Extras

 

 


2005M3 Smart Pac III

CODE: 2005M3

2006P Plug In Buzzer

CODE: 2006P

150 Strike Latch Guard

CODE: 150

Price: $55.33

Extends life of electric strikes

Also called the Smart Pac, this is the most popular add-on for electric strikes (works with all brands)






Price: $28.75

Plug-In Buzzer for Electric Strikes

Plug in accessory that causes electric strike to buzz when activated (works with all brands).






Price: $61.33

HES 150 Strike Latch Guard installs on the outside of the door frame. It covers the latch and electric strike to protect from outside intrusion.

Optional add-on for HES electric strikes






 
152 Universal Mounting Tabs

CODE: 152

154-MTK Metal Template Kit

CODE: 154-MTK

 

Price: $17.09

Mounting Tab kit used for the inside of metal frames (aluminum and hollow metal).

Optional add-on for HES electric strikes






Price: $46.55

For installing the 1006, 5000-501, 5700-501, 7000-701, 7501 (4-7/8'' ANSI jamb preparation only.)

Optional add-on for HES electric strikes






 

About The Smart Pac

The SMART Pac III is an in-line power controller designed to protect and extend the life of HES electric strikes and other ASSA ABLOY electrified products. The built-in poly switch and zener diode protect the host system from possible reverse current surges, while a reduced voltage ‘step down’ extends the life of the electric strike by reducing operating temperature. The SMART Pac III can provide a DC output with an input ranging from 10.5 to 33 VDC or 10.5 to 30 RMS AC. The SMART Pac III can also be used to troubleshoot installation problems.

The SMART Pac III’s built-in LED can be used as a simplified voltage meter that indicates the power supply voltage at the installation. In addition, the SMART Pac III has a two-position Slide Switch that matches the SMART Pac III output voltage to the operating voltage of the electric strike. Note: The input voltage must be in range of the voltage required by the electric strike.

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1. Connecting the SMART Pac III: Connect the SMART Pac III to the wires coming from the access control panel as shown on Page 3, using either the 12V or 24V pigtail provided with the HES electric strike.

2. Using SMART Pac III to confirm correct input voltage: Set the SMART Pac’s slide switch to the voltage of the power supply and activate power. The behavior of the SMART Pac’s LED Status Indicator will communicate the following:
 Voltage input, and if it is within the input requirements
 Correct position of the the SMART Pac’s slide switch for the voltage input

3. Resolving Fault Codes: A blinking or unlit LED indicates corrective action is needed.

a. Using the LED STATUS INDICATOR TABLE below determine the appropriate corrective action.
b. Remove power to the SMART Pac III and correct the error condition.
c. Wait 10 seconds and re-power the unit. This will reset the LED indicator.

Warning: The slide switch configures the wiring to the electric strike. It does not control the SMART PAC III’s voltage output and will not prevent an overload condition if set improperly. The voltage rating of the electric strike must match the voltage output of the power supply (e.g.: Use a 24 Volt strike if you have a power supply rated at 24 Volts.)

If using an electric strike and/or additional devices in series with a single SMART PAC III, do not exceed a current rating of 750 MA at 25 C.

4. Connecting the Electric Strike: With no power supplied to the SMART Pac III, connect the electric strike. Verify the operation of the electric strike and a steady LED color when power is present.

LED Color= Input Condition Ourput Condition Corrective Action
Steady Green 10.5-21V* 15VDC MAX  STEPPING TO 9= VDC NONE REQUIRED
Steady Yellow 21-33V* 30VDC MAX STEPPING TO 18VDC NONE REQUIRED
Offor Blinking Green TOO LOW (min.10.5V) ~0 INCREASE VOLTAGE
Blinking Yellow TOO HIGH (>33V) ~0 DECREASE VOLTAGE
Blinking Yellow / Green ANY WRONG SLIDE SWITCH POSITION CHANGE SLIDE SWITCH POSITION
Blinking Yellow / Green ANY DOWNSTREAM SHORT FIND AND REMOVE SHORT
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