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VertX EVO
™
V1000
Installation Guide
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Document Number: 71000-901 Rev A.1
VertX EVO V1000 Installation Guide
Contents
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................. 3
Parts List .......................................................................................................................................... 3
Product Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 3
Cable Specifications ........................................................................................................................ 3
Overview ...................................................................................................................................................... 4
Step 1
Step 2
Connect ........................................................................................................................................ 5
1.1
What you need before getting started ................................................................................... 5
1.2
V1000 .................................................................................................................................... 5
1.3
Mounting Instructions ............................................................................................................ 5
1.4
Wiring VertX EVO.................................................................................................................. 6
Contact ......................................................................................................................................... 9
2.1
Discovery Client..................................................................................................................... 9
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.2
Step 3
Virtual Port........................................................................................................................... 10
Configure ................................................................................................................................... 10
3.1
VertX Communications........................................................................................................ 10
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
Step 4
Installation ................................................................................................................................ 9
Use ........................................................................................................................................... 9
Configuration GUI Login ......................................................................................................... 10
Basic Network Setup .............................................................................................................. 10
Host Communication Setup .................................................................................................... 10
Confirmation ........................................................................................................................... 11
Communicate............................................................................................................................. 11
Appendices................................................................................................................................................ 12
Trouble-shooting ............................................................................................................................ 12
System Status....................................................................................................................................... 12
Supplemental Configuration.................................................................................................................. 12
Configure .............................................................................................................................................. 12
System Time......................................................................................................................................... 12
Update System ..................................................................................................................................... 12
Battery Replacement ............................................................................................................................ 13
Network Defaults Jumper...................................................................................................................... 13
Firewall........................................................................................................................................... 14
Contact Information.................................................................................................................................. 14
Regulatory ................................................................................................................................................. 15
Configuration Checklist - Static .............................................................................................................. 16
VertX Installation Worksheet ...................................................................................................................A1
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Introduction
HID’s VertX EVO open platform is flexible and scalable to permit economic and high performance access control
solutions for a wide range of applications. The VertX EVO V1000 interconnects through different sub-networks and
protocols to a standard TCP/IP network with the capability of a variety of applications.
For example, the VertX EVO Access Controllers are a cost-effective method for two-way communication using Ethernet
between a computer and a V1000. In addition, the VertX EVO V1000 communicates through a RS-232 serial port and
multi-drop RS-485 ports.
Parts List
Description
Quantity
VertX EVO™ units (one of the following):
- Lithium Battery
1 V1000 used with
any combination of
(up to 32) interface
panels.
1
- Mounting screws
4
- 2.2K EOL resistors
8 ea V1000
- Quick Installation Guide
1
- Installation Wiring Diagram Example
1
V1000 (Access Controller)
Note: Each VertX EVO controller has a plastic base and is covered with a plastic lid.
Note: One or more VertX Interface panels are required when installing a VertX EVO V1000 controller.
Product Specifications
Description
Specification
Power Supply
12-24VDC
Maximum Current at 12-24VDC per Unit
1 Amp
Average Operating Current at 12VDC
210mA
Operating Temperature Range
32°-120°F (0°- 49°C)
Humidity
5% to 85% non-condensing
SD Card
Reserved for Future Use
USB Port
Reserved for Future Use
Cable Specifications
Cable Type
Length
Specification
RS-485 *
4000 feet (1220 m) to host
Using Belden 3105A, 22AWG twisted pair, shielded 100 cable, or
equivalent.
Input Circuits *
500 feet (150 m)
2-conductor, shielded, using ALPHA 1292C (22AWG) or Alpha 2421C
(18AWG), or equivalent.
Output Circuits *
500 feet (150 m)
2-conductor, using ALPHA 1172C (22AWG) or Alpha 1897C (18AWG),
or equivalent.
Wiegand
Ethernet
Power Supply
12-24 VDC IN
500 feet (150 m) to reader
ALPHA 1299C, 22AWG, 9-conductor, stranded, overall shield.
Fewer conductors needed if all control lines are not used.
328 feet (100 m)
Cat5, Cat5E, and Cat6
----
Refer to your Power Supply Installation Guide.
* Minimum wire gauge depends on cable length and current requirements.
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Overview
The following outlines what is required to install VertX EVO controllers.
