Installation & User Guide Standalone Metal RFID Series Version: 2.2

Installation & User Guide  Standalone Metal RFID Series Version: 2.2
Installation & User Guide
Standalone Metal RFID Series
Version: 2.2
Date: May, 2015
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Contents
Installation Guide
1. Equipment Installation
2. Structure and Function
3. Lock Connection
4. Connect with Other Devices ……………………………………………………………...IV
5. Connect with Power…………………………………………………………..……………IV
User Guide
1. User Management..................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Administrator Operation ................................................................................... 1
1.2 Adding Users.................................................................................................... 2
1.3 Register Access Passwords ............................................................................. 3
1.4 User Authentication .......................................................................................... 4
1.5 User Deletion ................................................................................................... 4
2. Access Control Management .................................................................................... 5
2.1 Unlocking Duration Configuration ..................................................................... 5
2.2 Authentication Mode Configuration ................................................................... 6
2.3 Concealed Mode Configuration ........................................................................ 6
2.4 Door Sensor Mode Configuration ..................................................................... 7
2.5 Alarm Configuration.......................................................................................... 7
2.6 SRB ................................................................................................................. 9
2.7 Factory Default Restoration .............................................................................. 9
3. Switching Working Mode ........................................................................................... 9
3.1 Switching to Reader Mode ............................................................................. 10
3.2 Switching to Controller Mode ......................................................................... 10
Appendix ..................................................................................................................... 11
Packing List ................................................................................................................ 11
1. Equipment Installation
1
Optical Tamper Switch
2
Remove the screw on
the bottom of device.
4
3
Fix the back cover on
the wall.
6
Take away the
back cover.
5
Fix the device to the
back cover.
Fix the screw.
Please remove the plastic
6
when installing exposed wire
Exposed wiring
Buried wire
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2. Structure and Function
Access Control System Function
(1) When a registered user's identity is verified, the Access Control
device will send out signal to unlock the door.
(2) The door sensor will detect the status of the lock. If the door is
unexpectedly opened or improperly closed, the alarm will
be triggered.
(3) It supports the exit button for opening the door from inside.
(4) It supports smoke detector and infrared sensor etc.. If the Access
Control device receives signal from detector, the alarm will be
triggered, and the door is set as normally open.
(5) It supports door bell.
(6) If the Access Control device is dismantled, the alarm will
be triggered.
 Linkage Function
This device has an Auxiliary Input interface (AUX+) which allows it to be
connected with an external source, for instance, a smoke detector, gas
detector, infrared sensor or emergency switch.
II
Trigger Linkage
When the device receives a signal from detectors or sensors connected to
AUX+, the alarm will be triggered, switching the door to normally
open state.
Cancel Linkage
Alarm and normally open state will be canceled after user verification or
administrator entering password. The Access Control device will resume to
ready mode.
3. Lock Connection
Warning: No operation when power on!
(1) The system supports NO LOCK and NC LOCK. The NO LOCK
(normally open by power on) is connected with NO terminal, and the
NC LOCK is connected with NC terminal.
(2) To prevent the generation of self-inductance EMF which would
affect the system, when the electrical lock is linked to the Access
Control System, it is required to connect one FR107 diode
(equipped in the package, do not reverse the polarities) in parallel in
order to release the self-inductance EMF.
(I) Under following two situations, device shares power with the lock:
 ULOCK=12V, I ≥ IDevice + ILock (The maximum operating current of
device is 100mA, and the rated current is 60mA);
The lock is near to the device.
III
(II) Under following situations, device does NOT share power with the lock:
Device does not share power with the lock:
 When ULOCK=12V, I < IDevice + ILock (The maximum operating
current of device is 100mA, and the rated current is 60mA);
 When ULOCK≠12V;
 When the lock is far from the device.
I: device's current output; ULOCK: lock voltage; ILOCK: lock current.
4. Connect with Other Devices
Only devices with an alarm ≤ DC 12V
can be connected
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5. Connect with Power
Input DC12V, ≤110mA (≤80mA
standby) Positive is connected
with +12V, negative is connected
with GND (do not reverse
the polarities).
Recommended procedure
Step 1: Power on after the device is completely installed on the wall.
Step 2: Authenticate administrator password and change it immediately. Adjust access
control parameters, which include changing passwords for door opening, and setting
unlocking duration, authentication mode, concealed mode, door sensor mode and
alarm etc.
Step 3: You may register and authenticate user accounts, cards or passwords.
