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1 Lenel Command Keypad LNL-CK Hardware and Software Configuration Slide 1 of

2 Lenel Command Keypad LNL-CK Hardware Configuration Slide 2 of

3 Slide 3 of CR M (Additional Hardware) Company Confidential Lenel Command Keypad  LNL-CK integrates 32 character LCD display, 16 position keypad and reader port  Uses include arm/disarm alarm mask groups, execute local I/O functions, extended held open, cipher entry  Displays time, commands, timer (for extended held open)  Works with all three access panels  Software configuration covered in CR3000 course

4 Slide 4 of CR M (Additional Hardware) Company Confidential LNL-CK Installation  Three installation methods Stand alone RS-485 addressable device No door hardware connections Wired directly off access panel Alternate RS-485 addressable device Must be used in conjunction with a primary reader interface module (LNL-1300 or LNL-1320) Reader device Connected to the reader port of the LNL-1320 reader interface module

5 Slide 5 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Command Keypad (LNL-CK)  LNL-CK may be set as an alternate reader to the primary door reader for visual text message display No Door Hardware Address 0-31 Address 2 Stand Alone Alternate RS-485 Device LNL-CK Uses door hardware from RIM Address 1 Reader Port 1 Reader Device LNL-CK Uses door hardware from RIM Address 1

6 Slide 6 of CR M (Additional Hardware) Company Confidential Stand Alone Device  Stand alone mode used to emulate an intrusion detection keypad Allows user commands to be entered after a valid access grant  One ISC address will be required when using this mode

7 Stand Alone Configuration Slide 7 of CR M (Additional Hardware) Company Confidential

8 Slide 8 of CR M (Additional Hardware) Company Confidential Alternate Reader Device  Allows full control of door hardware using the primary/alternate reader configuration The primary reader used to make door hardware connections The LNL-CK alternate reader used to enter PIN and/or user commands  Two ISC addresses will be required when using this mode

9 Alternate Reader Device Config. Slide 9 of CR M (Additional Hardware) Company Confidential

10 Slide 10 of CR M (Additional Hardware) Company Confidential Reader Device  Allows connection directly to the reader port of the LNL-1320  No ISC address required for the LNL- CK when using this mode One ISC address required for the LNL-1320 only The Series 1 LNL-1300 cannot be used to communicate to the LNL- CK

11 Reader Device Configuration Slide 11 of CR M (Additional Hardware) Company Confidential Replace with Type of reader

12 Slide 12 of CR M (Additional Hardware) Company Confidential  Wiring the LNL-CK to LNL-1320 Series 1 RS-485 communication sends data through LED and BZR lines and receives through D1/D0 Pin 5 Green to DO/DAT Pin 6 White to D1/CLK Pin 7 Brown to LED Pin 8 Orange to BZR LNL-CK configured as Reader Device  Wiring the LNL-CK to LNL-1320 Series 2* Direct bidirectional RS-485 communication through the reader port Pin 3 Blue to D1/CLK Pin 4 Gray to DO/DAT LNL-CK configured as RS-485 device 9600 baud Address 0 (zero) Note: The communication between the LNL-1320 and the LNL-CK has changed in the LNL-1320 Series 2 with the RS-485 reader port support LNL-CK Wiring

13 Slide 13 of CR M (Additional Hardware) Company Confidential  DIP switch 1 controls device RS-485 termination  DIP switch 2 will force the keypad to use default setup values RS-485 device Address 31  DIP switch 3 controls setup access lockout  DIP switch 4 not used  Firmware may be downloaded only when LNL-CK is set as an addressable device Firmware cannot be downloaded through the LNL-1320* * Note: Recommended that the firmware be pre-downloaded ahead of time if setting the LNL-CK as a reader device LNL-CK

14 Slide 14 of CR M (Additional Hardware) Company Confidential Using the LNL-CK  The device operates similar to a standard keypad The  key is equivalent to the * key The Command key is equivalent to the # key

15 Slide 15 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Command Keypad  LCD display will display text information Line 1 Locked, Unlocked, Ready, Denied, Access granted, Enter PIN, Next badge, Not authorized, Invalid data, Timed door open Line 2 Current time, *’s on PIN entry, Number of minutes/seconds left until door held alarm occurs  LNL-CK can also display the extended held time available: 14:32 to alarm = Held alarm in 14 minutes and 32 seconds.

