2 Agenda Overview SK-ACP (Access Control Panel) Resources Available SK-NET (Software)Demo
3 SecuraKey Take Away Access Control System: Easy to Learn (Installers, End User)Where to Locate ResourcesFull Featured Robust SoftwareScalableAffordable
4 Access Control Panel Network Modules Secura Key ACPAccess Control PanelNetwork Modules
5 SK-ACP Advanced Control Panel Supports Two Wiegand Output Devices (readers, keypads, etc.)100 panels can be linked to a PC with SK-NET™ using a simple RS-485 busLAN/Modem Capability for Unlimited Remote LocationsCard Capacity: 65,535 User CapacityTransactions: 4,864 StoredTime Zones: 15 card access/1 door unlock32 Programmable HolidaysAuto-Select Daylight Savings timeFacility Codes: Up to 16 Facility CodesLatch/Shunt Timer: ¼ to 30 secondsAntiPassback: Real or Timed/ 1-30 secondsInputs (2 per door): Define as Door Monitor, Tamper Monitor, Remote Open(REX) Remote Inactive, Bell, Arming Circuit or User DefinedLimited Use Cards: Block of 4000 within 65, uses, days, weeks, or # days after first use
6 SK-ACP Notes: Wiring Lock Power 2 Cond unshielded SK-ACP SK-ACP Cat5 or twisted pairReader6 Cond ShieldedNo twisted pair
8 Connect 98, 99, 100 and more…Connect over 100 panels using a simple 2-wire RS-485 bus1100
9 Flexibility in Network Configuration Connect Panels in Almost any ConfigurationConnect to PC Using RS-232, RS-485, Modem or LAN networkHard Copy Printout of All System Activity Using a Serial Printer
10 Flexibility in Project Planning Connect panels in almost any configurationConnect to PC using RS-232, RS-485, Modem or LAN networkHard-copy printout of all system activity using a serial printer
11 Flexibility in Project Planning Daisy Chain/Multi-Drop
20 SK-ACP Notes: GeneralUse Separate Power Supplies for the SK-ACP and the LocksUse 24VDC/500mA or higher for the SK-ACPAlways close SK-NET before Windows to avoid communications issuesCards and Facility Codes: up to 16 within the panelCard ID numbers must be unique, even if multiple Facility Codes are used. The system checks the FC, but uses the ID number to identify cardholdersFacility code 12, ID # = FC 15, ID # 1-10Should be: FC 12, ID # and FC 15, ID # 11-20(Facility codes should be kept to a minimum. More FC = less secure)
21 May operate under variety of user defined conditions: SK-ACP Notes: RelaysEach Door has 1 “Latch” Relay and 1 “Aux” Relay, each with two sets of contactsLatch RelaysLocation J1, J21 set of contacts can:Unlock doorActivate Gate OperatorThe other set can:Shunt Alarm ContactStart a video recorderAuxiliary relaysLocation J3, J4May operate under variety of user defined conditions:(i.e.) Error AlarmTamper AlarmDoor BellDoor Held OpenEmergency Exit alarmEtc.Programmed through SK-NET
23 NOTE: All inputs are configured as NO circuits SK-ACP Notes: InputsEach Reader may be associated with up to 2 inputs. These can monitor contact closures at Remote Switches, Door contacts, Vehicle presence detectors, etc.Inputs defined through SK-NET (Tamper, Remote Open, Door Monitor, etc.)Located at J1, J2 terminals 7, 9 and share common terminal 8NOTE: All inputs are configured as NO circuitsIf NC is required ( “Door Monitor” only )Disconnect power from panelRemove jumper from pins 2, 3 on J10Place jumper on pins 1, 2 on J10Restore powerTest Door Monitor input
25 SK-ACP Notes: RS-232 Connection RS-232 used to connect the COM port of a PC to a single SK-ACP, oras a gateway to a series of SK-ACP’sJ7 or RJ11 Jack in center of the BoardDistance < 100’NEVER connect a telephone line directly into the RJ11 Jack on the SK-ACP!
