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Table of Contents

Installation Guidelines .......................................................... 7


1. Inputs, Outputs and Interface Signals .................................................... 9
1.1 Power Inputs ......................................................................................................... 9
1.2 Inputs .................................................................................................................... 9
1.3 Reader Inputs and Outputs ................................................................................ 10
1.4 Relay Outputs ..................................................................................................... 10
1.5 RS-485 Communications .................................................................................... 10

2. System Wiring and Other Considerations ............................................ 14


2.1 General Wiring Considerations ........................................................................... 14
2.2 Ground Wiring .................................................................................................... 15
2.3 Input Wiring ........................................................................................................ 16
2.4 RS-485 Communication Wiring .......................................................................... 17
2.5 Relay Contact Protection .................................................................................... 17

3. System Startup Considerations ........................................................... 19


3.1 Device Configuration Checks ............................................................................. 19
3.2 Ground Potential Difference Checks Before Connecting .................................... 19

4. Maintenance ........................................................................................ 21
4.1 Firmware Updates .............................................................................................. 21

5. UL Certified Installations ...................................................................... 22


5.1 Power ................................................................................................................. 23
5.2 Typical Combinations for UL Installations ........................................................... 24

Enclosure ........................................................................... 27
6. NGP Enclosure .................................................................................... 29
6.1 Anti-attack Bushing Cap ..................................................................................... 30
6.2 Mounting an Enclosure ....................................................................................... 30

Next Generation Panel ....................................................... 33


7. Overview of the NGP ........................................................................... 35
7.1 Interfaces ............................................................................................................ 35
7.2 The NGP Board .................................................................................................. 36

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8. Installation ............................................................................................ 38
8.1 Wiring ................................................................................................................. 38
8.2 Memory Backup Battery ..................................................................................... 46
8.3 Installing Jumpers ............................................................................................... 46
8.4 Web Configuration .............................................................................................. 47

9. Status ................................................................................................... 49
9.1 NGP Board LEDs ............................................................................................... 49
9.2 SOM Board LEDs ............................................................................................... 49
9.3 Replace Battery .................................................................................................. 51

10. Specifications ..................................................................................... 52

Peripheral Devices ............................................................. 55


11. 16 Input Control Module NGP-1100 .................................................. 57
11.1 Packing List ...................................................................................................... 57
11.2 Mounting the Module ........................................................................................ 58
11.3 VBUS ................................................................................................................ 59
11.4 Input Wiring ...................................................................................................... 59
11.5 Power ............................................................................................................... 59
11.6 Status LEDs ...................................................................................................... 59
11.7 Final Steps ........................................................................................................ 60
11.8 Specifications ................................................................................................... 60

12. 8 Output Relay Control Module NGP-1208 ....................................... 61


12.1 Packing List ...................................................................................................... 61
12.2 Mounting the Module ........................................................................................ 62
12.3 Output Relay Expansion Module ...................................................................... 62
12.4 Jumpers ............................................................................................................ 62
12.5 Status LEDs ...................................................................................................... 63
12.6 Final Steps ........................................................................................................ 63
12.7 Specifications ................................................................................................... 63

13. Dual Door Interface Module NGP-1320 ............................................. 64


13.1 Packing List ...................................................................................................... 65
13.2 Mounting the Module ........................................................................................ 65
13.3 Wiring ............................................................................................................... 67
13.4 Jumpers ............................................................................................................ 69
13.5 Status LEDs ...................................................................................................... 69
13.6 Door Contact Detail and Request to Exit .......................................................... 70
13.7 Final Steps ........................................................................................................ 70
13.8 Specifications ................................................................................................... 70

14. NGP Intelligent Power Supply 120-3650/120-3651 ........................... 72


14.1 Packing List ...................................................................................................... 73

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14.2 Mounting the Module ........................................................................................ 74


14.3 Jumpers ............................................................................................................ 76
14.4 Status LEDs ...................................................................................................... 77
14.5 Power Supply LCD Keypad Diagnostics ........................................................... 77
14.6 Main Panel and Power Supply AC Condition Calibration ................................. 78
14.7 Voltage and Current Conditions ....................................................................... 78
14.8 Power Supply Displays ..................................................................................... 78
14.9 Specifications ................................................................................................... 78

15. Worldwide Modem 120-3633L ........................................................... 80


15.1 Worldwide Modem with 8 output STU .............................................................. 80
15.2 Packing List ...................................................................................................... 81
15.3 Mounting the Module ........................................................................................ 81
15.4 Status LEDs ...................................................................................................... 81
15.5 CPU Failure ...................................................................................................... 82
15.6 Enable Line Failure ........................................................................................... 82
15.7 Specifications ................................................................................................... 82

Index .................................................................................................................. 85

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Inputs, Outputs and Interface Signals

Hardware products operate from various power sources and communicate via a variety of I/O interfaces.
Understanding the power requirements and interface signals, their characteristics, merits and limitations will
insure successful installation and a reliable system.

1.1

Power Inputs

1.1.1

AC Power

The AC power wiring to power supplies consists of the AC LINE, AC NEUTRAL, and SAFETY
GROUND. These lines from the AC power source to the power input terminals must not be interchanged.
Interchange of the AC LINE and AC NEUTRAL exposes components within the power supply to the hot
side of the input power even if the AC line switch is turned off. This presents a safety hazard.
Interchange of the AC LINE and SAFETY GROUND places the supply chassis to an AC potential equal to
the input voltage. This could result in a lethal shock hazard or equipment damage.
The interchange of the AC NEUTRAL and SAFETY GROUND may result in ground current flowing
through the power supply chassis and other ground paths, causing unreliable/improper system operation.
A continuously-on primary power source is required, therefore, the AC LINE input in the hardware power
supplies is appropriately fused and switched. Local safety regulations may require an additional switch/fuse
to be installed in the NEUTRAL input.
The power applied from the mains to the transformer in the enclosure is 120 VAC for North America (230
VAC for Europe, 240 VAC for Australia; neither of these have been evaluated by UL). The AC power to the
panel at connector CN2 is 18 VAC.

1.1.2

DC Power

All Lenel hardware products can use a DC power source.


When using a DC power supply for a hardware product, the DC power must be isolated electrically from the
AC input side and regulated DC power.
To insure reliable operation of all components of the system, it is important that all power supplies used to
power the devices are completely isolated from the AC power source.

1.2

Inputs

1.2.1

Supervised Alarms

For contact supervision, the inputs require an end-of-line (EOL, 1K10%) terminator to be installed with the
contact to be monitored. This can be configured within the access control software. Input protection is
similar to that of the unsupervised input, however the input is also filtered to reject 50/60 Hz AC coupling.

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The supervised input can sense contact conditions of INACTIVE, ACTIVE, and FAULT. In Alarm
Monitoring, the status of the point will be shown as fault. It also accommodates normally closed (NC) and
normally open (NO) contacts, which is configurable within the application.

1.3

Reader Inputs and Outputs

1.3.1

Reader Data Input

Reader data input is similar to unsupervised alarm input. Reader data input interfaces to reader DATA 1/
DATA 0 (WD1/WD0, or Clock/Data for magnetic reader interfaces) open collector signals and produces a
nominal signal swing of 0 to 5 volts.

1.3.2

Open Collector Output

Open collector output is used by readers to control external LEDs. Pull-up resistors and diode clamps are
provided for reader data outputs.

1.4

Relay Outputs

The relay outputs are dry contacts that are capable of switching signals for connections to Class 2 power
circuits only. However, once they are used to switch current (for example, a door strike), they cannot be used
reliably to switch small signals (for example, dialer input). Refer to each panels installation instructions of
relay output circuits.

1.5

RS-485 Communications

The EIA RS-485 standard defines an electrical interface for multi-point communication on bus transmission
lines. It allows high-speed data transfer over extended distance (4000 feet/1219 m.) The RS-485 interface
uses a balanced differential transceiver to reject common mode noise. The following table is a comparison of
interfaces commonly used in access or alarm systems.
RS-485

RS-232C

Modem

20 mA Loop

Mode of
Operation:

Differential DC
coupled

Single-ended DC
coupled

Differential AC
coupled

Single-ended
current

DC
Isolation:

No

No

Yes

Usually Isolated

Distance:

4000 feet

50 feet

Phone Line

1000 feet

No. of
Devices on
1 Line:

32

Limited by Loop
Voltages

Data Rate:

10M bps

20K bps

19.2K bps

2400 bps

Unlike the RS-232C or current loop interfaces, the RS-485 interface allows multiple devices to
communicate at high data rates on a single cable, over long distance. Obviously, the RS-485 interface

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provides advantages in cost savings for installation and improved system performance, but it also brings
about problems which would not commonly be seen on systems using RS-232C or current loop interfaces.
Using long communication cable with multiple devices often necessitates powering devices from different
power sources. This can result in ground faults and ground loops, which can cause communication problems
and possible equipment damage. Because the RS-485 interface communicates in the base band and provides
no DC isolation, ground fault places devices at different electrical ground levels and causes large ground
currents to flow. Possibilities of ground fault call for careful system planning and installation verification.
Communication cables exceeding 4000 feet (1219 m) can also create noise and signal reflection problems if
proper cable is not used or if the cable is not correctly terminated.

Belden Wire Specifications


Trade Number
UL NEC Type
CSA
Certification

Number
of Pairs

Nominal
D.C. R.
Conductor

Shield

9841

24.0 ohms/M

3.35 ohms/M

78.7 ohms/
km

11.0 ohms/K

24.0 ohms/M

2.2 ohms/M

78.7 ohms/
km

7.2 ohms/K

24.0 ohms/M

15.5 ohms/M

78.7 ohms/
km

50.9 ohms/km

NEC CM CSA
9842

NEC CM CSA
88102

NEC CMP CSA

Nominal
Impedance
(Ohms)

Nominal Capacitance
pF/feet

pF/meter

120

12.8

42

120

12.8

42

100

12.95

42

Cable Cross Reference Table


Purpose

Cable
type

Gauge

Cond.

Description

Belden
number

South
West
number

WCW
part
number

WP
number

RS-485,
2-wire

Nonplenum

22

2P

overall
shield

9841

170050

42007

n/a

RS-485,
2-wire

Plenum

22

2P

overall
shield

82841,
89841

110050

42002

n/a

RS-485,
4-wire

Nonplenum

22

2P

overall
shield

9842

170105

C4842

n/a

RS-485,
4-wire

Plenum

22

2P

overall
shield

88102

110060

42003

n/a

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Cable Cross Reference Table


Purpose

Cable
type

Gauge

Cond.

Description

Belden
number

South
West
number

WCW
part
number

WP
number

RS-232

Nonplenum

22

overall
shield

9610

170155

C0953

n/a

Plenum

22

overall
shield

83506

110070P

C3165

n/a

Nonplenum

22

overall
shield

5504FE,
9536

161240

C0743

3270

Plenum

22

overall
shield

6504FE

110253P

444351-04

253270B

Nonplenum

18

overall
shield

5300FE,
8760

163004

414109

293

Plenum

18

overall
shield

6300FE,
88760

112000P

442320

25293B

Reader
drops

12 VDC
power

1.5.1

RS-485 Cable

The NGP uses 2-wire RS-485 half-duplex communication. The main run RS-485 cable used must be
shielded, low capacitance, two twisted pairs with 100-ohm characteristic impedance or better (Belden 9842
4-wire or 9841, 2-wire, plenum cabling Belden 88102, West Penn, or equivalent). Wire size is 22 AWG
minimum. Total length of the communication cable must not exceed 4000 feet (1219 m) for 22 AWG wire
size per leg of the communication tree.
Drops (down leads or stubs) to readers and other devices must be kept as short as possible (no longer than 10
feet). Use shielded 22 AWG cable (Belden 9502, or equivalent), when terminating 2-wire RS-485 Weco
screw terminal plugs.
Connect the cable shield (drain wire) to the earth ground lug on the panel (only terminated at one end).

1.5.2

Device to Device Connection

Communication cables for RS-485 should be laid out in a daisy chain. Long stubs (T connection) should be
avoided because they create discontinuities and degrade signals.

1.5.3

Cable Termination

RS-485 communications is designed for higher data transmission speeds and also simplifies installation by
allowing each device to be multi-dropped from a single communication line or bus. With the increased data
speeds and transmitting and receiving the data over a single communications line, there is higher risk of
external noise. External noise could be in the form of line impedance, line ringing, or RF interference. When
using the specified communications cabling the risk of noise is all but eliminated. To ensure that the data is
sent and received without error, some End-of-Line termination of the RS-485 bus may be required.

RS-485 Cable termination from host to controller The device used to convert RS-232
communication to RS-485 determines the termination necessary for this segment of the RS-485
communication bus. These communications devices, pre-bias the RS-485 signal, which marks the state

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of the signal being sent and allows the line to flow for reliable communications. This is true for most
devices that are used for Host to ISC communications, but any device that has been approved by Lenel
will indicate how termination should be configured for proper operation in its documentation. Refer to
the specific device diagrams being used in the following sections of this hardware manual.

