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1 HARDwired Installation/ Owner s Manual Use this manual for circuit - Revision L or higher. For Models:,, and Multi-Door Access Controller Wiegand Compatable --R-- Provides Access Control System to manage Up to additional Access Points. DATA STATUS S GOOD - Single Enclosure with Built-In Card Reader Quad Enclosure (Not Included) (Not Included) Single Enclosure (Not Included) Date Installed: Circuit Serial Number(s) and Revision Letter: Installer/Company Name: Phone Number: Leave Manual with Owner Copyright DoorKing, Inc. All rights reserved. UL Compliant

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3 TABLE OF CTS SECTI - TRACKER EXPANSI BOARD INTRODUCTI. General Information. General System Layout. s Layout Options. Overview. Input Descriptions. Setting (Software - System Relay). Relay Identification (Software - System Relay) SECTI - INSTALLATI -. Single Enclosure. Quad Enclosure. Single Enclosure with Card Reader SECTI - HARDWIRING. General HARDwiring Information. es - Communication Line HARDwiring. es - Communication Line HARDwiring. MAX s Communication Line HARDwiring. Basic Wiring Options at Access Point. Alarm Wiring Options at Access Point. All Available Devices at Access Point. Typical Dual Mode Wiring at Access Points. Quad Box Wiring. Gate Operator Data Wiring - Optional Control Wiring - SECTI - PROGRAMMING. LED and Button Descriptions. Programming. Programming Step Descriptions - - SECTI - TROUBLESHOOTING. Wiegand Device Data. Gate Operator Data. Gate Operator Event (transaction) Reports. Complete System Information DoorKing, Inc. reserves the right to make changes in the products described in this manual without notice and without obligation of DoorKing, Inc. to notify any persons of any such revisions or changes. Additionally, DoorKing, Inc. makes no representations or warranties with respect to this manual. This manual is copyrighted, all rights reserved. No portion of this manual may be copied, reproduced, translated, or reduced to any electronic medium without prior written consent from DoorKing, Inc. --R--

4 SECTI - TRACKER EXPANSI BOARD INTRODUCTI The Model allows you to expand the number of s that the models,, and multi-door access controller PC Programmable Entry Systems can control, up to a maximum of. One is required for each. s will interface with a variety of wiegand devices including card readers, transmitters, digital keypads, etc. The will also report gate operator data from DoorKing intelligent gate operators that have Gate outputs. In addition to these features, the s can also monitor the status of a door, report door ajar and forced entry conditions, sound local alarms, activate a building alarm system, and has request to exit inputs. Prior to beginning the installation, we suggest that you become familiar with the instructions, illustrations, and wiring guidelines in this manual. This will help insure that your installation is performed in an efficient and professional manner. The proper installation is an extremely important and integral part of the overall access control system. Check all local building ordinances and building codes prior to installion. Be sure your installation is in compliance with local codes. IMPORTANT Wireless installation of the access control system and s will vary from the HARDwire installation illustrated in this manual, see the instructions in the wireless kits for wireless installation.. General Information Use this manual for - Rev L or higher. Destructive Attack: Level I Line Security: Level I Endurance: Level IV Standby Power: Level I To utilize the (s), DoorKing Remote Account Manager for Windows software, V..i or higher is required to be installed on the user supplied PC. The chart below is to assist you in determining if you have the proper access control system and gate operators to utilize the. Model Access Control Systems Control,,, * x- Series * Multi-Door Access Controller LY. T for use with Access Plus. Model,, Barrier Gate Operators Control - Overhead -, Slide - Swing, Slide -,, Swing -, Slide - Expands the control capability of selected DoorKing access control systems to manage up to additional s. Provides power and wiegand inputs for almost any wiegand access control device (Card reader, receiver, digital keypad etc.). may power two card readers in parallel if required. For example: an entry and exit card reader on a single door. Can be used to provide a variety of door monitoring functions, such as sounding an alarm, or activating a building alarm system when the door is forced or held open. Provides a request to exit input (free exit). Provides three programmable relay outputs. Hold Open Feature unlocks individual doors (or holds open individual gates) when commanded from the system software. Monitors transactions from DoorKing intelligent gate operators. Can monitor slide, swing or overhead gate operators and the parking gate operator (barrier) in PAMS type applications. Optional Wireless kit available to connect (s) to an access control system wirelessly. Maximum distances between the access control system and s will vary from the HARD wire run distances illustrated in this manual, see the instruction manuals with the wireless kits for the correct distances between the hardware. --R--

5 . General System Layout The diagram below shows the maximum number of s that can be connected to the,, and. Note: Wiegand will activate Relay and Wiegand will activate Relay at the access control system. Each can be individually setup for each depending on what functions are desired. See section. below for options. Zone addresses will need to be used when using more than s per Relay/Wiegand input (See page ). Access Control System Wiegand s maximum for Relay /Wiegand LY using addresses - Zone Zone Zone Zone Access Control Device Power at Access Control Device Power at Access Control Device Power at Access Control Device Power at Access Control Device Power at Access Control Device Power at Access Control Device Power at Access Control Device Power at Access Control Device Power at Access Control Device Power at Access Control Device Power at Access Control Device Power at Wiegand Communication lines (Relay /Wiegand AND Relay /Wiegand ) A Z CALL Power Power Relay at at at at at at at at at at at at Relay Relay Main Door/Gate Access Power Access Power Access Power Access Power Access Power Access Power Access Power Access Power Access Power Access Power Access Power Access Power Control Control Control Control Control Control Control Control Control Control Control Control Device Device Device Device Device Device Device Device Device Device Device Device Zone Zone Zone Zone s maximum for Relay /Wiegand LY using addresses -. Layout Options The diagram below shows the connections needed when all options (gate operator data, alarm outputs, door and reset switches, request to exit, etc.) available with the are utilized at an. Access Control System Relay /Wiegand or Relay /Wiegand Communication Line Next (Optional) Next (Optional) Gate operator data input: DoorKing slide, swing or overhead operators only. Gate operator data input: DoorKing barrier gate operator only. Note: If card reader has additional lighting for outdoor use, separate power must be provided. Card Reader Access Control Device input will accept most wiegand,, -bit access control devices. Gate Operator Data Input Gate Operator Data Input Optional Reader LED / Beeper Control PRESS to PUSH TO EXIT - Wireless Kit (Optional) See Wireless Instruction Sheets Auxiliary Relay Alarm Relay Output Relay Ground (Required) GA. Wire Battery Back-Up (Optional) Local Alarm Separate Alarm Power Alarm system outputs are dry relay contacts. Existing Alarm System Door Contact External Alarm Request Power Switch Reset to Exit. VAC, VA Door Lock Gate Operator WARNING If the access control system is used to control a vehicular gate with an automatic gate operator, the access control device must be mounted a minimum of six () feet away from the gate and gate operator, ten () feet recommended, or in such a way that a person cannot operate the access control device and touch the gate or gate operator at the same time. --R-- OR

6 . Overview Inputs See below and next page. Gate Operator Data IN Gate Operator Busy Gate Operator Data IN Gate Operator Busy Gate Operator & Common Wiegand Input Data Wiegand Input Data Wiegand Common VDC Wiegand Device Power Busy Gate Operator Power Monitor Gate Operator Power Monitor Gate Operator Power Monitor Gate Operator Power Monitor Door Ajar Input Reset Alarm Input Communication Relay Input Request To Exit input Common Card Reader LED/Beeper Control Italic Text Note: -wire Communication line REQUIRED connections. See sections. thru.. Gate Operator Data IN Gate Operator Busy Gate Operator Data IN Gate Operator Busy Gate Operator & Common Wiegand Input Data Wiegand Input Data Wiegand Common VDC Wiegand Device Power Busy Gate Operator Power Monitor Gate Operator Power Monitor Gate Operator Power Monitor Gate Operator Power Monitor Door Ajar Input Inputs Reset Alarm Input Communication Relay Input Request To Exit input Common Card Reader LED/Beeper Control Auxiliary Relay Auxiliary Relay Alarm Relay Alarm Relay Output Relay Output Relay Communication Data Output Common Communication Data Output Data Communication Data Output Data Battery Negative (-VDC) Battery Positive (+VDC) Earth Ground. VAC Input Power. VAC Input Power (System Relays) See pages and. DATA STATUS S Wireless Connection See wireless instructions. Programming See section. Relay Jumpers See page. GOOD Gate operator data input from DoorKing slide, swing or overhead gate operators. Gate operator data input from DoorKing barrier gate operator.,, -bit wiegand access device input LY. ft max. Auxiliary Relay Auxiliary Relay Alarm Relay Alarm Relay Output Relay Output Relay Communication LY to other s. DO T connect to access control system. Monitors V AC/DC power from DoorKing slide, swing or overhead gate operators. Wire polarity does T matter. Monitors V AC/DC power from DoorKing barrier gate operator. Wire polarity does T matter. Magnetic Door Contact Switch: Normally Closed: Switch contacts are held OPEN when the door is closed; switch contacts are CLOSED when the door is open. Connects to a alarm reset button. Communication to the access control system Relay or (Main Terminal) or other s. Connects to a request to exit button. Connects to a card reader with LED and beeper indicators. (Available on certain card readers) Connects to a local alarm. Set relay to normally OPEN () or normally CLOSED () using relay jumpers on. Connects to an existing building alarm system. Set relay to normally OPEN () or normally CLOSED () using relay jumpers on. Connects to door control (electric strike, maglock) or gate control (gate operator). Set relay to normally OPEN () or normally CLOSED () using relay jumpers on. - Communication Data Output Common Communication Data Output Data Communication Data Output Data Battery Negative (-VDC) Battery Positive (+VDC) Earth Ground. VAC Input Power. VAC Input Power Set relay jumper. Set relay jumper. Set relay jumper. Communication data output to Wiegand or input (Auxiliary Terminal) on the access control system. Battery Back-Up Optional battery back-up allows the to maintain operation during power out conditions. Use. amp gel cell for single P/N -, amp gel cell for s max. P/N -. To an approved grounding source (Required). Use a. VAC, VA transformer (or UL listed equivalent) to power the. Max power wire run with AWG wire is feet; with AWG wire is feet. Wire polarity does T matter. Function / Connection Outputs & Power See below and next page. Reset Button Press to reset the. Power Transformer DO T connect power to a receptacle controlled by a switch. Important Wireless Note: Wireless kits DO T use the #, #, #, #, # and # communication line. Refer to wireless instructions with the wireless kits when using wireless communication. Note: Relay contacts are rated at A V maximum. --R--

