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Operating and Installation Instructions
Escape door control unit
Type 720-40
ASSA ABLOY, the global
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ASSA ABLOY
Sicherheitstechnik GmbH
Bildstockstrasse 20
72458 Albstadt Germany
Telephone: +49 (0) 7431 / 123-0
Fax: +49 (0) 7431 / 123-240
Website: www.assaabloy.de
E-Mail: albstadt@assaabloy.de
D0060000
05.2011
© 2011, ASSA ABLOY
This document and all its parts are copyrighted. Any use or changes outside the
strict limits of the copyright are prohibited and liable to prosecution if no prior
consent is obtained from ASSA ABLOY.
This particularly applies to any copying, translations, microforms, or storing and
processing in electronic systems.
Issuer:
Document
number:
Issue date:
Copyright:
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Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Innovation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Functions of the 720-40 . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Operating elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Signs and symbols in these
instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Packaging and storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Environmental protection . . . . . . . . . . 8
Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Mounting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Mounting methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Installation.and.connection . . . . . . .10
General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Providing a power supply . . . . . . . . . . 10
Cable selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Escape door security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Device overview 720-40 . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Safety relay module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
720-32-SRM—F00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
E/A extension module 901-20 . . . . . . 21
Terminal assignments 901-20 . . . . . . 23
Wire-interconnected interlock . . . . . 26
Commissioning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Switch on or resumption of power
supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Operating elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Switching functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Temporary release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Pre-alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Permanent release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Locking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Danger alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Tamper alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Multi-alarm (1380) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Resetting the alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Overview of mode indicators . . . . . . 39
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
On the 720-40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Starting the configuration mode . . . 41
Advancing through menu items . . . . 41
Defining settings in the menu . . . . . . 41
Menu structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Starting the configuration mode . . . 43
AL - Alarm indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
01 Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
02 Temporary release time . . . . . . . . . 46
03 Door monitoring time . . . . . . . . . . 46
04 Pre-alarm time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
05 Alarm time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
06 Guidance signal duration . . . . . . . 46
07 Permanent release delay . . . . . . . . 46
08 Request/manually set
TSB address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
9 Reset to factory settings . . . . . . . . . 47
10 Exit menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Automatically exiting configuration
mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Profile settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Example configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Special function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Content
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Check.list.–.Checks.before.initial.
commissioning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
Annual inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
Alarm/Information on 720-40 . . . . . . 70
Technical.data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
Escape door control unit . . . . . . . . . . . 72
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In developing the new generation of FT, particular importance was attached to:
• Forward-thinking innovation
• Versatile range of uses
• Operational and functional elements integrated into a compact design
• Wide range of functions due to networking of devices
• Options for integration into building and risk management systems
• High operational reliability
• Less time and effort to install and configure the system
Doors along escape routes – emergency exit doors – must be easy to open from
inside without additional tools at all times. Their locks must therefore have a
panic function so that the pre-locked bolt retracts if the inner handle is activated.
On the other hand, the doors should be locked for safety reasons. In many cases,
this leads to problems in administrative buildings, department stores, industrial
plants and other similar buildings. It is no longer possible to effectively monitor
the doors in question.
To gain control of this situation with a justifiable amount of effort, systems are
installed that electrically lock the doors, monitor their locking status and report
their opening or unlocking.
To ensure that such systems can be opened in an emergency, they are – save in
exceptional circumstances – always equipped with an emergency switch which
when activated immediately deactivates the electric lock, enabling people to pass
through the door, and triggers an alarm.
The locking elements must hold the door closed with sufficient force and reliably
unlock in an emergency even if pre-loaded.
Such systems must also provide certain control functions so that they can be
temporarily or continually released if necessary.
The emergency release of the door through a fire alarm system, if available, must
also be possible.
Description
Innovation
General
6
Overview
• Direct release of the escape door using an emergency button
• Indirect release of the escape door using a central emergency-cutout switch
• Unlocking of the escape door (for example, by a fire alarm system)
• Permanent unlocking using the key pushbutton or an external contact such as
a timer switch
• Temporary release using the key pushbutton or externally connected button
• Escape door locking status signalled by the door status indicator
• Alarm status indicated by an optical and audible signal
Stand-alone.function
• Commissioning and configuration on the device
• Can be extended with an E/A module 901-20
• Implementation of a wire-interconnected interlock function
Networked.version
• Commissioning and configuration using the FTmanager
• Configuration on the device
• Can be extended with an E/A module 901-20
• Up to 120 devices can be connected to the TSB Controller
• Delayed release after EMERGENCY-OPEN is actuated (special function)
The escape door control unit 720-40 can be operated using the following
elements:
• Flush-mounted escape door terminal 1380 With key-operated switch
• 1380-01
− 1380-03
− 1380-04
− 1380-06
• 1385ES1
• Terminal module 1337-10 / -11 / -12
• Terminal module 1370-10
• Operating unit 1332-10 / 11
• Operating unit 1332-70
Functions of the
720-40
Operating elements
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ASSA ABLOY Sicherheitstechnik GmbH's extensive experience and state-of-theart production and testing procedures ensure the device is highly reliable.
These operating and installation instructions have been compiled for skilled
electricians and trained personnel. They are designed to enable you to install and
operate the device safely, and fully exploit the permitted range of uses the control
terminal has to offer.
They also provide information about how key components work.
The signs and symbols in these operating instructions are designed to help you
use the devices and instructions quickly and safely.
Note
This symbol indicates additional information which is useful when handling
devices.
Warning.about.a.general.hazard
This warning symbol indicates tasks where different causes may lead to hazards or
impair device functions.
Procedural.steps
The specified sequence of steps will make it easier for you to use the device safely
and correctly.
Result
This indicates a description of where the end result of a sequence of steps.
Our devices are carefully packed to ensure adequate protection during shipment.
When you receive your device, you must check it and the packaging to ensure it is
complete and undamaged.
Risk.of.injury
The device must not be used if it is damaged.
Damaged cables and plug connections also represent a safety hazard and must
not be used.
General
Introduction
Signs and symbols
in these instructions
!
1.

