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Sure Fi Wiegand Manual

Doc #P10226 Rev 2.2

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Quick Startup


The two units that are packaged together are factory paired and will only communicate with each other.

Check initial operation

Connect a 9V battery (not included) to the 9V cable (included) and plug the two-position connector in to the Wiegand Controller and Remote Interfaces at the ‘12V’ and ‘GND’ positions on the bottom edge connector. Once both units are powered up, the green POWER LED should be ON steady on each unit. Press and quickly release the ‘TEST’ button on either unit to test communication between the two units. One or more of the blue LEDs should light up for one second to indicate that successful communication has occurred.

Perform a Range-Test from the desired install locations

With the 9V batteries plugged in to each of the units, place them at the desired install location points and perform a Range-Test by pressing and quickly releasing the ‘TEST’ button. The received signal strength is displayed for one second on the six blue LEDs with the bottom LED indicating the minimum signal strength and all six LEDs indicating maximum signal strength.

Connect to permanent power

Before connecting each unit to the permanent power source, ensure that it is a 12VDC supply that can source at least 1 ampere to the unit. Connect the power at each unit and perform several Range-Tests to check for adequate input power. If the green ‘Power’ and ‘Battery’ LED’s begin flashing in an alternating pattern, or if the unit resets, then an alternate 12VDC power source should be tried.

Wire the input and output functions

Using the wiring examples on pages 25 – 31 for reference, wire the required devices at each unit.


The maximum voltage that can be applied to any input or output pin (D0, D1, LED, AUX, R1IN – R4IN) is 5VDC.

Part Numbers

DS004-BRIDGEWiegand Bridge system: includes 1 ea. DS004-CONTROLLER and DS004-REMOTE
DS004-CONTROLLERWiegand Controller Interface
DS004-REMOTE (REV2)Wiegand Remote Interface


The Sure-Fi DS004-BRIDGE Wiegand Bridge System consists of two units that are factory paired and ready to use out of the box with no configuration required. These units are the Controller Interface, Model DS004- CONTROLLER, and the Remote Interface, Model DS004-REMOTE. The system provides a wireless connection (bridge) from a remote location (door, gate, or relay device), to the controller location, such as an Access Control Panel. The Controller Interface wires to the Access Control Panel and communicates wirelessly to the Remote Interface, which is placed near any peripheral Wiegand device (card reader / keypad / receiver)and/or any relay/switch activated device. Each DS004-BRIDGE System consists of one Wiegand channel, two relay outputs and two relay inputs for functions such as door monitor sensors/request to exit inputs or any other relay-controlled function. Each unit has two relay outputs that correspond with the two relay inputs from the paired unit. The relays can be used independently and exclusively, meaning that it is not necessaryto use the Wiegand input to use the relays. The Sure-Fi App provides for configuration, diagnostics, and field firmware updates.




Key Features

General Specifications

Operating Voltage:12VDC
Operating Current:& 12VDC: 0.05A idle, 0.3A transmit. A 2A rated supply is recommended.
Operating Power:3.6 Watt (peak)
Battery backup:12V sealed lead acid (SLA) type only (12V/12AH for UL 294)
Battery Low Threshold:< 11VDC
Battery Charge Voltage:13.75V maximum at standby charge
Battery Charge Current:Trickle charge, 0.125A maximum at low battery voltage level
Relay Inputs (each unit):Two relay control inputs: dry contact or digital 0 to 5VDC interface
Relays - Controller Interface:Two Form C relays: 30VDC / 30VAC, 1A, 60W/ 125VA
Relays - Remote Interface:Two Form C solid state relays: 30VDC / 30VAC, 1A || Max combined current 2A, Inductive
Relays - Remote Interface (Wet):10.42-12VDC special application, 1A Inductive (Logic, Relays JP1/JP2 and VBUS: 2A combined)
AUX Input/Output:Input: dry contact or 0 to 5VDC interface. Output: 0V to 5VDC
Wiegand/Reader Power (VBUS)Remote Interface VBUS: 10.7 - 12VDC special application, 0.75A
Range:Up to 1 mile through obstructions. Greater than 50 miles line-of-sight
Operating Temperature:-40°F to +185°F (-40°C to +85°C), (0°C to +49°C verified by UL)
Storage Temperature:-67°F to +257°F (-55°C to +125°C)
Humidity:0 to 85% non-condensing
Dimensions (L x W x H):3.54” x 4.23” x 1.28” (90mm x 107mm x 32.5mm)
DIN mount type:35mm DIN rail (DIN46277-3) / (DIN35)
Degree of Protection:IP20 to IEC/EN 60529

