–3 (G)
LED
TB1-11
TB2-11
TB3-11
TB4-11
Conn3-4 (D1)
Data 1
TB1-9
TB2-9
TB3-9
TB4-9
Conn3-5 (D0)
Data 0
TB1-8
TB2-8
TB3-8
TB4-8
Conn 3-2 (0V)
Ground
TB1-7
TB2-7
TB3-7
TB4-7
Table 5-99: Wiring the 5311 Single Zone Controller to the RRE-4
NOTES:
•
Do not jumper D1 and S on Conn33.
•
On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to ON. See Figure 5-1.
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Wiring Cotag Reader 5280 to the ACU and RRE-4
The following explains how to successfully hook-up and program a Cotag 5280 reader. This is a 280
read head with a 5311 interface in one unit. This is done in three parts. Part one is the physical wire/
hookup to the RRE/RRE4/ACU2-R2/ACU2-R4. Next the reader must be programmed; it must “learn” the
features necessary for proper operation. Lastly, the software must be programmed correctly. Note that
the Host controls the LEDs. Also, do not install the cover on the reader until completely finished.
WIRING
Follow recommended gauge sizes for distance. That is, 7 conductor, 18 AWG loose bundle of stranded
conductors with an overall shield for a maximum 400 ft. run, 22 AWG for a maximum run of about 220
feet.
Wiring Cotag Reader 5280 to the RRE
5280
Function
RRE 4
0V
- DC
0V
VIN
10.7 – 15.6V DC @ 0.5 amps
12V
D0
Wiegand data 0
RDA
D1
Wiegand data 1
RCL
R
Red LED
RED
G
Green LED
GRN
A
Yellow LED
YEL
Shield (do not connect at reader)
0V
Table 5-100: Wiring Cotag Reader 5280 to the RRE
Notes for Dual Zone Controller
At Power Up:
•
The Zone 1 Status Led will flash a number of times indicating the first identification number of the
data interface programmed into the EPROM.
•
Then the Zone 2 Status Led will flash a number of times indicating the second identification number
of the data interface programmed into the EPROM.
•
When this process is complete, both Status LED’s flash together once and then the green PowerWD LED starts to flicker indicating that the controller has started polling the zones.
After Power Up:
•
The Power -WD and RX1 LED will flicker.
•
As the Card comes within the range, the zone 1 RX1 LED will glow more brightly.
•
As the Card starts being read, the Power-WD LED will stop flickering and glow steadily for half a
second.
•
If the Card code is valid then the zone 1 Data LED will light.
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Notes for Single Zone Controller 3311
The switches on the 3311 must be set as follows:
J1: RLYINT
J2: R=INT
J3: A=INT
J4: G=EXT
J5: G=NRM
J6: D0=T
J7: D1=T
J8: V0=VL
J9: =A
J10: =A
SW1 = 0
SW2 = 0
SW3 = 0
SW4 = 0
SW5 = 1
SW6 = 2
Prom must be 2/10.7C
IF7.92
"LP1 TX" LED should be flashing brightly
"LP2 RX" LED should light when a card is presented to the reader.
The "LP5 OP" will light when a valid card is read.
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HID Reader to RRE-4
Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5365 Reader to the RRE-4
Refer to Table 5-40 through Table 5-44 for RRE-4 terminal identification. Table 5-101 shows the wiring
connections to the RRE-4. See Table A-13 for current GE part number information. See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Figure 5-38: HID MiniProx 5365
MiniProx Reader
Wire Color
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
Red
+12 Volts
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
Black
Ground
TB1-7
TB2-7
TB3-7
TB4-7
Green
Data 0
TB1-8
TB2-8
TB3-8
TB4-8
White
Data 1
TB1-9
TB2-9
TB3-9
TB4-9
Shield
Data Return
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
Orange
Green LED
TB1-11
TB2-11
TB3-11
TB4-11
Brown
Red LED
TB1-10
TB2-10
TB3-10
TB4-10
Yellow
Beeper
TB1-12
TB2-12
TB3-12
TB4-12
Blue
Data Hold
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
Table 5-101: Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5365 Reader to the RRE-4
The reader can be installed up to a maximum cable distance of 500 feet (152 meters) from the RRE-4.
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Wiring HID MiniProx Reader Model 5363 and 5364 to RRE-4
Refer to Table 5-40 through Table 5-44 for terminal identification. Table 5-102 shows the wiring connections for the HID MiniProx Model 5363 (12 Volt) to the RRE. Table 5-103 shows the wiring connections
for the HID MiniProx Model 5364 (5 Volt) to the RRE-4. See UL Specification’s Section for additional
information.
MiniProx Reader
Wire Color
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
Red
+12 Volts
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
Black
Ground
TB1-7
TB2-7
TB3-7
TB4-7
Green
Data 0
TB1-8
TB2-8
TB3-8
TB4-8
White
Data 1
TB1-9
TB2-9
TB3-9
TB4-9
Shield
Data Return
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
Orange
Green LED
TB1-11
TB2-11
TB3-11
TB4-11
Brown
Red LED
TB1-10
TB2-10
TB3-10
TB4-10
Yellow
Beeper
TB1-12
TB2-12
TB3-12
TB4-12
Blue
Data Hold
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
Table 5-102: Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5363 Reader to the RRE-4
MiniProx Reader
Wire Color
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
Red
+5 Volts
TB2-3 or 4
TB2-3 or 4
TB2-3 or 4
TB2-3 or 4
Black
Ground
TB1-7
TB2-7
TB3-7
TB4-7
Green
Data 0
TB1-8
TB2-8
TB3-8
TB4-8
White
Data 1
TB1-9
TB2-9
TB3-9
TB4-9
Shield
Data Return
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
Orange
Green LED
TB1-11
TB2-11
TB3-11
TB4-11
Brown
Red LED
TB1-10
TB2-10
TB3-10
TB4-10
Yellow
Beeper
TB1-12
TB2-12
TB3-12
TB4-12
Blue
Data Hold
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
Table 5-103: Wiring HID MiniProx Model 5364 Reader to the RRE-4
NOTE: On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to ON. See Figure 5-1.
The reader can be installed up to a maximum cable distance of 500 feet (152 meters) from the RRE-4.
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Wiring HID ProxPro Model 5355 to Read Head RRE-4
Refer to Table 5-40 through Table 5-44 for RRE terminal identification. Table 5-104 shows the wiring
connections to the RRE-4. See Table A-13 for current GE part number information. See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Figure 5-39: HID ProxPro PK-5355 With Keypad and PR-5355 Without Keypad
ProxPro Reader
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
TB1-1
+12 Volts
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB1-2
Ground
TB1-7
TB2-7
TB3-7
TB4-7
TB1-3
Data 0
TB1-8
TB2-8
TB3-8
TB4-8
TB1-4
Data 1
TB1-9
TB2-9
TB3-9
TB4-9
TB1-5
Data Return
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
TB1-6
Green LED
TB1-11
TB2-11
TB3-11
TB4-11
TB1-7
Red LED
TB1-10
TB2-10
TB3-10
TB4-10
TB1-8
Beeper
TB1-12
TB2-12
TB3-12
TB4-12
TB1-9
Data Hold
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
TB1-10
Tamper
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
TB1-11
Tamper
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
Table 5-104: Wiring HID ProxPro Model 5355 Reader to the RRE-4
The reader can be installed up to a maximum cable distance of 500 feet (152 meters) from the RRE-4.
Switches on HID ProxPro reader:
DIP Switch:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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On
On
Off
On
On
On
On
On
Identifies unit as Wiegand
Turns on Beeper
Control Green LED by Host
Keypad Data through Data lines
2 Wire LED Control
Common Ground to Data lines
Common Ground to Data lines
Common Ground to Data lines
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Jumpers:
P1 Jumper 1-2 when mounting on a metallic surface otherwise jumper 2-3.
P3 Jumper 1-2 (Normally Open tamper switch).
LED Operation
Red:
Ready to read card.
OFF:
Prompting User for PIN number.
Green:
Access was granted or door is unlocked.
Red Flashing:
Access was denied or reader is in alarm
NOTE: The keypad will only work if the unit is fully assembled before the unit is powered-up.
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Wiring HID ThinLine II Model 5395 Reader to the RRE-4
Refer to Table 5-40 through Table 5-44 for terminal identification. Table 5-105 shows the wiring connections for the HID ThinLine II Model 5395 to the RRE-4. See Table A-13 for current GE part number information. See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Figure 5-40: ThinLine II Model 5395 Reader to the RRE-4
MiniProx Reader
Wire Color
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
Red
+12 Volts
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
Black
Ground
TB1-7
TB2-7
TB3-7
TB4-7
Green
Data 0
TB1-8
TB2-8
TB3-8
TB4-8
White
Data 1
TB1-9
TB2-9
TB3-9
TB4-9
Shield
Data Return
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
Orange
Green LED
TB1-11
TB2-11
TB3-11
TB4-11
Brown
Red LED
TB1-10
TB2-10
TB3-10
TB4-10
Yellow
Beeper
TB1-12
TB2-12
TB3-12
TB4-12
Blue
Data Hold
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
Violet
Card Present
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
Table 5-105: Wiring HID ThinLine II Model 5395 Reader to the RRE-4
NOTE: On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to ON. See Figure 5-1.
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Wiring HID ProxPoint Plus 6005 to the RRE-4
Refer to Table 5-40 through Table 5-44 for RRE terminal identification. Table 5-106 shows the wiring
connections to the RRE-4. See Table A-13 for current GE part number information. See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Figure 5-41: HID ProxPoint Plus 6005
MiniProx Reader
Wire Color
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
Red
+12 Volts
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
Black
Ground
TB1-7
TB2-7
TB3-7
TB4-7
Green
Data 0
TB1-8
TB2-8
TB3-8
TB4-8
White
Data 1
TB1-9
TB2-9
TB3-9
TB4-9
Shield
Data Return
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
Orange
Green LED
TB1-11
TB2-11
TB3-11
TB4-11
Brown
Red LED
TB1-10
TB2-10
TB3-10
TB4-10
Yellow
Beeper
TB1-12
TB2-12
TB3-12
TB4-12
Blue
Data Hold
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
Table 5-106: Wiring HID Reader to the ACU
The reader can be installed up to a maximum cable distance of 500 feet (152 meters) from the RRE-4.
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INDALA Proximity Read Head
Refer to Table 5-40 through Table 5-44 for terminal identification. Table 5-107 shows the wiring connections for the Indala ASR-110 and ASR 112 readers to the RRE-4. Table 5-108 shows the wiring connections for the Indala ASR-142 reader to the RRE-4.
Always follow the instructions that come with the Indala reader.
See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Wiring ASR-110 or ASR-112 to the RRE-4
Indala ASR-110
or ASR 112
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
Red
+12 Volts
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
Black
Ground
TB1-7
TB2-7
TB3-7
TB4-7
Green
Data 0
TB1-8
TB2-8
TB3-8
TB4-8
White
Data 1
TB1-9
TB2-9
TB3-9
TB4-9
Orange
Green LED
TB1-11
TB2-11
TB3-11
TB4-11
Brown
Red LED
TB1-10
TB2-10
TB3-10
TB4-10
Blue
Beeper
TB1-12
TB2-12
TB3-12
TB4-12
Table 5-107: Wiring ASR-110 or ASR-112 to the RRE-4
Wiring ASR-142 to the RRE-4
Indala ASR-110
or ASR 112
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
TB2-10
+12 Volts
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-9
Ground
TB1-7
TB2-7
TB3-7
TB4-7
TB2-5
Data 0
TB1-8
TB2-8
TB3-8
TB4-8
TB2-4
Data 1
TB1-9
TB2-9
TB3-9
TB4-9
TB2-7
Green LED
TB1-11
TB2-11
TB3-11
TB4-11
TB2-8
Red LED
TB1-10
TB2-10
TB3-10
TB4-10
Table 5-108: Wiring ASR-142 to the RRE-4
NOTE: On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to ON. See Figure 5-1.
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SECURAKEY Read Head
Refer to Table 5-40 through Table 5-44 for terminal identification. Table 5-109 shows the wiring connections for the SecuraKey reader to the RRE-4. Always follow the instructions that come with the
SecuraKey reader.
See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Wiring SecuraKey Read Head to the RRE-4
SecuraKey
Model SK-028C
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
Red
+12 Volts
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
TB2-5 or 6
Brown
LED
TB1-11
TB2-11
TB3-11
TB4-11
White
Data 1
TB1-9
TB2-9
TB3-9
TB4-9
Green
Data 0
TB1-8
TB2-8
TB3-8
TB4-8
Black
Ground
TB1-7
TB2-7
TB3-7
TB4-7
Blue
Data Hold
No
Connection
No
Connection
No
Connection
No
Connection
Table 5-109: Wiring SecuraKey Read Head to the RRE-4
NOTE: On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to OFF. See Figure 5-1.
DORADO Read Head Wiring To RRE-4
Refer to Table 5-40 through Table 5-44 for terminal identification. Table 5-110 shows the wiring connections for the Dorado reader to the RRE-4.
Always follow the instructions that come with the Dorado reader.
See UL Specification’s Section for additional information.
Wiring Dorado Read Head to the RRE-4
Dorado Model
544B or 644B
Description
1st Reader
2nd Reader
3rd Reader
4th Reader
Red
+5 Volts
TB2-3 or 4
TB2-3 or 4
TB2-3 or 4
TB2-3 or 4
Black
Ground
TB1-7
TB2-7
TB3-7
TB4-7
Green
Data 0
TB1-8
TB2-8
TB3-8
TB4-8
White
Data 1
TB1-9
TB2-9
TB3-9
TB4-9
Brown
Green LED
TB1-10
TB2-10
TB3-10
TB4-10
Yellow
Red LED
TB1-12
TB2-12
TB3-12
TB4-12
Table 5-110: Wiring Dorado Read Head to the RRE-4
Option Switch
A
On
B
On
C
Off
D
Off
NOTE: On the Remote Reader Electronics board set SW1 Switch 5 to ON. See Figure 5-1.
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Chapter 6
RIM Remote Input Module and RIM SMT
The Remote Input Module (RIM) provides the interface from the ACU controller and additional alarm
sensors. The RIM consists of the electronic circuit board, and the screw terminal connector board, connected together by a ribbon cable. The RIM can be installed in its own tampered enclosure.
Each RIM provides 16 supervised inputs, 3 unsupervised inputs and 2 relay outputs (dry contact relays
Single Pole Double Throw).
The Remote Input Module connects to the reader port on the ACU. Each ACU reader port can support
four readers in addition to remote modules (RIM, RRM, etc.).
With GE Security ONE-32, DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE, SAPPHIRE Pro and DIAMOND II systems, any combination of 4 remote modules are supported per reader port.
Each of the 16 alarm inputs is supervised as 4-states, Alarm, Secure, Open, Shorted.
A pair of 1 K ohm resistors, at the sensor end of each alarm circuit, ensures that the line resistance is
typically 1 K ohm when the alarm is in the secure state.
Warning:
Do not use the ACU controller, Remote Reader Electronics (RRE), Remote Input
Module (RIM) or Remote Relay Module (RRM) to switch any voltage above 30 volts.
Failure to heed this WARNING: can cause death, personal injury or damage to
unit(s).
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RIM Surface Mount Board
Figure 6-1shows the location of components discussed in this section for Surface Mount RIM (part number RIM16-E1L).
Surface Mount RIM Board Layout
See Table 6-12
LEDs
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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SW3
ON
1
A B C Tx Rx ON
See Table 6-7
See Table 6-9
SW1
ON
1
1
SW4
ON
U3
See Table 6-8
1
See Table 6-12
J2
D52
TB9
TB6
Termination
Board Ribbon
Connector
TB5
See Table 6-3
TB3
TB10
TB4
See Table 6-5
IN1
IN1
IN2
IN2
IN3
IN3
IN4
IN4
IN5
IN5
IN6
IN6
TB2
TB8
IN12
IN12
IN11
IN11
IN10
IN10
IN9
IN9
IN8
IN8
IN7
IN7
TB1
TB7
TB11
Communication Connections
TB 11
See Table 6-1
IN13
IN13
IN14
IN14
IN15
IN15
IN16
IN16
IN17
GND
IN18
GND
IN19
See Table 6-6 GND
K2
See Table 6-10
+12V 0V +24V
NO
NC K2
C
NO
NC K1
C
+24V
GND
RR+
TT+
D57
K1
W2
W1
Figure 6-1: SMT RIM Component Location
Output Connections TB 9
See Table 6-1
SW2
ON
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16-Input Termination
Figure 6-2: PIN Locations on the Terminal Board of the SMT RIM
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RIM Board Layout
Figure 6-3shows the location of components discussed in this section.
