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XPass 2 INSTALLATION GUIDE

XPass 2 INSTALLATION GUIDE Version 1.00 English EN XP2-GDPB V1.00A Contents Safety instructions... 3 Introduction... 5 Components... 5 Name and function of each part... 6 Cables and connectors...
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XPass 2 INSTALLATION GUIDE Version 1.00 English EN XP2-GDPB V1.00A Contents Safety instructions... 3 Introduction... 5 Components... 5 Name and function of each part... 6 Cables and connectors... 7 Installation... 8 Fixing the bracket and the product... 8 Power supply connection Network connection TCP/IP...10 TTL input connection Relay connection Fail Safe Lock...12 Fail Secure Lock...12 Automatic door connection...13 Connecting as a standalone Connecting to Secure I/O Wiegand connection Resetting Network Settings Restoring the Factory Defaults Product specifications Dimensions FCC compliance information Appendices Disclaimers Copyright notice Open Source License GNU General Public License...21 GNU Lesser General Public License...27 OpenSSL License...29 Original SSLeay License...29 Safety instructions Safety instructions Observe the following instructions to use the product safely and prevent any risk of injury or property damage. Warning Noncompliance of instructions could lead to serious injury or death. Installation Do not install the product in a place with direct sunlight, moisture, dust, or soot. A fire or electric shock may occur. Do not install the product in a place with heat from an electric heater. A fire or electric shock may occur due to overheating. Install the product in a dry place. Otherwise, a product damage or electric shock may occur due to moisture. Install the product in a place with no electromagnetic interference. Otherwise, a product damage or electric shock may occur. The user should not install or repair the product independently. A fire, electric shock, or personal injury may occur. If the product has been damaged due to independent installation or repair of the product by the user, free A/S service will not be provided. Operation Do not allow liquids such as water, beverages, or chemicals get into the product. A fire, electric shock, or product damage may occur. Caution Noncompliance of instructions could lead to minor injury or product damage. Installation Do not install the power supply cable in a place where people pass by. Product damage or physical injury may occur. Do not install the product near a highly magnetic object such as a magnet, TV, (especially CRT) monitor, or speaker. A product failure may occur. If installing the product outside where the product is completely exposed, it is recommended to install the product together with the enclosure. Keep the minimum separation distances between the devices when install multiple devices. Otherwise, RF performance is affect to the other device, the devices may not operate normally. 3 Safety instructions Operation Do not drop the product or apply an impact to the product. A product failure may occur. When cleaning the product, wipe the product with a soft and dry cloth and no water, benzene or alcohol. Otherwise, a product failure may occur. 4 Introduction Introduction Components XPass 2 Wall Bracket Drilling Template Diode Wall Fixing Screw x 2 Bracket Fixing Screw (Star Shaped) Ferrite Core 120 Ω resistor Shrink Tube PVC Anchor x 2 Quick Guide Open Source Software Guide NOTE Components may vary according to the installation environment. 5 Introduction Name and function of each part LED lamp RF card authentication unit Cable Reset button Name Description LED lamp RF card authentication unit Reset button Cable Indicates the operational status of the device with the color of the LED lamp. Reads RF cards for entering and exiting. Initialize the device. Power cable RS485 cable Ethernet cable Wiegand input/output cable TTL input cable Relay cable 6 Introduction Cables and connectors Pin Name Color 1 PWR GND Black (White stripe) 2 PWR +VDC Red 3 RLY NC Orange (White stripe) 4 RLY COM Green (White stripe) 5 RLY NO Gray (White stripe) 6 TTL GND Gray 7 TTL IN1 Brown 8 TTL IN0 Purple 9 WG D0 Green 10 WG D1 White 11 WG GND Black 12 ENET VB2 Brown 13 ENET VB2 Blue 14 ENET VB1 Green 15 ENET VB1 Red 16 ENET TXP White 17 ENET TXN Orange 18 ENET RXP Black 19 ENET RXN Yellow GND White (Black stripe) TRXN Yellow (Black stripe) TRXP Blue (White stripe) 7 Installation Installation Fixing the bracket and the product 1 Determine the correct position to install the bracket using the provided drilling template. Fix the bracket firmly using fixing screws through the bracket to the position where XPass 2 will be installed. NOTE If installing XPass 2 on a concrete wall, drill holes, insert PVC anchors, and fix them with fixing screws. To avoid RF interference, a minimum separation distance must be maintained. Wall Wall thickness Wall 430 mm Distance Wall thickness Distance 100 mm 400 mm 120 mm 380 mm 150 mm 380 mm 8 Installation 2 Install XPass 2 onto the fixed bracket. Wall 3 Assemble XPass 2 with the bracket by rotating the product fixing screw. Wall NOTE When assembling the product with the bracket, you can use the included bracket fixing screw(star Shaped) instead of the product fixing screw for enhanced security. 