1 SSA-S2100 SSA-S2101 Standalone RFID Access Controller user manual imagine the possibilities Thank you for purchasing this Samsung product. To receive more complete service, please visit our website.
2 safety information CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage consisting a risk of electric shock is present within this unit. This exclamation point symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. WARNING To reduce the risk of fi re or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. WARNING Be sure to use only the standard adapter that is specifi ed in the specifi cation sheet. Using any other adapter could cause fi re, electrical shock, or damage to the product. Incorrectly connecting the power supply or replacing battery may cause explosion, fi re, electric shock, or damage to the product. Do not connect multiple controllers to a single adapter. Exceeding the capacity may cause abnormal heat generation or fi re. 4. Securely plug the power cord into the power receptacle. Insecure connection may cause fi re. 5. When installing the controller, fasten it securely and fi rmly. The fall of controller may cause personal injury. 6. Do not place conductive objects (e.g. screwdrivers, coins, metal parts, etc.) or containers fi lled with water on top of the controller. Doing so may cause personal injury due to fi re, electric shock, or falling objects. 7. Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations. Doing so may cause fi re or electric shock. 8. If any unusual smells or smoke come from the unit, stop using the product. In such case, immediately disconnect the power source and contact the service center. Continued use in such a condition may cause fi re or electric shock. 9. If this product fails to operate normally, contact the nearest service center. Never disassemble or modify this product in any way. (SAMSUNG is not liable for problems caused by unauthorized modifi cations or attempted repair.) 10. When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product. Doing so may cause fi re or electric shock. CAUTION Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong blows to it. Keep away from a location subject to excessive vibration or magnetic interference. Do not install in a location subject to high temperature (over 50 C), low temperature (below -10 C), or high humidity. Doing so may cause fi re or electric shock. If you want to relocate the already installed product, be sure to turn off the power and then move or reinstall it. 4. Remove the power plug from the outlet when there is a lighting storm. Neglecting to do so may cause fi re or damage to the product. 2_ Safety information
3 5. Keep out of direct sunlight and heat radiation sources. It may cause fi re. 6. Install it in a place with good ventilation. 7. Avoid aiming the controller directly towards extremely bright objects such as sun. 8. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects fi lled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus. 9. The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time. FCC Statement This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions : 1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2) This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation. Caution This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. SAFETY INFORMATION IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. 4. Follow all instructions. 5. Do not use this apparatus near water. 6. Clean only with dry cloth. 7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer s instructions. 8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other apparatus (including amplifi ers) that produce heat. 9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fi t into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. 10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 1 Only use attachments/accessories specifi ed by the manufacturer. 1 Use only with cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specifi ed by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. 1 Unplug this apparatus when a card is used. Use caution when moving the cart/ apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. 14. Refer all servicing to qualifi ed service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. English3
4 contents PRODUCT INTRODUCTION 7 7 Features 9 What s included 10 At a glance 12 Cable Color Scheme 13 Cable Selection INSTALLATION AND EXTERNAL CONNECTION Installing the rear template 15 Connecting the termination resistor and diode 15 Bypass Diode Connection 16 Earth-grounding the communication cables 17 I/O Connection 19 External Reader Connection 20 Communication Line Connection INITIALIZATION Initializing the system 24 To access the master mode 24 Registering a master ID 25 Name Display 26 User Count Setup 26 Language Setup 27 Date/Time Setup 27 Communication Address Setup 28 Baud Rate Setup 28 Factory Defaults READER MODE SETUP Reader #1 Mode 29 READER #2 Mode 30 READER #1 Key Input 30 READER #2 Key Input 4_ Contents
