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TK C12 (RTUK12)
WEEE/ RoHS Compliant
Directive 2002/95/EC
Installation Manual ver.1.1

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    TK C12 (RTUK12) WEEE/ RoHS Compliant Directive 2002/95/EC Installation Manual ver.1.1...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS FCC NOTICE ....................3 Canadian Compliance Statement ............3 Mounting Instructions .................. 4 Attaching the Terminal Support Plate............5 Channeling the Cables from the Bottom of the Box ......6 Fixing and cable breakaway tab..............7 Connectors and Jumpers ................8 Power ......................

  • Page 3: Fcc Notice

    FCC NOTICE NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

  • Page 4: Mounting Instructions

    PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS Mounting Instructions The cables are attached to an encased box. Make sure that you place the box at a height of 120cm from the floor (see Figure 1). tube cables floor Figure 1. Space Requirements for Mounting Page 4 Mounting Instructions...

  • Page 5: Attaching The Terminal Support Plate

    Attaching the Terminal Support Plate To attach the terminal support plate, follow these steps: 1. Drill two holes into the wall to accommodate the plastic anchors that hold up the support plate (you must use M4 screws). 2. Make sure that the box attached to the wall is aligned with the niche on the lower part of the support plate 3.

  • Page 6: Channeling The Cables From The Bottom Of The Box

    Channeling the Cables from the Bottom of the Box As an alternative, you can channel the cables so that they issue from the bottom of the box (see Figure 3). This alternative procedure consists of the following steps: 1. Drill a hole in the breakaway tab and apply a cable clamp with a clutch for the cable tube.

  • Page 7: Fixing And Cable Breakaway Tab

    INSTALLATION Fixing and cable breakaway tab Insert and fasten the power, data, and I/O cables in the connector (see Figure 4 and Figure 5). If there is also a small grounding cable, use a cable clamp to connect it to the screw supporting the card. Anchor Breakaway tab for cables exit...

  • Page 8: Connectors And Jumpers

    Connectors and Jumpers IN 1+ OUT2 - IN 1- (GND) OUT2+ (12V) IN 2+ OUT1- IN 2- (GND) OUT1+ (12V) Figure 5. Connectors Buzzer ON/OFF BUZZER LCD contrast regulation Trimmer JP3, 5 Outs NC/NO Inputs Mode Close (RFU) Tamper Figure 6: Jumpers Page 8 Connectors and Jumpers...

  • Page 9: Power

    Power The RTU is powered at low voltage (12V 150mA) by a battery-operated power supply module (RTU-Qxx). In order to determine the correct size for power cables, refer to the table below. Max voltage cable drop = 1,0VDC for assure that in battery power working, when battery min voltage is 10,5V the min RTU power supply 9,5V (min RTU voltage).

  • Page 10: Net

    NET A/B (no polarity)  Data Cables ORKS 1 • The L data cable must be twisted-pair. ORKS • In a free-topology configuration, the sum total of the sections must not exceed 500m. • In a bus configuration, the sum total of the sections must not exceed 2700m.

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     • Check that the length of the L data cable corresponds to the ORKS norms indicated in Table 1. Type of cable Length [m] in relation to cable capacity Ohm/Km 50nF/Km 100nF/Km 200nF/Km 500nF/Km 1uF/Km 2676 1892 1338 2153 1523 1077 1707...

  • Page 12: Inputs

    INPUTs It is possible manage digital inputs or supervised inputs. Usually the IN1 is dedicated to the Door contact Usually the IN2 is dedicated to the push button (request to exit). However the inputs can be also used as general purpose inputs Mode select by JP2 •...

  • Page 13: Digital Inputs

    Digital INPUTs The typical connection for digital dry contacts is shown in the next figure. Normally closed (door) Dry contact input 1+ input 1- input 2+ input 2- Push Button Normally open (Exit) +12V Ground Figure 8. Clean Contacts Connection Example When the cables go out-of-doors it is mandatory to use shielded cables.

  • Page 14: Supervised Inputs

    Supervised INPUTs The typical connection for supervised dry contacts is shown in the next figure. Put the resistors close to the dry contact Dry contacts Normally closed Door White input 1+ yellow input 1- input 2+ White input 2- yellow Normally open (Exit) Push Button +12V...

