Control Unit ELS RFID User Manual

Control Unit ELS RFID User Manual
Control Unit ELS RFID User Manual
Control Unit ELS RFID User Manual
Table of contents
Control Unit ELS RFID User Manual ....................................................................................................... 2
Product description.............................................................................................................................. 2
User interface ...................................................................................................................................... 3
Display Unit ..................................................................................................................................... 3
Coin acceptor (optional) .................................................................................................................. 3
Euro deposit pad (optional) ............................................................................................................. 4
Operation indication ............................................................................................................................ 4
Indication of unoccupied locker ........................................................................................................... 4
Basic operation.................................................................................................................................... 5
Presenting RFID media as a locker key .............................................................................................. 6
Locking procedure ............................................................................................................................... 7
Normal locking procedure ............................................................................................................... 7
User waiting time increment ........................................................................................................... 8
Locking procedure – payment required .......................................................................................... 8
Multiple locking procedure .............................................................................................................. 9
Locking procedure – deposit required .......................................................................................... 10
Unlocking procedure ......................................................................................................................... 10
Normal unlocking procedure ......................................................................................................... 10
Multiple unlocking procedure ........................................................................................................ 11
Use as an information terminal ......................................................................................................... 11
Use of Master card ............................................................................................................................ 11
Opening single locker ................................................................................................................... 12
Opening all lockers: ...................................................................................................................... 13
Closing back the locker opened with Master card ........................................................................ 14
Warning signalization ........................................................................................................................ 15
Alarm signalization ............................................................................................................................ 16
Locker brake-in Alarm ................................................................................................................... 16
Control Unit box brake-in Alarm .................................................................................................... 16
Remote opening of single locker ...................................................................................................... 16
Emergency opening of all lockers ..................................................................................................... 17
Error mode of operation .................................................................................................................... 17
Construction mode of operation ........................................................................................................ 17
User stickers...................................................................................................................................... 17
Warnings for User ............................................................................................................................. 18
Appendix ........................................................................................................................................... 19
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Control Unit ELS RFID User Manual
Control Unit ELS RFID User Manual
Manufacturer:
Metra Inženiring d.o.o.
IOC Trzin
Špruha 19
SI-1236 Trzin, Slovenia
System:
Product Group:
Types:
Metra ELS – Electronic Locking Systems
Control Unit ELS RFID
Year of Construction:
2003 - 2006
Declaration of Conformity:
phone:
fax:
web:
+386 1 56 10 740
+386 1 56 10 744
www.metra.si
ELCUIS (ISO 15693, ISO14443A/B)
ELCUSD (Skidata)
ELCULF (LF Multitag)
ELCUA (Tagsys)
ELCUTG (TechnoGym)
ELCUMF (Mifare, ISO14443A/B)
The Metra ELS products have been developed, designed and
manufactured in accordance with the EU directive for
Electromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108/EC).
Control Unit ELS RFID User Manual [rev.1-140909]
2009 Metra Inženiring d.o.o.
All Rights reserved.
No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form or by any means without prior written permission of Metra inženiring d.o.o.
The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
All efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the contents of this manual,
However, should any errors be detected, Metra inženiring would greatly appreciate being informed of them.
Metra inženiring d.o.o. can assume no responsibility for any errors in this manual.
Product description
Control unit ELS RFID is used in Metra Electronic
Locking System (ELS) which is primarily designed and
used for locking lockers.
Control unit ELS RFID has two basic components:
Control unit PCB and Display unit. Control unit PCB
drives and monitors up to 16 directly connected Metra
Electronic Locks (see also: Electronic Lock) and other
enhancing accessories.
Display Unit (also connected to CU PCB) is the products
user interface. It consists of a 4-digit LED display to
show locker numbers (and other UI messages) and a
contactless RFID reader. Different RFID readers are
supported (see order list).
Enhancing accessories:
- Euro deposit pad limits locker misuse
- Coin acceptor generates revenue from locker use
Product can be used totally independent of Metra
network. Wiring all the Control units into a network and
adding a Network controller ELS enables additional
alarm notification and remote unlocking of locks by
pushbutton.
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User interface
Display Unit
#
1
2
description
4 digit LED display with decimal points.