RS-485 Cable termination from controller to down stream modules (NGP-1100, 1320, CKxx)
Termination of this section of the RS-485 bus always remains the same. Each end of the RS-485 bus
must be terminated using the on-board jumpers provided with each piece of OnGuard hardware. Please
refer to the termination drawings for each component being installed in this hardware manual.

RS-485 Cable termination from controller to third-party hardware devices Termination may be
different for each RS-485 hardware device that is connected to the controller. Please refer to the model
being used for the hardware installation application.

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System Wiring and Other Considerations

Proper installation is essential to the safe and reliable operation of the OnGuard system. Improper or
incorrect wiring will lead to unreliable operation or damage to system components. When system
components are powered by different power sources, great care must be exercised in planning and wiring the
system. The following paragraphs provide some guidelines for successful system interconnection.

2.1

General Wiring Considerations

There are different system wiring considerations for different groups of wiring, depending on the signal
levels the wires are to carry. System wires can be generally separated into the following groups:

Power distribution wires (non-power limited)

Data communication wires (Class 2 power limited)

Sensor wires (Class 2 power limited)

To avoid cross-talk, follow the wire requirements for each type of communication, or use different conduit
for different signal groups.

2.1.1

Device Placement

Observe the distance limitation of each type of signal when planning device placement. Modems and line
extenders can be used for extended distance.
Do not route any wires near utility AC power wiring, lightning rod grounding wire, lighting ballasts,
inductive loads such as motors, etc. to avoid externally generated transients. Grounding is required for EMC
protection and safety.

2.1.2

Power Requirements

When planning a system, know the power requirement of each device. If multiple devices are to share a
common power supply, care must be exercised to avoid excessive voltage loss on the wires. Voltage loss can
lead to communication problems when devices are talking/listening on different grounds.
Voltage loss is directly proportional to wire resistance and the current the wire carries. Place the power
supply as close to the equipment as possible. Select appropriate wire size for the load.

2.1.3

Current Overload

When designing any system, you must know the power requirement of each component being used within
that system (refer to 8.1.6 Power) as well as the actual output of the power supplies being used. If multiple
devices are to share a common power supply, care must be taken to avoid excessive voltage loss through the
power transmitting wires. Voltage loss can lead to intermittent communications problems when devices are
consuming more power than the power supply is able to provide. Other causes of voltage loss are directly
proportional to wire resistance and current that the wire carries. When designing a system, place the power
supply as close to the equipment as possible. The farther away the equipment is from the power supply, the
larger the gauge of wire needed to ensure adequate current is being supplied at the device. Be sure to select
the appropriate wire size for the distance between the power source and the equipment.

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When choosing a power supply, never exceed the maximum output current. Always use a 25% overage
factor when sizing your supply as a safety operation. Always use an isolated, regulated power supply.
For a complete listing of our products, consult the Lenel Price Book.

2.1.4

Power Indicator

UL294 installations require an external AC power indicator. Connect appropriate trouble reporting devices
to AC Fail and Low Battery supervisory relay outputs marked NC, C, NO. Use 22 AWG to 18 AWG for AC
Fail and Low Battery reporting. AC Failure will report in five (5) minutes. For a six-hour delay on reporting,
cut resistor R1 (not allowed when utilizing a 7 Ah backup battery for UL1076).
1.

Locate the AC FAIL terminals.

2.

Wire an LED indicator according to the following diagram.

AC indicator wiring

LED

BAT FAIL

3.

NO

NC

NC

NO

AC FAIL

Install the indicator on the outside of the enclosure. It should be installed using the designated AC
knockout.

2.1.5

Cabinet Tamper

Cabinet tamper for all enclosures must be connected and programmed for UL installations and for EN
compliance.

2.2

Ground Wiring

Each hardware product must be grounded to provide EMC protection, personnel safety, and signal reference
for devices which communicate with each other. Grounding provides a good shield against external
transients. See the installation manuals for the grounding point of each product. (See 5 UL Certified
Installations for additional detail and/or individual device manuals.)
There are two types of circuit grounds in systems using this hardware:

DC negative

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Safety ground

2.2.1

DC Negative

The DC ground provides signal reference for devices to communicate. It is the DC return from the power
supply.

2.2.2

Grounding System

A grounding system can be viewed as two subsystems: the DC system and the ground system. The DC
system consists of all interconnected power supply returns, DC distribution wiring, and load devices. The
principal function of the DC system is to provide signal reference for communication. The ground system
consists of all chassis grounds for power supplies and other devices, safety grounds, and AC grounds.
Ground connection should be made to avoid ground loop problems.
Ideally, there should be ONLY ONE ground return point in a power supply system.

2.2.3

Safety Ground

Safety ground (ground wire of 14 AWG minimum, from fuse terminal block to ground lug) is part of the AC
power system. On the NGP hardware, the safety ground (earth) and the DC ground should not be connected
together. All methods of electrical grounding are regulated by the National Electrical Code (NEC) as
outlined in Article 250. Local regulations are constituted from the NEC and may be more stringent than the
national regulation.
The National Electrical Code and other safety regulations require that all equipment chassis and or
enclosures be grounded in order to prevent shock hazards. Each device must have a green and yellow (or
continuous green) wire safety ground. The function of this safety ground is to provide a redundant path for
fault currents and to insure that the circuit breaker will open in the event of a fault. In addition, grounding the
enclosure provides a path for EMC dissipation, thus protecting sensitive electronic devices.
For Europe, the color used for the ground wire between connector CN2 of the I/O board and the ground
point on the mains terminal block is gray as the product is defined as Safety Class II. It is not allowed to be
green and yellow as this would imply its use as a protective earth in a Safety Class I product. It is used only
for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) purposes by connecting the wire to the ground wire of the mains
wiring on the mains terminal block within the product.

2.3

Input Wiring

Inputs require twisted pair wires. An end-of-line (EOL) resistor terminator is required for each supervised
alarm input. Both supervised and unsupervised alarm inputs can support single or multiple contacts per loop.
Connect normally closed (NC) contacts in series and normally open (NO) contacts in parallel.

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2.4

RS-485 Communication Wiring

Proper wiring for RS-485 communication interfaces is critical for successful system turn-up and operation.
The following guidelines apply for all RS-485 wiring.
1.

Use low capacitance shielded cable with a twisted pair, characteristic impedance 120 ohms (Belden
9842 or equivalent) for the main RS-485 run.

2.

Keep the main run maximum end-to-end distance below 4000 feet.

3.

Use daisy chain configuration, NOT star configuration, to connect devices.

4.

Use shielded 22 AWG cable with 2 twisted pair (Belden 9502 or equivalent.) for down leads (drops or
stubs).

5.

Keep down leads as short as possible (no longer than 10 feet).

6.

Terminate cables with RS-485 terminators when necessary.

7.

Always use the shield ground connection. Carefully insulate the ground wire for a reliable installation.
Use 24 GA plastic sleeving over the ground wire when terminating the cable to the 5-position insulation
displacement mating connector.

2.5

Relay Contact Protection

The the door strike relays used by NGP have an expectancy as follows:

Expected mechanical life: 10 million operations

Expected electrical life: 100,000 operations

Both the door strike and AUX relays have a contact life in excess of 100,000 operations, assuming the
maximum frequency of 1800 operations per hour at the rated load. Lighter loads, and appropriate contact
protection, extend relay life.

2.5.1

DC Inductive Load

Contacts for DC inductive loads can be effectively protected using clamp diodes. Select diodes with reverse
breakdown voltage 10 times the circuit voltage.

2.5.2

AC Inductive Loads

Contacts for AC inductive loads can be protected using metal-oxide varistors (MOVs.) MOVs are effective
when the load voltage is 100V to 200V. (MOVs are also suitable for DC operation.)

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MOVs must be installed as close to the load as possible (within a few inches) to be effective. Mounted in
this fashion, MOVs can also reduce the effects of EMI on sensitive electronic circuits.
NC

FUSE

C
NO

DC SOURCE

NC
C
LOAD

NO

FUSE

MOV

AC SOURCE

LOAD

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System Startup Considerations

A system should never be powered up all at once. For successful system startup, the following step-by-step
procedures should be performed.
1.

Make sure that no power is applied to any system device.

2.

Check all wiring and device switch settings.

3.

Disconnect all devices from the RS-485 communication line.

4.

Power up the NGP. (Check voltage requirement first.)

5.

Configure the NGP, and verify that it is working properly.

6.

Connect one port of the RS-485 communication line to a downstream device.

7.

Power up a dependent device, and verify that it passes its own power-up self-test. (Check voltage
requirement first.)

8.

Check for ground fault between the dependent device and the RS-485 communication line. If
applicable, find the fault and clear it.

9.

Connect the dependent device to the RS-485 line and bring it on-line.

10. Verify all functions of the dependent device.


11. Verify the RS-485 line voltage in reference to the DC ground.
12. For each additional dependent device, repeat steps 7 through 11.

3.1

Device Configuration Checks

Common device configuration problems include mismatched baud rates and incorrect serial numbers. The
serial number for each device is unique. Check all settings before attempting to bring the device on-line.
System programming must include the order of priority signals described below:
1.

Hold-up or panic alarm or duress.

2.

Burglar alarm.

3.

Burglar-alarm supervision.

4.

Industrial supervision where a risk of injury to persons, or damage or destruction of property will not be
involved.

5.

Other supervisory services.

Items (1) and (2) may have equal priority. Items (4) and (5) may have equal priority.

3.2

Ground Potential Difference Checks Before Connecting

Before a device can be connected to the RS-485 communication line, it must be checked for ground fault.
Uncorrected ground fault can damage all devices connected to the RS-485 communication line.

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To check if there is ground fault for a new unit, follow the steps below.
1.

Apply power to all devices already successfully connected to the RS-485 line.

2.

Power up the new unit, but DO NOT connect it to the RS-485 line.

3.

Connect the DC ground of the RS-485 line through a 10K limiting resistor.

4.

Measure the AC and DC voltage across the resistor. There should NOT be more than 1 volt across the
resistor. Otherwise find and clear the fault.

5.

Connect the new unit to the RS-485 line if no ground fault is found.

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Maintenance

The most current version of the firmware is shipped with your OnGuard software and was installed during
the initial software installation. Each subsequent software release you receive will also include the most
current version of the firmware.

Firmware Versions
Module

Version

NGP-2200/2220/3300/3320 Controller

1.0.xxx (x = numeric digit 0-9)

NGP-1100 16 Input Control Module

1.0

NGP-1208 8 Output Relay Control Module

2.0

NGP-1320 Dual Door Interface Module

1.4

120-3633L Worldwide Modem

GV3D001183

NGP Command Keypad

1.0

4.1

Firmware Updates

Do the following to update the firmware on your system. You must have the ADMIN permission level.
1.

Install the new version of the OnGuard software.

2.

In the Main Alarm Monitor window of the Alarm Monitoring module, right-click on the name of an
access panel.

3.

Select the Download Firmware choice from the popup menu.

4.

OnGuard will initiate the firmware update then perform a full download to the panel (the I/O board and
the SOM).

You must update each access panel in the system. Although it is not necessary to shut down the application
to perform the updates, note that the selected access panel is placed in a degraded off-line mode during the
process. During this process, the readers connected to the panel are put into their door fallback mode, which
is configured in System Administration. It is strongly recommended that you perform the update on the
panel during a time when no one will be accessing it.
Firmware can be simultaneously downloaded to multiple panels at once. However, it is recommended to do
so one at a time to prevent any problems from occurring until you become familiar with the impact on
system performance.

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UL Certified Installations

For UL Installations, the central supervisory station equipment must be UL listed to one of the following
standards:
1.

Standard for Office Appliances & Business Equipment, UL 114

2.

Standard for Information-Processing & Business Equipment, UL 478

3.

Standard for Information Technology Equipment, UL 60950

For UL Installations, use UL Listed information technology equipment. The computer minimum platform
requirements are as follows.

Intel Pentium 4 dual core processor

3.4 GHz clock speed

1 GB RAM

Minimum of 20 GB for System and 6 GB for OnGuard database and applications

DVD+/-RW drive

One (1) USB port

Operating systems:
- Windows Server 2008 x64 R2 with SP2
- Windows 7 Professional x64 bit operating systems v6.0

Microsoft SQL Server 2008 (32 and 64-bit) or SQL 2008 Express V10.0.3

OnGuard 2010 Technology Update (6.4) using NGP Hardware Installation Guide (55-6000E) revision
1.017

NEC ExpressCluster Software X R2 fault tolerant software

NGP firmware version: 1.0.xx

Equipment must be installed in a temperature controlled environment, maintained between 13 to 35C (55 to
95F) by the HVAC system. Twenty-four hours of standby must be provided for the HVAC system.
In addition to the main power supply and secondary power supply that are required to be provided at the
central supervisory station, the system must be provided with an uninterruptable power supply (UPS) with
sufficient capacity to operate the computer equipment for a minimum of 15 minutes. If more than 15 minutes
is required for the secondary power supply to supply the UPS input power, the UPS must be capable of
providing input power for at least that amount of time. A means for disconnecting the input to the UPS while
maintaining continuity of power to the automation system must be provided, in order to perform
maintenance and repair service.
The UPS must comply with the Standard for Uninterruptable Power Supply Equipment, UL 1778.
Be sure to use the recommended cabling, which is the shielded wiring required for use on all modules.
Communication circuits and network components connected to the telecommunications network shall be
protected by secondary protectors for communication circuits. These protectors shall comply with the
Standard for Secondary Protectors or Communications Circuits, UL 497A. These protectors shall be used
only in the protected side of the telecommunications network.

