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GAT NET.Lock 7000 System
Electronic RFID Locker Locks
Installation, Configuration, Operation
Document Version 3.0
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General warning and safety instructions
Dear customer,
we congratulate you on having selected a product (device resp. software) of GANTNER Electronic GmbH. So that our product
functions in your installation with safety and to your complete satisfaction, we take this opportunity to familiarise you with the following
ground rules:
1.
Installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of the product purchased must be carried out in accordance with instructions, i.e. in accordance with the technical conditions of operation, as described in the corresponding product documentation.
2.
Before installation, commissioning, operation or maintenance it is therefore essential that you read the corresponding chapter
of this manual and observe its instructions.
3.
If there are still some points, on which you are not entirely clear, please do not take a chance, but ask the customer adviser
responsible for you, or ring the GANTNER Electronic GmbH hotline.
4.
Where not otherwise specifically laid down, appropriate installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of the product
is the customer’s responsibility.
5.
Directly on receipt of the goods, inspect both the packaging and the device resp. data carrier itself for any signs of damage.
Also check that the delivery is complete (-> accessories, documentation, auxiliary devices etc.).
6.
If the packaging has been damaged in transport or should you suspect that it has been damaged or that it may have a fault, the
product must not be put into service. In this case, contact your customer advisor. He will make every effort to resolve the
problem as quickly as possible.
7.
Installation, commissioning and servicing of our appliances must only be carried out by suitably trained personnel. In particular,
electrical connections may only be made by correspondingly qualified specialists. Here, the appropriate installation provisions
in accordance with the relative national Electrical Engineers construction regulations (e.g. ÖVE, [Austrian] VDE, [German]...)
must be observed.
8.
Where not otherwise stated, installation and maintenance work on our appliances is exclusively to be carried out when disconnected from the power supply. This applies in particular to appliances which are normally supplied by low-tension current.
9.
It is prohibited to make alterations to the appliances or to remove protective shields and covers.
10. Do not attempt yourself to repair an appliance after a defect, failure or damage, or to put it back into operation again. In such
cases, it is essential you contact either your customer adviser or the GANTNER Electronic GmbH hotline.
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errors appearing in our documentation. GANTNER Electronic GmbH therefore accepts no responsibility for the completeness
or the accuracy of this manual. The right is reserved to make alterations, and we may carry out alterations at any time without
giving prior notice.
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We wish you a successful application of our appliances. We will be pleased to welcome you as a customer again soon.
Contact address / manufacturer:
GANTNER Electronic GmbH
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Tel.:
+43 5556 73784 - 442
Fax:
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Email:
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Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................7
1.1
About this Manual ...................................................................................................................................7
1.2
Contact of Inquiries .................................................................................................................................7
2. General Information .....................................................................................................................................8
2.1
System Parts ...........................................................................................................................................8
2.2
Ordering Guide ........................................................................................................................................9
2.3
Basic Function of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 System .............................................................................11
2.4
Term Definitions ....................................................................................................................................11
2.5
RFID Technology ..................................................................................................................................12
3. Mounting .....................................................................................................................................................13
3.1
Definition of the Door Hinge (Right or Left Door) ..................................................................................13
3.2
Metallic and Non-Metallic Doors ...........................................................................................................13
3.3
Dimension Drawings for the Mounting ..................................................................................................14
3.3.1
Door Width .....................................................................................................................................14
3.3.2
Basic Dimensions of GAT NET.Lock 7000 and the GAT NET.Lock Bolt Sets ..............................14
3.4
Door Status Contact ..............................................................................................................................15
3.5
Mounting in Lockers with Non-Metallic Doors .......................................................................................16
3.5.1
Important Measures when Mounting the GAT NET.Lock 7000 and Bolt Set (Non-Metal Doors) .16
3.5.2
Steps for Mounting of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 at Non-Metallic Doors ........................................17
3.6
Mounting in Lockers with Metallic Doors ...............................................................................................18
3.6.1
Cut-Outs in the Locker Door ..........................................................................................................19
3.6.2
Important Measures when Mounting the GAT NET.Lock 7000 and Bolt Set (Metal Doors) .........19
3.6.3
Steps for Mounting of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 at Metallic Doors ................................................20
3.7
Points to be observed during Installation ..............................................................................................21
3.8
Test Installation .....................................................................................................................................21
3.9
Replacement after a Burglary Attempt ..................................................................................................21
4. Electrical Connection .................................................................................................................................23
4.1
System Structure ...................................................................................................................................23
4.2
Cable Connection of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 .....................................................................................24
4.2.1
Connection Cable ..........................................................................................................................24
4.2.2
Cable Outlets .................................................................................................................................24
4.2.3
Power Supply .................................................................................................................................24
4.3
Connections at the Slave Controller GAT NET.Controller S 7000........................................................25
4.3.1
GAT NET.Lock 7000 Connection ..................................................................................................25
4.3.2
Network Connection.......................................................................................................................25
4.3.3
Power Supply .................................................................................................................................27
4.3.4
LED Signals and Buttons ...............................................................................................................28
4.4
Connections at the Master Controller GAT NET.Controller M 7000 .....................................................29
4.4.1
Connection of the Slave Controllers GAT NET.Controller S 7000 to the Master Controller .........29
4.4.2
Ethernet Connection ......................................................................................................................29
4.4.3
Connection of the Power Supply ...................................................................................................30
4.4.4
LED Signals and Buttons ...............................................................................................................30
5. Configuration And Operation ....................................................................................................................31
5.1
Antenna Adjustment of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 .................................................................................31
5.2
Locker Operation by the Visitor .............................................................................................................31
5.2.1
Lock a Locker.................................................................................................................................31
5.2.2
Unlock and Open a Locker ............................................................................................................31
5.3
Restart a Controller GAT NET.Controller S 7000 or GAT NET.Controller M 7000 ..............................32
5.4
Delete Configuration Parameters of a Controller (= Reset to Default Settings) ...................................32
5.5
Status Information at GAT NET.Controller S 7000 and GAT NET.Controller M 7000 .........................33
5.5.1
Slave Controller .............................................................................................................................33
5.5.2
Master Controller ...........................................................................................................................33
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5.6
GAT Relaxx - Operation Software for GAT NET.Lock 7000 System ................................................... 34
5.6.1
User Interface ................................................................................................................................ 34
6. Technical Data ........................................................................................................................................... 37
6.1
GAT NET.Lock 7000 ............................................................................................................................ 37
6.2
GAT NET.Controller S 7000 ................................................................................................................. 37
6.3
GAT NET.Controller M 7000 ................................................................................................................ 38
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1.