7 . Input Descriptions Access Control Device Input (,, -Bit Wiegand) s can accept wiegand input data from most devices that output their data in a wiegand format. When using or -bit wiegand devices, the system will only recognize facility code and lower. An access control device (a card reader for example) is connected to the (Terminals ---). When the receives the wiegand data from the access device, it sends the data to the access control system where the decision to grant or deny access is made. At the same time, a report is made of this activity and is stored in the transaction buffer. Two access control devices may be connected to a single, however each device will report the same location in the transaction report when connected in this method and each device will activate the same door (or gate). This may be preferable in some instances. For example, if a vehicular gate uses both a card reader and an receiver for resident access, each of these devices can be connected in parallel. Each device will activate the gate (door) that the output relay of the is connected to, and each device will appear in the transaction report with the name assigned to the in the software ( Main Gate, for example, Refer to the Dual Door Mode ). Gate Operator Data Input Gate operator data inputs can only be used with DoorKing vehicular gate operators (see section.). The receives data (Terminals - and -) from the gate operator control, converts it to wiegand format, and then sends this wiegand data to the access control system where it is stored in the transaction buffer. The data that is sent from the gate operator control includes information such as gate operator cycle count (x), if an obstruction was hit, if an attempt was made to force the gate, etc. See the back of manual for a complete listing of all gate operator transactions. In PAMS applications, only one is required per traffic lane to monitor the gate operator activity of the slide, swing or overhead gate operator, and the parking gate operator. The will also monitor the VAC power from the gate operator control (s). When this power is removed, a power out transaction is sent to the access control system. Request to Exit Input An alarm condition will exist anytime a controlled door is opened without access being granted by the access control system. The request to exit input (Terminals & ) allows the door to be opened without activating the alarm relays, and will not cause the access system to report a forced condition. The request to exit is typically used at a controlled to allow free exit to personnel. A Push To Open button, or a push bar, etc., is connected to the request to exit input on the. When this input is activated, the output relay will activate causing the door strike or magnetic lock to release allowing the door to be opened. Door Ajar Input The door ajar input (Terminals & ) monitors the status of a controlled access door through a magnetic (typical) door contact switch. This input tells the if the door is not fully closed, and will cause the alarm and auxiliary relays on the to activate under certain conditions (see section and section ). Typically, when the door is closed, the switch contacts are closed; when the door is open, the switch contacts are open. Reset Alarm Input The reset alarm input (Terminals & ) overrides the door ajar input allowing a door to be held open when necessary. When this input is activated, the will not activate its alarm or auxiliary relays even if the door ajar input is activated (see section ). Communication Relay Input (Communication Line to Access Control System s Main Terminal Relay or Relay ) The relay input (Terminals & ) is connected to the Relay or Relay in the access control system that activates when a valid device code is received by the access control system. For example, when a card reader connected to the wiegand input on the reads the card code, it inputs this information to the, which in turn sends the information to the access control system. The access control system then makes the decision to grant or deny access. If access is denied, a transaction of the denial is made and nothing else happens. If access is granted, a transaction of the access grant is made, and the access control system activates the communication relay. This relay output is connected to the system communication relay input, which then causes the output relay to activate. The output relay activation will then open the controlled door (or gate). If two or more s are connected to the access system, only the output relay on the that sent the data will activate. The relay strike time is set via the programming on the (see section ). Auxiliary and Alarm Relays Activation and operation of the ILIARY (Terminals -) and (Terminals -) relays is dependent on the programming on the (see section ). Typically, the auxiliary relay is connected to a local alarm (bell, buzzer, light, etc.) and the alarm relay is connected to the buildings existing alarm system. These relays provide a dry contact only. Output Relay The Output Relay (Terminals -) activates on command from the access control system, or from a request to exit input. The output relay releases the door strike (or magnetic lock) to allow entry or exit, or activates a gate operator if the is used to control a vehicular gate. This relay provides a dry contact only. Communication Data Output (Communication Line to Access Control System s Auxiliary Terminal Wiegand or Wiegand ) All data received at the wiegand input terminals and the gate terminals is sent to the access control system in,, -bit wiegand format from the wiegand output (Terminals --). --R--

8 . Setting (Software - System Relay) When using s connected to a single access control system, the addresses on EACH should be set so that the Remote Account Manager for Windows (V. or higher only) software can identify each. The software reserves address, and for the access control system. address starts with relay address (see below). IMPORTANT: The software uses the address number for the System Relay number. Zone es: addresses can be set the same (functions as zones ), but the system s tracking capability will T be able to distinguish SPECIFIC activity. Two or more s with the same address will be tracked and logged as zone number but not a specific location for that activity. For example, if you have card readers in different locations in a building, and all have the same addresses, the software would track that a card reader in the zone number was used, but not which specific location it was used. Zones can be used for a restricted area with multiple entrances inside the complex such as a pool area/tennis courts or community center. Zones are not recommended if detailed activity reports are required. DATA STATUS S GOOD - Switch MUST be () for addresses thru. (Dial number +). Switch MUST be () for addresses thru. (Dial number only). IMPORTANT: DO T set the address to,, or. Switch Dial Numbers Set dial numbers accordingly with switch. Example: The switch is and the dial is set to, so the is. The software uses the address as the System Relay, this means the System Relay for this is. See below for all settings. addresses thru MUST connect to Relay /Wiegand on the access control system Maximum HARD wire run between s (up to s) is feet TOTAL, see section for more information about HARDwiring limitations. System Relay System Relay System Relay System Relay System Relay System Relay System Relay Note: Start at address, the software reserves address (system relay), and for the access control system LY. System Relay addresses thru MUST connect to Relay /Wiegand on the access control system Maximum HARD wire run between s (up to s) is feet TOTAL, see section for more information about HARDwiring limitations. System Relay System Relay System Relay System Relay System Relay System Relay System Relay System Relay Note: es,, & will not generate a wiegand signal. --R--

9 RS. Relay Identification (Software - System Relay) The models,, and access control systems each have THREE relays (Relay,, and ). When the s is added to this system, the Output Relay on the s (Terminals -) are identified in the software by the address, beginning with address = System Relay (System Relays, and are reserved for the access control relays LY in the software). Each of the relays on the can be set to either Normally Open () or Normally Closed () by setting the relay jumper to the desired configuration. Typically, normally OPEN is used. When s are used to expand the access control system, Relays and on the access control system circuit are used as communication relays. Relay MUST connect to addresses - (system relays -) and Relay MUST connect to addresses - (system relays -). HF HS MIC VOL If both Relay and Relay are used to control s, Relay is used as the Primary Relay that will open the main door or gate when the SPK resident pushes on their telephone. FEED VOL BACK RING CLK SEN MASTER KEYPAD PHE CGND PSW MIC COM SPKR IMD VDC IMC Z Relay C Access Control System Main Terminal A Relay Jumper C RY C BAT AC AC Relay Relay ELEVATOR Relay Jumpers LY es - connect to Relay /Wiegand ( s max) S GOOD - Remote Account Manager Software for Windows System Relay Identification Important Wireless Note: Wireless kits ARE T wired like this. Refer to wireless instructions with the wireless kits when using wireless communication. Set relay jumper or. Zone Zone Zone Zone at at at at at at at at at at Aux Relay Alarm Relay Output Relay (System Relay) at at Access Control System Relay C A Relay Jumper Main Terminal C RY C BAT AC AC Note: Relay jumper set to normally OPEN. Relay Main Terminal Relay Main Terminal Relay Main Door/Gate Auxiliary Terminal at RS- at SOFTWARE INSTALLED at Wiegand (Aux Terminal) System Relays for the s are identified in the DKS software sequentially by the address, beginning with address = System Relay and ending with address = System Relay. Relays, and are Physically located on the access control. They are identified in the DKS software as system relays, and. Zone addresses CAN be used but MUST be used when more than s are required for a Relay/Wiegand input. See previous page about zone addresses. Your PC connected to the access control system (RS- terminal). Wiegand (Aux Terminal) at at Zone at at at Zone at at Zone at LY es - connect to Relay /Wiegand ( s max) at Zone --R--

