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H3-EM-62-100 Electronic Swinghandle Operating Instructions Package Contents H3-EM-62-100 Electronic Swinghandle with RFID Reader (qty1) EM-0-45827 M3x25 POZIDRIV® Mounting Screws (qty 4) EM-0-47151 M3x14 POZIDRIV® Mounting Screw (qty 1) H3-EM-0-61927 Rotation Limiter (qty 1) E5-C-04 Pawl Screw (qty 1) EM-0-45826 Top Mounting Bracket (qty 1) EM-0-45822 Bottom Mounting Bracket (qty 1) Operating Instructions (qty 1) H3-EM-62-100 Electronic Swinghandle with RFID Reader Specifications Actuator Module Supply Voltage (VSUPPLY): 12VDC to 24VDC (NOTE: Status LED will blink red if the supply voltage is out of range.) Standby Current: 50mA maximum at 12VDC Operating Current: 200mA maximum at 12VDC (with no external mechanical load applied to handle Stall Current: 1A maximum (at 12VDC, limited to 2 seconds) Operating Transit Time: 1 second maximum (NOTE: Power must be present during transit times. If power is removed while the lock slide is in transit, it will complete it’s cycle when power is restored.) Electronic Unlock Time: 3 seconds minimum Open Collector Outputs: Rated for VSUPPLY, maximum load RFID Reader Module Supply Voltage (VCC): Operating Current: 12VDC to 24VDC 125mA maximum (no external devices attached) Transmit Frequency: 13.56MHz / 125kHz DATA Signal Voltage: 5VDC DATA Pulse Interval Time: 40µs DATA Signal Delay: 2ms Output Format: Reverse Byte Order (13.56MHz cards) Most Significant Bit First (125kHz cards) Upper and Lower Parity Bits Included Mounting and Installation Please refer to Southco trade drawing J-H3-EM-62-100 for mounting and installation details. NOTE: Use a #1 POZIDRIV® driver when installing the mounting screws. See Southco trade drawing J-H3-EM-62-100 for additional details. 1. 2. 3. 4. Handle RFID Reader Tri-Color Status LED Lock Plug Read range distance may vary depending on card type, mounting conditions, or environmental conditions. In some cases, the card may need to make contact with, or be moved across, the RFID reader. Wiring Diagrams Features Installed 13.56MHz / 125kHz RFID reader module with Wiegand data output Compatible with 13.56MHz RFID cards with 4, 7, or 8byte Unique Identifiers (UID) and 125kHz prox cards Remote lock and unlock capability Single or multi-point lock actuation Momentary or continuous lock actuation Tri-color LED (blue/magenta/red) to indicate lock and handle status Manual lock override Accommodates both left and right doors For indoor use only J-H3-EM-62-100-M The H3-EM-62-100 contains two separate functional modules: the actuator module and RFID reader module. The actuator module controls and monitors the locking function of the swinghandle. The RFID module reads the contents of a compatible RFID card and converts it to Wiegand format. These two modules operate independently of each other and require connection to an access control unit (not provided), as illustrated below, for the entire product to be fully functional. Page 1 of 4 H3-EM-62-100 Electronic Swinghandle Operating Instructions The actuator module of the swinghandle is accessed with a six-position connector on the rear of the unit, shown below. Wiegand Data Output 125kHz Prox Cards The RFID module will read the site and user codes from a compatible prox card, and convert to Wiegand data format, including upper even parity (Pe) and lower odd parity (Po) bits, as shown below. 13.56MHz RFID Cards The RFID module will read the 4, 7, or 8 byte UID from a compatible RFID card, and convert to Wiegand data format in reverse byte order, including upper even parity (Pe) and lower odd parity (Po) bits, as shown below. Pin Description VGND VSUPPLY N/C Control Signal Electronic Lock Status Mechanical Lock Status Note ground (must be same as RFID reader module) 12 to 24 VDC power supply input (may be connected to prox reader VCC input) no connect command input (9VDC up to supply voltage, 100 milliseconds minimum) open collector output (rated for VSUPPLY, 100mA max. load) open collector output (rated for VSUPPLY, 100mA max. load) The RFID reader module of the swinghandle is accessed with a fourposition connector attached to a harness connected to the module’s circuit board. The module’s connector pinout is: Control Input Signal This signal is used to control the electronic lock slide position. for UNLOCKED position: Supply 9VDC minimum (do not exceed supply voltage) for at least 100 milliseconds. The lock will remain unlocked for as long as the signal is present, or a minimum of 3 seconds. Signal timing can typically be adjusted at the access control device. The control signal current draw is less than 10mA. for LOCKED position: Supply an open contact or 0VDC (0 to 0.5V) Electronic Lock Status Output and Mechanical Lock Status Output Signals Pin Wire Color Black Description GND Red VCC Green White DATA0 DATA1 Note ground (must be same as actuator module) 12 to 24VDC power supply input (may be connected to EML VSUPPLY input) DATA0 output DATA1 output NOTE: The mating connectors/harnesses are not provided with the H3-EM-62-100. Refer to Southco trade drawing J-H3-EM-62-100 for