1. User Management
1.1 Administrator Operation
To ensure data security of the device, users can operate the device only after the
administrator password is authenticated.
 Authenticate Administrator Password
1. Press [*]
(The indicator is off and
makes a long beep.)
2. Press [#] .
(Enter step of password
authentication.)
3. Enter the administrator
password. (The default
password is 1234.)
5. Exit. (Press [*] or do
not operate the device
within 20 seconds ,The
indicator turns red and
makes a long beep, then
automatically exit.)
4. Authentication
succeeds.
(The indicator turns blue.)
Note: The default administrator password is 1234.
 Change Administrator Password
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [8]. (enter step
of changing password.)
3. Enter a new
administrator password.
Fail
(The indicator turns red
and makes three beeps.)
6. Exit. (The indicator turns
red and makes a long
beep, then automatically
exit.)
5. Password is
successfully changed.
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
Succeed
4. Enter the new
administrator password
again for authentication.
Note: Four-digit passwords are automatically verified. For passwords with less than
four digits, press [#] to enter the verification process.
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 Open Door by Entering Administrator Password
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [0]. (The
indicator turns blue and
makes a long beep.)
3. Press [0]. (The
indicator turns blue and
makes a long beep.)
5. Exit. (The indicator
turns red and makes a
long beep, then
automatically exit.)
4. The door is opened
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
Note: This function can be used to open the door.
 Forgot Administrator Password
If administrator password is lost, you may reset the password to default through tamper
switch. Dismantle the device and wait for 30 seconds until the blue light is on and a long
beep is heard. Press the optical tamper switch for 2 to 5 seconds and repeat this step
for 3 times. The administrator password is successfully reset to default when the blue
light is on and a long beep is heard. The red light is then on and the operation is quited
automatically.
Note: The default administrator password is 1234.
1.2 Adding Users
Register the card of a user or register cards in batches.
 Adding Users
1. The administrator
password is
authenticated.
2. Press [1].
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
4. Register cards.
( Swipe the card once.)
3. Input user ID twice
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
6. Exit. (Press [*], the indicator
turns red and makes a long
beep, then automatically exit. )
4. Register cards.
( Swipe the card once.)
5. Registration succeeds.
(The indicator turns blue and
makes a long beep.)
Note:
1. Nine-digit user ID is automatically verified. For user ID with less than nine digits,
press [#] to confirm.
2. If the user ID is not available, the ID number increases automatically. It continues to
register new one once a user is successfully registered.
3. The registration fails if the user ID or the card has been registered (the indicator turns
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red and makes three short beeps). When the indicator turns blue, you can register the
user again. If you fail to swipe card or enter user ID for three times, the device will
enter the standby state.
 Registering Cards in Batches
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [6]. (Register
cards in batches.)
3. Swipe the first card once.
(Swipe the card once.)
6. Exit.
(The indicator turns red
and makes a long beep,
then automatically exit.)
Fail
Succeed
(The indicator turns red
and makes three beeps.)
5. Cards are registered
in batches successfully.
4. Enter the total number
(Blue light with a short
of cards.
beep)
Note:
1. In the process of entering the total number of cards, three-digit numbers are
automatically verified. For numbers with less than three digits, press [#] to enter the
verification process. Press [*] to enter the total number of cards again.
2. IDs of the to-be-registered cards must be consecutive numbers.
1.3 Register Access Passwords
This device supports 8 passwords, each password has a Group ID ranged from 1~8.
The default password value is 0 for all groups, which means those passwords are
disabled. You can modify the passwords under 8 groups to open the door.
1. The administrator
password is
authenticated.
2. Press [3].
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
3. Enter the group ID of
password.(Group ID: 1 ~ 8.)
7. Exit. (Press [*], the
indicator turns red and
makes a long beep, then
automatically exit)
6. Registration succeeds.
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
4. Enter the password
twice.
(The password consists of
four digits.)
Note: When a password is successfully changed, you can immediately change the
next password by entering another group ID.
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1.4 User Authentication
Card / Password Authentication
When the device is power-on, it enters user authentication state.
1. The device is in user
authentication state.
2. Swipe user card, or
enter password followed
by [#].
Succeed
3. User authentication
succeeds (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
Fail
(The indicator turns red and
makes two short beeps.)
Note: Press [#] after entering a password for authentication. The door opens if the
entered password is identical with one of the eight passwords for opening the door.
1.5 User Deletion
Delete one, multiple or all registered user(s).