Packaging and
storage
!
8
Packaging materials must be recycled. In doing so, you must comply with local
environmental protection regulations.
The device is designed to create an escape door control system.
It can be operated as a stand-alone control unit or within a building network.
It is not intended for any other use.
We provide a warranty for this device valid from the date of purchase in accordance with statutory/country-specific regulations. If any damage occurs, the device
will be repaired or a replacement supplied.
Any damage caused through natural wear, overloading or incorrect use is excluded from the warranty.
Environmental
protection
Intended use
Warranty
9
• During electrical installation, the German Electrical Engineering Association
(VDE) and local electricity company regulations must be observed.
• It must be possible to disconnect the device from the power supply circuit
using an easily accessible energy-isolation device.
• Electric locking systems can only be used on smoke or fire doors if the door's
product use certification states such systems can be used. Systems must be
installed as required by the certification. Exception: elements which can also
be fitted to previously manufactured fire barriers.
The device is designed for the following mounting methods:
• Central mounting in distribution cabinets.
• On-site mounting in a standard installation distributor.
To this end, the device is integrated into housing for top hat rail mounting (T"35)
and distributor installation.
Mounting
Regulations
Mounting
methods
10
Electrical.installation
Note
Ensure the correct connection is used!
The warranty shall be void if the incorrect connection is used.
The following table lists the power consumption of the devices that can be connected to the control unit.
Locking.elements
Note
For a description and connection diagrams for the locking elements, please see
document D00470.
Operating.elements
Device Power.consumption
type.at.24.V
Max ..number
Escape door terminal 1380 105 mA 4
Escape door terminal 1370-10 55 mA 7
Terminal module 1385ES1 Terminal module 1337-10 100 mA 4
Terminal module 1337-11 100 mA 4
Terminal module 1337-12 100 mA 4
Operating unit 1332-10 100 mA 4
Operating unit 1332-11 100 mA 4
Operating unit 1332-70 100 mA 4
A low safety voltage between +12V -15% and +24V +15% must be supplied to
operate the device in accordance with DIN 60 950.
Installation and connection
General information
Providing a power
supply
11
Control.circuits
Description Value
Length max. 300 m
Length of cabling to the
locking element
max. 100 m
Cable cross-section Choose a cable which will ensure the voltage in the
locking unit is at a maximum of 10% under the locking unit's specified rated operating voltage when
it is working to full capacity and while taking into
account all other losses such as potential voltage
drop in the feed cable.
Bus.cables
Description Value
Length max. 1000 m
Resistance to bus devices max. 65 Ω
Special considerations Use separate cable
Type JY (St) Y
Cable cross-section Min. 0,28 mm²Ideally 0,5 mm²
Only use one wire in each cable
Do not connect wires in parallel
Cable selection
12
For.a.single-leaf.escape.door.with.an.escape.or.swing.electric.strike.
(cable.diagram)
720-40
Power supply
+12V -15%
bis +24V +15%
230 V ± 10%
L N PE
6
16
Door terminal
or Terminal module
Escape door control unit
TS-Bus
Ext. Emergency release
(Fire alarm system)
Panel 1332-10/11
2
2
10
2
2
Timer
External puh button temporary unlocking
Locking elements
Escape door
security
13
For.a.double-leaf.escape.door.with.a.flat.holding.magnet.(cable.diagram)
TS-Bus
Ext. Emergency release
(Fire alarm system)
Panel 1332-10/11
Timer
External switch temporrary unlocking
Door terminal
or Terminal module
Locking elements
Door contacts (deleted on 331 RR AKRR /
351 RR AKRR, two additional wires are needed)720-40
Escape door control unit
Power supply
+12V -15%
to +24V +15%
230 V ± 10%
L N PE
Note
On double-leaf doors, a locking element must be used for each leaf. All escape
door locking elements from the ASSA ABLOY range can be used.
When using flat holding magnets, ensure that a minimum headroom of 200 cm is
provided!
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Terminal.assignment
1 E4
2 E4 GND
3 E3
4 E3 GND
5 E2
6 E1/E2 GND
7 E1
8 TS Bus GND
9 TS Bus Data
10 Relais 5 nc
11 Relais 5 com
12 Relais 5 no
13 Relais 4 nc
14 Relais 4 com
15 Relais 4 no
16 Relais 3 nc
17 Relais 3 com
18 Relais 3 no
19 Relais 2 nc
20 Relais 2 com
21 Relais 2 no
44 CAN-H
43 CAN-L
42 +12/+24V in
41 0 V in
40 Vb - in
39 Vb + in
38 (B) Locking (Coil) 37 (A) Locking (Coil) +
36 (F) Feedback door status
35 (E) GND
34 (D) Feedback Locking
condition
33 (C) +12/+24 V Out
(max. 0,4 A)
32 Horn 31 Horn +
30 LED yellow
29 LED green
28 LED red
27 Monitoring
Emergency release
26 Tamper switch
25 Button right
24 Button left
23 GND
22 +24 V
DIP-button
Menu
buttons
Values
buttons
Menu
buttons
Values
buttons
ON
1 2 3 4
1
2
3
4
Device overview
720-40
15
DIP.switch
All switches are set to the OFF position by the factory
Switch Function OFF ON
1.
2
Hi-O: Bus termination
Hi-O: Group
No function assigned:
Reserved for extension at a later
date
3 TS bus: Master/Slave Slave
(For stand-alone
operation without E/A extension
and networked
operation)
Master with
Address 1 *)
(For stand-alone
operation with
E/A extension)
4 Configuration mode
(set according to hardware if
no key switch is used)
OFF ON
*) If an E/A extension is used, this must be assigned to address ‘2’.
16
This is a safety relay with forcibly guided contacts (self-monitoring).
Logical.connection.of.multiple.central.emergency-open.power.circuits
• For joint exit doors leading outdoors from two different building sections.
… …
720-32-SRM
720-32-SRM
720-40 720-40 720-40 720-40 720-40
24 V DC
24 V DC 24 V DC
emegency button
725NAM-01
emergency button
725NAM-01
Safety relay
module
720-32-SRM—F00
Functions
17
Releasing.more.than.19.escape.door.control.units.via.a.central.emergency.
button
− In the event of more than 19 escape door control units, the central emergency button’s switching capacity is exceeded.
… …
720-32-SRM 720-32-SRM
720-40 720-40 720-40 720-40
24 V DC
24 V DC
24 V DCemergency button
725NAM-01
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Bridging.greater.cable.lengths.for.central,.higher-level.emergency.buttons
• In practice, both a station-related emergency button and emergency buttons
in the security centre are required.