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Signal line transient protection complies with the standard data communication and fire alarm inputs,
UL497B, with a maximum marked rating of 50V.
Supply line transient protection complies with the standard for transient voltage surge suppressors, UL 1449,
with a maximum marked rating of 330V.
A totally metal enclosed Class 1 Wiring system (i.e., Conduit) is required for mains earth (Safety)
grounding.
Do not exceed 1000 receiver accounts for UL.
The system is to be installed within a protected premise, and the operating temperature range must be 0 to
49C (32 to 120F).
This system must be installed in accordance with the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70), and the local
authority having jurisdiction. If you are located in Canada, refer to the Canadian Electrical Code.
Failure of the main computer system, hard disk, and alarm monitor must be programmed to failover to the
backup system, and indicate an audible, or obvious visual indication.
A fault tolerant system may be used in lieu of complete duplication of the system if every component in the
fault tolerant system, including the software and power supply, is duplicated.
All OnGuard system solutions that are to be UL1076 compliant systems must also meet the requirements
specified in Section 25A of the UL1076 (Proprietary Burglar Alarm Units and Systems Standard for Safety).
This requirement outlines the need for host monitoring redundancy. Host monitoring redundancy can be
accomplished in many ways, but the standard is clear as to receiving equipment methods, recovery time,
surge suppression and system configurations. Contact Lenel if configuration assistance is required.
All inputs must be supervised for UL1076 installations.
Priority features (alarm, loss of line voltage, opens, shorts, etc.) must be programmed for an audible and a
visual indication at the central supervisory station equipment, and to create a printout. The condition must be
recorded. This indication shall not be silenced without acknowledgement.
Bypass of protective features, such as auto-bypass for forced arm, must not be programmed for UL.
Firmware version 1.0.xxx is firmware that is embedded (installed) in conjunction with the NGP for
suitability as Encrypted Line Security Equipment. (See NIST Certificate number #1496 at http://
csrc.nist.gov.)
HVAC rated modules were not evaluated by UL for Lenel OnGuard UL294/UL1076 product listing.

5.1

Power

5.1.1

CSSE Equipment Requirements

The standby power system for the HVAC system may be supplied by an engine driven generator alone. Use
of a standby battery is not required.

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5.1.2

Premises Equipment Requirements

All external interconnecting devices must be UL Listed and powered by UL Listed access control or
proprietary burglar alarm power limited power supply. Do not route high voltage (110 V) lines in the same
conduit or harness as low voltage lines.

5.2

Typical Combinations for UL Installations

The following combinations must be used in a UL type installation with OnGuard software version 6.4.xxx,
which is approved for use. For UL certification, a UL Listed power supply, either NGP-UL, LNLAL400ULX or LNL-AL600ULX-4CB6 with additional hardware mounted in LNL-CTX or LNL-CTX-6
enclosures, or IPSU 120-3650L must be used.
Multiple combinations of Lenel access hardware can be used within the UL approved power supply and
enclosure.

Intelligent System Controller Combinations


Any individual board would be supported NGP-22xxyyy or NGP-33xxyyy (where x represents any number
0-9 and y represents any alphanumeric character that reflects applications enabled and type of power supply/
enclosures within a NGP-UL single enclosure.
1.

NGP-22xxyyy or NGP-33xxyyy Intelligent System Controllers


WWM Worldwide Modem (Not evaluated for UL1076 applications.)
NGP-1100 (one (1) unit)
NGP-1208 (up to two (2) units)

Reader Interface Module and Gateway Combinations


Any individual board would be supported (NGP-1320) as well as any combination of the following boards
within a single LNL-CTX, LNL-CTX-6 enclosure, AL400ULX or LNL-AL600ULX-4CB6 power supplies.

Input/Output Module Combinations


Any individual board would be supported (NGP-1100 or NGP-1208) as well as any combination of the
following boards within a single IPSU, LNL-CTX, LNL-CTX-6 enclosure, AL400ULX or LNLAL600ULX-4CB6 power supplies.
Combinations of the following boards within a single IPSU enclosure (model 120-3650L):
1.

NGP-1100 Input Control Module (one (1) unit)


NGP-1208 Output Control Module (up to three (3) units)

Combinations of the following boards within a single LNL-CTX or LNL-AL400ULX power supply unit:
1.

NGP-1320-UMP Reader Interface module (up to two (2) units)

2.

NGP-1100-UMP Input Control Module (up to two (2) units)

3.

NGP-1108K-UMP Input Control Module (up to two (2) units)

4.

NGP-1216K-UMP Output Control Module (up to two (2) units)

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Combinations of the following boards within a single LNL-CTX-6 or LNL-AL600ULX-4CB6 power


supply units:
1.

NGP-1320 Reader Interface module (up to six (6) units)

2.

NGP-1100-UMP Input Control Module (up to six (6) units)

3.

NGP-1108K-UMP Input Control Module (up to six (6) units)

4.

NGP-1216K-UMP Output Control Module (up to six (6) units)

UL Evaluated Readers
The following readers have been evaluated by UL for use with the OnGuard system.

Lenel Magstripe Reader LNL-2020W

Lenel Magstripe Reader LNL-2010W

Lenel Magstripe Reader LNL-2005W

SmartID MIFARE 8-bit PIN pad 8031DSCM-LNL-3020

SmartID MIFARE 8030DSCM-LNL-3010

HID Prox 8-bit PIN pad 5355-AGK09

HID Prox 5395-CG100

HID Prox 4-bit PIN pad 5355-AGK00

iCLASS 6100CKN0000L

iCLASS 8-bit PIN pad 6130BKN00079G3L

iCLASS 6120CKN0000L

iCLASS/HID Prox 8-bit PIN pad 6136AKN00079G3L

iCLASS/HID Prox 6125CGN0007G30L

Lenel OpenCard 8-bit PIN pad LNL-XF2110D-P2

Lenel OpenCard LNL-XF1050K

Lenel Prox with PIN pad LPKP-6840GRMP

Lenel Prox LPMM-6800GRMP

Lenel Prox LPSR-2400GRMP

Lenel OpenCard LNL-XF1500D-S

G-Prox II switch plate 100-5434

G-Prox II mullion Wiegand keypad 100-5436

G-Prox II switch plate with Wiegand keypad 100-5431

G-Prox II mullion 100-5439

G-Prox II mullion arming station 100-5435

G-Prox II switch plate arming station 100-5430

Card formats from 26 to 200 bit evaluated

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5.2.1

Acknowledgement Signal

For remote arming (or switching the protection mode at the protected area), the system must be programmed
to provide a visual and/or audible signal at the keypad to indicate to the attendant at the protected area that
the confirmation closing signal has been received by the central supervising station.

5.2.2

System Testing

For UL294 and UL1076 compliance, a general system test must be performed at least once per year.

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NGP Enclosure

NGP enclosures (NGP-UL or NGP-CE) use the mounting holes along the edge of the panel to securely
install the NGP-2200, 3300, 2220, or 3320 in the enclosure. In a single enclosure, one NGP controller can be
mounted along with one worldwide modem, one NGP-1100, and up to two NGP-1208 modules.

Panel positioning within enclosure

NGP

The dimensions of the enclosure, with the cover closed, are H 537 mm x W 343 mm x D 106 mm (H 21.14
x W 13.50 x D 4.17 inches).

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6.1

Anti-attack Bushing Cap

An anti-attack bushing cap covers a rear tamper spring. It fits inside an O ring bushing located in the
cabinets rear wall anti-tamper spring knockout. Leave the O ring bushing and cap in place if the rear tamper
is not used.
If the rear tamper is used:
1.

Remove the cap and the O ring with the edge of a flat screwdriver.

2.

Discard the O ring.

3.

Align the cap for the tamper spring and knockout hole on the cabinet back.

4.

Screw the cap into the mounting surface.

5.

Place the control cabinet over it, allowing the rear tamper spring to fit inside the cap. The cap will fit
into the cabinets tamper spring knockout hole.

6.

Secure the cabinet to the mounting surface.

6.2

Mounting an Enclosure

On dry wall, use 1/8 hollow wall, expansion anchors. Unscrew the screws from the anchors. Mark the
mounting holes. Force a starter hole in each mark with a sharp tool. Hammer the anchors into each hole.
Align the box mounting holes over the anchor holes and screw in the anchors until tight.
On a concrete surface, hold the control box on the mounting surface. Mark the mounting holes. Use a
hammer drill with a 3/16 carballoy drill bit and make 1" deep holes in each marking. Insert a # 6-8 plastic
anchor in each hole and hammer them in. Use # 8 X 1", Phillips, wood screws to screw into the plastic
anchors and mount the box.

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NGP controller enclosure dimensions

10.00mm
[0.394in]
6.48mm
[0.255in]

mm ]
.55 4in
R2 .100
[0

mm
11.00 3in]
[0.43

140.00mm
[5.51in]

254.00mm
[10.000in]

145mm 0.5
[5.71in 0.02]

224.92mm
[8.86in]
174.12mm
[6.86in]

100mm 0.5
[3.94in 0.02]
130mm 0.5
65mm 0.50
[5.12in 0.02]
[2.5591in 0.0197]
89.0mm 1.0
160.51mm
[3.504in 0.039]
[6.32in]
149.84mm
[5.90in]
40.00mm
[1.57in]
10.14mm
[0.40in]

47.12mm
[1.86in]
150mm 0.50
[5.91in 0.02]
E
H 55mm 0.50

[2.17in 0.02]

D
D

150mm 0.50
[5.91in 0.02]

81.00mm
[3.19in]

15.00mm
[0.59in]

60.36mm
[2.38in]
N

F
H

J
N

25.00mm
[0.98in]

15.37mm
[0.61in]
63.40mm
[2.50in]

45.87mm
[1.81in]

469.9mm
[18.5in]

12.70mm
[0.50in]

12.70mm
[0.50in]

170mm 0.5
[6.69in 0.02]
212mm 0.5
[8.37in 0.02]

65mm 0.50
163.12mm [2.56in 0.02]
[6.42in]

59.08mm
[2.33in]

10.92mm (5 POS)
[0.430in]

230mm 0.5
[9.06in 0.02]
238.53mm
[9.391in]
130.00mm
[5.12in]
463.43mm
[18.245in]
438.15mm
[17.25in]
463.43mm
[18.25in]
232.46mm
[9.15in]

50mm 0.5
97.79mm [1.97in 0.02]
[3.85in]

119.92mm
[4.72in]

239.84mm
[9.44in]
119.9mm 1.0
[4.721in 0.039]

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PANEL

NGP Hardware Installation Guide

Overview of the NGP

This installation guide is intended for use by technicians who will be installing and maintaining the Next
Generation Panel (NGP).
The NGP provides a solution for access control and intrusion detection. It consists of two boards; the I/O
board and the system on module (SOM) board. The I/O board, the larger of the two, contains the power
supply and all field wiring connections. The SOM, the smaller mounted board, contains the main CPU and
memory.
The event log buffer and the real time clock are stored in battery-backed memory. Each reader port can
accommodate a reader that utilizes Wiegand Clock/Data or Data 1/Data 0, magnetic stripe, LED control, and
buzzer control.
Twelve supervised inputs (excluding tamper and power monitor) are provided for door sense, reader tamper,
or request to exit as well as the four dedicated intrusion circuit supervised inputs.

7.1

Interfaces

The NGP interfaces upstream with the access control software on a host system via Ethernet. It is capable of
Dual Signal Line Transmission methods which for all UL installations will require that two independent
Internet service providers (ISPs) must be used for one for each network connection.
The modem connection may be used to communicate to central station receivers. A connected worldwide
modem may be used for reporting SIA and contact ID formatted alarms to the central supervisory station
(SIA and contact ID have not been evaluated by UL).
Configuration data and event/status reports are exchanged with the host via the Ethernet ports.

7.1.1

Model Numbers

The panels are available in the following configurations:

NGP-2200: Medium controller, no onboard doors, single Ethernet port

NGP-2220: Medium controller, two onboard doors, single Ethernet port

NGP-3300: Enterprise controller, no onboard readers, dual Ethernet support

NGP-3320: Enterprise controller, two onboard readers/doors, dual Ethernet support

Panel options
Panel without
intrusion, with
enclosure (US
120 VAC internal
transformer)

Panel without
intrusion, with
enclosure (CE
220 VAC internal
transformer)

Panel with
intrusion,
without
enclosure

Panel with
intrusion, with
enclosure (US
120 VAC internal
transformer)

Panel with
intrusion, with
enclosure (CE
220 VAC internal
transformer)

NGP-2220UL*

NGP-2220CE

NGP-2220I*

NGP-2220IUL*

NGP-2220ICE

NGP-2200UL*

NGP-2200CE

NGP-2200I*

NGP-2200IUL*

NGP-2200ICE

NGP-3300UL*

NGP-3300CE

NGP-3300I*

NGP-3300IUL*

NGP-3300ICE

NGP-3320UL*

NGP-3320CE

NGP-3320I*

NGP-3320IUL*

NGP-3320ICE

* These models were evaluated by UL.