mating connector/harness requirements. J-H3-EM-62-100-M Electronic Lock Status Output Signal This output will be LOW (GND) when the lock slide is electromechanically moved to the unlocked position. It will be in the open collector state (highimpedance) when in the locked position. Mechanical Lock Status Output Signal This output will be LOW (GND) when the handle is in the open position or when the keylock in the actuator is manually unlocked. It will be in the open collector state (high-impedance) when in the secured position. NOTE: These outputs are open collector outputs rated for VSUPPLY with a maximum load of 100mA. To avoid damage to the H3-EM, do not exceed voltage and current ratings. Page 2 of 4 H3-EM-62-100 Electronic Swinghandle Operating Instructions Status LED and Output Signals Mechanically Released The latch is equipped with a tri-color (blue/magenta/red) LED visible from the front of the latch. This LED provides a visible notification of the latch status. The different latch states are described below. Please refer to the Control Input Signal, Electronic Lock Status Output Signal, and Mechanical Lock Status Output Signal sections for further details on these signals. The latch is released by opening the handle or moving the cam from its lock position. The Status LED will flash blue. The electronic lock status output will be at its open collector state if the electronic lock slide is in the locked position. It will be 0V if the lock slide is in the unlocked position. The mechanical lock status output is 0V. Secured The latch is securely closed, prohibiting access. The Status LED will be solid blue. The electronic lock status output is at its open collector state. The mechanical lock status output is at its open collector state. handle secured in housing, cam in locked position NOTE: The lock sensor is an optical device that senses the presence of the lock pawl. Reflectivity of the lock pawl material can affect sensing. Use only Southco-supplied locks. electronic lock slide in locked position electronic lock slide in locked position electronic lock slide in unlocked position lock plug in unlocked position “Secured” State “Mechanically Released” State Electronically Released Handle not Fully Closed The electronic lock slide is in the unlocked position and the handle can be pulled open. The Status LED will alternate flashing blue/magenta. The electronic lock status output is 0V while the lock slide is in the unlocked position. The mechanical lock status output is at its open collector state. This is an interim state and may occur while closing the handle when the cam is not secured by the electronic lock slide. The latch is not fully secured during this state. The Status LED will alternate flashing blue/red if the cam is not detected. It will flash blue/red/red if the cam is detected, but the lock plate is not in the right position. This could be due to mechanical failure or tampering. The electronic lock status output is 0V if the lock slide is in the unlocked position. It will be at its open collector state if it is in the lock position. The mechanical lock status output is 0V if the cam is not detected. It will be at its open collector state if it is detected. electronic lock slide in unlocked position handle secured in housing, cam in locked position cam not detected by latch cam detected by latch “Electronically Released” State “Handle not Fully Closed” State J-H3-EM-62-100-M Page 3 of 4 H3-EM-62-100 Electronic Swinghandle Operating Instructions Electronic Lock Slide Error Error Input Command Sequence The electronic lock slide does not respond to the command input signal. The Status LED will flash magenta if the latch is secured. It will alternate flashing red/magenta if the latch is mechanically released. The electronic lock status output is at its open collector state. The mechanical lock status output will be at its open collector state if the cam is in its lock position. It will be 0V if the mechanical key is moved from its lock position. The H3-EM can accept an input command from an external controller to flash the status LED red three times. This feature can be used to indicate that an error event has occurred (e.g. unauthorized access attempt). The control input signal needs to meet the timing requirements shown below to flash the status LED red. Tburst control input Ton Toff Ton = 5ms Toff = 5ms Tburst = 400ms (min) POZIDRIV® is a registered trademark of the Phillips Screw Company FCC Compliance Statement This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) 2) This device may not cause harmful interference, and This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. (Example - use only shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral devices). Industry Canada Compliance Statement This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) 2) this device may not cause interference, and this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes: 1) 2) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement. J-H3-EM-62-100-M Page 4 of 4
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