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Programming of Unicard CR211
1. Introduction
The Unicard can accommodate up to 98 cards with two relays with
one voltage free contact each. On the pluggable terminal you find
inputs for 2 exit buttons, 1 door switch, card group disabling, code
disabling and event logging. The door switch can be used to control
the door release and local door monitor. Unicard can be configured
to operate using card & PIN, card only or group code. When
delivered the card reader it is normally configured to work with card
only. Unicard has an optional printer pack for printing system data
(specify PP2/KB1/LU802). Unicard also has a keypad tamper
lockout which occurs after 12 incorrect key depressions, this being
released after 30 seconds or the entry a valid code twice.
In addition the Unicard has a lid tamper device which could actuate
an optional monitored alarm (reference SK5/E7).
NB
If the tamper device is to output to a monitored intruder alarm,
please check compliance to relevant Police Force policy.
If the optional logging unit LU-802 is mounted, you can print out
stored events. By using an optional external timer, you can control
what times of the day the events should be logged in the memory.
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Unicard has four LED’s. The green LED indicates relay 1. The
yellow LED indicates key depression and also requests the PINcode (when the unit is set to card & PIN). The first red LED
indicates access denied and the second one is free for external
control via inputs on PL4: 11,12.
NB
There is a 560Ω resistor in series with the second red LED,
this value is suitable for 12VDC supply. If you are to use
24VDC cut the S3 jumper in the unit.
2. Initialisation & Password
After installation the Unicard has to be initialised with a special
code. This code pre-sets printer parameters, clears the memory
and sets the opening times to 7 seconds. The code is 199201.
Initialisation & Memory Reset
I Open the card reader
Press RST button on the
circuit board
Enter 199201
Press #
NB
Wait for 4 bleep confirmation
Wait for 8 bleep confirmation,
the memory is now cleared and
language is set to English.
If the print out is printed in a language other than English, an
incorrect initialisation code has been entered. Repeat the
above instructions.
To allow the reader to be programmed and to initiate the printouts
a six digit password is required.
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Set Password
I Open the card reader
Wait for 4 bleep confirmation
Press RST button on the
circuit board
Enter a 6-digit code
The following codes are not permitted: 00 00 00, 19 92 00 – 19
NB
92 99
Wait for 2 short and one long
Press #
confirmation bleep
Ensure that you record the number entered
NB
Press *
I Close the card lock
3. Programming of Cards
Unicard has the capacity to store 98 cards and PIN codes and one
password code. The cards are stored at fixed addresses (101 to
198).
You should make a log of which cards are stored at which address
(a sheet is enclosed at the end of these instructions). Each card
could be combined with one of the following relay functions :< 1 > - Relay 1 monostable
(timed)
< 2 > - Relay 2 monostable
(timed)
< 3 > - Relay 1 and relay 2
monostable
< 4 > - Relay 1 bistable
(latching)
< 5 > - Relay 2 bistable
(latching)
< 6 > - Relay 1 and relay 2
bistable
< 7 > - Relay 1 if relay 2 is
activated
< 8 > - Alarm function
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Relay 1 : is normally used to open the door.
Relay 2 : could be used for different functions :Alarm shunt, alarm panel on/off, duress alarm, open a second
door, manipulation blocking alarm, control a electronic lock / strike
or a door bell. Monostable relay function is normally used for door
opening, alarm shunt, duress alarm, door open alarm and blocking
alarm while bistable relay function is used for alarm on/off, and
door open during the day.
NB
If the duress output is connected to a monitored intruder
alarm, please check compliance to relevant Police Force
policy.
Alarm function 8 : Controls the relationship and operation of relays
1 & 2.
The disable functions are:
< 0 > - No time control
< 1 > - Card disabled if PL2:19 PL2:20 is open circuit.
< 2 > - Card disabled if PL2:19 PL2:20 is closed
circuit.
User cards are programmed as follows :-
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Individual Cards
You will hear a beep every
second
Press # and the address for The first location is 101, you
will hear a double bleep
the first card
You will hear a double bleep
I Swipe the card or enter 8
digit decimal number
You will hear a double bleep
Press #
Relay functions are 1-8, you will
Enter a relay function
hear a double bleep
Disable functions are 0, 1 or 2,
Enter a disable function
you will hear 2 short and one
long bleep.
