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NetAXS-123
Access Control Unit
Installation Guide
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CONTENTS
Installing the NetAXS-123 Panels
1.0 Introduction.......................................................................................................................................... 2
1.1 Access Control Overview .................................................................................................. 2
1.2 NetAXS-123 Overview...................................................................................................... 2
2.0 Panel Components and Descriptions................................................................................................ 3
2.1 Supervised Input Wiring....................................................................................................5
2.2 NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit..................................................................................... 7
NetAXS-123 Add-On Board ........................................................................................... 7
Supported Readers ........................................................................................................... 8
Real-Time Clock Protection ............................................................................................ 9
2.3 Power Supply..................................................................................................................... 9
2.4 Battery.............................................................................................................................. 10
2.5 Suppressors ...................................................................................................................... 10
3.0 Installation.......................................................................................................................................... 11
3.1 Installing the Compact Enclosure Panel .......................................................................... 11
Installing on a Wall ....................................................................................................... 11
Installing over a Gang Box ............................................................................................ 15
Installing on a Flat Surface ............................................................................................ 16
3.2 Installing the Standard Enclosure Panel .......................................................................... 17
3.3 Installing the Add-On Board............................................................................................26
3.4 Wiring the Readers .......................................................................................................... 29
3.5 Wiring Door Strikes......................................................................................................... 33
3.6 Setting DIP Switches and Jumpers ..................................................................................35
Controller Board DIP Switch and Jumper Settings ....................................................... 35
Add-On Board DIP Switch and Jumper Settings .......................................................... 40
3.7 Communications .............................................................................................................. 42
USB Communications ................................................................................................... 42
RS-485 Communications .............................................................................................. 44
Ethernet TCP/IP Communications ................................................................................ 47
4.0 System Configuration....................................................................................................................... 48
4.1 Ethernet Connection ........................................................................................................48
4.2 USB Connection .............................................................................................................. 49
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4.3 RS-485 Connection via PCI-3 .........................................................................................50
4.4 RS-485 Connection via NetAXS-123.............................................................................. 51
4.5 RS-485 Connections with Multidrop Panels at Both Ends of the Cable ......................... 52
4.6 M-56K Dial-up Modem, RS-485 Connection via Hub (PCI-3) ......................................54
4.7 Fiber Converter to RS-485 Connection via PCI-3...........................................................55
4.8 Fiber Converter to RS-485 Connection via NetAXS-123 ...............................................56
4.9 N-485-PCI-3/NetAXS-123 Access Controller Panel Connection Detail ........................57
4.10 NetAXS-123/NetAXS-123 Access Controller Panel Connection Detail ...................... 58
4.11 Mixed Loops .................................................................................................................. 59
5.0 Hardware Specifications .................................................................................................................. 60
5.1 Relay Contacts ................................................................................................................. 60
5.2 Reader Interface............................................................................................................... 60
5.3 Maximum Output Loading ..............................................................................................60
5.4 PoE Power Limitations .................................................................................................... 60
5.5 Mechanical....................................................................................................................... 61
5.6 Environment..................................................................................................................... 62
5.7 Cable ................................................................................................................................ 62
6.0 Basic Standalone Operation ............................................................................................................ 63
6.1 Card Read / Door Lock Operation................................................................................... 63
6.2 Door Egress / Door Lock / Door Status Operation..........................................................63
7.0 Maintenance....................................................................................................................................... 64
8.0 Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................ 65
9.0 Technical Support............................................................................................................................. 66
9.1 Normal Support Hours.....................................................................................................66
9.2 Web.................................................................................................................................. 66
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1: NetAXS-123 Compact Enclosure Wiring and Components ....................................... 3
Figure 2: NetAXS-123 Standard Enclosure Panel Wiring and Components ............................. 4
Figure 3: NetAXS-123 Add-On Board Wiring and Components .............................................. 5
Figure 4: Typical Supervised Input Wiring Diagram ................................................................. 6
Figure 5: Wiring Readers to the Controller Board ................................................................... 29
Figure 6: Controller Board DIP Switch and Jumper Location ................................................. 35
Figure 7: NetAXS-123 Controller Board Jumpers ................................................................... 39
Figure 8: Add-On Board DIP Switch and Jumper Location .................................................... 40
Figure 9: RS-485 Configuration via N-485-PCI-3 ................................................................... 45
Figure 10: RS-485 Configuration via NetAXS-123 Gateway .................................................. 46
Figure 11: Ethernet TCP/IP Configuration .............................................................................. 47
Figure 12: Ethernet Connection ............................................................................................... 48
Figure 13: NetAXS-123 USB Connection ............................................................................... 49
Figure 14: RS-485 Connection via PCI-3 ................................................................................ 50
Figure 15: RS-485 Connection via NetAXS-123 ..................................................................... 51
Figure 16: RS-485 Connection via NetAXS-123 with Multidrop Panels at Both Ends .......... 52
Figure 17: RS-485 Connection via PCI-3 with Multidrop Panels at Both Ends ...................... 53
Figure 18: M-56K Dial-up Modem, RS-485 Connection via Hub ........................................... 54
Figure 19: Fiber Converter to RS-485 Connection via PCI-3 .................................................. 55
Figure 20: Fiber Converter to RS-485 Connection via NetAXS-123 ...................................... 56
Figure 21: N-485-PCI-3/NetAXS-123 Access Controller Panel Connection Detail ............... 57
Figure 22: NetAXS-123/NetAXS-123 Access Controller Panel Connection Detail ............... 58
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LIST OF TABLES
Table 1: Supervised Input Terminal Blocks ................................................................................ 5
Table 2: Supervised Tamper Terminal Blocks ............................................................................ 6
Table 3: NetAXS-123 Input/Output Options ..............................................................................7
Table 4: Readers Supported by NetAXS-123 .............................................................................8
Table 5: Factory Default Configuration Settings for Door 1 ....................................................30
Table 6: Factory Default Configuration Settings for Door 2 ....................................................31
Table 7: Factory Default Configuration Settings for Door 3 ....................................................32
Table 8: NetAXS-123 SW1 DIP Switch Settings .....................................................................36
Table 9: NetAXS-123 SW2 DIP Switch Settings .....................................................................38
Table 10: Reader Wiring ........................................................................................................... 62
Table 11 Troubleshooting Problems and Solutions .................................................................. 65
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In this chapter ...
Introduction 2
Panel Components and Descriptions 3
Installation 11
System Configuration 48
Hardware Specifications 60
Maintenance 64
Troubleshooting 65
Technical Support 66
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Introduction
1.0 Introduction
This document describes how to install the NetAXS-123 Standard Enclosure access control unit and
the NetAXS-123 Compact Enclosure access control unit.
