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4.

LED indicators, Wires, Auxiliary Input and Output


C3-400 Installation Guide
Vision: 1 . 0 . 1

Notes:

Date: Oct. 2010

1.Cautions
Please note the following cautions.Mis-operation may lead to personal injury or equipment failure:
1 Do not energize the system before installation is complete; never carry out installation activities when the system is energized.

1)Meaning of LED indicators:


LINK indicator(green): always(green) indicates TCP/IP
communication is proper;
ACT indicator(yellow):its flashing indicates data is in transmitting
through TCP/IP communication.
TX indicator(yellow):its flashing indicates it is sending data through
RS485 communication.
RX indicator(green):its flashing indicates it is receiving data through
RS485 communication.
Auxiliary output indicator(green):always(green) indicates it is in use.
Lock indicator(green):always(green) indicates lock is open.
POWER indicator(red):always(red) indicates control panel is power on.
RUN indicator(green):its flashing indicates the system works normally.
CARD indicator(yellow):its flashing indicates card is punched on reader.

2)Recommended use of wires


A Use 2-conducotor power cord
B Use 6-conductor wire between wiegand reader and control panal
(RVVP 6*0.5mm) (To choose the proper cord according to the
interface you connect, such as 6,8,10 cord.)
C Use 4-conducotor lock power cord (RVV 4*0.75mm)
D Use 2-conducotor switch power cordRVV 2*0.5mm)
3)The auxiliary input may be connnected to infrared body detectors,
alam switches,etc.
4)The auxiliary output may be connected to door bells,alarms,etc.

2 All peripheral devices must be grounded.

SD Card

Ethernet interface

GND
485485+

IN

BUTTON1

TX
RX

+12V
EXT

PC

PC RS485 interface

(green) flashes.

485+
485GND

IN
GND

AUX4

Advanced Access Control

Connect the system to the power supply.If the system works properly,the POWER indicator(red) is lit constantly and the RUN indicator

GND

AUX3

Description of normal working state:

IN

ACT

5 6 7 8

Dip switch

ON

6 It is recommended to use the power supply in case for control panel, and external power supply for each lock.

1 2 3 4

5 It is recommended that card readers and buttons should be installed at height of 1.4m-1.5m above ground.

AUX2

IN
GND

D
Auxiliary input1

D
Auxiliary input2

D
Auxiliary input3

Auxiliary input4

LAN

clamping tools may be used to avoid unintentional contact of exposed wires to avoid short-circuit or communication failure.

AUX1

IN
GND

4 It is strongly recommended that the length of exposed part of any connection cable should not be longer than 4 mm. Professional

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LINK

3 It is preferred that all wires run through PVC or galvanized pipes.

Extended
RS485 output

TX
RX

GND

RUN CARD

2# Door Button

2# Door
wiegand reader

3# Door Button

3# Door
wiegand reader

+12V

1# Door
wiegand reader

POWER

+12V

D
1# Door Button

Power of control panel

WD1
WD0
GND

READER4

Fixed case

IN
GND

BUTTON4

Get through the thread hole

V+
V-

READER3

LOCK POWER

Power of lock

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

BEEP
GLED

Door4

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

Door3

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

LOCK4

Thread hole

IN
GND

BUTTON3

3.Get through the thread hole

GND
+12V
1

Door2

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

LOCK3

{
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{
{

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0

READER2

Door1

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

Appearance of case

IN
GND

{
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{
{

Thread hole

NO
COM
NC

BUTTON2

Auxiliary output4

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

Heat
dissipation
hole

GND

READER1

Auxiliary output3

NO
COM
NC

LOCK2

LOCK1

Auxiliary output2
Key hole

NO
COM
NC

AUXOUT4

AUXOUT3

Auxiliary output1
Backup battery Power supply Control panel

NO
COM
NC

AUXOUT2

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AUXOUT1

2.Components

4# Door Button

4# Door
wiegand reader

5.RS485 address setting, Restore factory setting, Terminal resistance setting

7.Equipment communication

Set RS485 address through DIP switch:


The background PC software is able to communicate with the system according to two protocols(RS485 and TCP/IP) for data exchange and
remote management. The communication cable should be away from high-voltage lines as far as possible. Do not keep the communication cable
in parallel with power cords or bind them together.

1) Place 1-6 on DIP switch are for setting the number of control panel when communicating through RS485, it is adopted for binary coding,
and little endian, the address represented by place 1-6 are shown as figurue(5-1).
2) Before setting the address, please keep the system is power off, Jump place 1-6 to desired status, and the address number shall not be the
same as another one in the network. For example: to set the device number as 39 (39=1+2+4+32), the corresponding RS485 code is 111001,
then Jump place 1,2,3 and 6 at ON status.
ON

1.TCP/IP Communication

PC

3) Place 7 is for restoring factory default settings, Jump it for three times within 10 seconds and restart the system, then all information in
RAM of control panel will be cleared and the system restores factory default settings.

