Honeywell Pro-Watch 7000 Install Manual

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Pro-Watch 7000
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Install Guide


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  • Page 1 Pro-Watch 7000 Intelligent Controller and System PW7K1IC Install Guide...
  • Page 2 All product and brand names are the service marks, trademarks, registered trademarks, or registered service marks of their respective owners. Printed in the United States of America. Honeywell reserves the right to change any information in this document at any time without prior notice.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Notices............................5 Warnings and Cautions......................5 UL/ULC Warnings........................6 CE + WEEE Marking........................ 8 Damage During Shipment ....................9 Electro Static Discharge ....................... 9 Disclaimer – Product Liability; Mutual Indemnification........10 Unpacking Procedure ......................10 Shipping Instructions ......................11 Limited Warranty ........................
  • Page 4 Run Time Supplying Power to the PW-7000 Interface ..........22 Wiring ...............................22 Supplying Power to the PW-7000 Interface ..............23 Communications Wiring ......................23 Cabinet Tamper and Power Failure Input Wiring ............24 Memory and Real Time Clock Backup Battery..............25 Chapter 3 - System Configuration .............. 27 Connecting to ACDSM for the First Time................27 Login Page............................28 Home Page .............................28...
  • Page 5: Notices

    Notices Wiring methods shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code (ANSI/ NFPA70), Canadian Electrical Code, Part I (CSA C22.1) Safety Standard for Electri- cal Installations, local codes, and the authorities having jurisdiction. Caution: Disconnect power before servicing. Caution: ATTENTION: Débranchez l'alimentation électrique avant l'entretien.
  • Page 6: Ul/Ulc Warnings

    Always make certain that any required approvals are obtained in writ- ing. DO NOT ACCEPT VERBAL APPROVALS SINCE THEY ARE NOT VALID. Honeywell Integrated Security never recommends using the PW-7000 or related products for use as a primary warning or monitoring system. Primary warning or monitoring systems should always meet the local fire and safety code require- ments.
  • Page 7 Refer to the following Installation manuals for installation, connection, program- ming, and operation instructions of the following sub-assemblies: Assembly Number Installation Manual Part Number PW7K1IC 800-25673 PW7K1R2 800-25676 PW7K1IN 800-25674 PW7KOUT 800-25675 PW6K1IC 800-00005V3 PW6K1R2 800-01951V4 PW6K1IN 800-01952V1 PW6K1OUT 800-01953V1 PW5K2ENC1 and PW5K2ENC2 800-06952 PW5K1ENC3...
  • Page 8: Ce + Weee Marking

    Note: Total current draw for all included assemblies shall not exceed 4A, including input rating and output load current. • Suitable for S319, Class I • Suitable for the following UL293/UL294 Performance Levels: • Endurance: IV • Standby: I • Line Security: I •...
  • Page 9: Damage During Shipment

    Honeywell Integrated Security, Inc. Copyright laws of the United States protect all information in this document or in the software product itself. Note: Any use of this product is subject to the terms and acceptance of the Honeywell Integrated Security, Inc. Software Agreement. Please request a copy from Honeywell Integrated Security, Inc.
  • Page 10: Disclaimer - Product Liability; Mutual Indemnification

    If a Customer receives a claim that a Product or any component thereof has caused personal injury or damage to the property of others, Customer shall immediately notify Honeywell Integrated Security in writing of all such claims. Honeywell Inte- grated Security shall defend or settle such claims and shall indemnify and hold Customer harmless for any costs or damages including reasonable attorneys’...
  • Page 11: Shipping Instructions

    All Products sold or licensed by Honeywell Integrated Security include a warranty registration card which must be completed and returned to Honeywell Integrated Security by or on behalf of the end user for Honeywell Integrated Security to pro- vide warranty service, repair, credit or exchange. All warranty work shall be handled...
  • Page 12: Confidentiality

    Confidentiality All software, drawings, diagrams, specifications, catalogs, literature, manuals and other materials furnished by Honeywell Integrated Security relating to the design, use and service of the Products shall remain confidential and shall constitute the proprietary rights of Honeywell Integrated Security and Customer agrees to treat such information as confidential.
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  • Page 15: Chapter 1

    The PW-7000 controller configuration and operation is similar to the PW-6000 controller and has additional R2 functions on board; both use the Pro-Watch front end. The PW-7000 controller is compatible with the following Honeywell modules; PW7K1R2, PW7K1IN, PW7K1OUT, PW6K1R2, PW6K1IN, and PW6K1OUT. Port Settings •...
  • Page 16 Figure 1: PW7K1IC Board PW-7000 (PW7K1IC) Installation and Configuration Guide, Document 800-25673V1...
  • Page 17: Other

