Alarm message for VertX: A non-numeric Data in Pin Code for VertX This message is accurately stating the issue. The software doesn't allow you to type in non-numeric values, but you can fool it by doing a copy and paste using the right click menu options.
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.…
Video Integration Installation of the ONSSI Software Windows 7 and Vista NOTE:  Before the integration will correctly work within the Access Control Security Application, the full ONSSI SDK must be installed each machine in which the video will be displayed including any network client machines. Contact your Technical Support representative…
Video Integration Installation of the ONSSI Software Windows XP 32 Bit, SP3 NOTE:  Before the integration will correctly work within the Access Control Security Application, the full ONSSI SDK must be installed each machine in which the video will be displayed including any network client machines. •  Contact your Technical…
Adding Operators Operators are defined as a person who has been given permissions to view or edit modules within the application.  Operators differ from card holder, a card holder is someone who has been given access to portals within the building where as operators can make modifications to the Access…
Device Groups / Areas are used to configure hardware points such as readers, inputs and outputs to arm, disarm, unlock, or lock automatically during specified time schedules. Click on the Access menu and click on Device Groups / Areas. Unlock the pad lock to allow editing of the Device Groups…
From Access Levels create a Floor Group (you can name it Override Floors) that contains the floors (relays) that will follow a Time Schedule.  You'll note that when adding floors to a Floor Group, you must assign a Time Schedule to the floor.  This Time Schedule association will be the…
Description
Mercury
IMRON
Lenel
RS2
Open Options
Maxxess
*Controller- C for compact, 512KB on Board SCP-C SCP-C LNL-500 Mini-SCP SSP-C NA
*Controller- Gateway for Wireless Schlage Readers SCP-C SCP-C LNL-500W Mini-SCP SSP-C NA
*Controller- S for Standard, 3MB Memory board (Total 4MB) SCP-S SCP-S LNL-1000 SCP SSP NA
*Controller- E for Expand up to 8MB (1MB on Board) SCP-E SCP-E LNL-2000 SCP-E SSP-E NA
Controller- Single door (6MB on Board) EP-1501 EPC-1 LNL-2210 EP-1501 NA eMax-EP1501
Controller- 2 on-board reader ports (6MB on Board) EP-1502 SCP-2 LNL-2220 EP-1502 SSP-D2 eMax-EP1502
Controller- M for Mega, (15MB on Board) EP-2500 SCP-M LNL-3300 EP-2500 SSP-EP eMax-EP2500
Sub-controller- Dual reader support MR-52 MR-52 LNL-1320 MR-52 RSC-2 eMax-MR-52
Sub-controller- Single reader support MR-50 MR-50 LNL-1300 MR-50 RSC-1 eMax-MR-50
Sub-controller- 16 Inputs MR-16IN SI-16 LNL-1100 MR-16IN ISC-16 eMax-MR16IN
Sub-controller- 16 Outputs MR-16OUT SO-16 LNL-1200 MR-16OUT OSC-16 eMax-MR16OUT
Multiplexer- Provides 8 RS-485 comm buses MUX-8 MUX-8 LNL-8000 MUX-8 MUX-8 NA
Multiplexer- Provides 4 RS-485 comm buses MUX-4 MUX-4 LNL-4000 MUX-4 MUX-4 NA
  * These items are no longer available from Mercury as of Jan 2009.  
NOTE:  By default all profiles are allowed to see and control all hardware points until System Partitioning has been applied to the operator profile allowing / disallowing access. From Hardware Manager, click on the pad lock to allow editing of the screen. From the Access Control Driver, click on the…