Hardware Manager

Hardware Manager

The Hardware Manager module manages all of the hardware in the system using software drivers.

Video Adding Drivers

Video Adding Controllers and Sub-Controllers

Video Controller Status / Address

Controller Status for Mercury and HID In Hardware Manager each tick mark on the Controller Status screen represents the device and the status of the device.  A green tick mark indicates the device is secured or inactive, a red tick mark indicates the device is unsecured or active.  If the…
Device Specific Logging Device Specific Logging is used to modify the default logging for a device.  This feature allows the global logging to be ignored for the specific point using only the logging options specified for the properties for the device. From Hardware Manager unlock the pad lock to allow…
Door Contact Properties Door contacts are used to determine the position of the door.  By default each reader module assigns at least one (1) door contact.  Depending on the type of sub-controller two (2) door contacts may be shown in the hardware tree.  The door contacts are generally address points…
From Hardware Manager unlock the pad lock to allow editing of the screen.  By default the Permissions option is hidden by profile.  To view these options go to Settings, Profile Editor and highlight Hardware Manager from the list on the left.  From the column on the right place a check…
Note:  Elevator Control is ONLY supported by the Mercury controllers. From Hardware Manager follow these steps: Add the Mercury Access Control Driver Add the Controller Add the Sub-Controllers From the Sub-Controller readers, select the reader that corresponds to the elevator reader Modify the following settings: Device: This option will remain…
Hardware Manager Associating Video on Event / Alarm •  From Hardware Manager Click on the pad lock to allow editing of the Hardware Module. •  Complete the installation and configuration of the video server.  For installation instructions see help section Video Integration. •  Click to the left of the Sub-Controller…
Hardware Manager Configuring the Camera Properties •  From Hardware Manager Click on the pad lock to allow editing of the Hardware Module. •  Click to the left of the Sub-Controller to expand the Sub-Controller tree. Select a camera from the tree. •  From the Camera’s Properties box, assign a camera…
Restore Selected Controllers to Last Known State when Driver Starts If this driver property is set to 'True', then all controllers that have the controller property 'Restore to Last Known State after Reset' set to 'True' will restore the last known state of the controller's reader modes, output relays, and…
The Occupancy Control module can be accessed from 1 of 2 areas in the IS2000 software: Access Menu Click on the Access Menu from the Navigation toolbar Select Occupancy Control from the dropdown menu Note:  Permission to the Occupancy Control module from the Access menu is determined based on the…
•  From Hardware Manager Click on the pad lock to allow editing of the Hardware Module. •  Highlight the Controller from the column on the left, right mouse-click and select Edit, Add New Sub-Controller.      o  Driver Controller Address – This field will automatically be populated with the address…
From Hardware Manager click on the pad lock to allow editing of the Hardware Module.  Highlight the driver from the column on the left, right mouse-click and select Edit, Add New Controller. Driver Address – This field will automatically be populated with the address of the Driver the Controller is…
•  From Hardware Manager click on the pad lock to allow editing of the Hardware Module. •  From the Column on the left right mouse-click and select Edit, Add Driver. •  Click to the left of DVR / NVR Video Driver to expand the DVR / NVR Video Driver selections.…
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