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infinias eIDC

32

 | QUICK START GUIDE

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3

 Important Safety Instructions 

1. Read these instructions.

2. Keep these instructions.

3. Heed all warnings.

4. Follow all instructions.

5. Do not use this apparatus near water.

6. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat 

registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that 
produce heat.

7. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched

particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the points 
where they exit from the apparatus.

8. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

9. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is

required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such
as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled 
or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.

10. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that 

no objects filled with liquids, such as vases shall be placed on the
apparatus.

11. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not 

expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.

12. Installation should be done only by qualified personnel and

conform to all local codes.

13. Unless the unit is specifically marked as a NEMA Type 3, 3R, 3S, 4, 

4X, 6, or 6P enclosure, it is designed for indoor use only and it must
not be installed where exposed to rain and moisture.

14. Make sure that attached devices do not exceed their listed power 

capabilities.

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15. A readily accessible disconnect device shall be incorporated in the 

building installation wiring.

16. The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall 

be easily accessible. 

Supplementary Instructions 

Only use replacement parts 
recommended by infinias.

The product and/or manual may 
bear the following marks:

This symbol indicates that there are important operating and 
maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying this 
unit.

CAUTION:

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. 

DO NOT OPEN.

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5

Before You Begin

This quick start guide provides brief instructions on how to install the 

infinias

®

 eIDC hardware component. The eIDC is an Ethernet-

enabled Integrated Door Controller for access control. An additional 
component, the Power Injector, is a PoE (Power over Ethernet) power 
supply that has a built-in integral DC power injector. The Power Injector 
can be used with the eIDC when using a non-Ethernet switch.

Each eIDC is configured with an internal web server that is capable of 
serving web pages for configuring and using the device. This allows an 
eIDC to be used as a stand-alone unit for a single door; that is, the eIDC 
web software can be used to manage, view, and report activity through 
an eIDC controlled network. This guide contains brief instructions for 
installing the eIDC and configuring the eIDC web server.

Install the eIDC hardware components and configure the device as 
instructed in this document. It is recommended that you familiarize 
yourself with these instructions before beginning installation.

The “

infinias Hardware Installation and Reference” manual and the 

infinias Web Interface User’s Guide” contain more detailed 

information. These manuals are located on our website at 
www.

3xlogic.com.

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Installation

CONNECT TO AN ETHERNET SWITCH

Figure 1. Sample System Configuration

IMPORTANT: For Options 1, 2, and 4 do not add an additional power 
supply to terminals PWI

+

 or PWI

-

 (refer to 

Figure 2

) on the eIDC.

UPS

Power Option

PoE

CAT 5/6

Power Option

PoE

CAT 5/6

non-PoE

CAT 5/6

Power Option

UPS

Power Option

non-PoE

CAT 5/6

PoE

UPS

Power Injector

Midspan PoE Injector

UPS

External

Power Supply

24 VDC, 1Amp

External

Power Supply

24 VDC, 1Amp

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ì

 PoE SWITCH

1. Using PoE, run a standard network cable (Cat 5 or Cat 6) directly 

from the Ethernet switch to the eIDC. 

2. Put an Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) at the switch to 

provide redundant power.

3. Go to 

Determine the eIDC IP Address

 on page 8 and complete the

installation.

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NON-PoE WITH MIDSPAN PoE INJECTOR

1. Using non-PoE, run a standard network cable (Cat 5 or Cat 6)

directly from the Ethernet switch to the Midspan PoE Injector. 

2. Put an Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) to both the Midspan 

PoE Injector and the switch to provide redundant power.

3. Run another standard network cable (Cat 5 or Cat 6) from the 

Midspan PoE Injector to the eIDC Ethernet connector. 

4. Go to 

Determine the eIDC IP Address

 on page 8 and complete the

installation.

ï=

NON-PoE SWITCH

1. Using non-PoE, run a standard network cable (Cat 5 or Cat 6)

directly from the Ethernet switch to the eIDC.

2. Wire a redundant 24 VDC power supply to the eIDC and then apply 

power.

3. Go to 

Determine the eIDC IP Address

 on page 8 and complete the

installation.

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NON-PoE WITH POWER INJECTOR

1. Using non-PoE when only a small number of ports will require PoE,

run a standard network cable (Cat 5 or Cat 6) directly from the
Ethernet switch to the Power Injector.

2. Wire a redundant 24 VDC power supply to the Power Injector and 

then apply power.

NOTE: With PoE, the external power supply connected to the
Power Injector may not be required. If both a PoE-enabled switch 

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and DC power are connected to the Power Injector, priority is given 
to the DC power supply. In such instances, PoE power is still being 
allocated by the PoE switch and counts toward the aggregate total 
power budget of the switch. For additional information about 
power restraints, refer to the “

infinias Hardware Installation 

And Reference

” manual.

3. Run another standard network cable (Cat 5 or Cat 6) from the 

Power Injector to the eIDC Ethernet connector. 

