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ILS Lock Component

Installation & Upgrade


Guide

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Lenel OnGuard 2010 ILS Lock Component Installation & Upgrade Guide, product
version 6.4. This guide is item number DOC-304E, revision 1.005, August 2010
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ILS Lock Component Installation & Upgrade Guide

Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction ...............................................................5
Certifications ................................................................................................... 5
Federal Communications Commission ............................................................................. 5
Industry Canada ................................................................................................................ 5

User Information for Devices ........................................................................... 5

Chapter 2: Install/Upgrade Lock Radio ......................................7


Prerequisites ................................................................................................... 7
ILS ACU Connections ..................................................................................... 8
Radio Upgrade Components ........................................................................... 9
Install Radio in the Field .................................................................................. 9
Replace Radio ............................................................................................... 10

Chapter 3: Install/Upgrade Lock Reader .................................11


Reader Upgrade Components ...................................................................... 11
Upgrade Reader .............................................................................................................. 11
Remove Reader .............................................................................................................. 11

Index .................................................................................................13

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Chapter 1:

Introduction

Certifications
Applies to the WLM (Wireless Lock Module), also known as the Radio
Module Unit, and the Wireless Gateway.

Federal Communications Commission


FCC ID: R32-WLMWWM01

Industry Canada
IC ID: 5058A-WLMWWM01

User Information for Devices

Part 15 - 15.21. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the


party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate
the equipment.

Part 15 - Class A digital device or peripheral15.105(a). This equipment


has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user
will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

Part 15 - Class B digital device or peripheral15.105(b). This equipment


has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

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Chapter 2:

Install/Upgrade Lock Radio

Prerequisites
It is important to minimize potential ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) by
using the following practices:

Power down - Always power down electrical devices by disconnecting the


power source. Remove batteries, unplug units from receptacle, etc.

Ground yourself

Use of an antistatic wrist strap, sole grounders, and conductive shoes is


recommended.
Discharge static by touching a grounded object such as a metal surface
other than the one you are working with. Do this frequently during your
install/upgrade procedure.
Minimize contact with the components

Touch the components as little as possible.


Avoid touching the surfaces of the wide parts, control boards, or radio
modules. Hold these components by the edge.
Other tips

If possible, maintain the relative humidity at 40% or greater. Dry areas


conduct ESD.
If possible ensure that certain components are grounded.

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ILS ACU Connections


Reader Module
Connector

Reader Module
Connector
Door Latch
Monitoring
Connector
Door Contact
Connector - 3
pin
Wireless
Radio Module
Connector

Clear Lock
Button

Outside
Rosette Cable
Connector

Radio Module Screws

Radio Module

Radio Connection
Cable - 8 pin

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Radio Upgrade Components


Radio Installation/Upgrade Kit - C4XRAD
Description

Component

ILS Radio Module (900 MHz)

Connection Cable (8-pin)

Two (2) Torx screws

Install Radio in the Field


1.

Remove the Torx screws:


a.

from deadbolt thumb turn (if equipped).

b.

from top battery cover.

2.

Remove the thumb turn and top battery cover.

3.

Keep the screws, thumb turn, and battery cover together in a safe location.

4.

Power down the lock by removing the batteries.

5.

Carefully place a new radio module on the mounting brackets on the top of
the lock back plate. Do not bend the radio antennae during the installation
process.

6.

Install both reader Torx screws. Tighten the reader screws to 7 in/lbs. Do not
to over-tighten the screws to prevent damage from occurring to the radio
module.

7.

Connect one end of the 8-pin cable to the radio module and the other end to
the locks ACU board. The ends of the cable are notched and can only be
installed in one direction.

8.

Reinstall the three (3) AA batteries.

9.

If the lock ID has not changed, and the lock has been assigned to a wireless
access point, the lock will attempt to join the network:

A successful network join will return a solid green indication from the
LED (Light Emitting Diode) on the radio module.

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An unsuccessful join will return a solid red indication from the LED on
the radio module. For troubleshooting information if network join is
unsuccessful, refer to the ILS Lock Operation User Guide.

10. Upon a successful network join, replace the top battery and thumb turn along
with the coordinating Torx screw.

Replace Radio
1.

Remove the Torx screws:


a.

from deadbolt thumb turn (if equipped).

b.

from top battery cover.

2.

Remove the thumb turn and top battery cover.

3.

Keep the screws, thumb turn, and battery cover together in a safe location.

4.

