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2012 ACCESS CONTROL

PROXIMITY KEYPAD FINGERPRINT BLUETOOH RADIO FREQUENCY COMBINED


INDEX QUICK GUIDE

02

STAND-ALONE

04

CENTRALIZED

36

ACCESSORIES

86

INDEX OF REFERENCES

94


QUICK GUIDE OF REFERENCES

KEYPAD

Cityline

Skyline

Cityline CL

Marine

Loft

• STAND-ALONE

6991

7438

3610

4699

4540

• MDS/CAC CENTRALISED

6994

7453

23291

4696

x

PROXIMITY

Cityline

Skyline

Cityline CL

Marine

Loft

• STAND-ALONE

6992

7440

2347

5472

4530

• MDS/CAC CENTRALISED

6992

7440

23351

5472

x

6992

7440

4490

5472

4560

• WG-26/DATACLOCK CENTRALIZED

FINGERPRINT

• STAND-ALONE

Cityline

Skyline

Marine

6959

6989

5474

x

x

x

6959

6989

5474

• MDS/CAC CENTRALISED • WG-26/DATACLOCK CENTRALIZED

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COMBINED

Keypad+Fingerp.

Proxi+keypad

City Classic Proxi+Keypad

Loft Proxi+Keypad

• STAND-ALONE

6996

x

x

x

• MDS/CAC CENTRALISED

6996

6995

x

x

6996

6995

4480

4550

• WG-26/DATACLOCK CENTRALIZED

BLUETOOTH

• STAND-ALONE

Cityline

Skyline

Marine

Mini

6993

7441

5473

4479

x

x

x

x

6993

7441

5473

4479

• MDS/CAC CENTRALISED • WG-26/DATACLOCK CENTRALIZED

RADIO FREQUENCY

• STAND-ALONE • MDS/CAC CENTRALISED

Dual channel RF trinary emitter

Digital RF emitter

Dual RF emitter

Garage receiver

Monochannel receiver

DIN rail receiver

Villa receiver

79561

24651

25511

7952

7900

7903

7960

x

24651

25511

1065

x

x

x

Emitters

Receivers

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STAND-ALONE ACCESS CONTROL


S TA N D - A L O N E Stand-alone systems are recommended for buildings requiring basic access control, without the need for an incidents register. It can also be used as an add on to an electronic or video doorentry system and allows residents access to buildings, to offices and garages. The system manages access through one door and is characterised by its easy installation and programming (activating and deactivating users). If it is necessary to control several doors, a stand-alone access control can be installed on each one, with each user having a single identity to access all doors. If you want to give one sole user access through one door, activate their identifier on the corresponding reader. If you want to prevent access you can delete it from the machine's memory. In this simple way, you can create a policy of restriction by zones. Stand-alone access control systems are also known as CLASS I access control.

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There are several types of technology, depending on the interaction between the identifier and the reader.

KEYPAD. The user should enter a code on the keypad. It is the most economical model as it does not use identifiers. The same code can be used by various users.

Keypad PROXIMITY. The identifier is a card (similar to a credit card) or a proximity keyring. The identifier is swiped by the reader at a distance of several centimetres. The reading is facilitated by means of radio frequency data transmission.

Proximity Reader

RADIO

FREQUENCY.

This

technology

is mainly used in garage accesses given the flexibility allowed by the large distance between the identifier (control) and the receiver.

BLUETOOTH. Access control functions by using mobile phones with Bluetooth technology. The telephone system itself identifies the user. The advantage of this system is the reader's operating Bluetooth

distance, which makes it very useful for vehicle and pedestrian access.

BIOMETRIC FINGERPRINT. Biometric fingerprint access reader with sensor. Identifies the user by their fingerprint (feature which is unrepeatable and unique to each person), offering a greater level of security than any other system using another type of identifier.

Fingerprint

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STAND -ALONE

Keypad

Cityline Memokey Ref.6991 • Access control keypad which allows the door to be opened when a pre-programmed code of up to 6 digits is entered. • Capacity: up to 100 user codes. • Length 4 to 6 digits. • Integrated within the Cityline aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.7061, optional). • Recommended for interiors and exteriors. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Acoustic confirmation tone which sounds when a button is pressed. Acoustic and visual confirmation with LEDs showing if a code has been accepted/rejected. • Blue backlit zamak keypad with status LED.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

INSTALLATION

• 2A relay lock-release activation (NA, NC).

The keypad is located in the exterior area. The rest of the

Programmable between 1 and 99 secs or bistable.

devices are connected to this module and installed in the

• Exit button input.

building's interior: power supply and lock-release. An exit

• Free access button input (trades).

button can be used optionally.

• Auxiliary Open Collector Output (150mA max) to indicate a vandalism attempt or open/forced door. • Each code can activate 2 relays at the same time. 2

Power Supply

PROGRAMMING

2

Programming from the same keypad using

2

a master code.

Lock-Releases

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader

130x128

* Flush Mounted Box

115x114x45

* Surface Box

130x128x33

• Environmental Protection (IP)

54

• Anti-Shock Protection (IK)

07

• Power Supply (V)

12V (ac/dc)

12Vdc

• Consumption (mA) s/lock-release

40/110

12Vac

• Operating Temperature

-15º to 55º C

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

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230Vac

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888 3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

Ref.6991

2

Exit Button


STAND -ALONE

Keypad

W Skyline Memokey Ref.7438 • Access control keypad module to be installed on Skyline audio/video door entry system panels. • Lock release on entering a code with up to 6 pre- programmed digits. • Capacity: up to 100 user codes. • Length 4 to 6 digits. • Blue backlit zamak keypad with status LEDs. • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Acoustic confirmation tone which sounds when a button is pressed. Acoustic and visual confirmation with LEDs showing if a code has been accepted/ rejected.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

INSTALLATION

• 2A relay lock-release activation (NA, NC).

The electronic or video door entry system panels are located

Programmable from 1 and 99 seconds or bistable.

in the building's exterior. The panel can be configured in

• Exit button input.

an intuitive manner using the memokey module for greater

• Free access button input (trades).

ease of use and access security. The rest of the devices

• Auxiliary Open Collector Output (150mA max) to

are connected to this module and installed in the building's

indicate a vandalism attempt or open/forced door. • Each code can activate 2 relays at the same time.

interior: power supply and lock-release. An exit button can be used optionally.

2

PROGRAMMING

230Vac Power Supply

Programming from the same keypad using 2

a master code. 2

Lock-Releases

SPECIFICATIONS

Ref. 7438 2

• Reader Dimensions

105,2x95

• Environmental Protection (IP)

54

* Anti-Shock Protection (IK)

07

• Power Supply (V)

12V (ac/dc)

• Consumption (mA) s/lock-release

40/110

12Vdc

• Operating Temperature

-15º to 55º C

12Vac

Exit Button

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888 3071

2880

* Door lock recommended. Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

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STAND -ALONE

Keypad

City Classic Memokey Ref.3610 • Access control keypad which allows the door to be opened when a pre-programmed code of up to 6 digits is entered. • Capacity: up to 100 user codes. • Length 4 to 6 digits. • Integrated within an aluminum City Classic panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.8951, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Confirmation tone when a button is pressed or to indicate that the code entered has been accepted/ rejected.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • 2A relay lock-release activation (NA, NC).

INSTALLATION

Programmable at from 1 and 99 seconds or bistable. • Exit button input.

The keypad is located in the exterior area. The rest of the

• Free access button input (trades).

devices are connected to this module and installed in the

• Auxiliary Open Collector Output (150mA max) to

building's interior: power supply and lock-release. An exit

indicate a vandalism attempt or open/forced door.

button can be used optionally.

• Each code can activate 2 relays at the same time.

PROGRAMMING

2

230Vac

Programming from the same keypad using

Power Supply

a master code. 2

SPECIFICATIONS

2

Ref.3610 Exit Button

• Dimensions: * Reader

130x128

* Flush Mounted Box

115x114x45

* Surface Box

130x128x33

• Environmental Protection (IP)

43

* Anti-Shock Protection (IK)

07

• Power Supply (V)

12V (ac/dc)

• Consumption (mA) s/lock-release

6/60

• Operating Temperature

0º to 70º C

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

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Lock-Releases

12Vdc 12Vac

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888 3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

2


STAND -ALONE

Keypad

City Classic CR Memokey Ref.3620 + Ref.3621 • Access control keypad which allows the door to be opened when a pre-programmed code of up to 6 digits is entered. • Capacity for up to 100 user codes. • Length 4 to 6 digits. • Confirmation tone sounds when a button is pressed and to indicate if the code entered has been accepted/rejected. • Reader (ref.3620) and controller (ref.3621) in two independent modules. • The controller is installed in the building's interior near the power supply and lock-release. • The metallic box is included with the controller. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.8951, optional). • A second keypad CR can be added in the building's

TECHNICAL FEATURES • 2A relay lock-release activation (NA, NC). Programmable at from 1 and 99 seconds or bistable.

interior. • Maximum distance between reader and controller of 100m. • Reader and controller not integrated within the same module.

• Exit button input. • Free access button input (trades). • Auxiliary Open Collector Output (150mA max) to indicate a vandalism attempt or open/forced door. • Each code can activate 2 relays at the same time.

INSTALLATION The CR keypad is located in the exterior of the building and is connected to the controller in the interior in the same way as the rest of the device (power supply and lock-release). An exit button can be used optionally.

PROGRAMMING

230Vac

Programming from the same keypad using Power Supply

a master code. 2

Ref.3620 6

SPECIFICATIONS

Ref.3621

2

• Dimensions: * Reader

130x128

* Flush Mounted Box

115x114x45

* Surface Box

130x128x33

* Metallic Box

154x203x50

• Environmental Protection (IP)

43

* Anti-Shock Protection (IK)

07

• Power Supply (V)

12V (ac/dc)

• Consumption (mA) s/lock-release

6/60

• Operating Temperature

0º to 70º C

Exit Button

Lock-Releases

12Vdc 12Vac

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888 3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

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STAND -ALONE

Keypad

Marine Memokey Ref.4699 • Access control keypad which allows the door to be opened when a pre-programmed code of up to 6 digits is entered. • Capacity: up to 100 user codes. • Length 4 to 6 digits. • Integrated within a 2.5mm stainless steel Marine panel. • Flush mounted (ref.4641, including box) or surface installation (ref.4701, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Acoustic confirmation tone which sounds when a button is pressed. Acoustic and visual confirmation with LED’s showing if a code has been accepted/ rejected. • Blue backlit zamak keypad with status LEDs.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

INSTALLATION

• 2A relay lock-release activation (NA, NC).

The keypad is located in the exterior area. The rest of the

Programmable at from 1 and 99 seconds or bistable.

devices are connected to this module and installed in the

• Exit button input.

building's interior: power supply and lock-release. An exit

• Free access button input (trades).

button can be used optionally.

• Auxiliary Open Collector Output (max. 150mA) to indicate a vandalism attempt or open/forced door. • Each code can activate 2 relays at the same time.

2

230Vac Power Supply 2

PROGRAMMING 2

Programming from the same keypad using a master code.

Lock-Releases

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader

150x180

* Flush Mounted Box

130x160x55

* Surface Box

154x184x55

• Environmental Protection (IP)

54

• Anti-Shock Protection (IK)

09

• Power Supply (V)

12V (ac/dc)

• Consumption (mA) S/lock-release.

40/110

• Operating Temperature

-15º to 55º C

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

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12Vdc 12Vac

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888 3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

Ref.4699

2

Exit Button


STAND -ALONE

Keypad

Loft Memokey Ref.4540 • Access control keypad which allows the door to be opened when a pre-programmed code of up to 6 digits is entered. • Membrane keypad finished in texturised ABS plastic with status LEDs. • Surface installation. • Capacity: up to 100 user codes. • Length 4 to 6 digits. • Recommended for interior use. • Includes 50cm of wiring. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Acoustic confirmation tone which sounds when a button is pressed. Acoustic and visual confirmation with LED’s showing if a code has been accepted/ rejected.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

INSTALLATION

• 2A relay lock-release activation (NA, NC).

The keypad is located in the exterior area. The rest of

Programmable at from 1 and 99 seconds or

the devices are connected to this module and they are

bistable.

installed in the building's interior: power supply and lock-

• Exit button input.

release. An exit button can be used optionally.

• Free access button input (trades). • Auxiliary Open Collector Output (max. 150 mA) to indicate a vandalism attempt or open/forced door.

2

230Vac

• Tamper proof to indicate vandalism attempts.

Power Supply 2

PROGRAMMING 2

Programming from the same keypad using a master code.

Lock-Releases

Ref.4540

2

Exit Button

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader

60x130x23

* Flush Mounted Box

Not required

* Surface Box

Not required

• Environmental Protection (IP)

66

• Anti-Shock Protection (IK)

06

• Power Supply (V)

12V (ac/dc)

• Consumption (mA) s/lock-release.

20/70

• Operating Temperature

0º to 70º C

12Vdc 12Vac

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888 3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

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STAND -ALONE

Proximity

Cityline Private Ref.6992 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring. Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Integrated within the Cityline aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.7061, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system. Configurable between dipswitches (SW2).

TECHNICAL FEATURES

Configuration as a STAND-ALONE system:

• Does not require physical contact.

• Capacity: up to 400 user cards or keyrings.

5cm (card) or 1.5cm (keyring) reading distance.

• Acoustic and visual confirmation using LEDs which

• Acoustic and visual status data.

advise if the card swiped has been accepted/rejected.

• Status LEDs (help in programming and determining status). • Manual programming (using master card or keyring) or via PC software (card activation/deactivation).

INSTALLATION The reader is located in the exterior area. The rest of the

• Door sensor and exit button control.

devices are connected to this module and they are installed in

• Relay output. • Relay lock-release activation with programmable time. Programmable from 1 to 99 seconds.

the building's interior: power supply and lock-release. An exit button can be used optionally. 2

230Vac

PROGRAMMING

Power Supply

This can be done in 3 ways:

2

Master card: The first time the power supply is

connected, the system waits for a proximity card to be

Ref.6992

2

swiped. This is then considered the "master card".

Keypad: Recommended if we want to deactivate

faulty cards.

PC Software: For managing user activation/

Lock-Releases

2

Exit Button

deactivations.

The WINPROX software can be downloaded from

SPECIFICATIONS

www.fermax.com

IDENTIFIERS

1

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

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• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

130x128 115x114x45 130x128x33 54 07 12V (ac/dc) 90 -15º to 55ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

12Vdc 12Vac

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888 3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.


STAND -ALONE

Proximity

V Skyline Private Ref.7440 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring. Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Access control module to be integrated within Skyline audio/video door entry system panels. • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system. Configurable between dipswitches (SW2).

• Does not require physical contact. 5cm (card) or 1.5cm (keyring) reading distance. • Acoustic and visual status data.

Configuration as a STAND-ALONE system: • Capacity: up to 400 user cards or keyrings.

• Status LEDs (help in programming and determining

• Acoustic and visual confirmation using LEDs which

status).

advise if the card swiped has been accepted/ rejected.

• Manual programming (using master card or keyring) or via PC software (card activation/deactivation). • Door sensor and exit button control. • Relay output. • Relay lock-release activation with programmable time. Programmable at 1 to 99 secs.

INSTALLATION The electronic or video door entry system panels are located in the building's exterior. The panel can be configured in an intuitive manner using the private module for greater ease of use and access security. The rest of the devices are connected

PROGRAMMING

to this module and they are installed in the building's interior:

This can be done in 3 ways:

Master card: The first time the power supply is

power supply and lock-release. An exit button can be used optionally.

connected, the system waits for a proximity card to be swiped. This is then considered the "master card".

2

230Vac

Keypad: Recommended if we want to deactivate

faulty cards.

Power Supply 2

PC Software: For managing user activation/

deactivations.

The WINPROX software can be downloaded from www.fermax.com

2 Exit Button

Lock-Releases Ref.7440 2

SPECIFICATIONS

IDENTIFIERS

1

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

• Reader Dimensions: • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

105.2X47.5 54 07 12V (ac/dc) 90 -15º to 55ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

12Vdc 12Vac

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888 3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

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STAND -ALONE

Proximity

City Classic Private Ref.2347

• Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring . Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Capacity: up to 400 user cards or keyrings. • Integrated within the City Classic aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.8951, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Acoustic and visual confirmation using LEDs which advise if the card presented has been accepted/rejected.

• Does not require physical contact. 3cm (card) or 1cm (keyring) reading distance. • Acoustic and visual status data.

INSTALLATION

• Manual programming (using master card or keyring) or via PC software (card activation/deactivation). • Door sensor and exit button control. • Relay output. • Relay lock-release activation with programmable time. Programmable from 1 to 99 seconds.

The reader is located in the exterior area. The rest of the devices are connected to this module and they are installed in the building's interior: power supply and lock-release. An exit button can be used optionally.