Radio Transceiver Specifications

Transmit Power:1 Watt (30dBm)
Frequency Band:902 – 928MHz
Channels:72 (Frequency hopping)
Receiver Sensitivity:-133dBm
Link Budget:163dB

UL Information

Table 1: UL Classification and Standards:

Product Type:Security Subassemblies
Product Covered:USL, CNL: Model DS004-BRIDGE (includes one each of part number: DS004-CONTROLLER and DS004-REMOTE) To be installed in separately Listed enclosures.

Table 2: UL 294 Performance levels

ModelDestructive AttackLine SecurityEnduranceStandby Power

Table 3: System configuration:

System ElementDescription
Wiegand Bridge (part number: DS004-BRIDGE)Wireless Link
Power supplyUL 294 or UL 603, power limited, power supply. || 12V,12Ah battery connected directly to the bridges.
Access Control PanelEvaluated for Wiegand 26 bit
Access control reader (optional)Evaluated for Wiegand 26 bit

UL 294 installation requirements:

Instalation Standards:

Note: The following items not evaluated by UL:

Device Overview

Figure 1: Sure-Fi bridge mounted in UL listed Polycase. Green shaded areas indicate where to place conduit fittings through case as to not interfere with the Sure-Fi bridge or the battery.

Figure 1

Figure 2: Overview, Wiegand Controller Interface

Figure 2

Figure 3: Overview, Wiegand Remote Interface

Figure 3

Controller Interface Connectors

Table 4: Top Edge Connector P1. See Figure 2 for connector location and pin numbers

P11 (right end)R4 NCRelay 4 Normally-Closed terminal
P12R4 COMRelay 4 Common terminal
P13R4 NORelay 4 Normally-Open terminal
P14R2 INRelay 2 control: activates Relay 2 on Remote unit
P15GNDDC Ground
P16R1 INRelay 1 control: activates Relay 1 on Remote unit
P17GNDDC Ground
P18R3 NCRelay 3 Normally-Closed terminal
P19R3 COMRelay 3 Common terminal
P110 (left end)R3 NORelay 3 Normally-Open terminal

Table 5: Bottom Edge Connector P2. See Figure 2 for connector location and pin numbers

P21 (left end)12V+ DC input
P22GND- DC input
P23BAT+Battery backup positive terminal ’+’ connection. 12V SLA type battery only.
P24GND- DC input
P25NCNot Connected
P26GND- DC input (Wiegand Ground connection)
P27D0Wiegand D0 connection (5.0VDC maximum connection)
P28D1Wiegand D1 connection (5.0VDC maximum connection)
P29LEDDevice LED connection (5.0VDC maximum connection)
P210 (right end)AUX-0UTAUX-OUT corresponds with input AUX-IN on the REMOTE INTERFACE.

