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Access Easy Controller 2.1
APC‑AEC21‑UPS1 | AEC‑AEC21‑EXT1
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  • Page 1 Access Easy Controller 2.1 APC‑AEC21‑UPS1 | AEC‑AEC21‑EXT1 Hardware Installation Manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Before You Begin General Terminologies Overview of Access Easy Controller 2.1 Architecture of Access Easy Controller 2.1 Basic Functions in Access Easy Controller 2.1 Basic Access Easy Controller 2.1 System Layout System Specifications The CPU Board Component Layout of the CPU Board 5.1.1...
  • Page 4 13.4 Panel AC Failure 13.5 Controller Tamper 13.6 Duress How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer 14.1 Overview 14.2 Configuring a Web Browser to Work with Access Easy Controller 2.1 14.3 Web Browser Set-up on a Windows Computer 14.4...
  • Page 5 Preparing the WAVECOM GSM Modem for AEC2.1 19.2 How to Test the GSM Modem Appendix C Detailed Wiring Appendix D Selecting A Correct Battery Size 21.1 Battery Specification for Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix E Troubleshooting 22.1 Login Problems 22.2 Network Connectivity Problems Appendix F Frequently Asked Questions 23.1...
  • Page 6: Copyright, Safety And Warranty

    All software is provided "AS IS." The sole obligation of BOSCH SECURITY SYSTEMS shall be to make available all published modifications that correct program problems are published within one (1) year from the date of shipment.
  • Page 7: Important Safety Notes

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Copyright, Safety and Warranty | en Important safety notes Read, Follow, and Retain Instructions – All safety and operating instructions must be read and followed properly before putting the unit into operation. Retain instructions for future reference.
  • Page 8: Fcc Information

    | Copyright, Safety and Warranty Access Easy Controller 2.1 FCC information Notice! This device complies with Part 15 FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 9: Before You Begin

    Access Easy Controller is a web based security system that allows you to control and monitor access routes with flexibility and conveniences to suit individual needs. This hardware manual helps you understand the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and helps the system serve you better. Access Easy Controller is a solution invented for life.
  • Page 10: Overview Of Access Easy Controller 2.1

    | Overview of Access Easy Controller 2.1 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Overview of Access Easy Controller 2.1 Architecture of Access Easy Controller 2.1 The basic architecture of an AEC2.1 system can be divided into two main building blocks, namely the Power and the Function. The Power block provides the required power to all the modules and sustains the system in times of AC power failure.
  • Page 11: Basic Functions In Access Easy Controller

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Overview of Access Easy Controller 2.1 | en Basic Functions in Access Easy Controller 2.1 Based on hardware configuration and database setup, AEC2.1 offers all the features and functions available with high-end access controllers. – Door access control using card readers, or card reader and PIN code –...
  • Page 12: Basic Access Easy Controller

    | Overview of Access Easy Controller 2.1 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Basic Access Easy Controller 2.1 Figure 3.2: Access Easy Controller 2.1 The basic AEC2.1 system consists of a single metal enclosure with three components: CPU, 4- Reader board, and Power Supply Unit (PSU). Space is provided for a 12-volt standby battery to sustain the system in time of power failure.
  • Page 13 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Overview of Access Easy Controller 2.1 | en communicates with the CPU board via the RS232 channel. The subsequent interface boards are linked up through a multi-drop communication channel, RS485. The PSU supplies the required power to the board.
  • Page 14: System Layout

    | System Layout Access Easy Controller 2.1 System Layout Figure 4.1: System Layout Each AEC2.1 system can support up to a maximum of 16 interface boards (eight 4-Reader boards and eight 8-IO boards). This configuration allows the system to support up to 32 Wiegand readers, 64 alarm type inputs and 64 controllable output points.
  • Page 15: System Specifications

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 System Layout | en 4-Reader 4 Reader 4 Reader 8 IO Board 8 IO Board 4 Reader 8 IO Board 8 IO Board Board Board Board Board RS232 RS485 RS485 RS485 RS485 RS485 LAN Port Backup...
  • Page 16 | System Layout Access Easy Controller 2.1 Number of Monitoring Points : Number of Output Control Relays Notice! * Input Monitoring Points on the 4-Reader board consist of door contact input and request-to- exit inputs associated with reader-controlled doors.
  • Page 17 Access Easy Controller 2.1 System Layout | en Max. Number of Wiegand Reader Supported in a Full AEC2.1 Configuration Max. Input Supported in a 64 (Both normally opened Full AEC2.1 Configuration and normally closed devices supported) Max. Output Supported in a 64 (Form-C PCB mounted Full AEC2.1 Configuration...
  • Page 18: The Cpu Board

