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  1. Introducing • PremiSys - access control PremiSysID - security id badging • Access control and badging capabilities are combined in a single software platform • Users rights depend on licenses • Hardware rights and badge-printing rights are licensed separately

  2. Levels of PremiSys • PremiSys • Comes with 2 client licenses • PremiSysID is optional • Limited to 3 users and 40 readers • PremiSys Pro • Comes with 3 client licenses • PremiSysID is optional • no imposed restrictions of clients or readers See Coursebook, page 6, for feature comparison chart

  3. PremiSys Licensing • No hardware keys (dongle) • License code is used to activate via online, fax, email or phone • Price is based on: • PremiSys or PremiSys Pro • with or without PremiSysID • Contact IDenticard to transfer a license registration to another PC, or to extend your 30-day trial period (Try Mode)

  4. PremiSys Licensing • Go to Help > License: • to view system level & options • to add client licenses or upgrade to Pro • to view number of licenses remaining

  5. PremiSys Licensing • PremiSys - allows hardware configuration, system monitoring, but no badge-printing • PremiSysID - allows tasks related to security ID badging, but no hardware configuration/monitoring Note: a single system user with full rights, including card printing, will occupy one seat of each.

  6. Resources • Partner Website (IDenticard.com) latest news and technical documentation Web-to-case form to request support • Support Staff IDenticard Access Regional Managers (ARMs) Regional Manufacturer Representatives Technical Support 800-220-8096 Monday through Thursday, 8:30 am - 6 pm; Friday, 8:30 am - 5 pm; closed Sat/Sun • Training Opportunities Product certification, refresher, end-user training • Aaron Henderson, Product Manager Feature requests and road map

  7. Hardware Manual C:\Program Files\IDenticard\HardwareManual.pdf Updates posted at IDenticard.com > Partner Login

  8. Software Manual C:\Program Files\IDenticard\en-US\IDentiHelp.chm Updates posted at IDenticard.com > Partner Login

  9. Partner Resource Center Login accounts available for authorized IDenticard Partner staff.

  10. Build your own start-up kit

  11. Competitive Take-Over • It may be possible to replace a competitor’s head-end software with PremiSys • Contact your Manufacture’s Rep or IDenticard Access Regional Sales Manager for more details

  12. Software Demos • PremiSys Demo Simulator Recommended for Sales Demos View it online or download files for offline demos No installation of software is required IDenticard.com > Login > Training > Self-Study • “Try-Mode” Software installation Recommended for software setup and training Does not install with any sample data Download or obtain CD from Partner Request Form

  13. System Architecture and Intuitive Item Codes PREM-CTLR-___ PREM-BRD-___

  14. Hardware Controllers communicate with server PC; hold local memory onboard • Two-Reader Controller • IP Controller • POE Controller SIO Boards downstream from controllers (via hardwire or IP*), provides inputs/outputs/readers • 2 Reader board • 1 Reader board • 16 Input board • 16 Output board • POE Reader board* • 9000 Panels • 9000 RIO boards PREM-CTLR-2RDR PREM-CTLR-IP PREM-CTLR-POE PREM-BRD-2RDR PREM-BRD-1RDR PREM-BRD-IN PREM-BRD-OUT PREM-BRD-POE*

  15. PremiSys Controllers Similarities and differences between the PremiSys controllers: Two-Reader Controller PREM-CTLR2RDR IP Controller PREM-CTLRIP POE Controller PREM-CTLRPOE

  16. Controller Communication Host Server Communication Ethernet PremiSys Server PC Ethernet | CAT 5 Cable

  17. Controller Overview Host Server Communication PremiSys Server PC 232 4-wire RS-232 | 22 AWG | 50’ max

  18. Controller Overview Host Server Communication PremiSys Server PC 485 RS-232 2-wire RS-485 | 22 AWG | 4000’ max

  19. ControllerOverview Host Server Communication Redundancy 2-wire RS-485 | 22 AWG | 4000’ max

  20. ControllerOverview Host Server Communication Redundancy 2-wire RS-485 | 22 AWG | 4000’ max

  21. Controller Overview Controller Feature Matrix, PremiSys Hardware Manual

  22. Controller Overview Controller Feature Matrix, PremiSys Hardware Manual

  23. Controller Overview Controller Feature Matrix, PremiSys Hardware Manual

  24. Controller Overview Controller Feature Matrix, PremiSys Hardware Manual

  25. Programming Controllers “Addressable via Web Configuration Manager” Programming Mode Web-based Configuration Window Normal Operation Mode

  26. Controller Overview

  27. Controller Overview Wiring for power and verifying power and operation • Power supplies are sold separately (3 Amp or 10 Amp) • Observe polarity for all DC wiring • Locate power supply as close to the controller as possible • Use twisted pair, 18 AWG wire • LEDs indicate proper powering and response Controllers and I/O boards typically do not power auxiliary devices. Under certain circumstances, readers can be powered by the board. Under special circumstances, door strikes may be powered by POE equipment. Otherwise, use auxiliary power.

