Access Modular Controller 2 Table of contents | en Table of contents Safety Instructions Important safety notes Safety precautions Unpacking Important Information Explanation of symbols in this document Internet Introduction Description Equipment Configuration Performance Characteristics System Overview Installing Mounting Unmounting...
| Safety Instructions Access Modular Controller 2 Safety Instructions 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.
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| Introduction Access Modular Controller 2 Introduction Description The AMC2-16ION board provides inputs and outputs to control doors and other components independent of access control system. Figure 3.1: The IO-Controller AMC2-16ION The AMC2-4R4 standalone board (hereafter also referred as AMC2 or controller) are deployed via a dedicated OPC-Server.
Access Modular Controller 2 Introduction | en Lithium battery for buffering of static RAM and real time clock (RTC). The battery life is estimated at 10 years, nevertheless an error message is generated if the voltage sinks below a preset minimum level.
| Introduction Access Modular Controller 2 Figure 3.4: Jumpers at the bottom side Jumper for setting either voltage free relay output (“dry” mode) or looped-in voltage from the AMC2 internal power supply (“wet” mode). DIL switch for setting the board address.
Tamper contact for external covers Notice! If an external power supply is used, this should also guarantee an uninterruptable power supply (UPS). Example: Bosch power supply APS-PSU-60 (F.01U.282.970). System Overview The AMC2-4R4 is deployed as an independent controller between the management host system and various peripheral devices.
| Introduction Access Modular Controller 2 Host Ethernet Access Controller AMC2-4W AMC2-4R4 AMC2-16ION I/O-Extensionboards AMC2-16IOE AMC2-8IOE AMC2-16IE Card reader Communication and power supply Depending on the kind of interface are available the following constellations are possible: – Using RS-232 host connection one AMC2-4R4 can be connected per COM port.
Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en Installing Mounting The AMC2-4R4 can be attached on a standard 35 mm (1.377 in.) mounting rail using a snap-in mechanism. Attach the AMC2-4R4 into the upper edge of the mounting rail , then push down the device and snap it onto the rail by pushing it towards the back .
| Installing Access Modular Controller 2 Unmounting Notice! To remove the AMC2-4R4 from a mounting rail, first remove all pluggable connectors. Push down the AMC2-4R4 until the lower edge snaps out of the mounting rail . Pull the lower end of the AMC2-4R4 from the mounting rail .
Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en Opening the Case Notice! To open the AMC2-4R4, first remove all pluggable connectors. The AMC2-4R4 case consists of a top cover mounted with a two-point snap-in closure on a chassis. To open the case, push down the two snap-ins with a screwdriver, then swing the cover down.
. Please ensure that the BOSCH logo is not upside-down. The upper edge of the front cover now aligns with the two-point snap-in closures on the upper edge of the back cover , and may thus be clicked gently into place.
Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en Notice! These specifications apply to power supply, readers, relay outputs, and extension interface. Regarding inputs, specific voltage-drop values need to be taken into account. Refer to Connecting Analog Input Devices, page 31. Bosch Access Systems B.V.
| Installing Access Modular Controller 2 Grounding and Shielding The main grounding point at the AMC2-4R4 is connected to pin 2 of the power supply connector - see Connecting Diagrams, page 41. It is good practice to shield all wires carrying low level signals.
Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en – a party line exists and signal ground is not connected, the jumper JP2 is set at all devices (= A3) 4.6.2 Grounding for Extension Interface B 1: Delivery status B 2: Figure 4.6: Location of ground jumper bottom side Jumper B connects the internal ground of the AMC2-4R4 to the RS-485 ground of the slave interface.
| Installing Access Modular Controller 2 Connecting Power Supply Connect the power supply to the POWER 7-pin pluggable screw connector. Refer to Connecting Diagrams, page 41 for a complete diagram of the power supply connector. Figure 4.7: Location of the power supply connector Connect an external power supply (10 - 14 Vdc) for the AMC2 device at pin 1 (positive) and pin 3 (0 V) of the pluggable screw connector.
Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en Ethernet Host Interface The AMC2-4R4 offers a 10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet auto-sensing interface to connect to a local area network or host computer. A complete connection diagram of the Ethernet host interface is shown in chapter Connecting Diagrams, page 41.
| Installing Access Modular Controller 2 RS-485 Host Interface An RS-485 host system can consist of up to eight AMC2 controllers connected using 2- or 4- wire connection. Figure 4.8: Configuration of a RS-485 host system Host RS-232 connection RS-232 / RS-485 converter...
Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en The following conditions apply for an RS-485 bus system: – A bus system consists of a bus line and/or one or more branch lines. – Cable lengths exceeding 100 m (300 ft) must be installed as bus lines.
| Installing Access Modular Controller 2 4.10 RS-232 Host Interface The AMC2 offers an RS-232 serial interface to connect a host computer or serial modem. Notice! Risk of malfunction Cable length between two RS-232 COM serial interfaces must not exceed 15 meters (45 ft).
Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en 4.11 DIL switch selector 4.11.1 Host settings DIL switches are used to configure the host settings. The first four DIL switches for address selection define the RS-485 address of the AMC2 in a RS-485 bus system. Switch 5 selects one of the two different protocols, SDEB and BPA (according to DIN6619).
| Installing Access Modular Controller 2 – RS-485 host connection with more than one and maximum eight AMC2s per bus Notice! Changing the type of the host connection requires a reset of the AMC2 - see Resetting the Software, page 36.
Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en Up to three expansion modules can be connected to provide additional in- and outputs, for example, for elevator control. You can find further information about the extension boards in their installation manuals. A complete connection diagram of the RS-485 extension module bus is shown in Connecting Diagrams, page 41.
| Installing Access Modular Controller 2 4.13 Connecting Relay Outputs To operate locks or alarm systems, the AMC2-4R4 has eight relay outputs. The outputs will be connected to the 3-pin pluggable screw connectors S5, S6, S10, S11, S17, S18, S22, and S23 - refer to chapter Connecting Diagrams, page 41.
Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en – Flare move 12DC1W10A – Flare move 24DC1W16A If using locally manufactured products, please ensure that the specifications of the product are identical with the those listed above. A complete connection diagram of the relay output connectors is shown in Connecting Diagrams, page 41.
| Installing Access Modular Controller 2 Each relay output has a separate jumper setting on the underside of the circuit board to select dry (E1) or wet (E2) mode. Figure 4.18: Location of relay output jumpers 2020-01 | V02 | Installation manual Bosch Access Systems B.V.
Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en 4.14 Connecting Analog Input Devices Notice! Risk of damage to equipment Do not connect external power supply to the AMC2 inputs. When connecting a relay output to an AMC2 input use dry mode with potential-free contact - refer to Connecting Relay Outputs, page 28.
| Installing Access Modular Controller 2 1500 1650 1700 1800 1900 Table 4.3: Maximum values of cable resistance per used resistor combination in Ohm 2020-01 | V02 | Installation manual Bosch Access Systems B.V.
| Operating Access Modular Controller 2 Operating Status Display of the AMC2 The liquid crystal display delivers status information about the AMC2-4R4. Push the 'Dialog' button to switch between different modes. Figure 5.1: Location of the ’Dialog’ button 2020-01 | V02 | Installation manual Bosch Access Systems B.V.
Access Modular Controller 2 Operating | en Push Display (Example) Description V01.00 02.03.07 Software versions and date of the firmware - every 5 sec. LBUS or BG900 alternating with the display of the reader interface. S/N1: 0910019212 BOSCH serial number S/N2: 00000001 02.06 15:35:15 (S)
| Operating Access Modular Controller 2 Configuring the Ethernet Interface The access control system Access Personal Edition has an entry of this tool in its program folder: Start > Programs > Access Personal Edition > AmcIpConfig This tool can be copied and used on every computer on the network.
Access Modular Controller 2 Operating | en 5.3.2 Resetting the Device to Factory Default Figure 5.3: Resetting the AMC2 to delivery state Bosch Access Systems B.V. Installation manual 2020-01 | V02 |...
| Technical Data Access Modular Controller 2 Technical Data Hardware – Integrated Microcontroller (32 bit, 30 MHz) – SRAM (256 kB) – Serial EEPROM – RTC (real time clock) – Pluggable Compact Flash card – Battery for SRAM and RTC –...
Access Modular Controller 2 Technical Data | en Protection class IP30 Environment temperature 13° C to 35° C (55° F to 95° F) Humidity Up to 95%, without condensation Housing material ABS with OC (UL 94 V-0) Dimensions (W/H/D) 232 x 90 x 63mm (8.9 x 3.5 x 2.5 in) Weight approx.
| Technical Data Access Modular Controller 2 2020-01 | V02 | Installation manual Bosch Access Systems B.V.
Access Modular Controller 2 Appendices | en Appendices Connecting Diagrams Figure 7.1: Connectors on upper PCB Shield Data RxTx+ (2-wire) Data Rx+ (4-wire) Data RxTx- (2-wire) Data Rx- (4-wire) Ground (PAG) Data Tx+ (4-wire) Data Tx- (4-wire) Tab. 7.4: RS-485 host on upper PCB Bosch Access Systems B.V.
| Appendices Access Modular Controller 2 TXD+ TXD- RXD+ not connected not connected RXD- not connected not connected Tab. 7.5: Ethernet Network socket (RJ45) Figure 7.2: Interconnect diagram of the RS-232 serial interface 2020-01 | V02 | Installation manual Bosch Access Systems B.V.
Access Modular Controller 2 Appendices | en Figure 7.3: Connector blocks of the AMC2-16ION Power supply, DC positive (10V - 30V) Shield Power supply (0V) UPS (power good signal) - AC UPS (power good signal) - Battery UPS (power good signal) - DC UPS (power good signal) - Common Tab. 7.6: Power supply...
| Appendices Access Modular Controller 2 Relay Output, normally closed Tab. 7.8: Relay output Power supply for external devices (10V - 30V) Power supply for external devices (0V) Shield Data RxTx+ Data RxTx- Ground (PAG) Tab. 7.9: Host / Extension interface...