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Installation and Operating Instructions
TRS-3300, TRS-3330, TRS-3350
Item no. 029802.UL, 029803.UL, 029804.UL
P40140-49-UL0-01
Software-Version
Subject to change
without notice
1.xx
18.09.2006

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  • Page 1 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS-3300, TRS-3330, TRS-3350 Item no. 029802.UL, 029803.UL, 029804.UL P40140-49-UL0-01 Software-Version Subject to change without notice 1.xx 18.09.2006...
  • Page 2 This manual contains information which is protected by ownership rights and subject to copyright. All rights are protected. This manual may be copied neither in its entirety nor in part, nor reproduced in any other way without the previous consent of Honeywell International Inc.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Table of Contents Terminal equipments ............. 4 General Information .
  • Page 4: Terminal Equipments

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Terminal equipment - TRS 3300 Time Recording Terminal 12V without integrated reader Item no.: 029802.UL - TRS 3330 Time Recording Terminal 12V with proX2-reader Item no.: 029803.UL - TRS 3350 Time Recording Terminal 12V with mifare-reader Item no.: 029804.UL Scope of delivery: - Terminal...
  • Page 5: General Information

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx General Information Entry types Standard entries for time recording: Entering (Clock in), Exiting (Clock out), business errand (Away on business out / Away on business in) as well as 200 individually definable Info entries such as inquiries of personal accounts (time, absence or type of wage accounts).
  • Page 6: Connection Possibillities

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Connection possibilities 2.4.1 Overview The device can be connected via one of the integrated interfaces Conection Protocol Configuration example Ethernet Event RJ45, CAT 5 or higher, 1:1 via Hub/Switch, cross over for (UDP) direct connection to a PC/Notebook (TCP/IP) RS 485 3-wire...
  • Page 7 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Example 2: Bus controller (external/internal) RS 485 3-wire technique, 1 or 2 lines.
  • Page 8 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Example 3: Bus controller (external/internal) RS 485 5-wire technique, 1 or 2 lines:...
  • Page 9 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Example 4: Connection via interface converter RS 485 5-wire technique, 1 or 2 lines: Example 5: Direct connection via RS 232 (COMx) For modem connection use the connection cable belonging to the modem.
  • Page 10: Mounting / Installation

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 3. Mounting / Installation Caution! Disconnect the power supply before opening the device (switch off circuit breaker or fuse / remove the plug of the external power supply)! Indication of use: The TRS 33xx time recording terminal is purely meant for recording bookings.
  • Page 11 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Protection against tamper: The locking screw can not be opened with a common Allen wrench. Swing the device open to the front. Feed the cables for power supply and host connection through the opening and connect them in accordance to chapter 2.4 and chapter 8 (the example shows an Ethernet connection).
  • Page 12 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx As an alternative the front (upper part) of the device can be removed completely for mounting. For this, the cables must not at all be connected, or must be removed (see also step 3b). Unmount the support cable In ex-works condition the side covers are not assebled.
  • Page 13 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx g / h) ...then it can be pulled off the locking pins. Connect / attach the connection cables for power supply and host according to chapter 2.4 and Kapitel 8. Abschlusswiderstände setzen gemäß Kapitel 8. Shut the device (Caution, do not squeeze or tear off any cable), tighten the locking screw and latch the screw cover.
  • Page 14: Dismounting

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Dismounting Generally the dismounting of the terminal occurs in reverse order as described in chapter 3.1. Before removing the upper part, the right side cover must be removed (recommended to use a screw driver)
  • Page 15: Operation And Indication Elements

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Operating and Indication Elements...
  • Page 16: System-setup

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx System-Setup Initial Installation The first time the terminal is turned on, the TRS 33xx begins with some system messages that run automatically until it calls for the user to set the parameters in the terminal by means of the time recording software.
  • Page 17: Start System-setup