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7.1.2

System Capacities

Attribute

NGP-2220/NGP-2220I

NGP-3320/NGP-3320I

Number of unique badges

249,999

499,999

Number of retained events in event log

50,000

50,000

Number of doors (base board and dual


door controllers)

66

130

Total number of system inputs

512

1024

Total number of system outputs

256

256

Ethernet ports

RS-485 SNAPP bus ports

Number of unique access levels

32,000

32,000

Maximum access levels per badge

128

128

Number of different types of events

500

500

Number of distinct schedules

250

250

Number of distinct holidays

255

255

7.2

The NGP Board

Parts list:

NGP PCB assembly, which consists of the I/O board and the SOM (quantity = 1)

Two positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 7)

Three positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 10)

Four positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 8)

End of line resistors 1k ohm, 1% (quantity = 24)

Push-fit terminal tab adapters (quantity = 2)

Battery cable (quantity =1)

Battery bracket (quantity = 1)

Screws for battery bracket (quantity = 2)

Strain relief for power cable (quantity = 1)

Terminal block cover (quantity = 1)

Lock (quantity = 1)

Machine screws for securing the cover (quantity =6)

Enclosure (depending on option ordered)

Transformer (depending on option ordered)

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The NGP board


250 mm (9.84 in)
224.92 mm (8.86 in)
174.12 mm (6.86 in)
97.79 mm (3.85 in)

+
LINK4

LED9

LED10

CN41

CN2

CN26 2

SOM BOARD

SNAPP4 LED5
4
LINK3
CN40
3

SNAPP3 LED6

LINK2
SNAPP2

CN3

LED3

CN23 4

CN4

LINK1

CN38

RESET

C NO
0 SW

I/O BOARD

CN5

3
2

SW1

CN24

4
2

SNAPP1

CN39

LED4

CN22 2

BP4

CN6

2
SW3

LED2

IP

LED1

LED11

CN21

3
2
1

CN7
1

CN10

CN9

CN8
3

NO C NC AX 0 RT DR 0 TR

J24

LED13

10.14 mm
(0.40 in)

160 mm (6.30 in)

C NC NO

149.84 mm (5.90 in)

14 0 14 0

CN25 1

CN37

LED12

14 A+ B 0

LED8

CN11
3

CN12
4

BZ 14 GR RD D1 D0 0

CN14

CN13
2

A B

NO C

CN16

CN15
3

NO C NC

CN17
3

AX 0 RT DR 0 TR

CN18
3

CN20

CN19
4

BZ 14 GR RD D1 D0 0

#3 0 #4

LED7

14 #1 0 #2

12 0V

14 A+ B 0

CN32

CN27

14 A+ B 0

CN35

LINK5

CN1

14 A+ B 0

WW Modem
Interface

NO C

47.12 mm (1.86 in)


119.92 mm (4.72 in)
174.12 mm (6.86 in)
239.84 mm (9.44 in)

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Installation

To install the NGP, perform the installation procedures described in the following sections, in the order in
which they are presented.
1.

Wire the device for communication.

2.

Wire readers.

3.

Wire the input circuits.

4.

Wire the relay circuits.

5.

Supply power to the panel.

6.

Remove the plastic safety strip from the memory backup battery located on the SOM.

7.

Configure the correct settings.

8.

Set the board for the desired IP addressing.

8.1

Wiring

Refer to the following for wiring of the NGP.

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Wiring diagram

RED

Non Power Limited


Maintain 0.25in spacing between power
and Non Power Limited circuits

SNAPP 1 LED

CN4

Term 1

CN23 1

CN22

CN6

Microcontroller
Status LEDs

1
2

OSDP1 Comms LED

OSDP2
Comms
LED

IP Setting

CN10
2 3

CN11
2 3 4

CN13
1 2

Access
Reader 1

CN15
2 3

CN16
2 3

N0
C
NC

N0
C
NC
Strike
Relay

CN14
2 3

CN17
2 3

CN20
2

+V

1K

Egress Aux
Reader Relay

TR

0V

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

Input

Input

Input

Input

Input

Input

Input

Input

DoorPower
Controller
1
Limited

1K

0V

1K

1K

RTE
DR

Au

1K

TR

0V

1K

RTE
DR
1K

1K

0V

1K

CN19
1 2

1K

Power Limited

Power Limited

Au

CN18
2 3 4

Access
Reader 2

Strike
Relay

Egress Aux
Reader Relay

1K

3
1

Input 3
Input 2

Buzzer
+V
Green LED
Red LED
D1
D0
0V
D1
D0
N0
C

Buzzer
+V
Green LED
Red LED
D1
D0
0V
D1
D0
N0
C

CN9
CN8
2 3 1 2 3

3
2

ut 1
Inp

1K

0V

CN12
CN7
2 3

0V
BA+
+V

4
CN21

CN5

Notes:

Power Limited

3
2
CN24 1

Add shunt to
Term 1~4 if
120
termination
is required

1K

CN25 1
4

SNAPP 2 LED

Config

Test

1
2

Term 2

14V
SND

Term 3

1K

CN3

2
3

Speed LEDs
(10Mbits/100Mbits)

Panasonic p/n
CR2354

Factory set : do not adjust

CN43

Relay option
if fitted

4
3

Input 3 Input 4

CN37

Aux 1 +V output
0V
Aux 2 +V output
0V
C
Siren Relay NC
NO
Strobe Relay N0C
External Tamper 0V
SW

Aux
Power

SNAPP 4 LED
SNAPP 3 LED

1K

3V
Coin
Cell

SNAPP LEDs
indicate bus
comms

1K

SOM Status LEDs

18VAC/24VDC
Power Indication LED

3
2

Input 1 Input 2

CN2

Term 4

V
0V
0V
BA+
+V
0V
BA+
+V
0V
BA+
+V

RS485 RS485 VBUS


Bus 3 Bus 4

1
2

18VAC/24VDC Input

2
1

CN26 4

Power Limited

Link (Activity) LED

Link (Activity) LED

RS485
Bus 2

CN27

CN32

CN1

1
2

Battery leads to routed


directly under board

WW Modem
Socket

12VDC Input +12V


0V

Ethernet
Port 2

RS485
Bus 1

Ethernet
Port 1

BLACK

USB 2
Dual Port
(Power limited to
200mA per port)

0V In
put
4

Power Limited

Network Interface
(OnGuard Host Communications)

To 12V battery
To secure battery
use bracket p/n
28005B and
2 off 8-32 screws
from the supplied
accessories kit.

Door Power
Controller
2
Limited

The 1K EOL resistors and NO contacts on the supervised inputs are shown as a typical
configuration only and do not restrict the actual use of these inputs in the field.
The battery leads at CN32 must be routed away from power limited circuits. Maintain 0.25
inches (6 mm) spacing between non-power limited (that is, battery leads and AC Mains) and
power limited wiring.

8.1.1

Communication Wiring

The controller communicates to the host via Ethernet. Communication of configuration data and status
reports via modem is currently not supported.
The downstream communication ports are 2-wire RS-485 interfaces which can be used to connect additional
I/O panels. The interface allows multi-drop communication on a single bus of up to 4000 feet (1200 m). Use
twisted pairs (minimum 22 AWG) with an overall shield for communication.

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8.1.2

Reader Wiring

Each reader port supports Wiegand or magnetic stripe. Voltage at the reader port is passed through from the
input voltage of the controller and is limited to 250 mA.
The reader supply voltage is 14 VDC. Readers that require different voltage should be powered separately.
These readers may be connected and powered through the dual door interface module. Refer to the reader
manufacturer specifications for cabling requirements.

Wiegand reader wiring

CN11/CN18

3
4

Ground

Data1
Data0

CN10/CN17

Red LED

Green LED

+14V

BZ + GR RD D1 D0 0

Buzzer

For magnetic stripe card readers, the wiring for Clock/Data0 and Data/Data1 is reversed from typical Access
(LNL) series wiring.

Magnetic stripe reader wiring

2
3
4

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CN10/CN17

Data
Clock

Red LED - not connected

+14V
Green LED

BZ + GR RD D1 D0 0

Buzzer

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Wiring In and Out readers

CN10/CN17

CN11/CN18 CN12/CN19
1

A B

D1
D0
0V

BZ 14 GR RD D1 D0 0

D1
D0

Red LED

Reader (In)

Buzzer
+14V
Green LED

Ground
Power
LED
Buzzer
Data0
Data1

Reader (Out)
Ground
Power
LED
Buzzer
Data0
Data1

8.1.3

Keypad Wiring

The LCD keypad can be connected to the NGP and used for programming. Connect the keypad to the RS485 bus on the NGP.

RS-485 bus 4
3
on NGP
(CN23-CN26) 2
1

+ A+ B 0

Keypad wiring diagram

Ground
B

A
Power

1
+

2
A

3
B

4 5 6
V OUT
0V BUS

Keypad terminal block

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An external reader may also be used by connecting it to the keypad.

Keypad and external reader wiring

4
3
2
1

+ A+ B 0

RS-485 bus
on NGP
(CN23-CN26)
Ground
B
A
Power

Reader
Ground
Power
LED no connection
Buzzer no connection
Data0
Data1

1 2 3 4 5 6
PT1 0V PT2 D1 0V D0

1 2
+12V A

3
B

4 5 6
V OUT
0V BUS

Keypad terminal block


This configuration is only supported using a keypad that specifically supports external readers. Note that
there is no connection for reader buzzer and LED.
Only the first two card formats assigned to the panel can be used on the NGP LCD keypads with attached
readers.

8.1.4

Input Circuit Wiring

Typically, these inputs are used to monitor door position, request to exit, or alarm contacts. Input circuits are
supervised. The input circuit is able to report a condition of Fault for the status of the circuit, which
appears as an Alarm active event for supervised conditions.
A supervised input circuit requires a resistor be added to the circuit to facilitate proper reporting. The
standard supervised circuit requires 1K Ohm, 1% resistors and should be located as close to the sensor as
possible.

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8.1.5

Relay Circuit Wiring

All relays are dry contact.


Output

30 VDC rating

Siren relay

1A

Strobe relay

1A

Strike relay

5A

Aux relay

1A

The relays for siren and door strike have a Common pole (C), a Normally Closed pole (NC), and a Normally
Open pole (NO). When you are controlling the delivery of power to the door strike, the Normally Open and
Common poles are used. When you are momentarily removing power to unlock the door, as with a mag
lock, the Normally Closed and Common poles are used. Check with local building codes for proper egress
door installation.

8.1.6

Power

The NGP requires 18 VAC or 24 VDC for input power at CN3, or 12 VDC at CN1 (24 VDC and 12 VDC
input power were not evaluated by UL). When powering the board from 12 VDC, the on-board battery
charger will not be used and the lead-acid backup battery should not be connected to the NGP. The power
supply providing the 12 VDC must have its own backup source.
The maximum input current is 2.7 A. The gauge is dependent on the length of the wire. For UL installation,
the NGP must be powered by the internal 18 VAC transformer that uses 20 AWG secondary wires. The NGP
can be powered by an internal 18 VAC transformer that uses 20-gauge secondary wires, as shown.

NGP 110/220 VAC Power wiring diagram

Gnd Stud
Red transformer wires

Connections for AC wiring

Wiring Indication

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Power connectors

CN1
0V

12 0V

12 VDC
Input

+12V

1
2
1

18 VAC/24 VDC
Input

CN2

2
3

Maximum lengths for wiring


I/O Description

Connection

Maximum length of
22AWG wire (in feet)

Maximum line
resistance (in Ohms)

13.2 V supply output

CN3-1
CN3-3
CN10-2
CN17-2
CN21-1
CN23-1
CN24-1
CN25-1
CN26-1

300

approximately 4.8

Supervised inputs

CN8-1
CN8-3
CN9-1
CN9-3
CN15-1
CN15-3
CN16-1
CN16-3
CN21-2
CN21-4
CN22-1
CN22-3

500

approximately 8

5 A @ 24 VDC relay output


(assume 15% voltage drop)

CN7-1 (NO)
CN7-2 (C)
CN7-3 (NC)
CN14-1 (NO)
CN14-2 (C)
CN14-3 (NC)

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approximately 0.72

1 A @ 24 VDC relay output


(assume 15% voltage drop)

CN4-1 (C)
CN4-2 (NC)
CN4-3 (NO)
CN5-1(C)
CN5-2 (NC)
CN13-1 (NO)
CN13-2 (C)
CN20-1 (NO)
CN20-2 (C)

220

approximately 3.6

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Note:

These specified ranges have been verified by UL. Note that if you run a longer wire, it is not
verified by UL.

