Select Engineered Systems CATDR4 Installation Setup Manual

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Cat series 4 entrance expansion module

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August, 1999

Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module

Installation / Setup Manual CATDR4

Select Engineered Systems, Inc.

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CAT Series Auxiliary 4 Reader Module

Y2K Compliance Statement Cat Series Control Access Equipment is designed to be used prior to, during, and after the calendar year 2000 A.D., and Cat Series Control Access Equipment will operate during each such time period without error relating to date data, specifically including any error relating to, or the product of, date data which represents or references different centuries or more than one century. Cat Series Control Access Equipment will not abnormally end or provide invalid or incorrect results as a result of date data, specifically including date data which represents or references different centuries or more than one century; Cat Series Control Access Equipment has been designed to ensure year 2000 compatibility, including, but not limited to, date data century recognition, calculations which accommodate same century and multi-century formulas and date values, and date data interface values that reflect the century; This statement should not be taken to mean that Cat Series Control Access Equipment corrects any errors generated by your computer, it’s BIOS (Basic In Out System), or your operating system or any other program or auxillary equipment attached to the Cat Series Control Access Equipment that you have or use. Definitions Four Digit Year Format shall mean a format that allows entry or processing of a four digit year date: the first two digits will designate the century and the second two digits shall designate the year within the century. As an example, 1996 shall mean the 96th year of the 20th century. Leap Year shall mean the year during which an extra day is added in February (February 29th). Leap Year occurs in all years divisible by 400 or evenly divisible by 4 and not evenly divisible by 100. For example, 1996 is a Leap Year since it is divisible by 4 and not evenly divisible by 100. 2000 is a Leap Year since it is divisible by 400. Year 2000 Compliant shall mean that the data outside of the range 1990-1999 will be correctly processed by Selcom 2000 including application programs, files and databases.

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August, 1999 Table of Contents

Cat Series Auxiliary 4 Reader Module Introduction to Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module

4

Description

4

Reader Module Addressing

5

Reader Activate Timing

6

REX input and alarm terminals

7

Output Terminals

7

Wiring Connections

8,9

Individual Relay Times

10

Index

11

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CAT Series Auxiliary 4 Reader Module The Select Engineered Systems Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module The Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module operates as a remote reader controller,with requests sent through a RS485 three wire loop from a CAT SERIES Unit ONLY. Wiegand inputs are sent to the CAT Card Access Unit where they are checked and will activate the correct entrance relays if authorized. The expansion module may be selected to Fail Secure or Fail Safe. Fail Secure means the relays are normally de-energized and energize on command. When power fails the relays remain de-energized not allowing a command. Fail Safe means the relays are normally energized and deenergize on command to open. When power fails the relays deenergize forcing the command to open. A local terminal block provides for local activation of the REX (Request to Exit) and door sense inputs. Each Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module is individually assignable using a simple rotary switch to an address range in steps of four reader groups. The entire system allows for 3 boards to be connected for a maximum of 12 external readers. Note: If two boards are set to the same address, the readers on BOTH boards would interact and the BOTH boards would NOT operate. The local terminal blocks provide opto-coupled control with the drive voltage provided. Terminals maybe pulled to Circuit Common using dry relay contacts or opto-transistor pull downs with 100 ohms or less. LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) are provided to indicate input and output conditions as well as RS485 activity. The Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module requires power at 18VAC / 40VA. The output relays are rated 3 amps at 24V ac/dc. A 12”L x 11.5”W x 3.5”H NEMA 1 enclosure is standard.

4 Entrance Module PC Board

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August, 1999

A0-A120

Standard Features for Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module. The Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module contains an addressing selector 16 position rotary switch (SW1). This sets the address of the first reader code on the board and the other readers follow in consecutive order ( Example: Switch Position 1 ( shown) sets the activation codes as RLY0 = Reader 5 control, RLY1 = Reader 5 shunt, RLY2 = Reader 6 control, RLY3 = Reader 6 shunt, RLY4 = Reader 7 control, RLY5 = Reader 7 shunt, RLY6 = Reader 8 control RLY7 = Reader 8 shunt. Note: J4 is not used and is disabled.

SW1

R-INV J4

J5

Addressing Selectors

Addressing Selector Switches Switch Position

First Reader Number

Last Reader Number

0

None

None

1

5

8

2

9

12

3

13

16

4 and above

None

None

The Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module contains eight relay Form C outputs. Four entrance control relays and four alarm shunt relays. J5 set the relay action as J5-Off = Fail Secure (Relay is normally off and energizes on command ) or J5-On = Fail Safe (Relay is normally on and de-energizes on command )

Note: R-Time is not used and is disabled.

