HYPER X INTERFACE MANUAL FOR HYPERX READERS LMB, LML

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1 HYPER X INTERFACE MANUAL FOR HYPERX READERS LMB, LML EN G 1/72

2 EVOLUTIONS SUCCESSIVES /SUCCESSIVE CHANGES INDICE / REVISION INDEX DATE MODIFIE PAR / CHANGED BY OBJET / DESCRIPTION A 18 Sept 2002 W. Löbert Creation B 08 Aug 2003 W. Löbert Addition 2.4,additions in 4, addition C 01 Sept 2003 W. Löbert Addition 1.4 D 30 Mar 2005 W. Löbert Minor Corrections E 1 Apr 2006 W. Löbert Minor corrections F 27 Aug 2007 W. Löbert Additions 4.5, 4.6, 4.7 G 19 May 2009 D.Dormegnies Remove all LPR references EN G 2/72

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. GENERAL INFORMATION DESCRIPTION OF THE HYPERX READERS WARNING BASIC OPERATION POWER SUPPLY READER FIRMWARE VERSION OVERVIEW CONNECTORS FRONT PANEL ANTENNA INDICATOR LIGHT READER HARDWARE CHECK AFTER POWER-UP/RESET AUTODIAGNOSTIC CONFIGURING THE MODULAR READER ISO2 AND WIEGAND INTERFACES ASYNCHRONOUS SERIAL LINK MESSAGE MODE RELAY OPERATION BUZZER OPERATION CODE FILTERING WITH THE ISSUER CODE SWITCHING MODE FOR DOUBLE READER HOST INTERFACE CONFIGURING THE ENHANCED COMPACT READER (LMB) INTRODUCTION USING THE CONTROL PANEL PARAMETER SETTINGS PARAMETER DESCRIPTION RESET FACTORY VALUES DIAGNOSTIC MODE SPECIAL FUNCTION TAGS OPEN-COLLECTOR INTERFACES MAGNETIC STRIPE CARD INTERFACE «ISO2» WIEGAND COMPATIBLE INTERFACE ASYNCHRONOUS INTERFACE INTRODUCTION TRANSMISSION CHARACTERISTICS READER IN POLLED MODE READER IN INTERRUPT MODE...43 EN G 3/72

4 7 MODBUS READER COMMANDS COMMANDS FOR ALL READERS SPECIAL COMMANDS FOR THE MODULAR READER SPECIAL COMMANDS FOR THE LMB DIGITAL I/O (LMB ONLY) DIGITAL INPUTS DIGITAL OUTPUTS EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS CONNECTORS ASYNCHRONOUS LINK OPEN-COLLECTOR INTERFACE OUTPUTS (JR3 LMB ONLY) INPUTS (JR4 LMB ONLY) RELAY (MODULAR) APPENDIX A : ALGORITHM FOR CALCULATING THE CRC APPENDIX B : CHANNEL FREQUENCIES EN G 4/72

5 1. GENERAL INFORMATION 1.1 Description of the HYPERX readers HYPERX is a multi-tag dynamic identification system using microwaves. A reader emits microwaves up to a distance of one or more meters, depending on model. When a tag enters this zone, it modulates this radiation, thereby sending its code back to the reader, which then processes the received signal and extracts the code. There are two types of readers, modular (different modules assembled in a rack) and compact. For the modular readers, SPI is the reader module which provides the host interface. SPI performs digital processing of the signal received from the microwave receiver module (SAM or LAM) and communication functions with a host. It plugs into a custom rack for single-europe size boards, taking up a slot of width 6E. A custom backplane provides interconnection between the modules. The compact reader is compact version of the basic modular reader in the form of a single box. It perform basically the same functions as the modular reader, with differences in performance (see the appropriate product specifications). Basic functions performed are : tag detection communication interfaces: asynchronous serial link (RS 232, RS 422 or RS 485) using MODBUS / MODBUS protocol (polled or interrupt) compatible magnetic stripe card format ISO-7811/2 compatible WIEGAND tags relay 24V/1A for external circuit-switching (modular) on-board log (time-stamped) in non-volatile memory (LMB only) Certain functions described in this document are only relevant to recent firmware versions. Identify the version you are equipped with and make sure the desired function is supported. 1.2 Warning The badges intended to use with the long range readers may be deprogrammed or damaged when using mobile phones in direct vicinity. A clearance distance between the badges and mobile phones must be at least 10 cm. The installation of the long range reader may only be carried out in places that fulfil climatic and technical conditions stated by the manufacturer. BALOGH is not liable for damages resulting from improper handling or incorrect installation. All reconstructions or technological changes result in complete exclusion of liability. EN G 5/72

