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AAS 11-3500

Access Control Station

Installation and  

Operating Manual

(version 4.05)

www.americanaccess.com

“Your Partner in Access Con

trol”

 


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Contents

PARTS CHECKLIST4
INTRODUCTION 5
SETTING THE SYSTEM (FACILITY) CODE 

6

PROGRAMMING THE 11-3500 

7

 

VALIDATING A SINGLE CARD. 

7

 

VALIDATING A BLOCK OF CARDS. 

7

 

VOIDING CARDS. 

8

 

SETTING THE LATCH TIMER. 

8

 ACTIVE/INACTIVE. 

8

 

DOOR UNLOCK MODE. 

8

 

TIMED ANTIPASSBACK FEATURE. 

8

 

ANTIPASSBACK WAITING TIME. 

9

 

RELAY CONFIGURATION. 

10

INSTALLATION 11
SPECIFICATIONS 14
CONTACT INFORMATION 

16

 


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AAS 2-Year Limited Warranty

This warranty applies to all product or equipment specifically and solely designed for and manufactured by American 
Access Systems, Inc.  Any equipment used in AAS products that is not manufactured by American Access Systems, 
Inc. (this includes all products purchased by AAS for OEM purposes) is liable and subject to warranty terms of that 
specific manufacturer.  Those products used by AAS which are not covered by the AAS 2-Year Limited Warranty are: 
TekTone, HID, SecuraKey and Omniprint.
If your AAS product is defective and returned within two years of the date of purchase, we will repair it, or at our 
option, replace it at no charge to you.  If we repair your AAS product, we may use new or reconditioned parts.  If 
we choose to replace your AAS product, we may replace it with a new or reconditioned unit of the same or similar 
design.  The repair or replacement will be warranted for 90 days or the remainder of the original two-year warranty 
period, whichever is longer.

Limitations:

Implied warranties, including those of fitness for a particular purpose and merchant ability (an unwritten warranty that 
the product is fit for ordinary use), are limited to two years from date of purchase.  We will not pay or recompense for 
loss of time, inconvenience, loss of use of your AAS product, service calls or property damage caused by your AAS 
product, its failure to work or any other incidental or consequential damages.  Some states do not allow limitations 
on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the 
above exclusions or limitations my not apply to you.

What we ask you to do:

To get warranty service for your AAS product, you must provide proof of the date of purchase.  Contact the original 
dealer or installer of the product and return your AAS product along with the receipt to them.  If you have problems 
locating the dealer or installer, please contact American Access Systems, Inc at (303) 799-9757 and we will direct you 
to an authorized dealer or distributor of AAS products.  If you ship your AAS product, you must prepay all shipping 
costs.  We suggest that you retain your original packing material in the event you need to ship your AAS product.  
On return, include your name, address, phone number, proof of date of purchase, RMA # (obtained through an 
authorized AAS dealer or distributor) and a brief description of the operating problem.  IF AN RMA # IS NOT LISTED ON 
THE EXTERIOR OF THE PACKAGING OR THE PAPERWORK YOU INCLUDE, THE PRODUCT WILL BE RETURNED TO YOU.  NO 
SERVICE WORK WILL BE PERFORMED UNTIL AN RMA # IS OBTAINED AND INCLUDED WITH YOUR SHIPMENT TO US.

What this warranty does not cover:

This warranty does not cover defects resulting from accidents, damage while in transit, alterations, unauthorized 
repair, failure to follow instructions, misuse, fire, flood or acts of God.  Nor do we warrant your AAS product to be 
compatible with any particular external device or peripheral.  If the warranty has expired on your AAS product or if 
your product is NOT covered, please contact your dealer or installer for advice on whether we will repair your AAS 
product and other repair information, including estimated repair costs and other charges.
This warranty is the only one we give on our products, and it sets forth all of our responsibilities regarding your AAS 
product.  There are no other express warranties.

State Law Rights:

This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state

 


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Parts Checklist

Enclosed with this box you should have the following items. 

