GAT Lock 6010 B
GAT Lock 6010 B
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Battery-Operated LEGIC Locker Lock
Installation and Operation
Document Version 1.5
GAT LOCK 6010 B
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Important: Before commencing installation, commissioning, putting into service and before
any maintenance work is carried out, it is essential that the relevant warning and safety
instructions in this manual are read!
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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 either 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. We will make every effort to resolve the problem as quickly
as possible.
11. GANTNER Electronic GmbH accepts no responsibility for any injuries or damage caused as a
result of improper use.
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12. Although every care is taken and we are continuously aiming for improvement, we cannot exclude
completely the possibility of 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.
13. Should you discover any fault with the product or in its accompanying documentation, or have any
suggestions for improvement, you may confidently approach either your customer adviser or
GANTNER Electronic GmbH directly.
14. However, even if you just want to tell us that everything has functioned perfectly, we still look
forward to hearing from you.
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
Montafonerstrasse 8
A - 6780 Schruns/Austria
Phone: +43 5556 73784 - 442
Fax: +43 5556 73784 - 8020
E-Mail: info.leisure@gantner.com
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Contents
CONTENTS
1.
Introduction ...................................................................................................... 9
1.1. System Components ........................................................................................ 9
1.2. Brief Description ............................................................................................. 10
2.
Installation ...................................................................................................... 11
2.1. Conditions of Use ........................................................................................... 11
2.2. Locker Features ............................................................................................. 11
2.3. Reading Ranges ............................................................................................ 12
2.4. Orientation of the GAT Lock 6010 B .............................................................. 15
2.5. Installation Instructions ................................................................................... 17
2.6. Installation Procedure..................................................................................... 22
2.7. Transportation ................................................................................................ 24
3.
Start-Up ........................................................................................................... 25
3.1. Insert Battery .................................................................................................. 25
3.2. Configuration .................................................................................................. 25
4.
Operation ........................................................................................................ 27
4.1. General .......................................................................................................... 27
4.2. Operation Modes ............................................................................................ 27
4.3. Summary of System Data Carriers ................................................................. 32
4.4. Summary of the LED States ........................................................................... 35
5.
Service and Maintenance............................................................................... 37
5.1. Changing the Battery ..................................................................................... 37
6.
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................. 41
6.1. Error Display .................................................................................................. 41
6.2. Error Description ............................................................................................ 41
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Technical Data ................................................................................................ 43
7.1. Power Supply ................................................................................................. 43
7.2. Reader/Write Field ......................................................................................... 43
7.3. Memory and Electronics ................................................................................. 43
7.4. Control and Display Elements ........................................................................ 43
7.5. Interfaces ....................................................................................................... 43
7.6. Housing .......................................................................................................... 44
7.7. Environmental Conditions .............................................................................. 44
7.8. Dimensions .................................................................................................... 44
8.
Spare Parts and Accessories ........................................................................ 45
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Introduction
1.
INTRODUCTION
1.1.
System Components
Figure 1.1 – System components of the GAT Lock 6010 B
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Introduction
1.2.
Brief Description
The GAT Lock 6010 B is a battery-operated, electronic locker lock with non®
contact locking and opening authorisation between the lock and LEGIC data
carriers. In this connection, the term RFID systems is used.
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Thanks to the GAT Lock 6010 B, one single LEGIC data carrier can be used
not only for entry and payment, but also for locking and unlocking clothes
lockers most conveniently and without the need for a mechanical key.
The GAT Lock 6010 B can be installed in all the usual types of lockers (e.g.
clothes lockers, safe deposit boxes, compartment lockers) made of wood, metal
or plastic.
For optical signalling there is a multi-coloured LED next to the button which
lights up and flashes in different colours (green, yellow or red).
The last 50 actions are stored as bookings in the GAT Lock 6010 B. Bookings
can be read out via a serial interface (RS 232), e.g. from a PC or laptop.
An integrated real-time clock makes it possible to take the expiry data on the
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LEGIC data carriers for locking and unlocking the GAT Lock 6010 B into
account, depending on the configuration of the GAT Lock 6010 B.
The life-time of the internal battery is limited to 18,000 operation cycles.