Remote Interface Connectors

Table 6: Top Edge Connector P1. See Figure 3 for connector location and pin numbers

P11 (right end)R2 NCRelay 2 Normally-Closed terminal
P12R2 COMRelay 2 Common terminal
P13R2 NORelay 2 Normally-Open terminal
P14R4 INRelay 4 control: activates Relay 4 on Controller unit
P15GND- DC input
P16R3 INRelay 3 control: activates Relay 3 on Controller unit
P17GND- DC input
P18R1 NCRelay 1 Normally-Closed terminal
P19R1 COMRelay 1 Common terminal
P110 (left end)R1 NORelay 1 Normally-Open terminal

Table 7: Bottom Edge Connector P2. See Figure 3 for connector location and pin numbers

P21 (left end)12V+ DC input
P22GND- DC input
P23BAT+Battery backup positive terminal ’+’ connection. 12V SLA type battery only.
P24GND- DC input
P25VBUS+ voltage output for Wiegand device (See Figure 6)
P26GND- DC input (Wiegand Ground connection)
P27D0Wiegand D0 connection (5.0VDC maximum connection)
P28D1Wiegand D1 connection (5.0VDC maximum connection)
P29LEDDevice LED connection (5.0VDC maximum connection)
P210 (right end)AUX-INAUX-IN corresponds with the output AUX-OUT on the CONTROLLER INTERFACE.

Providing Power

Each unit requires a 12VDC supply that is rated for at least 1A. If a Maglock, Door Strike, or other device is to be powered through an on-board wet relay, then the additional power required for those devices will need to be considered when selecting a power supply. A battery backup can be connected as shown if needed.

Figure 4: Backup Battery Connection

Figure 4

Battery Backup Charging and UPS Functionality

The Controller and Remote Interfaces both provide a charging voltage for a 12V sealed lead acid battery backup and they also have uninterruptable power supply (UPS) functionality. The UPS will automatically switch to the battery backup whenever the 12VIN wall power goes out and will then switch back to the 12VIN wall power when it returns.

Power and Battery LED Diagnostics/Flash codes

The two green LED’s that are labeled ‘POWER’ and ‘BATTERY’ are used to provide the status of the 12VDC input power and the Battery input voltage. The LED status information is described here:

Power Status: POWER LED (see note 1)

ONAcceptable input voltage range.
Slow Flash (1Hz)Detected input voltage is below 7VDC. Check for proper input voltage
Fast Flash (2Hz)Detected input voltage is above 15VDC. Check for proper input voltage
OFFNo input power or device not functioning properly

Battery Status: BATTERY LED (see note 1)

ONBattery voltage normal
Slow Flash (1Hz)Low battery voltage. Battery voltage is less than 11.0VDC
Fast Flash (2Hz)Battery voltage high. Maximum Battery voltage is 13.8VDC
OFFNo battery connected: Detected battery voltage is less than 1VDC


  1. The POWER LED and BATTERY LED will flash in an alternating pattern if the input voltage drops too low during a radio transmission and is an indication that the power supply being used is not able to source the required current transient during a radio transmission.


Jumpers JP1 / JP2 are used to connect the relay COM terminal to either GND or +VBUS. Connecting the jumper to the +VBUS creates a wet relay contact that can be used to source power to a device. JP1 is for Relay 1, JP2 is for Relay 2. Figure 5 shows the pinout of JP1/JP2. Use the supplied Jumper to connect the common terminal to either the – (GND) or the +(VBUS) pins if required for the desired Application. The + VBUS is the same voltage that is present on the power input at the +12VDC input, or if the Backup battery is in use, on BAT+. The Remote Interface is delivered with the supplied Jumpers on JP1 and JP2 set for a dry relay (COM not connected to either GND or +VBUS), see Figure 6.

Figure 5: JP1 / JP2 Pinout

Figure 5

Figure 6: Diagram of Power Input, +VBUS, and JP1/JP2 functionality

Figure 6


Operating the relays

The relay outputs are operated by the corresponding relay inputs that are on the paired unit. For example, to activate Relay 1 on the Remote Interface, the Relay 1 input (R1 IN) on the Controller Interface must be shorted to ground (0VDC) using either a dry relay contact, a switch, or a digital voltage 0 to 5VDC interface. This can be tested by connecting a switch to the Controller Interface R1 IN and GND or connecting them to an access panel output relay NO and COM terminals. When the switch or the access panel output relay closes, the R1 IN will be put to GND (0V) and will cause the Relay 1 output on the Remote Interface to activate.