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 5.1.1 Start System-Setup As long as the settings in the System-Setup have not been carried out, the device is not able to communicate with the time recording software. Due to this reason the Offline symbol (a) is displayed. The request to enter the system code is prompted: The system code is to be entered via the numeric keys of the decimal keypad.
  • Page 18 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx If a wrong entry of the system code is made, you either can wait for the expiration of the timeout or terminate with <ESC>. The display shows again the initial state (see previous page). The required entries are to be repeated.
  • Page 19: Individual Settings Of System-setup

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 5.1.2 Individual settings of System-Setup The examples following use a simplified display presentation in order to accentuate the essential information. Language possible values: German / English In this parameter, the language is defined that is used in the following. The displays during booting remain English, independent of the selected language.
  • Page 20 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Suppress AOB-In function parameter possible values: No = default / Yes = set parameter To separate a normal Clock in/Clock out entry from a business absence, a person away on business uses the entry type “AOB-out” (AOB = Away on business). See also chapter 6 = Operations. Default: At the return from a business trip “AOB-in”...
  • Page 21 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Overview of the parameters required per protocol type...
  • Page 22 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Meaning of the individual parameter (in alphabetical order) 3-wire / 5-wire: Selection of the wiring according to chapter 2.4. Address / Terminal address: possible values: Addresse - 32 The <Terminal address> must have a value between 1 und 32 and may only exist once per bus controller (uniqueness!).
  • Page 23 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx this, the general network performance will be less derogated. Each terminal needs its own virtual address (MVA) for identification. The current value is displayed. It can be changed via the decimal keypad to one of the allowed values if necessary. A virtual destination address (DVA) can be allocated to each terminal (that is the participant, the terminal transmitts its data to).
  • Page 24 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Local IP: The local (own) IP-address of the device must be entered fixed (even with DHCP-servers a fix IP-address is necessary). The individual IP-address is to be requested at the network administrator. The IP-address is the address, under which the connected device can be uniquely identified and addressed in the network via the Ethernet interface card.
  • Page 25 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx immediately after brief offline operation. To enable this to function smoothly, the external bus controller needs to be equipped with an accumulator because, otherwise, the controller will not automatically begin with the polling after a power failure. The software version of the bus controller's EPROM must be at least release no.
  • Page 26 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 7. Reader type parameter: possible values: Magnetic/Chip card/Proximity/ Wiegand/infrared/inductive/variable ISO-Code The <Reader type> specifies the reader built into the TRS 33xx according to the physical principle of its operation mode. The devices with integrated (proX2, mifare) reader correspond to the contactless (proximity) reading principle.
  • Page 27 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Overview about the coding types and selection / input possibilities The following overview refers to the both standard integrated reader types. The information about start and length refer to the most used types of coding. The coding types can (with exceptions) be used for each reader type.
  • Page 28 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 10. Display activation time: possible values: 0 - 254 minutes To reduce the power consumption, in this parameter a timeout in minutes can be defined to switch off the background illumination of the display, if no key has been pressed or no card has been read within. The next action (keystroke or reading) illuminates the display again.
  • Page 29 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 14. Standard display type parameter: possible values: No display / Time total / Balance / Free time (Applies only when the "Ignore logtime depending error reports" parameter is set to "Y" !) This parameter is intended especially for OEM applications to set the account value generally to be displayed as entry confirmation.
  • Page 30 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx The reader test offers the possibility to read out found, not marked identity cards. The terminal displays ID card number, version number and system number of the cards read. The clock test displays the current terminal date and the current terminal time. Each of this test routines can be terminated by pressing any key.
  • Page 31: Modify System-setup

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Modify System-Setup If the system data are to be modified at a terminal that is already parameterized, the Info softkey (at the far right) must be pressed in any display (example without a switch over table). Press briefly F1 in the following selection of the defined info fields (see.
  • Page 32: Adjust Brightness / Contrast