Antenna field or TechnoGym reader.
Standard models are supplied with front mask in gray colour and LED display in blue colour. For
additional colours contact Metra sales.
Coin acceptor (optional)
Control Unit ELS can be configured to ask for payment when locking the locker door. In
that case Coin Acceptor is mounted near the Display Unit.
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Euro deposit pad (optional)
Euro deposit pad is mounted under the door strike. The locker can
be locked only if a coin is inserted. The coin is used as a deposit
while the locker is closed/locked.
Operation indication
When the unit is running, a blue dot on the left side of display is flashing.
Indication of unoccupied locker
Indication of unoccupied locker is slightly opened locker
door. The Metra Electronic Lock has built-in door ejector.
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Basic operation
User can choose any unoccupeid locker.
User locks the locker by using RFID media (card,
wristband, tag…). Only one locker at the same level
can be locked by the same RFID media.
By presenting RFID media again the locker
unlocks and is free for another user.
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Presenting RFID media as a locker key
Approach the RFID media to the antenna field. Reading
distance is 2 – 5 centimetres from the device surface. Hold
it in the antenna field for a few moments for Control Unit to
read and process the RFID media.
When the RFID media is recognized the following possibilities exist:
Time countdown starts (vertical lines are displayed) on
Display Unit accompanied by acoustic signal.
The RFID media is accepted as a locker key and the locker
can be locked.
“no” sign is displayed.
This RFID media is not accepted as a locker key! Ask at
the reception desk to assign
A locker number is displayed on Display Unit and the
corresponding locker is unlocked and opened. Short
acoustic signal is activated.
The locker was already locked at this Control Unit by this
RFID media and is now unlocked and opened.
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Locker number is flashing and the interrupted beep
acoustic signal is activated.
The locker was already locked at different Control Unit by
this RFID media. Only one locker can be locked with the
same RFID media.
Multi key:
“FrEE” sign is displayed.
This RFID media is accepted as a Multi key! There are no
lockers closed with this Multi key at the moment.
Multi key:
“ALL” sign is displayed.
This RFID media is accepted as a Multi key! Control Unit
enters multiple unlocking mode. See multiple unlocking
procedure for more information.
Locking procedure
Normal locking procedure
STEP 1: Close the locker door. Time countdown starts
(vertical lines are displayed) on the Display Unit and
interrupted beep acoustic signal is activated.
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STEP 2: Approach the RFID media to the antenna field.
Reading distance is 2 – 5 centimetres from the device
surface. Hold the RFID media in the field for a few
moments for Control Unit to read and process it.
STEP 3: When the RFID media is accepted as a locker key
the corresponding locker is locked and its number is
displayed.
 NOTE 
If the locker was closed and RFID media was not presented, locker automatically opens when time
countdown ends.
User waiting time increment
User waiting time increments (slower countdown) after the
countdown ended without presenting the RFID media to
lock the locker. This gives user more time to present the
RFID media in second attempt.
Locking procedure – payment required
Steps 1 and 2 are the same as in normal locking procedure.
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STEP 3: Sign ”Euro”/“Coin”/”GbP”/”PAY”/”USd” is displayed
on Display unit. User is asked for payment to finalize the
locking procedure.
STEP 4: Insert a coin in the coin acceptor. Coin value is
displayed after the insertion.
 NOTE 
If the coin is not inserted the locker unlocks and opens after
a few seconds.
STEP 5: Locker number is displayed on Display Unit and
corresponding locker is locked.
Multiple locking procedure
For multiple locking a special multi key is needed. All the lockers closed that way can be later
unlocked (all at once) using the Multi key.
 NOTE 
See also Metra Software Help for more information on how to make a multi key.
Steps 1 and 2 are the same as in normal locking procedure.
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STEP 3: When the RFID media is accepted as a Multi key
the corresponding locker is locked and its number is
displayed.
You can now repeat the locking procedure on multiple
lockers.
Locking procedure – deposit required
STEP 1: Insert coin in coin deposit pad.
Steps 2, 3 and 4 are the same as steps 1, 2 and 3 in
normal locking procedure.
Unlocking procedure
Normal unlocking procedure
STEP 1: Approach the RFID media to the antenna field.
