Presentation on theme: "1 Stanley PAC | System Overview. 2 2 Stanley PAC opens the borders between the converging worlds of traditional access control and next- generation IP-based."— Presentation transcript:
1 Stanley PAC | System Overview
2 2 Stanley PAC opens the borders between the converging worlds of traditional access control and next- generation IP-based solutions. It is specifically developed to meet the requirements of everyday access control applications with on-going development for new functionality. Whether a customer just upgrades to the new Stanley PAC software or mix and matches an existing K2000 series system with the new and powerful 500 series hardware, it's a philosophy built on strategy. So your customers can make the best choice today, while keeping pace with change and maintaining top performance long into the future. Stanley PAC | System Overview
3 3 Readykey ™ for Windows | Typical System Configurations Admin Kit SystemCNC and Dial-Up System A PC interface kit is normally used on systems with less than 32 doors. A Central Network Controller (CNC) is used systems with more than 32 doors or for multi-site systems that use modems to dial up remote door controllers
4 Stanley PAC | Edition Overview
5 Stanley PAC | Database Conversion The Stanley PAC migration solution minimizes the cost, risk, and process downtime of a full system replacement, moving from Readykey for Windows or PAC Vision to Stanley PAC No Rewiring, No Re-Enrollment of Cardholders, No Lengthy Downtime, No Risk. Our Migration Solution is the only solution specifically designed to avoid the high cost, high risk, and extended downtime of typical replacement solutions. Readykey for Windows and PAC Vision Conversion Whether you use Readykey for Windows, PAC Vision (PAC Prism) we have ensured a conversion path to the new Stanley PAC software platform. Stanley PAC (formally Readykey X) allows you to utilize and protect your existing investment in 2100 (1100) and 2200 (1200) series door controller and associated hardware technology. It also introduces support for the new generation of 500-series controllers, which can be used alongside an existing 2000-series installation.
6 6 Stanley PAC | Intuitive Software Stanley PAC uses a Microsoft ® Outlook ® like graphical user interface to minimize operator training and help organize tasks more efficiently. Simple point and click interface Easy Navigation Windows XP and Vista Certified
7 7 Stanley PAC | Hardware List View The Hardware List View is a single easy-to-use screen that displays a list of channels and controllers, both K2000 series and PAC 500 series. The system can handle logical controllers which enables the configuration of a complete system without the need for any physical hardware and enables the areas, access groups, etc. to be configured off-site without having hardware present. List of controllers connected (on or off-line) Controller status Controller probe
8 8 Stanley PAC | Alarm Viewer Alarms highlighted on graphic map Configurable alarm sound Alarm silencer Operator acknowledgement Active Alarms Board The Alarm Viewer application is used to monitor and manage alarms that occur on your Stanley PAC administered access control system. Alarms occur when Alarm Points are triggered. Alarm points are items capable of generating alarm events, and take the form of inputs, doors, controllers or PAC 500 Controllers. A system tray application monitors the alarms occurring in the Stanley PAC system providing a pop-up alert when an alarm occurs. This enables an operator to monitor alarms without needing to run the alarm viewer application continually
9 9 Stanley PAC | Time Profiles and Holidays 200 time profiles Each profile can contain up to 400 periods 40 holidays profiles Each holiday profile can have start and end dates and times A time profile consists of one or more time periods that can span multiple days. It can be applied to a cardholder or door and determine when a Cardholder has access through a door or when a door is unlocked.
Stanley PAC | IP camera Interface Interfaces with AXIS IP cameras IP cameras buttons on graphic maps Live display on the client workstation Intuitive camera interface Control of camera movement (PTZ) Full camera switching capability Real time image display Stanley PAC enables the power of independently addressable IP cameras to be combined and controlled from within the software
11 Stanley PAC | OEM Interface The OEM Interface is an optional add-on that provides an advanced application integration service enabling real time, bidirectional seamless integration between Stanley PAC and third party products. Secure and seamless communication over TCP/IP using XML and HTTP enables Stanley PAC to both exchange common information and initiate door and area interactions. Developed with the primary objective of maximizing resources, Data Exchange reduces training costs, time to input critical data and helps to avoid duplication of employee data without endangering the access control or security at a facility. Addition, modification and deletion of cardholder records in the Stanley PAC system by the OEM software Notification of cardholder changes to the OEM software, allowing the OEM software to keep its personnel database up to date Notification of cardholder-related events to the OEM software (typically access events) Initiation of actions by the OEM software - door actions (unlock, lock, bolt, normal operation) and area actions (unlock, lock, bolt, normal operation, arm, disarm), switching on CCTV cameras, raising barriers and acknowledging alarms
Stanley PAC | Typical Upgraded System Configurations – Software Only Admin Kit SystemCNC and Dial-Up System We have ensured our customers a path to the new Stanley PAC platform, enabling customers to utilize and protect their previous investment in Readykey for Windows, PAC Vision and K2000 series hardware, readers and credentials. The existing personnel database and access groups can be simply imported into the new software. Readykey has full compatibility with Microsoft’s Windows XP operating system is grounded in a development program based on Microsoft’s innovative.NET platform and CE.Net architecture.
Stanley PAC | Typical Upgraded System Configurations – LAN Upgrade Admin Kit SystemCNC and LAN System It is simple to replace existing CNC Dial-up connections with LAN connections which can be directly administered from the Host PC.