• Status LEDs (help in programming and determining status).

2 230Vac

PROGRAMMING

Power Supply 2

This can be done in 3 ways:

Master card: The first time the power supply is

Ref.2347

2

connected, the system waits for a proximity card to be swiped. This is then considered the "master card".

Keypad: Recommended if we want to deactivate

2

Lock-Releases

Exit Button

faulty cards.

PC Software: For managing user activation/

deactivations. The WINPROX software can be downloaded from www.fermax.com

IDENTIFIERS 1

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

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SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

130x128 115x114x45 130x128x33 43 07 12V (ac/dc) 80/120 0º to 60ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

12Vdc 12Vac

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888 3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.


STAND -ALONE

Proximity

Marine Private Ref.5472 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring. Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Integrated within a 2.5mm Marine stainless steel panel. • Flush mounted (ref.4641, including box) or surface installation (ref.4701, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system. Configurable between dipswitches (SW2).

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Does not require physical contact. 4cm (card) or 1cm (keyring) reading distance. • Acoustic and visual status data. • Manual programming (using master card or keyring) or via PC software (card activation/deactivation). • Door sensor and exit button control.

Configuration as a STAND-ALONE system: • Capacity: up to 400 user cards or keyrings. • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which advise if the card swiped has been accepted/ rejected.

INSTALLATION

• Relay output.

The reader is located in the exterior area. The rest of the devices

• Relay lock-release activation with programmable

are connected to this module and installed in the building's

time. Programmable from 1 to 99 seconds.

interior: power supply and lock-release. An exit button can be

• Status LEDs (help in programming and determining

used optionally.

status).

2 230Vac

PROGRAMMING

Power Supply 2

This can be done in 3 ways:

Master card: The first time the power supply is

Ref.5472

2

connected, the system waits for a proximity card to be swiped. This is then considered the "master card".

Keypad: Recommended if we want to deactivate

faulty cards.

2

Lock-Releases

Exit Button

PC Software: For managing user activations/

deactivations. The WINPROX software can be downloaded from

SPECIFICATIONS

www.fermax.com.

IDENTIFIERS 1

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

150x180 130x160x55 154x184x55 54 09 12V (ac/dc) 90 -15º to 55ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

12Vdc 12Vac

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888 3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

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STAND -ALONE

Proximity

Loft Private Ref.4530 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring. Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Capacity: up to 400 user cards or keyrings. • Module finished in textured ABS plastic. • Surface installation. • Recommended for interior use. • Includes 50 cm of wiring. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Acoustic and visual confirmation using LEDs which

TECHNICAL FEATURES

advise if the card swiped has been accepted/rejected.

• Does not require physical contact. 4 cm (card) or 1 cm (keyring) reading distance. • Acoustic and visual status data.

INSTALLATION

• Manual programming (using master card or keyring) or via PC software (card activation/deactivation).

The reader is located in the exterior area. The rest of the

• Door sensor and exit button control.

devices are connected to this module and they are installed in

• Relay output.

the building's interior: power supply and lock-release. An exit

• Relay lock-release activation with programmable

button can be used optionally.

time. Programmable from 1 to 99 seconds. • Status LED (help in programming and determining status).

2

230Vac Power Supply

PROGRAMMING

2

This can be done in 3 ways:

2

Master card: The first time the power supply is

connected, the system waits for a proximity card to be swiped. This is then considered the "master card".

Keypad: Recommended if we want to deactivate

faulty cards.

Lock-Releases

Ref.2347

2

Exit Button

PC Software: For managing user activation/

deactivations. The WINPROX software can be downloaded from www.fermax.com

SPECIFICATIONS IDENTIFIERS 1

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

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• Reader Dimensions • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

60x130x23 66 06 12V (ac/dc) 45/75 0º to 60ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

12Vdc 12Vac

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888 3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.


STAND -ALONE

Identifiers Ref.23361

Proximity Card without magnetic strip

Ref.2336

Proximity Card with magnetic strip

Credit Card Format white PVC material.

Similar to the above, but also incorporates

Each device comes with an identifier to allow

a high coercivity magnetic strip for other

it to setup in the system. It does not require

functions.

maintenance or batteries. ASK 125KHz Modulation. Code Protocol. Allows it to be personalized with the users

Ref.44501

logo and photograph using various printing

Proximity Keyring To carry the identifier along with traditional

options. See prices and commercial

keys. Each device comes with an identifier

references.

to allow it to be set up in the system (with

Dimensions: 85x54mm.

exclusive identifiers). The proximity reader is used in residential settings given its ease of use. Reduced dimensions: 25x52mm.

Maintenance PC Programming Software: WINPROX

Ref.2306

Programming Keypad Private

For maintenance service and information

Recommended for maintenance work

management in PRIVATE systems. Allows you to

and to manually deactivate the faulty card

receive and compile comprehensive information

from the reader itself.

on the READER's users. Also allows you to carry out all programming operations using simple

It can be downloaded from www.fermax.com

commands. WINPROX allows you to manage the access control system's autonomous proximity readers, their users and cards, manage incidents online, easy intuitive manner.

Programming Kit PC Loft

With WINPROX you can define various access

PC Programming Kit for Private Loft

readers, activate or deactivate users, assign

readers.

various cards to a single user, configure access

Includes a PC and CD interface with

permission for various users on a single system,

WINPROX software.

control IP cameras, generate reports, etc in an

Ref.3625

manage card expiry, import and export user lists to excel, etc.

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Fingerprint

Cityline Fingerprint Ref.6959 • Biometric access fingerprint reader with capacitive sensor. Identifies the user by way of their fingerprint (a unique, unrepeatable characteristic). With built-in proximity reader which functions as follows: - Some people have fingerprints without the necessary information for authorization in a biometric system. This applies to 1% of the population. In these cases, use integrated Proximity. Built-in Proximity reader

- Security mode: activates dual security, (Fingerprint+Card) for the same User.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Integrated within the Cityline aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface

• Relay lock-release activation. Programmable from

installation (ref.7061, optional).

01 to 99 seconds.

• Recommended for interior and exterior use.

• Acoustic and visual status data.

• Reader and controller integrated within the same module.

• Reader with 2 status LEDs and a 7 segment 4 digit

• Can run as an stand-alone or centralised system

display (helps with programming and status data).

(dipswitch configurable).

• Manual programming using the infrared remote control included or via PC software (card activation/

Configuration as a STAND-ALONE system:

deactivation of fingerprints).

• Capacity (no. users):

• Special Functions: free fingerprint button (trades) and

- 4.500 users in 1 fingerprint per person mode.

unblock fingerprint (lock-release always activated).

- 2.970 users in 2 fingerprints per person mode.

• Door sensor and exit button control.

• Acoustic and visual confirmation using status and display

• Auxiliary Relay for other Functions. Door alarm and

LEDs which indicate if a fingerprint has been accepted or

forced door, panic alarm or intruder alarm (incorrect

rejected.

fingerprint).

• To ensure the fingerprint is read correctly, slide your finger along

• Allows keypad connection for Security Mode

the reader with a downwards movement (from top to bottom),

operation: in this case, the dual security would be

at a uniform speed and exerting slight pressure.

Fingerprint+Code, for the same User.

• Includes a software CD and infrared remote keypad.

INSTALLATION

PROGRAMMING

The fingerprint reader is located in the exterior area. The

Programming can be done manually or by PC. The system

rest of the devices are connected to this module and they

is programmed with a master print (Administrator) and a

are installed in the building's interior: power supply and

remote infrared keypad. The PC programming software can be

lock-release. An exit button can be used optionally.

downloaded from www.fermax.com. The «Clone» option is available: it is used to copy all data entered in one reader into another.

2

SPECIFICATIONS

230Vac Power Supply 2 Ref.6959

2

024

Lock-Releases

20

2

Exit Button

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NOTE: See “Installation diagrams for stand-alone in network fingerprint readers”.

• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

130x128 115x114x45 130x128x33 43 07 12V (ac/dc) 118/173 -10º to 55ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

12Vdc 12Vac

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888 3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.


STAND -ALONE

Fingerprint

W Skyline Fingerprint Ref.6989 • Biometric access fingerprint reader with capacitive sensor. Identifies the user by way of their fingerprint (a unique, unrepeatable characteristic). With built-in proximity reader which functions as follows: - Some people have fingerprints without the necessary information for authorization in a biometric system. This applies Built-in Proximity reader

to 1% of the population. In these cases, use integrated Proximity. - Security mode: activates dual security, (Fingerprint+Card) for the same User.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Access control module, to be integrated within Skyline audio/video door-entry system panels.

• Relay lock-release activation Programmable from

• Recommended for interior and exterior use.

01 to 99 seconds.

• Reader and controller integrated within the same module.

• Acoustic and visual status data.

• Can operate as an stand-alone or centralised system

• Reader with 2 status LEDs and a 7 segment 4 digit

(dipswitch configurable).

display (helps with programming and status data). • Manual programming using the infrared remote

Configuration as a STAND-ALONE system:

control included or via PC software (card activation/

• Capacity (no. users):

deactivation of fingerprints).

- 4.500 users in 1 fingerprint per person mode.

• Special Functions: free fingerprint button (trades) and

- 2.970 users in 2 fingerprints per person mode.

unblock fingerprint (lock-release always activated).

• Acoustic and visual confirmation using status and

• Door sensor and exit button control.

display LEDs which indicate if a fingerprint has been

• Auxiliary Relay for other Functions. Door alarm and

accepted or rejected.

forced door, panic alarm or intruder alarm (incorrect

• To ensure the fingerprint is read correctly, slide your finger along

fingerprint).

the reader with a downwards movement (from top to bottom),

• Allows keypad connection for Security Mode

at a uniform speed and exerting slight pressure.

operation: in this case, the dual security would be

• Includes a software CD and infrared remote keypad.

Fingerprint+Code, for the same User.

INSTALLATION PROGRAMMING

The electronic or video door-entry system panels are located in

Programming can be done manually or by PC. The system

the building's exterior. The panel can be configured in an intuitive

is programmed with a master print (Administrator) and a

manner, including a fingerprint reader module for greater ease of

remote infrared keypad. The PC programming software

use and access security. The rest of the devices are connected to

can be downloaded from www.fermax.com. The «Clone»

this module and they are installed in the building's interior: power

option is available: it is used to copy all data entered in

supply and lock-release. An exit button can be used optionally. 2

one reader into another.

230Vac Power Supply

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) s/lock-release • Operating Temperature

105.2x95 43 07 12V (ac/dc) 118/173 -10º to 55ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

2

2 024

Lock-Releases

12Vdc

Ref.6989 2

Exit Button

12Vac

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888 3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

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STAND -ALONE

Fingerprint

Marine Fingerprint Ref.5474 • Biometric access fingerprint reader with capacitive sensor. Identifies the user by way of their fingerprint (a unique, unrepeatable characteristic). With built-in proximity reader which functions as follows: - Some people have fingerprints without the necessary information for authorization in a biometric system. This applies to 1% of the population. In these cases, use integrated Proximity. - Security mode: activates dual security, (Fingerprint+Card) for

Built-in Proximity reader

the same User. • Integrated within a 2.5mm stainless steel Marine panel. • Flush mounted (ref.4641, including box) or surface

TECHNICAL FEATURES

installation (ref.4701, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use.

• Relay lock-release activation.

• Reader and controller integrated within the same module.

Programmable from 01 to 99 seconds.

• Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system

• Acoustic and visual status data.

(dipswitch configurable).

• Reader with 2 status LEDs and a 7 segment 4 digit display (helps with programming and status data).

Configuration as a STAND-ALONE system:

• Manual programming using the infrared

• Capacity (no. users):

remote control included or via PC software (card

- 4.500 users in 1 fingerprint per person mode.

activation/deactivation of fingerprints).

- 2.970 users in 2 fingerprints per person mode.

• Special Functions: free fingerprint button (trades)

• Acoustic and visual confirmation using status and display

and unblock fingerprint (lock-release always

LEDs which indicate if a fingerprint has been accepted or

activated).

rejected.

• Door sensor and exit button control.

• To ensure the fingerprint is read correctly, slide your finger along

• Auxiliary Relay for other Functions. Door alarm and

the reader with a downwards movement (from top to bottom),

forced door, panic alarm or intruder alarm (incorrect

at a uniform speed and exerting slight pressure.

fingerprint).

• Includes a software CD and infrared remote keypad.

• Allows keypad connection for Security Mode operation: in this case, the dual security would be

INSTALLATION

Fingerprint+Code, for the same User.

The fingerprint reader is located in the exterior area. The rest of the devices are connected to this module and they are installed in the

PROGRAMMING

building's interior: power supply and lock-release. An exit button can be used optionally.

Programming can be done manually or by PC. The system is programmed with a master print (Administrator) and a remote infrared keypad. The PC

SPECIFICATIONS

2

programming software can be downloaded from www.

230Vac

fermax.com. The «Clone» option is available: it is used to copy all data entered in one reader into another.

2

12Vdc

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888

12Vac

3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

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Power Supply

2

Lock-Releases

024

Ref.5474 Exit Button 2

• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

150x180 130x160x55 154x184x55 43 08 12V (ac/dc) 118/173 -10º to 55ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm


STAND -ALONE

Keypad and Fingerprint

Cityline Keypad+Fingerprint Ref.6996 • There are a number of people whose fingerprints do not not have the necessary information to be set up on a biometric system. This applies to 1% of the population. In these cases, the use of an alternative technology combined is recommended. • Biometric access fingerprint reader with capacitive sensor. Identifies the user by way of their fingerprint (unique and unrepeatable characteristic). Built-in proximity reader. Reader also includes a keypad. Functions as follows: - For cases where fingerprints cannot be authorized, use integrated Proximity or Keypad. - Segurity mode: The reader includes a keypad for dual security function: Fingerprint+Code, for the same User. • Integrated in Cityline aluminium panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8855, including box) or surface mounted Built-in Proximity reader

TECHNICAL FEATURES FINGERPRINT • Operating Options (no.of users):

(ref.7065, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Includes a software CD and infrared remote keypad.

PROGRAMMING

- 4.500 users in 1 fingerprint per person mode.

Programming can be done manually or via PC. In manual mode the

- 2.970 users in 2 fingerprints per person mode.

system is programmed using a master fingerprint (administrator)

• Relay lock-release activation.

and an infrared remote keypad. The PC programming software

• Acoustic and visual status data.

can be downloaded from www.fermax.com. It allows the «Clone»

• Manual programming using the infrared remote control

option which allows the user to copy all data from one reader to

included or via PC software (card activation/

another.

deactivation of fingerprints). • Reader with 2 status LEDs and a 7 segment 4 digit display (helps with programming status).

2 230Vac

INSTALLATION

Power Supply

• Special Functions: free access fingerprint button

2

(trades) and unblock fingerprint (lock-release always activated). • Door sensor and exit button control. • Auxiliary Relay for other Functions. Door alarm and

2 Lock-Release

Ref.6996 024

fingerprint). MEMOKEY (KEYPAD) The identifier is not material since it is memorized by the user. The user code is entered via the keypad. Access control keypad allows to open the door by entering a previously programmed 4 or 6 digit code.

Exit Button

2

forced door, panic alarm or intruder alarm (incorrect

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box (included) * Surface Box (optional) • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release * Fingerprint * Keypad • Operating Temperature

130x246 115x233x45 130x246x33 43 07 12V (ac/dc) 118/173 40/110 -10º to 55ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

12Vdc

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888

12Vac

3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

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STAND -ALONE

Bluetooth

Cityline Bluetooth Ref.6993 • Access control reader which operates by means of telephones equipped with Bluetooth technology where the mobile telephone acts as a user identifier. • Integrated within the Cityline aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.7061, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system (configurable using dipswitch SW1).

• Relay lock-release activation. Programmable from 01 to 99 seconds.

Configuration as a STAND-ALONE system:

• Exit button input.

• Capacity based on chosen operating mode.

• Operation options:

Operation options:

1. Working with a list of authorised phones. This is a list recorded on the receiver and determines which telephones can open the door. List Capacity:

- Authorised telephones: automatic door opening or using a PIN request and confirmation (3 modes). Capacity: 40 mobile telephones.

up to 40 different mobile telephones.

- Any phone: PIN request. Capacity: Unlimited.

This working mode has three possible options:

• Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which

- Automatic Mode (Without PIN): The door opens

confirm if a mobile phone has been accepted or rejected.

when it detects the presence of an authorised phone.

• Configurable reading range: 2m, 9m or up to 20m.