5 USER MANAGEMENT Registering ID in Quick mode 32 Registering the ID 34 To delete ID 34 Viewing the ID list 35 To check the number of registered IDs 35 To remove all registered IDs 36 To remove the master IDs 36 Duress Mode 37 Door Open Alarm Time Setup 37 Arm/Disarm 38 Two Men Operation Mode 38 To check the number of events 39 To remove all events 39 To remove the time schedule CONTENTS I/O TIME SETUP Exit Button Output 40 Door Contact Sensor Setup 41 Auxiliary Input #1 Setup 41 Auxiliary Input #2 Setup 42 Tamper Alarm Output Setup 42 Cut Off Output Setup 43 Duress Mode Output Setup 43 ARM/DISARM Output Setup 44 Door Open Timeout Setup 44 Output Setup for Level IDs Accessing READER #1 46 READER #1 Error Output Setup 47 Output Setup for Level IDs Accessing READER #2 48 READER #2 Error Output Setup ADVANCED SETUP Time Unit Setup 50 Output Time Schedule+ID 51 AntiPassBack Mode 51 Time Schedule Setup 52 Holiday Setup 53 Holiday Code Setup 54 Reader Mode Time Schedule 55 Voice Message Time Schedule 55 Output Time Schedule Setup 56 Input Time Schedule Setup 56 Input Cut Off Check Setup English5
6 contents ADDITIONAL FEATURES Event Memory Setup 57 ID Display 58 WIEGAND Output Setup 58 Voice Volume Setup 59 One Time Read 59 Version Check 60 Input Test 60 Output Test 61 LCD Test 61 Keypad Test 62 READER Test 62 Memory Test 63 Communication Test 64 Input Type Setup OTHER INFORMATION Menu Structure 71 Default Settings TROUBLESHOOTING TroubleShooting PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS product specifications 6_ Contents
7 product introduction FEATURES State-of-the-art Access Controller This product is a state-of-the-art access controller that is optimal for time and attendance management, and provides 4 input ports and 2 2Form-C relay outputs along with 2 TTL output ports, RS-232/RS-485 and TCP/IP ports to meet the high-level security system requirements and various customer needs. Featuring the simplest operation as well as the highest security, this access controller can save up to 20,000 IDs (10,000 events) and up to 20,000 events (10,000 IDs). All events can be transferred to the host PC before being saved to the database, and output in formats of PDF, TIF or text fi le using the PC applications for time and attendance management purposes. This product hires 26-bit Wiegand (SSA-S2101: 34-bit Wiegand) proximity card reader and built-in keypad of 24 buttons (including 10 numbers, 2 control buttons, and 12 menu buttons) for versatility in operations. By using this product, users can utilize all combinations of proximity card, PIN, and password for getting accessed. This product is featured by the Exit button, Motion Detector, Door Contact sensor and 4 external input ports connected to the exit alarm system preventing unauthorized access. It also has 2 relay outputs that can control the door lock and alarm relay. In the mean time, the graphics LCD panel supports multilingual display, enabling it operated around the world beyond the language barrier. The dual tamper switch triggers an alert if the product is forcibly disassembled. All system settings can be confi gured using the front keypad or through the Windows-based software. This product works as a standalone system and is designed to operate via the network. Standalone Operation SSA-S2100/SSA-S2101 is connected to the external card reader, which is used to control one entrance. It determines to allow access by reading data from the internal or external card reader, and controls the open/close of the door relay and other output settings. On an external signal (from a sensor or Exit button) reception, the device (relay) corresponding to the signal starts operating. This product has an independent control system, assuring a normal operation regardless of problems on other systems and, not affecting them in a reversed situation. Computer-based Management All records of authorized or unauthorized accesses and any external signal will be saved in the internal memory. You can download such data onto your computer according to the specifi ed communications protocol. With the downloaded data, you can store, process, create a report based on your query (access and alert details, etc) on the connected computer. Keypad Registration Even if SSA-S2100/SSA-S2101 is not connected to the host PC, you can use the built-in keypad and LCD module to register or delete the card or confi gure necessary settings independently. Time