Figure 6-3: Location of Components on the RIM
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Terminal Block Connector PIN Numbers on the SMT RIM
Table 6-1 though Table 6-6 show SMT RIM terminal block wiring connections. Refer to Table 3-49 for
applicable ACU controller connections and cable identifications.
Connections for SMT RIM (TB9 and TB11) to ACU Reader Port 1
TB
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
9
1
K2 N.O.
Aux Relay 2 Normally Open
9
2
K2 N.C.
Aux Relay 2 Normally Closed
9
3
K2 C.
Aux Relay 2 Common
9
4
K1 N.O.
Aux Relay 1 Normally Open
9
5
K1 N.C.
Aux Relay 1 Normally Closed
9
6
K1 C.
Aux Relay 1 Common
11
1
+24V
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-7 (+24V)
11
2
GND
0V
ACU TB2-8 (0V)
11
3
R-
To ACU Expansion Port TX (-)
ACU TB2-10 (R1T-)
11
4
R+
To ACU Expansion Port TX (+)
ACU TB2-9 (R1T+)
11
5
T-
To ACU Expansion Port RX (-)
ACU TB2-12 (R1R-)
11
6
T+
To ACU Expansion Port RX(+)
ACU TB2-11 (R1R+)
Description
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 6-1: SMT RIM Wiring Connections for SMT RIM TB9 and TB11 to ACU Reader Port 1
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NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 reader ports. Four readers may be multi-dropped on each port along with
Remote Relay Modules (SMT RRM) and Remote Input Modules (SMT RIM).
•
For cable from the SMT RIM to ACU, the Belden Cable numbers suggested:
No. 9329-22 AWG for 1000 ft. (305 m) max distance.
•
No. 9369-18 AWG for 4000 ft. (1220 m) max distance.
•
Install one RS-485 terminator on each reader port.
•
Install RS-485 terminator on the farthest reader cable.
•
Readers and Remote Modules should be multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub.
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Auxiliary Power Supply for RIM
Auxiliary Power Supply for RIM
In most cases the ACU can supply the power for the SMT RIM. When the ACU can not supply power an auxiliary
power supply may be used. When using an auxiliary power supply make sure the 0V terminal on all Remote
modules are connected back to the auxiliary power supply.
Connections for RIM (TB9 and TB11) to ACU Reader Port 2
TB
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
9
1
K2 N.O.
Aux Relay 2 Normally Open
9
2
K2 N.C.
Aux Relay 2 Normally Closed
9
3
K2 C.
Aux Relay 2 Common
9
4
K1 N.O.
Aux Relay 1 Normally Open
9
5
K1 N.C.
Aux Relay 1 Normally Closed
9
6
K1 C.
Aux Relay 1 Common
11
1
+24V
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-1 (+24V)
11
2
GND
0V
ACU TB2-2 (0V)
11
3
R-
From ACU TX (-)
ACU TB2-4 (R1T-)
11
4
R+
From ACU TX (+)
ACU TB2-3 (R1T+)
11
5
T-
From ACU RX (-)
ACU TB2-6 (R1R-)
11
6
T+
From ACU RX(+)
ACU TB2-5 (R1R+)
Description
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 6-2: RIM Wiring Connections for RIM (TB9 and TB11) to ACU Reader Port 2
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NOTES:
•
Each ACU controller has 2 reader ports. Four readers may be multi-dropped on each port along with
Remote Relay Modules (RRM) and Remote Input Modules (RIM).
•
For cable from the RIM to ACU, the Belden Cable numbers suggested:
No. 9329-22 AWG for 1000 ft. (305 m) max distance.
•
No. 9369-18 AWG for 4000 ft. (1220 m) max distance.
•
Two RS-485 Terminators are supplied with each ACU controller.
•
Install one RS-485 terminator on each reader port.
•
Install RS-485 terminator on the farthest reader cable.
•
Readers and Remote Modules should be multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub.
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Connections for TB1 - TB3 on RIM on SMT RIM
TB
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
1
1
IN1
Zone Input 1
1
2
IN1
Zone Input 1
1
3
IN2
Zone Input 2
1
4
IN2
Zone Input 2
2
1
IN3
Zone Input 3
2
2
IN3
Zone Input 3
2
3
IN4
Zone Input 4
2
4
IN4
Zone Input 4
3
1
IN5
Zone Input 5
3
2
IN5
Zone Input 5
3
3
IN6
Zone Input 6
3
4
IN6
Zone Input 6
Description
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Cable Color
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 6-3: RIM Wiring Connections for TB1 - TB3
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Input State Resistance Range
Zone Input
State
Sensor Circuit in Ohms
Normally Closed
Sensor Circuit in Ohms
Normally Open
Secure
1000
1000
Active
2000
500
Open
> 50,000
> 50,000
Short
< 50
< 50
Table 6-4: Input Zone Status By Resistance
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Connections for TB4, TB7 and TB8 on RIM
TB
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
7
1
IN12
Zone Input 12
7
2
IN12
Zone Input 12
7
3
IN11
Zone Input 11
7
4
IN11
Zone Input 11
8
1
IN10
Zone Input 10
8
2
IN10
Zone Input 10
8
3
IN9
Zone Input 9
8
4
IN9
Zone Input 9
4
1
IN8
Zone Input 8
4
2
IN8
Zone Input 8
4
3
IN7
Zone Input 7
4
4
IN7
Zone Input 7
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Description
Cable Color
(Filled in by Installer)
Table 6-5: RIM Wiring Connections for TB4, 7, and 8
Connections for TB5, TB6, and TB10 on RIM
TB
Pin
No.
Term.
Strip
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Description
6
1
IN13
Zone Input 13
6
2
IN13
Zone Input 13
6
3
IN14
Zone Input 14
6
4
IN14
Zone Input 14
5
1
IN15
Zone Input 15
5
2
IN15
Zone Input 15
5
3
IN16
Zone Input 16
5
4
IN16
Zone Input 16
10
1
IN17
Unsupervised Zone Input 17
10
2
GND
Ground
10
3
IN18
Unsupervised Zone Input 18
10
4
GND
Ground
10
5
IN19
Unsupervised Zone Input 19
10
6
GND
Ground
Cable Color
(Filled in by Installer)
Table 6-6: RIM Wiring Connections for TB5, 6, and 10
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Setting the DIP Switches on the Surface Mount RIM (only)
SW1 Switch Settings
The 8-position DIP switch (SW1) located on the Surface Mount RIM16-E1L (Figure 6-1) should be set
according to Table 6-7.
Switch Number
Description
SW1-1
SW1-2
Module address:
Off
Off
Addr 4
On
Off
Addr 5
Off
On
Addr 6
On
On
Addr 7
SW1-4
Alarm Latching:
On
Enables latching – Associated LEDs for zones 1-16 will latch on
alarm. Zone 18 will reset cleared zone LEDs.
Off
Disables latching
SW1-3
SW1-5
SW1-6
Zone Termination:
Off
Off
Off
0.5K alarm, 1K safe, 2K alarm
On
Off
Off
75 ohms alarm, 150 safe, 300 alarm
Off
On
Off
1K safe, 3K alarm, 5-7K ground
On
On
Off
1K safe, 3K alarm
Off
Off
On
6.8K safe, 24K alarm
On
Off
On
1.5K safe, 3K alarm
Off
On
On
10K safe, 5K alarm
On
On
On
5K safe, 10K alarm
7 & 8 spares
Table 6-7: Surface Mount RIM DIP Switch Settings
SW2 Switch Settings for RS485 Termination
The 2-position DIP switch (SW2) located on the Surface Mount RIM (Figure 6-1) is used to terminate the
Surface Mount RIMs RS485 communication.
NOTE: The switches on the surface mount RIM can be changed while power is still applied to the
board and take effect immediately.
Switch SW2
Description
SW2-1
Received Pair Termination
SW2-2
Transmit Pair Termination
Table 6-8: Surface Mount RIM Switch SW2 for RS485 Terminations.
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Setting the DIP Switches on the Surface Mount RIM (only)
SW3 and SW4 Switch Settings for Input Zone Termination
The 8-position DIP switch (SW3 and SW4) located on the Surface Mount RIM (Figure 6-1) are used to
terminate the Surface Mount RIMs Inputs.
NOTE: The switches on the surface mount RIM can be changed while power is still applied to the
board and take effect immediately.
Switch SW3
Description
SW3-1
Zone 0 Termination*
SW3-2
Zone 1 Termination*
SW3-3
Zone 2 Termination*
SW3-4
Zone 3 Termination*
SW3-5
Zone 4 Termination*
SW3-6
Zone 5 Termination*
SW3-7
Zone 6 Termination*
SW3-8
Zone 7 Termination*
Switch SW4
Description
SW4-1
Zone 8 Termination*
SW4-2
Zone 9 Termination*
SW4-3
Zone 10 Termination*
SW4-4
Zone 11 Termination*
SW4-5
Zone 12 Termination*
SW4-6
Zone 13 Termination*
SW4-7
Zone 14 Termination*
SW4-8
Zone 15 Termination*
Table 6-9: Surface Mount RIM Switch SW3 and SW4 for Input Terminations.
* Switch in ON position will terminate the zone with 1K resister.
Setting the Jumper on the Surface Mount RIM (only)
Jumper W1 and W2 Settings
Jumpers W1 and W2 located on the Surface Mount RIM (Figure 6-1) are used to select if 27VDC will be
supplied by relays K1 and K2 on the Surface Mount RIMs RS485 communication.
Jumper
Description
W1
Jump pins 2 & 3 Relay K1 Dry
W1
Jump pins 1 & 2 Relay K1 energized with +24V
W2
Jump pins 2 & 3 Relay K2 Dry
W2
Jump pins 1 & 2 Relay K2 energized with +24V
Table 6-10: Surface Mount RIM Jumpers W1 and W2.
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Setting the DIP Switches on the RIM
The 6-position DIP switch (S1) located on the RIM (Figure 6-3) should be set according to Table 6-11
NOTE: The switches are read at power-up and will be ignored thereafter. If it is necessary to change
a setting, power MUST be cycled OFF then, AFTER the setting are changed, back ON.
Switch Number
Description
SW-1
SW-2
Module address:
Off
Off
Addr 4
On
Off
Addr 5
Off
On
Addr 6
On
On
Addr 7
SW-4
Alarm Latching:
On
Enables latching – Associated LEDs for zones 1-16 will latch on
alarm. Zone 18 will reset cleared zone LEDs.
Off
Disables latching
SW-3
SW-5
SW-6
Zone Termination:
Off
Off
Off
1 Kohm = secure / 500 or 2 Kohm = alarm
On
Off
Off
200 ohms = secure / 10K = alarm
Off
On
Off
1 Kohm = secure / 3 Kohm = alarm / 5 or 7 Kohm = tamper
On
On
Off
1 Kohm = secure / 3 Kohm
Off
Off
On
6.8 Kohm = secure / 24.8 Kohm = alarm
On
Off
On
1.5 Kohm = secure / 3 Kohm = alarm
Off
On
On
10 Kohm = secure / 5 Kohm = alarm
On
On
On
5 Kohm = secure / 10 Kohm = alarm
Table 6-11: RIM DIP Switch Settings
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Operation LED’s on the Surface Mount RIM
The LED’s on the Surface Mount Remote Input Module will light as follows:
LED
Description
A
On when board is Communicating to ACU
B
Heart 1 Hz Flash-CPU is functioning correctly
C
Flashing when offline
Tx
Flashing when transmitting data to ACU
Rx
Flashing when receiving data from ACU
ON
ON when Power is applied to board
D57
ON when relay 2 is energized
D52
ON when relay 1 is energized
Status of 16 Alarm points
Green - Secure
Red
- Active
Yellow - Trouble
LED’s 1 - 16
Table 6-12: RIM and Surface Mount RIM Normal LED Status
Normal Operation LED’s on the RIM
The LED’s on the Remote Input Module will light as follows:
LED
Description
A
ON steady when board is Online
B
Heart beat 1 flash per second
C
Flashing when board is Off-line
Tx
Flashing when transmitting data to ACU
Rx
Flashing when receiving data from ACU
ON
ON when Power is applied
D79
ON when relay 2 is energized
D80
ON when relay 1 is energized
Status of 16 Alarm points
LED’s 1 - 16
Green - Secure
Red
- Active
Yellow - Trouble (open or short, etc.)
Table 6-13: RIM Normal LED Status
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Alarm Numbers on RIM
RIM Alarm Numbers for the Host PC
Expansion port 1 Address:
Expansion port 2 Address:
4
5
6
7
4
5
6
7
IN1
128
144
160
176
192
208
224
240
IN2
129
145
161
177
193
209
225
241
IN3
130
146
162
178
194
210
226
242
IN4
131
147
163
179
195
211
227
243
IN5
132
148
164
180
196
212
228
244
IN6
133
149
165
181
197
213
229
245
IN7
134
150
166
182
198
214
230
246
IN8
135
151
167
183
199
215
231
247
IN9
136
152
168
184
200
216
232
248
IN10
137
153
169
185
201
217
233
249
IN11
138
154
170
186
202
218
234
250
IN12
139
155
171
187
203
219
235
251
IN13
140
156
172
188
204
220
236
252
IN14
141
157
173
189
205
221
237
253
IN15
142
158
174
190
206
222
238
254
IN16
143
159
175
191
207
223
239
255
IN17
96
100
104
108
112
116
120
124
IN18
97
101
105
109
113
117
121
125
IN19
98
102
106
110
114
118
122
126
Offline
99
103
107
111
115
119
123
127
Zone
Input
Table 6-14: RIM Alarm Numbers for the Host PC
Relay Numbers on RIM
RIM Relay Numbers for the Host PC
Relay
Number
Expansion port 1 Address:
Expansion port 2 Address:
4
5
6
7
4
5
6
7
K1
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
K2
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
Table 6-15: RIM Relay Numbers for the Host PC
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RRM Remote Relay Module and RRM SMT
The Surface Mount Remote Relay Module (part numbers RRM16-E00 and RRM16-E1L) provides eight
Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT) and eight Double Pole Double Throw (DPDT) dry contact relays.
Each relay is rated 2 Amps at 24 VDC.
Three LED’s provide heartbeat feedback and online status. Twenty two hardware controlled LED's provide communication, power and relay status.
Two unsupervised inputs are available for power fault and cabinet tamper.
The Remote Relay Module requires 24 VDC (±15%).
Warning:
Do not use the ACU controller, Remote Reader Electronics (RRE), Remote Input
Module (RIM) or Remote Relay Module (RRM) to switch any voltage above 30 volts.
Failure to heed this WARNING: can cause death, personal injury or damage to
unit(s).
Auxiliary Power Supply for RRM
In most cases the ACU can supply the power for the RRM. When the ACU can not supply power an auxiliary
power supply may be used. When using an auxiliary power supply make sure the 0V terminal on all Remote
modules are connected back to the auxiliary power supply.
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RRM Surface Mount Circuit Board
Figure 7-1 shows the location of components discussed in this section for the Surface Mount RRM.
TB1 See:
Table 7-1
TB2 See:
Table 7-8
TB3 See:
Table 7-7
SW2 See:
Table 7-10
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ON
ON
A
B
C
TX
RX
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
VIN
GND
T+ T- R+ R-
GND
GND
I1 I2
GND
TB1
1
TB2
K12
K13
K14
K15
K16
NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
K16
K14
K12
K13
TB3
K15
C NC NO C NC NO C NC NO C NC NO C NC NO
K8
K8
K9
K10
K11
K11
K10
K9
K8
J2
TB4
K7
K7
K6
K6
K5
NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
K6
K7
TB5
K5
SW1
C NC NO C NC NO C NC NO C NC NO C NC NO
K5
K4
K4
K3
K3
TB6
K2
K2
K1
K1
NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
TB4 See:
Table 7-6
TB6 See:
Table 7-4
1
K3
K4
K1
K2
ON
U1
SW1 See:
Table 7-9
TB5 See:
Table 7-5
LEDs See:
Table 7-3
Figure 7-1: Locations of Components on Surface Mount RRM
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RRM Circuit Board
Figure 7-2 shows the location of components discussed in this section.