10 SECTI - INSTALLATI The location of the (s) is dependent on the application that it is being used. s can be installed in selected card reader housings, or they can be installed in their own enclosure (enclosures are optional and not included with the ). DoorKing has two enclosures available for this purpose. The small housing will hold a single and the large housing can hold up to four s. In addition, the large housing has convenience outlets to power up to four accessory transformers. Selected models of proximity card readers are available with an enclosure that has ample room for a to be mounted inside the housing. This simplifies the installation of the card reader used with the. IMPORTANT Wireless communication maximum distances between the access control system and s will vary from the HARDwire run distances illustrated below. See the instruction sheets in the wireless kits and the Layout and Start-Up Procedure for the correct distances between the hardware when using wireless communication. HARDwire Run: Up to s can be wired to EACH of the TWO communication lines available (relay /wiegand and relay /wiegand ) at the access control system. IMPORTANT: The maximum distance for a HARDwire run is feet TOTAL ( to s can be in a HARDwire run). The farthest s can be more than feet away from the access control system. Example : ft total, LY one HARDwired communication line shown. s are connected to relay /wiegand. access control system relay /wiegand Communication line to s are connected in parallel. Allows teeing relay /wiegand of communication cable for optimal cable routing. A second communication line can be wired with the same wiring limitations shown in examples if desired. ft more s can be connected to reley /wiegand communication line. ft Zone addresses can be used if desired. farthest ft address away farthest ft address away Example : ft total, LY one HARDwired communication line shown. s are connected to relay /wiegand. access control system relay /wiegand relay /wiegand A second communication line can be added with same wiring limitations shown in examples if desired. ft ft ft address ft address ft ft address ft address address address Zone addresses can be used if desired. address ft Communication line to s are connected in parallel. Allows teeing of communication cable for optimal cable routing. All s are less than ft away from access control system. address Relay/Wiegand Note: Relay /wiegand MUST be connected to addresses thru. Relay /wiegand connects to addresses thru if that many s are desired. Example : ft total, LY one HARDwired communication line shown. s are connected to relay /wiegand. access control system relay /wiegand relay /wiegand ft Communication line to s are connected in parallel. Allows teeing of communication cable for optimal cable routing. A second communication line can be added with the same wiring limitations shown in examples if desired. address Zone addresses can be used if desired. ft ft ft address address ft address ft ft address farthest ft away address ft farthest ft address away farthest ft address away --R--

11 Example : ft total, LY one HARDwired communication line shown. s are connected to relay /wiegand. access control system relay /wiegand relay /wiegand A second communication line can be added with same wiring limitations shown in examples if desired. ft address address address address Quad Box ft Zone addresses can be used if desired. address address address address Quad Box farthest ft away Example : ft total, LY one HARDwired communication line shown. s maximum with Zones are connected to relay /wiegand. ft ft address ft address Zone es address All s are less than ft away from access control system. access control system relay /wiegand relay /wiegand A second communication line can be added with same wiring limitations shown in examples if desired. ft ft ft ft ft ft address address address address ft ft address ft address address address Zone es Communication line to s are connected in parallel. Allows teeing of communication cable for optimal cable routing. Wiring More Than s Note: Use conductor stranded with overall shield - gauge. LY use gauge when wiring more than s. DO T connect shield to - common. DO T use twisted pair. address farthest ft away Relay/Wiegand Note: Relay /wiegand MUST be connected to addresses thru. Relay /wiegand connects to addresses thru if that many s are desired. Example : ft total, LY one HARDwired communication line shown. s with Zones are connected to relay /wiegand. access control system relay /wiegand relay /wiegand A second communication line can be wired with the same wiring limitations shown in examples if desired. ft ft ft ft address address address Communication line to s are connected in parallel. Allows teeing of communication cable for optimal cable routing. Zone es Individual addresses can be used if desired. ft ft ft ft address address address Zone es Individual addresses can be used if desired. address more s can be connected to reley /wiegand communication line. farthest ft away address farthest ft away IMPORTANT Wireless communication maximum distances between the access control system and s will vary from the HARDwire run distances illustrated above. See the instruction sheets in the wireless kits and the Layout and Start-Up Procedure for the correct distances between the hardware when using wireless communication. --R--

12 . Single Enclosure Optional single enclosure (P/N -) provides a lockable, weather resistant housing for a single... Mounting Hole. Optional Screw On Antenna Mounts for wireless kits LY. Mount Mounting Hole... / Knock-outs Battery Back-Up Note: A VDC,. amp-hour battery (P/N -) can be used to supply back-up power to a single.. Quad Enclosure / Conduit Placement Important Wireless Note: DO T remove antenna plugs if T using a antenna that screws into the top of the enclosure for wireless communication. If using an external antenna for wireless communication that uses a coax cable, run it out of the BOTTOM of the enclosure. DO T run coax cable out of the top of the enclosure, it will leak and cause damage to the circuit. Optional quad box enclosure (P/N -) provides a lockable weather resistant housing for up to four () s. Includes four () terminals and four () convenience outlets for power transformers. You may power up to four () s from a Single. VAC, VA power transformer (P/N -). See section. for quad box wiring information. Mounting Hole Mount Mounting Hole Mount / / Mount Access Point Terminal Access Point Terminal Communication Lines Terminal () -Pin Terminals / knock-outs / Mount Access Point Terminal Access Point Terminal knock-outs / / Back of Housing / Conduit Conduit Placement Options / Conduit / Conduit / / Note: Remove convenience outlets power panel to access knock-outs and mounting hole. Mounting Hole Mounting Hole. Conduit Note: Conduit entering in back of housing... / Conduit Conduit Battery Back-Up Note: A VDC, amp-hour battery (P/N -) can be used to supply back-up power to four () s.. / / / knock-outs / / / Supply Ground VAC Input Power Wire (not supplied) Power Panel Connect VAC Power Remove power panel with screws. Connect White to White, Black to Black and Green to Supply Ground on quad box. --R--

13 . Single Enclosure with Card Reader Optional built-in wiegand card reader single enclosure provides a lockable, weather resistant, LED lighted housing for a single. Back Side Front Inside Enclosure Mounting Holes / Knock-out. Mount Mounting Note: Can be mounted on a DoorKing gooseneck mounting post... Built-In Card Reader with Lighting: DK Prox Reader - P/N - HID Reader - P/N - AWID Reader - P/N - Power Supply Note: The power supply that is supplied with the enclosure can also be used to power the. DO T connect to a receptacle controlled by a switch. Input: V Hz Output:. VAC VA Optional Antenna Mount Card Reader with Lighting SECTI - HARDWIRING Plan your HARDwire runs before starting the installation. Use proper wire for the wiegand lines, power wires, and be sure that the system is properly grounded. Check all local building ordinances and building codes prior to installing this system. Be sure your installation is in compliance with local codes.. General HARDwiring Information DO T connect power to a receptacle controlled by a switch. Use only the supplied power transformers (. VAC, VA) or UL listed equivalent to power the. You may power up to four () s from a single. VAC, VA power transformer. Use AWG wire for power wire runs up to feet. Use AWG wire for power wire runs up to feet. It is advisable to keep power wire runs as short as possible. Wire polarity does not matter. Do not power any other devices (electric strikes, magnetic locks) from the power transformer. These devices must be powered from their own power supply. Proper grounding of the system is required. To be effective, ground connections should be made with a minimum AWG wire with a ground point within -feet of the access control system. The ground point must be an electrical panel ground buss, a metallic cold water pipe that runs in the earth, or a grounding rod driven at least -feet into the soil. If there are several components in the access control system within close proximity to each other, you should consider using a single-point ground system. Check with your building department for specific grounding guidelines as soil conditions and grounding requirements differ depending on your geographical location. Surge suppressors can significantly reduce the chance of component failure because of static charges or surges. We recommend using both high and low voltage surge suppressors to help protect equipment from damage. High voltage suppressor P/N -; low voltage suppressor P/N -. A VDC, amp-hour battery (P/N -) can be used to supply back-up power to four () s. Use a VDC,. amp-hour battery (P/N -) to back-up a single. Battery back-up power is optional and not required for normal operation. Be sure to color code all wires. --R--

