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Reader Wiring ..........................9 Supervised Input Wiring ......................10 Output Wiring ..........................11 DIP Switch Settings..........................11 LED Status ............................13 Connecting to IP-AK2 Access Control System..................14 Configuring via IP-AK2 Web Server ......................15 Connecting to IP-AK2 Web Server....................15 Connecting Panel to Computer ....................15 Configuring Network Connection....................16 Login to IP-AK2 Web Server ......................17...
Figure 3-7 Typical Supervised Input Wiring Diagram ....................10 Figure 3-8 LED Indicators............................13 Figure 4-1 IP-AK2 Panel Connections in IP-AK2 Access Control System ............... 14 Figure 5-1 IP-AK2 Web Server Hub Connection ...................... 15 Figure 5-2 IP-AK2 Web Server Direct Connection ....................16 Figure 5-3 Local Area Connection Properties......................
• Chapter 4, Connecting to IP-AK2 Access Control System, gives a diagrammatical instruction on how to connect IP-AK2 panel to Access Control System. • Chapter 5, Configuring via IP-AK2 Web Server, introduces how to configure IP-AK2 panel settings through IP-AK2 Web Server.
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Honeywell 2 Introduction The IP-AK2 Access Control Unit is one part of Access Control System (see Figure 4-1 IP-AK2 Panel Connections in IP-AK2 Access Control System on page 14), which protects and preserves enterprise’s resources by providing authentication, authorization, and administration services.
The battery is wired and connected to the BAT and COM terminals on the 12VDC power supply in the IP-AK2 enclosure. When AC is lost, the power supply automatically switches to the backup batteries for continuous 12VDC power.
Table 3-5 DIP Switch Settings page 12). Check all wirings. Improper wiring can cause damage to the IP-AK2 panel when power up and Caution result in a loss of warranty. Apply power to the panel, and then POWER LED will turn green meanwhile. The POWER LED is close to 12VDC power connector (TB1).
Installation Mounting The following five figures show the back, top, bottom, right, and left views of the IP-AK2 panel cabinet. Each view includes the dimensions and knockout placement to mount the cabinet. See the table below for dimensions of the conduit entries into the cabinet.
324.5mm [12.776”] 2-N3 325mm [12.795”] Wirings This section describes how to wire the IP-AK2 panel cabinet, the reader, the supervised input and output. Cabinet Wiring The picture below shows how to connect the IP-AK2 panel and the inputs, outputs, power supply in cabinet.
Honeywell Figure 3-6 Cabinet Wiring Reader Wiring Each reader port supports a single 12-volt reader with Wiegand output format. The maximum power draw is 300 mA for readers. To fully utilize each reader port, a shielded 7-conductor cable (18-22 AWG) is required. If the optional reader buzzer feature is not needed, you can use the standard 6-conductor cable.
Figure 3-7 Typical Supervised Input Wiring Diagram The figure above shows the typical wiring for a supervised input using standard 2,200 ohm resistors. The IP-AK2 panel accepts 1,000, 2,200, 4,700, or 10,000 ohm values. Note that both resistors must have the same value.
Relay 3 and Relay 4 are used as auxiliary outputs. IP-AK2 panel is connected to the nominal 12VDC power supply and cannot be used to power the access control door strikes/locks or other auxiliary loads. The voltage range of the relay outputs is 12VDC to 28VDC.
Honeywell Note Changes will take effect only after reboot. LED Status When all of the wirings and DIP switch settings are finished, turn on the power. It will take a few minutes for the panel to complete the power-up sequence. When the panel is initializing, verify that the appropriate LED indicators identified in the figure are in accord with the descriptions in the table below.
The picture below gives an example showing how to connect IP-AK2 panels to an IP- AK2 Access Control System. Figure 4-1 IP-AK2 Panel Connections in IP-AK2 Access Control System Ethernet 100 BaseT (CAT 5) 328Ft (100 Meter).
Professional. Do not guarantee web browser compatibility in other operation system. Connecting to IP-AK2 Web Server Before connecting to the IP-AK2 Web Server, The IP-AK2 panel must be connected to the Computer first, and then the network connection should be configured. Connecting Panel to Computer...
Ethernet Ethernet port with an Ethernet Crossover cable. Cable The IP-AK2 panel connected is the Master panel. DIP switch 6 on a Master panel Note must be set to “ON”. Configuring Network Connection On the computer Desktop, click Start Control Panel Network Connections.
Click【OK】to accept the changes. Login to IP-AK2 Web Server Security Alert Before logging into the IP-AK2 Web Server, there may be security alert messages popping up to ensure security safe, and according to different web browsers, the security alert windows will be different.