LED Communication Status
Rx - Flashing when receiving data
Tx - Flashing when transmitting data
A - On steady when board is Online
B - Heart beat 1 flash per second
C - Flashing when board is Off-line
ON - Power is applied to the board
LED Power Up Diagnostics
A - ON at start of self test
B - ON if RAM is OK
C - ON if PROM is OK
ON - ON if power is applied
Figure 7-2: Locations of Components on the RRM
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Terminal Block Connector PIN Numbers on the RRM
Table 7-1 though Table 7-7 shows RRM terminal block wiring connections. Refer to Table 3-49 for applicable ACU controller connections and cable identifications.
Connections for Reader Port 1 on RRM
TB
Number
Pin
No.
TB1
I1
Unsupervised Alarm 1
TB1
I2
Unsupervised Alarm 2
TB1
GND
Alarm common ground
TB1
GND
Alarm common ground
TB1
T+
To ACU RX (+)
ACU TB2-11 (R1R+)
TB1
T-
To ACU RX (-)
ACU TB2-12 (R1R-)
TB1
R+
From ACU TX (+)
ACU TB2-9 (R1T+)
TB1
R-
From ACU TX (-)
ACU TB2-10 (R1T-)
TB1
GND
Ground
TB1
GND
Ground
ACU TB2-8 (0V)
TB1
VIN
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-7 (+24V)
Description
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Connected to:
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 7-1: RRM Wiring Connections for Reader Port 1
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NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
7–4
Each ACU2 controller has 2 reader ports. Four readers may be multi-dropped on each port along with
Remote Relay Modules (RRM) and Remote Input Modules (RIM).
Belden Cable numbers suggested:
No. 9329-22 AWG for 1000 ft. (305 m) max distance.
No. 9369-18 AWG for 4000 ft. (1220 m) max distance.
RS-485 Terminators are supplied with each ACU controller.
Install one RS-484 terminator on each reader port.
Install RS-485 terminator on the farthest ACU reader cable.
Readers and Remote Modules should be multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub.
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Connections for Reader Port 2 on RRM
Pin
No.
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Description
I1
Unsupervised Alarm 1
I2
Unsupervised Alarm 2
GND
Alarm common ground
GND
Alarm common ground
T+
To ACU RX (+)
ACU TB2-5 (R2R+)
T-
To ACU RX (-)
ACU TB2-6 (R2R-)
R+
From ACU TX (+)
ACU TB2-3 (R2T+)
R-
From ACU TX (-)
ACU TB2-4 (R2T-)
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
ACU TB2-2 (0V)
VIN
+ 24 Volts In
ACU TB2-1 (+24V)
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Table 7-2: RRM Wiring Connections for Reader Port 2
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NOTES:
•
Each ACU2 controller has 2 reader ports. Four readers may be multi-dropped on each port along
with Remote Relay Modules (RRM) and Remote Input Modules (RIM).
•
Belden Cable numbers suggested:
•
No. 9329-22 AWG for 1000 ft. (305 m) max distance.
•
No. 9369-18 AWG for 4000 ft. (1220 m) max distance.
•
RS-485 Terminators are supplied with each ACU controller.
•
Install one RS-485 terminator on each reader port.
•
Install RS-485 terminator on the farthest reader cable.
•
Readers and Remote Modules should be multi-dropped with no longer than a 10 ft. stub.
Normal Operation LED’s on the RRM
LED
Description
A
ON steady when board is Online
B
Heart beat 1 flash per second
C
Flashing when Offline
Tx
Flashing when transmitting data to ACU
Rx
Flashing when receiving data from ACU
ON
ON when Power is applied
LED’s 1 - 16
One LED per Relay
LED is ON when relay is energized
Table 7-3: RRM Normal LED Operation
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Connections for Relays K1 & K2 on RRM
TB
Number
Pin
No.
Description
TB6
K2 NO
Relay 2 Normally Open
TB6
K2 NC
Relay 2 Normally Closed
TB6
K2 C
Relay 2 Common
TB6
K2 NO
Relay 2 Normally Open
TB6
K2 NC
Relay 2 Normally Closed
TB6
K2 C
Relay 2 Common
TB6
K1 NO
Relay 1 Normally Open
TB6
K1 NC
Relay 1 Normally Closed
TB6
K1 C
Relay 1 Common
TB6
K1 NO
Relay 1 Normally Open
TB6
K1 NC
Relay 1 Normally Closed
TB6
K1 C
Relay 1 Common
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Connected to:
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 7-4: RRM Wiring Connections for Relays 1 & 2
Connections for Relays K3 – K5 on RRM
TB5
K5 C
Relay 5 Common
TB5
K5 NC
Relay 5 Normally Closed
TB5
K5 NO
Relay 5 Normally Open
TB5
K4 C
Relay 4 Common
TB5
K4 NC
Relay 4 Normally Closed
TB5
K4 NO
Relay 4 Normally Open
TB5
K4 C
Relay 4 Common
TB5
K4 NC
Relay 4 Normally Closed
TB5
K4 NO
Relay 4 Normally Open
TB5
K3 C
Relay 3 Common
TB5
K3 NC
Relay 3 Normally Closed
TB5
K3 NO
Relay 3 Normally Open
TB5
K3 C
Relay 3 Common
TB5
K3 NC
Relay 3 Normally Closed
TB5
K3 NO
Relay 3 Normally Open
Table 7-5: RRM Wiring Connections for Relays 3 - 5
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Terminal Block Connector PIN Numbers on the RRM
Connections for Relays K5 - K7 on RRM
TB
Number
Pin
No.
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Description
TB4
K7 NO
Relay 7 Normally Open
TB4
K7 NC
Relay 7 Normally Closed
TB4
K7 C
Relay 7 Common
TB4
K7 NO
Relay 7 Normally Open
TB4
K7 NC
Relay 7 Normally Closed
TB4
K7 C
Relay 7 Common
TB4
K6 NO
Relay 6 Normally Open
TB4
K6 NC
Relay 6 Normally Closed
TB4
K6 C
Relay 6 Common
TB4
K6 NO
Relay 6 Normally Open
TB4
K6 NC
Relay 6 Normally Closed
TB4
K6 C
Relay 6 Common
TB4
K5 NO
Relay 5 Normally Open
TB4
K5 NC
Relay 5 Normally Closed
TB4
K5 C
Relay 5 Common
Connected to:
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 7-6: RRM Wiring Connections for Relays 5-7
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Connections for Relays K8 - K11 on RRM
TB
Number
Pin
No.
Description
TB3
K8 C
Relay 8 Common
TB3
K8 NC
Relay 8 Normally Closed
TB3
K8 NO
Relay 8 Normally Open
TB3
K8 C
Relay 8 Common
TB3
K8 NC
Relay 8 Normally Closed
TB3
K8 NO
Relay 8 Normally Open
TB3
K9 C
Relay 9 Common
TB3
K9 NC
Relay 9 Normally Closed
TB3
K9 NO
Relay 9 Normally Open
TB3
K10 C
Relay 10 Common
TB3
K10 NC
Relay 10 Normally Closed
TB3
K10 NO
Relay 10 Normally Open
TB3
K11 C
Relay 11 Common
TB3
K11 NC
Relay 11 Normally Closed
TB3
K11 NO
Relay 11 Normally Open
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Connected to:
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 7-7: RRM Wiring Connections for Relays 8-11
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Setting the DIP Switches on the RRM and Surface Mount RRM
Connections for Relays K12 - K16 on RRM
TB
Number
Pin
No.
Connected to:
(Filled in by Installer)
Description
TB2
K12 NO
Relay 12 Normally Open
TB2
K12 NC
Relay 12 Normally Closed
TB2
K12 C
Relay 12 Common
TB2
K13 NO
Relay 13 Normally Open
TB2
K13 NC
Relay 13 Normally Closed
TB2
K13 C
Relay 13 Common
TB2
K14 NO
Relay 14 Normally Open
TB2
K14 NC
Relay 14 Normally Closed
TB2
K14 C
Relay 14 Common
TB2
K15 NO
Relay 15 Normally Open
TB2
K15 NC
Relay 15 Normally Closed
TB2
K15 C
Relay 15 Common
TB2
K16 NO
Relay 16 Normally Open
TB2
K16 NC
Relay 16 Normally Closed
TB2
K16 C
Relay 16 Common
Connected to:
(Filled in by
Installer)
Table 7-8: RRM Wiring Connections for Relays 12-16
Setting the DIP Switches on the RRM and Surface Mount RRM
SW1 Settings on Surface Mount RRM
The 6-position DIP switch (S1) located on the RRM (Figure 7-2) should be set according to Table 7-9.
The 8-position DIP switch (SW1) located on the Surface Mount RRM (Figure 7-1) should be set according to Table 7-9.
NOTE: The switches are read at power-up and will be ignored thereafter. If it is necessary to change
a setting, power MUST be cycled OFF then, AFTER the setting are changed, back ON.
Switches 1,2 - Communication
Address:
1 = OFF
1 = ON
1 = OFF
1 = ON
Switch 3
Spare
Switch 4
Spare
Switch 5
Spare
Switch 6
Spare
Switch 7 (Surface Mount Only)
Spare
Switch 8 (Surface Mount Only)
Spare
2 = OFF
2 = OFF
2 = ON
2 = ON
Address 4
Address 5
Address 6
Address 7
Table 7-9: RRM DIP Switch SW1 Settings
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SW2 Settings on Surface Mount RRM
The 2-position DIP switch (SW2) located on the Surface Mount RRM (Figure 7-1) is used to terminate
the RS-485 communications and should be set according to Table 7-10.
NOTE: The switches on the surface mount RRM can be changed while power is still applied to the
board and take effect immediately.
Switch
Number
Function
SW2-1
Receive Pair Termination
SW2-2
Transmit Pair Termination
Table 7-10: RRM DIP Switch SW1 Settings
Alarm Numbers on RRM and Surface Mount RRM
RRM Alarm Numbers for the Host PC
Expansion port 1 Address:
Expansion port 2 Address:
Zone
Number
4
5
6
7
4
5
6
7
IN1
97
101
105
109
113
117
121
125
IN2
98
102
106
110
114
118
122
126
Offline
99
103
107
111
115
119
123
127
Table 7-11: RRM Alarm Numbers for the Host PC
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Relay Numbers on RRM and Surface Mount RRM
Relay Numbers on RRM and Surface Mount RRM
RRM Relay Numbers for the Host PC
Expansion port 1 Address:
Expansion port 2 Address:
Relay
Number
4
5
6
7
4
5
6
7
K1
112
128
144
160
48
64
80
96
K2
113
129
145
161
49
65
81
97
K3
114
130
146
162
50
66
82
98
K4
115
131
147
163
51
67
83
99
K5
116
132
148
164
52
68
84
100
K6
117
133
149
165
53
69
85
101
K7
118
134
150
166
54
70
86
102
K8
119
135
151
167
55
71
87
103
K9
120
136
152
168
56
72
88
104
K10
121
137
153
169
57
73
89
105
K11
122
138
154
170
58
74
90
106
K12
123
139
155
171
59
75
91
107
K13
124
140
156
172
60
76
92
108
K14
125
141
157
173
61
77
93
109
K15
126
142
158
174
62
78
94
110
K16
127
143
159
175
63
79
95
111
Table 7-12: RRM Relay Numbers for the Host PC
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Chapter 8
Testing Procedures
Once the ACU controller, One-Stage Reader, RRE, RIM or RRM has been installed and the wiring and
DIP switch settings have been verified, the system should be tested according to the following procedures.
Power-Up Self-Test On The ACU2X Controller
LED
Description
LED1 (Red)
ON indicating power-up
LED2 (Red)
ON when successful RAM test finished
(blinks once if 1-Mbyte RAM installed)
LED3 (Red)
ON when successful PROM test finished
LED4 (Red)
ON for one second when initialization completes
Table 8-1: ACU2X LED Power-Up Self Test
Power-Up Self-Test On The ACU2 Controller
The ACU2 controller should always be tested after installing any module. The power-up self-test indicators for the ACU2 controller are LED1, LED2, LED3, and LED4 on the ACU2 controller's PCB Assembly
(See Figure 3-19). The LED’s will light at power-up as follows, after all ON at hardware reset, then all
OFF:
LED
Description
LED1 (Green)
ON indicating power-up
LED2 (Yellow)
ON when successful RAM test finished
(blinks once if 1-Mbyte RAM installed)
LED3 (Green)
ON when successful PROM test finished
LED4 (Yellow)
ON for one second when initialization completes
Table 8-2: ACU2 LED Power-Up Self Test
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Online Tests For ACUX Controllers
LED
Description
LED1 (Red)
Flashes at a 1 Hz rate
LED2 (Red)
ON while transmitting to the Remote Module
LED3 (Red)
Two seconds OFF, then blinks once if Reader 0 is online,
followed by blinking twice if Reader 1 is online, etc.
LED4 (Red)
ON if zone voltage reference is ever out of range
(indicates board or power supply failure)
H1 (Green)
ON when transmitting data to host
H1 (Yellow)
ON when receiving data from host
H2 (Green)
ON when transmitting data to host
H2 (Yellow)
ON when receiving data from host
Table 8-3: ACU2X Online Test LEDS
Online Tests For ACU Controllers
The normal operating indicators for the ACU controller are indicated by LED's 1 - 6 (See Figure 3-19).
The LED’s on the ACU controller’s PCB will light as follows:
LED
Description
LED1 (Green)
Flashes at a 1 Hz rate
LED2 (Yellow)
ON while transmitting to the Remote Modules
LED3 (Green)
Two seconds OFF, then blinks once if Reader 0 is online, followed
by blinking twice if Reader 1 is online, etc.
LED4 (Yellow)
ON if zone voltage reference is ever out of range (indicates board
or power supply failure)
LED5 (Green)
ON when transmitting data to host
LED6 (Yellow)
ON when receiving data from host
Table 8-4: ACU Online Test LEDS
If LEDs 1,2,3 and 4 flash simultaneously once a second usually indicates that the memory module,
SIMM, is not being recognized or the EPROM has a problem.
One-Stage Reader Field Wiring Test
After making all connections and prior to connecting TB1 to the RMS/RWE reader, the following tests
should be made. Connections should already be completed at the ACU and external power supply if
used.
Layout of the connector block as viewed from the rear of the reader
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TB1 Terminal numbers with function description.
PIN #
1
Description
+ 24 VDC
2
0 VDC
3
Not Used - Make No Connection
4
Transmit Data +
5
Transmit Data -
6
Receive Data +
7
Receive Data -
8
Zone Input 0+ Norm. Door Contact
9
Zone Input 0- Norm. Door Contact
10
Zone Input 1+ Norm. Exit Push Button
11
Zone Input 1- Norm. Exit Push Button
12
Zone Input 2+ Aux. Input #1
13
Zone Input 2- Aux. Input #1
14
Zone Input 3+ Aux. Input #2
15
Zone Input 3- Aux. Input #2
16
Door Strike
Table 8-5: One-Stage Reader Wiring Test
From
To
Voltage
Tolerance
Term 1
Term 2
+ 24 VDC
3.5 VDC
Term 4
Term 5
+ 4.0 VDC*
0.5 VDC
Term 6
Term 7
+ 2.5 VDC *
0.5 VDC
Term 1
Bldg. Gnd.
24 VDC
3.5 VDC
Term 2
Bldg. Gnd.
0 VDC
0.5 VDC
Term 4
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
Term 5
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
Term 6
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
Term 7
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
Table 8-6: Test Points and Voltages
* After the first reader is connected these voltages will modulate due to data on the line.
Most Digital Volt Meters should indicate about 2.0 VDC.
From
To
Resistance
Term 8
Term 9
1 K ohm with door closed
2 K or 500 ohm door open
Term 10
Term 11
2 K or 500 ohm with EPB idle
1 K ohm with EPB active
Term 12
Term 14
Term 13
Term 15
1 K ohm secure
2 K or 500 ohms in alarm
Table 8-7: Test Points and Resistance
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Power-Up Self-Test on the One-Stage Reader
The One-Stage Reader should always be tested after installation. The indicators for the One-Stage
Reader are the three LED’s located on the faceplate of the Reader (Figure 4-1). The LED’s will light as
follows:
Green LED
ON at power-up
Yellow LED
ON when successful RAM test is finished
Red LED
ON when successful PROM test and initialization completed
Table 8-8: One Stage Reader Power-Up Self Test
After all three LED’s have lit, RED LED and GREEN LED will be OFF and YELLOW LED will flash at a 1
Hz rate.
Normal Operation Test on the One-Stage Reader
The One-Stage Reader should always be tested after installation. The indicators for the reader are the
three LED’s located on the faceplate of the reader (Figure 4-1). The operations and status indications
are shown in Table 8-9.
