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NAC-2500 Terminal Installation Guide

NAC-2500 Terminal Installation Guide
NAC-2500 Terminal Installation Guide
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Table of Contents

  • 1. Before Installation

  • 1.1 To install -----------------------------------------------------------

4

  • 1.2 Product package ------------------------------------------------

4

  • 2. Installation Environment ---------------------------------------------- 6

  • 3. System Configuration

  • 3.1 Network mode -----------------------------------------------------

7

  • 3.2 Standalone mode -------------------------------------------------

8

  • 4. Installation

  • 4.1 Fastening the auxiliary plate ----------------------------------

9

  • 4.2 Attaching other devices except the terminal --------------

11

  • 4.3 Connecting external cables -----------------------------------

12

  • 4.4 Fastening the terminal -----------------------------------------

16

  • 5. Check After Installation ----------------------------------------------- 18

1. Before Installation 1.1 To install Please follow the installation guide because the performance can be

1. Before Installation

  • 1.1 To install

Please follow the installation guide because the performance can be decreased if the product is installed incorrectly.

  • 1.2 Product package

Product

Pictures

Qty

Use

Terminal

Terminal 1ea Access Controller

1ea

Access Controller

 

Adapter

Adapter 1ea Supplying power for

1ea

Supplying

power

for

the terminal

Power cord

Power cord 1ea

1ea

Rear case

Rear case 1ea Fastening the terminal

1ea

Fastening the terminal

Bolt

Bolt 4ea Fastening the terminal

4ea

Fastening the terminal

6ea Fastening the rear case

6ea

Fastening the rear case

Housing

Housing 1ea Connecting door cable

1ea

Connecting door cable

Receptacle

Receptacle 6ea

6ea

S/W CD

 

1ea

 
2. Installation Environment Please keep in mind the following conditions when you install the product. You

2. Installation Environment

Please keep in mind the following conditions when you install the product. You might need to obtain the user's consent if necessary.

This product is originally designed to install indoors. If you have to install it outdoors, however, do not expose the terminal to direct sunlight, snow or rain.

The connection cables should not be exposed outside, and it

is highly recommended to bury them underground. If that is impossible, you must obtain the user's consent before installation. Power supply should begin after all connections are completed.

Do not disconnect the lines or make any additional connections while the power is supplied. If you install the product as an access controller at a proper

height for the users and in a near place that facilitates control of the entrance, you can use it more efficiently. The power requirement for the system is AC 100~240V,

50/60Hz.

3. System Configuration

3.1 Network mode

Terminals are connected by network control.

and

it

can

be

remote

Server PC

Client PC

Server PC Client PC Network(TCP/IP) Terminal Lock Door Open S/W
Server PC Client PC Network(TCP/IP) Terminal Lock Door Open S/W
Network(TCP/IP)
Network(TCP/IP)

Terminal

Server PC Client PC Network(TCP/IP) Terminal Lock Door Open S/W
Lock Door Open S/W
Lock
Door Open S/W

Figure 3.1 Network Block Diagram

3.2 Standalone mode One terminal is used independently. All settings such as user registration, deletion, and

3.2 Standalone mode

One terminal is used independently. All settings such as user registration, deletion, and access control are performed in the

terminal alone.

Locking Device Interphone Door Open S/W
Locking Device

Locking Device

Interphone
Interphone
Interphone

Door Open S/W

Figure 3.2 Terminal Block Diagram

4. Installation

The overall installation procedure is as follows:

Fasten the bracket Attach other devices except terminal(locking device, interphone, etc.) Connect the external cables Fasten the terminal

4.1 Fastening the auxiliary plate

Decide where you want to install the product, and cut the rear case as shown Figure 4.1 to make the hole for wiring.

4. Installation ☞ The overall installation procedure is as follows: ① Fasten the bracket ②

Figure 4.1 Making the hole for wiring in the rear case

② Align the bracket with the hole for wiring as shown Figure 4.2, and fasten it

Align the bracket with the hole for wiring as shown Figure 4.2, and fasten it with 6 bolts supported in the packet.

② Align the bracket with the hole for wiring as shown Figure 4.2, and fasten it

Figure 4.2 Fastening rear case

4.2 Attaching other devices except terminal

You can attach the following devices. Refer to the specifications of each device for more information on installation. Locking device Door Open button

Types of installable locking devices and specifications

Type

Specifications

Remarks

Deadbolt

input: DC12V,

Voltage output,

1A or lower

Fail Safe/Secure

Electronic

input: DC12V,

Voltage output,

Magnetic-Lock

1A or lower

Fail Safe/Secure

Electric Strike

input: DC12V,

Voltage output,

1A or lower

Fail Safe/Secure

Auto Door

*Maximum Switching Voltage:

Contact output

220V DC,250V AC. *Maximum Switching Current:

2A DC,AC or lower

Fail Safe Type: UNLOCKED, Open Type on Emergency Fail Secure Type: LOCKED, Close Type on Emergency

4.3 Connecting the external cables

You should connect the following external cables. But you don't have to install the network cables if the customer doesn't request them. Door control cable Network cable Power cable Wiegand signal cable RS485 cable

4.3.1 Connecting the door control cable (Main board J2) ■ Specifications of the cable and material

4.3.1 Connecting the door control cable (Main board J2)

Specifications of the cable and material

Housing

Receptacle

Cable

5264-06

5263PBT

UL Cable, 24~28AWG

Connection Note Pay attention to terminal numbers when connecting the cable to the connector. Contact output is used when installing on the auto door. So make sure to set the terminal [JP3] as OPEN. The factory default of the terminal [JP3] is JUMPER. Some locking devices may not have door monitoring signals.