16 Slide 16 of CR M (Additional Hardware) Company Confidential LNL-CK Status  The LNL-CK status may be displayed by pressing the inner two buttons on top row simultaneously Unit S/N Firmware revision Board revision Operating mode DIP Switch positions

17 Slide 17 of CR M (Access Control Config) Copyright© 2008 Lenel Systems International Unauthorized duplication prohibited Alarm Mask Groups

18 Slide 18 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Alarm Mask Groups  Allows you to mask or unmask multiple alarm inputs and readers simultaneously  Uses Device – Event assignments to determine masking Each assignment can be assigned to only one masking group  Local IO function can be linked to the masking/unmasking of the group Can be used to show indication by activating device output upon unmasking System Administration//Access Control/Groups/Alarm Mask Groups

19 Slide 19 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Alarm Mask Groups Cont.

20 Slide 20 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Alarm Mask Groups Cont.  Alarm Masking Groups can be masked or unmasked Manually through Alarm Monitoring System Status Tree Using Local IO Function Alarm Group Mask/Unmask  Absolute or Incremental Using Global IO Mask/Unmask an Alarm Mask Group  Absolute – Mask or Unmask Only Execute Function List  Setup to call Mask/Unmask Local IO Function System Administration//Access Control/Groups/Alarm Mask Groups

21 Slide 21 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Using Mask Counts  Allows configuration of how I/O will mask and unmask an Alarm Masking Group A mask count of 0 = Unmasked A mask count of 1 or higher = Masked  Masking methods Absolute Sets mask count to 1 on set true Sets mask count to 0 on set false Incremental Increments mask count by 1 on set true Decrements mask count by 1 on set false NOTE: Incremental is useful for using valid access grants into rooms or areas. Anti-Passback Area Function List

22 Slide 22 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Alarm Mask Group using Local I/O Setup a function list to test and set the mask count for the Alarm Masking Group Link that function list to Access Granted at Entry and Exit Readers

23 Slide 23 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Masking Groups using Command Programming Setup a function list to test and set the mask count for the Alarm Masking Group Assign the function list to a command pair under command programming

24 Slide 24 of CR M (Access Control Config) Copyright© 2008 Lenel Systems International Unauthorized duplication prohibited Command Programming

25 Slide 25 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Command Programming  Enable Command Programming at a particular reader Access level must be enabled for Command Authority and level must be assigned to cardholder’s badge  Function may be assigned to key command pair Command range 4-15 Even number sets function true, e.g. *4# Odd number sets function false, e.g. *5# System Administration//Access Control/Readers/Reader System Administration//Access Control/Readers/Command Programming

26 Slide 26 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Command Programming Cont.

27 Slide 27 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Command Programming Cont.

28 Slide 28 of CR M (Access Control Config) Copyright© 2008 Lenel Systems International Unauthorized duplication prohibited Command Programming Instant Commands

29 Slide 29 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential  May be entered at any keypad reader Allow User Commands must be enabled at the Reader  Non-paired commands used to execute local I/O function lists Function Example - * 17 #  Command sequence entered into keypad readers Does not first require an access grant transaction Useful for Local I/O functions that can be executed by anyone at anytime Commands may be entered when reader is in Locked or Unlocked mode Instant Commands

30 Slide 30 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Instant Commands Cont.

31 Slide 31 of CR M (Access Control Config) Copyright© 2008 Lenel Systems International Unauthorized duplication prohibited LNL-CK Unknown User Command Event

32 Slide 32 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Unknown User Command Event  An Unknown User Command event will be generated and logged containing keypad user command data unrecognized by the system Note: Default Unknown User Command alarm definition is set to not display or print  May be used to Track and report keypad entry Erroneous entry Intentional Creating custom command sequences Custom alarm definitions and Global I/O linkages may be created containing the invalid command strings  Uses event text library