INTRODUCTION
1.1
About this Manual
This manual contains all important information necessary to install the RFID locker locks GAT NET.Lock 7000 in the
lockers/depots. The operation by the end user is described as well. In order to use the GAT NET.Lock 7000 locks the
slave controller GAT NET.Controller S 7000 is necessary as well as the master controller GAT NET.Controller M
7000, a PC software (e.g. GAT Relaxx) for configuration and control of the installation and RFID user data carriers
for identification of the users at the locks. The installation and operation of these system parts are also described in
this manual. For the configuration software GAT Relaxx there is also a separat installation manual as well as a help
function, integrated into the software, available.
In chapter 2 "General Information" general information about the GAT NET.Lock 7000 system as well as an overview
of the single system parts with order information can be found.
Chapter 3 "Mounting" includes the description how the GAT NET.Lock 7000 locks are mounted in the lockers. Here
the mounting procedure of the locks and bolt sets with all important measures and information can be found. Because
there are many different types of lockers available, the mounting procedure is written in generally and not for a certain
locker type.
The chapter 4 "Electrical Connection" describes how the GAT NET.Lock 7000 and controllers are connected with
each other and connected to power supply. Included is also information about the dimensioning and installing of the
connection cables.
Chapter 5 "Configuration And Operation" describes the operation of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 by a user/visitor of the
facility. Furthermore the antenna adjustment and the reset and deleting of configuration parameters of the controllers
is described. The LED display signals and acoustic signals at the controllers are also described here. For the GAT
Relaxx configuration software a short overview is included in this chapter as well.
Chapter 6 "Technical Data" contains the technical data oft he GAT NET.Lock 7000 locks and the GAT NET.Controller
S 7000 and M 7000.
1.2
Contact of Inquiries
In case of inquiries concerning the GAT NET.Lock 7000 system devices please get in touch with your representative
/ distributor or directly with one of the GANTNER Access Technology branch offices. The addresses, phone and fax
numbers are listed on the inner side of the cover.
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2.
GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1
System Parts
The GAT NET.Lock 7000 system consists of the following system parts:
2. GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7100
(for non-metallic doors)
1. GAT NET.Lock 7000
3. GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7200
(for metallic doors, includes the
label carrier)
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5. GAT NET.Controller M 7000
(Master Controller)
4. GAT NET.Controller S 7000
(Slave Controller)
7. GAT NET.Power Plug
9. GAT NET.Lock Label GEA right
GAT NET.Lock Label GEA NUM right
GAT NET.Lock Label GEA left
GAT NET.Lock Label GEA NUM left
(Front labels in different variants)
6. GAT NET.Power Supply 230V EU
Power Supply Unit
8. GAT NET.Lock Tool 7000
(Center punch gauge for
bolt mounting)
10. GAT NET.Lock Cable 4m
(connection cable,
length 4 m)
12. Ethernet Patch Cable
11. GAT NET.Lock Connector
Coupling for cable connection
13. GAT NET.Lock Basic Set B
GAT NET.Lock Basic Set F
GAT NET.Lock Basic Set ISO
(Five master cards and an assumption of liability sheet)
Figure 2.1 - System parts of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 system
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2.2
GAT NET.Lock 7000
Electronic RFID locker lock without connection cable and without bolt set.
GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7100
Bolt set with door shackle and booster. Used for non-metallic doors. The bolt set is mounted on the inside of the
locker door.
GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7200
Bolt set with door shackle and booster. Used for metallic doors. The bolt set is installed into locker door. The
label carrier is also included in this article.
GAT NET.Controller S 7000
The slave controller is a control unit to connect up to 24 GAT NET.Lock 7000. There are two different slave
controllers available, which differ in the type of RFID reader.
GAT NET.Controller M 7000
The master controller is a control unit to connect up to 8 slave controllers GAT NET.Controller S 7000. The master
controller is used to connect the slave controllers to a server / PC.
GAT NET.Power Supply 230V EU
Power supply unit for the slave and master controller (mains power plug is of type EU).
GAT NET.Power Plug
Plug to supply multiple controllers with a single power supply (see "4.3. Connections at the Slave Controller GAT
NET.Controller S 7000").
GAT NET.Lock Tool 7000
Center punch gauge for bolt mounting in the locker doors. With these gauges the drillings for the mounting can
be easily marked on the locker doors.
GAT NET.Lock Label 7000 GEA xxx
Different front labels in GANTNER design. The labels are available for right and left doors and with or without
printed locker numbers. On metallic doors the labels are sticked onto the label carrier. On non-metallic doors the
labels can be sticked directly onto the doors.
GAT NET.Lock Cable 4m
4-pin connection cable (4 metres) to connect a GAT NET.Lock 7000 to a slave controller. MOLEX plugs on both
sides.
GAT NET.Lock Connector
Connection socket to connect two GAT NET.Lock Cable 4m.
Ethernet Patch Cable
Standard network cable (min. CAT5) to connect the slave controller to the master controller.
GAT NET.Lock Basic Set xxx
Set consisting of five master cards and an assumption of liability sheet. The master cards have master key functionality and can be used to open all lockers in an GAT NET.Lock 7000 locker system (e.g. used for service- and
cleaning personnel). Available for different RFID technologies ("B" for LEGIC®, "F" for MIFARETM and "ISO" for
ISO 15693 systems).
Ordering Guide
For the planning and ordering of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 system components, an ordering guide is available in a
separate document ("DK_GAT-NETLOCK7000--Bestellhilfe-EN").
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2.3
Basic Function of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 System
The locker lock GAT NET.Lock 7000 is the ideal solution for the convenient electronic locking of wardrobe lockers in
fitness clubs, baths, golf resorts, and other individual company applications. The identification at the GAT NET.Lock
7000 is carried out via contactless RFID data carriers (Radio Frequency Identification).