Reading distance is 2 – 5 centimetres from the device
surface. Hold the RFID media in the antenna field for a few
moments for Control Unit to read and process it.
STEP 2: Display shows the locker number and the locker is
unlocked when the RFID media is recognized as a locker
key that previously locked that particular locker. Short
acoustic signal is also activated.
 NOTE 
See also paragraph “Presenting RFID media as a locker
key” for other possible reactions.
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Multiple unlocking procedure
Step 1 is the same as in normal unlocking procedure.
STEP 2: Display shows sign “ALL” following by locker
numbers of previously locked lockers by this Multi key.
Each number is displayed for 1.5 second.
Remove the Multi key form the antenna filed.
 NOTE 
See also paragraph “Presenting RFID media as a locker
key” for other possible reactions.
STEP 3: To open all lockers at once present the Multi key
again to the antenna field right after sign “ALL” is displayed
or when desired locker number to be opened is displayed,
to open just one locker. If you want to open locker one by
one you can present the Multi key again when next desired
locker number to be opened is displayed, etc.
When the Multi key is recognized, a short beep acoustic
signal is activated and lockers are unlocked/locker is
unlocked.
Remove the Multi key form the antenna filed.
Use as an information terminal
If the RFID media is presented and recognized as a locker
key on different Control Unit ELS the locker number is
flashing on the display and interrupted acoustic signal is
activated. Locker remains closed.
This feature can be viewed as information for user which
locker was locked by her/his RFID media and where to go
to open it.
Use of Master card
Master cards are used to unlock any locker. The master card is useful when a user’s RFID media is
lost or stolen.
The Master cards are defined in Metra ELS software and downloaded into Control Units as other
operating parameters.
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Opening single locker
STEP 1: Approach the Master card to the antenna field.
Reading distance is 3 – 5 centimetres from the device
surface. Hold the Master card in the field for a few
moments.
STEP 2: When the Master card is recognized three dots
are displayed indicating master mode of operation was
entered.
Remove the Master card form the antenna filed.
STEP 3: Display starts counting the locker numbers of the
lockers connected to that Control Unit. Each number is
displayed for 1.5 second.
STEP 4: When desired locker number to be opened is
displayed, present the Master card again to the antenna
field.
When the Master card is recognized, the locker number
starts flashing.
Remove the Master card form the antenna filed.
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STEP 5: While the locker number is flashing, present the
Master card again to the antenna field to confirm unlocking.
When the Master card is recognized, a short beep acoustic
signal is activated and locker is unlocked.
After that the Control Unit automatically exits from the
Master mode.
 NOTE 
While display shows locker number the blue dot shows that
the locker is occupied.
Opening all lockers:
Steps 1 and 2 are the same as when unlocking single
locker.
STEP 3: Wait until “ALL” is displayed (after locker numbers
are all displayed).
STEP 4: While “All” is displayed, present the Master card
to the antenna field again. When the Master card is
recognized, a short beep acoustic signal is activated and
“All” starts flashing.
Remove the Master card form the antenna filed.
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STEP 5: While “ALL” is flashing, present the Master card
again to the antenna field to confirm unlocking all the
lockers connected to that Control Unit.
Remove the Master card.
STEP 6: All the lockers connected to that Control Unit start
to open one after another and corresponding locker
number is displayed.
Closing back the locker opened with Master card
Sometimes it is needed to close back the locker opened with the Master card. The following rules
apply:
Only lockers previously unlocked with the Master card can be locked back with Master card.
When locker is locked back with the Master card the user can still unlock it with her/his RFID
media.
STEP 1: Close the locker. Time countdown starts (vertical
lines are displayed) on Display Unit and interrupted
acoustic signal is activated.
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STEP 2: Approach the Master card to the antenna field.
Reading distance is 2 – 5 centimetres from the device
surface. Hold the card in the field for a few moments for
Control Unit to read and process the card.
STEP 3: When the Master card is recognized the locker
number is displayed and corresponding locker is locked.
Remove the Master card form antenna field.
 NOTE 
Locking with Master card is only possible if the locker was
previously unlocked by Master card!