33 Slide 33 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Unknown User Command Event

34 Slide 34 of CR M (Access Control Config) Copyright© 2008 Lenel Systems International Unauthorized duplication prohibited Command Programming User Commands

35 Slide 35 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential  Non-Segmented system Segmented system  User Commands

36 Slide 36 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential User Commands Cont.  Configuration of the Extended Held Command  Configuration of the Intrusion Command

37 Slide 37 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Extended Held Command  Allows held open time to be extended for a specific reader by a validated cardholder Examples: Cleaning crew removing large quantity of trash Shipping and receiving with large delivery Occupied Rooms with low security levels in need of air circulation.  Training Rooms  Hardware closets  Libraries  Board/meeting rooms  Etc. System Administration//Administration/System Options/User Command {System Administration//Administration/Segments/Segments/User Command}

38 Slide 38 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Extended Held Commands Cont.  Extended held command options Code Must be 3-6 digits in length per system (segment)  Avoids conflict with Reader Commands 4-15 Minimum time (1 minute) Maximum time (999 minutes) Pre alarm time (1-30 minutes)  User has 15 seconds from valid access to enter the extended held command

39 Slide 39 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Extended Held Commands Cont.  Command Authority for Extended held Reader must be configured for allow user commands Access level must be enabled for Command Authority and level must be assigned to cardholder’s badge System Administration//Access Control/Readers/Reader System Administration//Access Control/Access Levels

40 Slide 40 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Extended Held Commands Cont.  Reader Beep Setting must be set to “Use reader buzzer” in the System Administration / Access Control / Readers / Settings / Pre-Alarm Mode field once every two seconds during pre-alarm time (not configurable) Pre-alarm in extended held command overrides pre-alarm in reader settings  Reader Output Pulse Setting must be set to “Use aux output 1” in the System Administration / Access Control / Readers / Settings / Pre-Alarm Mode field Causes auxiliary relay 1 energize for “Output pulse time” when extended held open pre-alarm occurs System Administration//Access Control/Readers/Settings

41 Slide 41 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Extended Held Commands Cont.  Command Sequence: Valid access Granted Present badge + proper access level + open (and hold open for this feature) door * or ← on LNL-CK Tells system that cardholder is about to enter a command Extended command code Default = 200 Tells system that cardholder is executing extended held command 3 digit extended held time in minutes 002 = 2 minutes Tells system how long to wait before issuing pre-alarm and/or held alarm) # or Command key on LNL-CK Tells system that the cardholder is finished entering command Example: Access Granted + * # = Extended held for 30 minutes.

42 Slide 42 of CR M (Access Control Config) Copyright© 2008 Lenel Systems International Unauthorized duplication prohibited Command Programming Intrusion Commands

43 Slide 43 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Intrusion Command  Allows cardholder to Arm/Disarm an alarm mask group using keypad input.  Set Intrusion Command Configuration Global Permission Control – allows for basic Arm/disarm functionality Advanced Permission Control – allows for more discrete control of Arm/disarm permission Training covered in Elective Distance Learning Course NOTE: Prior to this was called the Arm/Disarm command and did not include the Advanced Permission Control functionality

44 Slide 44 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential Intrusion Command  Allow Intrusion Commands at the Reader  Typically the LNL-CK is used Access panel firmware or higher is required. Non-command keypads are not recommended but may be used

45 Slide 45 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential System Administration//Administration/System Options System Administration//Access Control/Readers Intrusion Command: Global

46 Slide 46 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential System Administration//Access Control/Access Levels Intrusion Command: Global  Cardholder must also have an access level with Global intrusion command authority

47 Intrusion Mask Group Command Code  Advanced permission control has separate intrusion command codes Alarm Mask Groups (Phase II) Intrusion Mask Groups (Phase III) Slide 47 DL3000 Version 05