State
Red
Yellow
Green
Beeper
Online
On
Dim Flash
Off
None
Off-Line
Off
Dim Flash
Dim Flash
None
Access Grant
Off
Dim Flash
Flashes
One 2-Second Beep
Door Unlocked
Off
Dim Flash
On
None
Access Denied
Off
Dim Flash
Off
Three 1/2-Second Beeps
Not Configured
Off
Dim Flash
Off
None
Door In Alarm
Bright Flash
Bright Flash
Bright Flash
Interrupted Beep
Door In Alarm
(Masked)
Bright Flash
Bright Flash
Bright Flash
None
Enter Keypad
Off
Bright Flash
Off
None
Key Pressed
Flash
Bright Flash
Flash
When Keypad Pressed
Second Card
Bright Flash
Dim Flash
Off
None
Area Secured
On
Dim Flash
Off
One-4-Second Beep
Area Unsecured
Off
Dim Flash
On
Two 2-Second Beeps
Table 8-9: One-Stage Reader LED/Beeper Usage
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RRE Field Wiring Test
RRE Field Wiring Test
After making all connections and prior to connecting TB1 to the RRE reader, the following tests should
be made. Connections should already be completed at the ACU and external power supply if used.
Layout of the connector block as viewed from the front of RRE
TB1 Terminal Numbers With Function Description
PIN #
Description
1
+ 24 VDC
2
0 VDC
3
+12 VDC
4
Transmit Data +
5
Transmit Data -
6
Receive Data +
7
Receive Data -
8
Zone Input 0+ Norm. Door Contact
9
Zone Input 0- Norm. Door Contact
10
Zone Input 1+ Norm. Exit Push Button
11
Zone Input 1- Norm. Exit Push Button
12
Zone Input 2+ Aux. Input #1
13
Zone Input 2- Aux. Input #1
14
Zone Input 3+ Aux. Input #2
15
Zone Input 3- Aux. Input #2
Table 8-10: REE Connections
Test Points and Expected Voltages
From
To
Voltage
Tolerance
Term 1
Term 2
+ 24 VDC
3.5 VDC
Term 4
Term 5
+ 4.0 VDC*
0.5 VDC
Term 6
Term 7
+ 2.5 VDC *
0.5 VDC
Term 1
Bldg. Gnd.
24 VDC
3.5 VDC
Term 2
Bldg. Gnd.
0 VDC
0.5 VDC
Term 4
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
Term 5
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
Term 6
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
Term 7
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
Table 8-11: RRE Test Points and Voltages
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* After the first reader is connected these voltages will modulate due to data on the line.
Most Digital Volt Meters should indicate about 2.0 VDC.
Test points and expected resistance
From
To
Resistance
Term 8
Term 9
1 K ohm with door closed
2 K or 500 ohm door open
Term 10
Term 11
2 K or 500 ohm with EPB idle
1 K ohm with EPB active
Term 12
Term 14
Term 13
Term 15
1 K ohm secure
2 K or 500 ohms in alarm
Table 8-12: RRE Test Points and Resistance
Power-Up Self-Test on the RRE
The RRE should always be tested after installation. The LED on the read head installed can be used as
the indicator for the test (Table 8-8). If installation does not have a read head with an LED, perform routine function tests of the system.
Normal Operation Test on the RRE
The RRE should always be tested after installation. The operations and status indications are shown in
Table 8-13. See Figure 5-2 for the locations on LED’s.
LED
Description
Tx
Flashing when transmitting data to ACU
Rx
Flashing when receiving data from ACU
ON
ON when power is supplied
Led 4
ON when relay 1 is energized
Led 5
ON when relay 2 is energized
Table 8-13: LED Indicators on the RRE
The LED on the read head installed can be used as the indicator for the test. The operation and status
indications are shown in Table 8-14.
State
LED
Online
Off
Off-Line
Dim Flash
Access Grant
Flashes
Door Unlocked
On
Door In Alarm
Bright Flashing
Note: The IGS Mullion Reader has 3 LED’s; refer to Table 8-2
Table 8-14: Read Head LED Usage for RRE
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RIM Field Wiring Test
RIM Field Wiring Test
After making all connections and prior to connecting the ribbon cable to the RIM, the following tests
should be made. Connections should already be completed at the ACU and external power supply if
used.
Test points and expected voltages.
From
To
Voltage
Tolerance
GND
+24V
+ 24 VDC
3.5 VDC
T+
T-
+ 4.0 VDC*
0.5 VDC
R+
R-
+ 2.5 VDC *
0.5 VDC
+24V
Bldg. Gnd.
24 VDC
3.5 VDC
GND
Bldg. Gnd.
0 VDC
0.5 VDC
T+
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
T-
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
R+
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
R-
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
Table 8-15: RIM Test Points and Voltages
* After the first reader is connected these voltages will modulate due to data on the line.
Most Digital Volt Meters should indicate about 2.0 VDC.
Power-Up Self Test on the RIM
The Remote Input Module should always be tested after installation. The indicators for the RIM are the
red LED’s located on the component board. See Figure 6-3 for the locations of LED’s. The LED’s will
light as shown in Table 8-16 and Table 8-17.
LED
Description
A
ON at power-up
B
ON when successful RAM test is finished
C
ON when successful PROM test and initialization completed
ON
LED’s 1 - 16
ON when Power is applied
All Green, then All Yellow, then All Red
Table 8-16: Power-up LED Indicators on the RIM
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Normal Operation Test on the RIM
The operation and status LED’s will light as follows:
LED
Description
A
ON steady when board is Online with the ACU controller
B
Heart beat 1 flash per second
C
Flashing when board is Off-Line with the ACU
TX
Flashing when transmitting data to ACU
RX
Flashing when receiving data from ACU
ON
ON when Power is applied
D79
ON when relay 2 is energized
D80
ON when relay 1 is energized
LED’s 1 - 16
Status of 16 Alarm points Green - Secure
Red - Active (in Alarm)
Yellow - Trouble (open or short etc.)
Table 8-17: Normal LED Indicators on the RIM
RRM Field Wiring Test
After making all connections and prior to connecting the ribbon cable to the RRM, the following tests
should be made. Connections should already be completed at the ACU and external power supply if
used.
Test points and expected voltages
From
To
Voltage
Tolerance
GND
VIN
+ 24 VDC
3.5 VDC
T+
T-
+ 4.0 VDC*
0.5 VDC
R+
R-
+ 2.5 VDC *
0.5 VDC
+24V
Bldg. Gnd.
24 VDC
3.5 VDC
GND
Bldg. Gnd.
0 VDC
0.5 VDC
T+
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
T-
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
R+
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
R-
Bldg. Gnd.
Less than 6.0 VDC
N/A
Table 8-18: RRM Test points and Voltages
* After the first reader is connected these voltages will modulate due to data on the line.
Most Digital Volt Meters should indicate about 2.0 VDC.
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Power-Up Self-Test on the RRM
Power-Up Self-Test on the RRM
The Remote Relay Module should always be tested after installation. The indicators for the RRM are the
red LED’s located on the component board. The LED’s will light as follows:
LED
Description
A
ON at power-up
B
ON when successful RAM test is finished
C
ON when successful PROM test and initialization completed
ON
ON when Power is applied
Table 8-19: Power-up LED Indicators on the RRM
After all three LED’s have lit, LED B will flash at a 1 Hz rate.
Normal Operation Test on the RRM
The operation and status LED’s will light as follows:
LED
Description
A
ON steady when board is Online with the ACU controller
B
Heart beat 1 flash per second
C
Flashing when board is Off-Line
Tx
Flashing when transmitting data to ACU
Rx
Flashing when receiving data from ACU
ON
ON when Power is applied
LED’s 1 - 16
One LED per Relay
LED is ON when relay is energized
Table 8-20: Normal LED Indicators on the RRM
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Voltage Test on 4-AMP Power Supply/Charge Assembly
Use a voltmeter to measure the DC output as shown in Figure 8-1.
Figure 8-1: Measuring DC Voltage on 4-Amp Power Supply/Charger
Normal Operation For 4-AMP Power Supply
The operation and status LED’s will light as follows:
LED
Green
Red
Description
ON when AC Power is present
ON when DC power is present
(Does not mean 5-Amp Fuse is Good)
Table 8-21: Normal LED Indicators on the 4-Amp Power Supply
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Voltage Test on 8-AMP Power Supply/Charger Assembly
Voltage Test on 8-AMP Power Supply/Charger Assembly
Use a voltmeter to measure the DC output as shown in Figure 8-2.
Figure 8-2: Measuring DC Voltage on 8-Amp Power Supply/Charger
Normal Operation For 8-AMP Power Supply
The operation and status LED’s will light as follows:
LED
Green
Red
Description
ON when AC Power is present
ON when DC power is present
(Does not mean 10-Amp Fuse is Good)
Table 8-22: Normal LED Indicators on the 8-Amp Power Supply
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Chapter 9
Maintenance
General
This section contains the basic maintenance information needed to service the ACU system components. Most maintenance service involves replacing a hardware assembly or printed circuit board. With
the exception of certain PROMs, it is suggested that no attempt be made by the user to service the system to the chip level.
Preventive Maintenance
Since the ACU system components are composed of electronic devices, they require no regularly scheduled maintenance, other than cleaning and checking the batteries as described in the following sections.
Read Head Cleaning (Magnetic Only)
Dust and dirt may impair the performance of the card read head mechanism. Where possible, the readers should be placed in a position offering protection from wind-blown particles. It still may be necessary
to periodically clean the read head mechanism of dirt and foreign material.
A cleaning kit for card readers (GE Security part number IGR-MAGCLN-KIT) is available. The procedure
for cleaning the read head mechanism with the cleaning kit is as follows:
CAUTION:
NEVER insert any hard object other than the magnetic access card into the reader
card slot. This could result in severe damage to the read head and/or mounting
assembly.
Wet a strip approximately 1 in (25 mm) wide along one edge of the textured side of the head cleaning
card. Use the squeeze-bottle of the head-cleaning solution found with the cleaning kit.
Pass the wet edge of the cleaning card through the reader slot from top to bottom in the same manner as
a regular access card (with the textured side to the right).
Repeat step 2 using the dry edge of the cleaning card to remove any stubborn contaminates.
Repeat steps 1 through 3 until the read head is clean (no additional contaminants appear on the cleaning
card).
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Enclosure Cleaning
In order to reduce the cost of repairs and keep the ACU system components downtime to a minimum,
the enclosures should be kept clean. See Table A-13 for current GE part numbers. Perform the following
procedure once every three months:
Warning:
DO NOT apply electrical power to the ACU controller while it is being maintained.
Make certain the 120/240 VAC power source circuit breaker is turned OFF until after
the maintenance has been completed (all procedure steps completed). If this WARNING: is not observed, personal injury or death could occur, or the equipment could be
damaged.
1. Turn OFF the 120/240 VAC power source to the ACU controller.
2. Unlock and open the front panel of the ACU controller.
3. Turn off DC Out Switch
4. If the batteries are installed, disconnect the WHT/RED wire (Figure 2-17) battery terminal (gently pull
the wire connector from the battery terminal). This must be done to remove DC power source from
the ACU controller PCB assembly.
CAUTION:
DO NOT use a vacuum cleaner to clean the ACU controller PCB assembly (Figure 21). If this is done, static-sensitive devices on the assembly could be destroyed.
5. Use a vacuum cleaner to collect dirt accumulated within the enclosure.
6. Reconnect the WHT/RED wire (disconnected in step 3) to the (+) battery terminal.
7. Turn on DC Out Switch
NOTE: If other preventive maintenance is to be performed, proceed to the applicable procedure,
otherwise proceed to step 8.
8. Close and lock the front panel.
9. Reapply AC power (removed in step 1) to the ACU controller.
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Checking The Batteries
Checking The Batteries
Warning:
The ACU controller enclosure contains electrical shock potential. Be careful not to
touch circuits that contain these potentials. If this WARNING: is not observed, death
or personal injury could result, or the equipment could be damaged.
1. Unlock and open the front panel of the ACU controller.
2. Inspect the two batteries for corrosion.
If it is determined that the batteries need to be replaced, refer to "Replacing ACU Batteries".
If other preventive maintenance is to be performed, proceed to the applicable procedure.
If the batteries do not have to be replaced, proceed to step 3.
3. Close and lock the front panel.
Warning:
The ACU controller enclosure contains electrical shock potential. Be careful not to
touch circuits that contain these potentials. If this WARNING: is not observed, death
or personal injury could result, or the equipment could be damaged.
4. Unlock and open the front panel of the ACU controller.
5. Use a voltmeter to test the output of the two batteries (see Table 9-1). (Refer to "Replacing ACU
Batteries" section if the batteries require replacing.)
Output
24 VDC
Charging / Discharging / No Load
Charging Voltage (ac ON)
Discharging Voltage (ac OFF)
No Load Voltage
Output Voltage
27.2 to 27.6 VDC
20 to 27 VDC
23 to 27 VDC
NOTE: A single battery may also be tested for 12 VDC.
Table 9-1: Output DC Voltage(s) on the ACU Batteries
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Checking Batteries Without Power
Warning:
DO NOT apply electrical power to the ACU controller while it is being maintained.
Make certain that the 120/240 VAC power source circuit breaker is turned OFF until
after the maintenance has been completed (all procedure steps completed). If this
WARNING: is not observed, personal injury or death could occur, or the equipment
could be damaged.
1. Unlock and open the front panel of the ACU controller.
2. Observe that the LED's are operating and that power is being supplied to the ACU controller.
3. Turn OFF the 120/240 VAC power source to the ACU controller.
4. Observe that the LED's are operating and that power is being supplied to the ACU controller. Verify
at the control center that it has received an "AC POWER FAILURE" alarm from the ACU controller
under test. (The power now is being supplied by the UPS batteries.)
5. Allow the ACU controller to operate with the DC power for 5 minutes. If a more rigorous test of
backup availability is desired, operate with the DC power from ½-hour to 4 hours (time should never
exceed 6 hours).
NOTE: If it is determined that the batteries need to be replaced (batteries cannot supply adequate
power to operate ACU controller), refer to "Replacing ACU Batteries" section.
If other preventive maintenance is to be performed, proceed to the applicable procedure.
If the batteries do not have to be replaced (and before power is reapplied to the ACU, verify at the
control center that NO "LOW BATTERY" alarm has been received from the ACU controller under
test), proceed to step 6.
6. Reapply AC power source (turned OFF in step 3) to the ACU controller.
7. Observe that the LED's are operating and that power is being supplied to the ACU controller. Verify
at the control center that it has received an "AC POWER FAILURE" cancel from the ACU controller
under test.
8. Close and lock the front panel.
NOTE: ACU Alarm Reporting Voltage Levels for AC fail is 24 VDC for low battery is 21 VDC.
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Troubleshooting The ACU Controller
Troubleshooting The ACU Controller
Troubleshooting the ACU controller is done at the printed circuit board and assembly level. DO NOT
attempt to replace any of the printed circuit board components unless it is specified in the replacement
procedures.
Troubleshooting the ACU controller's PCB assembly is accomplished by performing the procedure in the
"Power-Up Self-Test on the ACU controller" in section 8.
If the ACU controller passes the power-up test, perform the troubleshooting procedures for the associated host computer as described in the host computer's maintenance manual and online tests as
described in "Online Tests on the ACU controller" in section 8.
Auxiliary Power Supply
In most cases the ACU can supply the power for the. When the ACU cannot supply power an auxiliary
power supply may be used. When using an auxiliary power supply make sure the 0V terminal on all
Remote modules are connected back to the auxiliary power supply. Failure to do so may result in failure
to communicate, interment communication or card reads.
