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Bosch Access Modular Controller 2 Installation Manual

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  • Page 1 Access Modular Controller 2 ADS‑AMC2‑4WCF | APC‑AMC2‑4WCF Installation manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Access Modular Controller 2 Table of contents | en Table of contents Safety Unpacking FCC compliance Short information Introduction Description Product overview 3.2.1 Mainboard 3.2.2 Status display System overview Installing Mounting the device on a mounting rail Unmounting the device from a mounting rail...
  • Page 4 | Table of contents Access Modular Controller 2 11.1 Connecting diagrams 2021-04 | V04 | IM Bosch Security Systems B.V. Installation manual...
  • Page 5: Safety

    Warning! Risk of explosion of lithium battery The battery can explode if replaced incorrectly. Replace the battery with the same type as recommended by Bosch. Dispose used batteries according to the instructions of the manufacturer of the batteries. Caution! Fire hazard and risk of electric shock due to unauthorized spare parts and accessories Unauthorized spare parts and accessories might lack grounding wires or other safety elements.
  • Page 6: Unpacking

    Do not attempt to put the product into operation if components are damaged. If any parts are missing, inform your customer service representative or a Bosch Security Systems salesperson. The shipping carton is the safest transport container for the unit. Store the shipping carton and the other packaging material for future use.
  • Page 7: Short Information

    If you need further assistance or have any questions, contact: Bosch Security Systems B.V. Torenallee 49 5617 BA Eindhoven Netherlands www.boschsecurity.com © Bosch Security Systems B.V., 2021 Bosch Security Systems B.V. 2021-04 | V04 | IM Installation manual...
  • Page 8: Introduction

    | Introduction Access Modular Controller 2 Introduction Description The controller is equipped with four independent interfaces for Wiegand type readers. It is able to control two doors with one reader in each direction and up to four doors with a reader in one direction only.
  • Page 9 The extensions offer 8 or 16 additional inputs and outputs. In the Bosch Access Host Systems the setup procedure for a controller is made very simple and fast by the use of door templates. Once selected, all the inputs and outputs are predefined.
  • Page 10: Product Overview

    | Introduction Access Modular Controller 2 Product overview 3.2.1 Mainboard Figure 3.3: Upper circuit board with display (front) DIP switch for RS-485 address and protocol selection. 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.
  • Page 11 Access Modular Controller 2 Introduction | en Figure 3.4: Interfaces - overview RS-485 extension module bus External tamper contact Connector for power supply Wiegand interfaces for card readers Connectors for analog inputs Connectors for relay outputs Figure 3.5: Jumber (back) Jumper for setting either voltage free relay output (“dry” mode) or looped-in voltage from the AMC internal power supply (“wet”...
  • Page 12: Status Display

    | Introduction Access Modular Controller 2 3.2.2 Status display Figure 3.6: Dialog button of the controller The liquid crystal display delivers status information about the controller. Push the dialog button to switch between different modes. The selected display mode remains set until the next time the button is pressed. The order of the display pages is shown in the following table.
  • Page 13 Access Modular Controller 2 Introduction | en Push Display (Example) Description MAC 001B860012AB Network device address (MAC) N AMC-1234-5678 Network name of the controller See Configuring Ethernet interface, page 33 I 192.168.10.18 IP-address of the controller G 192.168.10.255 IP-address of the gateway (Version V 00.44 or higher)
  • Page 14: System Overview

    | Introduction Access Modular Controller 2 System overview The controller is connected to the host system via RS485 or Ethernet, depending on the type of installation. The host interface is selected during installation. The four interfaces are available on the device by default. With RS485 operation, a maximum of eight access controllers can be connected to one party line.
  • Page 15: Installing

    Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en Installing Mounting the device on a mounting rail The controller can be attached on a standard 35 mm (1.377 in.) mounting rail using a snap-in mechanism. Attach the controller into the upper edge of the mounting rail [1], then push down the device and snap it onto the rail by pushing it towards the back [2].
  • Page 16: Opening The Case

    | Installing Access Modular Controller 2 Opening the case Notice! To open the controller, first remove all pluggable connectors. The controller’s 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.
  • Page 17: Closing The Case

    [1]. 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 [2], and may thus be clicked gently into place.
  • Page 18: Cabling

    | Installing Access Modular Controller 2 Cabling Notice! Risk of malfunction The cables used in the controller are not prone to electrical interference. However, you should avoid routing cables close to heavy load switching cables and equipment. If this is unavoidable, cross the cable at right angles every 1 to 2 m (3 to 6 ft) to reduce interference.
  • Page 19: Grounding And Shielding

    Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en Grounding and shielding The main grounding point at the controller is connected to pin 2 of the power supply connector - see Connecting diagrams. It is good practice to shield all wires carrying low level signals.
  • Page 20: Gounding For Extension Interface

    | Installing Access Modular Controller 2 4.6.2 Gounding 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 controller to the RS-485 ground of the slave interface.
  • Page 21: Connecting The Power Supply To The Controller

    Connect an external power supply (10 VDC - 30 VDC) to the controller at pin 1 (positive) and pin 3 (0 V) of the pluggable screw connector. Bosch recommends using the Bosch APS-PSU-60 power supply unit. This power supply can also be used as an uninterpretable power supply (UPS) when using the appropriate batteries.
  • Page 22: Ethernet Host Interface

    When using an Ethernet connection, switches 1 and 5 of the DIP switch must be set to the ON position (= factory setting) (see Figure 3.3, item 1 , page 10 ). This also ensures correct communication with the Bosch Building Integration System (BIS) and the Bosch Access Management System (AMS).
  • Page 23: Rs-485 Host Interface

    Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en RS-485 host interface The RS-485 host interface of the controller can be set for using a 2- or 4-wire connection. Up to eight controllers can be used on one host bus. RS 232 RS 485 Figure 4.9: Configuration of a RS-485 host system...
  • Page 24: Rs-485 Two Wire Connection

    | Installing Access Modular Controller 2 4.9.1 RS-485 Two Wire Connection Figure 4.11: Setting of the jumpers for RS-485 two wire connections 4.9.2 RS-485 Four Wire Connection Figure 4.12: Settings for RS-485 four wire connection Select the RS-485 address of the AMC2 controller using the DIP switch.
  • Page 25 Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en Delivery status Figure 4.13: Location of the selector for host settings DIP switches Address none Tab. 4.1: Setting the address via the DIP switch DIP switches Mode SDEB RS-485 Tab. 4.2: Protocol and connection settings Host settings...
  • Page 26: Rs-485 For Extension Modules

    | Installing Access Modular Controller 2 4.10 RS-485 for extension modules The RS485 Extension Module Bus expands the AMC2 with additional I/O modules (AMC2-8IOE, AMC2-16IE, AMC2-16IOE). Figure 4.14: Location of the RS-485 extension module bus Up to three expansion modules can be connected to provide additional in- and outputs, for example, for elevator control.
  • Page 27: Wiegand Interface For Card Readers

    Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en 4.11 Wiegand interface for card readers The AMC2 provides four ports for connecting a maximum of 4 readers with Wiegand interfaces. Each interface is connected using a 10-pin pluggable screw - refer to Connecting diagrams, page 46 .
  • Page 28: Connecting Relay Outputs

    | Installing Access Modular Controller 2 4.12 Connecting relay outputs To operate locks or alarm systems, the AMC2 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 46 .
  • Page 29 Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en dry mode: wet mode: output output Figure 4.19: Recovery diode schematic normally open/normally closed normally open/normally closed common common load load recovery diode recovery diode voltage source Notice! Risk of damage to equipment Do not connect externally powered devices in wet mode. This can damage the AMC2.
  • Page 30: Connecting Analog Input Devices

    | Installing Access Modular Controller 2 4.13 Connecting analog input devices The AMC2 has eight analog inputs, for example, for potential-free lock mechanisms, or to detect whether a lock is closed or open. The inputs will be connected to the 2-pin pluggable screw connectors: S3, S4, S8, S9, S15, S16, S20 and S21 - refer to Connecting diagrams, page 46 .
  • Page 31 Access Modular Controller 2 Installing | en To detect the four states, the voltage drop in the connecting cable may not exceed special values. The following table shows the maximum values of permissible cable resistance depending on the used resistor combination.
  • Page 32: Tamper Protection

    | Installing Access Modular Controller 2 4.14 Tamper protection To protect the AMC2 against unauthorized access and so prevent tampering with sensitive data, the AMC2 provides an additional interface to connect external tamper contacts. This interface is a potential-free 2-pin pluggable screw connector marked with T. When not in use this tamper contact should be shorted.
  • Page 33: Operating

    Access Modular Controller 2 Operating | en Operating Configuring Ethernet interface To configure the controller in a TCP/IP network environment, use the AccessIPConfig tool. The tool is delivered with the access host system software. Consult the online help of the AccessIpConfig for details on configuring the controller.
  • Page 34: Ul Requirements