  • Page 15: Power Outs

    Power OUTs It is possible manage 2 digital outputs NC (Normally Close) or NO (Normally Open) Usually the OUT1 is dedicated to the Door Electrolock Usually the OUT2 is dedicated to the Busy lamp. However the Outputs can be also used as general purpose outputs Mode NC/NO select by JP 3 and JP4 1-2 OUT 1 NO (default) 2-3 OUT 1 NC...

  • Page 16: Resistive Load

    When the cables go out-of-doors is mandatory to use shielded cables. The cables’ shielding must be connected to the respective ground connectors (GND). For internal wiring without shielded cables is recommended an electrical environment where the cables are well separated, even at short runs, especially to the power cables or external cables which can be essentially subjected to interference or lighting.

  • Page 17: Inductive Load With External Power Supply

    Inductive load with external Power supply 1N4004 OUT2- 1N4004 OUT1- Isolated Power Supply max 1,2A (5A impulse) 10 to 30VDC DC OUT AC IN 12VDC / GND Figure 13: Connecting to inductive loads with an external isolated power supply Note for inductive loads •...

  • Page 18: External Relays

    External relays When the load exceeds the max internal Mosfet current it is possible to use external relays 12V relay OUT2 1N4004 12V relay 1N4004 OUT1 12VDC / GND Figure 14. Relays OUT Notes: • Use 12VDC relay - max coil current = 100mA each. In this case is mandatory use the 1N4004 diodes as in figure.

  • Page 19: Assembling The Terminal Closure Guide

    Assembling the Terminal Closure Guide To assemble the terminal closure guide, follow these steps: 1. Use the 4 special screws to assemble and fasten the terminal closure guide. 2. Insert the nut and the special screw into the corresponding niche on the guide (see Figure 15).

  • Page 20: Closing The Terminal (wall-mounted Assembly)

    Closing the Terminal (Wall-Mounted Assembly) To close a wall-mounted terminal, follow these steps: 1. Unscrew the special closure screw by turning it counterclockwise so that the terminal closure remains fully open (in the direction of the wedge). 2. Insert the upper shell as indicated in Figure 17. 3.

  • Page 21: Closing The Terminal (turnstile-mounted Assembly)

    Closing the Terminal (Turnstile-Mounted Assembly) To close a turnstile-mounted terminal, follow these steps: 1. Unscrew the special closure screw by turning it counterclockwise so that the terminal closure remains fully open (in the direction of the wedge). 2. Insert the upper shell as indicated in Figure 18. 3.

  • Page 22: Identification Via The Service Pin

    ACTIVATION Identification via the Service Pin To identify the node, you can activate the service pin by means of a relay reed located inside the unit (see the below figure). This procedure consists of the following steps: 1. Position a small magnet as illustrated to activate the service pin. This signal is linked to the yellow central service LED, which flashes throughout the node configuration procedure.

  • Page 23: Identification Via Bar Code

    Identification via Bar Code The components enclosed in the packaging include a bar code label. The person responsible for installing the terminal must apply this label to the corresponding identification form, and indicate the location of the terminal in the appropriate box (see example in Table 5). Description of location Office entrance area, first floor - staircase E...

  • Page 24: Temakey Tk C12 (rtu-k12 Code 1500164xx)

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS TemaKey TK C12 (RTU-K12 code 1500164xx) Parameter Value DC power supply ±20% 150mA (2W) Weight 0.4 kg Size 72x160x75 mm Protection level IP55 Operational temperature -20 ÷ 60 °C Storage temperature -20 ÷ 70 °C Storage relative 0 ÷ 90 % without condensation humidity Display Alphanumeric 16x2 –...

  • Page 25

    Inputs 2 supervised or digital inputs. Mode select by JP2 JP2 = Close Supervised inputs JP2 = Open Digital inputs • Supervised inputs with 4 status: normal, alarm, cut, short • Digital inputs with status: open or Close Current 0 to 10mA for each input (internal reference 5Vdc) Voltage +14V max.

  • Page 26: Optional Parts

    normally close Other Jumpers Close = Buzzer enabled Open = Buzzer disabled normaly close (reserved for future use) normaly open (reserved for future use) ®3 connection Unshielded twisted-pair cable in free topology ORKS (transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps) Compliance with Directive EMC 89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC, Directive Low Voltage 72/23/EEC, 93/68/EEC: Regulations EN60950, EN55024, EN55022, EN 300 330...

  • Page 27: Recycling

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

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