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2.
INSTALLATION
2.1.
Conditions of Use
The GAT Lock 6010 B has been developed for use in the leisure sector as a
lock that is mounted into lockers like clothes lockers or valuables lockers. It can
be used in lockers with metallic doors (plate doors) or non metallic doors.
Attentions please the environmental conditions for temperature, humidity etc.,
and see chapter "7. Technical Data".
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2.2.
Cleaning the GAT Lock 6010 B with a high-preasure cleaner is not
permitted. Pay attention to the protective type in the technical data.
Locker Features
The GAT Lock 6010 B is suitable for locker doors made of metal and nonmetallic materials with a door leaf thickness of between 11 mm (0.45 inch) and
22 mm (0.87 inch).
The width of the locker door, where the GAT Lock 6010 B is mounted on, may
not be lower than a certain value because this could cause problems when
opening and closing the door (streaking of the GAT Lock 6010 B at the body of
the locker). The minimum value for the door width, given in Figure 2.1, is a reference value which depends on the hinges used (see also "2.5 Installation
Instructions").
Figure 2.1 - Minimal door width
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2.3.
Reading Ranges
A GAT Lock 6010 B reads contactless data carriers via an RF field for
identification. The button of the lock is pressed with the data carrier in order to
activate the RF field. The range of the reading field depends on the thickness of
the locker door, on the door material, the type of data carrier and the diameter
of the button drilling in the locker door. If the reading range is too low, due to an
inauspicious combination of these factors, no reading is possible anymore.
Figure 2.2 - Reading range and drilling diameter for non-metallic doors
Figure 2.3 - Reading range and drilling diameter for metallic doors
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Note:
The reading range is reading from the button shaft. The drilling in the
locker door and the button shaft must be centred (see also Figure
2.11 in the section "2.5 Installation Instructions"), otherwise the
following specification is not valid.
2.3.1. Non-Metallic Doors
For non-metallic doors the following reading ranges are valid for the different
data carriers:
• ISO-Karte (z.B. GAT Chip Card 200 B):
approx. 35 mm (1.4 inch)
• GANTNER wristlet GAT Chip Band 50 B: approx. 22 mm (0.9 inch)
• KABA elolegic key:
approx. 5 mm (0.2 inch)
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Attention: Don’t use metallic or metal-coated number labels (see
Figure 2.12) or else the reading range will be decreased to the same
reading ranges and restrictions as for metallic doors!
2.3.2. Metallic Doors
The actual reading ranges at metallic doors depend on many factors like the
adjustment of the antenna, tolerances of data carriers, mounting accuracy, etc..
The more the shaft of the lock sticks out of the door the higher the reading
range can be. Reference values for the reading ranges of different locker door
thicknesses and drilling diameters are shown in the diagrams in Figure 2.4.
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In any case a test installation is must be made in order to test the
reading range. The GAT Lock 6010 B must be able read the used
data carriers without any problem.
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Figure 2.4 -Reference values of reading ranges at metallic doors
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2.4.
Orientation of the GAT Lock 6010 B
When installing the GAT Lock 6010 B, special care must be taken with the
alignment of the lock. This must be aligned differently depending on whether the
locker door opens on the left or the right. For left-hand doors, the LED points
downwards and the battery compartment to the right (viewed from the front).
For right-hand doors, the LED points upwards and the battery compartment
downwards (viewed from the front).
Figure 2.5 – Installation for left-hand and right-hand doors, shown here from the front
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Conversion for left-hand and right-hand doors can be carried out easily by
following the steps below (see also Figure 2.5).
1.) Lift the control mechanism and 2.) Turn the control mechanism and
electronics with the button or
electronics through 90° in the
button shaft out of the base as far
corresponding direction.
as possible.
Arrangement for right-hand door
3.) Replace the control mechanism 4.) Thus the GAT Lock 6010 B has
and electronics in the base.
now been turned and prepared for
the door opening on the other side.
Arrangement for left-hand door
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2.5.
Installation Instructions
No cabling is necessary, because it is battery operated. The GAT Lock 6010 B
is attached to the wall of the door using four screws.