A typical Stanley PAC solution uses the new 500 series hardware and usually contains the following: Stanley PAC Administration Software Access and Alarm Server (PAC500) Two Door Access Controller (PAC512) Input Controller (PAC520) Output Controller (PAC530) USB Enrollment Reader Readykey™ (PAC), KeyPAC, Oneprox™ or Wiegand Readers DIN-Rail Power Supply Units (PSU) DIN-Rail Cabinets Stanley PAC | Typical System Components
The Stanley PAC host system hosts the primary security database: Host System Requirements: Operating System:Windows 2000 Professional SP 3, Vista Ultimate, Vista Business or Vista Enterprise. Windows Server 2003 (SP1 or LC2) or Server 2008 Processor:2 GHz or faster Memory:512 Mbytes Hard Disk:Minimum 500 Mbytes of free disk space Stanley PAC | Host System
The Stanley PAC client software enables an operator to administer and monitor the system from a client PC Host System Requirements: Operating System: Windows 2000 Professional SP 3, Vista Ultimate, Vista Business or Vista Enterprise. Processor:1 GHz or faster Memory:256 Mbytes (512 Mbytes recommended) Hard Disk:50 Mbytes of free disk space Stanley PAC | Client Software
The Access and Alarm Server (PAC500) is a powerful, expandable and intelligent access control server with embedded Microsoft Windows CE.NET, capable of managing multiple locations and can locally administer the access control for any sized enterprise. PAC500 Features: Intel 400MHz Xscale processor Microsoft CE.Net architecture 96MB onboard memory Up to 75,000 cardholders 100Mb/s Ethernet connection Flash upgradeable firmware Built-in Firewall Encrypted SSL communications Stanley PAC | PAC500 Access and Alarm Server AC status monitored and reported Up to 48 controller modules supported RS-232 modem connection Battery Backup One-Touch™ installation testing mode DIN-Rail mounting 10.5VDC to 28VDC operating voltage
18 The Two Door Access Controller (PAC512) includes support for the connection of an entry reader, exit reader, a relay to lock and unlock the door, and door contact to detect the door’s position. Two models are available, the PAC512IP with an on-board IP and PAC512 with a RS-232 connection. PAC512 Features: Support for a comprehensive range of reader technologies including Readykey™, KeyPAC, Oneprox™, Wiegand including HID iClass and Magstripe Supports up to two doors Support for both entry (IN) and exit (OUT) readers on two doors with Readykey™, KeyPAC and Oneprox™ readers 5V/12V Power supply for connected readers AC status monitored and reported Monitoring of a door contact input (may be supervised) Monitoring of a request-to-exit device (may be supervised) Lock sharing for all doors One-Touch™ testing mode Flash upgradeable firmware 10.5VDC to 28VDC operating voltage Stanley PAC | PAC512 Access Controller Series
19 The Input Controller (PAC520) is an advanced, multi-purpose controller that provides an interface between the input devices used to monitor a facility and an Access and Alarm Server (PAC500) PAC520 Features: 20 programmable inputs Inputs may be supervised 2 programmable outputs (configurable as latched, momentary, toggling or pulsing) Status LEDs show the state of all Inputs and Outputs and system status Local anti-tamper input AC status monitored and reported Flash upgradeable firmware One-Touch ™ testing mode 10.5VDC to 28VDC operating voltage Stanley PAC | PAC520 Input Controller
The Output Controller (PAC530) is an advanced, multi-purpose controller that provides an interface between an output device and an Access and Alarm Server (PAC500) PAC530 Features: 12 programmable outputs (configurable as latched, momentary, toggling or pulsing) 2 programmable inputs (may be supervised) Local anti-tamper input AC status monitored and reported Over-ride support Status LEDs show the state of all inputs and outputs Flash upgradeable firmware One-Touch™ testing mode 10.5VDC to 28VDC operating voltage Stanley PAC | PAC530 Output Controller
21 Stanley PAC | Simple System Migration An existing K2000 series based system can be easily expanded with PAC512 Access Controller on a LAN (or by RS-484 or dial-up), Each PAC512IP can support up to 31 additional PAC512s multi-dropped on an RS-485 network.
22 Stanley PAC | Simple Integrated System Migration An existing K2000 series based system can be easily expanded with up to 250 PAC500 Access and Alarm Servers each of which supports any combination of up to 48 PAC512 Access Controllers, PAC520 Input Controllers and PAC530 Output Controllers.
23 Stanley PAC | PAC512 Standalone System 2 to 20 doors represents 75% of the market for access control Stanley PAC Lite software supports up to 5,000 users and 128 doors, and can be upgraded at any time as more features are required. The modular design of Stanley PAC solutions means it can accommodate both growth and change. If further expansion requires integration with other people and facility management systems it is easy to upgrade with equipment monitoring, elevator control, alarm management and more — all without trading in a single piece of equipment or changing software.
24 Stanley PAC | Integrated PAC500-Based System
25 By making use of existing IT networks and secure encryption technology, Stanley PAC is leading the way toward a new and more personalized approach to access control. Our innovative and integrated solutions are shaping the future of building access and security, enabling you to access, process and control, simply and efficiently. Stanley PAC allows you to develop scalable and versatile systems as never before. By enabling a seamless migration of existing K2000 series hardware and combining the power of the new 500 series hardware over converged high speed networks, it provides users with flexible and personalized tools that leverage the latest advances for organizational advantage. Summary