Qty

Description

1

Control Station

4

1/4 by 1/2 carriage bolts (Post 
mount units only)

4

1/4-20 hex nuts (Post mount units 
only)

1

12 Volt AC Transformer 

If any of the above items are missing from this box, contact American Access Systems

Tools Needed For Basic Installation

• •  Wire nuts or appropriate connectors 
• •  Wire strippers 
• •  Wire cutters 
• •  3/8” drive ratchet with 6” extension and 7/16” socket (Post mount units only) 
• •  Digital or Analog multi-meter

Technical/Customer Support 

1-303-799-9757 or 

techsupport@securitybrandsinc.com

 


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Introduction

The 11-3500 is a stand alone access control system that will control access to a passageway for up to 3500 individuals 
(1750 when the Timed Antipassback feature is activated).  
There are two kinds of cards used with the 11-3500, access cards and program cards.
Access cards are used by individuals to gain access to the passageway.  Each access card is magnetically encoded 
with two types of information: the system code (or facility code) and the ID number.  Your access cards will all have 
the same system code, but each will have its own ID number. Your unique system code is what prevents cards from 
other systems from activating your unit. The ID number is what distinguishes one user card from another.
Program cards (fig. 1) are used to tell the 11-3500 what it is to do.  As with access cards, program cards are 
magnetically encoded with a common system code and instruction information.  The system code of your program 
cards is the same as the system code of your access cards.  Your unique system code is what prevents program cards 
from other systems from programming your system.  There are 15 different program cards. There are ten number cards 
(0 through 9) and five function cards. 

The program cards are as follows:

“0”

ZERO

“1”

ONE

“2”

TWO

“3”

THREE

“4”

FOUR

“5”

FIVE

“6”

SIX

“7”

SEVEN

“8”

EIGHT

“9”

NINE

“*”

THRU

“VALID”

VALIDATE 

“VOID”

VOID OR CANCEL

“SET TIMER”

SET LATCH TIMER OR ANTIPASSBACK TIMER      

“ACTIVE/INACTIVE”

ACTIVATE OR INACTIVATE SYSTEM

 

1675 West Yale Ave. 

Englewood, CO 80110  

phone: 303-799-9757 

fax: 303-799-9756 

sales@securitybrandsinc.com 

www.securitybrandsinc.com

SECURITY 

BRANDS

 INC

 


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Setting the System (Facility Code

When received, the correct system code may already be set.  Should it become necessary to reset the system code, 

unlock the panel to gain access to the reset button (see figure 2).  Momentarily depress the reset button. The LED 

indicator will flash red and green alternately (If at power up, the LED is already flashing red/green, it is not necessary 

to open the panel and press the reset button).  While the LED indicator is flashing, place either a programming card 

or an access card with the proper system code onto the touch plate and remove it.  The 11-3500 will “remember” 

the system code and retain it until reprogrammed.  If the reset button is pushed, but no card is placed on the TOUCH 

CARD® reader  plate before the LED indicator times out, the system code will be unchanged.  Wait for the LED indica-

tor to time out before programming the unit.

There may occur situations which require the unit to recognize more than one system (facility) code.  The 11-3500 
can be set to recognize up to three different system codes.  To program multiple system codes, follow the procedure 
above for programming a single system code, but place a card with the second system code (and third system code 
if necessary) on the  TOUCH CARD® reader plate before the red/green LED indicator times out. When more than one 
facility code has been programmed, the unit will not distinguish between cards having different facility codes but the 
same ID number.

 

 


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Programming the 11-3500

Functions of the 11-3500 are programmed by placing the program cards on the  TOUCH CARD® reader plate in a 
proper sequence.  It is helpful to think of placing a program card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate as depressing 
a key on a keyboard or key pad.  You may begin programming at any time by placing the first program card of the 
sequence on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate.  At this point the LED indicator will show an amber color. When you 
remove the program card from the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, the LED indicator will flash the amber color awaiting 
the next program card.  Placement of the next program card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate causes the amber 
LED to stop flashing and  become solid.  In like manner, the remainder of the program cards for the programming 
sequence are placed on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate.  At the end of the programming sequence, the LED 
indicator will flash green to indicate that the programming instruction has been accepted.  While programming, 
it is necessary to place the next card of the sequence on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate while the LED indicator 
is flashing amber (you have approximately 10 seconds between each card).  If the amber LED times out, it will be 
necessary to restart the programming sequence. Should an error be made in the programming sequence, the 
LEDindicator will flash red instead of green.

Validating a Single Card

To validate a single card, place the  sequence of program cards representing the card number on the TOUCH 
CARD® reader plate and then place the “VALID” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate.

Example: Validate card number 100.

Place the “1” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and  place the “0” card on the TOUCH CARD® 
reader plate, remove it and place again the “0” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the 
“VALID” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, and remove it. 

1     +     0     +     0     +     VALID

Validating a Block of Cards

To validate a block (continuous  sequence) of cards, place the sequence of cards representing the first card number 
of the block on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, then the “*” (THRU) card, then the sequence of cards representing 
the last  card number of the block, and then place the “VALID” card  on the  TOUCH CARD® reader plate.

Example: Validate cards 5 thru 225.