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Replaceable Parts
Table 9-2 lists the replaceable parts in the ACU2 controller and the section heading referencing the
replacement procedure for each unit.r
Replaceable Part
Part Number
Section Heading
Controller Printed Circuit Board
Assembly (PCB)
ACU-RS02B
Replacing ACU2 PCB Assembly
Power Supply Assembly, 4-Amp
ACU-5APWR
Replacing ACU2 Controller Power Supply/
Charger Assembly
Power/Supply Charger
Assembly, 8-Amp
ACU-8APWR
Replacing ACU2 Controller Power Supply/
Charger Assembly
Battery, Rechargeable
12 VDC, 7 Amp-hr
ACU-BAT07
Replacing ACU2 Batteries
4 AMP Power Supply;
Power Supply Fuse (ac input)
For 125 VAC operation use:
2.0 A, 250 V Slow-Blow.
For 240 VAC operation use:
1.0 A, 250V Slow-Blow.
Located in ACU2 Power/Supply
Charger
For 120 VAC use
110627
For 240 VAC use
122038
Obsolete
4 AMP Power Supply;
Power Supply Fuse (battery)
5.0 A 250 V Slow-Blow
122020
Obsolete
Located on ACU2 Power
Supply/Charger PCB
8 AMP Power Supply;
Power Supply Fuse (ac input)
For 125 VAC operation use:
4.0 A, 250 V Slow-Blow.
For 240 VAC operation use:
2.0 A, 250V Slow-Blow.
Located in ACU2 Power/Supply
Charger
For 120 VAC use
126161
For 240 VAC use
110627
Obsolete
8 AMP Power Supply;
Power Supply Fuse (battery)
10.0 A 250 V Slow-Blow
Located on ACU2 Power Supply/
Charger PCB
128508
Obsolete
Table 9-2: Replaceable Parts on the ACU2 Controller
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Replacing ACU2 PCB Assembly
Replacing ACU2 PCB Assembly
If troubles have been isolated to a faulty ACU2 PCB assembly (part number ACU-XL16B), the assembly
should be replaced with a known good spare and the faulty assembly returned to GE Security.
The procedure for replacing an ACU2 PCB assembly is as follows:
Warning:
DO NOT apply electrical power to the ACU2 controller while the ACU2 PCB assembly
is being replaced. Make certain that the 120/240 VAC power source circuit breaker is
turned OFF BEFORE replacement procedure has been started and remains OFF
until AFTER the replacement (all procedure steps completed). If this WARNING: is
not observed, death or personal injury could result, or the equipment could be damaged.
1. Turn OFF the 120/240 VAC power source to the ACU2 controller.
2. Unlock and open the front panel of the ACU2 controller.
3. If the batteries are installed, disconnect the WHT/RED wire (Figure 2-17) battery terminal (gently pull
the wire connector from the battery terminal). This must be done to remove DC power source from
the ACU2 Power Supply.
4. Turn off DC Out Switch.
NOTES:
•
Make sure the ACU2 PCB assembly to be replaced was properly wired (correct wires going to
correct terminal blocks).
•
Be sure to note the orientation of the terminal blocks so that they may be placed on the replacement
ACU2 PCB assembly in the same position.
5. Be sure to note the switch (SW1, SW2 and SW50) settings and jumper settings, set the switch
settings and jumper settings on the replacement PCB in the required positions.
CAUTION:
The printed circuit boards or modules contain static-susceptible devices. Prior to handling them, be sure to follow the two rules below to avoid damaging these devices by
static electricity.
Handle all static-sensitive components at a static-safeguarded work area.
Transport all static-sensitive components in static-shield containers or packages.
6. Unplug TB1 (Yellow), TB2 (Pink), TB3 (Green), TB4 (Blue) TB5 and TB6 terminal connectors from
the ACU2 PCB Assembly.
7. Pull (gently) the ACU2 PCB assembly from each of the snap-in supports and remove the assembly
from the enclosure.
NOTE: Refer to "Changing/Installing PROMs" if replacement ACU2 PCB assembly requires the
installation of PROM U7. If the replacement ACU2 PCB assembly already has the required
PROM, proceed to step 8.
8. Transfer PROM U7 from the removed ACU2 PCB assembly to the replacement ACU2 PCB
assembly. See Changing/Replacing PROMs in this section.
9. Position the replacement ACU2 PCB assembly on the supports with a support in each hole in the
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end of the assembly.
10. Press on the ACU2 PCB assembly at each support until ACU2 PCB assembly firmly rests in place
on the support.
11. Reconnect TB1 (YELLOW), TB2 (PINK), TB3 (GREEN), TB4 (BLUE) TB5 and TB6 terminal
connectors to matching color terminal blocks on the replacement ACU2 PCB assembly.
Warning:
The ACU2 controller enclosure contains electrical shock potential. Be careful not to
touch circuits that contain these potentials. If this WARNING: is not observed, death
or personal injury could result, or the equipment could be damaged.
12. Reconnect the WHT/RED wire (Figure 2-17) removed in step 3 to the (+) battery terminal. The
battery DC power source is now being supplied to the ACU2 controller.
13. Turn on DC Out Switch.
14. Reapply the 120/240 VAC power (removed in step 1) to ACU2 controller.
15. Perform test procedures as described in "Power-Up Self Test on ACU2 Controller" and "Online
Tests on ACU2 Controller" sections.
16. Close and lock the front panel of the ACU2 controller.
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Replacing ACU2 Controller Power Supply/Charger Assembly
The procedure for replacing the 4-Amp and 8-Amp power supply/charger assembly is as follows:
Use a voltmeter to measure the DC output as shown in Figure 9-1, if there is a suspected fault in the
power supply/charger.
Figure 9-1: Measuring DC Voltage on Power Supply/Charger
If troubles are isolated to a faulty power supply/charger assembly, replace the faulty unit with a known
good spare. Return the faulty unit to GE Security.
Warning:
DO NOT apply electrical power to the controller while replacing the power supply/
charger assembly. Verify that the 120/240 VAC power source circuit breaker is OFF
before starting replacement procedures and remains OFF until after all replacement
steps are complete. Death, personal injury, or equipment damaged could result if this
WARNING: is not observed.
1. Turn OFF the 120/240 VAC power source to the ACU2 controller.
2. Unlock and open the front panel of the ACU2 controller.
3. Turn off the ACU2 power switch.
4. If the batteries are installed, disconnect all wires (Figure 2-17) from battery terminals (gently pull the
wire connector from the battery terminal). This must be done to remove DC power source from the
ACU2 Power Supply.
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NOTE: Retain all mounting hardware.
5. Remove the Terminal Block TB1 clip-on cover barrier on the ACU2 Controller Power Supply/Charger
Assembly (Figure 2-17).
6. Tag and disconnect the three wires for the AC power source (black, white, and green for 120 VAC or
black red and green for 240 VAC).
7. Tag and disconnect the wiring from the PCB Controller Assembly and optional back-up batteries.
NOTE: Be sure to note that power supply/charger assembly’s DC (-) wire (YELLOW for 4-Amp,
BLACK for 8-Amp) is connected to the mounting hardware on the upper right-hand side of
the power supply/charger assembly
8. Loosen and remove the mounting hardware securing the power supply/charger mounting plate to
the enclosure.
Remove the power supply/charger assembly.
9. Position the replacement power supply/charger assembly onto the panel mounting and secure with
the mounting hardware removed in step 7.
NOTE: Be sure to reconnect the DC (-) wire (YELLOW for 4-Amp, BLACK for 8-Amp) to the mounting hardware on the upper right-hand side of the power supply/charger assembly.
10. Reconnect the wiring to the PCB Controller Assembly and back-up batteries (except the WHT/RED
wire to battery (+) terminal) disconnected in step 3.
11. Reconnect the wiring according to local electrical code to Terminal Block TB1 (removed in step 5).
12. Install the clip-on cover barrier on TB1 removed in step 4.
If applicable, reconnect the WHT/RED wire (Figure 2-17) removed in step 3 to the (+) battery terminal. The battery DC power source is now being supplied to the ACU2 controller.
13. Reapply the 120/240 VAC power (removed in step 1) to ACU2 controller.
14. Perform test procedures as describe in the "Power-Up Self Test on ACU2 Controller" and "Online
Tests on ACU2 Controller" sections.
Verify the Power Supply/Charger output voltage Figure 9-1.
15. Close and lock the front panel of the ACU2 controller.
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Replacing Batteries
1. Turn OFF the 120/240 VAC power source to the ACU2 controller. The power source is now supplied
by the UPS batteries.
2. Unlock and open the front panel of the ACU2 controller.
3. Tag and disconnect the wiring from both battery terminals.
4. Loosen and remove the screw, split-lock, and flat washer from the battery strap bracket on the
batteries (Figure 2-18 and Figure 2-21).
NOTE: NEVER replace only one battery - ALWAYS replace BOTH batteries at the same time.
5. Remove BOTH batteries from the enclosure.
6. Install the two replacement batteries on the battery shelf (Figure 2-21).
7. Place the battery strap bracket onto the batteries and secure the battery strap bracket with the
hardware removed in step 4.
8. Reconnect the battery wiring disconnected in step 3. The power source is now supplied by the UPS
batteries.
9. Reapply AC power source removed in step 1.
10. Close and lock the front panel.
Warning:
The ACU2 enclosure contains electrical shock potential. Be careful not to touch circuits that contain these potentials. If this WARNING: is not observed, death or personal injury could result, or the equipment could be damaged.
If the batteries are suspected of being faulty, refer to "Checking the DC Voltage of the ACU2 Batteries"
section.
Warning:
Danger - Explosive Gases
Can Cause Blindness or Severe Injury.
Use in a well ventilated area away from open flame, cigarettes, sparks, and other
sources of ignition.
Shield eyes and face when working around battery.
Do not make direct contact between the positive and negative terminals.
Dispose of in accordance with environmental regulations.
Poison – Contains Lead compounds and corrosive acid.
Contains sulfuric acid and can cause severe burns. In the event of contact flush with
water and obtain immediate medical attention.
Observe all batteries manufacturer’s instructions.
Keep out of reach of children.
Re-Charge in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.
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Replacing The Tamper Switch
Warning:
The ACU2 controller enclosure contains electrical shock potential. Be careful not to
touch circuits that contain these potentials. If this WARNING: is not observed, death
or personal injury could result, or the equipment could be damaged.
1. Turn OFF the 120/240 VAC power source to the ACU2 controller. The power source is now supplied
by the optional UPS batteries if installed.
2. Unlock and open the front panel of the ACU2 controller.
3. Turn off ACU2 power switch.
4. Loosen the mounting hardware securing the tamper switch assembly (Figure 2-1) and remove the
assembly from the enclosure.
5. Tag and disconnect the wiring from the defective tamper switch.
6. Loosen the mounting hardware securing the tamper switch to the mounting bracket and remove the
tamper switch.
7. Position and secure the replacement tamper switch onto the mounting bracket with the mounting
hardware removed in step 6.
8. Reconnect the tamper wiring (removed in step 5) onto the replacement tamper switch.
9. Position and secure the tamper switch assembly to the enclosure with the mounting hardware
removed in step 4.
10. Turn on ACU2 power switch.
11. Reapply AC power source removed in step 1.
12. Close and open the ACU2 controller front panel to check the operation of the tamper switch.
13. Close and lock the front panel.
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PROM Replacement
Newer ACU panels do not require PROM replacement to update the firmware, instead the PROM can be
flashed. Check the Panel Status on the Server PC, to see if it shows FLASH. To Flash a PROM see
PROM Control in the Diamond II manual or Load Panel Program in Sapphire Pro and Topaz manuals
This section contains instructions for identifying and changing/adding PROMs and DES chip. See Figure
9-2 for their locations on the ACU2 PCB assembly. When the PROM on the ACU2 is inserted correctly,
the label will appear upside down.
Figure 9-2: Location of PROM and DES Encryption Sockets on ACU2 PCB Assembly
PROM Identification
The ACU2 PCB Controller Assembly contains a PROM. The programs reside in a PROM. There may be
occasions when the user may need to change or identify a PROM. Each PROM has a label similar to the
example shown in Figure 9-3.
Except for socket number (location), all PROM labels in a program set are identified in the same manner.
The labels contain (as shown in Figure 9-3) the following information:
•
PROM PART NUMBER/ISSUE LEVEL: The PROM part number is PL-134659 and the -C is the
issue level.
•
MODULE IDENTIFICATION: Assembly name plus the PROM socket number on the assembly.
•
GE Security PROGRAM IDENTIFICATION: ACU2256RF
•
PROGRAM CHECKSUM: CC99 (used for diagnostics)
•
COPYRIGHT: Year the PROM was produced.
Figure 9-3: PROM Identification Label Example
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PROM Installation
The user should exercise CAUTION: when inserting a PROM into a socket. The pins bend easily and
the PROM could be damaged. A PROM that is installed incorrectly will be damaged when the equipment
is powered up. See Table A-13 for current GE part numbers.
CAUTION:
Prior to handling PROMs and the circuitry of the ACU2 controller (and Readers), be
sure to follow the two rules below to avoid damaging PROMs by static electricity:
Handle all static-sensitive components at a static-safeguarded work area.
Transport all static-sensitive components in static-shield containers or packages.
Refer to Figure 9-2 while following the explanation below:
1. Locate the PROM pin 1. Some PROMs have a dot on the top (Figure 9-2) to indicate the first pin
location. Some PROMs have a small half-circle cutout on one end of the PROM (Figure 9-2) to
indicate the first pin.
2. Locate Pin 1 on the ACU2 board. One end of the socket will have a half-circle cutout to indicate pin
1.
3. Carefully insert the PROM into the far left side of the socket.
When the PROM is properly seated in its socket, the PROM label will appear upside down.
Troubleshooting The One-Stage Reader
Troubleshooting the One-Stage Reader is accomplished by performing the procedures, “One-Stage
Reader Field Wiring Test”, "Power-up Self-Test on the One-Stage Reader" and "Normal Operation Test
on the One-Stage Reader" found in Section 8 of this manual.
Replacing The One-Stage Reader
This procedure enables the user to replace the One-Stage Reader.
Warning:
Be sure to remove all power from the One-Stage Reader to avoid personal injury or
damage to the unit.
1. Remove all power from the One-Stage Reader (at the ACU2 controller or other auxiliary power
source).
2. Unscrew the One-Stage Reader.
CAUTION:
The printed circuit boards or modules contain static-susceptible devices. Prior to handling them, be sure to follow the two rules below to avoid damaging these devices by
static electricity.
Handle all static-sensitive components at a static-safeguarded work area.
Transport all static-sensitive components in static-shield containers or packages.
3. Remove the One-Stage Reader from the mounting plate.
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4. Tag the wiring and note the orientation of the terminal connector TB1 (Figure 4-4) on the One-Stage
Reader.
5. Disconnect the terminal connector.
6. Note the positions of the switches on DIP switch (SW2) (Figure 4-4).
7. Note the revision level of PROM (Figure 9-3) located on the One-Stage Reader (Figure 4-4). The
revision letter should be the same or higher. Refer to "Installing a PROM" section if applicable.
8. Set the switches on DIP switch (SW2) on the replacement reader to the same positions as noted in
step 6 (or as required).
9. Reconnect the terminal connector disconnected in step 5.
10. Position and secure the replacement reader onto the mounting plate.
11. Perform "Power-up Self-Test on the One-Stage Reader" and "Normal Operation Test on the OneStage Reader" found in Section 5 of this manual.
NOTE: See "Adjusting the One-Stage Reader LCD Display Brightness" found in the One-Stage
Reader section if the user desires to change the adjustment.
Parts Replacement On The One-Stage Reader
Part No.
Description
133494
12 key membrane keypad for non-backlit LCD display
134802
12 key membrane keypad for backlit LCD display
133376
12 key Keypad membrane without LCD Window One-Stage Reader
134785
Magnetic Stripe Read Head for RMS Readers
133373
Wiegand Effect Read Head for RWE Readers
134922-1
Proximity Read Head for RPX Readers
126627
Cleaning Kit for Magnetic Stripe Readers
134815
RMS-10 Magnetic. Stripe Reader, Door Frame (new style)
Table 9-3: Parts replacement chart for One-Stage Reader
NOTE:
RMS-1 Magnetic Reader without LCD display
RMS-2 Magnetic Reader with LCD display
RWE-1 Wiegand Reader without LCD display
RWE-2 Wiegand Reader with LCD display
RPX-1 Proximity Reader without display
RPX-2 Proximity Reader with LCD display
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RRE Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting the RRE is accomplished by performing the procedures, “RRE Field Wiring Test”,
"Power-up Self-Test on the RRE" and "Normal Operation Test on the RRE" found in Section 8 of this
manual.
RRE Replacement
This procedure enables the user to replace the RRE.
Warning:
Be sure to remove all power from the RRE to avoid personal injury or damage to the
unit.
1. Remove all power from the RRE (from the ACU2 controller or other auxiliary power source).
2. Open RRE cover to access the wiring.
CAUTION:
The printed circuit boards or modules contain static-susceptible devices. Prior to handling them, be sure to follow the two rules below to avoid damaging these devices by
static electricity.
Handle all static-sensitive components at a static-safeguarded work area.