720-32-SRM
720-40 720-40
24 V DC 24 V DC
central emergency button
725NAM-01
central emergency button
725NAM-01
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Controlling.several.locking.elements
• To connect additional locking elements to an escape door control unit.
flat holding magnet flat holding magnetemergency door opener
720-32-SRM 720-32-SRM
24 V DC 24 V DC720-40
1385
emergency door opener
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Connections
+ -
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Technical.data
Description Value
Load on the contacts max. 30 VDC, 2A
Inductor operating voltage 24 VDC
Voltage range 20 – 30 VDC residual ripple 5%
21
The.escape.door.control.unit.720-40.can.be.extended.with.E/A.extension.
module.901-20.to.include.further.switching.operations .
Circuit.diagram
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
O
N
O
FF
F1
0,
5A
T
F2
0,
5A
T
K2
Po te nt ia l fr ee re la y ou tp ut Lo ad c ap ab ili
ty m ax . 2
4V
/
2A
Po te nt ia l fr ee re la y ou tp ut Lo ad c ap ab ili
ty m ax . 2
4V
/
2A
En co di ng p os si bi lit
ie s Th e bu s ad dr es s of th e de vi ce K1
D
LE
D
gr ee n LE
D
ye llo
w E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
A
1
A
2
A
3
A
4
12 V-Akku or 12 V DC, controlled
12 V DC ±10 %, Ripple max. 50 %
12 V AC ±10 %
Only clip 1 and 2: 24 V DC, controlled
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
64
32
16
8
4
2
1
Button 8 must
be in ON position.
Voltage supply
E1-E8 = Inputs / Signal = Low Active (0V)
A1-A4 = Outputs - Open Collector / Mass switching (0V)
(Voltage drop observed!)
K1 = Potential-free relay output
Load capability max. 24V / 2A (resistive load)
K2 = Potential-free relay output
Load capability: max. 24V / 2A (resistive load)
Note:
It may only be connected a
power supply.
E/A extension
module 901-20
22
Configuration.using.the.720-40
DIP.switch networked stand-alone
1. Address off
2 on
3 Profile number
4
5 off
6 off
7 off
8 Networked operating mode
= on
Stand-alone operating mode
= off
Note:
A TS bus controller is required. The 720-40 must be set to
master operation (DIP 3 =
on).
Note
If configuration is carried out using FTManager, profile ‘0’ (called functions
templates in FTManager) must always be selected, as this is the only place that
changes can be saved.
23
Profiles.when.using.the.720-40.(stand-alone)
Profile DIP.switch Function
3 4
0 off off Link to higher level systems (factory
setting)
1 off on Door drive
2
on off Door control
3
on on Interlock
Profile.0.-.Link.to.higher.level.systems
Connections Description Connections Description..
E1 Fire alarm system
(inverse)
K1 Released/locked signal
E2 Intrusion alarm system/
interlock
K2 Alarm signal (inverse)
E3
Clock
A1
-
E4
Lock
A2
-
E5
Unlock
A3
-
E6
Unlock with delay
A4
-
E7 Temporary release
Terminal assignments 901-20
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Connections Description Connections Description..
E8 -
Profile.1.-.Door.drive
Connections Description Connections Description..
E1 Fire alarm system
(inverse)
K1 Door drive – automatic operation
E2 Intrusion alarm
system/interlock
K2 Door drive
- activation
E3
Clock
A1
-
E4
Lock
A2
-
E5
Unlock
A3
-
E6
Unlock with delay
A4
-
E7
Temporary release
E8
-
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Profile.2.-.Door.control
Connections Description Connections Description..
E1 Fire alarm system
(inverse)
K1 Electric strike/
motorized lock
E2 Intrusion alarm
system/interlock
K2 Holding magnet
E3
Clock
A1
-
E4
Lock
A2
-
E5
Unlock
A3
-
E6
Unlock with delay
A4
-
E7
Temporary release
E8
-
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Profile.3.-.Interlock
Connections Description Connections Description..
E1 Fire alarm system
(inverse)
K1 Door is
interlocked
E2 Intrusion alarm
system/interlock
K2 Door is interlocked (inverse)
E3 A1
Block interlock
E4 A2
E5 A3
E6 A4
E7
E8
This is a basic interlock door system with an emergency exit function without a
central bus master (stand-alone).
Function
As soon as a door is temporarily released or unlocked, the corresponding door
(several doors also possible) is blocked and thus cannot be opened.
If the released door is not opened before the pre-set temporary release time has
elapsed, it is automatically locked again.
Note
The escape route is assured using a fail-unlocked operating principle, i.e. in the
event of a power failure, or unlocking by a fire alarm system or an EMERGENCYOPEN switch, locking elements are disengaged and all doors can be opened at the
same time.
Wire-interconnected interlock
27
Prerequisites:
• Device 720-40 is in stand-alone mode (DIP switch 3 = ON).
1 2 3 4 ON
OFF
• E/A extension modules 901-20 are set to set profile ‘3’ (also see ‘Terminal assignments 901-20, profile ‘3’)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ON
OFF
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Circuit.diagram.overview
I/O
Door lock ZF
I/O
I/OI/O
Door lock ZF
I/O
Door lock ZF
I/O
NOT AUF
720-40 720-40 720-40
Terminal.assignments.901-20
8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2728
1 234567 ON
OFF
F1
0,5AT
F2
0,5AT
K2 K1
D
LED
grün
LED
gelb
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8A1 A2 A3 A4
Output.functions.(A1.to.A4)
• Block interlock. The corresponding door(s) is/are blocked.
Output.function.K1.and.K2
• 'Door blocked' and 'Door closed and locked' indicators.
Input.function.E1
• Emergency release (for opening interlock in the event of a fault). The door is
released in emergency mode and an alarm is triggered.
Input.functions.(E2.to.E8)
• Block door.
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Detailed.circuit.diagram.(example.of.use)
3
4
8
10
16
17
24
+
25
26
F1
0,
5A
T
F2
0,
5A
T
K2
K1
D
E1
E2
A
1
A
2
A
3
A
4
3
4
5
8
10
16
17
24
25
26
F1
0,
5A
T
F2
0,
5A
T
K2
K1
D
E1
11
E3
E2
A
1
A
2
A
3
A
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
6
7
6
gn rt 5
7
8
9
10
15
16
17
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
1
2
9
15
12
22
23
27
28
1
2
9
15
22
23
27
28
F1
0,
5A
T
F2
0,
5A
T
K2
Po t. fr ee m ax . 2
4V
/
2A
Po t. fr ee m ax . 2
4V
/
2A
Po t. fr ee m ax . 2
4V
/
2A
Po t. fr ee m ax . 2
4V
/
2A
Po t. fr ee m ax . 2
4V
/
2A
Po t. fr ee m ax . 2
4V
/
2A
K1
D
E1
E2
A
1
A
2
A
3
A
4
+
gn rt All E-/A-Module
Create common ground
NOT AUF NOT AUF
+
gn rt +
+ +
24 V DC
±10 %
-
+
720-40 720-40 720-40
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Note
The installation and operation of electric locking devices on doors in escape
routes are subject to building inspection authority regulations. Compliance must
be ensured by both the fitter and the operator.
Before.initial.commissioning:
1. Check that all elements, including those which disengage the locking device
and its electrical connections, have been duly installed and function correctly.
2. Have technical specialists check that the locking system for escape doors has
been properly installed and functions correctly.
3. Install the ‘FT Manager’ software and check that it functions correctly (only
with networked systems).
When the system is turned on or following a power supply failure, the position of
the external emergency switch and the status of all control inputs are queried and
evaluated. The resultant system switching status is then directly dependent on
these input parameters.
If an alarm is triggered after the system is switched on and the cause cannot be
immediately identified, the cause can be established by looking at the LED colour
combination on the escape door control unit (see table in the 'Signals' section).
Commissioning
General
Switch on or
resumption of
power supply
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The following devices act as switch and display devices for the escape door