    | The CPU Board Access Easy Controller 2.1 The CPU Board This chapter provides a brief overview of the AEC2.1 CPU board. This chapter also describes the board layout and functions of various circuits. Some major components of the board are explained and information concerning jumper option is provided.
  • Page 19 Access Easy Controller 2.1 The CPU Board | en Specification for CPU 512 MB Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd Hardware Installation Manual 2018.11 | 1.0.6 | F.01U.122.796...
  • Page 20: Component Layout Of The Cpu Board

    | The CPU Board Access Easy Controller 2.1 Component Layout of the CPU Board The following layout diagrams shows the major physical components on the CPU board. A brief description is provided on some of the major components. There are three different types of CPU boards, hence the layout of each type will be slightly different.
  • Page 21 Access Easy Controller 2.1 The CPU Board | en Figure 5.4: Type3 CPU Board Ethernet Connector A Category 5 cable is connected from this RJ45 socket to the plug-in 100BaseT Ethernet card located in the Central Monitoring Computer directly or via a hub. The table below shows the pin configuration for the socket.
  • Page 22: Other Components

    | The CPU Board Access Easy Controller 2.1 RS232 Serial Port Signal Signal 5 VDC & 12 VDC Power Input The CPU board can be powered up by the 100~240 VAC input PSU. Refer to Section 7 Power Supply Unit for further information before connecting any power source to the CPU board.
  • Page 23: 4-reader Board

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 4-Reader Board | en 4-Reader Board This chapter describes one of the interface boards used by the AEC2.1 system. This section identifies and locates key components on the board and includes a brief overview of the functional operation.
  • Page 24: Reader Connectors

    | 4-Reader Board Access Easy Controller 2.1 BOSCH COM1 LED1 DO-1 D1-1 COM2 LED1 LED2 BUZ1 COM3 LED3 DO-2 D1-2 COM4 LED2 LED4 BUZ2 1 2 3 LED9 LED10 4-Reader Board LED11 LED12 CARD READ COM5 LED5 DO-3 D1-3...
  • Page 25: Input Connectors

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 4-Reader Board | en The pin configured for each reader connector is shown in the table below. Pin# Function 12 VDC Ground Data 0 Data 1 Green LED Control Buzz Control Notice! Each connector is able to provide a maximum current of 150mA at 12 VDC. This is sufficient power for most readers.
  • Page 26: Output Connectors

    | 4-Reader Board Access Easy Controller 2.1 T7 Terminal Strip Door contact for reader #3 Door contact for reader #3 Request-to-exit for reader #4 Request-to-exit for reader #4 Door contact for reader #4 Door contact for reader #4 6.1.4 Output Connectors Four 6-pin terminal strips provide connections for door strike and/or magnetic lock control.
  • Page 27 Access Easy Controller 2.1 4-Reader Board | en T2 Terminal Strip (top terminal) Pin# Function Reader #2 (normally open) T3 Terminal Strip (second terminal from top) Pin# Function Reader #3 (common) Reader #3 (Normally closed) Reader #3 (normally open) Reader #4 (common)
  • Page 28: 15 Vdc Input Termination

    | 4-Reader Board Access Easy Controller 2.1 6.1.5 15 VDC Input Termination Reference: Terminal Strip T1 Terminal strip T1 is used to provide up to 15 VDC power to the interface boards (e.g. 4-Reader board and 8-IO board). It consists of four terminals. Two terminals provide the input power for the board (DC 15V IN), and the next two terminals provide the input power for the next board (DC 15V OUT), within the same casing.
  • Page 29: Tamper And Main Power Fail

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 4-Reader Board | en 6.1.8 Tamper and Main Power Fail Reference: Terminal Strip T12 Terminal strip T12 comprises of Tamper alarm and Main Power Fail alarm inputs. The Tamper terminals are connected to a micro-switch that is used to monitor the enclosure’s cover against unauthorized tampering.
  • Page 30: Address Setting Switch

    | 4-Reader Board Access Easy Controller 2.1 6.1.12 Address Setting Switch Reference: SW1 SW1 is switch to set the address of individual interface boards. It consists of two dip switches for setting of the address in binary sequence. Each AEC2.1 can manage up to eight 4-Reader boards and eight 8-IO boards.
  • Page 31 Access Easy Controller 2.1 4-Reader Board | en Refer to Appendix H Resetting to Factory Default, page 130 for detail instructions. Jumper Link to reset Jumper Link to to factory default reset IP address Figure 6.8: Factory Default Setting Caution! Resetting the system to factory default settings will clear the data stored in the AEC2.1 system.
  • Page 32: 8-input-output Board

    | 8-Input-Output Board Access Easy Controller 2.1 8-Input-Output Board This chapter describes one of the interface boards employed by the AEC2.1. This section identifies and locates key components on the board and includes a brief overview of the functional operation.
  • Page 33: Input Connectors