Recommended screws:
• For steel doors: Cheese head screws M5 x 35 mm (1.4 inch)
• For wooden or HPL doors: woodscrews ABC Spax 5 x 35 mm (1.4 inch)
• For wooden or HPL doors under heavy-duty loads or in public areas: screwin muffs or glue-in muffs M5 with pan-head screws M5 x 35 mm (1.4 inch)
The maximum diameter of the screw head may be 9 mm (0.35 inch).
In the case of sheet metal doors, 4 drill holes including M5 thread have to be
made. In the case of wooden and HPL doors, notches have to be made in the 4
hole positions and in the case of harder doors, where the screws cannot be
screwed in easily, the holes have to be pre-drilled.
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The drill holes for the screws must not be drilled completely through
the door!
For the button of the GAT Lock 6010 B a hole must be drilled in the locker door.
The recommended diameter for this hole is 23 mm (0.9 inch).
At metallic doors the drilling diameter has an influence on the reading range for
the data carriers (see "2.3. Reading Ranges") and also the pay attention that
the drilling and the button is centred (see next pages).
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Check that there is no pressure applied to the button shaft of the
GAT Lock 6010 B in assembled state, e.g. by a part of the locker
door or a front label! This could lead to malfunction of the GAT Lock
6010 B.
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Figure 2.6 - Drill hole measurements
2.5.1. Mounting on Non-Metallic Doors
Figure 2.7 - Drilling hole plan for left-hand locker door
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Figure 2.8 - Drilling hole plan for right-hand locker door
Note re. A :
Care must be taken during installation to make sure that the GAT Lock 6010 B
does not brush against the body of the locker when the door is opened. The
distance of 4 mm (0.16 inch) given between the lock housing and the body of
the locker is valid for a distance door pivot <-> centre of the button greater 240
mm (9.45 inch) and a distance door pivot <-> lock base surface (installation
surface) smaller 20 mm (0.79 inch) (also negative). In the case of doors that do
not adhere to these measurements or with doors with a changeable pivot
(depending on the kind of hinge used), the distance between the lock and the
body of the locker has to be enlarged or recalculated.
Note re. B :
To increase break-in protection, a safety bolt has to be mounted on the body of
the locker which enters the door leaf when the door is closed.
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2.5.2. Mounting on Metallic Doors
When the GAT Lock 6010 B is mounted on metal doors it must be mounted with
corresponding distance to the locker door (Mounting bridge).
Figure 2.9 - Mounting the GAT Lock 6010 B onto a metal locker door (principal drawing)
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When the GAT Lock 6010 B is mounted on double metallic locker doors it can
be mounted directly onto the door.
Figure 2.10 - Mounting the GAT Lock 6010 B onto a double-walled metal locker door
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The GAT Lock 6010 B always has to be mounted parallel to the
locker door!
The following points must be considered:
• The control mechanics and electronics of the GAT Lock 6010 B must rest
completely on the door or the mounting ridge.
• The diameter of the button hole in the door has an influence on the reading
range and therefore it must be large enough to guarantee a secure reading of
the data carriers at the GAT Lock 6010 B (see "2.3. Reading Ranges").
• Furthermore the hole and the button have to be centred. Otherwise the
reading range for reading data carriers at the GAT Lock 6010 B will be
decreased.
Figure 2.11 - Adjustment of the drilling in the door and button of the GAT Lock 6010 B
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2.6.
Installation Procedure
The GAT Lock 6010 B must be installed in the following order, while considering
also the previous sections:
1.)
2.)
3.)
4.)
5.)
6.)
Mark drill holes.
Drill hole for button.
If necessary, drill holes for fastening the housing in place and cut threads
(see "2.5 Installation Instructions").
Screw the housing of the GAT Lock 6010 B in place using four fastening
screws (see Figure 2.12).
Insert screw caps.
Stick number label and instruction label on the door (see Figure 2.13).
Attention: Don’t use metallic number labels or else the reading range will
be decreased to the same reading range and restrictions as for metallic
doors (see "2.3. Reading Ranges").
