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Quick Links. Installation and. Programming Instructions. Table of Contents. Residential telephone entry system with built-in wireless receiver 32 pages. When the postal lock is installed inside the front panel of the AE, it will press a microswitch when the postal key is turned, activating the access relay. Page 5: Wiring Diagram 4. Page 6: Important Mounting Requirements Mounting Location If the AE is used to control a door or pedestrian gate, locate the unit as near as practical to the entry point.
If the unit is mounted on or in a wall adjacent to the entry point, be sure the wall is sturdy. The repeated shock and vibration from a slamming access door or spring-loaded pedestrian gate must be isolated from the AE Page 7: Entry System Mounting External Alarm Contacts In installations where vandalism is a concern, an internal normally closed alarm contact may be added as a tamper switch to the AE providing a trigger source for an external alarm panel.
If the AE cabinet is opened for any reason, the internal alarm contact will trigger the external alarm panel, reporting the alarm to a central monitoring station or other alarm reporting location. The trim-ring mounts in the wall and the cabinet attaches to the trim-ring. Identify the location of any studs in the wall.
Page 9: Access Relay Wiring 3. Connect one wire from the power supply to one wire from the locking device. Route two wires between the locking device and the AE Connect one wire to the remaining wire of the locking device. Connect the other wire to the remaining wire of the power supply. Backup Battery Use of a battery backup is optional. It will allow the AE to operate for short periods of time without AC power.
The door or gate access device must use some type of battery backup of its own for the entire system to be functional. The AE case is designed to accept a U. Postal Service postal lock. When the postal lock is engaged the access relay will activate.
Both programming methods can be used over the telephone. Connecting with a Telephone 1. Place a call to the telephone number of the line that the AE is connected to. Page Multi-Unit Installations Multi-unit Installations Up to four AE units may be connected to the same dedicated telephone line to form a simple network. Page Resident Data Programming 4. Enter the Name of the resident to be displayed up to 16 characters. Press 6. Press and hold down the , or key to enter two-second pauses.
Hold down the key for about two seconds. Up to 4-digit Stand-alone Entry Codes can be set. Page System Options Continued 2. Enter the time in seconds for access relay to stay activated 3. The welcome message can be customized to suit the installation. Page System Options Continued Resident Control of Access Relay The factory setting allows the resident to activate the access relay by pressing the 9 key on their telephone when a call from the AE is received.
This feature can be disabled. In multi-unit installations, the master unit logs communication errors with sub-units. Press 2. The display will show any errors pending. Page System Utility Commands Continued 2. Function Codes that match other equipment help the installer to make quick programming changes with keystrokes they have used before.
Page Alternate Programming Reference 4. Delete unused Directory Codes to avoid running out of memory. Tenant Names can be entered in any order. The system again after the last number. Page 26 All systems must have one unit set to 1. Step 2 Enter the number of hours from to energize the access relay, then press. Page 28 5 will cancel the command. NOTE: To allow for multi-unit network communications, when executing this command remotely over the telephone, the system will disconnect your call after Step 3 then copy the data from the master unit to the sub-units.
Step 3 Press. Page 30 default. Page System Adjustments System Diagnostics Several components on the main circuit board are for monitoring the system during operation. Page Ae Operation 90 seconds. Print page 1 Print document 36 pages. Cancel Delete. Sign In OR. Don't have an account?
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Linear AE-100 Telephone Entry System
AE-100: Commercial Telephone Entry System – One Door
The Model AE Commercial Telephone Entry System — One Door is designed for use as a primary access control device for apartments, condominiums, and offices with up to residents. The system can be used in a lobby or outside. Surface, recessed, and pedestal mounting options are supported. The system utilizes hands-free, full duplex telephone communications between visitors and residents for granting access. Housed in a locked, rugged stainless steel faced enclosure, the AE features a lighted key telephone style keypad and four operation buttons all with bright, easy-to-see graphics.