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 8-Input-Output Board | en BOSCH COM1 LED1 COM2 LED2 COM3 LED3 COM4 LED4 1 2 3 LED9 8 Input Output Board LED10 LED11 LED12 CARD READ COM5 LED5 COM6 LED6 COM7 LED7 COM8 LED8 Main DC 15V DC 15V...
  • Page 34: Output Connectors

    | 8-Input-Output Board Access Easy Controller 2.1 There are two terminals for each input point. Each input point is supervised and must be terminated according to the type of supervision applied to that particular input (Refer to Wiring Diagram for Supervised Inputs, page 57). All unused points should have the termination resistor installed across the terminals within the controller.
  • Page 35 Access Easy Controller 2.1 8-Input-Output Board | en The relay contacts can be connected directly to many low voltages DC powered devices, including alarm bells, security lights, horns, etc. When using the outputs to control high voltage devices, such as lighting circuits, electric door controllers, gate motors, etc., an external interface relay must always be used.
  • Page 36: 15 Vdc Input Termination

    | 8-Input-Output Board Access Easy Controller 2.1 T4 Terminal Strip (third connector from top) Pin# Function Output #6 (normally closed) Output #6 (normally open) T5 Terminal Strip (bottom connector) Pin# Function Output #7 (common) Output #7 (normally closed) Output #7 (normally open)
  • Page 37: Rs485

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 8-Input-Output Board | en 7.1.6 RS485 Reference: Terminal Strip T13 Terminal strip T13 is used as a communication channel between the interface board (e.g. 4- Reader board and 8-IO board) and the CPU. RS485 is a multi-drop communication channel. It enables the CPU to disseminate and receive data to and from all the interface boards.
  • Page 38: Reset Button

    | 8-Input-Output Board Access Easy Controller 2.1 7.1.9 Reset Button Reference: SW2 SW2 is a reset button to reset the processor on the interface board. 7.1.10 End-of-Line Setting Reference: JP1 AEC2.1 uses RS485 multi-drop communication channels between the CPU and the interface boards.
  • Page 39 Access Easy Controller 2.1 8-Input-Output Board | en Address setting using SW1 for the 1 and 5 8-IO board in AEC2.1 system. Address setting using SW1 for the 2 and 6 8-IO board in AEC2.1 system. Address setting using SW1...
  • Page 40: Power Supply Unit

    | Power Supply Unit Access Easy Controller 2.1 Power Supply Unit This chapter provides an overview of the Power Supply Unit (PSU) used in AEC2.1. This chapter describes the PSU terminal layout and its power specification. The PSU used in AEC2.1 has an input voltage of 100~240 VAC. The PSU outputs voltages for charging up the backup battery, to power up the CPU board, and to power up the interface boards.
  • Page 41: Technical Specification Of Power Supply Unit With Input Power Of 100~240 Vac

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Power Supply Unit | en Figure 8.2: Mechanical layout of the PSU with input voltage of 100~240 VAC Warning! Do not connect Live, Neutral and Ground directly onto the PSU terminals. Connect the input power cable to the power socket on the AEC2.1.
  • Page 42: Current Consumption

    | Power Supply Unit Access Easy Controller 2.1 The PSU in AEC2.1 will consume a 100~240 VAC input power. In order to provide uninterrupted power source to the system during a supply outage, a battery charging circuit is incorporated to charge the backup rechargeable battery. A 7Ah battery is needed for a 4 hour standby as required by UL294.
  • Page 43: Access Easy Extension Unit

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Access Easy Extension Unit | en Access Easy Extension Unit The interface boards accept 13.6 +/- 0.1 VDC from the PSU. This is used in add-on Extension unit. The PSU provides power supply to all the relays on the Interface boards.
  • Page 44 | Access Easy Extension Unit Access Easy Controller 2.1 AEC2.1 Main Controller Unit CON1 RS485 MAIN RS232 DC 15V TAMPER FAIL AEC2.1 Extension Unit # 1 CON1 CON1 RS485 RS485 MAIN MAIN RS232 DC 15V RS232 DC 15V TAMPER...
  • Page 45: Upgrading Aec2.1 To Support Additional Four 4-reader Boards And Four 8-io Boards

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Access Easy Extension Unit | en Upgrading AEC2.1 to Support Additional Four 4-Reader Boards and Four 8-IO Boards Using a LAN Converter, AEC2.1 system can be extended to support additional four 4-Reader boards and four 8-IO boards. The converter UDS1100 can be linked to AEC2.1’s CPU LAN port through an Ethernet network port to provide an additional multidrop communication channel.
  • Page 46 | Access Easy Extension Unit Access Easy Controller 2.1 Disclaimer: Lantronix module has not been investigated by UL. 2018.11 | 1.0.6 | F.01U.122.796 Hardware Installation Manual Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd...
  • Page 47: How To Install Reader And Field Devices

