AXIS A1001 Network Door Controller and the built-in web based software AXIS Entry Manager is developed to meet the requirements of small to mid-sized businesses such as offices, industries and retail stores, that typically have 10 doors and basic access control needs.
For installations requiring more advanced access control to enterprise systems, manage the AXIS A1001 controllers with the IMRON IS2000 solution. IS2000 offers true scalability and flexibility to address all access control needs.
The video demo system to the left is used to test 24 Network Door Controllers with 48 proximity readers generating card read transactions every second.
Further features of the AXIS A1001 Network Door Controller include:
- Support for Power over Ethernet, which eliminates the need for separate power cables to door accessories and other proprietary data cables
- Color coded connectors and the installation wizard enables fail-safe and effective installations
- Support for most existing reader protocols and reader types
- Configurable input/output ports and controllable high power outputs for external equipment such as door locks and positioning sensors
- UL 2043 listing for plenum-rated products that comply with fire performance response for smoke and heat release in air-handling spaces
- ONVIF Profile C conformance
Steps to initialize an A1001 panel within IS2000
Brand new controller:
- Bring up the A1001 Entry Manager in a web browser.
- Set the initial root password.
- Set the Date/Time and timezone. This is under Basic Setup -> Date & Time
- Set the network configuration. Preference is to NOT use DHCP. This is under System Options -> Network
- Set the port configuration and write down the HTTP and HTTPS port.
- Start the IS2000 application.
- Go to the Hardware Manager module, and unlock the module.
- Add the Axis driver. (if not already added)
- Add a Axis Controller. This can be done either manually or through auto setup.
- After adding the controller, click on the controller. Ensure that the IP address is correct as well as the TCP port. Enter in the password for the root user.
- If the Axis driver is already running then turn off polling for the controller and turn it back on. This will initiate a connection with the controller. If the Axis driver was NOT running, then start the Axis driver and make sure that the Poll property for the controller is set to 'True'.
- To configure the A1001 panel, do a hardware download to the panel in question. This will automatically set the configuration of the A1001 panel to a 2 door system with a door contact, a wiegand reader and a REX.
- At this time, real-time events, door control and device status should work correctly.
Open Circuit = Open Door means that the door monitor will signal that the door is open when the circuit is open.
Closed Circuit = Open Door means that the door monitor will signal that the door is open when the circuit is closed.
Locked = GND is for locks that remain locked during power outages (fail close/secure).
Locked = 12 V is for locks that unlock during power outages (fail open/safe).
Active Low is if activating the REX (Request for Exit) device closes the circuit.
Active High is if activating the REX device opens the circuit.
The number of seconds the door shall remain unlocked after access has been granted.
Open too Long Time
The number of seconds the door is allowed to stay open. If the door is still open when the Open too Long Time has been reached, the Door Held Open alarm is triggered.
A pre-alarm is a warning signal that is triggered before the Open too Long Time has been reached. Set the number of seconds before the Door Held Open alarm is triggered the system shall give the pre-alarm warning signal. If there is a reader with a beeper, the beeper will send the warning signal as a sound. To disable the pre-alarm, set the Pre-Alarm Time to 0.