Switch

4) Place 8 is for setting terminal resistance when communicating through RS485. Jump it at ON status, then it is equivalent to have a
terminal resistance of 120 ohm between 485+ and 485-.
1# control panel
Diagram of places of DIP switch.

LINK

AUX3
AUX4

+12V
GND
485485+

EXT

IN

BUTTON1

BUTTON2

READER2

IN
GND

BUTTON3

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

READER3

IN
GND

BUTTON4

WD1
WD0
GND

V+
V-

POWER

READER4

BEEP
GLED

LOCK POWER

+12V

GND
+12V

LOCK4

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

IN
GND

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

LOCK3

READER4

LOCK2

BUTTON4

LOCK1

READER3

NO
COM
NC
SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

GND
BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

READER1

NO
COM
NC

AUXOUT4

BUTTON3

+12V

POWER

NO
COM
NC

AUXOUT3

READER2

WD1
WD0
GND

V+
V-

NO
COM
NC

AUXOUT2

BUTTON2

IN
GND

AUXOUT1

READER1

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

BEEP
GLED

AUX2

PC

BUTTON1

IN
GND

TX
RX

GND
IN
GND

TX
RX

GND
+12V

LOCK POWER

RUN CARD

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0

LOCK4

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

IN
GND

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

IN
GND

485+
485GND

AUX1

LAN

5 6 7 8

EXT

GND
485485+

IN

ACT

Advanced Access Control

+12V

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

LOCK3

+12V
GND

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

LOCK2

+12V

NO
COM
NC

LOCK1

READER4

POWER

NO
COM
NC

AUXOUT4

BUTTON4

LOCK POWER

BUTTON4

WD1
WD0
GND

NO
COM
NC

AUXOUT3

READER3

BEEP
GLED

V+
V-

BUTTON3

IN
GND

AUXOUT2

READER2

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

AUXOUT1

BUTTON2

IN
GND

NO
COM
NC

ON

1 2 3 4

AUX4

TX
RX

AUX3

PC

READER1

GND
+12V

LOCK4

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0

LOCK3

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

IN
GND

BUTTON1

LOCK2

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

IN
GND
BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

485+
485GND

GND
IN
GND

IN
GND

AUX2

ON

5 6 7 8

Advanced Access Control

EXT

GND
485485+

IN
GND

AUX1

LAN

1 2 3 4

AUX4

+12V

IN

ACT

TX
RX

NO
COM
NC

LOCK1

READER3

IN
GND

READER4

LOCK POWER

WD1
WD0
GND

POWER

AUXOUT4

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

BEEP
GLED

V+
V-

NO
COM
NC

BUTTON3

IN
GND

NO
COM
NC

AUXOUT3

READER2

GND
+12V

LOCK4

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0

LOCK3

figure(5-1)

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

GND

BUTTON2

LOCK2

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

IN

READER1

LOCK1

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

GND
BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

BUTTON1

AUXOUT4

NO
COM
NC

NO
COM
NC

NO
COM
NC

AUXOUT2

GND
485485+

IN

NO
COM
NC

AUXOUT3

Restore factory setting

AUXOUT2

RS485 terminal resistance

NO
COM
NC

AUXOUT1

TX
RX

TX
RX
AUXOUT1

32
16
8
4
2
1

485+
485GND

AUX3

PC

+12V
EXT

IN
GND

AUX4

PC

GND

AUX3

5 6 7 8

Advanced Access Control

TX
RX

IN
GND

IN
GND

TX
RX

AUX2

ON

1 2 3 4

IN

ACT

485+
485GND

GND

SD Card

SD Card
IN
GND

AUX2

5 6 7 8

LAN

IN
GND

Advanced Access Control

AUX1

IN
GND

ON

1 2 3 4

SD Card

IN

ACT

LINK
AUX1

LAN

IN
GND

LINK

n# control panel
LINK

IN
GND

ON

2# control panel

SD Card

+12V

+12V

RUN CARD

GND

RUN CARD

GND

2.RS485 Communication

+12V

+12V

RUN CARD

GND

GND
485-

6.Connection of lock
5

485+

485

serial line

Converter

1) Control panel provides lock control output interfaces. For NO lock ,it is open when power is on, and closed when power is off, so COM and

NO interfaces should be used; For NC lock, it is open when power is off, and closed when power is on, so COM and NC interfaces should be

485+

485+

485+

used.

