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1 SK-ACP Installation Overview

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 Resources Full Featured Robust Software Scalable Affordable

4 Access Control Panel Network Modules
Secura Key ACP Access Control Panel Network 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 bus LAN/Modem Capability for Unlimited Remote Locations Card Capacity: 65,535 User Capacity Transactions: 4,864 Stored Time Zones: 15 card access/1 door unlock 32 Programmable Holidays Auto-Select Daylight Savings time Facility Codes: Up to 16 Facility Codes Latch/Shunt Timer: ¼ to 30 seconds AntiPassback: Real or Timed/ 1-30 seconds Inputs (2 per door): Define as Door Monitor, Tamper Monitor, Remote Open(REX) Remote Inactive, Bell, Arming Circuit or User Defined Limited 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 pair Reader 6 Cond Shielded No twisted pair

7 Connect 1… 1

8 Connect 98, 99, 100 and more… Connect over 100 panels using a simple 2-wire RS-485 bus 1 100

9 Flexibility in Network Configuration
Connect Panels in Almost any Configuration Connect to PC Using RS-232, RS-485, Modem or LAN network Hard Copy Printout of All System Activity Using a Serial Printer

10 Flexibility in Project Planning
Connect panels in almost any configuration Connect to PC using RS-232, RS-485, Modem or LAN network Hard-copy printout of all system activity using a serial printer

11 Flexibility in Project Planning
Daisy Chain/Multi-Drop

12 Flexibility in Project Planning

13 Flexibility in Project Planning

14 Flexibility in Project Planning
LAN Connection

15 Plug in Terminal Blocks are Provided


17 Reader

18 Follow Status of a door

19 Tells me there is a problem w/ that door

20 SK-ACP Notes: General Use Separate Power Supplies for the SK-ACP and the Locks Use 24VDC/500mA or higher for the SK-ACP Always close SK-NET before Windows to avoid communications issues Cards and Facility Codes: up to 16 within the panel Card ID numbers must be unique, even if multiple Facility Codes are used. The system checks the FC, but uses the ID number to identify cardholders Facility code 12, ID # = FC 15, ID # 1-10 Should 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: Relays Each Door has 1 “Latch” Relay and 1 “Aux” Relay, each with two sets of contacts Latch Relays Location J1, J2 1 set of contacts can: Unlock door Activate Gate Operator The other set can: Shunt Alarm Contact Start a video recorder Auxiliary relays Location J3, J4 May operate under variety of user defined conditions: (i.e.) Error Alarm Tamper Alarm Door Bell Door Held Open Emergency Exit alarm Etc. Programmed through SK-NET

22 J1 J3 Relays

23 NOTE: All inputs are configured as NO circuits
SK-ACP Notes: Inputs Each 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 8 NOTE: All inputs are configured as NO circuits If NC is required ( “Door Monitor” only ) Disconnect power from panel Remove jumper from pins 2, 3 on J10 Place jumper on pins 1, 2 on J10 Restore power Test Door Monitor input

24 J10 J1 Inputs

25 SK-ACP Notes: RS-232 Connection
RS-232 used to connect the COM port of a PC to a single SK-ACP, or as a gateway to a series of SK-ACP’s J7 or RJ11 Jack in center of the Board Distance < 100’ NEVER connect a telephone line directly into the RJ11 Jack on the SK-ACP!

26 RJ11 J7 RS-232

27 SK-ACP Notes: RS-485 Connection
RS-485 Bus is used to link multiple SK-ACP units into a network Run 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 pair Total 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 GND Starts to become a consideration at approx 2000’

28 J8 RS485

29 Networking Modules Plug-in Modules for SK-ACP LAN Applications
SK-LAN-MOD Use existing network infrastructure to monitor and control the Access Control system Wireless Applications SK-WLS-MOD Uses widely accepted g protocol (existing router and wireless system in place)

30 SK-ACP Notes: LAN Connection
SK-LAN-MOD or SK-WLS-MOD Embedded Devices (receive power from the SK-ACP) Connect to J9 Connector Disconnect Power from SK-ACP Remove 2 pin jumper from J9 pins 6, 7 Plug in Module SK-LAN-MOD connect Ethernet cable Restore Power Have available: Hardware Address Unique IP Address

31 J8 LAN

32 SK-ACP Notes: Power and Batteries
SK-ACP must be connected to source of low voltage power RK-WM/ RK-WS readers 24VDC, 500mA SK-LAN-MOD, SK-WLS-MOD 24VDC, 1Amp RK-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 Manual Troubleshooting Guide Following the Installation Instructions Referring to the Web Site

34 SK-Net Software Basic Multi-Location (Remote Access) Multi-User
RS232 Direct Connect RS485 Direct Connect w/ RS-232 to RS-485 converter Single LAN TCP/IP connection Multi-Location (Remote Access) Multiple LAN TCP/IP Connections Modem Dial-up Multi-User Client Server license for 2, 5, 10 or 15 workstations

35 Multi-Location (Remote Access)
SK-ACP Notes: Basic Version SK-NET-DM RS232 Direct Connect, 1 LAN, RS485 Direct Conn w/RS-232 to RS-485 conv Single Location Single Workstation Multi-Location (Remote Access) SK-NET-MLD Multiple LAN TCP/IP connections, Modem Dial-up Multiple Locations Single Workstation Multi-User SK-NET-MLD-CS Client Server license for 2, 5, 10 or 15 workstations Multiple Locations Multiple 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 Editing Creating Access Groups Changing Reader icons Setting Door Schedules Changing Latch timer for a single reader Holidays Daylight savings time IN and OUT Readers (programming) Reader Groups (creating, editing) Door Controls (setting and using) Inputs/Outputs Programming custom Wiegand formats Adding Facility Codes

37 Features of SK-NET Managing Users Managing Transactions Reports
Adding/Deleting Customizing User Data Fields Sorting Filtering Users User Reports Limited Use Cards Managing Transactions Filtering Transactions Viewing Cardholder Photos Archiving Excluding Transaction types for all/ for one reader Reports Transaction Reports User Information Report List of Readers in a Location List of Readers in an Access Group List of Users in Access Group Security Passwords Assigning Operator Levels System Activity Log Password Protection

38 Transaction History

39 Transaction Filters

40 Define User Properties

41 Modify Single or Range of Users

42 Location Connections

43 Set Up Time Zones

44 Set Up Door Schedules

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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