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RK600 / RK600e Product Training Tutorial. Main Menu RK 600/600e Features Specifications Cards & Keytags Cabling & Components RK-AR Auxiliary Reader RK-AT.

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1 RK600 / RK600e Product Training Tutorial

2 Main Menu RK 600/600e Features Specifications Cards & Keytags Cabling & Components RK-AR Auxiliary Reader RK-AT Audit Trail Module RK-600 Power Supply Basic Installation RK-BB Back Box Spacer RK-GM Glass Mount Kit Basic Operation Log Sheet Programming: RK 600 Key Pad/RK-HHP Change the Password Add a Card or Keytag Add and use a PIN Number Delete Cards, Keytags, PIN Numbers Setting the Latch Time Operating Modes Request to Exit Cannot Enter Program Mode Cards or Keytags do not Unlock the Door LED Solid Green LED Flashing Red or Green Constant Beeping Pin Codes do not Unlock the Door RK-AT Lost Communications Trouble Shooting

3 RK600 Features The Radio Key 600 is a programmable single-door Stand Alone access control system It contains a proximity reader and a 16 position keypad for programming and PIN entry No computer or control panel is required It allows any mix of up to 600 Proximity Cards, Key Tags or PIN codes for keypad entry Main Menu

4 It can control an electric strike, magnetic lock, or gate operators It has an input for a Request to Exit (REX) switch, and a second set of relay contacts for shunting an external alarm system It also has an internal reader, beeper, and a bi-color LED indicator Main Menu RK600 Features

5 The Radio Key 600e has no keypad and is used for extreme weather conditions It requires the RK-HHP to perform all programming functions It allows any mix of up to 600 Proximity Cards, or Key Tags It can control an electric strike, magnetic lock, or gate operators It has an input for a Request to Exit (REX) switch, and a second set of relay contacts for shunting an external alarm system It has an internal reader, beeper, and a bi-color LED indicator RK600e Features Main Menu

6 Specifications Power requirments: 9 to 14vdc, 50ma avg, 150ma Peak Communications: With optional RKAT audit trail module, allows RS232 connection to PC or serial printer Outputs: DPDT contact,.5A 250 VAC or 2A 24 VAC or DC Input: Request to exit (REX)Requires N/O momentary switch Environment: Ambient Temperature-40° to +70° C (-40° to +158° F) Humidity0% to 95% non condensing Operational: Reading DistanceUp to 6 inches User Capacity600 keytags or cards, or PINs Keytag/Card operationPassive Transmit Frequency125 KHZ Memory Non Volatile Latch/Alarm Shunt TimerProgrammable from.25 to 30 seconds Models: RK600 / 600e Main Menu

7 Card Types There are 3 different types of cards and keytags which can be used with the RK-600 / 600e units: ISO printable cards: RKCI-01 Molded cards: RKCM-01 Key tags: RKKT-01 Main Menu

8 Cabling and Components Run cables to the reader location from power supply, door locking device and remote open switch and optional auxiliary reader The secondary relay contacts can optionally be used to shunt an external alarm detector at the door 18AWG stranded wire is recommended For Remote Open (REX) input, use a momentary Normally Open switch, or an Exit PIR Always use separate power supplies for the electric lock and access control reader MOV and Lock Power Supply are not required when connected to a Gate Operator logic board Main Menu

9 RK600 / RK600e Wire Installation Red9 to 14vdc BlackDC Ground Reader Power Latch Relay GreenCommon BlueN/C YellowN/O Alarm Shunt Blue/black N/C Yellow/black N/O Green/Black Common Request to Exit BrownRemote Open OrangeRemote Open Use Normally Open Switch Main Menu

10 RKAR: Auxiliary Reader Optional, but is recommended for extreme weather or higher security applications. A gasket is provided for exterior installation It parallels to the internal antenna in the RK600 or RK600e It contains a bi-color LED indicator and a beeper which is controlled by the RK600 or RK600e When mounted on the secure side of the door, access cannot be obtained by tampering Main Menu

11 Avoiding RF Interference When mounting the RK600, or the RK600e connected with the Auxiliary Reader on opposite sides of a wall, offset the units by about 6 for the best reading distance. Do not locate two RK600 units closer than two (2) feet apart. Do not locate the RK600 or RKAR within two (2) feet of a PC Monitor or CPU enclosure, or any other source of EMI (electro-magnetic interference) such as radio transmitters, elevators, large electric motors or fluorescent ballasts. Main Menu

12 RKAR: Wire Installation A short cable assembly extends from the back of the Auxiliary Reader. This cable may be Extended up to 30 feet Maximum. Use two separate cables. Cable one: must be unshielded, non-twisted two conductor wire (zip cord recommended), to the antenna coil, pins 1 & 2. Cable two: must be 4-conductor shielded connected to the LEDs, beeper, and VCC, pins 3 – 6, and connect the cable shield to GND on P1 pin 2 at the RK600 / 600e unit. Main Menu