Figure 2.12 - Attachment of the GAT Lock 6010 B
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Figure 2.13 - Attachment of the number label and the instruction label
Note:
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Make sure the battery compartment can be opened easily and that
no other parts hinder the battery compartment being swung in and
out.
Before the first lockers are built in series, a trial lock installation must
be carried out!
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2.7.
Transportation
The locker locks GAT Lock 6010 B may be installed at the manufacturer of the
lockers and the lockers will then be transported to the site, where they are
installed and put into operation.
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The batteries must be inserted into the GAT Lock 6010 B after the
transportation, i.e. after the lockers are installed on site! If the
batteries would be in the locks during transportation, the batteries
could get empty and so the lockers cannot be opened anymore.
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Start-Up
3.
START-UP
3.1.
Insert Battery
Before putting the GAT Lock 6010 B into operation, make sure there is a battery
inserted in the battery compartment. Otherwise insert a battery (see "5.1
Changing the Battery").
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3.2.
The batteries must be inserted into the GAT Lock 6010 B after the
transportation, i.e. after the lockers are installed on site!
Configuration
Each GAT Lock 6010 B can be configured individually using a configuration
device (PC, laptop). This configuration is a one-off operation. During
configuration, the following data are imported into the GAT Lock 6010 B:
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System number
Sub-system number
Locker number
GAT Lock 6010 B mode ("Free Locker" or "Rental Cabin", see "4.2 Operation
Modes")
• Category of Free Locker ("Locker 1" or "Locker 2")
• Date and time
• Unique numbers of the master data carriers
Note: The master data carriers can also be directly programmed into a lock.
Because of efficiency reasons, it is recommended to programme the data
carriers into the locks with the use of a PC-software (e.g. the GAT Config
Manager software from GANTNER Electronic GmbH).
After the configuration of the first lock, carry out a test whether the master
data carriers and the normal data carriers are recognised correctly.
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The GAT Lock 6010 B doesn’t set the daylight saving time
automatically! This has to be considered when authorising data
carriers with validity date!
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3.2.1. Procedure
1.) Connect the battery compartment to the configuration device (PC, laptop)
using the programming cable.
2.) Press the button as far as it will go using the Service Data Carrier and keep
it pressed for about 1 second. Or use your finger to press the button as far
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as it will go, keep it pressed and hold the LEGIC data carrier in front of the
button for around 1 second at the same time. The LED will begin to flash red
and green alternately. The GAT Lock 6010 B is now in the service mode and
the Service Data Carrier can be removed again.
3.) Now the GAT Lock 6010 B can be configured using the service tool. A
detailed description of the configuration can be found in the online help of
the service tool.
4.) Then remove the cable. The configuration procedure has now been
completed.
Figure 3.1 – Configuration environment
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4.
OPERATION
4.1.
General
The GAT Lock 6010 B can be operated in the functions "Free Locker" (free
selection of a locker) or "Rental Cabin" (up to 32 data carriers at one lock). With
Free Locker the customer can choose any locker he wants to use. With Rental
Cabin function a certain locker is assigned to the customer.
When using Free Lockers and Personal Lockers in one system the locker
numbers must be unique for both functions, which means that the same locker
number may not be used for both, a Personal Locker and a Free Locker.
To save battery power, the GAT Lock 6010 B is deactivated in its normal state.
For this reason, the electronics must be activated before identification or
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operation can take place using a LEGIC data carrier. This is done by pressing
the button in completely.
4.2.
Operation Modes
The GAT Lock 6010 B can be operated in the following operation modes:
- Free Locker mode
- Rental Cabin mode
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Requirements for LEGIC data carriers:
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The LEGIC data carriers, which are used in the different operation modes,
must fulfil the specifications indicated in the following table.
Requirements for LEGIC® data carriers
Operation mode
Free Locker
GANTNER locker segment on the data carrier.
Rental Cabin mode
GANTNER locker segment on the data carrier.
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Table 4.1 - Requirements for LEGIC data carriers
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4.2.1. Free Locker Mode
With the Free Locker mode, the customer has the possibility of choosing a
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vacant locker and locking this using his LEGIC data carrier. Once the locker
has been locked, no further lockers can be occupied by the user. It is only once
the same locker has been reopened that the customer can use another locker.
