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1 Entro 5 An Introduction to The Access Security Group

2 January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 2 Content Introduction System configuration System components Specific functions –Lift control –Alarm control –Reservation

3 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 3 Secure your premises with Bewator Entro Easy to plan –Project Design Manual –Flexible system architecture Easy to install –Modern technology –Distributed intelligence –Easy to expand –Easy to upgrade Easy to use –Windows platform –User friendly

4 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 4 Secure your premises with Bewator Entro More than 55,000 systems sold in 20 countries Nine language versions: (English, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, German, French Belgium-Dutch and Spanish) Has all the features that 95% of the market requires…! Unique Web-based Reservation feature BAPSI – Open TCP/IP software interface for 3rd party software applications

5 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 5 Bewator Entro 5 - capacity Software for 1,000 sites –TCP/IP, Modem or Direct connect(RS232) 512 Doors 20,000 Cardholders 480 Access groups 240 Time schedules 240 Zones –Intruder Alarm control –Anti-pass back –Roll call –Entrance limitation –Interlock (Airlock) 64 Reservation objects Lift control

6 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 6 PC Segment Controllers Door environments LAN System overview Different levels –PC for Entro SW –Segment Controllers SR34i –Door environments, e.g. Door Controllers DC-12, DC- 22 and Readers Communication - RS232 - RS485 - Modem - TCP/IP on LAN or WAN System - Mirrored database between PC SR34i SR34i - Event backup in SR34i (10,000 latest events) SR34i DC-12 DC-22

7 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 7 Door environments Distributed intelligence Reading technology –Proximity Cotag® –Hands-Free 1m reading distance Loop Readers Glass Readers –Magnetic Stripe Bank & credit cards… Reader interfaces - BC-link - Clock & Data - Wiegand Communication Local bus

8 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 8 Security in the system System name –Unique to every system/database Software login –Different levels PC name –When using a Multiple user database Automatic logoff –Protects from unauthorised use 128 bit encryption –When TCP/IP is used Mirrored database –Easy recovering (backup/upload) Event backup –10,000 events stored in SR34i

9 System configurations Different structure

10 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 10 Configuration example Start with a small system Local RS485 bus Reception Local bus Max 1200 m

11 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 11 Configuration example Expand to a bigger system with several SR34i - still using RS485 Reception Global RS485 bus Local RS485 bus Security Manager RS232 or TCP/IP

12 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 12 Configuration example Change over to TCP/IP network Local Area Network Reception TCP/IP Local RS485 bus Security Manager

13 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 13 The way many competitors use TCP/IP Only the PC workstations use TCP/IP, not the security hardware! Must have a server! Network server Controller Local Area Network

14 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 14 The way many competitors use TCP/IP Or like this: Controller Local Area Network Ethernet Interface Need of a third party product! More complicated set-up!

15 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 15 Bewator Entro solution SR34i connects directly to LAN Integrated Ethernet interface SR34i communicate without PC Built in 2-port switch in SR34i Fixed or Dynamic IP addresses 10 or 100 Mbit Multiple user database (16 users) Easy installation and set-up Cost effective Flexible Reliable Local Area Network

16 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 16 Local Area network SR32i RS485 TCP/IP Local Area network TCP/IP Local network RS232 Internet Web Reservation Web Reservation Reservation Global network A true global system ! SR32i Reservation

17 System components SR34i Segment Controller DC-22 Door Controller DC-12 Door Controller DC-01 Door Controller IOR6 Input/Output Unit DT-05 Compact Cardreader Readers for DC-22/DC-12 Different reading technology

18 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 18 SR34i Segment Controller The Master in the system contains the full database (same as in the PC). The Database is “mirrored” between all SR34i and the PC, this can up-load the database in the event of a crash Event backup (10,000 latest) Up to 16 Segment Controllers in one system, controlling different amounts of doors (4, 8, 16 or 32 doors) Standard interfaces: - RS232 for PC or Modem - RS485 for Global and Local bus - TCP/IP for PC and Global bus on LAN/WAN Integrated Web server Integrated keyboard and display for programming and system feedback

19 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 19 Keyboard for programming Removable terminal blocks for Global and Local RS485 communication Tamper switch Compact Flash memory socket Built-in 2-port switch with 2 x RJ45 Ethernet connectors for 10/100 Mbit TCP/IP communication SR34i Segment Controller (inside) 9-pin D-type RS232 connector Battery for memory backup Address selection 1-16 Display for system info and status All electronics in a easy replaceable module Key to lock the unit

20 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 20 DC-22 Door Controller A new display for status and error codes BC-link, Clock&Data or Wiegand Reader interface Up to 16 digits card numbers In&Out Readers using BC-link for live roll call and anti- pass back Six relay outputs, 2xLock, 2xWarning, Alert and Intruder Alarm Interface Used as a Master in an Intruder Alarm zone Input for alarm status feedback, informs the access system when the intruder system is set or un-set) Can store 100 priority Cards for emergency access Upgradeable flash memory

21 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 21 DC-22 Door Controller (inside) Display for status and error codes (Option) Tamper switch for unit removed from wall Tamper switch for open lid Address selection ( 1-32 ) Most electronics protected on the back of the easy replaceable PCB All terminal blocks are removable and in yellow for best visibility Voltage select for the Reader +5V or +V in Corner details can be lifted for nice and easy cable installations Cable entry with knockouts Cable tie to secure the cable Screw holes under the corner details