 Deleting One User
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [2]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
3. Swipe the user card or
input user ID for deletion.
Fail
(The indicator turns red
and makes three beeps.)
6. Exit. (Press [*] or do not
operate the device within 20
seconds, the indicator turns
red and makes a long beep,
then automatically exit.)
5. User deletion succeeds
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
Succeeded
4. Deletion of all users
succeeds. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
Note:
1. You can either swipe the card or input user ID to delete a user. Nine-digit user ID will
be automatically verified. For user ID with less than nine digits, press [#] to confirm.
2. After successful deletion, the device will automatically enter the process of deleting
next user. Press [*] to exit.
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 Deleting All Users
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [9]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
3. Press [9]. (The
indicator turns blue and
makes a long beep.)
5. Exit. (The indicator turns
red and makes a long
beep, then automatically
exit.)
4. Deleting All Users is
successful. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
Note: In step 3, press [9] for automatic confirmation. Other numbers are considered
invalid. If an invalid number is entered, the device indicator turns red, and the device
makes a long beep and exits the process.
2. Access Control Management
2.1 Unlocking Duration Configuration
1. The administrator
password is
authenticated.
2. Press [4]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
3. Enter the unlocking
duration. (range: 1s to 254s)
5. Exit. (The indicator turns
red and makes a long
beep, then automatically
exit.)
4. Modification of the
unlocking duration succeeds.
(The indicator turns blue and
makes a long beep.)
Note: The unit of unlocking duration is “second”. Three-digit values will be
automatically verified. For values with less than three digits, press [#] to enter
verification process.
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2.2 Authentication Mode Configuration
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [5]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
3. Enter authentication
mode.
5. Exit. (The indicator turns
red and makes a long beep,
then automatically exit.)
4. Configuration succeeds.
(The indicator turns blue and
makes a long beep.)
Note:
1. When the authentication mode is RF card & password, user must swipe card first
and then enter the password.
2. Details about the authentication modes are as follows:
Authentication Mode
Value
Description
PW
1
Only password verification
RF
2
Only RF Card verification
RF/PW (default)
3
RF Card or password verification
RF&PW
4
RF Card and password verification
2.3 Concealed Mode Configuration
Under standby mode, when the Concealed Mode is on, the indicator will be turned off.
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [0]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
3. Press [3].
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
6. Exit. (The indicator turns
red and makes a long
beep, then automatically
exit.)
5. Configuration succeeds.
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
4. Configure the
concealed mode.
(0: enable; 1: disable).
Note: When user is authenticating the card or password under Concealed Mode, the
indicator will still blink correspondingly to denote process status.
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2.4 Door Sensor Mode Configuration
The door sensor has three modes:
● NONE: The door sensor is disabled.
●Normal Open (NO): The door sensor will send an alarm signal if it detects the door
is closed.
●Normal Closed (NC): The door sensor will send an alarm signal if it detects the door
is open.
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [0]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
3. Press [5]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
6. Exit. (The indicator turns
red and makes a long
beep, then automatically
exit.)
5. Conflagration succeeds.
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
4. Configure the door
sensor mode. (0: Normally
Open; 1: Normally Closed;
2: Disabled).
2.5 Alarm Configuration
 Configuring Alarm Switch
Only if the alarm switch is set to be ON will the Failed Authentication Alarm and Door
Sensor Alarm be effective. The default status of the alarm switch is ON.
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [0]. (The
indicator turns blue and
makes a long beep.)
3. Press [1]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
6. Exit. (The indicator turns
red and makes a long
beep, then automatically
exit.)
5. The configuration is
successful. (The
indicator turns blue and
makes a long beep.)
4. Configure the alarm
setting. (0: enable; 1:
disable).
Note: The Temper Alarm is still effective even if the alarm switch is OFF.
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 Configuring Failed Authentication Alarm
If the administrator fails in authentication in 3 attempts, Failed Authentication Alarm will
be triggered. No authentication can be made within 20 seconds.
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [0]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
3. Press [2]. (The
indicator turns blue and
makes a long beep.)
6. Exit. (The indicator turns
red and makes a long
beep, then automatically
exit.)
5. Configuration succeeds
(The indicator turns blue and
makes a long beep.)
4. Configure the Failed
Authentication Alarm
Switch. (0: enable; 1:
disable)
 Configuring Tamper Alarm
If this function is enabled, alarms will be raised when the device is dismantled from
the wall.
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [7]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
3. Configure Tamper
Alarm switch.