1.1 Access Control Overview
An access control system protects and preserves an enterprise’s resources by providing authentication,
authorization, and administration services. Authentication is a process that verifies a users identity. If
the user is verified, the system then either grants or denies access to specific areas and resources.
Administration includes the creation and modification of user accounts and access privileges.
An access control system consists of hardware and software, usually configured in a network
environment over a standard network protocol. Access control units, readers, door strikes, and video
and other devices, for example, are configured to control and monitor the access to a company site.
1.2 NetAXS-123 Overview
A NetAXS-123 access control is a full-featured one-door web-based access control system that
supports up to three doors when supplemented with an add-on input/output board. The NetAXS-123
panel includes a built-in web server, built-in Ethernet and USB support, and Power over Ethernet
(PoE) capability. You can manage the access control system using either a web browser or WIN-PAK.
For supported configurations, see “System Configuration“ on page 48 to view illustrations of the
supported NetAXS-123 system configurations.
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2.0 Panel Components and Descriptions
Note: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
The NetAXS-123 panel consists of a web-browser-enabled controller, a one- or two-door add-on board
that supports additional inputs and outputs, a power-over-Ethernet (PoE) power supply (NetAXS-123
Compact only), and a battery (NetAXS-123 Standard only).
The following figures show the NetAXS-123 panel wiring and components.
Figure 1: NetAXS-123 Compact Enclosure Wiring and Components
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Figure 2: NetAXS-123 Standard Enclosure Panel Wiring and Components
Note: Maintain at least a .25-inch distance between the non-power limited wiring (115 VAC/60 Hz
input wiring, power line filter wiring, and battery backup/charger wiring) and all other wiring, which is
power-limited Class 2 wiring.
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Figure 3: NetAXS-123 Add-On Board Wiring and Components
2.1 Supervised Input Wiring
The supervised inputs are located on the following terminal blocks:
Table 1: Supervised Input Terminal Blocks
Board Configuration Terminal Block
1-Door (Controller Board) C-TB2
C-TB10
1-Door (Add-On Board) IO-TB2
2-Door (Add-On Board) IO-TB2 (as 1-door Add-On
Board)
IO-TB6
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Tampers can also be supervised. They are located on the following terminal blocks:
Table 2: Supervised Tamper Terminal Blocks
Door Status (STS) and Request to Exit (REX) for all three doors may be configured for Normally
Open or Normally Closed contacts as supervised or non-supervised. Inputs 5 (generic) and 6 (power)
are on C-TB10. All seven inputs on the Controller Board and four inputs on the Add-On Board have
default functions, but they can be configured for general purpose inputs.
The following figure shows the typical wiring for a supervised input.
Figure 4: Typical Supervised Input Wiring Diagram
The figure above shows standard 2,200 ohm resistors. The NetAXS-123 panel accepts 1,000, 2,200,
4,700, or 10,000 ohm values. Note that both resistors must have the same value.
In addition, the Reader tampers can be supervised and capable of being used as additional inputs if the
default functionality is not needed.
The wire used for the inputs should be shielded and cannot exceed 30 ohms over the entire length of
the cable. Remember that the distance from the panel to the door must be doubled to determine the
total resistance.
Caution: The cable shield should be grounded only at the panel earth ground. Grounding at both ends
can cause ground loops which can be disruptive.
Board Configuration Terminal Block
1-Door (Controller Board) C-TB3/TMPR A
C-TB4/TMPR B
1-Door (Add-On Board) IO-TB3/TMPR A
IO-TB4/TMPR B
2-Door (Add-On Board) IO-TB3/TMPR A
IO-TB4/TMPR B
IO-TB7/TMPR A
IO-TB8/TMPR B
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Caution: The system has not been verified for compliance with UL1076 Burglar Alarm units and
systems.
2.2 NetAXS-123 Access Control Unit
The NetAXS-123 panel is a one-door access control unit that you can supplement with an add-on
board that supports second and third doors. The following table shows the NetAXS-123 input/output
options:
Table 3: NetAXS-123 Input/Output Options
You can use the NetAXS-123 panel as a standalone panel with independent card and transaction
storage or, with a host software upgrade, as a fully monitored online access control device.
Panel inputs are capable of four state supervision: Normal, Alarm, Short and Cut. One input is used for
request to exit on each door and one input is used for door status on each door. Supervised inputs for
External Power Fail and Reader Tampers are supplied as well, and they can be used as additional
inputs when not required for their default purpose.
2.2.1 NetAXS-123 Add-On Board
The NetAXS-123 Add-On Board enables you to expand from one door to either two or three doors.
The board easily connects to the NetAXS-123 controller board (see the NetAXS-123 Add-On Board
Installation Guide (800-05787).
Board Readers Inputs/Outputs
Controller 1 door/2 readers 1 lock output
1 aux output
1 status input
1 Request to Exit
2 reader tamper/AUX
inputs
Add-On (1 Door) 1 door/2 readers 1 lock output
1 aux output
1 status input
1 Request to Exit
2 reader tamper/AUX
inputs
Add-On (2 Door) 2 doors/4 readers 2 lock outputs
2 aux outputs
2 status inputs
2 Request to Exits
4 readers tamper/AUX
inputs
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2.2.2 Supported Readers
Supported readers include the following:
Table 4: Readers Supported by NetAXS-123
Series Reader Model Honeywell Part
Number
OmniProx OP-10 OP10GENE
OP10HONE
OP-30 OP30GENE
OP30HONE
OP-40 OP40GENE
OP40HONE
OP-45 OP45GENE
OP45HONE
HID ProxPoint Plus 6005B
MiniProx HU/5365EGP00
Thinline II HU/5395CB100
HU/5395CG100
HU/5395CK100
ProxPro HU/5355AGN00
ProxPro II HU/5455BGN00
ProxPro K HU/5355AGK00
EntryProx 4045CGNU0
MaxiProx HU/5375AGN00
Omni-Class OM40 OM40BHONB
OM40GHONB
OM41 OM41BHONB
OM41GHONB
OM55 OM55BHONB
OM55GHONB
OM70 OM70BHONB
OM70GHONB
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Note: For NetAXS-123 reader specifications, see Hardware Specifications, page 60.
2.2.3 Real-Time Clock Protection
The panel RTC is backed up using a super capacitor. The super capacitor will power the real-time
clock for 24 hours in the absence of primary power or backup battery.
