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Mullion Reader
User Manual
Document ID: A-100417-b
Edition date: 15.04.2019

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  • Page 1 Mullion Reader User Manual Document ID: A-100417-b Edition date: 15.04.2019...
  • Page 2 MIFARE and MIFARE Classic are trademarks of NXP B.V. MIFARE DESFire are registered trademarks of NXP B.V. and are used under license. Hereby, Siemens Switzerland Ltd. declares that this equipment type is in compliance with the following EU Directives for CE marking: • Directive 2014/30/EU (Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive) •...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1 Introduction 2 Technical data 2.1 FCC statements 3 Safety regulations 4 Reader components and package contents 4.1 Reader components 4.2 Package contents 5 Mounting and connecting 5.1 Mounting a reader 5.2 Mounting a reader with cables fed from the side 5.3 Connecting the cables 5.3.1 Connecting the reader in OSDP mode 5.3.2 Connecting the reader in Wiegand mode...
  • Page 4 10.3 Connecting the reader to ACT in Wiegand mode 11 Connecting the reader to SPC...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    The readers are easy to mount and can be mounted on a flat surface. The readers can be cleaned with most kinds of domestic detergents. All readers have a multicolour light frame. The AR50M-MF has a keypad for PIN code.
  • Page 6: Technical Data

    Zinc cast metal bezel with Housing polycarbonate plastic front polycarbonate plastic front Color Black, matt chrome Black, matt chrome Dimensions (WxHxD) mm Surface mounted: 48 x 129 x 22 Surface mounted: 48 x 129 x 24 A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 7: Fcc Statements

    (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Warning: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the User`s authority to operate the equipment. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 8: Safety Regulations

    Please consider any additional country-specific, local laws, safety standards, or regulations concerning installation, operation, and disposal of the product. Liability claim Do not make any changes or modifications to the device. Use only spare parts and accessories that have been approved by the manufacturer. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 9: Reader Components And Package Contents

    Upper and lower terminal block locations 4.2 Package contents + - B A terminal block for OSDP and Wiegand (lower terminal block) R Y/T G H terminal block for Wiegand (upper terminal block) Mounting/Tamper screws Cover screw Opening tool A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 10: Mounting And Connecting

    3. If tamper protection is required, fix the screw (item 3) into the tamper base (item 2). Do not over tighten the screw as this can damage the tamper base. 4. Continue to follow the instructions detailed in Connecting the cables on page 13. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 11: Mounting A Reader With Cables Fed From The Side

    1. Remove the gasket from the base. 2. Identify which of the knockouts the cables should be fed through. 3. Use a pliers to pull the knockout away from the base. 4. Remove the corresponding knockout on the cover. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 12 7. Feed the cables through the opening and reinsert the gasket. Follow the instructions for Connecting the cables on the next page. Siemens Switzerland Ltd. recommend sealing the gap that the knockout creates with a silicon sealant. Do this after you have closed the reader. Please...
  • Page 13: Connecting The Cables

    By default EOL is ON and the reader acts as the last reader on the bus. However, if the reader is an intermediate reader on the bus, Jumper 3 must be removed. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 14: Connecting The Reader In Wiegand Mode

    LED by setting both the red and green indication inputs low. Both the red and green indication LEDs are turned off at this time. The buzzer is activated by setting the horn input low. The buzzer is deactivated by setting the horn input high. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 15 EOL. By default the reader has EOL ON. EOL is always off in Wiegand mode. Please note that you must set the Jumpers to configure your application. For more information on setting the Jumpers in Wiegand mode see Setting the Jumpers for Wiegand on page 17. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 16: Setting The Jumpers

    The diagrams below show how to position the Jumpers to get the desired functions from the terminal blocks. Note that the EOL is ON for a sole reader or for the last reader on the RS485 bus. Jumper 1 A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 17: Setting The Jumpers For Wiegand

    If you are adding this reader to an existing Reverse Mode installation, you must follow the procedure to program the reader to Reverse Mode Wiegand. For more information, please refer to: Reverse mode Wiegand on page 19. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 18 The diagrams below show how to position the Jumpers to get the desired functions from the terminal blocks. Note that in Wiegand mode EOL is not fitted. Wiegand can be set at 32 bit, 37 bit, or 56 bit. Jumper 1 Jumper 1 is OFF to select Wiegand. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 19: Reverse Mode Wiegand