9 Installation Power supply connection 1 - PWR GND Black (White stripe) 2 - PWR +VDC Red DC power XPass 2 NOTE Use a power supply adaptor of DC 12 V (± 10%) with a minimum of 1,000 ma or DC 24V (± 10%) with a minimum of 500 ma which has obtained the approval of IEC/EN If you wish to connect and use another device to the power supply adaptor, you should use an adaptor with a current capacity which is the same or larger than the total power consumption required for the terminal and another device. Use a separate power supply for Secure I/O 2, the electric lock, and the product respectively. If connecting and using the power supply to these devices together, the devices may malfunction. Network connection TCP/IP LAN connection (connecting to a hub) You can connect the product to a hub using a general type CAT-5e cable. Hub PC XPass 2 10 Installation LAN connection (connecting to a PC directly) XPass 2 has an automatic MDI/MDIX function so that it can be connected to a PC directly using a normal straight type CAT-5e cable, not a cross cable. PC XPass 2 TTL input connection 6 - TTL GND Gray 7 - TTL IN1 Brown 8 - TTL IN0 Purple Door button XPass 2 Door sensor 11 Installation Relay connection Fail Safe Lock In order to use the Fail Safe Lock, connect N/C relay as shown in the figure below. There is normally a current flowing through the relay for the Fail Safe Lock. When the relay is activated, blocking the current flow, the door will open. If the power supply to the product is cut off due to a power failure or an external factor, the door will open. 4 - RLY COM Green (White stripe) 3 - RLY NC Orange (White stripe) 4 3 Dead bolt / Door strike DC Power XPass 2 NOTE Install a diode at both sides of the door lock wire as shown in the figure to protect the relay from the reverse current, which occurs when the door lock operates. Take caution of the installation direction of the diode. Install the diode close to the door lock. Use a separate power supply for XPass 2 and the door lock. Fail Secure Lock In order to use the Fail Secure Lock, connect N/O relay as shown in the figure below There is normally no current flowing through the relay for the Fail Secure Lock. When the current flow is activated by the relay, the door will open. If the power supply to the product is cut off due to a power failure or an external factor, the door will lock. 5 - RLY NO Gray (White stripe) 4 - RLY COM Green (White stripe) 5 4 XPass 2 Dead bolt / Door strike DC Power NOTE Install a diode at both sides of the door lock wire as shown in the figure to protect the relay from the reverse current, which occurs when the door lock operates. Take caution of the installation direction of the diode. Install the diode close to the door lock. Use a separate power supply for XPass 2 and the door lock. 12 Installation Automatic door connection Door button 5 - RLY NO Gray (White stripe) 4 - RLY COM Green (White stripe) Sensor Automatic door Controller 5 4 Door Lock XPass 2 13 Installation Connecting as a standalone XPass 2 can be connected to the door lock, door button, and door sensor directly without connecting a separate I/O device. PC Hub TTL connection 15 - TTL IN 0 Purple 16 - TTL IN 1 Brown GND Gray XPass 2 Door button Fail Secure Lock or Fail Safe Lock Relay Power Deadbolt / Door strike DC power DC power Door sensor Relay connection 5 - RLY NO Gray (White stripe) 4 - RLY COM Green (White stripe) 3 - RLY NC Orange (White stripe) Power supply connection 1 - PWR GND Black (White stripe) 2 - PWR +VDC Red NOTE XPass 2 can be used as a multi-door controller with the slave devices with the RS485 cable. The slave devices are used as dummy readers and authentication is performed in the master device. If XPass 2 is connected as the master device, only card authentication is available on the slave device. The maximum number of slave devices available to connect varies according to the number of users. For more information, contact the Suprema technical support team (support.supremainc.com). 