“Card-in / Card-out” refers to door control where users are required to present their credential both when they enter and when they exit. Requiring users to card in and out can simplify time and attendance tracking. Requiring a credential to exit a secured space can increase security and reduce the risk of theft. This application of Card In / Card Out does not provide the Anti-Passback feature used in more advanced Access Control systems.
- Intrusion panel compatible with Door control; B8512G/B9512G or B6512.
- Two B901 Door control modules, one for each side of the door.
- One access input device (pin-pad or reader) for each door.
- Note: only one input (pin-pad or credential reader) is allowed on the access control module.
Figure 1 Wiring configuration for Card-In/Card-Out
- Install an access input device (pin-pad or reader) on the outside of the door and connect to the Primary B901 (see fig1). Connect the door contact to Zn+/COM and the door locking device to the Form-C relay dry contacts. Use Normally Open for door-strikes or Normally Closed for magnetic locks. This may be considered the ‘card-in’ device.
- Install an access input device (pin-pad or reader) on the inside of the door and connect to the Secondary B901 (see fig1). Connect the Form-C relay Normally Open contacts to the Request to Exit (REX) input on the Primary B901. Place a 1K ohm End of Line resistor across Zn+/COM on the Secondary B901. This may be considered the ‘card-out’ device.
- Only a single access input device (pin-pad or credential reader) at a single door is allowed.
- To enter through the door, the user will either present a credential or enter a pin-code at the at the access input device outside the door. When access is granted the Form-C relay on the primary B901 activates to unlock the door. The door point is shunted for the programmed shunt time.
- To exit through the door, the user will either present a credential or enter a pin-code at the at the access input device inside of the door. When access is granted the secondary B901’s Form-C relay presents a short to the REX input on the Primary B901. The Primary B901’s Form-C relay activates, unlocking the door and the door point is shunted for the programmed shunt time.
- After access is granted the door will either remain unlocked for the duration of the strike time or lock once the door is opened (see Deactivate on Open).
- Access Granted and No Entry events are logged and reported for the associated door number when enabled in programming.
- Configure program settings for both the primary and secondary doors. The Door Point will be the address of the door contact on the primary door and is configured in Point Assignments.
- Door Name Text: Enter a name to describe the door, perhaps to identify the Entry side and the Exit side.
- Door Source: Select SDI2 for B8512G/B9512G or B6512. Select SDI for legacy types such as G-GV3.
- Entry Area: Assign an appropriate area# to the primary and secondary doors. Be sure proper authority is assigned to users in each area where a door is assigned in order for access to be granted to open the door. Instructions for assigning authority to access doors is included in a later section.
- Associated Keypad#: Enter the Keypad address which determines the scope of the user's disarming rights in systems with multiple areas.
- Custom Function: Enter an optional custom function to execute when Access is granted.
- Door Point: Enter the point number of the door contact connected to the Door control Module. Locate point assignments and note that Point Source= Door point is automatically selected. Enter an appropriate Point Profile and Area assignment.
- Fire Unlock: Yes= the door unlocks upon any Fire or Gas alarm. No= the door remains in its current state upon any Fire or Gas alarm.
- Disarm on Open: Only applies to users with authority to Disarm while using door control. Yes= when access has been granted the area disarms only after the door control module detects the door is opened. No= the area disarms when access has been granted regardless of whether the door was opened or not. This feature only works when the door contact is wired to the door control module and the point number assigned as the Door Point.
- Strike Time: Enter for the amount of time for the door to remain unlocked after access is granted.
- Shunt Time: Enter the length of time the door is shunted to allow the door to be opened without the panel seeing the point become faulted.
- Buzz Time: Enter the number of seconds that the buzzer output activates to notify the user that the door is unlocked and ready to open. The buzzer stops when the door is opened.
- Extend Time: Enter the amount of time (1 to 30 sec) to prolong strike, buzz, and shunt activation when the shunt time expires and a door remains open. At the end of the programmed Extend Time, the buzzer continues to buzz until the door closes. In addition, if programmed, the point assigned to the door indicates a Trouble, Alarm, or Fault at the keypad. Regardless of the door point programming, the system generates a Trouble Door Left Open event while the system is disarmed, and an Alarm Door Left Open event when the system is armed and the door is held open beyond Extend Time. "Door Closed - Restoral" events are generated after the door is held open past Extend Time and the door has returned to normal. Enter 0 to disable Extend Time. The Trouble Door Left Open event, the Alarm Door Left Open event, and the warning at the keypad are all disabled.
- Deactivate On Open: Yes= the door locks immediately upon physically opening the door (door point is faulted) after access was granted. No: The door remains unlocked for the duration of strike time whether the door is opened or not. This feature only works when the door contact is wired to the door control module and the point number assigned as the Door Point.
- RTE Shunt Only: No= Request to Enter (RTE) automatically activates the programmed strike time (door is unlocked) and shunt time. Yes= only activates the programmed shunt time but does not activate strike time (door is not unlocked).
- RTE Input Debounce: Set the length of time the door control module scans the RTE input before initiating a request to enter (RTE) event.
- REX Shunt Only: No= Request to Exit (REX) automatically activates the programmed strike time (door is unlocked) and shunt time. Yes= only activates the programmed shunt time but does not activate strike time (door is not unlocked).
- REX Input Debounce: Set the length of time the door control module scans the REX input before initiating a request to exit (REX) event.
- Access Granted: Yes= ACCESS GRANTED and DOOR REQUEST events logged and reported. No= ACCESS GRANTED and DOOR REQUEST events are not logged or reported.
- No Entry: Yes= ACCESS DENIED events logged and reported. No= ACCESS DENIED events are not logged or reported.
- Enter Request: Yes= REQUEST TO ENTER (RTE) events logged and reported. No= REQUEST TO ENTER (RTE) events are not logged or reported.
- Exit Request: Yes= REQUEST TO EXIT (REX) events logged and reported. No= REQUEST TO EXIT (REX) events are not logged and reported.
- Failure Mode: Determines how the door control module will behave if it fails to communicate with the panel. Fail Secure= Door remains locked to ensure continued security. Fail Safe= Access module releases the door locking mechanism to allow passage.
- Enclosure Tamper: Determines whether a normally open tamper switch will be used in the enclosure housing the door control module. Yes= enable tamper input (T+). No= disable tamper input (T+).
- When using a B901 on the SDI2 bus (Door Source = SDI2) shorting the tamper input (T+) to common (COM) creates a Point Missing event for the Door Point and a Tamper event for the B901 module.
- When using a D9210C or B901 on the SDI bus (Door Source = SDI) shorting the tamper input (T+) to common (COM) creates a Point Missing event for the Door Point.
How to configure authority for users to obtain access granted:
Access is granted based on the area armed state and a Security Level setting. The user is assigned an authority level in the area where the door is assigned. The Security Level setting in the user’s authority determines when access is granted depending on the area armed state.
- Door > the door is assigned to an area in the system.
- User > the user has an authority level (1-14) assigned to the area where the door is assigned.
- Users Authority Level > the users authority level has a Security Level (A, P, D or - ) which must be adequate to allow Access to be Granted during the current area armed state.
- Security Level:
- All On (A) - Users have access rights for this area when the area is in any armed state.
- Part On (P) - Users have access rights for this area when the area is Part On or disarmed, but not when the area is all on Armed.
- Disarmed (D) - Users have access rights for this area only when it is disarmed.
- No Access (-) - Users do not have access rights to this area.