Transport all static-sensitive components in static-shield containers or packages.
3. Note the positions of the switches on DIP switch (SW1) (Figure 5-2). Set the switch settings on the
replacement PCB to the required positions.
4. Unplug TB1, TB2, and TB3 terminal connectors from the RRE (Figure 5-2).
5. Note the revision level of PROM U2 (Figure 5-2) located on the RRE. The revision letter should be
the same or higher. Refer to "Installing a PROM" section if applicable.
6. Pull (gently) the RRE circuit board from each of the snap-in standoffs and remove the circuit board.
7. Position the replacement circuit board on the snap-in standoffs until the circuit board firmly rests in
place on the standoffs.
8. Reconnect the terminal connectors removed in steps 4.
9. Perform "Power-up Self-Test on the RRE" and "Normal Operation Test on the RRE" found in Section
8 of this manual.
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RRE Parts Replacement
133652
RRE Printed Circuit Board Assembly
134972
RRE HP Printed Circuit Board Assembly
Table 9-4: Parts replacement chart for RRE
Replacing The SMT RIM
This procedure enables the user to replace the SMT RIM.
Warning:
Be sure to remove all power from the SMT RIM to avoid personal injury or damage to
the unit.
1. Remove all power from the SMT RIM (from the ACU2 controller or other auxiliary power source).
2. Open SMT RIM cover to access the wiring.
CAUTION:
The printed circuit boards or modules contain static-susceptible devices. Prior to handling them, be sure to follow the two rules below to avoid damaging these devices by
static electricity.
Handle all static-sensitive components at a static-safeguarded work area.
Transport all static-sensitive components in static-shield containers or packages.
3. Note the orientation and disconnect ribbon cable on the SMT RIM.
4. Note the positions of the switches on DIP switch (Figure 6-3). Set the switch settings on the
replacement PCB to the required positions.
5. Note the revision level of PROM U3 located on the SMT RIM (Figure 6-3). The revision letter should
be the same or higher. Refer to "Installing a PROM" section if applicable.
6. Pull (gently) the SMT RIM circuit board from each of the snap-in standoffs and remove the circuit
board.
7. Position the replacement circuit board on the snap-in standoffs until the circuit board firmly rests in
place on the standoffs.
8. Reconnect the ribbon cable removed in step 3.
9. Perform "Power-up Self-Test on the SMT RIM" and "Normal Operation Test on the SMT RIM" found
in Section 8 of this manual.
SMT RIM Parts Replacement
ACU-RIMTB
RIM16-E1L Termination Board, Printed Circuit Board Assembly
ACU-RIMBO
RIM16-E1L Electronic board, Printed Circuit Board Assembly
ACU-RIMRC
RIM16-E1L Cable from Terminal Board to Electronics Board
Table 9-5: Parts replacement chart for RIM16-E1L
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Replacing The SMT RRM
This procedure enables the user to replace the SMT RRM.
Warning:
Be sure to remove all power from the SMT RRM to avoid personal injury or damage to
the unit.
1. Remove all power from the SMT RRM (from the ACU2 controller or other auxiliary power source).
2. Open SMT RRM cover to access the wiring.
CAUTION:
The printed circuit boards or modules contain static-susceptible devices. Prior to handling them, be sure to follow the two rules below to avoid damaging these devices by
static electricity.
Handle all static-sensitive components at a static-safeguarded work area.
Transport all static-sensitive components in static-shield containers or packages.
3. Tag and note the orientation of the 6 terminal connectors then disconnect terminal connectors on the
SMT RRM.
4. Note the positions of the switches on DIP switch (Figure 7-2). Set the switch settings on the
replacement PCB to the required positions.
5. Note the revision level of PROM U1 located on the SMT RRM (Figure 7-2). The revision letter should
be the same or higher.
6. Pull (gently) the SMT RRM circuit board from each of the snap-in standoffs and remove the circuit
board.
7. Position the replacement circuit board on the snap-in standoffs until the circuit board firmly rests in
place on the standoffs.
8. Reconnect the terminal connectors removed in step 3.
9. Perform "Power-up Self-Test on the SMT RRM" and "Normal Operation Test on the SMT RRM"
found in Section 8 of this manual.
SMT RRM Parts Replacement
ACU-RRMBO
RRM16-E1L Printed Circuit Board Assembly
Table 9-6: Parts replacement chart for RRM16-E1L
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Elevator Control
Overview
The Elevator Control Software (ECS) is an enhancement that allows the Host/Server software to manage floor
access. This feature is turned on in the Field Panel configuration page. The Host Software associates cab and
floor numbers with a security area and relay. All currently available ACUs (ACUXL, ACURS2 and ACURS4)
support elevator control.
NOTE: ACU devices must have the proper firmware that supports the ECS feature. ECS will not
support secondary card access or door control.
The Elevator Control Software (ECS) can support up to 128 elevator cabs even if the cabs are in different
buildings. Elevator cabs used in conjunction with this feature should be equipped with card readers, which may
or may not have keypads. Additionally, remote control relays within an ACU2 filed panel are interfaced to the
elevator control panel. The SCP devices can be networked or non-networked intelligent devices. The maximum
number of cabs per ACU2 is four.
ECS controls access to different floors for each cardholder using security area(s)/group and time schedules per
card per floor. The software verifies that the cardholder has access to the cab and floor combination. If access is
allowed the system will send a momentary relay activation command to the elevator control panel. The activation
stops the elevator at the selected floor.
NOTE: Any ACU2 used for Elevator Control must have EPROM version 2.39 or later and ACU2X
Version 3.65 or later.
Configuring the Elevator Control is a five-step process:
1. Install the specific hardware that supports the ECS option. Install card readers in the elevator cabs
and connect the control relays to the interface of the elevator control panel.
2. Define the Field Panel configuration and all Readers that will be used with the elevator cabs. You
can connect up to 4 (four) card readers (one per elevator cab) to the ACU2 and assign them for
elevator control. There is no special elevator configuration needed in the Reader Setup.
NOTE: Once an ACU2 is configured for Elevator Control can only be used for Elevator Control.
3. Configure a Security Area for each floor where access is controlled by the elevator cab. These
Security Areas are separate from other security areas in that they are only used for elevator control.
4. Define the elevator cabs and floors that are accessible by that cab. Each elevator cab and floor
combination is called an elevator control point or ECP. Up to 128 floors can be configured as stops
for each ACU2. For more information on this step, see Elevator Relays.
5. Setup and configure the Elevator Public Access itself.
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ACU Field Panel Relay Installation
The ACU2 field panel has 12 onboard relays (0-11) that may be used for floor control. In addition, eight (8) RRMs
can be installed on the ACU2 Increasing the number of relays to 128. If Floor Tracking is going to be used, only
four RRMs for a total of 76 relays available to Elevator Control and four RIMs (connected only to port 1 of the
ACU) will be used for floor selecting feedback. The relay numbering will be different depending on which ACU is
used (see the relay numbering chart below).
The example below is using an ACU2 with one RRM (Address 4 Port 2). The Elevator Control Mode is Standard
Mode. There are three Elevator Cabs controlling four floors each. Each Relay would be given a Security Area for
access authorization. Each elevator cab must have its own reader. When a card is read in Elevator Cab 2 and
the user has access to Areas “Floor 2” and “Floor 3” only relays 4 and 5 would operate.
Relays on
ACU Panel
Security Areas
Relay 0
Floor 2
Relay 1
Floor 3
Relay 2
Floor 4
Relay 3
Floor 5
Relay 4
Floor 2
Relay 5
Floor 3
Relay 6
Floor 4
Relay 7
Floor 5
Elevator Cab 1
Card Reader 1
This elevator cab starts at
relay 0 and has 4 floors
Elevator Cab 2
Card Reader 2
This elevator cab starts at
relay 4 and has 4 floors.
RRM Address 6
Relay 44
Floor 2
Relay 45
Floor 3
Relay 46
Floor 4
Relay 47
Floor 5
Elevator Cab 3
Card Reader 3
This elevator cab starts at
relay 44 and has 4 floors.
Figure 10-1: Elevator Control Relay Assignment Example
NOTE: Some older elevators require the relay to be activated longer. If this is necessary, in the software set the Door Bounce Timer to 2 seconds. This should take care of any additional delay
required by the elevator. Requires ACU firmware version 5.72 or later.
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Elevator Relay Numbering for Standard Mode
Relay #
0 – 11
Physical Location of Relays
0 – 11 on ACU2 Controller
12 – 27
1 – 16 on RRM Address 4 on Reader port 2
28 – 43
1 – 16 on RRM Address 5 on Reader port 2
44 – 59
1 – 16 on RRM Address 6 on Reader port 2
60 – 75
1 – 16 on RRM Address 7 on Reader port 2
76 – 91
1 – 16 on RRM Address 4 on Reader port 1
92 – 107
1 – 16 on RRM Address 5 on Reader port 1
108 – 123
1 – 16 on RRM Address 6 on Reader port 1
124 – 127
1 – 4 on RRM Address 7 on Reader port 1
Table 10-1: Elevator Relay Numbering for Standard Mode
If an address is skipped you must also skip the numbers as well.
NOTE: When an ACU is used for Elevator Control, all of its relays are set to energized when not
selected. If the ACU were to fail, all floors will be enabled. (Fail Safe)
Elevator Relay Numbering for Floor Tracking
Relay #
0 - 11
Physical Location of Relays
Alarm Inputs for Floor Tracking
0-11 on ACU 2 Controller
0-11 on ACU 2 Controller
12 - 27
1 - 16 on RRM Address 4 on Reader Port 2
1 - 16 on RIM Address 4 on Reader Port 1
28 - 43
1 - 16 on RRM Address 5 on Reader Port 2
1 - 16 on RIM Address 5 on Reader Port 1
44 - 59
1 - 16 on RRM Address 6 on Reader Port 2
1 - 16 on RIM Address 6 on Reader Port 1
60 - 75
1 - 16 on RRM Address 7 on Reader Port 2
1 - 16 on RIM Address 7 on Reader Port 1
Table 10-2: Elevator Relay Numbering for Floor Tracking
NOTE: Be certain that the Exp. Module on the Field Panel has the Port 1 Addresses set for INPUT.
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Elevator Relay Interface
Elevator companies often choose not to allow installers to handle the elevator wiring directly, instead they provide
contacts from the elevator circuit that can be used to interface between SAPPHIRE Pro and the elevator control.
Figure 10-2: Elevator Control Relay Wiring
NOTE: When an ACU is used for Elevator Control, all of its relays are set to energized when not
selected. If the ACU were to fail, all floors will be enabled. (Fail Safe).
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Elevator Control for ACURS2 and ACURS4
Elevator Floor Definition
The ACURS2 field panel has 4 onboard relays and the ACURS4 has 8 onboard relays. The ACURS2 and
ACURS4 can have two (2) RRMs added for a maximum of 36 or 40 relays maximum for elevator control. The
relay numbering will be different depending on which ACURS is used, see the relay numbering chart on the next
page.
The example below is using an ACURS4 with one RRM (addressed #6). There are 3 Elevator Cabs controlling 4
floors each. Each relay would be given a security area for access authorization. Each elevator cab must have its
own reader. When a card is read in Elevator Cab 2 and the user has access to areas “Floor 4” and “Floor 5” then
only relays 4 and 5 would operate.
NOTE: Only RRMs addressed 6 and 7 can be used for an ACURS that is configured for elevator
control.
Relays on
ACURS4
Security Areas
Relay 0
Floor 2
Relay 1
Floor 3
Relay 2
Floor 4
Relay 3
Floor 5
Relay 4
Floor 2
Relay 5
Floor 3
Relay 6
Floor 4
Relay 7
Floor 5
Elevator Cab 1
Card Reader 1
This elevator cab starts at
relay 0 and has 4 floors
Elevator Cab 2
Card Reader 2
This elevator cab starts at
relay 4 and has 4 floors.
RRM Address 6
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Relay 8
Floor 2
Relay 9
Floor 3
Relay 10
Floor 4
Relay 11
Floor 5
Elevator Cab 3
Card Reader 3
This elevator cab starts at
relay 8 and has 4 floors.
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Elevator Relay and Alarm Input Numbering
Relay Numbering for Elevator Control
ACURS2
ACURS4
On-board ACURS
0–3
0–7
RRM Address 6
4 – 19
8 – 23
RRM Address 7
20 - 35
24 - 39
Table 10-3: Relay Numbering for Elevator Control
Floor Tracking Numbering for On Board Relays and Alarm Inputs
Physical Alarm
Input Location
Floor
Relays
Relay
Outputs
Physical Relay Location
ACURS2 and ACURS4
0
Reader-0
Z0
0
Reader-0
Strike Relay
1
Reader-0
Z1
1
Reader-0
AUX Relay
2
Reader-0
Z2
2
Reader-1
Strike Relay
3
Reader-1
Z0
3
Reader-1
AUX Relay
ACURS4 Only
4
Reader-1
Z1
4
Reader-2
Strike Relay
5
Reader-1
Z2
5
Reader-2
AUX Relay
6
Reader-2
Z0
6
Reader-3
Strike Relay
7
Reader-2
Z1
7
Reader-3
AUX Relay
Table 10-4: Elevator Relay Numbering for Floor Tracking
Floor Tracking Relay and Alarm Numbering for RRM and RIM Modules
ACURS2
ACURS4
Physical Location of Relays
Alarm Inputs for Floor Tracking
4-19
8-23
1 - 16 on RRM Address 6
1 - 16 on RIM Address 4
20-35
24-39
1 - 16 on RRM Address 7
1 - 16 on RIM Address 5
Table 10-5: Elevator Relay Numbering for Floor Tracking
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Standard Elevator Wiring
GE Security’ Side
Elevator Side
N.C.
C.
Floor Select Button
Relay Wiring for either
Standard Mode or
Floor Tracking Modes.
N.O.
GE Security’
Relay
Figure 10-3: Elevator Control Relay Interface
NOTE: When an ACURT is used for elevator control, all of its relays are set to energize when not
selected. If the ACURT were to fail, all floors will be enabled (Fail Safe).
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Appendix A
ACU2 Alarm Zone Reporting
Alarm Reporting for Host PC
Alarm reporting for the ACU2 Controller
ACU2 Controller
Zone Input
Alarm Number
Z00
0
Z01
1
Z02
2
Z03
3
Z04
4
Z05
5
Z06
6
Z07
7
Z08
8
Z09
9
Z10
10
Z11
11
Low Battery (21 VDC)
12
Cabinet Tamper
14
Power Fault (24 VDC)
15
Table A-1: Alarm zone reporting on the Host PC
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ACU2 Controller for the Host PC
Reader
Z0*
Z1*
Z2
Z3
Reader 0
16
17
18
19
Reader 1
20
21
22
23
Reader 2
24
25
26
27
Reader 3
28
29
30
31
Reader 4
32
33
34
35
Reader 5
36
37
38
39
Reader 6
40
41
42
43
Reader 7
44
45
46
47
Reader 8
128
129
130
131
Reader 9
144
145
146
147
Reader 10
160
161
162
163
Reader 11
176
177
178
179
Reader 12
192
193
194
195
Reader 13
208
209
210
211
Reader 14
224
225
226
227
240
241
242
243
Following Readers on ACU-2/16 Only
Reader 15
Table A-2: Physical alarm zone reporting on the
One-Stage Reader and RRE for Host PC
NOTES:
* Defaults:
Z0: Door Contact
Z1: Exit Push Button
If Z0 and Z1 are used for Door Contact and Exit Push Button then the alarm numbers in these columns
are used to report a trouble condition at the sensor.