2.3 Power Supply
The NetAXS-123 Compact Enclosure is powered by Power Over Ethernet (PoE) injector. This PoE
injector can supply a total system current of 800mA to 900mA @ 12VDC. However the NetAXS-123
controller board consumes 400mA of current, and it therefore leaves 450mA of total current for the
12VDC external power. See Hardware Specifications, page 60, for further details on current limits
using PoE.
The Standard Enclosure uses a 12VDC 4A power supply with an international input of 100VAC to
240VAC. The supply also charges and monitors the condition of the battery. Wire the unswitched
electrical power to the supply per the National Electrical Code as well as any local electrical codes,
including the safety ground wire.
An input power indicator is supplied, and it is illuminated when input voltage is present. If the
indicator is off, the input voltage is off, or too low to operate the system.
Caution: Disconnect the battery and AC power before servicing the fuse. For continued protection
against the risk of electric shock and fire hazard, replace the input fuse with a GMA type fuse with the
rating of 1A, 250V. The fuse is located in the lower-left corner in the cabinet, as shown below.
OmniAssure OT30 OT30HONA
OT31 OT31HONA
OT35 OT35HONA
OT36 OT36HONA
OT70 OT70HONA
OT75 OT75HONA
NexWatch DR 4200K 92042000000
DR 4220 92042200000
Series Reader Model Honeywell Part
Number
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2.4 Battery
For the NetAXS-123 Standard Enclosure panel, one CASIL CA1270, 12 VDC, 7A-hour sealed
lead-acid battery (Honeywell order number 3-000066). The battery provides standby backup power,
depending upon system configuration and activity. When AC is lost, the power supply automatically
switches to the backup battery for continuous 12VDC power. Replace the battery every 2 to 2.5 years,
or more often if the system has a high rate of backup use.
2.5 Suppressors
Two suppressors (HAS number S-4) are required for each door lock. One suppressor is installed on the
panel control board, and the second must be installed at the door lock.
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3.0 Installation
3.1 Installing the Compact Enclosure Panel
Perform the following steps to install the NetAXS-123 Compact panel:
Warning: Use a static strap whenever touching the panel to ensure protection from Electrostatic
Discharge (ESD).
3.1.1 Installing on a Wall
1. Review the panel layout, cable runs, and power needs.
2. Mount the enclosure’s back at the proper location on the wall:
a. Drill the screw holes in the wall, using the panel’s back as a template, and then pull the
power and all I/O wires to the enclosure and through the knockout holes, and properly
mark each wire for its use.
b. Screw the back of the panel to the wall, using either drywall screws or threaded wall
anchors.
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3. Mount the board onto the back of the panel.
4. Choose the tamper type (standard or off-the-wall tamper) and wire the tamper.
Wiring a standard tamper:
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Wiring an off-the-wall tamper:
5. Set the tamper, using pliers at the four locations indicated below.
Warning: Do not apply power at this time.
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6. Connect the Ethernet cable and the Tamper wire, as shown below.
7. Set DIP switch settings for the panel address, communication termination and biasing. See DIP
Switch Settings, page 36.
8. Check all wiring at this time.
Caution: Improper wiring can cause damage to the NetAXS-123 at power up and result in a loss
of warranty.
9. Apply power to the panel.
10.Check for the Run LED for a successful power-up. If the LED is blinking green, the panel is
powered up successfully.
11.Close the cover.
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3.1.2 Installing over a Gang Box
1. Review the panel layout, cable runs, and power needs.
2. Mount the back of the panel on the gang box.
3. Pull the wires from the gang box through the knockout holes in the base of the enclosure.
4. Perform steps 3 through 10 in the preceding section ( Installing on a Wall, page 11) to complete
the installation of the panel over a gang box.
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3.1.3 Installing on a Flat Surface
1. Review the panel layout, cable runs, and power needs.
2. Mount the back of the enclosure on the surface, either with drywall screes or threaded wall
anchors.
3. Break off the appropriate plastic wiring tabs, using pliers.
4. Perform steps 3 through 10 in Installing on a Wall, page 11 to complete the installation of the
panel over a horizontal surface.
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3.2 Installing the Standard Enclosure Panel
Perform the following steps to install the NetAXS-123 Standard Enclosure panel:
Warning: Use a static strap whenever touching the panel to ensure protection from Electrostatic
Discharge (ESD).
1. (Optional) Remove the green ground wire and the door.
2. Partially install the four power supply screws.
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3. Install the power supply.
a. Fit the power supply screws through the key holes in the left side of the cabinet, and seat
the power supply by pulling down.
b. From the outside of the cabinet, tighten the screws to lock the power supply in place.
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c. Inside the cabinet, screw in the two self-tapping screws (supplied in the product box) at
the top and bottom of the power supply.
Warning: These screws must be installed to ground the power supply to the enclosure.
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d. Plug the connector that is attached to the blue and brown wires into the power supply.
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4. Select one of the following three possible entry points for the power cable:
Warning: Do not apply power at this time. Be sure the power cable is disconnected from the
external power source before following this step.
Through the bottom conduit
knockout, which directly connects
AC power to the terminal block.
Through the side conduit knockout,
which also directly connects AC
power to the terminal block.
Through the optional AC input
receptacle. Note: the brown and blue
wires must be twisted together from
the point of entry at the AC input
receptacle to the Terminal Block.
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5. Use a pencil to mark the location of the holes on the wall.
6. Screw the NetAXS-123 Controller Board with the four captive screws
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7. Hold the Add-On Board over the Controller Board and seat the board-to-board connector into
the Controller Board. Secure the Add-On Board onto the Controller Board with the four captive
finger screws. For more explanation of the Add-On Board installation, see the next section,
Installing the Add-On Board.
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8. Connect the wiring harness, as shown.
Warning: DO NOT CONNECT the AC power or the battery wires yet!
9. Power up the NetAXS-123 Controller Board and configure the system. Refer to the
NetAXS-123 Startup Guide (800-05780) for instructions.
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10.Connect the battery.
11.Attach the door to the cabinet.
12.Re-connect the green ground wire to the cabinet door.
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3.3 Installing the Add-On Board
Warning: To prevent damage to the NXC1 Controller Board, remove power from the
NetAXS-123 panel before installing or removing a NetAXS-123 Add-On Board.
1. On the NetAXS-123 Controller Board, locate the four posts called out in the image shown
below:
NetAXS-123 Controller Board
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2. Pick up the Add-On Board and notice the four posts on the bottom.
3. Seat the Add-On Board posts into the four posts on the NetAXS-123 Controller Board, aligning
the terminal-block edge of the Add-On Board with the terminal-block edge of the Controller
Board.