14 . es - Communication Line HARDwiring s can be connected to Relay /Wiegand. If more than s are desired, see next page. Maximum HARDwire run between s is ft total, but no more than ft between any two s or from the access control system. See section. DO T use twisted pair wire with wiegand output format. Auxiliary terminal power transformer on access control system must be connected. Otherwise, RS-, elevator control and wiegand inputs will not function. Proper grounding is required! Ground wire should be a minimum AWG. Important Wireless Note: Wireless kits ARE T RS Access Control wired like this. Refer to System wireless instructions with the wireless kits when using wireless communication. ELEVATOR Relay /Wiegand to Terminal Connection Numbers FEED BACK SPK VOL MIC VOL CLK SEN Auxiliary Terminal Auxiliary Terminal Black #-Com White #-Data Green #-Data Auxiliary Terminal Black #-Com White #-Data Green #-Data Main Terminal Brown #-Com Blue #-N.O. Terminal # # # Terminal # # When using multiple s: Terminal Terminal Red #-Busy # Central Office phone line - touch tone, loop start. RING MASTER KEYPAD C PHE CGND PSW MIC COM SPKR IMD VDC IMC Z A C RY C BAT AC AC Switch closure across terminals & will activate relay for its programmed strike time. Main Door/Gate Relay or Relay Main Terminal Important Note: Relay is used to control addresses -, Relay or Relay can be used as the Primary Relay that will open a visitor door or gate when the resident pushes on their telephone. Relay Brown # Blue # Relay Relay Relay Jumper set to Normally Open Com Aux Power Note: Terminals can be removed from for easy wiring. Wiegand s connected to Wiegand will activate Relay in the access control system. Red # # connects LY to s Blue # Brown # S GOOD Note: See section.-. to wire options. - Ground # Power # Power # Green # White # Black # Ground GA. Wire Notes: address must be set for EACH BOARD wired, see section.. Power, access control devices, door or gate control, aux and alarm outputs, door and reset switches, request to exit, etc. wiring is not shown, see section.-.. Gate operator data wiring is not shown, see section.. Busy # Communication line to additional s are connected in parallel. Allows teeing of communication cable for optimal cable routing. To es thru Power. VAC, VA Use conductor stranded with overall shield. - gauge. LY use gauge when wiring more than s. DO T connect shield to - common. DO T use twisted pair. --R--

15 . es - Communication Line HARDwiring Up to s connected to Relay /Wiegand THEN connect the next s to Relay /Wiegand. Maximum HARDwire run between s is ft total, but no more than ft between any two s or from the access control system. See section. DO T use twisted pair wire with wiegand output format. Auxiliary terminal power transformer on access conrol system must be connected. Otherwise, RS-, elevator control and wiegand inputs will not function. Proper grounding is required! Ground wire should be a minimum AWG. Note: Terminals can be removed from for easy wiring. RS Access Control System Wiegand s connected to Wiegand will activate Relay in the access control system. FEED BACK Central Office phone line - touch tone, loop start. SPK VOL MIC VOL RING CLK SEN MASTER KEYPAD PHE CGND PSW MIC COM SPKR IMD VDC IMC Z A C RY C BAT AC AC Switch closure across terminals & will activate relay for its programmed strike time. Main Door/Gate Relay Important Note: If both Relay and Relay are used to control s, Relay is used as the Primary Relay that will open a visitor door or gate when the resident pushes on their telephone. Relay C Relay ELEVATOR Notes: Relay address must be set for EACH Set Relay Jumper to Normally Open BOARD wired, see section.. Access control devices, door or gate control, aux and alarm outputs, door and reset switches, request to exit, etc. wiring is not shown, see section.-.. Gate operator data wiring is not shown, see section.. Relay Jumper Brown # Blue # Auxiliary Terminal Com Aux Power Important Wireless Note: Wireless kits ARE T wired like this. Refer to wireless instructions with the wireless kits when using wireless communication. Auxiliary Terminal Black #-Com White #-Data Green #-Data Auxiliary Terminal Black # White # Green # --R-- Red # # connects LY to s Blue # Brown # Wiegand Red # # connects LY to s Brown # Busy # Blue # WIEG TRUE MITOR S GOOD - Note: See section.-. to wire options. WIEG TRUE MITOR S GOOD - Green # Ground # Power # Power # To es thru To es thru See previous page and next page for additional wiring. White # Black # White # Green # Black # Ground GA. Wire See next page for additional wiring. Use conductor stranded with overall shield. - gauge. LY use gauge when wiring more than s. DO T connect shield to - common. DO T use twisted pair. Ground # Power # Power. VAC, VA Power # Ground Power

16 S GOOD S GOOD - S GOOD - S GOOD Zone es - S GOOD - S GOOD - S GOOD - - S GOOD Zone es S GOOD - S GOOD S GOOD - S GOOD Zone es - S GOOD - - S GOOD - S GOOD Zone es - S GOOD Zone es S GOOD - - S GOOD - S GOOD - S GOOD Zone es Zone es S GOOD Communication Lines (See section.) - es - MUST connect to Relay /Wiegand ( s MAX) - es - MUST connect to Relay /Wiegand ( s MAX) Zone es S GOOD - - S GOOD ELEVATOR S GOOD Red # - Busy Wiegand Wiegand BAT AC AC C RY C A Brown # - C Common Z C Relay Jumper MASTER KEYPAD CLK SEN MIC VOL SPK VOL RING Red # - Busy Communication Lines (See section.) R-- Important Wireless Note: Wireless kits ARE T wired like this. Refer to wireless instructions with the wireless kits when using wireless communication. Gate operator data wiring is not shown, see section.. Power, access control devices, door or gate control, alarm outputs, door and reset switches, request to exit, etc. wiring is not shown, see sections.-.. address must be set for EACH BOARD wired, Zone addresses MUST to be used when wiring more than s per relay/wiegand input, but Zones can be used when wiring more than one to a relay/wiegand input (See section.). addresses can vary from this illustration. Use conductor stranded with overall shield. - gauge. LY use gauge when wiring more than s, up to s maximum. DO T connect shield to - common. DO T use twisted pair. Terminal Connections: Red # - Busy (DO T connect to access control system) Blue # - Communication Relay Brown # - Common Black # - Communication Wiegand Common White # - Communication Wiegand Data Green # - Communication Wiegand Data Notes: Wiegand Wiegand Auxiliary Terminal Blue # - N.O. Relay Jumper set to Normally Open addresses - must be connected to Relay /Wiegand. addresses - must be connected to Relay /Wiegand. CGND PSW MIC COM SPKR IMD VDC IMC Blue # - RY N.O. Main Terminal Relay Brown # - C Common Access Control System Black #-Com White #-Data Green #-Data Black #-Com White #-Data Green #-Data Relay E. MAX s Communication Line HARDwiring

17 . Basic Wiring Options at Access Point Set Output Relay jumper on the to N.O. (Normally Open) when using fail-secure (electric strike) locking device. Set Output Relay jumper on the to N.C. (Normally Closed) when using fail-safe (magnetic lock) locking device. Set Output Relay jumper on the to N.O. (Normally Open) when using a gate operator. Card Reader Wiegand Access Control Device Note: If card reader has additional lighting for outdoor use, separate power must be provided. - conductor, stranded with overall shield, - gauge. ft max. DO T use twisted pair. #-Green = Data #-White = Data #-Black = Common #-Red = VDC Power Note: Input - #, #, #, # will accept most wiegand, and -bit access control devices. Two wiegand devices can be connected in parallel to these terminals if desired. The access control system will manage the two devices connected as if they were a single access control device. #-Card Reader LED or Beeper Control (Available on certain card readers) #-Common #-Request to Exit Input PUSH TO EXIT Request to Exit Note: Relay contact (-) is rated at A V maximum and can be set for Normally Open (N.O.) or Normally Closed (N.C.) operation. Terminals-# & # Output Relay Jumper MUST be set. See section.. DATA STATUS S GOOD Note: Terminals can be removed from for easy wiring. Gate Operator Control - This shows wiring to operate the gate operator LY. To wire gate operator to track and report data to the access control system, see your specific gate operator data wiring in section.. #-Output Relay #-Output Relay # - Ground Required # -. VAC Power # -. VAC Power DO T connect to a receptacle controlled by a switch. Wire polarity does not matter. Power. VAC, VA Required GA. Wire ft max GA. Wire ft max Door Control Electric strike Normally Open () Magnetic lock Normally Closed () Gate Operator connects to Terminals-# & # instead of door. Power for electric strike or magnetic lock is T provided by the system. Use separate UL listed power supply. OR OR OR Important Note: Communication line (sections.-.) and gate operator data wiring (section.) is T shown. Barrier Gate Operator Normally Open () Overhead Gate Operator Normally Open () Slide Gate Operator Normally Open () Swing Gate Operator Normally Open () --R--