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Adjust Brightness / Contrast Disconnect the device from the power supply. Press the F1 key and re-establish the power supply. Open the device Keep the F1 key pressed anpush the reset-push button (see chapter 8 = Assembly diagram). The following resolution pattern appears: The softkey Contr./BL can e used to select between contrast and brightness...
  • Page 33: Operation

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Operation Indications 6.1.1 Basic condition The display in basic condtition is depending on an existing switch-over table defined in the time recording software. If no switch-over table is defined, or not found for the current time, the device displays time, day, date and and promts to strike one of the four user keys (softkeys).
  • Page 34: Online

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 6.1.2 Online This symbol is displayed in the right upper corner, if a physical connection / communication to the time recording software exists or can be established within a defined time (see. chapter 5.1.2 Individual settings of System-Setup, step 5, Communication timeout).
  • Page 35: Entry Types At Theterminal

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Entry types at theTerminal In this chapter the operation possibilities and functions of the terminals are described. The following display presentations are reduced to the essential contents. There is no switsch-over table defined in the terminal and also no special option activated.
  • Page 36 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx b) Terminal is online, but answer from time recording software takes too long The terminal is situated in basic condition (see chapter 6.1.1) and awaits key activity. The employee presses the key assigned with "Clock-in", the terminal expects the entry, presented by the symbol: The employee books, the entry is processed in the time recording software.
  • Page 37 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx c) Terminal is online, but entry sequence is not correct If an employee missed the correct entry sequence, for example the following display will appear: In this case, the employee must make a Clock-out entry to maintain the entry rhythm. d) Terminal is offline The terminal is offline (see chapter 6.1.3), indicated by the symbol: The further procedue is according to step b).
  • Page 38: Clock Out Entry

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 6.2.1.2 Clock-out entry a) Terminal is online The terminal is situated in basic condition (see chapter 6.1.1) and awaits key activity. The employee presses the key assigned with "Clock-out", the terminal expects the entry, presented by the symbol: The employee books, the entry is processed in the time recording software.
  • Page 39 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx b) Terminal is online, but answer from time recording software takes too long The terminal is situated in basic condition (see chapter 6.1.1) and awaits key activity. The employee presses the key assigned with "Clock-out", the terminal expects the entry, presented by the symbol: The employee books, the entry is processed in the time recording software.
  • Page 40 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx c) Terminal is online, but entry sequence is not correct If an employee missed the correct entry sequence, for example the following display will appear: In this case, the employee must make a Clock-in entry to maintain the entry rhythm. d) Terminal is offline The terminal is offline (see chapter 6.1.3), indicated by the symbol: The further procedue is according to step b).
  • Page 41: Business Errand Entry

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 6.2.2 Business errand entry The business errand entry shows that an employee authorized for outside official business (personnel master record) leaves his workplace during the working time to undertake official business outside of his working facility. This can be a brief absence in an other building as well as business trips over several days.
  • Page 42: Business Errand Entry With Reason 1

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 6.2.2.2 Business Errand entry with reason 1 Procedure as described in 6.2.2.1, but a reason (in this variant consecutively numbered) must be selected (using the arrow keys) before the entry can be done. 6.2.2.3 Business Errand entry with reason 2 Procedure as described in 6.2.2.1, but a reason (in this variant the reason is displayed in plain-text) must be selected (using the arrow keys) before the entry can be done.
  • Page 43: Neutral Entries

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 6.2.3 Neutral Entries With OEM applications, a switch-over table can be defined to display the entry type “Ready”. An ID-card can be read without any pre-selection of a certain entry type. The meaning of the individual entry will be found out in the time recording software (see also chapter 6.1.1).
  • Page 44: Querying The Data Base Occupancy

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx The employee, using the two keys on the right (arrow keys) now selects the account of which he would like to inquire the current status. Then he identifies himself at the terminal with his identity card. The terminal sends the query directly (online) to the PC software and the software sends the current calculated data base value back to the terminal, provided with the allocated output texts as specified at the info field definition.
  • Page 45: Time Total Inquiry Via Switch Over Table

