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06/2014
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  • Page 1 Registration units Technical Manual 06/2014 TM_ RegistrationUnits_201406_en.docx...
  • Page 2 This document must not be reproduced in any way or otherwise further used without the written consent of Kaba AG. All product names are trademarks of the respective companies. Copyright 2014 Kaba AG. All rights reserved. Publication: 06/2014...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    General Rules and Information .............. 10 Topologies ....................10 3.1.1 Access Management System MIFARE / LEGIC ........10 3.1.2 Replacing Kaba exos LT-PN with Registration Unit 90 02 ...... 11 3.1.3 B-COMM ....................12 3.1.4 Standalone Mode ..................12 Hardware Compatibility ................13 3.2.1...
  • Page 4 Reading and Writing Distance with Direct Mounting on Metal ....24 Technical Data ..................25 Dismantling ....................26 5.7.1 Accessories ....................26 Conformity ....................26 Kaba Registration Unit RFID 90 02 ............27 Product description ...................27 Dimensions ....................27 Installation ....................27 6.3.1 Preparation ....................27 Connection ....................28 6.4.1...
  • Page 5 Kaba Registration Unit LA-PP ............... 36 Product description .................. 36 Mounting and Connection ................ 36 9.2.1 Mounting ....................36 9.2.2 Connecting the Coaxial Cable ..............36 9.2.3 LED ......................36 Typical Maximum Reading Distance ............36 9.3.1 Reading and Writing Distance with Direct Mounting on Metal ....36 Technical Data ..................
  • Page 6: About This Document

    About this Document The following registration units can be used in a range of Kaba system solutions (Kaba exos, B-COMM, KEM): Product name until 2014/06/30 Product from 2014/07/01   Registration unit 90 04 Kaba registration unit 90 04 ...
  • Page 7: Supplementary Documents

    First edition 01/2011 Various adjustments 12/2011  Abbreviations chapter  Topologies chapter supplement with Replacing Kaba exos LT-PN with Registration Unit RFID PIN and B-COMM  Hardware Compatibility chapter  Supported RFID Standards chapter  New chapter: Distance between Antennae ...
  • Page 8: Abbreviations

    (AM-L) Registration unit Registration unit RFID Kaba registration unit 90 01 Registration unit 90 04 Kaba registration unit 90 04 Registration unit RFID PIN Kaba registration unit 90 02 Registration unit Print RFID Kaba registration unit 90 00 Registration unit LA-PC...
  • Page 9: Basic Safety Information

    Installation may only be carried out at locations that fulfill the climatic and technical conditions specified by the manufacturer. Kaba GmbH shall not accept liability for any damage that occurs as a result of improper handling or incorrect installation. Service and maintenance Maintenance work/Correcting faults Troubleshooting and maintenance work must only be performed by a service person;...
  • Page 10: General Rules And Information

    General Rules and Information General Rules and Information The registration units can be used in a wide range of Kaba system solutions (Kaba exos, B-COMM, KEM). Topologies The separation of the registration units from the control unit facilitates various antenna designs. With the help of suitable housing, the antennae can be adjusted to the spatial and security-related requirements of a building.
  • Page 11: Replacing Kaba Exos Lt-Pn With Registration Unit 90 02

    The Communication Adapter PIN allows the registration units 90 02 to be integrated into existing or new LEGIC customer sites. The communication adapter PIN enables connection of the registration units 90 02 to the door managers Kaba exos DML2 and Kaba exos LS-110 and to the Access Manager Kaba exos iDML2.
  • Page 12: B-Comm

    General Rules and Information 3.1.3 B-COMM The remote reader works as a subterminal on a B-web series terminal. The data exchange between remote reader and terminal is performed in half-duplex mode via the RS-485 interface (subpartyline). Communication is performed via the transfer protocol BPA/9 subset. 3.1.4 Standalone Mode The required data for the whitelist or CardLink are saved in the remote reader via the...
  • Page 13: Hardware Compatibility

    3.2.1 Registration Unit Compatibility Control Unit Registration unit         Registration unit 90 01 Registration unit 90 04       Registration unit 90 02      ...
  • Page 14: Reading And Writing Properties

    (registration unit 90 02: 3 - 30 m) See Chapter 3.5.4,page Seite 15 3.4.2 Reading and Writing Distances Information on writing and reading distances can be found on the Kaba Portal Access Management portal.kaba.biz in the Mechatronics/Kaba evolo/Kaba Media/Instructions tab. TM_ RegistrationUnits_201406_en.docx...
  • Page 15: Mounting And Installation Information