6 1.3 Basic operation All readers Tags are encoded with a HYPERX TM programming device. They can contain a user code of up to 27 characters (digits, uppercase letters and some punctuation symbols). They also contain a 3-character issuer code. When a tag is first detected by the reader, it is stored in an internal buffer and remains present for a time Tr. After this time, the tag is removed from memory. At first detection, a message for the host interface is generated. In most cases (ISO2, WIEGAND, asynch link interrupt mode) this message is immediately sent, in one case (asynch link polling mode) the message is only sent on request by the host. If a tag is detected by the reader and it is still in memory (two detections of same tag within the time Tr), a new message is not normally generated (exception is message mode 2, see chapter 3.3). The timer associated with this tag is then reset so that the tag remains present for a further time Tr. Thus, for a tag which is presented to the reader and remains there, only one message is generated after the initial detection. The tag must be removed for a time greater than Tr in order for a second message to be generated. The default value for Tr is 1 second. The time Tr is hereafter referred to as the tag persistence time. After power-up or a processor reset, the readers first go through an auto-test phase and perform a number of hardware checks. If a hardware fault is detected, the reader will automatically reset after a period of a few seconds. During this period, it is possible for the user to determine the nature of the fault (if the processor is still capable of executing the firmware program). If the reader is in interrupt mode, a message will automatically be sent to the host, if in polling mode, the get init errors MODBUS command can be sent (see ). The antenna lamp, if present, remains red fixed, to indicate the fault Modular reader Once a second, reader status information is internally collected. This information is available to a host connected by a serial MODBUS link. It also affects the flashing rate of the CPU led on the front panel (for SPI module) and the colour and flashing rate of the antenna indicator lamp (see chapter 2.3). Reader settings are made through on-board DIP switches (2 rows of 8). An SPI module can accommodate up to two receivers, each with its own antenna. In this case, all modules making up the two receivers are present in the same wide bay. This is known as a Double Reader. When a tag is detected, status information in the message to the host indicates at which antenna the tag was detected. This information is only available if an asynchronous serial link connects the reader to the host. For the Double Reader, in some cases signal feed-through on the antenna cables can cause a tag detected by one antenna to be seen by both receivers. This produces two detection messages, one corresponding to each antenna. In order to counter this effect, if it occurs, a special switching mode of operation can be used whereby only one of the two receivers is active at a time, switching taking place every 150ms. This means however that during the 150ms, one of the antennas will not detect tags that may be present and this may reduce its reading efficiency, especially for high-speed or multi-tag applications. EN G 6/72