27 SK-ACP Notes: RS-485 Connection RS-485 Bus is used to link multiple SK-ACP units into a networkRun CAT 5 Between J8 plugs (terminals 1, 2)Distance between the PC ‘gateway’ and SK-ACP > 100’232/485 converter required (SK part# NET-CONV-P)Twisted pairTotal Cable distance not to exceed 4000’Terminal 3 is a signal GND. If connected to conductor of twisted pair this must be an insulated conductor and NOT connected to earth GNDStarts to become a consideration at approx 2000’
29 Networking Modules Plug-in Modules for SK-ACP LAN Applications SK-LAN-MODUse existing network infrastructure to monitor and control the Access Control systemWireless ApplicationsSK-WLS-MODUses widely accepted g protocol (existing router and wireless system in place)
30 SK-ACP Notes: LAN Connection SK-LAN-MOD or SK-WLS-MODEmbedded Devices (receive power from the SK-ACP)Connect to J9 ConnectorDisconnect Power from SK-ACPRemove 2 pin jumper from J9 pins 6, 7Plug in ModuleSK-LAN-MOD connect Ethernet cableRestore PowerHave available:Hardware AddressUnique IP Address
32 SK-ACP Notes: Power and Batteries SK-ACP must be connected to source of low voltage powerRK-WM/ RK-WS readers 24VDC, 500mASK-LAN-MOD, SK-WLS-MOD 24VDC, 1AmpRK-WL VDC, 1.5Amp(Basic config powered with SK-ACP-PS: 24VDC 500mA and a 1.9AH backup battery)Do not energize SK-ACP until all connections are made
33 SK-ACP Notes: General 99% of technical ‘issues’ are addressed by: Referring to:The ManualTroubleshooting GuideFollowing the Installation InstructionsReferring to the Web Site
34 SK-Net Software Basic Multi-Location (Remote Access) Multi-User RS232 Direct ConnectRS485 Direct Connect w/ RS-232 to RS-485 converterSingle LAN TCP/IP connectionMulti-Location (Remote Access)Multiple LAN TCP/IP ConnectionsModem Dial-upMulti-UserClient Server license for 2, 5, 10 or 15 workstations
35 Multi-Location (Remote Access) SK-ACP Notes:Basic VersionSK-NET-DMRS232 Direct Connect, 1 LAN, RS485Direct Conn w/RS-232 to RS-485 convSingle LocationSingle WorkstationMulti-Location (Remote Access)SK-NET-MLDMultiple LAN TCP/IP connections,Modem Dial-upMultiple LocationsSingle WorkstationMulti-UserSK-NET-MLD-CSClient Server license for2, 5, 10 or 15 workstationsMultiple LocationsMultiple Workstations
36 Features of SK-NET Multiple Locations (adding) Customize the System Location Time Zones (editing, limiting, etc)Antipassback (Timed, Real, Soft and Hard)Single Reader Time Zone EditingCreating Access GroupsChanging Reader iconsSetting Door SchedulesChanging Latch timer for a single readerHolidaysDaylight savings timeIN and OUT Readers (programming)Reader Groups (creating, editing)Door Controls (setting and using)Inputs/OutputsProgramming custom Wiegand formatsAdding Facility Codes
37 Features of SK-NET Managing Users Managing Transactions Reports Adding/DeletingCustomizing User Data FieldsSortingFiltering UsersUser ReportsLimited Use CardsManaging TransactionsFiltering TransactionsViewing Cardholder PhotosArchivingExcluding Transaction types for all/ for one readerReportsTransaction ReportsUser Information ReportList of Readers in a LocationList of Readers in an Access GroupList of Users in Access GroupSecurityPasswordsAssigning Operator LevelsSystem Activity LogPassword Protection
45 5 Main Steps in System Setup Establish communications to the readers.Setup any or all restrictions for times of access.Assign user with cards numbers for any restrictions necessary.Setup any inputs or outputs for special requirements.Keep track of who uses the reader, time, date, and area of entrance.
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