18 . Alarm Wiring Options at Access Point Note: Relay contacts (-; -) are rated at A V maximum and can be set for Normally Open (N.O.) or Normally Closed (N.C.) operation. Terminals-# & # Aux Relay Jumper Terminals-# & # Alarm Relay Jumper Set Auxiliary Relay jumper typically (). #-Common Door Contact Switch Integral Mode (Programming Step ) Door Frame #-Door Ajar Input MUST be set. See section.. #-Reset Alarm Input DATA STATUS S GOOD Note: Terminals can be removed from for easy wiring. - Local Alarm #-Auxiliary Relay #-Auxiliary Relay #-Alarm Relay #-Alarm Relay # - Ground Required # -. VAC Power # -. VAC Power DO T connect to a receptacle controlled by a switch. Wire polarity does not matter. Power. VAC, VA Required GA. Wire ft max GA. Wire ft max Separate Alarm Power Dry relay contacts connect to existing alarm system. Set Alarm Relay jumper typically (). #-Alarm Relay #-Alarm Relay Door #-Common SPST () Com N.C. Magnet Switch Closed: Door Closed PRESS to External Alarm Reset Door Contact Switch Bypass Mode (Programming Step ) MUST be connected to existing alarm system. Door Frame SPST () Com N.C. Switch Open: Door Open Note: Input for door contact switch is factory set at for normally Open (Circuit Open - CO) but it can be set for normally Closed (Circuit Closed - CC) by programming step, set to if required. Important Note: Communication line (sections.-.) is T shown. Com SPST () N.C. Magnet SPST () Com N.C. Door Switch Closed: Door Closed Switch Open: Door Open --R--

19 . All Available Devices at Access Point Set Output Relay jumper on the to N.O. (Normally Open) when using fail-secure (electric strike) locking device. Set Output Relay jumper on the to N.C. (Normally Closed) when using fail-safe (magnetic lock) locking device. Set Output Relay jumper on the to N.O. (Normally Open) when using a gate operator. Card Reader Wiegand Access Control Device #-Green = Data #-White = Data #-Black = Common #-Red = VDC Power Note: Input - #, #, #, # will accept most wiegand, and -bit access control devices. Two wiegand devices can be connected in parallel to these terminals if desired. The access control system will manage the two devices connected as if they were a single access control device. #-Common Com Note: If card reader has additional lighting for outdoor use, separate power must be provided. #-Card Reader LED or Beeper Control (Available on certain card readers) - conductor, stranded with overall shield, - gauge. ft max. DO T use twisted pair. Door Contact Switch Integral Mode shown (See previous page) SPST () Door Frame N.C. Magnet Door #-Door Ajar Input Switch Closed: Door Closed Terminals-# & # Aux Relay Jumper Terminals-# & # Alarm Relay Jumper Terminals-# & # Output Relay Jumper MUST be set. See section.. #-Request to Exit Input #-Reset Alarm Input PRESS DATA to STATUS External Alarm Reset S GOOD Note: Terminals can be removed from for easy wiring. #-Common PUSH TO EXIT Request to Exit - Gate Operator Control Note: Relay contacts (-; -; -) are rated at A V maximum and can be set for Normally Open (N.O.) or Normally Closed (N.C.) operation. Local Alarm #-Auxiliary Relay #-Auxiliary Relay #-Alarm Relay #-Alarm Relay #-Output Relay #-Output Relay :. Amp/Hour Battery Optional # - Battery Back-Up (-) # - Battery Back-Up (+) # - Ground Required # -. VAC Power # -. VAC Power DO T connect to a receptacle controlled by a switch. Wire polarity does not matter. Door Control This shows wiring to operate the gate operator LY. To wire gate operator to track and report data to the access control system, see your specific gate operator data wiring in section.. Power. VAC, VA Required GA. Wire ft max GA. Wire ft max Electric strike Normally Open () Magnetic lock Normally Closed () Set Auxiliary Relay jumper typically (). Separate Alarm Power Dry relay contacts connect to existing alarm system. Set Alarm Relay jumper typically (). Gate Operator connects to Terminals-# & # instead of door. Power for electric strike or magnetic lock is T provided by the system. Use separate UL listed power supply. SPST () Com N.C. Switch Open: Door Open OR OR OR Important Note: Communication line (sections.-.) and gate operator data wiring (section.) is T shown. Barrier Gate Operator Normally Open () Overhead Gate Operator Normally Open () Slide Gate Operator Normally Open () Swing Gate Operator Normally Open () --R--

20 . Typical Dual Mode Wiring at Access Points One can be programmed (step, set to ) to control s. The address number that has been physically set on the and the NEXT sequential address number will control the s. When the access device (Card Reader) gets activated from Access point and access is granted or denied, the will then automatically send out the same access device information to the next sequential address number (Access Point ) to grant or deny access to the second. The system relays will be identified in DKS Remote Account Manager software as the address setting for Access Point and address setting plus for Access point. Card Reader Wiegand Access Control Device #-Card Reader LED or Beeper Control (Available on certain card readers) Note: If card reader has additional lighting for outdoor use, separate power must be provided. - conductor, stranded with overall shield, - gauge. ft max. DO T use twisted pair. #-Green = Data #-White = Data #-Black = Common #-Red = VDC Power Note: Input - #, #, #, # will accept most wiegand, and -bit access control devices. Two wiegand devices can be connected in parallel to these terminals if desired. The access control system will manage the two devices connected as if they were a single access control device. #-Request to Exit Input for second Door #-Common PUSH TO EXIT Request to Exit Access Point Terminals-# & # Aux Relay Jumper Terminals-# & # Output Relay Jumper MUST be set. See section.. #-Request to Exit Input #-Common Request to Exit Note: No alarm functions No door ajar functions PUSH TO EXIT Request to Exit Access Point Gate Operator Normally Open (). Gate Operator connects to Terminals-# & # instead of door. SOFTWARE INSTALLED DATA STATUS S GOOD Gate Operator Normally Open (). Gate Operator connects to Terminals-# & # instead of door. Gate Operator Control - Gate Operator Control OR OR Door Control Electric strike Normally Open () Magnetic lock Normally Closed () Access Point Setting Plus in DKS Remote Account Manager Software Note: Terminals can be removed from for easy wiring. #-Aux Relay #-Aux Relay #-Output Relay #-Output Relay # - Ground Required # -. VAC Power # -. VAC Power DO T connect to a receptacle controlled by a switch. Wire polarity does not matter. Power. VAC, VA Required GA. Wire ft max GA. Wire ft max Door Control Electric strike Normally Open () Magnetic lock Normally Closed () Power for electric strike or magnetic lock is T provided by the system. Use separate UL listed power supply. Power for electric strike or magnetic lock is T provided by the system. Use separate UL listed power supply. Important Note: Communication line (sections.-.) and gate operator data wiring (section.) is T shown. Access Point Setting in DKS Remote Account Manager Software --R--

21 . Quad Box Wiring S GOOD - Important Note: VAC convience outlets power wiring for quad box (section.) is T shown. S GOOD - Sample Wiring Each of the s are wired to their own Access Point Terminal and all are wired to the Communication Lines and Power Terminal. S GOOD - S GOOD - Communication Lines and Power Terminal #-Red Busy DO T wire to access control system #-Black Communication Com #-White Communication Data #-Green Communication Data #-Blue Relay Input #-Brown Relay Input Com #-. VAC #-. VAC Red Black White Green Card Reader #-Green #-White #-Black #-Red Access Point Terminal #-Green Data #-White Data #-Black Common #-Red VDC #-Door Ajar Input #-Request to Exit #-Output Relay #-Output Relay From Card Reader #-Common #-Door Ajar Input From Door Lock Magnetic Contact Switch Door Ajar Input #-Request to Exit #-Common Access Point Terminal #-Output Relay #-Output Relay PUSH TO EXIT Request to Exit Button DO T connect to a receptacle controlled by a switch. Wire polarity does not matter. s Power. VAC, VA Required GA. Wire ft max GA. Wire ft max To DoorKing Access Control System Important Note: Gate operator data wiring (section.) is T shown. Door Lock Electric strike Normally Open () Magnetic lock Normally Closed () Access Point Terminal Access Point Terminal #-Green Data #-White Data #-Black Common #-Red VDC #-Door Ajar Input #-Request to Exit #-Output Relay #-Output Relay From Card Reader #-Green Data #-White Data #-Black Common #-Red VDC #-Door Ajar Input #-Request to Exit #-Output Relay #-Output Relay From Card Reader From Door Lock From Door Lock --R--

22 . Gate Operator Data Wiring - Optional Control Wiring Each can report data about gate operators SPECIFIC activity to the access control system. Two () DoorKing gate operators; a slide, swing or overhead gate operator and a barrier gate operator can be Tracked. See section. for a list of the events that can be reported (Tracked). The gate operators can also be controlled (Opened and closed) if desired by wiring the red dashed wires along with the black wires in the diagrams. Choose your specific gate operator model from the diagrams shown on the next pages. Only DoorKing gate operators shown in the diagrams will function. DO T wire the to a third party gate operator.,, Barrier Gate Operators From Data From Busy From Com Output Relay Jumper S GOOD - Dashed lines are LY required if the is to RAISE the barrier arm when a valid access code has been received (Output relay jumper is set to normally open). UP LOOP Data Terminal - Data - Busy - Com - REVERSE SENSITIVITY POWER TIME DELAY DOWN LOOP Black lines are for gate operator data wiring LY. Use conductor, stranded with overall shield. - gauge. DO T use twisted pair. Overhead Gate Operator Output Relay Jumper Jumper - S GOOD - Dashed lines are LY required if the is to OPEN the vehicular overhead gate when a valid access code has been received (Output relay jumper is set to normally open). - GATE FORCED REVERSE LOOP REV SENSE OPEN REV SENSE CLOSE TIME DELAY LIMIT LIMIT PART EXIT LOOP Black lines are for gate operator data wiring LY. Use conductor, stranded with overall shield. - gauge. DO T use twisted pair. --R--