Relay In/out control

Relay 1 & 2 Outputs located on the Remote Interface: operated by R1 IN & R2 IN on the Controller Interface.

Relay 3 & 4 Outputs located on the Controller Interface: operated by R3 IN & R4 IN on the Remote Interface.

Wiegand Port


The maximum voltage that can be connected to the Wiegand D0, D1, and LED lines is 5VDC. Connecting a voltage higher than 5VDC can cause permanent damage.

Connecting Wiegand Port at the Remote Interface (see Figure 11)

Connect D0, D1, LED (if required) and GND from the Wiegand device to the Remote Interface. The power for the Wiegand device can be supplied from a separate supply or it can be supplied from the Remote Interface by connecting the ‘VBUS’ output to the power input of the Wiegand device. Before connecting power, ensure voltage compatibility and power requirements of the supply are adequate to power both the Remote Interface and the Wiegand device.

Connecting Wiegand Port at the Controller Interface (see Figure 12)

Connect D0, D1, and GND from the Controller Interface to the Wiegand input terminals of the control panel. The LED input does not need to be connected, see ‘Wiegand LED’ section below for more information.

Wiegand LED

The control of the Wiegand LED output is configurable using the Sure-Fi App. By default, the LED output at the Remote Interface follows Relay 1 which means that when Relay 1 is activated, the LED output will change states from an output-high (5V) to an output-low (0V) while Relay 1 is activated. Using the Sure-Fi App, the LED can be configured to follow either Relay 1 (default), Relay 2, or the LED input on the Controller Interface. With the default set at Relay 1, it assumes that Relay 1 is being used for the access entry point (Door Strike/Maglock/Gate Operator). When a valid credential is presented at the Wiegand device, the Access Panel will grant access by activating an Output relay that must be connected to the Relay 1 ‘R1 IN’ on the Controller Interface unit. When Relay 1 is activated at the Remote Interface the LED output changes to 0V which changes the LED color on the Wiegand device. With this default, the LED connection on the Controller Interface does not need to be connected to the access panel because the Wiegand LED follow’s Relay 1.

Auxiliary Input/Output (AUX IN / AUX OUT)

The Auxiliary input AUX-IN on the Remote Interface corresponds with the Auxiliary output AUX OUT on the Controller Interface. The AUX IN is interfaced in the same way as the Relay inputs, by shorting it to GND (0VDC) using either a dry relay contact, a switch, or a digital voltage 0 to 5VDC interface. When AUX IN is put at 0VDC, the AUX OUT on the Controller Interface will change states from a logic-high level (~5VDC) to a logic low level (0VDC).

The Test Push Button (Range Test)

Range Test: Pressing and releasing the ‘Test’ button quickly initiates the Range Test. The Range Test feature is used to test the signal strength of the radio transceiver with the paired unit and displays the results of a received transmission on the six blue LEDs, these are labeled ‘Signal Strength LEDS (1 – 6)’ in Figure 2. Maximum signal strength is indicated when LEDs 1 through 6 all flash ON and minimum signal strength is indicated when only LED 1 flashes ON.


  1. POWER and BATTERY LEDS: these two LEDs provide power and battery input status information. See the ‘LED Diagnostics’ section for more information.
  2. Rx LED: The Rx LED will flash ON once briefly when a Sure-Fi radio transmission is received.
  3. Tx LED: The Tx LED will flash ON once briefly upon a radio transmission. The Tx LED will flash ON only on the unit that initiates the transmission.
  4. Relay 1 – 4 LED’s: The Blue LED’s on each unit below the Relay outputs will illuminate when the corresponding Relay is in the energized state.