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Install Reader and Field Devices | en How to Install Reader and Field Devices This section summarizes the installation requirements for readers, door strikes and magnetic locks, door contacts, request-to-exit devices, and miscellaneous alarm devices.
  • Page 48 | How to Install Reader and Field Devices Access Easy Controller 2.1 – The figure below shows the connection of a back EMF diode on the door strike. Output 4-Reader Board Door Strike/ Electromagnetic Lock Back Biased Suppression Diode Warning! Never connect a door strike or magnetic lock circuit to AEC2.1 or any other Access Controller...
  • Page 49: Hid Miniprox Reader

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Install Reader and Field Devices | en – All controller termination land on removable terminal strips. We suggest you carefully remove the terminal strips before landing the wires. Once all wires have been landed on a terminal strip and verified, gently re-insert the terminal strip on the circuit board.
  • Page 50: Hid Proxpoint Reader

    | How to Install Reader and Field Devices Access Easy Controller 2.1 BOSCH READER 3 READER 4 READER 2 READER 1 COM1 Black LED1 DO-1 Green White D1-1 COM2 Orange LED1 LED2 N GND V2 V1 V1 BUZ1 12 VAC/DC POWER...
  • Page 51 Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Install Reader and Field Devices | en Result: The reader LED will alternately flash between red & green for a few seconds. Then the LED will remain lit in red. Present a card to the reader.
  • Page 52: Hid Proxpro Reader

    | How to Install Reader and Field Devices Access Easy Controller 2.1 BOSCH READER 3 READER 4 READER 2 READER 1 COM1 Black LED1 DO-1 Green White D1-1 COM2 Orange LED1 LED2 N GND V2 V1 V1 BUZ1 12 VAC/DC POWER...
  • Page 53 Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Install Reader and Field Devices | en Result: The LED should light briefly in green and the reader should sound a short beep. This indicates that the reader recognized the card. Depending on the setup of the controller database for the card used in the previous step, one of two events will occur within a second of the beep in step 2.
  • Page 54: Hid Proxpro Reader With Keypad

    | How to Install Reader and Field Devices Access Easy Controller 2.1 BOSCH READER 3 READER 4 READER 2 READER 1 COM1 Black LED1 DO-1 Green White D1-1 COM2 Orange LED1 LED2 N GND V2 V1 V1 BUZ1 12 VAC/DC POWER...
  • Page 55 Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Install Reader and Field Devices | en The reader LED should then begin a slow alternating flash between red and green indicating that the PIN code should be entered. Enter the card's PIN code by slowly pressing the numeric keys on the reader's keypad.
  • Page 56: Field Devices Using Io Board

    | How to Install Reader and Field Devices Access Easy Controller 2.1 BOSCH READER 3 READER 4 READER 2 READER 1 COM1 Black LED1 DO-1 Green White D1-1 COM2 Orange LED1 LED2 N GND V2 V1 V1 BUZ1 12 VAC/DC POWER...
  • Page 57: Wiring Diagram For Supervised Inputs

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Install Reader and Field Devices | en 10.5.1 Wiring Diagram for Supervised Inputs 12K Ohm Normally Open Input Point 12K Ohm Normally Closed Input Point BOSCH Normally Open Input Point COM1 LED1 DO-1 D1-1 COM2 6.8K Ohm...
  • Page 58: How To Install The Access Easy Controller 2.1

    | How to Install the Access Easy Controller 2.1 Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Install the Access Easy Controller 2.1 11.1 Preliminary You will need to obtain the mounting location details from the customer before the controller can be installed.
  • Page 59 Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Install the Access Easy Controller 2.1 | en – Use a marker to mark out the exact position of the mounting holes from the panel. Make sure that the panel is held firmly in place before marking out is done.
  • Page 60: Controller Installation

    | How to Install the Access Easy Controller 2.1 Access Easy Controller 2.1 11.3 Controller Installation Installation and wiring must be done in accordance with all applicable electrical and safety codes Mount the controller and strike/lock power supply. –...
  • Page 61 Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Install the Access Easy Controller 2.1 | en Notice! AEC2.1 uses RS485 multi-drop communication channels between the interface boards. An end-of-line jumper is to be added on the last interface board of the configuration to stabilize the communication.
  • Page 62 | How to Install the Access Easy Controller 2.1 Access Easy Controller 2.1 3. Make sure the Compact Flash is fully inserted. 2018.11 | 1.0.6 | F.01U.122.796 Hardware Installation Manual Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd...
  • Page 63: Card Reader Keypad Functions