The GAT NET.Lock 7000 is suitable for any type of material (sheet metal, wood, HPL, solid plastic) and can be used
for left- and right-hinged doors alike. The various operating modes enable the flexible use of these locks.
The GAT NET.Lock 7000 is installed on the inner side of the locker. A bolt set is mounted on the inside of the locker
door. This bolt set holds the door shackle, which inserts into the GAT NET.Lock 7000 and locks the door. The bolt set
also includes a passive booster in order to amplify the RFID reading field.
The GAT NET.Lock 7000 locks are controlled by the slave controllers GAT NET.Controller S 7000. To support the
different RFID technologies, there are two different slave controllers available - one for LEGIC® and one for MIFARETM
and ISO 15693 data carriers. Up to 24 GAT NET.Lock 7000 can be connected to one slave controller. The slave
controllers are connected to master controllers, which communicate over Ethernet with a software (e.g. the GAT
Relaxx software from GANTNER Electronic GmbH) on a host computer/server.
Using a locker
The user closes the door of a free locker and while holding the door shut puts his data carrier onto the reading centre
at the locker door (reading centre is indicated by the LED of the lock). The GAT NET.Lock 7000 reads the data carrier
information and communicates with the master controllers (via the slave controllers) for determination, if the user is
allowed to use the locker (depending on his authorisation). If the user is authorised to use the locker, a command is
sent to the GAT NET.Lock 7000 to lock the locker door.
To unlock a locker door the user only holds his data carrier to the reading centre at the previously locked locker door.
The GAT NET.Lock 7000 communicates with the controllers and in case of authorisation the GAT NET.Lock 7000
unlocks the locker door.
2.4
Term Definitions
Several terms are used often in this manual and are defined as described below.
Locker:
The term "locker" is used as a general term and can mean for example a changing locker, a depot or a private box,
which are locked by the GAT NET.Lock 7000.
Lock:
General term for the GAT NET.Lock 7000.
RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification):
Indentification at a short distance using radio frequency. An RFID data carrier is used as identification media.
Data Carrier:
A data carrier in this manual is an identification media which is used by the persons/visitors of a facility for identification
at the locker locks GAT NET.Lock 7000. Data carriers can have different forms like e.g. a wristlet or a chip card. Data
carriers are available in different technologies (LEGIC®, MIFARETM, ISO 15693).
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FID (Company ID) and Site Key:
LEGIC systems use the FID number. In MIFARE systems the site key is used, which is a combination of the FID and
the read and write keys. The FID and site keys are unique numbers for every leisure facility installation. These numbers are encoded in every data carrier and every device and with this number it can be guaranteed that data carriers
of one installation are not used in other installations.
Slave Controller:
A slave controller GAT NET.Controller S 7000 is a device where the locks GAT NET.Lock 7000 get connected to (up
to 24 locks per slave controller). The slave controller receives control signals via the serial RS 485 network and
operates the connected electronic locks accordingly.
Master Controller:
A master controller GAT NET.Controller M 7000 is used to connect the slave controllers via Ethernet to a higherranking PC/server with control software (e.g. GAT Relaxx).
Booster:
Electronic component for amplifying the RFID reading field of the GAT NET.Lock 7000. A booster is often used to
extend the RIFD reading range of the GAT NET.Lock 7000, e.g. at metallic or thick doors or small data carriers. The
bolt sets for the GAT NET.Lock 7000 already include boosters - 1 in the GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7100 for non-metallic
doors and 2 in the GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7200 for metallic doors.
GAT Relaxx:
PC software which is installed on a server/host computer and which is used to configure and control the connected
controllers and locks. A separate installation manual and integrated help is available for this software.
User / Visitor:
The terms "user" and "visitor" are used for the persons, which use the lockers and the GAT NET.Lock 7000.
2.5
RFID Technology
Identification of the users at the GAT NET.Lock 7000 is done via RFID (radio-frequency identification) with 13.56
MHz. There are three different technologies. A letter/letters are added to the designations of the GANTNER products
to mark the technology which the device supports:
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"B":
"F":
"ISO":
LEGIC®
MIFARETM
ISO 15693
The GAT NET.Lock 7000 and the master controller GAT NET.Controller M 7000 can work with all of these technologies. The slave controller is available in two different versions, depending on the type of RFID technology:
- GAT NET.Controller S 7000 B:
- GAT NET.Controller S 7000 F/ISO:
LEGIC®
MIFARETM and ISO 15693
Therefore it is necessary that all devices and data carriers in a facility are of the same technology. The information in
this manual is written in general for all RFID types. If there is special information only valid for a certain technology it
will be noted.
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3.
MOUNTING
This mounting instruction describes how to mount the locker locks GAT NET.Lock 7000. Please read this
instruction carefully and follow it prior to working on the lockers or installing the locks.
As there is a wide variety of applications and locker types, a test installation including a functional testing
must always be performed prior to the serial production of the lockers and the installation of the locks (see
chapter "3.8. Test Installation").
Please also read the most important points for installation summarized in the chapter "3.7. Points to be
observed during Installation"!
3.1
Definition of the Door Hinge (Right or Left Door)
For the mounting, it is important to determine whether the door is hinged to the left or the right. This is defined as
follows:
Figure 3.1 - Definition of the opening direction of lockers (left/right)
In the following pages the mounting for right-hinged doors is desribed. The installation process for left locker doors is
in principle the same as for right locker doors, only with flipped lock and door orientation.
The hinges must not be equipped with retaining springs or other elements which keep the locker door shut!
The locker door must open up without resistance by itself when it is unlocked by the GAT NET.Lock 7000.
3.2
Metallic and Non-Metallic Doors
Because the RFID field of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 is distorted or blocked by metal (e.g. with metallic locker doors),
a cut-out has to be made in metallic locker doors and the GAT NET.Lock Bolt Set 7200 and the label carrier is then
mounted in this cut-out. For non-metallic doors no cut-out but only a drilling for the LED field is required.
