OUNTING THE UNIT
The RAS cover is hinged at the bottom. To open, grasp the cover at
the sides or the top and pull gently — the cover will swing down on its
pins. The cover may be fully removed by gently prising one of the
pins away from the body of the RAS and pulling. The metal mounting
plate at the rear is held by a locking screw. To remove the metal
mounting plate, loosen the screw by at least 8 mm (0.315 in), sliding
the mounting plate down, and then pulling the bottom of the mounting
plate away from the body of the RAS.
Attach the metal mounting plate to mounting surface using the three
screws provided. Ensure that the rear tamper button can rest on a flat
surface flush with the back of the mounting plate (avoid rough or non-
flat surfaces). If rear cable entry is used (through the mounting plate),
cut a hole in the mounting surface for cable access. Set the RAS
address using DIP switches 1 through 4 (see DIP Switch settings
below). Set the Bus termination switch (DIP switch 5), if required
(see DIP Switch settings below). Terminate the Bus cabling.
All power should be turned off to the control panel
before wiring the RAS.
Insert plastic cable entry blanking plugs (provided) into the rear of the
RAS to blank any unused cable entry channels. Place the RAS onto
the mounting plate and lock in place by moving the unit down by
about 8 mm (0.315 in). Tighten the locking screw at the base of the
RAS till firm. Do not over-tighten.
OCATION OF FEATURES ON REAR OF
1. Cable entry
2. DIP switches
3. LAN terminals
ONNECTING CONTROL PANEL TO KEYPAD
Refer to the ATS control panel installation guide for instructions.
The rear tamper switch must be sealed for the system to work
correctly. Make sure that the tamper button is resting on a surface
such that it remains depressed when the RAS is mounted, and will
spring open when the RAS is tampered with. In operation, the LCD
show "RAS Tamper" when not sealed.
RAS DIP S
A row of DIP switches is located on the rear of the RAS (figure
and is used for setting the RAS address and the Bus termination
(TERM) condition. These settings are described in the following
Use switch 5 to set TERM to 'ON', if needed.
There must be no more than two TERM switches or links set to 'ON'
for any bus. Refer to the control panel installation guide for details
about the use of TERM switches or links.
Set the RAS address using switches 1 to 4.
+ 13.8 VDC
The RAS can be powered using the Bus + and –
power from the control panel, if the distance between the RAS and
the control panel does not exceed 100 m (328 feet). Otherwise the
RAS can be powered by AUX PWR from a DGP, or by an auxiliary
D+ is the data positive connection and D- is the data
negative connection of the data bus.
The RAS is connected to the ATS panel via the RS485 data bus, up
to 1.5 km from the control panel or the four-door controller DGP. It is
recommended to use 2-pair twisted, shielded data cable
(WCAT52/54). The shield of any bus cable must be connected to
at one end only. The ATS111x RAS is not provided with an Earth
connection for this purpose. If the bus is 'daisy-chained' to the RAS,
ensure that the shield of the cable is jointed to provide continuity of
data cable shield.
4. Tamper switch
5. Locking screw
switch) can be connected across the IN and 0V terminals (see figure
). When pressed, the button controls the request to exit function to
IN A request to exit button (normally open, momentary push-button
switch) can be connected across "IN" and "-". When pressed, this
button controls the request to exit function.
output controller assigned to the RAS. Refer to the ATS control panel
programming manual for details.
When the RAS cover is open or removed, 16 red LEDs are visible
at the bottom of the RAS. Each LED represents an area, and the
indications are as follows:
Keyboard Backlight and Night Light
The default keyboard backlight and night light settings are as follows:
These functions can be changed from the RAS menu.
The LCD contrast may be adjusted by pressing and holding the
"*"MENU key while momentarily pressing the
change the display contrast. The default setting is 12.
The LCD backlight illuminates for 30 seconds following a key press.
The Beeper tone may be adjusted by pressing and holding the
"CLEAR" key while momentarily pressing the
the beeper tone. The default setting is 16.
LCD Text Format
The ATS1111 RAS has a 4 line x 16 character LCD and may display
text in three alternative formats, as follows:
To change formats, press and hold the '0' (zero) key while
momentarily pressing the
This option is not available on the ATS1110 or ATS1115 RASs with
2 line x 16 character LCD.
F1 = 'OPEN' + 1
F2 = 'OPEN' + 2
F3 = 'OPEN' + 3
F4 = 'OPEN' + 4
TZ62 = 'OPEN' + 5
TZ63 = 'OPEN' + 6
An RTE button (normally open, momentary push-button
Open collector output. Use the first output number of the
The Power LED is on when the control
panel is powered by the AC supply.
The Fault LED illuminates to indicate
detection of a system fault.
The Access LED flashes when access to an
area assigned to the RAS is granted.
The Alarm LED illuminates when there is a
system tamper or an area assigned to the RAS is in
alarm state. The area may be identified by viewing the
16 area LEDs visible when the RAS cover
is open or removed.
The LED illuminates when its corresponding area is armed.
The LED flashes slowly when a fault is detected.
The LED flashes quickly when an alarm occurs.
Keyboard backlight on (bright) for approximately 4¼
minutes following a key press.
Night light on (dim).
Format 1 (default) wraps text using hyphens when a word is
broken onto the next line.
Format 2 wraps text without hyphens when a word is broken
onto the next line.
Format 3 wraps text to the next line without breaking words.
keys to change