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M
OUNTING THE UNIT
1.
Remove power to the control panel, or 4-door controller, as
applicable.
2.
Remove the two front panel screws at the bottom of the RAS
(see figure
), and then remove the RAS back plate. Retain the
screws to secure the RAS later.
3.
Position the RAS back plate (with the tamper spring at the top)
against the mounting surface to determine the locations of
mounting holes and for cabling access. (A reduced card reading
range may occur if mounted on a metal surface.)
4.
Mount the back plate on a flat surface using four screws (the
hole nearest the tamper spring must have a screw in order for
the tamper switch to work correctly).
5.
Terminate the cable, as required (see Wiring details below).
6.
For on-line mode, set the BUS address (DIP switches 1 through
4). For on-line mode, set the TERM switch (DIP switch 5) as
required. For off-line mode, the TERM switch must be off (up).
See DIP switch settings for details.
7.
Mount the RAS on the back plate by engaging the top, and then
lowering the RAS to be flat against the back plate. The rear
tamper switch must be sealed for the system to work correctly.
Ensure that the back plate tamper spring rests on the tamper
switch actuator (protruding from the resin in the back of the
RAS) when the RAS is in position.
8.
Fix the RAS to the back plate using the two screws removed
earlier from the bottom of the RAS.
9.
Apply power to the control panel, or the 4-door controller.
10. For on-line mode, use an LCD RAS on the BUS (or the system's
management software) to program polling and set up the
required items for the new RAS. In particular, the ATS1197 RAS
must be programmed as a non-LCD RAS.
11. Check that the ATS1197 is communicating correctly and verify
that the tamper switch is working properly (i.e. "RAS Tamper" is
not showing on the LCD RAS).
IMPORTANT:
!
All power should be turned off to the control panel
before wiring the RAS.
L
(
OCATION OF FEATURES
FIGURE
1. Red/Green dual colour LED
2. Yellow LED
C
ONNECTING CONTROL PANEL TO KEYPAD
Refer to the ATS control panel installation guide for instructions.
T
S
AMPER
WITCH
The ATS1197 tamper switch is closed when the unit is fitted on the
mounting plate. In operation, the LCD display will show "RAS
Tamper" when not closed.
RAS DIP S
S
WITCH
ETTINGS
A row of DIP switches is located on the rear of the RAS (figure
and is used for setting the RAS address and the bus termination
(TERM) condition. These settings are described in the following
sections.
1. RAS Address
Set the RAS address using switches 1 to 4.
Switch in "UP" position is off, and switch in "DOWN" position is on.
2. TERM Switch
Use switch 5 to set TERM to 'ON', if needed.
There must be no more than two TERM switches or links set to 'ON'
for any bus. Refer to the control panel installation guide for details
about the use of TERM switches or links.
Note:
'ON' is indicated as black (down)
Example: RAS 2 = On, Off, Off, Off,
)
3. Red LED
4. Locking screws
RAS
(
)
FIGURE
C
ONNECTIONS
Colour
Red
+12 V nominal (8.5 to 14 VDC supply)
The RAS can be powered using the bus + and – power
from the control panel if the distance between the RAS
and the control panel does not exceed 100 m (328
feet). Otherwise the RAS can be powered by AUX
PWR from a DGP, or by an auxiliary power supply.
Black
0V (DC supply ground)
Green
D0/D– /Clock, may be used for D0 (Wiegand data), D–
(RS485 data), Magnetic stripe clock. Normal operating
voltage 0 to +5 V (absolute maximum, +12 V).
White
D1/D+ /Data, may be used for D1 (Wiegand data), D+
(RS485 data), magnetic stripe data. Normal operating
voltage 0 to +5 V (absolute maximum, +12 V).
The RAS is connected to the ATS panel via the RS485
data bus, up to 1.5 km from the control panel or the
four-door controller DGP. Use the 2-pair twisted,
shielded data cable (WCAT52/54)(recommended).
The shield of any bus cable must be connected to
system ground at one end only. The ATS111x RAS is
not provided with an Earth connection for this purpose.
If the bus is 'daisy-chained' to the RAS, ensure that
the shield of the cable is joined to provide continuity of
data cable shield.
Blue
Buzzer/Beeper, may be used for offline buzzer control.
Brown
Application depends on selection of RAS menu option
2—Off-line LED control. See Programming.
Yellow
Application depends on selection of RAS menu option
2—Off-line LED control (see programming). When not
used for two wire LED control, yellow wire may be
used for
Button should be connected to GND. See 10—RTE
(Egress) Control.
Violet
Open collector output, configurable as Door output,
Tamper output, or magnetic stripe data present. This is
a low current output and must not be used to directly
energize high current door openers. (Absolute
maximum, 14 V @ 50 mA)
Note: When using a door control relay, always place a
suppression diode (e.g. a 1N4001) across the relay
coil
S
LED I
TATUS
Connected to ATS control panel or access control panel
Green/Red
(disarm/arm)
)
Yellow
(ready)
Red
(alarm)
Connected to a Wiegand or Magnetic Stripe interface
Green/Red
2
Application
• Wire open or +5 V to +12 V: buzzer off (Absolute
maximum, +14 V).
• Wire grounded (0V): buzzer on.
• RTE input when online to ATS
• connection to a simple push button for operation in
RTE Only mode
• connection to a button for use in RTE + Arm/Disarm
mode.
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)
NDICATIONS
FIGURE
Green when all areas assigned to the RAS's
alarm group are disarmed or when screen-saver is
active. Flashing green when running on battery
(mains power off) or during unlock time when area
disarmed.
Red if all areas assigned to the RAS's alarm group
are armed. Flashing red during unlock time when
area armed.
LED off if at least one and less than all areas
assigned to the RAS's alarm group are armed
Active when all zones in areas assigned to the
RAS are normal (or active if RAS configured as
ATS1156)
Flashing when any areas assigned to the RAS is in
alarm state.
Green
On when yellow wire is at 0V
Red
On when brown wire is at 0V
Yellow
On when yellow AND brown wire at 0V
LED off When yellow and brown wire are

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