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Tema-Voyager™ Compact
Installation Guide
May 2014
© 2014 Honeywell. All rights reserved.
800-07074, Rel. 2.0b


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  • Page 1 Tema-Voyager™ Compact Installation Guide May 2014 © 2014 Honeywell. All rights reserved. 800-07074, Rel. 2.0b...
  • Page 2 In no event is Honeywell liable to anyone for any direct, special, or consequential damages. The information and specifications in this document are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 3 Support and other contacts For technical assistance, call your nearest Honeywell office.
  • Page 4
  • Page 5 Contents Warnings and Cautions ..................1 Before installation .................. 1 Fire Safety and Liability Notice .............1 Damage during shipment ..............1 Electrostatic discharge .................1 Disclaimer – Product Liability; Mutual Indemnification ....2 Compliance ..................2 Unpacking.......................3 Shipping instructions ...................4 Limited warranty ....................5 Confidentiality ......................6 Device overview ....................7 Preparing for installation..................8...
  • Page 6 Voyager door backup line ................... 40 Voyager door module ..................42 Technical specifications ..................44 Regulation ......................47 FCC Notice ..................47 Industry Canadian Compliance Statement .......... 48 Australian CTick Conformity .............. 48 Appendix 1- Internal Jumpers ................49 Recycling......................51
  • Page 7: Warnings And Cautions

    Warnings and Cautions Before installation Before installation, TURN OFF the external circuit breaker Warning: which supplies power to the device. Before connecting the device to the power supply, verify that the output voltage is within specifications of the power supply. (See “Technical specifications”...
  • Page 8: Disclaimer – Product Liability; Mutual Indemnification

    Customer harmless for any costs or damages including reasonable attorneys’ fees which Customer may be required to pay as a result of the defective Product or the negligence of Honeywell S.r.l. Italy, its agents, or its employees.
  • Page 9: Unpacking

    2. Inspect the contents to see if anything is missing. If you notice any missing items, send an e-mail to 3. Visually check the contents. If you see any damage, do the following: a.
  • Page 10: Shipping Instructions

    Shipping instructions To ship equipment back to Temaline, contact the customer service department at before returning the equipment. When you call, please have available: • A description of the problem or the reason you are returning the equipment. • Your original purchase order number, invoice number and if the unit is still under warranty.
  • Page 11: Limited Warranty

    Limited warranty All warranty work shall be handled through Customer who shall notify Temaline and apply for a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number prior to returning any Product for service, repair, credit or exchange. Temaline warrants that its Products shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 18 months from the date of shipment from the Temaline warehouse.
  • Page 12: Confidentiality

    Honeywell HSG -Temaline relating to the design, use and service of the Products shall remain confidential and shall constitute the proprietary rights of Honeywell HSG -Temaline and Customer agrees to treat such information as confidential.
  • Page 13: Device Overview

    Device overview The Voyager Compact is an RFID proximity smart technology card reader that is used with access controls and time and attendance systems. These installation instructions contain the following information: • Mounting instructions • Connecting the reader to the network and door Temaline recommends that before you begin, read and familiarize yourself with these instructions.
  • Page 14: Preparing For Installation

    VCM-T7015 Turnstile Base Support VCM-S7015 Swivel Base Support Toolkit for reader Your kit should include a toolkit for the reader that contains the following items: Quantity Description Green connector 1x5 position (3.5 mm) Green connector 1x6 position (3.5 mm)
  • Page 15: Toolkits For Supports

    Quantity Description Balance resistors kit and diodes RS-485 connector with cable Jumper Toolkits for supports Your kit should contain one of the following three support toolkits: • Wall support toolkit • Turnstile support toolkit • Swivel support toolkit The wall support toolkit contains the following items: Quantity Description Tamper switch with cable...
  • Page 16: Mounting Tools

    The tables below show the values for one reader. If more than one reader is connected to the same line, divide the distance by the number of the readers on the same line. The following table lists examples of wire gauge and distance for a 12V and a 24V power supply.
  • Page 17: Ethernet Connector And Cable

    Max distance (m) from the Max distance (m) from the Ohm/km Power Supply for 12V Power Supply for 24V 0.52 0.35 0.13 Ethernet connector and cable For the Ethernet connector and cable, Temaline recommends: • : Module plug assembly, 8 position, unshielded, RJ45 male connector round cable, stranded wire, high performance.
  • Page 18 RS-485 is used for door backup line between the two readers installed on the two sides of the door. Also, the RS-485 is used for connection of a Voyager device with a Voyager door module installed on the safe side of the door, where the cable is usually short.
  • Page 19: Mounting The Device

    Mounting the device : For satisfactory RF reader performance, you should install the Warning Voyager device as far as possible from electrical conducting and metal surfaces. If you install the device on a metal surface, the reading performance will be affected. For a good performance, install the reader at least 5 cm away from the metal surface.
  • Page 20: Mounting The Reader On The Support