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Step 1
1.1
Connect
What you need before getting started
Prior to starting the installation, completely read this guide.
Reference the Configuration Checklist, page 15, and gather the information before proceeding with these instructions.
CAUTION: VertX controllers and panels are sensitive to Electrostatic Discharges (ESD). Observe precautions
while handling the circuit board assembly by using proper grounding straps and handling precautions at all
times.
1.2
1.3
V1000
1.
Verify the battery jumper is installed in the ON position, P10
connector.
2.
If installing a V1000 - Verify the RS-485 termination jumper is
in the Out position when there are no panels attached to the
port. If there are downstream interface panels attached, place
the termination jumper in the In position. The V1000 is shipped
with jumpers in the Out positions
Mounting Instructions
1.
Always mount the controllers and interface panels in a secure
area.
2.
Mount using the four mounting screws (provided) or other
appropriate fasteners. Place the fasteners in the corner holes
of the base.
3.
Stack the VertX EVO devices with or without the cover. Do not remove the plastic base. Position the VertX EVO
devices in such a way as to provide room for wiring, air-flow and cable runs.
CAUTION: Stacking the VertX EVO devices without the cover risks the danger of breaking the LEDS
unless spacers are used for separation.
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1.4
Wiring VertX EVO
Warning: VertX EVO V1000 is a NON-PoE device. DO NOT connect J1 (Ethernet port) to a PoE
capable port. This applies to both direct PoE Power Sourcing Equipment (Endspan PSE) and
PoE injector (Midspan PSE) equipment. Not all PSE's correctly detect Non-PoE-capable
devices, and such PSE's may not function as expected when connected to Non-PoE
equipment.
Installation Note: Carefully peel the attached Warning Label from the bottom of the unit and
leave the label attached to the unit's cover for future reference.
CAUTION: Connectors on the VertX EVO devices are positioned to be mirror images and are not
interchangeable once the installation is complete. Therefore, you cannot unplug a connector from
one side and plug it into the corresponding connector on the other side.
1.
Network Connection: Connect the VertX EVO V1000 to the network using a standard Cat5
network patch cable. Connect one end of the Cat5 network patch cable to the J1 (RJ-45)
connector on the V1000 and the other end to the network connection point (network jack, hub,
switch, or router) on your site.
Note: Two LED lights exist on the RJ-45 connector. The green LED denotes Ethernet Activity
and the yellow LED denotes speed. When the Yellow LED is on, it indicates 100 Mbits per
second. Another LED in-board is a Duplex LED, indicating duplex communications are
available.
2.
3.
Power and Alarm input connections (All VertX EVO units): Connect
power by providing appropriate DC input to the P7 connector.
Appropriate DC input goes to Pin 1 and ground to Pin 2. Batt Fail, AC
Fail, and Tamper switch inputs are wired as shown in the table. Connect
the Bat Fail and AC Fail inputs to battery low/failure and AC failure
contacts provided on the power supply. Connect the Tamper input to a
tamper switch on the enclosure.
RS-485 Connections – The V1000 has
two RS-485 connectors and uses the 10pin connector on P3 and P4. Each RS-485
bus can support a maximum of 16 V100Series panels using one or two ports.
Having two ports on each bus provides the
option of splitting each RS-485 bus into two
physical connections, allowing a total of four
physical connections for the two busses.
RS-485 busses must be connected in a daisy
chain topology and not a star topology.
The V1000 RS-485 termination jumper
should be in the Out position if there are no
panels attached to the port. If there are
downstream panels attached then the
termination jumper should be in the In
position.
Pin #
P7
1
12-24VDC
2
Ground
3
Bat Fail -
4
Bat Fail +
5
AC Fail -
6
AC Fail +
7
Tamper -
8
Tamper +
PCB
Pin #
V1000 P3
(port 1 and 2)
PCB
Pin #
V1000 P4
(port 3 and 4)
1
A
10
A
2
B
9
B
3
Shield
8
Shield
4
Not in use
7
Not in use
5
Not in use
6
Not in use
6
A
5
A
7
B
4
B
8
Shield
3
Shield
9
Not in use
2
Not in use
10
Not in use
1
Not in use
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CAUTION: The V1000 RS-485 Ports 1 & 2 (P3) are a common bus and therefore cannot have panels with
duplicate Interface Addresses assigned. The same is true of the V1000 RS-485, Ports 3 & 4 (P4). For
example, two panels, both with Interface Address 0 (factory default), cannot be connected to Ports 1
and/or 2 (P3).
