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Contents Preface ................1 Conventions used in this document.
Preface This is the GE KTR-11 Face/Badge Reader Installation Manual. This document includes an overview of the product and detailed instructions explaining: • how to install a KTR-11 in several indoor and outdoor setups; and • how to configure and operate your KTR-11 within a Digiplex system.
The above sequence describes the face/badge reader’s operation in a standalone setting. However, one or more KTR-11s can also be used as receiver sites in GE Security’s Digiplex system. All units would be linked to a GE Security KTD-304A keypad, which also controls pan/tilt/zoom functions for other Digiplex components.
Optional 115 V operation (KTR-11-E5). The KTR-11-E5 requires a 115 VAC power supply line, which enters the KTR-11 through the hole located at the upper right of the unit, for attachment after installation to the terminals located on the transformer mounted in the upper right corner of the face/badge reader (Figure 1 on page 3).
2. Bring wires and cables into the KTR-11 through the appropriate openings and insert the KTR-11 unit in the wall cutout. 3. Slide the wall brackets into the slots at the top and bottom of the KTR-11, as shown. 4. Thread the screws provided through the slots in the brackets, but do not tighten.
Frame-mount installation If you cannot flush-mount the KTR-11 using the KTR-11-15 wall brackets, mount the unit in a framed cutout. To frame-mount the unit, do the following: 1. Locate the four holes—two on each side—of the face/badge reader (Figure 3). You may need to remove the cameras and the mirror assembly if access to any of the holes is obstructed.
You can also mount the unit on a wall surface. To surface-mount the unit, do the following: 1. The KTR-11 is secured to the wall flange by four bolts, two in each side wall (Figure 4). Locate and remove these bolts. You may need to remove the cameras and the mirror assembly to gain access.
When installing the KTR-11 with a weatherproof hood, the wall brackets (KTR-11-15) must be shortened to allow enough room to insert them into both slots at the top and bottom of the KTR-11. To accomplish this, shear 0.65 in. from each end of both brackets before installing. A decal has been placed at each end of the mounting brackets to guide your cuts.
KTR-11 Face/Badge Reader Installation Manual Figure 5. Wall-mounting outdoors using a KTR-90 weatherproof hood TO PHOTOCELL TO FAN LAMPS FOR REPLACEMENT USE PART #: GE 97 45.5" TO FLOOR...
Pedestal-mount installation For a free-standing installation, you will need to mount the KTR-11 using a KTR-91 pedestal, which is equipped with a base collar, and is used in conjunction with a KTR-90 weatherproof hood assembly. Install the pedestal as follows: 1.
Installation Manual Speaker shroud installation To install the KTR-11 speaker shroud into an existing face/badge reader, do the following: 1. Unlock and open the door of the KTR-11 face/badge reader. 2. Remover the speaker side screw of the existing speaker bracket.
The RS422 digital control signal originates from the remote keypad (KTD-304A or the KTD-304RA) and connects to the KTR-11 through terminals 1 and 2 of the lower barrier strip on the KTR-11 PC card (Figure 8 and Figure 9 on page 12.) Note: The RS-422 cable has polarity.
Call return cable The DTMF call signal connects to terminals 5 and 6 of the lower barrier strip on the KTR-11 PC card and terminates at the control site (KTD-304A, or KTD-304RA). See Figure 8 on page 11 and Figure 9 for connection instructions.
Audio cable The two-way audio cable connects to terminal positions 9 and 10 of the lower barrier strip on the KTR-11 PC card, and terminates at the control site (KTR304A or 304RA). See Figure 8 on page 11 and Figure 9 on page 12.
KTR-11 Face/Badge Reader Installation Manual Figure 11. Door control and audio connections KTR-11 PC CARD LOCATED IN THE KTR-11 SPEAKER/HORN FACE BADGE READER. TO/FROM DOOR 2 AUDIO FROM DOOR 2 CALL BUTTON FROM DOOR 2 SENSOR STATUS SENSOR CABLE CONNECTIONS FOR GATE OPERATION.
Figure 12. Video connections FACE CAMERA BADGE CAMERA DOOR 2 DOOR 1 CAMERA CAMERA VIDEO OUTPUT...
2 talk focus pan/tilt/alarm control site select video switcher control access control PTZ control keys Site select keys Special application keys Note: The KTD-304A requires a special key reassignment in order to operate the KTR-11. Call Technical Support for details.
Special application keys face Used to select KTR-11 Face/Badge Reader’s face camera. badge Used to select KTR-11’s badge camera (or inserted badge view, if applicable). door1, Used to select auxiliary camera views from KTR-11’s video switcher circuitry. door2 open1, Used to operate the selected receiver site’s door for access control.
Reserved for future development. The mutiplexer keys may function differently, or not at all, on some models of multiplexers. Site programming Refer to the decal on the inside of the KTR-11’s door for assigning the unit’s site number in the KTR-11 system.
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