Power down the lock by removing the batteries.

5.

Disconnect the 9-pin connector from locks ACU board.

6.

Remove the two (2) Torx screws for existing radio module on top on lock
back plate.

7.

Remove the existing radio module and carefully replace it with the new
radio module. Be careful not to bend radio antennae during installation
process.

8.

Reinstall both Torx screws. Do not to over-tighten the screws to prevent


damage from occurring to the radio module.

9.

Reconnect the 9-pin connector to the radio module and lock control board.

10. Reinstall the three (3) AA 1.5Ah batteries.


11. If the lock ID has not changed, and the lock has been assigned to a wireless
access point, the lock will attempt to join the network:

A successful network join will return a solid green indication from the
LED on the radio module and the outside reader on the door.

An unsuccessful network join will return a solid red indication from the
LED on the radio module and the outside reader on the door. For
troubleshooting information if network join is unsuccessful, refer to the
ILS Lock Operation User Guide.

For descriptions of all radio LED indications, refer to the ILS Lock
Operation User Guide.

12. Upon a successful network join, replace the top battery and thumb turn along
with the coordinating Torx screw.

Warning

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Chapter 3:

Install/Upgrade Lock Reader

Reader Upgrade Components

Reader Modules

iCLASS CRXRWI
125Khz (Prox) C4XRWA
Magnetic

626 - Satin Chrome CRXRWMC

605 - Bright Brass CRXRWMP

Upgrade Reader

For transitions from MAG to any other reader technology, no additional door
prep is needed.

For transitions from any reader technology to MAG, additional door prep
may be required to accept the reader.

Important :

Review the install template for MAG reader installations.

Remove Reader
1.

Remove the Torx screws:


a.

from deadbolt thumb turn (if equipped).

b.

from top battery cover.

2.

Remove thumb turn and top battery cover.

3.

Keep the screws, thumb turn, and battery cover together in a safe location.

4.

Power down the lock by removing the batteries.

5.

Remove the two (2) Phillips-head screws. At this time it is recommended to


keep one hand on the reader to prevent the unit from dropping.

6.

Carefully disengage the reader ribbon cable connector clips and remove the
ribbon cable from the ACU board.

7.

Slowly pull the reader off the door being careful to watch the path of the
attached cable.

Warning

If you are replacing an existing prox reader with another prox reader, use caution
when inserting the reader cable through the larger hole. Consult the lock
installation template for necessary door prep for reader installation.

Warning

If you are replacing an existing prox reader with a MAG reader, additional door
prep is required. Consult the lock installation template for necessary door prep
for reader installation.

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8.

With one hand, fish the new reader cable through the existing opening. Use
caution when routing the reader cable through the back plate opening.

9.

Connect the 12-pin reader cable to reader module connection marked


MAG/PROXY and then secure the safety clips.

10. Continue to hold the reader in place.


11. Tighten the two (2) reader head screws to 7 in/lbs until the reader is securely
in place.
12. Reinstall the three (3) AA batteries.
13. Replace the top battery and thumb turn along with the Torx screw.

Warning

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Index
A

ACU connections .................................................. 8

Upgrade
from any reader to MAG reader .................. 11
from MAG to other readers ......................... 11
lock reader ................................................... 11
radio ........................................................ 5, 11
reader components .................................. 6, 11
User information for devices ................................ 5

B
Before installing or upgrading radio modules ...... 7
C
Certifications.........................................................
Federal Communications Commission..........
Industry Canada .............................................
Wireless Gateway ..........................................
WLM..............................................................
Connections ..........................................................

6
5
5
5
5
8

W
Wireless Gateway ................................................. 5
WLM..................................................................... 5

E
Electrostatic discharge .......................................... 7
G
Grounding ............................................................. 7
I
Install
lock reader ................................................... 11
Install radio ...................................................... 5, 9
Installation templates .......................................... 11
N
Network join ......................................................... 9
P
Power Down ......................................................... 7
Prerequisites.......................................................... 7
R
Radio Connection Cable (8-pin) ........................... 8
Radio field installation.......................................... 9
Radio Installation/Upgrade Kit ............................. 9
Radio upgrade components................................... 9
Reader Module...................................................... 8
Reader Module screws.......................................... 8
Reader upgrade components .......................... 6, 11
Relative humidity.................................................. 7
Remove radio ...................................................... 11
Replace
prox reader with another prox reader........... 11
prox reader with MAG reader...................... 11
radio ........................................................ 6, 10

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