48  “Do not use intrusion levels for access control” Allows an access level to be created and used solely for intrusion reader permissions and not access control Detects if intrusion authority has been assigned to the access level Slide 48 DL3000 Version 05

49 Example for use … Slide 49  Two separate access levels will be created An access level is created and assigned to the badge for door access purposes (A - Access) Access must be granted prior to intrusion command entry An access level is created and intrusion authority is assigned for intrusion permission purposes (I - Intrusion)  Both access levels must contain the same command keypad in order to gain access and have intrusion authority for that particular command keypad Keypad 1Keypad 2Keypad 3Keypad 4 Access LevelXXX Intrusion LevelXXX ResultA & INeitherA & IA Only DL3000 Version 05

50 Intrusion Mask Groups DL3000 Version 05 Slide 50

51  Two types of Mask Group may be created Alarm Mask Groups Used as in previous release Intrusion Mask Groups Controlled by Intrusion Command Code Adds additional intrusion functionality configuration  Entry and Exit delay  Local I/O actions  Enhanced point type configuration DL3000 Version 05 Slide 51

52 DL3000 Version 05 Slide 52

53 Intrusion Mask Groups – Group ID DL3000 Version 05 Slide 53

54  Entry and exit delays Configured to allow entry/exit delay and provide user feedback on the command keypad LCD display Entry delay allows time for the cardholder to access the command keypad and disarm the group Exit delay allows the cardholder to arm the group and exit prior to the group actually arming Note: It is recommended if using Intrusion Mask Group entry and exit delays that the individual inputs not be configured for entry and exit delays The individual entry and exit delays configured for the inputs will be used as normal Once the input entry delay completes, the Intrusion Mask group will begin its timer Slide 54 DL3000 Version 05 Set to zero

55 Local I/O Actions  Allows the execution of a local I/O based on the Intrusion Mask Group state Enter mode Exit mode Slide 55 DL3000 Version 05

56  Group states that may be linked to a Local I/O Disarmed Masked Disarmed fault Masked with points currently in fault (alarm) condition Armed away Unmasks both perimeter and interior points in group with entry delay Armed stay Unmasks perimeter points only with entry delay Armed instant Unmasks both perimeter and interior points in group immediately No entry or exit delay when arm instant is issues DL3000 Version 05 Slide 56

57 Entry delay Disarm command not yet issued but still in entry delay countdown Exit delay Arm command issued but still in exit delay countdown Alarm Alarm generated from a point in the group not yet responded to After alarm Alarm generated from a point in the group and has been acknowledged or marked in progress Chime The chime has been enabled and currently being executed DL3000 Version 05 Slide 57

58 Point Type Configuration  Point type 24 hour A point always armed regardless of the group intrusion commands issued  i.e. - Glass break sensor Interior An interior point is not armed when the armed stay or armed stay instant commands are issued Perimeter An exterior perimeter point armed when the armed stay, armed away, or armed instant commands are issued Slide 58 DL3000 Version 05

59  Default mode Disabled May be used to temporarily exclude the point from arming  No events are generated while disabled Will remain disabled until set to normal (or the zone is restored from Alarm Monitoring) Normal Normal operating mode of the point Slide 59 DL3000 Version 05

60  Entry delay Instant Ignores any entry delay for the group Trigger A point in the group allowing the configured entry delay to occur Used to trigger entry delays on all points in the group configured as followers Follower A point configured to follow the entry delay of the point in the group configured as a trigger Slide 60 DL3000 Version 05

61  Chime Configures the group to provide an audible chime (beeper) at the command keypad when an alarm active occurs Must also be configured as audible in Command Keypad Template – User Feedback Slide 61 DL3000 Version 05

62  Event/device configuration Intrusion groups limited to General purpose alarm inputs Reader door alarms  Forced open  Held open  Door status Door status should be used for intrusion groups rather than the forced/help open events Event reports the door contact as a standard input Door forced open and door held open are considered access control events rather than alarm panel events DL3000 Version 05 Slide 62

63 User Feedback  User feedback Visual and audible feedback on command keypad LCD  Sounder setting Beep on entry delay Beep on exit delay Beep on point being active Slide 63 DL3000 Version 05