13 RKAT: Audit Trail Module Optional audit trail module allows the RK600 / 600e to connect using RS232 communications to a PC or Printer for Audit Trail Reporting and Programming RK-LINK TM software for Windows® is included + With RK-LINK, you can program one reader, then download that programming to additional readers. Main Menu

14 RK-PS: Power Supply RK-PS plug in power supply is optional, plugs into standard 120vac outlet Powers the RK600 / 600e only Always use separate power supply for the lock Main Menu

15 Basic Installation Each unit (RK600 / RK600e or RKAR) consists of two parts: 1 Mounting Plate 2 Housing Orient the mounting plate with the threaded insert at the bottom: attach it to a single gang J box or attach directly to the wall surface, using anchor screws or toggle bolts. For exterior applications, install the thick gasket between the wall or mounting surface and the back of the mounting plate. Pull the cable ends through the access hole in the mounting plate. Connect plug P1to socket J1 on the RK600 / 600e units. Attach the housing to the mounting plate. Secure by installing the Phillips or Hex Socket tamper-proof screw (supplied) into the hole at the bottom. Main Menu

16 RK-BB Back Box /Spacer used with RK600 / RK600e / RKAR The Optional Spacer extends the RK600 / 600e / RKAR out from the mounting surface and provides additional room for wiring It also helps to minimize the loss of reading distance caused by mounting the unit directly on a metal surface. The spacer can also be used on non-metallic surfaces to provide additional room for wiring connections. Main Menu

17 Installation with Spacer Each (RK600, RK600e Unit or Auxiliary Reader) consists of two parts: the Mounting plate and a Housing. The Back Box / Spacer is optional. Thick Gasket Install the optional Back Box /Spacer between the mounting plate and the mounting surface. Main Menu

18 RK-GM If the RK600 / 600e or Auxiliary Reader must be concealed, the RK-GM glass mount kit can be used to permanently adhere the unit to the back of a glass window. The RK-GM consists of two parts: a large PVC sheet which adheres to the inside of the window, and a smaller adhesive sheet that is used to affix the RK600 / 600e mounting plate to the larger sheet. To allow wires to exit the reader housing, remove the small knockout(s) on the bottom of the housing by prying out with small pliers. Glass Mount Kit Main Menu

19 Basic Operation To use a Card or Key Tag with Radio Key® 600 / 600e, simply hold the Transponder near the Unit or optional Auxiliary Reader. The RK600 / 600e Unit and the Auxiliary Reader generates an RF field, which causes the Card or Key Tag to transmit a unique Transponder ID Number back to the Unit. If the Transponder ID Number is stored in memory, the latch relay is activated, unlocking the controlled door or gate and shunting any external alarms. A green light and a beep indicates that access is granted. Main Menu

20 If the Transponder ID Number is not stored in memory, the door or gate remains locked and a red light and three rapid beeps indicate that access denied. Otherwise the LED is normally off. NOTE: If five incorrect PINs (or passwords) are entered, the Unit will sound an alarm and display a red LED for 30 seconds, then return to normal mode. Main Menu Basic Operation

21 Card ID Numbers Key tags and cards are pre-encoded and engraved at the factory with unique Card ID numbers Cards will not function until Card ID numbers are programmed into the Unit You may assign either a Card Number or a PIN code to each User Number (1 through 600) Record the user number and assigned card or PIN in the User Log Sheet If you attempt to enter a PIN or card ID for a given user, and that user number already has been assigned, the Unit will flash the LED red and beep three times (error code) Main Menu

22 RK600 / 600e User Log Sheet It is recommended that you record all the Transponder ID numbers or PIN Codes to the User Log Sheet provided with the Unit, and keep this information in a secure place. A blank copy of the User Log Sheet has been included with the Unit. Do not write on this form: Use it as a photocopy master. Main Menu

23 RK-600 Programming As you press each key, the reader will chirp to indicate that it has understood the command. The RK-600s built in keypad is used to program the Unit, and the RK-HHP is used to program the RK-600e. Here are the keypad functions: Main Menu RK-HHP Used with RK600e

24 Programming Mode To enter the Program Mode: Use the RK 600 keypad or the HHP: Press Press ENTER The LED will flash an Amber color to let you know that you have entered the programming mode. You may Exit Programming Mode Immediately to bypass the 15 second timeout: Press Mode Press 1 Press ENTER Main Menu

25 Change the Password To Change your Password: Place the Unit into the Program mode: Press THRU Enter the desired new password (54321) exactly 5 digits Press THRU again Repeat the new password (54321) Press ENTER Now the password has been changed to (54321). Main Menu