4. With your fingers, tighten the posts’screws.
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5. Set the relay jumpers.
a. Use the following figure to locate the jumpers.
b. See Add-On Board DIP Switch and Jumper Settings, page 40, to set the power source
(12VDC power or external power) and the relay contact position (Normally Open or
Normally Closed).
6. Wire the door strikes. See Wiring Door Strikes, page 33, for instructions.
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3.4 Wiring the Readers
Each reader port supports one or two readers (entry and exit readers) with Wiegand output format. The
maximum power draw is 500 mA for readers and AUX Power combined.
To fully utilize each reader port, a shielded 7-conductor cable (18-22 AWG) is required. If you don’t
need the HOLD LINE feature, you can use the standard 6-conductor cable (HAS part number
NC186-BL).
Note: If you are using additional HOLD lines for readers, you will need an 8-conductor cable.
The cable shield should be grounded at the panel only. Grounding at both ends can cause ground loops
which can be disruptive. The maximum recommended length of wiring is 500 feet per reader.
Figure 5 shows a one-door panel, with the readers wired to terminal blocks C-TB3 and C-TB4 on the
Controller Board, and to terminal blocks IO-TB3, IO-TB4, IO-TB7, and IO-TB8 on the Add-On
Board. The wires are color-coded to their labeled terminals. If this were a two-door panel, the two
additional readers would be wired to terminal blocks C-TB1 and C-TB2 on the Controller Board, and
to terminal blocks IO-TB1 and IO-TB2 on the Add-On Board.
Figure 5: Wiring Readers to the Controller Board
Note: Reader A and Reader B share LED, DO, D1, GND, and +12V connections. Each reader has its
own Tamper and Hold.
The following three tables list the factory controller board I/O default settings for door-1, door-2, and
door-3 configurations. These are the mappings for readers, inputs, and outputs. Reader A and Reader B
share many common connections.
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Table 5 shows the input/output factory default wiring for a one-door configuration on the Controller
Board.
Table 5: Factory Default Configuration Settings for Door 1
a Readers A and B share the same connection.
Type Purpose Web
Default
Name
Terminal
Block
Label
Reader A Reader B Other
Input Egress/
Request to
Exit (REX)
Input 1:
Door 1
Egress
C-TB2
IN1 (REX)
Input 1aInput 1a
Door Status Input 2:
Door 1
Status
C-TB2
IN2 (STS)
Input 2aInput 2a
Reader
Tamper
Input 3:
Door
TMPR-A
C-TB3
TMPR A
Input 3
Reader
Tamper
Input 4:
Door
TMPR-B
C-TB4
TMPR B
Input 4
General Input 5:
GENERAL
PURPOSE
C-TB10
IN5
Input 5
Power/
General
Input 6:
POWER
C-TB10
IN6 (PWR
FAIL)
Input 6
Panel
Tamper
PAN EL
TAMPER
ALTER_T
MPR
Input 20
Output Lock Relay Output #1 C-TB1
LOCK
Output 1aOutput 1a
Reader LED Output #2 C-TB3
LED
Output 2aOutput 2a
AUX Relay Output #3 C-TB1
AUX
Output 3
Reader
Buzzer
Future
Feature
C-TB3
BZR
Output 4aOutput 4a
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Notes:
The Controller Board includes Inputs 7 and 8 but they are reserved for system use.
The Controller Board also includes Output 5, a general-purpose output, and Output 6, which is
reserved by the system to control the boards’ RUN LEDs and thus is unavailable for user
control.
Reader LED, while it is an output, should never be used to control anything other than its
associated readers LED.
Table 6 lists the factory I/O board default settings for a door 2. These mappings should be used for the
readers, inputs, and outputs when either a 1- or 2-door Add-On Board is attached to the board-to-board
connector on the Controller Board.
Table 6: Factory Default Configuration Settings for Door 2
a Readers A and B share the same connection.
Type Purpose Web
Default
Name
Terminal
Block
Label
Reader A Reader B Other
Input Egress/
Request to
Exit (REX)
Input 9:
Door 2
Egress
IO-TB2
IN9 (REX)
Input 9aInput 9a
Door Status Input 10:
Door 2
Status
IO-TB2
IN10 (STS)
Input 10aInput 10a
Reader
Tamper
Input 11:
Door
TMPR-A
IO-TB3
TMPR A
Input 11
Reader
Tamper
Input 12:
Door
TMPR-B
IO-TB4
TMPR B
Input 12
Output Lock Relay Output #7 IO-TB1
LOCK
Output 7aOutput 7a
Reader LED Output #8 IO-TB3
LED
Output 8aOutput 8a
AUX Relay Output #9 IO-TB1
AUX
Output 9
Reader
Buzzer
Future
Feature
IO-TB3
BZR
Output 10aOutput 10a
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Table 7 lists the factory Add-On Board default settings for a door 3. These mappings should be used
for the readers, inputs, and outputs when either a 1- or 2-door Add-On Board is attached to the
board-to-board connector on the controller board.
Table 7: Factory Default Configuration Settings for Door 3
a Readers A and B share the same connection.
Notes:
Reader LEDs, while they are outputs, should never be used to control anything other than their
associated reader LEDs.
Incorrect wiring of the reader to the panel can cause the panel to abnormally stop operating or
to operate erratically.
Type Purpose Web
Default
Name
Terminal
Block
Label
Reader A Reader B Other
Input Egress/
Request to
Exit (REX)
Input 9:
Door 2
Egress
IO-TB2
IN9 (REX)
Input 9aInput 9a
Door Status Input 10:
Door 2
Status
IO-TB2
IN10 (STS)
Input 10aInput 10a
Reader
Tamper
Input 11:
Door
TMPR-A
IO-TB3
TMPR A
Input 11
Reader
Tamper
Input 12:
Door
TMPR-B
IO-TB4
TMPR B
Input 12
Output Lock Relay Output #11 IO-TB5
LOCK
Output 11aOutput 11a
Reader LED Output #12 IO-TB7
LED
Output 12aOutput 12a
AUX Relay Output #13 IO-TB5
AUX
Output 13
Reader
Buzzer
Future
Feature
IO-TB7
BZR
Output 14aOutput 14a
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NetAXS-123 supports a variety of Wiegand reader models. Some readers have only one brown
wire for LED control; others have two possible LED control inputs--orange for the green LED
and brown for the red LED. RED is the normal state of the Reader LED operation. The LED
turns GREEN for two seconds after a valid card read. Although readers operate similarly, LED
control can vary, depending on the manufacturer. Therefore, your readers may require some
testing to identify the right LED wire when the reader uses Dual LED wires. If you are using
Dual Line LED control, it’s recommended that you try the ORANGE-colored wire for a
GREEN LED.
