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Honeywell SEC-H-600 Installation Instructions Manual

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SEC-H-600 Security Controller
This document covers the mounting and wiring of the WEBs-AX
It assumes that you are an engineer, technician, or service person who is performing
access system design or installation. Instructions apply to the following models:
Security Controller base unit controller, referred to in this
document as a "Security Controller."
NOTE: Another Security Controller model is available (SEC-H-201), which has the same form factor and onboard security I/O.
However, it supports fewer expansion modules. It has a separate mounting & wiring document. See "Related Documen-
tation," page 6. Separate documents also cover the mounting and wiring of Expansion Modules, and also the software
configuration required for a functioning system.

Table of Contents

See "Certifications," page 38.
Security Controller.



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  Summary of Contents for Honeywell SEC-H-600

  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    WEBs-AX Security Enclosure 4 Relay Output 20 Related Documentation 5 Digital Input 22 SYSTEM PLANNING 5 COMMUNICATIONS WIRING 23 Basic Design Rules (SEC-H-600) 5 Ethernet 23 Estimating Power and Battery Requirements 6 Serial 24 Voltage Drop Considerations 7 POWER WIRING 25...
  • Page 2: Product Description

    • 3 digital inputs (unsupervised, for predefined system monitoring) Additional security I/O points are achieved by adding expansion modules. A fully expanded SEC-H-600 can support a total of 32 readers (using 15 SEC-H-R2R expansion modules). Or, other combinations are possible with fewer readers but more general usage I/O using SEC-H-RIO expansion modules.
  • Page 3: Option Cards

    SEC-H-600 SECURITY CONTROLLER The Security Controller and its expansion modules all have end-mounted, 6-pin, connectors that support direct chaining of modules into assemblies. Connectors pass RS-485 communications and DC power (and battery backup) through connected modules. Also, you can mount expansion modules remotely from the Security Controller, and use the supplied 6-position terminal plugs to wire RS-485 and backup-battery cabling between the Security Controller assembly and expansion module assemblies.
  • Page 4: Webs-Ax Security Enclosure

    Enclosures. These enclosures meet the UL 294 listing, have a pre-mounted DIN rail (or rails), and include a door with a key lock and tamper switch. Two models have an integral 30W 15Vdc power supply that powers the SEC-H-600 controller and/or the expansion modules inside the enclosure.
  • Page 5: Related Documentation

    (one reader per door), plus additional I/O points. See “Onboard Security I/O” on page 2. 2. Per SEC-H-600 controller, a maximum of 15 additional SEC-H-R2R (2 reader) modules and SEC-H-RIO (remote I/O) mod- ules total, in any combination. If needed, all 15 can be SEC-H-R2R modules. See “Expansion Modules” on page 2.
  • Page 6: Estimating Power And Battery Requirements

    (W) and minimum Amp hours (Ah), for all devices. Where n is number of modules: • Min. power supply (W) = SEC-H-600 W + (n x SEC-H-R2R W) + (n x SEC-H-RIO W) = total W • Min. backup battery (Ah) = SEC-H-600 Ah + (n x SEC-H-R2R Ah) + (n x SEC-H-RIO Ah) = total Ah NOTE: Backup battery(ies) are often sized greater than the recommended minimum, for additional reserve.
  • Page 7: Voltage Drop Considerations

    When using an Enclosure Power Supply and backup battery to power the Security Controller plus all expansion modules, and some modules are not mounted in the same enclosure with the SEC-H-600, you must be aware of voltage drops in the connecting “trunk power”...
  • Page 8: Maximum Output Load Considerations

    If using multiple powered Security Enclosures (SEC-ENC-H-1, SEC-ENC-H-2) to power a large system, and running only battery backup power from the SEC-H-600 controller (on terminals PS-, BB of the SEC-H-201) to expansion modules in other enclosures, be aware that the output load cannot exceed 2.5A.
  • Page 9: Material And Tools Required

    • Medium or large sized WEBs-AX Security Enclosure, model SEC-ENC-H-1 or SEC-ENC-H-2. See “WEBs-AX Security Enclosure,” page 4, for more details. • Suitable tools and supplies for mounting enclosure, SEC-H-600 model of Security Controller and expansion modules, and for making all wiring terminations.
  • Page 10: Mounting

    NOTE: All U.S. Installations: For a UL Listed system (UL 294) you must mount the Security Controller (SEC-H-600) in a “WEBs-AX Security Enclosure,” page 4. All expansion modules must also be mounted in a WEBs-AX Security Enclo- sure, either the same enclosure or in additional enclosures.
  • Page 11: Removing And Replacing The Cover

