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8000 Controller

Installation Guide

05 JUL 06
8000 Controller Installation Guide
Version 1.00 Rev 0.2 05 JUL 2006

This manual provides information on how to setup the Model 8000 controller.

Additional copies of this manual can be obtained by contacting IBC or an authorized


distributor. This manual may not be copied or duplicated in any way without the express
written consent of IBC.

Revision pages of this manual are marked in the lower center of each page, noting the
current revision level, and revision date.

Any revisions made to this document which refer to specific versions of the 8000 control-
ler are marked throughout the manual.

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Services dept. of IBC for correction.

If you need any additional information concerning the 8000 controller, contact your
dealer, or contact IBC's Technical Support department from 08:00 to 17:00 Eastern
Standard Time, at 860-659-9660. You can also find support information on our support
page at http://interbar.com/support.htm. Email support is available at
support@interbar.com.

Note that this manual covers all versions of the 8000 controller. Some options and fea-
tures may or may not be applicable to your particular model, depending on the options
which you have ordered.

IBC Document ID: IG8000


Version: 1.00
Revision: 0.2
Date: 05 JUL 06

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The 8000 Controller


Reader 1 Reader 2*
Door Position Switch Control
Request to Exit Control

Barcode, Magstripe, Wiegand, or


Prox reader

Form C Relay Control

12VDC Power IN USB RS232 Tcp/ip RS422


with POE
AC Adapter In

* 2 door controllers only

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Block Diagram

Reader 1 Reader 2

Common Common
Normally Open

Relay
Normally Open
Relay

Normally Closed Normally Closed


Ground Jumpers Ground

+Vdc 12 1 +Vdc
Ground Ground

Reader
Reader

D0/Clock/BC D0/Clock
D1/Data D1/Data
Led1 Led1
Led2 Led2

Door Position Door Position

Door
Ground Ground
Door

Request to Exit Request to Exit


Ground Ground

Gnd
Unused

Clk Gnd
Dta TX+
RS422

Med TX-
RX+
RX-
Power

12vdc IN
Ground
AC Adaptor

TCP/ip
USB

RS232

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Specifications

Form C
Relay(s) Maximum Current - 6 amps
Maximum Current using POE - 700ma total

Wiegand, up to 64 bits
Proximity (wiegand output), up to 64 bits
Supported Readers Magstripe (clock & data), tks 1,2, or 3
Barcode (undecoded output - reader 1 only)

Wiegand/Prox up to 3 ms between pulses


Wiegand/Prox 15us pulse width minimum
Reader Timing Magstripe 50us clock strobe minimum
Barcode 3" - 50" per second

Symbologies Code39, 2 of 5, I2 of 5, Ind2 of 5, Code128, Codabar,


UPCA, EAN13

Operating Modes Online or stand-alone

Memory 512K memory available for stand-alone operations.

RS232
Communications RS422
USB
TCP/ip (optional), 10HD thru 100FD operation

802.3af compliant. Power can be supplied over the


data lines or unused pair.
POE
12VDC power can be supplied directly to the strike
from the POE*

TTL level Door Position switch input, and TTL level


DPS/RTE Request to Exit switch input.

Power w/o tcp/ip 100ma @ 12vdc


Requirements with tcp/ip 350ma @ 12vdc

* patent pending

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Connector Descriptions

Form C Relays

Common Power for strike which is to be switched by the relay. Connect the
+ voltage from your power supply for the strike to this connection.
The relay will then connect this contact to eitehr the normally
open or normally closed contact depending on the controller
configuration.

Note... if you are powering the strike from the POE connection
then this connector is unused.

Normally Open This contact is normally open (unconnected) and closed when the
controller triggers the relay, making a connection between this
contact and the common contact (or POE if POE is used).

Normally Closed This contact is normally closed (connected). Power is provided


out this connection except when the relay is triggered by the
controller. This connection is normally used to power a maglock
which is powered to keep the door closed.

Ground Connect to the Ground on your strike only if you are using POE
to power the strike.

Notes about relay operation:

The maximum allowable current using the relay common input contact is 6 amps.
The maximum allowable current for both strikes using POE is 700ma combined.