- Request Confirmation: When the receiver detects

• Configurable repetition time.

a phone on the list, it requests confirmation to open the door. The user must press the 1 key and Accept

PROGRAMMING

to open the door. - Request PIN : When the receiver detects a phone on the list it requests the PIN (4-digit code configurable by the administrator). 2. Working without an authorised telephones list (default configuration). The PIN will be requested for any mobile phone with activated bluetooth within

This can be done in 2 ways: via mobile phone with bluetooth connectivity (master mobile) using a list of commands or alternatively via PC/PDA (with a bluetooth connection). The «FermaxPC» programming software can be downloaded from www.fermax.com

range, and only if entered correctly the lock release will be activated. Unlimited number of mobile phones.

INSTALLATION

SPECIFICATIONS

2

• Dimensions: * Reader

130x128

* Flush Mounted Box

115x114x45

* Surface Box

130x128x33

• Environmental Protection (IP)

54

• Anti-Shock Protection (IK)

07

• Power Supply (V)

12V (ac/dc)

• Consumption (mA) S/lock rel.

12Vac: 100

230Vac Power Supply 2

2

Ref.6993 Exit Button

12Vdc 50 • Operating Temperature

-15º to 55ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

24

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Lock-Release

2

12Vdc

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888

12Vac

3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.


STAND -ALONE

Bluetooth

V Skyline Bluetooth Ref.7441 • Access control reader which operates by means of telephones equipped with Bluetooth technology where the mobile telephone acts as a user identifier. • Access control module to be integrated within Skyline and Cityline audio/video door entry system panels. • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system (configurable using dipswitch SW1).

TECHNICAL FEATURES

Configuration as a STAND-ALONE system:

• Relay lock-release activation. Programmable from 01 to 99 seconds.

• Capacity based on chosen operating mode. Operation options: - Authorised telephones: automatic door opening or using a PIN

• Exit button input.

request and confirmation (3 modes).

• Operation options: 1. Working with a list of authorised phones. This is a list recorded on the receiver and determines which telephones can open the door. List Capacity: up to 40 different mobile telephones. This working mode has three possible options: - Automatic Mode (Without PIN): The door opens when it detects the presence of an authorised phone. - Request Confirmation: When the receiver detects a phone on the list, it requests confirmation to open the door. The user must press the 1 key and Accept to open the door. - Request PIN : When the receiver detects a

Capacity: 40 mobile phones. - Any phone: PIN request. Capacity: Unlimited. • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which confirm if a mobile phone has been accepted or rejected. • Configurable reading range: 2m, 9m or up to 20m. • Configurable repetition time.

PROGRAMMING This can be done in 2 ways: via mobile phone with bluetooth connectivity (master mobile) using a list of commands or alternatively via PC/PDA (with a bluetooth connection). The «FermaxPC» programming software can be downloaded from

phone on the list it requests the PIN (4-digit code

www.fermax.com

configurable by the administrator).

INSTALLATION

2. Working without an authorised telephone list (default configuration). The PIN will be requested for

The electronic or video door entry system panels are located in

any mobile phone with activated bluetooth within

the building's exterior. The panel can be configured in an intuitive

range, and only if entered correctly the lock release will

manner, including a bluetooth reader module for greater ease of

be activated. Unlimited number of mobile phones.

use and access security. The rest of the devices are connected to this module and they are installed in the building's interior: power supply and lock-release. An exit button can be used optionally.

SPECIFICATIONS

2 230Vac

• Dimensions W:

105.2x47.5

• Environmental Protection (IP)

54

• Anti-Shock Protection (IK)

07

• Power Supply (V)

12V (ac/dc)

• Consumption (mA) S/lock-release

12Vac: 100

Power Supply 2 2

12Vdc 50 • Operating Temperature Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

-15º to 55º C

Lock-Release

Ref.7441 2

Exit Button

12Vdc

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888

12Vac

3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

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STAND -ALONE

Bluetooth

Marine Bluetooth Ref.5473 • Access control reader which operates by means of telephones equipped with Bluetooth technology where the mobile telephone acts as a user identifier. • Integrated within a 2.5mm stainless steel Marine panel. • Flush mounted (ref.4641, including box) or surface installation (ref.4701, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system (configurable using dipswitch SW1).

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Relay lock-release activation. Programmable from 01 to 99 seconds.

Configuration as a STAND-ALONE system: • Capacity based on chosen operating mode. Operation options: - Authorised telephones: automatic door opening or using a PIN

• Exit button input.

request and confirmation (3 modes).

• Operation options: 1. Working with a list of authorised phones. This is a list recorded on the receiver and determines which telephones can open the door. List Capacity: up to 40 different mobile telephones. This working mode has three possible options: - Automatic Mode (Without PIN): The door opens when it detects the presence of an authorised phone. - Request Confirmation: When the receiver detects

Capacity: 40 mobile phones. - Any phone: PIN request. Capacity: Unlimited. • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which confirm if a mobile phone has been accepted or rejected. • Configurable reading range: 2m, 9m or up to 20m. • Configurable repetition time.

PROGRAMMING

a phone on the list, it requests confirmation to open

This can be done in 2 ways: via a mobile phone with bluetooth

the door. The user must press the 1 key and Accept to

connectivity (master mobile) using a list of commands or alternatively

open the door.

via a PC/PDA (with a bluetooth connection).

- Request PIN : When the receiver detects a phone

The «FermaxPC» programming software can be downloaded from

in the list it requests the PIN (4-digit code configurable

www.fermax.com

by the administrator). 2. Working without an authorised telephone list

INSTALLATION

(default configuration). The PIN will be requested for

The bluetooth reader is located in the exterior area. The rest of the

any mobile phone with activated bluetooth within

devices are connected to this module and they are installed in the

range, and only if entered correctly the lock release will

building's interior: power supply and lock-release. An exit button

be activated. Unlimited number of mobile phones.

can be used optionally. 2

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

150x180 130x160x55 154x184x55 54 09 12V (ac/dc) 12VAc: 100 12Vdc 50 -15º to 55ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

26

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230Vac Power Supply 2

2 Lock-Release

Ref.5473 2

Exit Button

12Vdc

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888

12Vac

3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.


STAND -ALONE

Bluetooth

Mini Bluetooth Ref.4479 • Access control reader which operates by means of telephones equipped with Bluetooth technology where the mobile telephone acts as a user identifier. • Reduced size module to be setup in the circuit box or in the FERMAX audio/video door entry panel's flush mounted box. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system (configurable using dipswitch SW1).

• Relay lock-release activation.

Configuration as a STAND-ALONE system:

Programmable from 01 to 99 seconds.

• Capacity based on chosen operating mode.

• Exit button input.

Operation options:

• Operation options:

- Authorised telephones: automatic door opening or

1. Working with a list of authorised phones.

using a PIN request and confirmation (3 modes).

This is a list recorded on the receiver and

Capacity: 40 mobile phones.

determines which telephones can open the door.

- Any phone: PIN request. Capacity: Unlimited.

List Capacity: up to 40 different mobile telephones.

• Configurable reading range: 2m, 9m or up to 20m.

This working mode has three possible options:

• Configurable repetition time.

- Automatic Mode (Without PIN): The door opens when it detects the presence of an authorised phone. - Request Confirmation: When the receiver detects a phone on the list, it requests confirmation to open the door. The user must press the 1 key and Accept to open the door. - Request PIN : When the receiver detects a phone on the list it requests the PIN (4-digit code configurable by the administrator). 2. Working without an authorised telephones list (default configuration). The PIN will be requested for any mobile phone with activated bluetooth within range, and only if entered correctly the lock release will be activated. Unlimited number of mobile phones.

PROGRAMMING This can be done in 2 ways: via a mobile phone with bluetooth connectivity (master mobile) using a list of commands or alternatively via a PC/PDA (with a bluetooth connection). The «FermaxPC» programming software can be downloaded from www.fermax.com

INSTALLATION The electronic or video door entry system panels are located in the building's exterior. The mini-bluetooth module can be installed internally within the flush mounted box on the panel for greater ease of use and access security. Another option would be to set it up internally in the circuit box. The rest of the devices are connected to this module and they are installed in the building's interior: power supply and lock-release. An exit button can be used optionally. 2

230Vac

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

Power Supply 86x60 12V (ac/dc) 12VAc: 100 12Vdc 50 -10º a 55ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

2 2

Lock-Release

12Vdc

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888

12Vac

3071

Ref.4479 2

Exit Button

2880

* Door lock recommended.

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STAND -ALONE

Radio Frequency

Trinary RF Dual Channel Emitter Ref.79561 • 433.92 MHz radio frequency emitter. • Trinary technology • Innovative and very robust design. • Dual channel emitter that can activate two relays. • Configuration of the required sequence using microswitches. • Simplicity and ease of use.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

INSTALLATION

• Dip-switch configuration

The reader is located in the exterior area. The rest of the

(8 microswitches at 3 positions).

devices are connected to this module and they are installed in

• Unlimited number of users permitted

the building's interior: power supply and lock-release. An exit

by the receiver.

button can be used optionally.

• Includes a 12Vdc battery • Range: 30m. • Frequency: 433.92 MHz. • Consumption when transmitting: 10mA • Standby Consumption: 0,1mA

2

• Dimensions: 53x63x13. • Power supply: 12 Vc battery. RF Emitter Ref.79561

COMPATIBLE WITH:

Ref.7952 mono-channel garage receiver.

28

Ref.7900 PCB mono-channel receiver (OEM).

Ref.7903 DIN rail mono-channel receiver.

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Receiver

12Vdc

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888

12Vac

3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

Lock-Release


STAND -ALONE

Radio Frequency

Garage Receiver Ref.7952

• 433.92 MHz monochannel receiver. • Trinary technology. • The receiver accepts all emitters (ref.7956) with the same code. • When receiving the code, the receptor closes the circuit which activates the lock-release or door mechanism. • Assembled in an ABS airtight box (IP65). • Programmed via 8 micro-switches with 3 positions each.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

INSTALLATION

• Includes a 25cm rigid antenna. • Alternatively the user can use card ref.7934,

Ref.7934

which converts the receiver into a dual-channel device which activates a second relay. • Receiving frequency: 433.92 MHz. • Sensitivity: 3mV.

Ref.7952

• Relay Contact: 2A max.

2

• Power supply: 220Vac / 50Hz. • Consumption: 110mA on standby. • Dimensions: 90x165x55.

RF Emitter Ref.79561

COMPATIBLE WITH:

Trinary emitters (ref.79561).

Alarm

2

Lock-Release

12Vdc

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888

12Vac

3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

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STAND -ALONE

Radio Frequency

Mono-Channel Receiver Ref.7900 • 433.92 MHz monochannel receiver. • Trinary technology. • The receiver accepts all emitters (ref.79561) which are coded with the same code. • These can be installed in the FERMAX door entry/video door entry panels' flush mounted box. • It could be installed 2 independent receivers with the same two-channel transmitter (ref.79561).

TECHNICAL FEATURES

INSTALLATION

• Configuration by means of trinary dipswitch.

230Vac

(8 microswitches at 3 positions). • Power supply: 12Vdc / 12Vac

Power Supply

• Frequency: 433.92 MHz.

2

• 12Vac Output to activate the lock-release. • Output for button connection to open the door from 2

the interior. • Dimensions: 20x70x60.

Lock-Release

Ref.7900 Installed inside the flush-mounted box. 2 Exit Button

RF Emitter (ref.79561).

COMPATIBLE WITH:

30

Trinary emitters (ref.79561).

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12Vdc

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888

12Vac

3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.


STAND -ALONE

Radio Frequency

DIN Rail Receiver Ref. 7903

• 433.92 MHz monochannel receiver. • Trinary technology. • The receiver accepts all emitters (ref.79561) coded with the same code. • Includes the RF receiver in DIN 6 format and the transformer or power supply. • Recommended for shops, offices and businesses.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

INSTALLATION

• Direct connection to 220Vac/50Hz. • Setup on DIN rail or wall. • Output for button connection to open the door from

Circuit Box

the interior. • Frequency: 433.92 MHz. • Configuration by means of trinary dipswitch. (8 microswitches at 3 positions). • 12Vac output to activate the lock-release. • Specification: DIN 6 elements.

Emitter ref.79561

ref.7903

• Dimensions: 105x90x60.

230Vac

Power Supply

COMPATIBLE WITH:

2 2 2

Exit Button

Trinary emitters (ref.79561). 12Vac Lock-Release

12Vac

Ref.7903

References Normal Reinforced 3071 2880

* Door lock recommended.

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STAND -ALONE

Radio Frequency

Digital RF Emitter Ref.24651

• 433.92 MHz radio frequency emitter. • Digital technology. • Innovative and very robust design. • Dual channel which can activate two relays. • Secure, unique code, which is non-configurable and corresponds to the emitter series. • The emitters must be activated/deactivated on the receivers.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

INSTALLATION 230Vac

• Code which is unique and exclusive to the emitter. • Includes a 12Vdc battery. • Distance: 30m.

Power Supply

• Frequency: 433.92 MHz.

2

• Consumption when transmitting: 10mA. • Standby Consumption: 0.1mA. • Dimensions: 53x63x13.

2

RF Emitter ref.24651

COMPATIBLE WITH:

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RF Receiver ref.7960

12Vdc

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888

12Vac

3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

Lock-Release


STAND -ALONE

Radio Frequency

Villa Receiver Ref.7960

• 433.92 MHz mono-channel receiver. • Digital Technology. • Only authorised digital (ref.24651) or dual emitters (ref.25511) will activate the device. • Reduced size which allows them to be installed in electrical systems (mounted within standard 10x10cm boxes). • The emitters must be setup on the receiver.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

INSTALLATION

• 12Vac/12Vdc Power Supply.

230Vac

• Allows up to 10 emitters (users) to be stored in the memory with individual, unique codes. • Relay lock-release activation. Programmable time.

Power Supply

• Exit button input.

2

• Frequency: 433.92 MHz. • Programming the door opening time via the dip-switch.

2

• Dimensions: 62x70x20.

RF Emitter ref.24651 ó

RF Receiver ref.7960

Lock-Release

ref.25511

COMPATIBLE WITH:

Digital emitters (ref.24561) or dual emitters

12Vdc

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888

12Vac

3071

2880

* Door lock recommended.

(ref.25511).

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Radio Frequency

Dual RF emitter Ref.25511

• 433.92 MHz radio frequency emitter. • Dual Technology. • Innovative and very robust design. • Dual-Channel emitter which can activate two relays. • Secure, unique code, which is non-configurable and corresponds to the emitter series. • The emitters must be activated/deactivated on the receptors. • Internally integrates the proximity card’s electronics which means it can be used as a bi-channel emitter or as an alternative to proximity cards or keyrings.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • In addition to RF functions, it incorporates proximity card electronics which can be used with any proximity reader. • Includes a 12Vdc battery.

INSTALLATION 230Vac

• Range: 30m. • Proximity Reader Distance: 1cm. • Frequency: 433.92 MHz.

Power Supply

• Consumption when transmitting: 10mA. 2

• Standby Consumption: 0.1mA. • Dimensions: 53x63x13. Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth)mm

2

Garage Receiver ref.7960

RF Emitter ref.25511

COMPATIBLE WITH:

12Vdc

References Normal Reinforced 30708 2888

12Vac

3071

Stand-alone Villa receiver (ref.7960).

2880

* Door lock recommended.

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Lock-Release*


INSTALLATION DIAGRAMS FOR STAND-ALONE IN NETWORK FINGERPRINT READERS

STAND -ALONE

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C E N T R A L I S E D 1. GENERAL FEATURES For large systems with various access points and extensive functions. Allows complete management of a system with several access points and advanced access control functions: restrictions by user groups, both in terms of space (zones) and time (timetables), one-way function, restriction of numbers, greater user capacity, activation of devices from the reader, recording of incidents for subsequent consultation, control or security centre. Also permits the integration of additional services within the access control system: intercommunication, alarms, automation, etc.

- INTERCOMMUNICATION. For those access points where you need to grant access to external personnel. A button is pressed to contact the central guard unit, and from there access is granted.

- TECHNICAL OR INTRUDER ALARMS. Each entrance and exit can be programmed with a detection and intervention time. The alarms appear on the computer screen and on the central guard unit.

- AUTOMATION. Relay activation for certain events. Activation of devices from the readers (alarm activation/deactivation on entry or exit). Weekly programmer which can plan up to 32 daily activities for individual or groups or sensors and relays. Allows automatic connection with lighting, motor, heating, air conditioning, sprinkler systems, etc.

Requires a Central Unit to manage the system and software (Windows operating system), to program the system via a PC. The connection between the PC and the system can be direct (RS-485) or remote (IP). The data can be updated and the system monitored from different PCs (multi-station). Centralised access control systems are also known as CLASS III access control systems. The system uses a 2 wire BUS and shielded twisted pair. The readers connect to the panel BUS and the relay and sensor decoders to the Central Unit decoder BUS. 2. CENTRALISATION System centralisation involves a central unit, a power supply and relevant PC connection devices. We recommend you to use an emergency power supply system (battery). In systems with large distances, you will need to install additional power supplies at the access points in order to avoid drops in voltage with wiring.

