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6 April 20041 PXL-500/-510 Tiger Controller II. 6 April 20042 The PXL-500 Controller Manages up to 65,535 cardholders Buffers up to 3,640 events –Events.

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1 6 April PXL-500/-510 Tiger Controller II

2 6 April The PXL-500 Controller Manages up to 65,535 cardholders Buffers up to 3,640 events –Events stored in FIFO (First-In-First-Out) order

3 6 April The PXL-500 Controller Controller addressing via push-button and LEDs NO dip switches to set

4 6 April The PXL-500 Controller Auto configuration: –Doors software automatically downloads controller/network information - no manual data entry –Controller network termination

5 6 April The PXL-500 Controller Auto configuration: –Controller communication mode (direct connect, modem, Ethernet) –SB-593 Satellite board installation

6 6 April The PXL-500 Controller Inputs and Outputs are transient protected Handles either –1 or 2 Readers for single door In/Out control OR –Two doors using optional SB-593 Satellite board

7 6 April Power Specifications Power A –Worst case current draw – with all features and options active Current Draw –120 mA for the PXL-500 –150 mA for an SB-593 –50 mA to 200 mA dependent upon reader type 1 –200 mA for a LAN-500 Relay Contact Rating - 24 VDC 1 – Wiegand readers may draw more current, refer to the reader’s manual for specifics

8 6 April Wiring Specifications RS-232 Serial Communication Cable –3 conductor, shielded, stranded, AWG feet maximum run length (per RS-232 spec) RS-485 Controller Network Cable –1-pair, twisted, shielded, stranded, AWG-24 16,000 feet total network run length

9 6 April Wiring Specifications Controller Power –2 conductor, stranded, AWG-18 –200 feet maximum run length Earth Ground –Single conductor, AWG-18 (or larger gauge) –Minimize run length for best grounding conditions

10 6 April Wiring Specifications Input and Output Lines –2 conductor, stranded, AWG-22 –500 feet maximum run length Readers –6 conductor, shielded, stranded (for Keri Prox) –4 to 7 conductor, shielded, stranded (for Wiegand, by reader type) –MS-3000, MS-4000, MS feet maximum run length with AWG-24 –MS feet maximum run length with AWG-20

11 6 April Typical Application Diagram

12 6 April Block Diagram - Communication RS-485 Controller Network RS-232 PC to Master Controller LAN-500 Ethernet PXL-510 Alarm Panel PXL-510 Serial Port

13 6 April Block Diagram Reader Connections EE Prom Unit Protection

14 6 April Block Diagram Address LED Battery Status LEDs

15 6 April Controller Block Diagram Unit Power Inputs and Outputs Selection Switch

16 6 April PCB Features Microprocessors –CPU to manage controller general operation –RISC* processor to manage I/O processing –RISC* processor to manage the Reader receivers * (Reduced Instruction Set Computer )

17 6 April PCB Features Socketed EE Prom and PIC –Quick, easy firmware updates Battery –5-year, Lithium

18 6 April PCB Features Quick disconnect terminals for all wiring connections Unique RS-485 connector –easily distinguish network connection from other connections Red power connector –easily distinguish power from other connections

19 6 April Certifications CE Declaration of Conformity C-Tick CSA C22.2 No. 142 UL 508 Part XVII FCC

20 6 April Communications - PC to Master Controller RS-232 serial port (TB-12) –Controller automatically detects connection type

21 6 April Communications - PC to Master Controller –Via direct serial connection OR –Via a pair of modems

22 6 April Communications - PC to Master Controller Optional, plug-in TCP/IP module (TB-13) –Controller automatically detects TCP/IP connection –Jumpers reconfigure communication

23 6 April Communications - Inter-Controller Network RS-485 serial port (TB-1) –Auto-configuration of network termination –Total network length up to 16,000 feet –Network configuration flexibility “T” and “star” configurations –Single, twisted-pair, shielded cable –Link up to 128 controllers and 256 doors

24 6 April Communications - Options PXL-510 – with second serial COM port –Used as the Alarm Panel interface (TB-11), connecting to Caddx NX8E alarm panels

25 6 April Inputs Inputs (TB-4) –Door Status –Request to Exit –Global Unlock (1) or –Aux/Secondary RTE (2) (1)Master controller only (2)Master or slave controllers

26 6 April Outputs Form-C Output Relays (TB-3) –Door Lock –Alarm In a Form-C relay, the common always creates a complete circuit with either –The normally-open contact OR –The normally-closed contact

27 6 April Readers 2 Reader ports per Controller Controls either 1 or 2 doors –In / Out control of 1 door –2-door control with optional SB-593 board

28 6 April Readers - PXL-500P Exclusively for MS-Series Proximity Readers –MS-3000 –MS-4000 –MS-5000 –MS-7000 A-Reader: Single Door, In Door, or Door 1 (TB-5) B-Reader: Out Door or Door 2 with SB-593 (TB-6)

