KAS-310-DK Keypad Access Control - User Manual

KAS-310-DK Keypad Access Control - User Manual

User Guide


KAS-302 E Keypad Programming Instructions

The KAS-302 E Keypad vandal resistant proximity card and keypad access control unit suitable for external applications. The unit accepts up to 999 users and provides entry via the use of proximity cards and/or pin codes.

Equipment provided

The following is provided as part of an Electric Strike Bundle Kit:

Additional Equipment Required

Electric lock Strike MechanismFail Safe (power to lock) or Fail Secure (power to open)
Power Supply with Backup Battery 12VDC (From a Regulated Power Supply)

Request to Exit (REX) Button Normally Open Type-Switch is closed when pressed.

Technical Specification

Electrical Characteristics

Operating Voltage

12VDC From a Regulated Power Supply

Input current:
Not including attached device

Standby: 60mAMax: 130mA

Outputs:
Lock Strike Relay› Auxiliary Relay
Lock Strike Control Output Auxiliary Control Output

From C, 5A
From C, 5A
Collectors open output (25mA) Collector Open Output (25mA)

Built-in Proximity Reader

Environmental Characteristics

Mechanical Characteristics

Read Range

65mm

Reader

ASK at 125kHz

Compatible Cards

ALL 26-Bit EM Cards

Operating Temperature

0 to 5%(Non Condensing) Suitable for outdoor use

Dimensions:

120L*76W*27Hmm

Weight:

610g

Features

  • Built-in Key Card reader

  • Built-in Keypad for PIN Code entry Auxiliary Input & Auxiliary Output

    Eight Auxiliary Modes including: o Door Ajar

    o Forced Door
    o Door Monitoro Normal/Secure

  • Internal Buzzer

  • Two Status/Programming Interface LED'S

  • Two Modes of Operation

  • Three User Levers

o Normal User o Secure User o Maser User

  • Code search feature that helps maintaining user codes easier.

  • Built-in Case and Back TamperBell, Chime, Siren, Battery Backup,

    Tamper Output features available with Power Supplies.

  • Programmable Siren Time.

  • Programmable Lock Strike Release Time.

    Mounting the Keypad

  • Before starting, select the location to mount the keypad. This location should be at shoulder height and on the outside of the are you enter.

  • Holding the back face of the keypad-Pass the wires through the exit/entry holes

  • Drill the back face of the keypad to your desired location

  • Attach the wires to the corresponding terminal blocks. (See wiring

    diagrams)

  • Gently close the face together and do up the screw at the bottom of

    the keypad face

    Operation Introduction

    Normal, Secure & Master Users
    The KAS-310 accepts up to 999 users and provide entry via two codes: Memory Slot 1(Primary code) and Memory Slot 2(Secondary code).

Normal User

A Normal User only has a Primary Code and is only granted access when the keypad is in Normal Mode.

Secure User

A Secure User must have a Primary and Secondary code programmed; the two codes must not be the same. The Secure User can gain access when keypad is in its twoModes of Operation. In normal Mode the Secure User must present both their Primary and Secondary Codes in order to gain entry.

Master User

A Master User must have both Primary and Secondary code programmed with the same Key Card or PIN code. The Master user can gain access during any Mode of Operation by presenting their Proximity Card or PIN CODE to the controller. (The master user is convenient but is less secure than a Secure User).

Code Use

Primary code:

  • Can only be used under normal mode

  • Can't be the same as another users number—this will cause issues

    when deleting user details.

    Secondary code:

    Must match the corresponding Primary Code in Secure Mode

    It cant be the same as the System Code (i.e. Factory Settings), but the different users can set the same Secondary code.
    Can be used in Normal Mode and Secure Mode

    Different Modes

    Normal Mode: (Factory Default)
    All the normal users secure users and master users can entry with a Primary code or Key Card.

    Secure Mode:

  • Only secure users and master users can enter in this mode .The

    secure users must enter the Primary and Secondary Code to entry,

    with in 10 seconds

  • The master users can entry either their primary code or secondary

    code or use their Key Card

  • Primary code uses cannot enter at this time.

Changing from Normal Mode to Secure Mode

Changing from Secure Mode to Normal Mode

Replacing a lost Program Code

Note: The Keypad must be in Normal Mode otherwise this will not work. Make sure that the Mode LED is green before proceeding.

Remove all power from the system for 15 seconds Press the “Release to Exit” (REX) Button
While button is still pressed-Apply power to the unit.

Release the REX button- You now have 15 seconds to program a new Program code into the unit using the initial default code 123456, before the controller reverts to the existing code.

  • Press # for 2 seconds

  • Enter Default Program Code 123456

  • Press 3

  • Enter new Program code

    Replacing a lost Secure Code

    Note: The Keypad must be in Secure Mode otherwise this will not work. Make sure that the Mode LED is red before proceeding.

  • Remove all power for 15 seconds

  • Press and hold the “Release to exit” (REX) Button

    While button is still pressed- Apply power to the unit

  • Release the REX Button-You now have 15 seconds to program a

    new Secure code into the unit using the initial default code 383838, before the controller reverts to the existing code.

Enter Default Secure code 383838
Enter # to return to Normal Mode
Press # for 2 seconds
Enter Default Program Code 123456 Press 4

Enter New Secure Code Keypad Sounds

Enter Secure code

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Press # To confirm

F

In secure mode

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Enter Secure code

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Press # To confirm

F

In secure mode

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Case

Sound display

Sound Description

Valid Press

One short deep

deep

Valid change code

Three short deeps

deep deep deep

Valid Reader

One short deep

deep

Invalid Code

One long deep

deep...

Invalid Program

One long deep

deep...

Light Definitions

Case

LEFT LIGHT

RIGHT LIGHT

Normal condition

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Secure condition

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Enter program mode

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Release the Lock

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Tamper

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Quick Reference User Guide

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