Since the reading range of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 is limited, the locker door at non-metallic doors may not be too
thick. The maximum door thickness at non-metallic doors depends on the used RFID technology and data carriers.
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3.3
Dimension Drawings for the Mounting
3.3.1 Door Width
The minimum door width allowed (measured from the door shackle to the hinge) is 230 mm. If the door is narrower,
the door shackle would hit the locker when the door is being closed.
Figure 3.2 - Minimal door width
3.3.2 Basic Dimensions of GAT NET.Lock 7000 and the GAT NET.Lock Bolt Sets
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Figure 3.3 - Dimensions of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 with GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7100 for non-metallic doors
Figure 3.4 - Dimensions of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 with GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7200 for metallic doors
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6.
7.
8.
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GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7100 (for non-metallic doors)
GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7200 (for metallic doors)
Door shackle
Door contact
Booster
Status LED
Label carrier
Door Status Contact
The GAT NET.Lock 7000 has a feedback which gets activated by the door contact (5) at the bolt set as soon as the
locker door is closed. To guarantee the correct functionality of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 it is important, that this contact
is clean and not damaged.
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3.5
Mounting in Lockers with Non-Metallic Doors
In lockers with non-metallic doors the GAT NET.Lock 7000 is mounted on the left or right inner locker wall (depending
if it is a right or left locker) and the GAT NET.Lock Bolt Set 71x0 is mounted on the inside of the locker door. Also a
drilling in the locker door is required for the LED status display. See the following figure and the steps afterwards for
the mounting instructions.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
GAT NET.Lock 7000
GAT NET.Lock Bolt Set 7100
Mounting screws for the GAT NET.Lock 7000 (3x), type depending on the locker material
Door shackle
Door contact
Mounting screws for bolt set
LED (hole in the locker door)
Figure 3.5 - Mounting of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 in a locker with non-metallic door (right door)
3.5.1 Important Measures when Mounting the GAT NET.Lock 7000 and Bolt Set (Non-Metal Doors)
During the mounting, please pay particular attention to the following points:
- When the door is pressed shut, the gap between the bolt set and the front of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 must not
exceed 0.5 mm. Ideally the bolt set should touch the front of the lock (see measure in Figure 3.5).
- The middle of the door shackle (4) must be 1 mm higher than the middle of the door shackle opening in the GAT
NET.Lock 7000 (see measure in Figure 3.5). This ensures the door’s ability to close even if the door position is
modified 3 mm downwards or 1 mm upwards (tolerance ±2 mm).
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- If right and left doors are used in a mix, please note the LED positions, since the GAT NET.Lock 7000 is mounted
upside-down on the left doors, compared to the right doors.
Figure 3.6 - LED positions of GAT NET.Lock 7000 at right and left doors
Before mounting all locks of the locker system a test installation of one lock in a mechanically finalized locker
and a subsequent function check must be performed like described below. Only if this check is successful,
the rest of the locks may be mounted in the same way!
3.5.2 Steps for Mounting of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 at Non-Metallic Doors
Please perform the following steps in order to mount the GAT NET.Lock 7000 at non-metallic doors.
 Drill the 3 holes (3) for the GAT NET.Lock 7000 into the locker wall.
Attention: Position the 3 holes according to the information in "3.5.1. Important Measures when Mounting
the GAT NET.Lock 7000 and Bolt Set (Non-Metal Doors)"!
 Plug-in the connection cable at the GAT NET.Lock 7000 (see "4. Electrical Connection").
 Mount the GAT NET.Lock 7000 with 3 screws (3) on the inside locker wall.
Note: Use the right screws according to the type of locker material
Attention: The max. allowed tightening torque of the screws is 2 Nm.
 Drill the 3 holes (6) on the locker door inside for mounting the GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7100.
 Drill a hole for the LED display in the locker door (7). The recommended hole diameter is 10 mm.
Note: A customer-specific front label can be used to cover the LED hole. A transparent (matt) field should be placed
on the label to show the LED light.
 Mount the bolt set onto the inside of the locker door by using 3 screws.
Note: Use the right type and length of the screws according to the type of locker material.
 Close the door to test, if the locker door can be closed easily and the door shackle inserts into the opening in the
GAT NET.Lock 7000.
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3.6
Mounting in Lockers with Metallic Doors
In lockers with metallic doors the GAT NET.Lock 7000 is mounted on the left or right inner locker wall (depending if it
is a right or left locker). In the door 2 cut-outs have to be made - one on the inside door sheet and one on the outside
door sheet. The two parts of the GAT NET.Lock Bolt Set 7200 are then mounted into the locker door. See the following
figure and the steps afterwards for the mounting instructions.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
GAT NET.Lock 7000
GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7200
Mounting screws for the GAT NET.Lock 7000
Door shackle
Door contact
Mounting screws for bolt set (pan-head metal Torx Ø 3.5 x 9.5 mm)
LED position
Cut-out for GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7200
Cut-out for label carrier
Label carrier
Figure 3.7 - Mounting of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 in a locker with metallic doors (right door)
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3.6.1 Cut-Outs in the Locker Door
On the inside and outside walls of the locker door the following cut-outs must be made in order to mount the GAT
NET. Lock BoltSet 7200 and the label carrier. The measurements for the cut-outs are as follows.
Figure 3.8 - Cut-Outs in Metallic Doors
3.6.2 Important Measures when Mounting the GAT NET.Lock 7000 and Bolt Set (Metal Doors)
During the mounting, please pay particular attention to the following points:
- The door thickness must be between 18 and 26 mm (see Figure 3.7).
- When the door is pressed shut, the gap between the bolt set and the front of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 must not
exceed 0.5 mm (see measure in Figure 3.7). Ideally the bolt set should touch the front of the lock.
- The middle of the door shackle (4) must be 1 mm higher than the middle of the door shackle opening in the GAT
NET.Lock 7000 (see measure in Figure 3.7). This ensures the door’s ability to close even if the door position is
modified 3 mm downwards or 1 mm upwards (tolerance ±2 mm).
Before mounting all locks of the locker system a test installation of one lock in a mechanically finalized locker
and a subsequent function check must be performed like described below. Only if this check is successful,
the rest of the locks may be mounted in the same way!