The card is now stored in the
memory and the card reader
returns to programming mode.
The card lock returns to
Press *
working mode
Enter your password
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Block Programming of Cards
NB
This function is only appropriate if you have numerically
sequential cards.
You will hear a beep every
second
Press # and the address for The first code is 101, you will
hear a double bleep
the first card
You will hear a double bleep
I Swipe the card or enter 8
digit decimal number
You will hear a double bleep
Enter the total number of
cards in the series (XX)
Relay functions are 1-8, you will
Enter a relay function
hear a double bleep
Disable functions are 0, 1 or 2,
Enter a disable function
you will hear 2 short and one
long bleep.
The cards are now stored in the
memory and the card reader
returns to programming mode.
The card lock returns to
Press *
working mode
This will assign all cards in the series the same relay & disable
NB
functions.
Enter your password
Example 1: Program a card in address 101 which controls relay 1
monostable (1) and that should not be time controlled (0).
Enter your Password
Press # 101
I Swipe the card or enter 8
digit decimal number
Press #
Press 1 0
Press *
You will hear a double bleep
You will hear a double bleep
Relay & disable functions
The card lock returns to
working mode
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Simplified Programming
This can be used when the reader is required to operate on ‘card
only’ and has relay 1 & no disable functions.
Example 2:
Enter your Password
Press # 102
I Swipe the card or enter 8
digit decimal number
Press # #
Press *
You will hear a double bleep
The card lock returns to
working mode
If you enter more cards you only have to press * when the
programming is finished, and not after each card. * also works
as "break" during programming.
Enter your Password
Press # 102
I Swipe the card or enter 8
digit decimal number
Press # #
Press # 103
I Swipe the card or enter 8
digit decimal number
Press # #
Press *
You will hear a double bleep
You will hear a double bleep
The card lock returns to
working mode
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The programmed cards and their function could be checked using
the print out function # 82.
I Connect Printer via Interface
NB
Enter your Password
Printout starts
Press # 82
If you want to terminate the print, press #
4. Substitute Cards
If you want to substitute one card with another without changing the
functions of the card, this can be done as follows :Enter your Password
Press # card location
I Swipe replacement card or
enter 8 digit decimal number
Press # #
Press *
Card location is 101 – 198
The card lock returns to
working mode
5. Cancel Cards
If you want to cancel a card proceed as follows :Enter your Password
Press # card location #
Press # #
Press *
Card location is 101 – 198
The card lock returns to
working mode
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6. Programming of Group Code
Unicard has one group code. To enter the group code proceed as
follows :Enter your Password
You will hear a double bleep
Press # 41
Enter the required four digit You will hear a double bleep
group code
Relay functions are 1-7, you will
Enter a relay function
hear a double bleep
The card lock returns to
Press *
working mode
NB
NB
The Unicard does not record events for the low security group
code configuration.
If a code is included in the six digit password, e.g. if your
password is 123456, and an 1234 is a door code, the door will
open on 1234 and the card reader will enter programming
mode after 6.
7. Programming of Relay Time
The programme the relay time, proceed as follows :NB
The relay time can be configured in either seconds or minutes.
Enter time for relay 1 in seconds (opening time).
Enter your Password
Press # 51 X
Press *
X = opening time enter 01 –
99
The card lock returns to
working mode
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Enter time for relay 2.
Enter your Password
Press # 53 X
Press *
X = opening time enter 01 –
99
The card lock returns to
working mode
Enter time for relay 1 in minutes.
Enter your Password
Press # 52 X
Press *
X = opening time enter 01 –
99
The card lock returns to
working mode
Enter time for relay 2.
Enter your Password
Press # 54 X
Press *
X = opening time enter 01 –
99
The card lock returns to
working mode
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8. Logging Unit LU-802 (Optional)
An optional logging unit LU-802 is available. This unit contains a
clock which keeps record of date and time. It also has an extended
memory to be able to store events. An on-line print-out takes place
if a printer is connected. The 102 last events are always stored in
the memory, and could be printed when ever wanted. The print-out
shows the address of the card (e.g. #105) and date (day & month)
and time. If you have chosen bistable function on one of the
relays, activation of the relay is marked with a + after the card
address and deactivation with a - .