control unit.
For detailed information, please see the device-specific operating and installation
instructions.
Escape.door.terminal.1380 Escape.door.terminal.1337-10/-11
Key switch
Cover
Emergency stop
LED-
Status display
Key switch
Cover
Emergency stop
LED red
Door locked
LED green
Door
LED yellow
Alarm steht an
Escape.door.terminal.1337-12 Escape.door.module.1370-10
Key switch
Acoustic alarm
Emergency stop
LED red Door locked
LED green Door unlocked
LED yellow
Alarm steht an
Key switch
Emergency stop
Cover
LED red
Door locked
LED green
Door
LED yellow
Alarm steht an
Operation
Operating elements
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Operating.unit.1332-10./.-11 Operating.unit.1332-70
Key switch
LED red
Door locked
LED green
Door
LED yellow
Alarm steht an
Key switch
LED red
Door locked
LED green
Door
LED yellow
Alarm steht an
The key switch for the door terminal or terminal module has two key functions,
which – depending on the initial status – trigger different switching operations.
Switching functions
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The locked door can be unlocked for the pre-set temporary release time.
• The door can be opened during the temporary release time.
• The door can remain open for the duration of the door monitoring time.
• Once the door monitoring time is exceeded, the pre-alarm is triggered.
• The times can be set (see the 'Changing times' section).
gn gn gn gn 1. Turn the key to the
right.
 The four green LEDs
flash.
 The green LED
flashes.
 The door is unlocked and can be opened.
2. Close the door within the pre-set door monitoring time.
rtrt
rt rt
 The four red LEDs
light up.
 The red LED lights up.
 The door is locked.
Temporary release
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The pre-alarm is a reminder signal.
• This signal is time-limited.
• The times can be set (see the 'Changing times' section).
Pre-conditions.for.a.pre-alarm:
 After a temporary release, the opened door is not closed again within the preset temporary release time.
 The door is not closed after a permanent release and a subsequent pre-set
temporary release time have ended.
If the door is closed during the pre-alarm time, the pre-alarm ends and the door
is locked.
gn gn gn gn  The four green LEDs
flash.
 The green LED
flashes.
 The reminder signal is an audible intermittent signal.
 After the pre-alarm time has elapsed, an alarm is triggered.
Note
Any alarm triggered (e.g. by the emergency button being pressed) during a temporary release or pre-alarm time will be evaluated and signalled!
Pre-alarm
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The door can be freely passed through and held open.
The same function can also be triggered by an external button – for example in a
central control and monitoring panel.
Permanent unlocking can also be triggered by an external switch with a permanent contact, for example by a switching timer.
gn gngn
gn 1. Turn the key to the
left.
 The four green LEDs
light up.
 The green LED lights
up.
 The door is unlocked and can be opened.
The door can be locked from the status ‘unlocked’:
Prerequisites:
 The door is closed.
 There is no alarm signal present.
The command is not executed if the door is open.
rtrt
rt rt
1. Turn the key to the
right.
 The four red LEDs
light up.
 The red LED lights up.
 The door is locked.
Permanent
release
Locking
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The danger alarm is triggered when:
• The emergency button is pressed
• Activated by a fire alarm system
gn ge gngegn
ge gn ge
 The green LEDs light
up.
 The yellow LEDs flash.
 The green LED lights
up.
 The yellow LED
flashes.
 The door is immediately unlocked.
 An audible danger alarm signal is emitted.
Danger alarm
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The tamper alarm is triggered:
• When the emergency button protective cover is opened
• By a door contact when a door is forced open
• When the cover on the key switch module is removed
• When the locking element is tampered with
ge ge ge ge rtrt
rt rt
 The red LEDs light up.
 The yellow LEDs flash.
 The red LED lights up.
 The yellow LED
flashes.
 An audible tamper alarm signal is emitted.
Note
In the event of a 'tamper alarm' the door remains locked.
If a cover is re-closed or replaced, the LED display and the audible alarm remain.
Several alarm statuses can be evaluated and signalled at the same time (only
1380).
Note
If the cause of the alarm is still present after the alarm has been acknowledged,
the green LEDs continue to flash in pairs in a diagonal sequence.
The door can only be locked again when all alarm statuses have been reset and
the causes of the alarm have been remedied.
Tamper alarm
Multi-alarm
(1380)
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Acknowledging.the.alarm.and.alarm.cause.indicator
1. Turn the key to the
left.
 The alarm is
acknowledged.
 The ......
The alarm signal is indicated by an LED sequence pattern (see separate operating
instructions for the 1380).
This is displayed for as long as an alarm is present.
gn gngn
gn 1. Turn the key to the
left.
 The alarm is
acknowledged.
 The four green LEDs
light up.
 The green LED lights
up.
While an alarm is present, this is displayed by an LED sequence pattern (see separate operating instructions for the modules used).
1. Eliminate the cause of the alarm.
2. Now turn to key to the right to re-lock the door.
Resetting the
alarm
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On the operating devices.
Red Green Yellow Horn Status
Lights
up Locked
Flashes
1:1
Locked, door closed
Lights
up Flashes
1:1
On 1:1 Locked and alarm
Lights
up Unlocked
Flashes
1:1
Unlocked
Alarm criterion exists
Lights
up Flashes
1:1
On 1:1 Unlocked and alarm
Flashes
9:1
Temporarily released
Flashes
9:1
Flashes
1:1
The signal interval
shortens in accordance
with the time that has
passed
Temporarily released
Time exceeded
Overview of
mode indicators
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Note
The device can be configured as follows:
• Basic configuration can be conducted on the device itself using four buttons
that are accessible once the housing cover has been removed.
• FT Manager (see separate operating instructions) can be used to conduct a
more comprehensive complete configuration.
Overview.of.circuit.boards
Menu
buttons
Values
buttons
Menu
buttons
Values
buttons
ON
1 2 3 4
1
2
3
4
Operation
• Buttons 1 and 2 are used to change the menu items (next/previous).
• Buttons 3 and 4 are used to set the values (up/down).
Display
• Two-digit LED display for displaying the menu item.
• Four-digit LED display for displaying the adjustable values.
Note
Only basic configuration can be conducted on the device itself.
Configuration
On the 720-40
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1
2
1. Press menu button 1 or 2.
No alarm is triggered!
 The configuration mode is
started.
If an alarm criterion is present,
this is indicated by the fourdigit LED display (no display =
no alarm cause).
1
2
Menu.buttons
1. Press button 1 to display
the previous menu.
2. Press button 2 to display
the next menu.
Note
There is only one menu level available. This means all menu items can be navigated through by pressing menu buttons 1 and 2 (next/previous).
3
4
Value.buttons
1. Press button 3 to increase
the set value.
2. Press button 4 to decrease
the set value.
Note
When setting or changing a value, the new value is automatically accepted when
you navigate to the next menu item or exit the configuration mode.
Starting the configuration mode
Advancing
through menu
items
Defining settings
in the menu
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AL - Alarm indicator 

