Smart card reader with keypad
Mounting the unit
Remove power to the control panel, or 4-door DGP, as applicable.
Remove the two front panel screws at the bottom of the RAS (see
), and then remove the RAS back plate. Retain the screws
to secure the RAS later.
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).
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).
Terminate the cable, as required (see wiring details below).
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.
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
Fix the RAS to the back plate using the two screws removed earlier
from the bottom of the RAS.
Apply power to the control panel, or the 4-door DGP.
10. For online mode, use an LCD RAS on the BUS (or the system
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).
All power should be turned off to the control panel before wiring
Location of features (figure
Red/Green dual colour LED.
Connecting control panel to keypad RAS
Refer to the ATS Control Panel Installation Guide for instructions.
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 switch settings (figure
A row of DIP switches is located on the rear of the RAS (figure
used for setting the RAS address and the bus termination (TERM)
condition. These settings are described in the following sections.
in "UP" position is off, and switch in "DOWN" position is on.
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.
'ON' is indicated as black (down). Example: RAS 2 = On, off, off, off.
+12 V nominal (8.5 to 14.0 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.
0 V (DC supply ground)
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 is +12 V).
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Smart card reader with keypad
: Set the RAS address using switches 1 to 4. Switch
: Use switch 5 to set TERM to 'ON', if needed. There
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