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					    PAC520 - Input Controller




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    Input Controller | Overview

     The Input Controller (PAC520) is an advanced, multi-purpose controller that provides an interface
     between the input devices used to monitor a facility and an Access and Alarm Server (PAC500)

     The Input Controller (PAC520) provides the local connection on an RS-485 network between an
     Access and Alarm Server (PAC500) using standard alarm or CAT5 cable and the devices used to
     monitor and control different devices, including alarms, motion detectors, temperature sensors and
     other associated devices.

     Twenty user configurable inputs are available supporting Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed
     (NC), with optional supervision via three or four state monitoring. Two 2-Amp output control relays
     are configurable as latched, momentary, toggling or pulsing allowing peripheral devices like strobes
     or buzzers to be installed.




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    Input Controller | Key Features

     The PAC520 advanced design features the following:

         20 programmable inputs

         2 programmable Form-C 2A output (configurable as latched, momentary, toggling or pulsing)

         10.5VDC to 28VDC operating voltage

         Supervised (configurable as Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) with optional 3 or 4
         state supervision) or non-supervised contacts

         Status LEDs show the state of all Inputs and Outputs and system status

         Local anti-tamper input

         Over-ride support

         Mains status monitored and reported

         Flash upgradeable firmware

         One-Touch™ testing mode




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    Input Controller | Device Support

     The Input Controller (PAC520) communicates with the system via one of the
     2 available RS-485 channels provided by an Access and Alarm Server (PAC500), these
     channels are encoded to safeguard network security.

     When an input device that is connected to the PAC520 changes state, the PAC520 registers
     this change and sends the data to the PAC500. The PAC500 processes this and sends a
     message to the Stanley PAC Host system so the Alarm Handling mechanism can respond as
     necessary.

     A wide range of input devices are supported. For example:

                                                                                                PIR Sensor
          Duress buttons                 Arm/Disarm keyswitch

          PIR sensors                    Elevator button monitor

          Temperature alarm              Door monitor

          Emergency exit


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    Input Controller | Architecture




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    Input Controller | One-Touch         ™   Installation Mode


     To speed up trouble shooting and ensure error-free installation, One-Touch™ mode enables
     the controller functionality to be tested at the controller by just pressing a single button.
     There are two test modes:

        Active Mode
        Used during system configuration to enable a walk test by a
        single person. This is achieved by use of latching LED status
        which indicate the first change in input condition.


        View Mode
        Used on a configured system to check the condition of inputs
        by using on-board LEDs. The LED display indicates changes
        of input state, so alarm and tamper circuits may be walk
        tested with one person to perform the walk test and the
        second to monitoring LED changes.




                                                                                        One-Touch™ Button




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    Input Controller | Port Layout




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    Input Controller | Cabling

     Stanley PAC’s architecture includes a data communication protocol to interface hardware with software,
     as well as the cable network to facilitate the data transmission. This architecture enables you to freely
     choose:

     Centralized or ‘Home Run’ Architecture
     Controllers, power supplies, input, output and door controller modules
     are located in a central location.
     The advantage of this approach includes the ability to monitor and
     protect access to this central location and enables a service technician
     to troubleshoot components from a single position. This architecture
     often requires a large quantity of cable to be installed.

     Distributed Architecture
     Controllers, power supplies, input, output and door controller modules are located in close proximity to
     the access device.
     Advantages of this approach includes a reduction of cable quantities required. The door or input/output
     controller is generally installed in a locked, tamper switched enclosure above the finished ceiling on the
     secure side of the controlled door.

     Both home run and distributed have their advantages and disadvantages. Bosch authorised resellers are
     a valuable asset in determining which architecture is best suited for the operation and maintenance a
     particular system.


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    Input Controller | DIN-Rail Enclosures

      A range of metal DIN-Rail enclosures are available to house the
      PAC500, PAC512, PAC520, PAC530 and Power Supply Units.


      Metal Cabinets available:
      Four-way     H: 15.69 in. L: 20.47 in. D: 3.74 in.
                   (H: 500 mm L: 520 mm D: 95 mm)

      Six-way      H: 27.56 in. L: 19.69 in. D: 3.74 in.
                   (H: 700 mm L: 500 mm D: 95 mm)


      Each cabinet is lockable




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     Input Controller | Power Supplies

       Durable and reliable power supply units able to meet demands in any environment where
       consistency of performance is crucial.

       All PSU’s are supplied with DIN-Rail mounts
       for easy installation.


       Power Supply Options:


       3AMP        Single Output at 12VDC with charging cables

       7AMP        Single Output at 12VDC or 24VDC




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     Input Controller | Flash Firmware

      Flash memory allows the easy upgrading of the PAC520 firmware.


          Enables firmware updates to be downloaded

          Upgradeable via the Stanley PAC Administration Software




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     Input Controller | Specifications

      The following are the physical and environmental
      specifications for the PAC520:


      Dimensions -            7.3" x 5.1" x 5.1"
                              (125mm x 180mm x 60mm)
      Temperature -           -10oC to 55oC - operating
                              (14°F to 131°)
                              -25oC to 80oC - storage
                              (9°F to 176°)
      Humidity                0% to 85% RH non-condensing
      Mount                   DIN Rail Mount (removable) or
                              Boxed in metal enclosure




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     Summary

      The Input Controller (PAC520) has been designed to provide input flexibility for a facility of any
      size and is a powerful component of any Stanley PAC access control installation.


      It provides the local connection between an Access and Alarm Server (PAC500) using standard
      alarm or CAT5 cable over a RS-485 network and the devices used to monitor and controls
      different devices, including alarms, motion detectors, temperature sensors and other associated
      devices.


      Twenty user inputs are configurable as Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC), with
      optional supervision via three or four state monitoring. Two 2-Amp outputs are configurable as
      latched, momentary, toggling or pulsing allowing peripheral devices like strobes or buzzers to be
      installed to enhance the security of an installation.




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