14 Installation Connecting to Secure I/O 2 Secure I/O 2 is an I/O device, can be connected to XPass 2 with the RS-485 cable. Security can be maintained even if the connection between XPass 2 and Secure I/O 2 has been lost or the power supply to BioEntry W2 has been shut off due to external factors. Use the RS-485 cable with AWG24, twisted pair, and less than 1.2 km in length. If connecting with a RS-485 daisy chain, connect the termination resistor (120 Ω) to both ends of the daisy chain connection. If connected to the middle line, the signal level becomes smaller and the communication performance will deteriorate. Make sure to connect it to both ends of the daisy chain connection. RS-485 connection TRXP Blue (White stripe) TRXN Yellow (Black stripe) GND White (Black stripe) Hub PC XPass 2 DC power RS Power Secure I/O 2 DC power Door sensor DC power Door lock Door button Power supply connection 1 - PWR GND Black (White stripe) 2 - PWR +VDC Red 15 Installation Wiegand connection Use as a Wiegand input/output device XPass WG GND Black 10 - WG D1 White 9 - WG D0 Green RFID reader / Control device 16 Installation Resetting Network Settings 1 Turn the power on. 2 Press and hold the reset button on the rear of device until the device restart automatically. 3 Connect the device with default values. TCP/IP address: DHCP address assignment (If DHCP address assignment is failed, x.x will be set.) Server mode: Disabled RS-485: Default, bps 4 Change the TCP/IP address or RS-485 information. 5 Turn the power off later on and then check the network setting is properly. Restoring the Factory Defaults This will delete all data and root certificate on the device and reset the settings. 1 Turn the power on. 2 Press the reset button three times quickly. 3 When the yellow LED is blinking, press the reset button again. NOTE If there is no root certificate on the device, you cannot restore the factory defaults. 17 Product specifications Product specifications Category Credential General Capacity Interface Electrical Feature Specification XP2-GDPB LF card option EM HF card option MIFARE, MIFARE Plus, DESFire/EV1, FeliCa NFC card Supported BLE card Supported RF read range * MIFARE/DESFire/EM : 50 mm, FeliCa: 30 mm CPU 1 GHz Memory 4 GB Flash + 64 MB RAM LED Multi-color Sound Multi-tone Buzzer Operating temperature -35 C - 65 C Storage temperature -40 C - 70 C Operating humidity 0% - 95 %, non-condensing Storage humidity 0% - 95 %, non-condensing Dimension (W x H x D) 80 mm x 130 mm x 25 mm Weight Device: 220 g Bracket: 52 g (Including washer and bolt) IP rating IP65, IP67 IK rating IK08 Certificates CE, FCC, KC, RoHS, REACH, WEEE, SIG Max. User 200,000 Max. Card 200,000 Max. Text Log 1,000,000 Wi-Fi Not supported Ethernet Supported (10/100 Mbps, auto MDI/MDI-X) RS-485 1ch Master or Slave (Selectable) Wiegand 1ch Input or Output (Selectable) TTL input 2ch Input Relay 1 Relay PoE Supported (IEEE 802.3af compliant) Tamper Supported Power Voltage: DC 12 V, Current: Max. 500 ma or Voltage: DC 24 V, Current: Max. 250 ma * Use 12 VDC, 1 A / 24 VDC, 0.5 A power supply Switch input VIH Min. 3 V Max. 5 V Switch input VIL Max. 1 V Switch Pull-up resistance 4.7kΩ (The input ports are pulled up with 4.7kΩ.) Wiegand output VOH Min. 4.8 V Wiegand output VOL Max. 0.2 V Wiegand output Pull-up resistance Internally pulled up with 1 kω Relay Voltage: Max. 30 VDC Current: Max. 2 A * RF read range will vary depending on the installation environment. 18 Product specifications Dimensions (Unit: mm) * The tolerance is ±0.3mm FCC compliance information FCC compliance information 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. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/tv technician for help. Modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment under FCC rules. This appliance and its antenna must not be co-located or operation in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. A minimum separation distance of 20 cm must be maintained between the antenna and the person for this appliance to satisfy the RF exposure requirements. 20 Appendices Appendices Disclaimers The information in this manual is provided with regard to the Suprema's products. The right to use is acknowledged only for products included in the terms and conditions of the sales agreement guaranteed by Suprema. The right of license to other intellectual property rights not discussed in this manual is not acknowledged. Suprema does not guarantee or hold responsibility for the suitability and commerciality of the product for a specific purpose, or the infringement of patent, copyright, or other intellectual property rights with regard to sales or usage of Suprema's products. Do not use the product of Suprema under the situations related to medical, rescue of human lives, or maintenance of life, as a person may get injured or lose