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10 February 20041 Viewing Controller Status. 10 February 20042 Controller Status Provides a “snap shot” of the current configuration of controllers on.

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1 10 February Viewing Controller Status

2 10 February Controller Status Provides a “snap shot” of the current configuration of controllers on the network –Either one selected controller or all controllers

3 10 February Open the Controller Window Click the tool bar button OR Select the Setup > System pull-down menu option Then click on the Controller Status tab

4 10 February Collecting Controller Status Displays controller status –Select one controller and click the button for that controller’s status –Click the button for the status of all controllers

5 10 February Viewing Controller Status Use the scroll bars to step through all status information and all controllers

6 10 February Door Name and Controller/Door Address Door name lists the text name assigned to each door Address lists the individual controller/door addresses

7 10 February Online Status Identifies the controller’s online status – - Actively communicating with the network – - Powered off or disconnected from the network, or not requested by the operator

8 10 February Controller Type Identifies the controller model and configuration –PXL-250 P/WPXL-500/510 P/WEntraguard –SB-293SB-593 –1 door or 2 door

9 10 February ROM Revision / RAM Configuration Identifies the controller’s ROM firmware revision Identifies the controller’s RAM size –RAM size correlates to the number of users that can be assigned to the controller

10 10 February Events / Users in Memory Lists the number of events currently stored in the controller (maximum of 3,640) Lists the number of users stored in the controller’s memory

11 10 February Date and Time Lists the date and time the controller status information was collected

12 10 February Cold and Warm Resets Lists the number of times the controller’s power has been cycled off and on Lists the number of times the controller’s microprocessor reset itself

13 10 February POST Failures Lists the number of times the controller’s power on self test failed –Indicative of a RAM or controller power issue

14 10 February Local APB Identifies if local anti-passback has been enabled for that controller

15 10 February Access Enabled Identifies if the controller’s reader is currently turned on (enabling access control reading) or off (disabling access control reading)

16 10 February Reader Type Lists the type of reader connected to the controller –Proximity or Wiegand

17 10 February Door Status and Door Lock Lists the state of the door status switch on the door at the time controller status was read Lists the status of the door lock at the time controller status was read

18 10 February Door Open Time / Unlock Time Lists the number of seconds a door can be held open before a “door held open” alarm is generated Lists the number of seconds that a door’s lock relay will be active following a valid access request

19 10 February Door Unlock Timezone Lists the unlock timezone that has been assigned to the door

20 10 February First Person In Lists the First Person In value assigned to that door

21 10 February Door Forced / Door Held Outputs Lists the output where a door forced alarm will be directed Lists the output where a door held open alarm will be directed

22 10 February Primary and Auxiliary RTE Lists the action taken by the controller when a Primary or Auxiliary RTE signal is received


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