    The enclosures AMC2-UL01 (for one device) or AMC2-UL02 (for two devices). – For every enclosure, a power supply Bosch APS-PSU-60 is necessary, and must be located in the same room as the connected AMC2 device. Recommended maximum distance between power supply unit and AMC2 is 3 m (9.84 ft).
  • Page 35: System Requirements

    It may not be used for connection to readers or other accessories. – All units are to be powered by the Bosch APS-PSU-60 power supply for UL installations. The power supply must be located in the same room as the connected AMC2 device.
  • Page 36 | UL requirements Access Modular Controller 2 – Wiring methods shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA70 - Articles 725 and 800), local codes, and the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). – All interconnecting devices and wiring must be UL listed and or/recognized.
  • Page 37 Access Modular Controller 2 UL requirements | en Figure 6.1: Example of mountings with extensions Bosch Security Systems B.V. 2021-04 | V04 | IM Installation manual...
  • Page 38: Extended Technical Specification

    | UL requirements Access Modular Controller 2 Position Description Position Description Black / brown Battery connection Earth cable Blue R-485 extension connection Green or green / yellow Tamper connection AC power connection Ethernet cable DC power to AMC2 Grounding points Caution! Risk of electrical interference.
  • Page 39: Troubleshooting

    Access Modular Controller 2 Troubleshooting | en Troubleshooting If problems occur read the table below. Adjust only those controls specified in the installation manual. Improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage, and require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the unit to normal operation.
  • Page 40: Resetting The Software

    | Troubleshooting Access Modular Controller 2 Resetting the software Insert the provided screwdriver into the hole until it reaches the reset button as shown in the figure below. Press the reset button with the screwdriver. Look at the LCD display. It will indicate the word Reset.
  • Page 41: Resetting The Device To Factory Default

    Access Modular Controller 2 Troubleshooting | en Resetting the device to factory default If connected to the Ethernet, release the connection. Open the upper case of the controller as described in Opening the case, page 16 . Reset the controller as described in Resetting the software, page 40 .
  • Page 42: Service And Repair

    | Service and repair Access Modular Controller 2 Service and repair The controller is backed by a standard warranty of 3 years. Contact your dealer to buy a warranty extension. Warning! Risk of electric shock Opening or removing the covers can expose you to dangerous voltages. An electric shock can cause injuries or death.
  • Page 43: Disposal

    Access Modular Controller 2 Disposal | en Disposal Old electrical and electronic equipment This product and/or battery must be disposed of separately from household waste. Dispose such equipment according to local laws and regulations, to allow their reuse and/or recycling. This will help in conserving resources, and in protecting human health and the environment.
  • Page 44: Technical Specifications

    | Technical specifications Access Modular Controller 2 Technical specifications Mechanical Type DIN rail mounting Housing material ABS and Polycarbonate (UL94V-0) Dimensions (H × W × D) 232 mm × 90 mm × 63 mm (9.13 in. × 3.54 in. × 2.48 in.)
  • Page 45 Access Modular Controller 2 Technical specifications | en Notice! The voltage drop from the power supply to the controller affects the interfaces of the controller. The total drop must not exceed 2V. Notice! To determine the environmental impact of an installation, take the most extreme values of all participating devices into account.
  • Page 46: Appendices

    | Appendices Access Modular Controller 2 Appendices 11.1 Connecting diagrams Ethernet RJ45 RS485 Host RS232 1 2 3 4 5 6 Figure 11.1: Connectors on upper PCB Shield Data RxTx+ (2-wire) Data Rx+ (4-wire) Data RxTx- (2-wire) Data Rx- (4-wire)
  • Page 47 Access Modular Controller 2 Appendices | en Figure 11.2: Interconnect diagramm of the project-specific interface RS485-Slave-Bus Power Supply Tamper Contact Reader Reader Interface 1 Interface 3 Analog Input 5 Analog Input 1 Analog Input 2 Analog Input 6 Relay Output 1...
  • Page 48 | Appendices Access Modular Controller 2 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. 11.6: Power supply...
  • Page 49 Access Modular Controller 2 Appendices | en Power supply for external devices (10V - 30V) Power supply for external devices (0V) Shield Data RxTx+ Data RxTx- Ground (PAG) Tab. 11.10: Host / Extension interface Tamper Contact, in Tamper Contact, out Tab. 11.11: External tamper contact Bosch Security Systems B.V.
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