    Other • An on-board real time clock maintains the date and time, taking into account leap year and accounting for global time zones and daylight savings time changes. • The database for the system configuration and card holders are stored in FLASH memory.
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  • Page 19: Chapter 2 - Setting Up Pw-7000 Hardware

    CHAPTER SETTING UP PW-7000 HARDWARE The PW-7000 processor is configured with 4 jumpers and a set of 4 DIP switches. These jumpers/switches set up the port interface, end of line termination, and operating mode configuration. Refer to the tables below to set the jumpers as required.
  • Page 20 Selection Unless the network administrator reserves an IP address for the panel (based on the controller board’s Media Access Control (MAC) address), the PW-7000 uses Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) to obtain an IP address from the network DHCP server. When power is applied with the switches in this position, there is a ten second window (when LEDs 1and 2 flash alternately with LEDs 3 and 4), during which memory is cleared if switch 1 or switch 2 is changed to OFF.
  • Page 21: Bulk Erase Configuration Memory

    Bulk Erase Configuration Memory The bulk erase function can be used for the following purpose: • Erase all configuration and cardholder database (sanitize boards, less third party applications) • Update the OEM default parameters after OEM code is changed. • To recover from the database corruption and to avoid PW7000 board to reboot continuously.
  • Page 22: Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications Caution: PW-7000 is manufactured for use in low-voltage, Class 2 power- limited circuits only. Table 3 PW-7000 Technical Specifications Category Description Primary Power 12 VDC ± 10%, 500 mA maximum (reader ports not included) 600 mA maximum for 12V readers (add 600 mA to primary Reader Ports power current) 300 mA for 5V readers.
  • Page 23: Initialization

    Initialization 1. Initialization: After power is applied or reset switch pushed, LED 1 is ON for about 15 seconds, then LED's 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, R1, R2, IN0, IN1, IN2, IN3, IN4, IN5, IN6, and IN7 are flashed once at the beginning of initialization. 2.
  • Page 24: Run Time Supplying Power To The Pw-7000 Interface

    Run Time Supplying Power to the PW-7000 Interface Table 5 PW-7000 Status LED Combinations During Run Time Description Off-Line / On-Line and Battery Status Off-Line = 20% On, ON-Line = 80% On Double Flash means the Battery is Low Host Communication Activity (Ethernet port) Internal SIO Communication Activity External SIO Communication Activity Unassigned...
  • Page 25: Supplying Power To The Pw-7000 Interface

    Supplying Power to the PW-7000 Interface The processor accepts 12 VDC for power. Locate power source as close to the unit as possible and connect it with minimum of 18AWG wires. Caution: Observe POLARITY on 12 VDC. Caution: ATTENTION: Observez la polarité du 12 VCC Figure 2: PW-7000 Power Terminals Communications Wiring The PW-7000 processor communicates to the host via on-board Ethernet 10Base-...
  • Page 26: Cabinet Tamper And Power Failure Input Wiring

    Figure 3: PW-7000 Port Wiring Cabinet Tamper and Power Failure Input Wiring Figure 4: PW-7000 TMP and FLT Terminals Inputs TMP and FLT are used for monitoring cabinet tamper and power failure with normally closed contacts. These two inputs are for contact closure monitoring only;...
  • Page 27: Memory And Real Time Clock Backup Battery

    The event log buffer and the real time clock are backed up by a 3V lithium battery. This BR2330 or CR2330 battery should be replaced annually. A replacement bat- tery may be obtained from Honeywell or a local battery retailer. However, the replacement battery must be UL recognized.
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  • Page 29: Chapter 3 - System Configuration

    CHAPTER SYSTEM CONFIGURATION The PW-7000 comes with Access Control Device Server Manager (ACDSM). The ACDSM is a built-in web server, through which you can configure network and other system settings. Note: If you are using Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration, you cannot access the ACDSM web server.
  • Page 30: Login Page

    Login Page Step 1. Click the “Click Here to Login” link to display the User Name and Pass- word fields. Figure 5: PW-7000 Web Server Login Screen Step 2. Enter your User Name and Password. Note: Default User ID is admin and the default Password is password. Home Page The first screen after the login is the home page which displays all the available configuration links on the left navigation bar.
  • Page 31: Dynamic Ip Configuration Method