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Displayed are the values actual (Act), maximum (Max) and the size of an individual data record, separated by ID-cards and entries (hereby the entries displayed in the column <Act> are the number of terminal-buffered offline entries at the moment, which automatically will be sent to the time recording software, as soon as the terminal gets online again).
  • Page 46: Error Messages

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Error messages An error message appears as a text in the display and is accompanied by a long buzzing sound. If the reader can recognize the identity card number, this will be shown above on the display: Error: 0010 Message Meaning...
  • Page 47 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Entry time error This message comes from the master computer and denotes the following: The booking sequence Clock-In / Clock-Out together with the respective entry times was incorrect on this day. The computer can therefore no longer process the entries and refuses every entry from here on with this message.
  • Page 48: Component Diagram And Terminal Assignment

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 8. Component Diagram and Terminal Assignment Diagram presentation of the connections, DIP switches and LEDs in mounted and opened condition of the terminal.
  • Page 49 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 1 = RS 232 interface (male) for barcode reader connection Assignment (PIN) Designation Free +5 V DC 2 = Reader interface (10 pole) The item numbers 029803.UL - 029804.UL have already an existing connection from this interface to the integrated reader.
  • Page 50 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 3 = only for inhouse use of the manufactorer / do not connect anything! 4 = RS 232 interface (male) for modem or serial interface (COMx) connection. The RS 232-host interface (modem or COMx - connection) and the RS 485-host interface (8) can not be operated at the same time.
  • Page 51 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Examples: 1 line: 2 lines: 8 = RS 485-Host interface Assignment (PIN) Designation Shielding GND 1 With the 4 DIP-Switches, the terminating resistors of the RS 485 host interface (see 7) can be placed. The RS 485-host interface and the RS 232-host interface (moModem or COMx - connection, see 4) can not be operated at the same time.
  • Page 52 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 9 = CPU-Board Caution! Loss of warranty possible! This pcb must not be removed! The warranty expires by removing! 10 = Reset-pushbutton The terminal reboots by pressing this button (see also 5.3 = Adjust brightness / contrast). Caution! Loss of data possible! Not saved data might be lost! 11 = LEDs...
  • Page 53 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 14 = Fuse FS 1 Internal protection, values see chapter 11 = technical data. 15 = Fuse FS 2 Protection of external connections (reader, U , module bus), values see chapter 11 = technical data. 16 = Plug PL 8 for plug-in connector of foil keypad (3 pole) The foil keypad has a 10 pole and a 3 pole (see 6) contact tounge.
  • Page 54 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 18 = Reader interface (16 pole) Assignment (PIN) Designation Clock Data D - RS 485 - 1,4 V D* - RS 485 Free Free Free Free Free - 1,4 V Free Free Free A reader is only permitted to be connected to one of the two reader s plug-in connectors (2 or 18).
  • Page 55: Fcc Statements

    Warning: Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressly approved by Honeywell may void the FCC authorization to operate this equipment. Statement required by 15.105 This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 56: Correct Use

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 10. Correct use Tap the key foil lightly with fingertips. Never strike or apply strong pressure to touch panel. The use of hard or sharp objects, including fingernails, rings, etc. can cause scratches and damage to touch panel.
  • Page 57: Technical Data

    Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx 11. Technical Data Rated operating voltage U 12 V DC Operating voltage range: Item no. 029802.UL: 8 V DC to 32 V DC (*) Item no. 029803.UL: 10 V DC to 16 V DC (*) Item no.
  • Page 58 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx Dimensions in mm:...
  • Page 59 Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx...
  • Page 60 Honeywell Security Deutschland Novar GmbH Johannes-Mauthe-Straße 14 D-72458 Albstadt P40140-49-UL0-00 www.honeywell.com/security/de 07.07.2006 © 2006 Novar GmbH info.security.de@honeywell.com...

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