    : If you do not use the tamper, close the P5 connector with the Warning jumper (included in the toolkit). Mounting the reader on the wall mount Use this support to install the reader on a wall. Figure 2 Wall mount (front and back views)
  • Page 21 The cable pipe can come from either the wall (internal pipe) or the bottom (external pipe). To install the reader on a wall mount: Determine an appropriate mounting position for the reader. Make sure that the space is large enough to mount the reader on the support and close the Torx screws.
  • Page 22 Figure 4 Wall mount drilling template (unit:mm) The cables coming from the pipe embedded in the wall shall be on the bottom of the support (not center or top). (See the Centre of Cable Exit position in the drilling template.)
  • Page 23 If required, install the tamper switch into the appropriate guide as shown in Figure Figure 5 Installing the tamper switch Route the interface and power cable from the wall/pipe to the reader. Leave about 5-6 cm of excess cable. Attach the support to the wall using the 4 screws provided with the support.
  • Page 24 Plug the RJ45 connector into the Ethernet port and other cables if present. Arrange the cables so that the connectors are on the same side of their sockets without crossing the cables. Check the right position of the gasket.
  • Page 25 Close the reader on the support using the bayonet fitting shown in Figure Figure 7 Attaching the reader to the support...
  • Page 26 Lock the reader onto the support using the 2x Torx screws. Figure 8 Locking the reader to the support
  • Page 27: Mounting The Reader On The Swivel Support

    Mounting the reader on the swivel support Use the swivel support to install the reader on a swivel base. This support gives the reader the desired slope (top-down) within a 24-degree range (+12° to -12°). Figure 9 Swivel support types The swivel support can be installed either on a flat surface (horizontal or vertical) or directly on a junction box.
  • Page 28 Figure 10 Exploded view of swivel support To mount the reader on a swivel support: Determine an appropriate mounting position for the reader on the wall.
  • Page 29 Make sure that the space is large enough to mount the reader on the support and screw in the Torx screws. See Figure Figure 11 Space required to install swivel support...
  • Page 30 Center the drilling template on the “center of cables exit” and, using the template as a guide, drill three holes (the size of the holes is indicated on the mounting template in Figure 12). Figure 12 Swivel mount drilling template (unit:mm)
  • Page 31 When the installation is on a junction box fixed into the wall, center the template on the existing screws of the junction box and drill the third hole (the lowest one). Figure 13 Swivel mount using gang box...
  • Page 32 The cables must come out from the wall in correspondence with the bottom of the support. (See the position on the drilling template.) Insert the tamper if used. Figure 14 Installing the tamper
  • Page 33 Attach the IP65 cover to the swivel body using two screws inserted from the back (see Figure 15), then check to make sure that the tamper works properly. Figure 15 Installing the tamper...
  • Page 34 (Check the arrow UP inside the base.) Figure 16 Attaching the swivel to the wall : For IP65 installations, make sure that the waterproof plug on Warning the back of the support is inserted into the hole in the wall.
  • Page 35 Route the cables through the swivel ball, ensuring that the cables are on the same side as the connectors located on the reader. Avoid crossing the cables inside the ball. Leave about 5-6 cm of excess cable. Figure 17 Routing the cables into the swivel...
  • Page 36 Figure 6 (the screws must be on the side of the Ethernet connector). Close the reader on the support using the bayonet fitting as shown in Figure
  • Page 37 Use the 2x Torx screws to lock the reader onto the support (see Figure 19). Figure 19 Locking the reader onto the swivel support When the cables come from the external pipe (this installation may not be IP65) There are three conduits on the swivel, each with a diameter of 20mm. Choose the best one and remove the rubber cap.
  • Page 38 Use the 2x Torx screws to lock the reader onto the support. Mounting the device on the turnstile mount This support is used for installing the reader on horizontal surfaces. Typical installation is for the use on the turnstile. Figure 20 Turnstile support (front and back views)
  • Page 39 Determine an appropriate mounting position for the reader. Ensure that the space is large enough to mount the reader on the support and attach it with the Torx screws. Using the template as a guide, drill four holes (the size of the holes is indicated in the mounting template).
  • Page 40: Turnstile Mounting Using The Swivel Support

    Turnstile mounting using the swivel support The sequence is the same as the sequence for wall mounting, except that the swivel ball shall be fixed to give the reader the opposite slope. See “Mounting the reader on the wall mount” on page 14.
  • Page 41: Setting Inputs, Outputs, And Jumpers

    Setting inputs, outputs, and jumpers Digital inputs The device has 2 inputs and 2 outputs. The 2 inputs can be used either as digital dry contacts or supervised contacts. The type of contacts used is defined from the configuration of the device performed by the EBI. By default, the inputs are set as supervised.
  • Page 42: Supervised Inputs