01 - Profile

02 - Temporary release time
 
03 - Door monitoring time

04 - Pre-alarm time
 
05 - Alarm time

06 - Guidance signal duration

07 - Permanent release delay

08 - Request/manually set TSB address
 
09 - Reset to factory settings

10 - Exit menu 
Menu structure
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Menu.items Menu.item.
display
Value.display Description
Starting the configuration mode
1. Press any menu button.
 Configuration mode starts and the
alarm indicator follows.
AL - Alarm indicator
If an alarm is present, this is constantly
displayed (see the ‘Signals’ section).
If there are several alarms, these are displayed in priority order
rather than simultaneously.
Use the value buttons to navigate through the alarm signals.
If when navigating, no button is pressed for a minute, the alarm
with the highest priority will be displayed.
This also applies if an alarm is added while navigating.
01 Profile
Different
profiles (0 to 11) can be selected with
optimised default settings (see the ‘Profile
settings’ section).
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Times
The following diagram shows the temporal relations between the individual
system settings.
t Door is opend
Temporary unlocking
Monitoring
Opening
Pre-alarm
Alarm
Door is open
[Temporary.release]
This can be used to specify the temporary release time (input in seconds).
The door can be used once during this time.
[Hold.open]
This can be used to specify how long the door can be held open, e.g. using a holding magnet (input in seconds).
[Monitoring]
This can be used to specify the door monitoring time, which starts after the door
is opened (input in seconds).
[Max ..permanent.opening]
This can be used to specify how long the door can be permanently unlocked
before an alarm is triggered.
The door can be freely used during all this time.
After this time period has elapsed, the door is automatically locked again.
The time is entered in hours and minutes (format - HH:MM) up to a maximum of
23h and 59min.
If you enter 00:00, there will be no time restriction on the permanent unlocking.
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[Pre-alarm]
This can be used to specify the pre-alarm time (input in seconds).
The pre-alarm merely serves as a reminder to signal that an alarm is imminent.
If an open door is closed again within the pre-alarm time, no alarm is triggered.
[Alarm.signal]
This can be used to specify how long an alarm should sound (input in seconds).
[Guidance.signal]
This can be used to specify how long a guidance signal should sound (input in
seconds).
[Permanent.release.delay]
To prevent the accidental activation of the permanent unlocking mode, the door
must be
actuated for the set time (input in seconds).
This can therefore be used to specify how long permanent release activation
should be delayed after it is switched on.
− “cancel” If you want to cancel the configuration data input without saving.
− “ safe” If you want to save all configuration data settings.
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Menu.items Menu.item.
display
Value.display Description
02 Temporary
release time
The door locks at the end of the
temporary release time if it remains
closed.
Range between 1 and 255 seconds.
03 Door monitoring time
The door monitoring time starts
after the door has been temporarily
released and opened.
Range between 0 and 3600 seconds.
04 Pre-alarm time
Duration of the pre-alarm before the
device triggers the alarm.
Range between 0 and 255 seconds.
05 Alarm time
After the alarm time has elapsed, the
audible signal device is switched off.
Range between 0 and 255 seconds.
06 Guidance signal
duration
Duration of the guidance signal.
Range between 0 and 255 seconds.
07 Permanent
release delay
When the permanent release has
been switched on, the function is only
activated after this set time.
Range between 0 and 255 seconds.
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Menu.items Menu.item.
display
Value.display Description
08 Request/
manually set TSB
address
 On selecting the menu, the currently set address is displayed (001
to 127).
1. The address can be changed using
the value buttons.
If the device still has the factory setting (no address yet allocated), the following is possible.
2. Hold down both value buttons at the same time for at
least five seconds.
 An address request is triggered.
 The value indicator ‘----’ flashes.
 The TSB controller issues and displays a new address.
If no new address is issued by the TSB controller within 50
seconds, the original address is re-accepted (value indicator
with address value flashes).
9 Reset to factory
settings
1. Hold down both value buttons
at the same time for at least five
seconds.
 The device is reset to the factory
settings.
10 Exit menu 1. Exit the menu.
If no input is made for one minute while in configuration mode, the device
automatically switches to operational mode and the display is switched off.
Automatically
exiting configuration mode
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The available profiles are optimised default settings, which you can access.
Configuration.using.FT.Manager
To make changes, you must always select profile ‘00’ (called functions templates
in FTManager) as it is the only place where changes can be saved.
Note
Profile ‘00’ is set by default when the device is delivered.
Temporary.release,.tamper.loop.–.factory.setting
To control an escape route door with temporary release and operating element
1380, 1332-10/11.
Inputs Function Outputs Function
E1 External temporary
release
Relay 1 Alarm (inverse)
E2 Timer contact – closes,
opens
Relay 2 Door closed and locked
E3 Intruder alarm system Relay 3 Electric strike/motorised
lock
E4 Fire alarm system (inverse)
Relay 4 Door drive – activation
Function
Tamper monitoring As a detection loop (inverse)
inverse The input is closed during operation
and an output relay is activated.
On a signal, the contact opens and
the relay drops.
Profile settings
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Temporary.release,.tamper.contact.1337-xx
To control an escape route door with temporary release and operating element
1337-xx, 1332-70
Inputs Function Outputs Function
E1 External temporary
release
Relay 1 Alarm (inverse)
E2 Timer contact – closes,
opens
Relay 2 Door closed and locked
E3 Intruder alarm system Relay 3 Electric strike/motorised
lock
E4 Fire alarm system (inverse)
Relay 4 Door drive – activation
Function
Tamper monitoring As alarm contact (closer)
inverse The input is closed during operation
and an output relay is activated.
On a signal, the contact opens and
the relay drops.
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Temporary.release,.tamper.loop,.emergency.power
To control an escape route door with temporary release, emergency power function monitoring and operating element 1380, 1332-10/11.
Inputs Function Outputs Function
E1 External temporary
release
Relay 1 Alarm (inverse)
E2 Emergency power mode
(inverse)
Relay 2 Door closed and locked
E3 Fault – emergency
power supply (inverse)
Relay 3 Electric strike/motorised
lock
E4 Fire alarm system (inverse)
Relay 4 Door drive – activation
Function
Tamper monitoring As a detection loop (inverse)
inverse The input is closed during operation
and an output relay is activated.
On a signal, the contact opens and
the relay drops.
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Temporary.release,.tamper.contact.1337-xx,.emergency.power
To control an escape route door with temporary release, emergency power function monitoring and operating element 1337-xx, 1332-70.
Inputs Function Outputs Function
E1 External temporary
release
Relay 1 Alarm (inverse)
E2 Emergency power mode
(inverse)
Relay 2 Door closed and locked
E3 Fault – emergency power
supply (inverse)
Relay 3 Electric strike/motorised
lock
E4 Fire alarm system (inverse)
Relay 4 Door drive – activation
Function
Tamper monitoring As alarm contact (closer)
inverse The input is closed during operation
and an output relay is activated.
On a signal, the contact opens and
the relay drops.
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1-contact,.tamper.loop.–.factory.setting
To control an escape route door with 1-contact operation and operating element
1380, 1332-10/11.
Inputs Function Outputs Function
E1 1-contact – lock, temporary release, acknowledge alarm
Relay 1 Alarm (inverse)
E2 Timer contact – closes,
opens
Relay 2 Door closed and locked
E3 Intruder alarm system Relay 3 Electric strike/motorised