Figure 5-8 Security Alert 4 Click【Confirm Security Exception】on the window prompts, and then enter to IP-AK2 Web Server login page. Login After resolving the security problem, the IP-AK2 Web Server Login page will show up. Figure 5-9 IP-AK2 Web Server Login Page...
Configuring via Web Server This section explains the IP-AK2 configuration functions as accessed via the IP-AK2 Web Server. The menus on Configuration tab in IP-AK2 Web Server are arranged according to the recommended configuration sequence, you can configure them from top to bottom one by one These functions should be performed only by administrator.
Data Management Configure Door Specific Settings Input Settings Output Settings Reader Settings Configure Access Settings Site Codes Access Levels Card Formats Card Management Configure System Settings User Configuration Network Settings Web Configuration Figure 5-12 Configuration Menu in IP-AK2 Web Server...
Time Configuration Time Zones The IP-AK2 panel controls access by time zones, or time schedules. Inputs, outputs, readers, and cards with access levels are all configured with time zones by which they will be energized or de-energized, enabled or disabled. For example, you might assign an output to be energized from 12:00 a.m.
Configuring via IP-AK2 Web Server Link to Time Zone: select desired time zone from the drop-down list. • • Start Time: enter the start time of the new time zone. • End Time: enter the end time of the new time zone.
Honeywell Figure 5-19 Add Holiday Configure the settings as below: • Name: enter the new holiday name. • Date: enter the date of the new holiday. Type: assign a type to the holiday: Holiday Set 1, Holiday Set 2 or Holiday Set 3.
Configuring via IP-AK2 Web Server Figure 5-22 Select a Different Panel 2 All active panels in current loop will be shown as hyperlinks. The content of the hyperlink is the name of the panel with the loop address in bracket.
Displays the address set by the panel’s DIP switches. Type Displays “IP-AK2” as the panel type. Boot Time Displays the time that power applied to the IP-AK2 panel. Reboots the panel. Restart won’t change the current configuration in the Restart Panel database.
Configuring via IP-AK2 Web Server Figure 5-24 Interlocks Page Some of interlocks can’t be edited or disabled. These interlocks are created internally to make controls over doors work. They are never supposed to be Note changed manually. Creating Interlock Click【Add Interlock】above the list, the page below will pop up:...
Honeywell Figure 5-26 Modify Interlock Change Interlock settings. Click【OK】to accept changes. Disable/Enable Interlocks Click Disable/Enable hyperlink at the end of the row to disable/enable an interlock. Deleting Interlocks Check all the boxes in front of the interlocks to be deleted in the list.
Alarms and events record what had happened in the system. It is important for accident analysis. Due to memory limit, old alarms or events will be overwritten. IP-AK2 provides event auto-backup mechanism to avoid event lost. When auto-backup function is enabled, event and alarm will be transferred to remote ftp server automatically when threshold value user defined is reached.
Click【Export】button. Click【OK】on the pop-up window. Door Configuration Each IP-AK2 panel supports two doors. For each door, you must configure the readers, inputs and outputs. Current Door Make sure you are configuring the correct door. The horizontal bar shown on the top of Input Settings page, Output Settings page, and Reader Settings page shows the door number that you are configuring currently.
Configuring via IP-AK2 Web Server o Cut (supervised input only): indicates that the electrical circuit on the door has been cut or disconnected. • Egress Tamper - Indicates abnormal handling of the reader device. • Figure 5-30 Input Settings Page There are four possible mode configurations.
Honeywell Specify the Status, Egress and Tamper Debounce time, or the period of time when • the input must remain in new state before it is recognized. • Specify the time zones for the Status, Egress and Tamper inputs. •...
Configuring via IP-AK2 Web Server Figure 5-34 Output Settings Page Refer to the descriptions in the table below to configure output settings. Table 5-6 Output Settings Description Setting Description Output Number Specifies the number of out point to be occupied by the door.
Honeywell Define the time zone during which the reader will be disabled. When the reader is • disabled, neither exit nor entry by Card and PIN mode or Card or PIN mode is allowed. • Define the time zone during which the reader will be in lockdown mode. When the reader is in lockdown mode, entry is prevented but egress is still allowed.
Configuring via IP-AK2 Web Server Access Configuration Site Codes Site Codes identify enterprise sites. Up to 8 site codes can be served as secondary card IDs (in addition to the card number) for additional validation. Click Site Codes on Configuration tab and the page below displays. You can view existing site codes, create a new site code, modify an existing site code, and delete them.
Honeywell Change site code settings. Click【OK】to accept changes. Deleting Site Codes Check all the boxes in front of the site codes to be deleted in the list. Click【Delete】above the list. Click【OK】on the prompt window. Access Levels The access level specifies the time zone, or time schedule, during which the card holder can be granted access at specific doors.