Wire the RS-485 to the In position only of the P9 terminal block for the V100-Series panel. This is especially
important when the RS-485 communication is in a “daisy chain” configuration. If the RS-485 is wired In and Out,
and power is lost, or the P9 terminal block is unplugged on a V100-Series panel, RS-485 communications will be
lost to downstream V100-Series panels.
4.
Output Connections (VertX EVO V1000) –
All Output connections are used for general purpose controls. The following
table shows where the various outputs are located. Pin numbers shown use the
convention “NO/C/NC”. For example, Output 1, V1000: P14 Pin 3 is NO
(Normally Open,) Pin 4 is C (Common,) and
Pin 5 is NC (Normally Closed).
Note: Relays are dry contact rated for 2Amps @ 30VDC.
Output
number
V1000
1
P14 Pins 3/4/5
2
P11 Pins 3/4/5
CAUTION: Some magnetic locks exhibit both high inrush current when activated and a high
instantaneous break voltage when de-energized due to magnetic field collapse. Use a snubber circuit
across the controlling relay terminals to protect the controlling relay contacts. Go to
support.hidglobal.com, see Solution 891 - How do I wire a High In-Rush Current locking device to
VertX/Edge/Edge Solo?.
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5.
Input Connections – Input connections are analog inputs used for a combination of specific functions such as
Request-to-Exit (REX), Door monitor, etc. They can also be used as general purpose monitoring. Connect one side
of the switch or contact to the + (plus) lead and the other to the – (minus) lead. The following table shows where the
inputs are located. Pin numbers shown on the cover use the convention +/–.
The default REX input configuration is normally open (NO) unsupervised (no EOL resistors).
However, the default door switch (DS) configuration is Normally Closed (NC), unsupervised (no
EOL resistors).
All other input points are defaulted for NO switches and are unsupervised (no EOL resistors).
Any input can be configured as NO or NC, as well as unsupervised or supervised. They can be configured
for supervisory resistors of 1K – 6K Ohm. The setup of supervised inputs should be done during
configuration of the VertX EVO devices through the host.
Example: Input 1, V1000 is: P14 Pin1 is + and Pin 2 is -.
Except for the door monitor, all other inputs
default to NO, unsupervised:
Input number
V1000
1
P14 Pins 1/2
2
P11 Pins 4/3
3
P7 Pins 8/7 - Tamper
4
P7 Pins 6/5 - AC Fail
5
P7 Pins 4/3 - Batt Fail
Supervised inputs can be configured for:
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Step 2
Contact
Contact the VertX controller through two methods.
2.1

Discovery Client (DHCP or Static TCP/IP Configurations Only)

Virtual Port
Discovery Client
The Discovery Client provides a technician with a method of locating all of the VertX controllers that are connected to a
network. Controller information is displayed providing the ability to ‘blink’ the VertX controller Comm LED and configure
the unit by launching a browser pointed at the Configuration GUI of the targeted controller. When the Discovery Client is
launched, a discover command is issued and the Configuration GUI screen is populated with the results. Also provided is
the ability to refresh the Configuration GUI screen on command.
Use this feature when the VertX controllers and network have been installed and are operational, but before the VertX
controller(s) has been configured. At this point, all of the controllers on a network will have the same host name and
unknown IP addresses (assuming a DHCP environment). In this scenario, the only mechanism available to configure a
controller is the serial debug port or by only placing one controller on the network at a time. The Discovery Client
provides an easy to use mechanism to configure controllers.
2.1.1
Installation
An operating system of Windows® XP with .NET Framework v2.0 installed is a requirement for the Discovery Client to
function properly.
2.1.2
1.
The Discovery Client can be downloaded by placing the following path in an Internet browser.
http://www.hidglobal.com/downloads/DiscoveryClient.zip
2.
The File Download dialog will display, click Open
3.
When the contents of the zip file display, double-click setup.exe
4.
If a security warning is received, click Run
5.
From the Discovery Client Welcome page, click Next
6.
Select the Installation folder and who should have access to the Discovery Client, click Next
7.