23 ,, Swing Gate Operators Output Relay Jumper S GOOD - Black lines are for gate operator data wiring LY. Dashed lines are LY required if the is to OPEN the vehicular gate when a valid access code has been received (Output relay jumper is set to normally open). Use conductor, stranded with overall shield. - gauge. DO T use twisted pair. - Auxiliary Terminal, Slide Gate Operators Output Relay Jumper S GOOD - Jumper - Black lines are for gate operator data wiring LY. Dashed lines are LY required if the is to OPEN the vehicular gate when a valid access code has been received (Output relay jumper is set to normally open). Use conductor, stranded with overall shield. - gauge. DO T use twisted pair. KEY SWITCH EXIT LOOP - SW SW OPEN TIMER REVERSE SENSITIVITY REVERSE LOOP --R--

24 Series, Slide Gate Operators Output Relay Jumper S GOOD - Jumper - Dashed lines are LY required if the is to OPEN the vehicular gate when a valid access code has been received (Output relay jumper is set to normally open). P P P - - REVERSE LOOP REV SENSE OPEN REV SENSE CLOSE TIME DELAY LMT LMT EXIT LOOP Black lines are for gate operator data wiring LY. Use conductor, stranded with overall shield. - gauge. DO T use twisted pair. Series Swing Gate Operators, Slide Gate Operators Output Relay Jumper S GOOD - Jumper - Dashed lines are LY required if the is to OPEN the vehicular gate when a valid access code has been received (Output relay jumper is set to normally open). - REVERSE LOOP REV SENSE SECDARY REV SENSE PRIMARY TIME DELAY SW EXIT LOOP SW P P SELF TEST Black lines are for gate operator data wiring LY. Use conductor, stranded with overall shield. - gauge. DO T use twisted pair. --R--

25 SECTI - PROGRAMMING Before beginning any programming, the MUST be completely wired and the MUST have power.. LED and Button Descriptions - Not used when is HARDwired. Used with wireles communication LY (see wireless kit for more information). Gate Operator Data Input - Blinks red when operator data is sent. Gate Operator Data Output - Blinks red when operator data is received. Gate Operator Data Input - Blinks red when operator data is sent. Gate Operator Data Output - Blinks red when operator data is received. Wiegand Access Control Device Wiegand Data - Blinks red when wiegand data is sent. Wiegand Data - Blinks red when wiegand data is sent. Communication Busy Line - Turns when relay/wiegand data is sent/received acrossed the Communication Line. LED DOES T function when using wireless. Communication Relay Input - Blinks red when open command is received. LED DOES T function when using wireless. DATA STATUS S GOOD DATA STATUS S GOOD These LEDs are Not used when is HARDwired. Used with wireles communication LY (see wireless kit for more information). - Wiegand Output - Blinks red when wiegand data is sent. LED DOES T function when using wireless. Button Resets after adjustments have been made.. Programming LED Display Press buttons or button to activate LED display. Programming Buttons Basic Programming Sequence on EACH IMPORTANT Display Decimal Point Note When decimal point is displayed: Indicates you are SELECTING a program step. When decimal point is T displayed: Indicates you are IN a program step. Follow these basic steps to perform desired programming, See programming options table for PROGRAM STEPS on next pages. EACH in the system MUST be physically programmed.. Press arrow buttons or button to ACTIVATE LED display.. Press arrow buttons again to SELECT desired PROGRAM STEP.. Press button to ER desired PROGRAM STEP. (LED display number will blink after button has been pressed).. Press arrow buttons to select SELECTI NUMBER for desired program step.. Press button to program SELECTI NUMBER for desired program step. (Function has now been programmed into ).. Press button again to exit programming OR after seconds, will automatically exit programming. Note: Repeat these steps for all other desired programming functions for THIS. Each will have to be INDIVIDUALLY programmed with desired functions. --R--

26 Programming Options on EACH Select desired program steps and PHYSICALLY program EACH being used with the access control system. Basic programming sequence on EACH on previous page explains how to program the functions into the. Program Step Description Door Strike Timer Free Exit Timer, Strike Time Door Ajar Timer Aux Relay Timer Free Exit Timer, Aux Relay Free Exit, No Strike Not Used Door Switch Logic Auto Relock Beeper / LED Hold Open Hold Open or Hold Egress functions Dual Door Mode Not Used Not Used Aux Relay Functions Options or or or or or - Selection Number Function Sets Strike Time for output relay (term & ). second strike time Strike time in -second increments Set Strike Time for RX (Request to Exit) of output relay (input at term ). second Egress Strike time Egress Strike time in -second increments Timer starts when valid access has been granted. second Door Ajar Timer Timer set in -second increments: = seconds, = seconds Timer setting for Aux Relay activation in -second increments second Door Ajar Timer Timer set in -second increments: = seconds, = seconds Set Strike Time for RX of Aux relay (LY available if Dual Door Mode step is ). second Egress Strike time Egress Strike time in -second increments Set RX (Request to Exit) function. Activate Output Relay or do not Activate Output Relay Do Not Activate Output Relay or Reader Beeper/LED when RX input is received Activate Output Relay and Reader Beeper/LED for Free Exit Strike Time when RX received Sets type of Door Switch contacts N.O. contact from door switch with Door Closed (Circuit Open - CO) N.C. contact from door switch with Door Closed (Circuit Close - CC) Turns on Auto Relock function (not available if Dual Door Mode, step is ) Output Relay is activated for Strike Time Door Contact Switch required. If door returns to closed position during Strike Time door will relock after second, even if strike time has not expired. Sets how BEEPER or LED will function during Hold Open When Hold Open occurs, Beeper or LED is active only during Strike Timer When Hold Open occurs, Beeper or LED will remain active during Hold Open Sets how Aux & Alarm Relay responds during Hold Open or Hold Egress situation No Aux Relay functions. Alarm will be in Reset. If Alarm Relay is set for integral mode, Alarm relay will not activate. If Alarm Relay set for Bypass mode, Alarm Relay will activate for Hold Open period or Extended Egress Hold. Aux Relay will function for all settings. If Alarm Relay is set for integral mode, Alarm relay will not activate. If Alarm Relay set for Bypass mode, Alarm Relay will activate for Hold Open period or Extended Egress Hold. Sets to function as Access Points ( addresses) Disabled, functions as single Dual Mode: functions as set address and next sequential address Card Read will be sent to controller as set address, access is granted or denied Card then sent as set address +, access granted or denied. Aux Relay becomes nd output relay. All other Aux Relay functions disabled. Door Contact switch becomes RX for nd address. Sets function for Aux Relay Aux Relay Disabled No Door Ajar Timer: Requires Door Contact Switch. Aux Relay activates when Door Not Closed. No Door Ajar Timer, Pulse: Requires Door Contact Switch. Aux Relay pulses when Door Not Closed. Door Ajar Timer: Requires Door Contact Switch. When door opens, start Door Ajar Timer. When timer expires Aux Relay activates for Aux Relay timer or until door closes, whichever occurs first. Door Ajar Timer, Pulse: Requires Door Contact Switch. When door opens, start Door Ajar Timer. When timer expires Aux Relay Pulses for Aux Relay timer or until door closes, whichever occurs first. Door Ajar, Pulse warning the : Requires Door Contact Switch. When door opens, Pulse Aux Relay and start Door Ajar Timer. When timer expires Aux Relay for Aux Relay timer or until door closes, whichever occurs first. Door opens for any reason, Start Door Ajar timer and pulse Aux Relay. When Door Ajar timer expires, start Aux Timer and continue Pulsing Aux Relay. When Door Closes or both timers expire, turn off Aux Relay. Factory Default : second : second : secs : secs : second : Activate : N.O. : Disabled : : No Relay Function : Disabled : Disabled --R--