Place the “5” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and  place the “*” (THRU) card on the TOUCH 
CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the “2” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it  and again 
place the “2” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove  it and place the “5” card on the TOUCH CARD® 
reader plate, remove it and place the “VALID” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, and  remove it.

5     +    *    +    2      +     2     +     5      +     VALID

Voiding Cards

Cards may also be voided (cancelled) either singly or in blocks.  Follow the instructions for validating above, replacing 
the “VALID” card with the “VOID” card.

Setting the Latch Timer

 The output from the relay may be set to  any number of seconds from 1 to 30. To set the latch timer, place  on the 
TOUCH CARD® reader plate the sequence of program cards representing the  number of seconds the latch is to be 
on, then place the “SET TIMER” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and removeit.

Example: Set latch timer for 15 seconds.

Place the “1” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the “5” card on the TOUCH CARD® 
reader plate, remove it and place the “SET TIMER” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, and remove it.

1     +     5     +     SET TIMER

Setting the latch timer  to “0” produces a 0.25 second output, timed from when a valid card is placed on the TOUCH 
CARD® reader plate.

Active/Inactive

  The 11-3500 may be made inactive for entry by placing the “ACTIVE/INACTIVE” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader 
plate  and then removing it.  While the reader is in the inactive mode,  the LED indicator will flash red approximately 
once every second.  The unit may not be programmed while it is in the inactive mode.   To reactivate the reader, 
again place the “ACTIVE/INACTIVE” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it.

 


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Door Unlock Mode

The relay may be set to stay latched (door unlocked) during periods when access control is unwanted.  While in the 
“DOOR UNLOCK” mode, the relay stays activated, and the LED indicator will flash green approximately once every 
second.  The unit may not be programmed with the programming deck, nor will it recognize access cards while in 
the “DOOR UNLOCK” mode.  To set the unit to the “DOOR  UNLOCK” mode, place the “*” (THRU) card on the TOUCH 
CARD® reader plate, remove it and place the “ACTIVE/INACTIVE” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and 
remove it.

*     +     ACTIVE/INACTIVE

To return the 11-3500 to normal operation, place the  “ACTIVE/INACTIVE” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate 
and remove it.

Timed Antipassback Feature

  If the Timed Antipassback feature is activated, a card used for entry is made temporarily void for a settable amount 
of waiting time.  The purpose of this feature is to deter a user from “passing back” his card to another for unauthorized 
entry. When this feature is activated, the maximum ID number that the unit will accept is 1750. When this feature is 
deactivated, the maximum ID number is 3500.
If you activate the Timed Antipassback feature, cards with ID numbers greater than 1750 will no longer be recognized 
by the unit. The status (Void or Valid) of cards with ID numbers of 1750 or less will remain unchanged. Once activated, 
you must set an antipassback waiting time for this feature to be functional (See below).
To activate the Timed Antipassback feature, place the  “*” (THRU) card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and 
remove it. Then place the “SET TIMER” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it. Then place the 
“VALID” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it.

0      +     *     +     SET TIMER

Antipassback Waiting Time

   The antipassback waiting time may be set to any number of minutes from 1 to 30.  However, the actual waiting time 
will fluctuate between the time set and twice the time set.  Thus, if the antipassback time is set to 5 minutes, users 
will have to wait a minimum of 5 minutes and a maximum of 10 minutes before reentry will be allowed. Setting the 
antipassback waiting time to 0 will disable the Antipassback feature and reentry will be allowed immediately. See 
above to re-activate the Antipassback feature.
To set the antipassback waiting time, place on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate the sequence of cards representing 
the number of minutes of the  minimum waiting period (1 to 30), then place the “*” card on the TOUCH CARD® 
reader place and remove it, then place the “SET TIMER” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate and remove it.

Example:  Set antipassback waiting time to 3 minutes.

Place the “3” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, remove it, and place the “*” on the TOUCH CARD® reader 
plate, remove it, and place the “SET TIMER” card on the TOUCH CARD® reader plate, and remove it.

3     +     *     +     SET TIMER

SecuRelayTM Mode.  26SA units with firmware version 4.0 or higher may be used with the SecuRelayTM for increased 
vandal resistance. 
To place the unit in the SecuRelayTM mode, place the “*” card on the reader twice, followed by the “8” card. 

*    +     *    +      8

To return to normal mode, place the “*” card on the reader twice followed by the “1” card.

 


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Relay Configuration

The solid-state relay can be set to be Normally Closed, Normally Open or to operate with the SecuRelay™ for 
increased vandal resistance. 
Selections are:
Normally Open (Factory default)  
Normally Closed
SecuRelay™ Option.
The default mode is Normally Open (NO). 
To place the relay in the Normally Open (NO) mode, place the “*” card on the reader twice, followed by the “6” 
card.  

