A3 Vandal Resistant - Getting Started Guide

A3 Vandal Resistant - Getting Started Guide

ABOUT

The A3 Vandal Resist Door Controller with RFID is a compact, standalone programmable access control system that provides proximity access for up to 600 users.


SPECIFICATIONS

ADV   Advanced Features
Guides, programming instructions and wiring diagrams for the A3 Vandal Resist advanced features can be found at: www.codelockssupport.com

Clients

Compatible With             13.56MHz MIFARE® (ISO14443 Type A) & 125KHz
Client IDs                         598 Standard Clients: (Code and/or Card) 2 Panic Clients
Operation                        Voltage 12-28V DC
Idle Current                     65mA
Working Current             100mA
Max. Output Load           2A
Relay Output Time          1-99s (5s default)
Inputs/Outputs                Relay, Push-to-Exit, Alarm, Door Contact, Wiegand Input, Wiegand Output
Wiegand Input/Output:   26-37 bits (26 bits default)
                                         PIN Output: 4 bits, 8 bits (ASCII), 10 Digits
                                         Virtual Number (4 bits default)
Read Range                    60mm (23/8”)
Environment Rating        IP66
Temperature                   -40°C ~ 60°C (-40°F ~ 140°F)
Humidity                         10%RH ~ 98%RH


INSTALLATION

BOX CONTENTS

Description 
Quantity
A3 Vandal Resist Standalone Door Controller
1
Master Programming Cards
    Master Add Card (1)
    Master Delete Card (1)
2
Allen Key
1
Self-Tapping Screws
2
Wall Plugs 1
2
1N4004 Diode
1

1  Use appropriate fixings for your application. Wall plugs supplied may not be suitable for all applications.


INSTALL

1. Remove back cover from the unit by removing the bottom screws
2. Drill two fixing holes1 and a cable passage hole
3. Fix back cover to the wall
4. Thread cable through back cover into cable passage hole
5. Reattach unit to the back cover






















WIRING

Colour 
Function
Notes
Red 
AC/DC
12-28V AC/DC Regulated Power Supply
Grey & Black
AC/DC
12-28V AC/DC Regulated Power Supply
Black
GND 
Ground
Blue 
NO
Normally Open Relay Output
White & Black
COM
Common Connection for Relay Output
Green & Black
NC
Normally Closed Relay Output
Yellow 
OPEN
Request to Exit

Wiegand Wiring (Wiegand Reader or Controller)

Colour 
Function
Notes
Green
D0
Wiegand Input/Output Data 0
White
D1
Wiegand Input/Output Data 1

Advanced I/O Features

Colour
Function
Notes
Grey
Alarm Output
Negative Contact for Alarm
Brown
Door Contact
Door Contact Input (NC)
Brown & Black
Doorbell A
Doorbell Contact
Yellow & Black
Doorbell B
Doorbell Contact

Note: Install a 1N4004 or equivalent diode when using a common power supply. See reverse for wiring diagram.


OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

When first powered, the unit will be in Standalone/Controller Mode; the unit acts as both controller and reader, and will allow both Card Clients and Code Clients to be programmed. The pre-registered
Master Programming Cards can be used to quickly add (and delete) new Card Clients. For further programming, the keypad can be used.

ADV Additional access modes are available.


GENERAL OPERATION

Unlock/Open Door
Present a valid Card Client to the unit or enter a valid Code Client followed by a #
Example: 5 7 4 2 #
The LED will turn green and a single beep will sound to indicate acceptance
Silence Alarm
Present a valid Code or Card Client, or enter the Master Code to silence the alarm
Exit Programming Mode
To exit Programming Mode at any time, press the * button until you see a solid red light.


CHANGE THE MASTER CODE

Note: The Master Code is 6 digits in length. Default Master Code is 123456.

Enter Programming Mode
Master Code #
Enter New Master Code 
0 New Master Code # New Master Code #
Exit Programming Mode
*


ADD CARD CLIENTS

New Card Clients can be added via the keypad or using the Master Add Card.

Enter Programming Mode
 * Master Code #
Add a Card Client
Unit will assign the Card Client to the next available ID.
1 Present Card
Multiple Card Clients may be added by presenting them consecutively before exiting Programming Mode.
OR

Add a Card Client to Specific ID
Unit will assign the Card Client to the specified ID (1-598).
1 Specific Client ID # Present Card
Exit Programming Mode
*

The Master Add Card can be used to add new Card Clients directly, without using the keypad. Using this method, the new Card Client will be assigned to the next available ID.

Add a Card Client via Master Add Card
1. Present Master Add Card
2. Present new Card Client (repeat as required)
3. Present Master Add Card to end


ADD CODE CLIENTS

New Code Clients can be added via the keypad.
Note: Code Clients may be 4-6 digits long. The code 8 8 8 8 is reserved and cannot be used.

Enter Programming Mode
* Master Code #
Add a Code Client
The Code Client will be assigned to the next available ID. Multiple Code Clients may be added sequentially.
Single Client
1 Enter New Code #

Multiple Clients
1 Enter New Code # Enter New Code # Enter New Code # (repeat as required)
OR

Add a Code Client to Specific ID
Unit will assign the Code Client to the specified ID (1-598).
1 Specific Client ID (1-598) # Enter New Code #
Exit Programming Mode 
*



ADD PANIC CLIENTS

A Panic Client allows access and will trigger an alarm if connected.