4. Go to “Determine the eIDC IP Address” below and complete the 

installation.

DETERMINE THE eIDC IP ADDRESS

Once attached, the eIDC appears as a full IP client on the data network 
and requires an IP address. The eIDC network connection is either for 
static addressing or Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) 
addressing. Use of a DHCP permanently leased IP address or a static IP 
address is required by the eIDC.

When power is initially applied to the eIDC, the eIDC sends a signal to 
the current IP address. A signal is also sent when the eIDC is rebooted.

To determine the type of IP address:

1. Connect power to the eIDC.

2. Use the numbered LEDs, located on the upper-left and upper-right 

sides of the eIDC module, to note the IP address: left side,1 to 5;
right side, 6 to 0.

3. Disconnect the power from the eIDC, and then reconnect the 

power. The eIDC unit starts and attempts to acquire an IP address. 
(This occurs because the eIDC is shipped from the factory set for 
DHCP addressing). 

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4. Determine the network IP address type: DHCP or static. 

a. DHCP: If the following sequence occurs when power is

connected to the eIDC, the network IP address type may or
may not be DHCP.

(1) All LEDs flash three times to begin the sequence. (The

eIDC is fully operational during IP address flashing.) 

(2) Each numbered LED flashes once representing a number in 

the IP address. Each grouping of numbers in the address is 
separated by all LEDs flashing once, simultaneously.

For example, 145.198.1.1 interprets as follows:

#1 flash, #4 flash, #5 flash, all flash; 
#1 flash, #9 flash, #8 flash, all flash; 
#1 flash, all flash;
#1 flash, all flash

(3) Once the sequence has repeated 3 times, the eIDC LEDs 

return to normal operation mode.

b. Static: If the following sequence occurs when power is 

connected to the eIDC, the network IP address type is static:

(1) All of the LEDs flash continuously (more than three times) for 

approximately 10 seconds. This means a DHCP IP address 
cannot be determined or there is no DHCP connection. 

(2) The eIDC reverts to its default static address (169.254.1.1). 

NOTE: The default static address can be changed when
the eIDC is configured (refer to 

Change the eIDC to DHCP or 

Static IP Mode

 on page 10).

5. Go to 

Configure the eIDC with the Web Server

 and complete the 

installation.

WARNING: Do not use DHCP addressing with an expiration time 
limit; the DHCP address must be a permanently leased address. A 
permanently leased address assigned by the network to the eIDC will 
not expire (expiring causes the network to assign the eIDC a different 
address, which causes random failures with the eIDC and Supervisor 
Plus

®

 software). Always consult the network administrator to verify 

that the network is using a permanently leased DHCP address.

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CONFIGURE THE eIDC WITH THE WEB SERVER

The eIDC has a built-in server which allows a Web browser to connect 
to the eIDC. 

IMPORTANT: If static addressing is to be used, you must obtain a valid 
static IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway from the network 
administrator of the facility where the eIDC is located. You will need this 
information to change the eIDC default static IP address (169.254.1.1). 

CONNECT TO THE eIDC

1. Open a standard Web browser. 
2. Type the IP address given by the eIDC (DHCP or static) into the 

address bar of the browser to locate and configure the eIDC, and 
then press Enter. The 

infinias Web Edition screen appears.

3.  Click the “Click Here to Start” button. The login screen appears.
4. Type admin (all lowercase) in the user name and password text

 

boxes (admin is the default value for both of these fields).

 NOTE: 

If the user name and password have been are unknown, you will 
need to reset the eIDC to its factory default settings. Refer to the 
installation manual included on the resource disc. 

CHANGE THE eIDC TO DHCP OR STATIC IP MODE

1. Click the System button, and then click Controllers.

2. Select the eIDC controller, and then click the Modify button.

3. Select the IP mode: DHCP or static

a. DHCP: Verify that the Use DHCP check box is selected; DHCP 

is the default setting. For more information on DHCP 
addressing, refer to the installation manual included on the 
resource disc.

b. Static: Click the Use DHCP check box to clear the selection, 

and then type the new IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway.

4. Click “OK,” and then click “Done” to save the changes. The eIDC is 

now ready for further configuration and use.

5. Go to 

Wire the eIDC Door Components

 on page 11 and complete

the installation.

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WIRE THE eIDC DOOR COMPONENTS

Up to 750 mA of power is provided through the eIDC for peripheral 
devices. Figure 2 illustrates how to wire the eIDC for a single door.

Figure 2. eIDC Wiring for a Single Door

Built-in
Warning Buzzer

CAT 5/6

eIDC

To Ethernet Hub

Electro-magnetic

Lock

Door Strike

Door Contact

Card Reader

or Keypad

Card Reader

or Keypad

Built-in

Warning Buzzer

Built-in

Infrared Tamper

To Ethernet Hub

Optional 

PCON 

Power Connector

Ethernet

Connection

Output 1

Output 2

Input 1

Input 2

Common

Card Reader

IN

Power
Output 1

24V DC IN

Optional External 
Power Supply
24 vDC, 1 Amp 

Output 3 - NC

Output 3 - NO

Common

Input 3

Input 4

Common

Card Reader
OUT

Power
Output 2

Reader LED Output

Reader Buzzer Output

To Reader LED Output

Note: Maglock is required 
to have additional external 
power supply.

