This operation mode is intended for connecting one or two networked lock cylinders, which control relay outputs.
An example use case is an alarmed door, or a door where a magnet lock is bypassed by a valid key insertion to the lock cylinder.
Opening the cylinder with a valid key, or activating the push button, activates the relay output that bypasses the door magnet contact, or opens the magnet lock, for a fixed time of 30 seconds.
In this case:
The Door Module is not programmed.
Relay outputs K1 and K2 cannot be calendar-controlled. The idea is to prevent bypassing an alarmed door from iLOQ Manager.
Door status cannot be connected.
The table below describes the inputs controlling outputs K1 and K2, and whether the outputs are calendar-controllable.
Table 1. Operation Mode 1
You can deploy this installation according to the instructions in Connecting a Remotely Managed Lock Cylinder. However, set the OPTIONS dip switches as follows: