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VingCard 6866 Remote Controller

Measurements and Installation

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Introduction.
This manual describes: Dimension for parts Installation alternatives for Remote Controller. System power requirements. Connection alternatives for units to be controlled Installation procedures Checklist

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION. .....................................................................................................................3 DIMENSIONS .............................................................................................................................................4 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 SURFACE MOUNTED MODEL..................................................................................................................4 FLUSH MOUNTED, MODEL.....................................................................................................................4 WEATHERPROOF HOUSING (OPTIONAL)...............................................................................................5 FLUSH BOX FOR WEATHERPROOF HOUSING (OPTIONAL) ......................................................................5

SYSTEM COMPONENTS.........................................................................................................................6 3.1 3.2 3.3 EXPLODED VIEW ...................................................................................................................................6 MOUNTING BRACKET. ..........................................................................................................................7 HEATING ELEMENT. (OPTIONAL) ..........................................................................................................7

INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................................................8 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 PREPARING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER FOR INSTALLATION ................................................................8 SURFACE INSTALLATION. .....................................................................................................................8 FLUSH INSTALLATION...........................................................................................................................9 SURFACE INSTALLATION WITH WEATHERPROOF HOUSING. ...............................................................10 FLUSH MOUNTED WITH WEATHERPROOF HOUSING............................................................................11

POWER REQUIREMENTS....................................................................................................................12 5.1 5.2 POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS..........................................................................................................12 INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE SELECTION....................................................................................................12

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EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS ................................................................................................................13 CONNECTION ALTERNATIVES. ........................................................................................................15 CHECK OF THE INSTALLATION.......................................................................................................17

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General description.

The Remote Controller is normally installed at doors where there are no space or room for a VingCard lock, or where the item to be controlled is far away from the Card Reader. The Remote Controller is used for controlling such item as; electric strikes, rotary gates, motor locks, garage gates, vehicle barriers e.t.c. The Remote Controller works like a normal card lock. By inserting and retracting a valid key card, the Remote Controller operates the device to be controlled. To operate the device from inside, the Remote Controller must be equipped with an egress switch (ordered separately). The Remote Controller can operate in Passage mode, Normal mode or Internal Control mode. The operations are set up in the VISION /2100 database. The unlock time can also be set up in the VISION /2100 database. A Green LED on front will illuminate indicating that the card is accepted. If an invalid card is inserted a Red LED will illuminate.

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Dimensions
Surface mounted model Height 7.9 / 200 mm 7.9 / 200 mm Width 3.3 / 83 mm 3.3 / 83 mm Depth 2,5 / 64,5 mm 1 / 24mm

Outside dimensions Front

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Flush mounted, model Height 7.9 / 200 mm 8,6/220 mm 7.9 / 200 mm Width 3.3 / 83 mm 4.0/103 mm 3.3 / 83 mm Depth 2,4 / 63 mm 0,1 / 2.5. mm 1 / 24mm

Outside dimensions Front cover plate Front Escutcheon

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2.3

Weatherproof Housing (optional)

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Flush box for Weatherproof Housing (optional) Height 10.4 / 265 mm 12.5 / 320 mm Width 4.5 / 115 mm 6.1 / 155 mm Depth 2.8 / 72 mm 0.14 / 3.5 mm

Necessary cut-out in the wall Flange

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System Components
Exploded view Tamper handle Connection board Tamper switch Main Board Housing

Lock Control unit, (LCU) 5537 Cylinder

Side view

1 - Mounting bracket. 2 - Housing. 3 - Plate for flush mounting 4 - Front Escutcheon. 5 - 5537 Cylinder

Exploded view

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3.2

Mounting bracket.

A mounting bracket is always provided with the delivery of the Remote Controller. The Mounting bracket is supplied with 4 nuts (1) for mounting the Housing. The screws for installing the Mounting bracket (2) to the wall or into the recess in the wall are not included.

Mounting bracket

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Heating element. (optional)

If the Remote Controller is installed in areas where temperature might fall below 0 (32F), it is recommended to use the heating element to ensure proper operation. 1. Connect the jumper wires on the Heating element according to the output voltage for the external power supply 2. Install Heating Element into the slot at the bottom of the Housing. 3. Plug the connector into the mating connector on the connection board 4. Power to the Heating element must be applied to terminal 11 and12. (See chapter 6) element Heating

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Installation
Preparing the Remote Controller for installation Remove the Escutcheon by inserting the key into the cylinder, and turn the key anti clockwise, until the Escutcheon is released from the Housing. Disconnect the ribbon cable between the Main board on the Escutcheon and the Connection board Surface installation.
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4.1.1 4.1.2

4.2
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Surface installation

Surface Installation Remote Controller

4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 4.2.4 4.2.5 4.2.6 4.2.7

Position the Remote Controller and mark where it should be installed on the wall. Install the Mounting plate securely to the wall with four suitable screws. (Mounting screws are not included) Drill a hole through the wall for the cables. Insert the Remote Controller housing onto the 4 posts located on the fixing plate. Apply the washers and tighten the 4 nuts Connect the cables from the Power Supply and the cables to the device to be controlled (See chapter 6) Connect the ribbon cable between the Main board on Escutcheon and the Connection board Mount the Escutcheon by inserting the key into the cylinder and turn the key clockwise until the Escutcheon is secured

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4.3
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Flush installation.
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Remote Controller 6866

Flush installation 4.3.1 4.3.2 4.3.3 4.3.4 4.3.5 4.3.6 4.3.7 Set the position for the Remote Controller and mark where it should be installed into the wall and make a recess in the wall according to the cut-out dimensions Install the Fixing plate securely in the recess in the wall with four suitable screws. (Mounting screws are not included) Drill a hole through the wall for the cables. Insert the Remote Controller housing onto the 4 posts located on the fixing plate. Apply the washers and tighten the 4 nuts Connect the cables from the Power Supply and the cables to the device to be controlled (See chapter 6) Connect the ribbon cable between the Main board on Escutcheon and the Connection board Mount the Escutcheon by inserting the key into the cylinder and turn the key clockwise until the Escutcheon is secured

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4.4
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Surface installation with Weatherproof Housing.


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Remote Controller 6866 Surface installation with weatherproof Housing

4.4.1 4.4.2 4.4.3 4.4.4

Positioning the Remote Controller and mark where it should be installed onto the wall. Install the Mounting plate securely to the wall with four suitable screws. (Mounting screws are not included) Drill a hole through the wall for the cables. Install the Weather proof housing to the Mounting plate and then insert the Remote Controller housing onto the 4 posts located on the fixing plate. Apply the washers and tighten the 4 nuts Connect the cables from the Power Supply and the cables to the device to be controlled (See chapter 6) Connect the ribbon cable between the Main board on Escutcheon and the Connection board Mount the Escutcheon by inserting the key into the cylinder and turn the key clockwise until the Escutcheon is secured

4.4.5 4.4.6 4.4.7 Note

Silicone must be applied around the top and sides of the Weather proof housing to prevent condensation from the wall leaking into the Remote Controller. The cable hole through the wall must be sealed with silicon or similar. This is necessary for 2 purposes: 1. Prevent airflow through the Remote Controller. The airflow might cause condensation of water inside the Remote Controller, which might cause malfunctions To maintain the fire rate of the wall

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4.5
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Flush mounted with Weatherproof Housing.


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Remote Controller Flush mounted with weatherproof housing 4.5.1 4.5.2 4.5.3 4.5.4 Set the position for the Remote Controller and mark where it should be installed into the wall and make a recess in the wall according to the cut-out dimensions Install the Fixing plate securely in the recess in the wall with four suitable screws. (Mounting screws are not included) Drill a hole through the wall for the cables. Install the flush box, then the weatherproof housing and at last the Card-Reader housing onto the 4 posts located on the fixing plate. Apply the washers and tighten the 4 nuts Connect the cables from the Power Supply and the cables to the device to be controlled (See chapter 6) Connect the ribbon cable between the Main board on Escutcheon and the Connection board Mount the Escutcheon by inserting the key into the cylinder and turn the key clockwise until the Escutcheon is secured

4.5.5 4.5.6 4.5.7

Note Silicone must be applied around the top and sides of the Weather proof housing to prevent condensation from the wall leaking into the Remote Controller. The cable hole through the wall must be sealed with silicon or similar. This is necessary for 2 purposes: 1. Prevent airflow through the Remote Controller. The airflow might cause condensation of water inside the Remote Controller, which might cause malfunctions To maintain the fire rate of the wall

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Power requirements.
Power supply requirements. Min. Volt 10,8 V 15.0 V 10,8V 24V +/-20% 12V +/-20% Max. Volt 30,0 VAC 40,0 V DC 15,0 V DC AC/DC AC/DC Standby current 15 mA 15 mA 15 mA Active current 150 mA 150 mA 150 mA 0,8 A 1,6 A