his/her life due to product malfunction. If an accident occurs while a consumer is using the product under the situations described as examples above, employees, subsidiaries, branches, affiliated companies and distributors of Suprema do not accept responsibility nor will they reimburse for all related direct and indirect expenses or expenditure including attorney fees even if the consumer has discovered any shortcomings in the product design or manufacturing process and claims this as a significant fault. Suprema may modify the product size and specifications at any time without proper notice in order to improve the safety, function and design of the product. Designers must keep in mind that functions or descriptions indicated as to be implemented or undefined may change at any time. Suprema will implement or define such functions or descriptions in the near future and Suprema accepts no responsibility for compatibility issues and any other problems arising from such compatibility issues. If you wish to obtain the newest specifications before ordering the product, contact Suprema through a Sales Representative or local distributor of Suprema. Copyright notice The copyright of this document is vested in Suprema. The rights of other product names, trademarks and registered trademarks are vested in each individual or organization that owns such rights. Open Source License The software of this product is based on Linux Kernel 3.x , which is licensed under GPL. As for GPL, please refer to the GNU General Public License in this manual. This product uses the glibc library, which is licensed under LGPL. As for LGPL, please refer to the GNU Lesser General Public License in this manual. This product uses the QT library, which is licensed under LGPL. As for LGPL, please refer to the GNU Lesser General Public License in this manual. This product uses the OpenSSL , which is licensed under the OpenSSL and Original SSLeay licenses. As for the OpenSSL and Original SSLeay licenses, please refer to OpenSSL License and Original SSLeay License in this manual. To request the modified source code based on Linux Kernel 3.x and the source code of glibc and QT libraries, which are included in this product, please contact us at GNU General Public License Version 3, 29 June 2007 Copyright 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc. Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed. Preamble The GNU General Public License is a free, copyleft license for software and other kinds of works. The licenses for most software and other practical works are designed to take away your freedom to share and change the works. By contrast, the GNU General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change all versions of a program--to make sure it remains free software for all its users. We, the Free Software Foundation, use the GNU General Public License for most of our software; it applies also to any other work released this way by its authors. You can apply it to your programs, too. 21 Appendices When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom, not price. Our General Public Licenses are designed to make sure that you have the freedom to distribute copies of free software (and charge for them if you wish), that you receive source code or can get it if you want it, that you can change the software or use pieces of it in new free programs, and that you know you can do these things. To protect your rights, we need to prevent others from denying you these rights or asking you to surrender the rights. Therefore, you have certain responsibilities if you distribute copies of the software, or if you modify it: responsibilities to respect the freedom of others. For example, if you distribute copies of such a program, whether gratis or for a fee, you must pass on to the recipients the same freedoms that you received. You must make sure that they, too, receive or can get the source code. And you must show them these terms so they know their rights. Developers that use the GNU GPL protect your rights with two steps: (1) assert copyright on the software, and (2) offer you this License giving you legal permission to copy, distribute and/or modify it. For the developers' and authors' protection, the GPL clearly explains that there is no warranty for this free software. For both users' and authors' sake, the GPL requires that modified versions be marked as changed, so that their problems will not be attributed erroneously to authors of previous versions. Some devices are designed to deny users access to install or run modified versions of the software inside them, although the manufacturer can do so. 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