  28. Controller Overview General Practices for Grounding • Don’t connect shields on data cables to signal-ground pins • Use dedicated wires for signal grounds • Connect the grounding lug in the enclosure to an earth ground • Connect cable shield to the grounded lug in the enclosure, but only at one end, usually the controller

  29. PremiSys I/O Boards Two-Reader Board PREM-BRD2RDR One-Reader Board PREM-BRD1RDR Output Board PREM-BRDOUT Input Board PREM-BRDIN POE Reader Board PREM-BRDPOE 9000 Panel (4-reader or 2-reader panels) 9000 RIO Board (except non-ETL version)

  30. Add I/O Boards Hardwire back to controllers: 2-wire RS 485 for I/O communications Ethernet back to controllers: only the POE Reader Board does this Recommended/Default baud speed is 38,400 If you have 9000 hardware downstream, baud speed must be set for 9600

  31. POE reader boards communicate only with their controller, not the host PC Add I/O Boards POE reader boards

  32. I/O Communications PREM-CTLR-IP has two downstream I/O communication channels IP Controller IP • The IP controller has no onboard door control • A total of 64 I/O boards may be wired downstream (eight can be Series 9000) • Up to 32 boards on each of two downstream channels, addressed 0-31 • No more than 32 total reader boards total downstream for a total maximum of 64 readers. Other I/O boards would have to be the input-only or output-only boards

  33. Add I/O Boards • The number of reader ports may not exceed 64: IP or 2RDR Controller • The number of reader ports may not exceed 17: POE Controller “Onboard I/O” • Include the readers on the “Onboard I/O Board” (2RDR & POE Controllers)

  34. In the software…

  35. Two-Reader Board: 2 Reader Ports 6 Outputs 8 Inputs dedicated inputs for tamper and power For a 2RDR board, reader voltage is selectable: Choose either 12 VDC or pass-through voltage.

  36. One-Reader Board: 1 Reader Port 2 Outputs 2 Inputs jumper J3 for tamper monitoring Boards are recommended to be powered with 12 VDC. For a 1RDR board, If 12 VDC is too great for its reader, step-down power to reader or use auxiliary power supply for reader.

  37. Input Board: 0 Reader Ports 2 Outputs 16 Inputs dedicated inputs for tamper and power

  38. Output Board: 0 Reader Ports 16 Outputs 0 Inputs dedicated inputs for tamper and power

  39. POE-Reader Board: 2 Reader Ports* On-board RJ-45 2 Relays 4 Inputs *Supports one door only Communication to controller: Ethernet only, no hardwire option

  40. I/O Communications All downstream I/Os must have a unique hardware address (per downstream channel) 9000 control panels and RIO boards will need to be re-addressed 0 - 31 Be sure to enter matching address and baud rate in the software setup

  41. Inputs, by default, are processed in ascending numeric sequence Door Components • Two important reasons • For “Generate Door” • So RTE will shunt DPI

  42. Door Components Wiring Readers

  43. Door Components Wiring Inputs • use for door monitoring (contact & REX) or other input devices • Supports “1K normal, 2K active” and “2K normal, 1K active” or unsupervised (NO or NC) devices • requires one twisted pair per input • rated at 30 ohms (max)

  44. Door Components Input Wiring Configuration Options • Supervised Alarm Input: • 1K normal, 2K active • 2K normal, 1K active

  45. Fail-Safe Mag Lock Door Locks Use an IDenticard Suppressor Kit if the door lock does not have transient clamping. The kit should be located as close to the load as possible (within 12 inches). Fail-Secure Door Strike Suppressor Kit Make sure the lock equipment does not exceed relay contact ratings: 5A @ 28 VDC

  46. Review What’s wrong with this picture?

  47. PremiSys Optional Hardware & Accessories Eight-Channel MUX PREM-BRD8MUX Four-Amp Power Supply PREM-PS3A Ten-Amp Power Supply PREM-PS10 Ten-Amp Power Supply (for ETL-listed systems) PREM-PS10ALT Small Enclosure PREM-ENCSM Large Enclosure PREM-ENCLG Tamper Switch PREM-TAMPER Enclosure Lock & Key Set PREM-ENCLOCK Adapter Plate PREM-ADAPTER

  48. MUX Board Takes one communications input and creates eight two-wire RS-485 communication channels for star topology wiring schemes or home-run wiring.

  49. MUX Use for star configuration or home-run of I/O boards CTLR BRD 2-wire RS-485 BRD

  50. Each run cannot exceed 4000’, including the controller to MUX leg MUX Use for star configuration or home-run of I/O boards CTLR BRD BRD BRD BRD BRD