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3.6.3 Steps for Mounting of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 at Metallic Doors
Please perform the following steps in order to mount the GAT NET.Lock 7000 at metallic doors.
 Drill the 3 holes (3) for the GAT NET.Lock 7000 into the locker wall.
Attention: Position the 3 holes according to the information in the previous section "3.5.1. Important Measures
when Mounting the GAT NET.Lock 7000 and Bolt Set (Non-Metal Doors)"!
 Plug-in the connection cable at the GAT NET.Lock 7000 (see "4. Electrical Connection").
 Mount the GAT NET.Lock 7000 with 3 screws (3) on the inside locker wall.
Note: Use the right screws according to the type of locker material
Attention: The max. allowed tightening torque of the screws is 2 Nm.
 On the inner wall of the locker door make the cut-out (63.2 x 68 mm) for the GAT NET.Lock Bolt Set 7200.
 On the inner wall of the locker door drill the 4 holes (6) for mounting the GAT NET.Lock Bolt Set 7200.
 On the outer wall of the locker door make the cut-out (68.2 x 94 mm) for the label carrier.
 Mount the bolt set onto the inside wall of the locker door by using the 4 screws included in the scope of supply (Torx Ø
3.5 x 9.5 mm) as shown in Figure 3.8 on the previous page.
Note: Use the following screws (which are included in the scope of supply): Torx, Ø 3.5 mm, length 9.5 mm
 Push the label carrier onto the outside wall of the locker door. The label carrier will hold in place with the lashes on
the label carrier - no screws are required.
 Stick the front label onto the label carrier.
Note: A customer-specific front label can be used to cover the LED hole. A transparent field should be placed on
the label to show the LED light
Figure 3.9 - Label carrier with front label
 Close the door to test, if the locker door can be closed easily and the door shackle inserts into the opening in the
GAT NET.Lock 7000.
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Points to be observed during Installation
Fastening screws:
The GAT NET.Lock 7000 is fastened with three screws onto the locker wall. Use the correct type of screws depending
on the type of locker material. The screws may not be tightened to much - max. allowed tightening torque of the
screws is 2 Nm.
Mounting of the door shackle:
For fastening the bolt set with the door shackle on the door the correct screws depending on the type of locker material
must be used. For mounting the GAT NET.Lock BoltSet 7200 use the pan-head metal screws Torx 3.5 x 9.5 mm
(included in the scope of supply). The positioning and mounting of the door shackle should be performed after the
final alignment of the lockers on site.
No retaining devices:
No retaining devices such as springs should be used on the doors, as this would prevent the snapping-up of the
doors.
Hinge:
The hinges of the locker door must not be equipped with retaining springs or similar elements. The locker door must
open automatically without resistance when the GAT NET.Lock 7000 unlocks the door.
3.8
Test Installation
As the GAT NET.Lock 7000 is suitable for a wide range of installation varietes, always perform a test installation and
functional testing of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 in a finished sample locker of the facility, before starting with the serial
production of the lockers. In particular, test if the door shackle slides centrally into the opening of the GAT NET.Lock
7000, the door locks without any problems and the door opens without resistance (without retaining elements like
springs).
Also read a data carrier (an original data carrier which will later be used on the site) in order to ensure that the data
carriers can be read without problems.
Attention, make sure the connection cable is completely installed and guided out of the locker and the
connection of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 has been fully completed prior to the locking test.
3.9
Replacement after a Burglary Attempt
If a burglary (forced opening) has been attempted on a locker, the entire GAT NET.Lock 7000 must be replaced by a
new one. The bolt set with the door shackle must be replaced as well.
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4.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
This chapter describes the electrical connection of a GAT NET.Lock 7000 and also of the control units GAT NET.Controller S 7000 and GAT NET.Controller M 7000.
Cable connection must only be done in powerless state and only by trained and specialised personnel.
4.1
System Structure
The GAT NET.Lock 7000 are always connected to the slave controllers GAT NET.Controller S 7000. The slave controllers are in turn networkable via serial RS 485 interface and are connected to a master controller GAT NET.Controller M 7000. The master controllers are connected via Ethernet to a host computer or server.
Figure 4.1 - GAT NET.Lock 7000 system structure
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4.2
Cable Connection of the GAT NET.Lock 7000
Back Side
Figure 4.2 - Cable connection at the GAT NET.Lock 7000
4.2.1 Connection Cable
The 4 m connection cable GAT NET.Lock Cable 4m (part no.: 321826) is included in the scope of supply. With this
cable the GAT NET.Lock 7000 is connected to a slave controller GAT NET.Controller S 7000. The cable has a 4-pin
MOLEX plug type Micro-Fit 3.0TM on both ends.
If the standard connection cable is too short, it is possible to use two of those cables, which are connected together
with the GAT NET.Lock Connector.
For connection of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 only use an original cable of GANTNER Electronic GmbH.
4.2.2 Cable Outlets
Cut-out one of the cable outlets (1 in Figure 4.2) in order to feed the cable out of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 housing.
Depending on the orientation of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 and the cable routing in the locker use the outlet which
allows cable routing with minimal length and efford.
4.2.3 Power Supply
The GAT NET.Lock 7000 is supplied with power via the connection cable and the slave controller. A DC supply of 5
V is used (see also technical data).
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Connections at the Slave Controller GAT NET.Controller S 7000
4.3.1 GAT NET.Lock 7000 Connection
The locks GAT NET.Lock 7000 are connected via the 4-pin MOLEX connectors on the sockets at the side panel of
the GAT NET.Controller S 7000.
Attention, always use the original cables of GANTNER Electronic GmbH. The connection cable of the lock
must not be modified (shortened or extended). If the cable is too short, only one GANTNER extension cable
GAT Net.Lock Cable 4m (partno.: 321826, length = 4 m) may be used. The maximum cable length between
the GAT NET.Lock 7000 and the slave controller thus being 8 m.
Up to 24 GAT NET.Lock 7000 can be connected to one slave controller. The locks are controlled and differentiated
via the channel numbers indicated at the side panel of the slave controller. Therefore it is important where the locks
are connected and how the locking system is configured.