29 6 April Readers - PXL-500W For Wiegand compatible reader technologies –Pyramid Associates Readers (P-300, P-400, P-500, P-600, P-700) –Bar code, mag-stripe, biometric, etc. A-Reader: Single Door, In Door, or Door 1 (TB-5) B-Reader: Out Door or Door 2 with SB-593 (TB-6)

30 6 April Readers - PXL-500W Warning LED (LED-10) –Lights when 12 VDC is selected (as shown in picture) –Protects 5 VDC readers from over-voltage condition Jumper selectable (JP-5) for either 5 or 12 VDC Wiegand readers (5 VDC is the factory setting)

31 6 April Unit Addressing LED Display –Address displayed via easy-to-read LEDs –Provides diagnostic information –Displays over or under supply voltage value

32 6 April Unit Addressing Selection Button (S1) –Set unit address no DIP or rocker switches no PC pre-configuring –Select diagnostic options

33 6 April Unit Reset Reset Jumper (JP3) –Clears unit memory and resets unit –Used in conjunction with S1

34 6 April Master versus Slave Operation Master Controller –Must be assigned address “01” –Manages communication between host PC and the controller network –Handles presentation card enrollment (using A-Reader), Show Photo, and ID Card features Slave Controllers –Can be assigned any other unique address from “02” to “128” –Do not have to be addressed in sequential order

35 6 April Status LEDs TXD and RXD for RS-232 –LEDs 2 and 3 for primary serial port –LEDs 4 and 5 for optional serial port –LEDs flicker red/green as data is transferred

36 6 April Status LEDs Lock Relay –Lights when relay is active Alarm Relay –Lights when relay is active

37 6 April Status LEDs Power –Lights GREEN when power is ON and OK –Lights RED when power is over or under specification Communications for RS- 485 –Flickers red/green as data is transferred

38 6 April System Protection The PXL-5xx controller has the following system protection features: –Metal-oxide Varistors –Transorbs –Gas Discharge Tube –Fused over/under voltage detection –Power status LEDs –Socketed RS-485 IC

39 6 April System Protection Power Status (Fuse) LED –Warns the installer of unsafe power conditions –Glows RED if power is reversed –Glows GREEN if there is a power line short or an over current draw condition

40 6 April System Protection Gas Discharge Tube –Protect the PCB from damage caused by transients and power surges MOVs –Protect relays from damage caused by transients and power surges

41 6 April System Protection Socketed RS-485 communication IC –For quick repair of damage caused by voltage spikes

42 6 April System Protection Thermal Fuse opens under unsafe power or current conditions CAUTION – Do not touch this component, it is very hot during operation

43 6 April System Protection Transorbs protect all signal inputs from damage caused by transients and power surges

44 6 April Environmental Operating Range Temperature –0° to 140 °F (-18° to 60° C) Humidity –0% to 90% relative humidity, non-condensing

45 6 April SB-593 Satellite Expansion Board Jumper selectable for either: –Second door control with 2 programmable outputs and 6 programmable inputs OR –4 programmable outputs and 8 programmable inputs Uses Form C relays

46 6 April SB-593 Satellite Expansion Board Snaps into place on the PXL-500 controller –align header connectors and plastic mounting pins to corresponding locations on controller and press into place Installation LEDs –indicates correct board installation

47 6 April SB-593 Satellite Expansion Board Controller auto-detects an installed SB-593 –no additional configuration needed Status LEDs –Indicate relay active/inactive status Relay Contact Rating 24 VDC

48 6 April Options - LCD-1 LCD-1 - plug-in liquid-crystal display for: –Firmware revision –Date and time –Diagnostic information

49 6 April Options - LAN-50/100/500 Provides low cost TCP/IP communication using either: –LAN-50/100 external modules –LAN-500 plug-in module IT experience required for proper configuration of LAN device

50 6 April Options - Alarm Panel Interface Fully integrated access and alarm panel control using the secondary serial port on the PXL- 510 panel Interfaces with the Caddx NX-8E alarm panel

51 6 April Options - Alarm Panel Interface Use Doors software to: –Easily manage access and alarm panel users –Report alarm system activity Arm/disarm alarm system using access system Readers

52 6 April Options - Video Badging Fully integrated access control and badging Design and print badges with photos and custom graphics Keri also offers a Badging Service

53 6 April Options - Video Badging Single database entry point for user access and badging information On-demand badge holder photo display

54 6 April Integrated Telephone Entry Entraguard Gold –Fully integrated access control and telephone entry using Keri’s Entraguard product line –Easily manage access and telephone entry users via Keri’s Doors software –Either in radiant keypad or mechanical keypad versions


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