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SK-ACP Installation Overview. Agenda. Overview SK-ACP (Access Control Panel) Resources Available SK-NET (Software) Demo. Secura Key Take Away. Access Control System: Easy to Learn (Installers, End User) Where to Locate Resources Full Featured Robust Software Scalable Affordable.

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Secura key

SK-ACP Installation Overview


Agenda

Agenda

  • Overview

    • SK-ACP (Access Control Panel)

    • Resources Available

    • SK-NET (Software)

    • Demo


Secura key take away

SecuraKey Take Away

  • Access Control System:

    • Easy to Learn (Installers, End User)

    • Where to Locate Resources

    • Full Featured Robust Software

    • Scalable

    • Affordable


Secura key acp

Secura Key ACP

Access Control Panel

Network Modules


Sk acp advanced control panel

SK-ACP Advanced Control Panel

  • Card Capacity:65,535 User Capacity

  • Transactions:4,864 Stored

  • Time Zones:15 card access/1 door unlock

    32 Programmable Holidays

    Auto-Select Daylight Savings time

  • Facility Codes:Up to 16 Facility Codes

  • Latch/Shunt Timer:¼ to 30 seconds

  • AntiPassback:Real or Timed/ 1-30 seconds

  • Inputs (2 per door):Define as Door Monitor, Tamper Monitor, Remote Open(REX)Remote Inactive, Bell, Arming Circuit or User Defined

  • Limited Use Cards:Block of 4000 within 65,535 1-500 uses, days, weeks, or # days after first use

  • Supports Two Wiegand Output Devices (readers, keypads, etc.)

  • 100 panels can be linked to a PC with SK-NET™ using a simple RS-485 bus

  • LAN/Modem Capability for Unlimited Remote Locations


Sk acp notes wiring

SK-ACP Notes: Wiring

Lock

Power

2 Cond unshielded

SK-ACP

SK-ACP

Cat5 or twisted pair

Reader

6 Cond Shielded

No twisted pair


Connect 1

Connect 1…

1


Connect 98 99 100 and more

Connect 98, 99, 100 and more…

Connect over 100 panels using a simple 2-wire RS-485 bus

1

100


Flexibility in project planning

Flexibility in Project Planning

  • Connect panels in almost any configuration

  • Connect to PC using RS-232, RS-485, Modem or LAN network

  • Hard-copy printout of all system activity using a serial printer


Flexibility in project planning1

Flexibility in Project Planning

Daisy Chain/Multi-Drop


Flexibility in project planning2

Flexibility in Project Planning

Star/Fan-out


Flexibility in project planning3

Flexibility in Project Planning

T-Configuration


Flexibility in project planning4

Flexibility in Project Planning

LAN Connection


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Plug in Terminal Blocks are Provided


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Reader


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Follow Status of a door


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Tells me there is a problem w/ that door


Sk acp notes general

SK-ACP Notes: General

  • Use Separate Power Supplies for the SK-ACP and the Locks

  • Use 24VDC/500mA or higher for the SK-ACP

  • Always close SK-NET before Windows to avoid communications issues

  • Cards and Facility Codes: up to 16 within the panel

    • Card ID numbers must be unique, even if multiple Facility Codes are used. The system checks the FC, but uses the ID number to identify cardholders

    • Facility code 12, ID #1-10 = FC 15, ID # 1-10

    • Should be: FC 12, ID # 1-10 and FC 15, ID # 11-20

      (Facility codes should be kept to a minimum. More FC = less secure)


Sk acp notes relays

Latch Relays

Location J1, J2

1 set of contacts can:

Unlock door

Activate Gate Operator

The other set can:

Shunt Alarm Contact

Start a video recorder

Auxiliary relays

Location J3, J4

May operate under variety of user defined conditions:

(i.e.) Error Alarm

Tamper Alarm

Door Bell

Door Held Open

Emergency Exit alarm

Etc.

Programmed through SK-NET

SK-ACP Notes:Relays

Each Door has 1 “Latch” Relay and 1 “Aux” Relay, each with two sets of contacts


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J1

J3

Relays


Sk acp notes inputs

SK-ACP Notes: Inputs

NOTE: All inputs are configured as NO circuits

If NC is required ( “Door Monitor” only )

  • Disconnect power from panel

  • Remove jumper from pins 2, 3 on J10

  • Place jumper on pins 1, 2 on J10

  • Restore power

  • Test Door Monitor input

Each Reader may be associated with up to 2 inputs. These can monitor contact closures at Remote Switches, Door contacts, Vehicle presence detectors, etc.

  • Inputs defined through SK-NET (Tamper, Remote Open, Door Monitor, etc.)

  • Located at J1, J2 terminals 7, 9 and share common terminal 8


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J10

J1

Inputs


Sk acp notes rs 232 connection

SK-ACP Notes: RS-232 Connection

RS-232 used to connect the COM port of a PC to a single SK-ACP, or

as a gateway to a series of SK-ACP’s

  • J7 or RJ11 Jack in center of the Board

  • Distance < 100’

    NEVER connect a telephone line directly into the RJ11 Jack on the SK-ACP!