The slave controller should be located in such a manner, that the locks can be connected with the minimum length of
cables (e.g. directly on the lockers).
Figure 4.3 - Connection to the GAT NET.Lock 7000 to a slave controller GAT NET.Controller S 7000
Note: Do not attempt to connect the RFID locker locks GAT NET.Lock 7000 to a GAT Smart.Controller S 7000 as
this smart controller only operates with GAT Smart.Locks 7001. For the GAT NET.Lock 7000, you have to use
the GAT NET.Controller S 7000 slave controller.
4.3.2 Network Connection
The slave controllers are interconnected with each other via the serial RS 485 interface. The same RS 485 interface
is used to connect the slave controllers to a GAT NET.Controller M 7000 master controller.
RJ 45 plugs are used for connecting the RS 485 cables at the GAT NET.Controller S 7000. For the network connection
we recommend to use at least a CAT 5 (STP) cable.
Figure 4.4 - RS 485 connection on the GAT NET.Controller S 7000
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Observe the following values for the number of connectable controllers per interface:
- A maximum of 8 slave controllers per RS 485 line
- Maximum of one RS 485 line length = 200 m
Figure 4.5 - Maximal RS 485 line length
It is important to differentiate between the RS 485 IN and OUT plugs. Connect the incoming cable (from the master
Controller or the previous slave controller) to the RS 485 IN plug and the outgoing cable (to a next slave controller)
with the RS 485 OUT plug. This is particularly important if the power supply is to be forwarded to the following slave
controllers (please refer to the next section).
Figure 4.6 - RS 485 IN and OUT direction on the GAT NET.Controller S 7000
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4.3.3 Power Supply
The GAT NET.Controller S 7000 is connected to the mains power supply via an external power supply unit. Depending
on the type of power supply unit and the country mains voltage may be UAC 230 V or UAC 115 V (please refer to
technical data). The power supply is connected to the controller via the MOLEX plug shown in Figure 4.7.
Figure 4.7 - Connection of the power supply on the GAT NET.Controller S 7000
The power supply unit may be placed in the storage place inside the slave controller.
There are two different types of power supply connections:
1.
The power supply can be connected to each slave controller individually.
2.
The power supply is connected to a single or a few slave controllers, which in turn supply the remaining slave
controllers via the RS 485 cable. In this case, the “power plug” must be inserted for those slave controllers which
are not supplied directly.
Note: At the first controller the power supply must always be connected. If 5 or more controllers are used at
one line a second power supply is required at least at the fifth controller.
Figure 4.8 - Power transmission via RS 485 interface
Pay attention to the direction of the supply, as the supply is provided only at the “RS 485 OUT” socket.
Attention, the maximum total cable length, if the power is transmitted from a master or slave controller to
a subsequent controller, is 200 metres.
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Figure 4.9 - Examples for power supply
4.3.4 LED Signals and Buttons
For the display of the operating state and to start certain functions various LED indicators and buttons are provided
on the GAT NET.Controller S 7000.
Yellow LED
Green LED
Figure 4.10 - LEDs and buttons provided at the GAT NET.Controller S 7000
LEDs
- RS 485 IN (yellow): The connection with the master controller has been established.
- RS 485 IN (green): RS 485 communication is active.
- LED 1 (blue):
Lock activated/controlled.
- LED 2 (green/red): See "5.5. Status Information at GAT NET.Controller S 7000 and GAT NET.Controller M 7000".
Buttons
- RESET:
- MODE:
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1. See "5.3. Restart a Controller GAT NET.Controller S 7000 or GAT NET.Controller M 7000"
2. See "5.4. Delete Configuration Parameters of a Controller (= Reset to Default Settings) "
See "5.1 Antenna Adjustment of the GAT NET.Lock 7000"
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Connections at the Master Controller GAT NET.Controller M 7000
4.4.1 Connection of the Slave Controllers GAT NET.Controller S 7000 to the Master Controller
The slave controllers are connected to the master controllers via the RS 485 interface using RJ 45 plugs. The connection must be made at the "RS 485 SLAVES" socket.
Figure 4.11 - Connection of the GAT NET.Controller S 7000 at the GAT NET.Controller M 7000
Note: The "RS 485 ADD-ON" connector is reserved for future requirements and must not be used to connect the
slave controllers.
Observe the following values for the number of connectable controllers per master controller (RS 485 line):
- A maximum of 8 slave controllers per master controller, i.e. per RS 485 line
- Maximum length of one RS 485 line = 200 m
4.4.2 Ethernet Connection
The connection of several GAT NET.Controller M 7000 as well as the connection of the master controller to a
PC/server is performed via Ethernet. The Ethernet line is connected at the RJ 45 plug on the back side of the GAT
NET.Controller M 7000.
Figure 4.12 - Connection of the GAT NET.Controller M 7000 to Ethernet
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4.4.3 Connection of the Power Supply
The GAT NET.Controller M 7000 is connected via an external power supply unit to the mains power supply, i.e.
depending on the type of unit and the country of use U AC 230 V or UAC 115 V (please refer to technical data). The
power supply is connected to the controller via the MOLEX plug.
Figure 4.13 - Power supply on the GAT NET.Controller M 7000
The power supply unit may be placed in the storage space inside the master controller.
4.4.4 LED Signals and Buttons
For the display of the operating state and to start certain functions various LED indicators and buttons are provided
on the GAT NET.Controller M 7000.
Yellow LED
Green LED
Figure 4.14 - LEDs and buttons provided on the GAT NET.Controller M 7000
LEDs
- RS 485 IN (yellow): The connection with the slave controller has been established.
- RS 485 IN (green): RS 485 communication is active.
- LED 1 (blue):
Reserved for future functions.
- LED 2 (green/red): See "5.5. Status Information at GAT NET.Controller S 7000 and GAT NET.Controller M 7000".
Buttons
- RESET:
- MODE:
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2. See "5.4. Delete Configuration Parameters of a Controller (= Reset to Default Settings) "
Reserved for future functions.
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5.