Enter Programming Mode
* Master Code #
Add a Panic Card
1 Client ID (599 or 600) # Present Card
OR

Add a Panic Code
1 Client ID (599 or 600) # Enter New Code #
Exit Programming Mode
*



DELETE CARD CLIENTS

Existing Card Clients can be deleted via the keypad, or using the Master Delete Card.

Enter Programming Mode
* Master Code #
Delete a Card Client
Presented Card Client will be deleted. Multiple Card Clients may be deleted sequentially.
Single Client
2 Present Card

Multiple Clients
2 Present Card - Present Card - Present Card (repeat as required)
OR

Delete a Card Client by Specific ID
Unit will delete the Card Client at the specified ID (1-598).
2 Specific Client ID #
OR

Delete all Clients
Unit will delete all Card and Code Clients.
2 Master Code #

*

The Master Delete Card can delete Card Clients directly. The Card Client to be deleted must be present.

Delete a Card Client via Master Delete Card
1. Present Master Delete Card
2. Present Card Client (repeat as required)
3. Present Master Delete Card to end


DELETE CODE CLIENTS

Existing Code Clients can be deleted via the keypad.

Enter Programming Mode
* Master Code #
Delete a Code Client
Code Client entered will be deleted. Multiple Code Clients may be deleted sequentially.
Single Client 
2 Enter Code #

Multiple Clients  
2 Enter Code # Enter Code # Enter Code # (repeat as required)
OR

Delete a Code Client by Specific ID
Unit will delete the Code Client at the specified ID. 
2 Specific Client ID #
Delete all Clients
Unit will delete all Card and Code Clients.  
2 Master Code #
Exit Programming Mode
*


DELETE PANIC CLIENTS

Existing Panic Card and Code Clients can be deleted via the keypad.

Enter Programming Mode
* Master Code #
Delete a Panic Card 
2 Panic Client ID (599 or 600) #
OR

Delete a Panic Code
2 Panic Client ID (599 or 600) #
Exit Programming Mode
*


CHANGE A USER’S CODE

This can be done when the unit is not in programming mode.

Change Code by Specific Client ID
 * Specific Client ID (1-598) # Enter Old Code # Enter New Code # Repeat New Code #


RELAY CONFIGURATION

Pulse Mode is enabled by default, with a re-lock time of 5 seconds.

Enter Programming Mode
* Master Code #
Pulse Mode
Adjustable re-lock time can be set between 1-99s (Default 5s)
3 <1-99> #
OR

Latch Mode
Enables passage function 
3 0 #
Exit Programming Mode
*


DOOR DETECTION

Door detection is disabled by default. When enabled and a door contact is fitted, an alarm will sound if the door is left open for one or
more minutes. Should the door be forced open, or if the door has not closed, the alarm will sound. The alarm will automatically silence after one minute or if a valid Code or Card Client is presented.

Enter Programming Mode
* Master Code #
Disable Door Detection (Default) 
5 0 #
OR

Enable Door Detection
5 1 # 
Exit Programming Mode
*


PENALTY TIME

Presenting an incorrect Code or Card Client 10 times will incur a 30 second time delay before any further use is possible.

Enter Programming Mode
* Master Code #
Disable Penalty
Penalty is disabled by default
6 0 #
OR

Enable Penalty
(30s, no alarm)
6 1 #
OR

Enable Penalty
(30s, with alarm)
Note: A valid Code or Card Client will silence the alarm.
6 2 #
Exit Programming Mode



VISUAL/AUDIBLE FEEDBACK

Enter Programming Mode
* Master Code #
Sounder

Disable
7 0 #
Enable (Default)
7 1 #
LED

Disable
7 2 #
Enable (Default)
7 3 #
Backlight

Disable
7 4 #
Enable (Default) 
7 5 #
Exit Programming Mode
*



RESET

Reset & reassign Master Programming Cards

Note: You will require two compatible cards to assign the Master Add Card and Master Delete Card
Note: Does not clear Code/Card Clients (See Delete Code/Card Clients for details on how to remove Code/ Card Clients)
1. Disconnect power source
2. Press and hold push-to-exit button
3. Reconnect power source (two beeps and LED turns yellow)
4. Release push-to-exit button
5. Present each card in turn;
   a) First card presented will become the Master Add Card
   b) Second card presented will become the Master Delete             Card
6. LED will burn red to indicate end of reset process



INDICATIONS

Description 
LED 
Sounder
Standby
Red, continuous
No sound
Enter Programming Mode
Red, flashing 
Single beep
Programming Mode Active
Light green, continuous
Single beep
Operation Error 
None 
Three beeps
Exit Programming Mode
Red, continuous 
Single beep
Access Granted
Bright green
Single beep
Alarm 
Red, rapid flashing
Alarm



WIRING DIAGRAM


STANDALONE MODE
Additional wiring diagrams for advanced access modes can be found online at www.codelockssupport.com.








GSG-AL03DXVR-v1-0819



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