This equipment must be permanently connected to a mains fused spur (3 A or 5 A) using 3-core cable with
each core being no less than 0.75mm2 (18 AWG). The mains cable should be clamped securely with the
cable clamps provided within the equipment/installation kit. Knockouts are provided on the top, bottom and
sides of this equipment and these are intended for conduit or cable glands. As a mains switch is not provided
on the equipment, a readily accessible disconnect device shall be incorporated in the building installation
wiring. Where there is doubt as to the phase of this wiring, the device, when operated, will disconnect both
poles simultaneously.

Mains Supply
Item

North America
product

European product

Australian/New
Zealand product

External power source

120 VAC +10% -15%,


60Hz

230 VAC +10% -15%,


50Hz

240 VAC 10%, 50Hz

Input current rating


(AC)

600 mA

250 mA

250 mA

Mains fuse

T630 mA 250 V, UL
Listed

T400 mA 250 V

T400 mA 250 V

Warning: For continued protection against risk of fire, replace the mains fuse only with the same type and
rating of fuse.
The Aux. DC supply output is a Class 2 Power Limited circuit.

Aux DC Supply
Item

Mains powered unit

+24 VDC input*

+12 VDC input*

Output voltage (DC)

14 V 5%

14 V 5%

12 V 5%

Standby battery

7 Ah or 18 Ah

7 Ah or 18 Ah

Maximum recharge
time

24 hours

24 hours

DC power supply
rating**

2.4 A

2.4 A

1.2 A

Battery charge limit

1.2 A

1.2 A

Quiescent current

140 mA

140 mA

200 mA

* 24 VDC and 12 VDC input were not evaluated by UL.


** This DC Power Supply Rating is for all the current requirements, including recharging the battery.
Board protection is provided by resettable fuses which are not replaceable.
All wiring in this enclosure is required to be UL compliant. All installation wiring within this equipment
cabinet should utilize plastic cable ties to bundle cables and attach to designated cabinet cable mounting
locations to provide strain relief for the cable harness.

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Disposal of batteries should be according to the local laws and regulations of your region. Contact your local
waste management office for information on battery recycling or disposal.
If you are not able to identify the applicable rules in your area, check the instructions which will be available
from the battery manufacturer.
Ground all enclosures in accordance with NFPA 70 and Canadian Electrical Code, Part I.

8.1.7

Power Setup

Power for the NGP controller should be configured in System Administration. This is accessed in the Access
Panels folder on the NGP form on the Power sub-tab. Configure the power as follows:

Brownout mode: Alarm and report

Brownout voltage (V): 10.00

Battery size (Ah): 18

Select Check for battery.

Clear the Enable battery tests check box.

Test time: 10 sec

Low load test period: 3 min

High load test period: 20 hr

Low voltage (V): 11.70

Warning voltage (V): 11.40

Cutoff voltage (V): 10.20

Very low voltage (V): 9.00

Excess charge voltage (V): 16.00

Cutoff time: 10 sec

No current (mA): 17

Excess power state discharge current (A): 1.200

8.2

Memory Backup Battery

Remove the factory-installed plastic safety strip from the memory backup battery. This plastic strip prevents
the battery from being effectively seated. The battery will not function properly until the plastic strip is
removed.

8.3

Installing Jumpers

The following chart describes each jumper.


Jumper

Description

CN37

External LED indication for AC power (to be wired to the outside of the enclosure)

CN38

Controls SNAPP 1 termination. 120-ohm termination is added across the bus when the
shunt jumper is installed on the pin header.

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Jumper

Description

CN39

Controls SNAPP 2 termination. 120-ohm termination is added across the bus when the
shunt jumper is installed on the pin header.

CN40

Controls SNAPP 3 termination. 120-ohm termination is added across the bus when the
shunt jumper is installed on the pin header.

CN41

Controls SNAPP 4 termination. 120-ohm termination is added across the bus when the
shunt jumper is installed on the pin header.

CN35

If the panel needs to be started on battery only, without ever having AC or DC power, this
connector should be momentarily shorted.

Resetting the Controller


The reset button is located on the I/O board.
1.

To reset the I/O board, press SW1 (indicated by RESET in the silk-screen on the I/O board).

8.4

Web Configuration

Before using the panel, additional configuration is required.


1.

Using a browser, access the controller by going to its IP address. If the board has never been
programmed, the default IP address is https://169.254.1.100 or https://169.254.1.200 when directly
connected to its primary Ethernet port (when connected to the secondary Ethernet port, https://
169.254.1.201). Otherwise, use the programmed static IP address, or the address obtained from the
DHCP server. You may also obtain the IP address by viewing it from a keypad, if there is one
connected.
Note:

A warning may appear initially when trying to log in that states a problem with this Web sites
security certificate. Although it is not recommended, proceed to the Web site. (For more
information, consult your browsers online help or system administrator for assistance.)

2.

Enter the user ID (service ID), 000000. For the password, the service PIN, 2482, needs to be entered to
view the page. Once logged in, you may view and edit settings for the panel.

3.

On the Network Settings page,


a.

Select the type of addressing for the primary interface. Enter the IP address, network mask, and
network gateway. This information can be obtained from your system administrator.

b.

If you are not planning on using a secondary interface, select Disable from the drop-down.
Otherwise, select the type of addressing for the secondary interface. Enter the IP address, network
mask, and network gateway. For the secondary interface, you should configure the panel for a
network that is different from the primary.

c. Click [Update].
After updating the network settings, you will need to reconnect to the panel using the new information.
4.

On the Host Communications Configuration page,


a.

For the primary and secondary paths, Ethernet is supported. If it is not already selected, select
Ethernet from the drop-down.

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5.

6.

b.

For the Ethernet configuration port number, enter 3001.

c.

Do not change the settings under Serial Configuration. They do not apply at this time.

d.

Click [Update].

On the Authentication Configuration page, the settings that appear here are used to configure the access
panel in System Administration.
a.

Type in a number for the panel code.

b.

Type in a number for the password.

c.

The serial number cannot be changed.

d.

Click [Update].

On the License Update page, the panel license information is displayed. You may update the license by
browsing to the license file. Then click [Update].

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Status

There are LEDs on the I/O board and SOM board to indicate status.

9.1

NGP Board LEDs

The following chart describes the purpose of each LED on the I/O board.
NGP I/O board
LED

Description

LEDs 1 and 2

During normal operation, the heartbeat is indicated by a one second blink rate on
LED 2.
During firmware upgrade...

When LED 1 and LED 2 are both ON, the board is in monitor program mode
(bootloader mode).

When LED 1 is ON and LED 2 is off, programming (flash) firmware is in


progress.

LED 3

Orange LED indicates communication occurring on SNAPP port 1.

LED 4

Orange LED indicates communication occurring on SNAPP port 2.

LED 5

Orange LED indicates communication occurring on SNAPP port 4.

LED 6

Orange LED indicates communication occurring on SNAPP port 3.

LED 7

Green LED indicates link and activity on primary Ethernet port (Eth0).

LED 8

Yellow LED indicates speed on primary Ethernet port (Eth0).

LED 9

Green LED indicates link and activity on secondary Ethernet port (Eth1).

LED 10

Yellow LED indicates speed on secondary Ethernet port (Eth1).

LED 11

Not applicable

LED 12

Green LED indicates the presence of power to the board at connector CN2.

LEDs 1 through 10 will be switched off when the enclosure is closed.

9.2

SOM Board LEDs

The following chart describes the purpose of each LED on the SOM board.
SOM board
LED

Description

Power LED

Green LED indicates SOM power.

Status 1

Yellow LED, along with the green power LED, indicates initialization.

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SOM board
LED

Description

Status 2

Red LED is off. Currently not defined.

SOM Errors
Status/error

LED blink pattern

Waiting for input

Both Power and Status 1 LEDs blink rapidly (4Hz)

Progress

Both Power and Status 1 LEDs blink slowly (1Hz)

Error Codes Group G

The error code displays in a loop.

ERROR_G2
ERROR_G8

1.

Both LEDs blink for 0.5 second and turn off for 0.5second.

2.

The yellow LED turns ON and the green LED blinks (2-8 times) and
then turns off.

3.

The cycle repeats.

Error Codes Group Y

The error code displays in a loop.

ERROR_Y2
ERROR_Y8

1.

Both LEDs blink for 0.5 second and turn off for 0.5 second.

2.

The green LED turns ON and the yellow LED blinks (2-8 times) and
then turns off.

3.

The cycle repeats.

Error code

Error

ERROR_G2

Bootstrap: SDRAM Test failed (only first 256KB)

ERROR_G3

Bootstrap: Bootloader CRC Error

ERROR_G4

Bootstrap: Failed to load Bootloader

ERROR_G5

System cannot boot. Retry count reached

ERROR_G6

Bootloader: Failed to load Linux Kernel (CRC error, Flash Write error)

ERROR_G7

Bootloader: Loading Emergency RootFS

ERROR_G8

Bootloader: Corrupted Root File System

ERROR_Y2

Bootloader: SDRAM Test failed

ERROR_Y3

Read BootFlags failed

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9.3

Replace Battery

The event log buffer and the real time clock are backed up by a 3 V battery. Without power being applied to
the controller, the battery will retain events and transactions for up to one year.
This battery should be replaced annually to insure that proper backup functionally is maintained. Remove
the insulator from the battery holder after installation. Replacement battery: Panasonic CR2354 Lithium
coin cell battery.

Warning

Caution:

When changing the lithium battery, replacement must be a Panasonic CR2354


only.

Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble or dispose of in


fire. Follow local code for proper disposal of used lithium battery.

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Specifications

The NGP is for use with UL Listed access control power limited power supplies.
These specifications are subject to change without notice.

Primary Power:
-

AC power: 18 VAC 10%


DC power: 24/12 VDC 10% (Not evaluated by UL)
Maximum input power: 2.7 A
Total current that can be sourced from panel: 1 A.

Note:

It is up to the installer to ensure that the sum of the loads on all the supply outputs from the
NGP plus the current consumed by the NGP is equal to or less than 1.2 A. The 1.2 A output
current from the regulator also includes at least 200 mA to power the I/O board and the SOM.
Maximum available output current is 650 mA (example 250 mA for (Reader power) + 400 mA
for (SNAPP Ports) = 650 mA total current used. That means the installer has 0 mA available
for Aux power devices. Drawing more will cause the output voltage to drop as the system
regulator starts to current limit.

The power applied from the mains to the transformer in the enclosure is 120 VAC for North
America (230 VAC for Europe, and 240 VAC for Australia).
Memory and Clock Backup: Panasonic 3 V CR2354 Lithium coin cell battery

Wiring
-

Ground: 14 AWG, provided in the panel from the fused terminal block to the ground lug
Module Bus (RS-485) Cabling (device communication and power): Recommended: 22 AWG, 4
conductors, shielded twisted pair, 120 impedance, low capacitance, 41 pF/meter or 12.5 pF/foot
(such as Belden 9842).
Maximum Length: Up to 2000 feet (610 m) of cable on a module bus port.

Note:

For longer cable distances, or where one cable connects many expansion modules (daisy
chained, star wiring configurations are not acceptable), a 120-ohm terminating resistor will
need to be installed across A and B communication terminals of the last module on the bus
cable.

Separate Power (or door strike) Wiring: Recommended: 18 AWG, stranded and insulated (2
conductors; color-coded is preferable)
- Inputs/Sensor Cabling: 22 AWG, 2 wires (For electrically noisy environments, use twisted pair,
and/or shielded cable.)
- Outputs/Signaling: 22 AWG, 2 conductors
Reader Cabling: 22 AWG (For Canadian UL Listed installations: 22 AWG), shielded. Maximum for
reader data lines: 500 feet (150 m). Maximum for power wiring: 300 feet (91.44 m)
- Basic reader (no LEDs, buzzer control, or tamper): 4 conductors
- Reader with LEDs: 6 conductors
- Reader with LEDs, plus buzzer and tamper: 9 conductors
Relays outputs:
-

Siren relay, 1 A @ 30 VDC


Strobe relay, 1 A @ 30 VDC
Strike relay, 5 A @ 30 VDC
Aux relay, 1 A @ 30 VDC

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Environmental:
Temperature:

Operating: 0 to +49 C (32 to 120 F)

Storage: -40 to 85 C (-40 to 185 F)

Humidity: 10 to 85% 5% RHNC


Mechanical:
Dimensions: H 160 x W 250 x D 42 mm (H 6.30 x W 9.84 x D 1.65 inches)
Weight of I/O board and SOM board: 0.47 kg
Weight of accompanying parts:

Enclosure: 6 kg

Transformer: 1 kg

Battery retention bracket: 0.09 kg

18 Ahr battery: 5.8 kg


CE marking

RoHS compliant

WEEE

FCC part 15

UL294/UL1076 Listed

ULC Listed

AES128 certified (Certificate #1496)

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11

16 Input Control Module NGP-1100

The 16 Input Control Module (model series 650-3646) monitors up to sixteen supervised inputs. It
communicates to the NGP intelligent system controller on the SNAPP bus (RS-485) and can interface to the
NGP-1208 output relay control module via VBUS internal cabinet communications. A maximum of four
VBUS output relay expansion modules (for a total of 32 relay outputs) can be supported by one input control
module.
The input control module can also monitor four NGP power supply units on its VBUS.

