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C H A P T E R
Connecting a Cisco Input Module
Overview
The optional Cisco Input Module
(Figure
4-1) is attached to a Cisco Physical Access Gateway or Cisco
Reader Module to provide additional connections for up to ten input devices. Each connection can be
configured as supervised or unsupervised. A supervised connection is a four- state connection to
determine if the connection is (1) short (2) is open (3)normal state or (4) alarm state. An unsupervised
input indicates only normal or alarm.
Figure 4-1
Cisco Input Module
Cisco Physical Access Gateway User Guide
4-1
OL-20932-01

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    The optional Cisco Input Module (Figure 4-1) is attached to a Cisco Physical Access Gateway or Cisco Reader Module to provide additional connections for up to ten input devices. Each connection can be configured as supervised or unsupervised. A supervised connection is a four- state connection to determine if the connection is (1) short (2) is open (3)normal state or (4) alarm state.

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    Connecting a Cisco Input Module Package Contents The optional Cisco Input Module is connected to a Cisco Physical Access Gateway or Cisco Reader Module using a CAN connection to provide connections for additional input devices, as, as shown in Figure 4-2.

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    Type Quantity 3 Pin 2 Pin Physical Overview and Port Description Each Cisco Input Module includes 10 ports for connecting additional input devices. as shown in Figure 4-3. Figure 4-3 Cisco Input Module Ports and Connectors Cisco Physical Access Gateway User Guide...

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    Chapter 4 Connecting a Cisco Input Module Physical Overview and Port Description Figure 4-4 Cisco Input Module Ports and Connectors: Top View The following items are shown in Figure 4-3 Figure 4-4: Type Description Power Two-pin connector for Voltage In (VIN) and Ground (GND) to connect a 12 to 24 VDC external power source.

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    BLINKING RED Input is configured, short Input is configured, open Installing the Cisco Input Module Install a Cisco Input Module is provide additional input connections for a Cisco Reader Module or Gateway Before You Begin Verify the following: Verify that the module has access to a power source. See Power Options and Requirements, •...

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    CAN bus). Set the terminator switch to OFF for all other modules in the CAN bus. Note The CAN2 interface is not supported in this release. Optional Expansion Modules, page 1-6 for more information. Cisco Physical Access Gateway User Guide OL-20932-01...

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    (Optional, for supervised input connections only). Install two End-Of-Line (EOL) 1K termination resistors in each supervised input interface (one terminator in each connector). Figure 4-8 shows the terminator installation for a Normally Closed (NC) and Normally Open (NO) input connection. Cisco Physical Access Gateway User Guide OL-20932-01...

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    Chapter 4 Connecting a Cisco Input Module Installing the Cisco Input Module Figure 4-8 Input Connections: Cisco Physical Access Gateway and Reader Module 1K,, 1% 1K,, 1% 1K,, 1% 1K,, 1% Connect the wires from the input devices. Each of the input connections can be configured as supervised or unsupervised. The tamper Note (TM) and power fail (PF) inputs can be configured as additional unsupervised ports.

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