lock
E4 Fire alarm system (inverse)
Relay 4 Door drive – activation
Function
Tamper monitoring As a detection loop (inverse)
inverse The input is closed during operation
and an output relay is activated.
On a signal, the contact opens and
the relay drops.
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1-contact,.tamper.contact,.1337-xx
To control an escape route door with 1-contact operation and operating element
1337-xx, 1332-70.
Inputs Function Outputs Function
E1 1-contact – lock, temporary release, acknowledge
alarm
Relay 1 Alarm (inverse)
E2 Timer contact – closes,
opens
Relay 2 Door closed and locked
E3 Intruder alarm system Relay 3 Electric strike/motorised
lock
E4 Fire alarm system (inverse)
Relay 4 Door drive – activation
Function
Tamper monitoring As alarm contact (closer)
inverse The input is closed during operation
and an output relay is activated.
On a signal, the contact opens and
the relay drops.
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1-contact,.tamper.loop,.emergency.power
To control an escape route door with 1-contact operation, emergency power
function monitoring and operating element 1380, 1332-10/11.
Inputs Function Outputs Function
E1 1-contact – lock, temporary release, acknowledge alarm
Relay 1 Alarm (inverse)
E2 Emergency power mode
(inverse)
Relay 2 Door closed and locked
E3 Fault – emergency power
supply (inverse)
Relay 3 Electric strike/motorised
lock
E4 Fire alarm system (inverse)
Relay 4 Door drive – activation
Function
Tamper monitoring As a detection loop (inverse)
inverse The input is closed during operation
and an output relay is activated.
On a signal, the contact opens and
the relay drops.
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1-contact,.tamper.contact.1337-xx,.emergency.power
To control an escape route door with 1-contact operation, emergency power
function monitoring and operating element 1337-xx, 1332-70.
Inputs Function Outputs Function
E1 1-contact – lock, temporary release, acknowledge alarm
Relay 1 Alarm (inverse)
E2 Emergency power mode
(inverse)
Relay 2 Door closed and locked
E3 Fault – emergency power
supply (inverse)
Relay 3 Electric strike/motorised
lock
E4 Fire alarm system (inverse)
Relay 4 Door drive – activation
Function
Tamper monitoring As alarm contact (closer)
inverse The input is closed during operation
and an output relay is activated.
On a signal, the contact opens and
the relay drops.
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Temporary.release,.SW.time.delay,.tamper.loop
To control an escape route door with temporary release, SW time delay and operating element 1380, 1332-10/11.
Inputs Function Outputs Function
E1 External temporary
release
Relay 1 Alarm (inverse)
E2 Timer contact – closes,
opens
Relay 2 Door closed and locked
E3 Intruder alarm system Relay 3 Electric strike/motorised
lock
E4 Fire alarm system (inverse)
Relay 4 Door drive – activation
Function
Tamper monitoring As a detection loop (inverse)
inverse The input is closed during operation
and an output relay is activated.
On a signal, the contact opens and
the relay drops.
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Temporary.release,.SW.time.delay,.tamper.contact.1337-xx
To control an escape route door with temporary release, SW time delay and operating element 1337-xx, 1332-70.
Inputs Function Outputs Function
E1 External temporary
release
Relay 1 Alarm (inverse)
E2 Timer contact – closes,
opens
Relay 2 Door closed and locked
E3 Intruder alarm system Relay 3 Electric strike/motorised
lock
E4 Fire alarm system (inverse)
Relay 4 Door drive – activation
Function
Tamper monitoring As alarm contact (closer)
inverse The input is closed during operation
and an output relay is activated.
On a signal, the contact opens and
the relay drops.
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Temporary.release,.SW.time.delay,.tamper.loop,.emergency.power
To control an escape route door with temporary release, SW time delay, emergency power function monitoring and operating element 1380, 1332-10/11.
Inputs Function Outputs Function
E1 External temporary
release
Relay 1 Alarm (inverse)
E2 Emergency power mode
(inverse)
Relay 2 Door closed and locked
E3 Fault – emergency power
supply (inverse)
Relay 3 Electric strike/motorised
lock
E4 Fire alarm system (inverse)
Relay 4 Door drive – activation
Function
Tamper monitoring As a detection loop (inverse)
inverse The input is closed during operation
and an output relay is activated.
On a signal, the contact opens and
the relay drops.
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Temporary.release,.SW.time.delay,.tamper.contact.1337-xx,.emergency.
power
To control an escape route door with temporary release, SW time delay, emergency power function monitoring and operating element 1337-xx, 1332-70.
Inputs Function Outputs Function
E1 External temporary
release
Relay 1 Alarm (inverse)
E2 Emergency power mode
(inverse)
Relay 2 Door closed and locked
E3 Fault – emergency power
supply (inverse)
Relay 3 Electric strike/motorised
lock
E4 Fire alarm system (inverse)
Relay 4 Door drive – activation
Function
Tamper monitoring As alarm contact (closer)
inverse The input is closed during operation
and an output relay is activated.
On a signal, the contact opens and
the relay drops.
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The following procedure serves as an example of how you use the menu and
value buttons on the device to set and save the pre-alarm time as 20 seconds.
Menu.items Display Description
Starting.the.configuration.mode
1
2
1. Press any menu button.
AL.-.Alarm.indicator
2. Press menu button 2 four
times until menu
is displayed.
04.Pre-alarm.time 3. Use the value buttons to
set the desired value (20
seconds).
4. Press menu button 2 to
move to the next menu.
05.Alarm.time 5. Do not navigate or make
any entries for more than
a minute.
 The device automatically
switches to operating
mode and the display is
switched off.
Example configuration
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Delayed.release.after.the.EMERGENCY-OPEN.button.is.presses
Concept
If a terminal with an EMERGENCY-OPEN button is used instead of an operating
unit, this can be used to locally request an indirect release and alert the main
control centre’s security staff to check the doors by means of an alarm. This ensures hazardous situations are detected more quickly and enhances operational
reliability.
The EMERGENCY-OPEN delay postpones an EMERGENCY-OPEN request for a
specified time, so that security staff can check and decide whether or not it is
legitimate.
The EMERGENCY button on doors thus serves here as an alarm device.
Note
The EMERGENCY-OPEN delay may only be used on escape routes where there is
a permanently manned control centre and an EMERGENCY-OPEN control panel
(indirect unlocking).
Operational.sequence
1. EMERGENCY-OPEN button is pressed.
 An audible alarm is triggered but the door remains locked.
 The display flashes red.
 An audible alarm is emitted on the bus control panel in the permanently
manned control centre.
The operator now decides whether the EMERGENCY-OPEN request is legitimate.
If so, the door can be opened using the centrally-controlled EMERGENCY-OPEN
button (indirect release).
If the special ‘Delayed unlocking after EMERGENCY-OPEN activation’ function has
been selected in FTManager or set using a profile (see ), you can re-trigger the
delay time one or more times (depending on the configuration). ), you can retrigger the delay time one or more times (depending on the configuration).
If you do not do this, the door automatically opens after the set delay time.
Special function
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Schematic.diagram
Tableau 925 BSM
Bus-Repeater 901-35
Tableau 925 BSM
Bus-Repeater 901-35
2
2
BMA
EMA
RS 232
Security-speci c activation
Note
Security-related doors are unlocked on the bus control panel in the permanently
manned control centre and not at the doors themselves!
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Flowchart
Door secured (exit blocked)
EMERGENCY BUTTON pressed
FT Manager
Delay time 1
FT Manager
Delay time 2
Central EMERGENCY-OPEN
Conditions valid for resetting?
Reset
Signal to permanently manned control centre
Release door
No Yes
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The individual components should be appropriately checked.
Description Yes No
Does the installed locking element comply with the guidelines for electronic locking systems in escape route doors?
 