The Reader Buzzer feature is not currently supported on the NetAXS-123 panels.
3.5 Wiring Door Strikes
Follow these steps to wire the door strikes to the Controller and Add-On Boards:
1. Use the following figure to locate the door strike terminals on the board.
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2. Use the following figure to wire the door strike/mag lock according to the power supply used.
Be sure to use the S4 suppressor kits as shown below.
Notes:
As shown in the illustration above, the Dry C terminal for the On-Board option should
not be connected. Similarly on the External Power Supply side, the Return terminal
should not be connected.
The On-Board option is used when jumpers are set for 12VDC. The External Power
Supply options is used when the jumpers are set to External Power (see Jumper Settings,
page 39 for details).
Return
Dry C
NO/NC
Locking
Device
Return
Dry C
NO/NC
Locking
Device
+ DC
OR
On-Board
+12VDC
Conguration
External
Power Supply
Conguration
DC
S4
S4
S4
S4
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3.6 Setting DIP Switches and Jumpers
3.6.1 Controller Board DIP Switch and Jumper Settings
Figure 6 locates the NetAXS-123 DIP switch panel and the output 1 and output 3 relay jumpers.
Figure 6: Controller Board DIP Switch and Jumper Location
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DIP Switch Settings
Use the following DIP switch configurations to set the panel address.
Table 8: NetAXS-123 SW1 DIP Switch Settings
S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7aS8bS9bS10 Selection
ON OFF OFF OFF OFF Address 1
(default)
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF Address 2
ON ON OFF OFF OFF Address 3
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF Address 4
ON OFF ON OFF OFF Address 5
OFFONONOFFOFF Address 6
ON ON ON OFF OFF Address 7
OFF OFF OFF ON OFF Address 8
ON OFF OFF ON OFF Address 9
OFF ON OFF ON OFF Address 10
ON ON OFF ON OFF Address 11
OFF OFF ON ON OFF Address 12
ON OFF ON ON OFF Address 13
OFFONONONOFF Address 14
ON ON ON ON OFF Address 15
OFF OFF OFF OFF ON Address 16
ON OFF OFF OFF ON Address 17
OFF ON OFF OFF ON Address 18
ON ON OFF OFF ON Address 19
OFF OFF ON OFF ON Address 20
ON OFF ON OFF ON Address 21
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OFFONONOFFON Address 22
ON ON ON OFF ON Address 23
OFF OFF OFF ON ON Address 24
ON OFF OFF ON ON Address 25
OFF ON OFF ON ON Address 26
ON ON OFF ON ON Address 27
OFF OFF ON ON ON Address 28
ON OFF ON ON ON Address 29
OFFONONONON Address 30
ON ON ON ON ON Address 31
OFF Downstream
Panel
ON Gateway Panel
(Default)
OFF Uses the User
Provided
Ethernet IP
address (Default)
ON Uses the Default
Ethernet IP
Address
(192.168.1.150)
OFF OFF RS-485_1
termination
(EOL)
DISABLED
(Default)
ON ON RS-485_1
termination
(EOL)
ENABLED
(Default)
OFF Future Use
(Default)
ON Future Use
a. DIP Switch 7 does NOT require a panel reboot to take effect. This does not affect
the USB IP address.
Table 8: NetAXS-123 SW1 DIP Switch Settings (continued)
S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7aS8bS9bS10 Selection
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Note: Address 0 is not a valid setting.
b. Both DIP Switch 8 and DIP Switch 9 need to be either ON or OFF to be properly
configured.
Table 9: NetAXS-123 SW2 DIP Switch Settings
S1aS2aSelection
OFF OFF RS-485_2 termination (EOL) DISABLED
ON ON RS-485_2 termination (EOL) ENABLED (FUTURE) (Default)
a. Both DIP Switch 1 and DIP Switch 2 need to be either ON or OFF to be properly
configured.
Note: When you use the DIP switches to reset a panel to the original factory default
values, the Event History is lost and any customized databases are removed, so the
panel is reset with the original factory default database. This does not affect the
Ethernet IP address.
You can also use this ASCII command:
_I=pn_R
This command resets the panel to the original factory default values, but it only
removes the customized databases and restores the original factory default
database. The Event History is retained.
To reset the panel to the factory default values:
1. Make a note of the existing settings on SW1 DIP switches.
2. While the panel is powered up, turn all DIP switches to the OFF position.
3. Power down, then power the panel back up.
4. Wait for the panel to come up. The RUN LED should flicker fast.
5. Set the DIP switches back to their original positions.
6. Power down, then power the panel back up.
7. After the the panel comes up, the RUN LED should flash normal.
The panel is now reset to the original factory default values.
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Jumper Settings
The NetAXS-123 Controller Board provides two jumper sets, one each for output relay 1 and output
relay 3. Each relay has two 3-pin jumpers associated with it. One jumper selects either external power
(EXT) or self-whetted (on-board, +12V) power to be applied to the relay contact load. The other
jumper is used to select Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) relay contacts. There is a total
of four 3-pin jumpers (two per relay) on the Controller Board.
Figure 7: NetAXS-123 Controller Board Jumpers
Each relay is associated with two jumpers. As shown below, a relay’s left jumper configures the relay’s
load source (12VDC or External), and the right relay jumper configures the relay contact type
(Normally Closed or Normally Open).
Setting the jumpers to configure the power source:
12VDC External
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Note: The power source selected by the jumper settings shown above configure the power source for
the relay. It does not configure the power source for the panel.
Setting the jumpers to configure the relay contact type:
3.6.2 Add-On Board DIP Switch and Jumper Settings
Figure 8 locates the NetAXS-123 Add-On Board DIP switch panel and the output 1 and output 3 relay
jumpers.
Figure 8: Add-On Board DIP Switch and Jumper Location
Note: The figure above shows a one-door Add-On Board configuration. If you are instead using a
two-door Add-On Board, you will see an additional two relays (and their corresponding jumper sets) to
the right of the relays shown. The additional relays and jumpers will configure output 11 and output 13,
and all of the jumpers are configured in the same manner.
The NetAXS-123 Controller Board provides two jumper sets, one each for output relay 1 and output
relay 3. Each relay has two 3-pin jumpers associated with it. One jumper selects either self-whetted
(on-board, +12V) or external power (EXT) to be applied to the relay contact load. The other jumper is
Normally Open Normally Closed
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used to select Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) relay contacts. There is a total of four
3-pin jumpers (two per relay) on the controller board.