Scheduling SSA-S2100/SSA-S2101 is featured by so-called time schedule, which allows you to instruct it to perform a specifi c operation for a specifi c period of time. You can set a total of 10 time schedule codes, each of which can be assigned to each user. Each time schedule code has a total of 8 different time zones including Monday through Sunday (7 time zones) plus one holiday, each of which can be divided in up to 5 different time intervals, indicating you can program different time codes. You can also create time schedule codes to manage separate I/Os. If a time schedule code is assigned to an input device, for instance, that device will stay active only for the time specifi ed. Each time schedule code is linked to the holiday schedule, which is void only to the holiday time code of the time schedule. (refer to Time Scheduling on pages 51 to 52) PRODUCT INTRODUCTION English7
8 product introduction External I/O Pins SSA-S2100/SSA-S2101 has 4 input pins and 4 output pins installed(2 relay and 2 TTL outputs) The input pins can receive signals from the Exit button and the Door Contact sensor, while the two relays can be connected to the Door Lock and the alarm device. You can specify the output time for these output pins. (Refer to I/O Wiring on pages 17 to 18) Holiday Scheduling In total, 10 holiday schedule codes are available for SSA-S2100/SSA-S2101 models, and each holiday schedule code can be confi gured for up to 100 holidays except Sundays. Each holiday code can be linked to the time schedule code. You can set all holidays to holiday schedule codes, and holiday schedule code is based on the holiday time zone for the time scheduling. (Refer to Holiday Scheduling on page 52) Forced Door Open Alarm You can set the Forced Door Open Alarm to activate when the door is opened by force. For its application, you must have installed the door contact sensor and properly set the door contact time and output settings for the alarm device. The Forced Door Open Alarm lasts until the alarm event is terminated. (Refer to Door Contact Sensor on page 40) ANTIPASSBACK A door has two card readers installed: one for the entrance, and the other for the exit, so anyone who enters should recognize his/her card on the reader at the entrance time before he can exit normally. If a person does not go under the card recognition process and just follows another person s way inside the door, the person is not allowed to exit when he/she recognizes the access card on exit card reader, and the antipassback error (APB error) occurs which will be saved into the internal memory. And you can confi gure to output a signal through a specifi c pin when such an error occurs. (Refer to Antipassback Error Output Setup at pages 46 and 49.) Arm/Disarm As long as the device is in Arm mode, the reader ports are all frozen so that no one can get access to the door and any input from the corresponding external pin will not be processed. In this mode, SSA-S2100/SSA-S2101 transmits a specifi c signal to the connected security devices so that they responds properly. (Refer to Arm/Disarm on page 37) Door Open Timeout Alarm The Door Open Timeout Alarm notifi es the administrator of the fact with an alarm if a door stays open after the normal service time. The Door Open Timeout Alarm lasts until the door is closed. (Refer to Door Open Timeout Setup on page 44) Duress Alarm This is used in a situation where you should open the door inevitably by a robber insisting to do so. Entering the twodigit duress alarm password with pressing the ENT button and recognizing the registered card (or card number) opens the door, while this forcibly unarmed situation will be notifi ed to the PC application with an alarm event. (Refer to Duress Mode on page 36) Two Men Operation Mode In this mode, SSA-S2100/SSA-S2101 permits a certain person (visitor) to enter or exit only when accompanied by a special user (administrator). Both the visitor and the administrator should be authorized before they can get access. (Refer to Registering the ID card on page 32) 4 Levels of Individual Door Opening Time Setting You can use this function to set 4 different door opening time points. (Refer to Output Setup for Level IDs Accessing Reader at pages 44 and 47.) Name Display SSA-S2100/SSA-S2101 can display the name of a person when the person is authorized to get access. (Refer to Name Display on page 25) 8_ Product Introduction
9 WHAT S INCLUDED Check if the following items are included in the product package. Main Unit Rear Panel Cable (X 6) PRODUCT INTRODUCTION Diode (X 2) (UF4004, 1N4001~4007) Resistor (X 4) (2kΩ, 1/4W) 5 X 40mm screws (X 4) 5 X 12mm screws (X 4) 3 X 8mm screws (X 1) 6 X 30mm Plastic Anchor (X 4) Quick Guide Quick Guide English9