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3. READER TECHNOLOGY There are several types of technologies depending on the interaction between the identifier and the reader. KEYPAD. The user should enter a code on the keypad. It is the most economical model as it does not use identifiers. The same code can be used by various users. PROXIMITY. The identifier is a card (similar to a credit card) or a proximity fob. The identifier is swiped by the reader at a distance of several centimetres. The reading is facilitated by means of radio frequency data transmission. This is the easiest and most secure method. RADIO FREQUENCY. This technology is mainly used in garage accesses given the flexibility allowed by the large distance between the identifier (control) and the receiver. BLUETOOTH. Access control functions are provided by way of mobile phones with Bluetooth technology. The telephone system itself identifies the user. The advantage of this system is the reader's operating distance, which makes it very useful for vehicle and pedestrian accesses.

BIOMETRIC FINGERPRINT. Biometric fingerprint access reader with capacitive sensor. Identifies the user by its fingerprint (feature which is unrepeatable and unique to each person), offering a greater level of security than any other system using another type of identifier.

4. READER SECURITY TYPE Depending on the level of security required, the readers comprise two types: WITH integrated controller and WITHOUT integrated controller. - Readers with integrated controller. Models: MDS/CAC. Installation is easier but the level of security is lower by leaving the control circuit on the exterior (of the reader). All devices connect directly to the reader: lock-release, door sensor (if required) and exit button. - Readers without integrated controller. Models: Wiegand-26/ Data Clock. A door controller is required. This is installed in the interior area (secure area) and the reader on the exterior. All devices are connected to the door controller: the lock-release, door sensor (if required), exit button, etc. and therefore are not subject to interference. Readers are recommended for more secure applications.

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CAC Central Unit Ref.4410 • Central Unit for large access control systems. Manages up to 32 access points or doors with a total of 2.048 users. • Allows the installation of 1 MDS Digital Guard Unit (just one throughout the entire system). • A maximum of 64 Central Units can be connected (2.048 access points). • Incorporates the CAC management software in CD format. This software is comprised of various applications: "Server

TECHNICAL FEATURES

Applications" and "Client Applications".

• 2.048 users.

· CAC Database Server: this is the application that manages

• 32 access points.

the database which stores all the information and which

• Continual access testing.

transmits all data to the rest of the user applications and to the

• Register of the last 3.000 incidents (entries, exits,

CAC Server.

access denied, alerts, etc.) within the memory

- Server Applications: developed for the installer.

· CAC Server: this is the application where the installer defines

without the need to download it to the PC.

the system's hardware elements (central unit, readers, decoders,

• Option to connect readers with or without an

etc).

integrated controller (via the door controller).

All CAC systems have one unique CAC Server and CAC Database Server. · Client Applications: developed for the user via a simple,

PROGRAMMING

intuitive, graphic interface. Multi-Station Applications.

All programming is done using the CAC software and from a duly authorised computer. CAC software is included on the Central Unit in CD format or can be downloaded from www.fermax.com

viewing, etc. · CAC Attendance: Presence Control Management (compilation of employee payslips). Allows you to capture, define and control the hours worked by employees within a company using the same access control readers.

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions • DIN rail fixed in place or 2 screws to wall • Surface Box (optional) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

· CAC Access: User and Authorisation Management event

• Ability to manage 1.000 intercommunication panels, 1.000 175x90x40 130x128x33 12Vdc 150 0º to 60ºC

sensors and 1.000 relays. • Local Connection (USB, RS-232) or remote connection (IP) to the corresponding module (see accessories). Power Supply

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

2 2

INSTALLATION System centralisation involves a central unit, a power recommend to use an emergency power supply system (battery).

3

3 C.U. (ref.4410)

supply and relevant PC connection devices. We

Up to 64 Central Units

twisted pair

2

additional power supplies at the access points in order

2

2

Installation is done using 2 wire BUS and a shielded Reader

Twisted Pair

2

Reader

Twisted Pair

Up to 32 readers

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Up to 32 readers

Up to 32 readers

to avoid drops in voltage with wiring.

requires a further wire.

C.U. (ref.4410)

Twisted Pair

In systems with large distances, you will need to install

twisted pair. Interconnection of various central units

C.U. Twisted (ref.4410) pair

Reader


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CAC Server Software and Database Server Server Applications Server Applications: these are applications developed for the installer. · CAC Database Server: this is the application that manages the database where all information pertaining to the systems (users, incidents, etc..) is stored, and which manages the rest of the user applications and the CAC Server itself. · CAC Server: this is the application where the installer defines the system's hardware elements which, in turn, act as the server for the remaining CAC architecture client applications and as a communication server with the CAC system. The PC where the CAC Server is installed should be connected directly to the system through an appropriate interface. The whole CAC system must have a single CAC Server application and CAC Database.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Sections: The CAC Control Server application, allows the system to be organised into sections (up to 4 different sections). In systems with a high number of central units or central units which are very far from others, the creation of sections allows to manage all the central units from the same PC without needing to connect all the central units by way of a FXL network, creating one single system. • CAC Central Unit: A CAC access control system will use between 1 and 64 CAC central units. Each central unit is inserted into the CAC Control Server application, in its corresponding section. It is also assigned a description and central unit number. • Doors: A door corresponds to each one of the readers or door controllers (DC) of the installation. Each DC may manage up to 2 readers (Entrance/Exit) from the same door. In the CAC Server application, for each central unit, the same number of doors and readers or DCs are added, and these can be connected to the the central units in the system (from 1 to 32 readers or door controllers per central unit). • Areas: Areas only need to be defined where limits on capacity are required (capacity control). • Antipassback: The anti-passpack function prevents a user who has accessed the building by means of an entrance door to re-enter the building (via any entrance door) without having previously exited the building. Two levels of antipassback: pedestrian and vehicular. • Sensor Groups - Individual Sensors (Capacity to manage 1.000 sensors): You only need to define groups of sensors or individual sensors where there are sensor decoders in the building. • Relay Groups - Individual Relays (Capacity to manage 1.000 relays): You only need to define groups of relays or individual relays where there are relay decoders in the building. • Planner: Allows the user to define up to 32 automation plans to control various devices. • Sabotage Control: Allows you to activate the sabotage detection function on the decoder bus (where relay decoders, sensor decoders or panel decoders are set up for intercommunication). • Automatic switch to winter/summer daylight saving time.

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CAC Access Software Customer Applications Client Applications: these are applications developed by the user and they allow them to get maximum advantage from the CAC system. Using CAC Access you can manage and control users, doors and incidents, create access restrictions and generate reports. • User friendly graphic interface, which is simple and intuitive. All options are shown on a hierarchical tree. • Requires to have the CAC Database Server software installed (manages the MySQL database) and CAC Server.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • 2.048 users. • 64 groups of users (profiles). Each one defines the restrictions to be applied to the group by assigning up to 3 Areas and 3 Timetables. • 4 special profiles without user restrictions. • 32 Areas. Define the doors through which access is permitted. • 32 Timetables Define the periods of time in which access is permitted to users. • Holidays (20 holidays and 3 holiday periods). • Online incident register (entries, exits, accesses denied, alerts, etc.). • 32 weekly activation plans (sensors and relays). • Restriction on the number of people in certain rooms or areas. •Temporary blocking of users individually or by groups. They are not permitted to access until they are unblocked. • Activation of devices associated with each user, on swiping their identifier by a reader. • Generating reports. • Backup copies.

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CAC Software Attendance Customer Applications Client Applications: these are applications developed by the user and they allow them to get maximum advantage from the CAC system. The CAC Attendance application allows you to manage presence control This application is designed for personnel control by way of clock-ins which are recorded at a presence control terminal via a personal identifier (proximity card, keyring... etc). Subsequently it allows the compilation of the information for schedule management, calculation of time worked, personnel monitoring, calculation of justified absences and the parameters specified for each employee. The CAC Attendance application allows you to capture, define and control the time spent by a company's employees via a CAC system. Although the ATTENDANCE client application may be installed on various computers on the same network, only one instance can be executed. If there is another instance operating the application will advise us. • User friendly graphic interface which is simple and intuitive. All options are shown on a hierarchical tree. • Requires that you have the CAC Database server installed (manages the MySQL database) and CAC Server.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Flexible Clock-In Register. • Automatic Generation of Presence Events. • Profile Based Assignment. - The application of schedules to dates is done by means of profiles. - A profile can have various different schedules applied to the same time period if they don't overlap. • Multiple Time Periods. Within each timetable various periods can be defined which indicate the period of time the user should be present. • Definition of courtesy times within time slots. Within each time slot there is an option to specify a clock-in and clock-out margin. • Different Schedule Types: rigid and flexible. - Rigid Schedules: Comprised of a series of time slots which indicate the period when the employee should be present. This time is calculated adding various time slots. - Flexible Schedules: Comprised of one or various slots which indicate the time during which the employee can be present, but

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the total presence time which must be fulfilled each day is indicated separately. • Night shifts can be defined. • Justified absences can be defined. - If you know a person is going to be absent for one day during a set period a justified absence can be included on this day and the absence type identified. - The assignment of holidays is done by way of justified absences identified as holidays. • Defining Working Days. You can define certain weekdays as working days (set by default from Monday to Friday) during which the presence data will be compiled. • Defining Holidays. Annual holidays can be defined, and are set commonly for all employees independently of their justified absences. • Real time control of sign-ins and people present currently or at earlier points in the relevant slot. • Definition of the intervals between sign-ins in each time slot based on which reports on events can be generated. • Definition of opening and closing thresholds which indicate the minimum time between two clock-ins for an event to be opened or closed. • Theoretical Hours Check. Hours which according to the schedule each employee must work within a specific time period. • Calculation of the real hours worked by each employee. • Control over excess or insufficient hours worked by the employee. • Control over clock-in errors. Expressing them as presences pending closure. These can be rapidly converted to presences in one sole action. • Manual correction of employee presence anomalies. Manual editing, deletion and creation of events. • Definition of types of justifications so as to be able to assign them to absences that have been justified. • Definition of clock-in codes. These will be assigned to the events generated by these clock-ins. These are sent from readers with keypads. •Detailed Event Check. You can check the clock-ins which have resulted in the generation of an event, the duration of the event, etc... • Filtered Presence View. Possibility of filtering an employee's events. • Automatic import of clock-ins from the central unit. • Automatic Generation of Events. The event generation process occurs when there are clock-ins pending compilation and the process button is activated. • Backup and recovery of the presence database. • With the application minimised it is possible to: - Check if the employees are present. - Show the clock-ins generated in the central unit and the user’s details in real time. • Selection of the presence readers to be used. Any of those within the system can be selected or any reader can be connected.

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CENTRALISED

MDS Central Unit Ref.2405 • Central Unit for large facilities with door entry systems and combined with access control. • Each Central Unit is able to manage up to 10.000 residences, 1.022 users and up to 32 video door entry panels, guard units and access control systems. • A maximum of 63 central units can be connected to the FXL network. In this case only 31 panels can be connected per

TECHNICAL FEATURES

central unit. • Incorporates the Wincom+ management software in CD

• 1.022 users.

format.

• 32/31 access points depending on the system.

• Capacity to manage 1.000 intercommunication panels,

• Register of the last 3.000 incidents (entries, exits,

1.000 sensors and 1.000 relays.

access denied, alerts, etc) with the memory without the need to download it to the PC.

• Local Connection (USB, RS-232) or remote connection (IP) to the corresponding module (see accessories).

• Option to connect readers with or without an integrated controller (via the door controller).

INSTALLATION System centralisation involves a central unit, a power supply and relevant PC connection devices.

PROGRAMMING All programming is done using Wincom+ software. Wincom+ software is included in the Central Unit in CD format or to can be downloaded from www.fermax.com

We recommend you to use an emergency power supply system (battery). In systems with large distances, you will need to install additional power supplies at the access points in order to avoid drops in voltage with wiring.

2

SPECIFICATIONS 175x90x40

ref.2379

Door lock recommended: References Normal Reinforced Normal w/sensor 12Vdc 30708 2888 29580

Twisted Pair coax coax

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

Twisted Pair

130x128x33 12Vdc 150 0º to 60ºC

Twisted Pair

• Dimensions • DIN rail fixed in place or 2 screws to wall • Surface Box (optional) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

Central Unit (ref. 2405)

6

6

Video Panel

Reader

Video Panel Up to 32 elements

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Software Wincom+ The WinCom+ application allows you to program MDS systems. The application was conceived so as to be able to define simple systems (electronic door entry system with central unit) and more complex systems (various central units on a network with access control, lift control, planner...). The application in addition to programming the system (group of central units) can receive incidents, define alert messages on the screen, carry out a complete test of the system (all devices on the system), make modifications, additions, delete users, that is complete management of all users on the system, (import/export of users via an Excel sheet, searches, location of users by areas, rapid addition of users by reading their proximity card, etc). User friendly graphic interface which is simple and intuitive in that all options can be viewed as part of a hierarchical tree.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • 1.022 users. • 64 groups of users (profiles). Each one defines the restrictions that apply to the group by assigning up to 3 Areas and 3 Schedules. • 4 special profiles without user restrictions. • 32 Areas. Define the doors through which access is permitted. • 32 Timetables. Defines the periods of time during which access is permitted to users. • Holidays (20 holidays and 3 holiday periods). • Online incident register (entries, exits, access denied, alerts, etc). • 32 device activation weekly plans (sensors and relays). • Limit on the capacity in certain rooms or locations. • Lift Control. • Activation of devices associated with each user on swiping their identifier by a reader. • Antipassback.

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Door controller Ref.4420 • Door controller without memory. • Manages the devices connected to each access point: up to 2 readers (input/output), lock-release, exit button, door sensor and free access button. • Installed in the building's interior and separate from the reader to ensure greater security. • Wiegand-26 Input, magstrip or ibutton.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Door Controller-Central Unit Wiring: 2 wires (power supply)+shielded twisted pair (data). • Includes a dipswitch for configuration: - Door Nº: the access/door number managed (0....31). - Reader Type: type of readers connected (Wiegand-26, Dallas i-Button, Data/Code). - Identifier. • The DC is able to control the following elements for an access point: - Input and output reader located one outside the building and the other inside (optional). Maximum distance between door controller and reader: 10 metres. Note: with Central Units ref.2405 you can only connect 1 reader. - An exit button which allows the door to be opened (pedestrian door) from inside the building. For vehicular doors, an induction loop can be connected. - A Trades button (commercial timetable) located outside the building, which allows the door to be opened within the established timetable. - A 4/6 status door sensor. In the case of vehicular doors, this allows a validation induction loop to be connected to a 10K resistance that must be connected in parallel. - Two relays. One of these can be used to control the lock-release, the other is used as an auxiliary relay and can be used to control an associated door alarm. • Allows the standard readers to be connected, there are four different types: - Readers with data output in Wiegand-26 format. - Readers with data output in MagStripe format (ABA Track II or Data/Clock). - Dallas i-Button reader type. - Matrix keypads with data output in 8-bit burst format. • Vehicular access. Necessary for vehicular access. The controller should be installed according to the vehicular configuration. In this case 2 vehicular presence detectors are required (induction loops). The first should read the identifier and the second should record the number of vehicles (capacity) and confirm antipassback. • Double Antipassback: pedestrian and vehicular.

4 C.U. ref.4410

INSTALLATION

7

ref.4420

7

Installation in 100x100mm circuit boxes or in surface boxes using 2 screws (included).

024

Entry Reader

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) • Operating Temperature

85x88x25 12Vdc 15/100 0º to 60ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

Door lock recommended: References Normal Reinforced Normal w/sensor 12Vdc 30708 2888 29580

Trades Button

Exit Reader

2

2

2

Exit Button

2

Door Sensor 2

Exterior

Lock-Release

Alarm Interior

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Keypad

MDS/CAC Cityline Keypad Ref.6994 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened when a pre-programmed code of up to 6 digits is entered. • Integrated within the Cityline aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.7061, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Keypad reader with capacity for up to: - 1.020 user codes with MDS central unit (ref.2405).

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Lock-release button input, door sensor input and lock-release relay.

- 2.048 user codes with CAC central unit (ref.4410). • Length 4 to 6 digits. • Acoustic confirmation on pressing a button or indicating that the code entered has been accepted/rejected.

• Reader - Central Unit Wiring: 2 wires (power supply) + shielded twisted pair (data). On a system with various readers these can be connected in cascade. • Includes a dipswitch for configuration: - Door Number: the access/door number (0..31). - Lock-Release Opening Time (secs.):

PROGRAMMING Programming is done using the PC software relevant to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410).

INSTALLATION

* On MDS via dipswitch. * On CAC software configuration.