7 If during the auto-test phase, a hardware fault is detected, the CPU green led blinks rapidly. If a fault is found with one of the other modules (SHF or SAM/LAM) then the CPU green led blinks rapidly and the antenna lamp blinks green irregularly. In the case of a hardware fault, an error code is available to the host with the structure given in Table LMB Reader settings are made and displayed using the two 7-segment displays and the two buttons. This allows a much greater flexibility, there is virtually no limit to the number of new parameters that can be added nor to the number of values for any parameter. Settings are stored in non-volatile EEPROM. This reader has two digital inputs for controlling reading conditions and two digital outputs that can drive relays or other loads. The other major innovation for this new reader is the on-board logging capability. Up to 4000 timestamped events can be recorded in non-volatile memory and this can be downloaded when the reader is off-line. 1.4 Power Supply Input Voltage LML : 12Vdc nominal, 11,5V min to 15V max. LMB : 12Vdc to 24Vdc nominal, 11,5V min to 28V max. A red led low voltage, near the power supply connector, indicates the voltage supply is less than 11Vdc. At the time of the low voltage detection, power to the rest of the reader is cut and a timer of about twenty seconds is enabled. After this time, the reader tries to power on. If the voltage is right, the reader will turn on, if the voltage is still too low, it enables the timer again and so on Consumption The consumption for modular readers depends on their composition. It is typically (for FSM, SHF, SAM, SPI) 1.5 A at 12 VDC The LMB consumption is roughly 0.6 A at 12 VDC. WARNING : For the modular reader, live insertion or withdrawal of the modules can cause irreversible damage! 1.5 Reader firmware Version Modular: This manual applies to firmware versions up to and including LMB : This manual applies to firmware versions up to and including 1.19 EN G 7/72

8 2 OVERVIEW 2.1 Connectors There are several PHOENIX - type connectors: The 5-pin connectors (5.08mm pitch) are for the serial link to a host. The 3-pin connector (5.08mm pitch) allows switching (using the internal relay) of an external circuit (LML) The small 4-pin connector (3.81mm pitch) is for control inputs (LMB only) The small 6-pin connector(3.81mm pitch) is for control outputs (LMB only) The 2-pin connector(5.08mm pitch) is for the DC power supply (except when modular reader uses mains power) (See 9.1 for the wiring instructions) For the modular reader, the connectors are accessible on the front panel of the SPI module. For the compact readers, the connectors are accessible from the back at the top. 2.2 Front Panel Modular reader Figure 2-1: Front Panel of module SPI, comprising 2 Connectors, 4 leds and 1 Reset button EN G 8/72

9 Indicator lamps for maintenance Four leds indicate the state of the module and tag activity Processor LED (CPU) This green LED can have one of two flashing rates : slow, roughly 0.5s on 0.5s off, indicating all modules are working normally. fast, roughly 0.05s on 0.05s off, indicating a problem with one of the modules in the rack. Any other behaviour indicates faulty processor operation. NB : If the reset button is held down, this LED should be on Tag activity (BURST) This red LED flashes (50ms) to indicate that a tag has been detected by the reader Sending message (TX) This red LED indicates electrical activity on the front panel connector line 01 (TX for the RS-xxx link). It is permanently on in the case of the interfaces ISO2 and WIEGAND Receiving message (RX) This red LED indicates electrical activity on the front panel connector line 04 (RX for the RS-xxx link). It is permanently off in the case of the interfaces ISO2 and WIEGAND Reset Button Pushing this button applies a hardware reset to the processor. NB : While the button is held in, the processor is in a reset state and the CPU and BURST LEDs are on. Once released, the processor restarts. EN G 9/72

10 2.2.2 LMB BALOGH Figure 2-2 : Front panel of Compact reader A single red/green lamp (antenna indicator light) is situated in the top-centre of the panel (see 2.3 below). 2.3 Antenna Indicator Light The LED on the antenna (or in the case of the compact readers, on the front panel) indicates the state of the reader. It is under reader software control. It can also be controlled by the host using the MODBUS protocol on an asynchronous serial link. The state diagram below shows the different possible states during power-up (or after a processor reset). State Diagram : Events : a. internal hardware fault detected b. autotest OK c. module fault detected d. module fault disappears EN G 10/72

11 e. internal hardware fault detected f. internal hardware fault disappears g. received command turn reader off h. received command turn reader on State Name Antenna LED Emission CPU LED 6 status cf dm 0 Test red, fixed off on nd² nd 1 Hardware fault see note 1 off fast blink 0 nd 2 Normal green, regular blink on slow blink Module fault green, irregular blink on fast blink Reader not ready red, slow blink off fast blink 0 x³ 5 4 Reader OFF off off slow blink x x 6 5 Tag detected off for 1s on x 1 x 7 5 Tag with low battery detected short red blink on x x x Notes : Table 2-1:State table for antenna led 1. The LED behaviour and the timeout duration depend on the nature of the fault. In the case of a faulty configuration, the reset is immediate and the LED stays red. For a hardware fault, reset takes place after 4 seconds. 2. nd = not defined 3. x = don t care 4. This state only exists for the modular readers. 5. This state is not shown in order not too overload the diagram. It lasts for 1 second, then normal operation resumes. 6. For modular reader only EN G 11/72