*     +    *  +     6

To place the relay in the Normally Closed (NC) mode, place the “*” card on the reader twice, followed by the “7” 
card.

*     +    *  +     7

To place the unit in the SecuRelay™ mode, place the “*” card on the reader twice, followed by the “8” card.

*     +    *  +    8

To return to normal mode, place the “*” card on the reader twice followed by the “1” card.

 


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Installation

Wiring Instructions

The 11-3500 is provided with a connector and 10 wire leads (see figure 2). Using appropriate wire nuts or crimp on 
connectors, wire the unit as per table 1 below. Be sure unused wires are insulated to avoid shorting.  In addition to the 
wiring below, and on following page, AN EARTH GROUND IS REQUIRED.

Wire

Color

Description

1

White

10 to 24 ac 

 or 10 to 24 dc

2

White

3

Yellow

Normally Open *

4

N/A 

Not Used

Green

Common

6

N/A

Not Used

7

Red

8 VDC for SecuraRelay™

8

N/A

Not Used

9

Orange 

Remote Open

10

Brown

Remote Open

* Can be reprogrammed as Normally Closed, See page 10

 


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Typical Installation for 11-3500 to Gate

Operator

Gate Operator

4 Conductor Shielded

Cable

12 VAC

xformer

Open

Circuit

Power

Can Be Plugged into

a outlet installed

inside Gate Operator

Terminals located on

operator control

board.

White night light leads will hook directly to power leads when using 12 VAC transformer. If using 24VAC

operator control voltage you MUST connect a 100 ohm 10 watt resistor in series with on of the white

night light leads to reduce voltage to 12 volts

See Table 1 on page

10 for proper wire

connections to card

reader harness

 


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NEW FEATURES AVAILABLE ON  

11-3500  VERSION  4.0  AND  LATER.                                             

REMOTE OPEN (REX)

Connect the Brown and orange wires to any Normally Open switch.  Closing this circuit will activate the latch Relay/
Shunt Relay for the number of seconds you have selected when you set the Latch Timer. 

SecuRelayTM 

The SecuRelayTM from Secura Key may be purchased separately for use with ENTRACOMP® 26SA units which 
have firmware version 4.0 or later.  SecuRelayTM allows the lock/gate control circuit to be remotely located so that 
attacking the 26SA will not open the passageway.  SecuRelayTM comes with a wiring harness which plugs directly 
into the 3-pin header on the 26SA circuit board (see figure 1)  NOTE:  Remote Open must be disabled if SecuRelayTM 
is used.

SOLID STATE RELAY (Version 4.05).

See page 10 for programming the NEW solid state relay.

SPECIFICATIONS

POWER REQUIREMENTS

10 to 24 VAC, 70 mA , 50 or 60 Hz or 10 to 24 VDC, 70mA

OUTPUTS

Latch & Alarm Shunt 

SPST contact, 1A up to 60 VAC or VDC

Tamper (optional) 

SPDT contact, 115 VAC, 2A maximum

SecuRelayTM (optional) 

3-wire data and power circuit

INPUTS

Remote Open (REX) 

Close circuit to operate Latch Relay

ENVIRONMENT

Ambient Temperature 

-40oF to 158oF (-40oC to 70oC)

Humidity   

0% to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)

OPERATIONAL

Memory    

E² PROM (non-volatile)

Card Capacity 

65,503 cards 

Facility Code 

Up to 10 different codes simultaneously

Latch/Alarm Shunt Timer 

Programmable from 1 to 99 seconds

Timed Antipassback 

Programmable from 1 to 99 minutes

This product complies with UL 294 standards.
TouchCard® and SecuRelay™ are trademarks of Secura Key. 

 


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Customer Service and Tech Support

Customer Service: 303-799-9757

Customer service is available free of charge. Hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. MST. If you call, please 

have your Model and Serial Number to help our Technicians assist you.

E-Mail: customerservice@securitybrandsinc.com

Technical Support: 303-799-9757

Technical support is available free of charge. Hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. MST. If you call, please 

have your Model and Serial Number to help our Technicians assist you.

E-Mail: techsupport@securitybrandsinc.com

1675 West Yale Ave. 

Englewood, CO 80110  

phone: 303-799-9757 

fax: 303-799-9756 

sales@securitybrandsinc.com 

www.securitybrandsinc.com

SECURITY 

BRANDS

 INC

 


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Notes

Use this space to keep a record of Access Codes and the MASTER Code

 


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Notes

 


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