    SEC-H-600 SECURITY CONTROLLER Fig. 3. Security Controller mounting details. Mounting on DIN Rail Removing from DIN Rail SEC-ENC-H-1 SEC-ENC-H-2 enclosure includes SEC-ENC-H-2 Security wiring harness for expansion modules. Controller Enclosure Power Supply Install supplied phillips head Tab holes screws in...
  • Page 12: Board Layout

    SEC-H-600 SECURITY CONTROLLER BOARD LAYOUT Figure 4 shows the location of LEDs, option slots, and other features of the SEC-H-600 Security Controller, with cover removed. For a side view of communications ports and other features, see Fig. 15 on page 26.
  • Page 13: Wiring Details

    SEC-H-600 SECURITY CONTROLLER WIRING DETAILS The following sections provide general wiring information: • General Wiring Rules • Connection Overview • Grounding • Cable Types and Lengths General Wiring Rules The authorized installation contractor should comply with the following rules: • Obey all national, state, and local electrical and safety codes.
  • Page 14: Connection Overview

    5. Prepare power wiring (leave the unit powered off). See “Power Wiring,” page 25, for details. 6. Connect the backup battery to the SEC-H-600 battery connector, and apply power to the unit. See “Connect the Backup Batteries,” page 26, and “Apply Power,” page 27.
  • Page 15: Security I/O Wiring

    • “Digital Input,” page 22 Door Terminal Associations The SEC-H-600 controller provides access control for two doors. For each door, the controller allocates: • One Reader Input (for a Wiegand-type, 12V reader) • Two Supervised Inputs: one for door switch monitor, one for REX (request-to-exit) •...
  • Page 16 SEC-H-600 SECURITY CONTROLLER Example Door 1 Wiring Figure 7 shows a Security Controller wiring schematic for a door with an HID-type reader, normally-closed door contact, normally- closed exit (REX) device, and a fail-safe DC door strike (normally-closed control). Fig. 7. Example Door 1 wiring (fail-safe).
  • Page 17: Reader Input

    Reader Input The SEC-H-600 controller has two door reader inputs, each supporting a Wiegand-type 12Vdc reader. Each reader input has a 7- position connector, on the circuit board labeled as Card Reader 2 and 1 (see Fig. 4 on page 12). Typical wiring is shown below in Fig.
  • Page 18: Supervised Input

    Supervised Input The SEC-H-600 controller has six (6) supervised inputs, located on three 3-position connectors next to the DB-9 connector (see Figure 9 below). Under each connector, terminals are labeled SIn, GND, SIn, for example: SI3, GND, SI4. This means when wiring, two conductors are typically landed to each GND terminal.
  • Page 19 SEC-H-600 SECURITY CONTROLLER Supervised Input Wiring Notes • The device monitored by a supervised input should have dry contacts (voltage free) as either a normally-open or normally- closed type switch. Mount the device per the vendor’s instructions. • Use shielded, twisted-pair, cabling to connect the device to the Security Controller. Maximum cable distance is 2000 feet (610m) •...
  • Page 20: Relay Output

    Relay Output The SEC-H-600 controller has four (4) Form-C relay outputs, each rated to switch 24VAC/DC loads up to 3A. Output terminals are located two 6-position connectors next to the card reader 2 input (see Fig. 4 on page 12). Terminals are labeled numerically 1 and 2 under one connector, and 3 and 4 under the other connector.
  • Page 21 SEC-H-600 SECURITY CONTROLLER Auxiliary Relay Output Wiring Relay outputs 3 and 4 are available for controlling an auxiliary device, such as a horn annunciator. Figure 11 shows example wiring for controlling an output device. Fig. 11. Relay output wiring from Security Controller to an auxiliary device.
  • Page 22: Digital Input

    Digital Input The SEC-H-600 controller has three (3) digital inputs, located on a 4-position connector next to supervised input connector (see Fig. 4 on page 12). Under the connector, terminals are labeled GND, DI1, DI2, DI3. This means when wiring, as many as three conductors can be landed to the common GND terminal.
  • Page 23: Communications Wiring

    Connect communications wiring to the Security Controller using ports on the bottom of the unit (Fig. 4.), which include: • Ethernet • Serial NOTE: Prior to connecting cables, provide strain relief for them to prevent damage to the controller. Fig. 13. Security Controller (SEC-H-600) bottom side, cover removed. Primary Ethernet (RJ-45) USB port NiMH battery pack in...
  • Page 24: Serial