    Install registration units and compact readers at a sufficient distance Exception: registration units which are connected to the same reader (e.g. remoter reader 91 15) Reader e.g. remote reader 91 15 Registration unit e.g. registration unit 90 04 TM_ RegistrationUnits_201406_en.docx...
  • Page 16: Antenna Distance - Metal Bodies

    General Rules and Information 3.5.5 Antenna Distance - Metal Bodies Influence of the magnetic field in the vicinity of the antenna by a metal body results in shorter reading distances and can even cause failure of reading functionality. The electro-magnetic field is short- circuited in the metallic environment.
  • Page 17: Kaba Registration Unit 90 04

    Kaba Registration Unit 90 04 Product description The Kaba registration unit 90 04 reads RFID media and, together with a control unit, forms a fully integrated access control solution. The registration unit 90 04 is used in Kaba system solutions (Kaba exos, B-COMM, KEM) and is suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
  • Page 18: Installation

    Kaba Registration Unit 90 04 Installation 4.3.1 Preparation Use a screwdriver (TORX T10) to loosen the screws and remove the core device parallel towards the front. 4.3.2 Installation 1. If needed, produce holes on site for securing the base frame.
  • Page 19 Kaba Registration Unit 90 04 Concealed cable mounting Surface cable mounting 2. Produce the hole for the cable feed-through on 2. Break off the joint bar from the core device. site (≥ø10 mm). NOTICE Only connect the wires when the power is switched off.
  • Page 20: Connections

    Kaba Registration Unit 90 04 Move the front cover into the top of the base frame. Press the front cover against the bottom of the base frame until the front cover clicks into position. 4.3.3 Connections Coaxial Cable Control Unit...
  • Page 21: Dismantling

    Kaba Registration Unit 90 04 Dismantling 1. Push the screwdriver (no. 00) into the bottom of the opening and press the concealed spring upwards. 2. At the same time, slightly pull out the bottom of the front cover. 3. Remove the front cover.
  • Page 22: Kaba Registration 90 01

    Kaba Registration 90 01 Kaba Registration 90 01 Product description The registration unit 90 01 with integrated antenna, together with a control unit, represents a fully-integrated solution for access control with simultaneous convenient identification of the user. This registration unit is suitable for both internal and external applications.
  • Page 23: Installation

    Kaba Registration 90 01 Installation 5.3.1 Preparation If necessary, drill holes for the frame bracket. A dimension drawing of the frame can be found above. Surface cable mounting:  Use the spacer frame (only indoors).  Break open the cable inlet on the spacer frame.
  • Page 24: Connection

    2 = Key fob, ISO 14443A 3 = Badge, LEGIC RF 4 = Badge, ISO 15693 5 = Kaba elolegic smart key, LEGIC RF 5.5.1 Reading and Writing Distance with Direct Mounting on Metal If the registration unit is mounted directly on a metallic surface, the reading and writing distance is approx.
  • Page 25: Technical Data

    Kaba Registration 90 01 Technical Data Spacer Frame / Rear Panel:  PC-ABS Material Frame:  PC-ABS Material  Front:  PMMA back-printed Material  Dimensions:  88.5 x 88.5 x 19.4 mm (length x width x height) With rear panel (concealed cable mounting) ...
  • Page 26: Dismantling

    Kaba Registration 90 01 Dismantling 1. Insert a screwdriver (no. 1) into the bottom of the opening and press it upwards. The quick-release lock opens up. NOTICE The pin strip can be damaged. Observe the following instructions. 2. Slightly raise the bottom of the registration unit (max. 10º).
  • Page 27: Kaba Registration Unit Rfid 90 02

    Kaba Registration Unit RFID 90 02 Kaba Registration Unit RFID 90 02 Product description The registration unit 90 02 with integrated antenna and keypad, together with the control unit, represents a fully-integrated solution for access control with simultaneous convenient identification of the user.
  • Page 28: Connection

    Kaba Registration Unit RFID 90 02 Procedure 1. Pull the cable through the rear panel or the spacer frame. Screw the rear panel or the spacer frame to an even surface.  The rear panel or spacer frame must not lose its shape.
  • Page 29: Operation Of The Keypad

    3 = Badge, LEGIC RF 4 = Badge, ISO 15693 5 = Kaba elolegic smart key, LEGIC RF The Kaba elolegic smart key can only be used to a limited extent. 6.5.1 Reading and Writing Distance with Direct Mounting on Metal If the registration unit is mounted directly on a metallic surface, the reading and writing distance is approx.
  • Page 30: Technical Data