64 Group Intrusion Commands  New commands added for Group Intrusion tabs Command Keypad templates for the Default Mask Group or Any Mask Group (command options are the same on each tab) Slide 64 DL3000 Version 05

65 Macros  Command legend added for programming macros Slide 65 DL3000 Version 05

66  Either an Alarm Mask Group or Intrusion Mask Group may be assigned as the Default Mask Group Slide 66 DL3000 Version 05

67 Cardholder Operations / Command Keypad Behavior  Phase III intrusion commands and events DL3000 Version 05 Slide 67 DigitCommandEvent 0View points in alarm/intrusion group statusNo event 1Disarm (All points – no exit delay)Event 3 2Arm Away (All points with entry delay)Event 5 3Arm Stay (Perimeter points only)Event 6 then 7 4Arm Instant (All points – no entry delay)Event 4 Event GeneratedCommand Keypad Readout 1Mask group alarm**ALARM**ALARM** 2Mask group cancelledCANCELLED ALARM 3Alarm mask group disarmed***DISARMED*** 4Mask group armed instant**ARMED INSTANT* 5Mask group armed awayARMING EXIT NOW with delay countdown 6Mask group arming – exit delayARMING EXIT NOW with delay countdown 7Mask group armed stay**ARMED STAY**

68 Intrusion Mask Group Alarms  Mask group alarm (Event 1) An mask group alarm occurs when an intrusion group point enters an alarm state The command keypad will begin to beep continuously and the display will indicate an alarm has occurred  Mask Group Alarm cancelled (Event 2) The disarm command will need to be used to cancel (silence) the keypad A alarm history can be displayed by using the view command on the keypad List may be repeated by using the #  COMMAND button on the LNL-CK Slide 68 DL3000 Version 05

69  Chime The command keypad will beep when a point in the intrusion group that is configured to chime enters an alarm active until the alarm is cancelled from the command keypad or alarm monitoring User feedback configuration in the command keypad template must be have “Chime on point active” enabled DL3000 Version 05 Slide 69

70  The alarm monitoring status window will display the state of the intrusion mask group Alarm Cancelled (silenced) Disarmed Armed Arming – entry delay in progress Arming – exit delay in progress Armed away Armed stay Armed stay instant DL3000 Version 05 Slide 70

71 Intrusion Mask Group Control – Alarm Monitoring  The group state can be controlled by right clicking on the group in the Alarm Monitoring system status tree Disarm/Reset Will cancel the group if a zone is in an alarm (silence) or disarm the group if no zones are in alarm Arm Away* Arm Stay* Arm Instant* Restore all points Restores all points in the group that were previously Disabled or Bypassed DL3000 Version 05 Slide 71 * - The intrusion group may not have any active zones prior to attempting arming

72 Controlling Points in the Intrusion Group  Group points (zones) may be controlled through the right click menu Bypass Temporarily disables zone until the zone is Disarmed Disable Permanently disables zone until the Restore command is issued Restore Nullifies the Bypass or Disable commands Note: Currently there is no capability to control the zones through the command keypad DL3000 Version 05 Slide 72

73 Slide 73 of CR M (Access Control Config) Company Confidential  Command Sequence: Valid access Granted - Present badge + proper access level + open door  - Tells system that cardholder is about to enter a command Arm/disarm command code - Default = Tells system that cardholder is executing arm/disarm command 2 digit alarm mask group ID - Tells system what mask group to arm or disarm “Command” - Tells system that the cardholder is finished entering command Arm/Disarm Command 1=Disarm: Sets alarm mask group to 1 and masks all events in the group 2=Arm: Sets alarm mask group to 0 and unmasks all events in the group 3=Forced Arm: Sets alarm mask group to 0 and unmasks all events in the group even if a device is in alarm at the time of arming 4=View: Allows you to view any active points to help you determine if any further action is required before arming Example: Access Granted +  Command + 2 = Arming #01 Alarm Masking Group Intrusion Command


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