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Only one locker can be locked at the same time by each LEGIC data carrier.
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The locker can only be opened using the same LEGIC data carrier that was
used to lock it.
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In the case of LEGIC data carriers that have an expiry date, this date is
checked by the GAT Lock 6010 B. If this date has passed, the locker will not be
locked. Pay attention that the GAT Lock 6010 B doesn´t set the daylight saving
time automatically.
Furthermore, the GAT Lock 6010 B can be defined either as Locker 1 or as
Locker 2. In this case, it is possible for each data carrier to lock one locker each
of the categories "Locker 1" and "Locker 2" at the same time (example
application: Locker 1 = locker for clothes in a changing room, Locker 2 = locker
for the valuables).
Note:
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In Free Locker mode, specially coded LEGIC data carriers have to
be used. A GANTNER locker segment has to be on the data carrier.
Locking and Unlocking Lockers
1.) Hold the locker door pressed shut with one hand.
2.) Press the button of the GAT Lock 6010 B as far as it will go using the
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LEGIC data carrier and keep it pressed for about 1 second.
 The information on the data carrier will be read.
3.) a) Valid data carrier: The LED will light up green briefly. The action (locking,
unlocking) is carried out.
b) Invalid data carrier: The LED will light up red briefly. The GAT Lock 6010
B is switched off again without an action being carried out.
 Possible reason: Another locker has already been locked with the
used data carrier. In this case the other locker must first be unlocked
before the data carrier can be used at the new locker.
4.) Release the locker door.
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4.2.2. Rental Cabin Mode
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At the check-in the customer receives a LEGIC data carrier with GANTNER
locker segment. The customer’s personnel locker number together with the
validity date will be written onto that data carrier. On identification at his locker
(cabin etc.) the unique number of the data carrier and the validity date will be
stored in the lock. Then the customer can lock and unlock it’s locker any time as
long as the validity date is not reached or exceeded.
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Pay attention that the GAT Lock 6010 B doesn´t set the daylight saving
time automatically. This is to be considered when setting the validity
date.
Up to 32 persons can be authorized for one locker. The data carriers of those
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persons must all have the same validity date. If a new LEGIC data carrier with
a new validity date will be programmed for an already occupied (rented) locker
and an identification with that data carrier takes place at the corresponding GAT
Lock 6010 B, all previously saved data carriers in that lock will be deleted. This
means that those data carriers loose their authorizations for that lock. Up to 32
new data carriers can now be authorized respectively saved in the lock.
The GAT Lock 6010 B can be configured differently, so that the storage of the
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LEGIC data carrier in the lock shall be possible only if the locker is opened or
also if the locker is locked. Furthermore it is possible to define if a locker can be
opened after the validity date was exceeded or if not.
If the programming data carrier is read at a GAT Lock 6010 B with Rental Cabin
function, all data carriers, that were stored in the lock, will be deleted. This
means that no previously authorised data carrier can open the locker anymore.
This function is intended for example for the case a data carrier is lost.
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Authorisation of a LEGIC Data Carrier
1.)
Hold the locker door pressed shut with one hand.
2.)
Press the button of the GAT Lock 6010 B as far as it will go using the
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LEGIC data carrier and keep the button pressed for about 1 second.
 The information on the data carrier is read. The locker number on the
data carrier must be the same as the locker number of the lock.
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3.)
If the data carrier is valid, the LED will light up green briefly.
 The unique number of the data carrier and the validity date, if it is older
than the one stored in the lock, will be transferred to the lock and
stored there. The locker number and the validity date will be deleted on
the data carrier.
 The state of the locker will be toggled when transferring and storing the
information from the data carrier in the lock. This means that if the
locker is open, it will be locked and if it is locked, it will be unlocked so
It can be opened.
4.)
Release the locker door.
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The LEGIC data carrier must be kept in front of the button until the
locking resp. Unlocking is done. Don’t remove the data carrier too
early.
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After transferring the unique number and validity date from a LEGIC data
carrier this data carrier can also be used at all "Free Locker" lockers ( Locker 1
and Locker 2) without restriction.
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1.)
