NFC Code Touch Tree

The Loxone NFC Code Touch Tree is used for access control and features an NFC reader and illuminated keypad on a glass surface.

Access control solution via NFC tags, available as key fobs, stickers or cards. Alternatively, a numeric code can be entered on the keypad.

Combining an NFC tag and a numeric code enables two-factor authentication. The keypad also features a freely programmable doorbell button and a tick button to confirm entries.

Datasheet NFC Code Touch Tree

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Mounting

Fasten the included plastic mounting frame to a level surface or to a 68mm installation box.

An junction box is not required, but highly recommended, as it makes it much easier to tuck away connecting wires or a spare loop behind the device.

The NFC Code Touch can also be mounted using the single aluminium frame or in combination with the Intercom using the double aluminium frame, available separately.

Connect the power supply (orange/white plug-in terminal) and the tree data lines (green/white plug-in terminal).

The self-adhesive cover protects the terminals against splash water and must not be removed.

The NFC Code Touch is first inserted into the top of the frame and then snapped into place at the bottom. To release the device, pull firmly on the bottom to disengage the latch.

A suction cup can be used to detach the device from the aluminium frame.


Commissioning

Shortly after power-up, the right status LED will blink orange if the wiring is correct (connection to Tree Extension and Miniserver is established).

Then follow the pairing procedure


Configuration

The device is configured and set up using the Authentication NFC Code Touch function block in Loxone Config.
Drag the NFC Code Touch from the periphery tree to the programming page to create the function block.


Operation

In order to gain access to a building, a paired NFC tag is held up to the NFC reader on the device. The tag is read and authorisation is verified.

In order to authenticate using an access code, enter the numeric code on the keypad, followed by the tick button.

If the authorisation was successful, access is granted and the status LEDs light up green. As an example, the door can then be unlocked. If access is denied, the LEDs light up red.

Additional functions can be selected by entering a prefix.
To do so, first enter the prefix number set in the configuration and then hold the NFC tag up to the reader.
When using a code, first enter the prefix, then confirm with the tick button, followed by the access code.
After successful authorisation, the function assigned to the prefix is activated.

Too many failed attempts by an unauthorised NFC tag or numeric code will result in the keypad being locked for 2 minutes. An authorised NFC tag can unlock the device before that time.

Configuration also allows you to limit access via NFC tag or code to specific times, or set them up for one-time use.

More information can be found in the documentation of the Authentication NFC Code Touch function block.

Water on the surface of the NFC Code Touch can interfere with its operation. After the surface dries, the NFC Code Touch automatically re-calibrates and operates as usual.


LED states

A row of four LEDs at the top of the device actives during operation, and also indicates whether access was granted or denied.
The following table shows the possible LED states:

LED display Meaning
4x white, counting down Indicates the timeout after a digit was pressed. The next digit must be entered within this time.
After the time has elapsed, the entered code is checked for authorisation.
4x green, fading out Access granted or confirmation for bell button.
In NFC learning mode: Tag was successfully detected
4x red, fading out Access denied, tag or code invalid, or not authorised.
4x red, flashing fast, counts down slowly Device is locked after repeated use of an unauthorised NFC tag or code, or by the reset input of the function block.
4x cyan, running light from left to right NFC learning mode is active.
4x yellow, flashing Error while reading NFC tag in learning mode. Try again, hold tag steady! The NFC monitor provides information on the cause of the error.
Individual The 4 status LEDs can be controlled together via configuration and display the primary colours. They are only displayed if no other status is currently active.
Only right LED active Indicates the LED status of this Tree device.

Diagnostic Inputs

Summary Unit
Online Status NFC Code Touch Tree Digital




Properties

Summary Description Default Value
Monitor Online Status When selected, you will be notified via System Status or the Cloud Mailer if the device is no longer available or goes offline. -
Serial Number Specifies the serial number of the device.
For Extensions: 'Auto' may only be used if only one Extension of this type is being used.
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Device type Tree device type -
Audible acknowledgement Audible acknowledgement on button press -




Safety Instructions

The installation must be carried out by a qualified technician in accordance with all applicable regulations.

Follow the installation instructions closely to guarantee protection against contact, water and dust.

The device must not be used as part of safety-critical systems.

For security reasons we strongly recommend that you only use encrypted NFC tags from Loxone for access control.


Documents

Datasheet NFC Code Touch Tree