12 2.4 Reader hardware check after powerup/reset After a reset/power-up, the reader goes through an auto-test phase performing a hardware check. During this time which lasts for one or more seconds, the antenna light is red/fixed, the buzzer sounds and the reader is not operational. At the end of the test, an error-status-byte is available. If one or more critical hardware elements failed then the reader is put into the error state (antenna light red/fixed or slow blink, no tag reading) and a reset is automatically generated after a few seconds. If the reader serial link is in interrupt mode, then this error-status-byte is sent over the link. If in polling mode, it can be read with the MODBUS command read init errors. In the case of the enhanced compact reader, the display allows visualizing (with a 2-letter code) the test in progress and the result. At the end of this phase, if there have been no errors, the display is turned off, otherwise an error code is displayed. Note that some of the tests are very fast, so the corresponding display code will not normally be seen. The tests performed are in order : N Display Test bit(s) of error code 1 P On-chip Ram 2 2 P0 Off-chip Ram (Log page 0) 2 3 P1 Off-chip Ram (Log page 1) 2 4 PE Code checksum 1 5 EE EEPROM 3 6 SC SCC 4,5 7 sn Electronic serial number 7 8 rt Real-time clock 8 9 IS Serial interface 6 Error code (1 byte) : Bit Description Consequence 1 Code checksum Critical 2 Off-chip Ram Critical 3 EEPROM Critical 4 Bus access SCC Critical 5 SCC Critical 6 Serial interface Degraded 7 Electronic serial number Critical 8 Real-time clock Degraded A failure of the serial interface is not critical if the host interface uses DATA/CLOCK or WIEGAND. A failure of the RTC is not critical if the log function is not used. Examples of error codes : Display Meaning 04 EEPROM failure 18 SCC failure 40 Electronic serial number EN G 12/72

13 If the reader serial link is in interrupt mode, then at the end of the test phase, several diagnostic messages are emitted. A first message emits the firmware version, the time and the date: 01.T.000v :03:36 06/08/03 A second message emits the setup (28 parameters) and the log status : 01.S.000C= J=0504 A third message is emitted if a failure occurred during the test phase : 01.E.000TEST READER=F(18) 2.5 Autodiagnostic If the reader is equipped with an antenna that includes an autodiagnostic function (e.g. the model E), then a further diagnostic test is performed. This test can also be performed at any time using the appropriate MODBUS command (see ). Once again, if the reader serial link is in interrupt mode then the result of this diagnostic test is emitted : 01.E.000TEST READER=OK 01.E.000TEST READER=(00) 01.E.000TEST READER=(18) : all OK : reader diagnostic error, no hardware errors : hardware failure (SCC) EN G 13/72

14 3 CONFIGURING THE MODULAR READER There are two versions of the module currently available, for simplicity hereafter referred to as the old version and the new version. The old version consists of a mother board and a smaller daughter board using traditional through-hole technology. Configuring is done using jumpers. The new version consists of a single board using surface-mount technology. Configuring is done using miniature switches. In order to correctly configure the module, you must identify the version you are installing. In the following paragraphs, text in italics refers to the old version. For old versions only - some jumpers do not change position : J1 - must be in position 2-3 J6 - must be present J7 - must be absent J13 - must be present in position 2-3 These four jumpers no longer exist on the new version. The different operating modes are selected using switches/jumpers which are either : ON (present) or OFF (absent) They are identified by their positions on four connectors: J1 (8 positions 1 to 8) / J3 (10 positions 1 to 10) J2 (4 positions 9 to 12) / J8 (2 positions 11 to 12) J4 (8 positions 1 to 8) / J4 (8 positions 1 to 8) J3 (8 positions 1 to 8) / J5 (8 positions 9 to 16) J8 J5 J3 J4 Figure 3-1 : Connector locations for SPI module - old board EN G 14/72