Hold the locker door pressed shut with one hand.
2.)
Press the button of the GAT Lock 6010 B as far as it will go using a
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previously authorized LEGIC data carrier and keep the button pressed for
about 1 second.
 The information on the data carrier will be read. The unique number of
the data carrier will be compared with the numbers stored in the lock.
The validity date will also be checked.
3.)
a) Unique number and validity date are valid.
The locker state changes which means it will be locked or unlocked
depending on the previously state of the GAT Lock 6010 B.
b) Invalid data carrier:
The LED will light up red briefly and the GAT Lock 6010 B is switched
off again without an action being carried out.
5.)
Release the locker door.
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On the day of the validity date no authorisation is given anymore. There is no
unlimited validity date, i.e. the validity date must be a valid date (not "0").
Note:
After the rent duration the locker resp. cabin must be checked.
Because maybe the previous customer hasn’t cleaned the locker or
took all his belongings, but a new renting of the locker is already
possible.
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Locking (Deleting) the LEGIC Data Carriers from a Lock
By deleting the data carriers in a GAT Lock 6010 B with Rental Cabin function,
these data carriers will be invalid for that lock. It’s only possible to delete all data
carriers at once.
1.) Press the button of the GAT Lock 6010 B as far as it will go using the
programming data carrier and keep it pressed for about 1 second.
 The information on the data carrier will be read.
2.) The GAT Lock 6010 B changes into the Programming mode.
 At first the LED will light up green briefly and then, during the
Programming mode is active, the LED will begin to flash green and red
alternately.
3.) Remove the programming data carrier from the GAT Lock 6010 B.
4.) Within the next 5 seconds hold the programming data carrier again to the
button of the GAT Lock 6010 B.
 If the reading was successful, the LED flashes red briefly three times
and after that the GAT Lock 6010 B is switched off. All data carriers are
deleted out of the GAT Lock 6010 B. Therefore they are no longer
authorized to unlock the locker.
5.) Release the locker door.
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4.3.
Summary of System Data Carriers
For the start-up and maintenance of the battery-operated lock several data
carriers are necessary. These data carriers are shipped together with the GAT
Lock 6010 B in form of key tags with identification labels of different colours.
Figure 4.1 – System data carriers for the GAT Lock 6010 B
The available system data carriers are listed below.
- Master data carrier (3 pieces, red)
- Programming data carrier (black)
- Battery data carrier (blue)
!
- Reset data carrier (green)
- Service data carrier (yellow)
- Blocking data carrier (yellow, optional),
The system data carriers are system-dependent and therefore work
only at the respective system (fitness club, public bath, etc.).
4.3.1. Master Data Carrier
A master data carrier is used to open and lock all the locks in a system. If a
®
LEGIC data carrier should be lost, emergency opening of the corresponding
locker can be carried out using a master data carrier.
Three master data carriers are supplied per system. These are only valid for the
respective system.
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If a master data carrier should be lost, a new master data carrier can be ordered
from GANTNER Electronic GmbH. Before the new master data carrier is used,
the "old" master data carrier has to be deleted from GAT Lock 6010 B first (the
number of a master data carrier is stored in the lock the first time the master
data carrier is used). This is carried out using the reset data carrier. The
following procedure has to be followed:
1.)
Hold the locker door pressed shut with one hand.
2.)
Press the button of the GAT Lock 6010 B using a reset data carrier and
keep it pressed for approx. 1 second.
 The information on the reset data carrier will be read.
3.)
The LED flashes red briefly five times.
 All master data carriers have been deleted from the lock. Next the LED
starts flashing green and red alternately. The new master data carriers
can now be programmed into the lock.
4.)
Within the next 5 seconds press the button of the GAT Lock 6010 B with
the new master data carrier.
 As soon as the data carrier is recognised correctly the LED will light up
green for 3 seconds. Remove the master data carrier and the LED will
start flashing green and red alternately.
5.)
Repeat step 4 until all three master data carriers are programmed.
!
The system operator has to guarantee the safe and secure storage
of the master data carrier!
4.3.2. Programming Data Carrier
The programming data carrier is used to program the GAT Lock 6010 B and to
authorise data carriers in the Rental Cabin mode or to delete the existing
programming and authorisations.