27 Aux Relay Functions Alarm Relay Functions Door Operation Note: PROPER Condition: The access control system OR request to exit device HAS activated the on the and the door contact switch is CLOSED (Door is OPEN). This indicates that the door has been PROPERLY OPENED. FORCED Condition: The access control system OR request to exit device has T activated the on the and the door contact switch is CLOSED (Door is OPEN). This indicates that the door has been FORCED OPENED. Not Used Not Used Reset to Factory Defaults View POT Setting View Signal Loss Card Code Forwarding - - Aux Relay as nd Alarm Relay. Aux Relay will mirror Alarm Relay functions. Aux Relay as nd Alarm Relay, PULSE. Aux relay will Pulse during any Alarm Relay activation. Good Card: Aux Relay will activate for Aux Relay timer for any Access Granted Card Any Card: Aux Relay will activate for Aux Relay Timer when any card has been presented. Bad Card: Aux Relay will activate for Aux Relay timer when a card has been denied Warn before Hold Open or Release of Hold Open: Aux relay will activate for Aux Relay timer when scheduled Hold Open begins or ends. Output Relay will be delayed until Aux Timer expires. Do not set Aux Timer above seconds in this mode. Sets function for Alarm Relay Aux Relay Disabled Bypass Mode: Alarm Relay provides Bypass to Alarm Door Switch. With proper door input (access or egress) activate Alarm Relay, start Strike timer and Door Ajar timer. When Door Ajar timer expires, deactivate Alarm Relay. If second Door Contact Switch is provided, generate transaction for Door Ajar and Door Closed following Door Forced condition. Also generate transaction for Door Forced condition. Integral Mode, Door Ajar Timer: Door Contact Switch connected to, Alarm Relay provides connection directly to Alarm System. When door is opened for any reason, start Door Ajar timer. When Door Ajar timer expires and Door is still OPEN, activate Alarm Relay. Reset when door closes. Send Door Ajar and Door Close transactions. Integral Mode, Proper and Forced condition: Door Contact Switch connected to, Alarm Relay provides connection directly to Alarm System. With proper door input (access or egress) start Strike timer and Door Ajar timer. When Door Ajar timer expires and Door is still OPEN, activate Alarm Relay. Reset when door closes. If door is opened without proper condition, activate alarm relay. When door closes deactivate Alarm Relay. Send Door Ajar, Door Close and Door Forced transactions. Gate Alarm Function: Alarm Relay will activate for second when receives a Gate Forced or Gate Obstructed transaction from the operator control. Sets all parameters to Factory Default Adjustable Sets maximum amount of allowable signal strength loss LED Display Displays current signal loss between Base and. Sets Wireless to act as Repeater LY USE AS DIRECTED BY DOORKING TECH SUPPORT or Repeater Mode Repeater Mode Error codes on LED Displays for Base Station and : Disabled : Disabled E - Relay connected to -pin terminal pins & is on for more than seconds. Relay in should be set for seconds (. second strike time) E - Relay connected to -pin terminal pins & is on for more than seconds. Relay in should be set for seconds (. second strike time) CO - One or more non-paired remotes has been detected but base unit's PAIRED switch is on. A - address is invalid for. address is improperly set as,, or. A - Dual Mode - Bad, or not allowed. Rev-E -- : Off --R--

28 . Programming Step Descriptions Program Step : Door Strike Timer Sets the amount of time the door lock will remain unlock after the Output Relay has been activated (Terminals & ). Program Step : Free Exit Timer, Strike Time Sets the amount of time the door lock will remain unlock after the Request to Exit has been activated (Input at terminal ). Program Step : Door Ajar Timer Sets the amount of time the door contact switch (Input at terminal ) can remain open until terminals & (Aux relay) and & (Alarm relay) will be activated. Timer will start after a valid access and egress has been granted. Program Step : Aux Relay Timer Sets the amount of time the aux relay will activate terminals &. Timer will start after a valid access and egress has been granted. Program Step : Free Exit Timer, Aux Relay Sets the amount of time the aux relay will activate terminals & upon Request to Exit. This feature can LY be used when using step (Dual Door Mode). Program Step : Not Used Program Step : Not Used Program Step : Door Contact Switch Logic Sets how the door contact switch will operate. Normally Open ()/Circuit Open (CO) is typically used (Factory default setting of ). Normally Closed ()/Circuit Closed (CC) can be used if required (set to ). Program Step : Auto Relock When turned on (set to ), will relock the door second after door returns to closed position, even if the strike timer has not timed out. The alarm relay and aux relay will T reset after door returns to closed position. A door contact switch is required for this feature. This feature cannot be used when using step (Dual Mode). Program Step : Beeper / LED Hold Open Sets how the card reader s beeper or LED will respond when the door is held open longer than the programmed strike time. When turned on (set to ), will activate card reader s beeper or LED on after strike timer has timed out. Program Step : Hold Open or Hold Egress Functions When set to, Aux relay will T function. Alarm relay will Reset and if it is set for Integral mode (step ), it will T activate. If the Alarm relay is set for Bypass mode (step ), it will activate after the Hold Open (Entry) or Hold Egress (Exit) timer has timed out. When set to, Aux relay will function normally. Alarm relay set for Integral mode (step ) will T activate. If the Alarm relay is set for Bypass mode (step ), it will activate after the Hold Open (Entry) or Hold Egress (Exit) timer has timed out. Program Step : Dual Door Mode When turned on (set to ), one will control s using the address number that has been physically set on the and the next sequential address number after that. When the access device gets activated from the physically set address number and access is granted or denied, the will then automatically send out the same access device information to the next sequential address number to grant or deny access to the second. See section. for wiring. Program Step : Not Used Program Step : Not Used --R--

29 . Programming Step Descriptions Continued Program Step : Aux Relay Functions Sets how the Aux relay will function (Terminals & ). Set to, Aux relay is disabled. Set to, No door ajar timer has been set. Requires a door contact switch. Aux relay will activate when door is not closed. Set to, No door ajar timer has been set. Requires a door contact switch. Aux relay will pulse on and off when door is not closed. Set to, Door ajar timer has been set. Requires a door contact switch. When door opens, door ajar timer starts. After timer expires, Aux relay will activate for the Aux relay timer setting (step ) or until door closes, which ever occurs first. Set to, Door ajar timer has been set. Requires a door contact switch. When door opens, door ajar timer starts. After timer expires, Aux relay pulses on and off for the Aux relay timer setting (step ) or until door closes, which ever occurs first. Set to, Door Ajar timer Pulse Warning. Requires a door contact switch. When door opens, door ajar timer starts and Aux relay pulses on and off. After door ajar timer times out, Aux relay activates for the Aux relay timer setting (step ) or until door closes, which ever occurs first. Set to, Door Ajar timer Pulse continuously. Requires a door contact switch. When door opens, door ajar timer starts and Aux relay pulses on and off. After door ajar timer times out, Aux relay continues to pulse on and off for the Aux relay timer setting (step ) or until door closes, which ever occurs first. Set to, Aux relay is used as a second Alarm relay and will activate whenever the Alarm relay is activated. Set to, Aux relay is used as a second Alarm relay and will pulse on and off whenever the Alarm relay is activated. Set to, Good Card. Aux relay will activate for the Aux relay timer setting (step ) when access is granted. Set to, Bad Card. Aux relay will activate for the Aux relay timer setting (step ) when access is denied. Set to, Any Card. Aux relay will activate for the Aux relay timer setting (step ) when any card is presented. Set to, Warn before starting Hold Open and ending of Hold Open. Aux relay will activate for the Aux relay timer set duration (step ) before a scheduled hold open starts and then again when a hold open schedule is about to end. Step MUST T be set for more than seconds. Program Step : Alarm Relay Functions Sets how the Alarm relay will function (Terminals & ). Note: Not all steps require a door contact switch wired to function. Door Operation Note: PROPER Condition: The access control system OR request to exit device HAS activated the Output Relay on the and the door contact switch is opened (Door is OPEN). This indicates that the door has been PROPERLY opened. FORCED Condition: The access control system OR request to exit device has T activated the Output Relay on the and the door contact switch is opened (Door is OPEN). This indicates that the door has been FORCED opened. Set to, Alarm relay is disabled. Set to, Bypass Mode. Alarm Relay provides Bypass to Alarm the Door Contact Switch to the existing alarm system but it MUST be wired as shown below. When door is opened under PROPER condition, Alarm relay will activate. Strike timer starts and Door ajar timer starts. When Door ajar timer times out, alarm relay will deactivate. If a second Door Contact Switch is provided and wired as shown below (Integral), generates event transactions for Door Ajar and Door Closed following Door Forced condition. It will also generate a event transaction for Door Forced condition. #-Com Integral Mode Wiring Com SPST () N.C. Magnet SPST () Com N.C. #-Door Ajar Input Optional Switch Closed: Door Closed Optional Switch Open: Door Open S GOOD - Note: Switch can be used in ByPass Mode. It is Mandatory in Integral Mode. Set Alarm Relay jumper typically (). #-Alarm Relay #-Alarm Relay Bypass Mode allows for continual door security in the case of power failure at the and/or access control system when no battery back-up power is used. Door Contact Switch MUST be Wired to Alarm Relay for BYPASS MODE Dry relay contacts connect to existing alarm system. Bypass Mode Wiring SPST () SPST () Com N.C. Switch Closed: Door Closed Switch Open: Door Open --R-- Com N.C. Magnet Alarm relay functions program step continued on next page. Door Contact Switch N.O. (Factory default setting of in program step ) Door Frame Door Switch Switch Optional