Input control module with VBUS

Not used

P1 IN

TB1

2 3
TB10

IN12
0V
IN11

IN10
0V
IN9
0V
Tamper
2

2 3
TB9

IN14
0V
IN13

Jumper to disable
front tamper.

Tamper
Spring

2 3

IN16
0V
IN15

Wire short to disable


rear tamper

Processor OK
(green)
VBUS Active
(yellow)

2 3
TB7

TB8

Not used
Rear tamper on
back of board

Power (green)

2 3

2 3

2 3

2 3

TB2

2 3

TB11

0V

TB12

TB13

Module Bus
(SNAPP)

Aux (+) 12 VDC


0V
VBUS

2 3

OP2

OP2

TB3

OP1
0V

2 3

TB4

IN1
0V
IN2
IN3
0V
IN4
IN5
0V
IN6

TB5

IN7
0V
IN8

TB6

LEDs

12 V

(+) 12 V IN
Data A
Data B
0V

OP1

The NGP-1100 is available separately. It is also sold with a universal mounting plate (NGP-1108-UMP).
With the mounting plate, it can be installed in either the LNL-CTX, LNL-CTX-6 enclosure, AL400ULX or
LNL-AL600ULX-4CB6 power supplies.

11.1

Packing List

16 Input Control Module (quantity = 1)

Installation kit which includes:


-

Two positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 2)


Three positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 10)
Four positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 1)

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End of line resistors 1k ohm, 1% (quantity = 32)


Machine screws (quantity = 4)
Tamper spring (quantity = 1)

11.2

Mounting the Module

Use the provided screws as required to mount the unit in one of the designated enclosures (the NGP
enclosure, IPSU enclosure, LNL-CTX, LNL-CTX-6 enclosure, AL400ULX or LNL-AL600ULX-4CB6
power supplies).
If you are mounting the module in a LNL-CTX, LNL-CTX-6 enclosure, AL400ULX or LNL-AL600ULX4CB6 power supplies determine the series of eight standoffs for mounting the module. Insert the module and
mounting plate assembly, attaching it with the eight nuts provided.

Note:

Do not overtighten the mounting screws.

Input control module mounting holes and dimensions


0.1875 in (4.76 mm)

5.375 in (136.53 mm)

P1 IN

TB1

2 3
TB10

2 3
TB9

2 3

2 3
TB7

TB8

TB13

2 3

2 3

TB3

2 3

TB12

2 3

TB11

2 3

TB2

2 3

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2 3

TB4

TB5

0.1875 in (4.76 mm)

OP2

Anti-attack Bushing Cap

If this module is being mounted in the same enclosure as the intelligent power supply unit, an anti-attack
bushing cap covers a rear tamper spring. It fits inside an O ring bushing located in the cabinets rear wall
anti-tamper spring knockout. Leave the O ring bushing and cap in place if the rear tamper is not used.
If the rear tamper is used:
1.

Remove the cap and the O ring with the edge of a flat screwdriver.

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2.8125 in (71.44 mm)

LEDs

2.4375 in (61.91 mm)

OP1

TB6

0.1875 in
(4.76 mm)

5.75 in (146.05 mm)

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2.

Discard the O ring.

3.

Align the cap for the tamper spring and knockout hole on the cabinet back.

4.

Screw the cap into the mounting surface.

5.

Place the control cabinet over it, allowing the rear tamper spring to fit inside the cap. The cap will fit
into the cabinets tamper spring knockout hole.

6.

Secure the cabinet to the mounting surface.

11.3

VBUS

VBUS is an internal communication bus that related VBUS modules are used with. The VBUS is not
intended for external use. It has been designed to be used in a protected enclosure with adjoining
interconnection between modules in the same enclosure. VBUS devices must be located behind the tamper
switch of its host device. Therefore, the wire length can never be greater than the size of the box. Three
conductors are required.

11.4

Input Wiring
Typical Door Contact Circuit (Dual-EOL)
Door Contact Input
COM/Shared

Install resistors close


to the contact
1k

1k

11.5

Power

Power for the input control module can be passed through the SNAPP connection.
Optionally, auxiliary power may be used to power the board. The 12 VDC auxiliary output (at TB13)
supports up to 10 mA.

11.6

Status LEDs

The Processor green LED will flash on and off for indication of normal CPU processing.

The VBUS yellow LED will flash on and off if there is no VBUS board communicating on the VBUS.
If a VBUS board is present, the VBUS LED will remain off.

The Power green LED stays on providing the operating voltage remains above 9.5 V. If the voltage is
lower, the LED will flash on and off.

The two output LEDs follow when the outputs are active.

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11.6.1

Serial Number Display

When the board is initially powered, the serial number is displayed in an encoded form. The number of times
the VBUS yellow LED flashes while the Processor OK green LED is on steady gives the digit value.
For example, if the green LED is on and the yellow LED flashes three times, then the green LED goes off,
the first digit is 3. Then if the green LED turns back on and the yellow LED flashes nine times, then the
green LED goes off, the second digit is 9, etc.
The entire serial number will be displayed, one digit at a time. It takes several seconds to complete the entire
process.
0 is indicated by the green LED turning on and the yellow LED not flashing. When the serial number
display is complete, the Processor OK green LED will flash on and off at a more moderate rate.

11.7

Final Steps

1.

Apply power to the unit and listen for the relays to click, verifying LED indicators for correct board
operation.

2.

When finished, ensure all wires are clear and secure of the cover before closing.

11.8

Specifications

The NGP-1100 is for use in low voltage, Class 2 circuits only. These specifications are subject to change
without notice.

Ratings

- Input: 12 VDC, 100 mA


- Output: 12 VDC, 2x10 mA
Inputs: Sixteen (16) inputs, standard EOL: 1k ohm in series, 1k ohm in parallel

Outputs

- Two (2) relay outputs


Communication: SNAPP, VBUS

Cable requirements: 22 AWG, stranded

- SNAPP bus: four conductors


- VBUS: three conductors
- Input wiring: two conductors
- Power input: two conductors
Mechanical

- Dimensions: 5.75 x 2.875 x 0.6 in. (146 x 73 x 15 mm)


Environmental

- Temperature: 0 to +49 C (32 to 120 F)


- Humidity: 5 to 85% RHNC
Certifications
-

UL294 Listed
FCC Part 15
CE marking

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8 Output Relay Control Module NGP-1208

The output expanders (model series 650-3641) are used to add additional output points to the system in
groups of eight. Output points can be used to control such things as sirens, indicators, or other peripherals.
The NGP intelligent system controller can be licensed to support a maximum of sixteen output relay control
modules.

Output relay control module


0.1875 in (4.76 mm)

5.375 in (136.53 mm)

0V
(+)12VDC IN

Relay LEDs (on when relays activated)

TB5
3

TB6
3

TB7
3

TB8
3

3
0.1875 in
(4.76 mm)

NO
COM
NC

TB4

NO
COM
NC
NO
COM
NC

NO
COM
NC

TB3

NO
COM
NC
NO
COM
NC
NO
COM
NC
NO
COM
NC

TB2

TB1

1 2

VBUS

Not used - do not jumper

TB9

The output relay expansion module must be connected to the NGP-1100 input control module. Up to four
output relay expansion modules can be connected to any one input control module.
The NGP-1208 is available separately. It is also sold with a universal mounting plate (NGP-1216K-UMP).
With the mounting plate, there are two boards, and it can be installed in either the LNL-CTX, LNL-CTX-6
enclosure, AL400ULX or LNL-AL600ULX-4CB6 power supplies.

12.1

Packing List

8 output relay expansion module (quantity = 1)

Installation kit which includes:


-

2.125 in (53.95 mm)

P5
P4
P3
P2

1.75 in (44.45 mm)

Processor OK LED
(with VBUS = slow flash,
No VBUS = quick flash)

0.1875 in
(4.76 mm)

5.75 in (146.05 mm)


0.1875 in (4.76 mm)

Three positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 9)


Machine screws (quantity = 4)

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12.2

Mounting the Module

Use the provided screws as required to mount the unit in one of the designated enclosures (the NGP
enclosure, IPSU enclosure, LNL-CTX, LNL-CTX-6 enclosure, AL400ULX or LNL-AL600ULX-4CB6
power supplies).
If you are mounting the module in a LNL-CTX, LNL-CTX-6 enclosure, AL400ULX or LNL-AL600ULX4CB6 power supplies, determine the series of eight standoffs for mounting the module. Insert the module
and mounting plate assembly, attaching it with the eight nuts provided.

Note:

12.3

Do not overtighten the mounting screws.

Output Relay Expansion Module

Each of the eight relay output connections can be Normally Closed or Normally Open.

VBUS devices must be located behind the tamper switch of its host device per the UL standard.
Therefore the wire length can never be greater than the size of the box. Three conductors are required so
it is recommend to use the same cable as the SNAPP bus (22 AWG stranded).

Communication to the NGP controller is through the VBUS connection via the input control module.

Power is supplied to the output relay control module from the input control module.

The unjumpered connector on the module is for factory use only. Do not jumper this connector.

12.4

Jumpers

Each output relay control module must have unique address. Use jumpers P2 and P3 to set the address.
VBUS Unit Address

Jumper P2

Jumper P3

out

out

IN

out

out

IN

IN

IN

Jumper P4 is not used do not connect.


To perform a test on the output module, insert the P5 test jumper and remove the VBUS connection only.
Within a minute, the relay LEDs should be activated. After testing, remove the P5 jumper and reconnect the
VBUS.

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12.5

Status LEDs

The relay LEDs turn on when the relays are activated. Use the P5 test jumper to turn the relay LEDs on
or off.

The Processor OK LED will flash slowly (about 0.5 second on and 0.5 second off) with VBUS and flash
quickly (about 0.2 second on and 0.2 second off) without a VBUS connection.

12.6

Final Steps

1.

Ensure the jumpers are configured correctly.

2.

Apply power to the unit and listen for the relays to click, verifying LED indicators for correct board
operation.

3.

When finished, ensure all wires are clear and secure of the cover before closing.

12.7

Specifications

The NGP-1208 is for use in low voltage, Class 2 circuits only. These specifications are subject to change
without notice.

Power ratings

- Input: 12 VDC, 155 mA


Outputs: 1 relay = 1 A resistive, 0.1 A inductive

Communication: to NGP-1100 via VBUS

Cable requirements: 22 AWG, stranded

Mechanical

- Dimensions: 5.75 x 2.125 x 0.6 in. (146 x 54 x 15 mm)


Environmental

- Temperature: 0 to +49 C (32 to 120 F)


- Humidity: 5 to 85% RHNC
Certifications:
-

UL294 Listed
FCC part 15
CE marking
RoHS compliant

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Dual Door Interface Module NGP-1320

The dual door interface module (model series 950-901x) is capable of supporting two complete door
configurations, with up to two readers per door. This dual door interface module provides termination points
for door contacts (door position switches) and request to exit devices as well as two door strike relays to
control power to the controlled access doors. It communicates to the NGP family of controllers via a 2-wire
RS-485 bus. The NGP-1320 is to be used for access control only installations.
The NGP-1320 is available separately. It is also sold with a universal mounting plate (NGP-1320-UMP).
With the mounting plate, it can be installed in either the LNL-CTX, LNL-CTX-6 enclosure, AL400ULX or
LNL-AL600ULX-4CB6 power supplies.

4
0V

TB2

TB3

3
B

UNLOCK
RELAY

INPUT

DOOR 2
(1 or 2 Readers)

MODULE
BUS

+12V

DOOR 2
READER
VOLTAGE

4
0V

Ground 0V - Black
FOR SERVICE KEYPAD

+5V

TAMPER

DOOR 1
READER
+5V VOLTAGE
DOOR 1
(1 or 2 Readers)
AUX
RELAY

UNLOCK
RELAY

TB8

+12V

INPUT
TB9

READER
TB10

R2 Data 0

R2 Data 1

(-) 0V Signal Ground

R1 Data 0

R1 Data 1

Red LED

Green LED

(+) 5/12 VDC

BUZ Out (-)

Reader Tamper

COM/Shared

Door Contact Input

Aux Input

Request to Exit (RTE)

UNLOCK
RELAY

COM/Shared

NO

Common

NC

(Normally Open)

Aux Relay

1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
NO1 COM1 NC2 COM2 NO2 AUX GND RTE DCNT GND RTMP BUZ 5/12 GRN RED/ R1D1 R1D0 GND R2D1 R2D0
RXD

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Aux Relay
(Normally Open)

NC

Common

NO

Aux Input

COM/Shared

Request to Exit (RTE)

COM/Shared

Door Contact Input

Reader Tamper

(+) 5/12 VDC


BUZ Out (-)

Green LED

Red LED

R1 Data 1

(-) 0V Signal Ground

R2 Data 1

R2 Data 0

(+) 12V - Red

Data A - Green

(-) 0V - Black

3
B

2
A

Data B - Yellow

TB5

1
2
+12V A

1
+12V

Data A - Green

UNLOCK
RELAY

1
2
1
2
3
4 1
1
2
1
2
3
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
NO1 COM1 NC2 COM2 NO2 AUX GND RTE DCNT GND RTMP BUZ 5/12 GRN RED/ R1D1 R1D0 GND R2D1 R2D0
RXD

READER

MODULE BUS

(+) 12V - Red

TB1
TB6

Data B - Yellow

From Previous Device


(and To Next Device)

R1 Data 0

Dual door interface module

AUX
RELAY

NGP Hardware Installation Guide

13.1

Packing List

Dual door interface module (quantity = 1)

Installation kit which includes:


-

13.2

Two positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 5)


Three positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 4)
Four positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 4)
Six positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 2)
1N4005 diodes (quantity = 2)
End of line resistors 1k ohm, 1% (quantity = 8)
Plastic board supports for optional mounting (quantity = 1)

Mounting the Module

Use the provided screws as required to mount the unit in one of the designated enclosures (the NGP
enclosure, LNL-CTX, LNL-CTX-6 enclosure, AL400ULX or LNL-AL600ULX-4CB6 power supplies).
If you are mounting the module in a LNL-CTX or LNL-CTX-6 enclosure, AL400ULX or LNLAL600ULX-4CB6 power supplies, determine the series of eight standoffs for mounting the module. Insert
the module and mounting plate assembly, attaching it with the eight nuts provided.