CONFIGURATION AND OPERATION
5.1
Antenna Adjustment of the GAT NET.Lock 7000
The antenna of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 needs to be adjusted so that the optimal reading range for the RFID data
carriers is optained. The antenna adjustment doesn’t need to be made by hand, the GAT NET.Lock 7000 supports
automatic antenna adjustment via PC software.
The antenna adjustment of a lock is also possible with the MODE button of the Slave Controller, where the lock is
connected (see "4.3.4. LED Signals and Buttons").
Note: The locker door must be closed during the antenna adjustment so that the test conditions meet the later operating conditions.
Proceed with these steps:
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5.2
Close all locker doors.
Press MODE button once.
-> The antenna adjustment is completed in less than 1 second.
Locker Operation by the Visitor
5.2.1 Lock a Locker
In order to use an unused locker (i.e. locking a locker) the door must be pressed shut so that the door shackle moves
into the GAT NET.Lock 7000. While the door is kept shut the user must hold his data carrier to the reading field on
the locker door. The GAT NET.Lock 7000 reads the data carrier, communicates with the slave and master controllers
and if the data carrier (i.e. the user) is allowed to use the locker, a command will be sent so that the GAT NET.Lock
7000 will lock the locker.
With a push button at the front of the GAT NET.Lock 7000 the lock detects, if the locker door is closed or not. This
allows indication of the locker status by a PC software.
5.2.2 Unlock and Open a Locker
When a user wants to open a locker, the user must identify himself at the lock with his RFID data carrier. As soon as
the user holds his data carrier to the RFID scan field the GAT NET.Lock 7000 reads the data carrier, communicates
with the slave and master controllers and if the data carrier (i.e. the user) is allowed to open the locker, a command
will be sent so that the GAT NET.Lock 7000 will unlock the locker.
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5.3
Restart a Controller GAT NET.Controller S 7000 or GAT NET.Controller M 7000
In certain situations (e.g. after an error or network problems) it may be helpful to restart a master or slave controller.
This means that the software application in these devices will be restarted.
To restart a controller, proceed with these steps (the picture above shows a slave controller):
- Press the RESET button for 5 seconds
-> LED 2 will blink red and green
- Release the RESET button
-> The slave controller restarts. This takes about 5 seconds. The configuration parameters will remain unchanged.
5.4
Delete Configuration Parameters of a Controller (= Reset to Default Settings)
After deleting the configuration parameters of a controller (master or slave) the controller works identically as on the
time of delivery.
Attention, the reset of a controller must only be performed by an authorised service technician. After reset
the entire locker installation must be reconfigured via software.
To restart a controller, proceed with these steps (the picture above shows a slave controller):
- Press the RESET button for approx. 12 seconds.
-> LED 1 starts flashing blue.
- Within 3 seconds release the RESET button and press it again.
-> Configuration parameters are reset.
-> When resetting a slave controller the LEDs on the connected locks are blinging red/green.
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Status Information at GAT NET.Controller S 7000 and GAT NET.Controller M 7000
LED 2 shows the following status information at a slave and master controller.
5.5.1 Slave Controller
LED 2
Status Information
red
Emergency operation (no connection, neither to the master controller nor to the server/software)
red blinking
Emergency operation (connection to master controller OK, but no connection to server/software)
green
Normal operation (connection to master controller and server/software is OK)
alternately red/green
blinking
Bootloader mode (a firmware update is currently being loaded or there is no firmware present in the
controller)
Table 5.1 - Status information at a slave controller GAT NET.Controller S 7000
5.5.2 Master Controller
LED 2
Status Information
red
Emergency operation (no connection to the server/software)
green
Normal operation (connection to server/software is OK)
alternately red/green
blinking
Bootloader mode (a firmware update is currently being loaded or there is no firmware present in the
controller)
Table 5.2 - Status information at a master controller GAT NET.Controller M 7000
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5.6
GAT Relaxx - Operation Software for GAT NET.Lock 7000 System
Note: This chapter includes only a short overview of the software and its main functions. A detailed description of all
GAT Relaxx functions is included as interactive help in GAT Relaxx. For installation and general information
and system requirements an installation manual is available and included on the GAT Relaxx installation CD.
General
In order to configure, operate and monitor the locker system, GANTNER Electronic GmbH offers the PC software
GAT Relaxx. GAT Relaxx runs on a Microsoft Windows PC (for supported operating systems see the installation
manual of GAT Relaxx). GAT Relaxx consists of a Windows service, which runs in the background and takes care of
the communication with the locker system, and a user interface where the locking system is configured and controlled
and status information are shown.
It is possible to work with only one GAT Relaxx client, which is installed on the same PC as the GAT Relaxx service.
But GAT Relaxx also offers the possibility to install other clients in the network which can log-in and work with the
same GAT Relaxx system and database.
A database application is required for GAT Relaxx. Therefore the SQL Server Express application is shipped on the
CD together with GAT Relaxx. Furthermore the .NET framework with version 4.0 or higher is required. This is also
included on the GAT Relaxx installation CD.
Installation and First Startup
The GAT Relaxx installation CD includes an installation wizard, which leads the user through the installation of GAT
Relaxx. The wizard automatically recognises, whether a SQL server of the version 2008 or later and the .NET Framework version 4.0 or later is installed. If these are not yet installed the installation wizard offers the possibility to install
these first.
Before installing GAT Relaxx please read the installation manual, which includes important information about
the system requirements, the installation process, the service configuration and the setup of the database.
At first startup the database settings and general options of GAT Relaxx must be set once.
It is also necessary to enter the licence and activate codes in order to work with GAT Relaxx. These codes can be
received from GANTNER Electronic GmbH.
5.6.1 User Interface
GAT Relaxx has a user rights management system. Therefore a user name and password is required to log-in and
have access to the program functions.
The work in the GAT Relaxx software can roughly be divided into the following areas:
- Configuration of the devices (i.e. define communication channels, configure controllers and locks)
- Controlling and monitoring the lockers by the end user
For these two areas, separate user interfaces are available, which can be displayed by selecting the tabs "Hardware
view" and "Organisation view".