Power Supply

• The lock-releases can be connected directly to the reader and for systems with maximum

2

security use the relay decoder.

2

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

2

2 130x128 115x114x45 130x128x33 54 07 12Vdc 70 -15º to 55ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

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C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410)

Twisted Pair

• To enter a user code press: «0+CODE».

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Door lock recommended: References Normal Reinforced Normal w/sensor 12Vdc 30708 2888 29580

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Keypad

MDS/CAC W Skyline Keypad Ref.7453 • Access control keypad which allows the door to be opened when a pre-programmed code of up to 6 digits is entered. • Access control module to be integrated within Skyline audio/video door entry system panels. • Blue backlit zamak keypad. • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Keypad reader with capacity for up to: - 1.020 user codes with MDS central unit (ref.2405).

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Lock-release button input, door sensor and lock-release relay (C, NO, NC, potential

- 2.048 user codes with CAC central unit (ref.4410). • Length 4 to 6 digits. • Acoustic confirmation on pressing a button or to indicate if the code entered has been accepted/rejected.

free). • Reader - Central Unit Wiring: 2 wires (power supply) + shielded twisted pair (data). On a system with various readers these can be connected in cascade. • Includes a dipswitch for configuration: - Door Number: the access/door number (0..31).

PROGRAMMING Programming is done using the PC software relevant to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410).

INSTALLATION

- Lock-Release Time (secs.): * On MDS via dipswitch.

Power Supply

* On CAC software configuration. • The lock-releases can be connected directly

2

to the reader and for systems with maximum

2

security use the relay decoder.

C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410)

Twisted Pair

• To enter a user code press: «0+CODE».

SPECIFICATIONS • Reader Dimensions • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

2 105.2x95 54 07 12Vdc 70 -15º to 55ºC

Reader

Twisted Pair

2

Reader

Twisted Pair

Reader

Up to 32 readers

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm Door lock recommended: References Normal Reinforced Normal w/sensor 12Vdc 30708 2888 29580

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Keypad

MDS/CAC City Classic Keypad Ref.23291 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened when a pre-programmed code of up to 6 digits is entered. • Integrated within the City Classic aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.8951, optional) • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Keypad reader with capacity for up to: - 1.020 user codes with MDS central unit (ref.2405) - 2.048 user codes with CAC central unit (ref.4410). • Length between 4 to 6 digits.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Lock-release button input, door sensor input

• Acoustic confirmation on pressing a button or indicating that he code entered has been accepted/rejected.

and lock-release relay. • Reader - Central Unit Wiring: 2 wires (power supply) + shielded twisted pair (data). On a system with various readers these can be connected in cascade.

PROGRAMMING Programming is done using the PC software relevant to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410).

• Includes a dipswitch for configuration: - Door Number: the access/door number (0..31).

INSTALLATION

- Lock Release Opening Time (secs.):

Power Supply

* On MDS via dipswitch.

2

* On CAC software configuration. • The lock-releases can be connected directly

2

to the reader and for systems with maximum

C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410)

security use the relay decoder.

Twisted Pair

• To enter a user code press: «0+CODE».

2

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

130x128 115x114x45 130x128x33 43 07 12Vdc 20 0º to 70ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

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2

Reader Up to 32 readers

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Twisted Pair

Reader


CENTRALISED

Keypad

MDS/CAC Marine Keypad Ref.4696 • Access control keypad which allows the door to be opened when a pre-programmed code of up to 6 digits is entered. • Integrated within a 2.5mm Marine stainless steel panel. • Blue zamak backlit keypad. • Flush mounted (ref.4641, including box) or surface installation (ref.4701, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Keypad reader with capacity for up to: - 1.020 user codes with MDS central unit (ref.2405). - 2.048 user codes with CAC central unit (ref.4410).

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Lock-release button input, door sensor and lock- release relay (C, NO, NC, potential free).

• Length 4 to 6 digits. • Acoustic confirmation on pressing a button or indicating that the code entered has been accepted/rejected.

• Reader - Central Unit Wiring: 2 wires (power supply) + shielded twisted pair (data). On a system with various readers these can be connected in cascade. • Includes a dipswitch for configuration: - Door Number: the access/door number (0..31). - Lock-Release Opening Time (secs.): * On MDS via dipswitch.

PROGRAMMING Programming is done using the PC software relevant to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410).

INSTALLATION

* On CAC software configuration.

Power Supply

• The lock-releases can be connected directly to the reader and for systems with maximum security use

2

the relay decoder.

2

C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410)

Twisted Pair

• To enter a user code press: «0+CODE»

2

2

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

150x180 130x160x55 154x184x55 54 09 12Vdc 70 -15º to 55ºC

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Reader

Twisted Pair

Reader

Twisted Pair

Reader

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Proximity

MDS/CAC Cityline Proximity Ref.6992 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring. Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Integrated within the Cityline aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.7061, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system.

• Does not require physical reader-card contact. 5cm (card)

or 1.5cm (keyring) reading distance.

Configuration with CENTRALISED MDS-CAC systems:

• Acoustic and visual status data.

• Proximity reader with capacity for up to:

• Lock-release button input, door sensor and lock-release

- 1.020 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.2405).

relay (C, NO, NC, potential free).

- 2.048 cards/keyrings with CAC central unit (ref.4410).

• Reader - Central Unit Wiring: 2 wires (power supply)

• Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which

Configurable between dipswitches (SW2).

advises if the card swiped has been accepted or rejected.

+ shielded twisted pair (data). On a system with various readers these can be connected in cascade. • Includes a dipswitch for configuration: - Door Number: the access/door number (0..31). - Lock-Release: Opening Time (secs.): * On MDS via dipswitch.

IDENTIFIERS 1

2

3

* On CAC software configuration. • CN3 Connector: Keypad Connector. • The lock-releases can be connected directly to the

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

reader and for systems with maximum security, it is better to use the relay decoder.

INSTALLATION

PROGRAMMING

Power Supply 2

Programming is done using the PC software relevant to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410).

2

Door lock recommended: References Normal Reinforced Normal w/sensor 12Vdc 30708 2888 29580

C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410)

• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

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SPECIFICATIONS

2

Reader

2

2

Reader

Reader

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Proximity

Wiegand26-Data/Clock Cityline Proximity Ref.6992 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring. Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Integrated within the Cityline aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.7061, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and operation.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system. Configurable between dipswitches (SW2).

• Does not require physical reader-card contact. Configuration as a CENTRALISED system with Wiegand26

5cm (card) or 1.5cm (keyring) reading distance.

protocol or Data/Clock.

• Acoustic and visual status data. • The Wiegand readers (WG) or Data/Clock allow greater

• When configuring the reader in the following mode:

anti-sabotage security given that all the devices are

- Wiegand-26, the «+» led will light up for 1 second.

connected to the door controller and are therefore

- Data/Clock, the «-» led will light up for 1 second.

outside the range for interference. The door controller

• Proximity reader with capacity for up to: - 1.020 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.2405).

is installed in the interior area (secure area) and the

- 2.048 cards/keyrings with CAC central unit (ref.4410).

reader in the exterior. • The reader can be used with other door controllers

• Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which advises if the card swiped has been accepted or rejected.

which use Wiegand 26 (WG) or Data/Clock protocols. • Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller. • For more information, see the door controller's

IDENTIFIERS

Technical Features section. 1

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

PROGRAMMING Programming is done using the relevant PC software

INSTALLATION

to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410). 2

Power Supply

SPECIFICATIONS

2 C.U. (ref.2405 ref.4410) 130x128 115x114x45 130x128x33 54 07 12Vdc 90 -15º to 55ºC

Twisted Pair

• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

Door lock recommended: References Normal Reinforced Normal w/sensor 12Vdc 30708 2888 29580

7

2

2

7

2

7

Door controller (ref.4420)

7

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

Reader

Reader

Reader

Reader

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Proximity

MDS/CAC V Skyline Proximity Ref.7440 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring. Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Access control module to be integrated within Skyline audio/video door entry system panels. • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system. Configurable between dipswitches (SW2).

• Does not require physical reader-card contact.

5cm (card) or 1.5cm (keyring) reading distance.

Configuration as a CENTRALISED MDS-CAC system:

• Acoustic and visual status data.

• Proximity reader with capacity for up to:

• Lock-release button input, door sensor input and lock-

- 1.020 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.2405).

release relay (C, NO, NC, potential free). • Reader - Central Unit Wiring: 2 wires (power supply)

- 2.048 cards/keyrings with CAC central unit (ref.4410). • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which

+ shielded twisted pair (data). On a system with various

advises if the card swiped has been accepted or rejected.

readers these can be connected in cascade. • Includes a dipswitch (SW1) for configuration: - Door Number: the access/door number (0..31).

IDENTIFIERS

- Lock-release opening time (secs.): * On MDS via dipswitch. * On CAC software configuration. • The lock-releases can be connected directly to the

1

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

reader and for systems with maximum security it is better to use the relay decoder.

INSTALLATION Power Supply

PROGRAMMING

2

Programming is done using the relevant PC software

Door lock recommended: References Normal Reinforced Normal w/sensor 12Vdc 30708 2888 29580

2

to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410).

Twisted Pair

C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410)

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

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2

Reader

Reader

2

Reader

Up to 32 readers

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CENTRALISED

Proximity

Wiegand26-Data/Clock V Skyline Proximity Ref.7440 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring. Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Access control module to be integrated within Skyline audio/video door entry system panels. • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and

TECHNICAL FEATURES

operation. • Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system.

• Does not require physical reader-card contact.

Configurable between dipswitches (SW2).

5cm (card) or 1.5cm (keying) reading distance. • Acoustic and visual status data.

Configuration as a CENTRALISED system with Wiegand26

• The Wiegand readers (WG) or Data/Clock allow greater

protocol or Data/Clock.

anti-sabotage security given that all the devices are

• When configuring the reader in the following mode:

connected to the door controller and are therefore

- Wiegand-26, the «+» led will light up for 1 second.

outside the range for interference. The door controller is installed in the interior area (secure area) and the

- Data/Clock, the «-» led will light up for 1 second. • Proximity reader with capacity for up to:

reader on the exterior.

- 1.020 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.2405).

• The reader can be used with other door controllers

- 2.048 cards/keyrings with the CAC central unit (ref.4410).

which use Wiegand 26 (WG) or Data/Clock protocols.

• Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which

• Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller.

advises if the card swiped has been accepted or rejected.

• For more information, see the door controller's Technical Features section.

IDENTIFIERS 1

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

PROGRAMMING Programming is done using the relevant PC software

INSTALLATION

to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410).

Door lock recommended: References Normal Reinforced Normal w/sensor 12Vdc 30708 2888 29580

2

Power Supply 2

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

105,2x47,5 54 07 12Vdc 90 -15º to 55ºC

Twisted Pair

C.U. (ref.2405 ref.4410)

7

Door controller. (ref.4420) 2

2

7

2

2

7

7

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

Reader

Reader

Reader

Reader

7

Reader Module

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Proximity

MDS/CAC City Classic Proximity Ref.23351 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring. Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Integrated within the City Classic aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.8951, optional).

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Proximity reader with capacity for up to:

• Does not require physical reader-card contact.

- 1.020 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.2405).

3cm (card) or 1cm (keyring) reading distance.

- 2.048 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.4410).

• Acoustic and visual status data.

• Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which

• Lock-release button input, door sensor input and lock-

advises if the card swiped has been accepted or rejected.

release relay. • Reader - Central Unit Wiring: 2 wires (power supply) + shielded twisted pair (data). On a system with various

IDENTIFIERS

readers these can be connected in cascade. • Includes a dipswitch (SW1) for configuration:

1

- Door Number: the access/door number (0..31). - Lock-Release Opening: Opening Time (seconds):

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

* On MDS via dipswitch * On CAC software configuration.

INSTALLATION

• The lock-release can be connected directly to the reader and for maximum security system it is better

Power Supply

to use the relay decoder.

2

PROGRAMMING Programming is done using the relevant PC software

2

C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410)

to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410).

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SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

Door lock recommended: References Normal Reinforced Normal w/sensor 12Vdc 30708 2888 29580

2

Reader

2

Reader

2

Reader

Up to 32 readers

Reader Module


CENTRALISED

Proximity

Wiegand26-Data/Clock City Classic Proximity Ref.4490 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring. Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Integrated within the City Classic aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.8951, optional).

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and

• Does not require physical reader-card contact. 3 cm (card) or 1 cm (keyring) reading distance.

operation. • Proximity reader with capacity for up to: - 1.020 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.2405).

• Acoustic and visual status data. • The Wiegand readers (WG) or Data/Clock allow greater anti-sabotage security given that all the

- 2.048 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.4410). • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which advises if the card swiped has been accepted or rejected.

devices are connected to the door controller and are therefore outside the range for interference. The door controller is installed in the interior area (secure

IDENTIFIERS

area) and the reader in the exterior. • The reader can be used with other door controllers which use Wiegand 26 (WG) or Data/Clock protocols. • Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller. • For more information see the door controller's Technical Features section.

1

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

INSTALLATION Door lock recommended: References Normal Reinforced Normal w/sensor 12Vdc 30708 2888 29580

PROGRAMMING Programming is done using the relevant PC software to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410).

Power Supply

2

2 C.U. (ref.2405 ref.4410)

• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release •Operating Temperature

130x128 115x114x45 130x128x33 43 07 12Vdc 55 0º to 60ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

Twisted Pair

SPECIFICATIONS 2

2

7

7

Reader

Reader

2

7

Reader

2

Door controller (ref.4420)

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Proximity Reader

MDS/CAC Marine Proximity Ref.5472 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring. Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Integrated within a 2.5mm Marine stainless steel panel. • Flush mounted (ref.4641, including box) or surface installation (ref.4701, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system.

• Does not require physical reader-card contact.

Configurable between dipswitches (SW2).

4cm (card) or 1cm (keyring) reading distance. • Acoustic and visual status data. • Lock-release button input, door sensor input and lock-

Configuration as CENTRALISED MDS-CAC systems: • Proximity reader with capacity for up to: - 1.020 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.2405).

release relay. • Reader-Central Unit Wiring: 2 wires (power supply) + shielded twisted pair (data). On a system with various

- 2.048 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.4410). • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which advises if the card swiped has been accepted or rejected.

readers these can be connected in cascade. • Includes a dipswitch (SW1) for configuration: - Door Number: the access/door number (0..31).

IDENTIFIERS

- Lock-Release Opening: Opening Time (seconds): * On MDS via dipswitch.

1

2

3

* On CAC software configuration. • CN3 Connector: keypad connector. • The lock-release can be connected directly to the reader

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

and for maximum security system it is better to use relay decoders.

INSTALLATION

PROGRAMMING

Door lock recommended: References Normal Reinforced Normal w/sensor 12Vdc 30708 2888 29580

Power Supply

Programming is done using the PC software relevant to 2

the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410). 2

C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410)

• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

150x180 130x160x55 154x184x55 54 09 12Vdc 90 -15º to 55ºC

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SPECIFICATIONS

Reader

2

2

Reader

2

Reader

Up to 32 readers

Reader module


CENTRALISED

Proximity Reader

Wiegand26-Data/Clock Marine Proximity Ref.5472 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring. Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Integrated within a 2.5mm Marine stainless steel panel. • Flush mounted (ref.4641, including box) or surface installation (ref.4701, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Does not require physical reader-card contact.

operation. • Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system. Configurable between dipswitches (SW2).

4cm (card) or 1cm (keyring) reading distance. • Acoustic and visual status data. • The Wiegand readers (WG) or Data/Clock allow greater anti-sabotage security given that all the devices are connected to the door controller and are therefore

Configuration as a CENTRALISED system with Wiegand26 protocol or Data/Clock. • Proximity reader with capacity for up to: - 1.020 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.2405).

outside the range for interference. The door controller is installed in the interior area (secure area) and the reader in the exterior.

- 2.048 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.4410). • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which advises if the card swiped has been accepted or rejected.

• The reader can be used with other door controllers which use Wiegand 26 (WG) or Data/Clock protocols. • Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller.

IDENTIFIERS

• For more information see the door controller's Technical Features section.

1

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

INSTALLATION

PROGRAMMING

Door lock recommended: References Normal Reinforced Normal w/sensor 12Vdc 30708 2888 29580

Programming is done using the relevant PC software to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410). Power Supply

SPECIFICATIONS

2

150x180 130x160x55 154x184x55 54 09 12Vdc 90 -15º to 55ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

C.U. (ref.2405 ref.4410)

Twisted Pair

• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

2

2

2

2

7

7

7

7

Reader

Reader

Reader

Reader

Door controller (ref.4420)

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Proximity Reader

Wiegand26-Data/Clock Loft Proximity Ref. 4560 • Access control reader which allows the door to be opened by swiping the proximity card or keyring. Only authorised cards or keyrings activate the device. Physical contact is not necessary. • Surface installation. • Recommended for interior use. • Module finished in textured ABS plastic. • Includes 50cm of wiring. • Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and operation.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Does not require physical reader-card contact. 2cm (card) or 0.5cm (keyring) reading distance.