Do the controls comply with the guidelines for electronic
locking systems in escape route doors?
 
Does the operating device comply with the guidelines for
electronic locking systems in escape route doors?
 
Do you have the fitting and installation instructions?  
Do you have the form for checking the locking system for
escape doors before initial commissioning?
 
In.the.case.of.external.power.supply.to.the.locking.
system.or.parts.thereof:
Does the power supply unit comply with EN 60 950 (does it
feature the CE mark)?
 
The general installation conditions should be checked.
Description Yes No
The locking element does not restrict the door headroom
to less than 200 cm?
 
Does the emergency button position comply with local
building legislation specifications and the guidelines for
electrical locking devices for doors in escape routes?
 
Is the 'EMERGENCY BUTTON' sign present and correctly
affixed?
 
If.the.locking.unit.is.installed.on.fire.and/or.smoke.doors:
Do the locking element’s position and installation method
comply with the door manufacturer’s verification of suitability specifications?
 
Check list – Checks before initial commissioning
Components
Installation
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Locking
1. Close the door
2. Activate the locking element.
Description Yes No
Is the red indicator on the operating element illuminated?  
Is the door securely locked? (test manually)  
Temporary.release
1. Activate the temporary release.
Description Yes No
Is the green LED on 720-40 flashing 9:1?  
Is the door unlocked? (Test manually)  
Pre-alarm
1. Open the door and keep open.
Description Yes No
After the door monitoring time ends, does an audible alarm
sound as an audible intermittent signal, which becomes
shorter in accordance with the amount of time that has
passed?
 
On 720-40 is the yellow LED flashing 1:1 and the green
LED flashing 9:1?
 
2. Close the door
Description Yes No
Is the door securely locked? (test manually)  
Is the red LED on 720-40 illuminated?  
Function
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3. Activate the temporary release.
4. Open the door and keep it open for longer than the pre-alarm time.
Description Yes No
Has the danger alarm (audible alarm signal) been
triggered?
 
