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Data Transmission - GE ATS1197 Manual

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The yellow wire controls the LED 1 green (Disarm). Wire
grounded (0V): LED 1 green on, wire open or at +5 V to +14 V:
LED 1 off.
Both yellow and brown wires grounded (0V), LED 1 is on yellow.
Not valid when used on GE Security products.
For one-wire LED control, the brown wire controls LED 1 green-red
dual colour.
Grounded or 0V, LED 1 green on.
+5 to 15V: LED 1 red is on.
Open or high Z, or +2.5V: LED 1 off.
Menu 3, Valid Card Flash
If enabled (default), the green LED will give one short flash when the
card is badged. The panel controls subsequent flashes.
Menu 4, Night Light
A dimly lit keypad backlight provides the night-light to easily locate
the keypad in dark locations (enabled by default).
Menu 5, Protocol options
This option selects the method by which the reader sends data to the
panel. The options are Wiegand (default) or Magnetic stripe. See
option 16 for more data on transmitted data details.
Menu 6, Card Beep
If enabled (default), the beeper will give a short beep when a card is
badged. The panel controls subsequent beeper activity.
Menu 7, Watch Dog
Offline mode only. If enabled, one byte of data is sent to the host
every minute to indicate that the RAS is connected and operating
normally. If the ATS1197 tamper is active, the data byte will not be
sent (disabled by default).
Menu 8, O/C output
Select one of the following options:
Door relay (on-line mode only) — The open collector output
activates (active low) when the door open signal is sent to the
ATS1197 (default setting).
Tamper output (on-line or off-line modes) — The open collector
output activates (active low) when the ATS1197 Tamper is
active.
Card data present (off-line mode only) — The open collector
output activates (active low) when the card data is being sent to
the host.
Menu 9, Option Card
This option enables (default setting) and disables the use of reader
configuration (option) cards at the reader. If an installer wishes to
prevent the modification of the reader setup by configuration card,
this option should be disabled.
Menu 10, RTE (Egress)
The RAS is fitted with Request To Exit (RTE) control (yellow wire).
The Open Collector output (violet wire) may be used to control a door
relay. RTE is only available in on-line mode.
There are three options to choose from:
RTE Disabled. When RTE is not used, it is recommended that it
is disabled.
RTE Only. This option requires a simple push button to be
connected to the yellow wire. A press of the button will release
the door lock relay. Used for a quick exit from an Area (enabled
by default).
RTE Arm/Disarm. Do not use
Menu 11, Factory Defaults
This option returns all RAS settings to the factory default condition.
Menu 13, Last Card
This option displays the number of the last card badged on the
reader, in the format: Facility Code/System Code, ID Number or as
raw card data (depends on setting of security mode).
Menu 16, Security Mode
This option selects the type of user card the reader will recognise.
The reader will recognise configuration and default cards in both
modes. The possible modes are as follows:
Unsecured Mode (default setting) — The reader will recognise
blank or un-programmed cards only, by using the card's unique
serial number. The 4-byte security password is not used.
Unsecured mode requires the use of an expanded memory
system.
Secured Mode — Only cards programmed on the
ATS1620/1621/1622 programmer will be recognised in this
mode. The 4-byte security password is used.
D
ATA TRANSMISSION
The following tables list the formats by which the card reader
transmits data, as determined by:
Whether the reader is used on-line or off-line, and by
Menu option 5—Protocol Options (Wiegand or Magnetic stripe),
and by
Menu option 16—Security Mode (Secured or Unsecured).
Note: In on-line mode, select 'Wiegand' in menu 5 to use 26 or 27 bit
data, or select 'Magnetic stripe' to use 32 bit data.
Card Format
Secured
When badged on a
reader, 26 or 27 bit
data is transmitted,
depending on whether
the card is
programmed as
Wiegand 26 bit or
Aritech Wiegand ASC.
Unsecured
When an unsecured card is badged on a reader
using the magnetic stripe format, 32 bit data is
transmitted.
Card Format
Secured
When badged on a
reader, 26 or 27 bit
data is transmitted,
depending on whether
the card is
programmed as
Wiegand 26 bit or
Aritech Wiegand ASC.
Unsecured
When badged on a
reader using the
Wiegand protocol,
Aritech Wiegand ASC
data is transmitted.
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On-line
Reader protocol
Wiegand
Magnetic Stripe
When badged on a
reader, 32 bit data is
transmitted.
Off-line
Reader protocol
Wiegand
Magnetic Stripe
When badged on a
reader, Magnetic
stripe format data is
transmitted.
A "card present" signal
is available on the
relay output (violet
wire), if selected in
menu option 8—Open
Collector Output.
When badged on a
reader using the
magnetic stripe
protocol, Magnetic
stripe data is
transmitted.

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