• Proximity reader with capacity for up to: - 1.020 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.2405). - 2.048 cards/keyrings with MDS central unit (ref.4410). • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which advises if the card swiped has been accepted or

• Acoustic and visual status data.

rejected.

• The Wiegand readers (WG) or Data/Clock allow greater anti-sabotage security given that all the devices are connected to the door controller and are therefore

IDENTIFIERS

outside the range for interference. The door controller is installed in the interior area (secure area) and the reader in the exterior. • The reader can be used with other door controllers which use Wiegand 26 (WG) or Data/Clock protocols.

1

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

• Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller. • For more information see the door controller's Technical Features section.

PROGRAMMING Programming is done using the relevant PC software

INSTALLATION

Power Supply

Door lock recommended: References Normal Reinforced Normal w/sensor 12Vdc 30708 2888 29580

2

to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410). 2

C.U. (ref.2405 ref.4410)

• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

60x130x23 Not required Not required 66 06 12Vdc 40 0º to 60ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

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SPECIFICATIONS

7

Reader

Door controller (ref.4420) 2

2 7

Reader

2 7

Reader

7

Reader


CENTRALISED

Proximity Reader

Identifiers Ref.23361

Proximity Card without strip Credit card format. White PVC material. Dimensions: 85x54mm Each card is marked with a code to allow it to be set up in the system. Does not require battery maintenance. ASK 125KHz Modulation. Icode Protocol. It is possible to personalize it with the users logo and photograph by using a graphic printer. See prices and commercial references.

Ref.2336

Proximity Card with strip Similar to the above, but also incorporates a high coercivity magnetic strip for other functions. Dimensions: 85x54mm

Ref. 44501

Proximity Keyring To carry the identifier along with traditional keys. Each card is marked with a code to allow it to be set up in the system. Does not require battery maintenance. ASK 125KHz Modulation. Icode Protocol. The proximity reader is used in residential settings given its ease of use. Reduced Dimensions: 25x52mm

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Proximity and Keypad

MDS/CAC Cityline Proximity+Keypad Ref.6995 • Double technology access control reader: proximity and keypad. • Integrated within the Cityline aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8854, including box) or surface installation (ref.7064, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Reader and controller integrated within the same module. • Operates independently or combined as a system for greater security. • Independent Operation:

TECHNICAL FEATURES

- Proximity: allows the door to be opened when the card

• Does not require physical reader-card contact.

- Keypad: allows the door to be opened when a

5cm (card) or 1.5cm (keyring) reading distance. • Acoustic and visual status data. • Lock-release button input, door sensor input and lockrelease relay (C, NO, NC, potential free).

or proximity keyring is swiped. pre-programmed 4 to 6 digit code is entered. • System operation for greater security: card + PIN code (4 digits only). • Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system. Configurable using dipswitches (SW2).

• Reader-Central Unit Wiring: 2 wires (power supply) + shielded twisted pair (data). On a system with various readers these can be connected in cascade. • Includes a dipswitch (SW1) for configuration:

Configuration as a CENTRALISED MDS-CAC system: • Capacity of up to (based on chosen operating mode): - 1.020 cards/keyrings/codes/card+PIN codes

- Door Number: the access/door number (0..31).

with MDS central unit (ref.2405).

- Lock-Release Opening: Opening Time (seconds):

- 2.048 cards/keyrings/codes/card+PIN codes

* On MDS via dipswitch * On CAC software configuration. • CN3 Connector: Keypad Connector.

with CAC central unit (ref.4410). • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which advises if the card swiped has been accepted or

• The lock-release can be connected directly to the reader

rejected.

and for maximum security system it is better to use relay decoders.

PROGRAMMING

IDENTIFIERS

Programming is done using the relevant PC software to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410).

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box (included) * Surface Box (optional) • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release. • Operating Temperature

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501). 130x199 115x185x45 130x199x33 54 07 12Vdc 90 -15º to 55ºC

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CENTRALISED

Proximity and Keypad

Wiegand26-Data/Clock Proximity + MDS/CAC Keypad Cityline Ref. 6995 • Double technology access control reader: proximity and keypad. • Integrated within the Cityline aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8854, including box) or surface installation (ref.7064, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and operation. • Operates independently or as a system for greater security. • Independent Operation: - Proximity: allows the door to be opened when a card is swiped or keyring is used.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Independent Operation: - Proximity: swipe the proximity card or keyring. - Keypad: user code (up to 6 digits): «CODE+B»

- Keypad: allows the door to be opened when a pre-programmed 4 to 6 digit code is entered. • System operation for greater security: card + PIN code (4 digits only). • Proximity reader which uses its incorporated dipswitch configuration (SW2) to allow it to function as a stand-alone or centralised system.

• System operation for greater security: - Card+PIN code: swipe the proximity card or keyring+4 digit PIN code: «CARD+CODE (4 digits)+B». • Does not require physical reader-card contact.

Configuration as a CENTRALISED system with Wiegand26-Data Clock protocol: • Capacity of up to (based on chosen operating mode): - 1.020 cards/keyrings/codes/card+PIN codes with the

5cm (card) or 1.5cm (keyring) reading distance.

MDS central unit (ref.2405).

• Acoustic and visual status data.

- 2.048 cards/keyrings/codes/card+PIN codes with the

• The Wiegand Readers (WG-Data/Clock) allow greater anti-sabotage security given that all the devices are connected to the door controller and are therefore outside the range for interference. The door controller is installed in the interior area

CAC central unit (ref.4410). • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which advises if the card swiped has been accepted or rejected.

IDENTIFIERS

(secure area) and the reader in the exterior. • The reader can be used with other door controllers which use Wiegand 26 (WG-Data/Clock) protocols.

1

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

• Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller. • For more information see the door controller's Technical Features section.

PROGRAMMING Programming is done using the relevant PC software to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410).

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box (included) * Surface Box (optional) • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

INSTALLATION See “Installation 130x199 115x185x45 130x199x33 54 07 12Vdc 90 -15º to 55ºC

Diagram for readers with door controller (Wiegand 26-Data Clock).

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

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Proximity+Display

CAC Attendance reader Ref.6955

• Recommended for work schedule and access control monitoring in businesses, industries or offices. Includes proximity reader and display for viewing messages and clock-in date/times. Reader that lets you open the door with an approaching proximity card or keyring. Only authorized cards will trigger the device. No physical contact is necessary. The display shows the message. • Integrated in aluminium panel. • Flush-fit embedded (ref. 8854, including box) or surface mounted (ref. 7064, optional).

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Recommended for indoors and outdoors. • Reader and controller integrated in the same module.

• No physical reader-card contact required. Reading distance 5 cm (card) or 1.5 cm (key ring).

Configuration as a CENTRALISED CAC:

• Display shows visual information on actions.

• Capacity:

• Reader wiring:

- 2.048 user cards/key rings with CAC central unit (ref. 4410).

- From display module to Central Unit: 2 wires (power

• Display message confirmation of acceptance or rejection

supply) + shielded twisted pair (data). In an installation

of card presented.

with several readers they may be connected in cascade.

PROGRAMMING

INSTALLATION

Programming is done using the relevant PC software to the central unit installed (ref.4410).

Power Supply

IDENTIFIERS 2 1

2

3

2

C.U. (ref.4410)

Twisted Pair

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box (included) * Surface Box (optional) • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

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2

2

Reader

2

Reader

Up to 32 readers

Reader


CENTRALISED

Proximity and Keypad

Wiegand26-Data/Clock City Classic Proximity + Keypad Ref.4480 • Double technology access control reader: proximity and keypad. • Operates independently or as a system for greater security. • Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and operation. • Integrated within the City Classic aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8853, including box) or surface installation (ref.8953, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Independent Operation: - Proximity: allows the door to be opened when a card or proximity keyring is swiped.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Independent Operation:

- Keypad: allows the door to be opened when a pre-programmed 4 to 6 digit code is entered. • System operation for greater security:

- Proximity: swipe the proximity card or keyring.

card + PIN code (4 digits only).

- Keypad: user code (up to 6 digits): «CODE+B»

• Capacity of up to (based on chosen operating mode):

• System operation for greater security:

- 1.020 cards/keyrings/codes/card+PIN codes with

- Card+PIN code: swipe the proximity card or

MDS central unit (ref.2405).

keyring+a 4 digit PIN code:

- 2.048 cards/keyrings/codes/card+PIN codes with

«CARD+CODE (4 digits)+B».

CAC central unit (ref.4410).

• Does not require physical reader-card contact. 3 cm (card) or 1 cm (keyring) reading distance.

• Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which advises if the card swiped has been accepted or rejected.

• Acoustic and visual status data. • Wiegand readers (WG-Data/Clock) allow the system greater anti-vandalism security given that all the devices are connected to the door controller and are therefore

IDENTIFIERS

outside the range for interference. The door controller is installed in the interior area (secure area) and

1

the reader in the exterior.

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

• The reader can be used with other door controllers

2

3

which use Wiegand 26 (WG-Data/Clock) protocols. • Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller. • For more information see the door controller's Technical Features section.

PROGRAMMING Programming is done using the relevant PC software to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410).

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box (included) * Surface Box (optional) • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

INSTALLATION See “Installation 130x175 115x162x45 130x175x33 43 07 12Vdc 30 0º to 60ºC

Diagram for readers with door controller (Wiegand 26-Data Clock)”.

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

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Proximity and Keypad

Wiegand26-Data/Clock Loft Proximity+Keypad Ref.4550 • Double technology access control reader: proximity and keypad. • Operates independently or as a system for greater security. • Module finished in textured ABS plastic. • Surface installation. • Recommended for interior use. • Includes 50cm of wiring. • Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and operation. • Independent Operation: - Proximity: allows the door be opened when a card or proximity keyring is swiped.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

- Keypad: allows the door to be opened when a pre-programmed 4 to 6 digit code is entered.

• Independent Operation:

• System operation for greater security: card+PIN code

- Proximity: swipe the proximity card or proximity

(4 digits only).

keyring.

• Proximity reader with capacity for up to (according to

- Keypad: user code (up to 6 digits): «CODE+B»

operation selected):

• System operation for greater security:

- 1.020 cards/keyrings/codes/card+PIN code with

- Card+PIN code: swipe the proximity card or keyring +

MDS central unit (ref.2405).

4 digit PIN code: «CARD+CODE (4 digits)+B».

- 2.048 cards/keyrings/codes/card+PIN code with

• Does not require physical reader-card contact. 2cm (card) or 0.5cm (keyring) reading distance.

CAC central unit (ref.4410). • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs

• Acoustic and visual status data.

which advises if the card swiped has been accepted or

• The Wiegand Readers (WG-Data/Clock) allow greater

rejected.

anti-sabotage security given that all the devices are connected to the door controller and are therefore

IDENTIFIERS

outside the range for interference. The door controller is installed in the interior area (secure area) and the reader in the exterior. • The reader can be used with other door controllers which use Wiegand 26 (WG-Data/Clock) protocols.

1

2

3

1. Card without magnetic strip (ref.23361); 2. Card with magnetic strip (ref.2336); 3. Proximity keyring (ref.44501).

• Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller. • For more information see the door controller's Technical Features section.

PROGRAMMING Programming is done using the relevant PC software to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410).

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box * Surface Box • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

INSTALLATION See “Installation 60x130x23 Not required Not required 66 06 12Vdc 40 0º to 60ºC

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Diagram for readers with door controller (Wiegand 26-Data Clock)”.


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Fingerprint

Wiegand26-Data/Clock Cityline Fingerprint Ref.6959 • Biometric access fingerprint reader with capacitive sensor. Identifies the user by way of their fingerprint (unique, unrepeatable characteristic for each individual). With built-in proximity reader which works as follows: - Some people have fingerprints which do not have the necessary Built-in Proximity reader

information to authorize them in a biometric system. This applies to some 1% of the population. In these cases, use integrated Proximity. - Security mode: activates dual security, (Fingerprint+Card) for the

TECHNICAL FEATURES

same User.

• The Wiegand Readers (WG) allow greater antivandalism security given that the reader is not connected to the lock-release mechanism or the exit button. All devices are connected to the door controller and therefore are outside the range for interference. The door controller is installed in the interior area (secure area) and the reader in the exterior. • The reader can be used with other door controllers which use Wiegand 26 (WG) or Data/ Clock protocols.

• Integrated in Cityline aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.7061, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and operation. • Can function as stand-alone or centralized system (dipswitch configurable). Configuration as a CENTRALISED system with Wiegand26-Data/Clock protocol: • Capacity (number of users): - 1.020 users with MDS Central Unit (ref.2405).

• Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller. • For more information see the door controller's Technical Features section.

- 2.048 users with CAC Central Unit (ref.4410). Note: prints are authorized in the reader and then sent on to the Central Unit. • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs

INSTALLATION (BASIC)

which indicate if a fingerprint has been accepted or rejected. • Reading Method. You must swipe your fingerprint across the reader in a downwards movement (from top to bottom)

Pc

at a uniform speed and exerting slight pressure.

Power Supply

PC Connection Access (necessary) ref.24661

See “Centralized 2

Fingerprint Reader

PROGRAMMING

Installation Diagram".

Programming is done thanks to the software package which can

2

Twisted Pair

be downloaded from www.fermax.com. The fingerprint codes are system (central unit).

Reader

SPECIFICATIONS

2

Twisted Pair

024

provided by the PC application and should be set up on the control

C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410)

2

7

• Includes a software CD and infrared remote keypad.

Twisted Pair

7

024

Reader Up to 32 readers

7 024

Reader module

• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box (included) * Surface Box (optional) • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

130x128 115x114x45 115x128x33 43 07 12Vdc 118 -10º to 55ºC

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30708

2888

Normal w/sensor 29580

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Fingerprint

Wiegand26-Data/Clock W Skyline Fingerprint Ref.6989 • Biometric access fingerprint reader with capacitive sensor. Identifies the user by way of their fingerprint (unique, unrepeatable characteristic for each individual). With built-in proximity reader which works as follows: - Some people have fingerprints which do not have the necessary information to authorize them in a biometric system. This applies Built-in Proximity reader

to some 1% of the population. In these cases, use integrated Proximity. - Security mode: activates dual security, (Fingerprint+Card) for the

TECHNICAL FEATURES

same User. • Access control module to be integrated within Skyline

• The Wiegand Readers (WG)-Data/Clock allow greater

audio/video door entry system panels.

anti-vandalism security given that the reader is not

• Recommended for interior and exterior use.

connected to the lock-release mechanism or the exit

• Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and

button. All devices are connected to the door controller and therefore are outside the range for interference. The door controller is installed in the interior area

operation. • Can function as stand-alone or centralized system (dipswitch configurable).

(secure area) and the reader on the exterior.

Configuration as a CENTRALISED system with

• The reader can be used with other door controllers

Wiegand 26-Data Clock protocol:

which use Wiegand 26 (WG) or Data/Clock protocols.

• Capacity (number of users):

• Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller.

- 1.020 users with MDS Central Unit (ref.2405).

• For more information see the door controller's

- 2.048 users with CAC Central Unit (ref.4410).

Technical Features section.

Note: prints are authorized in the reader and then sent on to the Central Unit. • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which

INSTALLATION (BASIC)

indicate if a fingerprint has been accepted or rejected. See “Centralized

Pc

Fingerprint Reader

PC Connection Access (necessary) ref.24661

Power Supply

Installation Diagram".

2

Door lock recommended: References

2

Normal Reinforced

Twisted Pair

12Vdc C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410)

2 Twisted Pair

7

7

024

Reader Up to 32 readers

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• Includes a software CD and infrared remote keypad.

PROGRAMMING Programming is done thanks to the software package which can be downloaded from www.fermax.com. The fingerprint codes are

SPECIFICATIONS

024

Reader

top to bottom), at a constant speed and exerting light pressure.

system (central unit).

Twisted Pair

024

2888

the user should run their finger downwards along the reader (from

provided by the PC application and should be set up on the control

2

7

30708

Normal w/sensor 29580

• Reading Method. To ensure the fingerprint is read correctly,

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• Dimensions W: • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

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CENTRALISED

Fingerprint

Wiegand26-Data/Clock Marine Fingerprint Ref.5474 • Biometric access fingerprint reader with capacitive sensor. Identifies the user by way of their fingerprint (unique, unrepeatable characteristic for each individual). With built-in proximity reader which works as follows: - Some people have fingerprints which do not have the necessary information to authorize them in a biometric system. This applies to some 1% of the population. In these cases, use integrated Proximity. Built-in Proximity reader

- Security mode: activates dual security, (Fingerprint+Card) for the same User. • Integrated within a 2.5mm Marine stainless steel panel

TECHNICAL FEATURES

• Flush mounted (ref.4641, including box) or surface installation

• The Wiegand Readers (WG)-Data/Clock allow greater

(ref.4701, optional).

anti-vandalism security given that the reader is not

• Recommended for interior and exterior use.

connected to the lock-release mechanism or the exit

• Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and

button. All devices are connected to the door controller and therefore are outside the range for interference. The door controller is installed in the interior area

operation. • Can function as stand-alone or centralized system (dipswitch configurable).