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Card Reader Keypad Functions | en Card Reader Keypad Functions AEC2.1 supports a range of Card Readers for different card types that is suitable for use in AEC2.1 Panel. Some Card Readers come with built-in Keypad that is most suitable for use as Entry reader.
  • Page 64: Using Keypad In "enable Keypad Only Operation" Mode

    | Card Reader Keypad Functions Access Easy Controller 2.1 Present the card to the Reader, the LED will flash at a slow rate for the duration as depicted in the Reader's Keypad Time-out field. Enter your PIN code. If the PIN code is valid, pull the door to get in. Otherwise, the LED will flash at a fast rate, indicating a wrong PIN code.
  • Page 65: Changing Pin Code

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Card Reader Keypad Functions | en To Clock In Press the key of the Entry Reader and present your card. The LED will flash once and the door will be unlocked if the cardholder has been given the access right.
  • Page 66 | Card Reader Keypad Functions Access Easy Controller 2.1 HID reader LED indicators HID reader Buzzer Armed.The zone is Off or Beeping During Arm Armed Delay Part ArmedThe zone is Green/Red Alternating at slow Off or Beeping During Arm...
  • Page 67 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Card Reader Keypad Functions | en Buzzer will beep at a fast rate for 15 seconds. The Alarm Zone is ARMED. In the Transactions web page, you should see the Armed transaction as carried out by the particular card number, user name, time, date and location of reader.
  • Page 68: Common Alarm Output

    | Common Alarm Output Access Easy Controller 2.1 Common Alarm Output 13.1 Overview The AEC2.1 provides a Common Alarm output that can be used to provide a hand-off to an extended alarm system, whenever an alarm condition is detected by the controller.
  • Page 69: Controller Tamper

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Common Alarm Output | en 13.5 Controller Tamper Everytime the Controller's cover is opened, the message Controller Tamper is sent to the Transactions web page. The Common Alarm Output is triggered on and is restored only when the Controller's cover is closed back.
  • Page 70: How To Set Up The Access Easy Controller 2.1 And The Computer

    | How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer This chapter provides the basic setup and configuration details of the AEC2.1 system. It is to be used together with the AEC2.1 Software Manual for a complete configuration of the...
  • Page 71: Configuring A Web Browser To Work With Access Easy Controller

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer | en Follow the directions in the section of this manual entitled How to Set Initial Controller Configuration, page 83. Notice! The AEC2.1 is a stand alone system and does not require a constant connection to a PC for proper operation.
  • Page 72 | How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer Access Easy Controller 2.1 Click on Start > Settings > Control Panel. From the Windows Control Panel, click the Internet Options icon. The screen below appears.
  • Page 73 Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer | en periodically. The ’Activity > Transactions’ menu lists all the activities performed by the AEC panel. Click the button to save the changes and exit from the Settings windows.
  • Page 74 | How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer Access Easy Controller 2.1 From the Internet Option screen, select the Connections tab to display the Connections dialog box. This screen below appears. Click to display the LAN Settings dialog box.
  • Page 75 Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer | en If your network does not use a proxy server, then you can skip and go directly to step 10. If your network does use a proxy server, then select Use a proxy server for your LAN in the Proxy Server window as shown below.
  • Page 76 | How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer Access Easy Controller 2.1 10. Make sure you have a crossover type network cable connected between the computer and the AEC2.1. Now run the Web Browser program from Windows.
  • Page 77 Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer | en 13. Proceed to login using the default user id: user1 and password: 8088. Select the required GUI language from the language dropdown. Upon successful login, the controller's home page is displayed as shown below.
  • Page 78: Install Aec2.1 Certificate On A Windows Computer

    | How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer Access Easy Controller 2.1 15. After the database has been saved, the system will prompt you to reboot the controller as shown below. Click the OK button to reboot the controller. It will now boot using the new IP address.
  • Page 79 Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer | en Click on the link Continue to this website (not recommended). This will bring up the login page with the certificate error message as shown below.
  • Page 80 | How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer Access Easy Controller 2.1 The screen below shows the certificate dialog. In the General tab, click Install Certificates. The screen below appears. 2018.11 | 1.0.6 | F.01U.122.796...
  • Page 81 Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer | en Click the Next button to start importing the certificate. Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd Hardware Installation Manual 2018.11 | 1.0.6 | F.01U.122.796...
  • Page 82 | How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer Access Easy Controller 2.1 Select the radio button Place all certificates in the following store. Click the Browse button to select a location to save the certificates. The following window pops up for you to select the location.
  • Page 83: How To Set Initial Controller Configuration

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer | en 11. Click the Finish button to complete the installation. The following security warning prompts. 12. Click Yes to complete the installation. Enter the AEC2.1's IP address in the browser's Address box and the AEC2.1 login page appears without the certificate error message.
  • Page 84 | How to Set Up the Access Easy Controller 2.1 and the Computer Access Easy Controller 2.1 Login to AEC2.1 using the user name “user1” and password “8088”. Select the required GUI language from the language dropdown. Click the Login button.
  • Page 85: Dial-in Networking