(0: enable; 1: disable)
5. Exit. The indicator turns
red and makes a long
beep, then automatically
exit.)
4. Configuration succeeds.
(The indicator turns blue and
makes a long beep.)
 Configuring Door Sensor Delay
When the door is not closed well after a time period, the Door Sensor Delay will raise an
alarm to alert users. Its configured value is the time period denoting how long after the
door is opened will the alarm ring.
1. The administrator
password is
authenticated.
2. Press [0]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
3. Press [4].
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
6.Exit.
(The indicator turns red
and makes a long beep,
then automatically exit.)
5. Configuration succeeds.
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
4.Configure the Door
Sensor Delay.
(range: 1s to 254s)
Note: Three-digit values will be automatically verified. For values with less than three
digits, press [#] to confirm. Values greater than 254 are considered invalid.
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2.6 SRB
Security Relay Box (SRB) is a relay switch controlling electric lock. When it receives the
Wiegand signal sent from the Access Control device, it will send a (unlock/lock) signal to
trigger the relay switch to operate, so as to provide a higher security level for
access control.
Note: For the detailed parameters and wiring guide of SRB, please consult the SRB
Access Controller Wiring Guide.
2.7 Factory Default Restoration
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [0]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
3. Press [9]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
6.Exit. (The indicator turns
red and makes a long
beep, then automatically
exit.)
5. Configuration succeeds.
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
4. Press [9]. (a short beep)
The Factory Default Settings
Unlock Authentication Mode
Door Sensor Mode
Alarm Switch
Failed Authentication Alarm Switch
Tamper Alarm Switch
Concealed Mode
Unlocking Duration
Door Sensor Delay
RF/PW
None
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
5 seconds
15 seconds
3. Switching Working Mode
This device can work as either a standalone controller or a wiegand reader, which
offering high flexibility to use depending on actual needs. It is a standalone controller in
default setting, but user can switch the working mode by the following instruction.
If the indicator stays in red, this indicates that the device is set to Reader Mode.
If the indicator blinks in blue, this indicates that the device is set to
Controller Mode.
Note: For wiring diagram of reader mode, please consult Appendix.
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3.1 Switching to Reader Mode
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [0]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
6. Exit. (The indicator turns
red and makes a long
beep, then automatically
exit.)
5. Mode switching
succeeds.
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
3. Press [6]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
4. Press [1].
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
Note: When mode switching fails, the device will give 3 short beeps, followed by the
indicator turning to red with a long beep, and then automatically exits.
Setting Weigand Format
When the device is in Reader Mode, press and hold [*] for five seconds. Press [#] when
the red indicator is off, and then input administrator password. The Wiegand format can
be set to Wiegand 26 or Wiegand 34.
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [0]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
6. Exit. (The indicator turns
red and makes a long
beep, then automatically
exit.)
5. Set format successfully.
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
3. Press [7]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
4. Set Weigand format
(0:WG26, 1:WG34.)
Note: When mode switching fails, the device will give 3 short beeps, followed by the
indicator turning to red with a long beep, and then automatically exits.
3.2 Switching to Controller Mode
When the device is in Reader Mode, press and hold [*] for five seconds. Press [#] when
the red indicator is off, and then input administrator password.
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press [0]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
3. Press [6]. (The indicator
turns blue and makes a
long beep.)
6. Exit. (The indicator turns
red and makes a long
beep, then automatically
exit.)
5. Mode switching
succeeds.
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
4. Press [0].
(The indicator turns blue
and makes a long beep.)
Note: When mode switching fails, the device will give 3 short beeps, followed by the
indicator turning to red with a long beep, and then automatically exits.
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Appendix
Wiring Diagram of Controller Mode
Wiring Diagram of Reader Mode
Red: DC 12V
Light Blue: SEN
Red: DC 12V
Black: GND
Black: GND
Gray: BUT
Green: WD0
White: WD1
Light Blue: LED
Yellow: NC
Purple: BELL+ (Bell)
Gray: BEEP
Pink: COM
Brown: BELL- (Bell)
Purple: BELL+ (Bell)
Blue: NO
Brown: BELL- (Bell)
Weigand Output
Linkage Function
Green: WD0
Orange: AL (Alarm)
White: WD1
Light Green: AUX+
Packing List
Access Control
Device & Mounting
Plate
4 Screws
Card
4 Wall Plugs
4 Diodes (FR107)
Screwdriver
Star-shaped Screw
Installation Guide
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