26 Lost or Forgotten Password A lost or forgotten password can be restored back to the factory default of (12345): Disconnect the power to the Unit. Remove the unit from the mounting bracket. Press and Hold the reset button located on the circuit board. Turn on the power while the reset button is still pressed. Reinstall the Unit to the mounting bracket. This will reset the Unit to the factory default password of Main Menu

27 Add a Transponder By Holding it near the Unit A green light and a beep means that the Transponder was accepted. A red light and three beeps means a Transponder has already been stored for the selected User Number. Just delete the selected User Number or select a new User Number. Place the Unit into the program mode: Press ADD Enter the User Number (12), or any user number (1 to 600) Press ENTER Hold the Transponder near the Unit Record the User Number and Transponder ID Number in the User Log Form. Main Menu

28 Add a Transponder By Entering the Transponder ID: Record the User Number and Transponder ID Number in the User Log Form. Place the Unit into the programming mode: Press ADD Enter the User Number (12) Press THRU Enter the ID number printed on the Transponder (995) Press ENTER A green light and a beep means that the Transponder was accepted. A red light and three beeps means a Transponder has already been stored for the selected User Number. Just delete the selected User Number or select a new User Number. Main Menu

29 Add a Series of Transponders By Holding them near the Unit If one or more Transponders are already entered into the User Number range you have selected, a red light and three beeps will occur, in which case, you must select a different range, or you must delete the entire range before proceeding. Place the Unit into the program mode: Press ADD Enter the User Number (1) Press THRU Enter the Ending User Number (10) Press THRU again Press ENTER Present the Transponders to the Unit in the desired order Record the User Numbers and Transponder ID Numbers in the User Log Form. Main Menu

30 Add a PIN to the System Place the Unit into the program mode: Press ADD Enter the User Number (14) Press ADD Enter the 4-digit PIN Code (3253) Press ENTER Record the User Number and 4 Digit PIN number in the User Log Form. To use the PIN Number to gain access:Press A green light and a beep means that the PIN Number was accepted. A red light and three beeps means a PIN Number has already been stored for the selected User Number. Just delete the selected User Number or select a new User Number. * User Number 4 Digit PIN Main Menu

31 Delete a Transponder or PIN By Entering the User Number A green light and beep means that the Transponder or PIN was deleted. Place the Unit into the program mode: Press VOID Enter the User Number (12) Press ENTER Record the User Number as deleted in the User Log Form. Main Menu

32 Delete a Transponder By Holding it near the Reader A green light and beep means that the Transponder was deleted. Place the Unit into the Program Mode: Press VOID Press ENTER Hold the Transponder near the Unit Record the Transponder as deleted in the User Log Form. Main Menu

33 Delete a Range of Transponders or PIN Numbers By using the User Numbers A green light and beep means that the User Range of (1 to 10) for Transponders or PIN Numbers were deleted. Place the Unit into the program mode: Press VOID Enter the User Number (1) Press THRU Enter the Ending User Number (10) Press ENTER Record this Range of User Numbers as deleted in the User Log Form. Main Menu

34 Delete a Transponder By Entering the Transponder ID A green light and beep means that the transponder (995) was deleted. Place the unit into the program mode: Press VOID Press THRU Enter the ID Number (995) Press ENTER Record this User Number as deleted in the User Log Form. Main Menu

35 Setting the Latch Timer A green light and beep means that the Latch Timer setting was changed to 5 seconds. Place the Unit into the program mode: Press SET TIMER Enter the number of seconds (0 to 30) Press ENTER Main Menu

36 Operating Modes The RK600 may be set into any of three operating modes: Mode 1, Active (Normal)LED is off A valid card or closure of the Remote Open input will activate the relay for the user-configured latch time. Mode 2, Inactive (locked)LED blinks Red This deactivates the reader. No card can activate the relay, but the Remote Open input will activate the relay for the user configured latch time. Mode 3, Door UnlockedLED blinks Green The relay remains activated (door unlocked). Main Menu

37 Set the Operating Mode The Access Control Unit will exit Programming Mode and enter the selected Mode. Place the Unit into the Program Mode: Press Mode Press 1, 2 or 3 Press ENTER 1 Active (Normal)LED is Off 2 Inactive (Locked)LED blinks Red 3 Door (Unlocked)LED blinks Green Main Menu

38 Request to Exit To use the Request to Exit (REX) feature, connect a Normally Open momentary switch to the Orange and Brown wires. You can connect a pushbutton switch, or a Request to Exit PIR. While the switch is closed the relay will activate, the LED will turn solid green, then when the switch is released, the Latch Timer starts, and the relay will deactivate after the latch time expires Main Menu