15 J1 J2 J3 J4 The serial link to a host can be one of two types : Open-Collector (ISO2 or WIEGAND) Asynchronous RS 232, RS 422 and RS 485. Figure 3-2 : Connector locations for SPI module - new board NB: Only one of these interfaces can be active at a time Certain switch / jumper combinations are forbidden. If these combinations are detected during the initialisation period (immediately following a reset), an internal reset is generated after a period of 4 seconds. The following combinations are forbidden : Message mode 3 together with WIEGAND interface Message mode 2 together with POLLING mode 3.1 ISO2 and WIEGAND Interfaces ISO2 Interface Positions 1 to 4 of J4 must be as follows : message length OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF WIEGAND Interface Positions 1 to 4 of J4 must be as follows : OFF OFF OFF ON variable fixed EN G 15/72

16 3.1.3 Tag persistence Positions 5 and 6 of J4 must be as follows : 6 5 Persistence ON ON 1 s ON OFF 2 s OFF ON 5 s OFF OFF 10 s Minimum Time Between Messages (MTBM) Positions 7 and 8 of J4 must be as follows : 8 7 MTBM ON ON 1000 ms ON OFF 100 ms OFF ON 200 ms OFF OFF 500 ms Tag message repetition Position 3 of J3 / 11 of J4 must be as follows : OFF ON repetition disabled enabled 3.2 Asynchronous serial link Address The module s physical address is the logical slave address that the host application software uses to address the module (see 6.3). There are ten usable addresses (1 to 10) as shown below, the settings for 0 and 11 to 15 are used for other functions. The four positions 1 to 4 of J4 determine the physical address: Address ON ON ON ON reserved use ON ON ON OFF 1 ON ON OFF ON 2 ON ON OFF OFF 3 ON OFF ON ON 4 ON OFF ON OFF 5 ON OFF OFF ON 6 ON OFF OFF OFF 7 OFF ON ON ON 8 OFF ON ON OFF 9 OFF ON OFF ON 10 OFF ON OFF OFF Time Designa (see 6.4.2) OFF OFF ON ON Code Only (see 6.4.2) OFF OFF ON OFF ISO2 fixed length (see 3.1.1) OFF OFF OFF ON WIEGAND (see 3.1.2) OFF OFF OFF OFF ISO2 variable length (see 3.1.1) EN G 16/72

17 NB : A MODBUS command message which has a slave address equal to 0 corresponds to a broadcast message, which explains why a reader cannot have an address of 0 for polling applications Character Format and Baud rate Baud rate is chosen using positions 5 and 6 of J4: 6 5 Baud rate ON ON 9600 Bauds ON OFF 4800 Bauds OFF ON 1200 Bauds OFF OFF Bauds Format is chosen using positions 7 and 8 of J4: 8 7 Format ON ON 7 bits data 1 bit even parity ON OFF 7 bits data 1 bit odd parity OFF ON 8 bits data no parity OFF OFF not used Protocol : polling or interrupt The type of protocol, polled or by interrupt, is chosen with position 5 on J3 / 13 on J5 : OFF ON Frame format protocol interrupt polling Position 8 on J3 / 16 on J5 determines the frame format, test (ASCII) or MODBUS (binary). frame format OFF Test - ASCII message ON Normal - MODBUS frame The test format allows connection to a dumb terminal for easy on-site display. For a description see Message mode The mode is chosen using positions 1 and 2 on J3 / 9 and 10 on J5. The mode determines in what cases the detection of a tag causes a message to be transmitted to the host. Type 0 - Each time a tag is detected, a timer is armed (nominal value = 1s). Tag detection only causes a message to be transmitted if this timer is not active. Each tag detected has a timer associated with it. Type 1 - This mode is no longer supported EN G 17/72