6866 (Plug X4, Range I) 6866 (Plug X4, Range I) 6866 (Plug X4, Range II) Heating element (24V) Heating element (12V)

An External 12V or 24V DC power supply must be connected to the Remote Controller. The power supply is not delivered with the Remote Controller, and must be ordered separately. If you want the Remote Controller to operate also when the Main Power fails the external power supply must be connected to an UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply). To decide the required capacity of Power Supply /UPS, all the external connected equipment (electronic strike, motor locks), power consumption must also be added. For outdoors installations or installations were the temperature might fall below 0 (32F) it is recommended to use the optional Heating Element. The heating element can, if desirable, be powered by a separate power supply

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Input voltage range selection.

Use the jumper connectors on Main board to select the correct voltage input, according to the voltage output of the power supply. Range I (as delivered from factory) The Power supply can be 10,8 VAC 30 VAC or 15 VDC 40 VDC Range II The Power supply can be

10,8 VDC 15 VDC

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Earth Ground 1 Egress 2 Egress 3 Input from Power Supply (+) 4 Input from Power Supply (-) 5 Output Power (+) 6 Output Power (-) 7 Normally Closed Relay Terminal 8 Common Relay Terminal 9 Normally Open Relay Terminal 10 Power supply for Heating Element 11 Power supply for Heating Element 12 13 Door Sensor 14 Door Sensor 15 Tamper Output 16 Tamper Output 17 Latch Sensor 18 Latch Sensor 19 Privacy 20 Privacy

External connections

(See next page for a more detailed description of the connections)

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Terminal number 1. 2&3 Earth Ground Egress Connect this terminal to building earth Input for a normally open push button switch. Output Relay is activated for a preset time period, by momentarily pressing this switch. Used to unlock the door from inside. 12/24V power supply input, where terminal 4 is + and terminal 5 is Terminal 6 is connected to terminal 4, and terminal 7 is connected to terminal 5. Relay output. Connected to common (terminal 9) when output relay is not activated Relay output. Centre contact for NC and NO. Relay output. Connected to common (terminal 9) when output relay is activated Power supply input for the heating element (12V AC/DC 1.6A or 24V AC/DC 0.8A) A door sensor determines if the door is closed. If this sensor is connected, the output relay will deactivate as soon as the door is closed. Use a sensor with contacts that opens when the door is closed Connected to a normally closed switch inside the Remote Controller. This switch opens if the Remote Controller is opened or removed from wall. A security alarm system can be connected to these terminals. Not in use Input, for connecting a Privacy indicator switch. When the switch is closed, only keycards set up with deadbolt override are granted access.

4&5 6&7 8 9 10

Power supply input Power supply output NC (Normally closed) Common NO (Normally open)

11&12 Power supply input for Heating element 13&14 Door sensor input

15&16 Tamper Output

17&18 Latch Sensor input 19&20 Privacy switch input

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Connection alternatives.
Alternative 1

Voltage will be applied to load, when a valid key card is inserted, or the egress switch depressed

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20 2 3

REMOTE CONTROLLER

Egress switch

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C POWER SUPPLY

NO

NC

LOAD

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Alternative 2

Voltage is disconnected from load, when a valid key card is inserted, or the egress switch depressed

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REMOTE CONTROLLER

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Egress switch
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C POWER SUPPLY

NO

NC LOAD

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Alternative 3.

Acts like a normally closed switch. Contacts open when a valid keycard is inserted, or the egress switch depressed
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REMOTE CONTROLLER

Egress switch

C POWER SUPPLY

NO

NC LOAD

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Alternative 4.

Acts like a normally open switch. Contacts close when a valid keycard is inserted, or the egress switch depressed

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20 2 3 Egress switch

REMOTE CONTROLLER

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C POWER SUPPLY

NO

NC LOAD

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Check of the installation.


Check the following:

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The Remote Controller is mounted at a suitable height and sidewalls are is in a vertical position. All cables are properly fixed, and located either in the wall or in surface conduits. No cables are pinched. Door and locking devices are operating properly. All holes are filled or sealed. The power consumption is not higher than what the Power Supply provides. (See Power supply requirements). Check the Function of all external devices.

VingCard a.s.
P.O.Box 511, 1522 Moss, Norway Phone +47 69245000 Fax +47 69245050

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