The radio antenna is created using copper traces on both sides of the PC Board. Use caution when handling and mounting the unit to ensure that no damage (scratches, etc) occurs to the PC Board/Antenna. Additionally, for best performance, keep cables and wiring away from the antenna and mount the unit oriented with the antenna upwards.


The top and bottom connectors are 10-position, 3.5mm EURO type. The mating plug is Molex pn 39500-0010. Wire Range: 16 to 30AWG stranded or solid. Wire strip length 0.250”. Recommended screwdriver: slotted blade 0.98” (2.5mm) width. To install a wire, turn the screw counter-clockwise 3 or 4 turns, insert the wire and hold in place while tightening the screw. When complete, pull on the wire to ensure that it is tightened adequately.

Chain multiple system pairs for extended range

If a single paired system is unable to communicate from the desired two endpoints, a second paired system can be used to create a ‘chain’ to extend the range. If required, many paired systems can be ‘chained’ together for extremely difficult installations. To accomplish this, each paired system in the chain is wired to another paired system to pass the signals between them (see Figure 7 for a wiring diagram).

Figure 7: Chained systems wiring diagram

Figure 7


DIN Rail mount

DIN rail mounting allows the unit to easily clip and unclip from the DIN rail. Attach a piece (minimum 4” length) of 35mm type DIN rail to the wall and then snap the unit to the DIN rail or slide it on from the end.

The unit will snap in to place by putting the top retaining tabs on to the DIN rail first, then pressing the bottom on to the DIN rail until it snaps in to place, the bottom DIN clip may need to be pressed upward to seat into its locked position. To remove the unit from the DIN rail, use a small screwdriver, insert in to the bottom DIN rail clip and pull gently down and outward until the unit releases from the DIN rail.

Screw mount

The DIN rail clips on the base of the enclosure case can be snapped outward to allow for screw mounting of the case. Mount using only the single bottom DIN clip and the top DIN clip that is located on the side below connector P1. Do not use the DIN clip located behind the antenna. See Figures 8, 9, and 10.


If mounting the unit to metal, take note that metal shavings that are created can drop into the unit and damage the electronics. To avoid any metal shavings from dropping down in to the case, it is recommended to remove the top DIN clip completely from the base and secure it to the wall first, then slide the case on to the DIN clip. The second screw can then be secured through the bottom DIN clip without removing the clip. #8 self-drilling screws are recommended. Do not use any screw that is larger than a #8 size.

Figure 8: The two DIN clips are shown pressed outward and ready for screw mounting:

Figure 8

Figure 9: The top screw is shown mounted through the DIN clip to the wall:

Figure 9

Figure 10: The bottom screw is shown mounted through the black DIN clip to the wall:

Figure 10

Sure-Fi App

The Sure-Fi App for iOS and Android allows for firmware updates, configuration and customization as well as for some diagnostics and troubleshooting information. The App is continually being updated to provide for more information and features and to improve its ease of use. To download, search for ‘Sure-Fi’ and then download and install. The key features of the App are:

Using the Sure-Fi App


The Sure-Fi App uses the Bluetooth on the user’s phone to connect to the Bridge’s onboard Bluetooth interface. To use the App, be sure that the Controller or Remote Interface is powered ON, then open the App, then scan the QR code that is on the unit next the ‘TEST’ button. The Status will show ‘Connecting’, then after a pause it will say “Hold Test button on the Bridge for 5 seconds”. If the connection is successful, the status will show ‘Status: Connected’ and all the features of the App will be available for use.

Firmware Updating


Firmware updates must be completed on both the Controller and Remote Interface when updating the firmware of either side. The Bridge pair may operate erratically or be non-functional until both sides have been updated to a new firmware version. If updating firmware on one side, plan to immediately go to the other side and perform the same firmware update.