The strikes can be operated by using the power provided over the POE circuit di-
rectly. Install Jumpers 11 and 12 to provide 12VDC power to the normally open/nor-
mally closed pair of contacts directly from the POE. In this mode, a separate power
supply for the strike is not required.

Reader Input

+VDC Power output to the connected reader. The power can be 5VDC,
or 12VDC. To provide 5VDC to the reader, jumpers 6 and 7 must
be IN. To provide 12VDC to the reader, jumpers 6 and 7 must be
out, and jumper 10 must be IN.

Ground Connect to the reader ground.

D0/Clock For any reader with a wiegand output, connect to the reader's D0
line. For magnetic stripe readers with clock & data output, con
nect to the reader's clock line.

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Reader Input (continued)

D1/Data/BC For readers with a wiegand output, connect the reader's D1 line.
For magnetic stripe readers with clock & data output, connect to
the Data line.For undecoded barcode readers, connect to the
reader's barcode data output line.

LED1 For readers with 2 leds, connect this line to the reader's first led
line, which is normally a red led. For readers with only one bi-
color led, connect this line to the reader's bi-color led line.

LED2 Connect this to the reader's 2nd led. If the reader has only 1 led,
do not connect this line.

DPS/RTE

Ground 2 ground connections are porvided for connecting to the DPS


(door position switch) and the RTE (request to exit).

Door Position This is the door position switch sensor input. Connect this line to
one side of the door position switch, and connect the ground
(above) to the other side of the switch. When the door is closed,
a direct connection between the door position line and the
ground should be made.

Request to Exit This is a request to exit input. Connect this line to a pushbutton
switch which connects the rte line to ground when the switch is
hit. A ground contact is provided next to this contact for con-
necting to the other side of the switch.

RS422

Ground This is the ground reference for RS422. It must be connected


and common to the RS422 ground in your system.

TX+ This is the controller's Transmit + line, which should be


connected to your RX+ line at the other end of the connection.

TX- This is the controller's Transmit - line, which should be


connected to your RX- line at the other end of the connection.

RX+ This is the controller's Receive + line, which should be


connected to your TX+ line at the other end of the connection.

RX- This is the controller's Receive - line, which should be


connected to your TX- line at the other end of the connection.

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RS232

The RS232 is a DB9 connector using Pin 2 as transmit, and Pin 3 as receive. A null
modem is not required when connecting to a PC.

Power

Power can be supplied to the controller 3 ways:

AC adapter Connect an AC adapter capable of providing 500ma minimum to


the AC adapter jack.

12VDC supply Connect your 12VDC power supply to the 12vdc IN and Ground
contacts labeled "power" on the block diagram.

POE When using POE, power does not need to be supplied to the
controller, as the power is supplied through the ethernet line.

NOTE that you can power the strikes directly through the controller using either POE
or from a 12VDC supply connected to either the 12VDC connection, or the ac adapter
connection. In this case, you put in Jumper 11 to provide direct power to relay 1, and
jumper 12 to provide direct power to relay 2. The total power consumption routed
through the board must not exceed 700ma total. This includes the strike power as
well as any connected readers.

If your total power consumption (readers and strikes) will be more than 700ma, you
cannot power the strikes directly through the controller. You must use the common
relay line as the power source to be switched through the relay. Jumpers 11 and 12
must be removed from the board.

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Jumper Descriptions

Jumper # Description ON OFF Default

1 Learn Mode NOT Learn Mode Learn Mode ON


2 232/usb select RS232 USB ON
3 tcp/422 select TCP RS422 ON
4 online port TCP/RS422 RS232/USB ON
5 RS232 override NOT override override ON
6 reader power enable 5V don't enable 5V OFF
7 reader power enable 5V don't enable 5V OFF
8 RFU - leave off OFF
9 RFU - leave off OFF
10 reader power enable 12V don't enable 12V ON
11 POE relay POE to relay 1 NO POE to relay 1 ON
12 POE relay POE to relay 2 NO POE to relay 2 ON

Notes:

Jumper 1 should always be ON. Removing jumper 1 places the controller into "Learn
Mode" upon power reset. Learn Mode (described in the user's guide) is for programming
the controller with control cards for use when the controller is in stand-alone mode.