Example: #105+ 27/08 11:31
#105- 27/08 15:22
NB
Note: To get the logging working you need a jumper in
PL2:15,16. When the log is enabled the group code is
disabled. This creates the highest level of security.
9. Set Date & Time (LU-802 Only)
As mentioned above, the year is not included in the print out.
However the Unicard must know when the next leap-year occurs
(expressed in the number of years from the present).
The year is entered with a digit:
0 = 1996, 2000, 2004 etc.
1 = 1997, 2001, 2005 etc.
2 = 1998, 2002, 2006 etc.
3 = 1999, 2003, 2007 etc.
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To set the time, please proceed as follows :Enter your Password
Press # 199
Enter the date
Enter the time
Enter year type
Press #
Press *
You will hear a bleep every
second
You will hear a double bleep
Format DDMM
Format HHMM
0, 1, 2 or 3 (see above), you
will hear a double bleep.
You will hear two short and one
long bleep
The card lock returns to
working mode
Example: #199 3108 0958 0 # means 31st August
1996/2000/2004
9:58am
10. Enter Card Reader Number
If you have more than one Unicard installed in the same
installation, the printer outputs can be connected in parallel to one
printer. To enable identification of the source of the event (which
reader) an address can be given to each card reader. Please
proceed as follows :Enter your Password
Press # 44
Enter the ID Number
Press *
You will hear a double bleep
Select two digit number (01,02,
03 etc), you will hear a double
bleep.
The card lock returns to
working mode
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11. Printouts
Unicard has the ability to print out it’s cards and their functions.
Please proceed as follows :-
I Connect Printer via
Interface
Enter your Password
Press # 82
NB
System data is printed
If you want to terminate the print, press #
When the LU-802 installed, it is possible to print out the last 102
events.
To print out these events, proceed as follows :-
I Connect Printer via
Interface
Enter your Password
Press # 85
NB
The last 102 events are printed
If you want to terminate the print, press #
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12. Programming of PIN Code (New Code)
In order to make it easier for the user and also to increase the level
of security, the user can select his own personal code to be used in
conjunction with the magnetic card.
This code (PIN-code) is programmed as follows :Press #
I Swipe the card
Enter 0000
Enter required 4 digit PIN
code
Re-enter required 4 digit
PIN code
Press #
The red LED illuminates
The PIN code is stored in the
memory of the card reader and
the reader returns to working
mode.
13. Programming of PIN Code (Changing Existing Code)
To change an existing PIN-code proceed as follows :Press #
I Swipe the card
Enter existing PIN code
Enter required 4 digit PIN
code
Re-enter required 4 digit
PIN code
Press #
NB
The red LED illuminates
The PIN code is stored in the
memory of the card reader and
the reader returns to working
mode.
If you have more than one Unicard installed in the same
installation, the programming function will need to be repeated
for each reader.
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Wiring Diagram ICS Unicard CR-211
JUMPER
12, 24V
PL1
1 2
24V
12V
3
4
5
6
7
8
PL2
GND
TXD
GND
RXD
GND
DISABLE. CARD
GND
DISABLE. PIN
ENABLE. LOG.
15 16 17 1819 20 2122 23 24
PL4
TAMPER
EXIT BUTTON RELAY 1
GND
EXIT BUTTON RELAY 2
GND
DOOR SWITCH
GND
FREE RED LED
11 12 1314 25 26 2728 2930
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Card list for Eagle ® ICS CR211
Example of Completion
John Jackson | 56 | 98765411 | 1 0 | 99-01-02
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Disclaimer : Every attempt has been made to ensure that the information provided in this manual is
accurate and complete. However, neither Ingersoll Rand Locking Systems or it’s distributor can be held
responsible for loss or losses made as a result of using this manual or the system.
In addition and due to on-going development, we reserve the right to alter / amend the products
specification without notice.
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