How to connect cables by types of locking devices

Deadbolt Power(Fail Secure) Strike EM Lock Contact_A Common Contact_B Door Monitor Power(Fail Safe) Door Monitoring Signal
Deadbolt
Power(Fail Secure)
Strike
EM Lock
Contact_A
Common
Contact_B
Door Monitor
Power(Fail Safe)
Door Monitoring Signal
Door Open
GND
Door Open Button
   

Deadbolt/Strike/Electronic Magnetic-Lock

PIN

 

Fail

   

NO.

Feature

Fail

Secure

Door

Door

Safe Type

Type

Monitoring

Open

         

Open

1

GND

GND

GND

COM

button

         

Open

2

Door Open button

button

       

Monitor

 

3

Door Monitoring

(12/24V)

   

VCC(12/24

     

4

CONTACT_B

V)

5

COMMON

   

(COM)

 
     

VCC(12/24

   

6

CONTACT_A

V)

*The Relay Boad [JP1]=>Close

 
     

Auto Door

 

PIN

Feature

       

NO.

Normal

Normal

Door

Door

 

Open

Close

Monitoring

Open

         

Open

1

GND

COM

button

         

Open

2

Door Open button

button

       

Monitor

 

3

Door Monitoring

(12/24V)

4

CONTACT_B

 

Contact

   

5

COMMON

Contact

Contact

   

6

CONTACT_A

Contact

     

*The relay board [JP1]=>Open

4.3.2 Connecting the network cable (J3) ① Connect network lines as follows (pay attention to PIN
  • 4.3.2 Connecting the network cable (J3)

Connect network lines as follows (pay attention to PIN numbers):

   

Schematic

Housing

Cable

PIN No

Feature

   
  • 1 TXP

 
  • 2 TXN

 

RJ45, 8PIN

UTP

  • 3 RXP

 
  • 6 RXN

 
  • 4.3.3 Connecting the power cable

Connect 12V adapter to Relay Board J4. Connect 5V adapter ro Main Board J3

  • 4.3.4 Wiegand output (Main board J5)

Check if the external device is pull up. If it is not, connect J16 and

J17.

J5 Connection

PIN Number

Function

1

GND

2

Wiegand 1

3

Wiegand 0

4

+5VDC

  • 4.3.5 RS-485 (Main board J1)

* If the device needs a termimal resistance, connect J18.

   

J1 Connection

PIN Number

Function

1

GND

2

TRX-

3

TRX+

  • 4.3.6 Wiegand input (Main board J9)

 

* Wiegand input cannot be used with RF module.

   

J9 Conncetion

PIN Number

Function

1

+5VDC

2

GND

3

Wiegand 0

4

Wiegand 1

4.4 Fasten the terminal ① Assemble the terminal with the rear case as shown in Figure

4.4 Fasten the terminal

① Assemble the terminal with the rear case as shown in Figure 4.3. Figure 4.3 Assebling
Assemble the terminal with the rear case as shown in
Figure 4.3.
Figure 4.3 Assebling with rear case
Screwing the terminal as shown in Figure 4.4 with the 4
terminal screws supported in the package.
4.4 Fasten the terminal ① Assemble the terminal with the rear case as shown in Figure

Figure 4.4 Screwing the terminal

③ If you did all the procedures described, the termimal installation is completed as shown in Figure 4.5.

③ If you did all the procedures described, the termimal installation is completed as shown

Figure 4.5 Teminal after the installaion

5. Check After Installation When you finish the installation of the entire system, check if it

5. Check After Installation

When you finish the installation of the entire system, check if it is installed correctly before supplying power.

Check if locking device and other devices work normally as the following order. For more information, please refer to "NAC-2500 Terminal User Manual" and "Access Manager User Manual ".

When power is supplied, the initial screen with NITGEN logo will appear.

Press the menu button to choose System Option > Terminal Mode and check if the terminal is in SO mode.

Choose User Manager from the menu and then register user

ID and fingerprint. (By default, user ID is set to 4 digits long.) Test the devices (including locking device) attached to the terminal by performing fingerprint authentication.

If there's no problem, delete the fingerprint you registered for the test.

If you manage terminals via the network after installation, proceed the following test:

Install the program on a server PC for manager registration

and initial settings. Set the terminal mode to NL or NS from the terminal menu.

Set the network environment from the terminal menu.

Run Remote Manager to check the terminal connection and

then register it. In the server PC, register a terminal user and check if the

authentication is performed normally. If there's no problem, delete both server and terminal users.