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RJ11

J7

RS-232


Sk acp notes rs 485 connection

SK-ACP Notes: RS-485 Connection

  • Run CAT 5 Between J8 plugs (terminals 1, 2)

    • Distance between the PC ‘gateway’ and SK-ACP > 100’

      • 232/485 converter required (SK part# NET-CONV-P)

      • Twisted pair

  • Total Cable distance not to exceed 4000’

  • Terminal 3 is a signal GND. If connected to conductor of twisted pair this must be an insulated conductor and NOT connected to earth GND

    • Starts to become a consideration at approx 2000’

  • RS-485 Bus is used to link multiple SK-ACP units into a network


    Secura key

    J8

    RS485


    Networking modules

    Networking Modules

    Plug-in Modules for SK-ACP

    • LAN Applications

      • SK-LAN-MOD

        • Use existing network infrastructure to monitor and control the AccessControl system

    • Wireless Applications

      • SK-WLS-MOD

        • Uses widely accepted 802.11g protocol (existing router and wireless system in place)


    Sk acp notes lan connection

    SK-ACP Notes: LAN Connection

    SK-LAN-MOD or SK-WLS-MOD

    • Embedded Devices (receive power from the SK-ACP)

      • Connect to J9 Connector

        • Disconnect Power from SK-ACP

        • Remove 2 pin jumper from J9 pins 6, 7

        • Plug in Module

        • SK-LAN-MOD connect Ethernet cable

        • Restore Power

      • Have available:

        • Hardware Address

        • Unique IP Address


    Secura key

    J8

    LAN


    Sk acp notes power and batteries

    SK-ACP Notes: Power and Batteries

    • RK-WM/ RK-WS readers24VDC, 500mA

    • SK-LAN-MOD, SK-WLS-MOD24VDC, 1Amp

    • RK-WL 24VDC, 1.5Amp

      (Basic config powered with SK-ACP-PS: 24VDC 500mA and a 1.9AH backup battery)

      Do not energize SK-ACP until all connections are made

    SK-ACP must be connected to source of low voltage power


    Sk acp notes general1

    SK-ACP Notes: General

    99% of technical ‘issues’ are addressed by:

    • Referring to:

      • The Manual

      • Troubleshooting Guide

      • Following the Installation Instructions

    • Referring to the Web Site

      www.securakey.com


    Sk net software

    SK-Net Software

    • Basic

      • RS232 Direct Connect

      • RS485 Direct Connect w/ RS-232 to RS-485 converter

      • Single LAN TCP/IP connection

    • Multi-Location (Remote Access)

      • Multiple LAN TCP/IP Connections

      • Modem Dial-up

    • Multi-User

      • Client Server license for 2, 5, 10 or 15 workstations


    Sk acp notes

    SK-ACP Notes:

    Basic Version

    SK-NET-DM

    RS232 Direct Connect, 1 LAN, RS485

    Direct Conn w/RS-232 to RS-485 conv

    Single Location

    Single Workstation

    Multi-Location (Remote Access)

    SK-NET-MLD

    Multiple LAN TCP/IP connections,

    Modem Dial-up

    Multiple Locations

    Single Workstation

    Multi-User

    SK-NET-MLD-CS

    Client Server license for

    2, 5, 10 or 15 workstations

    Multiple Locations

    Multiple Workstations


    Features of sk net

    Multiple Locations (adding)

    Customize the System

    Location Time Zones (editing, limiting, etc)

    Antipassback (Timed, Real, Soft and Hard)

    Single Reader Time Zone Editing

    Creating Access Groups

    Changing Reader icons

    Setting Door Schedules

    Changing Latch timer for a single reader

    Holidays

    Daylight savings time

    IN and OUT Readers (programming)

    Reader Groups (creating, editing)

    Door Controls (setting and using)

    Inputs/Outputs

    Programming custom Wiegand formats

    Adding Facility Codes

    Features of SK-NET


    Features of sk net1

    Managing Users

    Adding/Deleting

    Customizing User Data Fields

    Sorting

    Filtering Users

    User Reports

    Limited Use Cards

    Managing Transactions

    Filtering Transactions

    Viewing Cardholder Photos

    Archiving

    Excluding Transaction types for all/ for one reader

    Reports

    Transaction Reports

    User Information Report

    List of Readers in a Location

    List of Readers in an Access Group

    List of Users in Access Group

    Security

    Passwords

    Assigning Operator Levels

    System Activity Log

    Password Protection

    Features of SK-NET


    Transaction history

    Transaction History


    Transaction filters

    Transaction Filters


    Define user properties

    Define User Properties


    Modify single or range of users

    Modify Single or Range of Users


    Location connections

    Location Connections


    Set up time zones

    Set Up Time Zones


    Set up door schedules

    Set Up Door Schedules


    5 main steps in system setup

    5 Main Steps in System Setup

    • Establish communications to the readers.

    • Setup any or all restrictions for times of access.

    • Assign user with cards numbers for any restrictions necessary.

    • Setup any inputs or outputs for special requirements.

    • Keep track of who uses the reader, time, date, and area of entrance.


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