    For persons preferring to use a different modem, the set-up characteristics needed by the modem are documented later in this chapter. Understand that when using a non-standard modem, Bosch Security Systems and supplier support services will not be able to provide troubleshooting and technical support for modem-related issues.
  • Page 86 | Dial-In Networking Access Easy Controller 2.1 The diagrams below indicate the location of the controller's serial port that is connected to the modem. Serial COM Port 2 for connecting to Modem Notice! AEC2.1 only supports US Robotics dial-in Modems. For other brands of modem, refer to dial- in protocol section to check modem compatibility.
  • Page 87: Modem Switch Settings

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Dial-In Networking | en Connect one end of the telephone cable provided with the modem to the wall jack and the other end into the connector on the back of the modem. There are two connectors on the back of the modem.
  • Page 88: Dial-in Security Features

    | Dial-In Networking Access Easy Controller 2.1 Notice! The next step of this procedure requires that the AEC2.1 be reset. If the controller is currently in use, then you may want to back up the controller's database before continuing.
  • Page 89: Controller Setup

    15.5 Handling of IP Addresses by Access Easy Controller 2.1 When dial-in networking is used to connect to the AEC2.1, the connection is made using a communication point-to-point protocol (PPP). The PPP is used whenever a computer establishes a dial-in connection to any server.
  • Page 90: Changing The Dial-in Ip Address

    | Dial-In Networking Access Easy Controller 2.1 15.6 Changing the Dial-In IP Address Normally, the dial-in IP address is managed automatically by the controller and need not be changed. A possibility exists, however, that the automatically assigned dial-in IP address could conflict with another computer on the customer's network.
  • Page 91 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Dial-In Networking | en Double-click Make New Connection and the screen below appears. Enter a name for the connection (e.g., Access Easy Controller HQ). Follow all on-screen instructions. Make sure a modem is connected to your computer.
  • Page 92 | Dial-In Networking Access Easy Controller 2.1 Configure your modem by selecting the General tab and setting available option, as appropriate. Select the communications port and accept the maximum speed default setting. After configuring your modem, click the button and continue with the Make New Connection dialog box as shown below.
  • Page 93 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Dial-In Networking | en Enter the telephone number for AEC2.1 to which you want to connect, click the Next button, and the below screen appears. Click the Finish button. Return to Dial-in Networking as explained in step 1 to view your new connection.
  • Page 94 | Dial-In Networking Access Easy Controller 2.1 10. To connect to the AEC2.1, double-click the Access Easy Controller HQ icon, the screen below appears. 11. In the User name and Password boxes, enter the Dial-In User name and password of the AEC2.1 to which you want to connect.
  • Page 95: Handling Simultaneous Network And Dial-in Connections

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Dial-In Networking | en 15.8 Handling Simultaneous Network and Dial-in Connections In the unusual case where you may attempt to connect to AEC2.1 over a dial-in connection from a computer that is on the same local area network as the controller, there is a possibility that Internet Explorer may not be able to establish the dial-in connection with the controller.
  • Page 96: Restoring A Backup Copy Of Database To The Access Easy Controller

    | Restoring a Backup Copy of Database to the Access Easy Controller 2.1 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Restoring a Backup Copy of Database to the Access Easy Controller 2.1 This chapter explains the necessary steps to restore a copy of the controller's database from a backup stored on the computer.
  • Page 97 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Restoring a Backup Copy of Database to the Access Easy Controller 2.1 | en Click the upload button to upload the file. The dialog box below appears for confirmation. Click the button to proceed. Once the process is completed without error a successful message is displayed.
  • Page 98: Entry And Arm/disarm Reader

    | Entry and Arm/Disarm Reader Access Easy Controller 2.1 Entry and Arm/Disarm Reader AEC2.1 has the option to configure a reader as a normal door access reader and acts as an Arming/Disarming reader at the same time. In order to achieve dual operation on the reader, there are certain settings required.
  • Page 99 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Entry and Arm/Disarm Reader | en Notice! There is an additional setting available which is the Door Buzzer. When a reader is configured as an Entry and Arm/Disarm reader, the buzzer control for the reader will need to be rewired to a spare output on the 4-Reader board.
  • Page 100: Wiring Diagram Of A Hid Compliant Entry And Arm/disarm Reader

    100 en | Entry and Arm/Disarm Reader Access Easy Controller 2.1 17.1 Wiring diagram of a HID Compliant Entry and Arm/Disarm Reader Yellow BOSCH COM1 Black LED1 DO-1 Green White D1-1 COM2 LED1 LED2 BUZ1 Orange COM3 LED3 DO-2 D1-2...
  • Page 101: Appendix A How To Install & Set The Tcp/ip Address On A Pc