Configuring via IP-AK2 Web Server Time Zone: select the time zone from the drop-down list • • Associated Doors: select the door(s). Card holders with this access level can only access selected door(s) during selected time zone. Click【OK】. Modifying Access Level...
Honeywell Figure 5-43 Card Format Data Layout Refer to the descriptions in the following table to configure card format settings. Table 5-8 Card Format Description Setting Description Name The unique name identifies the card format. Returns the message from the reader in reverse bit order (the least Reverse Bit Order significant bit first and the most significant bit last).
Configuring via IP-AK2 Web Server Card Management Card is encoded with a unique number. When swiping a card with valid card number, the card holder would be granted access to certain doors during a certain time. Click Card Management and the page below will display, and then you can view existing cards, create new card, modify an existing card, delete cards, and search cards.
Honeywell Setting Description Identifies the card holder. A card holder’s name includes first name Card Holder Name and last name. Each name supports up to 25 characters. Specifies whether the card holder is an employee, VIP, or a Card Type temporary employee (Temp).
Note example, use “Chun*” will return card 17900. System Configuration User Configuration Only User with the following roles can use the IP-AK2 Web Server: • Administrator - Configures and monitors the IP-AK2 System. • Operator - Monitors and operate the system.
Honeywell Role: select the user role, either administrator or operator. • • Account State: select account state. Only a user in Enable state can log into the system. Click【OK】to create this user. Modifying User Click the name of the user to be modified in the list to open the page below: Figure 5-50 Modify User Change user settings.
Configuring via IP-AK2 Web Server Figure 5-53 Networking Settings Page Refer to the table below for field descriptions and make corresponding changes. Table 5-10 Networking Settings Description Setting Description IP Address IP address Networking Subnet Mask subnet mask Default Gateway...
Doors – an overview of all doors’ status in the system in graphical manner. • • Inputs – terminals located on the IP-AK2 panel; the inputs are wired to input points, such as a card reader, elsewhere in the IP-AK2 system. •...
Panel ID The loop address of the panel that generates the alarm. Event Point The unique number assigned to the device on the IP-AK2 panel. Event Point Name The name assigned to the device on the IP-AK2 panel. Description Description of the alarm.
Honeywell Door View All door status on the panel will be shown on Door View. In addition, some basic control functions are provided on this page, such as “Open/Close”, “Temporarily Open”, “Restore to Time Zone”. Figure 5-59 Monitoring->Doors Table 5-13 Door Icon Description...
Configuring via IP-AK2 Web Server On Input View, you can: • View the current status of each input (Normal, Alarm, Cut, Short, Shunted). • Shunt or un-shunt any input. When an input is shunted, it is de-activated. The default state of an input point is “un-shunted”.
• Capacity: Maximum number of items that can be configured. Figure 5-65 Monitoring->System Status Report The IP-AK2 system can generate the following reports (they can be downloaded to the computer by clicking the report icon): • Alarms & Events Report •...
Honeywell IP-AK2 Panel Wiring Diagram Figure 6-1 IP-AK2 Panel Wiring Diagram Maintain at least 25 inch between the non-power limited wiring (220VAC/60 Hz Note input wiring, 12VDC wiring, battery backup/charger wiring) and all other wirings, which are power-limited Class 2 wiring.
Maintenance 7 Maintenance Perform the following maintenance on the IP-AK2 enclosure: • Change the Long-way 6FM3.2A lead-acid backup batteries every 2 or 2.5 year. Caution Do not connect an uncharged battery to the panel. Oil the lock once a year.
(including the battery), change the switch setting, re-connect the Host RS-485 terminal block, and re-apply the power. The IP-AK2 EOL network is AC-coupled. There is no resistance difference between the RS-485 positive and negative terminals no matter the EOL network Note...
If the door status goes from close to open and to close again during the 10 second door open period, the door relay will be immediately de-energized. IP-AK2 Panel Defaults Reader Ports The panel accepts a Wiegand serial data packet from the card reader. If the card is in the database, the associated relay is activated.
Relay 2 (Output 2) Reader Tamper Inputs The card readers have a Tamper signal wired to the IP-AK2 panel. This is a two-state input configured as a Normally Closed contact. The followings are the default Reader Tamper Inputs to Panel Input associations:...
Miscellaneous AC FAIL and Panel Tamper Inputs The panel has the following two additional generic inputs that can be used as generic inputs or as either External Power Fail or Enclosure Tamper inputs. The default condition is a two-state input configured as Normally Closed. Input 14 is a special case, since it reports in as two inputs (inputs 14 and 20).