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4.3.3. Battery Data Carrier
After a battery replacement the GAT Lock 6010 B is in the Battery Replacement
mode and it has to be set back to the normal operation mode by using a battery
data carrier. The internal action counter is set to zero when the battery data
carrier is used. With a battery change of a GAT Lock 6010 B in Rental Cabin
mode the authorisations in the lock will not be deleted.
4.3.4. Reset Data Carrier
The rest data carrier is used to delete all the master data carriers stored in a
GAT Lock 6010 B.
4.3.5. Service Data Carrier
The service data carrier is used to set the GAT Lock 6010 B to communication
mode. In this mode the GAT Lock 6010 B is configured via a PC or Laptop.
4.3.6. Blocking Data Carrier
After using this data carrier at a GAT Lock 6010 B the lock respectively the
corresponding locker can only be opened with a master data carrier. With the
blocking data carrier no unlocking and opening of a locker is possible.
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4.4.
Summary of the LED States
LED
State
Meaning
Free
Locker
mode
Rental
Cabin
mode
Possible actions
green
1x short
flash
Valid LEGIC®
data carrier has
been read
X
X
Locking/unlocking
possible
green
2 x flash
Battery
replacement
completed
X
X
GAT Lock 6010 B
is again ready for
operation
red
5 x flash
All master data
carriers have been
deleted from the
GAT Lock 6010 B
X
X
New data carriers
can be programmed in the GAT
Lock 6010 B.
orange
1x short
flash
After the button
has been
pressed in
X
X
Electronics are
switched on, GAT
Lock 6010 B is
ready for use
red +
green
alternate
flashes
Start-up - service
mode
X
X
Ready for
configuration
red
1x brief
flash
Invalid LEGIC®
data carrier
X
X
GAT Lock 6010 B
is switched off
without action,
failed attempt at
authorisation,
replace LEGIC®
data carrier
red
2 x flash
every 5
seconds
Battery almost
empty
X
X
Battery change is
necessary
green
1 x flash
Locker is blocked
X
X
Only at GAT Lock
6010 B, function
in all modes
Table 4.2 - Summary of the LED states
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Service and Maintenance
5.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
5.1.
Changing the Battery
The battery of a GAT Lock 6010 B is dimensioned for approx. 18,000 locking
cycles (with standard usage, +20 °C and within the permitted environmental
conditions listed in the technical data in this manual). After this period the
battery will be empty and must be replaced with a new one. If the battery gets
too weak, the locker can no longer be locked and in this case the LED of the
GAT Lock 6010 B will flash red twice every 5 seconds.
!
A 6V lithium battery 2CR5 must be used for the GAT Lock 6010 B.
The market offers several batteries of that type. But not every
battery of that type can be used. Only use one of the following
batteries:
- Manufacturer: Panasonic, Typ 2CR5
- Manufacturer: Ansmann, Typ 2CR5
- Manufacturer: Sanyo, Typ Y-PC-2CR5-I
- Manufacturer: Duracell, Typ 2CR5
Battery replacement must not take longer than 2 minutes as otherwise the time
and date set in the GAT Lock 6010 B are lost. In this case, the time and date
have to be reset using the PC (see "3.2 Configuration").
!
The batteries must be inserted into the GAT Lock 6010 B after the
transportation, i.e. after the lockers are installed on site.
Replacement is only possible using a special battery compartment key (see
Figure 5.1). The battery compartment key has to be kept in a safe place.
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Figure 5.1 – Opening the battery compartment
!
Make sure of the correct polarity and correct position when inserting
the battery!
Figure 5.2 – Battery insertion, view from above
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5.1.1. Procedure
1.)
Unlock the battery compartment using the battery compartment key and
swing the cover open.
2.)
Remove the old battery and insert a new one in such a way that the fixing
strip can be heard to snap into place.
!
The battery has to be inserted with the contacts to the front of the
battery compartment first. Make sure the polarity and position of the
battery is correct (see Figure 5.2 and Figure 5.3).
3.)
Close the battery compartment again until it can be heard to click into
place.
4.)