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CAT Series Auxiliary 4 Reader Module Typical Wiring for Wiegand Readers Jumpers are shipped in the 12 volt position Warning: If the jumper is moved to the 12V position and connected to a 5 Volt Reader, the reader will be damaged, and reader warrantys are void.

Reader Power Selector Jumpers

5 12

5 12

Term

Reader

0

LED 5,9,13

2

LED 6,10,14

4

LED 7,11,15

6

LED 8,12,16

7

6

5

4

3

2

5 12

0

5 12

1

Optional LED Indicator

0

None

None

None

None

1

8

7

6

5

2

12

11

10

9

3

16

15

14

13

4 and above

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Switch Position

Reader Entrance

Reader Reader Reader Entrance Entrance Entrance

LED

Red

Power

White

D1

4

Green

D0

Black

Common

Typical Colors

Connection Names

Note: Check reader documentation for proper wire colors for connections

Shielded Wire

7

6

3

2

1

Brown

5

0

Reader Locations

Reader 5 Connections

Brown

LED

Red

Power

White

D1

Green

D0

Black

Common

Typical Colors

Connection Names

Reader 6 Connections

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0

5, 9, 13

2

6, 10, 14

4

7, 11, 15

6

8, 12, 16 Logical Input Block | IN0 | IN1 | IN2 | IN3 | IN4 | IN5 | IN6 | IN7 |

(SW1) Entrance 1 2 3

Relay

Function

R0

REX

5, 9, 13

RLY0

Entr. Control

S0

Sense

5, 9, 13

RLY1

Alarm Shunt

R1

REX

6, 10, 14

RLY2

Entr. Control

S1

Sense

6, 10, 14

RLY3

Alarm Shunt

R2

REX

7, 11, 15

RLY4

Entr. Control

S2

Sense

7, 11, 15

RLY5

Alarm Shunt

R3

REX

8, 12, 16

RLY6

Entr. Control

S3

Sense

8, 12, 16

RLY7

Alarm Shunt

J7 located at the bottom of the board on the right side maybe used to turn off all the relays at once by opening the connection. This connector is normally shipped with a Jumper installed. This could be used with dry contacts opening on an external signal in conjunction with J5 settings (J5 connected is fail safe) to de-energize the relays during emergencies. The relay outputs are type Form C (one normally open and one normally closed contact) rated at 3 amps 24 v ac/dc. Each relay has a LED (light emitting diode) next to it indicating when the relay is energized. The BAT connections allow a backup battery to be connected. (SES Part No. B12V) This allows the unit to continue to operate during short power interruptions (approx 1 hour). Circuitry is included to charge and maintain the battery. Note: Do not use these terminals to power other devices.

R 0

LED

R 1

LED

R 2

LED

R 3

LED

R 4

LED

R 5

LED

R 6 LED

R 7 LED

J3 Common

J7 BAT

- + Location of BAT terminals with Polarity Marks

Location of J7 with jumper

3 2 1 RLY0

Terminal Description

J16

Output Entr.

Input Terminals and Relay Outputs Terminal ID

Logical Output Block

J16 Outputs

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

Standard Features for Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module The Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module contains a terminal block (J16) that provides an logical low output for each relay output. They can be used to activate display LED’s on the readers to indicate acceptance. The entrance indicated will depend on the setting of SW1. The Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion contains a terminal block (J3) to individually activate the REX (Request to Exit) and when the input terminals are shorted or pulled to common. You may use dry relay contacts or transistor pull-downs referenced to circuit common. Each input has a LED located just to the right of the terminals to indicate when that input is on. When each input is closed the output relay will be activated for the time programmed by the Relay Timing Selector Switch and then the relay will return to its normal state even if the input remains closed.

LED

1-2 = N.C. 2-3 = N.O.

Example of relay output Page 7



CAT Series Auxiliary 4 Reader Module Standard Features for Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module. Shield

Wiring and interconnections Power: 18 vac at 40 va. Plug in transformer supplied with unit. Connect at J1 with 18 GA wire to a maximum of 100 ft and 14 - 16 GA to 200 ft. Recommend using seperate transformers for each unit for maximum noise isolation and protection.