Is the yellow LED on 720-40 flashing 1:1?  
Is the green LED on 720-40 illuminated?  
5. Close the door
6. Reset the alarm.
Description Yes No
Is the green LED on 720-40 illuminated?  
Is the door unlocked? (Test manually)  
7. Activate the locking system.
Permanent.release
1. Activate the permanent release.
Description Yes No
Is the door unlocked? (Test manually)  
Can the door be opened without using considerable effort?  
Is the green LED on 720-40 illuminated?  
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Danger.alarm
1. Activate the locking system.
2. Press the emergency button on the operating element or the control panel
(in the case of indirect release).
Description Yes No
Is the door released without a delay?  
Can the door be opened without using considerable effort?  
Is the yellow LED on 720-40 flashing 1:1?  
Is the green LED on 720-40 illuminated?  
Is the audible alarm signal activated?  
Is the emergency button flashing?  
3. Unlock the emergency button.
4. Reset the alarm.
Description Yes No
Is the green LED on 720-40 illuminated?  
Does the audible alarm signal switch off?  
Is the emergency button illuminated?  
Tamper.alarm.on.the.key.switch.module
1. Activate the locking system.
2. Remove the cover from the key switch module.
Description Yes No
Is the red LED on 720-40 illuminated?  
Is the yellow LED on 720-40 flashing 1:1?  
Does the audible alarm signal remain active?  
Does the door remain locked? (Test manually)  
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3. Replace the cover on the key switch module.
Description Yes No
Is the red LED on 720-40 illuminated?  
Is the yellow LED on 720-40 flashing 1:1?  
Does the audible alarm signal remain active?  
Does the door remain locked? (Test manually)  
4. Reset the alarm.
If.a.danger.alarm.system.such.as.a.fire.alarm.system.is.activated .
1. Activate the locking system.
Description Yes No
Is the red LED on 720-40 illuminated?  
Is the door securely locked? (Test manually)  
2. Open the fail-unlocked loop in the danger alarm system.
Description Yes No
Is the door released without a delay?  
Can the door be opened without using considerable effort?  
Is the green LED on 720-40 illuminated?  
Is the yellow LED on 720-40 flashing 1:1?  
Is the audible alarm signal activated?  
3. Reset the alarm on the key switch.
4. Close the fail-unlocked loop in the danger alarm system.
Description Yes No
Is the red LED on 720-40 illuminated?  
Does the audible alarm signal switch off?  
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A.technical.specialist.must:
1. carry out an annual inspection of escape route doors with electric locking
systems.
2. issue an inspection certificate, which the building operator must submit to
the building inspection authorities if required.
Note
These instructions are standard specifications. As the use of escape route locking
systems is regulated by the individual states, the applicable state building legislation and inspection regulations for technical systems must be observed.
The escape door control unit is maintenance-free. If faults which are not caused
by faulty installation or fitting occur during operation or during one of the
compulsory inspections, the device in question should be taken out of service
immediately and sent to the manufacturer to be checked.
The maintenance-free nature of the devices does not release building operators
from their obligation to regularly inspect escape door locking systems.
Maintenance
Annual inspection
Maintenance
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If you remove the device’s housing, you can use the alarm numbers shown to
allocate the corresponding alarms and messages.
Alarm acknowledged yes/no
Alarm present yes/no
Alarm cause
Alarm.number Alarm/Information Priority
Emergency button pressed 1.
Fire alarm system 1.
Protective cover opened 2
By a door contact when a door is forced
open
2
When the cover on the key switch module is removed
2
When the locking element is tampered
with
2
Door open for too long 2
Device or E/A module offline 3
Central EMERGENCY-OPEN activated 3
Centrally operated release 3
Alarm/Information on 720-40
Messages
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Alarm.number Status
Alarm present
Alarm not present
Alarm has been acknowledged
Alarm has not been acknowledged
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Note
The power supply unit must comply with the limits established in IEC/EN 60950
with regards to limited capacity power sources. The maximum output rating
must be limited to 100 W.
In the case of power supplies >100 W, a pre-fuse rated at 4 A for 24 V DC or 8 A
for 12 V DC must be provided.
Electrical.data
Description Value
Input voltage range
(ext. power supply)
12 V DC -15% to 24 V DC +15%
Controlled DC voltage
(Low safety voltage)
max. intrinsic current consumption at
12 V DC
Approx. 150 mA
max. Intrinsic current consumption at
24 V DC
Approx. 100 mA
Input voltage range
(Terminals X2/3, X4/1,3,5,7 )
Low– Active (0V)
Input voltage range
(Terminal X2/5)
+12 V -15% to +24 V +15%
Controlled DC voltage
(Low safety voltage)
Contact loading capacity (relay) with
ohmic load (X5, X6)
30 V / 1 A
Contact loading capacity (relay) with
inductive load (X5, X6)
30 V / 1 A
Contact loading capacity output
Locking element (X2/1,2)
max. 2 A (secured with PTC)
Protective measure
Protection rating according to DIN/EN
60529
Low safety voltage
IP30
Technical data
Escape door control unit
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Mechanical.data
Description Value
Operating temperature range -20°C to +40°C
Storage temperature range -20°C to +60°C
Environmental conditions Relative humidity 0 – 95%,
Non-condensating
Installation dimensions 159 x 90/42 mm
Top hat rail housing, 9 modules
Originally part of ZEISS IKON AG
founded in 1926, IKON is ASSA ABLOY's
most successful brand for locking and
security technology in Germany. The
IKON brand produces state-of-the-art
products and solutions at the cutting
edge of technology. The brand product
range includes high-quality mechanical and mechatronic locking cylinders,
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Founded as a precision engineering
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ASSA ABLOY Sicherheitstechnik GmbH
is the professional partner worldwide
in mechanical and electromechanical
security solutions for safety, security
and convenience in buildings.
The company develops, produces
and markets high-quality products
and multi-purpose systems under
the established IKON and effeff brand
names for the private, commercial and
public sectors.
ASSA ABLOY is the world’s leading
manufacturer and supplier of locking
solutions and safety systems, which
fulfil customers’ exacting requirements
with regard to safety, protection and
usability. With over 30,000 employees,
the Group achieves annual sales of over
3 billion euros
ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated
to satisfying end-user
needs for security, safety
and convenience.
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72458 Albstadt Germany
albstadt @ assaabloy.de
Tel. + 497431 123-0
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