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ACU2 Alarm Zone Reporting
Reader
Door
Forced
Open
Door
Held
Open
Reader
Tamper
Reader
Off-line
Reader 0
64
65
66
67
Reader 1
68
69
70
71
Reader 2
72
73
74
75
Reader 3
76
77
78
79
Reader 4
80
81
82
83
Reader 5
84
85
86
87
Reader 6
88
89
90
91
Reader 7
92
93
94
95
Following Readers on ACU-2/16 Only
Reader 8
96
97
98
99
Reader 9
100
101
102
103
Reader 10
104
105
106
107
Reader 11
108
109
110
111
Reader 12
112
113
114
115
Reader 13
116
117
118
119
Reader 14
120
121
122
123
Reader 15
124
125
126
127
Table A-3: ACU Reader Logical Alarm Numbers for the Host PC
Alarm
Number
Reader
port 1
Address
4
Reader
port 1
Address
5
Reader
port 1
Address
6
Reader
port 1
Address
7
Reader
port 2
Address
4
Reader
port 2
Address
5
Reader
port 2
Address
6
Reader
port 2
Address
7
I1
97
101
105
109
113
117
121
125
I2
98
102
106
110
114
118
122
126
Remote
Module
Off-line
99
103
107
111
115
119
123
127
Table A-4: RRM alarm numbers for the Host PC
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Zone
Input
Reader
port 1
Address
4
Reader
port 1
Address
5
Reader
port 1
Address
6
Reader
port 1
Address
7
Reader
port 2
Address
4
Reader
port 2
Address
5
Reader
port 2
Address
6
Reader
port 2
Address
7
IN1
128
144
160
176
192
208
224
240
IN2
129
145
161
177
193
209
225
241
IN3
130
146
162
178
194
210
226
242
IN4
131
147
163
179
195
211
227
243
IN5
132
148
164
180
196
212
228
244
IN6
133
149
165
181
197
213
229
245
IN7
134
150
166
182
198
214
230
246
IN8
135
151
167
183
199
215
231
247
IN9
136
152
168
184
200
216
232
248
IN10
137
153
169
185
201
217
233
249
IN11
138
154
170
186
202
218
234
250
IN12
139
155
171
187
203
219
235
251
IN13
140
156
172
188
204
220
236
252
IN14
141
157
173
189
205
221
237
253
IN15
142
158
174
190
206
222
238
254
IN16
143
159
175
191
207
223
239
255
IN17
96
100
104
108
112
116
120
124
IN18
97
101
105
109
113
117
121
125
IN19
98
102
106
110
114
118
122
126
Remote
Module
Off-line
99
103
107
111
115
119
123
127
Table A-5: RIM alarm numbers for the Host PC
ACU Alarm Reporting Voltage Levels
Normal
27.5 VDC
AC Fail
24 VDC
Low Battery
21 VDC
Table A-6: ACU Alarm Reporting Voltage Levels
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Physical Alarm Zones
Logical Alarm Zones
Reader
Address
Zone 0
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Lock
Monitor
F.O.
H.O.
R.T.
OFFL
0
16
17
18
19
48
64
65
66
67
1
20
21
22
23
50
68
69
70
71
2
24
25
26
27
52
72
73
74
75
3
28
29
30
31
54
76
77
78
79
4
32
33
34
35
56
80
81
82
83
5
36
37
38
39
58
84
85
86
87
6
40
41
42
43
60
88
89
90
91
7
44
45
46
47
62
92
93
94
95
8
128
129
130
131
49
96
97
98
99
9
144
145
146
147
51
100
101
102
103
10
160
161
162
163
53
104
105
106
107
11
176
177
178
179
55
108
109
110
111
12
192
193
194
195
57
112
113
114
115
13
208
209
210
211
59
116
117
118
119
14
224
225
226
227
61
120
121
122
123
15
240
241
242
243
63
124
125
126
127
Table A-7: Physical to Logical Reader Zone Numbering ACU2/16
F.O. = Forced open, H.O. = Held Open, R.T. = Reader Enclosure Tamper, OFFL = Reader Off Line
NOTE:
GE Security
Lock Monitor / Bond Sensor = If used must be connected to Z2.
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Appendix B
ACU2 Relay Assignments
Relay Assignments For GE Security Host PC
One-Stage Reader and RRE Relay numbers for the GE Security Host PC.
DIAMOND
8.11.xx
and Newer
DIAMOND
8.10.xx
and Older
Reader 0 Door Strike Output
Reader 0 Aux Relay
16
17
17
17
Reader 1 Door Strike Output
Reader 1 Aux Relay
18
19
19
19
Reader 2 Door Strike Output
Reader 2 Aux Relay
20
21
21
21
Reader 3 Door Strike Output
Reader 3 Aux Relay
22
23
23
23
Reader 4 Door Strike Output
Reader 4 Aux Relay
24
25
25
25
Reader 5 Door Strike Output
Reader 5 Aux Relay
26
27
27
27
Reader 6 Door Strike Output
Reader 6 Aux Relay
28
29
29
29
Reader 7 Door Strike Output
Reader 7 Aux Relay
30
31
31
31
Reader 8 Door Strike Output
Reader 8 Aux Relay
32
33
Reader 9 Door Strike Output
Reader 9 Aux Relay
34
35
Reader 10 Door Strike Output
Reader 10 Aux Relay
36
37
Reader 11 Door Strike Output
Reader 11 Aux Relay
38
39
Reader 12 Door Strike Output
Reader 12 Aux Relay
40
41
Reader 13 Door Strike Output
Reader 13 Aux Relay
42
43
Reader 14 Door Strike Output
Reader 14 Aux Relay
44
45
Reader 15 Door Strike Output
Reader 15 Aux Relay
46
47
Reader
ACU2/16
Not supported on
older versions of
Diamond
Table A-8: One-Stage Reader and RRE Relay numbers for the Host PC
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ACU Relay Numbers for the Host PC
ACU2 Controller
Relay Number
Relay Number
RL00
0
RL01
1
RL02
2
RL03
3
RL04
4
RL05
5
RL06
6
RL07
7
RL08
8
RL09
9
RL10
10
RL11
11
Table A-9: ACU2 Controller Relay Numbers for the Host PC
RIM Relay Numbers for the Host PC
Relay
Number
Reader
port 1
Address
4
Reader
port 1
Address
5
Reader
port 1
Address
6
Reader
port 1
Address
7
Reader
port 2
Address
4
Reader
port 2
Address
5
Reader
port 2
Address
6
Reader
port 2
Address
7
K1
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
K2
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
Table A-10: ACU2 RIM Relay numbers for the Host PC
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RRM Relay Numbers for the Host PC
Relay
Number
Reader
port 1
Address
4
Reader
port 1
Address
5
Reader
port 1
Address
6
Reader
port 1
Address
7
Reader
port 2
Address
4
Reader
port 2
Address
5
Reader
port 2
Address
6
Reader
port 2
Address
7
K1
112
128
144
160
48
64
80
96
K2
113
129
145
161
49
65
81
97
K3
114
130
146
162
50
66
82
98
K4
115
131
147
163
51
67
83
99
K5
116
132
148
164
52
68
84
100
K6
117
133
149
165
53
69
85
101
K7
118
134
150
166
54
70
86
102
K8
119
135
151
167
55
71
87
103
K9
120
136
152
168
56
72
88
104
K10
121
137
153
169
57
73
89
105
K11
122
138
154
170
58
74
90
106
K12
123
139
155
171
59
75
91
107
K13
124
140
156
172
60
76
92
108
K14
125
141
157
173
61
77
93
109
K15
126
142
158
174
62
78
94
110
K16
127
143
159
175
63
79
95
111
Table A-11: ACU2 RRM Relay numbers for the Host PC
NOTE:
If the ACU is being used for Elevator Control the relay numbering will be different. See Chapter 10
for Elevator Control.
RRM Alarm Numbers for the Host PC
Zone
Number
Reader
port 1
Address
4
Reader
port 1
Address
5
Reader
port 1
Address
6
Reader
port 1
Address
7
Reader
port 2
Address
4
Reader
port 2
Address
5
Reader
port 2
Address
6
Reader
port 2
Address
7
I1
97
101
105
109
113
117
121
125
I2
98
102
106
110
114
118
122
126
Remote
Module
Off-line
99
103
107
111
115
119
123
127
Table A-12: RRM Alarm Numbers for Host PC
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Appendix C
Loading A Master DES Encryption Key
A user-defined master key can be loaded from a user-patchable PROM. A program in the GE Security
Host provides for switching between the system default and the user-defined master key. This capability
allows the user to modify each device with a new master key and switch all the devices at once to the
new key. The ACU2 controller is not off-line during a system-wide switch of the master key except while
actually loading the new key from the special key loader PROM.
The default system key cannot be modified. The user-defined key is created by 'patching' the following
locations in the 'key loader' PROM
400H
08
-> AB
401H
09
-> CD
402H
0A
-> EF
403H
0B
-> GH
404H
0C
-> I J
405H
0D
-> KL
406H
0E
-> MN
407H
0F
-> OP
Where: ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP is a 16-hexadecimal digit master key.
Successful key loading is indicated by the 4 LED’s flashing at a rate of 1 Hz.
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Appendix D
Model Number Changes to Hardware
Old Model
Number
NEW Model Number
ACU2-PS5
ACU-5APWR
ACU2-PS10
ACU-8APWR
ACU2XL/16
Board
ACU2XL/16A0A0
ACU2XL/16A2B0
ACU-XL16B
ACUXL 16-E0000A
ACUXL 16-E1L08A
Description
5 Amp 24VDC, 110/220VAC, UPS Ready Power Supply
for ACUXL Panels
8 Amp 24VDC, 110/220 VAC UPS Ready Power Supply
for ACUXL Panels
ACUXL 16 Board Only
ACUXL16 - 16 remove reader panel, serial and LAN, w/
backplate, No enclosure, No Power Supply
ACUXL 16 - 16 remove reader panel, serial and LAN, w/
key locked enclosure, 8A BBU Power Supply Batteries
Optional
ACU\ACUXL Weather Enclosure
ACU-RS2 Board with enclosure, 128,000 card capacity
ACU-RS4 Board with enclosure, 128,000 card capacity
Two Battery; 12 VDC, 7 Amp-Hr Gel-Cell Battery, no
mounting bracket.
Mounting bracket assembly and hardware to hold two
batteries
Additional Battery for ACURS2/4
Enclosure
ACU-RS2
ACU-RS4
Batteries
ACU-ENC-NEMA12
ACURS02-E1L00A
ACURS04-E1L00A
ACU-BAT07
Battery
Bracket
Additional
Battery
Modem Card
ACU-BATMR
ACU-MODEM
K-11
K-11L
RMS-2W
IGR-K11NLWG
IGR-K11WLGW
IGR-RMS2WG or B
Mag Extd
IKE-2DL
One Stage
Reader
Remote
Module
Enclosure
RIM-0
RIM-1
RRE-0
IGR-RMSXMAG-EXT
IKE-00RDIGW
IGR-RPX2WB or G
Remote Dial-Up ACU Upgrade. Use with ACUXL,
ACURS2 and ACURS4.
12 Key Wiegand Output Keypad W/O LEDs
12 Key Wiegand Output Keypad with LEDs
Magnetic Stripe Integrated Card Reader with 12-key
keypad and LCD Status Display, Weatherized
Magstripe Extender for RMS-10
16 Button Keypad with LCD Display and LEDs
One Stage Reader with either a Beige or Gray housing.
ACU-ENCRM
Enclosure for Remote Modules
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ACU-BAT01
Page
Number
2-17
2-24
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-7
3-28
3-29
2-32
2-32
2-32
3-11
5-48
5-48
4-14
5-41
4-27
4-14
1-13
RIM16-E00
RIM16-E1L
RRE01-E00
Remote Input module, No Enclosure-W/Mounting Plate
Remote Input Module with Enclosure
Remote Reader Electronics, No Enclosure-with Mounting
Plate
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Model Number Changes to Hardware
Old Model
Number
NEW Model Number
Description
RRE-1
RRE2-A-0
RRE2-A-1
RRE01-E1L
RRE02-E00
RRE02-E1L
RRE-4-0
RRE04-E00
RRE-4-1
RRE04-E1L
RRM-0
RRM-1
RWE-12
RS485 4-Port
Expander
RS485 4-Port
Expander
RS485 4-Port
Expander
B&B RS485
Converter
RRM16-E00
RRM16-E1L
RWE-12
ACU-NCEX4
Remote Reader Electronics With Enclosure
Remote Reader Electronics for 2 Readers, no enclosure
Remote Reader Electronics for 2 Readers with backplate,
enclosure and tamper switch
Remote Reader Electronics, 4 Reader Control with
backplate, no enclosure
Remote Reader Electronics, 4 Reader Control with
backplate, enclosure and tamper switch
Remote Relay Module, No enclosure-with Mounting Plate
Remote Relay Module with enclosure
Wiegand Card Reader, Swipe, Surface Mount
RS485 Hub, Expands 1 ACU2 port to 4 Ports.
ACU-NCEX8
RS485 Hub, Expands 1 ACU2 port to 8 Ports
ACU-NCEXD
Computer
Modem
LAN Kit
Prox Reader
240
Prox Reader
245
RMS-10
PC-EMODEM-PER
RS485 Hub, Expands 2 ACU Ports, each to 4 ports.
Includes two NCEX-1s in one enclosure
B&B Model 485CSP2, RS-232C-to-RS-485
Communications Converter with transient surge
protection, Includes power supply and RS485 Terminator
and cable
Computer Modem - External, Serial, 36 K baud
RMS-10
IGR-RMS10H-IGW
RMS-10
Screwdriver
K12(Essex)
Housing
Mounting
Back Box
K13(Essex)
ProxPro II
ProxPro II
Prox Pro
MiniProx
IGR-10SBPK-IGW
IGR-TPSSDRV-IKE
IGR-KTP103SN
IGR-KTPSH34S
IGR-KTPBB34S
IGR-KTP102SN
IGR-5355AGN00
IGR-5355ABN00
IGR-5355ACK00
IGR-5365EGP00
ThinLine
ThinLine
IGR-5395CG100
IGR-5395CW100
GE Security
PC-NCIC5C-PER
ACU-LAN-KIT
430177001
430182001
IGR-RMS10S-IGW
ACU LAN connection Option Kit
GE Security Proximity Reader Model 240 Standard
contactless smart card reader.
GE Security Proximity Reader Model 245 Standard with
Keypad, contactless smart card reader.
Magnetic Stripe Door Frame Reader, includes standard
mounting bracket
Magnetic Stripe Door Frame Reader, includes built in
heater and standard mounting bracket
RNS-10 Finished mounting backplate (beige or black)
Tamper Proof Security Screwdriver for RMS-10 and K-10
12-Key Essex Keypad, 3x4 Matrix
Essex Black Power coated Spy Proof Housing
Essex Angled Mounting Back Box. ADA Sensitive
Mounting Box
12-Key Essex Keypad, 26-Bit Wiegand
Prox Pro II Reader, (HID PR-5355G) Charcoal
Prox Pro II Reader, (HID PR-5455G) Beige
Prox Pro Reader with 12-key Keypad (HID PK-5355K)
Door Frame Reader with built in Proximity Interface
Electronics (HID MP-5365)
ThinLine Switch Plate Reader, (HID TL-5395) Charcoal
ThinLine Switch Plate Reader, (HID TL-5395) White
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5-12
5-12
5-33
5-33
7-2
7-2
4-14
1-15
1-15
1-15
3-4
3-14
3-65
5-47
5-47
4-14
4-14
4-14
5-52
5-52
5-52
5-52
5-64
5-64
5-64
5-62
5-66
5-66
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Old Model
Number
ProxPoint
Plus
Keri Read
Head P-300
Keri Read
Head P-500
Keri Read
Head P-600
134659
136154
NEW Model Number
Description
IGR-6005BGB00
Prox Point Plus Reader with Wiegand Output (HID 6005)
IGR-KP300K
P-300 Cascade Door Frame Reader
IGR-KP500H
P-500H Alps Standard Reader and HID Technology
IGR-KP600H
P-600H RockyReader with Keypad and HID Technology
134659
136154
PROM replacement: 28 Prong - version 1.76
PROM replacement: 32 Prong - version 2.66
Page
Number
5-67
5-70
5-70
5-70
9-13
9-13
Table A-13 Old Model Number Reference to New Model Numbers
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Model Number Changes to Hardware
Wiring a DS150i Series Request to Exit PIR Sensor
Figure A-1 shows request to exit wiring for the DS150i. The DS150i is a common motion detector used
for request-to-exit. The following is a wiring diagram for the DS150i.
Figure A-1: DS150i Wiring Diagram
NOTE: If Fail Safe is needed change Relay Mode jumper to “A” and use the Violet wire in place of
the Blue.