485-

485-

485-

GND

GND

GND

PC

2
3
4
5

2) Control panel supports dry mode and wet mode by setting the jumper, it is wet mode when connecting V+ V- Input interfaces to
supply power for locks, please shorten 2-3 and 4-5

+12V
GND
485485+

EXT

IN

BUTTON1

AUXOUT3

NO
COM
NC

IN
GND

BUTTON4

WD1
WD0
GND

POWER

DIP switch

READER4

BEEP
GLED

7 8

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

READER3

LOCK POWER

V+
V-

BUTTON3

READER4

+12V

RUN CARD

READER2

BUTTON4

WD1
WD0
GND

POWER

BUTTON2

LOCK4

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

IN
GND

LOCK3

READER3

IN
GND

GND
+12V

LOCK2

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0

LOCK1

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

IN
GND

AUXOUT4

NO
COM
NC
SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

GND
BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

READER1

NO
COM
NC

ON

AUX4

AUXOUT2

BUTTON3

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

+12V
GND

AUXOUT1

READER2

LOCK POWER

V+
V-

IN
GND

BEEP
GLED

LOCK4

+12V

RUN CARD

NO
COM
NC

GND
+12V

LOCK3

READER4

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

BUTTON2

LOCK2

BUTTON4

WD1
WD0
GND

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0

LOCK1

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

IN
GND

AUXOUT4

READER3

IN
GND
BEEP
GLED

POWER

BUTTON3

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

TX
RX

AUX3

PC

AUXOUT3

READER2

NO
COM
NC
SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

IN
GND
BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

READER1

AUXOUT2

NO
COM
NC

485+
485GND

AUX2

5 6 7 8

Advanced Access Control

GND
IN
GND

TX
RX

BUTTON1

AUXOUT1

NO
COM
NC

IN

ACT

AUX1

ON

GND
485485+

IN
GND

1 2 3 4

TX
RX

+12V
EXT

PC

BUTTON2

IN
GND

+12V

+12V
GND

RUN CARD

LED
1

2
3
4
5
Jumper
terminal

Notes
1) Internationally accepted RVSP(shielded twisted-pair) wires should be used for communication to effectively avoid interference. RS485
communication wires should be connected by means of bus cascade connection.
2)Considering stability of communication, it is recommended the length of RS485 bus is less than 600m
3) One RS485 BUS may hold 63 units of control panel, but it is not recommended to connect with more than 32 units access control panels..
4)When the bus is longer than 300m, to enhance the stability of communication, it is necessary to keep place 8 of DIP switches of
the first and the last control panel at ON status. As shown in the figure above, place 8 of the DIP switches of units 1# and 8#

ON

is placed at "ON

Wet mode wiring diagram of lock connecting with external power supply.

NO
COM
NC

GND
+12V

+12V
GND

485+
485GND

IN
GND
LAN

Advanced Access Control

AUX4

IN
GND

AUX3

GND

5 6 7 8

READER1

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0

LOCK POWER

+12V

RUN CARD

LOCK4

READER4

WD1
WD0
GND

LOCK3

BUTTON4

BEEP
GLED

V+
V-

IN
GND

BUTTON1

LOCK2

READER3

IN
GND

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

IN
GND
BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

LOCK1

BUTTON3

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

ACT

SD Card

AUX2

ON

1 2 3 4

GND
485485+

IN

TX
RX

AUXOUT4

AUXOUT3

READER2

IN
GND

+12V
GND

AUXOUT2

BUTTON2

GND
+12V

POWER

AUXOUT1

READER1

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0

BUTTON1

V+
V-

TX
RX

+12V
EXT

PC

EXT

LOCK POWER

Lock power
input

IN
GND

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

GND

NC Lock

GND
485485+

BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

LOCK4

FR107

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

+12V

IN

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

LOCK3

NC

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

LOCK2

Diode

NO
COM
NC

LOCK1

NO
COM
NC

AUXOUT4

COM

AUXOUT3

GND

AUXOUT2

NO
COM
NC

NO
COM
NC
NO
COM
NC

TX
RX
AUXOUT1

SEN

NO
COM
NC

SEN
GND
NO
COM
NC

AUX4

PC

TX
RX

NO
COM
NC

AUX3

Advanced Access Control


485+
485GND

NO
COM
NC

485+
485GND

AUX4

Advanced Access Control

AUX3

5 6 7 8

IN
GND

AUX2

ON

1 2 3 4

GND

AUX2

GND
IN
GND

5 6 7 8

Diode

NO

LOCK

ON

1 2 3 4

LOCK

Enlarged diagram
of lock ports

IN

ACT

AUX1

LAN

IN
GND

FR107

ACT

IN
GND

TX
RX

SD Card
IN
GND

NO Lock

IN

IN
GND
LAN

LAN

LINK

IN
GND

8# control panel
LINK

SD Card
AUX1

IN
GND

AUX1

wet mode, please refer to <<C3-100/200/400 access control panel installation instructions>>.

LINK

SD Card

1 2 3 4 5 6

LINK

3) When the Electrical Lock is connected to the Access Control System, you need to parallel one FR107 diode (equipped in the package) to
prevent the self-inductance EMF affecting the system, do not reverse the polarities.

2# control panel

1# control panel

. Equipment factory default setting is dry mode. For setting dry mode and

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

" status.