    Kaba Registration Unit RFID 90 02 Technical Data Rear Panel / Spacer Frame:  PC-ABS GF10 Material Frame:  PC-ABS Material Front:  ESG float glass Material  Dimensions:  88.5 x 88.5 x 19.4 mm (length x width x height) With rear panel (concealed cable mounting) ...
  • Page 31: Dismantling

    Kaba Registration Unit RFID 90 02 Dismantling 1. Insert a screwdriver (no. 1) into the bottom of the opening and press it upwards.The quick-release lock opens up. NOTICE The pin strip can be damaged. Observe the following instructions. 2. Slightly raise the bottom of the PIN keypad (max. 10º).
  • Page 32: Kaba Registration Unit Pcb 90 00

    Kaba Registration Unit PCB 90 00 Kaba PCB 90 00 Registration Unit Product description The registration unit 9, together with the control unit, represents a fully-integrated solution for access control with simultaneous convenient identification of the user. The registration unit is...
  • Page 33: Typical Maximum Reading Distance

    2 = Key fob, ISO 14443A 3 = Badge, LEGIC RF 4 = Badge, ISO 15693 5 = Kaba elolegic smart key, LEGIC RF 7.3.1 Reading and Writing Distance with Direct Mounting on Metal If the registration unit is mounted in metal facades or a metal frame, the reading and writing distance will be approx.
  • Page 34: Kaba Registration Unit 90 03

    Kaba Registration Unit 90 03 Kaba Registration Unit 90 03 Product description The registration unit 90 03, together with the control unit, represents a fully-integrated solution for access control with simultaneous convenient identification of the user. This registration unit is...
  • Page 35: Typical Maximum Reading Distance

    1 = Badge, ISO 14443A 2 = Badge, LEGIC RF Supertag 3 = Badge, ISO 15693 4 = Kaba elolegic smart key, LEGIC RF 8.3.1 Reading and Writing Distance with Direct Mounting on Metal If the registration unit is mounted directly on a metallic surface, the reading and writing distance is approx.
  • Page 36: Kaba Registration Unit La-Pp

    2 = Key fob, ISO 14443A 3 = Badge, LEGIC RF Supertag 4 = Badge, ISO 15693 5 = Kaba elolegic smart key, LEGIC RF 9.3.1 Reading and Writing Distance with Direct Mounting on Metal The registration unit has been specially designed for a metallic environment.
  • Page 37: Technical Data

    Kaba Registration Unit LA-PP Technical Data Dimensions 65 x 36 x ~17mm (length x width x height) Temperature Range - 20° - +60°C (operation) - 40° - +85°C (storage) Ambient Conditions Relative humidity 0% - 95%, non condensing Application ...
  • Page 38: Bolt Handle For It Cabinets

    Bolt Handle for IT Cabinets Bolt Handle for IT Cabinets 10.1 Product description The bolt handle with integrated antenna, together with the control unit, represents a fully-integrated solution for access control with simultaneous convenient identification of the user. This bolt handle is intended for use with IT-cabinets.
  • Page 39: Dismantling And Disposal

    Disposal in Germany: After use, Kaba GmbH undertakes to carry out the proper disposal of the supplied goods in line with legal requirements (the ElektroG law in Germany). All costs incurred for the transport of goods to the manufacturer's plant will be paid by the owner of the used electronic equipment.
  • Page 40: Conformity

    90 02 90 00 90 03 The registration unit 90 01, registration unit 90 04, registration unit 90 02, registration unit 90 00 and registration unit 90 03 conform to the following standards: EN 60950-1: 2006 + A11: 2009 EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1 EN 301 489-3 V 1.4.1...
  • Page 41: Conformity

    Conformity 12.2 Conformity Registration Unit LA-PP Registration unit LA-PP conforms to the following standards: EN 60950-1: 2006 + A11: 2009 EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1 EN 301 489-3 V 1.4.1 EN 300 330-1 V1.7.1 EN 300 330-2 V1.5.1 In accordance with the provisions of EC directive: 1999/5/EG Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive (R&TTE).
  • Page 42: Declaration Of Conformity

    Conformity 12.3 Declaration of conformity Kaba GmbH, Access & Workforce Management, Albertistrasse 3, D-78056 Villingen-Schwenningen hereby declares as the manufacturer of the device that the Compact Readers conform to the fundamental requirements and other relevant stipulations of Directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE).

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