Confirm the installation location, click Next
8.
Click Close
Use
The following provides information on how to access and use the Discovery Client.
1.
Enable VertX controllers on the network
2.
Click Start > Programs > VertX Tool Box > Discovery GUI to access the Discovery Client
3.
Returned is a list of controllers attached to the network. If there is more than one controller listed, controllers can
be identified using the MAC Address label on the unit
4.
If unsure of a controllers physical location click Blink ON to start the Comm LED blinking on the controller. Note
the name on the button will change to Blink OFF. When verification of the controller is complete, click Blink
OFF
5.
Click Configure Unit to open the Basic Configuration page of that controller
6.
Go to Step 3 Configure, page 10
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2.2
Virtual Port
Contact a VertX controller by directly connecting the computer to the controller using an Ethernet cable. By default, every
controller is configured to respond to a fixed address: 169.254.242.121.
1.
Ensure you are running a Windows 2000 or XP computer
2.
Disconnect your Windows computer from its hub or network
3.
Connect the Windows computer to the controller with an Ethernet cable
4
Using the Windows™ Start button, click Start > Run
5.
Enter ipconfig /renew -- wait for DHCP to timeout (approximately 60 sec). The computer will acquire a
169.254.x.x address
6.
Access a web browser and enter 169.254.242.121 into the Address field. The controller is now accessible
through this Virtual Port
Step 3
Configure
This section describes the communications configuration that enables the controller to communicate with the host
software.
There are two methods of communication possible on a V1000 controller:

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) TCP/IP Addressing

Static TCP/IP Addressing (see Configuration Checklist, page 15 for a list of criteria needed for a Static TCP/IP
configuration)
Enter only the configuration that relates to your sites specific installation.
3.1
VertX Communications
The VertX communications configuration is provided through a browser-based application called the Configuration GUI
(Graphic User Interface).
3.1.1
Configuration GUI Login
The Login screen for that controller displays.
In the User name field, enter admin (leaving the Password field empty). Click OK.
3.1.2
Basic Network Setup
Select the Connection Selection radio button to establish Network connection.
Default network information loads. Before making changes, review the default network information.
Note: Most configurations will not require accessing the Advanced Setup screen.
3.1.2.1
Static Network
If using a Static TCP/IP network, proceed with changes using the information collected on the Configuration Checklist,
page 15.
3.1.2.2
DHCP Network
If using a DHCP TCP/IP network, this information is configured automatically.
3.1.3
Host Communication Setup
Enter the Host Name, and the Here I Am Interval collected on the Configuration Checklist, page 15.
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3.1.3.1
Controller Login Password
During your first instance of accessing the Configuration GUI, you must change the password (located at the bottom of
the screen). Enter a new password, and reenter the password in the second field.
Note: This step is not necessary during any consecutive Configuration GUI sessions. However on consecutive sessions
the password may be changed by the user.
Once configuration changes have been made, click Submit, and the Confirmation page (see 3.1.4 Confirmation, page
11) will display.
3.1.4
Confirmation
Once configuration changes are complete and submitted, the Confirmation screen will display. Verify that the changes
submitted are accurate, and click Save. If the changes submitted are not accurate, click Cancel and adjust the settings
appropriately.
Step 4
Communicate
Now that the controller is connected, contacted and configured, communicate with the controller using the host.
Basic setup is now complete!
Additional trouble-shooting tools are available on the System Status and Supplemental Configuration (page 12)
screens.
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Appendices
Trouble-shooting
System Status
System Status provides a technician with a method of validating the VertX installation, field wiring and installed devices.
Perform the System Status at any time after the VertX controller has been installed and power is available. In addition, a
technician may perform a system status as many times as necessary.
Upon startup, the System Status page will discover all connected and powered V100-Series devices attached to the
controller and displays the inputs, outputs, and host status.
Reference the Legend to determine the meaning of the different images.
By clicking Add Unconfigured you can configure the V1000 for the attached panels and readers. The assumption is that
two readers are attached to any V100 interface panel and that both readers are Wiegand card only. Once the
configuration is complete, the VertX software will refresh.
Once the page refreshes, a Restore Previous button becomes available.
The Restore Previous button enables the technician to use the previously saved configuration.
Supplemental Configuration
Supplemental Configuration provides the ability to view and configure system inputs and outputs.
