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unavoidable space the Base Unit as far from the metal surface as possible using a plastic wood or other non-metal spacer 4Mount the Base Unit in the upright position When correctly oriented Cypress ca Download

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1 will blink continuously when the Reader
will blink continuously when the Reader is communicating with the Base Unit. The LED on the Base Unit's board will also flash green. 4. Test a simulated valid badge read: Temporarily connect a wire to the ŇLED InÓ and to a ground pin on the Base UnitŐs Board. While it is connected, the Handheld ReaderŐs Green LED will be lit and the vibrate motor will be active. Disconnect the wire. 5. Test the Handheld ReaderŐs relay con

2 trol: Press the Relay Control (Vend) but
trol: Press the Relay Control (Vend) button. The Reader will briefly vibrate and the Base UnitŐs Board will emit an audible click. Relay activity can also be tested with a voltage meter set to continuity mode. 6. Once the Bench Test steps are completed, the Base Unit is ready to be installed at its permanent location, and the Handheld Reader is ready to be used. Overview: How the System FunctionsThe Handheld Reader system r

3 eads Wiegand RF proximity badges and sen
eads Wiegand RF proximity badges and sends badge data to its Base Unit through a radio link. The Base Unit, which is installed similar to a standard fixed-mount reader, interfaces with an access control panel. An access control panel determines whether the badge is valid or invalid. When valid badge data is presented, the panel will trigger an LED, Strike Relay output, or both, depending upon the type of panel. unavoidable,

4 space the Base Unit as far from the meta
space the Base Unit as far from the metal surface as possible using a plastic, wood, or other non-metal spacer. 4.Mount the Base Unit in the upright position. When correctly oriented, ŇCypressÓ can be clearly read. C. Connecting the Base Unit to the access control panel1.To properly connect the HHR-6300 Base Unit to the access control panel, a Wiegand port must be available on the panel. 2.From the board in the Base Unit, co

5 nnect Data 0, Data 1, common ground, and
nnect Data 0, Data 1, common ground, and LED Input to the available Wiegand ports. 3.Refer to the wiring diagram on pg. 9 as needed. 4.To power the Base Unit, connect the power supply to the Base UnitŐs board with an 8-16Vdc power supply, with a minimum of 300mA of current. D. Testing the Handheld Reader-to-Base Unit connection1.Be sure the Handheld Reader has been charged for at least 4 hours prior to testing. 2.Press the P

6 ower button on the Handheld Reader. The
ower button on the Handheld Reader. The Reader's Red LED will illuminate, and its Blue LED will blink continuously when the Reader is communicating with the Base Unit. The LED on the Base UnitŐs board will also flash green. 3.To simulate a valid badge read, temporarily connect a wire to the ŇLED InÓ and to a ground pin on the board in the Base Unit. While it is connected, the Handheld ReaderŐs Green LED will be lit and the vi

7 brate motor will be active. 4.To test t
brate motor will be active. 4.To test the Handheld ReaderŐs relay control, press the Relay Control (Vend) button. The Reader will briefly vibrate and the Base Unit board will emit an audible click. Relay activity can also be tested with a voltage meter set to continuity mode. 5.Test with a valid badge by presenting the badge to the Handheld Reader. If all connections to the panel are made correctly, the ReaderŐs Green LED w

8 ill illuminate and the Reader will vibra
ill illuminate and the Reader will vibrate. Note: If there is no direct line of sight, if obstacles are present, or if additional distance is needed between the Base Unit and Handheld Reader, a Cypress Repeater unit is recommended. See pg. 12. (Power & Card Acknowledge) LED Indicators (Handheld Reader and Base Unit)Handheld Reader LEDsĄRed LED (top left - power & card acknowledge) Illuminated: Handheld ReaderŐs power button

9 is activated and unit is on. Briefly bli
is activated and unit is on. Briefly blinks off then illuminates: A badge has been sensed. ĄBlue LED (top center - communication status) Blinks continuously: Handheld Reader is communicating with Base Unit. Not lit: Reader is not communicating with the Base Unit. ĄGreen LED (top right - card verification) Illuminated: Valid badge. Reader should also vibrate. Change the address of the Handheld Reader For Handheld Readers wi

10 th the built-in In/Out Gate Selection fe
th the built-in In/Out Gate Selection feature, address programming cards are redundant. If it is necessary to configure addresses using the programming cards, follow these steps: 1.Turn the Handheld Reader on by pressing the power button momentarily. 2. Use theposition DIP switch bank on the daughterboard to re-configure radio settings as necessary for the following applications: Ą Changing the channel of the radio Ą Changing

11 the Handheld Reader display outputs to
the Handheld Reader display outputs to show radio energy in the environment, or the link quality between the Handheld Reader and Base Unit radios Set DIP switches 1-4 according to the channel that will be used. When changing the channel, the Base Unit must be power-cycled after setting the DIP switches to the desired channel. Signal Strength MeterNo Signal-90dbm to -80dbm-80dbm to -60dbm-60dbm to -40dbm-40dbm to -20dbm-2

12 0dbm to 0dbmLink QualityEnergyThe signal
0dbm to 0dbmLink QualityEnergyThe signal strength of the last received transmission from a device with the same network ID.The ambient RF energy of the selected channel regardless of network ID.Changing the Handheld Reader display outputs When DIP switch 8 is on, the LEDs will display the ambient RF energy in the area. This can be used to determine if the intended channel has a high level of noise. !SynapseModuleLEDs

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