 NOTE 
If you close the locker that was not previously opened with
the Master card and approach the Master card to the
antenna field, “no” sign is displayed.
The locker unlocks and opens.
Warning signalization
If locker was unlocked but not opened (door is jammed) blue dot lights up on the right side of the 4
digit LED display.
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Alarm signalization
Locker brake-in Alarm
If locker brake-in is detected the alarm notice is displayed.
The interrupted acoustic signal is turned on. Display
alternately shows '-AL-' notice and the locker number.
Control Unit box brake-in Alarm
If Control Unit box brake-in is detected, the alarm notice is
displayed.
The interrupted acoustic signal is turned on. Display
alternately shows '-AL-' notice and 'CU' notice.
 NOTE 
To avoid Control Unit brake-in Alarm during maintenance,
the Control Unit box should be opened when the Control
Unit is in Master mode of operation. In this case alarm is
not activated.
Remote opening of single locker
If remote opening of single Lockers is initiated over the
network the system signals this by acoustic signal and
displaying “EOPn” message followed by locker number.
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Emergency opening of all lockers
If emergency opening of all Lockers is initiated remotely by
the network the system signals this by acoustic signal and
displaying “EOPn” message for few seconds!
Error mode of operation
If display shows »Err1« there is a technical problem
(communication with RFID reader module).
Call maintenance.
Construction mode of operation
“ConS” message on display means that the Control Unit is
in “construction mode” of operation. It is initialized with
default parameter settings as it comes out of production.
Call maintenance.
User stickers
Main purpose of the stickers is to inform user which locks belong to which ELS Control Unit (arrow
stickers and colour coding). Two adjacent banks of lockers have different colour coding of the stickers.
Above the Control Unit is multilingual instruction how to lock/unlock the locker by using RFID media.
Metra Inženiring d.o.o. recommends locker manufacturers to apply short user instruction stickers on
the final product with integrated Metra ELS Control Unit and Electronic locks. Example is shown
bellow.
#
1
2
3
4
5
description
Bank of lockers with 16 lockers
Right arrow sticker
Left arrow sticker
Locking/unlocking sticker
User instructions sticker
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Warnings for User
Locker manufacturer should place on the final product relevant warnings (stickers) about locker usage:
Be sure the Locker is properly locked. If not sure try lock/unlock
procedure again.
Use locker at your own risk.
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While locking watch your fingers and clothes.
Caution: door ejects automatically when unlocking.
Caution! Slippery floor.
Do not spray or splash water on Locker!
Appendix
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2
3
4
5
User instructions sticker
Locking/unlocking sticker
Left arrow sticker
Right arrow sticker
Warning stickers
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WARNING - WARNUNG - OPOZORILO
!
ENG:
GER:
BEEP!
!
504
SLO:
ENG:
GER:
SLO:
ENG:
GER:
!
504
504
!
504
SLO:
ENG:
GER:
Be sure the Locker is properly locked. If not sure
try lock/unlock procedure again.
Vergewissern Sie sich, daß Ihr Garderobenfach richtig
verriegelt ist. Sind Sie nicht sicher, wiederholen Sie
zuerst das Entriegeln und danach das Verriegeln.
Preprièajte se, èe je omarica pravilno zaklenjena. V
primeru dvoma ponovite postopek (odklep/zaklep).
Use of Locker at your own risk.
Benutzung der Garderobenfächer auf eigene
Verantwortung. Keine Haftung für Wertsachen.
Uporaba omarice na lastno odgovornost.
While locking watch your fingers and clothes.
Beim Schließen der Fächer auf Finger und
Kleidung achten.
Bodite pozorni na prste in garderobo pri zapiranju
omarice.
SLO:
Caution: door ejects automatically when unlocking.
Achtung! Die Tür öffnet sich beim Entriegeln
Automatisch.
Pazite na avtomatski izmet vrat pri odpiranju omarice.
ENG:
GER:
SLO:
Caution! Slippery floor.
Achtung! Glatter Boden.
Pozor! Spolzka tla.
ENG:
GER:
Do not spray or splash water on Locker!
Es ist strengstens verboten das Gepäckschließfach mit
Wasser zu bespülen.
Ne polivaj omarice z vodo!
SLO:
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