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DKLP 19-100-i Digital Keypad/Intercom by AMERICAN ACCESS SYSTEMS, INC.

Introduction:

Your new DKLP unit is a high quality, commercial grade, programmable digital key control station.  The unit is designed to operate at extremely low current and therefore is perfect for solar applications or conditions which require very little current draw.  The unit incorporates a double pole double throw relay which includes a set of latch contacts for activation of a device and a set of alarm shunt contacts for activation of an external alarm.  Both sets of contacts employ both a normally open and normally closed output.  The DKLP is housed in a 16 gauge steel enclosure with a powder coat finish for durability and also includes a stainless steel faceplate with metal keypad.  Please be sure to read and understand all instructions before proceeding with the hookup and programming instructions.

BEFORE PROCEEDING

To take full advantage of the 24 month limited warranty, you must be registered with American Access Systems, Inc.  Please read the enclosed warranty statement, fill out the warranty registration card provided and sent it to:

American Access Systems, Inc. - Warranty Registration
P. O. Box 4301
Englewood, CO  80155

Distance to gauge of wire chart *From Amp to OUTSIDE STATION
Up to 150 feet 22 gauge
151 to 700 feet 20 gauge
701 to 1500 feet 18 gauge
Maximum cable length per number of INSIDE STATIONS *From Amp to INSIDE STATION
1 Station 600 Feet
2 Stations 300 Feet
3 Stations 160 Feet
4 Stations 80 Feet
Maximum number of stations per cable 4
Maximum number of stations per system 20

PARTS CHECKLIST

Enclosed with this box you should have the following items.

QTY. DESCRIPTION
1 Control Station
4 1/4 by 1/2 carriage bolts (Post mount units only)
4 1/4-20 hex nuts (Post mount units only)
1 Square mounting flange (Post mount units only)

If any of the above items are missing from this box, contact American Access Systems.

TOOLS YOU WILL NEED

STEP 1-MOUNTING THE UNIT

Make sure to have all the tools listed.  Upon opening the box, check off the items enclosed with the unit.  If any items are missing from your unit, contact American Access Systems immediately.

Mounting the unit to your own pedestal

Your unit comes with a square mounting flange found in the bottom of the box along with four carriage bolts and four hex nets.  The square mounting flange may be welded to your pedestal and flange bolt pattern will align with the back of the unit.  Place the unit up to the flange and insert the carriage bolts from the back side.  Secure the unit to the flange by tightening down the hex nuts with a 7/16" socket.

Mounting the unit to an AAS gooseneck (AAS-PAD)

Locate the four carriage bolts and four hex nuts found inside the unit box.  Place the unit up to the pedestal flange and insert the four carriage bolts from the backside.   Secure the unit to the pedestal using the four hex nuts and a 7/16" socket.   The extra square mounting flange may be discarded.

STEP 2-SYSTEM CONNECTIONS

Study the ACU HARNESS COLOR CODE chart below and then proceed to the hookup steps.

TABLE 1

ACU HARNESS COLOR CODES
RED (+) POSITIVE 6-12 volts DC
BLACK (-) NEGATIVE Common
LATCH CONTACTS
BROWN RELAY COMMON
ORANGE NORMALLY OPEN
BLUE NORMALLY CLOSED
ALARM SHUNT CONTACTS (used for external alarm)
GRAY RELAY COMMON
VIOLET NORMALLY OPEN
YELLOW NORMALLY CLOSED

HOOKUP STEPS

(A) Your DKLP control unit operates on 6 to 14 volts DC.  Measure the voltage from the power source to make sure it falls within these tolerances.  Locate the Red and Black wire on the ACU HARNESS and with the power off connect Red to positive (+) and Black to negative (-).

NOTE: If  you are using the optional AAS-9VDC transformer, cut the end connector from the transformer and discard.  Using appropriate wire nuts, connect black to black and black/white to red.

(B)  Connect the device to be controlled to the appropriate control leads of the ACU HARNESS.

(C)  Double check your connections.  When you are sure that everything is hooked up correctly, apply power to the unit.  A BEEP should be heard when you press a key on the keypad.

Typical Layout of Keypad
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Detail of optional transformer.
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Detail of Circuit Board
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THE IDLE MODE

The idle mode is the normal mode of operation.  When in this mode the unit sits and waits for data from the keypad.  If a key is pressed from the keypad, you will have approximately 3 seconds between each keypress before the unit resets.

THE PROGRAM MODE

the program mode is the mode of operation in which you will enter/change your access code.  The program mode is accessed by pressing and then releasing the PROGRAM/RESET located on the DKLP circuit board.  In this mode you will have approximately 15 seconds between keypresses.  If this time is exceeded, the unit will exit the program mode and return to the idle mode.

PROGRAMMING

A person desiring to change their access code will open the face of the unit and locate the PROGRAM/RESET button on the DKLP circuit board. The person will then press and release the PROGRAM/RESET button.  The unit will beep once.  The person will then enter their new 4 digit access code from the keypad.  the user will then be prompted with a beep to enter the relay output time in seconds from 1/2 second to 9 seconds.  Note: "0" = 1/2 second.  If you make an entry error, simply press either the * or # key and re-enter the correct data.  After the code is programmed the unit will return back to the IDLE MODE.

EXAMPLES:

To set the access code to 1234 with a relay output time of 5 seconds, press the PROGRAM/RESET button and enter:  1 2 3 4 then enter 5

To set the access code to 7890 with a relay output time of 1/2 seconds, press the PROGRAM/RESET  button and enter: 7 8 9 0 then enter 0.  Note "0" = 1/2 second