39 Cannot Enter Program Mode POSSIBLE CAUSE: a. Default Password (12345) has been changed: If the unit has already been operational, then the default password could have been changed. If the password is lost or forgotten, it can be restored to the factory default of (12345). Remove the Unit from the mounting plate. Turn off power to the Unit. Press and Hold the reset button located in the middle near the top of the circuit board, and restore the power with the button pushed. The default password of has now been restored to the Unit. Main Menu

40 Cards do not Unlock the Door POSSIBLE CAUSES: a. The LED flashes Red and causes 3 beeps: The card is not programmed into the unit as valid. Enter the program mode. Enter any program sequence to Add a Card and verify the following: A green light and a beep means that the Transponder was accepted. A red light and three beeps means a Transponder has already been stored for the selected User Number. Just delete the selected User Number (it is already taken) or select a new User Number. Main Menu

41 b. The LED flashes Green once and beeps: The relay might not be energizing, the power supply for the lock is bad, or the lock is bad: To test the relay perform the following test: Disconnect the lock wiring from the unit. Connect an Ohm meter to the same contacts the lock was connected to. Short the Orange and Brown wires (Remote Open) from the unit, and verify that the relay changes state: If it does change, the relay is good and you will need to check the lock power supply, wiring, or the lock. If it does not change, the relay is bad and the unit needs to be replaced. Ohm Meter Main Menu Cards do not Unlock the Door

42 LED Solid Green a.The LED is solid green and the door is unlocked. The input: Orange and Brown wires, or (REX) switch are shorted: POSSIBLE CAUSE: Remove the short or disconnect the switch and the LED will turn off the and the door will lock. All valid cards will unlock the door again. Main Menu

43 LED Flashing Red or Green POSSIBLE CAUSES: a.If the LED is flashing red: The Unit is in the Inactive (Locked) mode, the door is locked, and no valid cards work. To restore the Unit back to the Normal Mode: Place the Unit into the program mode: Press Mode Press 1 Press Enter The LED will stop flashing, the door will lock, and all valid cards will now work. Main Menu

44 b. If the LED is flashing Green: The Unit is in the Door Unlocked Mode, the door is unlocked. To restore the Unit back into the Normal Mode: Place the Unit into the program mode: Press Mode Press 1 Press Enter The LED will stop flashing, the door will lock, and all valid cards will now work. Main Menu LED Flashing Red or Green

45 Constant Beeping POSSIBLE CAUSES: If the Unit beeps and will not turn off (until repowering), check the following: a.The power supply is noisy: Try a new power supply, or connect a 12v battery, if the beeping stops. Replace the power supply. b.If a common power supply is being used for the Unit and Lock: Add separate power supplies for the Unit and lock. Main Menu

46 PIN Code does not Unlock the Door POSSIBLE CAUSES: a. The LED does nothing, no response : The PIN Code was entered wrong. To use a PIN Code with the RK600: you must enter the User Number and then the four digit Pin Code, followed by the Example: (21) is the User Number, (4321) is the Pin Number. To gain entry using this PIN Code enter the following: * Main Menu

47 b. The LED flashes Red and causes 3 beeps: The PIN Code is not programmed into the unit as valid. Place the Unit into the program mode: Press ADD Enter the User Number (14) Press ADD Enter the 4-digit PIN Code (3253) Press ENTER A green light and a beep means that the PIN Code was accepted. A red light and three beeps means a Transponder or PIN Code has already been stored for the selected User Number. Just delete the selected User Number (it is already taken) or select a new User Number. Main Menu PIN Code does not Unlock the Door

48 RK-AT No Communications POSSIBLE CAUSES: a. The PC must have either com ports 1 or 2. If the PC does not have a com port, you can use a USB to RS232 adaptor. During the installation of this adaptor it must be setup as com port 1 or 2. Main Menu

49 b. Verify the wiring. RK-AT wire colorFunctionDB9 PinsSignal Source RedRXD3From PC OrangeCTS4From PC BrownTXD2From AT module BlackGND5 Note: The cable length for the RK-AT is approx 12 inches. If you need to extend the wire (up to 300 feet, 4 conductor shielded, 18 guage) just cut the AT cable in the middle and splice this cable in-between. Main Menu RK-AT No Communications

50 c. The default (12345) Password in the reader may have been changed. If the unit has already been operational, then the default password could have been changed. If the password is lost or forgotten, it can be restored to the factory default of (12345). Remove the Unit from the mounting plate. Turn off power to the Unit. Push the reset button located in the middle near the top of the circuit board, and restore the power with the button pushed. The default password of has now been restored to the Unit. Main Menu RK-AT No Communications

51 d. The com port on the PC or the RK-AT could be bad. Try connecting a different PC with RK-Link installed to see if you can communicate. If communications have been restored, then the com port on the PC is bad. If there are still no communications, then the RK-AT is bad and needs to be replaced. Main Menu RK-AT No Communications


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