Setting the jumpers to configure the power source:
Setting the jumpers to configure the relay position:
12V External
Normally Open Normally Closed
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3.7 Communications
3.7.1 USB Communications
The NetAXS-123 Controller Board provides a version 2.0 USB port that connects to the web browser
or to a WIN-PAK host. The following figure identifies the location of the port on the board.
Note: USB communication requires the USB A to MicroUSB B cable that is supplied with the panel.
You will need to install a USB driver to support the connection. Follow these steps:
Warning: Do NOT connect the USB cable to the panel until AFTER the drivers are installed.
1. Insert the NetAXS-123 Product CD into your Windows-based computer. The NetAXS-123
product menu opens in the web browser.
Note: If the product menu does not open automatically in your browser, right click on the Start button
and select Explore. In the folder tree, find and click the CD drive that is reading the NetAXS-123
Product CD.
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2. Click Install USB Drivers on the product menu to start the USB driver installation wizard.
3. Click Next to display the Ready to Install the Program screen.
Note: If confirmation dialog boxes pop up before or during the installation, click the
appropriate boxes to allow or approve the installation.
4. Click Install to initiate the installation.
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5. When the installation is complete, the closing screen appears:
6. Click Finish.
7. Connect the computer to the NetAXS-123 controller with a USB-A to Micro USB-B cable.
8. Turn on the power to the NetAXS-123 controller.
For login information, go to https://192.168.2.150.
3.7.2 RS-485 Communications
If a NetAXS-123 panel is to be placed onto a prexisting RS-485 dropline loop (NetAXS) it must be
setup as the Gateway panel. The interface allows the wiring of a Multidrop communication network of
up to 4,000 feet (1200 m) in length. Only one host converter device per dropline is supported.
Note: NetAXS-123 must be the Gateway panel on an existing NetAXS loop. The NetAXS-123 panel
cannot be placed as a Downstream panel when the Gateway is a NetAXS system.
DIP switch position 6 on the NetAXS-123 panel selects whether the panel is a Gateway or
Downstream panel. The switch in the OFF position configures the panel as a Downstream panel; ON
configures a Gateway. The panel must be power cycled for a new switch setting to be recognized. DIP
switch positions 1-5 are used to select the panel’s address on the network. Refer to Table 8 for DIP
switch setting information.
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DIP switch SW1 positions 8 and 9 are provided for supplying biasing and end-of-line termination for
the RS-485 network. The board ships with the switches active. For a Multidrop RS-485 Line, you must
turn ON both switch positions 8 and 9 of SW1. (terminated and biased) at the two end-point panels. At
all other panels, set DIP switches 8 and 9 in the OFF position. Both switches on a given panel must be
set the same. Note that biasing and termination on both ends are present. Use the SW1 positions 8 and
9 ON on both ends of the RS-485 network.
Note: For more information on end of line (EOL) termination, contact Honeywell technical support.
Note: If an RS-485 network has a NetAXS-123 Gateway panel, no N1000-II, N1000-III, N1000-IV, or
NS2 are allowed on the same network. If they are added to a network with a NetAXS-123 Gateway
panel, they will not be able to communicate with the host computer. In order to use these panels, a
N-485-PCI-3 is required, as shown in Figure 9.
Figure 9: RS-485 Configuration via N-485-PCI-3
This configuration supports a combined total of 31 N1000 III, N1000 IV, NetAXS, NetAXS-123, and
NS2 panels per Multidrop line.
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Figure 10: RS-485 Configuration via NetAXS-123 Gateway
This configuration supports a total of 31 NetAXS and NetAXS-123 panels per Multidrop line.
Reader 4 Reader 3 Reader 4
Reader 1
NetAXS-123
Gateway
.
.
..
.
..
.
.
.
.
.
Terminal
Ethernet
RS-485 Multidrop Line
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3.7.3 Ethernet TCP/IP Communications
Figure 11: Ethernet TCP/IP Configuration
This configuration supports a total of 31 NetAXS and NetAXS-123 panels per Multidrop line.
Each NetAXS-123 panel has a port for an Ethernet TCP/IP interface. The Ethernet TCP/IP interface
provides 10/100 MB Ethernet support for each panel.
Reader 1
Reader 4
Reader 1
Reader 3
Reader 1
Reader 4
NetAXS
Panel
NetAXS-123
Panel
NetAXS
Panel
Reader 1
Reader 3
NetAXS-123
Gateway
.
.
..
.
..
.
.
.
.
.
Terminal
Network Interface Card
inside PC
RS-485 Multidrop Line
Ethernet
Up to 255 TCP/IP Connections
per System
Ethernet 10/100
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4.0 System Configuration
This section provides wiring diagrams for each of the NetAXS-123 system configurations.
4.1 Ethernet Connection
Figure 12: Ethernet Connection
Note: You should ground each NetAXS-123 Standard (Metal) Enclosure panel individually with an
Earth Ground.
NIC 100BaseT (CAT 5) 328 Ft. Max.
EG EGEG EG
DIP Switch Settings
S1-S5 Panel Address
S6: OFF
S7: OFF
S8-S9: ON: 485 Termination ON
DIP Switch Settings
S1-S5 Panel Address
S6: OFF
S7: OFF
S8-S9: ON: 485 Termination ON
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Panel
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4.2 USB Connection
Figure 13: NetAXS-123 USB Connection
Note: The USB connection is intended to be used for system maintenance and troubleshooting.
Note: You should ground each NetAXS-123 Standard (Metal) Enclosure panel individually with an
Earth Ground.
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4.3 RS-485 Connection via PCI-3
This connection supports thirty-one NetAXS-123 panels for each drop line. Note that PCI-3 units can
also be wired in interior, as well as in endpoint, positions. See Figure 16 on page 52 and Figure 17 on
page 53.
Figure 14: RS-485 Connection via PCI-3
Note: If you use the PCI-3 connection, you cannot access the web, since the PCI-3 does not support the
NetAXS-123 web interface.
Only Earth Ground (EG) one side of cable
See RS-485
Cable note
S2 - ON
S3 - ON
Terminal
RS-232 (50 Ft. Max.) RS-485 (4000 Ft. Max.)
EG
EG EG
NetAXS-123
Panel
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4.4 RS-485 Connection via NetAXS-123
This connection supports a total of 31 NetAXS-123 panels (including the Gateway) for each drop line.
Figure 15: RS-485 Connection via NetAXS-123
Note: You should ground each NetAXS-123 Standard (Metal) Enclosure panel individually with an
Earth Ground.
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4.5 RS-485 Connections with Multidrop Panels at Both Ends of the Cable
You can connect Multidrop panels at both ends of an RS-485 cable via either a NetAXS-123 panel or a
PCI-3 device.