    Use a twisted-pair cable for the contact cables. Make sure that the cables correspond in size to the norms indicated in section INPUT WIRES... Max contact resistance = 25 Ohm
  • Page 43: Outputs

    Outputs Internally, the output lines are provided with Power Mosfet. Using an external power supply, the output current must not exceed 1.2A/30V continuous or 5A/30V (0.5 sec) peak current for inductive loads. Using the internal power supply, the output current must not exceed 30mA. Usually the OUT1 is dedicated to the Door Electro lock.
  • Page 44: Connecting The Door Lock Directly Using An External Power Supply

    Figure 25 Connecting loads using an external isolated power supply : For not-resistive loads: Notes • You must use the 1N4004 diodes as shown in Figure 25. Two diodes are included in the package. • The external power supply must be isolated.
  • Page 45: Jumpers

    Jumpers There is a DIP switch (include two bits) in the circle. It is used for selecting RS-485 matched distance mode. The Voyager equipment supports biasing and end-of-line termination for the RS-485 network. a. RS-485 allows the wiring of a multidrop communication network of up to 1200 m in length.
  • Page 46: Voyager Door Backup Line

    The typical connection for the Voyager door backup line appears as shown Figure Figure 28 - Voyager backup line connection You can set the RS485 wiring length using the SW1 jumpers. For more information on jumpers, see “Jumpers” on page 39.
  • Page 47 The use of the Voyager door backup line must be enabled and configured from the EBI supervision center. For more information, refer to the Temaline Access Control Guide.
  • Page 48: Voyager Door Module

    Voyager device and the door module occurs through the RS485 serial line with encrypted protocol. Figure 29 - Use of Voyager door module The typical connection of the Voyager door module line appears as shown Figure 29. For more information on the Voyager door module
  • Page 49 installation and characteristics, refer to the Voyager Door Module - Installation Manual. Figure 30 - Voyager Door Module connection You can set the RS485 wiring length using the SW1 jumpers. For more information on jumpers, see “Jumpers” on page 39. The use of Voyager door module must be enabled and configured from the EBI supervision center.
  • Page 50: Technical Specifications

    -20 ~ 70°C Storage relative humidity 0 ~ 95% without condensation Display 3.5”, 230,400 DPI (RGB 320x240) True Color TFT- Audio output One 0.4W output speaker Keyboard 10 number keys: 0-9 6 navigation keys: left, right, up, down, Enter, Cancel
  • Page 51 Table 1 Technical specifications Parameter Value Reading distance The reading distance depends on the quality of the cards used. The distances for Voyager devices are: • VCU-01: 6 cm • VCU-02: 6 cm • VCU-03: HID 5cm, MIFARE 6 cm •...
  • Page 52 FCC Part15 Class B. For more information on FCC Part15 Class B rules, see “FCC Notice“ on page 47. UL 294-S319 (pending) Environmental impact RoHS/WEEE-compliant device directives 2002/95/EC 2002/96/EC (WEEE: Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Real-time clock Retention time: 48 hours (big capacitor)
  • Page 53: Regulation

    Regulation FCC Notice FCC IDs: HS9VCU-01;HS9VCU-02;HS9VCU-03;2ACDRVCU-04;2ACDRVCU-05 This device complies with FCC rules Part 15. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: • This device may not cause harmful interference and • This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 54: Industry Canadian Compliance Statement

    Industry Canadian Compliance Statement Company Name: Honeywell SRL Company Number: 573U Certificates Numbers: 573U-VCU-017015EN1N00,573U-VCU-017015EN1N01 573U-VCU-027015EN1N00,573U-VCU-027015EN1N01 573U-VCU-037015EN1N00,573U-VCU-037015EN1N01 573U-VCU-047015EN1N00,573U-VCU-047015EN1N01 573U-VCU-057015EN1N00,573U-VCU-057015EN1N01 This Class B Digital apparatus meets all the requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numerique de la classe B respecte les exigences du Reglement sur le material broilleur du Canada.
  • Page 55: Appendix 1- Internal Jumpers

    Open = Linux activation of LINUX console is required only for deep console not active debug purpose. You must not change this jumper if it is (default) not specifically required from Honeywell Technical Close = Linux Assistance Center. console active Spare...
  • Page 56 Internal jumpers can be used only for maintenance purpose and only Note: on request of Technical Assistance Center personnel.
  • Page 57: Recycling

    Recycling In accordance with directive 2002/96/EC regarding waste electrical and electronic apparatus, effective August 13 2005, Honeywell commits, when requested by the customer, to the collection, treatment, recovery, and disposal of the apparatus produced. Customers in the European Union are advised to dispose of this product at the end of its useful life in accordance with the applicable local laws, regulations, and procedures.
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