18 Type 2 - Repeated message transmission while tag is present. Only available for the ISO2 interface and the asynchronous start/stop interface in the interrupt mode. Type 3 - When a tag disappears (is removed from internal memory), an extra message is transmitted to host which includes the tag s code as well as the number of times that the badge was detected. This number cannot be greater than 99. Not available for the WIEGAND interface. Otherwise identical to type 0. 2 (10) 1 (9) message mode OFF OFF Type 3 OFF ON Type 2 ON OFF Type 1 - no longer supported ON ON Type 0 a;1,2 0 1 a;1 Type 0 b a;2,3 0 4 Type 2 e;4 a;1,2 0 1 a;1 Type 3 b; 6 Events Actions a : tag is detected 1 : arm disappearance timer b : timeout disappearance 2 : start message transmission e : message is sent 3 : turn off reader 4 : turn on reader 6 : send tag disappearance message Figure 3-3 : Flow Graphs describing the three message transmission modes EN G 18/72

19 3.4 Relay operation When a tag is detected, the relay operates. The switch / jumper in position 3 on J3 / 11 on J5 determines one of two modes of deactivation (for ISO2 and WIEGAND, deactivation is automatic) : automatic relay deactivation after 2 second delay or relay deactivation controlled by host via MODBUS OFF ON 3.5 Buzzer operation Deactivation automatic under host control The switch / jumper in position 4 on J3 / 12 on J5 activates or deactivates the buzzer on tag detection. When enabled, the buzzer emits a short sound (duration 50 ms) each time a tag is read. OFF ON Buzzer Enabled Disabled When enabled, the buzzer sounds for 50ms at every tag detection. 3.6 Code filtering with the Issuer code The switch / jumper in position 6 on J3 / 14 on J5 enables or disables this feature. A description is given in chapter Applies only to ISO2 and Asynchronous interfaces. As of firmware version 4.11, applies to the WIEGAND interface as well. OFF ON Filtering Disabled Enabled 3.7 Switching mode for Double reader The switch / jumper in position 7 on J3 / 15 on J5 enables or disables this feature. A description is given in chapter 1.2. This feature must be disabled for single readers. OFF ON Switch mode Disabled Enabled 3.8 Host Interface The following positions on J1 and J2 / J3 and J8 determine the electrical interface to the host, by fixing which lines are physically routed through to the front-panel connector. Type Position RS-232 1, 11 RS-422 2, 4, 9, 10, 12 RS-485 2, 4, 6, 7,12 ISO2 3, 5, 8 WIEGAND 3, 5, 8 EN G 19/72

20 4 CONFIGURING THE ENHANCED COMPACT READER (LMB) 4.1 Introduction There are three ways of configuring the LMB compact reader. Via the control panel described in this chapter, by means of commands sent via the serial connection (see 7), and by means of function tags (FT). Each method has its raison d'être and time to be used via control panel via commands via special function tags Select/Save Display/Change PC RSxxx SFT before installation during installation after installation Configuration via the control panel should take place before or during the installation in order to correctly configure the majority of the settings. There may not yet be an available computer system. Configuration via commands can be done at any time but obviously requires the transmission/network part to be correctly configured. After installation, the control panel is rarely available (hidden or inaccessible) and it might not be possible to interrupt the functioning of the IT system in order to apply changes to (generally) only one or two settings. This being the case, the function tags are very useful since they act directly on the reader without a wired connection. The special function tags must be ordered separately. A description of them and their use can be found in chapter 4.7 EN G 20/72

