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1 Please Dial in, class will begin shortly (800)Meeting # * *Compass 2.0
2 Agenda System Requirements Standalone PC Installation Creating Customer AccountsMethods of CommunicationUploading and DownloadingEvent Log OperationsCommunication OptionsAccount ManagementDatabase Management
4 System Requirements Recommended System and Software Attributes Pentium II PC or Better1 Gigabyte HDD minimum, more is recommended for logging purposes256MB RAM minimum, 512MB recommendedMicrosoft Windows2000 SP4 (Limited)XP SP2 and SP32003 ServerVista Business*Vista Home Basic*Vista Ultimate*Windows 7 32bit (64bit with XP mode)Database ApplicationMS SQL Server 2000MS SQL Server 2005MS SQL Express 2005Internet Explorer 5.5 or above* Does not support 16 bit panel applications
5 System Requirements Compass Component Vista OS bit Basic Home Professional Ultimate Enterprise panelsVista OS bit Basic Home Professional Ultimate Enterprise panelsWindows 7 32bit Starter Home Professional Ultimate Enterprise panelsWindows 7 32bit XP Mode Professional Ultimate Enterprise panelsWindows 7 64bit (Without XP mode) Starter Professional Ultimate Enterprise panelsWindows 7 64bit (XP mode) Professional Ultimate Enterprise only panels1Compass InstallationCompatibleCompatible (Client Only)2Customer Account Screen3Panel Configuration Screen3aPanel Configuration (16bit)Incompatible4Panel Communication Engine4aPanel Communication (16bit)5Personality DiskCompatible (Run as admin)New Personality requiredCompatible (Run as admin)On Windows 7 without XP Mode, only the Compass client should be installed. In this configuration, you canonly access panels available in the format (about 200 panels currently). Install XP Mode to get access to allpanels (about 550 panels). Switch to XP Mode before installing Compass XP Mode software can bedownloaded from XP Mode is not availableon Windows 7 Home edition.On Windows Vista OS, you will have access only to panels converted to Compass format (about 200 panelscurrently). More panels will be converted in a phased, incremental manner as time goes on.The Compass installation can migrate the MS Access database to the new 32bit SQL Express duringStandard/Server installation. See the installation guide on the Compass CD for more information.To use Compass in a network, use the “Standard/Server” installation, which installs the Compassdatabase, on the PC to be used as the “Server” then do the Client installation on all other PCs which will access thisdatabase over the network.Use the Database Management Utility, located at Start->Programs->Compass Windows Downloader->DatabaseManagementUtility to change/backup/restore/migrate your database.An existing licensed SQL Server can be selected during installation of Compass , see the installation guide onthe Compass CD for more informationCompass is not compatible with Windows XP 64 bit OS
7 Installing Compass 2.0Insert the Compass disc into the CD-ROM drive. The Preparing to Install screen appears. If the setup does not open automatically, browse to the CD ROM folder and run the CompassSetup.exe file.The Welcome screen appears. Click Next
8 Installing Compass 2.0 The License Agreement screen appears. Read through the license agreement and click I accept the terms of the license agreement, to accept the license agreement. Click Next
9 Installing Compass 2.0 The Installation Type screen appears. For a standard installation, perform the following steps.Select Compass Standard/Server Installation in the Installation type dialog box. Click Next.
10 Installing Compass 2.0The Choose Destination Location dialog box appears.The default destination folder location is C:\Program Files\Honeywell\. To change the location, click Change and specify the folder location. Click Next.
11 Installing Compass 2.0The Database Type dialog box appears.
12 Installing Compass 2.0Click to select the database types from the available options.Create New Compass Database.Install SQL express and create a new Compass 2.0 database.Migrate Compass Access Database Accounts.Install SQL express and Migrate all the user accounts present in access database to a new database in the local SQL server.Use Existing SQL/SQL Express Database.Continue using existing SQL Express or SQL Server 2000 or SQL Server 2005 by upgrading existing database to latest Compass 2.0 database.
13 Installing Compass 2.0 To Create a New Compass Database. In the Database Type dialog box, click Create New Compass Database and click Next.