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix A How to Install & Set the TCP/IP Address on a PC | en 101 Appendix A How to Install & Set the TCP/IP Address on a PC This chapter describes the steps required to install TCP/IP communication protocol on a computer and to assign an IP address to a computer.
  • Page 102 102 en | Appendix A How to Install & Set the TCP/IP Address on a PC Access Easy Controller 2.1 If Internet Protocol TCP/IP is not found, then you need to install it. To add the TCP/IP component, click the...
  • Page 103 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix A How to Install & Set the TCP/IP Address on a PC | en 103 With the TCP/IP - adapter component highlighted, click the button to define the TCP/IP Properties. The TCP/IP properties dialog box appears as shown below.
  • Page 104 104 en | Appendix A How to Install & Set the TCP/IP Address on a PC Access Easy Controller 2.1 10. Enter the IP Address and Subnet Mask Address. The following examples shows the recommended address and subnet mask to assign to the computer to communicate with a brand new AEC2.1 as received from the factory.
  • Page 105: Appendix B Modem Setup

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix B Modem Setup | en 105 Appendix B Modem Setup 19.1 Preparing the WAVECOM GSM Modem for AEC2.1 Insert the SIM Chip into the GSM Modem. Power up the GSM modem. Connect the PC serial port, and the Modem using the serial cable that comes with the Modem.
  • Page 106: How To Test The Gsm Modem

    106 en | Appendix B Modem Setup Access Easy Controller 2.1 Click the button and in the next screen set the Baud rate, set it to 115200 Bits per second, 8 Data bits, 1 stop bit and None in the Parity as shown below.
  • Page 107 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix B Modem Setup | en 107 Firstly set the GSM Modem as shown above, and then connect the GSM Modem to the PC via the serial port and run HyperTerminal. Follow the steps below to send out a test SMS.
  • Page 108: Appendix C Detailed Wiring

    108 en | Appendix C Detailed Wiring Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix C Detailed Wiring This appendix shows the detailed wiring diagram of the Main Controller Unit for the system. The type of cable specification is tabulated below the image for quick reference.
  • Page 109 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix C Detailed Wiring | en 109 The wiring diagram below shows the power limited and non-power limited circuits. There should be a minimum 0.25 inch separation between power limited and non-power limited circuits. Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd Hardware Installation Manual 2018.11 | 1.0.6 | F.01U.122.796...
  • Page 110 110 en | Appendix C Detailed Wiring Access Easy Controller 2.1 2018.11 | 1.0.6 | F.01U.122.796 Hardware Installation Manual Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd...
  • Page 111: Appendix D Selecting A Correct Battery Size

    Appendix D Selecting A Correct Battery Size This section provides information on choosing the correct battery for the AEC2.1 system. 21.1 Battery Specification for Access Easy Controller 2.1 The following battery specifications are recommended for the use of AEC. Specifications Nominal Voltage Capacity (20HR, 25°C)
  • Page 112 112 en | Appendix D Selecting A Correct Battery Size Access Easy Controller 2.1 Charging Characteristics (25°C) Dimensions Constant Current Discharge Characteristics (A, 25°C) F.V/TIME 5min 10min 15min 30min 60min 9.60V 27.4 18.0 14.0 8.20 4.70 1.83 1.24 0.71 0.37 10.2V...
  • Page 113 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix D Selecting A Correct Battery Size | en 113 F.V/TIME 5min 10min 15min 30min 60min 10.8V 83.8 50.4 21.0 14.3 8.17 4.32 Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd Hardware Installation Manual 2018.11 | 1.0.6 | F.01U.122.796...
  • Page 114: Appendix E Troubleshooting Login Problems

    114 en | Appendix E Troubleshooting Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix E Troubleshooting 22.1 Login Problems This section offers troubleshooting guidance for situations when you can successfully connect to the AEC2.1, but the login process fails. The following list summarizes the warning and error messages that could be displayed while attempting to log in to the AEC2.1.
  • Page 115: Network Connectivity Problems

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix E Troubleshooting | en 115 Symptom: From the AEC2.1 Login screen, the message “Incorrect password” is displayed when you click the Login box after entering the user id and password. Possible cause: You are entering the wrong password for the user id.
  • Page 116 116 en | Appendix E Troubleshooting Access Easy Controller 2.1 Step 3 - Verify that the AEC2.1 can connect directly to the technician's computer Procedure: Disconnect the controller from the customer's network. Connect the AEC2.1 directly to the technician's computer using the crossover CAT5 cable.
  • Page 117 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix E Troubleshooting | en 117 Disconnect the AEC2.1 from the customer's network and connect the technician's computer in its place. Be sure to use the same wall jack (or hub port) as used by the controller.
  • Page 118 118 en | Appendix E Troubleshooting Access Easy Controller 2.1 Step 7 - Confirm that the technician's computer can “ping” the customer's computer and/or gateway on the same local sub-network. Procedure: From the technician's computer, open a DOS window and send a “ping” command to a customer computer on the same local subnet.
  • Page 119 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix E Troubleshooting | en 119 From the same customer computer used in the previous step, have the customer use the Web browser to connect to the AEC2.1. The AEC2.1 Login screen should be displayed. Decision: Yes - Proceed to step 10.
  • Page 120: Appendix F Frequently Asked Questions

