Please find to .pdf links to wiring diagrams below
General Wiring Info
- Relay position refers to strike wiring location.
- Reader position refers to keypad wiring location.
- Input position refers to door sensor, also called DPS, wiring location.
- Reader1, Relay1, and input1 will be associated to Door 1.
- Reader2, Relay2, and input2 will be associated to Door 2.
- Reader1, Relay1, and Input1 will be associated to odd numbered doors past 1 (E.g. 3, 5, 7).
- Reader2, Relay2, and Input2 will be associated to even numbered doors past 2 (E.g. 4, 6, 8).
- Use 22/6 shielded cable for keypad/readers within 250 feet and 18 within 500ft.
- Use 18/4 stranded for Fail-Secure locks and 18/6 for Fail-Safe locks within 200 feet.
- Check strike manual for max gauge and wire-run length, if needed.
- Power supply jumper is pre-set to 12VDC. Power down before changing, if needed.
- A 1501 can only be powered by 12VDC or POE.
- If powering with 24VDC, will need to change power jumper from PT to 12V, on each panel.
- Keypads must be installed no higher than 54 inches (to the top row of keys) above the floor if side reach is available. Otherwise, 48 inches is required.
- DPS/contact sensors are to be installed 6-8 inches from the hinges on the top of the door/header.
- Multiple batteries can be used in series for longer backup durations.
- Strikes should be set to 12v input only, unless powering boards with 24VDC.
- First Input is for a door sensor.
- Next Input is for a Request to Exit (REX) device. And so on.
- Both these Inputs need to be defined online, in prospective door’s settings