Hold the locker door pressed shut.
5.)
Press the button for approx. 1 second using a battery data carrier.
6.)
The system will flash green twice briefly. From this moment onwards, the
GAT Lock 6010 B can be used again.
7.)
Release the locker door.
!
Do not dispose batteries with domestic waste!
 Dispose batteries in an eco-friendly way, i.e. through a
municipal battery collecting box.
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Troubleshooting
6.
TROUBLESHOOTING
6.1.
Error Display
If there is a problem with the GAT Lock 6010 B, this is indicated by the LED
which will flash red in this case.
6.2.
Error Description
Description:
LED flashes red twice (every 5 seconds).
Error:
Battery is weak.
Solving the error: Replace battery (see "5.1 Changing the Battery").
Description:
Error:
GAT Lock 6010 B cannot be locked (Free Locker).
The user is already occupying a locker, the expiry date on
®
the LEGIC data carrier has passed.
Solving the error: Using a GAT Info 6xxx B, the number of the occupied locker
®
can be shown by the LEGIC data carrier. If the user has
already occupied a locker, he can only occupy another
locker once he has opened the original locker again using
®
the LEGIC data carrier.
Description:
GAT Lock 6010 B doesn't respond.
Error:
Battery is empty.
Solving the error: Change the battery (see "5.1 Changing the Battery").
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Technical Data
7.
TECHNICAL DATA
7.1.
Power Supply
Power supply:
Usable battery types:
Battery life-time:
7.2.
Reader/Write Field
Reader Type:
Frequency of read field:
Range of read field:
7.3.
Internal clock:
50 bookings,
data preservation also by battery change
Quartz-controlled real time clock
Control and Display Elements
Control element:
Display element:
7.5.
®
LEGIC
13.56 MHz
10 to 35 mm, according to the installation and used data carrier
Memory and Electronics
EEPROM:
7.4.
6 V battery 2CR5
- Manufacturer: Panasonic, Typ 2CR5
- Manufacturer: Ansmann, Typ 2CR5
- Manufacturer: Sanyo, Typ Y-PC-2CR5-I
- Manufacturer: Duracell, Typ 2CR5
typical 18,000 cycles at +20 °C,
equals approx. 3 years
Button
3-colour LED (red / green / orange) for
signalling of operating states
Interfaces
Configuration interface type:
Baudrate:
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7.6.
Housing
Material:
Housing colour:
7.7.
Environmental Conditions
Permitted ambient temperature:
Protection type:
Protection class:
Weight:
Environment class based on VDS 2110:
7.8.
Plastic (PC-ABS), halogen-free
Dark grey
0°C to +60°C
IP 52
III
0.2 kg
II (conditions in indoor areas)
Dimensions
Figure 7.1 – Dimensions of the GAT Lock 6010 B for right-hand door
Figure 7.2 – Dimensions of the GAT Lock 6010 B for left-hand door
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Spare Parts and Accessories
8.
SPARE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
• GAT Lock 6010 B (without battery)
Part no.: 728989
• Battery 6V Lithium 2CR5
Part no.: 125273
• GAT Lock 6x00 B Master Data Carrier
Part. no.: 182377
• GAT Lock Basic Set 6000 B
Part no.: 182781
includes: - GAT Lock 6x00 B Service Data Carrier
- GAT Lock 6x00 B Programming Data Carrier
- GAT Lock 6x00 B Reset Data Carrier
- GAT Lock 6x00 B Battery Data Carrier
- GAT Lock 6x00 B Blocking Data Carrier
- GAT Lock 6x00 B Programming Cable
- GAT Battery Key
• GAT Lock 6x00B Battery Key
Part no.: 128276
• GAT Key Tag 100 B key tags
Part no.: 580417
• GAT Chip Card 200 B
Part no.: 260715
• GAT Lock 6x00 B instruction label
Part. no.: 154881
• GAT Lock 6x00 B stick number label, without number
Part. no.: 154780
• GAT Lock 6x00 B stick number label, with number
Part. no.: 146377
Note:
This manual is valid as of July 19th, 2011. It is subject to change,
amendments and changes can be made without prior notice at any time.
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