30 . Programming Step Descriptions Continued Program Step : Alarm Relay Functions Continued Set to, Integral Mode Door Ajar Timer. Door contact switch (Input at terminal ) connected to (see previous page for wiring). When door is opened, Door Ajar timer starts (step ). If door is still open when door ajar timer times out, alarm relay will activate. Alarm relay will reset when door closes. Door Ajar and Door Close event transactions will be sent from to access control system. Set to, Integral Mode Proper and Forced Condition. Door contact switch (Input at terminal ) connected to. Alarm Relay provides connection directly to Alarm System. If door is still open when door ajar timer times out, alarm relay will activate. Alarm relay will reset when door closes. If door is opened without Proper condition (see previous page), alarm relay will activate. Alarm Relay deactivates when door closes. sends Door Ajar, Door Close and Door Forced event transactions to access control system. Set to, Gate Alarm Function. Alarm Relay will activate for second when receives a Gate Forced or Gate Obstructed transaction from the gate operator control (DoorKing gate operators LY). Program Step : Not Used Program Step : Not Used Program Step : Reset to Factory Defaults Sets all parameters to Factory Defaults (See table on page and for factory default settings). Program Step : Display Range Setting (Wireless LY) Sets the maximum amount of allowable signal strength loss between the wireless and the wireless base (LY works on WIRELESS ). Program Step : Display Signal Loss (Wireless LY) Displays current signal loss between the wireless and the wireless base (LY works on WIRELESS ). Program Step : Card Code Forwarding, as Repeater (Wireless LY) LY USE THIS FEATURE AS DIRECTED BY DOORKING TECH SUPPORT. Sets wireless to operate as a wireless repeater and forward card codes (access codes) to the next in the wireless system when the wireless signal range needs to be extended (LY works on WIRELESS ). --R--

31 SECTI - TROUBLESHOOTING Before beginning any troubleshooting, check all wiring and look for any loose connections. Double check your wiring! The in some applications may have over wires connected directly to the terminal strips. Be sure that you have a good VOM (Volt-Ohm-Meter) to assist you when checking voltages and continuity. Check the programming to be sure that the is setup to operate as desired. If more that one is connected in the system, be sure the addresses are set correctly. Be sure that the is powered ( VAC, VA). The LEDs should be when power is applied to the. Battery back-up may be connected to the as shown in section... Wiegand Device Data The wiegand device (card reader, receiver, digital, etc.) must output data in the,, -bit wiegand format. The is not capable of receiving any other wiegand format. The wiegand device must be connected to terminals #-#-#-# as described in section. of this manual. Two wiegand devices may be connected in parallel to the wiegand input on the. Be aware that both devices will appear to the access control system and the Remote Account Manager software as the same device. Power for the wiegand devices is provided on terminals # (common) and # (+ to + VDC). To check this power:. Set your VOM to the -volt DC range.. Connect the positive lead (red) to # and the negative lead (black) to #. The meter should indicate + to + volts DC. The outputs data on terminals #-#-#. When the is sending data to the access control system on these lines, the LED near these terminals will light. The voltage to operate these terminals comes from the access control system. Normal voltage on these terminals is +. to + volts DC. To check this voltage:. Set your VOM to the -volt DC range.. Connect the negative (black) lead to # and then check # and # with the positive (red) lead. The meter should indicate +. to + volts DC. The data from the wiegand devices is inputed to the on terminals # and #. The normal voltage for these terminals are +. to + volts DC. This can be checked by connecting the negative (black) lead of your meter to # and then checking for voltage with the positive (red) lead on terminals # and #. When a wiegand device sends data to the on terminals # and #, the LED's associated with these terminals will flash. These flashes are very fast and may be difficult to see. If a,, -bit wiegand input is received, the makes the lines on terminals # and # busy to prevent the gate operators from sending any transactions. It then checks for a busy signal on terminal #. If this pin is not busy, the will make this pin busy itself and then wiegand out the data to the access control system (If terminal # is busy, the simply waits for this terminal to go un-busy and then sends the data). After the sends the data, it will wait for a reply from the access control system (The wiegand output LED will flash when the data is sent to the access control system). Once the data is received by the access control system, the access control system will make the decision to grant or deny access. If the decision is to deny access, the will release the busy signal on terminal #, and will not activate it s output relay. If the decision is to grant access, the access control system will activate its relay, which causes the to activate its output relay, and then releases the busy signal on terminal # allowing other s to communicate with the access control system. The above operating sequence takes place in less than one second. In applications where the system is operating at its maximum ( s), and in the unlikely event that all devices are activated at precisely the same moment in time, there could be a delay of a few seconds for the last to activate its output relay if the access control system decides to grant access to the person using the device connected to this. --R--

32 . Gate Operator Data Be sure that the gate operator has Gate capability. This can be determined by checking the revision letter of the control in the operator. Gate operator control s with Gate capability are listed below. - Rev A or higher. overhead gate operator - Rev A or higher, slide gate operators - Rev A or higher. swing and slide gate operators - Rev A or higher.,, swing gate operators - Rev A or higher., slide gate operators - Rev Q or higher.,, barrier gate operators If the control that you are working with has a lower revision letter than those listed above, the control does not have the capability to send operator data to the. The Gate outputs from the,,, and control s must be wired to terminal #, # #. Gate outputs from the control must be wired to terminals #, #, #. Normal voltage at terminals #, #, #, # is - to - VDC. To check this:. Set your VOM to the -volt DC range.. Connect the positive lead (red) to terminal #, then touch the negative lead (black) to terminals #-#-#-#. Each should indicate to volts on your meter. Note: the meter reading is actually a negative voltage because the positive lead of your meter is connected to a common point (terminal #). If you reverse the meter leads, the needle should move off scale to the left indicating a negative voltage.. As the is receiving data from the gate operator on terminals # or #, the LED's associated with these terminals will light and the voltage on terminals # or # will go positive. Note: the transfer of data from the gate operator to the is extremely fast. It may be difficult to see the LED's light and unless you have a very good digital type meter, measuring the voltage change from negative to positive will be very difficult.. The will send a busy signal back to the gate operator on terminals # or #. When this happens, the LED's associated with these terminals will light and the voltage on terminals # or # will go positive. Note: the busy signal from the to the gate operator is extremely fast. It may be difficult to see the LED's light and unless you have a very good digital type meter, measuring the voltage change from negative to positive will be very difficult.. After the has received the data from the gate operator, it will send the data to the access control system. When this happens, the wiegand output LED (terminal # LED) will light, and the busy LED (terminal # LED) will light. After the data has been sent, these LED's will turn.. The cannot receive any data if the busy LED (terminal # LED) is. --R--

33 . Gate Operator Event (transaction) Reports The interface sends the following gate operator data to the DKS access control system. This data is stored in a separate file in the access control system and can be viewed by clicking the GATE button on the transaction report screen in the DoorKing Remote Account Manager for Windows software. Each event is date and time stamped. Event (transaction) Gate Operate Times Gate Forced Gate Hit Obstruction Gate Power On Gate Key On Minutes Gate Key On Minutes Gate Reverse On Minutes Gate / On Minutes Gate Input On Minutes Rels Gate Stop On Minutes Gate Reverse Loop On Minutes Gate Exit Loop On Minutes Up On Minutes Down On Minutes Up Loop On Minutes Up Loop Down Minutes Power On Input On Minutes Rels Pedestrian Gate Stuck Open Pedestrian Gate Closed Hit Obstruction Gate Open On Minutes Gate Close On Minutes Gate Power Off Power Off Open Beam On Minutes Close Beam On Minutes Open Edge Activated Close Edge Activated Gate Shut Down Reset Pushed Alarm On Reset Pushed Beam On Minutes Description Transaction sent each time gate operator goes through operations. If of these transactions show on report, the operator has cycled ( x ) times. An attempt was made to force open the gate. The Type A (inherent) entrapment prevention device was activated. Power applied to the operator control. Input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least -minutes. Input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least -minutes. Reverse input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least -minutes. Partial open input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least -minutes. Shorted input has been cleared. Stop (-button) input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least -minutes. Detector plugged into control reverse port activated at least -minutes. Detector plugged into control open port activated at least -minutes. Up input to / operator activated continuously for at least -minutes. Down input to / operator activated continuously for at least -minutes. Detector plugged into control up port activated at least -minutes. Detector plugged into control down port activated at least -minutes. Power applied to the operator control. Shorted input has been cleared. Alarm relay activated on. Alarm reset activated on. The Type A (inherent) entrapment prevention device was activated. Open (-button) input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least -minutes. Close (-button) input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least -minutes. Power applied to the operator control has been lost. Power applied to the operator control has been lost. Input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least -minutes. Input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least -minutes. Reverse edge has been activated. Reverse edge has been activated. Slide gate hard shutdown, entrapment alarm activated. Slide gate reset button activated. Swing gate hard shutdown, entrapment alarm activated. Swing gate reset button activated. Swing gate beam input is activated continuously (shorted) for at least -minutes. --R--

34 . Complete System Information Filling out this form will allow you to better keep track of the entire system at a glance. This will assist you when programming the system and/or any maintenance information about the system that may be required in the future. # # - # Location and/or Description Relay / Wiegand Access Control System Connection Serial # and Rev Letter # - # Relay / Wiegand Access Control System Connection --R--

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