21 4.2 Using the control panel Select/Save Display/Change Figure 4-1 : LMB control panel The control panel has two 7-segment displays and two buttons. Pressing the button (Select) allows you to select a parameter. The title of this parameter is then displayed. If you press once on the button (Display), the parameter 's current value is displayed. At this time, if you press the Select button, the next parameter is displayed, but if you press the Change button, the parameter s next value is displayed and the little red dot (decimal point) lights up to indicated that the value is going to be modified. Pressing successively on the (Change) button or keeping it pressed enables you to see all the possible values for this setting. The display is cyclical, i.e. after the last value, the first one appears again. When you then press the (Save) button, the value displayed at that moment is registered and becomes the new current value (at the same time the display shows "SA" for 1 second). If you have pressed the (Change) button, but do not in fact want to change the value, you can either await the expiry of a time delay (which exists in order to prevent the reader being left in a non-functioning state by mistake the value is currently set at 8s) or press the Reset button. In summary: display state action result off press red button display title of current parameter press black button no change title parameter N press red button display title of next parameter press black button display value of current parameter value parameter N press red button display title of next parameter press black button display next value of current parameter +. value +. press red button display SA, store new value press black button display next value of current parameter +. The display is the right way up when the reader is mounted with connectors and display towards the bottom. If the reader is mounted with the display at the top then the first parameter can be changed so that the display does not read upside down. The buttons however do not change functions. The display cycles through all the parameters (starting with setting 1), when it comes to the end it starts again at the beginning. When the display turns off, it remembers its position, so that next time the red button is pressed, display starts with the previously displayed parameter. Successive parameters are obtained either by briefly pressing the red button, or by keeping it pressed in, which makes parameters scroll automatically. Similarly, you can make the parameter values scroll by keeping the black button pressed in. EN G 21/72

22 4.3 Parameter settings All parameters are stored in non-volatile EEPROM memory. The number in the second column indicates the order in which they are displayed. Parameter Title displayed Value Value displayed Default Notes Display orientation up * display at bottom 1 dn display at top Channel Number 2 nc 1 to Tag Persistence 3 tp 0,1s 0 0,5s 1 1s 2 * 2s 3 5s 4 10s 5 Buzzer 4 bu OFF of on tag detect ON on * Issuer Code Filtering 5 FI OFF 0 * 1 st code 1 EEPROM 2 code in EEPROM Issuer Code size 6 tc 3 3 * 4 4 Lamp behaviour 7 LE NORMAL 0 * OTHER 1 TBD Message mode 8 tf 0 0 * Spec Function Tags 9 bf OFF of * ON on not available yet Logging 10 Jo OFF 0 time/date-stamped events 1 1 tag detect plus reset 3 3 * 2 plus errors RS interface 11 ta RS * RS RS OC interface 12 to unused nu * Open Collector interface ISO2 fixed IF ISO2 variable Ir WIEGAND IE Reader Address 13 Ad 1 to Baud rate 14 br * Character Format 15 Fo 8 bit 8n * 7 bit even 7P 7 bit odd 7I Frame format 16 Fr ASCII AS * ASCII with header for tag code code only CS ASCII without header Time Designa td special format MODBUS Jb Polling/Interrupt 17 Po Interrupt of * Polling on EN G 22/72

23 MTBM 18 tb 0,1s 0 Mean Time Between 0,2s 1 * Messages 0,5s 2 (for ISO2/WIEGAND) 1s 3 2s 4 Nb Emissions 19 ne 1 to emissions in interrupt mode Output1 20 S1 unused 0 Copy buzzer 1 identical to buzzer outpout 2s on read 2 * host 3 under host control Output2 21 S2 unused 0 SFT vehicle 1 identical to buzzer outpout tag battery low 2 * host 3 under host control Range 22 Pr 0 to = max range reserved 23 - Input1 24 E1 disabled of * enable reading on tag reading validated upon activated input Input2 25 E2 disabled of * TBD On tag reading validated upon de-activated input reserved 26 - Hopping period 27 Pe 100 ms 0 * As of v Serial Interface Test 28 LS 0 of * 1 on Reader Type tl undefined nd *** this value is read-only *** different display for versions prior to v1.0.9 see parameter description Table 4-1 : LMB - Parameter settings 4.4 Parameter description Display Orientation Allows reading the display right side up irrespective of the reader installation (display at top or display at bottom). Choose up for display at bottom, dn for display at top Channel number This is the reader operating frequency, see the table in 11. This only needs to be changed if the installation has several readers or if there are interference problems. EN G 23/72

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