A data connection must be available on the device (phone) that the Sure-FI App is running on. Be sure that the App remains connected to the Bridge unit during the update process which usually takes a couple minutes to complete. After connecting to the Bridge unit with the App, select ‘Update Firmware’ from the menu. The ‘Update Firmware’ screen will show the current firmware versions and show if a newer released version is available. Select ‘Start Firmware Update” to begin the updating process. A notification will be given when the update is complete. When complete, close the App and then power-cycle the unit.

Configuration of the Wiegand LED

The default setting for the Wiegand LED is for the LED output of the Remote unit to follow Relay 1. The LED can be set to follow either Relay 2 or to follow the LED input on the Controller Interface unit.

Setting the System Heartbeat time

The system Heartbeat is the time interval when the system will automatically perform a system status check if there have not been radio communications between the units during that time. The Heartbeat timer is reset each time any successful transmission occurs between units during regular usage. The Heartbeat system status check verifies communication between units and that all output states correspond correctly with the given inputs. If a unit does not receive the Heartbeat, it will continue to attempt communications and it will keep all outputs set at their current state unless any of the outputs have been set for fail-safe values using the App. In that case, the unit will set the output values as configured when the set time interval is reached. The Heartbeat time interval and the number of Heartbeats that can be missed are configurable with the App.

Setting a Relay default state, timeout, and setting an Alert Relay

This feature is defaulted from the factory as disabled. With Relay default state disabled, the relays will remain in their current state during any time that communications with the paired unit are interrupted. The relays can be set to default as activated or deactivated after a set time interval has passed if communication with the paired unit is interrupted. The time interval is based on multiples of the Heartbeat time. When the time interval is reached, the relay(s) will go to the selected default state (activated or deactivated) as configured in the App and will remain in that state until regular system activity returns. This feature provides a way to define the relay default state if communications between units is interrupted for a period of one or more Heartbeat time intervals and allows for a way to have a relay to be set as an ‘Alert’ Relay to indicate RF communications interruption.


Testing Range and RF communications

Press and release the ‘Test’ button on one of the units and observe the six Signal Strength LEDs. If any of the blue LED 1 through LED 6 lights up momentarily then the transmission between the two units was successful. This establishes that the radio communications between the two units is operational and even with only the LED 1, there is adequate signal strength for proper function.

Wiegand data issues

If there is a problem with the Wiegand data getting through to the access panel, check the following:

  1. 1. Wire the Wiegand outputs (D0, D1, GND) from the Wiegand Controller Interface to the Access Panel.
  2. Wire the Wiegand device to the Wiegand Remote Interface and ensure that the Wiegand device is powered per the manufacturer’s specification.
  3. Test that the Wiegand device and the Access Panel are configured and functioning properly by connecting the Wiegand device directly to the Access Panel and then present a valid credential to the Wiegand device. Verify that the credential is properly accepted by the Panel and that the output relay on the panel is activating.
  4. At both Controller and Remote units, without any wires connected, measure the voltage on D0 and D1 relative to GND. This voltage should be between 3.2V to 3.5V on the Remote Interface and 5.0V on the Controller Interface. These voltages can vary slightly when D0/D1 are connected to a Wiegand device or the Panel Wiegand input. If the voltage is too low, external pullup resistors may be required. See Sure-Fi Application Note AN0135 for details on wiring the pullup resistors.

Wiegand cable runs

  1. If the cable-run from the Wiegand Device to the Remote Interface is longer than 48 inches, it is recommended to use a shielded cable. The shield wire should be connected to the Remote Interface GND terminal.
  2. Do not route the Wiegand data cable next to high voltage power (115/220VAC) lines.

For the best performance between the Controller and Remote units

  1. Power both units with their own dedicated power supply with a minimum of 1A & 12VDC.
  2. Route all cables and wiring away from the area near the Antenna.
  3. Avoid routing cables and wiring over the top of the unit.
  4. Mount both units oriented with the antenna at the top of the unit facing upwards.
  5. Rotating either (or both) of the units may provide an improvement in range.
  6. If additional range is required, avoid placing either unit on or near metal and place each unit at a higher location.