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Index
4 Port RS-485 Expander ...................................... 5-42
485 Expander
Component Location ...................................... 5-44
485CSP to ACU2 ................................................... 3-5
4AMP Power Supply ............................................ 2-26
5AMP Power Supply ............................................ 2-19
8AMP Power Supply ............................................ 2-24
ACU
Power-Up Self-Test .......................................... 8-1
RRE04-E00
DIP Switch Settings ................................. 3-47
ACU Terminal Block Connections ........................ 3-48
ACU2
Clearing the Memory ...................................... 3-75
Connections ................................................... 3-49
Dial-Up
Modem .................................................... 3-57
Dial-up
Modem Bracket ....................................... 3-58
Modem Cable connections ...................... 3-59
Modem LEDs ........................................... 3-59
Jumper Settings ............................................. 3-75
LED’s ............................................................. 3-77
On-Line Testing ............................................... 8-2
On-Line Testing LED’s ..................................... 8-2
On-Line Tests ................................................ 3-77
Power wiring .................................................. 2-16
Power-Up Test ............................................... 3-76
Relay Assignments for Host PC ....................... A-7
Testing Procedures .......................................... 8-1
ACU-2/16
Configuration .................................................. 3-46
ACU2/16 ............................................................... 3-46
Relays numbering .......................................... 3-46
RRE-2 DIP Switch Settings ............................ 3-47
ACU2-PS4 ............................................................ 2-26
ACU2-R4
Connections ................................................... 3-60
ACU2X
BT2 Battery Replacement .............................. 3-17
Clearing the Memory ...................................... 3-17
Component Location ...................................... 3-78
Connections ................................................... 3-49
DIP Switch SW2 ............................................... 3-9
DIP Switch SW3 ............................................. 3-10
DIP Switch SW4 ............................................. 3-10
DIP Switch SW5 and SW6 ............................. 3-10
LAN Connection ............................................. 3-15
LAN Surge Protector ...................................... 3-15
LED Alarm Zone Status ................................. 3-17
GE Security
LED Location for LAN .................................... 3-16
LEDs LAN Connection ................................... 3-16
Parallel Printer Port .......................................... 3-8
Switch SW1 .................................................... 3-78
Terminal Block Connections .......................... 3-78
Zone Input Termination .................................. 3-10
ACU-8APWR ........................................................ 2-24
ACU-PAK-D1 ........................................................ 3-59
ACU-R2
Connections ................................................... 3-60
Online Test ..................................................... 3-77
ACU-R2 Jumper
Settings .......................................................... 3-76
ACUR2/4
Board ............................................................. 3-54
ACU-R4
connections .................................................... 3-63
Jumper Settings ............................................. 3-76
Online Test ..................................................... 3-77
ACURS
Multi-drop additional ACUs ............................ 3-43
ACURS Multi-drop RS485 for LAN ACU .............. 3-43
ACURS2/4
Board Layout .................................................. 3-27
Cabinet Tamper Connections ........................ 3-34
DIP Switches .................................................. 3-39
Enclosure Layout ........................................... 3-26
LEDs .............................................................. 3-41
Reader Alarm Numbering .............................. 3-38
SW1 Comm Termination ................................ 3-38
SW3 ............................................................... 3-39
SW4 ............................................................... 3-40
SW5 and SW6 ............................................... 3-40
SW7 ............................................................... 3-41
Terminal Block Connections .......................... 3-30
ACU-XL16B
LAN Connection ............................................. 3-15
Multi-drop additional ACUs .............................. 3-8
RS-485 ............................................................. 3-8
Set IP Address Through Ethernet .................. 3-19
Set IP Address Through Serial Connection ... 3-23
Setting IP Address ......................................... 3-18
Util.exe ........................................................... 3-18
Alarm
Numbers for Readers ..................................... 3-38
Termination .................................................... 2-10
Zone numbering ............................................. 3-46
Zone Numbering ACU2/16 ...............................A-5
Zone Reporting ................................................A-1
Alarm Reporting Voltage Levels .............................A-4
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Auxiliary Power Supply for RRE-2, RIM, and RRM .2-9
Auxiliary Power Supply for SMT RIM ......................6-5
B&B RS-485 Converters .........................................3-4
Batteries ................................................................2-30
Battery & Power Worksheet ..................................2-32
Battery Backup Calculation ...................................2-32
Cable and Wire Recommendations ........................2-6
Charger Assembly ACU2 ......................................2-26
Clearing the Memory .............................................3-43
Clearing the Memory on the ACU2 .......................3-75
COTAG .................................................................5-58
Wiring to 3321 Dual Zone Controller ..............5-74
Cotag Reader 5280
Wiring to ACU and RRE04-E00 ......................5-76
Cryptag Reader Head ...........................................5-61
Currents for Devices .............................................1-16
Dial-up Modem ............................................ 3-11, 3-78
Component Layout .........................................3-12
LEDs ...............................................................3-13
Dial-Up Multi-drop .................................................3-13
Dial-up Software Setup .........................................3-14
Dial-up Troubleshooting ........................................3-14
DIP Switch Settings
ACU ................................................................3-72
One Stage Reader .................................. 4-5, 4-20
RRE ..................................................................5-6
RRE-2 & RRE-4 ..............................................5-22
RRE-2 & RRE-4 Surface Mount .....................5-16
RS-485 Expander ...........................................5-45
DIP Switches for ACURS2/4 .................................3-39
Door Strike ............................................................2-15
Power .............................................................2-15
Wiring .............................................................2-15
DORADO
Wiring to RRE04-E00 .....................................5-85
Wiring to RRE-2 ..............................................5-72
DS150i Series Exiting Device .............................. A-15
Elevator
Control Setup ..................................................10-1
Relay Interface ...............................................10-4
Relay Numbering ............................................10-6
Relay Numbering for Floor Tracking ..... 10-3, 10-6
Relay Numbering in Standard Mode ..............10-3
Standard Elevator Wiring ................................10-7
Elevator Control ....................................................10-1
ECS ................................................................10-1
Overview .........................................................10-1
Enclosure ................................................................2-4
Encryption
DES Encryption ............................................. A-11
Master Key .................................................... A-11
End-of-line termination ..........................................2-10
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EOLs .................................................................... 2-10
ESSEX 2x6 Keypad
Wiring ............................................................. 5-52
ESSEX 3x4 26 Bit Wiegand TOUCHPAD
Wiring ............................................................. 5-53
ESSEX X-Y MATRIX TOUCHPAD Wiring ........... 5-52
External Modem for server ................................... 3-14
External Modem Setup ......................................... 3-14
FCC ........................................................................ 1-1
GE Proximity Reader ........................................... 5-47
General Specifications ........................................... 1-9
Grounding .............................................................. 2-2
Hardware
Elevator Control Setup ................................... 10-1
HID MiniProx Model 5365
Wiring ............................................................. 5-62
HID MiniProx Model 5365 Reader
Wiring to RRE04-E00 .................................... 5-78
HID MiniProx Reader Model 5363 and 5364
Wiring to RRE04-E00 .................................... 5-79
Wiring to RRE-2 ............................................. 5-63
HID ProxPoint Plus 6005 ..................................... 5-67
Wiring to RRE04-E00 .................................... 5-83
HID ProxPro Model 5355 Read Head
Wiring to RRE-2 ............................................. 5-64
HID ProxPro Model 5355 to Read Head
Wiring to RRE04-E00 .................................... 5-80
HID ThinLine II Model 5395 Reader
Wiring to RRE04-E00 .................................... 5-82
Host Communications Wiring ................................. 3-2
HP One Stage Reader
Jumper Settings ...................................... 4-7, 4-22
HP Reader Connections ...................................... 4-17
IKE Keypad
Connections ................................................... 4-28
DIP Switch Settings ....................................... 4-31
Jumpers ......................................................... 4-30
IKE-1
Board Layout ................................................. 4-27
INDALA Proximity
Wiring to RRE04-E00 .................................... 5-84
Wiring to RRE-2 ............................................. 5-68
Installing ACU ........................................................ 2-3
Jumper Settings ..................................................... 5-2
K11 and RMS-10
Wiring to RRE-2 ............................................. 5-48
K11 Keypad
DIP Switch Setting ......................................... 5-51
DIP Switch Settings .............................. 5-49, 5-56
Jumpers ......................................................... 5-50
Wiring ............................................................. 5-48
Wiring to RMSC-11 Reader ........................... 5-51
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Keri Read Head
Wiring to RRE-2 ............................................. 5-70
Keypad Access Request ..........4-13, 4-26, 5-27, 5-40
LAN
Adapter .......................................................... 3-67
Adapter Cable connections ............................ 3-67
Adapter Configuration .................................... 3-68
Adapter LEDs ................................................. 3-67
Bracket ........................................................... 3-66
Diagnostics and Testing ................................. 3-70
Kit installation ................................................. 3-65
Surge Protector Server Installation ................ 3-16
LED’s
ACU ............................................................... 3-77
for RRE-2A and RRE-4 .................................. 5-24
RS485 Expander ............................................ 5-46
LEDs
ACU2
Dial-up
Modem 3-59
LAN
Adapter .................................................... 3-67
Power up One-Stage Reader ........................... 8-4
RIM ................................................................ 6-11
LEDs for ACURS2/4 ............................................. 3-41
LEDs for LAN Connection .................................... 3-16
Lightning ................................................................. 2-1
Magstripe Extender .............................................. 5-41
Maintenance ........................................................... 9-1
Alarm Reporting Voltage Levels ...................... A-4
Checking Batteries ....................................9-3, 9-4
Enclosure Cleaning .......................................... 9-2
Preventive ........................................................ 9-1
Read Head Cleaning (Magnetic Only) ............. 9-1
Replaceable Parts ............................................ 9-6
Modem Bracket .................................................... 3-58
Modifying 4AMP AC Input Voltage ....................... 2-28
Modifying 8AMP AC Input Voltage ....................... 2-23
Mounting ACU ........................................................ 2-4
MR-10 (RMS-18) Read Head
Wiring to RRE-2 ............................................. 5-69
Multi-Drop Dial-Up ................................................ 3-13
One-Stage Reader
Alarm Zone Assignments ........................4-8, 4-22
Buzzer Volume Adjustment ...................4-11, 4-25
Connections ............................................4-3, 4-15
Description ..................................................... 4-14
Field Wiring Test .............................................. 8-2
LCD Display Contrast Adjustment ........4-11, 4-25
Normal Operation Test ..................................... 8-4
Parts Replacement ........................................ 9-15
Power-Up Self-Test .......................................... 8-4
GE Security
Preparing for installation .................................. 2-5
Relay Assignments ...............................4-10, 4-24
Paired Reader Operation ......... 4-13, 4-26, 5-27, 5-40
PAK-D1 ................................................................. 3-57
Power & Battery Worksheet ................................. 2-32
Power Supply Wiring ......2-19, 2-23, 2-24, 2-26, 2-28
Power Supply/Charger Wiring .....................2-17, 2-24
Preventive Maintenance ......................................... 9-1
PROM
Identification ................................................... 9-13
Installation ...................................................... 9-14
Replacement .................................................. 9-13
Proximity Readers 240 and 245 ........................... 5-47
Pulling Wires and Cables ....................................... 2-9
Reader LED Condition .......................................... 4-25
Reader Logical Alarm Numbers for Host PC ..........A-3
Relay
Numbers for Readers ..................................... 3-37
REN Remote Enclosure ....................................... 2-30
REN-PS4 .............................................................. 2-33
Replaceable Parts .................................................. 9-6
Replacing
ACU2 Controller Power Supply ........................ 9-9
ACU2 PCB Assembly ...................................... 9-7
Batteries ......................................................... 9-11
One-Single Stage Reader .............................. 9-14
PROM ............................................................ 9-13
RIM ................................................................ 9-17
RRE ............................................................... 9-16
RRM ............................................................... 9-18
Tamper Switch ............................................... 9-12
Returning Procedure .............................................. 1-7
RIM
Alarm numbers for Host PC ........................... 6-12
Auxiliary Power Supply .................................... 6-5
Circuit Board .................................................... 6-3
Connections ..................................................... 6-4
DIP Switch Settings ....................................... 6-10
Field Wiring Test .............................................. 8-7
Input State Resistance Range ......................... 6-6
LED’s ............................................................. 6-11
Normal Operation Test ..................................... 8-8
Parts Replacement ........................................ 9-17
Power-Up Self Test .......................................... 8-7
Relay Numbers for Host PC ................... 6-12, A-8
Remote Input Module ....................................... 6-1
RIM Surface Mount
Circuit Board .................................................... 6-2
Connections ..................................................... 6-4
LED’s ............................................................. 6-11
RMS-10
RJ-45 Cable ................................................... 4-29
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Wiring .............................................................5-55
RMS-18 .................................................................5-69
Rotary Switch ........................................................3-73
RRE
Alarm Zone Assignments .................................5-8
Circuit Board .....................................................5-5
Connections ......................................................5-9
DIP Settings ......................................................5-6
Field Wiring Test ...............................................8-5
Normal Operation Test .....................................8-6
Normal Operation Test LED’s ...........................8-6
Power-Up Self-Test ..........................................8-6
Relay Assignments ...........................................5-8
Replacement ..................................................9-16
Troubleshooting ..............................................9-16
RRE Surface Mount
DIP SW1 Switch Settings .................................5-3
RRE04-E00 Surface Mount
Components Layout .......................................5-15
Connections on RRE Board ...........................5-18
DIP Switch Settings ........................................5-16
Input Zone LEDs .............................................5-21
Jumper Settings ..............................................5-20
Relay LEDs .....................................................5-21
Status LEDs ....................................................5-20
RRE-2
Description .................................. 5-12, 5-14, 5-27
RRE-2 & RRE-4 DIP Switch Settings .......... 5-16, 5-22
RRE-2 Surface Mount .............................................5-2
Component Layout .........................................5-13
DIP SW3 Switch Settings .................................5-3
DIP Switch Settings ........................................5-16
Input Zone LEDs .............................................5-21
Jumper Settings ...................................... 5-2, 5-18
LEDs .................................................................5-4
Relay LEDs .....................................................5-21
Status LEDs ....................................................5-20
RRE-2 Surface Mount Board ..................................5-2
RRE-2 Surface Mount Jumper Settings ..................5-2
RRE-2A .................................................................5-31
Alarm Zone Assignments ...............................5-25
Components Layout .......................................5-22
Connections ....................................................5-29
Description ......................................................5-40
Jumper Settings ..............................................5-23
Relay Assignments .........................................5-26
RRE-4
Alarm Zone Assignments for RRE4 ................5-24
Circuit Boards .................................................5-33
Components Layout .......................................5-23
Connections ....................................................5-35
Jumper Settings ..............................................5-23
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Power-Up Self Test ........................................ 5-24
Relay Assignments ........................................ 5-25
Remote Reader Electronics ........................... 5-33
RRE-HP
Jumper Settings ............................................... 5-7
RRM
Alarm Numbers .............................................. 7-10
Alarm Numbers for Host PC ............................ A-9
Circuit Board .................................................... 7-3
Connections ..................................................... 7-4
Connections for Relays .................................... 7-6
Field Wiring Test .............................................. 8-8
Normal Operation LED’s .................................. 7-5
Normal Operation Test .................................... 8-9
Operation LEDs ............................................... 8-9
Parts Replacement ........................................ 9-18
Power-Up Self-Test ......................................... 8-9
Power-Up Self-Test LED’s ............................... 8-9
Relay Numbers .............................................. 7-11
Relay Numbers for Host PC ............................ A-9
Remote Relay Module ..................................... 7-1
RRM Surface Mount
Circuit Board .................................................... 7-2
SW2 Switch Settings ..................................... 7-10
RRM surface mount
DIP Switch Settings ......................................... 7-9
RS-232C ................................................................ 3-2
RS-485 ................................................................... 3-3
RS-485 Expander ................................................. 5-42
Connections ................................................... 5-43
DIP Switch Settings ....................................... 5-45
Jumper Settings ............................................. 5-45
LEDs .............................................................. 5-46
RS-485 Information ................................................ 2-8
SECURAKEY
Wiring to RRE04-E00 .................................... 5-85
Wiring to RRE-2 ............................................. 5-72
SENSOR WR-1 Wiegand
Wiring ............................................................. 5-54
Wiring to RRE04-E00 .................................... 5-73
Specifications ......................................................... 1-9
Surface Mount RRE-2s ........................................ 5-12
Terminators .......................................................... 2-10
ThinLine Model 5395 and ProxPro II Model 5455 Read
Head
Wiring to RRE-2 ............................................. 5-66
Troubleshooting
One-Stage Reader ......................................... 9-14
RRE ............................................................... 9-16
The ACU2 Controller ....................................... 9-5
UL Specifications ................................................... 1-2
UL Standards ......................................................... 1-1
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UPS ...................................................................... 2-30
Voltage Test 4-Amp Power Supply .............8-10, 8-11
Wire and Cable Recommendations ........................ 2-6
GE Security
Wire And Cables ..................................................... 2-6
Wiring HID Reader ......................................5-67, 5-83
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