Jumper 2 is a hardware select to switch between RS232 or USB. RS232 cannot be


active when USB is active. The default mode is ON which means RS232 is selected.
Removing the jumper selects USB. The jumper state can be changed while the control-
ler is operational.

Jumper 3 is a hardware select to switch between TCP/ip and RS422. RS422 cannot be
active when tcp/ip is active. The default mode is ON which means tcp/ip is normally
active. The jumper state can be changed while the controller is operational.

Jumper 4 selects the "online port". This is the port that is used while in "J" mode. If you
are using the controller in a stand-alone mode or with 3rd party software packages, this
jumper can be ignored. Jumper 4 ON selects either tcp/ip or rs422 (depending on
jumper 3) as the online port. Jumper 4 OFF selects either rs232 or usb (depending on
jumper 2) as the online port.

Jumper 5 overrides the baud rate settings in the controller, and overrides the online port
jumper. This jumper is meant to place the controller into a known communications
state, with the rs232/usb port active, at a baud rate of 9600 with 8 data bits, no parity.
Note that the controller must be power recycled in order for this jumper to take effect.

Jumpers 6,7, and 10 work together in selecting the power that is provided to the con-
nected reader. To provide 5VDC to the reader, jumpers 6 and 7 must be on, while
jumper 10 is OFF. To provide 12VDC to the reader, jumpers 6 and 7 must be OFF, and
jumper 10 must be ON.

Jumpers 8 and 9 are Reserved for Future Use, however they should always be left OFF.

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Jumpers 8 and 9 provide power to pin 9 of the DB9 connector. Do NOT put jumpers 8 or
9 ON or you could harm equipment connected to the DB9 connector.

Jumpers 11 and 12 are used to provide power to the strikes directly through the control-
ler board (from the POE interface or an attached 12VDC power supply). Jumper 11
provides 12VDC power through relay 1, and jumper 12 provides 12VDC power through
relay 2. The "common" line of the form c relay is NOT used when these jumpers are in.

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Controller Installation Step by Step

NOTE that the controller contains static sensitive electronic parts. Be sure to release
any static before handling the controller, and to work in a static free environment if pos-
sible.

1) Determine how the jumpers need to be set and remove or insert jumpers accord-
ingly. The default jumper settings are set up for 12VDC power to the reader, POE
power directly to the strike, and tcp/ip and rs232 communications.

2) If you will be using a strike which uses more than 500ma, then install a separate
power supply which will be used for powering the strike and wire accordingly.

3) If not using POE, power the controller either with an ac adapter or proivide 12vdc to
the Power input connections.

4) Test communications to the controller using your supplied software or one of the
IBC utility packages.

5) Connect your reader and test reader operation. The easiest way to test reader
operation is to use the IBC 8000 controller utility. Place the controller into the "J"
mode of operation, which allows you to view the card data real-time. Note that if you
are using a proximity reader, the default settings in the controller is to read a 26 bit
card. If you are using a different format, the controller will have to be programmed
first to accept the cards, prior to viewing real-time card data.

6) If you will be using the controller in a stand-alone mode, and need to program in
control cards into the controller so that enrollment can be done locally, do so at this
time. Disconnect power and remove jumper 1 (to put the controller into learn
mode). Reconnect power and then scan the 7 control cards that will be used.
Multiple beeps should be heard after each card scan. After enrolling the control
cards, recycle power and then read the control cards. The led should blink on the
reader, and the controller should make multiple beeps, if the control card is recog-
nized. See the User's Guide for more information on using the Learn Mode.

7) Using the IBC utility (or software provided by a 3rd party), program the controller to
the operating mode you require. Instructions for this can be found in the user's
guide.

8) The controller should now be ready for operation. Verify the operation based on the
mode you have set the controller to operate in.

9) Connect the door strike and the strike power supply (if not using POE to power the
strike). Remember to install MOV's in the circuit to suppress backward voltage to
the controller. Test strike operation using the IBC utility.

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