10 product introduction AT A GLANCE Front Panel LCD System Status LED Menu Buttons Input Keys This module displays the operation status of the product. The red indicator turns on when the product turns on. The red indicator turns on when relay #1 becomes active. The yellow indicator turns on when relay #2 becomes active. 12 menu buttons ( F1 ~ F12 ) are available for use. Press a menu button to enter the corresponding menu. For the complete list of menus, refer to Menu Structure. (on pages 65 through 70) Use these to enter numbers or navigate through the menu. 4, 6 : Left/right direction buttons 2, 8 : Up/down direction buttons ENT : Select ESC : Cancel 10_ Product Introduction
11 Rear Panel PRODUCT INTRODUCTION RJ45 Connector Used in TCP/IP communications. 2 Tamper Switch Tamper switch. 3 Fixing Hole Hole for a fi xing screw. 4 2-pin Connector Can be connected to the power cable. 5 3-pin Connector Preliminary connector for extension. 6 6-pin Connector Can be connected to the I/O cable. 7 8-pin Connector Can be connected to the relay wiring cable. 8 Initialize switch System Initialize switch. 9 LED Communication status indicator pin Connector Preliminary connector for extension pin Connector Can be connected to the RS-232 and RS-485 communication cables. English11
12 product introduction CABLE COLOR SCHEME 2-PIN Connector I/O Pins Signal Cable Color Power (+12V) DC +12V Red Earth-grounding GND (-) Black 3-PIN Connector I/O Pins Signal Cable Color RESERVED 1 Pink lwith White Stripes RESERVED 2 Sky blue with White Stripes RESERVED 3 Black 6-PIN Connector I/O Pins Signal Cable Color TTL Output #1 TTL#1, WIK_D_OUT0 Orange with White Stripes TTL Output #2 TTL#2, WIK_D_OUT1 Brown with White Stripes Auxiliary Input #1 AUX_IN#1 Green Auxiliary Input #2 AUX_IN#2 Green with White Stripes Wiegand Data Input 0 WIK_D_IN0 Pink Wiegand Data Input 1 WIK_D_IN1 Sky Blue 5-PIN Connector I/O Pins Signal Cable Color Power (+12V) RS-485-A(+) Yellow RS-485-RTX(-) RS-485-B(-) Gray RS-232-TX TXD Black with White Stripes RS-232-RX RXD Red with White Stripes RS-232-GND GND Black 8-PIN Connector I/O Pins Signal Cable Color Door RELAY(NC) NC(1) Blue with White Stripes Door RELAY(COM) COM(1) Gray with Red Stripes Door RELAY(NO) NO(1) White with Red Stripes Alarm RELAY(NC) NC(2) Purple with White Stripes Alarm RELAY(COM) COM(2) White Alarm RELAY(NO) NO(2) Purple Exit Button EXIT Orange Door Contact Sensor CONTACT Yellow with Red Stripes 12_ Product Introduction
13 4-PIN Connector I/O Pins Signal Cable Color RESERVED 1 RESERVED 2 RESERVED 3 RESERVED 4 TCP/IP RJ45 Connector CABLE SELECTION Orange with Red Stripes Orange with Black Stripes Blue Brown PRODUCT INTRODUCTION Description Product Power (DC12V) This product Reader (power and data) External reader This product Door Contact Sensor Exit Button Sensor Input Input This product RS-232 Cable Converter Host P.C. RS-485 Cable This product This product This product Converter Belden #9409, 18 AWG, 2 Conductor, Unshielded Belden #9512, 22 AWG, 4 Conductor, Shielded Belden #9514, 22 AWG, 8 Conductor, Shielded Belden #9512, 22 AWG, 4 Conductor, Shielded Belden #9514, 22 AWG, 8 Conductor, Shielded Belden #9829, 24 AWG, 2-twisted pair, Shielded Belden #9829, 24 AWG, 2-twisted pair, Shielded Cable Type English13
14 installation and external connection INSTALLING THE REAR TEMPLATE Follow the instructions below to install the template Place the rear template on the installation point and mark the 4 holes for the screws. Drill at least 4 of 6-32 holes. Drill a 1/2 hole on the center of the template. Use 4 screws to fi x the template to an appropriate point. Arrange the cables through the center hole. Connect the cable and use one screw on the bottom of the rear template to fi x it to the product. J Do not install the product on a metal wall. Otherwise, this will cause malfunction due to radio frequency interference against the wall. 14_ Installation and External Connection
15 ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 CONNECTING THE TERMINATION RESISTOR AND DIODE A resistor is inserted for line s impedance matching to prevent distortion and reduction in RS-422 or RS-485 long distance data communications, which is referred to as termination resistor. Note that termination resistors of lower than 90 are not allowed, neither more than one termination resistor is accepted for the communications system. RS485/RS232 Converter 120Ω RS-485 Termination Resistors RS Ω A B Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : INSTALLATION AND EXTERNAL CONNECTION BYPASS DIODE CONNECTION If you connected an inductor (door locks or alarm device) to the output relay, there should occur a surge voltage while the inductor was turning on and off. If you do not connect a bypass diode to the relay, the surge voltage will cause damage to the electric circuit of the controller. To reduce this surge, it is recommended to connect a bypass diode between the devices. Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : 20 DC12V Cathode Anode ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 GND(-) Lock/Alarm 1N4004~1N4007 or equiv. English15