    120 en | Appendix F Frequently Asked Questions Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix F Frequently Asked Questions The AEC2.1 is targeted for small to mid-sized users who, because of the expense traditionally associated with access control solutions, have not been able to justify such systems in their security plans.
  • Page 121 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix F Frequently Asked Questions | en 121 Question - I noticed that some of the AEC2.1 graphic and text presentation are slightly different when displayed on my associate's computer when compared on my computer. Is this normal? Answer - This is normal.
  • Page 122: Controller Questions

    122 en | Appendix F Frequently Asked Questions Access Easy Controller 2.1 Answer - Yes, as long as the HID proximity readers provides wiegand output and you know the card format of the cards, you can replace your old access system with AEC2.1 without changing the readers and the card.
  • Page 123: Reader And Door Questions

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix F Frequently Asked Questions | en 123 Question - The CPU board was faulty and I did backup the latest soft copy of the database. Is there any other way I could recover my data? Answer - Yes, if fault was not due to the compact flash memory card, we could just replace the AEC2.1 CPU and insert the previous compact flash memory card and the system will work as...
  • Page 124 124 en | Appendix F Frequently Asked Questions Access Easy Controller 2.1 Question - The motion detector that I am using as my request-to-exit sensor performs inconsistently. It will work the first time a person approaches the door to exit, but may not work at all when a second person approaches the door some 10 to 15 seconds later.
  • Page 125: Inputs And Outputs

    Bosch Security Systems recommends that concurrent controller logins be limited to two to provide rapid response to user requests for information. While the controller will handle more than two concurrent logins, the users may notice degradation in the speed with which screen pages are drawn when there are multiple simultaneous logins to the controller.
  • Page 126 Answer - Since this cable is industry standard category-5 Ethernet cable, the length is limited to 100 metres. Bosch Security Systems recommends that you do not exceed this cable length. If a longer cable run is needed, then Ethernet extenders should be used to increase the distance.
  • Page 127: Appendix G Blank Configuration Form

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix G Blank Configuration Form | en 127 Appendix G Blank Configuration Form This chapter provides blank configuration form for 4-Reader boards or 8-IO boards. The System Installer could use them to plan the set up before commencing on the installation. This form will also help the Installer doing the AEC2.1 programming to assign the correct address...
  • Page 128 128 en | Appendix G Blank Configuration Form Access Easy Controller 2.1 SW1 Address Settings: T4-4 to T4-6 T5-1 to T5-3 T5-4 to T5-6 Prepared By: ______________ Date: _________ AEC2.1 Boards Configuration Page ____ of ____ 8-IO Board SW1 Address Settings: Input Channels Device Connected / Description (e.g.
  • Page 129 Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix G Blank Configuration Form | en 129 SW1 Address Settings: T5-1 to T5-3 T5-4 to T5-6 Prepared By: ______________ Date: ______________ Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd Hardware Installation Manual 2018.11 | 1.0.6 | F.01U.122.796...
  • Page 130: Appendix H Resetting To Factory Default

    130 en | Appendix H Resetting to Factory Default Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix H Resetting to Factory Default On the first 4-Reader board of AEC2.1 system, JP2 is used to reset the panel to factory default setting. BOSCH COM1...
  • Page 131: Resetting To Factory Default

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix H Resetting to Factory Default | en 131 Reset to factory To reset IP default address Notice! These two functions are independent of each other and can be carried out independently or simultaneously. Shorting the jumper on the left and rebooting the system will cause the panel to be reset to factory default settings, keeping the IP Address unchanged.
  • Page 132: Resetting Ip Address To Default Ip Address

    132 en | Appendix H Resetting to Factory Default Access Easy Controller 2.1 Warning! All information, settings and configurations will be erased. Users are advised to do a system backup before proceeding. (IP Address will not be reset with this function) Click the No button to reboot the panel without changing the settings and configurations.
  • Page 133: Appendix I Ports Used By Aec2.1 And Aemc

    Access Easy Controller 2.1 Appendix I Ports Used by AEC2.1 and AEMC | en 133 Appendix I Ports Used by AEC2.1 and AEMC The following table lists the ports that are used by AEC2.1 and AEMC. Protocol/Port Usage Description TCP/443...
  • Page 134 134 en | Appendix I Ports Used by AEC2.1 and AEMC Access Easy Controller 2.1 Figure 26.1: Ports Used by AEC2.1 and AEMC 2018.11 | 1.0.6 | F.01U.122.796 Hardware Installation Manual Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd...
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