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1
2
3
4
5
7
6
8
9
Figure 5.15 - GAT Relaxx, Hardware View
The hardware view is devided into the following areas:
1 - Main menu:
2 - Symbol bar:
3 - Switch user interface:
4 - Selective symbol bar:
5 - System overview:
6 - Locker overview:
7 - Information area:
8 - Locker actions:
8 - Status bar:
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Access to all GAT Relaxx functions by selecting the corresponding menu items.
Fast access to the main functions.
Next to the "Start" tab, a tab is displayed for each user interface. Several Hardware
View and Organization View tabs as well as other tabs like alarm and log tabs are
possible.
Fast access to the main functions of the currently selected user interface.
Here, the hardware of the entire system is defined. Communication channels and
connected controllers can be added and the lockers used can be defined per controller.
Here the lockers (GAT NET.Lock 7000) of the controller selected on the left are
displayed together with their current states.
Here, the information regarding the locker selected in middle area (6) is displayed.
In this field different lock actions can be performed, like for example to open all
lockers with the button "Open all lockers".
The status bar displays various information regarding the GAT Relaxx and the system, such as
- whether the GAT Relaxx service is running and wether the connection is OK.
- system type (online/offline).
- whether a USB driver is installed.
- information regarding the logged-in user.
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5
7
6
8
Figure 5.16 - GAT Relaxx, Organization View
The areas (5), (6) and (7) serve a somewhat different purpose in the user interface:
5 - System overview:
6 - Locker overview:
7 – Information area:
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Here the lockers of a system are divided logically into "areas", (e.g. "male locker
room" and "female locker room"). This division represents only a logical grouping
and not the real hardware-based locker assignment to respective controllers.
Here, the lockers of the selected area are displayed graphically. The respecitve
locker state is displayed by corresponding colours:
- Unknown : State unknown (e.g. no communication with the locker/controller)
Open : Locker available (unlocked)
- Closed : Locker closed (locked)
- Expired : Locker locked, but the permissible time of usage has been exceed.
- Locked : Locker locked and blocked.
- Disabled : Locker out of operation (not useable)
- Alarm : An alarm has occurred regarding this locker
Here, the information regarding the locker selected under (6) is displayed.
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6.
TECHNICAL DATA
6.1
GAT NET.Lock 7000
Nominal voltage UDC:
Power supply:
Average power consumption:
RFID frequency:
Retaining force:
Force on inner side of the door:
User guidance:
Interface:
Number of locks per slave controller:
Connectors:
Housing material:
Door width:
Dimensions:
Permitted ambient temperature:
Protection type:
Protection class:
Weight:
Environment class based on VDS 2110:
6.2
5V
Via connection cable from the slave controller
60 mW
13.56 MHz
Min. 1,500 N
Max. 100 N
Multi-colour status LED
One-wire (special cable for supply, data and RF signal)
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MOLEX, type Micro-Fit 3.0™
Plastic (PC)
Min. 230 mm
110 x 100 x 25 mm
0 to +60 °C
IP 52
III
Approx. 160 g
II (conditions in indoor areas)
GAT NET.Controller S 7000
Nominal voltage UDC:
Power supply unit:
Average power consumption:
Reader types
- GAT NET.Controller S 7000 F/ISO:
- GAT NET.Controller S 7000 B:
Number of locks per slave controller:
GAT Lock Network:
Interface to the locks:
Interface between slave and master:
Connectors:
Housing material:
Dimensions:
Permitted ambient temperature:
Protection type:
Protection class:
Weight:
Environment class based on VDS 2110:
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External power supply units (use only power supply units approved by GANTNER Electronic GmbH for the GAT NET.Controller 7000)
MIFARE™ + ISO 15693
LEGIC® (Advant)
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1 Wire (special cable for supply and data signal)
RS 485
- Slave to master (RS 485): RJ 45
- Locks: MOLEX, type Micro-Fit 3.0™
- Supply: MOLEX
Plastic (ABS)
310 x 133 x 42 mm (12.2 x 5.24 x 1.65 inch)
0 to +60 °C
IP 40
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Approx. 600 g
II (conditions in indoor areas)
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GAT NET.Controller M 7000
Nominal voltage UDC:
Power supply unit:
Average power consumption:
GAT Lock Network:
Memory:
Digital inputs:
Digital outputs:
Interface between slave and master:
Interface between master and server:
Connectors:
Housing material:
Dimensions:
Permitted ambient temperature:
Protection type:
Protection class:
Weight:
Environment class based on VDS 2110:
24 V
External power supply units (use only power supply units approved by GANTNER Electronic GmbH for the GAT NET.Controller 7000)
Max. 8 slave controllers GAT NET.Controller S 7000 at one master controller GAT NET.Controller M 7000
Internal memory for 10,000 bookings. SD card slot for memory expansion,
log files, firmware update or person lists
4 x optocoupler
4 x relay
RS 485
Ethernet
- Master to server (Ethernet): RJ 45
- Slave to master (RS 485): RJ 45
- Supply: MOLEX
Plastic (ABS)
310 x 133 x 42 mm (12.2 x 5.24 x 1.65 inch)
0 to +60 °C
IP 40
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Approx. 600 g
II (conditions in indoor areas)
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Note:
This manual is valid as from October 17th 2013. It is subject to change,
amendments and changes can be made without prior notice at anytime!
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Industriestraße 40F
Unit 6 15/17 Chaplin Drive, West Lane Cove
6780 Schruns, Austria
44894 Bochum, Germany
Sydney NSW 2006, Australia
T +43 5556 73784-0
T +49 234 58896-0
T +61 2 9011 8114
F +43 5556 73784-8000
F +49 234 58896-11
F +61 2 8209 1708
info@gantner.com
info-de@gantner.com
info-aus@gantner.com
GANTNER Electronics Ltd. UK
GANTNER Electronic GmbH Middle East
Allington Road, Little Barford,
P.O. Box 62702, BelHasa Buildg., Off. 206
ST. Neots, Cambs, PE19 6WE
Deira, Dubai, UAE
United Kingdom
T +971 4 269 3266
T +44 1480 211262
F +971 4 269 3265
F +44 1480 211909
M +971 50 6504082
info-uk@gantner.com
info-me@gantner.com
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www.gantner.com
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