Note:

Do not overtighten the mounting screws.

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Dual door interface module mounting holes and dimensions

5.375 in (136.53 mm)

0.1875 in (4.76 mm)

0.1875 in
(4.76 mm)

5.75 in (146.05 mm)

0.1875 in
(4.76 mm)

1
2
3
4 1
1
2
1
2
3
1
6
1
2
2
3
2
3
4
5
NO1 COM1 NC2 COM2 NO2 AUX GND RTE DCNT GND RTMP BUZ 5/12 GRN RED/ R1D1 R1D0 GND R2D1 R2D0
RXD
TB5

1
2
+12V A

3
B

4
0V
TB1

TB2

TB3

TB6
1
+12V

(+) 12V - Red

2
A

Data A - Green

3
B

Data B - Yellow

4
0V

Ground 0V - Black

+12V
+5V

TB8

TB9

TB10

1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
NO1 COM1 NC2 COM2 NO2 AUX GND RTE DCNT GND RTMP BUZ 5/12 GRN RED/ R1D1 R1D0 GND R2D1 R2D0
RXD

13.2.1

0.1875 in (4.76 mm)

+12V

4.25 in (107.95 mm)

+5V

3.875 in (98.42 mm)

TAMPER

Anti-attack Bushing Cap

If this module is being mounted in the same enclosure as the controller or intelligent power supply unit, an
anti-attack bushing cap covers a rear tamper spring. It fits inside an O ring bushing located in the cabinets
rear wall anti-tamper spring knockout. Leave the O ring bushing and cap in place if the rear tamper is not
used.
If the rear tamper is used:
1.

Remove the cap and the O ring with the edge of a flat screwdriver.

2.

Discard the O ring.

3.

Align the cap for the tamper spring and knockout hole on the cabinet back.

4.

Screw the cap into the mounting surface.

5.

Place the control cabinet over it, allowing the rear tamper spring to fit inside the cap. The cap will fit
into the cabinets tamper spring knockout hole.

6.

Secure the cabinet to the mounting surface.

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13.3

Wiring

Door Unlock Circuit: A diode is provided to protect against voltages induced when a DC strike is deenergized. For an AC strike, or a magnetic-lock with reversing coils (or if unsure), you must use a 27 V
Metal Oxide Varistor (MOV).
Verify that at least 10.5 volts are at each device (with relays energized). Use additional power supplies as
necessary.
For large current-draw devices with built-in power supplies, connect the incoming and outgoing module bus
+12 lines together, but do not connect to the +12 in the cabinet.

Components and cable specifications

Reader cable
22 AWG, shielded, 3 pairs

Door Contact/Sensor
22 AWG, 1 pair

RTE

Dual Door
Controller
Module

RTE Button
22 AWG, 1 pair

Door Lock

Lock

18 AWG, 1 pair

(with
doorcloser)

Aux Relay
22 AWG, 1 pair

12 VDC Input power

To panel, or
prev. MOD

Module Bus
22 AWG, 4 wires
shielded, 120
ohms

Aux Input
22 AWG, 1 pair

Next
'MOD'

Door
1 or 2

Aux

Power
Supply

Last
'MOD'
XFMR

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13.3.1

Output Wiring

The contact protection circuit must be used. The following two circuits are recommended. Locate the
protection circuit as close to the load as possible (within 12 inches [30cm]), as the effectiveness of the circuit
will decrease if it is located further away.

12 VDC
+

DC STRIKE

1 (NC)

2 (C)
3 (NO)

DIODE CURRENT RATING > 1X STRIKE CURRENT


DIODE BREAK DOWN VOLTAGE > 4X STRIKE VOLTAGE
FOR 12 OR 24 VDC STRIKE, DIODE 1N4002 (100V/1A)
TYPICAL

AC
XFMR

AC STRIKE

1 (NC)
2 (C)
3 (NO)

CLAMP VOLTAGE > 1.5 X VAC RMS


FOR 24 VAC STRIKE, PANASONIC ERZ-CO7DK470
TYPICAL

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13.3.2

Reader Wiring
READER

TB11
3
4

RED (1)

R2 DATA 0

(+) 5/12 VDC


GREEN LED
RED LED
R1 DATA 1
R1 DATA 0
(-) 0V SIGNAL GND
R2 DATA 1

RED/
5/12 GRN RXD R1D1 R1D0 GND R2D1 R2D0

BRN (4)
0 1

ORG (5)

2 3
4 5

WHT (3)

6 7
8 9

GRN (2)

BLK (6)

For the second reader of each door, the reader connections are shared (except for the Data 0 and Data 1
which are separate for each reader).

13.4

Jumpers

Reader power for Door 1 [J1] and Door 2 [J2]:

5V = 12V reduced to 5V at door

12V = 12V passed through to reader

13.5

Status LEDs

LED 1: This is the Processor OK LED. Its normal action is a slow flash (about 1 second on, 1 second
off).

LED 2: This is the SNAPP OK LED. If the module serial number is configured and communicating
with the main panel then the LED is on. If the module serial number is not programmed or not
communicating the LED is off.

LED 3: This is the Power BAD LED. If there is insufficient voltage or current then this LED will flash.
If the voltage is normal then the LED is off.Magnetic Locks and other Fail-Safe Door Locks

The default door lock wiring is for Fail Secure (powered = unlocked). For magnetic-locks and other FailSafe door locks (powered = locked), move the NO wire to NC terminal for the specific unlock relay.

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Note:

The system shall not be installed in the fail secure mode unless permitted by the local authority
having jurisdiction and shall not interfere with the operation of panic hardware. (Not evaluated
by UL.)

1
2
X 3

13.6

NC
Com
NO

Door Contact Detail and Request to Exit


Typical Door Contact Circuit (Dual-EOL)
Door Contact Input
COM/Shared

Install resistors close


to the door contact
1k

1k

13.7

Door Contact
(must match /
follow the door
state)

Final Steps

1.

Ensure the reader voltage jumpers match your specific readers.

2.

Apply power to the unit and listen for the relays to click, verifying LED indicators for correct board
operation.

3.

When finished, ensure all wires are clear and secure of the cover before closing.

13.8

Specifications

The NGP-1320 is for use in low voltage, Class 2 circuits only. These specifications are subject to change
without notice.

Incoming power ratings: 12 VDC, 300 mA max

Outputs

- Four outputs: Relay type


- Door strike: 24 VDC/1 A
- Aux: 24 VDC/0.1 A
Inputs

- Eight (8) unsupervised/supervised, standard EOL, 1k/1k ohm, 1% 1/4 watt


- One (1) unsupervised, dedicated for cabinet tamper
Reader interface
-

Four interfaces

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Reader power (jumper selectable): 12 VDC + 10% regulated, 125 mA maximum each reader or 5
VDC + 10% regulated, 600 mA maximum each reader
Communication: SNAPP bus

Cable requirements
-

Power: 18 AWG, 1 stranded


Reader data: 6 conductors, 18 AWG, 500 feet (150 m) maximum
SNAPP bus (RS-485): 22 AWG, 100 ohm impedance, twisted pair with shield, 4000 feet (1219 m)
maximum
Mechanical

- Dimensions: 5.75 x 4.25 x 1 in. (146 x 108 x 25 mm)


Environmental

- Temperature: 0 to +49 C (32 to 120 F)


- Humidity: 5 to 85% RHNC at 25 C (77 F)
Certifications
-

CE marking
RoHS compliant
WEEE

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14

NGP Intelligent Power Supply 120-3650/120-3651

The intelligent power supply unit (IPSU) communicates with the NGP main controller on its module
communication bus (SNAPP), allowing remote diagnostics of the power supply. The power supply is rated
to provide 13.8 VDC, 650 mA to peripheral devices on the system and will support a 12 VDC backup
battery up to 17 Ahr. The power supply unit can feature a 230 VAC to 16 VAC transformer inside the
enclosure for European requirements. Not evaluated by UL.

Intelligent power supply unit


Not used - do not jumper.

TB2

*1
SNAPP Isolate

1
TB3

Battery
plug

3
TB4
TB5

2
3

Factory set. Do not


adjust.
Manual Battery
Restart
momentarily jumper
after a battery has
been connected and
there is no AC mains
available.

Battery resettable
fuse

Cover Tamper Spring


Not used

TB6

P3 jumper in = rear
tamper bypassed

3
1
2
TB7

Power On Green
LED
Trouble Yellow
LED

Wire short for cover


tamper spring
operation only.

Module bus communication


red LED

NO
C
NC
Additional Cover
Tamper Input
0V

(+)12V
0V
VBUS

Module Bus
(SNAPP)

Data B
(-) 0V

Data A

(+)12V

(-) (+)

0V

1.0 A Output

TB1

Auxiliary power
resettable fuse

Auxiliary (+)12VDC
0V
Auxiliary (+)12VDC

AC Mains on
green LED

Earth GND
Earth GND

16.5 VAC/40 VA AC Mains


16.5 VAC/40 VA AC Mains

P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10

Rear tamper

Processor OK green
LED
slow flash. Fast flash
with no VBUS
connected.

**2
Button

Not used - do not jumper.

Battery Connectors

(+)
(-)

*1 SNAPP Isolate: Jumper/short with wire to enable module bus (SNAPP) connector 12 VDC.
**2 Brownout Button: After installation and all power connections are complete, press this button to
establish a frame of reference to detect a brownout.

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The maximum number of devices that can be mounted in the enclosure with the intelligent power supply
unit is one NGP-1100 and up to three NGP-1208 modules.

Module power supply applications

Module bus (SNAPP)

Main
Control
Unit

Module Power Supply


SNAPP

Module Power Supply

VBUS

VBUS

VBUS

VBUS

Master Unit communicating to


the main control unit on the
module bus. The serial number
is programmed.
- P4 and P5 in
- P9 and P10 ignored

Note:

Module Power Supply

- Parallel
connections
- 0V and VBUS
- 12VDC
connection not
needed

VBUS

Unit #1 on master unit VBUS.


The serial number is ignored.

Unit #2 on master unit VBUS.


The serial number is ignored.

- P4 in, P5 out
- P9 and P10 out = Address 0
or Unit #1

- P4 in, P5 out
- P9 out, P10 in = Address 1 or
Unit #2

VBUS is an internal communication bus that related VBUS modules are used with. The VBUS is
not intended for external use. It has been designed to be used in a protected enclosure with
adjoining interconnection between modules in the same enclosure.

The following intelligent power supply units are available:

120-3650L - North American intelligent power supply without transformer

120-3651L - European intelligent power supply with external transformer

120-3658L - North American intelligent power supply with external transformer

14.1

Packing List

Intelligent power supply unit in its enclosure (quantity = 1)

Installation kit which includes:


-

Two positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 4)


Three positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 2)
Four positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 2)

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End of line resistors 1k ohm, 1% (quantity = 2)


Machine screws with lock washers (quantity = 4)
Machine screws (quantity = 4)
Tamper spring (quantity = 1)
Battery cable (quantity =1)
Cable tie (quantity = 1)
Cable tie mounting pad (quantity = 1)
Replacement anti-attack bushing cap (quantity = 1)

14.2

Mounting the Module

Use the provided screws as required to mount the unit in the IPSU enclosure.

Note:

Do not overtighten the mounting screws.

IPSU mounting holes and dimensions

3.875 in (98.42 mm)

0.1875 in (4.76 mm)

0.1875 in
(4.76 mm)

4.25 in (107.95 mm)

0.1875 in
(4.76 mm)

TB1

1
2

TB2

1
2
1

TB3

2
3
2
3

Module Bus
(SNAPP)

5.75 in (146.05 mm)

TB4

5.375 in (136.53 mm)

(-) (+)

1
TB5

2
3

TB6

1
2
1
2
TB7

0.1875 in (4.76 mm)

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P5
P6
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IPSU enclosure

1.4375 in (36.51 mm)

Intelligent Power
Supply Unit

18.375 in (466.72 mm)

14.41 in (366 mm)

1.9375 in (49.21 mm)

0.984 in (25 mm)

9.72 in (247 mm)


11.875 in (301.62 mm)

0.984 in (25 mm)

The enclosure can accommodate one input control module and up to three output relay expansion module as
field upgrades.