Manually Testing Relays

Each Relay pair can be manually tested to verify operation. Using a jumper wire, short the Relay input, such as R1 IN to GND, then monitor the Relay 1 OUTPUT on the bridge pair unit. This can be done on all four Relay inputs: R1 IN, R2 IN, R3 IN, and R4 IN. Remember, if testing the relays on the Remote Interface REV2 (DS004- REMOTE REV2), that the relays are solid state type and a ‘click’ will not be heard when these two relays activate and so a meter or device would need to be connected to verify relay activation.

Wiring a Wiegand Device

Figure 11: Wiring a Wiegand device to the Remote Interface

Figure 11

Figure 12: Wiring the Panel Wiegand port (and R1 IN & GND for LED operation) to the Wiegand Controller Interface

Figure 12

Wiring a Mag-Lock that is powered with a relay wet contact

Figure 13: Wiring a Maglock to Relay 1 NC as a wet contact on the Remote Interface

Figure 13

Figure 14: Wiring the Panel Door output relay to R1 IN & GND on the Controller Interface

Figure 14

Wiring example for a Door Position Sensor

Figure 15: Wiring a Door Position Sensor to R3 IN on the Remote Interface

Figure 15

Figure 16: Wiring the Panel Door Monitor Input to R3 NO & R3 COM on the Controller Interface

Figure 16

RELAY 4 IN Remote Interface / RELAY 4 OUT Controller Interface

Figure 17: Relay 4 IN wiring a Request to Exit button on the Remote Interface

Figure 17

Figure 18: Relay 4 OUT Wiring at the Controller Interface

Figure 18

Wiring a Door-Strike and a REX push button

Figure 19a: REMOTE wiring of an externally powered Door-Strike (R1 NO), REX button (R4 IN), and Wiegand

Figure 19a

Figure 19b: REMOTE wiring of a Door-Strike powered by the Remote Interface (R1 NO), REX button (R4 IN), and Wiegand

Figure 19b

Figure 20: PANEL wiring for the Door Strike control (R1 IN), REX button (R4 NO), and Wiegand device

Figure 20

Wiring Example for Mag-Lock

Figure 21: REMOTE wiring for an externally powered Maglock (R1 NC), REX button (R4 IN), and Wiegand

Figure 21

Figure 22: PANEL wiring for an externally powered Maglock (R1 IN), REX button (R4 NO), and Wiegand

Figure 22

Wiring example for Gate Operator, REX, and Wiegand

Figure 23: REMOTE wiring for a Gate Operator (R1 NO), REX button (R4 IN), and Wiegand device

Figure 23

Figure 24: PANEL wiring for a Gate Operator (R1 IN), REX button (R4 NO), and Wiegand device

Figure 24

FCC and Industry Canada Regulatory Statements


This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

IMPORTANT! Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

Industry Canada

This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes: (1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, meme si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.

IMPORTANT! Tous les changements ou modifications pas expressément approuvés par la partie responsable de la conformité ont pu vider l’autorité de l’utilisateur pour actioner cet équipment.

47 CFR 15.105- FCC

NOTE: 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:

This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada

FCC Radiation Exposure Statement

This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator and your body.

Important Note:

Radiation Exposure Statement:

This equipment complies with IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator and your body.

Note Importante: (Pour l’utilisation de dispositifs mobiles) Declaration d’exposition aus radiations:

Cet équipement est conforme aux limites d´exposition aux rayonnements IC établies pour un environnement non contrôlé. Cet équipment doit être installé et utilisé avec un mimimum de 20 cm de distance entre la source de rayonnement et votre corps.


The warranty period of this product is 5 years from purchase date, beginning from first power up of the device after purchase. During this period, if the product does not operate correctly, due to a defective component, the product will be repaired or replaced at the sole discretion of Sure-Fi, Inc. This warranty does not extend to the product casing which can be damaged by conditions outside of the control of Sure-Fi, Inc.