    Reverse Mode 26 Bit Wiegand. For more information, see Programming a Reverse mode transmission reader for 26 Bit Wiegand on the facing page. Only one of the two modes may be configured at a time. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 20: Programming A Reader For Reverse Mode Transmission

    For 37 Bit Wiegand , remove the Jumper. 10. Continue with the installation. 5.9 Programming a Reverse mode transmission reader for 26 Bit Wie- gand The reader may programmed into 26 Bit Wiegand mode as follows; A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 21: Re-programming A Reverse Mode Transmission Reader Away From 26 Bit Wiegand

    Standard Wiegand transmission mode Wiegand bit mode dependent on Jumper 2 ACT MIFARE card printed number on card DESfire UID. 5.10.1 37 Bit Wiegand. 37 Bit Wiegand operation is compatible with ACT MIFARE / DESfire readers. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 22: Closing The Reader

    2. Gently press in the bottom of the reader front until the snap lock confirms a secure attachment. 3. Screw the cover screw (see number 4 in Package contents on page 9) into the bottom of the reader. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 23: Disassembling The Reader

    1. Remove the cover screw. 2. Insert the opening tool in the slot between the base and the front and push gently upwards. 3. Use the opening tool to pull the reader outwards and upwards. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 24: To Remove The Terminal Block

    7.2 To remove the terminal block: 1. Push down gently on the end of the terminal block marked with either +-BA or RY/TGH. 2. Tilt the terminal block away from the base. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 25: Default Settings

    The 3CT tool configures the format in which user cards are interpreted by the card reader. The 3CT tool supports configuration of the following options: Tamper Output / Yellow Input and Heart beat Mode. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 26: Setting Burst Mode Using The Keypad

    3. Hold down the ✓ key until you hear the two-tone affirmative beep. 4. To change back to 4 bit burst from 8 bit burst, follow the steps above pressing the key sequence1414 instead of 1818. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 27: Connecting The Reader To Sipass Integrated

    9.1 Connecting the reader to SiPass integrated in OSDP mode SiPass integrated RIM (DRI/ERI) Power and A, B (OSDP) Reader 1 (AR50M-MF Mullion reader with keypad) Reader 2 (AR20M-MF Mullion reader) Reader 3 (VR40S-MF MIFARE Reader with keypad and display)
  • Page 28: Setting Osdp Address For The Reader

    5 is removed and a new reader is installed, the new reader gets address 5. 9.3 Connecting the reader to SiPass integrated in Wiegand mode For more detail on connecting the reader to SiPass integrated via Wiegand see Connecting the reader in Wiegand mode on page 14. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 29: Connecting The Reader To Act

    10.1 Connecting the reader to ACT in OSDP mode ACTpro 1500 Power and A, B (OSDP) Reader 1 (AR50M-MF Mullion reader with keypad) Reader 2 (AR20M-MF Mullion reader) Reader 3 (VR40S-MF MIFARE Reader with keypad and display) ACTpro 1500 can support both the VR and NGCR readers on the same OSDP bus.
  • Page 30: Setting The Osdp Address For The Reader

    OSDP operation. The serial number of the reader is used to identify and enrol a reader on the system . The serial number can be found on a sticker on the reverse of the front cover of the reader (bordered in red in the image below). A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 31 Record the 7 digit serial number. Record the door name. Record if a reader is an entry or exit reader. In the OSDP reader section of ACTEnterprise Software input the following attributes: Name Serial number Direction A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 32 Wiegand mode on page 14. If you are connecting an exit reader in Wiegand mode, you should wire the D0 from the reader to SENSE on the ACTpro 1500 (bordered in red on the image below). A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 33 11 Connecting the reader to SPC The SPC connection to a mullion reader is via Wiegand. For more detail on connecting via Wiegand see Connecting the reader in Wiegand mode on page 14. A-100417-b © Siemens 2019 15.04.2019...
  • Page 34 Siemens Switzerland Ltd Gubelstrasse 22 6300 Zug Switzerland www.siemens.com/securityproducts © Siemens 2019 Data and design subject to change without notice. Supply subject to availability. Document ID: A-100417-b Edition date: 15.04.2019...

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