22 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 22 DC-22 Door Controller Terminal blocks Power supply ( 12-24V DC ) and Local RS485 bus “to the next door” Relay outputs for: - Pre-warning Alarm - Door warning - Alert Power output for the Electric lock ( 12 or 24V DC, 1,4 A ) and Opening relay Reader connection with BC-Link interface Reader connection with Clock&Data or Wiegand interface Inputs for: - Exit button - Door contact - Lock contact Relay output for Motor lock Alarm bypass relay output and alarm Button/Timer input Inputs for: - ASF ( Alarm Status Feedback ) - Red LED control ( BC-Link Readers only)

23 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 23 DC-12 Door Controller A new display for status and error codes BC-link, Clock&Data or Wiegand Reader interface Up to 16 digits card numbers In&Out Readers using BC-link for live roll call and anti-pass back One relay output for Lock Can store 100 priority Cards for emergency access Upgradeable flash memory

24 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 24 DC-12 Door controller (inside) Display for status and error codes Tamper switch for open lid Address selection ( 1-32 ) Most electronics protected on the back of the easy replaceable PCB All terminal blocks are removable and in yellow for best visibility Voltage select for the Reader +5V or +V in Corner details can be lifted for nice and easy cable installations Cable entry with knockouts Cable tie to secure the cable Screw holes under the corner details

25 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 25 DC-12 Door Controller Terminal blocks Power supply ( 12-24V DC ) and Local RS485 bus “to the next door” Power output for the Electric lock ( 12 or 24V DC, 1,4 A ) and Opening relay Reader connection with BC-Link interface Reader connection with Clock&Data or Wiegand interface Inputs for: - Exit button - Door contact

26 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 26 HF500- Entro (internal) BC-5511 (external) Readers for DC-12 and DC-22 BC-43 PR500 HD500 (Heavy Duty) SP500 (Switch Plate) PM500 (Panel Mount) BC-43Prox (Card+PIN) Magnetic Stripe Hands-Free Keypad M-43 Custom Covers Glass Readers Proximity BC-16

27 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 27 DT-05 with it’s dropbox Compact solution All connections in the Reader Two variants (reading technologies) –DT-05 (Magnetic Stripe) –DT-05Prox (Proximity) Mainly for indoor use, but can also be mounted outdoors Com. Local bus

28 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 28 IOR6 Input/Output Unit Features: –2 voltage free Switching relays –4 voltage free Closing relays –6 extra outputs, (switches simultaneously) –4 remote inputs Used for: Lift Control (Up to 192 floors. Controlled by any Reader in the system) Machine control (For controlling machines, lights etc when use of Reservation) Timer control (Activate each relay via an time schedule) Alarm outputs (Activate each relay via an alarm event, set by a filter) Power Fail input (From battery back-up, generates an event/alarm) Emergency opening input (From a Fire alarm, opens all door in the system)

29 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 29 DC-01 Door controller No Reader connection Output for Electric lock (timer operated) Input for Door contact Input for Exit request Com. Local bus An excellent controller for monitoring doors where no Readers are needed

30 Specific functions Lift control Alarm control Reservation

31 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 31 Lift Control Any Reader (Master) controls one or several IOR6 IOR6 Lift control Access rights to each floor (relay) is controlled by access groups Lift SR34i DC-12

32 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 32 Alarm by-pass Monostable alarm bypass Bistable alarm control Pulse alarm control Alarm zones created in the software, no extra wiring ASF (Alarm Status Feedback), synchronises Entro and the Alarm system Red LED control Alarm activation via time schedule Pre-warning in Readers and relay in DC-22 4 different rights to control the Alarm: - Activate & Deactivate - Only Activate - Only Deactivate - No alarm control

33 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 33 Alarm zones DC-12 DC-22 DC-12 DC-22 DC-12 STOCK SHOP Alarm zone 1, Shop: Alarm zone 2, Stock: SR34i Reader 1, 2 and 4 Reader 3, 5 and 6 Alarm system

34 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 34 Reservation system Integrated as a module in the access control system For reserving access to premises –Conference rooms, clubs –Squash, tennis courts –Solarium, laundry rooms Reservation terminal –InfoPoint IP810 or IP811 Internet reservation Confirmation via Fixed or Free time reservation Machine control Random reservation

35 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 35 InfoPoint IP810 and IP811 Reservation terminal with web functions TFT Colour screen 400x200 Menu driven, easy-to-use Several languages TCP/IP connection 10 Mbit Integrated Proximity Reader for login IP811 IP810

36 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 36 TCP/IP Solarium (Reservation node) CF8 Web Reservation and/or Administration of Entro Example - Solarium TCP/IP DC-12 SR34i InfoPoint IP810 with CF8 RS485

37 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 37 TCP/IP Solarium (Reservation node) CF8 Web Reservation and/or Administration of Entro Example - Solarium TCP/IP DC-12 SR34i InfoPoint IP810 with machine & door control IOR6 with CF8 RS485

38 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 38 TCP/IP Solarium (Reservation node) CF8 Web Reservation and/or Administration of Entro Example - Solarium TCP/IP DC-12 SR34i InfoPoint IP810 with machine & door control IOR6 with CF8 Reservation in LAN/WAN Network - LAN TCP/IP Internet RS485

39 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 39 Login for Web reservation

40 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 40 Reservation page with fixed time intervals

41 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 41 Reservation page with free time intervals

42 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 42 confirmation of reservation

43 The Access Security Group January 2005 Bewator Entro Page 43 Bewator Entro A cost effective high security solution! Contact Bewator on for more information or visit our website:


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