These buttons provide navigation to the following functionality:
Configure - configure inputs, outputs and door characteristics for a V1000, V100, V200, and V300
System Time - update System Time
Update System – updates the interface boards firmware
Configure
Configure provides the ability to view and modify system inputs and outputs and door characteristics.
Upon successful validation, the Save button will write modified values to the interface panel.
System Time
System Time provides the ability to view and set the date, time, and time zone values on the controller.
Upon initialization, Date, Time, Time Zone and TZ fields will be populated with the current system settings. The date
displayed (non-text box) will be updated approximately every 30 seconds.
The Time Zone field provides a drop-down menu. One of the options in the Time Zone drop-down menu is Custom
Time Zone. If Custom Time Zone is selected, the TZ text box will be enabled. Otherwise, the TZ is associated with the
Time Zone field.
Update System
Update System allows the user to update the firmware on the interface panel. During a download the interface panel
image flashes between grey and yellow. When a download completes the image color changes to green for successful or
red for failure. If the download fails, view a tool tip with the error status code by hovering your mouse over the image in
question.
Initially, all of the interface panels are selected by default to be updated
Note: Depending on the VertX controller and system, it may take several minutes to complete a download.
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Battery Replacement
Do not replace the battery while power is applied to the VertX EVO Controllers. Remove
the cover.
Insert the battery (with the + (positive) side facing upwards) under the prongs, lowering
the opposite side into place. Reinstall the cover.
To remove the battery, remove cover, lift the side opposite from the prongs first and
slide the battery out of place away from the prongs. Reinstall the cover.
Network Defaults Jumper
The Network Defaults Jumper requires that someone with physical access to the V1000, place a jumper over the
Debug port while the controller is rebooting, as detailed below. The controller reconfigures its network settings to the
factory defaults when the jumper is on the Debug port during a reboot. From this point, configuration (or re-configuration)
proceeds normally.
Use the Network Defaults Jumper to correct potential errors in a VertX controllers network configuration.
A jumper is supplied with the V1000, and is located across pins 6 & 8 of the Debug port for safe storage. Replace the
jumper across pins 6 & 8 for safe storage, after restoring network defaults.
1.
Remove the V1000 cover.
2.
Reboot the controller and place the supplied jumper over pins 3 & 5 of the Debug port while the Power LED is
green.
Note: The network reset opportunity occurs for 30 seconds while rebooting the controller.
3.
After 30 seconds, the Power LED flashes green five times, indicating success. When an error occurs, the LED
flashes red five times. In both instances, the LED turns off indicating a power cycle is required.
4.
Remove the jumper, return it to pins 6 & 8 of the Debug port and cycle power. The controller resets in
approximately 60-seconds. Once the reset is complete, the LED returns to green. After the 30-second window,
the LED returns to normal Red state. The controller is fully functional during this time.
CAUTION: During the controller rebooting process, all network configuration information is overwritten
and returned to the original defaults.
5.
Configure the controller for your installation parameters. See 3.1 VertX Communications, page 10.
6.
Replace the V1000 cover.
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Firewall
If the VertX controller is being installed where it communicates through a firewall, then the firewall may need to be
configured to allow TCP data transfer on the specified port(s).
1.
Before starting, ensure that any pop-up blocker software is disabled on the computer.
2.
Open the following ports on the firewall.
 connection_port (4070) TCP outbound. This port must be open on the Host computer.

listen_port (4050) TCP incoming. This port must be open when using selected applications.
If you are not familiar with configuring a firewall for a network, contact the Network/IT administrator or manager.
CAUTION: If the firewall is not configured properly the controller may not communicate with the host.
Contact Information
Americas
HID Global (California, USA)
support:
support.hidglobal.com
sales:
www.hidglobal.com/main/sales
main:
949 732 2000
sales:
800 210 4744
telephone:
800 237 7769
fax number: 949 732 2120
Europe, Middle East and Africa
HID Corporation, Ltd. (Haverhill, UK)
support:
support.hidglobal.com
sales:
www.hidglobal.com/main/sales
telephone:
+44 1440 714 850
fax number: +44 1440 714 840
Asia-Pacific
HID Asia Pacific Ltd. (Hong Kong)
support:
support.hidglobal.com
sales:
www.hidglobal.com/main/sales
telephone:
(852) 3160 9800
fax number: (852) 3160 4809
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Regulatory
All National and local Electrical codes apply.