RS485 connections: the Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module comunicates with CAT Series Units only, using isolated RS485 connections . Recommended wire is Belden #8771. Attach from the CAT terminal barrier strip to J2 terminals as shown. Terminal ‘A’ is Red, Terminal ‘C’ is Black. Terminal ‘B’ is White. Note: Termination for the RS485 connections are provided. They must remain only on the LAST module connected. (If you are installing only one module, the Jumpers J17 J18 REMAIN). Note: Entrance Modules and Auxilary Relay Modules may be connected in the same RS485 line. RS485 Connections to CAT Series Unit Belden #8771

J2

Red Black White

12VAC

Connect Shields together and to SHIELD at CAT Series end ONLY

J17 J18

J1

RS485 Connections Multiple modules REMOVE Jumpers J17 J18

RS485 Connections LAST Module Jumpers REMAIN

Red Black White RS485 Connections to next Module

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Belden #8771

J17 J18



CAT Series Auxiliary 4 Reader Module

INDEX

Board Address

5

Cabinet Size, Type

4

Code Addressing

5

Description

4

Fail Safe Configuration

5,7

Individual Relay Times

10

Index

11

Jumper, Relay

5,7

Power Connections Programming Individual Relay Times

8 10

Relay Code Addressing

5

Relay Code Setting

5

Relay Timing

6

Relay Rating

4

RS485 Connections

8

RS485 Wire type

8

Size

4

Terminal Locations

9

Wire Type

8

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August, 1999 Timing Selector Switch Switch Position

Relay activate Time

0

2 sec

1

10 sec

2

20 sec

3

30 sec

4

40 sec

5

50 sec

6

60 sec

7

70 sec

8

80 sec

9

90 sec

A

100 sec

B

110 sec

C

120 sec

D

130 sec

E

140 sec

F

150 sec

LED

LED

| IN0 | IN1 | IN2 | IN3 | IN4 | IN5 | IN6 | IN7 |

Relay Activation Terminal ID

Relay Activated

IN0

R0

IN1

R1

IN2

R2

IN3

R3

IN4

R4

IN5

R5

IN6

R6

IN7

R7

LED LED

LED

LED

LED

LED

LED

LED

LED

LED LED LED

J3 LED

LED

J7

Location of J7 with jumper Page 11



August, 1999 Cat Series 4 Entrance Expansion Module

Addressing Selector Switches First Reader Number

Switch Position

Last Reader Number

0

None

0

None

1

5

1

8

2

9

2

12

3

13

3

16

4 and above

None

4 and above

None

Terminal Locations and Wiring Connections

Input Terminals and Function Entrance indicated follows SW1 Terminal Terminal ID Description

Logical low outputs for each reader . May be used with card readers to provide additional acceptance info. Outputs 0, 2, 4, 6 follow the entrance open relays.

RLYX 3 2 1

Reader Module removed for clarity

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

Switch Position

(SW1) Entrance 1 2 3

R0

REX

5, 9, 13

S0

Sense

5, 9, 13

R1

REX

6, 10, 14

S1

Sense

6, 10, 14

R2

REX

7, 11, 15

S2

Sense

7, 11, 15

S1

R3

REX

8, 12, 16

R2

S3

Sense

8, 12, 16

S2

1-2 = N.C. 2-3 = N.O.

R0

Relay outputs rated at 3 amps 24v ac/dc

S0 R1

Relay Outputs Entr. indicated follows SW1

R3 S3

RS485 Connections J3

Red Belden #8771 Black White Connect Shields together and to Ground at CAT Series end ONLY

RS485 Termination Remove jumpers J17 J18 EXCEPT the last Module

(SW1) Entrance 1 2 3

Relay

Function

5, 9, 13

RLY0

Entr. Control

5, 9, 13

RLY1

Alarm Shunt

6, 10, 14

RLY2

Entr. Control

6, 10, 14

RLY3

Alarm Shunt

7, 11, 15

RLY4

Entr. Control

7, 11, 15

RLY5

Alarm Shunt

8, 12, 16

RLY6

Entr. Control

8, 12, 16

RLY7

Alarm Shunt

J7 18 Ga. Wire Min

Location of J7 with jumper

18 VAC POWER Red Black White

Belden #8771

RS485 Connections to next Module

- + Backup Battery Connections

RS485 Connections inner door label Page 13



CAT Series Auxiliary 4 Reader Module

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