    Figure 7: PW-7000 Web Server Network Settings Screen Note: The Host Name of This Device field contains the Media Access Control (MAC) address of the PW-7000 controller board. Note: The users can select the Dynamic IP option button and reserve an IP address for the MAC address, or they can select the other option button and assign a Static IP address as well.
  • Page 32: Static Ip Configuration Method

    Static IP Configuration Method Step 1. Click the Static IP option button to assign a static IP address, and enter the following information in the appropriate fields: • IP Address • Subnet Mask • Default Gateway Step 2. Click OK. Host Communication Click the Host Communication link on the navigation bar to display the Host Com- munication Configuration screen where you can select the appropriate settings for...
  • Page 33: Ip Server Connection Type

    IP Server Connection Type Figure 8: PW-7000 Host Port Configuration Screen with IP Server Connection Step 1. From PW7000 Communication Address drop-down list, select one of the eight (0 to 7) available communication addresses for the PW-7000 board. Note: In the previous panels, this selection was made manually by setting the DIP switches. For the Primary Host Port, make the following selections: Step 2.
  • Page 34: Ip Client Connection Type

    • Select either Allow All or the Authorized IP Address Required option button. • Allow All, as the label suggests, allows all IP addresses to communicate with the PW-7000. Select this option for web page browser access. • If you select the Authorized IP Address Required option, also enter in the Authorized IP Addresses fields all the IP addresses that would be allowed to communicate with the PW-7000.
  • Page 35: Device Information

    Device Information • Click the Device Info link on the navigation bar to display the read-only Access Control Device Hardware Information screen: Figure 11: PW-7000 Web Server Device HW Info Screen User Configuration • Click the Users link on the navigation bar to display the User screen where you can add, edit, and delete user records: PW-7000 (PW7K1IC) Installation and Configuration Guide, Document 800-25673V1...
  • Page 36: Adding A User

    Figure 12: PW-7000 Web Server User Info Screen Adding a User Follow these steps: Step 1. Click New Account to display the new user account screen. Step 2. Enter the following: User name – a unique character string that identifies the user. •...
  • Page 37: Editing A User

    Step 4. Configure the auto-save timer. This feature, if enabled, automatically saves the hardware configuration in non-volatile Random Access Memory (RAM) at the specified time interval. If you select Enable Auto- Save, then select a time interval from the drop-down list, and click Save Auto-Save Timer to save the setting.
  • Page 38: Apply Setting Screen

    Apply Setting Screen Step 1. Click the Apply Setting link on the navigation bar to apply the selected configuration values: Figure 14: PW-7000 Web Server Apply Setting Screen Click Apply, Reboot to apply all the configured values and reboot the Step 2.
  • Page 39: Chapter 4 - Reader Module

    CHAPTER READER MODULE Figure 1: PW-7000 Two-Reader Module Wiring: Connectors 1-7 Tamper Switch Short (In CLOSE position when together* +12VDC Power Cabinet Door is Supply Closed) IC BOARD BATTERY C - No Charging N/C - No Charging N/C - Low Battery IN4 COMMON C - Low Battery IN5 COMMON...
  • Page 40 Note: See Status LEDs (see page 20) for descriptions of LEDs D1-D20. Note: For RS-485 Communication Connections, twist the blue pair together and use as the common; use the orange pair as your data pair, observing polarity. Connect the external drain shield to the appropriate earth ground on one end. PW-7000 (PW7K1IC) Installation and Configuration Guide, Document 800-25673V1...
  • Page 41: Reader Wiring

    Reader Wiring The following Honeywell reader module numbers have been approved by UL for use with the PW7K1R2: OM40BHONA, OM55BHONA, OP10HONE, OP30HONE, OP40HONE, OP90HONE, OT30HONA, OT31HONA, OT35HONA, and OT36HONA. Each reader port supports a reader with TTL interface. Power to the reader is selectable as 5VDC or 12VDC (pass-through).
  • Page 42: Control Output Wiring

    By default, Input 0 is defined as the Door Status Input corresponding to reader 0 and Input 1 is defined as the REX input corresponding to reader 0. Also by default, Input 2 is defined as the Door Status Input corresponding to reader 1 and Input 3 is defined as the REX input corresponding to reader 1.
  • Page 43 Relays 1 and 3 are dry-circuit level signal relays typically used to indicate the sta- tus of the door lock. Use sufficiently large gauge of wires for the load current to avoid voltage loss. PW-7000 (PW7K1IC) Installation and Configuration Guide, Document 800-25673V1...
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