Connecting a General Purpose Input

Connecting a General Purpose Input

The general-purpose input is used in conjunction with the programmable input/output feature of the Doors access control software. There are three possible uses for the general-purpose input.

• the primary controller (#1) may be figured for either Global Unlock or Auxiliary A-door RTE. The same input is used for either function.

• the secondary unit may be figured for Auxiliary A-door RTE.

Make the following connections for a Global Unlock input.

Global Unlock Input Connections


Make the following connections for an Auxiliary A-door RTE input.

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