    Serial There are two serial ports on the SEC-H-600 base unit. At the bottom of the board (see Fig. 13.), the DB-9 is an RS-232 port using an DB-9 plug (male) connector. At the ends of the unit, an RS-485 port “passes through” the unit using the lower 3 terminals of the 6-position connectors.
  • Page 25: Power Wiring

    Door strike power, as well as power for other loads switched by the SEC-H-600 and/or its expansion modules, should always be provided from a different source. Do not apply power to the SEC-H-600 until all other mounting and wiring is completed. See “Power Up and Initial Checkout,” page 26.
  • Page 26: Power Up And Initial Checkout

    SEC-H-600 SECURITY CONTROLLER POWER UP AND INITIAL CHECKOUT Ensure power wiring to the Security Controller is ready—see “Power Wiring,” page 25. Refer to Fig. 4 on page 12 for the locations of the NiMH battery connector, status LEDs, and 4-position connector for 12V sealed lead acid backup battery(ies).
  • Page 27: Apply Power

    SEC-H-600 SECURITY CONTROLLER Connect the Backup Battery Connect the 12V sealed lead-acid Backup Battery to the 4-position connector next to the DB-9 connector, on terminals BT+ and BT-. When the Security Controller is powered up, charging voltage is applied to the battery(ies).
  • Page 28: Ul Requirements

    SEC-H-600 SECURITY CONTROLLER Providing that the backup battery has tested good, upon loss of primary power the system operates from this backup battery power until the charge level of the onboard NiMH battery pack reaches 0. Note that both batteries discharge in parallel. However, as the sealed lead-acid backup battery capacity is much greater, the NiMH battery pack discharges much slower than if these backup battery(ies) were bad or not present.
  • Page 29: Compatible Readers

    SEC-H-600 SECURITY CONTROLLER 4. Digital input DI1 of the SEC-H-600 must be wired to the door tamper switch of its enclosure. See Fig. 12 on page 22. If additional WEBs-AX Security Enclosures are used in the system, each door tamper switch must also be wired to DI1 of one of the contained expansion modules.
  • Page 30: Using Status Leds

    • Heartbeat LED • Status LED • Relay Output LEDs • Serial Port LEDs See Fig. 17 for the exact locations of all LEDs on the SEC-H-600 Security Controller. Fig. 17. LEDs on the Security Controller (cover removed). Relay Output 2 Relay...
  • Page 31: Maintaining The Security Controller

    SEC-H-600 SECURITY CONTROLLER Status LED The “STATUS” LED is located to the right of the heartbeat (“BEAT”) LED, and is green. This LED provides a CPU machine status check, and should remain lit whenever the Security Controller is powered. If the STATUS LED does not light while power is applied, contact System Engineering for technical support.
  • Page 32 Wait for LED activity to stop—all LEDs on the Security Controller should be off. NOTE:NiMH-powered shutdown on the SEC-H-600 controller takes notably longer than with a SEC-H-201 controller. 4. Remove the cover. See “Removing and Replacing the Cover,” page 11.
  • Page 33: Replacement Parts

    “field replacement units,” or FRUs, with separate part numbers. If the faulty SEC-H-600 controller is still in warranty, you can receive credit by returning it to Tridium. Be sure to contact Tridium for a return authorization (RA) number before shipping an item for return credit. See “Returning a Defective Unit,” page 35, for more details.
  • Page 34: Replacing The Security Controller Base Assembly

    11. Remove the option cards from the old Security Controller and install them into the replacement SEC-H-600, if applicable. 12. Mount the replacement SEC-H-600 controller on the DIN rail, plugging it into the enclosure’s power supply. See Fig. 3 on page 11.
  • Page 35: Returning A Defective Unit

    NOTE: If the defective unit is under warranty, please follow return instructions provided in this section. If the unit is out of warranty, please discard it. Do not return an out-of-warranty SEC-H-600 to Tridium. There is no “return for repair-and-return” service available for any of the WEBs-AX Security products.
  • Page 36: Certifications

    Automation and Control Solutions Honeywell International Inc. 1985 Douglas Drive North Golden Valley, MN 55422 Honeywell Limited-Honeywell Limitée 35 Dynamic Drive ® U.S. Registered Trademark Toronto, Ontario M1V 4Z9 © 2010 Honeywell International Inc. 95-7759—07 M.S. Rev. 02-10 Printed in U.S.A.