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14.2.1

Anti-Attack Bushing Cap

An anti-attack bushing cap covers a rear tamper spring. It fits inside an O ring bushing located in the
cabinets rear wall anti-tamper spring knockout. Leave the O ring bushing and cap in place if the rear tamper
is not used.
If the rear tamper is used:
1.

Remove the cap and the O ring with the edge of a flat screwdriver.

2.

Discard the O ring.

3.

Align the cap for the tamper spring and knockout hole on the cabinet back.

4.

Screw the cap into the mounting surface.

5.

Place the control cabinet over it, allowing the rear tamper spring to fit inside the cap. The cap will fit
into the cabinets tamper spring knockout hole.

6.

Secure the cabinet to the mounting surface.

14.3

Jumpers

Jumpers P4, P5, P6, P7, and P8 are used to configure power supply type and other selections.
Power supply type and other selections

P4

P5

Module bus (SNAPP) and VBUS master (P9


and P10 are ignored.)

IN

IN

VBUS (Set P9 and P10 VBUS Address.)

IN

out

Module bus (SNAPP) ONLY

out

IN

Stand-alone, no module bus or VBUS

out

out

P6

110V operation

IN

220V operation

out

Relay test - disconnect the module bus


(SNAPP). Momentarily insert P7 jumper and
remove again. Relay will cycle on, off for 10
seconds.
Defeat battery - where a standby battery is not
required, insert P8 jumper and the system will
ignore battery monitoring.

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P8

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Important:

Jumper P8 must be left out for battery monitoring.

Jumpers P9 and P10 are used to configure addressing.


Power supply VBUS
address

P9

P10

out

out

out

IN

IN

out

IN

IN

14.4

Status LEDs

AC Mains On (green) - on with electrical present

Power on (green) - on if auxiliary DC power is present

Trouble (yellow) Normal = not on. This LED will flash on and off for:

- AC Mains failure
- Battery loss
- Module Bus (SNAPP) not active (turns on solid if one or more of the board tampers are active)
Processor OK

- Normally will flash on and off slowly


- Flashes on and off rapidly when VBUS is present
Relay Trouble Output - changes state with any trouble mentioned above.

14.5

Power Supply LCD Keypad Diagnostics

The power supply must be communicating with the main control module.

A user with the authority to view status can view these screens locally or using the OnGuard software.

Critical conditions can be reported through keypad alert and communications, and Alarm Monitoring.

For local annunciation, the following steps are required:


-

In the Status menu, using the left and right keypad arrow keys, select Power and press the keypad
button below Ok.
Use the left and right arrow keys to select the status of Overall system power condition or the main
Panel or the power supply, IPSU.
Selecting Overall will display that the systems power conditions are either in Trouble or Ok.
When finished viewing or entering items, you can use the [x] key to back out of keypad screens you
are viewing and return to previous ones or go to others.
Select Panel and press Ok. This will supply left/right arrow key selections for the condition of the
panel's AC mains, DC (main control module auxiliary power) or the battery connected to the main
controller (e.g. select AC and press Ok).
If an end user has logged on to view these screens, they will see if the AC mains for the main panel
is Ok, is in Failure or has had a Brownout condition (AC voltage too low).

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14.6

Main Panel and Power Supply AC Condition Calibration

If a service user has logged on and views these screens, they can press [3] and see Cal for calibration. The
keypad button beneath Cal can be pressed to calibrate the AC condition. This is a tool to attempt to correct a
problem. An additional screen will not display. If this clears the problem, Ok will appear.

14.7

Voltage and Current Conditions

Any user logged on can select DC or the battery conditions of the main panel using SNAPP bus.

Auxiliary DC conditions that may display are: Relay Cutoff, Fuse Failure, Low Voltage, Overload.

Battery conditions are: No Battery, Cutoff, Shorted, Wrn Cutoff, Low, Exces Curr (excessive current),
Discharge, Charge.

If the button below VC is pressed for either a Main Panel DC or standby battery condition, the related
voltage and current will display.

14.8

Power Supply Displays

AC mains, Auxiliary DC and Battery conditions can be displayed for a power supply module.

Because the power supply can be configured with the previously explained jumpers into different types
of units, the same will display for the power supply module.

Example 1:
-

The AC mains connection of the IPSU01 (intelligent power supply unit or power supply module
#1) is an M01 (module bus (SNAPP) unit only) and is in Failure condition.
AC mains conditions that can display are: Failure, Brownout, Offline.

Example 2:
-

The auxiliary DC of the IPSU01 (intelligent power supply unit or power supply module #1) is a
M01V1 (module bus (SNAPP) VBUS master unit) and VBUS unit #1 on its VBUS is experiencing
low voltage. The button below VC can be pressed to view the conditions voltage and current.
DC conditions that can display are: Relay Cutoff, Fuse Failure, Low Voltage, Overload.

Example 3:
-

The battery connection of the IPSU01 (intelligent power supply unit or power supply #1) is V1
(VBUS unit #1 connected to the main control unit) and is low.
Battery conditions that can display are: No Battery, Cutoff (battery disconnect by unit), Shorted,
Wrn Cutoff (warning cutoff), Low, Exces Curr (excessive current), Discharge, Charge (battery
charging), Offline (battery disconnected). The button below VC can be pressed to view the units
voltage and current.

14.9

Specifications

These specifications are subject to change without notice.

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North America (part number 120-3650):

Input: 16.5 VAC/40 VA/50-60 Hz/60 W, 50 mA

Output: 12 VDC
Europe (part number 120-3651):

Input: 230 VAC/50 Hz, 50 mA

Output: 12 VDC
Communication: SNAPP bus

Board dimensions: 5.75 x 4.25 in. (146.05 x 107.95 mm)

Cabinet dimensions: 11.875 x 18.375 x 3.375 in. (301.62 x 466.72 x 85.72 mm)

Environmental

- Temperature: 0 to +49 C (32 to 120 F)


- Humidity: 5 to 85% RHNC at 25 C (77 F)
Certifications
-

FCC part 15
CE marking
RoHS

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The worldwide modem is available for reporting alarms and system events to monitoring stations. The
modem should be housed in an enclosure and plugged directly into the NGP intelligent system controller.
The worldwide modem is for use with controllers with the intrusion feature.

Notes:

Use minimum 26 AWG UL/CSA or equivalent approved telephone cable.


Not evaluated by UL.

15.1

Worldwide Modem with 8 output STU

Designed to meet the telecom requirements worldwide

2400 baud

It can automatically dial when required and also seize the telephone line if it is busy at the time.

For output programming with an NGP LCD keypad, refer to the NGP LCD Keypad Programming
Reference Guide.

Worldwide modem

Output 8
Output 7
Output 6
Output 5
Output 4
Output 3
Output 2
Output 1

0V

From Central Station


Receiver

Line Failure

To Central Station Receiver

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 2 3 4

Seized Tip
Seized Ring
Tip
Ring

1
2
3

Off Hook LED

Connect to NGP

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From
REDCARE
Unit

0V
Line Failure
Output 8
Output 7
Output 6
Output 5
Output 4
Output 3
Output 2
Output 1

To Central Station Receiver

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 2 3 4

Seized Tip
Seized Ring
Tip
Ring

Off Hook LED

Not Used
Leave
defaulted

Connect to NGP

15.2

Packing List

Worldwide modem (quantity = 1)

Installation kit which includes:


-

15.3

Three positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 2)


Four positional terminal plug-in block (quantity = 2)
Machine screws (quantity = 4)

Mounting the Module

Open the cover. Plug the modem into the main panel. Then use the supplied screws to mount the unit.

Note:

15.4

Do not overtighten the mounting screws.

Status LEDs

There is one LED indicator on the worldwide modem board. The LED indicates that the phone line is in use
(off hook indication).

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15.5

CPU Failure

Output 8 must be programmed as System Fault in System Outputs. For a negative to positive output, it can
be left defaulted. For a positive to negative output, it must also be programmed to be inverted.
The jumpers on the modem are used for monitoring CPU failure.

Place two vertical jumpers in 1 and 2 to have Output 8 be 12 VDC high from 0V if the main control
board CPU fails.

Place two vertical jumpers in 2 and 3 to have Output 8 be 0V low from 12 VDC high if the main control
board CPU fails.

Place one vertical jumper in 1 and 2 on the left side to have Output 8 be a standard output #8 on this
board.
Jumpers in position 1 and 2

1
2
3

15.6

Enable Line Failure

This feature is used to monitor for line faults from switched communicators such as Redcare.
The worldwide modem must be plugged into the main control module.
Advanced Configurations: S005

Field 2: Parallel STU 8OP Supports Line Fail:


(yes)

03

(no) Default: no (UK ACPO = yes)

Field 3: Parallel STU 8OP Line Fail Negative Polarity:


(yes)

(no) Default: no = Positive Polarity STU (subscriber terminal unit)

Enable Equipment failure point E16 (HSC, Security IP, Trouble). Set delay as 01 immediate in Advanced
programming. If the worldwide modem has a Line Failure condition, it will be indicated by an HSC fault.

15.7

Specifications

The worldwide modem is for use in low voltage, Class 2 circuits only. These specifications are subject to
change without notice.

Notes:

Pulse dialing is not supported in Australia.


The worldwide modem has not been evaluated by UL.

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- Input: 12 VDC, 145 mA


- Output: 12 VDC, 8x10 mA
Mechanical

- Dimensions: 4.25 x 2.75 x 0.6 in. (108 x 70 x 15 mm)


Environmental

- Temperatures: 0 to +49 C (32 to 120 F)


- Humidity: 5 to 85% RHNC
Certifications
-

FCC part 15
CE marking

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Numerics
16 input control module ...................................... 57
8 output relay control module ............................. 61
A
AC inductive loads.............................................. 17
AC power .............................................................. 9
Alarms
supervised ...................................................... 9
unsupervised .................................................. 9
Anti-attack bushing cap ........................ 58, 66, 76
B
Belden wires ....................................................... 11
C
Cable termination................................................
Capacities............................................................
CPU failure .........................................................
Current overload .................................................

12
36
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14

D
DC inductive load ............................................... 17
DC negative ........................................................ 16
DC power .............................................................. 9
Device configuration checks............................... 19
Device placement................................................ 14
Device to device connection ............................... 12
Dual door interface module
anti-attack bushing cap ................................ 66
jumpers ........................................................ 69
mounting ...................................................... 65
output ........................................................... 68
packing list................................................... 65
reader ........................................................... 69
specifications ............................................... 70
status LEDs.................................................. 69
wiring........................................................... 67

Ground wiring..................................................... 15
Grounding system ............................................... 16
I
Input .................................................................... 59
Input control module
anti-attack bushing cap ................................ 58
input wiring.................................................. 59
mounting ...................................................... 58
packing list................................................... 57
power ........................................................... 59
serial number display................................... 60
specifications ............................................... 60
status LEDs.................................................. 59
vbus.............................................................. 59
Inputs .................................................................... 9
Installation .......................................................... 38
Intelligent power supply
anti-attack bushing cap ................................ 76
jumpers ........................................................ 76
mounting ...................................................... 74
packing list................................................... 73
specifications ............................................... 78
status LEDs.................................................. 77
Interface signals .................................................... 9
Interfaces............................................................. 35
K
Keypad wiring..................................................... 41
L
LCD keypad diagnostics..................................... 77
M
Modem ................................................................ 80
N

NGP board ..........................................................


NGP board LEDs ................................................
NGP intelligent power supply.............................
NGP-1100 ...........................................................
NGP-1208 ...........................................................
NGP-1320 ...........................................................

Firmware updates................................................ 21

Open collector output.......................................... 10


Output relay control module
jumpers ........................................................ 62

E
Enable line failure ............................................... 82

Ground potential difference checks .................... 19

36
49
72
57
61
64

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mounting ...................................................... 62
packing list................................................... 61
specifications ............................................... 63
status LEDs.................................................. 63
Outputs.................................................................. 9
Overview............................................................. 35
P
Power .................................................................. 43
AC.................................................................. 9
DC.................................................................. 9
UL ................................................................ 23
Power requirements ............................................ 14
R
Reader data input ................................................
Reader wiring......................................................
Redcare ...............................................................
Relay contact protection .....................................
Relay outputs ......................................................
Replace battery ...................................................
RS-485
cable.............................................................
communication ............................................
wiring...........................................................

10
40
81
17
10
51
12
10
17

S
Safety ground ...................................................... 16
SOM board LEDs ............................................... 49
Specifications...................................................... 52
Status................................................................... 49
Supervised alarms ................................................. 9
System capacities ................................................ 36
System turn-up considerations............................ 19
System wiring
considerations .............................................. 14
current overload ........................................... 14
device placement ......................................... 14
power requirements ..................................... 14
U
UL
certified installations.................................... 22
power ........................................................... 23
Unsupervised alarms............................................. 9
V
VBUS.................................................................. 59
W
Wiring ................................................................. 38
Worldwide modem ............................................. 80

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