16 Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : 20 ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : 20 ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : 20 ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : 20 ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 installation and external connection EARTH-GROUNDING THE COMMUNICATION CABLES We recommend you to use a proper grounding system for the communication cables. The best grounding method is to earth-ground the shield wire of the communication cable. However, earth-grounding the communication cable isn t that easy, apart from the cost increase. There are three grounding points available for installation: Earth Ground Chassis Ground Power Ground The most important thing about the earth-grounding is not connecting both ends of the shield wire to the same grounding system; Connecting both to the same end will cause a current fl ow through the shield wire due to the voltage level difference between the both ends of the shield wire, and this current fl ow will introduce some noise and interference to communications. We recommend you connect ONLY one end of the shield wire of the communication cable to the grounding system. If you can locate an earth grounding point nearby, connect one end of the shield wire to that point. If you could hardly locate an earth grounding point nearby, connect one end of the shield wire to the chassis ground point. If you could locate neither of an earth or chassis grounding point nearby, connect one end of the shield wire to the power ground point (GND). Note that if the chassis is not properly earthed and fl oated from the ground level, then grounding communication cable to the chassis will produce the worst communication. If this is the case, use the power grounding point rather than the chassis grounding. RS-232 RS-485/RS-232 Converter Communication Wires Connect ShieldWire Open Earth Ground or Chasis Ground or Power Ground RS-485 RS-485 RS-485 GND GND GND GND _ Installation and External Connection
17 I/O CONNECTION Input Connection Door Contact Sensor Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 Door Contact Sensor: Yellow with the red stripe, GND Exit Button: Orange line, GND Connect 2K to check for cut-off detection INSTALLATION AND EXTERNAL CONNECTION Black - GND FG L 100V-220V Red + DC+12v N Exit Button Power Supply Connect the DC 12V(+) line of the power supply unit to the red line. Connect the GND(-) line of the power supply unit to the black line. - Exit Button Connection Connect one end of the Exit button to the orange line. Connect the other end of the Exit button to GND - Door Contact Sensor Connection Connect one end of the door contact sensor to the yellow with red stripes. Connect the other end of the door contact sensor to GND. - Auxiliary Input Device Connection (auxiliary input #1 green, auxiliary input #2 green with white stripes) Connect one end of the auxiliary input device to auxiliary input #1 or auxiliary input # Connect the other end of the auxiliary input device to GND. English17
18 installation and external connection Output Connection Connect the 8-pin connector (relay connector) of this product as follows: Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 DOOR RELAY ALARM RELAY COM (gray with red stripes) NO (white with red stripes) NC (blue with white stripes) COM (white) NO (purple) NC (purple with white stripes) ESC 0 ENT F10 F11 F12 Cathode Anode 1N4004-1N4007 or equivalent Black - GND Red + DC+12V POWER FAIL SAFE POWER FAIL SECURE Alarm Device Power Supply - POWER FAIL SAFE: Door is opened when the power is disconnected Connect the relay COM line (gray with red stripes for locking the door) to DC +12V. Connect the relay NC line (blue with white stripes for locking the door) to the plus(+) line of the door lock. Connect the minus (-) line of the door lock to GND (-). - POWER FAIL SECURE: Door is closed when the power is disconnected Connect the relay COM line (gray with red stripes for locking the door) to DC +12V. Connect the relay NO line (white with red stripes for locking the door) to the plus (+) line of the door lock Connect the minus (-) line of the door lock to GND (-). - Alarm Connection (Alarm Relay) Connect the relay COM (white for the alarm device) to DC +12V. Connect the relay NO line (purple for the alarm device) to the plus (+) line of the alarm device. Connect the minus (-) line of the alarm device to GND (-). 18_ Installation and External Connection