(secure area) and the reader in the exterior.

Configuration as a CENTRALISED system with

• The reader can be used with other door controllers which use Wiegand 26 (WG) or Data/Clock protocols.

Wiegand26-Data/Clock protocol: • Capacity (number of users):

• Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller.

- 1.020 users with MDS Central Unit (ref.2405).

• For more information see the door controller’s

- 2.048 users with CAC Central Unit (ref.4410).

Technical Features section.

Note: prints are authorized in the reader and then sent on to the Central Unit. • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which

INSTALLATION (BASIC) Pc

See “Centralized

indicate if a fingerprint has been accepted or rejected.

Fingerprint Reader

• Reading Method. To ensure the fingerprint is read correctly, the

Installation Diagram".

user should run their finger downwards along the reader (from top to bottom), at a constant speed and exerting light pressure.

Power Supply PC Connection Access (necessary) ref.24661

Door lock recommended: References 2

Normal Reinforced 12Vdc

30708

2

2888

Normal w/sensor 29580

• Includes a software CD and infrared remote keypad.

PROGRAMMING Programming is done thanks to the software package which can

Twisted Pair

be downloaded from www.fermax.com. The fingerprint codes are system (central unit). 2 Twisted Pair

7

provided by the PC application and should be set up on the control

C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410)

SPECIFICATIONS

2 Twisted Pair

7

7 024

024

Reader

024

Reader Up to 32 readers

Reader module

• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box (included) * Surface Box (optional) • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

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Fingerprint

Cityline Keypad + Wiegand26-Data/Clock Fingerprint Ref.6996 There are a number of people whose fingerprints do not not have the necessary information to be set up on a biometric system. This applies to 1% of the population. In these cases, the use of an alternative technology such as Fingerprint and Keypad combined is recommended. • Biometric fingerprint access reader with capacitive sensor. Identifies the user by way of their fingerprint (unique, unrepeatable characteristic for each individual). Built-in proximity reader. Reader also includes a keypad.

Built-in Proximity reader

Functions as follows: - For cases where fingerprints cannot be authorized, use

TECHNICAL FEATURES

integrated Proximity or Keypad.

• The Wiegand Readers (WG)/Data-Clock allow greater

- Security mode: The reader includes a keypad for dual

anti-vandalism security given that the reader is not

security function: Fingerprint+Code, for the same User.

connected to the lock-release mechanism or the exit

• Integrated within the Cityline aluminum panel.

button. All devices are connected to the door controller

• Flush mounted (ref.8855) or surface installation

and therefore are outside the range for interference. The door controller is installed in the interior area (secure area) and the reader on the exterior. • The reader can be used with other door controllers which use Wiegand 26 (WG) or Data/Clock protocols.

(ref.7065, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and operation. • Can run as stand-alone or centralized system (dipswitch configurable).

• Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller. • For more information see the door controller's Technical

Configuration as a CENTRALISED system with

Features section.

Wiegand26-Data Clock protocol:

PROGRAMMING

• Capacity (number of users):

Programming is done thanks to the software package which can be downloaded from www.fermax.com. The fingerprint codes are provided by the PC application and should by set up on the control system (central unit).

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box (included) * Surface Box (optional) • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (ma) S/lock-release * Fingerprint * Keypad • Operating Temperature

INSTALLATION See “ Double 130x246 115x233x45 130x246x33 43 07 12Vdc

Technology Reader Installation Diagram".

- 1.020 users with MDS Central Unit (ref.2405). - 2.048 users with CAC Central Unit (ref.4410). Note: prints are authorized in the reader and then sent on to the Central Unit. • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs which indicate if a fingerprint has been accepted or rejected. • Reading Method. To ensure the fingerprint is read correctly, the user should run their finger downwards along the reader (from top to bottom), at a constant speed and exerting light pressure. • Includes a software CD and infrared remote keypad. KEYPAD The identifier is not material since it is memorized by the user.

118 40/110 -10º to 55ºC

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Bluetooth

Wiegand 26-Data/Clock Cityline Bluetooth Ref.6993 • The access control reader uses telephones with Bluetooth technology where the mobile phone identifies the user. • Integrated within the Cityline aluminum panel. • Flush mounted (ref.8948, including box) or surface installation (ref.7061, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and operation.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • The system can work in various modes: - Request PIN: When the receiver detects a telephone it requests the PIN (4 digit code configured by the administrator).

• Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system. Configurable by way of dipswitches (SW1). Configuration as a CENTRALISED system with Wiegand26 protocol or Data/Clock. Capacity: - 1.020 mobile telephones with the MDS C.U.(ref.2405).

- Request Confirmation: When the receiver detects a telephone, it requests a confirmation to open the door. The user should use key 1 and accept to open the door.

- 2.048 mobile telephones with the CAC C.U. (ref.4410). • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs indicating if a mobile phone has been accepted or rejected.

- Automatic Mode (Without PIN): The door opens when

• Configurable reading range: 2m, 9m or up to 20m.

it detects an authorised phone.

• Configurable Repetition Time (point in time at which the reader

• Acoustic and visual status data. • The Wiegand readers (WG) or Data/Clock allow greater

will re-activate the relay for the telephone detected).

anti-sabotage security given that all the devices are

PROGRAMMING

connected to the door controller and are therefore outside

Programming is by way of the «FermaxPC» software package

the range for interference. The door controller is installed

which can be downloaded from www.fermax.com.

on the interior area (secure area) and the reader in the

The wiegand-data/clock mobile phone codes are provided

exterior.

by the PC application and should be registered in the control

• The reader can be used with other door controllers which use Wiegand 26 (WG) or Data/Clock protocols. • Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller.

system (Central Unit).

INSTALLATION

• For more information see the door controller's Technical Features section. Power Supply

Door lock recommended: References

2

SPECIFICATIONS

Normal Reinforced 12Vdc

130x128 115x114x45 130x128x33 54 07 12Vdc 50 -15º to 55ºC

Twisted Pair

• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box (included) * Surface Box (optional) • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

2

7

30708

2888

Normal w/sensor 29580

C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410)

2

2 7

2 7

Door controller. (ref.4420)

7

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

Reader

Reader module

Reader

Mini Bluetooth module

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Bluetooth

Wiegand 26-Data/Clock V Skyline Bluetooth Ref.7441 • The access control reader uses telephones with Bluetooth technology where the mobile telephone identifies the user. • Access control module to be integrated within Skyline audio/video door entry system panels. • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and operation. • Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

Configurable by way of dipswitches (SW1). Configuration as a CENTRALISED system with Wiegand26

• The system can work in various modes: - Request PIN: When the receiver detects a telephone it requests the PIN (4 digit code configured by the administrator).

protocol or Data/Clock. Capacity: - 1.020 mobile telephones with MDS C.U. (ref.2405). - 2.048 mobile telephones with the CAC C.U. (ref.4410). • Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs

- Request Confirmation: When the receiver detects

indicating if a mobile phone has been accepted or rejected.

a telephone, it requests a confirmation to open the

• Configurable reading range: 2m, 9m or up to 20m.

door. The user should use key 1 and accept to open

• Configurable Repetition Time (point in time at which the reader

the door.

will re-activate the relay for the telephone detected).

- Automatic Mode (Without PIN): The door opens when it detects the presence of an authorised phone. • Acoustic and visual status data. • The Wiegand readers (WG) or Data/Clock allow greater anti-sabotage security given that all the devices are connected to the door controller and are therefore outside the range for interference. The door controller is installed in the interior area (secure area) and the reader in the exterior. • The reader can be used with other door controllers which

PROGRAMMING Programming is done thanks to the «FermaxPC» software package which can be downloaded from www.fermax.com. The telephone codes in wiegand and data/clock format are provided by the PC application and must be registered in the control system (Central Unit).

INSTALLATION

use Wiegand26 (WG) or Data/Clock protocols.

Door lock recommended: References

• Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller. • For more information see door controller's Technical

Normal Reinforced

Power Supply

Features section.

2

2

105.2x95 54 07 12Vdc 50 -15º to 55ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

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Reader

2888

Door controller (ref.4420)

2 7

30708

C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410) Twisted Pair

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

12Vdc

2

2 7

Reader module

7

Reader

7

Mini Bluetooth Module

Normal w/sensor 29580


CENTRALISED

Bluetooth

Wiegand 26-Data/Clock

Marine Bluetooth Ref.5473 • The access control reader which uses telephones with Bluetooth technology where the mobile telephone identifies the user. • Integrated within a 2.5mm stainless steel Marine panel. • Flush mounted (ref.4641, box included) or surface installation (ref.4701, optional). • Recommended for interior and exterior use. • Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection and operation. • Can operate as an stand-alone or centralised system.

TECHNICAL FEATURES

Configurable by way of dip switches (SW1).

• The system can work in various modes:

Configuration as a CENTRALISED system with Wiegand26

- Request PIN: When the receiver detects a telephone

protocol or Data/Clock Capacity:

it requests the PIN (4 digit code configured by the

- 1.020 mobile telephones MDS C.U (ref.2405).

administrator).

- 2.048 mobile telephones with the CAC C.U (ref.4410).

- Request Confirmation: When the receiver detects a telephone, it requests a confirmation to open the door.

• Acoustic and visual confirmation using status LEDs indicating if the mobile phone has been accepted or rejected.

The user should use key 1 and accept to open the

• Configurable reading range: 2m, 9m or up to 20m.

door.

• Configurable Repetition Time (point in time at which the reader

- Automatic Mode (Without PIN): The door opens

will re-activate the relay for the telephone detected).

when it detects an authorised phone. • Acoustic and visual status data.

PROGRAMMING

• The Wiegand readers (WG) or Data/Clock allow greater

Programming is done thanks to the «FermaxPC» software

anti-sabotage security given that all the devices are

package which can be downloaded from www.fermax.com. The

connected to the door controller and are therefore

telephone codes in wiegand and data/clock format are provided

outside the range for interference. The door controller is

by the PC application and must be registered in the control

installed in the interior area (secure area) and the reader

system (Central Unit).

in the exterior. • The reader can be used with other door controllers

INSTALLATION

Door lock recommended: References

which use Wiegand 26 (WG) or Data/Clock protocols.

Normal Reinforced

• Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller.

12Vdc

• For more information see the door controller's Technical

Power Supply

Features section.

30708

2888

Normal w/sensor 29580

2

2

SPECIFICATIONS 150x180 130x160x55 130x184x55 54 09 12Vdc 50 -15º to 55ºC

C.U. (ref.2405 or ref.4410)

Twisted Pair

• Dimensions: * Reader * Flush Mounted Box (included) * Surface Box (optional) • Environmental Protection (IP) • Anti-Shock Protection (IK) • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

Door controller (ref.4420) 2

7

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

Reader

2 7

Reader module

2 7

Reader

7

Mini Bluetooth module

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Bluetooth

Wiegand 26-Data/Clock

Mini Bluetooth Ref.4479 • Access control reader which uses telephones with Bluetooth technology where the mobile phone identifies the user. • Reduced size module to store circuit boxes or in audio/video door entry system Skyline flush mounted boxes. • Can operate as a stand-alone or centralised system. Configurable by way of dip switches (SW1).

TECHNICAL FEATURES

Configuration as a CENTRALISED system with

• The system can work in various modes:

- 1.020 mobile telephones with MDS C.U. (ref.2405).

Wiegand26 protocol or Data/Clock. Capacity: - Request PIN: When the receiver detects

- 2.048 mobile telephones with CAC C.U. (ref.4410).

a telephone it requests the PIN (4 digit code

• Requires a door controller (ref.4420) for its connection

configured by the administrator).

and operation.

- Request Confirmation: When the receiver

• Configurable reading range: 2m, 9m or up to 20m.

detects a telephone, it requests a confirmation

• Configurable Repetition Time (point in time at which the reader will re-activate the relay for the telephone detected).

to open the door. The user should use key 1 and accept to open the door. - Automatic Mode (Without PIN): The door opens when it detects an authorised phone. • Acoustic and visual status data. • The Wiegand readers (WG) or Data/Clock allow greater anti-sabotage security given that all the devices are connected to the door controller and are therefore outside the range for interference.

PROGRAMMING Programming is done thanks to the «FermaxPC» software package which can be downloaded from www.fermax.com. The codes of phones in Wiegand and data/clock format are provided by the PC application and should be set up on the control system (Central Unit).

The door controller is installed in the interior area (secure area) and the reader in the exterior. • The reader can be used with other door controllers

INSTALLATION

Door lock recommended: References

which use Wiegand 26 (WG) protocols or Data/ Clock.

Normal Reinforced

• Wiring: 7 wires to the door controller.

Power Supply

• For more information, see the door controller's 2

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

74

Door controller (ref.4420)

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Reader

2

2

2 86x60 12V (dc) 50 -15º to 55ºC

2888

C.U. (ref.2405 ref.4410)

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: • Power Supply (V) • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

30708

2

Twisted Pair

Technical Features section.

12Vdc

7

Reader module

7

Reader

7

Mini Bluetooth module

Normal w/sensor 29580


CENTRALISED

Radio Frequency

MDS/CAC RF Receiver Ref.1065 • 433.92 MHz mono channel receiver. • Digital technology. • RF receiver with capacity for up to: - 1.020 codes with MDS central unit (ref.2405). - 2.048 codes with CAC central unit (ref.4410). • Allows the door to be opened when a code is received from the digital emitter (ref.24651) or dual emitter (ref.25511), pre-programmed. • Assembled in an ABS air tight box (IP65). • Recommended for interior and exterior use.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Lock-release button input, door sensor input and lockrelease relay. • Reader-Central Unit Wiring: 2 wires (power supply) + shielded twisted pair (data). On a system with various readers these can be connected in cascade. • Includes a dipswitch for configuration: - Door Number: the access/door number (0..31). - Remote Control Button (button 1 or button 2). • Lock-Release Opening: opening time (seconds) - On MDS via dip switch.

• Reader and controller integrated within the same module.

INSTALLATION Their location will be dependent on their range: • To be installed in a vertical position so that the rigid antenna remains on top of the receptor. Includes a 25cm rigid receiver. • Don't install it close to electrical wires or metallic objects which will effect their range and make it more difficult for them to operate.

- On CAC software configuration. • The lock-release can be connected directly to the

Power Supply

reader and for maximum security systems use relay

2

decoders. 2

COMPATIBLE WITH:

C.U. (ref.2440 or ref.2405)

Digital emitters (ref.24651) or duals (ref.25511). Twisted Pair

PROGRAMMING Programming is done using the relevant PC software

2

to the central unit installed (ref.2405 or ref.4410). Receiver ref.1065

SPECIFICATIONS • Dimensions: • Environmental Protection (IP) • Receiving frequency: • Sensitivity: • Power Supply ( V ). • Consumption (mA) S/lock-release • Operating Temperature

90x165x55. 65 433.92Mhz 3 mV. 12Vdc 200 -10ºC to 60ºC

Dimensions: (horizontal)x(vertical)x(depth) mm

RF emitter ref.24651 or ref.25511

Twisted Pair

2

Reader

Twisted Pair

Reader

Up to 32 readers

See “Installation Diagram for readers with integrated controller (MDS/CAC)”.

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CENTRALISED

Radio Frequency

Digital RF Emitter Ref.24651

• 433.92 MHz radio frequency emitter. • Digital Technology. • Innovative and very robust design. • Dual channel emitter which can activate two relays. • Secure, unique code which is non-configurable and corresponds to the emitter series. • The emitters must be activated/deactivated on the receivers.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • Code which is unique and exclusive to the emitter. • Includes a 12Vdc battery. • Distance: 30m. • Frequency: 433.92 MHz. • Consumption when transmitting: 10mA. • Standby consumption: 0.1mA. • Dimensions: 53x36x13mm.

COMPATIBLE WITH: MDS/CAC receiver (ref.1065).

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Radio Frequency

Dual RF Emitter Ref.25511

• 433.92 MHz radio frequency emitter. • Digital Technology. • Innovative and very robust design. • Dual-channel emitter which can activate two relays. • Secure, unique code which is non-configurable and corresponds to the emitter series. • The emitters must be activated/deactivated on the receivers. • Internally integrates the proximity card's electronics. Therefore can be used as a dual channel emitter or alternative identifier for proximity cards or proximity keyrings.