This equipment is intended to be powered from a limited power source output of a
previously certified power supply.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Class A Digital Devices
FCC Compliance Statement: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class. A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in
which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Canada Class A
CE Mark – Europe (EU)
C-Tick – Australia and New Zealand
VCCI – Japan
NCC--Taiwan
SRRC--China
IDA--Singapore
KCC--Korea
UL Recognized Component (UL294 and UL1076)
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Configuration Checklist - Static
Ensure that the Configuration checklist contents are provided prior to installing a VertX controller with Static TCP/IP.
Note: Advanced setting requirements are shown in gray.
Contact
Name
Email
Phone Number
IT contact
Sales / PM
Hardware
Name
Source
Part Number
Ethernet Cable
Computer with Web Browser
Hub (Optional)
AC Electrical Outlet or Surge Protector (Optional)
Configuration Data
Connection Type
Network (DHCP/Static)
VertX IP Address
.
.
.
Subnet Mask
.
.
.
Default Gateway
.
.
.
Primary DNS Server
.
.
.
Secondary DNS Server
.
.
.
Network Broadcast
.
.
.
Domain Name
VertX Host Name
FTP Enabled
Yes
No
Telnet Enabled
Yes
No
Virtual Port Enabled
Yes
No
Host Addressing (IP Address or Host Name)
.
.
.
OR
Here I Am Interval (sec)
TCP/IP Connection Port
TCP/IP Listen Port
Login Password
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VertX Evo Installation Worksheet
VertX Installation Worksheet
This installation worksheet is provided for you to have a historical record of your system settings. Complete each
appropriate field, and keep this worksheet in a safe location.
Record if the input is wired: 1) N/O or N/C, 2) Unsupervised or Supervised (resistor values), and 3) what type of
device is attached.
Record if output is wired: 1) N/O or N/C and 2) what type of device is attached.
V1000 Information:
Customer Name:
Contact:
Installed Location:
MAC Address:
Hostname:
IP Address:
Tamper:
AC Fail:
Input 1:
Input 2:
BATT Fail:
Relay 1:
Relay 2:
V100-Series Information:
Interface Type:
Interface Address: (0-31)
(V100, V200, V300)
Interface
Interface
Interface
Reader
Monitor
Control
V300 Output
V200 Input
V100 Door /
Tamper:
AC Fail:
Reader 1:
BATT Fail:
Reader 2:
Door Switch 1:
REX 1:
Door Switch 2:
REX 2
Strike Relay 1:
Aux Relay 1:
Strike Relay 2:
Aux Relay 2:
Input 1:
Input 2:
Input 3:
Input 4:
Input 5:
Input 6:
Input 7:
Input 8:
Input 9:
Input 10:
Input 11:
Input 12:
Input 13:
Input 14:
Input 15:
Input 16:
Relay 1:
Relay 2:
Relay 1:
Relay 2:
Relay 3:
Relay 4:
Relay 5:
Relay 6:
Relay 7:
Relay 8:
Relay 9:
Relay 10:
Relay 11:
Relay 12:
Input 1:
Input 2:
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VertX Evo Installation Worksheet
V100-Series Information:
Interface Type:
Interface Address: (0-31)
(V100, V200, V300)
Interface
Interface
Interface
Reader
Monitor
Control
V300 Output
V200 Input
V100 Door /
Tamper:
AC Fail:
Reader 1:
BATT Fail:
Reader 2:
Door Switch 1:
REX 1:
Door Switch 2:
REX 2
Strike Relay 1:
Aux Relay 1:
Strike Relay 2:
Aux Relay 2:
Input 1:
Input 2:
Input 3:
Input 4:
Input 5:
Input 6:
Input 7:
Input 8:
Input 9:
Input 10:
Input 11:
Input 12:
Input 13:
Input 14:
Input 15:
Input 16:
Relay 1:
Relay 2:
Relay 1:
Relay 2:
Relay 3:
Relay 4:
Relay 5:
Relay 6:
Relay 7:
Relay 8:
Relay 9:
Relay 10:
Relay 11:
Relay 12:
Input 1:
Input 2:
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