Figure 16: RS-485 Connection via NetAXS-123 with Multidrop Panels at Both Ends
Note: You should ground each NetAXS-123 Standard (Metal) Enclosure panel individually with an
Earth Ground.
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Figure 17: RS-485 Connection via PCI-3 with Multidrop Panels at Both Ends
Note: You should ground each NetAXS-123 Standard (Metal) Enclosure panel individually with an
Earth Ground.
COM Port See RS-485
Cable Note
EG EG
Only Earth Ground (EG)
one side of cable
RS-485 (4,000 Ft.)
RS-232 (50 Ft. Max.)
EG EG
Only Earth Ground (EG)
one side of cable
EG
PCI3
DIP Switch Settings
S1-S5 Panel Address
S6: OFF
S7: OFF
S8-S9: OFF: 485
Termination OFF
DIP Switch Settings
S1-S5 Panel Address
S6: OFF
S7: OFF
S8-S9: ON: 485
Termination ON
DIP Switch Settings
S1-S5 Panel Address
S6: OFF
S7: OFF
S8-S9: OFF: 485
Termination OFF
DIP Switch Settings
S1-S5 Panel Address
S6: OFF
S7: OFF
S8-S9: ON: 485
Termination ON
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4.6 M-56K Dial-up Modem, RS-485 Connection via Hub (PCI-3)
This configuration supports 31 NetAXS-123 panels for each drop line.
Figure 18: M-56K Dial-up Modem, RS-485 Connection via Hub
Note: You should ground each NetAXS-123 Standard (Metal) Enclosure panel individually with an
Earth Ground.
COM Port
M-56K
FAX/MODEM
M-56K
FAX/MODEM
Straight Through Cable
EGEG
It is recommended to Earth Ground (EG)
each NetAXS enclosure Individually
Analog
Phone
Line
Dedicated
analog
phone
Remote DIP Switch Settings
(1, 3, 8 ON) (2, 4, 5, 6, 7 OFF)
DB 9 / DB 25 Connectors
Female Male
1
13
14
25
1
13
14
25
1
5
69
1
5
69
Female 9 Pin Male 25 Pin
(RX) 2 3 (RX)
(TX) 3 2 (TX)
(Comm) 5 7 (Comm)
Only Earth Ground (EG)
one side of cable
Terminal
RS-485 Cable
NetAXS-123 Panels
C-TB9 - A
C-TB9 - B
C-TB9 - COM
4,000 ft. (1,200 m) max, 24 AWG, 2 twisted pairs with
shield, 120 ohm, 23 pf (HAS part no. NCP2441-TN)
NetAXS-123
Panel
DIP Switch Settings
S1-S5 Panel Address
S6: OFF
S7: OFF
S8-S9: OFF: 485
Termination OFF
DIP Switch Settings
S1-S5 Panel Address
S6: OFF
S7: OFF
S8-S9: ON: 485
Termination ON
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4.7 Fiber Converter to RS-485 Connection via PCI-3
This connection supports 31 NetAXS-123 panels for each drop line.
Figure 19: Fiber Converter to RS-485 Connection via PCI-3
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4.8 Fiber Converter to RS-485 Connection via NetAXS-123
This connection supports 31 NetAXS-123 panels for each drop line.
Figure 20: Fiber Converter to RS-485 Connection via NetAXS-123
Note: You should ground each NetAXS-123 Standard (Metal) Enclosure panel individually with an
Earth Ground.
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4.9 N-485-PCI-3/NetAXS-123 Access Controller Panel Connection Detail
Figure 21: N-485-PCI-3/NetAXS-123 Access Controller Panel Connection Detail
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4.10 NetAXS-123/NetAXS-123 Access Controller Panel Connection Detail
Figure 22: NetAXS-123/NetAXS-123 Access Controller Panel Connection Detail
X
DO NOT CONNECT or
GROUND SHIELD
Ground only one
side of cable shield
Shield
Ground Shield
485 -
485 Common
485 +
4,000 ft. (1,200 m) max, 24 AWG, 2 twisted pairs with
shield, 120 ohm, 23 pf (HAS part no. NCP2441-TN)
DIP Switch Settings
S1-S5: Panel Address
S6: ON: GATEWAY
S7: OFF
S8-S9 ON: 485 Termination ON
DIP Switch Settings
S1-S5: Panel Address
S6: ON: GATEWAY
S7: OFF
S8-S9 ON: 485 Termination ON
DIP Switch Settings
S1-S5: Panel Address
S6: OFF
S7: OFF
S8-S9 OFF: 485 Termination OFF
485 -
485 Com
485 + DC Out
A
B
COM
+24VDC in
NetAXS-123
C-TB9
485 -
485 Com
485 + DC Out
A
B
COM
+24VDC in
NetAXS-123
C-TB9
485 -
485 Com
485 + DC Out
A
B
COM
+24VDC in
NetAXS-123
C-TB9
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4.11 Mixed Loops
This mixed-loop configuration supports a combined total of 31 N1000 III, N1000 IV, NetAXS,
NetAXS-123, and NS2 panels per Multidrop line.
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5.0 Hardware Specifications
The specifications in this section apply to both the Standard Enclosure and Compact Enclosure panels.
5.1 Relay Contacts
Maximum of six Form-C SPDT relays, 3A (at dry contact) or 0.5A (at self-whetted) @ 30VDC (PTC
limited in the self-whetted mode). The Form-C SPDT relays are configured as Normally Open or
Normally Closed outputs only. Normally Open and Normally Closed contacts cannot be used
simultaneously.
5.2 Reader Interface
Reader Power: 12VDC nominal with 500mA maximum for each reader port.
Reader LED Output: Open collector driver capable of sinking up to 8mA.
Reader Tamper: Supervised or non-supervised input.
Reader Data Input: TTL compatible inputs.
5.3 Maximum Output Loading
Use the following guidelines unless you are using Power Over Ethernet (PoE):
Maximum current per reader port for any of the three reader outputs is 500mA.
Maximum current for any of the six relay outputs on the Songchuan 892N-1CH-1F-V is 3A at
dry contact, or 0.5A at self-whetted.
Maximum battery charge current for the battery wired in series is 250mA.
External power on C-TB9 is limited to 1.5A @ 12VDC.
5.4 PoE Power Limitations
If you are using the NetAXS-123 Standard Enclosure and powering the panel with PoE (Power over
Ethernet), you must comply with these specifications for proper operation:
A NetAXS-123 panel powered by PoE is 802.3af compliant, providing a maximum of 15.4W
of input power to the panel. This input power is split between on-board power consumption and
external load consumption. A maximum current capacity of 450 mA @ 12VDC is available for
all external devices combined.