TECHNICAL FEATURES • In addition to RF functions, it incorporates a proximity card for use with the proximity reader. • Includes a 12Vdc battery. • Range: 30m. • Proximity reader distance: 0.5cm. • Frequency: 433.92 MHz. • Consumption when transmitting: 10mA. • Standby consumption: 0.1mA. • Dimensions: 53x36x13mm.

COMPATIBLE WITH: MDS/CAC receiver (ref.1065).

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CENTRALISED

INSTALLATION DIAGRAM FOR READERS WITH INTEGRATED CONTROLLER (MDS/CAC)

PC INTERFACE

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BATTERY

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INSTALLATION DIAGRAM FOR READERS WITH DOOR CONTROLLER (WIEGAND 26-DATA CLOCK)

PC INTERFACE

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BATTERY

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CENTRALISED

CENTRALISED FINGERPRINT READER INSTALLATION DIAGRAM

PC INTERFACE PC INTERFACE

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BATTERY

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CENTRALISED

DOUBLE TECHNOLOGY READER INSTALLATION DIAGRAM

PC INTERFACE

PC INTERFACE

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BATTERY

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ACCESSORIES

Lock-Release This is the device which allows you to temporarily unlock the door in secure conditions: either if an identifier is accepted or if the door is opened from inside using the exit button. The various models are detailed below:

ELECTRICAL

MAGNETIC

• DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF PROTECTION AGAINST FAULTS IN THE POWER SUPPLY: - Normal Operation (fail secure). The door unblocks when the lock-release is powered up. One of the benefits is

that when there is a power cut the door does not unlock automatically. The lock-release's relay NO (normally open) terminal

is connected. - Inverted Operation (fail safe). The door remains locked when the lock-release is powered up.

To unlock the power supply must be disconnected. When there is a power cut the door does not unlock automatically (fire systems). • DISTINGUISHED BASED ON THE TYPE OF SYSTEM: - Electric Lock-Release: Recommended for systems where you want to combine a traditional lock which is

installed normally in the door frame. When the latch is activated it can be opened. - Electromagnetic Lock-Release: Usually installed when there are fire safety requirements: doors that open onto the building

exterior, power cut during fire alarm to facilitate evacuation. These are inverted types.

An iron plate is inserted on the door and an electromagnetic in the frame such that when the door is closed they are aligned. The door remains closed as long as the electro-magnet attracts the plate. Depending on the strength of the magnet it may

be able to resist pushing and pulling from individuals trying to open the door. Normally the force is measured in Kg. It can be assembled on the wall in special grids. • DISTINGUISHED BASED ON THE TYPE OF POWER SUPPLY: - Continuous Current Power Supply. They are unique because they are silent. Lock-releases with inverted operation should

be of this type. - Alternating Current Power Supply. These are noisy compared to the continuous version. They usually consume more

and operate better in doors subject to some form or pressure: wind, contact with bolts, etc. • OTHERS:

F F F

-40 to +120 -40 to +120 -40 to +120 -40 to +120

F F F F

-40 to +120

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21x75x28

-40 to +120 -40 to +120 -40 to +120

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400

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- Reinforced models recommended in heavy doors and frequent traffic. El M ect ag ri ne c o tic r

- There are lock-release models with an integrated door sensor to detect if the door is left open accidentally.

es

-40 to +120 -40 to +120 2880

E 800Kg

N

12Vac

980

21x75x28

-40 to +120

F

2888

E 800Kg

N

12Vdc

400

21x75x28

-40 to +120

F

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Power Supplies When selecting the appropriate power supply you must keep in mind the consumption of all system elements, in particular the lockrelease. It is recommended that you use a magnetic-thermal switch which is not shared with any other piece of equipment to avoid disconnection of the power supply as a result of overload. It is recommended that an emergency power supply (battery) is used to avoid door blocking/unblocking where there is a power cut. In centralised systems with large distances, it will be necessary to install additional power supplies at the access in order to avoid voltage drops in the wiring.

REF. 4800 POWER SUPPLY 12VAC/1.5A Recommended for stand-alone readers when an alternating lock-release is to be used. DIN4.

Ref.4800

REF. 8791 EMERGENCY POWER SUPPLY 12VAC/1.5A Incorporates a Ni-CD 750mA battery. In emergency situations it provides a 12Vdc power supply. The power supply is responsible for maintaining the battery fully charged. DIN10

REF. 4813 POWER SUPPLY 12VAC/2A

Ref.8791

General power supply for Centralised system. DIN6

REF. 2060 BATTERY ADAPTOR 12V Installed between the 12Vdc power supply and the system. Has a connection for an external Lead-acid battery. If the voltage falls below 11Vdc the battery automatically connects.

Ref.4813

REF. 2070 BATTERY 12V/2.2A Lead-acid battery for small systems with no maintenance or for a single access power supply.

REF. 2337 BATTERY 12V/7A

Ref.2060

Lead-acid battery for large systems with no maintenance.

REF. 5918 PANEL BUS CABLE 4x1mm2 wires + 1 shielded twisted pair 2x0.5mm2 Ref.5918

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Door Sensor / Relay REF. 1076 MAGNETIC CONTACT Surface system between door and door frame. Connected to the controller's door sensor input. REF. 3491 DIN RELAY 12Vdc/12A Makes it possible to activate a device up to 12A.

Power Disconnector REF. 4475 ENERGY DISCONNECTOR Allows the electrical current to be disconnected from the devices in a room when the user is not in it. To disconnect the user must enter their proximity card in the disconnector (only works with proximity cards). The card must be removed from the disconnector once the user leaves the room. He will have 10 courtesy seconds with the light on to leave the room. It is designed to be used additional to stand-alone or centralised proximity readers as it uses the same cards. The user is obliged to remove the card from the disconnector to be able to re-open the door to the room. Flush mounted installation using 60x70mm boxes. 230V Operation. Circuit Power: 6,000W. Proximity Technology: EM, TEMIC, RF256 and TK cards.

Proximity readers desktop 230Vac REF. 2349 DESKTOP PROXIMITY READER 3

Allows in MDS system to activate proximity identifiers easily and rapidly in the PC using the management software.

RS-232

PC Connection: RS-232. Cable included. 230Vac power supply using adaptor (included).

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ref.2349


ACCESSORIES

PC management modules for centralised systems Configuration of the system's operating mode, activation and deactivation of users and restrictions put in place should be done on the PC and communicated to the Central Unit to allow these to work autonomously. The information generated by the system (events) should be communicated to the PC in real time. To establish these connections you must connect the PC to the Central Unit. This connection can be done locally or remotely using one of the following devices:

REF. 2338 RS-232 TO RS-485 ADAPTOR • Connection between the PC and the Central Unit

230Vac 2 Cable included

Central Unit

(or Central Unit Network).

RS-232

• The modem can also be connected to the Central Unit for remote control. • PC Connection: RS-232 max. 30m (3 metre cable included).

Pc

Twisted Pair Maximum distance: 1.200m

• Central Unit Connection: RS-485 (twisted pair). Max. 1,200m. • DIN6 Format (surface assembly and DIN rail). 230 Vac power supply. REF. 2466 RS-232 TO RS-485 ADAPTOR • Address and decoder parameter programming

Ref.2466

Central Unit

Cable included

from the PC. • System maintenance for systems without a permanently connected computer.

RS-232

RS-485 Cable included (1m)

Pc

• Includes an RS-232 cable with DB-9 connector for PC connection.

REF. 24661 USB TO RS-485 ADAPTOR

Central Unit

• Connection between the PC (USB) and the central unit. • Direct power supply from the USB. • Includes a driver.

Ref.24661

RS-485

USB

Twisted Pair

Pc REF. 1087 IP ADAPTOR • Communication between management PC and the installation using IT network (Ethernet), avoiding additional wiring. • Connection to central unit by programmer (ref. 2466). • An IP address must be configured to connect to the network

Central Unit

Ref.2466 3

using the software included. • Remote management via Internet if the protection devices

Ref.1087

2

RS-232

RJ-45

IP

RJ-45

(Firewall) in the IT installation allow it (specialized personnel required to configure router for Internet access).

Pc Twisted Pair

• Power supply 230Vac by adaptor included. • Ethernet connection RJ45.

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Technical and Automation Alarms SENSORS - TECHNICAL ALARM DETECTION Different sensors can be connected to the system (up to 1.000 per Central Unit) to carry out automated activities based on the source of the detection. The sensors should be potential 2429 8-SENSOR DECODER

free contact such as for example: button switches, magnetic contacts, volumetric detectors, photoelectric devices, etc. These sensors are managed using the "SENSOR DECODER”, which has capacity for 8 inputs and is connected to the Central Unit via the decoder bus from which it is powered up. The NA or NC operation mode should be configured in addition to the type of trigger (instantaneous or delayed up to 127 minutes). For each group (100 sensors) the actions to be taken are detailed

Activate Lock-Release

below: • Communicate the incident to the guard unit (control/security unit). • Activate one or various relays (ref.2430) (always the same or if in sensor function it may be different). • Convert the relay status. • Monitor the incident on the control computer. • Activate the lock-release from a particular door. • Ensure the action is mirrored by the activation of another sensor (double signal to avoid false triggers).

Entrance Hall Lighting The sensors can be enabled and disabled during a certain timeframe using the schedule planner or from the access control readers, when the user presents the id badge associated with a particular sensor. The most frequent sensor applications are the following: • Technical Alarms. Alarm messages on the control PC. Fault power cut, water leak, intruder, etc ..... • Setup of button panels for device activation Device Timing: vehicle barriers, door opening, entrance hall Vehicle Barriers

lighting, etc. • Door Locking based on the status of other doors.

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RELAYS - AUTOMATION Up to 1.000 relays can be connected to the same decoder bus to activate different devices in response to the activation of sensors or to activate them independently. The relays are managed using a relay decoder which has 8x2 ampere relays with NA and NC outputs. The relay decoder connects to the decoder bus from which it obtains its REF.2430 8-RELAY DECODER

power supply. The timing and the initial status (active or standby) is configured for each output (1 to 255 seconds or indefinite). There are many ways to activate the relays: • Schedule Planner: activates and deactivates the relays based on the weekly schedule established (up to 32 daily plans). • From access control readers. Each user has an identifier associated to a relay such that when they swipe it, it activates the lock-release and switches the status on the associated relay.

Schedule Planner:

• From the central console. Any relay can be activated or deactivated, entering its number and the required status (active/ standby). • On activating a sensor or combination of sensors. • On reaching an area's maximum capacity. • While somebody is in the area. • Using combined proximity and keypad readers connected to a PC. The typical applications are: • Automatic Connection and Disconnection of Devices: heating, refrigeration, illumination, etc... • Connection and disconnection of alarms.

connection/disconnection of heating systems

water leakage alarm .

• Activation of sirens and warning lights.

Specifications Programming of sensor decoders and relays is done using the decoder programmer (ref.2466).

SENSOR DECODERS

alarm connection triggered by an intruder

• Dimensions (HxVxPmm): • Nº devices • Maximum capacity/central: • Activation type: • Prog. detection/activation • Detection/activation • Power supply • Consumption (mA) min/max • Operating Temperature

RELAY DECODERS

175X90X37 8 inputs

175X90X37 8 outputs 1.000

Potential free contact 26 sec. 1 sec./127min.

2 A NC/NA 1 sec. 1 ..255 sec./indefinite 12Vdc

10 -10ºC to +60ºC

7/170 -10ºC to +60ºC

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INDEX OF REFERENCES REF.

DESCRIPTION

PAG.

1065

MDS/CAC RF RECEIVER

75

1076

MAGNETIC CONTACT

90

1087

IP ADAPTOR

91

2060

BATTERY ADAPTOR 12V

89

2070

BATTERY 12V/2,2A

89

2306

PROGRAMMING KEYPAD PRIVATE

19

2336

PROXIMITY CARD WITH MAGNETIC STRIP

19,61

REF.

DESCRIPTION

PAG.

6959

- CITYLINE FINGERPRINT READER - WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK CITYLINE FINGERPRINT READER

20 67

6989

- W SKYLINE FINGERPRINT READER - WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK W SKYLINE FINGERPRINT READER

21 68

6991

CITYLINE MEMOKEY

08

6992

- CITYLINE PRIVATE READER - MDS/CAC CITYLINE PROXIMITY READER - WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK CITYLINE PROXIMITY READER

14 52 53

6993

- CITYLINE BLUETOOTH READER - WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK CITYLINE BLUETOOTH READER

24 71

2337

BATTERY 12V/7A

89

2338

RS-232 TO RS-485 ADAPTOR

91

2347

CITY CLASSIC PRIVATE READER

16

2349

DESKTOP PROXIMITY READER

90

2405

MDS CENTRAL UNIT

45

6994

MDS/CAC CITYLINE KEYPAD READER

48

6995

- MDS/CAC CITYLINE PROXIMITY+KEYPAD READER - WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK PROXIMITY+ MDS/CAC KEYPAD CITYLINE READER

62 63

6996

- CITYLINE KEYPAD+FINGERPRINT READER - CITYLINE KEYPAD+WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK FINGERPRINT READER

23 70

7438

W SKYLINE MEMOKEY

09

7440

- V SKYLINE PRIVATE READER - MDS/CAC V SKYLINE PROXIMITY READER - WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK V SKYLINE PROXIMITY R.

15 54 55

7441

- V SKYLINE BLUETOOTH READER - WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK V SKYLINE BLUETOOTH R.

25 72

7453

MDS/CAC W SKYLINE KEYPAD

49

2466

RS-232 TO RS-485 ADAPTOR

91

2880

DOOR LOCK RELEASE 800KG

88

2888

DOOR LOCK RELEASE 800KG

88

2953

DOOR LOCK RELEASE 12Vac

88

2958

DOOR LOCK RELEASE 12Vdc

88

2967

DOOR LOCK RELEASE 12Vdc

88

3050

FLUSH-MOUNTED DOOR LOCK RELEASE 300KG

88

3051

MAGNETIC DOOR LOCK RELEASE 500KG

88

3052

SURFACE DOOR LOCK RELEASE 300KG

88

3071

DOOR LOCK RELEASE MOD.450N-S

88

3491

DIN RELAY 12Vdc/12A

90

3610

CITY CLASSIC MEMOKEY

10

3620

CITY CLASSIC CR MEMOKEY

11

3621

CITY CLASSIC CR MEMOKEY CONTROLLER

11

3625

PROGRAMMING KIT PC LOFT

19

4410

CAC CENTRAL UNIT

40

4420

DOOR CONTROLLER

47

4475

ENERGY DISCONECTOR

90

4479

- MINI BLUETOOTH READER - WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK MINI BLUETOOTH READER

27 74

4480

WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK CITY CLASSIC PROXIMITY +KEYPAD READER

65

4490

WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK CITY CLASSIC PROXIMITY READER

57

4530

LOFT PRIVATE READER

18

4540

LOFT MEMOKEY

13

4550

WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK LOFT PROXIMITY+KEYPAD READER

66

4560

WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK LOFT PROXIMITY READER

60

4696

MDS/CAC MARINE KEYPAD

51

4699

MARINE MEMOKEY

12

4800

POWER SUPPLY 12VAC/1,5A. DIN4

89

4813

POWER SUPPLY 12VDC/2A. DIN6

89

5472

- MARINE PRIVATE READER - MDS/CAC MARINE PROXIMITY READER - WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK MARINE PROXIMITY READER

17 58

5473

- MARINE BLUETOOTH READER - WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK MARINE BLUETOOTH READER

26 73

5474

- MARINE FINGERPRINT READER - WIEGAND26-DATA/CLOCK MARINE FINGERPRINT READER

22 69

59

5918

PANEL BUS CABLE

89

6955

CAC ATTENDANCE READER

64

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MONO-CHANNEL RECEIVER

30

7903

DIN RAIL RECEIVER

31

7952

GARAGE RECEIVER

29

7960

VILLA RECEIVER

33

8791

EMERGENCY POWER SUPPLY 12VAC/1,5A. DIN10

89

23291

MDS/CAC CITY CLASSIC KEYPAD

50

23351

MDS/CAC CITY CLASSIC PROXIMITY READER

56

23361

PROXIMITY CARD WITHOUT MAGNETIC STRIP

19,61 32,76

24651

DIGITAL RF EMITTER

24661

USB TO RS-485 ADAPTOR

25511

DUAL RF EMITTER

29580

DOOR LOCK RELEASE 12Vdc

91 34,77 88

29670

DOOR LOCK RELEASE 12Vdc

88

30708

DOOR LOCK RELEASE 12Vdc

88

44501

PROXIMITY KEYRING

79561

TRINARY RF DUAL CHANNEL EMITTER

19,61 28


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DESIGN Fermax Electr贸nica S.A.U. ACCESS CONTROL 1st Edition. January 2012


Audio and Video Door Entry Systems

PU00092

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