19 EXTERNAL READER CONNECTION External Reader Connection Black - Red Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : ESC 0 ENT GND DC+12V F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 Wiegand DATA0 (Pink) Wiegand DATA1 (sky blue) INSTALLATION AND EXTERNAL CONNECTION Power Supply - Proximity Reader Connection Connect the DC 12V(+) line of the power supply unit to the plus (+) line of the reader. Connect the GND(-) line of the power supply unit to the minus(-) line of the reader Connect the Wiegand data input line 0 of the proximity reader to the pink line 4. Connect the Wiegand data input line 1 of the proximity reader to the sky blue line For a list of compliant readers (external readers), see the followings: SSA-S Standard 26bit Wiegand format proximity reader - Standard 26bit Wiegand + 8bit Burst format proximity/keypad reader SSA-S Standard 34bit Wiegand format proximity reader - Standard 34bit Wiegand + 8bit Burst format proximity/keypad reader English19
20 installation and external connection COMMUNICATION LINE CONNECTION RS-232 Communication Port Connection A 9-pin connector (serial communication connector, female) is needed to connect the product to the host PC via RS232 communication. Please follow the steps below: HOST PC Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : 20 RS ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F Black with white stripes Red with white stripes Black 9pin Female Connector Connect RS-232 TX (Black with white stripes) to the pin #2 (RXD) of the 9-pin female connector. Connect RS-232 RX (Red with white stripes) to the pin #3 (TX) of the 9-pin female connector. Connect the GND (black) line of the product to pin #5 of the 9-pin female connector. Plug in the 9-pin female connector to serial port (COM port) of the host PC. Install and launch the application (SAMS). 20_ Installation and External Connection
21 F10 F11 F12 F10 F11 F12 F10 F11 F12 F10 F11 F12 RS-485 Communication Port Connection (Standalone) A RS-485/RS-232 converter is needed to make RS485 communications between the product and the host PC. Please follow the steps below: RS-485/RS-232 Converter RS A B RS-485 Max. 1200m Gray Yellow Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : ESC 0 ENT Connect the yellow RS-485 RTX (+) line to RS-485 A port of the converter. Connect the gray RS-485 RTX (-) line to RS-485 B port of the converter. Plug in the 9-pin connector (RS-232) of the converter into serial port (COM port) of the host PC. Install and launch the application (SAMS). F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 HOST PC INSTALLATION AND EXTERNAL CONNECTION RS-485 Communication Port Connection (Multiple Units) A RS-485/RS-232 converter is needed to make RS-485 communications across a multiple of the products and the host PC. Please follow the steps below: RS-485/RS-232 Converter RS-232 A B RS-485 Max. 1200m HOST PC Gray Yellow Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : 20 Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : 20 Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : 20 Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 English21
22 F10 F11 F12 F10 F11 F12 F10 F11 F12 installation and external connection - Connect all RS-485 ports of the product in parallel. Connect the yellow RS-485 RTX (+) line of one unit to the yellow RS-485 RTX (+) line of another unit. Connect the gray RS-485 RTX (-) line of one unit to the gray RS-485 RTX (-) line of another unit. Set a unique communication address (COMM ADDR) for each unit. - Connect one RS-485 port of the product to the RS-485/RS-232 converter 4. Connect the yellow RS-485 RTX (+) line to the RS-485 A port of the converter. Connect the gray RS-485 RTX (-) line to the RS-485 B port of the converter. Plug the 9-pin connector (RS-232) of the converter into serial port (COM port) of the host PC. Install and launch the application (SAMS). M RS-485 connection supports multi-drop communications up to 32 units. TCP/IP Communication Port Connection To implement TCP/IP communications for the host PC, follow the steps below: TCP/IP HUB PC TCP/IP Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : 20 Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : 20 Mon 12 / 12 / : 30 : ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F ESC 0 ENT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 Connect the RJ45 jack of the unit to the RJ45 plug, the LAN cable of the network system. Set a unique communication address (COMM ADDR) for each unit. Install and launch the application (SAMS). 22_ Installation and External Connection
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