Notes:
Two readers per door can still be supported as long as the total current is within the
external load capacity stated above.
You can either find the devices’ power consumption amounts by referring to the
products’ documentation or by using a current meter.
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Example:
If the total current consumption of your external devices exceeds the 450mA maximum current
maximum, then use one of the following system configurations:
Power the panel with an external 12VDC power supply.
Power some or all of the external devices with an external power supply to lower the
total external current powered by the NetAXS-123 panel below 450mA.
The maximum power available in the 802.3af standard is 15.4W. This limit is generally at
48VDC, and it is measured at the output of the power injector or PoE switch. Line losses cause
a decrease in the power available at the panel when you use longer Ethernet cable lengths. You
can minimize these line losses by using either of the following methods:
Connecting the NetAXS-123 panel to the power injector or PoE switch with the shortest
possible Ethernet cable length.
Using a high-power 802.3at power injector or PoE switch with a voltage of 56VDC. This
reduces line losses and thus increases available power at the NetAXS-123 panel.
Note: The NetAXS-123 panel will not benefit from the increased power capabilities of a
high-power 802.3at power injector. Its use only reduces line losses over the Ethernet
cable.
5.5 Mechanical
Standard Enclosure dimensions: Height = 14 inches (355.6 mm), Width = 12 inches (304.8
mm), and Depth = 5 inches (127 mm).
Compact Enclosure dimensions: Height = 7.5 inches (190.5 mm), Width = 7.5 inches (190.5
mm), and Depth = 2.25 inches (57.15 mm).
Device Element Current
Door strike or magnetic
lock current
250 mA
Reader A maximum
current
50 mA
Reader B maximum
current
50 mA
Buzzer or sounder current 20 mA
Door position switch 20 mA
Request to exit switch 30 mA
Total current for this
example
420 mA
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Hardware Specifications
5.6 Environment
Temperature: 0C to 49C operating, -55C to +85C storage.
Humidity: 5% to 85% RHNC.
5.7 Cable
Use industry-standard cables that meet the following specifications:
Table 10: Reader Wiring
Cable Specifications Description AWG Maximum Distance:
Feet (Meters)
Readers 6 Conductor, Shielded 18 500 (153)
Alarm Input Twisted Pair, Shielded 18 2,000 (610)
Relay Outputs Twisted Pair, Shielded 18 2,000 (610)
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Basic Standalone Operation
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6.0 Basic Standalone Operation
6.1 Card Read / Door Lock Operation
1. Present a card to a reader.
2. The reader sends the card number to a reader input on the panel.
3. The panel searches its database and:
If it is a valid card, then energize the door relay associated with the particular reader
input. The card is valid when it is in the card database on the panel and the current time
and date conforms to the time zone associated with the card.
If it is not a valid card, the door relay remains locked.
6.2 Door Egress / Door Lock / Door Status Operation
1. Activate the door egress input.
2. The panel energizes the door relay associated with the particular door egress input for a default
time of 10 seconds.
3. If the door status goes from close to open to close again during the 10 second door open period,
the door relay will be immediately de-energized.
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Maintenance
7.0 Maintenance
Perform the following maintenance on the NetAXS-123 enclosure:
Change the backup battery every two to two-and-a-half years.
Oil the lock once per year.
Use the following procedure to change the 1A, 250V, Bussan type GMA fuse in the fuse
terminal block Power Supply module.
Warning: Be sure to disconnect the AC power before replacing the terminal block fuse.
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire, replace the fuse only with a 1A, 250V, Bussan type GMA
fuse.
1. Disconnect the AC power.
2. Replace the fuse with a new 1A, 250V, Bussan type GMA fuse.
3. Re-connect the AC power.
Note: The power supply contains no serviceable parts. There is no replaceable fuse inside the
power supply.
Use the following procedure to change the 1A, 250V, Bussan type GMA fuse in the power inlet
terminal block.
Warning: Be sure to disconnect the AC power before removing the fuse holder from the power
inlet terminal block.
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire, replace the fuse only with a 1A, 250V, Bussan type GMA
fuse.
1. Disconnect the AC power.
2. Remove the fuse holder from the power inlet terminal block to identify the location of the
power inlet terminal block).
3. Replace the blown fuse in the lower section of the fuse holder with the new fuse. The
upper section of the fuse holder provides a convenient location for a spare fuse.
4. Slide the fuse holder back into the power inlet terminal block.
5. Re-connect the AC power.
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Troubleshooting
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8.0 Troubleshooting
Note: The NetAXS-123 EOL network is AC-coupled. There is no resistance
difference between the RS-485 positive and negative terminals if the EOL network is
on or off (SW1, switches 8 and 9).
Table 11 Troubleshooting Problems and Solutions
Problem Solution
The panel
powers up, but it
does not respond
to any
communication,
cards reads, or
input activation.
Ensure that the Address DIP switches are set to a value other than zero.
Turn off the power (including battery), change the settings, and re-apply
the power.
No
communications
exist with the
Ethernet port.
Only a panel set to be a Gateway (DIP switch 6 = ON) will have
communications on the Ethernet port. If you need to use that port to
access the panel, turn off the power (including the battery), change the
switch setting, and reapply the power. Note that if the panel is normally
not a Gateway on a Multidrop communication bus, then the Host
RS-485 connection (C-TB9) should also be disconnected while DIP
switch 6 is ON. After completion of the Ethernet session, turn off the
power (including the battery), change the switch setting, re-connect the
Host RS-485 terminal block, and re-apply the power.
The panel
address is
unknown.
Option 1: Set the NetAXS-123 panel’s DIP switch 7 to ON. This will
default the IP address to 192.168.1.150.
Option 2: Connect to the panel through the USB port using the provided
USB A to MicroUSB B cable and the USB driver on the product CD.
The default USB Ethernet IP address is: 192.168.2.150.
The N1000 and
NS2 panels on
the Multidrop
bus do not
report.
N1000 and NS2 panels are not supported downstream from a
NetAXS-123 panel. To enable the NetAXS-123 to communicate with
the N1000 and NS2 panels, the loop must be configured with an
N-485 PCI-3 as the Gateway. However, in this configuration, web
functionality is lost. It is recommended that the user swap-out N1000
and NS2 panels with NetAXS-123 panels.
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Technical Support
9.0 Technical Support
9.1 Normal Support Hours
Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Central Standard Time (CST), except
company holidays: (800) 323-4576.
9.2 Web
For technical assistance please visit http://www.honeywellaccess.com
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United States
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Specifications subject to change
without notice.
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