OmniTek OP10, OP45, OP40, OP20, OP90, OP30 User Manual

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Installation Instructions

OmniProx™ Reader

Model Series OP10/20/30/40/45/90

 

K5336 Rev. 9, 11-Sep-2003

WHAT IS THE Honeywell OmniProx™ READER?

The OmniProx Reader is an RFID proximity card reader to be installed for use with access control systems.

These installation instructions contain the following information:

Mounting Instructions

Connecting the reader to the host

Testing and operation of the reader

Visit www.omniprox.com for the latest information and technical support.

HOW TO MOUNT THE READER

Figure 1 shows the front view of the OmniProx. When mounting models OP10/20/30/40/45, the snap-off cover must be removed to access the screw holes.

Figure 1

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Check all electrical codes for proper installation.

Card Reader Models OP10/20/30/40/45/90 are to be UL used with control panels whose power supply is UL

listed Class 2 or equivalent.

HOW TO CONNECT THE READER TO THE HOST

The OmniProx Reader is supplied with an 18-inch pigtail, having a 6-conductor cable. To connect the reader to the host, perform the following steps:

1.If there is a connector on the end of the cable (used during manufacture for testing purposes), cut it off. Prepare both the reader cable and host cables by cutting the cable jacket back 1¼ inches and strip the wires ½ inch.

2.Splice the reader pigtail wires to the corresponding host wires and cover each connection (see Figure 2).

3.If the tamper output is being utilized, connect the purple wire to the correct input on the host.

4.Trim and cover all conductors that are not used.

Figure 2 below shows how you should wire the reader to the host.

SNAP ON/OFF TOP COVERS:

Hides mounting screws and protects the reader

The model OP90 uses a security screw on the bottom of the reader to secure the cover. Remove this security screw using the supplied tool. Then slide the back plate down slightly and then lift it up from the bottom. Select the desired mounting holes and drill them out.

Mount the reader with the appropriate screws (not supplied) as indicated on the template.

To surface mount the reader, perform the following:

1.Determine an appropriate mounting position for the reader.

2.Peel off the back of the self-stick mounting label template included with the unit and place at the desired mounting position. (Additional templates can be downloaded from www.omniprox.com.)

3.Using the template as a guide, drill two holes (hole size is indicated on mounting template) for mounting the reader to the surface.

4.Drill a 1/2” (13 mm) hole for the cable. If mounting on metal, place a grommet or electrical tape around the edge of the hole.

5.Route the interface cable from the reader and/or power supply to the host. A linear type power supply is recommended.

Figure 2

Wiring Notes:

1.The individual wires coming out of the reader are color coded according to the recommended Wiegand standard.

2.If either 5 or 12 volts are available, use 12 volts for better performance.

3.When using a separate power supply for the reader, the reader, power supply and host must have a common ground.

4.The recommended cable depends on the distance from the reader to the host. See Table 1 on the next page for the correct wire gage based upon distance. Larger wire gauges are acceptable. The wire must be stranded with an overall shield, either foil or braided. If the tamper is not being used, 5 conductor cable is required; otherwise 6 conductor cable is required.

5.The cable shield wire on the reader should be attached to an Earth ground (best) or signal ground connection at the panel or power supply end of the cable. This configuration is best for shielding the reader cable from external interference.

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TABLE 1: WIRE GAGE SPECIFICATIONS

Distance

Gage

5 Conductor

6 Conductor

≤ 200 ft. (61m)

22

Alpha 1295C

Alpha 1296C

≤300 ft. (91m)

20

Alpha 58126

Alpha 58126

≤ 500 ft. (153 m)

18

Alpha 58136

Alpha 58136

 

 

 

 

Note: Recommended cable is only a guideline, use any manufacturer that meets the gage and shield specifications.

HOW TO TEST AND OPERATE THE READER

The reader should be tested after wiring it to a power supply and the host. Do this by performing the following steps:

1.Power up the reader. The LED and beeper will activate three times. This indicates that the reader is working properly.

2.Present the appropriate type of ID card to the reader. (See Table 2 for the correct card type based on the reader model.) The LED will momentarily flash green and a short beep will be emitted. This indicates that the card was read properly by OmniProx.

3.After the card data is processed by the host, the host can then turn the LED green or yellow. Refer to the host description of the LED operation if the reader LED is controlled by the host.

Table 2: Model Number vs. Feature Matrix

Model

UL Listing

Card

Output

Read

Number

Part #

Type

Format

Range

 

 

 

 

(Max.)*

OP10-FW

AY-K10

HID

Wiegand

3”

 

 

 

 

 

OP20-FW

AY-J10

HID

Wiegand

4”

OP30-FW

AY-L10

HID

Wiegand

5”

 

 

 

 

 

OP40-FW

AY-H10

HID

Wiegand

4”

 

 

 

 

 

OP45-FW

AY-M10

HID

Wiegand

4”

 

 

 

 

 

OP90-FW

AY-Q10

HID

Wiegand

1.5”

 

 

 

 

 

*Measured using HID Corp. Prox Card II (P/N 1326LSSMV) or equivalent and the corresponding OmniProx reader powered at 12 volts. Range also depends on electrical environment and/or proximity to metal.

SPECIFICATIONS

Electrical Characteristics:

Power Supply Type:

Linear type Recommended

Operating Voltage Range:

5.0 – 16 VDC (Operational down to 4.25 VDC)

Maximum input current:

OP10, OP20, OP90

Standby: 35 mA Read: 50 mA

OP30, OP40, OP45

Standby: 35 mA

Read: 100 mA

Tamper Output

Open collector, active low, max.sink current is 16 mA

Maximum Cable Distance to Host:

500 ft. (150 meters)

Card Read Distance:

See Table 2

Regulatory Approvals:

USA: UL 294 Listed & FCC Part 15 B

(Model OP90 is not yet UL listed)

Europe: CE Listed

Operating Temperature Range:

-25° F to 145° F (-31°C to 63°C)

Operating Humidity:

0 to 95% (non condensing) Suitable for outdoor use

Dimensions:

OP10:

3.15” (80mm) L x 1.58” (40mm) W x 0.50” (12.8mm) D

OP20:

4.73” (120mm) L x 1.65” (42mm) W x 0.55” (14mm) D

OP30:

5.71” (145mm) L x 1.69” (43mm) W x 0.79” (20mm) D

OP40:

4.33” (110mm) L x 2.96” (75mm) W x 0.59” (15mm) D

OP45:

3.5” (89mm) L x 3.5” (89mm) W x 0.59” (15mm) D

OP90:

4.72” (120mm) L x 3” (76mm) W x 1” (27mm) D

For additional information on the Wiegand™ Protocol, see “Access Control Standard – Wiegand Card Reader Interface SIA AC-01 (1996.10)” which can be purchased from SIA (see www.siaonline.org)

OmniProx models with HID compatibility are capable of reading genuine HID cards under the terms of a license agreement between HID Corp. and the ADEMCO Group.

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