Note:  The eIDC device and its 
UL listed Power Supply must be 
installed within the protected area 
(locked area) of the access facility 
to meet UL requirements.

Note:  To meet UL requirements, 
listed panic hardware must be 
used to allow emergency exit from 
the protected area.

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To wire the eIDC door components (refer to 

Figure 2

):

1. Connect the magnetic lock or door strike. 

• A magnetic lock or door strike can be powered by the eIDC 

(12 VDC at 450 mA or less). This is a shared load.

• The two open collector outputs, OC1 and OC2 (Output 1 and 

Output 2), provide a maximum of 12 VDC at 450 mA combined. 

• OC1 and OC2 each have their own negative terminal (–)

terminal but share a positive (+) terminal. 

• OC1 and OC2 are software configurable energized (E) or

de-energized (DE).

• A magnetic lock can be powered by the open collector output if

it draws less than 450 mA. If it draws more than 450 mA, then
it must be wired to the form C relay (5 A at 30 VDC) labeled NO
(normally open) and NC (normally closed) and powered 
externally.

• Relay (Output 3) has separate terminals for common (C), 

normally open (NO), and normally closed (NC), but the software
designation must match for proper status reporting.

2. Wire the status, shunt, and exit inputs.

• Input devices can be wired to eIDC Inputs (IN) 1 to 4.
• NO or NC is software configurable with Inputs 1 to 4.
• End of line resistance (EOLR) supervision is software 

selectable and is supported with 1-kohm resistors.

3. Wire the readers.

• Reader IN (CRI) and Reader OUT (CRO) are internally

configured each having their own Data 0 (CR–), Data 1 (CR+),
DC+, and DC–.

• DC1– has a maximum load of 250 mA; DC2- has a maximum 

load of 250 mA.

• The sum of all four open collectors (OC1 + OC2 + DC1 + DC2) 

must not exceed 750 mA.

• There is a single terminal for optional Reader LED control and 

optional Reader Buzzer control.

• Only readers can be wired to Data 0 (CR–), and Data 1 (CR+) 

terminals.

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4. Hardware installation for the eIDC is complete. For software

 

installation, do one of the following:

• If the eIDC is to be used as a stand-alone unit for a single door, 

then go to the 

eIDC Web Server: Single Door Application

 

section on page 14.

• If the eIDC is to be used with 

infinias Access, then refer to 

the “

infinias Access Quick Start Guide

.”

• If the eIDC is to be used with Supervisor Plus, then refer to the 

Supervisor Plus Quick Start Guide

.” 

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eIDC Web Server: Single Door 
Application

If the eIDC is to be used as a stand-alone unit for a single door (neither 

infinias Access or Supervisor Plus will be used), you can easily use 
the eIDC’s built-in web server and quickly program the system. 

1. Open a standard Web browser. 
2. Type the IP address given by the eIDC into the address bar of the 

browser, and then press Enter. The 

Intelli-M Supervisor (Web

 

Edition) screen appears.

3.  Click the “Click Here to Start” button. The login screen appears.
4. Type admin (all lowercase) in the user name and password text

 

boxes (admin is the default value for both of these fields), and then 
click the “Login” button.

5. From the Event screen, click the “System” button to display the 

“System Management” screen. 

6. Click the “Database Management” button.
7. Click the “Load Default Configuration” button. (Click “OK” to close 

any dialog boxes that appear.) 

8. After the device configuration is loaded, click the “Done” button.
9. Click the “Card Holders” button and do the following:

a. Add or Modify a card holder. 

b. Fill in the “Site code” field and the “Card code” field. 

c. Fill in the first name, last name, and company fields.  

NOTE: The “Master Privilege Group” provides unrestricted access 
to the door and all services in the system. You can create additional 
groups with different privilege credentials. Refer to the “Web 
Interface User’s Guide” for additional information.

d. Click “OK” and then click the “Events” button.

10. Swipe the card at the active card reader to ensure the functionality

of the system. Access should be granted. 

11. Repeat Step 9 for the access cards of additional personnel.

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REVISION HISTORY

Manual #

Date

002 QSG

1/17

infinias is a trademark of 3xLOGIC, Inc.

Supervisor Plus are registered trademarks of 

3xLOGIC, Inc. © Copyright 2017, 3xLOGIC, Inc.  All 

rights reserved.

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This equipment contains electrical or electronic components that must be recycled 
properly to comply with Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Union regarding the 
disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). Contact your local dealer 
for procedures for recycling this equipment.

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Direct Tel (303) 430-1969 | Toll Free in USA (877) 395-6442 

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