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

Adding an EPC-1 Controller (No RS-485 support) Controllers may be added to IS2000 using the Auto-Scan feature.  This feature searches the LAN (Local Area Network) and locates any controllers that match the driver type installed.  For example, if a Mercury SCP / EPC driver has been installed, the Auto-Scan process…
Adding an EPC-1 Controller (RS-485 Support) Controllers may be added to IS2000 using the Auto-Scan feature.  This feature searches the LAN (Local Area Network) and locates any controllers that match the driver type installed.  For example, if a Mercury SCP / EPC driver has been installed, the Auto-Scan process will…
Adding Controllers using Auto-Scan Controllers may be added to the Access Control Security software using the Auto-Scan feature.  This feature searches the LAN (Local Area Network) and locates any controllers that match the driver type installed.  For example, if a Mercury SCP / EPC driver or VertX driver has been…
Google Earth links allow the customer to link the Access Control Security Application to Google Earth. With the licensed version of Google Earth, the customer is able to host their own Google Earth server allowing for rendering of Google Earth maps to occur quickly.  3D floor plan images of buildings…
Access control drivers are a means of integration / communication from the host pc to the hardware.  The driver must be running in order to receive events from the hardware.  Multiple hardware drivers can be installed and configured within one (1) application allowing the Access Control Security Application to be…
1.  Click on the VertX driver in Hardware Manager. 2.  Click on the Card Formats tab, under Properties. 3.  Select the card format needed, click on the green arrow. (If the card format is not available make sure to have the appropriate .vff saved under the Data folder.) 4.  Click…
Adding Sub-Controllers using Auto-Setup A sub-controller can be numerous things and includes reader boards, inputs boards and output boards.  Sub-Controllers may be added to the Access Control Security software using the Auto-Scan feature. This feature is only available for sub-controllers on the RS-485 bus and only applies to the Mercury…
Anti-Passback   Anti-Passback prohibits a cardholder from entering an area and then "passing" his/her card back to someone else to present to the card reader to gain access. When an access granted event is generated, the Controller and all readers connected to the Controller are immediately aware of the cardholder’s…
Adding Card Formats (Mercury) A card format is a set of values used to configure a card reader to accept certain bit or data structures and facility codes. Up to eight (8) card formats can be added per SCP / EPC controller. From Hardware Manager unlock the pad lock to…
Controllers:A LED - Task (heart beat)        B LED - Comm to PC          C LED - Comm to SubsSub-Controllers:SCPs   A LED - Task (heart beat)       B LED -  Comm on Sub BusAPCs  1  LED - Task (heart beat)    …
Hardware Manager Cascade Settings to Child Node Each Hardware level located in the Hardware Tree can be configured with System Partitioning.  When configuration has been completed, the operator can choose to propagate the changes automatically to all sub-devices or only to the device in which the changes were made. If…
Hardware Manager Configuring VertX Reader Modes The VertX hardware platform including the Edge plus hardware devices are capable of the following pin functions: NOTE: When using a combination reader that makes use of both card and pin in a single reader and the card and pin feature will be used,…
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