14 Installing Compass 2.0To Create a New Compass Database.Click Connect
15 Installing Compass 2.0 To Create a New Compass Database. Connection to the DB is successful. Click OK
16 Installing Compass 2.0 To Create a New Compass Database. The Default Data Base is selected. Click Next
21 Installing Compass 2.0 You now have an Icon On your Desktop In your Start - All Programs Menu
22 Installing Compass 2.0 To Migrate Compass Access Database Accounts. In the Database Type dialog box, click Migrate Compass Access Database Accounts and click Next.
23 Installing Compass 2.0The Choose the path for existing Access Database Selection dialog box appears.
24 Installing Compass 2.0 Click Browse and perform one of the following: Select the Compass 16 directory on this computer to convert your Access database to SQL Express.The database folder can reside anywhere in your computer, except the Desktop, including a USB Drive.You need not have Compass 16 installed on the machine to convert an Access Database. You can copy the Database folder from any 16 bit Compass installation to the computer where Compass 2.0 is being installed, then browse to it when prompted. The Access Database folder can be converted from any directory except the Desktop.Click Next.
25 Installing Compass 2.0 The Start Copying Files dialog box appears. Click NextInstallation proceeds for a few minutes and the InstallShield Wizard dialog box appears.Installation is ValidatedInstallation Complete.Click FinishYou now have an IconOn your DesktopIn your Start - All Programs Menu
30 Modem Setup Select Modem From the Main Screen If using a Modem Select Configure COM ports
31 Select COM port From the Drop down Select the COM port for your modem Then select AddRepeat for additional COM ports if necessaryClick Close when finished
32 Modem SetupYou can now select your modem from the Modems List, once the appropriate COM port is selected.If you are going to be IP downloadingSelect TCPIP Port Settings…
33 TCPIP Port Setup Select the TCPIP port you want to use. This is a logical port name for Compass use only, and does not refer to any existing network configuration settingsThen select AddRepeat, if necessary, to enable additional TCPIP ports for use in CompassClick OK when finished
34 Operator Setup Select the Operators Icon from the Main Screen Then select Add to create a new Operator
35 Operator Setup Enter the Operator Name Enter the Password and Confirm by retypingSelect the Access permissions for the new operatorSelect OK to addUser Screen Access – View control panel user screen when modifying control panel programming.View User Code – View control panel user codes.Add Users – Add control panel user codes.Modify Users – Edit or delete control panel user codes.Subscriber Access – Handle subscriber data.Add – Add new customers to database.Edit – Edit existing customer information.Delete – Delete customers from database.Modify Panels – Access and change alarm control information.Import / Export – Import/Export Compass accounts.Other AccessAdministrator – Configure or modify any Compass 2.0 screen. Without this authority, you cannot view the Operator or Station Data Screens.Restore / Purge Customer – Restore or completely purge customer accounts.Print Data – Print all alarm control information.Zone Screen Enabled – Access the Zone Information screen for the control.History Screen Enabled – Access the History Screen for the control.Template Screen Enabled – Access the Create Templates screen.View CSID / Proprietary ID in Panels – View the Central Station Identification Number.Change CSID / Proprietary ID in Panels – Change the Central Station Identification Number.Edit Import Subscribers – Change import subscriber options and settings.Communications – Communicate with panels.
37 Customer SetupBy selecting the Customers Button on the Main Screen the Customer List will be DisplayedSelect Add to create a new customer
38 Customer Setup The Customer Detail window will open. The Receiver and Acct numbers are Required as well as panel type and revision.Name and other site identifying fields are optional.Select the Panel from the Drop down list
39 Customer SetupThen select the Panel Revision. When in doubt, always choose the Highest Revision available. Compass 2.0 will do this for you by default.
40 Customer SetupEnter the Panel Phone number and or the Device MAC address
55 Panel preparation for Downloading Power appliedNot in programming modeTelephone connection (or registered AlarmNet device)Ring count (1-15)Account numbermatches Compass or at defaultCSID numberCall back number (if option selected)
56 Answering Machine Defeat Panel ring count = 15Used to bypass on-site and electronic off-site answering systemsPanel listens for a single ring, followed by a pause (hang up)Panel will answer on the first ring of the next call, if that ring occurs within a specified time periodSet Compass for Answering Machine Defeat
57 Comm port alternative USB Adapter Tripp Lite Keyspan (USA-19HS) USB High-Speed Serial AdapterThis is the only adapter we currently support.Others have been tested and found to have timing issues